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: June 2, 1944
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: VID00649
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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I f.;; To Double Farm Market 209 LOCKERS TO BE RENTEDIN




; . Floor Space for Season ,ADVANCE AS EVIDENCETO


OBTAIN NTB PRIORITIES

Floor! space at the florid City PARKER SELLS South Dade Men Named ., \I
\, 'State Farmer Market will be To Directorate of FVC

\. doubled, this summed, with work ALPINE DAIRY Local men named to the directorate The 'South pad* Quick .greeting \

to begin a* soon *f the necessary of the Florida Vegetable mm,4 VERDICTCONFIRMED plant with 141 six and a half'
.. lumber be It Committee at the first anniversary
; can obtained. was cubic. foot sanitary steel lockers
t' ,announced Wednesday. by Com TO2MIAMIANSSate meeting held Wednesday in Orlando BY .
for rental to the public for freeing *.
.a. :missioner Of Agriculture ,Nathan were: Luther U Chandler -
Mayo and Director of State. Markets director of the miscellaneous and storage trf"ro8d..1a being
Alpine Grove painto
o Wm..Lt Wllsori at the meettor of the' vegetable, committee; Dixon GRAND JURY: orgvntfeed. ''as a 'private business
C
C and r.
Walter Tltuley
altrnatydlnetor of the
of the Florida Vegetable Pierce
venture by Ceo, N. Wakeflrld,
-Committee la Orlando.It Murphyof Miami ha been announced tomato division and X. ,W. Una
,
Testimony at witnesses before teacher bf agriculture at Homestead *
la planned also to wall In'the by 0. B. Parker who established past chairman who was placed
the Dad County Grand Jury on
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north' side (and possibly the aoytl, the dairy here 20 yean on the board by tit creation of a High School
absolved Frank
May M Constable
.aid) of, the market. to 'make I it farmer. dairyman special .directorship for the pure To obtain priorities from' the i
agog N. Irwin of all blame In the fatal
more comfortable cold wtban 4 .- .ie.assocfated wlth.Qie engineering pose of utilizing the experienceand wounding Mar. 19 of Arvld Roberta War ,Production Board for the!
'. department ,of: Dad .knowledge of former. chairmen who had ran amuck In FlorIda plant which win be located :wIth- t
:
The decision to double the mar on the directorate.At
let floor capacity Wet mad "ecy"1bl :. bounty a later data the director City Irwla was not. placed in the city limit,. M'pw cent or t
Included ill the traoaactlqn wen on the aUnd 202.of thelocker be t
,***ery\ increased -volume eI will elect their chairman must re.
US, ae.of real estate besides Testimony1was given by :Roy .
served and. paid top.In sAyaae.
busbisrt. Xa t tb
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";" .profitable local msrtwtrwa thl.erdy'Iatemarket year: the paid .of 980 milch cows and Chandler, manager of the Florida al evidence of public demand for
the Power and Light Co.. and Mr.
plocIel'11.dat1.equ1pm! the aervlce, says Mr. Wakeflekk
( m ,Florida',that retnme MACHINERY
his Chandler, Mr. Raymond Wilson
.a profit from its operations. according Mr Parker reserved red- Reservations are being acceptedat
to a report filed by Market dene on N, Krome ave. wherebe Miss Tinkle Shelley and Emmett telephone T5-J or SM-w for
Manager C S. Phillips Th. and Mr*. Parker win continue REPAIR COURSE Douberiy the 174 upper lockers at |IS a r
The action of the grand
market will end Its fiscal year on to make their home. Jury year and tor the 174 lower draw
confirmed the verdict of '
Justiflable -
June 30 with a net profit 01 HERE i eMype locker: at III a year
I about 14000 he says., : Local Baptists t 'Take TO BEGIN oner1 homicide jury convened brought Mar.by the 17) tor by* .Each locker ha i ISO-pound capacity
Mr. Wakefleld .
The local advisory committee off says.A
Part in Stetson Drive team Justice Sid L. Kendrick
the Florid City market, which : A ten-week;; course in the repair Roberts died.Mar 2S In James complete modem plant win
serve the area south of South 'rlomeatead. Baptists win be given of farm machinery will begin Archer Smith hospital of three be installed with facllltle for
\ Miami, I*.Wnti Mnsselwhlte president 'an opportunity to subscribe to [ at 7:M o'clock Monday evening wound received In the fun battle slaughtering, cutting up and
?) : County Agent Cha H. the 11.000000 development program : in the Homestead school shop processing cow, hogs and chlik.
( SteftanU secretary and Preston fund for John B. StatIOn with Carl Drawdy a* Instructor ana, and for completely preparing .
B Bird. A. H. Hinman, t. R. Turner (Continued M Page Four) "
University; for which the statewide announces Chas O ,
MRS. MARTIN
Becker, J. F Rohrer, M. t. Sever,, campaign starts June It, chairman of the Dade County U. ,
T.. Paul Haley 11I4* D. ,Bedd announces the Rev. L B. Crant- Board of Public Instruction. The Goulds Putor'SponllOl'I
director ford. pastor of the'Fart, Baptist course which I* entirely free,will PIONEER OF 1900. Activities for YouthA
Church et Homeetead. I be given under the supervision recreational and chancier
Mr. and Mn. Crantford repre-' of Ceo N. Wakefleld, teacher of BY sliding program I* being planned
DEATH
't.'r' 'rttr3BYJEKLmSqt aented th*. local church Tuesday, agriculture TAKEN for; the children and young people -
at.a Miami meeting tailed by Dr. This. I* aa opportunity forgrowers of Oouldt by John L. Me-
U 1EAJtNEW'1 e. Roy,Angel!, chairman of the to bring hi for free greaeng Un.' Ulrk. Xleaaor Martin Collum,' supply pastor of the
Miami-Palm Beach XXatrict, to and repair an their farm who semi her,(ram, Hampalead Boulda Baptist Church.' Mr. Me-
map;out plan for the campaign. .,.'! Mr. WtkeJield says, N..T. 44 years. ago to homestead Collum U aaalated by John C.
r fASffcSUNDAY Each Baptist, church member The shop equipped for electric 1110 acre oa Redland rd and Slmms, Jr. tan of Dr. J C.
will be asked to contribute to tile and,acetylene,welding and ha ameUl lummer dr., died May 21 In imraa of Coconut Grove Baptist
university fund, which will provide lathe and other faculties.Oaae James Archer Smith Hospital af. Church who 1* mual director' of
Th. R v. Bruce A. Cummlng for a $950,000_budding,{ pro- will be held on Monk I tara protracted Illness Funeral the Qould* church.A .
who come from Barlow, will pam and a. $640,000 endowment day., Wednesday and FridayIghlav I i MTvlces were conducted by the Boy Scout troop for boys boweeo -
preach, his first sermon' Sunday program.. Rer. Ceo. X. Deviel at 4 e clock t the age et II and IT IIbeIDa
morning" a* the new_ minister of Sunday afternoon at Turner.., Funeral orgajiiaoVand I Is awaiting
the Homestead Presbyterian Home and the body was charter, and a loyal Ambaaaa-
Church. Seven Seniors Are PrcscntceLAwartifl taken to Miami for cremation dol' group has been formed among
Mr. Cummlng who baa been I Mrs. Martin leave a son. Thoe. boys of the church who are between *
pastor of the First Presbyterian 'For ExcelKftf in R,;.II. Activities I C] Poet who made his born with nine and 19 year old. r
Church at Bartow for the past her two brothers, Ceo. W.:Koicl Mr. McCollum. to working for dan
: tl three years, wa a missionary Award for outstanding per.fonrunc girl and boy for scholarship, contribution of Redland and I'rt4Y.. 10Itl A.B. degree at the University
1' Mokpo,-Korea, from 1M7 to .: to 'various activities. ,.to school! welfare per- : of Hampstead; and two sisters of Miami and plan to attend the
: t, and taught In the Mid-Pacific were presented by Principal Carl,aoaality: (which includes appearance kin. Margaret O. Owyder fit Baptist Ideological ,Seminary la
|;.>\} Institute In Honolulu from llll Wagner Redbuvl High School friendUneas pots and goad ampstead and II.... Maria. X.Hull /Mlsvttkt, X,. He to a gradual
ltd. IM: wuirs at :QowinenceHiont xeri taste) general attitude and stir I of Stark, Fla. j jMn. of> Hlllsborough High School In
I .. Mr. Cumlmng obtained an A.B. elMs Wednesday night a* follows 1 denUhlp. Martin cam to BsaSlsnil. Tamp and )s'a native el Con-
(Continued on Pap Four) James Edward Jackson.-ath.Ktlc Susan Pope-outstanding student (Continued oa Fan Seven), > "ray Ark.
medal, for ajoaiHIe of leadenhlp : for conspicuous, application
.. Annual Inspection Made excellence of performance to daily study with reasonable
'!: Of Subtropical Station and general attitude and ,.umber' achievement. Homestead Seniors Awarded Medals. ,
of major sports engaged In. Catherine Ceutier echolanhlp; ,1
1; Annual Inspection of the Subtropical Rosemary Hennington-activies general average in senior high Tuesday at Commencement Exercises *
"' Experiment: Station wa medal; baaed on the numberof school and general average of percentile
f'" conducted Wednesday by Z. C. extra-curricular activities engaged on' college. "r placement At Homestead High :School Rheney achievement land activl.,'
J..' tttng of the Office of Experiment In, service to the school, test graduation exwtiae Today tie 'medal and band medal forMrtW
Nations In Washington Q. c. leadership and general attitude.Webster Vivian Johnsoncitizenship; 'valedictorian II top sergeant in the er4
Clarice Dodson

'. Mr. nting was accompanied by WiUiam. .... student accomplishments '!within school, night. gaoatvtloo::Tom HarrU,-Jr,i tit;>,,
.Dr. L, O. ante, assistant director council medal,.for number of officer general attitude, contributions was awarded the scholarship niiahla medal Ann. Shackle- iy
of the GamesvOle station and Orat. held Interest and efficiency t whisk haws reed, school better medal and a MO bad for bed' ghee, club medal;I Jack
U l'i .oA. Sargett, director+ of fee federal to pirforatHW studentgolfs. eowsass Sfinrtyi. .d,..ia4h> race;'for good having t1Ma Test aalnliatlp ...- Vane band medal ,for, roitving.
ISwarhneiit station at Maya.gnat. .. .,. .......* at meetmg*. :.....,......... .. erege-dsa5eg" high,r eeb oij' She it band captate. '
Puerto like ength of wrvlc' constructive! I I. Serb award .wa* mad on theBcoBOTfidattoB was presented also with a nwast At a pedal aaarmMy Majr M. '
!' ,' .,TIe gfu together ..*b nrt -., leadership 'and eonatructHe. outer *( a* individual medal",fer?.!*". .Aireamd band Jeiw Pope wa a medal
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Paste' Two HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE June


. visit his brother, Bill, who Is an .
aviation radio man at the naval! HONOR Win: BLANK t
air station. +

In and Around : Mn a F King has been ill forseveral 9, ,7. NORMAN, f ,ICIun.
days Honor Roll Committse t
RFD Homestead, Fla. \ I
I I 1 Mr. and, Mrs '.. A. Smith of
Homestead Jacksonville and mail sons. Ray The following nun (or names) should be Included]
II and Wayne, returned home Saturday the listing of service men and women from the Red
after a one-week visit here District when the honor roll It erected to honor our i
I I!I with Mr. and Mn O. N Pierce member*. 4 f
Miss Alma Pierce accompanied
"Mra. J. B. T. McDroy returned week visit here with relatives

Wednesday she had visited: from for Miami a week where with I' and Mr.friends.and Mrs. A. F Arthur anI i I i I i them Mrs.for Estes a visit Mann in Jacksonville.of Memphis : ;;::= = I

of Jasper
Mrt. Edna Boon*. I, spending two months In Fort and, Mrs.Ala.Hugh sisters Behannon of Mrs. Mary : ::
M { Lau erclal.. Their _-la-law.
TI\* Rev L. B. Crantford, par Jane Hobart spent several days
tor of the riM Baptlat Church of and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Edward -4 here this week. Mn. Hobart is Submitted by-- .-.-......".. t
Homestead, returned Friday from{ Pacettl are "expected to
: accompanying Mr*. Mann to ._.__._ ,..
Chattanooga where he visited Maon Join them then- Wednesday on a Memphis for a visit Address u .. I
Carey: after attending the}t five-day lave from New York .
Southern Baptlat Convention In I i City where ..r.. Pacettt U itsI I Mrs. J. T Tomerlln left Monday -- t
tinned with tilt Coast Guard. to visit relatives in Randle-
Atlanta. Upon the completion of, :
the semester at the University: of I! Mrr'. Jessie man, N C. Before returning Mr. and Mix .Alton Hood.art'lavlne ,Mrs. L, E. Fonyta y
McCourtney left
: her Pfo.' ,visit in Com.. friend -Miami .la
Chattanooga; Carey Crantford horn She win visit son, ) today toe a ; *
Friday for Spokane Wash to
win arrive Tuesday to spend the,i[make her home with her sun, and Edward Tomerlin,. who I* -i Stationed -I' merce. Ga. Mr.and Mn. Charles A t

summer her*. Mn L.,B. Crant-|'daughter-in-law Pvt and Mrs. in Savannah. Mr*. Charlotte'Cotf rand daughter came up from Key, Wert
ford Jr and son Bobby,. who f N. T McCourtney: who bad been 'Mr. and Mn.'Geo.'B rues and Philipps, 'retUrned Saturday week et'their horn*her*;'
have been making an extended .visiting her.her* 'children. Sylvia, ,Ronnie and, from fort PIerce where they,bed
s visit here, will leave June 10. for'( Wayne left Monday: ,for Crystal.SpringsiTum1here -:been' visiting. the put. eight
Chattanooga to spend the summer Mrs..BernardHProplae' the I ; M .rBfneiJwUl 'week, JAMCS:.AXCHER'
with .relative Pvt L. B. former Mlle.Virginia Stewart, deal-In, 'produce..+Later In' Dr.,(l. a Bnwster.' will, 'lMv< 'BOftMTAL iCIWS "jj
Cranttord la taking hit basic will leave 'today for West Palm the summer, they.Mill go to ! July I for vacation, Ot three
training now It Fort Leonard Beach-to Join S-Sgt Proslse-who 'dcraOnvllle, '
'Wood Mo. Is:stationed ,at -Morrison Field. :j' D'j months Jn lh Catskill Mountains. Mr.. and Mn. Deneiton ,
Mrs. Clarence ] ?
Mr. and
t't'InnsNell' Jr
Mr. and.Mr*. Jam..SOttiJe. of Homestead are parents
Mn.. Mack Steven of Coral I Roman and Rebeccf will leave by plan on June !.are the parents of 6' daughter, five-pound f ur-OllJlje' j I
Cable and Min Winnie Dulan'of Brown will leave June II for a: Pekln, tod. where they 'will Jane Mary, born? ten days : ago born May'"JL
Miami were Sunday: visitors two-week stay: .at Camp ,St. Mary: spend the summer. | In Jackson Memorial. Hospital, at | A daughter weighingpounds' *>j
at the home of Mr. and Mrs Curtis I In Avon Park. Mrs. Mary a Nettles, Redland Miami. 13 ounces vas burs J fJl i

E.Lee of Goulds. Mrs. 0. Sewell palmer, Mrs. High School librarian will .Visit ...-. to. Mr. and, Mrs. Robert. .
Miss Patty Brown and Miss'" If. U Brown,' Mn. Ceo. ,Ranson. this summer in Oklahoma before art* Islamorada ;";
Margaret Barnes will leave June Mrs. K. S. Caplinger, Mrs.' Dan' going to school 'at Columbia University FLORIDA :CITY 1 Surgical patients this \
10 for Covlngton, Ky. Williams and Mr*. J. A. McNeill' By Warren Serer were: Mrs: Geo & Schu
Hubert Smith will leave won on Monday attended the subdii-|, Carl Wagner, principal of'Red- Marathon, Mn. Gladys
for a brief vialt In Winston Salem trlct ,meeting ,of the Woman's land School, and children Kath-, Miss Charlotte Geronimo left 'Goulds and Mn. Roberta of \
S. C. Society of Christian Service at teen Bruce and Marilyn: win Tuesday to visit friends and relatlvet 'I morado
H. A. ,Aman. Jr.. has returned the Whit Tempi in Miami \ leave June 11 to visit.relatives In New York. New Ramp- Medical patients were! ,
from the University of Florida Henry Kufeldt left Tuesday: for Borden and Crandall, Ind. Int'J thin and'Connecticut Mary L. Smyth and Art 1 Itei
.; to spend a ten-day: vacation with Anderson, Ind. where he will I I Capt. and Mr*. John Mrs. P. A. Bowman of $hteev.- of Homestead and' Chas, Ne
I alt parents at their home In Na- visit his chlldrea. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell are parents of an tight' port, and her daughter, Rhoda Miami.Of .
ranja before enrolling for the Ceo. Kufeldt and Walter Kufeldt1He and-one-half-pound son, John Jean arrived Saturday: for a via
summer session will visit relatives In Wm., Jr. born May 30 at St. it with Mrt. E. J. Rhode the 400,000 newly no
Mr also. Chicago I Francis Hospital Mrs. Mitchell iti lied United States citizens I 041 .:
W. C Campbell of Lament Mrs. W. H Sheffield left this
It, a house guest of her aon-ln- Miss Nina Pearl Bush of Miami the former Mist Margaret I to Mr, Sheffield InCharleston in In the armed farce and i
law and daughter Mr. and Mn. spent the week-end at her homes Ames. Capt. Mitchell at present week Join'S. C. proximately 114,000 cams
A. D. Fogte, Jr here U stationed at Homestead enemy: or former enemy nattd
Air Field.Min Army| Mr Roy Chandler and Mn 75,000 Italians; 37,000 ,er
Mia Barbara Fester of Springfleld.Masa. Among these students who have
Methodist
attended a and Romanians Hu
Clyde Nelll 3,000 ,
arrived Sunday fora returned home from the Florida I I Clarice Dodson will take convention Miami McpdayrMrs. ; ant and Bulgarians s
visit with her mother Mrs State College for Women In Tallahassee a.business 'course this summer at
Theodoala Foster of 111 N.W. an: Miss Carol Lee, Miss th Stanley Business College ,ofl .. Wm. ,E Myers hat been
First at. Mist Foster Is on vacation Mabel Ruth Pope, Mil Prances, Homestead t 1U.. this week. .
from her work u an artists' Rutland, Miss Hide JDodson 'and W. P Parker of Savannah I* a Mrs. W. .J/As;:. Robinson will ROLLER SKATE:
i model Mrt. Foster It manager Mia Dorothy Mo n. Mill Moon house:guest of his 'brother-in- leave '.this week; for Cleveland IN COMFORT
of the Homestead office of Western will return to Tallahaaae within law and.alater, Mr ,and Mrs. W. when she .will jsIt. bet 'mother, 1
Union. the next two weeks. to attend E.\Rbeney Mr MPaliner..Mrs ,
..
Errs P.
Mr. and Mn, J R. Pope ,have summer school,; Mr.A Mrs. Miguel Jnsuahav .. ,' 3f !'Arnol and :daughter, ...a.-.r.a.-rue...... to ....... ...-
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returned from New York City: George Dickinson, son of Mr X*light the Jack Branch Juanita,.of hobs Sound are expected roVeaetian:
where they Wiled their"aon, En. and Mrs. S. L. Dickinson will house on N.W. I'irat'lve. between :this week-end for I brief
sign Allen Pope?who It stationedat leave Saturday for Ozark, Ala; Ninth and 'Tenth its,And ,.re' re visit .wHMr.;'"and Mn, Fritz
the Brooklyn Navy :Yard. where he will visit Albert Human modeling for early: occupancy. Schroeder and (family: ,

Mr. and. Mrs Earl Byrd and ; Jr who Is making bit horn ,Mr and.Mrs. Laban ,K,.Bishop Li and Mrs' ,:jj..Me Wayne and Skating' Rink
children, Trances Peggy and Billy there with an und and aunt, Mr. left Wednesday to visit their son, family left Tuesday for Mew r\
haft gone to Oxford Fla. and lira. S. B. Carter George Clinton who I* stationed la, St York City where- Lt. McWayne ii Ala pl'DI1IOI'n :t
when Mn Byrd U dealing in will atop over Jacksonville. . to Augustine with the coast .guard now stationed
produce. They will go to points
in Georgia and !South Carolina
before returning to. Homestead.In
the fan.

Miss Jeanelt valets hat returned -
to spend the summer herewith !
her step-father,and mother, RED D'BRANDFER'TJERS'
Mr and Mrs. Roy "Darby. ,after

teaching this ,year .at Everglades ,
City: . ,r ,I

Representing the Sunday school ,
.of the First Baptist Church of . . .. .
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Homestead at the annual assembly .. '
: at Detand are; Mrs.. Ice, B.
Crantford, Mrs. Douglas DuBos ,
Misses Betty: ,and, Ruth Bynim, ., .Consult us about your, fertilizer requirements -
Misses Jan and Nellie Moon, : .
Ruth and 'Ludll H 4rngsworta.
Misses < ; .
Mist Ruth Rutland for the' coming year. '
Miss Barbara Jean Smith, John .t
Pope i and. Homer Bynim. Th
, party expect to return next Fit Due to government regulation ;and shorts; _
day' Mlate France and Peggy ,,

'F.-.\>, the Byrd'MrsWm assembly.hav*',gone,.8, troa Hathaway Oxford. and.10 . v*';\ ages of several materials \\:: 'wiltn t be :able,lo:t' ; ; ;" .,. .


Daytona daughter,, Linda Bach, have after returned a ,three-to : ': fc':' ;. make ALL of, ear regular 1 mixtures. But> we will"! *-: . .. I,


'''' .A : ':*"r .* de' our beet to supply-as near as possible ;what';. ,'

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June ? HOMESTEAD LEADER AND Thrw li I
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No Faculty Changes Shown, in lists f Kendrick Tries Negroes Miami Funeral Services I Lee Wilson Mobley, W. 0. Tel
II For bot and J. D. Wysong. Mrs. Lee
Pilfering StationTwo Held for Newton Wever
Announced for District's Schools 'Mrs Wwnav.: ft Nobler r{
I negro suspect were scheduled Newton M. Waver M, RedlandDistrict 'and Mrs. Talbot also attended
J I to be tried Jut night before pioneer, died May S3 at the funeral
No changes art listed In the I J O. Wynn and Mrs. Ivan Mo-
I PoOl Justice Sd! L Kendrick for:
the Dada County Home and was
4 rotten of teacher tor Homestead I ser sixth! grader Mrs. W. R. Bird,> of'I I
the afternoon
fifth robbery Sunday j burled at Woodlawn Park Cemetery Hindman to IJe Summer
Mrs. Harry Cooper fourth I II i I
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and Redland schools which have I : more than eighty dollar from LeoBemecker's Rev. J.
on May 29. The. C. U
Miss tula Ray, third; Mrs. H a Instructor at Miami
been: receihmended by the respective I Thurman, second; Mrs. Virginia I filling station and Slnuna, pastor of the Coconut
board of trustees and approved Edwards and Mia Mary Jackson grocery store on N. Krome ave Grove Baptist Church officiated Baker M. Hindman principalOf
by the Dad County tint, I and Silver Palm dr. Mr. Wever. who formerly made Homestead schools, will serve)
Board of Public Instruction. I t l Florida City Mrs. Carleton Sin- Testifying against Howard pln- hU home with his family at Silver this summer as an expert la
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v' The following M' a Urt of the fleton. der, 17 and James Williams 20, Palm dr. and Talbot rd. Is tests and measurements on the ,
Homestead High School faculty ai As released by Principal Carl was a negro'named Armstrong a survived by I daughter, Mrs.Ernest staff of the guidance workshop
released by Principal B. M. Hind Wagner the Redland High School customer of the Beraecker store, Songer of Coconut drove, which U sponsored at the University -
man; faculty list Includes who told Constable Frank N. Irwin several grandchildren and four "of Miami by the Klwsnla
E. B. Blackburn, speech R J M. A. Baker vocational agriculture that b* saw the suspect leave brothers R. H. and Longland of Club.
Hester, Jr. science; Oo, N.;Wake ; Miss Margaret Better, the filling station between a and Savannah, Ga. Frank of Greer Mr. Hindman also will teach '
field agriculture; Paul I. Wore I physical education; Miss Mary 4 o'clock on the afternoon of the S. c., and Ellison of Miami university course In interpretation -
+ ) ,, coach and bon phytlcU education Anne Brown. modal studies: Mrs. robbery. Among the pallbearer, were of educational research and tn
l Access Into the building four from this district. Curtis X. technique of graduate study
; Mrs. C H. CalUher. library Alice Edwards: English; Miss I was .'
and study hall: 'Mrs. Wnx Mary Engel, secretary; Clarence gained by cutting a screen at the --
1 C. Payne Junior high school Gray science;; Mrs. Rebecca'(I..r. Mr. Irwin said, and the r
mathematics and social studies; Gray, English; Mrs. Mildred cash register was taken outside
Mrs Green .Rive mathematics, Hindman, home economics; L. F! and forced, open. Scattered coin
q :Mrs; Bernard\ H. Proalse .English Jackson,'phyala j, education;'Mr*. wed found lying on 'the, ground ROLLER SKATE
and'Spanish- Mrs. Ruth Scott, Dorothea Merrlam." EngUahf beside the plliQred'tM
eommtrtlsl subject; Mill Allle Mary D. Nettl,'iltbrsry;
Ferguson, home economics; 'Atlas Ooley mathematics, ; R. t. J41'I.j CUD OF THANES. FOR FUN AND' HEALTH \,
Miriam Hawk social! studies; Miss Industrial arts; Eleanor We desire to express our heart- I
Marie Rensley." girls' physical ed- commercial subUjcts! felt thanks,to the many friend \

? ucatioa;, Miss .Leonora Stewart Miss Redland Ruth Mummy.elementary! sixth school grade;1]!(pr.their kindness and sympathy' Beginners'10-11 A. M.......?..........._...............FREE r ,
music instructor M..1. F. Jackson ; la the loss of our loved one.

! .decided, registrar Mia Stewart has Mrs Lilian Bolkv fourth:fifth Mr; Mrs.. Margaret T,,I Mrs. Dorothy Knight\ Afternoon, 3:3Q to 5.......................__......._..,.,......3&:'.* 1
Otto *
, not to return here. next. ; Mary : ,and family,
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.. ..year.Neva. Furry ,third; Mrs: Ruth' Russell, 1rtKnllht.. Night 7:30 to 9..................:.............._............._;..45c f
Mrs.Than FloVa first
King Cooper School: second; Mrs Vihlen I Mrs. Merle Meals, ,

I Mrs; Ruby Taylor; Night, 9 to 10:30....._................_.....,......_.._..35e e'
Rotarians ,j Mrs. Susie Blunton.
Hear City Librarian Talk ,""-- .
rl ----- (Rental of Skates Included) t;

:( ; On Books Relating.to War With JapsBrief lection Into the of Lily book Lawrence now expanded Bow li- i

\ ,! She outlined to Join the Crowd
growth the
brary. at
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sketches of half I, dozen velopment of rubber Is such al .
the present modern city library,
violent one, that at one time III
books "worth reading for Information
j\ housed In a well-designed native
or amusement" were given was an axiom that every pound,I I rock building which In 1942 HOMESTEAD SKATING RINKN.
of rubber coat the life of a man!
, by Mrs. Fred Sub r, librarian of Mrs. Suber said. {loaned more than 18,000 books to
the Lily Lawrence Bow municipal "A Tree Growl In Brooklyn" by,I people of the area, and stressed nailer Are. Oweaite VBO r.M
Betty Smith was Included In the'i I the Importance of the part played
library, before the Homestead ,'by In life.
the library community
Rotary Club Wednesday. All six list[ of worthwhile books because
of the books are available at the It depicts actual living "In all Its IREAD THE WANT.ADSI
library at NW. First ave and pathos p and terror and comedy and _
Second at. the said. i, courage" according to Mrs Suber. I \
For war background, aha chose I
Behind the Face of Japan" by Mrs. Suber traced the early beginnings

Upton ,Close, la which the author I of Homestead and the} ' ,i "/,;',. :
fives a ful .4emgth, portrait history ,of the Woman' Club of 1 '
what: ,lies behind the "so sorry* Homestead..which began the.. colWHO I '., .

f attitude of Nipponi! Tokyo Ree- j .: , .
ord",by Otto P. Tollschus' grimly .t. t tf
realistic report 'on. the author's) 1- I' :
# bitter, six months In Japanese war f v :: ;.; ', :: .' .
prisons; and "The Valor'of Ignor > ,
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,4 ance" In which Hqmer Lea ,SO 1 ,
years ago'predicted and outlined IS THISINVISIBLE I .." J
:; the plant used by Japan' the. .r f

attack on America. '
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Robe"
Lloyd Douglas'-The the
"beat religious novel since 'Ben I I
Hur'," ;was placed high In the ;
list of books by Mrs. Suber Thir
ty yean of research and ten yean ,
of writing went Into this story of i 4)) .
the division of Christ's robe and
the result Itled to, aha said. -la"
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"The Fountainhead" by Aye .... s..
Rand was described by Mrs. :Su- .' ..
ber as a problem novel of "good a,.
'
characterization/ plenty of action I'" .
food for thought and' tremendous
1ICOpe" The book U woven around
I the provocative Idea that' I man'
ego li the fountainhead of progress I
Sometime \\ seems there's not enough
she brought out.
Rubber and Its turbulent history good stuff around to fill a tin cupandthem

which began 200 year ago 'fOII on priority I But we'll continue to earn
In Brazil Is the theme of "The L '
Weeping Wood" by Vicki Baum tOt\'U\ SOO i I mr living and keep our reputation by

which is included on Mrs. Sa grinding out the tame old popular tune
j
:ber's listThe story of the de
X 1 quality, a* represented by the brand you

I haft come to know by heart ie the best t ,

err seance Try ifs When You NeedA I buy for your money. Even if you have to {

ki. wait t while for what you want, don't
Come Haircut or
monkey around with *|/ust-es-goods.1' i iI

Share i this store IIf
I Typical I.ol the solid quality

GUlrcat._ .If f famous for areAresof.Batlmoro '

have ,..:_____ lie .
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: MtanveeShampe (Plala)_ I" .

I (Medicated)....,., 754I !

Stags! ,, ,.,, 'Straeta1
tee

. ALL SO CCDDENLT racial Peek -, , ISOeeaMaatlM .
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[: "(i''Families. appreciate the helpfulC Facial-, ire .
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".i\. unexpected"., grief. .ConNtsriMd -
though we are with 's eere- ,. ,10I
I/J .samy besuty.-IaistUty; we .keep BUSH.' I JBrooker ..
.....'...aHngly-tn;mindalways.'Taiiier ; Lumber Company, i:, .

/ t ; : Barber Shop, t' ,Henry Brooke?,Jr.. 'Pres- .} .., ,>r :,
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LEADER 'AND ENTERPRISE "
... _". , .HOMESTEAD_. : _
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M mutIUllmmmmnUnrmnl1JW1nW- Rcddy Kilowatt Presented to Public ''

MttESTEADlEAKR Your Dates With 'I

AND crrtspaat By Florida Power and Light Company I,
20 Years
ross" in Isis Uncle Sam Ago; A new "personality' make* hip .walK sockets, Into *kith you plus '

........ .. ........ j bow to,p\"j public"in the pares"if ywir indispensable electric appliances.

e..wbd :;..,. N 11-- "--. MtATS. rAlS-Red IBpointitamp ; IIiliiIilii wtuUinhtlfl lllalulillwu7f. 1 this paperHe ,|s Reddy Kilowatt : Reddy's' body, arms and

or up Meta .... r.au.bss 0-_, AS through Tt good Indefinitely ....... M..f' aft". j and she to the most'recent leas are electric flashes, and he
i I rubber and shoes a'tI -
t r 'of. he Sunshine Service weat'f glove '
I member
US V$ and Wl become =; : !
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0" Ono UK MM tt ,organization, your Florida Power > I reminder of the security aM
ant atrclttnY valid' I
June 4.
twrswa .M 564Was4'lart : ;-r4. teas. <. = 0.s..av..:sass, ijjght.Company.: : service which controlled electrlehy .
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GcJoDS .
PROCESSED -Blue 10- ./?k w ea-e.r sea.r..k bring for Job. '
you my
i.L\CW AacaraJaaset I j You Wlli,. great deal of ;
: .... M r. is. loss, asp a.
AI through- good,1 'I
e ..... point tamp this genial. humorous fellow, and He was Named "Kilowatt.1-
indefinitely j "W. D.'Rome was elected"pres taken cause ItI the moet mad word In'electrical
will
itr mULL DTCKDISXM in a short time) he have
)fees W seebw *UOAM--SIMHM M and 21 Int ideal of the Homestead ..CitrusOrowtfiAsvoVUttipn. !I iir".Wrts aloof language and "RedQfbeeauI.
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Book Four gaud Indefinitely for 8 , 'V E. A:!'.hit.plsca, JJ other: favorite. char. electric service, which h<

vasoirnoM UTD pounds. Stamp 10 good tot I Froacber" w''S' eIftid\lase-prs.j': wth actors: y Used'to'represent ur. : ; prod-' ymboUtesr.if known to be'kliyavailable. ,

Is MtiUM i I : "* Me: 8W4 fit pounds of canning sugar' thl'OllPrab. dent, .
service
: or'
uct,
....... W D.5. =;"i _. '1M, IS Of next year "tiled. CHsrtel Henderson- was'I will recognize ,. He to a' bfilflanf and Wilnlnjp 'li
*>_ sties t ". si**. Spare stamp31 '._ for 10 I elected president 'of the South' Her.how, :'you, has r onaHty. .bubbling with, am* .
auc.rJtN'ouch' 'CerneteryAssbcation.'i .". him! Reddy .begin with
pound of canning Dade *. .billon 1556" W -' .... '_I .loge June 10 of this year, "The: Hometjesd Golf.dub'mct .'unusual physical-"characteristic, with a find him i ;.a ..thoroitghllikeable'
... ansL n' w owe "': r SHOES-Airplane stamps 1 and' WedneKlayi.nlght f and elected He.haija'iglobtilar.head 1 iand'you make his Sol
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: chap :
may
.. will
,tT.rien.. seas a. da.wh t' good Indefinltell.I Its first:otfkeraahd'directori' %'..' tan -bulb''J)9H]; yhlch of electric remind CjualnUnce :.through' the adver
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4. .. good president rJohn,Harris, ;Jr. vice- you'at-coce. will In- ttcementt of Jhe Florida Pjwei1 It a,

Style, ", '0: ,: through OA8OUKBA0 Aug.t '. : Muponi y *, ., 1 president C T. Fuchs, Jr.:'; Walton .sec.: atan light(Jy..bfn'.bulb.! toITind His| ear those handy light;Company, ii 'thl* paper, "
ODd vice-presidentvW.! W." K. '
FUEL Ql $JteHOd. 4 and'iii I "
Br Agate Msrbew FitsparlrkWhat coupon!: remain' good through\ ; secret IH'3",-*,'Miat.. Ully'B;I. "
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maket us cast aside the Sept 30 V 4 : SwlUOl): " )' l.andortCsNney. Local Methodists, Elect LeadersAt
things we love? I . fl.. I' I
Style's. ,iron hand, within the doe The present point holiday on '7....blab school seniors,at the :Fourth ,Quarterly .iConferenceNominations :

skin glove. canned vegetable if only temporary -II Redland Tsrm.Ufe! School ,will

Style (4 the thing that makes us and on toine meats 'may 'receive diplomas. at'thegradua The .(PlIo"I., .official! ,of the Mr. 'Whicherd,
tion exercises ... .. France WU- 'Mrs.Data
oft acquire be temporary.- MethoeMst.Chuirch.of Home 'Dave Willlamt,. Wil
The thing for which we have no b lard UOIICk.. l4','bu.' Cunning-I First .were Sleeted May as at the Items, Mra. 7. D. ,Redd.

real desire. OPA My: Watermelon: price ham. ." stead. : Auditing Mr, Whlchard, We
W* do not ask "Doe this become to be established soon will mean "n. A. R.: Caves: who ha been fourth ,gusrteriy'conference H.-L. Brown, John Buchanan, Miss Antolnetie' Moyj "
phi well" I a sharp reduction at retail from a patient In'Jb*" Mayo clinic at< Stewardu I Church records, Ceo: EiteF, ,

But. "It It what the ttyllita sty to 'lat _110I'I'. Inflated prices, Rochester for tb.. put several Whlchtrd E, A. ,Buchanan, Geoff. O. Mist .Helen Moye Miss M ryMeNeUlf
Williams
sell\ months I* expected home. to Wi Smith, JDevId: ,
W* sometime make of It, a The old.tnBand C gasoline I I da/ . ." Wynn MrtjGeo.:.Rawon, .Hospital sTnd.nome Mrt. J. A

parlor game ration coupon*--B-J and C-J -T. A, Feaster attended the annual D. Eakef. M"-.c.1 McNeill, Mrs,' H. L. 'Brown, Mrs. "

And buy things since the Jones without aerial number*-may not I meeting\ of the Florida East Trustee: D. L. Bowen, Redd.,

have the tame. be used by consumer on and after -I Coast"Growers' .Association, Inc., Mills and J. L. \ Missions and church extension,
Now there it war we have a June 1. In Miami Tuesday! He It a direc: Buchanan' was named to flU the Mr*'. David Williams, Mr Esker,

, *, chanee-'to say > > I ITo I I tor. . ." plac: ,of the late J. E.Clow, for 1 1I Mrt. Hanson, Mrs'Dan Williams,

.;' \WsTl weed.tb'ags Put and nothinj' be entitled, tot reemptoy. "E.:' H. Brandenburg ,took Wit the; term--"expiring In 1845. The '., Mrs Casper Williams Miss Antoinette -
, A throw awa,.. ment right under the'Selective I Sunday school clsss fishing. ,st,I term of;'* trustee'to 'th.n; Moye. ,
too short, . Those one-thitdv.bt the board IIIected relations\ Ceo. w.SrnJtw .
h, .Kometlmes too long, Training and Service'Act of 1940{the North Canal .Pnl.t and Pastoral :
f' 'm too loose too tight, the veteran mutt be honorably t:ent'were: yirlc:and.Wilbur Free, ..annually.. ; Mr: Redd, MIIIi AntolriV i r"
4.. JaVbere will b* moments they're discharged and must apply for Cliff Raundert, Colle Redd, Paul, Superintendent of the adult division I ette Mdye, Mr.' Brown and the ,

f exactly right. reemployment "within 40 day and Elmo Roger and Edwin of the church school, J. P. chairman 'of the board of stew

The ways the thing which an of after he to relieved from" trainIng -I ICapllnger." Hendley;, recording steward, Da- aids, -
us enablesOn and service. "Homestead't newest, newlyweds vid William; 'communion stewi Mr*. Ivan' Moser was elected 1
. .\1Ie'. dictator now to turn a a I I are Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kemp ard Mrs. O. L. Showalter; district delegate and David WliUIamt,

: the tablet. fori who arrived In the city at noonyesterday steward, Mr. Wyrav; altercate alternate, to the annual church
Sugar consumer, may and who wer*. marriedIn David"Williams? and Golden<< roof.met"nnln." /uneII"
SPAR (Coast Quard Women';. their 1944 home canning auot-\\ Fort Lauderdsle by Judge! Croat director, JoltS.'Oeo. EsteHT Tallaa.--: f 1r .. y,,j

t' fteserve) oflcen, by an set of ment In two period obtain In Snippy 'tote: Sunday night Mr.: The following committed were It-was 'reported that 3V person y

congress, are designated as.oftl- period, wen may Kemp Is a telephone\ lineman here' named have been received Into church ;
I care and gentlemen. Its a llttlieonfuslng 10 pound of sugar per person'is, His bride war Miss Bessie Rob. : and evangelism, membership since Nov. T, 1943. aZo
addition to five pound MembershIp
j' tint bu "
to the girl at all.bI'l -. ,
with Stamp 40 In David Williams Mr. Wynn end
' they finally get used to beini; Sugar Members of the HomestestWoman's >
# tion Book 4. Persons not applyIng Mrs. Ramon.
.SIrQUICK .
called Club were guests ol
> first period but wh Mr! Whlch i
In the Finance, Mr. Wynn m
,Miss Ruby Leach of Florida City
FREEZE PLAN need lUlU In the.second periodmay ,!Tuesday afternoon when the entertained ard Mrs,A. M. togas, Mr*. Ban-
to their full 10pouncilperpel'lO" -
obtain up ,
In ,honor of one of the son.
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vegetables and fruits tor quid 'the application' .. ,"Justifies. that totalReeumptien "' ley . the only one of the teacher .

freezing. belonging' ,to the club who
With the modern machinery I. of manufacture to the ociviliantype II'does not plan to returnIn tin i

cow can be cut up within an telephone ,fall . Impromptu speeches wen ; ,
'
hour, and 150 chickens can behln..plcked extent of 100.000 sets per quartothas made by Mn. X C. Loveland, \
been authorized. Tint deliyeries ]
: within the sami Mrt. S. E.: Livingston, Mn. Gussit \ .j.
length of time M,. WakefleUsays are expected' by fall. I I Joiner Mn. Gertrude B. Fuller "

All meats ....albe full;;, ,,Mrs H. H. Ewing and Other)
prepared In the plant which ail The United State employment ]I during the afternoon. "
have machinery for such proooteal Service, placed more than 74,00< ,, "Blllle I Van Winkle celebrated I THOUGHT MY r:
of the current War Ir.
set grinding hamburger stuffIng veteran his twelfth birthday this after-
sausage, slicing 'bacon and civilian ..Job during February I I' noon at his home In RedlandI VISION WAS 4

sugar-curing or smoking hams and March, ."
.
t I I I with a party
Fishermen may bring theIr "Mr. and Mrt. JT. S. Caves' of
Dealer are-required glvi I GOOD fiN :
catches to the plant ,for quid Florida City were host and bOlo ,
reeling and storage In the tamil farmer preference in the purchase -\ 4*j ,
teas at a Jolly fish tryat the bay
locker for table Mae, he (ay*. of about 300 listed Items ol Saturday. ,* .
Quick freezing 'to cheaper that farm supplies: under menU Board I "Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ruttad wen
canning, and It preserves the revised War Production
given surprise part Monday
,
ol regulation A farmer maybuy
and vitamin
flavor
'fresh
Florida friends who
I night by City ..FLon
Wake these supplies upon his wrlttep
fruits and vegetables, Mr.
wished to'help' them celebrate In
certification that the supplies i1are I
Held points out Quick freetlnito
their new home south of 'the
needed and will be used for I I
lalla.factor'I now
the only process which "
Longvlew clubhouse . ,
,. preserves orange Juice., other than household purposes Inl I "Asurprise party was given for
"
the,operation 'of a farm. New
he says.Mr. Rose and John Toe .at Dr. J
WakeCidd'hopes to get the items! added to the list Include I B. Tower'a residence 01Fri-

application for priorities In to Fire extinguishers, flashlights, day. ."
WPB within' the next ten days, tunnels, tool sharpening grinder, entertained
and to have the plant la operation harness repair tools, concrete "France Preacher .
by .Dec. L The quick freexinf. mixer, metal fence posts 'Port"Or. a group."of frjendj on Tuesday" *tternoon.

service should; be Invaluable lit John Dennis today sold his
helping save surplus winter crop, rhate.* make up the backbone: "ol I' ."..re.-Molly Winpt. Will leave

he po'Bts out lorat........ The communities Saturday for North Carollnt.
make their own plant and put where she will visit/'Ilatlv..."

I'RESfiYTBKIANSContinued programs Into action at theist ewtatnuss . '( Mi '
May
w ( Prim Page One) provide all ...watt specialized aid' "Florida' City to to have eight 1hey are coatty haul ter bur fi ling INn ,ftaah : '
degree from Kentucky"Weestye* and istaniUons. 1 I er ten firewelt for: Its protect 'Weapons and equipment you are NOW ,
pr
College and M.A.TALL and Tn.ll.degree land cement. and Insulating materis Lion trot firs ." Miar- Dan., lust "think.. .,. are 1'411" et..W r .
Prinee4en TheaksaA--: ....... C:C.. Weaver. i
*,trout *. -Mr ktd No-heve tram ace nine NaW to 0144,taartaite .
cat Seminary In Psanceton W., J. '. .. >.' iii,., aal ..*, !W.;,T. McConnell l .ht War WkIn'1I> :
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He is a son of the INv. and Mrs. AAlit i'illy-based! communittea -(and s-s .'>Br.W Mrs, B. U 'acaaraht.

Wm. C. Cummlng of sMNsaore.Mr wtskkJtg assistance is plan- Browd aced a...... Jane Mr. I w. PR PsGLASSES',- ... .... .. ,_ ..... o..e.'
and Mrs. Ctsmssing ,*SM! ning peat-war Job may get asHi'assM and Mrs fmUt Cleans, Min I .
their dsugfcteps, **jH* '.* from the Department! of Blanche Ms**>*,. ; sobs Lucille I 'ON CREDIT

." Mary Bruce art eiasMHM to ors Agrieuttiare. Engineers, Industrialettemtett. I Brown Mis* Lillian Brown, ?
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rive at the mans J0*'or tomorrow. .. statisticians, marketatgtxperts .rteteker 'Brjwwt and;. John Bleb $1.00 A WEEK IS AlL A

Mrs. Cumatsag is a **. and other. consultants w4M,e 4*... Sunday 'lat CttnV I "
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totered nuree and a' XSMtusM elf available to, aid '-""Iunlti8fa" a-tI. \;
College. In ".Carf. :: .home BRA. C KIN S. i
Courtier. : } rrn income and farm pure f' Allen TlkMls feus i. ; a
.. Tueeoay frorn Godanervilleabose"Mn ,

:June 14 marks.tha'tarst'annl. .openingriot..staUorj at the former Palm Beach he bee been attending univeratty." l Ort of rte JHgk rest District -
versary>o( the I Julia Mustelwb.lt 'tod

,jag Ida's e only eUr-women's Cat**, Guard'serrie,*traJnlng traIn.{IBHtmore. Hotel ,tor' enlistedSPARS. I (Continued on Page Sewn) \l .JH..,N., MIAMI ""AV.WUI:



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I forces are fighting-at sea, in the air

(Ii, )' Won, . EREVER the ground your-they're invasion working together for victory. They teamwork know toe's What lode Sam Offers You
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final victory
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t "' The Fifth War'Loan starts next week. It's going to take teamwork The "tusker of securities tb be sold under ;
t :d:q -ra lot of It-tO put this drive over the top. For-we've got mobilize a job to do.for the direction of the State War Finance Committees -
t 11a4 ,'As'.the: tempo 'of invasion rises every one of us must during the Fifth War Loan consists of

support of our fighting men. eight individual iwue

In every city town'and hamlet men and Workers'giving women like yourself their time have to The i issues are designed to fit the Inveit-
banded together as War Bond Volunteer kind of with money to 1IaVelt. \
for Bonds. Support them. Give them the anent need every. person
j ',,taking your subscriptions to each other on the fighting fronts! """"
boys are giving
;cxf teamwork our .

t' When your Volunteer Worker calls, double ne offering hehries:

; your War Bond subscription. It's their job to *Serial I,Fonda Savings
help: raise $16 billions of money for victory. "' ends '.I
'' during this Fifth drive, ,$6,billions -from individual I ; *Series C Savings Notes a ;'

,' like yourself. < *23y'% tends of 1965-70

Make up your mind to welcome your Vie5"'WAR LOAN ,*2% Bends.1932-S4
y tore Volunteer with $ friendly smile 1k% Notes, Series B of
open checkbook-remembering that it's .,: 1947

teamwork that does itl! .. *. VK Certificates el In.dbt .

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.' MAJ. W. A. FREE RETURNS FROM PACIFIC The CalendarJune A MISS ALLIE FERGUSON TAKES OFFICEAS ., I

I FOR WEDDING'RITES IN PORTLAND. ORE.The I PRESIDENT OF UNIVERSITY CLUB "?.

Rev. and Mn. J. Clarence San Diego after more than a Mertini of Homestead The University Club elected of for loan scholarships, the club '
r :Anderson of Portland Ore.. are I ,.ar'* service with the marine air B. P. W. C. at home of }In.'Henry fleer at a pot-luck luncheon decided to buy bonds with part .
announcing the engagement and i arm In the Pacific, Stationed Ruegg. meeting In the home economics: of the scholarship fund.
approaching marriage of their Guadalcanal and then at Bougainville June Meeting of Business laboratory Homestead High present were: Mrs. J. O. Wynn,
daughter Juanita to Ma. Wilbur he ha to tats credit Circle of W. M.. U. at home of School Wednesday. Mr*. J R. Rutland Mrs Howard
JL: Fret, USMC. of Homertead. three or more Jap Zero. Re I It a Mr. J. L. Kulp. Miss Allle Ferguson was made Johnson and daughter Janice
The wedding will take place In graduate of Homestead High June Meeting of Neighborhood president; Mrs. lonnie Hood, Howard. Mrs. Green Rives. Mn.
'Portland early next week, after School, and prior to : Club ,*t home of Mr*. W. O. vice-president; Mr*. Ruth L. Ivan Moser. Mn. H. O. Thur-
enterin'l
':'frhlch( the couple win travel by service he attended Chase. I Scott, secretary and Mrs. B. M. man, Mr Oeo. D. Ruehle, Mr*.
'iutomoblto to Homestead to visit varsity of Idaho. June Meeting of Presbyterian , Hindman, treasurer. Mrs. Bernard Ben ArcherMr*.*John: Whichard,
"Mai. Free' mother, Mn. J. V.Ftee. Mia Anderaon wa honored! Woman' Auxiliary; at 10 H. Proslse, president, pr* Mr*. Proslse, Mrs: Scott Mr*.
Ma-rree will report then with a mlscellaneou bridal ..how.er a. m. June I with Mrs. W J. aided until the pew officer. were, Hlndmsn, Mid Leonora Stewart,
4, to Cherry Point H. C. tot duty.J given Saturday night by Mr*. McLeod of Epmore dr. elected. MU F.I'IUJOft.net Mn. William
i ..' 'The bride-elect attended the.University Leonard King and Mr. Marcus June 11-Meeting of Homestead A* there were no application Payne. .
,of' Idaho and taught Cook,of'' Cover d'Alone at the Woman" Club. '
"this part year In Potlatch, Ore. home of Mr*. Anderson who 1* June' IS-Meeting of Cleaner* MAttIE HENS EY PHYSICAL ED '1'EACHER. :.I. :
t Ma). Free returned May H.toj teaching In Moscow Idaho, with )Ira. Virgil C tott: I :
-- June 2$-Meeting of Home. TO BEGIN'DANCE CLASSES IN HOMESTEAD .

.: GRAND: OFFICERS TO BE ENTERTAINED I.lead June Home l3-II..tln Demonstrstlon of Redland Club. Classes In top, acrobatic ballet Tampa.- The Henaley occupy the

*I THIS EVENING BY",AD ASTRA CHAPTER Home Demonstration Club. and ballroom dancing will be conducted former George- West.properties at
June .17 Meeting of Jennie I.205 NX- Second ave. which they
'' .. . on Tuesday and Fridaysin
551 'Ad Asfrs haptr of'h.. Order I Lobdelt Circle with Mn., A- .M. purchased.several month ago. .
.rf the Xasterh' Star will enter. CLUB MEMBER ARE TAVCRT Logan .. the USO building by Miss
? ,taro thl* evening In honor of the I HOW TO CROCHET ruins > Marie' Hensley. girls' physical education I '
[right marshal Instruction In the Instructor at Homestead
worthy grand making of MRS. STEAD HONOR GUEST
Claudia Christian, Miami, and crocheted' purse wa given by II AT BIRTHDAY DINNER schools, and professional dancer
the grand officer, the grand rep. Mr*. J, H. Brant of Miami at anallday Mn. Clara Stead was honor of six yean* experience. ROPER GASRAN'GES'
retenUtivc and the grand In-. work meeting of the Registrations will be taken at ,
guest Sunday at a birthday dinner I
tractor: of District: 20. Homestead Demonstration Club I:JO a. m. Monday at the Homestead .
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given at the home of Mr, and
w ,charge held Monday In the clubhouse. Mr*. Henry Xufeldt School gymnasium with
classes to begin the following day
At the regular meeting Friday, The two-tier cake bore 77
jdude guitar election by Misses Mrs. A. D. Smith and Mn. Ceo. I'candle A gift was presented to at the USO. }
)arian and Evelyn Gonman," aviolin N. Wakefield were presented by Mn. Stead, who will leave todayto Mill Hensltr studied In New stock "" > 'JI
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solo by Wendell Eason, tap Miss Eunice Grsd/ with award visit relatives In Washington, York City with Louis Chalif of
'"panes by Patty Brown, Margaret won for handicraft at the recent D. C., before going to her homein the Russian Ballet and at the of Ranges :* a
fearne, Dorothy Turner, Marilyn annual county exhibit held In Adrian, Mich. American Ballet School. She has butInstallations '.
jpethea and Emma Jane Rhea Miami. 'Mrs. Smith received a Coven were laid for the Rev.I appeared In several New York
,and l vocal solo by Mrs, Patricia set of six boudoir boxes, and Mrs. and Mrs. R. E. Hastings, Mr. and show and for two yean toured I .:iiVf1:
Stem Armstrong. Wakefield, sewing box. Both Mrs. J. H. Dodson, Mr. and Mrs. the United State and Canada limited. .
Refreshment will be served. were given defense stamp for C. F. Waldron, Musses Hilda with a dancing troupe. Her are
... Clarke: Dorrls Ada and Rachel scholastic education Include a
SHOWER GIVEN IN HONOR Completed stencil work was Dodson Miss Aids Connor Mines B.s. decree from George Peabody
displayed by club members, and Esther and Marie Kufeldt, Teachers' College In Nashville, D. .
pr Mal 1 SAMMY O-BANNON Miss Grady made a talk on correct: Carolyn Story, Coleen Hastings, where she studied dancing,. also, Virgil Lyon ,II.
Mr*. Sammy ODannon wa posture. Pie. Claire Diets, Chart King with Ted Shawn. .. PRONE Mr; : .**W .
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Bonored with Calvin Waldron Lorton I, Mill Henale,'. parents, Mr. and "
a shower May IS by Those attending the Monday I Carl M
j Mrs. A. D. '1'011., Jr. and Mr work meeting were: Mn. A. L. Benny, Eddie and Jimmle Ku Mr*. P. H. Hensley, have been
"tI. A. Amen at. the home of Mrs ,Burgreen. Mrs R. X. Edwards, feldt, the honor guest, and the making their home here with
*. . host hostess. their daughter since- Mrs..' Hens- . '; *
4.BXrtntforAMr C...Ktlcheoberger. :!. sand : \ \: ? .:*.
j 11 After gamer and contest had : Mrs. M. L. Stephenson .- :WTb' ley'* recent retirement from the >' .
V1been' enjoyed the guest of honor1cItd Mrs. W. C- Morton Homestead 8. P.,W,'C, will operation of the Peter Pan. Kin ."71 1.aV'AV' :
her gift. Q. M. Cooper Mr*.'O. :J. Mra.j meet June 9 at the'home of Mrs dergarten Primary School In : i
,T Chicken salad and saltine were Ors Smith and Mn."W>{. Henry Ruegg. ---- 4.

ti, served with Iced tea. .... ................................. ,
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'/ l Present besides those mentioned COUNTY EXHIBIT FRIZES- Waken are needed at the : HIM AtAiNI Renirs' pulaiflmily Btklutt ev_.
I' were: Mr*. Clyde Bowden GIVEN REDLAND MEMBERS I .. .and! this means-Hen again sn BIG SAVINGS.1
Red
Creea. snrgleaf dressings e Look fo special viluci fix hw very:"spccul'' **mFAMILY -
Mn. Bernice Hirsch
Mr. O. .
W. Prize won In--the recent J '
i annual .
: workroom from 1 U I each ber of the ,
Moody, Mr*. Fern Clbbs, Mn. home demonstration clubs '
Louis Wall, Mrs. O. W. Drlgger. exhibit In Miami were awarded day except Saturday sadSmday. I
>;cr.. J. t Amul( Mri-belt TO.tbot. at the meeting Friday of the BUDGET MONTH

d its Faye Min Redland Club to: Mn. W.. D. Ma. ...................................
I Kathleen Jackson and Mia Caro- hanK Mrs E. A. Carter, Mn. J.
)pne Qaffney. A. Rothuham/ .M.... Chas Pratt
.. Those who lent gifts were and MrVD, K.Brannon Duringthe
e' fn. Allen TOIl, Mr*. A. D. Folt work .period, the :group c c,
lre\ Mr. Julian Richardson Mrs learned. to.Jhaha-crocheted ban B
;'W. t.: Albury, Mn. H. O. Watt. Present bifilctts those mentionedwere a aL. e"" ea1
(Mr*. Viola King and Mn. W, H. I ; Mra.-,.,'.>. Ray, Mrs. ,Can.
;Ruasen. Wlngate and Mrs J. D. VTyaong..Announcing .
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2 lessons per month, any I. : __""':'::::'- $6AO .

I lemons'pet' month, any 3u:;..."._ ,, r_$10.00x fAVOIItl, * OAT ,.A. llMi ' j

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a*1, 1944- HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Page HMMnOW.Seven ,fllj JM
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""" '" ''''h'lil' 'Ii 1:1: ,,' .;!! "" III. Iii'' "," Local Talent PresentsProgram

.HOMESTEAD HIGH SCHOOL NOTESWill for Lions Club CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING :

: Local talent under the direction !I

,". .. IiI"! 11 i I'' ""'" ''lill II ''''111''''' ,,:, i : I Ii II Ii ''illi I of Mrs Walter Eaaon presented '
the entertainment on a ladles RATE: First Insertion lot a line; subsequent Insertions

.: of Class of 1944 night program of the Radian Be a line ;

District Lion Club: Tuesday; .

";:t/i Wens Walker Sale Meye end I, Howard Kirby, do hereby i night FOR EXCHANGE keep money but U asked to return *

Bobbie Joyce )rwera: will and bequeath my knack for! Numbers were given by a tap I wallet Catherine Rohrer, "
knowing what I want and getting dancing team composed of Dorothea THE SWAP SHOPRepairs Bird BId;, S, Krom: 5th st "
P We, the Senior Class, on the it to any one who will reed I it Turner, Marilyn Bethea and, Buy *-5ell* Anything or Box Ml, Route 1, Home 1'
+ day of May, In the Jane Rives of the '
,faenty-atth And believe me, you'll need It. Emma pupils ad machines typewriter, Mead. (pmM .
of our Lord, nineteen hundred Antoinette Ludwig School ot
war Betty June Jenkins will heart cash register (mUtt)) .
being sound In two
forty-four, Dance Wendell Eaaon gave PERSONALfREEI
mind and body, after climbing of getting her man and bolding -! violin solos -Melody ." antMoonlight
!I the long rickety ladder of educe him to any one who will need! Reminds M'"n wasaccompanied I FOR RENT If Excess add cause- you

"tlon; and success, do hereby will It at the piano byMr : ROOMS and apartment Reasonable pain of stomach Ulcers, In
and bequeath all the underclassmen Flernoy Lott will hateerhe's *. Eason. Four-year-old Jane! rate., hot water and show Heartburn Belching,
; who follow la our footsteps got, that anybody would Pratt, presented acrobaticdances era. Palm Hotrt. Florida City Bloating, Nausea Gas Papas,
under the bright glow of our want to anyone who wants it. and Misses Marian and get free sample, Udga at

-,', guiding light-All our -mini' Sue May wills to Grietj To Evelyn Coesman. played "St. Loula FOR SALE Brown' Pharmacy (pe9Q)
*: brawn and brilliance: our ability burg her special reducing forma : Blues," "Red Wing" and "Jun

!*, 'to make friend and Influence la. gle Town" on electric guitar SPECIAL 4-drawer all wood WANTED -

people,-our high social standing I, Arnold Mcllwaln; do hereby ' I Mon than seventy-five person chest of drawer, $11.90, SmIth.
f'and 'respect.of the faculty due to will and bequeath my unlim were .present, Grave Furniture Co. (mlltf) WANTED-Good used fumlhu*.., ;
,
;;our :likeable and studious that tted intestinal fortitude (whatever Smith-Graves Furniture Co, .

acter., and all 'th* 'Other eking hat U)' to Martin McMul-' Ulfh .Type ot RecruitsIs I-ROOM house plus small apart. (mlPtl
I, that.helped us reach our:goal of Ban Most In rear. Lot MxlM ft, So.
perfectient 'AJao-w*''give.and be- Bobble Joyce Powers will hedignity' Attracted to Wavei'going Krome av. (Key. West highway),, WANTED-RepaIr work (taps".

:ques.th Jo.the entire, achool .our attractive and ,Homestead. Light water, sew building cement work esoaaRi
and aophisticatlon to of the most
,
eta llth Hour Mission Box-
pleasant memory \n\ hope that er. Writ Box A-U6. car IM4.Enterp. -
the' yean..to'eomemay: be eni PeWB"I'd.. alert young women of today are .-. ...*. Priced exceptionally ,Homestead. .(ditty
r, Wtfyn McMuUlan. do hereby Joining the navy to make their
without the Inspiration of low._ (pal)
,, .dured will and bequeath my special contribution to victory; Mrs. William t need grove* with ec without .
>. the. Claw of 44. privilege of changing desk I In J. Geronlmo local WAVES [RARE AND UNUSUAL tree and 'home*. I prospect. walttatb

P Tfl Mr. Hindman,.,we leave all sociology'class every ,ten seconds volunteer recruiter,' reported. plants Landscaping and grove Drop me a postal or call J. IK. J,
.
i -our'best'wishes:for much:peace build Dora 2S46S. Miami at expense. .
together with the privilege of "WAVES training also planting. Sunny Grove Nurseries my
Kg and :happiness know' that this fun taking a dally morning stroll leader and make women capableof palm Ave., 2 miles I west Reverse charge
tip-loving claw of 44 makes, it adieu. around the room every. three assuming responsibility la of Florida City. Phone NJ.".
i\. .To our highly, esteemed tare minutes to Theodore Orfanedea.t military and later In civilian LEGAL NOTICES .
ttructonv the (ahem) faculty w* HOMEMADE FORD TRACTORS
added.
Vara Rheney do hereby will life" 1011'1. Geronimo _
uL leave the.'consolation' that they; I to'th.'OWII of with double low gear. Excellent
Open woman NOTICEThe
Lv have done their feeble best, and and bequeath the love scene In the for farm or grove Wolfe '
of high
20-86 with two years annual of the
meeting
I hat able tom senior play to my sister, Anne. I Auto Wrecking Phone S91-J,
| ,a ,hope > they maybe school or business college local stockholders of the FLORIDA
Cope more successfully. with. our I, Fred Rhodes, do herby wUlI| applicant may apply through Homestead, Fla. (alltf) EAST COAST FERTUJZKR i
Fred Rhode to
1 successor*, and bequeath Mr*. Geronimo at her home here,, A REAL BARGAIN7ROOM COMPANY, win lie held at the
EL love
leave Nelta Walker.
"Mae"w.
,To Mr. or write direct to thenavy recruiting plant In Homestead, via. at I B.tn. .
mf. and kisses In appreciation of alln Shackleford; do hereby HOUSE on plot fronting
I. Ann station, post office building on Tuesday June 11, 1144 for
<, for ISO feet on S. Krome ave. and
the lovely thing he has done will and bequeath my excessheight Miami.
the purpose of electing a boatel
100 feet on Lucy it (Home-
RF n- to Dottle Luke. Applicant accepted here are of director and for other
To the Incoming senior we be- I I I lead-Florida City Une). Lights, II' any
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Glenn Shroeder wills his facility tent to Miami for their final examinations business that may rightfully com
water, PrIce unbelievably .
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:1 sewerage
t'. quellth our traditional senior for winning friends and Influencing I and when called toactive before the meeting.

K privilege both real and ImaglaB .- people to Frank "DtI.mlte" )' duty go to Hunter Collegein premise, low.(24 S See Krome owner aye on Signed O. W, MOODY,
B Imaginary. '
mostly
New York City PresidentA.
Murphy.I I Key West highway), or address!
1 Junior
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W* leave to the new will
do .
June Venn, hereby a FOGLE,
Box T92, Homestead. (pa2)
E class the two cents left In our and bequeath my little black Secretary and Treasurer.

f] treasurx to go. toward the ban book to Johnnie Lou Harris MRS. MARTIN DEAD WHITE: TRUCK ItU..... (May W, June S, I, 1'")
H. quet fund-it said .two cent canRkbe '
roll con. M-B, with flat lumber deck,
treasurer, (Continued From Pane One) NOTICE
collected from our '" : UNDER FICTITIOUS
I: Wade Thompson, do hereby; Dan enclae A-I eendlUeB. Needs
KrHomer Byrum.Ip1 in 1900 when George ICotel. NAME: LAW
To the sophomore and Ira!!- will and bequeath to the great M. Robert, Ben Plummer, Claude setae atuter repair Ideal for Notice hereby given that the)
Bill Jacob my secret power twin and their respective families fans track ec eaa be male late
earnest Jenkins undersigned business
|g men w* leave our doing wader *
tneter for and fans
HI, prayers,and these few words of the women, my position on made up practically the grove usesGeed the fictitious name of The

!'?, encouragement, "Keep up the i the Safety Patrol, an the necessary whole community At that time, nkber.Price KM Swap Shop In the Cave bid:, K.Krome .

f', good work-yeull make It some secrets' of being drafted and settlers were forced to make a MAGIVDER PUMP A SCITLT ave. at Homestead, Florida .

[it...<*ay." last but by no mean least myI ; 16-mile, all-day trip by wagon to COMPANY, Ceeeaat Grave intend to register the said
J*:: All class property having been I manly physique. I cutler for supplies and to snip name with the clerk of the circuit

M' disposed Of there remain a' few I t, Nelta Walker, do hereby wl11l out 'produce, as the railroad had LOST court of Dade County, Flor

I persons,, bequests which, are as and bequeath my best not come to this area Ida:
1 follows, Maggie Booth and Calvin I Mrs. Martin Is thought to be. the F., OOODWHf
Billfold tire
LOST containing
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t San; Accunlo,.-de hereby will Schmidt first woman of the RedlandIfomestead -I Inspection card, social security ,
the N011C11.1J'NDC1.: ricTlloU1FMAUR
Whitehead do hereby; : section to make
.and bequeath jny earnest desire I, Lanier card, money., etc. Finder may
automobile : LAW
a toJr back, to Boston to anyone will and bequeath my ability to trip to Miami by
motorist who had NOTICE IS HEREBY -CrVTOf
who win take me with him. keep quiet and keep out of with Intrepid
I, Jack Barnes, do hereby win 'trouble to those who don't get by; ventured over the wagon trails a* that the undersigned HOWARD
Martin S. MELTON desiring to engage at
.', and bequeath musical talent with It. far south a* the )tome
my '2 1 S. W. 10th Street. Miami
L to Charles Cosaman.: : I, Gloria De Msrla, do hereby; ----
I In buIIn.
Dade County, Florida. -
To .Harry Bishop 1..sarit, Bi- will and bequeath my acting AGOContinued ..*. Including the rendering of 'i
to Ardel Parman. 20 YEARS-
; ability -
to
; WO will my ability gov" INVISIBLEWATCH service for compensation through
I Katharine Warner, do hereby
,
through school without buying
1" any IIOtII-boolnapel', will and bequeath my, Quiet ( from Page Four) writing and authorship (which
he has done since the year ItJTin
'1' I, Angela.,Balaro. clo: hereby'will disposition, to Wanda Smith. Miss Edna Smith returnedfrom Miami Dade County Florida,)
A and bequeath my size and I, Eugene Lott. do hereby will the college at Tallahassee on under the fictitious name and

.,: height to Virginia Booker. and bequeath my "Florida City Sunday"I non de plume of "ECLIPSE la-
flue(" -to an the future ,Sinatra "J. M Rung left this week' tospend
I. J, Homer ByrunV ,do"hereby tends to register the said nan a
will and bequeath my super- Likewise we make, constitute a vacVlon otlC\'eral weeks of "ECLIPSE" with the Clerk of i
B. M. HIndman to. to his trove- property
j duper automobile to anyone that and appoint .attending the Circuit Court of the Eleventh
5 has gas,.1rf there. 1* such ,a phe- be the sole executor of this, our[,in other sections of the state" Judicial Circuit: of Dade County
!*I nomenon.i last will and testament hereby "1. R. Campbell Is clearing

..' ,- Dolly Barnette, do hereby revoking, all ,former wills by usmade. three and a half acres south of Is., con *G Florida.HOWARD :I. MELTON.

: will'1n4' bequeath, my aptitudefor town and will plant a late varietyof Applicant;

dancing tq.Warren Severy. In witness whereof, we have avocado" solemnized TOVII Louis M.. Jepeway.
t Wilbur Caves, do hereby will hereunto subscribed'our name "A pretty wedding wa Attorney for Applicant
and bequeath'my bold and affectionate and affixed our seal the fourth : at the Baptist church at (May It, 26. June S, 9, 1844) '
nature to John Pope to day of June in the year of our 9 o'clock Sunday morning when

*. aid him In his pursuit of the fair Lord, one thousand- nine. hundredxt7four. Mill Gretchen: Turner becamethe S. L. Kendrkk
Albert Browne . ," ,
I ee:*. bride ,of THIS NEWSPAPER .
J, Marie Bell, do hereby will The above partly written and "Violet Umnhrey' entertainedat jrmct or .*.
; and bequeath to Barbara Wakev printed Instrument was- subscribed a farewell party given at her PEACE

. ,, ,field' my. blue ,eyes, dark' eonSplexton by the said das of;44 home for Alice FerreU who, left Birth

. .,. ; and exotic features. of Homestead High School in Tuesday for Montgomery.: Ala. . meats

L! Billy Forte do hereby will pretence and acknowledged: by Those preasot. werer Mill Louise .e.....0"a
and bequeath) broad shouldersto the'Class of '44. to each of'u.: Connor; the Mlase* Velma and ,

Ways Lawrence, to us* a* he and we at the same time'declared Verna Shaw, the Misses Lillian If. W. set It. Haamastaa4 r1:. I
the above Instrument so subscribed and Lucille Brown, Mia Ruth
sees fit ........................... ,
L'Aids Connor, do hereby win to be the seniors' lest(, will i Rich Mis Alice Ferrell Bill E................n

and bequeath my quiet, shy disposition and testament and we, at said Belt, TOI'D.Loomis, Russell '
", to VIrghniaWalker, who request, have *l ned our nunswitneaee Horn,' Claude Campbell! Joha" WANTEDPERSIAN

<', I I feet, I* the proper person toSr as hereto,'In said pr'esrep *' Tower and Roy and Orin Smith.
. 'b.Jt and keep .itatethrough and In presence of each '"S. E. Livingston, who (II' now

, ,;.'. the years to come ,other, and written" opposite our rounding out f, auecessful term LDIES. ANY QUANTITY
1, t,,Tommy Harris, leave all:-Iny name* our respective;$ places ofaidence of service ai south Dade County1

" : executive efficiency J and power ." sir.ets' ,representative la the Dade CountyBoard
te' the next"person who fills'the ( :) of PubUc.ln.trueUon.IN We Pay Highest Prices

,position of president of the senior Keita Walker ; announced his, candidacy! for reelection

; did ,Bobbie Joyce, 'JVI'pI. .* 1
Toarle* Dodson- (Jo' will soy;1'1't ..Sue Moye, r ...r"- PETER PAN ASSOCIATE GROWERS 1 '

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l EJtJ1t HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE ... June 2, 19"


< ., ,.. who accompanied him oa Mi U.'T.IJ.ergeant: Talks t'W sht c
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!leave remained for a longer ..1.It .-I ; gWH

1'if OUR MEN IK SERVICE the with met her for parenU-in-law the tint time, whom last Premiere of Drama on Team-work '


_"' r week. r .. .<.tgt.'DuheawCorcotsn ot Home emphasised i alto Jn .&i ki'bJabor '
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and management from Important
Walter McVfcker Jr. of'conilt Palm dr. CpL and Mr*.i if Wm. J. (Billy Clark. Jr.. stead Army Aft FIeld'recenu returned I Industrial center
i Princeton la training with the I[ Hodf bad been called to Coco pharmaclafi mate 3-C USN hat from Washington whereat
S I been 111 ot rheumatic fever for the Invitation of Sea. S.Truman .I
Harry
army air force at Lowrey field, by the death in an automobile Good '
I Crowds Reported
Colo, { accident on May 22 ot CpL the part month la the Camp L* ': of MUtourl. be addressed
1 ., . Hod.... paternal grandparents j Jeune Hospital at Mew River, N. mart than seventeen hundred Patronizing New' Rink
.' j and C. Mr. Clark U a ton of Mr and .leaden of official Washington. II
Walter R. Pierce, 8 t-C USCO, a great-uncle, J. L. Hodge,
Good crowd haft..petronlaed
Mra. Wm. J, Clark of Homestead. the premier of "The Forgotten
hat recovered from aa Illness who It serving with the Seabees .
,I e the Homettead Skating Rink consistently -
that confined him to the station In California, and Ml** Blanche: Factor a dram presented by since Its opening. lad
; hospital .at Minn and Hodie of New York Qty, lather Tom Harris, Jr.. and Arnold the Moral Rearmament Croup to
Duluth ,
I Q.i .
Saturday nljJit, rtporU Chcl
I
e Mcllwaia, who were graduated portray national teamwork Sgt.
bar returned to duty. and later respectively of Cpl.!I '
:, I Hodge, cam to Cocoa for the fu- May to from Homestead High Corcoran talked on the need for I i Martin, proprietor ,
I skate free at Instruc4tion
f School will report Wednesday to International co-operation. aln- Beginners
tCSSUI COMMISSIONED neral. CpL Hodge hat returned
held from 10 to 11
classes
r Kenneth E, Settler, Jr., ha I to Cocoa before going back to bit Miami for service with the navy. eerily and unity
except Mr.
morning Sunday,
] been cotnmlMloned second lieuv bate In Columbus but M.... Hodge' They enlisted several months ago I A former shipyard worker of every Martin ,
but were' to finish Greenock before nil tayf.
permitted Scotland
tenant at Camp Selman, La Lt.Settler I and Virgil will remain here for a The rink la open dally for one
school before Induction. Induction Into service, Sgt. Corcoran -
i It a ton of former ,..1- while. e I afenlQOl.nd two night _Ion..
traveled la21 states with
dents, )fr. and Mr*. Kenneth E.Seuler e I II I admitted free to the .
Ladles are
t Pfc Albert Reltt USMC, ha the play and spoke before 'morethan :
I of 'Coral Gable, and a Petty Officer Wm. .r: Oerol I reported to his new station at,, a quarter of million people. second night session which begins -
\\ of nephew Homettead.of Mrt. Ben! W. Morris mo, Jr.. returned Tuesday to the Puget Sound, Wash, after Spending -j| Described: aa the "moat important at S o'clock.WANT: ..
; e e Bainbridge Naval Base after a to-day leave here with his play produced by the war"
\ pending a week with his parents mother. .1(,*. Selma Reltx. He I* the drama treated the beneficial ADS PAY
Word hat
J been received
that la Florida City. His wife,! a veteran of action In the Pacific multI of team work which-were
Matthew Q. Lowe of the U S.
l ; Merchant Marine, ton of Mr
I { Willa Anderson It now In Eng
: land. '
!I

I Aviation/ Cadet Wm..McMUhe,
of Matwen Held Ala. .we* recently : LOCKEIt'in
i visited by his mother Mrs i Sign Up NOW "FREEzER
J for
Wm. P. McMlchael:' : of Horn*. a
i ttead.:
; . .

'Thomas Marlow, *Jaeobeen was SOUTH' DADE QUICK FREEZING PLANTHaste
I \ graduated May 27 a* third class!
S. photographer' mate after I
four-month court at the naval '

r training school for photographer is because to build the plantrequire
\ at Pentacol, Marlow finished imperative priorities
: >tth In class: of 200 and mad,

ti: t a 4.00.score After of U'i brief out of leave a possible here a certified list of at least ,209 producer-applicants!

.. 'with his parents. Mr. and Mr*. .
'of M. D. Jaeobten
Marlow left

t ;. Tuesday Naval night Air Station for the whert.be JacktonVHle : I' Read carefully below the questions and answers about this Locker Plant, then1: make ;

: will\ train la.gunnery. 'i j jPfe. application without' delay. In these times it is impossible call perspnolly on interested '\

I \, Mary.Jan Fred Hobart Hobart ot ton Homettead of Mr* j I t I parties so we will have to depend on you to' get in touch.with- us. . and the '

\ It stationed now with the army' sooner the 209 application are signed the sooner/: we, can get started on building this:; "
air force in England ,
: .
r '. ,
t ' if.N.wton,f. ', '" f I It greatly needed, plant. "i" ', M .f .:, ;i. : :.

) carpenter'J '
( ; mate second elm with the Seabee .\ : :
*. win return next week to '
I f\ hit*bat In California after (pending -' What IS* Freezer Locker Who Can Use Lockers Advantageously? i
a 15-day leave her. Mr. I
\ Newton was accompanied horn ANSWER A sanitary steel box where you store until Any family-Victory gardener*-farmer*-restaurtnt owner :

by his wife, the former Mia. Alice needed processed and. frozen la the locker plant and -whether you grow or raise your own foods and store )
I
Wyaong. who hid beta visiting '
{ him at his station, kept at zero temperature. To ute, limply allow foods' to them until needed for tu* or ,.Ie-or buy them when they ;

J \ e ,e thaw out at room temperature In your kitchen' .mid cook are plentiful and cheap and store until scarce and lxpen't

t Walter Kaachal, ton of Edward or serve at you would.any trash food. alve,'a" freezer locker assures FRESH food ot all kind
t Katchel, hat been promoted to 'I r
f "1'It'l' Fort Leonard Wood i regardless of the Season at lowest possible coat I'

t "0.. where he I* stationed with What Kind of Foods Can Be Stored There? '.
I army reeoonaltance troop
t e e et Almost every kind of vegetable, fruit, beef, pork, poultry, Does It Save Money? j; ;;

Gerald Andrew, 8 t-C ha flab From fruit Juice 'and tomato juice too. A few U ,
been assigned .to mlne-tweeper .UncjaU tedl1t ,The small coat of locker .and proceadnf: ;,

at Norfolk V*. Gerald It the ton
.of...Mn... Blanch* Smith of Home-- n -enelont, eeIeryt left uce| Pen onion*. Other; jucha "': ceinaenring ,garden urplua, ,balm your *wnmaV"in4 ;f

e e tweet and Irish potatoes, cabbage are"mor* economUaQy ,Boultrr< tom, and even If you buy instead of_ grow you |, , .

C I. Ralph L. Fletcher flu beeatranaferrod stored by othet'methods, food, *,,you.. save- becauae ywbui when they are'eh,e 4 :J,
to Fort Jackson 8. C, '
from Fort Banning Oa.. "
CpL
C Fletcher la a ton of Mr. and Mr How Are F.ooda Prepared for Storing 'f' 'Whit.Other'Advantages''Are' There?,;;.*) '1:'

Y Jo e. L I'leCc"rana e e Life id. ,Fmb 'veftUMe, ar*' shelled, :washed, blanched.. Cooled,'" TZw tIme and trouble hi canning at"*xpen' of Jar*,and; ; '

Set Philip Rearm, h.. USMC, padacad eta, convenient tae; aJr-Hght cellophane boxes) Jar tops .: .'aad you can, ha -e'him; ihoulden,.etc, cured- fr

returned yesterday to hi* baa at M and .tored., Fruit* and berrle are ,packed dry.in natural "here v.t": lard rendered, .cautagt ground; ,*nd,seasoned . ,""
Hollywood after
pending > '
day leave her with his severe pan 'tot*., Meat* and poultry, fish,'etc., are cut up dressed, Ilia a complete tervicetht give you better food,Vlttmta- \o;. .

Wtr, ..... and. Mr. p D. Ream packed,,cooled and eton' &.. '.,.,. trash,.ready to take out 0( eton and ute a* you need with -if.

e :. trouble and, minimum part,, I','
o a expenae- your
FU Math
USATF, win report luBe How Does a Coet? r 4 .'

I ChI U after Tynd.ll a furtough Field near her Panacea wH| .A baler, MxlfaM-tncb**, 1M Ib. 'capacity,, enough for 'jLm'Do' You Go About .

hit parenta. Mr. and Mr*. 'J. A. avwtc* family, !costlyi$1s.00 to $11.00 a year. There to a .. -':.--- '
SigaW for ?
Rotbertiaia. Rotherham was grad. arnan .charge for, preparing and packing foode average Up a ,

uaUd M pilot on May U at the being Ie per Ibexamplet: harp, freezing fruit and To Qet.priortties io,'buiW,thlt plsaf"ttu'governnantyegetablle UiaM*, ", I

'?CatvmbiM laid. after"(Miss training) at Army Mteon Air, *, ic per Bx) cooUlII.wrIPPJII: and freezing beet loaf W per cent of' the JocbI'I'be. ,- d-UP la advance a* ;

+-y V O4 and Avon eHigadua it rpoI'k.: ic,bar Ib 1'otIlCCIIItper'WU1.: ,rarely, be r'OOftJI. the pubMc' WANTS *ueh a'servloe. Futt details ", i""

'110 I of above 80c** week tor the average family and other Questions. atwered: ,-ahcRT. !
'Ip'tIIhooJ. and I former member of :: .
'"., -.. abet band.,
r e e .

Oi and Mjr.Twaa Blois elCotaabita For further nets< or wMea.ion ,see, write or 'ptone: ,
; !\I HIM, and tea, gel, ,
stl'rlsrd Sunday to \tatt ,Mrs.patwta. ""
\ Mr igf ... O.M efieId" \

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