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: August 1, 1941
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: VID00501
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
lccn - sn 95047482
lccn - sn 95047482
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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COMMUNITYBARGAIN THE WEATHEROfficial Legion Park Called Meal "I
Told UsTHAT
Location for Proposed {:;
weather report of the CourtsNINEHOLE ,\
Subtropical Experiment Station.

'DAY Homestead Florida r'I
the surprise visit of the Alabama relatives to Home- FAIRWAY
Date ( Max. (Mm I Bar I Ram
barber fizzled became the barber himself 'SEEN AS ATTAINABLE
itead'i most popular] : was 4d
July; 24 I 1921| TO |29 M| 0.20 'I
paying a surprise visit in Alabama. July 25 |1.1 |198 !1211.II51| ..
Shoppers Urged to Bring e s s July it .1| 12 | 88 | I Suggestions Asked and

Picnic Lunch to Eat THAT sea harming young women hare been) kept buy July :27 I tl | 70 | | I Received at Meeting )
July 28 | 901| M |SO,Ity ;:
in Park Monday Night
thai week exyhials their recent police escort was merelya 29 I J
July | 92 | 88 180.011, I IIi
FINAL APPRECIATIONDAY aaallrt ajf iwaspmla ion when a donble-featBr eaded at July 30 |I 93 I I 70 |130 el, 0.02 I i Endorsement of the RHItmd 1\\

midnight and sDembers of their theatre part diaeerered
AWARD SLATED I District Chamber of Cornterse
nearly all of them bad released their cars to others, ,testing proposal to construct: shuffle >oaM
10 CARS LUMBER
Cooling Dip in Citv Pool to be brought borne by someone elM la the part- 'I courts in Legion park wa expressed

s s e .. e fcy members of the Hixnt-
Suggested for Mid- i
day Pause THAT a certain local lawyer's sore knee might Indicate a long HERE, 50 DUE FOR%i stead Retail Merchant As ,ocllI F

period of suing-for the hand of one of the comely members of I tion at their meeting M.>nday

"What about those white elephants that widow's Club which la IBid to be nil popular rendezvous CAMPS IN WEEKTen { I night In the Tropical Cafe I Jpin-( ;

'" e a lon was practically unanimous that
1 the location la the bent In the city %
This question asked at the meeting -, THAT the personable widow who had ao much fun of i
carloads lumber have I for the purpose as the spoil ":ould
of Homestead Retail Merchants I letting the public believe romantic rumors about her actually been unloaded and Mty carloads be easily accessible to Villtal.

Association Monday night! received ( bona fide IrousMM lift from a feminine are expected to arrive next week I I well as to residents of the I ural
brought forth confirmation of suspicions -
their bu
districts transacting 'men
In fan" for the two migratory farm labor
previously expressed a e e a camps to be constructed here errands in the shopping sect11 of
these columns that every merchant I I I Homestead
Preparation of the site of the
in Homestead is bringing all the
THAT a city beautiful enthusiast /who :remembered what South Dade, or negro camp on Vice-president Howard Jo son,
white elephants he can find on his
Homestead streets when the last East drive in the absence: of 'I.I-
(Continued on Page Three) happered to elephant parade Campbell Is bring i 1 I presiding
wax held here asked If extra "whilewinp" would be put on the rushed by the land preparation ,I dent P. J. Franklin called touf-
I crews and machinery of James ,I gestums as to projects Whh theMerchants 1
NO GASOLINE TO job for White Elephant DayBoy Sottile subcontractor, in anticipation Association mlgh undertake
of the start of actual construction -: for the bettcune' of
I on the 166 family units within ; Homestead and ita trading rea.
Scouts Celebrate I II
BE SOLD AT NIGHT! Aluminum Success Here MERCURY AT 96,,, the next two weeks 'I J O. Douglas, McCrory store <.m- .

I Robert R. Eeimert contracting (Continued on Page Thr.. I

AFTER AUGUST 2 One-fourth of I truckload of FALLS POINT SHY officer from the Farm Security: I II
I Administration for the Redland or I Bob Anderson Leaves I
collected from
aluminum was I white to be built east of the
houses of Homestead Friday by OF RECORD HIGHYesterday Federal camp highway near Tennessee; To Aecept'Panama Job I
Redland District service stations I
Boy Scouts.: road, arrived her this week
are expected to receive orders for AIIC-;; : ,
Robert who i 1\ ntly
I The scouts made the house tq ;ahead of the contracting: officer;
gasoline restrictions within the
house canvass under the super for the second time : for the negro camp Glenn Bu.e; 'resigned: from the Homestee, i police I
next day or two, in accordancewith :
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civil Ice
1 force to a \
scoutmaster, Spark- Since, accept ,
vision of their : who Is expected: next week. .
this the weather bureau ther-
order Issued
an yesterday by year II lent
as general equal
man Holding, and In co-operation a minimum of land preparationwill I appointment
Secretary of Interior Ickes mometer at the Experiment
Subtropical for the goernmeiop
with the Aluminum Week com- be necessary at the site of the l operator
This order, which will close: mittee of the Woman's Club of Station registered 86 degrees -I white: camp, actual work can: be erated Panama railroad left Tuesday It
IOQ,000 service stations in the east- 1 Rork : to
New :
I for enrou-r f
Homestead The first 06 this year was started at once on this contract,
efatat.ea from 7 p. m. to 7 a. m. Cr.ktobj.1, Panama Canal Zo, e '
even days a week, will go into After the aluminum had been on June 6. which covers construction of housing -I i
for 168 families Mr. Andersons appointment Is
effect Aug. S. If this night closing collected Scoutmaster Holding That Is just pne degree short units Mrs Andjrwm 1/1,
The two farm migratory laborcamps for five years.
canvassers for a I
took the
of gasoline dispensaries does not young ,
In the municipal pool and a of the highest temperature that will be constructed: by J,,and their two daughters Q.orU \I II
achieve the desired reduction in swim
melon cutting In the park. has been recorded: at the station Victor Martin of Miami at a total Jean and Bobbie; Janet Ul mln I
gasoline consumption more stringent water
since it was established In 1130 I few months
Theo Or- cost of 535000. I him In a j
conservation methods may be In the group were:
97 was
temperature
The degree

Nlpoted cards including, it was announced.Issuance: of rethan fanfcdes Dickinson, Billy John McLan Murray,, Ernest Billy: while recorded: there on have July ,been 9, 1932 six and recordings Red Cross Workers Complete Woolen Ilil 1

So, beginning Sunday;'remember Jenner, Charles] Martin, Lonnie of M degrees since: that
.to gel your gasoline before 7 Home, Joe Sincere Billy Melton dale the mercury at the experiment -I Garments for Tots Across the Sea )!

1# ss- and Billy Folliard. station has .never climbed:
91 Some ought object to making were 4) flannelette ..Iee.rIt.
to again.
R. F. C. Funds to Be Available Soon woolen garments in July; but not flannelette rompers, 13 dret., 86bibs i
As a matter of fact, there hate
the local Red Cross workers,, re- 34 sagtiea, 11 bonnets and
II Says Aqueduct Commission Counsel been only 12 recordings of 95 all-degree ports Mrs. B. A. Tifcblta, president, I. 22 dozen drapers.Among the
temperature since the and Mrs. Green Rives, secretary- garments for adults were sU pairs I
time high of 97 was attained. trasurer, of the South Dade Red' of flannelette pajamas.
S. P. Robineau, special: counselfar time.
the A minimum temperature of 97was Cross Unit I Special recognition should be
the Florida Keys Aqueduct Until money for entire cost
recorded: early ;yesterday Thirty heavy snow suite, 24 given, the leaders say, to Mil. V. j!
Commission, said yesterday at his of the aqueduct Is available no announcement -
morning. woolen sweaters 53 woolen caps M. Orenneli who has made: SS e.(
is expected officiallyon
office In Miami that the delay
in the transfer of funds from the awarding of the aqueduct contract The maximum temperature for and 17 pairs of mittens for children -,snow suits the past two mantle :.
Unofficially has been the week up to'yesterday how- << across the sea and S3 woolen and Mrs. Prank W StIUman who
Reconstruction Finance Corporation I
: for the commission's share of learned! that Williams Brothers of 1 ever, averaged only 91* degrees. skirts and five crocheted shawls though away from her*.has kr"ted
the aqueduct COlt.ra.. being Tulsa, Okla., was low bidder forth Now, compare this week's Homestead for their mothers have been made I six If the sweaters and ask*, for
"ironed out" at Washington and contract. high of M with that of this month by the local worker yarn for M many more.
the funds would undoubtedly be Lieut W L. Sawyer resident Cleveland last Sunday which was and sent to Miami. I Many of the little C.aiws, t
1012. Other articles nude for children (Continued on Page T1 -)
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I Only Six of 25,000 Orchid Species Have ]Free Leader-Enterprise Subscriptions,I -I want Where some U grapes Bar It for

Commercial Value, Expert Tells LionsThere J| For Service Men I sick poison husband.ties been Do sprayed you know on If these my my

-- I The publisher ot the Leader-Enterprise take pleasure In announcing I:you have?" -
are 25,000 speciesotorchlds from England and a brown lady "No, .ma'am: you'll have-to
known to botanists but only six or slipper. that they will mall the Leader-Enterprise, free and 'that at the druggist's." get
seven have commercial value, O.I "Experiment using chemical I post-paid, to all South Dade men who are In the service of the
fertilizer In orchid culture are In
R. Even, orchid culturlit of Fort progress but have not proceededfar country. There I* no obligation or cost to this whatever; it i* Not Quite Finished

Lauderdale, told the Redland Dii.trirt enough to determine their value Imply a gesture on the part of the Leader-Enterprise to keep Mistress: "Have you finished"-!
Lions Club Tuesday night 'j' yet," he said. "Growers are one pore tie between the boy in camps and the folks at home. cleaning the bras ornament yet"
Mr Even explained that while also experimenting to produce a If relative and friends will bring the correct name and address Maid (fed up): "Yes. ma'am, all
lasting fragrance in orchids. Orchids I except ring and bracelets.*
orchids your
of one kind or another
of the person to whom the paper I* to be mailed to the Leader- _
grow In nearly all part of the do have t delicate fragrance I Watch vwrd.
world In a band extending front when tint opened but this does I Enterprise office at 14 N. W. Third: street, Homestead, all other

Canada to South America, those not last. detail will be attended to. Please do not telephone; too much I Smith: "Who are you working1
from Central and South America I)I Lion W. H. Owens of Goulds chance of error In addressing and spelling occurs over the for now?"
a report on the International
are best known. gave
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telephone. Jones: people-wife and
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convention of Lion Clubs recently .
Until 1920 commercial propagation i five chldren.-EJI.
of orchid was virtually Im-I held at New Orleans, to which he -
poatibla, he laid because It takes,I I was a delegate from the Redland ROT CHANDLER INJURED:
frofn seven ,to ten year, and even District dub.Beautification, -
Roy Chandler, manager of the I't1IOROVGLTI
twenty" Tears for some varieties to)
VIE LIBEICATE
Florida City branch of the Florida
row an orchid from teed. In that Begins I
Power and Light Company, hat '
fame plant disease and Insects | At Fiske Manor Park
,been In Victoria Hospital In Miami !
made such inroads that very few; ,since July 24 receiving treatment Crease I la driven Into all tJ>OHhardtoreall1
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plants m tured. In 1920, Dr. Beautification Homestead' 'Iweekl' ;
for a vertebrae injury suffered two friction points
Knudsen .of Cornell University new park, in Fiske Manor acquired = before when a ladder broke Lubricatedby
de-I I when YOUR car I II
vbed I 'hieana of growing last week with the completion and caused hire to fall. ..
lings tit tubes or flasks. I of tax .foreclosuce proceedings I OUR method! Our special:
.i.iue'.terlllzed weds are sown was started this week. A Harpist guns, greases, and our "Take
cc *. base of agar Jelly to which j'' A magnificent royal paint removed A motorist had just crashed into care" policy are notion's enemies -' .
la added sugar and chemical salla.'' from a sidewalk parkway a telegraph pole. Wire, pole and and long we ',belt aid.i. -
The lube la then sealed -and In on South Krome avenue.to-open
everything came down around his
about a'year seedling will be of up the entrance to a new buslnetl ears. They found him unconscious Bring your car Fere.v. ""
sufficient size and strength toIrsosplant *establishment, now grace the cen'Ur '
I' In.the wreckage, but as they were I
This make many of the fiv tract. pjhei '
crt untangling him he reached out:
I ONE-STOP
(orfcllnta!; (tillable for croas- additions,etCte* and ahrubBery feebly, fingered' the wires, and TEXACO :'
keeetiiigJnif. mere orchids aresow will be made from-time lo'tlme, :murmured: j'
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produced by this method than according to B. W. Morris, park: Thank heaven, 1 lived clean;( DONE AND KISSAM, Preps.North .
are shipped from the tropics. ,commit! A the city council: ,they have given me a barp."- Kress Aft... Dannleae? FtorUan ,
The high cost of orchids .la due Ex. .
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and, In the case of bloomsfcfcmTtrbpicaYcountries DeLand, .July ,81-Venion W' i ...
because of Turner, son of Mr, and Mr*. Peofge< J
Mir difficulty experienced In obtaining W. Turner of Homestead, Is lisjedj
them from the almost In- (among those who re&Jstered"bere

lI$ceisible, places In which they, yesterday for the second term of: .......................................................................................... ,
KTOW I the Stetson University college of.) .
Mr. Even used several beautiful | law. The student -lawyen will ,
specimens of-orchldi to Illustrate 'complete the current summer'
his talk. Besides the usual South work on Aug 30, officials; re ..
American orchid that is best ported.
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known, he showed a moth orchid, : I Ij
which grows well In Florida, the'I .
native orchid a green lady slipper For results use Leader- I ( I
which was recently received Enterprise Classified Ads o

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JULY THIS e i

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41 FORD DELUXE

Now the small home can be built right from I 2-Door Sedan (Radio) .....-.............. $750 $736 .

start to finish. It can be well designed. It can I c 40 FORD CONVERTIBLECoupe

be well] constructed. It can include! modern (Radio; Automatic Top) 735 721 .
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conveniences. i 40 FORD 1-TON TRUCK

> i (Stake Body) ._.......................:............ 585 571 ..

The small home has never been so usableandi 39 FORD WON TRUCK .

livable. Home financing has never. been so (Stake Body) ...................:.............: 465 451 ;

practical\ for the moderate-income family. 39 FORD '/ -TON TRUCK :

(Stake Body) ...... .............-....... .....:.... 445 431
I The'down payment may be as )low as one-tenth 38 CHEVROLET

of the property valuatioa One )loan will c /rTon Pickup ........."............ -......"... 320 306

take care of the remaining cost of a new home. .

Repayment is made in monthly) installments Father Time works constantly .:

cut of your income over ample time.: Where IS the selling price?


We will help) you to put through .your'application -

for an F. H. A. )loan. OVERSEAS MOTOR COTPhone .


W. D. HORNE CO. .: l' .

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FRANK L. SKILL, Owner ..........................................................................................
Hardware, Lumber and Building; Materials

Homestead. Ha. fbeoe M.J. I

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South Miami to Pity buy and be responsible for the of aa early selection of bargain I
SCHOLARSHIPS AQUEDUCTContinued placing of flags In front of his and will be able to stay over tar
Locals Here Sunday
I place of business. The committee the final Appreciation Day awardto
GIVEN 3 LOCAL WM continued and requested to be held in Legion park at 4 I t
I Homestead will meet South Miami ( from Page One) .
see what could be done about p. mIn r
in a baseball game here Sun- 'officer In charge of aqueduct construction -
1941 GRADUATES day afternoon at 3 o'clock. for the navy, said at hit getting special price on a quantity the Interim between' (inch
Short four of IU regular players office here yesterday afternoonthat order of flagsBARGAIN. the Appreciation Day ceremony ft fttad

the Homestead baseball team processing of the pipe at the you can take a dip In the
bowed to the Perrlne team 3-3 last treatment plant continues to proceed I cool water of Homestead's full-
Three members of the local leueradll8t.L'I DAY
Sunday on the Perrlne field. satisfactorily. ,size municipal swimming pool or t
from
classes two girls
Homestead was In the lead 2-0 I No announcement hat yet been t k ; play tennis on the municipal tennis -
I Homestead High and boy from
one
'until the third Inning when the made if to who U low bidder for courts, or do both, in which 1
Redland High have been awarded (Continued From Page One)
score was tied. A run In the fourth furnishing and Installing pump, ever order you prefer
university scholarships I shelves out Into the light of day
I and oilier for
I by Homestead and one In the fifth engines equipment
Miss Virginia Kinney daughter in preparation for offering them So, set aside next Thursday for
station to be esta-
by Perrine tied the scone until the the pumping
ot Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Kinner, at super-bargailn prices to the buying an all-day spree--a shopping spree
the ot \ of
eighth, when JPejrrina made two blished at source supply
has been granted a scholarship to end Ula.alDl. the aqueduct *nar Florida cn,". .public next Thursday, Aug. T.HorPeeteed' In the morning a picnic and other
to
Florida State College for Women runs t first community-wide fun In the early afternoon and tk_
In
? bM for which were opened
by the State Federation of Wom- !.. White Elephant Day." the appreciation day event sad
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'en'| Clube. ,This aoholanhlp. Gordo* If. Hadley! Dies .Washington onuly. The white elephants-goods some more shopping later In the

. be renewed. ln Gables! Borne which the merchant b anxious toget afternoon when the heat ot.tie.day }+I
j Miss wlta bean. Orfimdea, :._. ..Coral QLF : .oft his shelves in order to has abated and you haw had a
ouRsae
: daughter of JHn sIs 'btrsTb.o, 'Pe i69 Cs i '" make ram tor-new> merchandise ;chance to remember tbe Ihuiawyou I
,. dog.w.: tfade) i of t r tlet' .
"j"'OrtIlMdvoell .'*.11-tcbbJarlI 'r' ;' "' .... ,-will; .go on-sale with Ha* evening forgot to get! In tit: morning 1 I II
\. "= CoUeg ta and,* aw/: .UJ0 gar. the white elephant '
Kip WFmrtds'Stat. xt gattiaircd'lned: Page Ose) a .of ttie:'stonav eases Tbuaday Watch
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ral,0sbto*KooOa/a--i*1p.g1llrtacer
'r aj Wo sell'!. etud. :VOCIItiollil tIb ur! 'JI " rr t. c... L .'" agent, laid.bd thtwgbt-ese. aNN morning. Shoppers art urged to axln' ot, the ..*Lder-Kntcrpp :
;*'-/*"' tnosne edXiitt*<)a;">Hb Orfaw ::tIf.l.j s ir. >tied..4.lir.ii Oi bigjsat.fds Doriitoinestsed.1I s 1 come .arly, nA bring t ptoolc WMoh will be published oed TM aIda ,,
irr! ';4eded'bee;'MiabH'et Jhl! ;: goihdapls.r '.,Ai" t'tit ... lunch- b..eat. ID Mia : Homestead, ! to apprise you at scene af she I
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a 4.ItOr estead't:1 't11ib. ". OeivP .,..his'tti i# s .Urws .fife wiseiSoohrsts.d municipal.park. .t noon* >r' w..*''blgtit ,""-..,; '. ,, ,,;, ?h+Mtd tg'101 jlielt}; titegswll. UtemaMwas offW. ';
years. srostltb r g+svaote a aisure I l'i
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iLrs1N'vr Ctfatialr )ILo noel .t, .s) t.oamoar.Aa said
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k"****W.Mrs.. JT.. f B.. : :.- W ta7..J ........III>>W.. vWaltK W.is.T..lb IIL I\ri,_Iv. . ji
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4': :e..te.. gold. tbrSam'Yloed'i.d. ;bletib. v>.'". l!} through. way Switch To Fish I;
'" { o:tae tarrow.ll7artiga'Keysfishisag ;
::; S pe il'iPS'SnathtA' .y I : : grounds'' l
.RED. tlOSS Ma Weiss brought to the. nt'uIpg
of Interest 'to all will .. ..... ... .. \ pAws i to.bs> attached: to au-' FIsh -.... laa% ... atsMri, ..... aearMnac etesaeast INadditi. )
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""*'be IJelfT bY''H' meatea4.'T whl nd ,IflmobU license, plate holders .. ta enUftary agent "._ Bwtlca .. fls* ... cal re 1\

'- raw Cub No. It Sunday afternoon alI (Continued?'From" Page One) advertltiog Homestead, Fla. food budget Fresh dally yeas ta swar-ky owes a" ..,.
o'clock! In the1 Neva King Cooper saques and caps are embellished Heart of the Redlands, Garden {.
auditorium, announces John D. with hand embroidery, Mrs Rives Spot of Florida; Gateway to the
Wysong, secretary ot the dob Keys". He said he had bought
A special message regarding the said.Mrs.. W. J. Krome will serve as a limited number of them on an
Townsend National Recovery Plan! secretary-treasurer of the unit for:I Impulse to bring them to the meetIng I COOKED CRAWFISH 19c Ib.lb. I
will be 1i'eIat this meeting Mr. the next six weeks while Mrs. with the Idea that the association -
Wysong says, and everyone Is Invited Rives Is away on her vacation j I might sponsor the adoption
to attend. Workers in the production room' of some such plate to be put on la

this week were: Monday, Mrs :,all automobiles In this section as SNAPPER GROUPER
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fan . ,20 . .15 .
Funeral Services Held Tibbits and Mrs Rives, Tuesday, effective advertising device for
Mrs. H. G. Thurman Mrs Orin 'the district
For Mrs. D. W. Glisson Smith, Wednesday, Mrs Chas W I I Vice-president Johnson said that YELLOWTAIL* ,25 GRUNTS . . .10

Camp, Mrs J Wardrope, Thursday all suggestion made would be CONCH" . . .15 SHRIMP . . .30
Funeral services for Mrs Annie Mrs W J Krome, Miss Grace considered by the board of directors -
Glisson, (2, of Naranja were conducted Butterfield, Friday I Mrs. Ceo D I and he thanked the members i! .
In Palm Cemetery at Naranja Ruehle; Saturday Miss Butterfield, who had advanced the Ideas
I Monday by the Rev. Jas. H. Mrs A. Guile Mrs Henry Ruegg, I II Herman Marks, chairman of the I Small 010Lg.

Dodson pastor of the Homestead Mrs Grennell and Mrs. V. M. decorations committee, reported ] MULLET [ '
Church of God. Mrs Glisson died Grennell. Jr. that the committee had decided I Cape Sable 12 I'i

Saturday in a local hospital after I The Red Cross unit 1s sponsoredby that the town needs a display of f
a brief Illness the Homestead Business and flags on patriotic holidays It was I
A native of Clay County she Professional Women's Club. I decided that each merchant would Headquarters for Bait

came to Naranja 16 years ago I I ..._.__..................... ......................_........._..._..................-....-............... ,
1 She Is survived by her huband, I .

J Dennis Turner W. Funeral Glisson Home wa In I DIXIE H1WAY FISH MARKET

charge of arrangements
For Vacation Dressing Up .fACETTI BROS. PEOPS.

. Death Takes BrotherOf i
PHONE 5S1-J
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Mrs Benj. W: Morris received I _ __
word Wednesday of the death of
a brother, Forest Peters, at his t i
for Delicious Home
Ohio home. Death was due to a i Cooking

heart attack.
Mr. Peters leaves a wife and one I You'll like Tropical Cafe for
child. Survivors In Dade Countyin 398 .
its tasty food, its pleasant at-
addition to Mrs Morris are another
sister, Mrs K. E. Sessler, mosphere. Do come in soon.

and a .brother, Henry Peters, both Blue TM ar Green
of Coral Gables. Another brother :
David Peters,. resided In Roanoke, A perfect summer slack suit Tropical Cafe

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feUUORlC: LCACX AacJll .. --- -.hM....T b* to MiMMOt"G.wwa.r.e..,"wH..e.Merles
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recent A. P. wire
CBSCKirnOX MTt story from <:
I. Do" rtttir'r .1M ArIz., relate to the discovery "
0...... of Vttt C-*f_ 11,50 of a cave on th*' Papago .f)
Indian reservation bearing evidence ';

of occupation a* early a*
Them as Has and seven thousand years ago Es. ,,
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Them as HaintBy plorers have gone through 12 :, "
feet of debris to the earliest culture '
I'I
Delectus *-Stone Age Implement Dr. LC

Jim Smith wed to tit on a flih-klt i Henry of the University of Artaona et Le
An' passed out mlllioni i day. think the cave had continued
He'd tell what he'd do with his 41t occupation sine 5,000 B. C, .c!
to 400 A. D.-Nine mummified remains r

T.t money his were found with Mongo- ("
thing was a-coming way; ,
He'd give a fine park to the city liod-ahaped head, Indicating Asia r'
An' build I fine City Hall, tic origin. "
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An dredge out the crick over yan-
del During 1940 the three leading

Till nobody'd know It at all. cigarette factories sold over forty .
billions of the "coffin nails", a. I.t
He'd ga u* a lot of gondola nother approached that average

Regardless of any expense i and two minor one totaled fifteen
An' make it a regular Venice billion.

WhiM Isltln' ladies and gent . ,
tE tEI tEi
Would come fr'm all over to tee it
The tourist spent 445
million
With everything free as the air Ie
dollar in Florida the
past year
With lemonade plenty ai water
in enjoying our winter sunshine
Ait bonds that would play everywhere -
and in Miami alone over two e
millions of It were spent In keep. J'
An' alwui when Jim was a- ipend- Ing It out In summer by means of .. tf
InV ',l:' awnings.

i Hamp Hawkins, th' tinner, wouldHow I ( 'M.I . .

say The most 'destructive art in the E
them II has money,they keepIt AA IN A. G .Q K01J world: art-Ulery. ,

ICIZYAM.S..E.. . .'; d
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An' them ai haint give It IwaY.1 i !. I,
Collier's magazine in editorializing
b--
An' after he'd pent 10 much money I on the importance of an adequate : .,s'r.t'
Thei t wasn't a cent left to spend, i ,SI/p INS It'/rA'BUD' air force in warfare, ,
He'd borry a pipe o' tobacco I J Ira Ma, ; P"We.t :dsilfilli makes the sensible suggestion that ;
t'
From me or aome other old I iJtIr' a new cabinet office, secretary of
friend, I t" the air, be created. It makes the \ III
An' siKh with a heart full o' tor-i undebatable statement (that under
row, Th chief characteristics of the PRICKLY Tfco administration of GOVERNOR the present set-up the war

An' nay with"big tears In him eye ASH it iU ooaspicjotsB triangular prickles BROOKE was made notable by bit signing and navy department have, quite "
Thet his wife ort to hev a new with corky bases and the biting aromatic naturally, managed to keep the
i law *
the
wrapper. I late of Its bark. Inehewfcuj the twigs er > ISO providing for a liberal air fore subordinated to themselves

But couldnt, bony th' price. hut of this Httta tm CM can Madly understand .sy tea of_ Intern Improvement. The ads! : whereas It should be co.

An' then he'd complain of th' why It cares the toothache The inaugurated a MV era la the UU, 4MbJor
system teats b ao strong you rftfpstt th* Modals to build MMM .. a. roais Is the thinks her chick Is the blackest

On which this old earth seemed pain In the Jfc.tk. i' teeth jf time than MT ether tiltate. I . .

to run, With a maximum high of N degrees

When them at won't spend it has worker engaged In the highly Edo this gracefully, you have . temperature in the Homestead

money, practical task of making a living. learned something Important Children in CourtBy area, Floridians are to bit
An' them aa Ii lib'ral hat none, The comment of a leading Buenos -1 1 I. Keep a birthday book; remember congratulated. On Sunday, July
An wish thet he had a few millions Aires newspaper seems to birthday and anniver- Judge Malcolm RatfleldlEUGIOl'S 27 Cleveland, Ohio, saw an all-
the and be time record of 103.2, while a thermometer
point, might worth a'; I make people aware f '
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An' from I o'f'y UW --- --- at office
bony a
a quarter me little study before the Caned In nice little ways, newspaper
To pay the grocer for tomethln' State government Invite Holly Wish them "happy birthday", or GROUPS there indicated IOGI!.. I !

He had to take home for his tea. wood to make another movie to write them little note on impor- A court found that leaden of 0 e

An' alwui when Jim was adreamin' aid cultural relation It observed: : tant day They will notice and various nationalistic and racial Dr. Orestes Caldwell predicts J
"A* long aa Hollywood insists on appreciate you more. possible physical change in the

Hump Hawkins, the tinner, seeing Argentina ai an Incredibly '. Learn to do one thing well, JI'OUPl.not only have the welfareof function of human and animals, ilJ
would say, ridiculous tropical country, no many things pauably. If IOU can their respective people at heart such as dogs giving milk like

How them a* has money, they pan-American! understanding If make better potato salad than but they also take great pride In cows and cats laying edible eggs,
kwprt possible no matter how many anybody else, Improve on that the fact that they care for their through X-ray bombardment I'm
An' 'good will travelers' are sent here until everybody acknowledges glad I am beyond the twin possi J
them ai hain't give It away. own Therefore, when an Italian
your mastery of the art. That bility.
will make you more confident. boy who had no church affiliations i

Learn many other thing a* that became involved in a minor difficulty -
HOW TIMID ARE: TOUT Here Is the present plight of the ,
Causes Riots you can do them If the need arises the court Immediatelycalled farmer, as Editor Sam Card, of
If you are ally and bashful it such as tennis, swimming, I
the Breeder Gazette
Effort the (Spencer,
of the motion pictureIndustry upon most influential
I It
means that you have not learnedto peaking in public. See that your f
Indiana
I ) size up the situation:
to Italian
strengthen intetAmerican
family In the community
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deal
relation have resulted easily with people, and clothes are clean and that you "If you have a son, he Is drafted;
that you must practice until you are clean. This will make you feel to supervise the case
In rioting In Buenoa Aires, where up nursing; if you have a hired
have learned. Some people learn at ease, the. lack of it will make, Similar successful result* were ob-
a film called "Argentine Night man, for'a .day' work In an air-
hat its premier .howln,. So distasteful quickly walk aa some babies learn to you unhappy. Appreciate people tained when the same methods plan factory he get a mm equalto
early. and tell them about it.
to the Argentinian was were applied to cnlKiren of other about a week of his farm J
Do not
get discouraged. Youwouldn't 9. If you dont get Invited Somewhere "
the Hollywood conception of life foreign! racial greups. wage The editorial solution to
give music Just became invite the crowd to
up your
In their country that police re- It ha also been discovered that the problem to, do your own work
you can't play "MooeliahtSonata" house, especially the person who I Idldn't
with
aervee when a boy I* placed in the modem machinery. But
were fteceasary quiet the custody
first time
you alt Invite you. The bunch will
of Iris what will bom of this great
things. rabbi
down at tile piano. You wouldn'texpect have a good time.and you will priest or minister .
Thla ktetl and when bit parent horde *f 'unemployed when the .1
,. effort followed an to be aa expert ateoogra- get practice In entertaining. Informal are .
earlier one entitled "Down Argentine pher without practicing formonfJ. "get-to-gethers" where made to cooperate with the war end. ? . .
)Kay.'" Though the producer Yet church aaosatd ftenss are seldom -
some people, who everybody has fun, even without '
were confident that this would conamttted by such You had better save those pearl
find It hard to deal with people, food, are Jolly. Never say a mean young
picas the1 South Americana, a begin to despair refuse Invitation thing about a person. This will sters. Their paretitl usually can buttons; there's going to be a
little booing and booing were and ml** t lot of fun. do more to make you popular be persuaded to arrange that their shortage Our supply of pearl for
detected among. Argentine audiences Here are a few rule to help:' thaa anything else I know if you children be readmitted Into the those comes from the South Sea

that wimeaeed the movie. 1. Meet all the people you can. can remember It: church when the court frankly Islands of the Pacific, and just
Appnrentljl "Argentine Nights" Go to partial church, tlubsball a Whenever yea tip>> anywhere Inform them that their childrenwill now peerl'divers are more interested

look up where "Down Argentine games.' Talk to people. Listen to sick out the pa son tn the crowd fee removed from their custody la the war thaa in. diving for

Way- left off,'with the result that them when they talk. Mix with.1I who took a* if he or she la lonely unless they cooperate.By pearl shell
damage don to "good neighbor" I them under all aorta of canrfttiotu.; and not havingja a !good time. gaining the help of both the i .
relations will take I lot of repair' I Watch the way tHey des Mat Make it your business to see that church and the leaders of the The political >fight between

ing. yourself say aomeUuag to diorite a* does have a good time. If youam I various nationalistic and racial Mayor frank Hague- of Jersey
Motion pittun producer apparently even It it I* wro. g. Ton wO do that, you will forget you groups the court I* able to rely City and GaY Charles Edison, so*
do not realize that the learn ay snistake. stead a newspaper -' .vie. timid, and yecfB have a on the services of Indivduals who of the famous inventor, has
people of Argentina aad all La. and listen tort ...e. That Jolly 'time 'OIIfMlf.-Tbe Pro- thoroughly understand the i ideal, reached the name-cejlsng stage

tin-American nwbUa+s are aeatitlve will give yeu something to talk aeciaive Farmer. customs and habits that motivate Hague branded Edison aa a political -
to tsJarepreMntatio They about the lives of their children. While upatart who was playing J
resent being pictured M Mien Get a book fn ."goo ,eta "U -- th* methods of...such group may the rol* at 'hypacen .aad Edison

who spend tta. ''Urn flitting When .you knoll 's-MY Jt reds filii ;'protect, America*' is",sad differ somewhat train UIOIIItIcIt4 prae- countered with, "31* bit: wind IJ I
from pleasure to. pleasure Acta- Jl ally. Argentinian.Jik* ,meet-of crowd Study the ark oftaaroduclag landed or toretgai soap at keel 200 home, the bcsMfidal effects staw.'dD.tspset.Rbe poOtteat Jg -

flue.people to Worth America art, people' We yeti can I ttoMB. axxoiJsBg-4or tshfiCit rerorti-" srehJeved are.nsual>>-th*>...... piecart., '*
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1 Lieut Theodore Franklin will tivemr" .... this w... Mr. week vials. Mn. Adam)' pareauv !
; return Monday to Camp Croft, anl ?Il'I. H. O. Wilt of Motitjomerr. Mr. and Mrs. J. Tom Vann. I
1 Spartensburg, S. C., after a visit ,'Ala, and their daughter, Marie ;
'In and Around of a few days in Homestead with tlllJo spent last week here with Mrs. H. M. Lyon of Longview
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. J'' relaters who was recovering from a long j
Franklin. He arrived here Sun- illness has suffered a relapse !

HomesteadMr. day in company with his parents Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Jacobsen and which Is causing her family and ;I
and Mrs. H. K. Foulk. aU of whom ton Msrtow, returned Saturday friends great eonoara.Mn. i\
had been visiting Htnderaonville from I ..hrtour of the western -
-,for several weeks. Misses Connie itatM.Mlu J. E. Davis underwent a .1
and Sadie Vaughn of Union, S. C. major operation fa the Protestant 1 .'
Mr. and Mrs. C. Ben Plummer guests of Mr. and Mn. Sam J. also accompanied th party here fora Shirley Anne Smith of Hospital Nashville yesterday. ;j
attended the graduation exercises Davis Tuesday Dr. and Mn.Nor- visit at the Franklin home.
Louisville, G*., will arrive Saturday !i
man Bamesby of Coconut.Grove Mr. and Mn. J. D. Perkins hire
Alta Webster
'lily to visit Mm ,
; visited Mr. and Mrs. Davis Sunday Mr. and Mn. E.: A. Buchanan as a guest for several weeks,
who.If a classmate at Agnes Scott
:'week. will leave Saturday to spend a va- Mr. Perkins' mother, Mn. W. L. :
GLMn.
College In Decatur,
cation of two weeks in Woodbury, Perkins of Miami.
Miss Esther Livingston accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Fitzpatrick Go. visiting Mr. Buchanan's parents I
by Mn. Nancye Rickardleft and daughter, Barbara, returned Mr. and Mrs J. W. Buchan- Ceo N. Wakefield and children Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Denby ant
Wednesday for Columbia. S. Monday from a'visit with an. Barbara and Norton, spent sons will leave Monday to visit Dr.
c., where they will join Miss Hel-' relatives in Lexington and Pres-; the week-end Vero Beach with Denby's mother Mn. Bertha Den- :.
en Livingston and then go to Hendenonviile tonburg, Ky. Mn. Fitzpatrick has Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cochran of Mr and Mn. Earl Sappinjton by, In Warren. R. I. Dr. Denby ,:
N. C, for a month's been away for.six weeks and Mr.' Coconut Grove are announcing the while Mr. Wakefield attended the plans also to go to Canada to fish. "
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stay. Mr.; and Mn. S. E.: Livingston Fltzpatrlck, foes three weeks: birth of a seven-pound son, James Rotary assembly In St. Augustine
( and Miss Esther Livingston 1 Walter, in the James Acher Smith Brown Ross, his daughter, Aim
returned July 24 from a two- Mr. and Mrs.. W. R. Bush, and Hospital on Monday. Mrs. Cochran Kin Ellen Vann, Miss llabel Mae, and his son James, left thla
week visit in various parts of their son, Ralph, of Talladaga, Ala., is the former Miss Jessie An- Ruth Pope and Miss Mary Fiances week for a vacation on the west
North and South Carolina.Mr. I and Mn. Bush's father and mother 1 derson of Redland.Mr. Rutland returned Sunday from coast Mr. Ross Is foreman o(
1 Mr. and Mn. Will Payne, dl and Mn. Hunter Hardln of lUduecrest N. C.. where they' attended Coral Reef nurseries. t'
and ;;W.: B. Mills will her sister, Mn Henry Pittman i Key West spent Sunday in Homestead a training union of the Baptist - I i
for two-week and two children all of Dothan friends and relative tl
leave Sunday a vacation visiting Assembly.Mrs. Ruth and Betty Bjrum are
in HendenonvlUe. Ala. spent Tuesday and Wednesday spending the week with their uncle

of last week In Homestead Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Wynn I Wayne Adams and son, and aunt, Mr. and Mn. Jules Abraham i
Mr. and Mn. Jack Polk are entertaining visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. L Brown' and son, Brian, will leave SatW'day -I|Tommy, who have been living in in Coconut Grove. Mr. and
Mr. Folk's cousin, Miss and children. on a three-week tour of the'jPompano are staying for several (Continued on Page Seven)
Eleanor Skells of Atlanta. state
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Mn. Robert Holland of Coconut daughter, 'Nina Pearl, and James Mrs. Cecil Lee returned Friday
Grove the former Miss Lola Rob- Brown returned Tuesday from a from a short visit with relativesin
erts of Redland, left recently to ten-day vacation spent In visiting Fort Lauderdale.Mr. .
join Mr. Holland In Georgetown, relatives In Columbus, Ga, and
British Guiana. Edwin, Ala.
and Mn. Ben Frantz of!CHEVROLET
Elizabeth, N. J., arrived Sunday to
Mn. Green Rives and daughter,
aJne Mr. and Mn. W. W. Bethea of visit ),frs. Frantz' brotherinlawand ,
Emma will leave Mondayfor
Princeton had as week-end sleets I sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. I.
a six-week vacation near Hen- Mr. Bethea's father i
and brother, fisk. FIRSTBecause
denonville, N. C. Mr. Rives will R. A. Bethea and R. A. Bethea, Jr., I
leave at the same time for HotSprings both of Gainesville. '
Ark. I Geo. Wakefd Wm. J. Ger-

onimo, president and secretary, It's Finest
Roy Glisson who has been
visiting
J '-ii Robert Allan Armstrong of Lit- ' respectively, of the Homestead
tle River spent last week-end with Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Swilley I Rotary Club, returned Tuesday ...
left Friday for Ml home In Washington
night from St. Augustine where
his grandparents, Mr. and Mn. H
4 D. C. attended Rotary district .. .. ....
J. Armstrong in Redland. they a
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I assembly held on July 28 and 29.
Miss Edwina Close returned Saturday - The Top Ten Passenger Cars
Miss Lucy Clark, teacher In Coleglo from
Tallahassee where she Mr and Mrs. T. A. West of Al- .
-'- 'BuenavliU In Havana and has been visiting Miss Helen Ga. Mr. and I
Ray- bany, are visiting RETORTED IH
I TIN IN REGISTRATIONS
" FIRST
Mn. Maud E. ,
, Chandler were burn for the past week. I I Mn. E.: H. Collier and other rela- "
i I '" ACTOHOTIVE NEWS TODAY JCT.T M, 1M1

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f 1- 3.m Chevrolet 417,5301

2,-345,473 Ford 269,764Z i

3-278,333 Plymouth 217s.t63,

4-190,869 Buick 132,6684
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5-179,268 Pontiac 108,890-

6-146,219 Oldsmobile 94,4017

7-124,744 Dodge 103,4316

8- 86,497 Chrysler 493998

Redland Brand 959,714 Studebaker 41,5929

10- 61,945 De Soto 3-S,284-10


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MUSICALE AT CLUBHOUSE TONIGHT IS J. S CAVES IS HONORED MUSICAL BANQUET ENJOYED BY YOUNG !'
l ON BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY I
SOUTH DADE RED CROSS UNIT BENEFIT I Mn Roland Worley and Mrs.I PEOPLE OF LOCAL METHODIST CHURCH c

Lester Walkup entertained Monday -
men
[Program numbers for the trios. 'Cavalier Rurticion -, evening at the home of their The young people of the Home.I Miss Miry Elite Dearinff, Mia ,
ctle which will be given at 8 o'- *" and 'Provincial Study", b y parents Mr and Mrs. J. S. Cavesof stead Methodist Church gave a Helen Hooker Mss Saute, David ;,
clock this evening In the Woman Director and Mn Jose Caaca and Florida City In honor of the musical banquet 11tJ1e. Sunday|,a Williams Paul C. Herndon,

Club building ai l South Dade Red Boy Nelson accompanied by Mn birthday or Mr. Caves school rooms Friday evening The I Sparkmaa Holding. Roy Nelson
Cross Unit benefit were announced! Joseph Elder, reading "I Went Cake and punch were served table were attractively decorated I Wtllard Norman, Robert B. Cast,

yesterday by Mn I. P. McLean, A-flhing With My Dad". by Brl.nW'II The others present were: MX with cut flowers and fern. and Harvey and Paul Rue D., L. and i
commute chairman from the vocal solo by Stanley Witt- and Mn J W Cave, Mr. and the music and words of "How Do I I Harry Bowen,:Tommy Harris, flu- .
Horaeteud B. P. W. C. sponsor of kop; accordion solo, "San Antonio Mn Lloyd DeUx Mr and Mrs. You Da Everybody, How Do You I Serf Smith, Ponald C'tua.- Low

the unit. ROM" Jby MM Virginia Walker; Fritz Schroeder> Mn S. T.' Robinson Do" were used as l center'.piece .Eaket.:Ji "Kot5f.;.. ::" .

Two little gUls Emma Jane reading. "The: Volunteer Soldier". Mi_ Melba Sever. M B. for each table. Tti* banes.sod ', :'' .'I' .
'Biven and Dixie Jean BrunkOw, by Jackie. .Polk; trios,. "Honey Sever,. Lester Walkup. Merle words of popular song were aced 1441i5i4'9CLpt. }.TO' nJ {,t,? ."1' a
in.Red CTOM uniforms: will.collect Babe" arid "Worried Mind",' by Cave. Itarald Delta Jowny Brit.too. .. a* place eardi and! the league e.fiblera FOa.OAN<* OH('.AJDG.;It ,.-- 'i't',:
a pilvnr offering during the Intermission Miss Walkeru'::= Cave* and Xtnler wTtfehead.; and 'Donald .surrounded each out c p.- ".iWaap.jorft1 daAFarfuc"t..Jhej"a
between the fart aOd second : Ronald Caves; ."."$aund r* .duetto. : Tt>e address' titweldaas,3eaagi ".,.,. R'.C11ili.ot4ot ,siPdr*gtlvti.sM .

part of the. program McClaanaaVCourtaWv"' add "To .. -m.by.Mia vNel| *. Sauls,'preat4t +P=Arat.:!!; cfbr{, bl IIMrtt
Refreshment will be aerie by ittfl* Bates**!*, fcy-Mlae, Crace O&eA&"CLtia.MU1'S. d of,tn* young people's department . Q4estase c /lIIIiJI&.II1j".u. s.!

the P. I*, W. C committee. Mrt ButtirJieM;piaab tGIot''nIe' WIT1111,11111M sum same' '\ ,' and' Mis.Sable. alaaeryedtoasl Jt",,;+K09dr sparkg.Rh;tslet-= eijbp.da "
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McLean. Mr. T:1Ja-IIIJDett. Mn Whitney hr? ocr a Blaster:. ..: ..
Mrs-. Feed.-ftM4, Mrs., Susie .f,_ T d j. tkeapP9s.eHdvok9thcR 4.' "
Virgil Lyon.-Mts. Henry Ruegg Valley of u illlter" and "TileAa- Proctor cod Mn--b-A..Wte*. eabrtabasd ,FUUrdfersusi cteyed pnotalist V W1uAus4, sham FewM1 ra.M1lLsbw 41r

find Mrs._M: r White. wet"., by".Mb, Wm My$ eJwdltr-' th*.Doroq..Dass .f tae"t1o .*.1 laa_ ,.Ms,, Mary:.HJe*. isW.la.tha.. astt""fbaad+,,p... ., "1.elJW. -,
Thepruttram 'numbers 'are: noel uCod Bleat Arterie'II.J.the >.Bipbat; Cburcti- 'of erases ) arim **nr.*i lire begUniqtb D ', 49, Moro" tpC.ttase. .sire- w'.

"America' ;by'.auditttce, : iaatru ud1e4l'1 .. .r .1:1: : fte4 ** th* boor Mm tteii proajram. Group slpftlpf jind -- r ,

din Friday' Mr Wise KHicte4 swat* wereeni&jsd.throughout 11' ulkr.kitil graekhtRstathu! '3tM t
I M R; AND IlR3, davouoaiM.. . \ : the 4upperJa Rae. T* A.r* -. I rOdtff+t .........Stutokket k ,re.a, .t..
neat. guson. 'Nuts. : 'of 4ft*:rue.nlag :- I 1 Jr a4k .'_:-W.t.:Aa:_ I.4w'Jpa .
BY FAMILY ON" SILVER ANNIVERSARYIn 11 eaeeMngi will i bC held I
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:"<* .. !'UJIaIOlJ',4; atjtt) rstheliom* of Mrs. W T MoConaeU thetrge of Ms. meiuw... Art clqsjaj :. ; ataj 'K' th.vd.ivwB; .-r

honor of their silver wedding garden -flower IIIId -watte .am \u,. 22. it wts announced numbers Roy-'Nelson Playedtwo bj! iiilliuaaad.M tke regular .bu....

roe and pink tapers decorated:the violin selection: t ,o.a..y,.. .
anniversary. Mr. and Mrs S. L. Present were Mrs, C. T. Harper . . ...
of .
lace spread !dining.table.. Cab Members of th*.Society Chestiab .
West wtre given a Joyful surprise Mrs. A. D. Smith, Mn J- C. Lott, '.
and punch wore served_ .Service prepared and served 'veiCHBOKHOOir CLUB . .
at their home on Roberts Mn Julia Polk Mn T. T. Bowen .
party the
The out-of-town guests .Included supper SEWS"FOR RED CROSS
An. T. E. Kirby Mn T D. Piche. j
road Wednesday evening by their : Mr. and Mrs T. A. West of Mrs Chas Martin Mn J. R. By. Those who attended were: Mr The Rediand Neighborhood Cir- j

daughters and son, Mn W. T. Albany. Ga. Mr. and Mn H. O rum, Mrs W. B. Caves, Mn T. C. and Mn Ferguson Mr. and Mrs cle spent Wednesday afternoon at i .
Wright Mrs R. O. Murrah and West and daughter, Marie-Ella. of Shockleford Mr. Frank Mcll. Ivan Moser Uf and Mn J. E the home of Mn L. H. Klopp sew- j
Miss Martha West of Miami and tMontomery. Ala. and Mr. Wrightand wain Mrs McDonnell Mn Proctor Close, Mr and Mn Ceo E5tell.j Inc for the local Red Cross unit.
Mn Dexter Home and Howard Mr. Murrah of Miami. Other Mn Wise and Mn Redd. Mr. and Mn Lloyd Field, A dozen skirts were completed I.I
West of Homestead guests were: Mr. and Mn H. Collier Mrs Leslie bitter Mr. and and a halt dozen long wool dresses *

Mm Wm. Mussel white song "I Mr. and Mrs G. A. West, Mr. -.awe....'"-.-........................ J. A. Peeler Mr. and Mrs. Mn'l were started Mrs. B. A. TibbiU I
Love You Truly" and "At Dawn- ,, and Mrs. Gordon Iv'ey. Miss Lu. McKay, Mn Julian H. and Mrs Green Rives who are in i
Inn". cille West Mr. Muiuelwhite Mr. i' The Calendar Miss Dawn Sawyer Miss I charge of the unit attended the

The IOOKU were decol'a'ltl1 ,, Horne and Elbert West II I lDR. ..www.---.--............."w :Rowland, Misses Martha and Mary ,meeting

I Au,. 1-Red Cross benefit mu- Jo Close Misses Mildred and Margaret The others present were: Mn
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slcale In Woman Club buildIng Field, Miss Mary Louise Hoi I Geo. Wright )fn. Walter Gaby.
B M ANDERSEN TO SPEAK ON WAR
I at 8 p. m. comb Miss Alia Webster, Has Art. J. A. Rotherham Mn C. G.
GARDENS AT EVENING MEETING OF CLUB Aug I-Luncheon meeting of Elizabeth Hall Misses Lillian and "alderwood, Mn Sam J. Davis. ,
Edith Booth, Miss Iris Caplinger Mfi. J. Lawrence
I Episcopal auxiliary Scott, Mnr .
; ;:; Miss Marybelle Gibbs, Miss Mar. W Chase Miss Eva Rotherham
Dr. E!: M. Andersen of the Sub- JUNIOR A CUB Au,. Business meeting of I ,
jorie Moser Miss Antoinette. Helen Mn Klopp and Mrs Ralph Kin.m.n.
tropical Experiment Station will : WILL MEET TUESDAY Homestead B. P. W. C. In Cham- .-
speak on war time gardens it next I The August business meeting of ber of Commerce building at 8 and Sue Maya Miss Lois Pierce, a visitor
Monday evenings meeting'of the the Junior Woman dub of
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South Dido Garden Club at the Homestead will be held Tuesdayevening u.. ...7 A ..i.. ivnii_ .rrca, t j" ."".'.f
I Aug Evening meeting of
home of Mrs. T. E. Stadig near at 8 cluock I In the club I L
Garden Club at home of Mn T. Jack
Princeton house Instead of on the regular
DIXIE DRUG
I E. Stadig in Princeton.
This meeting will be held at 8 meeting day Monday. The changeis Polt Johnson
o'clock m the evening so that husbands being made so as not to Interfere Aug 5-Called meeting of
of members can attend I with the tint aid classes conducted Homestead Woman Club at 3 Phone .3$ and (111 O'-4.1 0

Mn E. J. Norman will be co- on Monday and Thursday o'clock.
hostess. .'e\tnings Aug: S-Business meeting of Right now chile ,oll'n
I Junior Woman CUb. ing plan for vacations check 000
over this list of value during
REDI.AM CLUB APPOINTS ART CLASS TO MEET Au,. Meeting of art class In the Rexall Drug Store Playtime
NOMINATING COMMITTEEA : II NEXT FRIDAY 1 Chamber of Commerce building at Sal. For quick relief front
The Homestead Art Clubs Oam. discomfort of muscular
nominating committee to report aches and pain, sluggish
at the September meetingwas painting class will meet for an Au,. 12-Business meeting of headaches. colds nervous
appointed at a meeting, all.day session In the Chamber of Homestead Woman Club at 3 1 train from over exercise
of the Redland Home Demonstration Commerce building on Friday, o'clock. get quick acting I Rex.
Aug 8, at II clock //1tl. Seltser Feel I "(It a* a flddl -
Club Friday afternoon In the Au,. Homestead Woman'sClub *" quickly You
Miss Allie Mae Kitchens of Miami Can get
Redlunrt Community Church. On dance In Chamber of Com- ; Rex.Seltstr In the eco
the committee areMn. Is Instructor of the group at i nomicalpackag.orserv.dtent
Seymour merce building I Rex-Rub I la a counter Irri
Dane, Mn H. J. Armstrong and present August It-Meeting of Outlook I for relieving soreness t at the soda fountain.i

Mn A. E. Brannon. Circle with Mn Eileen Peel. -also Itching and irritation -
Miss Eunice Grady, county home i The' Homestead B. P. W. C. will of athlete's foot etc REXSEITZERrA&rsQQc
Au,. 22-Meeting of Dorcas it II111 11
Demonstration agent, and members hold, a business meeting Monday Try today.RiXRUB
night Class with Mn W. McConnelL
Ulkfd en Unusual or Rare Tropical -

Plants and Some of Their 7SC .

User Emphasis was placed on PJDr. Leonard W. Haskla l
the mew Redland guivaMr a 72A "WAY
*. Dane reported on the upholstery GLASSES I II
WOI k meeting held In .....".... Ia ... e.......... I
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napes < __It.i w iC V
:June at the horn of Mr*. Qran- let w. iL 'o. .
y1 ". -, "* I ,
Bon The group decided to hold -' It tw t always possible U avoid suhlurn: But there
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no August meeting .... cm 0"M4 Tmmt jt 7- is a way 14 get relief from the painful attar ./recta.I .
uat apply .a cool, of Result
--,. _- Gypsy Crtam. Almost Immediately. you get relief
from sunburn Irritation Yet, Rtxall Gypsy Chain
-I la creamy, soft and soothing with a delightful
summery odor VM It for itching of insect '
bite. Ion _
A aag. /a00irOti r
Announcement DIM).lasting vas of tslthe I 50'
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lorallnMt with ThsrmlaiM, .
H atrlM* nwdiod . Cool,
Dr. G. 0. Brevster will reopen his nf,* oanfartabUIA

pffice for eye, ear, nose, and throat *fa* I Ion I:

treatment in the :McCrory Arcade d1u/rmiqufJ SUMMER or ''WINTEROUR

Monday, August 4. PRESCRIPTION SERVICE

Glasses fitted ..... YOUR PROTECTIONBring
IS
1111MALICE'S .....
.-...- w._ your ,ren(>tlafl to. the Rexall /
Office hours 9 to 1 daily except BeAUTY Drug Store when a dwbl chock guarantee

: accuracy;
unday. _;_1.1l PARLOR THE sod STOW
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I .....IS-II-M..,.,CMT l..n Am..*.- Ice Cream Made Fresh Daily' in Our Store

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Roystown Ga, left Sunday after a It a sauce composed of the tomatoes .

i n.1JN AND AROUND short visit with Mr. and Mn Paul sliced onions, butter or but :

[ Haley. ter tubsitlute and water and bake, -CLASSIFIED ADSRATK.

basting frequently with sauce. In I

f : HOMESTEAD Elbert West of Homestead has serving, slice the roll crosswise -1
Tint insertion 104 a line, subsequent Insertion
-.- replaced W. W. Hastings at the The hard-cooked eggs may be I

Florida Power and Light office omitted. w. line
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l+frtt. Abraham spent Sunday with Joe Gollatschack spent Thursday Reception pooch ,
t 'Mr and Mrs. J. R. Bjrrum in Red. FOR RENTFOR LOANS
and
Friday wth: hit family 1 cups sugar : 1
land.p .
t here. 2 quarts water
| RENT- room downstairs LOANS TO BUILD MODERNIZE,
H crushed mint leave
I cup
p Mrs. Mason Roberta will be returned Alton Whitehead from the C C CI 3 quarts orange Juice apartment with 2 porches. All REPAIR Residential Grove It
home this I modern convenience' Inquire and Business Property
to her week from ,
on the Ken the week' I
camp 1
t the county hospital where he underwent end with hit mother spent, Mrs Letter I quart Juice pineapple grape or berry I P. O. Box 1173 Homestead. From $30 to $5OOo-from 1 mo. to

an operation last week. (A1-2S i 5 yeart
i. Walkup. 1 quart lemon Juice :No Down Payment-No> Red Tape

.l I 2 quarts iced tea 'i FOR RENT-Two-bedroom apartment i SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS
Mr. and Mrs Wm. V.
Smytht
Mr. and Mrs. William Angelml 2 gallons water I all electric furnished 5 $200 for 38 mo.-Repay $(.39 mo.
left Wednesday lor vaeaton; ir
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and children. William Jr., and 2 quarts ginger ale | minutes drive from Homestead $500 for 36 mo.-Repay $1597 mo.
Asheville and other places in the
I Lillian returned Sunday from' Orange and lemon slices and i Federal highway & B.tcayne $1,500 for 60 mo.-Ripay $32.50
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CarolinesMr I
Beaufort, S. C. I' mint sprigs drive Modello. Mrs Eva Collins I mo

I I Boil sugar with the 2 quarts I Ask for FREE Eitlm trs
and Mrs. C. R. Singleton and ++++vf++++++++++*+ I I
water about 5 minutes. Add Without Obligation
Mr and Mr*. Fred Kufeldt spent I FOR .RENT-Residence in Florida I ModernIze
crushed mint. Cool and strain Add LOANS can be secured to -
the week-end In Hollywood. Hints toHousewives :fruit Juices tea and water. Just f City; I bedrooms, fireplace, electric and Repair LEASED OR

before serving add ginger ale. Pour stove running hot and cold MORTGAGED Property: '

I Roland Armour of Miami fart over ice in punch bowls. Garnish I water two' bathrooms, reasonable We also have FHA LOANS for'

spending this week in Redland i with fruit slices and mint sprigs I rent. Apply Leader-Enter I New Homes, payable monthly

I M!toiting Dick and Bill Scott, sons, Serves 100.Southern plse. over 20-25 jears I''

t 4 of Mn and Mrs. J. Lawrence Scott r Let us supply your "BUILDING. i iI'
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Candled Sweet Potatoes FOR ,SALEBARGAINBlooming NEEDS. Prompt SIr let.! I
i : FLORiCITy1 + ++++. ++++++++++4., ; 1
.' ,8 sweet potatoes BROOKER LUMBER CO.

tl. Lemon Bitter fr te.eUbleiH Butter or butter substitute '! tze African I' Phone 62 Homestead. Fla

jI' Br Mrs. W. W. Severy 1 cup maple or brown sugar ,->
I cup lemon juice 4 I violets 25*. Redd Dry Clean- .

2 tablespoons softened J>utlrr .- .'.4' cup water .c". %.* (pa-8) MISCELLANEOUSLAPSED .. 'I
: far* the potatoes and bflf until i '
f Mrs M. D. Ingrain of Orerrte: H teaspoon paprika -.1 i I'
Dash of sugar IDr. certain about half done. Drain ana cut In i FOR SALE-Two 80-ft lot on LIFE INSURANCE poll'cirs :'
j.Dalicio, Cuba, arrived Saturday fort
f slices and' lay' In S. Krome. See Mrs. Eva
I 3 hot. lengthwise a owner
diced
cups vegetables may be valuable See Elsie
visit with her
I .shod.J. ;Rhode; Mrs. mother Ingram Mrs and Especially good with okra, broccoli shallow greased pan. Spread generously Collins, Modello . Hanson 207 Horne Bid*,pII2n:" t

[ Rhodes plan to leave next cauliflower carrots and with butter or butter,FOR SALE-S-acr* Persian lime
substitute and pour over them a QUILTS LAUNDERED 25c each.
string beans Serves from six
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ek for : to S old now In full
a vacation In North Car- grove, years
eight sirup made of crushed maple er Blankets double or tingle anclbebpl'ead.
line and Delaware. bloom No buildings, only 2 miles
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.brown sugar and water. Bake in same price. Mra,
a moderate oven, basting frequently i from -bank. $2209 cash- Keitt Jackson US S. W 2nd it. i
Lemon MlaeeaMal C.A-8-H.'Do not ask for terms .
Edward and Jackie Char her are.pmdJn mltf-tf
with the sirup until the potatoes Homestead. ( )
the week In Uleta with 4 cup lemon Juice are transparentHOMESTEAD i Treat Oumgl some fertilization,

: grandmother Mrs. Edward I 1 cup raisins scalded, drained ...-........-.,-..-..,...........-..,.,.... but never It it get more foryour WANTED ;
Marohn and chopped money a giveawayat

3 cups finely chopped apple 4-H CLUBBy I $2,200.. H. A. Cameron Phone
WANTED-A 10 to 20 are grove,
I Mr. and M--c. Phillips and '4 cup chopped nuts I I4 Betty June Jenkins 72, Homestead.. Florida. (alltf) \
trade in
4 family left Friday for a two. I '/ cup lemon or orange marmalade ..,..-........" .--...........,........,......... i' will my equity city
FOR SALE Tropical plant, til home and Home cash J. K. Dorn 1

month stay in Hammonton, N. J"I The 4-H girls met Wednesday rut tree and tropical fruit U 214 Halcyon Arcade. Miami I
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:where Mr. Phillips It employed. I 2 cups sugar afternoon at the high school building season. Jungle Grove, Resilient Floridj Phone 2-2463 (pa29)

j I' Vi teaspoon salt The first and second year road and Plummet drive

1 Wade Thompson was returned 2 teaspoons cinnamon girls] are making towels and 4-H \'ANTED-On or more sewing t
,to his home 1 teaspoon cloves PAPAYAS !5c a pound. Mrs Kelt .
Monday from the I aprons The third year girls air machines to be loaned or donated .
Vames Archer Sm.th hospital 1 teaspoon ginger making peasant aprrn The fourth I Jackson 11} S. W. 2nd it. to South Dude Unit Red

;"where he was taken Sunday for Combine Ingredients To make. year girls and up are making bath ;, Homestead (nlt-tP Crou Mn B. A. Tit>it<. Plume e

treatment I pies add: mat from cotton padding rnd 240
FOR RENT-Small 3 room huuuc j'j'I
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,4 cup melted butter for each scrape of cloth. The girl workedon .I paTtI furnished near Seaboard
Mrs J. W. Miller returned to pie their things till 3:30. TUTORING WANTED nlgb
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Sta A. J. Enn pjv25 .
| on. :s (
fcer home here Saturday from Orlando May be sea'ed and kept In Ten girl were present. Mary I II school and grade school subject

where she visited her son-I sterilized Jars (Makes 1 quart or Lucey Hughes and Peggy Smith FRYERS FOR SALE-IV! fir \ Mrs. H. J. Armstrong A. B,

in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs filling for 2 pies) were our assistants Evelyn and I I Shanklin Groves Florida City Plummer dilana Country

Horace Pierce. I Ii I Baked Hamburg Steak Marian Cosaman were our host i (pal Club road.
1'i pound beef round
Jane a demonstration -
esses. Thompson gave .
Dated 1h1. 15'h any 0' J. I. "HIE
i Dr. Aaron H Shift-in has rented I 2 cups bread soaked in milk NOTICE or APPLICATION FOB H. LKAI'HFRMA'Isle
on making a one-egg
TAX f>kEi>-ru> sa. iruNotil '. I
the Collier 1 small onion ( /r .11 ( u". Dadnl" H.d.
cottage on Eighth I rake H hereby rlvn that Norman and' ,
1 tablespoon butter or butter substitute MITT Darwlrk, hoiden .. aulitnmitr If Circuit Court 110.1II
street tTKRKKIT I' C.
: and N
The hostesses served punch ..... ,
I (" trf f iith M Tax On fit.INiimhmd IIIC '
I July Au. I. 19411NOTHE
cake. The meeting was adjournedwith 340, and 640. deed the ah day :,,!
Desidere 2 eggs if June. A. n 19s9. ..." filed .101! I ore
Des:dero returned Sunday I the pledge HflralM ,In my offle*. and hat, made aipllrat ,, OF APPLICATION VON
from a two-month vacation: 4 hard-cooked egg ,i.n for tax dad U Issue Ihtrron In TAX niiiK-Mit slave
i 1' ,,1I.. li hereby al... that Halliolrk
\n Cotton I I 1 cup tomatoes 'I ,4.m'Mx..aaaellAM..aea.a-a..aes --- 1I. arri.nl.niwith* th* f<.llowinl law dirmhrar I I.... holder a> ...1.... if LID ..f H,,i...
'4 cup sliced onion .ltu.,.... In near County. FI,.,ri.. t".win .tend Tat lrrllllrlt Numlirrnl. ll: ,
I Iwo X Block |. era VI.. Park doted the tlh dill if Ihwrmh.. r. A. II
Mrs R. E Scott spent Saturday Salt pepper, ginger Amnilxt. Plat Hook 17. I'.cr 'In th. ) !>>.:. h.. III'" taidrllti .l. In mfifflrr
the meat fine. Add the and hat nidi. ...It"Io.n f,,r !..
Chop City ,1 P iulh M.mh Tunty of Tad
visiting relatives In Miami i and Does Your Car Have I ... ....
Flat rl Flnr,da. a. mhrao.l 1 In Trnlfl; deal lo I I. UF them n In d. with
South Miami I bread and the two uncooked eggs: raw No .... The awwm.M "I mid pr.'p' law Cold crllflcau- ...b..... Ik. r,.II.....
I\\ell-beaten Arrange the hard- I. any under the .Id trtlfkat issued %as Ins rtwrlbrd ...p.\). .I\u'od ,n lid
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In Ih. mum ft E.l.l if Fmnil J..hn.vn. (uutp' Florida" .II'
L. C. tit-1 cooked eggs end to end across the Any of Vl. Ixt ii'. Hoard. Aldn li Ih I llv
Aldrich spent Sunday v: IX tl ftark a. rVa Park Amt>'4nl
Ing Ms middle of the meat and roll the Fiat II..* 11. Pour Po. 1 li Hit City Fl.rdaTh ,..lnd. &;. mlr "' Dna I,. Rtal..r

ton-ln-law and daughter meat mixture around them. Place nf R ml Mamt. Countr .)fr. and Mrs rank SUlllngt In These Faults? of """d.. a. embraced! In Ortlfira . n> ,t uf Mid |" ,.ny nrfr
the roll In a baking pan pour over No. |4> Th. assessment iif .Id wprr the Mid Irrlllkalv I..uod '0I.I. filename
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Miami. lit under the ..'d Carttflral IH.ml ..< of .kn... 111"k. ll C..UII
. hall U redeemed irror lln< t" law
rate
In the name of Estate nf Emma Jnhnw n
Unie.wit Mrs. Charles Becker Is spendIng 7 7 7 deemed arrurdlni, to law. tea deed will ,uf Autuil A !>, IIXI
lath of toatod .tlO let day ..r July A n 'UI.t .
( leave thereon on the day August
several weeks In M.aml with
: H. LEATHP.RMA4. Clerk.
A 0 1941.
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her dauhtera. Mlsref Isabel and POWER Dated this .lh dar rf J..1.. A. T 1941.1, Circuit C..u" 'I.d. Cm ur, "I".ld..
the E R LEATHFRMAN: Clerk !Circuit (',art Real,
Mary Becker. Lacks Power and Speed? rirruit, Court Code C<.uniy. riurtdaClmill 1 by N. I' I1tl\lItT1.: D. 0.'July I
Court Real t. 11. 10. 2h A g t 10411pIMNSE

Mr. that makes Hard t SUit Hr N. C. CTERRFTT P C
and Mrt J. Y. Bowen of IJuly I1. ,". 'a. Aua I. a. 104111 I

Y't"YTT'y" jouWELLlWlTHrNIOU t Diet Too Much Gas NOTK Or APPLICATION FOR ,
TAX OFED-.Pd. A406aChapter
r Vlbra4et rough? n."--Aru of IMSNni
or runs
*. l> thereby nm that David
".",140.. Wiles of flaw and Count TaiCtrtlfleau
Sluggish and No PepT Nn. IWI named the nth day I
EXPERT 01/ Jinn A. D. 1919. has filed n... In u
t. say aft 0'.. and baa made application for
a ta> dead to W Issued thence .'dOertlftou BUYUNITED
I nubrawi the ,..UOWI.. *,.
BARBERINGHAIRCUT .......... anwartr I* the Cowry of Dale '
state of riorioa. towlttK
,. S Lot I. Block II H Portal gee-
Drive Into our garnet and have lion .. a Ink. Plat acute IS. Pan Itla STATES
Uw county of II..... Rial of Pltrlaa.The .
Health and physical well being ere the engine SCIENTIFICALLY .inmi ent of sold property under SAVINGS ,
._ 40c struggling to overcome disorders IW aaM eert.fir.w via I III the naiM nil'I
W He FaddMi I
within your body But they need TESTED with our new SUN f I v.a:;ai Mae ....flea.. ....11 W redeemed. I Iaoronriini BONDS f
r SHAMPOO ._. 40c will make lo la.. the pr'pertf .......bed t
that
1 1BUSH'S help The power MOTOR TESTER: ud tee for |II!l tkerela .lll MId lo the highest' bidderat AND STAMPSAMERICA
well it Yo'ithln'ouLet Chiropractic the Cnvrt Houae duar an the tint I t
MASSAGE ._.. 40c you Monday In the _..... of ...pu.Ws IMIwhlen .
direct your efforts But yourself what la needed to pal 1j I 1 h the Ut dar >f September IMI
Chiropractic cannot assist until ... ,

you call on IU! An appointment i-. It In first elaaa operating ean-j

easily arranged. t dltlon.PrestoaB.BirdflotorCc. DR.M.AIDEUGEU\, / i. I



t .. :BARBERSHOP ,i tSI U 12.HOURS S to I JO, I U I Dentist o.v GUARD! 1

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ti Above 1* a reproduction of the
i : Sundays by Appotalment South Krome .h Ph. IIr Office Hours 8 : 0-4:0 Treasury liepartraent Defense
Poster shoeing an exact
Saving
.1 I It Di. R. J. Elliott OPPOSITE TAG AC.ENCT I Open tveolan by Appointment : duplication of the or &Jnal"Minute !
Mann statue by far,ed sculptor

N. KROME AVE.I I MeOrory Arcade 11 I I First National Hark I Daniel Cheater French. DefenceBonds f
Phone 241WIdOMESTEAD. and Sumps, on Sato\ at your
t I II I FLORIDA I! | bank or post of e. are a vital part J J.f

.. READ THE WANT-ADS l Building America defense preparations
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rr[ COULD HAPPEN 11Ir111UlISIIIiIIUiIIf Hill/ IIIIIIII/ hIHll I Bed-in-Car Offers Many\ Advantages Pontiac and radio owners.in popularity* among i


HERE, THEME OF 20 Years AgoiIlIllIIIIIHhIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIi I For Vacationing and Touring I IkI

I "'A* a time and money saver tinning for the 'in-a-car bed", GLASSES
TALK TO ROTARY / I ITai Y'': I know of nothing; that a motorist says: Battirick. "They. are equally
can use to a greater advantagein popular with fishermen and hunters - 6hoy -
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f. Ness .too
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1..e. L.o 11100 ., we we .....saidalt"er".s..rra.s his touring and vacationingthan on week-end trips, while summer Accurate
The need for a civilian defense .. ii. a..db rasa"M.B;..IS. 1 mi3 1S one of the new car beds that cottagers frequently use them V io
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organization in Dade County own" .', 1904 who .... 1.r Pontiac dealers art featuring", when they have extra guest Parents -
would be apparent to all if a _! Lea"- said D. U. Bathrtck, general sales also use them to put children .
German battleship appeared off Aug. 4, M"Mr. W manager of Pontiac Motor Divi to bed at night on trip and
the Bahamas and sent an airplaneto sion. for an afternoon nap while tour
and Mrs. Carl Deden
"With time and lag
terrorize this tip end of the becoming more
United State by strafing Miami and family returned on Monday more valuable to everyone a* the "In the field of business doctors -

and 1U agricultural back country. from have been Miami Beach, where they tempo of the defense business use the bed In their can for V9091111141"W" Iaw
However, said Bryan Hanks staying. Mr. Deden'shealth speeds up, the 'In-a-Car bed as an emergency ambulance bed, Perm In per wilt Ad seatDr.
chairman of the Dad County Defense has Impl'Oareau," Pontiac calls it, will prove very while salesmen find them economical

Council, in a talk before "Ceo. Sullivan and.family left helpful on Many a vacation trip when traveling a territory. B. F. StebbinsDr.
Homestead Rotarian. Wednesdaynoon In their car Saturday for their this summer" he continued. The bed is easy to make up

it U difficult to look out on 'home in Tallahassee. They have ."Also the great Increase in at night and stows away with L. W. Stebbins :
the peaceful country aide and the been visiting Mr. Sullivan' brothers motor travel may mean that good equal ease behind the rear seat
calm waters of the Atlantic and Dave and Homer." tourist accommodation are not during the day. It Is an economical IKS W. Flatter It.. Miami

realize that such things could happen _"A. R. Pratt was elected a always available. But the Pontiac accessory that I believe will Phone I-S11S
to us. vice-president of the Homestead owner with his own car bed take its place with the car heater
"It was undoubtedly hard for Building and Loan Association: at can forget all that and stop where-
the Norwegians to realize that their regular meeting on Monday ever night overtakes him. And
their peaceful agricultural coun night . ." In just a few day he will save
: the entire cost of the car bed by
tryside would soon be overrun by "Fred Pollock returned Tuesday
Nazi hordes-as It was with Den morning from Aberdeen, N. C the bill he doesn't have to pay. THESE USED CAR BARGAINS '
mark, Holland, where he has been ." "Of course there are many other
Belgium and other -"Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Fuchs and I I uses beside_touring and_vaca-

it did happen to czechOllovakl.1 son Richard returned Friday last ''P. I
happen to us," he from their vacation trip to Tennessee Cahoon, arrived here, and Mr. MEAN.
It it against the . ." Cahoon immediately took him {I .

defense council to announce any -"Mr. and Mri. E. F. Albury through the Redlands. Mn. Grace
.
activities that would needlessly have taken an apartment with Mr. left Tuesday ."
alarm the population, but the men and Mr. Henry Albury at the -'Mr. and Mrs. J. 7. Umphreyand Money In The Bank!
and women who are devoting Allison residence, and are enjoying family have moved back to
s their time and efforts without remuneration their honeymoon" I Miami after living here in their!

to organizing the resources -"lt. Dove Allison returned on house awhile."
and the man-power of this Saturday last from Lakeland wherehe _"Mr. and Mn. Brownlow expect
Bounty for any possible war emergency has been staying during hisrecent to visit their daughter Mn. GUARANTEED TO BE
do wish that torn people nervous breakdown. C. Ben Plummer at Lowell, Fla, 1 I
would take the preparations that I "Mrs. C. T. Harper returned next week . .* PRICED BELOW THE MARKET

are being made with a little more Saturday. afternoon from her vacation -"Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Crews .
seriousness and less of the spirit trip accompanied by her and children are living in Miami I
that much ado 1s being made about daughter Catherine" for a while. Mr. Crew 1 II working -
.", he said. "Wednesday afternoon, while there for the present." ( 1936 CHEVROLET 2-DOOR SEDANIn -

Far more civilians than soldiers playing around* yard, a daughter ton)
have been killed In England dur- of Joe Power the dairyman, For results use Princt-1 excellent condition throughout.
kg the present war the ratio up aged about 2* fell into a trough
to the time of the Crete Invasion and drowned. Doctors were sum- Enterprise

a* a matter of fact, was 51 civilians mooed, lift the child was beyondaid II
1937 DODGE 2-DOOR SEDANExtra
I -
for every soldier killed, said and died at the hospital ,.11W1.
Mr. Hanks. .. R. Nixon left Saturday for
Ok clean; original blue paint; rood
This ratio of civilian fatalities a two weeks vacation to Akron, .: .,
has liven rise to this slogan in Ohio." rubber., A really good car.
England: : 'If you want to be safe -"J. L. Burton left Sunday

Join the army'," he said. morning for Jacksonville, where ., .
"The civilian mortality of modern he joined a big delegation goingto =
St. Louis to the Tashlon Convention .
warfare makes it "
necessary . ." 1936 OLDSMOBILE 6" SEDAN-
that civilians organize for their defense
Mr Hanks continued. "We -"Dr. J. A. Smith, W. R. Crow, Been well cared for.
both well !known
are organizing boat patrols, plane around Homestead
patrols, and H. J. Rinn and Dr. I
motorcycle patrols and PEACE AND QUIET
other defense units throughout the Fleine of Miami leave about Friday .
We on a fishing trip among> the 1934 WILLYS FORDOR SEDAN-
county. are organizing our km . ." BE THElirS )
resource also to withstand emer-
.. :" "Mn. S::' c. Little and trans-
Mrs. Worth for cheap
envies inai sign oe orougni Those for whom we grieve considering
about if our communications were'I Cblson, mother and sister, respectively know eternal peace-It la
cut off by bombing. We are establishing of C. W. Little, are visiting those who are left who. I portation.
Mr. Little "
first aid stations and and family. bear the burdens of grief.
arranging to convert hotels into -"Mr*. J. R. Chambllss *r. Wbea yen are softly trea-
emergency hospitals at a moment's rived home from Georgia on Tuesday bled. won't you let as help I
notice. Most of all, we are organizing I morning of this week. With tout We ran, yon know You Can Bank on a Buick Dealer
her was her son Rollin, who will I
to maintain a high standard because ef many yean of
of morale that will combat visit here awhile." experience iD..m.

any fifth column attempts such as -"R. 1.. Moser. was taken Sat- other Tea nay rest assured I PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR 0. .
to the
made possible the crumbling of urday Homestead hospital that everything will I
France Norway. and other countries In rather serious condition. Dr. be done In the right way, I Buick-Pontiac Sales and ServiceSo.
under the invader' heeL" Eckman operated on him Wednesday economically.TRf )

," Krome Ave. Phone 18 Homestead, Fla.
-"J. D. Redd HOU8B or TTurner's
Thirty-two thousand rural mall was suddenly
carrier are now acting a* agentsin called to North Carolina Tuesday .
the tale of defense saving night by a telegram telling of the Funeral Home I
illness of Mn. Redd . ,"
stamps postal officials
have informed
21-HR AMBULANCE SERVICE ton TILE BOARD
the treasury department -"Sunday, C. J. Grace of
lady Attendant IN
Demand for the stamp in sparsely Gainesville brother-in-law of F. II TRANSFORMSI
settled Paso. Z7! HesseslesdDR.R.S.AKERS I
districts
caused the post II
office department to authorize the I Get a rich Tile-like effect on
GET YOUR STATE 'RtRiTRtIT111T111tittliTftl
carriers to act a* salesmen. kitchen and bathroom walls
The stamp range la value from [
ten Santo to five dollars. Purchasers Driver's License I at a fraction of til*'* cost la

ue given album la which
DENTIST a tithe of the time tUe-eettng
they can be mounted. When

fulefee album may he ex.I At The Office Beam 9A.a.is5V.ta takes! Tile Board come in

changed- tat defense savings. bond JUSTICE OF THE i sand yal I'to IS many colors,"contrast Ask for

I He" The toast. 1* tough: again.* PEACE closed aatardaysrFree dtiaJ1afBlOOIEIltJmER

Wife: "Oh darling; tut'i the
. cork: mat thai you're eetong.* Office in Homestead Parking Space CO. INC.

open frees I a. av to I B. at ,
174 R. W. MTH BT. MINT
Odd renews Bldg. I Lsnber, Hardware ...... Dean Teak
.: non: s-sui
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