Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00546
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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: June 12, 1942
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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: VID00546
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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VoL 31-No. 23 : V VI lIomestead. Florida Friday, June 12, 19..2 Price 5 Cents

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First Water Pumped to Keys t;

: From Wells Near Florida City I

II Governor Advises Appeal CHLORINE SOLUTION. FLOWS I'


I REPLY WIRED Material Arrives for Railroad Spur I i

From F. E. C. to Bomber Ferry Base

:y TO QUERY OF Material 1* on the tracks of future hop off point for bombers I THE WEATHEROfficial First water-went Into the Key

I both the Seaboard and the F. E. !bound for Africa's war zone and ; '"' West aqueduct Tuesday when a
weather report of the
I C. tot construction of I railroad I as a training field for the pilots chlorine solution was pumped
Subtropical Experiment Station
I spur from the F. E. C. main line who will fly the bombers. Homestead Florida. from the well site to sterilize the
MEEMGHERE"Please ,to the bomber rferrjr base at the I
Date IHM I Mil. I ..f.lUI I .. Florida CKy-Islamorada section of
county airport It was learned here
i this week. I'GET READY FOR ,June 4.1| 88 | n 12U8jl.20 I tile pipeline, which has been cum-

I Government surveyors are re- I June 8. ._. -j I M j 69 12985 i, 030 Ipleted.
! advise what has been I ported' to be at work locating the !: PRACTICE RAID.WARNSRHENEY June ......_I S 1.1 ((17 | I UBS The pumping station at the well
done and what can we do to help route of the spur- lated to enter :June 7._I | <8 | I 1.30 |field southwest of Florida City is
l' the airport at the northwestern I June 8. ...... I 89 I 71 !2983| 284 ,still In process of erection, but a
;orden8and6to I end and to connect with the rail June a _, .. 87 I 74 |2990| 0.46(temporary hook-up to one of the
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of fruits and vegetables to mark. I road at or near N aranja. June 10. I 87 | 72 |129 W| 120{pumps was mad in order to
ets. This Inquiry Is a resolution The South Dade airport hat been :chlorinate and flush out the ,'3m.I .
of a mass meeting of growers and I II ,I designated by the army ai the'I No notification has been received I pitted portion of the aqueduct
I shippers in this section." I '' here as to when the practice PRINCETON HAS I Whether completion and itrrllIblng -
" / the foregoing telegram was sent I air raid wW be held In,Dade I of the "northern 'portion of
.' ,by,the Redland District Chamber, LAZE DAMAGES :' County, W. E. Rheneydivision .FIRST AID IM I the pipeline means that water will
,t'"' r" Commerce Juesd5"W" Gov. ..nIUerISeq'ttal" l.7e ", ' 1 bsj-i t''''aIlabu. Id rl'8lJdentl'Of'; the e'k "'"
Epessard Holland, Commissioner CAB OPERATORS bunt has been announced in Miami upper key sooner then It Will he '.1'
of Agriculture Nathan Mayo and that 24 hours' notice will be INFORMATIONMrs. available to residents of Key West
Jerry Carter member of the state given before the practice Is held. and other lower keys could not be
railroad commission.The STATION'VAGON' H* advised however, that rest. Eugene Fontaine of Red learned here. Since the pumping
mass meeting wa held dents be ready for the rehearsal,land has been named captain of a station has not been completed,
Monday night in the Chamber of when/ It does occur. He cautioned Princeton first aid station now In 1 however, and sine there are very
Commerce building to discuss The station wagon belonging td householders against leaving 1 progress of organisation as a unit few gaps remaining In the aque
orders issued by the office of defense F. R. Plummer operator of the light burning -their homes of the Auxiliary Medlca(Corpt of duct, it 1s believed that all the
transportation, and scheduled ,Homestead Cab Service, was they go out at night H* the Dade County Defense Council. keys will be supplied with water
to go Into effect July I, gutted by fire between 2 and 2:30 urged that merchants who leave The station will be located: In tilt at about the same time.
which would require all trucks to o'clock Wednesday morning while lights burning in their stores asa i,building of the Florid Growers Unlaid portions of the aqueductare
carry at least a 75 pit cent capacity parked near the Triangle Barbecue safeguard against robbers rig Exchange, just south of Princetonon : Channel S bridge Moser
load 1 on return hauls when Campbell street and Federal up an outside switch so that the the federal highway, and Channel bridge and a four-mile
deliveries are made Outside I radius !highway. air raid wardens can turn out the I formerly known as the Log Tav section on Key Vacas.
of 15 miles from the point of Plummer accompanied by Dick lights In case no one connected I
origin.ThJursday. I Huff, operator of the barbecue with the store is on hand at the ern.Mrs.. Fontaine has appointedMrs. RAINS POSTPONE 8018DE.'IONSTItAUON :
morning Chamber stand, had just brought .th* cab time the air raid sirens sound the Geo. H. Fitzpatrick as her IV PARK
Secretary Kit Carson received the back from Miami with a load ofpassengers alarm. co-ciptaln and Is on the lookoutfor The, demonstration of methods
following wire from Ralph Davis, and had parked it and Mr. Rheney has appointed W. Y, volunteer first alders as assistant , used in extinguishing incendiary
executive secretary to the. governor closed the windows. Later he no- Bush -as air raid warden of the I *. The first aid station bombs which was to have been
: / ticed the smoke in the ear, and as northwest district of Homestead 'which will not have the status of i held Wednesday night in the
"Protest against ODT orders he opened the door the car burst to fill the vacancy caused by the I a surgical center will function Homestead municipal ball park:,
should be directed to H. E. Me- Into flames. Plummer suffered recent death of A. R. Livingston.More I only in emergencies.Mrs. was called of on account of high
Daniel Florida director of the office burns of the hands when he air raid warden are needed Fontaine urge that those water caused by the heavy rains.
of defense transportation, reached in and let the clutch out badly Mr. Rheney said. He asked 'willing to serve as assistants! at The. demonstration will be
Jacksonville, Fla.:, Careful consideration of gear so that he and Huff could that those willing to serve, con. ,the Princeton first aid station get staged at 7;30 p. m. next Wednesday
being given to requests for push the burning vehicle away tact him or their district air raid I In touch with her or Mrs. Fitzpatrick ,weather permitting Fire
modification of these orders. Have from the barbecue stand. When I warden as soon aa possible. I at once. Chief, A. C Deputy announced.

been assured that I situation suchas the fire department arrived the

your will be met but deenxJt body of the cab had been almost I SECOND AUTO USE $3,341 in War Bonds Stamps Sold :
advisable Uv contact McDanlel. entirely consumed by the :1
but the chassis and tires, flame./I/
Af the meeting Monday night As Result of Rally Here Saturday
It was brought out that Gov. Holland for the spar, had not been TAX STAMP MUST :

Mayo and Jerry Carter had It U thought that the fire may I Nearly twenty-six hundred bonds, four $100 bonds, on $50
taken the initiative in asking mod. have started from I lighted cigarette BE ON CAR JULY 1 lars worth of war, bonds and d01-1 bond, four $25 bonds and $4125 In
Iflcation of the,hauling orders. butt or ash left on the back sold.
ings stamps were bought savings stamps were 1
Commission Mayo was' said to< seat of the station wagon. 1 rally In Legion Park Saturday Ten-year old David FrederlchIII ,
have asked exemption of all trucks The loss was covered by Insurance The federal auto us* tax stamp night, presided over by Preston' son of Mrs. Stanley Wlttkop,
f: (Continued oa Page Two) ,, _1 for the fiscal year beginning July B. Bird, chairman of bond and war! was the youngest purchaser of a
1, 1(42, went on sale at all post stamps asks for Homestead and (war bond. He bought I $25 band
1 1I offices and offices of collectors of vicinity, at the rally.
Need Steel Scrap Old Rubber.Hose I
II Internal, revenue on Wednesday, I Earlier In the day an individual' Music for the rally wa fur-
I Tires and Bath Mats Says Official' June 10.Because. I called at the post office and told niched by the Homestead High
the mall was late Wednesday I Postmaster S. E. Livingston be 'I School band directed by Mrs W.
-- and the Homestead post would not be able to be at the B. MiEs. The drum majorettessold
Miami June 11-Waste rubber declared: office was closed Wednesday afternoon .I'Iran,. but would lIke to buy ten the war savings stamps. Menu
and steel are among the chief With all the rubber we can get I the auto tax stamps did $30 bonds and ten $25 bonds, with ban of John G. Salley Post, American
In under the present rate of salvage not go on sale here until yesterday sales to. be credited to the influence .I Legion, helped In the sale of
needs of the nation prosecutingthe
production we will be more than morning Postmaster S. E. of the rally. This raised the bonds.
war, federal officials informed 200,000 tons short of all needs at Livingston said. Reminded that the total amount of .bonds and I I Mr. Brunstetter was Introducedby
Florid waste dealers at I meeting the end of 1943 To answer that when the stamps ,tint went on stamps sold through th* rally to I Mayor Harris.
here Sunday, when they were need, rubber scrap: collection must sale early this year the supply at 334125. Dr. J. E. Johnstons, pastor of I
urged to search all scrap beeps In be speeded up Immediately." the local post office was exhausted Following an Inspiring talk fcy I bo First Baptist Church of Homestead i
the county and gather up all the Martin estimated that 80 percent several times, Mr. Livingston said Roscoe Brunstettcr of Miami, a offered prayer '
steel and rubber lying around. of scrap rubber now being that In his opinion the present Dade County Defense Council I Mr. Bird urges that employers:
Seymour Martin Industrial specialist collected U going directly into supply Is sufficient to meet all de. speaker, Mayor Tom Harris led and employees both co-operaUf Inputting
of the War Production planet tanks, guns and other war 1 mands. the buying by purchasing a bond I I I Into effect the salary allotment
Board, one of the meeting speak.ers .I work, and that the remaining 201 The stamps, which win be aerie ,,of each denomination available i plan for the purrha of
held In the Columbus hotel. (Conunwa on Page Two) (Continued on Page Two) I'$500,, 1100, ISO and '25. Four 1500 war bonds.

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'should be placed on the lower left C. J. Caves Is Re-elected Intendent of the church school '
Hn Medical Has Places
Auxiliary Corps An Methodist children
;:corner of the windshield.The Head of Cemetery Assn. m<
In for Untrained Workers collector said be had received friends of the church between five
Set-up advice from the Office of re-elected and fourteen years of age are it*
Chas. J Caves was
: vited to attend. The school
-- ;(Price Administration that in the president of the South Dade Cera- win
I Homestead Medical their and their duties with. Issuance and use of be In session each morning from
The Auxiliary ' place gasoline rationing every jtjssodation at its annual
I Cart of the Dade County Defense I out hesitation and without eon.fusion. ., book, an Important Wenti'flcation meeting Saturday evening In the I till Parents 11:30 and clock.friends of the ehiK
When an alarm sounds for will be the serial number of Palm Cemetery at Na- ,
Council which held iU sec.t dren are Invited to attend the
t ia practice air raid, every member 1 printed on the Use stamp In ranja. W. B. Caves was reelected .
nod training martini la the Homestead of the Homestead Auxiliary NediicaI ,i those areas where gasoline Is being secretary-treasurer and closing program next Friday nightat

i t school gymnasium Wednesday Oorpa will be expected to report :rationed and in those areas when Dr Carl F. Robinson war elected [ I clock in the church audi->

i night will meet next week at to the surgical center which;gasoline will be rationed, posse vice-president. torlum. j

I 7.30 p. m. Tuesday .t the MOM at present I* the Homestead City:,lOll of the stamp will provideone Director are Curtis t. Lee, Mn.

place I Halt" of the necessary means of Charles T. Harper, Mrs. Ida Elch. Services Cancelled 1

s The contemplated practice air While member of the unit have identifying the coupon book with enberger, Mrs. Wm E. Myers, Mrs. In Pastor's Absence
raid announcement of which maybe been recruited mainly from those the vehicle In the securing of Annie R. Butler, Chas. J Caves J
expected toy day, make tt essential who
have taken Red Cross first gasoline.
1 and Dr. Robinson. Because the pastor, the Rev T'
that nil member attendtbli I aid courses, then is room on the' )lr. Fobs said that to guard A. Ferguson, Is attending the
meeting and future meetings .roster for a large number of both I!against loss or then It has been yearly conference of the Methodist :!
Mid Miss Summer Band OrganizedIn
., Josephine Cook captainof men and women who are not first I suggested that when affixing the Church at Lakeland, there

I the corpe ''alders but are willing to volunteer i stamps, the vehicle owner should Homestead Schools will be no preaching services at
"Hie corps l Ia In existence for the,as stretcher bearers, clerks, cafeteria dampen the windshield rather the Homestead Methodist Church'',

tint aid and medical service It can i 1 workers, doormen, and pteI 'than the adhesive side of the Classes\ In instrumental work Sunday. The Sunday Icboo1l11d 1

render victims of air raid," said''men, I j.stamp. This method baa been will be held throughout the summer (leagues will meet at the usual'

Miss Cook. Those who have vol. More first alders will be wel. recommended to keep the stamp' months on Tuesdays and Fridays |hours however. .
I'I .r
tinteered for this service must attend corned a* members, as additional Intact upon the windshield. As In the high school music Mr. Ferguson went to the conerence .

t I, drills ao that when an emergency nurses' aids and field workers are I an additional precaution It has room, announces-Mrs. W. B. Mills,, in with Dave
does occur they win know,I needed. Miss Cook said :also been suggested that each rno- teacher of music In the Homestead I Williams,. the church's delegate, '

I tor vehicle owner should make t schools.: They will return Monday. _

!. SALVAGEContinued Mayor Tom Harris, who Is one of,record of the serial number which Classes\ In both beginning and ,

the largest shipper of tomatoes appears on the use tax stamp in advanced band will be offered 1

in the Homestead area, made the 1,'order that there may be some The nine-week period of concert rbuyA HOtrne if k

( from Pap One) suggestion that the stalls leaders means of Identification In connec. trated instrumental study should the CLASSIFIED A fcl

per cent la being used only for be contacted regarding action to*I tion with gasoline rationing In qualify for the band In the fan M

the moil'pressing civilian need be taken. "Frank B. Rue, 'jjroml.i: '{'the event the stamp should become Mrs Mills said.Advanced I'

He warned dealer that DO scrap cent local grower, shipper and't lost band work will be

rubber can be destroyed la any fertilizer manufacturer, reminded Pastor and given from 10 till 11 o'clock- on For PNmM
t way, a federal law prohibiting destruction the meeting that, after all, the, Delegates Tuesday and Fridays ,j 1

and that no amp rub- purpose of the ODT orders was to Leave for Conference The band will give several concerts -, CAB SERVICE

ber may be used to repair tire.the .- conserve trucks and Urea, and it I The Rev. George H. Ricks, pastor I during the, summer. i I \ i
rubber must be tent through might be necessary to seek someother 1
of Homestead Presbyterian at reaeaaabla nUeg e '
dealer channel means of transportation. 1
to the factories.
Church, will serve as counselorfor I Vacation Bible SchoolTo
I Martin said that to meet the requlrementa Several speakers were of the
the government .la already opinion that the movement of farm John's the Presbytery senior conference which will of St be I Begin Here Monday, PHONE 9108 or 389

using miscellaneous rubber,products: is so essential to the I
I held at Lakeside Inn In Mount
Items, such aa bath mats, automats war effort and railroad facilitiesso I A five-day vacation Bible
unavailable that trucks school will begin Monday In the
i rubber how, and the hun|
With him four
dred and one other things that can(farm produce should be exempt I' win go young Homestead Methodist Church' F. K. Flommer Frop.
I people delegates to the conference
be used for war purpoaea.It I from application of the ODT or.den School Building, announces Mia
I Miss Ann Hickson, Miss
4 la estimated that there It I a* Commissioner Mayo had Antoinette Moye, general super i
Helen Richard Hickson and
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t much rubber lying around In held. Elimination or drastic cur.*Ibm Hodges

country streams, gathering dust In tallment of beer and liquor deI I
J W. Irwin and Joe Hickson
\ barns attic and basements, hanging liveries' would aid greatly; in the',delegate to the adult conferenceheld YOU CAN BUY GOVERNMENT
frorws trees for kids to swing conservation of rubber, It was 1
at Lakeside Inn .last week,
on. making home made flowerpots pointed out. |returned Monday, BONDS AND STAMPSBy
for farmen front yards, and The meeting finally voted to

include perhaps balf the BOO.OOO,. have A. W. Llndgren, chamber of selling your old cars, scrap iron, metals, tires, J
000 tires the public ha. thrown commerce president who was; I OVER till tor"
tacks and helping !
.I chosen tubes rags. By so doing you are -
away since World War I. chairman of the meeting,
Meeting speakers emphasized and Secretary Carson to contact FOR VICTORY your government in both money and material

that the people may aid In this Holland. Mayo and Carter, and $ IIIG WOLFE AUTO WRECKING
take action in mTED STATES
o necessary Campaign by gathering accordance withrecommendation WAR '
i all old rubber around their home made by the Jut Oft Ereme An. Directly West ef Seminole Trading Port J

i and yards and getting it to waste Tallahassee leaders Mr. Canon' BONDS-STAMPS P. O. Bee IKt. Homestead, FU.

i dealer promptly said yesterday that ha Mr.Lindgren -j
who live at Goulds, I i iI

had not yet got together to act I

MASS MEETINGContinued on the telegram received from' >

I Holland's office, but would probably

do so today.AUTO .
( from Page One) I /

{ hauling farm produce, and Mr. .

Carter was reported on his way STAMP Thext's fir times more1H'Fif
I to Washington to confer with National i

Director Eastman of the of. "
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t flee of defense transportation.The I
Florida state railroad commission ally numbered, are gummed on tho ,
of which Mr. Carter la a face and hate provision on the I .'

member ha supervision of truck!I back for entry of the make, model,

transportation facllltle aa well ta j(Serial. number and state license
railroad, telegraph, and telephone number of the vehicle The 'cost.. I In back of every Tank e
facilities. of the stamp ia f 3. ,i

The order, the effective date In a bulletin sent out early this I

cf which had been postponed from week Collector of Internal Reve.1

June 1 to July 1, have already nue John H. Fans said

been modified to permit truck:Florida the auto use tax ItlmptrDr. j -

to haul within a radius of >9 air
mile from point of origin without llaskin" THEY said America.. "eol&,1
Leonard w.
being subject to the 79 pet cent \1'1'I that out easy living would mob
s.ar.s r Re as..m..a
return load requirement it was rr.w a..rre ..tGLASSES I us easy lid;",. .I:
reported. But cocky America* fighting ,
Because of weather condition,I I M. aModernize""' ., II..... ..... I I ,
scheduled speakers from Miami I ta..c.w4 ..rc..re a.+.r..e I men peeved painfully wrongat ..
Tw-. ... Wale, Midway, Bauan. And : +
were not present at the meeting. ...
i the same factories that producedour

- peacetime comforts ate geared g

today Info the greatest war Indus.
try the world has ever want 4C,
) :
o Production b military power.

Repainting Remodeling the Ad electric poser u fnjmefioa. _

kitchen and other room'Here's America can produce the planes, _

how to top-off the "Modem1! + and win this
l... :1 tanks ships guns to> v ;
l effects- most notably-at really war because America has rite wt

q small coat Finish closet, times the electric poser it h.J has '

drawers, doors, 'With modern the last Wfr-more electric powerthan .

I : ; Hardware Stop In see all the Axis and conquered countries _6-1.
design ,
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'r '8. what-we mean. ; .M ,_ For that you can thank the quiet, competent men
. who manage America's electric companies. They were ..
II reedy when war came-and their practical proved : -

i experience will help keep America's war machine
humming on the high toed to,Victor f

Camber Hardware. ..... Dears TeebHOMESTEAD II
Miller M AMtactl sues some am arum

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I Friday, June 12, 1942 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Pare Three I

MEDIUM 1 TRUCKS Labor Unions DiscussedAt coast route to New York and to' 17 Turn Out at First stopped at Daytona Beach to visit i ]:'

Lions Round Table 1 gather material for I book. During McAllister Drill HereThe Mr. and Mr*. Wm. M. Johns who 11\ .
recent week they have explored ||I formerly lived In Homestead and'\:|1

CONVERTEDINTOBIOHAUL the Florida everglades, the while there made radio address '
I( pra.poeed a j I ion
Control of a number ot labor: I Ii nucleus for a Redland Dlt. '
national section and "The Need of Today" I
park Poetry
union has been secured by the trict unit of the McAllister .i I
1{the Station WNFJ of which Mr.
i Keys.
UNITS wrong type of men due to indifference I I unteeri was formed Sunday
Other recent guests of Mr. and voa-j Johns la announcer I J"f
of member and the noon when 17 men turned I
I .en-1 Mrs. Coker were a 73-year-old Mrs. Bow for several year ha
I eral public, It was agreed military drill In front ot the Cham !
of woman, Mrs. Martha L. Cooper, 1!!edited and published the poetry \ <
Detroit, June 11 Practical ex.| round table discussion ber ot Commerce building underthe ]
who caught her first fish there, I j:magazine ," and other 1\
hauitlon of the supply of heavy j and union at the Redland District instruction of a drill sergeant ,
duty truck, upon which,hinge the Lion dub Tuesday night an eight-pound grouper. In the tent here by the Miami unit j I[,works on poetry. In Houston ; '
party were also Mrs Cora L, Hay. where she has mad her home
| Citing their own experience with .!I
major In )
hauling the Additional member
operation lock, R. C. Cooper and A. C are .expected since her resignation as Home I'
union activities, those partlclpat. I
country, focuses attention upon I}[ to sign up next Sunday when
Cooper and daughter, Margaret, i
,stead' librarian about two
Ing in the discussion gave credit I year ,
the necessity for truck dealer to of another drill will be held from
I to unions for Improving working all Miami ,,ago, she ha some library Interests
convert to-called "medium truck 2:30 to 4;30 at the tame place. '
conditions and raising wage and i,but devote most of her time to \
to take ever the big-haul operations II A* soon as it member are obtained -|
18 Complete Red Cross I her editorial work She served aa
the standard of living la manycases. I (, I
which must be done if theD.tlon' a local platoon will be organized -|
: .' At ,the same Umv, they Home Nursing Course critic for the Rittenhouse Poetry '
transportation system I* with officer and noncommi..loned "
condemned thoee union which by I Society there last year and has
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to handle its end of the war Job, 'I officers correspond.
the record have been guilty of been re-elected. She Is connect.
Eighteen of the RedlandDistrict
W. Z. Fish, at.n.et'of Chevro. women lilt to rank and duties to thane
racketeering and Impeding the defense I ed also with two other poetry
left truck department here I completed a 20-hour in the army, said A. W. Janusry.l
effort of the nation. i i clubs and with the Scribblers'Club.
today. course In Red Cross home nursing who la sponsoring the local unit.
Two suggestion for cleaning up and I II frequently called on
Foreseeing the-present critical"1,labor unions.were that they should under the direction of Mrs. J. R.' for talks. I
Mrs. L. L. Bow ReturnsTo I
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be required to make public Statements Brook Friday night when examinations
available -deafer-full*Instnic*I Itions I ot their financial ;.Income ..re. given In the: Visit in Homestead
for expanding the capacities and expenseant thati I leader
Homestead club' build' !
.of medium trued to pinch-hit for.the sipouldbe'electedi from,.the rank Woman's, :r Mrs. Lily Lawrence Bow, Home-! WAREHOUSEF.

i no longer< available heavyiduty < I I I after proving darn elf qualified by tog,. 'Although.the course require..stead .pioneer and organizer and r-

unit,.Fish laid. ten year* of 1C I..xperleace'la. only 20 noun, most"of the members ,developer of the- municipal library;( en 1

Such conversion and expansion hi*, flild. had put la 3* or 39 haws [.now known at the Lily Lawrence

1* no new development,"la the Cart Wagner served as moderator Two beds were loaned for dem. Bow Library, has come from her E. C. SIDING
truck field,"' Fish pointed out 1 : for the discussion, and among oitstratlon by S th.craves Fur-:home Jn Houston,.Tex. to spend : I
"Responsible manufacturer have nlture.Co, and supplies were do-(I the month of June In Miami and: i
those who took part were: Charles
produced conversion 'lulpmentfor Pratt' George Cooper,' Charles noted by the Pixie Drug.Those . i I Homestead. In. Miami she la the : FOR SALE :
who finished the course guest of her daughter-in-law, Mrs.
many year*. The present war I I Cox, Bill Allan; Harle1'Core., I
were: Mr*, A. F. Arthur, Mr*. R. U Bow of 629 N. W. 42nd street ,
emergency highlights the necessity Walter Talbott and Robert- ,, Mac.Donnell. James L. Bird Mr*. H.'L. Davis,''In Homestead this week she Is 1500 sq. ft. in heart of \
for truck of
producing expandedcapacity.
Our prime effort hu I,, . Mr*. J. 0. Douglas, Mrs. L. L. the guest of Mrs W. J. Krom. I! Gould on main highway I
I Ii Field, Mrs Ceo. H. Fitzpatrick I I On the way to Miami ..heI
been to serve aa Uaaon between
Cokers Move ; Fishing I
: Mr*. Eugene Fontaine, Mn. Paul
i Chevrolet dealers and these' e.tIb-1 Camp at Jewfish CreekMr. Haley. Mrs. A. L, Horne Mrs. C. -,
It rn"'IT.i"It"
I lished and manufacturer of converting ,I I A. Loiuubury, Mrs O A. Roman, toot ..e ..,T. it MMMarAel..waa.aIt.N. IRVING J. THOMAS CO.
equipment"Specialized and Mr W. D Colter Mrs. R. O. Shore,. Mrs. J. W, cwwAn...., II.. VIM IMImtaf.
I mechanical Informs f lS .. II iM f .. SU1 Main Highway.
moved Strickland, Mr* Arglnsta Wagln-
'Thursday to their new
tion treating exclusively with truck A'._ __ ..__ ... MM IM
d fishing camp -on Colter Key at ski, Mrs. Burley Dendy, Miss Coconut Grove Phone &-&nl
conversion has been presented to Venetian Skating Rink i
Jewfish Creek, near the old F. E. Pearl Whitaker, Miss Mary MeNelll \
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Chevrolet dealer, who still have ITU W fttk A. .1
C. roadbed, future highway .site and Miss Mary Jackson. I
adequate supplies of either new
or Mr. Coker says he has secured a
used medium truck, all of which
permit which allow him to take il yI
can be converted Into unit cap
fishing parties out on Jewfi.hCreek
able of handling heavy-duty load I l
both day and night i
"More than 60 cent of all
Recent guest at the Coker camp
truck require tome form of special were Mr. and Mrs Ray Wood who Great Hews!

equipment,," Fish pointed out, left their home In Loa Angeles two
"for the truck nas become a highly in 16-foot
yean ago a canoe.
specialized transport unit |"sailboat to explore thoroughly the
Chevrolet dealers have made a Now It's EASIER to Get aNEW

through study of the special equipment ,
field and are conversant with I

the many individualized operations I

a converted truck can handle
"Thousands of truck operator

cannot purchase new equipment

under rulings established by the
Office of Defense Transportation I PATRICIA

And even those operators who are

eligible are up against a dire shortage 312 S. E. 2nd Aie.MIAMI .
of the heavier equipment. The

only answer open to the automotive
Industry and the businessmanIt

must serve, is conversion of
such equipment a* I*' till 'available Overlooking bay and river.

which I* In full accord with I Two btorks from Flagler
the stated alms of the ODT and the 1I1fteL'I a

War Production Board, a* 'ex
pressed by It. U Vaniman; deputy Quiet, tool 1, comfortable. ul.
chief of the -WPB automotive I
branch" Refined atmosphere.

Citing an example of a medium

truck conversion Job, Fish pointedto
a highway tanker, a mammoth SPECIAL RATESTO

unit whose original capacity was
14,000 Ibs, grow weight With the SOUTH DADERS

addition of a. tandem drive Yearend much easier thariit

special transmission, and tandem $1.25 Single I

semi-trailer, the unit now, has been for months
handle 58.000 Ibs gross. I $2.00 Double'

"Expandingthe capacity of 1
truck now classified as 'medium'

unit I* a solution to this critical 1I

problem" Fish said.BROKEN I- I NEW You need the good, dependable, long-term transportation

overnight to finish
AND MORE a new Chevrolet will'give Vou. . A One new car with
LENSESDUPLICATED transacting year ........-eave
LIBERAL W new tirel-new battery-new p rtl-and 'wlth Chev-
another trip (which aaeaa gas,
. I Eepalr en alaasre, adjustments RATIONING o' and
rol.t' outstanding economy operation upkeep.
MARION O. BXCWSTEK. ft. N. Urea tin and (wrves).

Office ef Dr. O. 0. BrewaterIt RUlES . Rationing regulations have been relaxed and liberalI -

W. Mewry street .....h .....sby
I 0. P.&. Ized-It', much easier to get delivery now than II .low

I am Mme a "s.. been for months. .,. a Better se: ul-toJq'

eml..r fir mob

Telephone I.PM Lstattilshea lI'f i beysee Ie sew

; delivery et now ,oal THESE .TJMES-IUtA: NEW CtiMOUtI

SUTTON JEWELRY CO. I al.er.l.t.BIRD. .. C "-' ... .... <

r Miami's Oldest Jewelry StoreDla..dwteke.Je.ralrystt.erwart .


I Growing with,South Daft fer ever IS rears

I, 12S E. maim Street MUsal Florida The eldest Caevret dealer oa Flerlda'a East_ CwtRommel"

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........" ... Tn..v.P ., AlFIOROAS UlWa Koto i Mr. Webb __
I ......... .. fcli "eoto _...* -HmlMrtkf
.... ..... aa .. a-mM-M a* at varlaawwHh
hi. .. 55 N.a..b.4 PIa.. kl Io ..1.10... AMraaj KIJIJJIaatfeM .
b tam Moth had. raelMatas C.mpear.BUDICRIPTIOX %. Aim. W....., tU .. a.
RATES seal alms Miami. Fla.. '

la Dad C..atr... -.._. It*
Harvard University has a
Otrt.Ua af Dta* Con_ HJc pro.
VntoN M sassed ..... awdKk attw lessor of petrography; -writing of
e. ... Hit. at MM tot rffto. at roeki. Why notcall rockologyt
I *
.'....!***, narMa. aaa tile aet afJknk f t Is
.. im.
,State authorities,i report.utelglist
oil companies ,have*.yrt' te >4gre*3
jibe Back Road to NaranjaBy oil .leases on more than a million'!

: and a half aca.of Florida land. .:
Annie Majhew Flti,eJrlrkTh a a a

broad, cement, new highway UNIQUE I There... eight aircraft builders .'
Where cars go by M fast whose stocks are lifted on the
Ii the roadway to the future Dos EX1I/B/T I ;, !market-Douglas, Consolidated,

The back road to the past sr.eVME FLA. \ I United, Sperry, Lockheed, Martin, ,
Some homo hive been faced Boeing and Curtis-Wright--rated .
!?N/SEF OOIcgtjMdIL _
bout 4e7Y' as, TH.e< u/APID.t'lE/iPE r/tylAlef In,production In about the order '

But the store are closed and ,Ev er NArrO.V O.V EA.Q7?I. II named. . .
l> Where, not 10 very long ago vr. .+u rat.aQr Mo Annenberg, once wealthy :
Folk hoped and worked to hard I Philadelphia dally newspaper pub
Dim lantern, back in boom days, Usher and chief mourner at the
Give cause to raise a brow, :death of Miami's tabloid Tribune,
Th sign it bean, lay "Room for I received a commutation of his

rent", I, three-year sentence for tax-dodg .
If'* ordinary now. ing. In addition to the prison
Of all pathetic things I law, 41 term he was required to pay a
The saddest of them all fine of eight million dollars, large 0
Was Mrs. Moody'i rocking chair ly for back taxes. He was, relievedof
Atilt against the wall eight months of hit sentence
The glade where once the Hor- a a .

toni cropped.. 497Wsiavr oA.tr : A great need of hemp, largely, ;

No greener then than now, :" HST&lOUD .ftFEET Imported from the Orient, causes ,
Cave forth no hint that their old THE 001L HOUSE AND A/9METEe dam' Alt /,4t13 me to arise to Inquire why we do.
home ("PI"'S' OK'VQ VONG Z044r'ED .W a eovq not grow it in Florida? The Everglades ".
Had gone to wrack and how. ON RECO.eO OEi1T2c0rO EXCIf'ELY s7'A/SGUf7/NE, FLOP/OA/ offer great possibilities; Z
Of all tad words of fiction A D/SR44Y OFOc S I,have seen It grown successfully on t,,
And In historic lore ,similar soils in Ohio, and Kentucky '
The saddest are "the place thereof foodstuffs, especially of livestock, !has long been raising The government
Shall lee them, now, no more". KNOW YOUR NEIGHBOR wheat and sugar, as well a* ma- Is buying 3,000 bushels of ,;
seed in the of
I hope getting plantings
chinery, tools\ farm implements,

Poison Gas * * a * * automobiles and its product and trucks, petroleum I flax. are of 350,000 distinctive acres.produtta.I Hemp and

e a .'
' Br Will Le,. Firearms Expert * * * * * exporter The United to this States uniquely I Is the beautiful leading I A Michigan chemist announce ,

Recently the Germans fired a O V A.U. country which, though one of a new plastic that he' calls saran, '
ti'l Dumber of heavy projectiles containing the richest potentially must still to replace iron pipe and fixture ,.'
poison gas at the eastern BOLIVIA-HEART OF THE NEW WORLD look to Its neighbors for many: sup. for bathroom or other industrial
A front. It was clearly an' expert j I I pll... I use. His claims are that it win endure .

H ment and there la reason to bet -:, Six I countries claim Simon Boll Finally: in 1821, the tide turned i _'_' __ _. . _...........n .... heat or freezing, resists corrosion
.t here that it was not a military j var as liberator, but only one of for the revolutionists when news I or acids. A St. Louis'concern '
I experiment. So far the Wehrmucht i them took his name. The republicof came of the victories of Bolivar Children in Court j also announces a new plastic 0
has carefully avoided the Bolivia Is one of two inland and San Martin. In 1825 the Spanish I which it call acrylic. It is calculated .
0 use of poison gas for a number I countries of the South American authorities fled La Pal and theo By... Judge Malcolm.. tUtneld for use by dentists both
of good reasons, none of which:i I continent and this fact has played next year the new state adopted I -- --I for plates and fillings. That wise
includes the antl-... pledge signed i f no small part In the drama of her constitution. It was drawn by STARVATION WAGES old industrialist Charles F. Kettertng .
by Germany In 1928. I I, struggle toward an Important Bolivar himself, and the new-born I I A certain philanthropist was of Dayton, Ohio, says we
,1 place in the family of American republic became Bolivia. highly respected because he donated ,
The first of these reasons was,: : have only: begun to remove chips ,
that poison gas Ii slow acting and I;, nations. The Bolivia of today Is a great ,I a park to the city: which from the great quarry: of knowledge '
I Bolivia lies in the heart bore his A short I II .,
not at all suited to blitzkrieg Sacs very storehouse of natural wealth. name. time later and tttscovery.
tic. OBI has the tendency to immobilize -''of South America, between the Though tin, by a wide margin, I a young woman who had been arrested a a a .
both sides and .Is, there equator and the Tropic of Capri takes first place among mineral for snatching a purse, was Provision is asked for housing '
i If fore, as well suited to li.htnln-I corn. To the north and east Is deposits Bolivia has to offer also I admitted to the county tuberculosis 1,600,000 migratory war workers *:
like armored thrusts as a ball and Brazil, and to the southeast Paraguay supplies Of wolfram antimony, : sanitarium for treatment"* e Some of these will form alliances .
: chain tied to each soldier's foot. ; to the south 1* Argentinaand silver, sine .lead, copper gold and I II An Investigation revealed that through marriage or friendship, 'y(
:, The second: was thai gas limply I to the west Chile and Peru. bismuth. I her employer, the highly: respected that will keep them In the new
is not an effective'w..pon. Instances Between Bolivia and the Atlanticare Half of Lake Tlticaca Is claimedby ', philanthropist had forced this environment and thus are moves '* ;fj
from World War I are vast forested plains, and toward -I Bolivia. Ships that ply its woman and his other female employees made on life's check.rboard.r
the Pacific, forbidding I to work long hours In hit i'
known where sector were shelled;j 1 I waters formerly: were built elsewhere I a a a '
mountain barriers. Her domain store at seven and eight dollars a !
for with hundreds of dismantled '
I days The President is said to have ,
\ of shells embraces 411,000 square miles; reassembled mOUlltalJllake.1 week. The meager salary which "
ands poison gas thoUI-j I on the been startled by the statement
her population about 3, 500,000 this young woman received was (
\ only I few hundred At an altitude of 12.300 feet, Titlcica that a quarter of a million young
had been of ,:persons. I la not sufficient to secure: adequate
! these shells high-ex the largest South Americanlake men, otherwise qualified, had been,
ploilve variety they would have:}| Before the Spanish conquests and the highest steam-navi nourishment Rather than become rejected for war service because .I
done much more harm. And the I IIf !| Bolivia was a part of the ancient gable body: of water In the world. a woman of the street after workIng of Illiteracy. Well he might be: '
third reason was that the German j Inca empire, a mountain fastnesspeopled Iii facilities are essential to the hours, to Increase her earnings it I* a startling statement The \'
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department of psychological warfare -!I by Indian bribes. Their' economy: of this Andean land. as several of the other clerks training in federal schools: of these '.'
I, opposed the use of poison'subjugation wa of a piece with were doing, this young womanchose '
Lacking a seacoast of it* own, Otherwise eligible is under coO.Ideretlon. -
gaTheir studies led them to Francisco Pliarro'l conquest of Bolivia nevertheless ha access to to snatch purse .
believe that gas would only: Inmate Peru. Spurred by rumors of vast three Pacific ports, and it Is possible Social diseases and malnutrition a a a
the will to resist and that I stores of gold In the mountain, though impracticable, to will, continue to be prevalent as The Deaver officer in charge of' .'
it, strangely enough, might lower repeated expeditions were made, reach her by a 2,000 11'I11.0"" long as young women are forcedto recruiting women for war service '
' the morale of the attackers. notably by a companion of Pizar- work for starvation wages. No
from, the Atlantic up 'the Amazon told 'em a few when he said this '
ID the meantime the German i ro, and by two of his brothers,I and 'Madeira rivers. Commerce chamber of commerce can affordto was no tea party; that the corps
ministry: of propaganda has been i Hernando. and Conzalo Plxarro. deposited at Mollendo, Peru,I not allow any employer: who does would not tolerate petulance* or'"
busy dropping hint about new By direction of PlurrO the no. reaches her market by rail and pay employe"sufficient peevishness'and that they ceild .
I I I I wages, to settle In it* city
gases, especially a mysterious,i jtorloua "encomlenda"'system, wa water, while the Chilean ports of not quit and go home when they
"nerve see which WM invented: introduced. For upward of three Aric and Antofagasta, by nil, are I got mad: If there wa any: quitting
(but not In a laboratory esped.|!centuries the native Bolivianswere open to her export On these THE FATHERLY: STRANGER to be don it must be,then and
ally for the purposet renewingthe ) forced to live under resident dock In other -days Jt wa not I The unattached fatherly man there. That man knew his women. '
"war of nerves" And It seems! governors who did wcta'II they I unusual to.see tin, awaiting shipment / who frequent picture shows, II* a a a
to II they had to have some pleased with the more human decree to smelting plant ,In 1
me M : England jbrarles i street corners, etc. i* often New condition continually rise '
substantial proof now, proof, of the Spanish crown. 1 lying beside processed tin i a menace: to small girls and with their new problems. Spain
whether it ii still possible to scare I At last a spirit 6f revolt draw. that had traveled front Malayan I I!boy The activities of these degenerates had been our source of supply for
the United Nations la general and log Its Inspiration from the American and East Asian mines for use in a' often cover a wide cork but when she had her Internal

the Russian army In particular colonies and the French revolutions -, country; that produce one-third I I rang One of.\IIe \ wa found disturbance: the supply wet
with the threat of poison gai. I burst Into flame The'I'I of the worldfl raw metal I! begging pennies and pickles from lessened so that the manufacturer
They had to know whether the)I Spanish governor was Imprisoned 1 1I If. largely: because of the rugged the youngster who' befriendedhim. of glass containers turned to plastic -
poison Sam scare of the twenties,. and Independence proclaimed. But character of the terrain and dUI Another wa distributing elicit and metal cap with great
might' till be turned Into i propaganda :I the early revolutionists were soon I I I ficultie: of transport Bolivian agriculture I literature to young boy success. The clamor for steel for

weapon. So they staged ateat I j,captured and for fifteen yean : falls short of meeting the The worst offender of this type war use has put a crimp in metal
we of poison gas and they;there' was a dark and uncertain I t country's) needs, there are large ,,18 the man who tries to gain the (Continued on Page Seven)

got their reactions . which were:; period. of.... guerilla. warfare. areas awaiting the farmer. To be confidence of young girls for Im
of the variety they did not like. I sure, Bolivia can export surplusesof moral purpose This la not a rare such persons and their evil practices

The resumption of poison gas j'man know that all military men nuts, hides, rubber, cinchona]occurence.: Unless a young girl she should not be allowed to
warfare is therefore, anything but all over the world would read an] bark and coca leaves, but there i I* completely fortified with a frequent public; place without the
likely especially since the Ger1 dmisalon. of defeat into IL must come In, a* yet,supplies of(tborau A knowledge"regarding protection of an older person .

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it Friday, June 12, 1942'' HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Paw Five .'

'visit her here until July 1 when were: the Rev. and Mrs W. E. ;
they will both go to IVewnan I Rowell Mrs. J. M. Dobbin, Mrs.: '3'': TZ T

Billy, a former pupil of Neva King Margaret Kennedy. Mr, W. F. A.
i : In and Jlround Cooper School ha Just completed Robertson, Ma. J. W. Miller Mrs. Our ,
his junior year at Newnan High John Rohrer, Mr. r. M. Bach- .'
I School. I I elor, Mr Charles Clinton, Mr*. Boys in Service
Roy Chandler and Mrs. J, B. Co. :
., Homestead i A six-pound ton wa bom to hemour. Boston cream pie and * ,* * * :
Mr. and Mr*. Robert Dunn In the coffee were served. '

James Archer Smith Hospital .. I Thomas Collins Is Made ;

June 4. i Mr. and Mr*. Lucio Accunlo Sergeant in Canal Zone .1
Mrs. Julian H. Webster and]Louisiana State University where and children James, Louie, and
daughter, Mill Alta, returned he 1* a medical student 'I Mr. and Mr*. Fred Connelly of :Josephine, left Monday for Ever. Thomas A. Collins' who enlisted )

l. Wednesday-.from Atlanta where I I Miami and eon, Freddie, were ett, Mass, where they will spend headquarter i
1J41 and I at
Mr and tW W. In-August,
ali of
they IUd'been vtII4iIDI 4eigAM.1d11t'Wb.eerwaa.FaduaMd ,Miss,Berth dill Hall andher'nephew guests ; the rummer. I II dUcal '
detachment of the 1ftIII
.' June Frank Hawmao. Bethel In Princeton Sunday \
battalion at Fort Clayton
.ApIeI.tkott-ou..t De. Tuesday for a. visit wiUv.Prot- I Oodaco left Saturday
2 ttom Mr. and Mr S. I
hit been J
... 'cstur with a B. A. degree:' sot and list'*, E. S. Shelrey In New The Mills' place on East Howry for Miami Beach. Canal Zone promoted.
York City. Miss BaIlSman plansto road, formerly occupied by Mrs. from corporal to sergeant, accordInf I

' Mr*.C.W.McEwen ha returned do research work at Columbia Virginia Edward, has been boughtby Mr. and Mrs.: :-Myer- Silvermanand to word received by his mother *
R. J. Shelley of Coconut Grove. Mr*. Eva Collini.
Mo., where she University.Mr. .
from Springfield. children Marion, Gloria, aid
visited with her wn-ln-law and I 'Alfred, visited Mrs. Ida Silverman
daughter Mr. and Mr Louts and Mrs. B. H. Hindman Blair Hickson and H. A. Amen 1lbada Lt. Theodore Franklin
Muench, and their young *on*. who have been living In the Wolfs left last week for a stay of several Now Parachute Juniper
house In Porvenlr have) moved into week in Oultman, Ga. I Mr. and Mr*. George Davis of ;

Mr. A. A. Payne left Saturday the Russell Home house on thecorner Miami and their daughter, Phyllis tint Lieut Theodore Franklin
night for Washington, D. C. to of N. W, Second avenueand Ann of Mr.
C. H. Gatewood, Homestead station were Sunday guest I who recently visited Ml parent
visit her aon-ln-law and daughter, Fifth street the rail- and Mr Oscar Cloninger.
I agent.for' F. E. C. Mr. and .tl'l. P. J. Franklin, has
Mr. and Mr*. Arthur Ream Her I road, I* on a 15-day vacation dur. been transferred with his company
IOn, Bill, left the same day for a Mr. and Mr*. Jeff Fritter of tog which his place I* being filled I J. C. Cohemour left Monday for from Fort Banning Gi, to Fort
vacation In New Orleans. Kansas City, brother-in-law and.by C. J. Chapman of Miami. Dover. Del, to visit Mr", and Mrs. Bragg N. C. Lieutenant Frank
later of Mrs. A. A. Payne, have .
Will Rhodes.Mr lin completed a count In para
Paul Loaner are purchased the Porvenlr house of I
Mr. and Mr* ;
about three month
chute training
Mr* A. Brown South Miami
announcing the birth of an eight- Dr. and Mrs. Herbert S. Wolfe, lia a surgical patient In the James *. J. W. Freeman and daughter ago. 'I
pound four-ounce In the James and will come here to live next Kathleen, will leave Wednesday
Smith Hospital Wednesday.Mr. fall. Mrs. Fritter and their two I Archer Smith Hospital Stephen for Charleston W. Va to visit
.Archer .
children, Beverly and Jimmy, arrived .''Godfrey of Rockdale had his ton. West Point, Ga., arrived Saturday
and Mrs. Robert Gentner for a short stay a week ago, ails removed there Tuesday. Mr*. to visit Mr. and Mri. Paul Haley
and their furniture arrived 1 Homer Jenkins and Infant son, for a few week
returned Thursday of last week on Mrs. Roy Chandler and children
from a honeymoon trip through Wednesday of this week. born in the hospital last week, Edward, Jackie, Genevieve + I
were returned to the Jenkins Leo Rohrer of Key Welt pent
the tate. Mrs. Gentner 1* the and Jlmmle, are visiting Mrs. A.
home In Princeton Sunday. A. H. the week-end here. Harold Rohr.er .
former Miss Elizabeth SkilLMt. Mrs. M. W. Craft of Homesteadleft I Mamba In Uleta, Fla.
Wednesday for Gainesville Jarrett wa returned to his home ha secured employment In Key

and Mr*. Hugo Vlhlen and 'where) she will enter summer Wednesday. Harry Defiler came from Key West
Mrs. Vlhlen' mother, Mrs. Maud school at the University of Florida. West to spend the week-end with

X.'Chandler, have gone to Miami Mr*. W. Y. Bush and daughter his family here. I f en J
Beach for a few week while Mr*. I Mr*. Q. Sherard left Saturdayfor Nina Pearl, returned this week LWhtatYo
Vlhlen Is taking graduate work at a two-week visit with relative from Abbeyville, Ala, where they Mr. and Mrs. J. Y. Bower of
the University of Miami. in Gainesville. have been visiting friend and rel,
atives. Miss Bush was graduated
Mrs. Chas. Pratt left Wednesday I. Allen Pope:;;Herbert Booth from Florida Stat College for,I

for; a visit of several week In New have returned to the University of I Women. May.FLORIDA. For Complete Home Furnishings

York City. Florida for the summer term. -

Mr. and Mr*. Paul Hendry Mrs. Bryon Nowell of Honolulu By Warrens Savory SeeSmithGraves .
moved Tuesday from Princeton to .
:Is visiting Col. and Mrs. Alva 4
Coconut Grove. Lee Redland. The Rev. W. E. Rowell left

I Tuesday for Lakeland when the: .
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gatlln and g Furniture Co.
annual Methodist conference will
I Mrs. Edward hat
ion, Jack, have moved from Virginia
be held.
'bought, remodeled and moved into -
Miami to an apartment in the ::
Vane Harris house in Silver Palm. the cottage at lit N. W. Sixth
Mr. Gatiin 1* now employed at ,street Last week she was Joinedby I Those who attended the meetIng -' Homestead Phone 248-J
her 15-year grandson, Billy of the W. S. C. S. at Mrs. J.
Richmond Field. Bush of Newman, Ga. who will W. Freeman' home Wednesday . . .
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Mr*. O. A. Halnltn of Miami and
daughter, Elizabeth spent Sunday
visiting friends In Redland.

arrived Mrs. Edith Tuesday Lamb of to Jacksonville visit her HELl 'S THE WARTIME IR:

Mr. i
brothers-In-law and sister,
a and Mrs. Adam Brannen and Mr.
t ant Mrs. Harvey Strickland, in I'
r' South Allapattah Garden

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Mrs. H. M. Lyon Is seriously Ill
f .t her home In Longvlew.Irvng > I I.I

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; | Loaner, a second lieutenant -
I in the medical reserve

corps, la spending several weeks
.: with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I'I
',;;'! Max Loaner, before returning to



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Star Ue ,.oede- uko hips-has t most _t"PKlItl kelp eaM Congestion by going More till .
I ivailablat.Oe M'Moaday.'Tuetdar. Wednev \Aufuit ruth period- after It'* over All
Facial lie 4 \ day .,.ThIlflCla'* N' ,enjoy more comfor( .null be avoiding; any possible! tltlt? dtup4polnunent rand
Facial rack _______ MeMntacheTrim .L | convenience en midweek tripe-.but,more; [ ee confusion by getting year'tickets i
Csabta"i" Facial_ TSe 1 important still yeuH be leaving room en lit the mea ta the armed force and lotanco el .
your departure time. Dealt ler( t M
;; Took I5c workers wh. caa travel only at that tun' ;i buy War nds.wtth. the money you save I ,

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.'' . .n Social Events in. South Dade . . .

The Calendar

June 11-Meeting of Princeton -
Miss Luclllt Wttt and Lieut chide. Home Demonstration Club In I Carolyn Julia Osklerko, daugh;; Present besides those at'the

:William S. Hathaway were mar- After a s"", rt trip through the Princeton Methodist Church. ter of Mr. and Mn. Fabian A. wedding were: Mr and Mr Wai.

ried *( I o'clock Sunday afternoon state, the fount couple will return June IS-Social meeting of Junior Osklerko of Middle Village, N. Y. ter Schuls Mr. and Mrs. Fnak;
to Homestead before leavingfor Woman's Club at home of Mr. H. Bernecker and children, Elaine.
it the home o| the bride' Fort Knox, IC,., where Lieut and Mn. C. A. Lounsbury. 1 was married Sunday afternoon at and Charles, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred

parent, Mr. and Mn. O. A. West, Hathaway Is now stationed.The June IS-Meeting of Homestead 4 o'clock to Ernest A. Bernecker, Albright and,, daughter, Margaret
of Mr. and Mrs. F. 1.. Bernecker. '
of 205 N. E. Second avenue. Dr. bride, only daughter of Mr. B. P. W. C at I p. m. at Mrs. I son Mr. 'and tin Jason ,Avery and
Allen West, brother of the bride, and Mrs. West was born In Homestead P. McLean's home. J'j The marriage\ ceremony daughter, Dorothy, Mr. and Mn..
tame from Nashville to performthe I I and attended the Homestead June Homestead W. S. C. was performed In that manse of 1 1I Leo Bernecker,nd sons. Donnle

ceremony. Dr. J. E. John- :schools. She attended, also Man supper In Sunday school rooms at Homestead Presbyterian Churchby and Ralph, ,Mr. and Mrs Otto
tone, pastor of the Baptist Church :Hill Junior College in Mar Kill, T30.: the pastor of the church, the Bernecker, Mr.: and Mrs.-'A.' V.

of-Homestead. assisted. Approximately :N. C, and the.Homestead Bust June 1- -Covered dish supperof I Rev. George H. Rick Phillip\ and children, Loraine and
The .
one hundred relatives and :ness College. She was employedby W. S. C. S. matron of honor was Mn.Paull' A. V. Jr.. Mrs Frank Panno 'and_
Osklerko of Redland, .
guests were present Barnes Transfer Co. this sea July 4-Annual dance of Junior slster-ln-law son, Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Edw. .
of the bride
The ceremony wu performed ,'son. Woman's Club.msCO..wAN. and the Jensen and children. Phyllis\
beat man Earl E. BYrd of
n' wu -- -. -- n Richard., Bobby and David, Mrs
la the dining room before an 1mprovtMd
Lieut Hathaway, son of Mr. and Homestead.The .
altar banked,with palms,'Mrs. Frank Hathaway of Goulds,i AUXILIARY bride ware a two-piece Evelyn Q. Hill" and. daughter Barbara ,
Mrs. Frank Orifici, and) '"
white gladioli and white candtl- was graduated from Redland High PLANS Summit: LUNCHEONS I white pebble cloth suit with white
Kerry-Paul Jr;Sablns Carof and
abra. An aisle of
potted palm School and attended for four sum- Plana to have a luncheon, at accessories and ,a white orchid Judy Lynn Osklerko.
led to the altar. men the C M. T. C camp at each of Its summer meetings were,corsage. .
Mn. Vera Summerlln of West Fort Screven, Ga. He received made at I luncheon meeting of J The matron of honor wore a The brides has spent :several '

Palm Beach aunt of the bride, his commission In March and was the Woman' Auxiliary of St.John'l .light! blue bemberg dress and hat summer* here at the home of her'

ant "At Dawning and Became' stationed at Fort Meade, Md., until Episcopal Church Friday at of the same) hue. Her other accessories brother and' llli .In-laW: 'She li -
with piano. accompaniment, by his recent transfer to Fort the home of Mts. M. F. White. were white and her cor. a graduate of Richmond Hill High' ,
Mn. J. D. Redd. I School In Long Island and has _
Knox. Present wen: Mn. Frank Haus. I sage was mad of white carnations
The bride In studied law at St John' Unlver., ,"
was given marriageby *
Mr. and Mn. E. H. Collier, uncle man. Mn. W. Ratcliff, Mrs. J. E.I II The bride's mother wore a beige
Iii '
her lather. Mn. Wm Mc!- and aunt of the bride, entertained Gauzens, Mn. A. R. Singleton, dress, made redingote style, with In city addition Brooklyn for three ,ean.
Michael served ai matron of hon. Mn. Geo. N. Wakefield white accessories, and the .brlde.II'OOm'l she has aided her
memben of the bridal party and Mn. *
father In
or; Mis Elizabeth McIIwaln was I the management of the
the out-of-town guests at a party Henry Johnson, Mn. Ralph King- mother wa clad entirelyIn large
bridesmaid and little Lou Ann many greenhouses they own.
; at their home Saturday night man Mn. Lee H. Lehman, Mrs. white. Both wore talisman rose
Ivey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. The bridegroom belongs to
Mrs. Hathaway was honored at G. A. Roman, W. K Haas, consges.I
Gordon Ivey, was flower girl. Pvt. a pre-nuptial shower Friday after Mn. H. E. Schaff'rn.: .. Ruth Scott,I I I Present also were Paul F. Os family prominent here since' its

James Hathaway of Key West i noon given by Mn. Gordon Ivey. Miss Virginia Hats, Barbara Jean klerko, brother of the bride, the arrival in pioneer days, thirty.
acted as his brother's best man. father of the seven year ago. He was graduated
A red, white and blue COlor. 'and Norton Wakefield, Inazell Roman bridegroom, Mn
The bride wore a gown of white scheme was used. I Catherine Weber and Doris Byrd and Mrs. J. A. Ricks, mother from Redland High School
moussellne de sole with fitted bodice .i of the pastor.Immediately. and I la now a grove owner, farmer
low waistline, short puff(|I During the afternoon, Mn. Wm. i'Musselwhlta ,I| after the ceremony, and packing home operator.

sleeves and bouffant skirt Her sang "At Dawnlni"to 'MRS. BROOKS GIVES I j all present enjoyed a wedding din They are postponing their wedding .

fingertip-length veil was fastened piano accompaniment by Mrs. LUNCHEON FOR VISITOR I ner at the Bamboo Tavern where trip till later In the summer,
by a halo of orange blossoms. I"Vera Summerlln, and Mn. S. 1., I a pastel-tinted flower arrangement 'and are now at home in the Durk-
The bride's attendants wore |West gave several humorous read Mrs. J. R. Brooks entertainedwith formed the centerpiece of the !In house on Halnlln drive east of
gowns cut like her own. Mrs. Mc-lings. Miss Virginia Trick won the a luncheon at her home Fri. bridal table.A Krome road. '
door prize. day in honor of Mrs. Byron Now.|
wore pink chiffon and reception for the newlywedswas
carried pink roses, and Miss Me-J Two wee girls, Lou Ann Ivey, I ell of Honolulu. I j held Sunday night at the I The social meeting of the Jun. I j
I Ilwaln ware blue chiffon and car.','and Claudia Campbell, dressed as Coven wen laid for: Mrs. Wain-1,home of the bride's brother and I for Woman' Club will be a
tied white Lou i Red Cross wright Ernst, Mrs. A. A. Payne, !sister-in-law who '
roses. Ann Ivey nurses, presented the served a buffet wiener roast Monday nlgt at I
wore a short pink frock gifts to the honor guestRed ]Mn. Lee. Mn. Nowell, Miss Anne I supper In their honor. Centered o'clock at the home of Mr. and

tered pink rose petals. andaca"j I and white ice cream was II Ryan and Mrs. Brooks. on the table was a beautifully Mn. C. A. Lounsbury. Husbands

The mother of the b was,served with cup cakes which were I I decorated three-tier wedding J and escort of the members will
gowned In aqua crepe and Mn.I topped with a miniature flag. I I taking, she said, and the help of ,cake. be guest.

Frank G Hathaway, mother of the I Present besides those named all local organizations would be -
bridegroom. In white Both needed. ..." .a.. iTaaii trna ..,
crepe. were: Mn. Catherine Pickard, Mn. .. a ".,."
wore gardenia corteges. :I Henry Johnson, Mrs. Annie R. Mn. Jacobs and her dance committee .

Wedding cake and punch were]Butler, Mn. Frank O. Hathaway, for May 30 were given a
served from a rose decorated table Mn. E. 1. Lawrence, Mn. J. D. vote of thank for their project

by Mn. H. Collier, Mn. Renault I I Perkins, Mn. Claude Campbell, which cleared $45 for the club. Jack DIXIE DRUG 'Howard
Fender, Mn. Harold Bishop and. Mn. W E. Ewing: Mn. J. L. Bur. Because of gas and tire rationing Polk Johnson

I li Mn. Combs Young, all of Daytona ton, Mn. T. D. Plche. Mr*. W. T. the club voted to hold only Phones St anti ..111EXTRA
one meeting a month, on the sec
Beach. Receiving at the door
wen McConnell, Mn. A. D Smith, Mn.
Mrs. Dexter Home, J, ra. J. R. J H. J. Davis, Mn. J. D. Barnes, ond will Monday be of each month. Cards
sent to
Dorsey and Mrs. A. D. Smith. Mn.Ivey Mrs. memben notifying
It Collier, Mn. R. E. Ed. '
: them of
and Mn. Leon Burnett of'wards, Mn. Frank Irwin : :
Mn. C. The meeting closed with a social VALUE C0N,1ti::: ,ij:;
West Palm Beach, cousins of th'l I IE. Saunden, Mn. S. A. King, Mn. hour. full pint Purtltit '
bride, had charge of the A. West Mn. Ceo. M. Frick, Present were: Mrs Herbert MltfRAtOU.itg.50 Tube Slog BruiMtjiSHAVING

book. Mn. Lonnie L Hood, Mn. J. D. Katz Mrs. P. J. Franklin, Mn. H. ASPIRIN .CRWI
.I Other out-of-town guest were: Redd, Mrs. Harry Cooper, Mn. K. Foulk. Mn. J. M. Dixon, Mrs. l and 2 Mai Slog f./ZT;
I I' Sgt and Mrs. Dukes West of Auburn Delllnger, Mrs Wm. Mo H. Ruegg, Mn. T. E. Stadig, Mn. 7*. Itmpa. brother and slster-ln-law ?? retd.4tema.lit .
Michael Mn. :Renault Fender, Paul Haley, Mn. J. Y. Bowen. Q shave,.
of the bride, and Mrs. M. Hill of 1,Mrs. Combs V.lye
Young Mn. Harold
Mn. I. P. McLean, Mn. J. D. 59t
Miami and her daughter, Virginia.I I Bishop Miss Lillian Swilley, Miss Perkins, Mrs. Hammett Mn. i soTH FOIL i , u. V.iua 3 9
For traveling the bride wore a.I Mary Frances Arthur, Miss Trick, Jacobs, Mn. Shore, Mrs. Bow, IH *M JtetS NOOKIt raw? ... N..II e Dleft
navy benallne suit with matching Miss Anne Hathaway and Barbara Mrs. Ekhenberger and Miss Pearl
( accessories and a corsage of or-1 I Jean Smith. I Whitaker. EXTRA VALUE COMB HAT!! N
t - 8 .r. sire CHtRROSOJl -- foreovgflsdurocoldsondikg.of30

Get real relief from _>, For that luxurious after
--- I cold symptoms and shave feeling
Mn. Lily Lawrence Bo--of Ing headquarters for service men .z cold tough*. Wt

Houston who la visiting relatives r In the Chamber of Commerce II Bl tioo VI In Miami and old friends In building. It would be a big under. 7.:.. r. ry MN.r FOR r
_ -- t 1 _> g .,oe.rcn MY .,a r.o.xa
Homestead told members of the I n.

Tuesday night of defense work Aa.Bencejaeat
I' and literary work that she la doling SPICKARD I pint Ml 31 SOLUTION Tube Slop lay Rue frortnnet
I In Houston. Mrs. Bow though DR. R S. Deep, lasting wave of exquisite I' end KI. H> TOOTH BRUSH SHAVING CREAM

t BOW a non-resident remains poet a4 I loveliness, with Thermique, mi ? figs.-J/oi
; laureate of the club and each year I I the heaterle method . Cool. Values like. these go Hollow' Growd tL/iS
: arranges for Jpoetry weekkyeogram. DR. C. C. RAYare I safe, comfortable! I quickly so hurry. .A\ Big favorite

Tea V.UtOTHSOR cream and guar
Mrs 3 F. Hammett, new president -I new a MtUte withDR.RS.AKERS Ask for its: 49 ant edb's
of the club and Mrs. Ida see" a" lessmeow" y k,A taw-- 27 G
: ThermiqueALICE'S I if\V i-t-....
Xlchenbergef reported on the i i
i' quarterly county federation meeting
held in Miami May ST. Mn.f DENTIST
S :It O. Shore of the Homestead' on rw.:.. '
__ Ice Cream Made Fresh
dub has been mad federation OffleeSeasfa.rt.seP..a I rw-- Daily In Our

safety chairman and Mrs. C.. A Snda-it t to It I BEAUTY

Lounsbury of the Homestead Close CataHaya1TN
Own Store
J Junior Woman's Club has been SALON

made I page, they announced. ....t -.e-. .-
It W. InK
Mrs. Adrian Jacobs, chairman! ST. MIAMI A" 11bow" _0_........

I >+ of the U. S. 0. organization here, PHONE s-sm literate in

poke on the possibility; of open JtCMtMt-Cft (HE ..al!: .m.... ro"UlynUIi a"WAY ...:.r

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caps. A coffee that Dad always FOR RENT
MISSEDNA DOLORES BOOTH IS WEDDEDTO been packaged In sealed tins now I LOANS I II

HARRY PINDER OF PORT EVERGLADES comes In glass. In factory circles PARTLY furnished house In Florida BUILDING ,'1

-- such container are reckoned by City; running hot and cold RESTRICTIONS

WSis Edna Dolores Booth of of this district She was graduated the gross (144 bottles). In 131w water; fruit trees; nine yard. ;I Government Building Order win .,1
were about three
Homestead and Harry Lee Finder, from Homestead High School producing Apply Homestead Leader Phone, permit the following a
million annually. In 1937it .
TJ. S. N. R., of Port Everglades and attended Homestead Business shot gross 2. (24tf) BUSINESS or COMMERCIAL
up to five and a half mil
married Sunday evening in College. For the BUILDINGS 'I
were past aeven month lion, then sagged back to normal FOR SALE costing S,000 or
the parsonage of Trinity Methodist she has been employed In the office but 1938 law a rapid swing up- : less.

Church In Miami by the pastor of the city clerk of Home- ward and at the close of 1941 we PICKUP, plow, 2 Colt FARM BUILDINGS, costing. $1,000or
the Rev. R. L. Allen. stead. Planten'l less.RESIDENTIAL.
were producing seven million I other tool.
Mr. and Mn. R. J. Williams of The bridegroom was born in grot sprayer -Additions or new
Fay, 111 Fifth street (
Miami were the attendants.Hi Key West and attended school a pjnlt construction costing leas than

bride wore a powder blue there but was graduated from The Zaps claim to have sunk or GRAPEFRUIT, papayas and Easter .I $500.

silk Jersey dress mad with long I Miami Edison High SchooL H* heavily damaged 251 enemy ships lilies, also small loquat and REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE Ol

waist line, shirred bodice and attended also Richmond Military and 2,274 planes. mango tree Mrs. N. O. Ball. all types of buildings Is encouraged -

bracelet length sleeves. Her accessories .I Academy In AuguiU. He enlisted a n IS N. E. Sth St. (myStf) I by Government and no

were white, and she wore a'in the naval reserve last December price limit U placed on cost of
corsage of pink rose buds. Mrs. and is now stationed at Port Js a good war story. Two GROWERS OF LILIES, we ask I work done. The design though I
met and
Williams wore a rose crepe dress Evergladei. one asked how you to offer us your Illy bulbs. should not be changed by repair.

with white accessories. They the war was coming on. The other Kromhout Flower Co.. Vero ABC LOANS are still available forth
are making their home
was surprised and said he "hadn'theard Beach, Fla. (My U-Je 12) above ol
type improvements -
Th bride is a daughter of Mr. 4030 S. W Second terrace In
0' any war. What was the
to be repaid In monthly
and Mrs. Wra J. Booth, pioneers Miami. fuss about anyhow?" The reply 400 LIME TREES, 9 months old payments of: _

was. "Oh, some ol' hussy name o' sacrifice price, SSc each Cleopatra , $ 100 for 12 mo. 9 $ ..,.,

FRIENDS GIVE SUPPER PARTY ON SILVER Pearl Harbor." root stocks-superior to 200 for 12 mo. 0 17.M
.1 rovgh lemon for disease
a a a .000 for 38 O 31.>4
WEDDING OF MR. AND MRS. C. J. PARMANA drouth resistance. Buyers remove mo.
Senator Tydlngs (Dem., Mary, trees Ceo. H. 2,900 for 60 mo O 84IIN
land) charges that the publicity Down Payment
buffet supper and bridge Faust and A. F. Arthur. stuff sent out In a single week I rick Naranja rd. (a24tf) N* Red Tape

party was given at the home of I IMr. Present were: Mr. and Mrs. Bevo from Come In and
the various federal depart- 5-ACRE lime grove, 2 miles from see us for additional
and Mrs. Lee H. Lehman I Webb, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur, Mr.' ments to one person weighed over bank bId,. Can be bought on I Information or Phone 62. Home

Tuesday evening: In honor of the and Mrs. Faust, Mr. and Mrs. Par. 16 pounds making 2,058 pages terms. him M. A. Berger I stead

silver wedding anniversary of Mr.I I man, Mr. and Mrs. Brooks, Mr. Well, the boys must keep busy to'earn Krome ave. and 10th street Brooker Lumber Co.

and Mrs. C. J. Parman. The and Mrs. Rheney and Mr. and Mrs their salt." According to (m27tf)

hostesses were Mrs. Lehman, Mrs'[Lehman. their own figures there are 31,618 I

J. R. Brooks and Mrs. W E. full and part time press agents engaged FOR SALE!: Tropical plant, citrus WANTEDROTARY

Rhene)'. : REDLAND W. S. C. 8. In that work. I trees and tropical fruit U

Centered on the dining table was I CLEARS IH AT SALE season. Jungle Grove, Redland Singer sewing machine.

I large white cake decorated In I Twenty-five dollars was clearedat road and Plummet drive.IN Mn. Robert Glenn, corner 6th
Little old Switzerland is preparing street and 2nd avenue. (Jnl2lf)
silver, topped with a miniature the rummage sale and food and '
to celebrate the 2,000th anniversary THE CIRCUIT COURT or THR
bride and bridegroom and surrounded I plant sale held last Saturday in of her political existence EI.FVrvTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN WANTED a grove. Will exchange

by gardenias. I Homestead, It was reported at a I now possible only because of llil AND CHANCERY FOR DADS COUNTY, FLORIDA, my 6-room house, 3 cottages I

High score prize winners of de- meeting, Wednesday of the Worn her being the birthplace of the No. 'uu store lot 100x130 oh 71h eve,

fense stamps were Mrs. T. J !an's Society of Christian Service Red Cross In 1884. The political CITY TAX of HOMESTEAD SALE FORECLOSURE a miiniripai tor.Deration Miami. Income over 2500.What

.of Redland Community Church. of the 8.... of Florida. Plaintiff, have you? J. K. Dora, 22 Halcyon -
I League of Nations did not survive ... L. A. RUB8ULL, it a., at al, 1*.
MRS. VANE HARRIS GIVES Present at the meeting were: How long the Swiss can ,..do.... Arc. phone 2-2463.
LUNCHEON TODAY Mn. Anna Mesiersmith, Mrs. A. ORDER FOR PUBLICATION (my22-jel2)
live under the mercy one Is IN THE RAMS OF" THE STATE: or
Mrs. Vane N. Harris will givea W. January, Mrs. M. A. Baker, secret locked in the bosom of .j FLORIDA TUTORING WANTED ntgtl
Mn. M. M. Ramsey, Mrs. H. J TO THE!: DEFENDANT I Ernest W. \
luncheon today at her home In future. Carter. Individually and aa Dim-tor a> school and grade school
Armstrong, Mrs. D. M. Brannon, a Trustee at the Carter bKurltr and Land subjects/.
honor of Mrs Frank Robinson Mrs. H. J. Armstrong,
Onnpanr. dissolved Florida
a corporation,
Mn. Frank W. .
who plans to leave soon for her Stillman and Mrs. Lowell Yerex operates I fleet I and Mary Carter hit wife Valduala Plummer drive and Country
W. E. Rowell.FELLOWSHIP. Georges Robert i. Cirtrt
i and Mary can
summer home In Burlington Vt. of freight planes that carries 12-< ar. nil ..or.. C. R. M Navy Armnt Hd.it. Club road.
Covers will be laid for: Mrs. J. 000 tons of freight a year. One!Traaanra l.land San Fnnclaeo California I
Bert Trafford. M',, .
A. Ricks, Mrs. T. L. Hodges, Mrs. recent trip was to Winnipeg, Can ,Alabama, and Gertrude llaafe Chamber, LEGALIZATION OP ADOPTION
HAS MONTHLY PARTY ada, from where to flew three addraaa unknown aa DI......... aa T...... NOTlt f I* HKR"NY4e-. .-.. >kamdanliftaj
Carl F. Robinson, Mrs J. M. Hol- ;1
The of the Floararlind Rraltir Corporation a will .n tie lltk 4ay of luau*
monthly party of the Wesley plane engines to Trinidad. There dlMoInd Florida .... .. ,
ferty, Mrs. Frank Robinson and ) eorporatlon iw A. M or M eujM tNvi-cefter aaaavnad
Fellowship Class of the Home- the plane picked a for Few .ens). man, and Aoilalda mar ba ward make miwIlniUoajla
up cargo I
Mrs. Harris. mat U nurrM. -, an "part/.l the Honorable Arthur Uoim. Irautt
lead Methodist Church was held Georgetown, British Colombia,l j If llrlnt. and If ..i ;r'th above Judea of the rinantk Judk-lnl Circuit In
I Tuesday evening in the Sunday where It loaded a third time fora I I Individual defendant ba dead all and for Dada Closely, Florida. .. Chambers
ar paraoaa claiming an Internet order at the Dade Coanty Court Hass. Miami
LOU ANY IVEY'S THIRD school rooms. Mn. Geo. Estill trip to Reo d* Janeiro. Then' said .. .. or tutor at thom daaroiad -i HnrMa. for .. order authnrtalnl Uwadoptl
or ulkarwlio, including kia .. of Jnann KlrkpMrlrk hem
BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED and Wlllard Norman or awnclra. n r
were In he brought from there 3,500 pounds I ...... .
d '''.1 spouses or ... aa their daughter In a ordanrr with the
Lou Ann Ivey, daughter of Mr. charge of ,the arrangements.After of quartz crystals to the U. S claimant order ....h parson ar ........ .1 ."".'. In ....h some made and provided.Dated .
dead. and all other unknown absent. da.frndanu nt Miami, Florida. April SOtk.HAMl'FI. .
and Mrs. Gordon Ivey was givena games were played, sandwiches The first leg of this hop was In thh rauw. and all parties 154,.
third and cold drinks 5,0001 I .. natural. .orpurat. or i, M CARLO.
of her
party in honor were miles to Miami. munklp.4w/nter
.... la the tenet ........ ROBS: HI CAHIXI,
birthday anniversary by her served. a < after ......Iboo!. clalmlni .br. through ,.00111.........
grandmother Mrs. E. H. Collier.at Present were: Mr, and Mrs. vader the dlMnlvtd ronioratl ....... ...1 H. H. TAYLOR.
Two areas In Pennsylvania have !forth, Mid landa bring described aa follow. Attorney for Prtltlonera.Mar .
the Collier home Tuesday af- Lloyd Field, Mr. and Mn. Estill, to-wlli ( It. tl. l., Juna .. II. 1t411
Mn. been cleared by requiring 2,600 j Lou SO. SI. II M, 14 II and W 4l
ternoon. Casper Williams, Miss Mary families to be relocated so steel <> 41. MILLER ADDITION rial Hook NOTIIR OF APPIUATIOMFOR
The dining room table was dec McNeil, Miss Marjorie Moser, I. 1'... 1M, and rial ,Hook I, Pare I TAX DKRD
mills could expand for war pro HTl File mmNotlra
orated In pink and white with Misses Helen and Antoinette Moye duction. Lou I and *. SEVIf.LA ADDITION. la ncrrky .1... that Jnrk A. a.Jf
two white cakes as the center- and Willard Norman.HOMESTEAD Flat Book a. Pan 111. and Plat Book .IIIU' A. Mj.ula holder .. ajwlanva of
11 Page 401 City of Miami, Tea Cartlflrala Numbered
piece. Pink baskets filled with lent T. Block t. ROYAL PALM ADDITION ' I.UA. dated the 41k do, of July. A. n.
W. S. C. S. Plat ....,k t. Poss all| "," have filed aald CartHkalr. la my of.flor .
candy and pink horns were given I Lot T. L. C. BtlPLKK AUDITION. / and Bare made appltaatfctn for atderd
the guests. TO HAVE SUPPER Plat Rook .. Pan I HI to haw thereon. In nraordaoiv who
....... ... ..
orkle5tive all af the aWcrlbad lubdlvUlona law aid Carllflrata emknura the r. -
Janet Cooper and Bobby Mussel- The C S. C. S. circles of the Inf "seatedn the City of HooMataad.Dada lowlna deeerlbrd property .It...... I.
white received prizes in contests. Homestead Methodist Church will I County, Florida Dado (:.mats. Florida. ....wII.
YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED AND Weal It Ft. of Lola I.S.....S and
Small guests present were: Janet hold a covered dish supper In the { DIRECTED to ba and a|>pear to the ylaln. Most IS Ft. of tots St. .|..I..I..
West Sandra Sunday school rooms Tuesday 10Q1OPQACTLC tiff. Rill of Complaint an the Rule DarIn Pinch I!. Highland 1'.... Plat Book S.
Margaret Delllnger evening -
July. A. D. IMS. ...-.11. July d. IMI.In Pare "IS In the City of Miami Count
Weiss, Gladys 'Ann Harris, Janice when members of the Belle roublesTry the offk of Clark ot the circuit Court of D..... Stale of Florida.'
Bennett Circle which .. aai for Dado eo..... Florida otfcar.wlaa The aMee ment aaald proparty under
Howard Johnson Mary Lou and won In an
n aWraa Pro aanfatM will aa anurrdavalnvt the said Certificate issued waa In USe man
Bubby Musselwhlte Sherry Lou efficiency contest will be honored. rou. of Unknown.
IT II FURTHER ORDERED that this Vnkea sari Certlflrata ekall .W ndai'mei'
and Dexter Lee Horn, Donna Ray The supper will start at 7:30 order of aualloiUM ba published ones eweek Recording to 10... laa dead will her,
o'clock. for four aaiwatutlx/ works In tkaHomaataad kereaaj on the let dar W July, A. O,
Campbell Carl Darelng, John -..... ............ n nawvpanar
Logan, David Lester Bird, John i iI published ,In Dada C_.... Florida. "lILtrd. tile S4th day of May A n 1P4S.KB. .
Denby and Janet Cooper. A. II" 1142L at Momriend... Clerk. of Clmrtt, Court
Others present were: Mr*. How- 10% OF INCOMEIS I I II IL B. LEATHERMAN.Clerk Dado Cmmlr, FlorMnBy
of Circuit Court L. K. PANKCR D. Q.
ard Johnson, Mrs. Preston B. Bird, TRIED ALL ELSE for Pada Crantr FloridaCMie Clnuk ..
Mr*, A. M. Logan, Mrs. A. E. OUR QUOTAIN I .. n... *ffiJmt a. It. IS IH. IS41)
1 I Does your search for relief from I II BWMItIllTLKTDaiuty >
Campbell, Mn. S. U West, Mrs. Clark..
Q. A. West Mrs. Allen West Mrs. r I Digestive Trouble seem endless, IRA C. HAYCOCK. For results use Leader.
WAR BONDS fruitless? Decide to come and I 1408 Connma Vida.|
lve)'. Mrs. Collier and Catherine Miami FlarMa, Enterprise Classified Ads
I do. Realize why so many others Attorney for Plaintiff ,
Shackleford. i discover Chiropractic's benefits I! iJuna .. IS. I*.
i before you suffer another day.Learn .t
what an Adjustment willpraise

GROVE I.A.4D8-TRt'CK LA.NDS-CITT LOTS-HOMES Chiropractic so earnestly. .
1 Decide! Com In, today.HOURS EDWARD STILING i
Hi rrlee Were Never So Low-Plenty of Good Values
I >:st to li: i t* I REALTOR t

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1m!1111111I111I11I11111I11I1"IlllIilllmll l!tin the drug buaineu. Mr. Linde-I i, and daughter Louise, are visiting I left Wednesday afternoon In their j Pontiac Operates A. A.
man ha* a wile and young Mrs. E. D. Taylor, Mr. Taylor's car for Albany Ga.,where they will
| son. . ," ], mother. They arrived from Poland spend the summer visiting friend Gun-Training School'With
20 Years Ago I -"Mr*. W. T. McDonnell and Sunday after having been away and'relative*."
son arrived this week from Georgia from home for eight year*. . ." Glenn Summer left for Pel- deliveries of its intl-alr-
to Join[ Mr. )McConnell who I* i I .. ,, ham, Ga. where he will spend I craft cannon for the navy seven
Tin IMwt.t ..... M MM *w month ahead of scedule, Pontlao
h... employed by the W. D. Home I,Mar ts mt several week . ."
In* Ilk* or Ik. Bir 4MtriM
Motor Division now 1
a.-:.,ew "... MM. II ItlS. Co. -"The commencement exercisesof -"Mr.' and Mr*. J. B. Mos are i operatingan
M SOT!* riirtte Bm -"Miss Aveylee Howard and the high school will be held on rejoicing[ over the arrival of a anti-aircraft gun training
''Harold Graves were married In Thursday, June 8th in the audi I baby girl weighing 7% pounds. school to furnish Instructors and
.nMay St Augustine on the first of May. torium. . Mill Vivian Free will The baby was bom Monday and observers for navy training centers
: according to D. U. Bathrick '
They will make Homestead their give the salutatory and Miss Nina will be named Mary Kathleen. . ."
11. m future home." Drew the valedictory. . ." | _"W. D. Home I la leaving tor [general the Pontiac salesmanager school.and directorof

-"The graduating exercise of .1 I'MQ -"Mr. and Mr*. Ben Blauera a business trip to Pelham, Ga. "Graduates of the four-week
IS, im
the eighth grade were much enjoyed left Wednesday for Chicago, where l -"On Saturday afternoon May course which I Ia being held In -
1 -"Mis* Alma Grubb became they will spend the summer." '27 '1022, at the one
and well attended. . Professor residence of Lawton of the Pontiac armament plant
Bennett had charge of the the bride of Theodore Orfanedeson -"K. S. Sinsel and wife left for B. C. Moffat In Redland, Ida I Ij will be sent to the anti-arlcraft
I Monday evening at the White their home in West Virginia the
program and presented the certificates. L. Wilcox became the bride of training centers maintained by the
Temle in Miami. The wedding early part of the week. . ." 'j
. . Gteula Dendy gave, Arthur J. Smith. . The witnesses navy on both coasts to serve
the salutatory which wa followed: was attended by Miss Grubbs parents ="Mis Stella Hook 1* making were W. C. Smith, father instructor and observer on a*
by a piano solo by Mary Elisabeth I I and 1\111' Ruby Lee Came, arrangement to leave for Gainesville of the groom and his brother E. C. maintenance[ and function operation
who acted a* bridesmaid and In about two week, where
Krome. The class SmIth. Other who "
history wa I. were present of this weapon, Bathrlck 1< given by Fannie Morgan and the!:Harry Fernidis who was best man. she will attend a normal school' I|were: Mn. Catherine D. Barr, Mrs. Complicated In manufacture but
prophecy by OrIn Smith. Alice I 1 1FerreU The couple] left Tuesday for Euitli, taking" a teacher' training' t C. Smith and Mn. C A. Flier, simple and deadly in operation,
delivered the win and!I where they will make their future coune. Matter Robert Filer and Miss the expert malnteance of this gun
Willie Chandler the valedictory. home. Mr. Orfanede own a -The shade tree campaign has Gladys Filer of Miami. . Mr*. 'Is of prime importance and a responsibility
Cyrus Jordan gave a violin solo packing house In Ocala." become a most business like prop- Smith arrived the night before the which rightly belongs
and Wesley Matthew with Cyrus I -"Mia' Lorena L. Hosack and I osition. Four committees ap- marriage from her home in Cleve. to Pontiac as the first quantity
Jordan. , Harry L. Geiger were married at j peared before council on Wednesday I
gave a violin duet. : land. . The Smith will live in producer of the weapon in the
Helen Brooker and Richard Fuchi noon Monday by Rev. W O. Garrett evening: The American Legion HIaleah. /' United States."Production.
pastor of the First Prssby-I headed by Frank Rue; the
each played I
a pleasant piano I -"A beautiful held | of the automatic
party at
olo. . ." terl Church.. The young couple the Parent Teacher committee, wa
I the home of A. C. anti-aircraft cannon for the navy
"Eighth grade graduating have gone on a wedding trip to the headed by Mr*. Jordan; the Citi- Monday which in
ex. January won Pontlac thenavy
night In honor
of Miss Isabel
erases of Redland brld,'* former home in Grove City, zen' committee;, represented by
Farm Life "E"
I now exceed by 12 time
Craw's nineteenth . .
School held Pa., and 'will on their return'in H. A. Cameron and most Importantof birthday.
were Friday eveningIn the rate of production specified
the the fall make their home near all the Woman' Club, represented (Florida[ lty"Charlel ) '
. Principal[ hi the contract It is but one of
I. T. Pearson had charge of the I New Smyrna, where Mr. Geiger I fa by Mrs. George Ranson, Clinton left Tuesdayfor six major war activities under
program. . County Superintendent an extensive[ potato grower." Mn. W. J. Krome and, othen. ." a short vacation In Key West, which Pontiac Is producing or is t
Fisher spoke to the students -"Mr*. James J. Carr, who "Little Louie Long Fitzpatrick and probably a short stay in Cuba about to produce weapons for !
spent the winter with her sister celebrated her fifth birthday this before his return to Florida use
j City.
and delivered the certificates. . on land, on the sea and in the air." I
Members of the class were: Ruth Mr*. E. A. Froscher, left from week by inviting a few of her (Florida[ City) II I
Core Annellie Peterson, Mildred I'West Palm Beach Monday morning grown up friend and a few of her -="A linen and lingerie ihower I r II
Hill, Mason Roberta, Alberta Me- for her home in Alameda, little friends to her home. ." wu tendered Mill Lillian Robertson ?J I
Cullough, Leona Hart Ralph Sne1l, Calif. She wu accompanied by (Redland) on Tuesday by Florence ; APPLY FOB YOn ,
Lee Jenkins, J. L. Peterson, Clyde' brother, Robert Mills, Jr. Rob- -"R. L. Mills, who has been Getman, Jacqueline Edwards and !
Cowman, Eula Campbell Alma'I ert has been a student In Homestead visiting[ Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Isabel Becker hostesses. . ." (Florida j i 19-12 Driver's License '

Dukes, Margaret Rosseau, Anondli, High School since coming to Froscher, has returned to his homeIn City) AT
Simons, Elizabeth Hart and Olivia ; visit the Froschers." Porto Rico. Mr. Mills Is Mrs, -"A. miscellaneous shower ,
"Mrs. E. A. Carter hat been Froscher'i brother." (Redland) was
Wright"; I,: given In the Sunday school room Just of Peace Off ice
-"Ml** Stella May Turner arrived called to Lawrence, Kansas, on account > 1 I. s p.Ev"Principal : "
on Saturday May 27 Mn.Cha .
[ Sunday of the Illness of her mother. June 1, mt by Odd Fellows Building
from Baltimore
I *. Becker and Mr*. S. S. Shieldsin
Mrs. I
Md. She will visit her I Friday.Carter" and her ion, Tom, left and Mr*. I. T. I honor of Miss Lillian Robertson, ; HOMESTEAD - FLA"openfromIa.as.IIV.m
parent, Mr. and Mrs. George Pearson of Redland Farm Life I
who will be '
married June 2
on i
Turner in Redland for an Indefinite -TC. Tf. Harper 1* going to School announce the arrival of a "
Claude High of Miami[ . 'I
Indian Springs Ga. for j
time. I! a vacation. baby boy on Monday of this week."
"Clarence E. Turner, who I Mr. Harper Is local agent of the -"Mrs. E. D. Taylor, her daughter Florida ,
I spent the winter with his[ parents, East Coast Railroad." Inez, and Mr. and Mrs. O. D. -
, Mr. and Mr George Turner, will -"Mr. and Mr*. Howard Lamb Taylor[ and their daughter, Louise[ I I -- I
leave for his home In Baltimore left Thursday for WlthevUle, Va., ,, ) L /\.
Thursday" where they will spend the summer w

-/'Mr. and Mrs. William B. I with Mr*. Lamb' parent They DR. 31. A. BERGER TURNERS FUNERAL
Strickland who were married in will return In September.."
Klsslmmee on Monday have -"Mr*. Harold Grave wa giv.
moved Into their newly furnished I en a miscellaneous shower at the DentistFirst HOMEfg2UIour
borne in Homestead. home of Mr. and" Mr*. ErIc Stirrupon y

-"The Misses Fern and Ruth Thursday.
National Bonk
Matthews who have been spending -!' -"W. K. Walton was In Nassau Ambulance Service
the winter at the home of1 I ten day ago arranging for the Building

I. R. Matthews, their uncle, left planting of a large grove whicha LADY ATTENDANT

for their home in Steele, N. D., on I New York capitalist" expect to Office Hours 8:30-4:30 Phone 270 Homestead FlalDON'T :
. Friday. . Miss Ruth Matthews set out soon. . ,
l' hot been teaching school during! -"Mr. and Mr*. O. D. Taylor Open Erenlnu by potntswnt
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her stay hen""George '',

Phelps and Charles
Erpenbach will leave Saturday for''

the north. They win spend the'
early days of their camp trip visiting -
r the west coast and then go
( to Wyoming.0 I

-"Mrs. Mary Castle, Mrs. O. C
Role and Miss Mary Hole left I
Sunday for their home In niiools.
Mr. Hole will remain with Dr. :
s e
Teller at Silver Palm until his .

family returns in the fall" (Forl.da ] .

-1'h. Homestead Pharmacy .

which has been owned and operated THE WEATHER IS DRY '
by Dr. J.B Tower since Its ,'_ .

opening, WM told this week to

who Frank hal H. had Undeman 15 year of Paxton experience/, m,I I I DON'T WAIT TO IRRIGATE; OR .



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