Title: The leader-enterprise
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 Material Information
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 9, 1944
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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: VID00650
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
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dred Donation dollar of(or almost one-third( I Prayers of Soldiers--and- Civilians- IPB PRIORITIES FOR PLANT

have been mad --- -----..-. _. .
$1200 goal) Mark Invasion Day 'at' Homestead ,
fund for erecting the Lava Scarred Bomber The purchase of a .*Ue for the f
District, service '
roll Redland In the triangle Most of' the.church of the, Homestead Army Alt I Field. Lands at Local Field South Dade Quick Freezing plant
area were open for Prayer and A prayer service for the : WM announced yesterday: by Oeo.
Homestead poet office, it "' sue- '
meditation .throughout D-Day "Th Dying Maverick, a B->&
nounced at a meeting of tea of the Invasion ws conductedby N, Wakefield. who ha obtained ;
;and Catholic and Mitchell bringing horn
Tuesday special bomber a
mlttet in th1, city hall Pr. A. L. Burgreen In St.John's for this purpose the former Camber '
Protestant services were held a& crew of veteran of air combat
night Episcopal Church Tuesday Novelty Work property
over Italy an4 Germany, landed
Contribution to the morning, and special prayer were S.W, Second st. and First ave.
be mad through committee SAILOR MISSING offered gain at Holy Communion recently at Homestead Army AirField The concrete block building awl
n f Varied experience
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here or they maybe MIlt on Wednesdsy. which Included being almost de three lot were bought for 11,500
Honor Roll Fund In cart At the First Baptist I Church''of mollihd by showered lava In an from the City: of Homestead
First National Bank of NEARLY2YEARSM'LKEHAD 1 -member Vetuvlu through ,the council Monday
Homestead came andwent eruption of
s sad,. Secretary might
announce ; throughout the day, reportshe Piloting the big plan on Its '
lose the
.Carson [ I { Rev, ,L. R Crantford, pastor homeward 'flight WM Pint IX However the sroa may
The get ef Mmes for? i : Ch". t.. Flnke of Ball Antonio. opportunity to have the quick:
on the board.|f far, front The Woman' Society of Chris- freezing plant,unless reeervatlonf
pleto. aye C.: 'f: Jfonrian, Oiell Doubertr 2i..r-old'' tim Service met for prayer In for (9 more locker are mad immediately -

, n\t'IIi'>! who seamen wound class'. "'eamwy sloe rst Methodist."...Ch !F1t of $224,000QUOTA ," Mr. WakdWld'. warned"A..
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;.f yesterday: 'Ch nundred" forty
to ttiali I lived In Homestead, ba*, been
u.ml'a of district and locker have been tented, but 10 ;
men mining since his hip WM 'aunh A special D-Day mass was conducted
(Continued of public demand for the
tl been declared dead, It was learned noon at Homestead Army AirField '
yesterday, and Protestant" LOAN project) are required by the-War
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I prayer IN 5TH WAR Productftw Board before priorities
Own wa a ion of Mr. and Mr*.1 services were held in the base will be granted More than
B. t Douberty who now live In ehapel'4t 1M P..m. by Chaplain
The $,000,000 fifth war loan live hundred permit already have
MAY BE Miami His parent this Wilier. Th chapel wa open drive will open officially on Mon been Wiled of a quota, ef 550
week received the Purple Heart throughout thdsy_ and soldiersdrifted day, June 12. and will cloa July quick freezing plant lit tat tMUDtted.
ON RmLAND which was awarded posthumously In and out to offer prayer .. Individual will be asked to States. Mr. Wak.tleldIC

Unable to Vv* their poet toItt.nd subscribe for. ",o00..ooo,000 worthof ;:.
Oiell enlisted In the naval re services In the chapel clvlllsn bond 1* planned to have the plant
'1'tie city council Monday fat 1MO and was on the aircraft employee of the bas fin A quota of fT24.000 hu been set agree a* a tort of clearing house
voted to purchase far $ carrier" Wasp during the attack department held their own services for the First National Bank' of where locker.holder may gain Information -
20-acre! tract on Redland on Pearl Harbor. He hart In the fire station with O. P HontMtaed 'an d' s WtlTJ.OOO on. obtaining fruit and
I youth of Mowry at., for the made several trip to Malta and OotAell In charge. ; quota for Dad County vegetable. free or et tow cost, Mr,
the proposed city incinerator .. studying to be t mechlnlaf
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ject to approval by th*' I when his ship'WM wink.
toning board,. The ate wa In addition to the parent,' sur ;.JaM i.a.r"L! Mr' j[' lf3l1 I
. ommended by T. ft Kirby '* Include a sister, Mr*. Jut '
,Brooar ,JrVand"B. W. Thompson at. Dcfunlak Not Affeeted by Cut .WMC Furi> ),COUNTY BUDGETS.
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!- veajeMMI) Mieivil1 ls prlng* and three brother fend
,i j" '.council ,to Inveetfett* ...., sister' In Miami ,Lamer, Local',farmer* were assured this I The InclutUon by' WMC (If RUM ",SUN FOR
cation. \ myt "Jr, Bobby, Wenona, week Congressmen... Pat Cannon Puerto Rico and Virgin Island no.tlohale .
.. j. ,Tttt otHoeQ-accepted : ,. and Barbara Jean that there will be no biter 'In' the labor Importation
.t ,Matthew bid of Wft' ,for,, r\lptlon' In'.,the Importation of. program caused the rejection of RURAL FOE AIDMore
.' fog the, city book from Are',Rstt' 8ia&i yen field hand from the Bahama Islands tile proposal by "'fU1t committee
', 1MI to July 21. 1044. .Pr *r"'.'to!e Fkaned and:Jamaica to'cultivate member who fear that ou.- adequate tIN protection ;.
:.A bulMtac *rmit ** Florid',crow In plte.trf the.recent'rejection American,will not be returned I tor rural Dade County la assured
:Dr. 1. A. BrnMi t* the Plan for a rat eradication by the Route ofRepreeeitativgs home when no.longer needed and by the earmarking by the county
'not .f an additional wing will be mapped Wony appropriation will remain'here in unfair competition I budget board ef' IH.500 in the
local bospJtaL night at a Joint meeting of -.mIUte of tilt War Manpower with native worker M4-4S budget for new fire fight.
t Other 'npelr'pennJtt .. Princeton and RedUod ear Commission proposal to, bring 14It. .- florida: Imported labor has been Ing faculties. The fire equipment
: water Raymond Insua MM: "stations, In the Princeton .. workers from ff-chor to* drawa entirely from she Bahama- will coat HUM and personneland
] 4 Ruff tTM;' Mia Marl ,Frank W. Oilman will land*; Jamaica pool and will be unaf maintenance ",100.
v '$170;. Robert Mays, .$118; se' procedure to the group.' In, totegruM IfrnoVy to i.t.1: feted by: the IcgUUtive'Mtioa, I Commission Chairman preaton
r Otis black, flM.. Man UM 'leUt.aeeUatv.. v. HMT L, CX** ter. Oannon wMt"Our Mv Chandler pointed out. I (Continued **) Page four)
,\ r. 1MMMHM, s JJi ilssl. :apses afjriwMnMl program un- "
.!. ?Gra. .reaa A&Wd i4l des tile ft** ktMft to a refresh' .. .lltT..>... P..M* tonMiN in '
,.Awe6r r.is,. t.-r r, ram. In first *M. All tn.pweaM farm tebar"ftpproprlatien fact of I MM}w i4o Cofttol Is Cited by &etz 'I;
01 ;*r* .invited,:to u. ,i"vrtatloA.oR
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':.r, rC4d., tanners :ohelil n =.. 1. As De A Blew to Yellow Fever in U. S.
I.. bur pMt experience: and .
t:'their next seasons acreae** feM A strong case for public cooperation .
!available labor and: r= jTiTTaM* BjT;r"rht. == COONTY"BRAD I ,with mosquito control 19 Arrests Made In Mar, -\

R \ W. Lin, former chairman agencies wa made before the $289, ,In Fine Collected
.,l"JorIda..V"flable '' two negro MMptcU In the ,Redland Lion Club Tuesday Bight! f
]iterate, despite,recent ; May X of Led JJemetk.! OF ASYLUM ISBACKEfl8V11I i by Fred H. Stuts, director of DadeCounty A Iow"'*f U arrest during May
criticism of 2 statement '. filling station and store were mosquito control. wad reported "y Chief of Police
t. 'q' eflert which be made at the ..... overt to the erimlMl court ) I Although mosquito-carried malaria O. R. Sullivan at the council'
I' ':!Isis,*f.the committee la !,record after trail June 1 bet and yellow'fever cause appalling city
Mr tivQrower .Peace Justice Sid U Ken- death f.tee'bi India meeting Monday night x
', should cut down The pI'OpCIIIIl.that Dad County Greece'and China, mosquito control A (rouse In. Redland owned by
Mt agi* known to be *use) Howard PimUr, It we jailed provide a site and construct a ) ba prevented the appearance Fritz Rutzke WM destroyed completely
lit season when cabbage .... be could sot p rt up the building for branch,hospital of of yeOaw fever In the 'United by fire early la May, according 1
role and celery were, a w4 .iulred WM bond but Jamarelsiisj the OteMahoochee tote ImUtu* Metes state 1908, Mr Stuttpetatodott. to the report of Fir Chief
, ,. M" under..*! ton fer.in* kisses WW be Intro Elmer Sullivan four grass fire,
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: 'Mt.'iIi dueed by CrtnmliHim"f!!& tunas Mushrooming air travel has ad auto fire:which; 'caused no
'. I b ajUUnf patriotic met Ifce .agios* ar* accused of pH- Preston B.' Bird "*. the stale made towssaaj vigilance br the damage, a minor blaze In the r.
;,, H he plow ewty wsaaaie =', am tiro) ems'4Mma pujtly aanhrBisNOaera', association 0..... heblivli*Mb Service, M0 E. c. rrnter House OB 8. Flag.
Maty aM HartUlwr'cm .. tae saaeeakar eta rs lsr, a Jew ..... will .meet July weary to prevent the Introduction Jar eve,were tssyended t* by the
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:; '. ' Pvt. Wyno't parents,Mr, and' Mr*. the war department ..:J dcr1 moved recently .from.
: )It .. .. .. J. G. W'IUPvt.. Wynn has a IV to 100 H. /.iecond st, Fort )

. day delay en route from Camp I Tom Harris Jr., and Arnold Ierd' ? N-. .* . "
OUR MEN IN 'SERVICE I >!>
Blending, where he took his basic MiDwaJa left Wednesday for the : Cpt Li..M> ,
leklnaon. Jr
, training to Maryland where naval baa at Camp Perry, Vs. I .t.
'" "" .. .. .. '' he will report for assignment I where they"+will take their basic dio gunner Columbia, 141
Dickinson
.. . 'training Misses Vara and Anne attended a' family i|

Teamwork Secret of Air Squadron'sPacific Sgt Tomcat Bell of Camp Haan, Rheney entertained at the Rhe- union last week-end:, in Allan
Cal., Is on furlough at the home ney home Monday evening witha Pfc. Harry Bowen of
Success Says 1fai.V. A. Freer of his stepfather and mother, Mr. farewell party...tor tha.boys. Field, Utah, is tm furlough it'
ra:
( and Mrs A. E. Paul i home of his parents, Mr and U
. [ Air Cadet E. Wlllard Norman
I Corporal Frederick, A. Orehek,! vember; Major Free had to "shoothis after D. L. Bowen. fi
Pvt Ralph Bevis has returnedto left Tuesday for Chicago '
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Maria Corps out,* knocking down"Vil" a
way his former tank battalion in I spending a furlough here with hit Petty Officer Bill J
Cetnbat OerrespeBdenlMarine I (nickname for Japanesedive Italy after being! hospitalized for i parents, Mr. and Mrs.: E. J. Norman Jr.. Is now stationed at the as y
bomben the one-sided ,
In
Corps AIr Depot, Mlrt- ) wounds received at Anzio on Feb. Jr. yard Philadelphia 'wherewa I
:' mar Ol.-Attributing the success fracas."I 4 for which he wa awarded the I, ( Joined this week by Mn
i of hit hard-hitting "Hell Houndt" rode the Jap down from Purple Heart. Mr. and Mr: J. Carl (Butter) Van Winkle, USN ronlmo who had,been visiting i
fighter squadron to consistent 16,000 feet to 5,000" blazing lead R. Bevlt received a letter written son of Mrs. Harry Strader, has the Ceronlmo home in
: teamwork Marine Major WilburA. Into him all along, he said "Un-' May 13 by their son saying that been returned to his ship after City She plant to return
able to out of the dive, the
Free, it, of Iwmestead. Fit. Val pull he was leaving the hospital and hospitalization 'for several weeks Florida City when?,he U
crashed Into the water. I
stated upon hit recent arrival here Major Free was awarded the his release was confirmed later by 'In England. Mr, and Mn. Sirs- overseas.
from the Southwest Pacific that
Air Medal ,for Mi victory. .He
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.. ..'' .th.J'P't"IWto| ; employ! damaged two other: enemy bomtA .
teamwork under
I i fire. en in that, melee; they 'disappeared
t As commanding officer of theaqusdron In smoke, but were f Slid U am f elks! My tang isel
t Major Free personally claimed only al "probabtea." yos
accounted for three.and one-hall Cashing in on the "Jackpot of 1 : '
Zeros. -" over RabauU' Major Free
He told how the squadron hot scored his other two and one-half
down a total of 67 enemy planet victories there and also 'racked
\, while operating from Vella La- up five more "probabks"Rabaul t rw
o vella. Bougainville and Green I.
really was a happy
land against the Japanese In the hunting ground," he declared !
Northern Solomons and New The squadron bagged as many as I
:Britain areas. Piloting .Corsairs, ," '
18 Zeros In a single day : I
th* Leatherneck )knocked down ,In getting hit last kill over:Ra-
61 Zeros within a six-week period baul the'major had a dOlt brush
scorching air battle over Ra- with death. Three Zero closed
fcauL In on him, etch spitting bullets
Caught In a whirlpool of 40 lap A 20-millimeter shell tore a large : HEBE'S WHAT I
dive bombers while covering the hole in his wing, severing a hydraulic -.
landing at Bougainville lilt No- line. He managed to reverse : CAR DO FOB TOUT! -
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his petition "walk up the -MR IMA Pe.w -
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Strt. Dodson Commended tail" of one Zero and send It c: .. .,:

\h k .""Somewhere in England" down In flames. y"'ji'':::=:'.:Pen
Major' Free led a division of '- .. ..... ,... --
, An Air Service Command Stat fighter planet through 75 raid on ..., ......'_ lilt .r,. 0"ofy.
t lion "Somewhere in England" enemy territory during hit many ,........., ,...."...wa.......- t
.. Sgt. James Henry Dodson, the sonY months of overseas duty Fellow ....... ..- Ie ..... ... ..# lie.;....
Y' of Mr. and Mrs J, H. Dodson of pilots referred to hint ala I.. IIN robot Ie cosy ,M4ra.IMa. ;
r Homestead, Fit, It now overseas, "skipper who never shirked a .'...,.-...- ',
helping to "keep 'em Hying" with combat mission" .. Se as" r w1 I.r Mp..iJ J
I "' 4 aircraft section of t large airservice For relaxation the tall well- ........-......-...-!I
I.I.I t command depot "some built commander learned the native =-...":: =. : :: ...
where In England. 'knack ,of speir-flthlng and 01- : .
Sgt. Dodson and the men of this often provided clam-chowder for J .e..r pt....-,.as 14P
l section help to'keep our combat the Marines by hooking thirty- .. ...t.
J plane the best in the aerial battle pound tropical 'clam. Once. As's_.-.-........a Wists...,a >.,. "tis tr
being fought in the skies over large octopus almost ended his 4ewhlade sl es Wes Iofeerrae.... iti. '4
f Germany by adding the .most uptodate fishing career, but the major "". ..... .. ....... ....... ...., It ., '
Improvement to ship after killed ity before Its powerful ten- -...-r.,..........hW W pelw.r.rlo
t the new Invention are per scles could ensnare him ....Mer4A rN year..... Ow 9;
fected.SgVDodton. A graduate Homestead High :al. jJrisKi ZTLfc; ::
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Eastern t*M Af .
It one ft the men SchooXiMaJor, Free attended .
foasnow is bow
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. recently commended by Lt General Nazarene College and received c:

Carl Sputa, commanding a bachelor degree from I..........., ;.......'... -'
general of the United States Strategic University of Idaho, prior to altering 9111[ tticlumvJlst
Air Forces in Europe, when Marine Aviation. He.was < KUM ifs 1OLL tSsII
I production at the depot wee Increased commissioned In July, 1M1, and ..
j by over 100 percent was promoted to his present rank 1\1Jf7
last October. Hit mother Is Mrs.J. ...
f Albert W Hainlin Wins XT, Free of Homestead.

, i r Lieutenant's Gold Bar Pvt. and Mr*f. Garland Wynn .. fj

! Albert W. Halnlin recently was are spending several days with 3"
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fleer'candidate COW'M"at Aberdeen
r t Proving Ground, Md., and
wet Commissioned a second lieutenant -
f tt Halnlln I* attached to
the ordnance officers' replacement -
I at Aberdeen) Proving RED LAND BRAND FERTILIZERSCon&ul't
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Ground. A son of Mr and Mrs.
Neal E; Halnlm of 635 N.W.4tth
tt, Miami, Lt. Halnlln formerly
made his home here with tn \ .
I, uncle O. A. Halnlin. of Bedland '." :\ j,..: . ':' .... : ' "' '
rd. and Halnlln dr. . : :, .
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t Fred Kucha, Jr. has been promoted " ,
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about fertilizer requirements
to corporal at the army airbase us your -
In Boca Raton.

I Pvt Wm. B... (.Billy) Cave 'has 'I' ." ., i for the coming' year. ,
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been transferred the army signal .: .F.. ,*. (i i
corps from.. the infantry at :
I Camp Croft S. CoMre.. Cave 1 Due to government! .regulation and shortv \ .
>'and their son,.'Jackie, have gone ..: ViJi"vw/:;/' .t HT- } :; :-

tq' Sptrtanburg to 'Visit him. ,1t): .A ; ,ages of several materials we wflf not beable .to, .'. ,.. '
Robert M, Caves ha bees commlMloned *' ,
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4 'and It taking an ensign Indoctrlnal In' the training navy; !:. make ALL of our regular: mixtures: But Roe will] :. ': .

y a in Hollywood, Mr,.Caves, who U '

9i 'plaiting Tennessee now, plans with to reUtlvei Join him.In I do 'ear best, te supply;las'near as possible'what

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listed>to 'th* mvy and will fit'j .. Ak 'i: :;"e ,,' .Pa .ft'1.t, .i ;" : 9. i t.,< ,
to Miami,on' June 15. He and J "
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Mrs Oossman will upend the
.....-enclln Key West where Mr.' ; '

a Gasman. .1* Woyed.Pvt. I Flofi-Hia East Coast Fertilizer Coj' ., '

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clima. -of the war II af bind. for American dollar*-If bll. ,4

The supreme,military. risk- .lions ./ firm...la to enable I'
bloody, costly U American, our fighting men to carrythrough'
live; the grim bloody aa
sault to a successful: conclw*
bur boys' know this. They aton and Victory.Not .
don't have to read the heartrending 'I
headline or casualty
just American dollars
lists to know what it expected ., ,
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But they are not flinching You must buy War Bond*-
.10: not holding back. now I At least tw/c a* much r
aa you boughtrlast time. If :
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I through to the bitter you are already buying Bonds .'t
victoriou end. on a pay-roll caving plan.
buy EXTRA Bonds during .1
And If, for your boy, or torn' this Drive.
boy you know, the price of
Victory U death, you can be Your Government I I. count
absolutely certain that be f
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did his part courageoualy... '
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lions of Ihm-er. countingon
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grand climax of the war I It at as you are counting on then* ,
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MKSTEABtlABERAxo.rarrtapBisi Mr. and Mra. E. D.'Ta.lor.1eft pounds. S mp'U good June 11 .

(Continued From Pale One) Tbitrtday for Blab!", 'C M....: Stamp 4. good t'tOl''I' ,pounds pf

serving In the armed force. It 20 Years .AIIfHHH'II Frank Haufman..wlll :Accompany, canning 'sugar through' *' Feb...si of.
I ....*.! to IMS It suggested also that churches In then.. far ai'BUVeley anal-then next /ear.' '

the area lend te their Individual the will (o to points 'furthernorth. ,Spare stamp Sf good for 10

,r.hh h.4 PrW.re .e n..a... his, honor roll*. !! IIIIHIHIII !JHI'II'he !! ." v peunda of canning. sugar through n
Is m ....b D.& r.bmbw Os.pe w. *Mri. X.H. Fliher mod'cliidrett, rune SO of .
All yet, Perrtne seem to be ........ ..... ..wI Mildred' Ruth'nd Virginialeft; = thlf year."SHOE ,
more thoroughly teavaaaed than t... ee.b.r ass tow amid *' AlrpUoe tamp 1 and '
> other 11100.40" w ..... tram GO. 11110 of for Bradentowa Saturday. .1 .(! good Indefinitely..OASOUNSUAII.
rf..A.1Iclln any eomrnuipityotthe argil' .. : MW 4 Gladys A"erton PAR, .
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> say. Mr. Carson, but plans are r.: Oft$, I 'coupon good;
bush -Oft .. t : leave Saturday,lot Atlanta.where through Aug. 6. ,
ti".UD gtaJOT being made to canvas an
w a ness firms and residents of the sow _. ... Ism she "will take a course In rnlUUery. )-1 FUEL OlL-Period 4 and 8 .

: district whe have not had opportunity The tomato. grower of Dad I coupon remain good through
W arWi 'The high school alumni In the
to contribute to the fund. County, represented by a com.mittee I Sept, SO.
vicinity of Homestead held a reunion
According to Treasurer T. E. headed by E. N. Webb, appeared at the home of MISS Dorothy .

i is Drft OMCMFT10N o.i.n a 'M*. W urea I a M>. ntASYLUM Kirby up until IWeday June 6> baton the county commissioners and MISS Mary Tower.on Friday
a etak the lid of contributor was M and the hr ,.....
n. requested evening . Mn. Tower Was,
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a Seri t fl. .a....... 11,110t follows: Mn. J. B. Tower Mra. J. board to extend financial aaaia* the teacher, who ruled with a
F. Beck Miss Dorothy Roll Mill lance . to fight the nallhead whip about six feet long. . ." j jt CAB SERVICE

l1Wmd Antoinette Mo,., E.'E. Bailey, R. rust, which according t* the committee M N....... .t......N....N N...f. .1
1 es am.a..sd et ..ter.. ...are. ....onow.. eat P. Barfleld. F. L. Templar. Frank has coat the grower of the
=: \ Your Dates With .I raoaabto .....
.. Hti .... w sea Walker Chaa.Pratt J. R. BrooJu.HUI" county from 1000.000 to I1.SOO.. .
( 11-0 .. L"16 Bemis Ca Barber, Daniel' 000 the part aeaeonThe committee UncleSaIR I

"I William. P. 3, Franklin, 1t. L. was given assurance that Davy Phone : ... 9108
BRANCHES Lawrence Paul Haley, P, J. assistance would be granted, andJ. .._................................1
( Waatgate, W. H. Woods Ralph D. Redd was appointed a apeelal MEATS. FATS- Xed 10-point Night Phone 239
: (Continued Front Page OM) I Done Dr. Goo D. Ruehle, E, J.Norman committee to confer with the stamps Al through Wl good In-]'

i pool Jot a county clearing house ; Jr, S. J. Lynch, Walter lro-I'I. . definitely. BOMX8TEAO CAB WtnCII
; for the mentally ill was supported I Weiaa, E. A. Carter, A. R. M.,- "The tint of a aerlei of gamesbeing PROCESSED
by Mr. Bird when tint advanced I bem, Don. Ferreyra, Andy Ter- arranged by the Redland point stamps Al GOODS-BIIaIIO.j O. FluMMr Frei

iT by the Did legislative delegation burg D. P. Blake, J. M. Holferty, team will be played Thursday afternoon indefinitely In1
t to the IMl general awembly. H. M. Olbba, A. E. Smith Earl at 3:30: between the Red- SUGAR-SUmpf 10 ana SI

1 In the original proposal the Cravey, T. E. Kirby, Kit Canon. Und team and the Miami Furniture *
t branch of the state hospital also Ideal Holding Co., and Hector I Co. team. The Redland

would serve other tooth Florida Supply Co.MOSQUITO. I lineup follow: Harvey Cowman, ROLLER SKATEFOR
counties and would afford patients p; Bill Mead, c: Red Graham Ib;
authorized treatment until 'Clyde Coiiman. 2b; Abner Morgan
: t'ONTROLI' ti; Otis Oouman Ib: John FUN AND HEALTH

institution (Continued From Ed. Gunn rf; Fritz Rutxke, Ifi;
of persons already Infected with Guy Howard, cf; Will Brpenbach. Beginners' 10.11 A. M,,..............................--FREE

RURAL FIRE AID moaqulto-born diseases, he aaid. D. Behreru, substitute fleldera." Afternoon, 3:30: to 6............................................JJ5c
There are only three or four "Following a talk by Principal Night, 7:30 to 9..45c
; (Contmiiid From Page One) dangerous type the 31 L. E. Bennett at the Luncheon
+ B. that among Night, 9 to 10:30-: .........._......................"HM-NU..35c
Bird says the necessity varieties of moequltoe: found In Club, the members voted to get
3 for more equipment and personnel Dade County he Mid. Possibly behind a movement for filling .In (Rental of Skates Included)

was emphasized by the S.OOO IS per cent of the local moaqul- and beautifying' the ichool
y woods tin late In April which I: ton breed In'the salt manhe ground Will Crow. Charlie Har. HOMESTEAD SKATING RINKN.
Swept over a two-aquare-mito and Steps have been taken toward, per and Gordon Thompson were
area wilt of Redland ML, and their eradication In the drainage appointed by Acting,' President
which was brought under control of such marshes from Miami to Landon Carney committee to I Flatter Ave. Oi aealto VSOI

only when county force calledIn below Goulda, arrange for and ,carry, ,out the, I.Baroot .
Inore than one hundred foldler-

S volunteers and fire fighting equipment -
from' Homestead Field.

At pveaent..Ded* has four! Mtlv .

spars fire fire 11.lItln"illite'truck which 1* and-bed a JQ\M\ GUlFk'Mt1:8i: akd WlClU8ri:

at the county: stockade, The new
budget will make | | alxactive
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will permit' patrol areas Ube >> .
t l reduced L. H, Greer of the i iI ,
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local fire control unit now pi-I
troll all the territory 0"and

west of Gould . dei
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Wukefield aald. A kitchen will -"Ie..
Included with other
be along t. ...... who earn e..4I.. ....
t modern facilities, ao that renteriwho

wish eo do ao may tbem- If you want to be In the fortunate group
selves prepare their foods for
1.' freezing, he sold who wig still be riding to work In automo-

A 30-pound hamper of beana bliss, Join OulTa "Antl.Breakdown" Club '
a can be1' prepared by plant attendants > today. How do you d4 it? Juit come In for

and quick frozen' tot X Cuffs Protective Mlnt nvtc* PUn

cents, he said, or vegetables can This plea was conceived by 'up n. in
be frozen for one cent a pound If
Gulf it bieauae Car
car.can. developed
the owner Afterhe removal
from locker frown maintenance la a moat Important clviliaa v "

fords will remain palatable frr Job, (a out of 10 war workers use utoroo-' ,
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j ImiMreaatvenee. But do. not mnjfUBf .-...i aaate eau ......__.. HMMM, er Speak to htaa at .,jf'
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I q. a..WtIn.'rvt."Stfttth.wwas .:'sobbrolennsou'or--Put":end f'IIIt..oWI ( itls aaw. a gddausb ;
stationed at Camp Cruber, but Mrs. Robert Glenn Jr. U visiting .....Ia-"... ;
n In d came south when her husband was in-Hollywood with his ..maternal Mr*. JT. r. McCrary, the former t '
n ground t=California tor sW,. grandparent, Mr. and Mrs C. 1LV Ml* Loll Behren M goo to p
meal Mates. West Point. MU; V apend the
J. I:. McClung KM returned to Miss Mary Jo Cloee 'has been summer with Chaplain McQnuy !
Homestead' his store this week! after an ahifnc -" returned to her home from Strrancli who I* stationed there d >
: of several weeks during Hospital -w.hert at* un- Mr*, frank Potter and Ml** "
I{ which he underwent an opera- derweot MI operation on May >U Dorothy Dohreoi are spending

'I tlon on hu ton eye Mrs. David TUley and childrenof two week with relative. in. Birmingham. i
f'Mn. .L. B. Crantford, Jr. and Detroit are guest of Mr*. 'rUItr. '" .
1t1Let. Oeo. W. Koert Jr. and lag friend and relatives. I ton Bobby, will leave tomorrow parents Mr. and Mrs. H. Mr. and Mrs. ft. L Trotter will
, ldren' ,Margaret and Richard, Lt. Robert Ginn baa beep tren*. tat a visit with relatives la Columbls. M. OIbb leave today to spend the summer
L"' :"" left Sunday for Mr. Kasai.Camp, Fannln, tarred to California and Mrs. Ga. before going to Cb U Mr. and Mr*. A< t, Were anddaughter la Indiana '
:: rem &e Join Gina left Wednesday afternoon to tonnage lor the Munmor, Louisa, anoved Sunday Miss Virginia Walker to attending '
>'1 t \Jim Ivan Moaer left Wedne return to their former borne In The a.., Michael 1'Ixthe' to Sdgewater, nor, near Mew the summer restock 'a* /
:',1 ,\ day by plans for Tallahaaaee to Brownsville, TM.
Sacred Heart Church Ia expected Smyrna Beach Ponce de Leon High School
tr".& JflPl'P'Mlt.lie. urch of Homestead Flret at Methodist the annualt Mr. and Mrs. John Osmundno to return,tomorrow from a one Mr. and Mrs. Q. 'N. Pierce and Mrs f. A. Leggett and Alice land
.d conference After .aonter.eooecshe' Of Miami and ion Jimmy pent week retreat at 8t Leo'". FU.Mf daughter. Robs and Nadlne, wm Billy Cromanle, ell of Chosen 'f
week-end here with Mr. Osmundton's and Mrs. H. Eo Schaff have
:will vWt relative InSnaw leave June 2] for a visit of see arrived, last Wednesday to
brother-ln-lsw and lone to HendenonvlU ,to upend oral week with relatives In visit Mn. Leggett's aoa and
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.. ,. Miss. and near Memphis, f
: '.\ ,. sister Dr. and Mrs. A. toogan.. the summer Jacksonville.Mr dsughter-la-Uw, Mr. and Mr.
lti' 'ftaaa Ben F. Kin-. Jr. left Friday I Mr. and Mr*. Stewart Sprinter *. EUtabath Fuoh of Coral Cecil Walker. Alice and Billy 'I
k Or*and Mrs. O. Sewell Palmer tor Staten Island N. Y4 after a who bought the Noah Peterson Cable I* a house guest this weekof returned home Sunday, but Mr*. '
r fot the First Methodist Church ot visit here with hit parents. Mr, residence 01N.W, Sixth at, Mrs. H K. Foulk. Mrs. Foulk Leggett will remain for a longer.
and the Rev M. X.
Homestead and Mr*. B. F King I moved there on Monday. Mr. will spend the week-end In Coral
' l dyer of the Silver Palm charge Mrs Oyto Sedgewick Cooper and Mr*. H. S. Springer of MIami Gable with Mr, and Mrs. Given Visit.Mn. B. A. Tlbblt will move 1'
., [are attending the annual center.ante has left for her summer home in' Mr. Springer parents, 'are Victor eon. from her home at 8M K.Krom .
' [ -In .Tallahaatee.Mr Blowing Rock, N. O, where she!making their home here with Mrs. John A. Ricks ot Miami i eve, to the house next \
. : B. J. Story and children, will remain until October Miss thejp. Stewart Springer came by Shore la, expected her soon to door on N.W. Fifth at. which *heaM '
, t taut-one, Jimmy, Nelda, Carolyq Anne Ryan will remain at their!plane from Jacksonville to spend visit her daughter, Mrs T, U :own*. It" being redecor* ,
f and Ronald left Monday for Way- home In Redland. i last week-end with his family, Hodge atad.
a: {cross, Ga., where they will make Mn Grace McU Smith left,and expect to go soon to fort Miss Dorothy Moon will leave Dr. Ceo. D. RueMe and S. J. ,.1
"a,, B their home Mr. Story 1* serving yesterday to visit friends and relative Myen where he will be employed I: tomorrow for Tallahassee where Lynch of the Subtropical XxperU: I' .
with the Seabee,, and wait here In Macon and other points ,by Reed-Martin Co. of Tampa the will attend summer session at menu Station spent several day .
| recently on leave. of Georgia, Later she will go to and Fort Myen I the Florida Slate College for Wo- this week In Gainesville on. Ita- i
t" Mr. and Mr*. W.lter' Thompson Washington D. C. and to Baltimore i 1 Mr*. Irma Murray Of Tamp- U tlon business. Mr. Lynch. "
Jleft Saturday for California and will be a house guestof |visiting at the home of her par' men.U.. u...) M7I'OIL Potter, Jr, turned home Wednesday and ,Of, t
\r I visit their son, M-Tech Sgt. WalIter her cousins, Mr and Mn How ;ents Mr. and Mr*. C H. Shaw. j of the Seabees, left Friday tor Ruehle I* expected today. '
J Thompson Jr USMC ard Walker, at their country estate Mr and Mr. Roy Murray and California after spending a leave Joy Lee Margaret and Betty
*. Lee Burgreen elder son on the eastern shore of Maryland lIOn, Billy, left Friday for Pave, here with his wife and their baby Stlllman and Patricia Robinson y 11
Dr and Mn A. U Burgrem, Mn Smith t* expected to,Ca Mr. Murray, civilian employee daughter Sandra Louie. His arrived home Tuesday night from
eIved fe broken toe recently return here In the fall where he of the fire department at father, Myron L Putter, returned Montverde School. ,
an Iron beam fell on his spend the winters wlthher son-!Homestead Army Air Field, it home Saturday to Warehouse A daughter Judith Carteene,, i fl
In the Maryvllle, Tenn, alu- in-law and daughter, Mr. and leave until June 11. 0111 1 I Point Cone after a two-wtek (Continued on Page Seven) fi j
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where he had been Mn Joel J Robinson .
:,: m plant - ,
",,; I working Mr. Burgreen has been J. H. Dodson former Homestead .. \ f
i> graduated from"MaryvUlo Col- postal clerk, has accepted J
'I Si .lego where he,we* a theological employment with the state road '
, if student, and will enroll within department. NOW FOR THE BIG PUSH f : '
' t I.i a 1 the next few weeks for the'sum- Mn J. J, West of Jacksonville.
'>"r ,teislon at, the University arrived yesterday .to visit. her
;South .ln"Sewnnee" Tenn5Rfert broth"';ln-1aw and sister, Mr. and
: 4: Earl Burgreen. Jerry Mrs S, L: West, at their home,on
COlt and. John Youth will attend Roberts rd.
14"the;JTplacopal camp.tor! boys which, Mn. Corbett Smith arrived 1{
wlU open J.une *Mt"qamp.Wing,<< :Tuesday for:a two-weekvieitwjt: | |, .;r
81.II.. Avuf pirg: J" her' brother and sister-ta'law,
I *{ NrI. Bowling G .Dye, of.Coral Mr. and.Mrs Clyde Parker. Mr.*.
Gabjc*:spent"Tuesday here. :visit- Smith had been living In Musk -

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I.,Ir fb. -t''e= o Press Soor npHIS is rrl Tit li the Wg push buy I* so meek more power behind ' \ .
I JL tom have been waiting fort the big push.,,th* posh IBM ri ,
l I riotiry, fair i This Is the "wo hoar" Out Sght. will send Hitler and Tojo Into ob
Ia ye+ !'lade 1ft your the r log mta are resdr-readr to strike livion. 1J '
If you wilt'any Please notify .anywhere .4. aaf time ,, aorhow Get beaM &. lavatlon drivel '
phone d'vredory listingS. at oncetM: ere. ..; BAR NOTHINOI Invest MORI ban aver heforet, } ,
avtIrW' Oft ce be ceroln What about jut Are year ready Doable. . triplet. what you've rr
701401,01"d present .I ting, 'to ch.dt yo'jr. rullonlties !er\con eas By 1de Bond purchase} leery hood Ioe job ji big--yo e got in Jifl
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cents
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lost.ci month.. iPHOHS f ..'j .', Smith-Graves' Furniture' Company: '< ,

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I. , FACULTY AND UNIVERSITY CLUB HONOR The CalendarJune BETTY JUNE JENKINS 'BECOMES BRIBE '

H MRS. BERNARD pROSISE, RECENT BRIDEMrs. I OF MASTER SGT.. RAYMOND HOFFMAN '

7 M. C Lawrence and Miss The guest list Included memben IS-Meeting of Homestead Miss Bitty June Jenkins,'' "Because" and *I Love You TN11"

:Ante Ferguson were hostesses at of Homestead school faculty and Woman's Club. daughter of Mr*. Thelma Yancey to piano accompaniment
June 14-Meeting of Woman's played by Mist Clarice Dodson.Outoftown .
the Club. Mrs. pro-
reception and shower given for University of Homestead, became the bride
a Club of Homestead. Included
from'the 's guests
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gift faculty was
Mrs. Bernard H. Proslse, the former of M-Sgt Raymond Hoffman of ,
green sH-Wool blanket, and the June 13-MeetIng of Cleaner Mr$ Florence Hoffman -and Mrs '
Miss Virginia Stewart, 1IG Out club's gift was a chenille bedspread with'Mrt Virgil C LolL Syracuse. N. T,, and Homestead DorW'M }t* Syracuse, '
evening of June t at the bom of ,. both 'Of Which were presented June '!Meeting of Homestead -, Army Air Field, In' a Ceremony mother ',and'sister1,of the brideGroom *" ,
Mr. and Mrs, f R. Jutland on ... ,
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\ by .Jan* Thurman and Home Demonstration. performed by thtf Rev; L. BCrantford and: Mr. arid .Mrs.A..' It
X.. Rrom ave. Juanita Smith. June -MeeUhg 'of'Redland Thursday AUoW:saris"thildrety: and:Chief: ': .
at ,4 'ctcicl!:
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program of dances and
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Demonstration
r ,ate was ,presented under the dltectlonof 'J'he'roorni w er. decorated'with Home afternoon, June 1, In ,th* rtrtt Uf: .Officer' Henry. W rnV- '
,June, 17-Meeting ofJennie US f. li of $CS ltJ. :: ; :
)c r MIlt Marie Htnsley. A garden flowers Punch and home- $; Baptist Church Bf Homestead. : ,
with-Ms. A. M. ,
(} dance with a big silver-colored mad cooktes were served in the I Logan Lobdell, Circle The bride' was- givers to,marriage Mrs'xancey, mother of thebntdi'worei "
ball was given by Jan Thurman dlhlng room' of' Dullness by iir"uncle, .Walter1,Fie'ieur. ; bhie"crep* with wilt "
July --Meeting I al>ceaebrles J end:'a* MiRe-cam *;> > ;
;land Juanita Smith to piano accompaniment 'r besides those mentionedwere Attendant
i Women's Circle of Flnt Baptist *.were Mra>y,r, .'
I played byte .Miss : Mr, and Mrs. B. M. Hind Church" of Homestead.: vlth .Mrs.J. ,. rton Eugene .BeechaiTL,,,lifter of Moo cortege.Thv.senUhF: ; *V.f 1\1 rt"Hotfman'feor -" A. ,
.Trances Rutland.. Betty: Lou Luke man, Mr. and Mrs. W R. Bird, R. Dorsey. . .the bride, Miss Coral""hc Alton *< <(urd blue .
presented .i gypsy, dance Mr. and..Mrs. Harry .Cooper,.:Mr. (.: Meeting of .Redland so at Key' Westa COWIln".Df| the mpf'1)Vltb" \fartteCsbluitteisapr., _' > .
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July :
iwblch.Mrs. ivan Moser, laJ Mrs. iet,;:>i>d a'atorugi bf-th. w girl'car1tadloAs >
and A. t. Smiths Mrs. Neighborhood Club with Mn.Oeo. bride, and Mils Dolly Barnett: a '. ' ",
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;, the piano accompaniment. Franklin.McCrary, Mrs. Q. HWakefleld .'p. WrllhL. . classmate. Small Janice Howard > r \ ." .
r Miss Leonora Stewart played Mn W, B. Mills, 'A1IMeet In"- of' Business' Johnson; daughter of pert':and,Mrs. 'ImmedluTety-, .. the 'cere'm6ny7 ,
solos, "Kamennoi Oiterow Mrs. Whlchsrd. Mrs. C a. feceiStlon 'was' tield 'foif
I"I"I'i. John H. Women's Circle, ot First Baptist Howard L. Johnson served M
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j' by Rubensteta, "Country Car Thurman, Mrs.E. H, Gallaher.iMrs. 1'Church of Homestead, with .14.... flower girt. Sgl Max 511)181of the bridalcouple'it-the'lionti of'Shockletord
:; '._" by Percy .Grainger and Ruth Scott, Mrs. ,Ivan Mo- S. 1. West Homestead Field was. best' man. Mr. 'and. Mrs. :!,%41
n Salut d' Amour"* by Elgar.Clalr ser, Mrs, Wm. C Payne, )I.... -, The brides sown .of while .net on NW, ,Thirteenth., Refreshmtnts -
4 de Lune" by Debussy and Green Rives Mrs. $. C Luke, was fashioned on formal line ,."were.'served-"th*:lawt
t Rustle of JSprlng"= by Binding Mlaa Mary Jackson, Mlsi.Mariam MRS. WILLIAMS IS HOSTESS She-,wore ,p ,fingertip length veil fr&rn',. ,table",laid.With M,*heir-
,t' were piano selections presented Hawk,. Emma. Jane Rives ,and E. TO. CHURCH SCHOOL CLASS of the net, and carried ahower loom.handmllde'.linettcloth,which
i by Mia But1"1 B. Blackburn. Mn Casper Williams enter had belonged to:the great-grand-
; l bouquet.of red. and white, carnation
tamed Sunday with'a picnic dinner mother,of !b'.brl4.. The thrts-
; for members of th*' WesleyFellowship and atephanotli. Heyonlyornament tier wedding cake,'topped with a
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IL i B.P.W.C. 'MEMBERS WILL HELP SOLICIT J Class. of which sh*'is belonging to was her a mother.Mra. strand,of pearl miniature bride and soldier

s FUNDS FOR, DISTRICT'S ROLL OF HONOR Ii i teacher. < bridegroom; was served by Mn
Bell
ltam orchid
} Present wert: Mr and Mn. wore Jer- Beecham, and'punch, was poured
i Members of the Homestead B. Hsmmett; membership, Mrs. Ttb- Ceo. Estell and daughter, Sandra ey. and carried an arm b llQlle' bv Miss Bamettet Min Anne
T. W. C. will solicit funds for the bits' ; program Mn. Roy Chandler Mr. and Mrs. Daniel C. of \variegated camatirns' and c""r*' Shackleford ;had charge: 'of the"
1JO district's service honor roll, and ; public affairs, Mrs Ham- Williams, Mr and Mrs. Lloyd and lavender gladioli tied"with bride's 'book.Sgt. :
V[ will take the extensive territory mett; and "publications and pub. Field and son, Robin, Pfc. 'and yellow ribbon and Mrs. Hoffman" left
assigned to them, ,till club decided Hclty, Mr*. Ben Archer Mrs. Ridley Crawford CpL and Mice Alfonso and Miss Barnettt later In the evening for a wed .
.: at a meeting held Monday Mrs. Hammett gave a report of Mrs. Fred J. Fuchs, Jr, Mrs. Wm were clad respectively In blue ding trip to Syracuse, and upon
night at the horn of Mrs. Anna the recent state convention. C. Payne, Mn. Robert McLeroy, and pink chiffon gowns cut on their return' will be at home In
1' i: Ruegg.y The July' and August meetings Miss\ Mary McNetll. Misses Helen similar line, and carried Identical Homestead.Mrs. .
y Chairmanships for the year will be omitted, It was decided and Antoinette Moye Miss Mary nosegays rf pink carnation i }Hoffman was graduated
were assigned by Mn. Kate at and the next meeting wilt be held Roberts, Miss Marybelle Glbbs, and pink gladioli.The !
30, from
May Uometl.4.HIh
I.' follows: education, Mrs. Green Sept.. 4' at the home of Mrs Ar- Miss Lenora Williams, Aviation flower girl wore a floor. School<< where, she was an active"
t Rives; finance, Mn. Frank Kent; cher. Cadet E. Willard Norman, S-Sg length frock of -rote-colored taffeta member of the dramatics class
health, Mrs.'B. A. Tlbblts; International Present were: Mn. Ruegg, Mrs Roy Nelson, Pfc. Gerald. Powell. and Mattered rose petals and" of the 'glee! club. :t She was
,f. relations, Mrs. Emma: Boyle, Mrs, Kent, Mrs. Hammett, and Mr, WUliaml. from a basket Each of the bride'sattendants' active \In athletic {throughout her
; t Boyle: legislation, Mrs. J. F. Mrs Kat* ,and Mrs. Archer. wore a halo! of orange: school career and In her senior

Mitt REDO IS HONORED blossoms, year served ,as captain- Of- the
I! t NEW PRESBYTERIAN PASTOR :AND FAMILY I BT MEMBERS: OF CLUB M'uslo was furnished by clop' cheerleaders

!Il WILL BE HONOR. GUESTS AT RECEPTION. The birthday anniversary of mates of the bride. The Sgt. Hoffman was graduatedfrom
; -- -- - --- --- Mrs Fred Redd was observed tional wedding marches trldl-J ,Syracuse schools: and has
'It. reception will be held tonigh with a shower of miscellaneous i played by Miss Anne been In"service. for the past two
':1'1 In the new Sunday school bulk t DL L J. ELLIOTT TO TAKE gifts at the luncheon Tuesday of and Miss Clorida DeMarla sang years
I ? Ins of the Homestead Presbyter- BRIDE SUNDAY IN MIAMI the Rain or' Shine Club at which I
J Pat Church to welcome the ne w Dr. Russell John Elliott of Mn. Frank B. Rue was hostess.
., pastor, the Rev Bruce Gumming Homestead will wed ,Miss Zelma Present beside those mentioned I T"" DRUG STORE lett nw'4 1'Ur4.1 (If fDIC'"
f and Mrs Cummlng and their) : Rehbein of Miami *t high noon were Mrs. Lee H. Lehman :
y : daughters, Mary Bruce and Vii Sunday at the home of his parents Mn Julian H. Webster, Mn. W. ""'
glnla, Mr. and Mn. A. glllou, 84NW. E.: Rheney and Mrs. Tom Faust :
i { .. Receiving with the pastor and I 4rd place In Miami of South Miami.LEADERS I ,:Jr', -s "II " ,
,
) Wilt After June It, Dr, ,
j JIlt wife be Mr, and Mrs. JH and Mrt Elllott ; j
Bickson and Mr. and Mrs. :W, 'will live'at the home of Mr. OF LOCAL CLUB \ -,---
H. Owens., and Mrs. Sam J. Davis where Dr.. TO TAKE OFFICE: MONDAY .
Elliott Is grove foreman New leaden of the Woman Don't let foot troubles keep you from putting
Club of Homestead will take office ..1#" ?':; you kM Icon Into rout (Job Get the foot :
a CLUB HEARS MIS. CHANDLER at the meeting Monday nigh 1/' f_ product you seed to help prevent and relieve
REVIEW BOOK: ON CHINA when Mrs. H. K Foulk will be ; fc ? a discomfort of suck condiuoaW tIONON
Th Chiangs of China* by] hostess.
Elmer Incoming officers are* Mn IkM O.1ftBUNION
T. Clark: was reviewed by
Mrl Maud E. Ch.ndler.t the Herbert Katz, president Mrs. Augustus PADS 'I' 21c
,
meeting Wednesday afternoon Wynn, vice-president; Assorted sizes. liraiwJ
the Redland Neighborhood Clubat Mn. E. J. Dyal,, second vlce-pres- Specially priced for a time.
tilt dent Mn. H. K. Foulk. recordIng ....II lira Oaltl.CORN .
home of Mn. W. O. Chase.Mrs. ;
r R. A. Holmes told the storyof secretary; Mrs, James L and CALLOUS PADS 21.
Hannah. BIrd, corresponding secretary; '.
Various sues and cllickll_
Specially priced
The group will meet July S Hn. P. J. Franklin treasurer:
with Mrs. Ceo. P. Wright.Present Mrs. Virginia Walton auditor l... lit a..a'FOOT ,'"

were: Mrs. Sam J. Davis BALM ,' 29<

Mrs. J. A. Rotherham, Mn. Soothing to tender perspiring feet Sm noel
Walter Gaby, Mn. Vane' Haut
Alice'sBeauty Kn. W. W. Cunoyngham. Mrs. ROPER GASRANGES
Ralph Klngman, Mrs. Frank ,
Slump, Mn. Donald James,' Jr..
Salon Mrs Chase,. Mrs Holmes and ,

| MeCtOIT AfcCADC Mrs Chandler. To a*"ViuaUa Safe," whirs tkeWi :;:'af. A ."
Is 4 ecMM aa those vitamins, ,0'
stock sup d.sau o thole ttua.vitbPt ""NERAL O.J
Large
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(COli) AND Yt0GIV.ChIH .are < ; .Press a Yir.ernd .. ...t 4 .

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:;I LSotcin Events t '. IN'HOMESTEAD AND AROUND I&GIFTED ADVERTISE S aft '


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I was born May 9 to Mr. and )ire : Tint Insertion 10c a line), subsequent Insertion f
Jess Franklin Ingram of Per- Sc a line "

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.METHODIST CHURCH GROtP LEADERS ENTERTAIN i, Mrs W.. E. Douberty I* ill al t
FOR EXCHANGE Palm Ave, X mile west
TO ENTERTAIN PROTEGEENext I JUNIOR B.T.V. MEMBERS her home on Epmor dr.
Mrs. Joe E. Cauzent ol t of Florida City Phone MS-W. ; \
week the little girl aeonBond The juniors of the Baptist Jr 1.
Coral Gable, and daughter, Nel-, BUY SELL, TRADE-Small HOMEMADE ''i!
FORD TRACTORS ,
,' by the Woman's Society of Training Union of the First Bap-
I tilt da, were week..encl"11 of Mr Chevrolet cur. Box 1014, Home with double low Excellent
,Christian Service of the FIrst Church of Homestead were gear -
and Mr*. J. E Gauzens.FLORIDA stead (pJM for farm Wolfe
Methodist Church of Homestead I entertained Wednesday" afternoonby I' or trove "j

will arrive from the Methodist their leaden, Mr. 3. L Kulp THE SWAP SHOPRepairs Auto Wrecking, Phone I'W.Homestead "

> Children's Home to spend a two- and Mrs. Virgil Lott at a wiener i CITY Sells Anything Fla. (alltf) '

,week vacation here with members roast in the city park. By Wanes Seven ad machines, typewriters, LOST"1 1

of the group, It was announced Member present were: Dell and]I cash register tmlltf)

j>, l the meeting Tuesday. Ann Lott. Rifle and Elsie Rad- Bobby Brandenburg of Miami

Mrs. Geo, Ramon gave a report ford Irene and Larry Fagan, Bar visited his grandparents. and FOR RENT BUNCH OF KEYS on chain prob. .
Ton the tub-district meeting held bara and Joe Dalton. Virginia Mrs. R, E. Scott, this week. ably at or in vicinity of Homestead

,i tart week .-In ,M arol.I Mrs".Dan Nixon Irene Hall, Betty 'Turner Mr. and Mrs Harry Deglar returned ROOMS and apartment .R..... Presbyterian Church Re. 1

1t\1\''Wi \}+dl0e TOW '''. Marjorie TYrburg and. Edna. ,.Jack :, to'Key West Wednesday sable **te*,hot/Mateo ud gbow: .)\IfIt.w Boa M342.Ladepftrt! J
Social relations chairman i and and" 'Jamei Morris. r after visiting Mrs. Blanch* Chap 'eta. Print 7io k Florida City.' terprtce end receive reward. '

Mrs. J. D. .Redd, supplies Visitors present were 'rs. Ida I man. LOST-Young female fox terrier "
\I S Chalr-I, Cpl. and .Mr*. William Adams FOR SALE )
""fiSDv M. Sheets Mr, Kulp and Mr. vicinity of Redland School \
of Miami were Sunday guest of
The socley voted to make a'donatiofl Lott I Wednesday p. m. White body
Mr. and Mn. W. E. Myers. T ROOM HOUSE:, 1 Lot*--OOMIn.
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to.a fund which ,will.train I with black: pot on hips One
Billy Forsyth of Miami spent .
.' ,.an Instructor In (h4 effects AUXILIARY MEMBERS PLAN Cash or Term Box 1014, ear and half of head black. '
the week-end with his tl
.
A alcohol, ,'. ENTERTAINMENT FOR U8O Mr. and Mrs. ,L: E. Forsyth.Jlre. Homestead (PJSs Answer. to name Spot. Liberal 'f

'Present wereMr*. H. 'i Plan for FOR reward. Walter Friend, Rt. I,
and
entertaining June II; Mrs. George Frick: has returned grove Vineland DISK- .
.\Brown. Mr*' E. s"'? llnllei. ) ; at the USO were made at the I from a two-week: visit In! INO ace Bert Vlhlen. West of Box 134, Homestead. t

.j. A McNeill, Mrs;O. S.' Sho"'aI.j meeting Wednesday night of the Jackson vine. Kromt on Epmor dr. Phone LOST Brindle Jersey-Guernsey' i

-'ter"' Mrs. Anna Carter, Mrs. C..., American Legion Auxiliary 1n1 Mr. and Mrs. U )t. Becker 'of 87J-H-1. Box S2L (J') mUch cow which was staked om ; .
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per WlllemsHMr} I. P. McLean. Legion HA LPresent 1 1 Ft Pierce visited Mrs. 'Chat.Beckei Tenn. dr. between Mowry and '

.Mr*:. Earl .Pacettj!,.1, Mrs. aSt nleyifMstthews were: Mrs Win;; J.'Geronlmo < several .,days this week. FOR, NO SA.LlC-4" m.'fiat off U. S. C.mpbell.ta. To' be' freak 1

,. Mrs. Dan WilliamsMrs. ,I !.Ira."H. H. Ewing, Uri Cadet Jack'and: Bob Douglasand r and 1, convenient aIr base within few weeks. Reward for

J. D. Redd and Mrs. Ran- Ceo. W. Turner, Jr Mr*. E. J, Cadet Bill Hlghtower of farming section. Two-bed Information. Cecil Walker
room modern home In excellent
Eson.A Norman, Jr.. Mr. Ben Robert, Charleston, 8. C. arrived Fridayfor condition 'double Homestead, Rt I, Box 14B.
( the July meeting members Mrs. a O.: Hall and Mr Frank I two-week<' : visit- with- friends, garage, Storage (p316)
Swill"" decide whether'or not the B. Rue.: here. building. Fruit, nice

circle wll meet Jointly through )Ir, end Mrs. E. Reed will occupy grounds. $3800 Cash or term LOST-C gasoline ration book.

put August and September the Sheffield bouse.Mr Eleanor Frowher, 25 SFlagler.. Reward for return. J. H. ,
(REBA PIERCE HONORED eI'\IIh.i Phone 11S-J. *. J, L. Arnold, and Kitchen Naranla. (pig
WOMEN'S GROuP REARS WITH BIRTHDAY PARTY ter. Juanita, of Hobe Sound arrived .' FOR SALE-Reasonable. Good '

i PROGRAM ON NIGERIAA The fourteenth birthday anniversary Friday for I Week's visit I'I work mule. Phone 478-M-I. | PERSONAL
of Reba Pierce wa observed <
candlelight
program on Nl1 -: with Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Schroe- W H. Eaton, PrInceton (jl)
Serfs was directed by Mrs. A. E. with a party given Monday! >r. Mils Helen Schroeder will TREE! U.Exces acid causes'pa

.Paul at the meeting Monday;, afternoon at the home of hen accompany Mrs. Arnold to Hobe/'TWO YOUNG MILCH GOATSone pains of Stomach Ulcer. Indl

night of the Business Women' parent Mr. and Mrs O. Sound for a brief visit first time fresh. W. B. My- gettlon Heartburn, Belching,

r Circle of the First Baptist Church Pierce,, N'j I+ Glenn Schroeder I* employed at rick, 624 S. Krone ave. (pJeU Bloating Nausea, Gas Pains,
of Homestead at the home of Mr*. After the birthday cake was!, Richmond Field. get free sample Udga, at

J. L. Kujp. Mr*. W T, McCon- cut hot dogs cookies, candy and' Mrs. John DeMlllo visited relatives -, SIMPLICITY DRESS PATTERNS Brown' Pharmacy (pjeJO ,

:sell presided at.;,the brief busl-, punch were served to the In Miami Sunday In the latest styles are now obtainable -
ness who Included: Mr. T G.guests at the Swap Shop WANTED
meeting :when plant were< The W.; S. C. S. met Wednesdayat
'mad for future activities. burn; Miss Luna Ma Lott the home ot Mrs. Gertrude Homestead. (JeSO)

The group'will meet July with Turner Nadine Pierce Helen and Bachelor. WHITE HANDYMAN wanted for \
WHITE: TRUCK. W7 model
Mrs.-J, Rv ,Doner and 'Aug. T,I Barbara Jean Revell. Dell and Word hat been received that I.-..., with flat maker deck modern .rwhl ryes '
>''.with Mr*., S. L. West. Anne Lott, Effle and Elsie Bed Miss Charlotte Geronimo 'who is engine A-1 eoaeUUea. Need .. and room .
Present : Mrs.. Ode Wai ford Laura McGraw. Juanita furnished. Middle-aged single "
were visiting in the North win spend
1 sallow repairs, Meal for
Mae
i'ten, Mr*. J. Tom Vana; Mr*. Ida Smith, Myrtle, Ora and Kenneth the coming week with relativesin fans man or couple without children :
track
r can be load Into
;M. : Wilson C 1., MoConneU and preferred but reasonable j
: $heats Mrs McConnelJ.: Stamford, Conn. racier for and fans .... age M
>Dorey/Mr"*;' Weit and Carl .Smith. : _grave handicap If active, capable and
Goad .
fab '
ICuJp, ..! 'MI'II.J Trotter I JAMES ARCHER SMITH Pries KM, i iMAGRCDER dependable. Good permanent
: E. ,
Mr. and Mrs. R. HOSPITAL NEWS set-up for right party. Mail

LEGAL, NOTICESor were dinner guests PUMP SCTfLT Pine Ridge, Route S, Box 18 \:
0'1'Mr. .
Davis Michael, an eight-pound COMPANY. Coastal Genre
William. ]
ryt.lonle and Mrs. Casper Homestead. (IN)
'.' >> .ArrurnTios 101I, wa born June 4toMr.'andMrs 1'
RARE AND UNUSUAL trees and
FOR TAX DRCDnw l ; R. R. Kinard In J.meat.r I W ANTED-Good used furniture
rK'1 or AprtirAnoNroa
arms 'Jll plants. Landscaping and croveplant'ng.
i4J.i.. -to, .....* dun tkrt'Amw t. TAX DIED.MotlM cher Smith Hospital Smith-Grave Furniture Co.
Grove Nun-
11&.w.-r M MoteM atCltr .1'' to ...... sleet Mot greet M. Sgt and Mrs. Fidel Wilhelm of Sunny (mUtt)
M.ml TH CottttkM NmWra oil, L...... koWof' W uolcBM tt City .< Homeitead of I
dated 1M lIlt as of ..._A. D. ,last. bee Miami Tat 0.""...w Nmtoiwi "'It. are parent a son"
filM tell .0.\1'..... tit .r oft" '.... teM 110I.... *r of J_ A. a IMt born June :1 S. Kendrick WANTED-Repair work, stone
= mede WlleOdM U tat .. o> l conHoM* wttk hw/>' .... bat IM wvllwtlim. for tn .o4 lobow '
nines or THE ete! Ilth Hour Mission. Box M,
,*'Said CorUfMita mbiMo 1M allmrllif. Ikorm lo tatrttmtf etch "' .,1 and Mr*. Paul Kenny" of Home
'/ <"*J>'f."p"" .".*"' '" b4 Oou. *>M' CortUlMl omormoH the MIowiM I stead. PEACE Homestead. (dlOf) :
;'t-v.; fl.riduwar d. 111 A herertr, Hi tPilhi_ Dade Co .-! Medical. patients this week: were Birth Certificate ad _tbef .eeomeaU
Lot 4. aleck I. AIM Floranet *..krtrto. t Pk.rlda. l. wat I! need grove with or without Al
acknowledged aad WHOM
tFI. .
Mrs. John Jutian'ot andJ.
Naranja .
1NtRrstiealk.alwN.10ftecep
Plot Book I* PM 4Sr I*' the '
..... but: U.4 c.'. .<*. totiio IIeaeecI. homes. I prospect wilting.
Air w oo.1!' o* Dodo, BUI ttTfc UWIWM L. Tyre of Homeateld.d .
.cttr, w ni..... ** ......... Philip Benson of Princeton un- Fellows BWf.W. .
k. *...MM.a.w.om.at Cwrttftaiti of MM Wad property wen hi : rf Tbo oooooowml tt MM property -Mriho a tonslllectomy. W.. 11,Bt n_...... VIM Dorn, 12403, Miami at my ex-
uw of ""_ Unions MM 0.1 MM CwdftaM weed w.s to t4o I pen**. Reverse charges
MM oull ..* r.d..nod Moorllnt te ...>. of W. -. U._ MM Oortll.0 \.
,tea dad win Yew Ikonn on tk* ate ... W nhx.xras raar>.l atrxrttrx..ax..taaaa
day W J.b A D. 1M4.Mito lu >w will leave tlwnaoi, M tile Ittktn ROLLER-SKATE
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., ad Nor dir -./ ,_, A. P.BE .. rf A. B. If44. I.
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Ute. atoll till Ilk *M> .r '. A O 1144. WANTED
;' : LCATHMIIAN.: C. .. LEATMERHAN.Clork IN COMFORTill J
'Clark .t chew of drone Cast
Dad. County, Herds.fCGaW tM Cmnlr. rtorMi.CM '
.' c- sell ( | first 5..l) X.alae, n 111** ML J
: r.. JOHNSON. 0. c. Ir L. M. 108011. D. 0. A"- ate staa kM PERSIAN LIMES. ANY .QUANTITYWe I ,
(Jess k It" It :; July, 1, 1$") /Joan a.' 1*. to.I M. July t. IS44)
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VenetianSkating Pay Highest Prices J

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NOTICE, CNDER ncmiQCf ,j
Allen NAME LAW ayxtY>
:' I I. :NOTICE: IS HEREBY GIVEN NOTICE Any OIl J M. A. D. grit kM, fHo* I
, 1\' -' 'IN. that the HOWARD of th ta mr.offYw ass has med weue.uo. I
":, I. undersigned, i The annual meeting ,
,far lu and to. bow IkoMM U .wed.
still, HALLOUT"TO oI!! MELTON, desiring to engsge at stockholders 'of the FLORIDA MM with h*. rod OrtKlMMt omkflM* .
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OM foUo.t... \ 'AID' )< I 928 S. W. 10th Street, Miami, EAST COAST FERTILIZER prep-t
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COOIMII nortfc. w-wttl
'. Dade County, Florida; in bu l- COMPANY, will be held at- the N. M (I. tots *-.e. .... I'. UKM.W _
TOUR EYES r ri .. net. Including the rendering of plant In Homestead. Fla," at I pm. ... OK, *.. MM Posh L '-

We M preentl a... tree .., .. services for compensation through i on Tuesday, June 11, 1944 forth wee 44 to III the Yhwsdk cttr of r Mlamt..Jsowd. C.wnt..f'" 000Uft0 IIIW4

..d..t.ov.t....... C writing and authorship (which purpose of electing a board wit II..'.,.,a. Thom.wt III rypwld
'6 Wtt Rfor he ha done since th*.year 193T of directors and for any; other ,,....... w sold v5tula.00
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t wee is w ante UI.
in Miami, Dade County Florida) business
that my rightfully-comeAM. e ,.' H ft Urnu Mk n. t aw.ps .
8yegfirss" under, ftul ; ntJ1I1 ,N ,and ; lp f 1 bij:tan OK 'fbta' TW Wk ,3
l t IIOJI j.l/lIIum.. W ";!('s.t1ltE:'" ,bo Sfgrtdd I" Poes.y.,*sfi b .< *I*." S."S
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I deQ n DO& load FbrMox r o '
'ar41TVr FIRST tend to register the said fume I lf. det4rl.dt. K*. Hltt, _,tlM Qiiii.mol
I of '"ECLIPSE" with the Clerk td .. Fi Ll 'of wld p..p.fp.,..IT tW Calvin.i.i.d ,
LINE.of DEFENStWM the 'Circuit' Court of the Eleventh Secretary ,and Treasurer hr Yv wsaso III Vahseww, J"
.hall to
V.hw Saw CortIkat.e pfMso..d
Judicial .Circuit of,Pad*,County, (May'M, June t. 9, U44) .w-dre to low ,sox and will. 1
Jr. Florida. w r-Do":..," .MI, tk.. ,|S i V tt Jw, ,
HOWARD 3di1.TONraps'. N P Arf ATIO- N :* <-
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new Eight HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE" June, '194".
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Legion WiD InstallNew bt Ke WAVSS.Women ,fltthodllt Church of.a Ijomtateed.al
1'1 Christian Science Sees World Realizing:I "' between the age of.2Q) the Homestead pajtor,, Dr; (XSewel
omcert June M, with two year of high. ) Palmer, la, attending the-
f "Win the Peace Preclude Other Wars"
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New officers of he John a. edttetuW ami no Children annual church conference W Tal- '
: 1 than II year old,, are elaiV tab M ee. >No; service will be )heU
toy .
of
Boston Moil, June 1.I Post the American to JoIhe WAVES when Sunday eveninx
t While holding" military mlMessential will be installed next may continue their educa* J. I. Xulp, teacher of the,'
to the victory of allied +> night by the Dade County ., !learn a new trade and re .Men'a Bible Class of the i FirstBaptiat '

1 nation over'tbt antl.Cbristclaims ..<: [Guard ot HoII<&. .Thla-.Js. .not IY.Ve food clothing and mad- Church of Homestead;
of Injustice and Intoler "I she will M guest teacher of the M thodlat '.
: care, says
ance, The Christian Science Board regular meeting night, but metel.... next Sundaymorning.
d Director Monday told the annual '. chosen so that the Installing Mrs. at Qeronimo the American may be.Legion con 'J. P. Hendley, iup rlntendenrt .

meeting of Tin Mother could be present i or at her home In Florida of the adult division of
Church The Tim Church of the church school Is replacing Dr.
Jesse P. Hendley, veteran or application may be made
Christ, Scientist In Boston, Palmer, as regular teacher of themen'
World War Two, was to the recruiting .
M..... that freedom it essentially to'J navy .
into post membership at the re \ In the Post Office Build- claws.agtt_..., .
f a spiritual gift "to be realized 'I I -
ular meeting Wednesday night or the ,office of naval officer
only through spiritual under I In the Langford'
I \ alit
ttalnment" ;
funding and
Before an audience of several ,Waves. Are Privileged !, in Miami. ] t! e ,.

thousand Christian Scientist essentially To Fight for
t local In character due to Will Hear
"American women are
wartime restrictions upon transportation ,4 ate to be able to fight to Deuel Sunday Morning Dr, Leonard W. resoles

universal, determination the director cited to win the preserve the ,things we : The Rev Ceo. E. Deuel, pastor uNJN SUM.-* see b M>.nlrt 1.._e...*...... ,
in, Instead of being forced to
tie"peace M advance evidence of the Redland and, Florida City
a world-wide realization that M the enemy destroy the orI I I churches, will preacd GLASSESMl
on which our way life
at the FirstWANTADSPAf .
"righteous'victory under arms '' morning Ml ft.' ft. rWw HHtoMi ft*
based Mrs. Wm. J. .
will not suffice to -- says C sr>i s*si Ate Cuk4MlssM lj
guarantee freerdons : w + ,
a 'mo local WAVES volunteer -
to mankind. PACt 8TAKK 8EEUCY cruiter, in an appeal to women .
That the world If coming to .
realize this act was Hen by the -
director in the careful consideration
; being given throughout the
} world to winning the peace. "that i
{ la, making world peace eo secure
that other wan will be precluded. Sign Up NOW
for LOCKER
i Announcement was made by: ; a .FREEZER
t the directors of the appointment
f of Paul Stark Seeley, '.r Cambridge -

Mac, a* president of The in 'SOUTH DADE FREEZING PLANT -
Mother Church for the ensuing QUICK
year to succeed Mr. Daleett P.tt. .
McKenzle.

Paul Stark Seeley, associate Haste is to build- the.
editor of the Christian Science imperative because priorities plant '
periodicals,' other.than The Chrla-

Van Poughkeepale Science Monitor N. Y, a became native of a require a certified list of at le ast 209 producer-applicants!

Vnember of The Mother Church
In 1909, while a student at Harvard .

taw of School AB. from He holds Princeton thedegrees Read carefully below the questions and answers About:this Locker Plant, then make

t and served LL.as B.committee from Harvard.on publication He 1 application without. delay,. In.these,timea it !$ Impossible' to call personoUy on Inter.
W'
the public for Oregon practice Mid then of Christian entered i ested parties so we will) have to depend on roll to get In touch with at.. , and the .

Science.reads of First He resigned Church Of M Christ first, sooner the 209 applications are signed the sooner we 'can'get. : t..tarted.on building this ', :

..Scientist to . . f -. ? WJ, .. M
Portland Ore. accept I greatly needed plant. f -. -'. .. t "
,
appointment on the Board of )

Lectureship of Tile Mother ... ......... .
Church on which he served until -
elected associate editor In IM I IS ,Freezer Locker Lockers "
II I I What a ? __, Who dan> Advantageously?...,t. > '"

THE WEATHER ANWElt-A sanitary steel box where you, store until Any family-Victory tartlenera-farmers-reslauruit ownarewhether

OtflMl MrtlMT tffvrt :w s.r *Sill needed foods processed and frown in the looker plant and. you grow or nine your own foods and store
las.l..t ... .. .ai. ....+. irw I '
kept at leN temperature. To use, simply allow foods tq them until needed for use.or sele.-or buy them when they
Data MaL Mist. BarBate
? thaw out at room temperature your kitchen and cook are plentiful and cheap and store until scarce'and,expensive

c may 1.,. .... 02 60 M.I7 0.10 or serve a* you would any fresh food. a' freezer locket 'assures PRESS ,foods ,of aU kinds
May IS. 12 U MM
May 20. II 53 JO.OS ..regardless the season,' st lowest possible cart!

May 21N M JI.I1 What .Kind of Foods Can Be Stored There?
May 11.. ,. II (4 11.17
May 31....... I. St JI.I1 Almost every kind of vegetable fruit beef pork poultry Does It, Save Money
May M... II M f.lt ..10 fish frozen fruit Juices and tomato Juice A few ,
May 21. ,-Is M 21.11 041' toot Vndpubtoo'lyt The amah eeat .of! locker and. processing 1s

J May It..._.. 81 IT 10.09. vegetables. are unsuitable because freezing, harms crisp.peas : practically nothing compared to'the savinsyou make by .

!' IIa1 non: M MM 1.01 -deny ,celery,'lettuce, green oniona. Others, such;. . conserving, garden,surptoa. ,"'hs\liic'your '"'ew diaeat' and .'v' c
May__ II IT MMH M terse{ and blah potatoes, oabbagea, ire 'econemlcally -
more and .aJJD.t.iioIrGwJC
1148129-,,;,. II II ,... 'plUltJ7.tn ee. t leas If'yo. '. "
May IIII M.IT UI stored by.other methoda, food;you.MM because'you buy wBcn' they sue cheapest ::
IIq It- is n ....
j I
JunetM ell MM : '

t' June L..... 11 (3 HJ8JM I IJ ,How Are Foods Prepared for Storing? .What..,...., .,.O&er'AdvaBtage- . *' 'AwTherei- -. -. ,

June June 4II a$1} 54 MJfM MM. tJMt7 I I fresh vegetables are shelled washed, blanched. cooled,, 'I'bt.tiIM tad trouble in canning .-t. expense of Jari'and ,
"
.. ,
\)< June S.- II SMS 041 packaged (hi convenient size, air-tight.cellophen.: 'boxes)" ]tr tap i\ *and ;ou'can have..hams,'shoulder*,'ete,Vuredhere "

I l\IIIe ...... It a 24.11 '....' a4 # frulU. aid berries are packed dry U natural '. ,-.. lard mdered, sausage nluD4 wd aeasoned ,,*i .'
June 1.:;;..... to.to 1109' 0..
state., Meats and poultry fish, etc, are cut dressed, betier food rttaato- '
r up -It's. ..eosnptete service\ .that tfre you *, :'1"
packed, tooled and stored > foaIb17 to take out of storage and use as'you]peed with '.
.
1 M trouble and .a minimum.expense on your p. rj.., > .
i TrUIWheDVeaNeM How Muck'Beet a Locker (Jeet? .,' 4 .

:Hakttit. er 'A locker 'MmMsM inches, SM ft. capacity enough for Hew.Do You Go Xbeut, ''' '. ;K- (r

costs ... ..... ._ .." ;
I average family, .1. to HS.OO a There ItamaJL a ( r' 10 l

.StaveBUSH'S 'oUFtt.for preparing and 'paeldog''foods,' 'average *Wing Jlp.fof''IMk r f lr a. ... ;P 1

..reeA HeNovi being Se per Ib. examples: sharp' ftetjln( fruit and To .et prierWes to build. this pUnt, the bnraHtf_ in :.

lit vegetable*. le per DM cooling wrapping and freezing Met that 06 per cent: 'i< the" lookers be' piid-up In edemas ,' '? .

.. ....... (lWa)_ Nt 'or pork,'>Q. pertlb.. Total ,east per 'JUt will'.rarely be r: pMt t*.t ;ire public WANW' toeh"s wrvleeFiaH deteftl ,.

{' Shape ()Aodkuw. )_'tie above_ deed weVk'for.the.average tam .JI' .and ottter cjwassloa.answered gladly." Y
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lialow Me

Palm hell. ....,.,..?_, tie I For Hither details write :
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