Title: The leader-enterprise
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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: June 26, 1942
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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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: VID00548
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
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NoL !No.25: Homestead, Florida Friday, June 26. 1942 Price_5 Cents





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0NLY20YEAR' I'Florida' Persian Lime Juice Cheaper 'I COMPLETION PROJECT


I By Cent an Ounce Than That of Lemon ;

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OLDS SUBJECT ,I Gainesville June 25-An ounce'-which they tan be used in drinks, THE WEATHEROfficial Capt Henry S. Breaks, U S.

l of Florida Persian lime Juice It' ices, salads, sauces, pies, and with weather report of the l army engineer corps, hal entabliahed -

;r from slx-ttijths of a cent to a cent I II mats and fish Florida Persian Subtropical Experiment Station, : headquarters here in the
limes come in very handy la Homestead, Florida ||First National Bank building, as
r ; cheaper than an 'ounce of lemon .. '
TOARMYCALL'fceglitratloa
I stretching sugar.ratlons. Florida Dole IMiilHIn Bar. ( area engineer In charge of con'structlon -
June U 't1 juice E r. DeBusk, eltrlnilturlit Experiment Station dairy technol. I' of the army air base at
June 19. .._.,_' U I 67 :3001'': 050
with the state agrlcultual ogists who announced a' formula the county airport near Home-
I. I nten-I June 20._.__.. M I 71 I I,
\ fion service, found at a of for making Invert sugar syrup stead,
I June 11___, M :171 05
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of all men, 18, II test conducted at the Gainesville I i with sugar and tartaric acid sew 1 j['June 22US 70'30: ,03: 0.11 I The arrival'of Capt. Brooks In

ud SO years of am will take placer I'Experlm.nt'Station. eral week ago have found that I MUM 23...,.._ ...1' 90 73 ;,29.991June I Homestead was preceded by reports
r lime juice can be used that the Homestead air basewas
dy. la the Redlaad District Mr. DtBuck hat nw tests en I the tartaric acid la making dU:1[ 24. ,|.fl 73 ,30.001) scheduled to become one of

Wt*,WBlto sad colored men will ,rierlda'a Persian line and' western syniD The> new formula they announced the largest and most Importantarmy

be ""Itertf'.e! the Homestead i' lemons and has found that, this week: ;SECOND SIGNUPFbR.GAS I aviation Installations In the

High School office, the Redland I'I like Florida oranges when compared Mix two cup of cane or beet country. Interviewed Wednesday,
Farm Life School office, and the sugar, two-thirds of a cup of the army engineer was pleasantbut
'I with ether oranges, the water, and one tablespoonful of I RATION : reticent He explained that
Perm* elementary school The limes
.: I, contain more juice than strained, lime JUice. Boil gently M figures tgrdln.tile extent of a
-CouWs school baa MIA
r. olore4 lemons town la arid lectjon cf
I In a covered container for 50 mm- AGMDELAYED the development tould be fives
designated a* a registration the
place country.
utes. Allow to toOL Replace
for negro only. I Besides the many way In water lost by evaporation by adding I out.Contract for construction of
B. M Hindman principal of the
Homestead schools, said yesterdaythat enough water to make 14 Postponement of registration for buildings and roads and laying of
cup of syrup. Two-thirds of a I!sewerage and water lines Is held
he would like for all teacher SCRAP RUBBER I 1 permanent gasoline rationing to
cup of this syrup Is equivalent |I by Bail, Horton and Associate of
and others who will volunteer to:I July 9, 10 and 11 was announced
one cup of sugar. I.I I Jacksonville and Fort Mytn C
I
assist in the registration FROM I DISTRICT Acreage and popularity of Fiori.d. early this week In news dispatches i E. Tunstall, who arrived here lustFriday
to meet with him at the
High School at 2 m. "I'LIeada"'j. .'* lime have been increasing'I from Washington The registration I and U staying at the HotelHedland
p. steadily during the 10 I Is resident engineer for
past
Instructions as to their ... NEARLY60TONS years was originally announced for
1 and this with trees the contractors.
The M- and 19-year-old registrants , year many I,I July 1, 2 and 3.
bearing good crops for the first I I Surveying crews are at work at
will not be called for military I The new rationing cards will
time, the production will surpass I the site of the buildings and also
duty before they have reached The Redland District's rubber go
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that of I not Into use until July ,
other The lime
any year. i on the route of the railroad spur
their 20th birthday. The 20-year- scrap pile will be well over 60 tons whereas they were previously;
]law, the
olds will be subject to Induction jby I the end of the week, collections maturity passed by state ([scheduled to become effective!that will be constructed from the
into the army but It has been'!', of service stations through (Continued on Page Eight) July r. E, C railroad to the air bII...
announced that they will not be e15pllbIiC Mr. Tunstall said that construction *
I yesterday Indicated The total I : school houses (in '
called until all the class A men','recorded salvage] was approximately Policeman' Shot Fail {Homestead the gymnasium) will,''working would be rushed with men
of
in shifts 24 hours the
available] from previous draft 115,000 pounds, ..canvass ,#gain be used as registration
To
Halt Fleeing Negro '
have been called. I of the service stations and oil company ,places, and teacher have been :day.While
Lottery will not.be resorted to o agents revealed. I I called on to volunteer their services figures are withheld front
In the drafting of those who register Last week total coltocjions A shot fired over the had of an as clerks. Teacher* and I publication at request of mllijtary -
next Tuesday, It was announced .I{amounted to 50,000 pounds for the escaping negro prisoner by Police. :{I other citizens willing to volunteer I'I authorities it can be conservatively -
Local boards will are IjMrlod\ from Monday through man Ben, King shortly after midnight Jn registering applicants for gas stated from previous
rang registration card accordingto I'Thursday. Monday gave rise to a rum ration cards In Homestead are,1 knowledge that the air base at
respective birthdays so that the The filling station reporting the or that there had been a. "shoot-,leaked to meat with Principal B. Homestead will Involve the enpendtiure -
cards of registrants born on Jan. greatest amount of scrap: rubber Ing" In the vicinity of the r. E.: C. M. Hindman In the high school' of several million dollar
1, 1921, will be on the fop and since the I' *.
bought ) nation-wide station or a nearby hotel. building at 2 p: m. Monday to re.
those of registrant born on June drive started Junk II is the Davis The prisoner was being marched eel f. instructions. In well Informed-tlrcles it was
80 1924 will be at the bottom.. Sinclair Station which has purchased through the fire station to a jail To tide automobile owners over Homestead would
'Whah there are cards for two or 20,777 pounds. In second cell after his arrest a* the resultof the week of postponement the) Office '1:1'b':: :: to play host to men

14 more registrant bam on the lame place I* the Goulds Supply Station a cutting affray. He darted of Price Administration has In khaki and this time to greatly
date the cards will be arrangedin with scrip rubber purchases to- through the back door of the Jail (Continued Page Eight : increased number of them
: alphabetical] order. (Continued on Page Eight! ) and ran in the direction of Mowry -- -- _._ - _

I: Proceeds street Policeman and King Flagler following avenue A*with thee Truck Orders Not to Restrict Fruit
of July 4th Dance to I
Buy negro made headway King fired
I And ODT
:I Equipment for Local Surgical Station only over; his to make bead but the fugitive effect was run 1 Vegetable Shipments- w Says

faster. I The Office of Defense Trans. I,the ODT now ha the complete
Prtxted of the Independence'.now pending the election] of snlt- A* far a* U known at the' police, portation U not going to tau any I understanding of the requirement
J Day dance to be given by the abel permanent quarters. Tentative station he I* still running orders that will curtail production 1 of the fresh fruit and vegetable
Junior Woman' dub ef Home designation of the Chamber nd distribution of fresh fruit and I Industry In all Its ramification

stead In' the Chamber of Com. II of Commerce building as headquarters Scouts End Paper Drive :vegetables, according to a letter I and I am authorized to tell the
- merce building July 4 will be used of the surgical station has received by Carl Piowaty, manager ,Industry that ODT is not going to
With Sale of Pounds
to buy equipment for the emergency I been made. Although the auxiliary 4,700 of Florida Lime and Avocado issue any orders that will curtail
surgical station which win medical toyf has been holding Growers, from W, Garfitt of Chicago 'production and distribution of
.be operated tier by the Homestead [its surgical station drill In the An Homestead Boy Scout who executive vice-president of fresh fruit and vegetables. Un-
Auxiliary Medical Corps In Homestead school gymnasium this have paid their registration fees the United Fruit and Vegetable 1 avoidable restrictions may be Imposed -

,the event of air raids, hurricane building was eliminated M pros are requested by Scoutmaster Art .Association.Mr. I that will cause some inconvenience
or other disasters. pective permanent qsurtor because McKee to attend a meeting of the Piowaty saw Mr, CsrtiU to I but that will be workableand
The dance had been scheduled of blackout difficulties that troop which will be held at 7:SO Washington a week ago and asked will not hamper distribution.*
for months but the Junior club would be encountered p. m Monday at the Homestead to be notified by letter of the An appeal for modification of .
atCldl..'OOIIUIIIttaa voted Tuesday -I "Only through donations can swimming pool* ioutcome of conference being held the ODT truck order sent early
night at a meeting held at the Romestesd'l emergency surgical The paper salvage drive) sponsored between' representative of grower bit week by the lUdland District
borne of the president, Mrs Augustus station be equipped to"mwt the" by the scouts I* over, Mr. *' and abippK'e' organization Chamber of Commerce a* a resultof
Wynn. to stag the dance I needs of the people after a bomb McKee said, and the troop has and official eat ODT. In his letter action taken by a mall meeting
M a bsnefit for the surgical a....1 trig or hurricane,' said Mrs sold 4,700 pounds of waste paper. Mr Carfut sold of grower and shipper, was c-
tIon. 'I Wynn in announcing the benefit Consequently there will be nomore "I am authorized by the highest t knowledged by H. E. McDaniel.f ,
No concerted drive to equip the dance. "The Junior Woman's Club tacking paper at troop authority to the Office of Defense j florid ODT director with head'
_ ;station baa been attempted before t (Continued on Page Eight) meetings the future, be said. Transportation to announce that. (Continued on Page Eight)

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I When War Ends, U. S. Must Be Active * * . *** New,24-Hour Clock System to Be Put jH

: f In Policing World, Says Robillard I Our Into Use July 1 by U. S. Army andNavjB


The United State must cease "We- are furnishing moat of the Men in Service t MacDiU Field, Tamp. Florida Greenwich dull time reading*"*!!
Its Isolationist policies AI 111s'tlis'tySeven 24-hour clock system the new official fixed at the end of the time
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to do, and now we are fur- i
* * *
and take active in
an put policingthe time system for the armyin For
Dishing expeditionary force In all reading example, It
world after this war la over J. quarter of the globe," he concluded in Group Leaving all official messages, dispatch, Indicate 2:23 a. !Do on tb' ;I9tlt
Harvey Roblllard Miami Beach "While we can not all be order and report, beginning July day of the current month, Gn
For Military Service 1, at 4 a. m. Greenwich civil time .
attorney, told the Redland District on the front line, we can all a. wlch civil time.NEGRO
Lion Club Tuesday night slat in the production of materials (12,00 midnight E. W T.. June 30)
"While maintaining large Seven men from the Redland wa announced today at MacDlll
a and BOY
r in financing the war to its DROWNED]
armed force will be expensive, it successful conclusion. We should District left Tuesday morning for Field I
win not be nearly a* costly a* co-operate with the administration -I'I Camp Standing where they will Under the 24-hour clock system, A nine-year-old negro boy,I can
be inducted into the United States I Brown, was drowned Wednesday!
t war, said Robillard. "We should and reserve our criticism of time 1* expressed in a group of
I' profit by our experience after the restricting regulations We can army If they pas their final physical ! four digit, running from 0000 to afternoon Ina rock pit at Blaekf'
I lilt war and be sun we make a also be on the alert for subversive examinations I 2400, representing the. 24 hour Point where he and companion|
f real peace and not just an armistice Influence around ua and In the group were: David Frederick from midnight to midnight Thefirst were swimming. "
for a few yean Military help to keep up civilian morale" *, Richard Wallace, Ted Old.I two figure,of the four-digit
clique In conquered nation must Officer for the coming year endorf, Howard Lamb Jr., and serial Indicate the hour after midnight : Evidence ;
not be allowed to gain control will be installed with appropriate Paul Jenness of Homestead; Joseph and the remaining two figure Victim: "What dd! you uy till;]
\ .gain.* I ceremonies under the direction of 1 Hickson, Jr, of Naranja; am Indicate the minute past the I meat walWllter ?" \
Robillard stated that the American Harley R. Core at the ladles' Harris Walker of Perrine hour : Spring lamb." a
!
T; people through the right and night meeting next week. Where the hour can be expressed I Victim: '1 believe you Ivebeal
C privilege of the ballot can have a Visitor from the Miami Beach Homestead Leads Small by a single digit! it' will I chewing on one of the spring tar]
f great deal of Influence on the, Lion Club Included the president Cities in EnlistmentsOrlando ,be preceded by zero for example an hour!"-Link-Belt New. i '

i I peace term and he give a* his belief elect, Fred Befallen; the new deputy ' ;0625 for 6:29 a.m. Twelve noon Is Nonce 1'0 5TOCKHOLDEasNotl.e "
that the United State will be district governor A. C. Zim- June 25-The U. S. expressed 1200 and 2 p. m. Ja 1400 II herby riven that themeeting
the dominating force when the merman; the secretary, Dr. Paul Marine Corp since establishing I The date may be expressed In NurMriM at the Co.itotkholdm. will Iw "d W *ayeRear t tile ,e.
time come Robertson; and Romania TerrelL I' nee of tM ComMM .t
$ state headquarter in Orlando on combination with the hour In one Monday, Julr .. U't.HV-u.d.a
December 10, 1941, has enlisted of two way For the current month I". n, for Uu suroe.ef
well over 1300 men and of 'this the day. may be indicated by-pr of bael Oroeton_ ea men mm*some. ta ..u..<,*..lnt.. ,the uck-.loti odwl
J' number only 160 were born out- eding the four-figure time group I w5.-H.irr. E. areIst.sm ;
,, .
l
24. 19491.
I "
Ot-ltaW. with a twofigure date group a* ,
Greater Miami lead all large 080600-4he eighth ,day of the I.
cities the state with over 200 month time 0:00 a. m. The time,j
enlistments, followed by Jacksonville day, month and year may be expressed I Appetising t' .,
: l l't with 138 Tampa 94, Orlando as 2230 June 15, 1942, the : \
01FrA 79, St Petersburg 01 and Palm time, in this case being 10:30 p m SANDWICHES
Beach with 42.Enlistments. Greenwich civil time will be'' DRINKS ,
jtMDENt 17 In the smaller cities used In the heading and text of all "
f Is being lead by Homestead with message and orders from the war I SHORT ORDERS

I, I IS men In the corps, ,followed department and in all message at
,
closely by Lake Worth. Arcadia. and report to the department,
t Ways to Feed Garden After the, plant food hat been Brooksvllle and Plant citi.-- no communication with the navy and
broadcast on, a small garden, and: The ten DICK'S BARBECUE
t The method of largest cities in the state with the armed force of associated -
applying plant
raked in, or applied In trips in a have enlisted some 650 men in the nations II
food for vegetable depends largely larger garden, raked In and leveled -:I corps .However the smaller cities U. & 1 at 8th Street ,
on the size of the garden. If you are then ready to make top this with 875 enllstmtnta,. One Greenwich time will also be I Homestead Florida
\ the garden 1* small, uy 10 to 20 the furrow foils seed The II I hundred fifty-five Florida cities used between headquarter not I
feet ; having a common local time All
square, and the rows are type furrow make
you depend have sons In the fighting marines
\ i Close together the plant food can II on the iyjfft seed 'o,1're, planting I I In all branches of enlistment
be broadcast. After planting, the seeds regulars, reserves, limited reserves
The easiest way to apply plant should be watered. It ll always (Class.IV men), specialists How the New Order
I '
food to newly spaded soil in'al good practice, especially} since an Florida youth and ex-service\ ,
larger garden, where' Vow* are application of complete plant food men have fully backed this, na '''
t' farther apart I* to place the plant ha been made just before plant I,tion's oldest\ and best fighting Inslalfalions1 t i'
food In a strip where each row ing., I:service Florida' district rank Limiting Telephone t
1* to be seeded This, of course top In the southern division as it
would be before the furrow or.drlll Victim I has never failed to fill Its quota. '
'" are made for the seed A youngiOUpn.j of our acquaintance -I I Marjor A. M. Robbins officer to
I
When your garden is all spaded taking'first-aid training hat charge lay, "Florida i* really May Affect louT
and rUed smooth and you ire reached the resuscitation stage I marine state"Donald

ready to plant start where you One evening recently, returning J. Hannan
want to make the first row. Take from a Red Cross meeting. she observed I was among
a the 25 men sent to Jacksonville on o turn out more and more weapons for our
pint of complete plant food in man on a darkened side June 21 for final examination and
a shaker like large kitchen saltshaker street, sprawled face downward. enlistment in the fighting men, our Government hat called upon
and Matter It In a trip .'Aha," thought the matron, navy. the telephone industry and the telephoneusingpublic
about 6 Inches wide for 25 feet of I r minister hat lent me'hither to Brynolf E. Vlhlen of Naranja recently to limit new telephone installations to an
the row. This will be at the rate of to this poor unfortunate' enlisted In the navy and
extent that will divert annually thousands of
a quart or 2 pound for SO feet of I I Parking her car nearby aha rushed was tent to Jacksonville for final
row and one-half pint or one-half I over and began giving the treat- examination.what tons of vital metals and rubber to war produc-
pound for 12'4! feet of row (4 ment for resuscitation I tion. ,

pound per 100 square feet) Presently the man stirred, you're'Up to, but I wish 'Qu'd. Ifyou are a new applicant for service or a
Now take a hoe or ont of the looked up and spoke with great quit tickling me. I'm holding aj
various type of cultivating tool difficulty: j I:lantern for a guy workin' down in business or residential subscriber, the limitations
and work In the plant food in such "Lady" h, laid, "I don.t know I this manhole.-Qu,, of the War Production Board 'order may
Ii way that It Is well mixed<< with affect you, depending upon how much equip
j the top 7 or 3 Inches of toll When .
ment is now available' to the future requirements -, ,
serve
this 1 I
job done well It wW be '
.. difficult to see even a trace of the LOn Aai1a1l V. S. HELP FOR YOUI j of essential individuals or agencies

plant food particle In the lOlL T I "Jaz iT America going back to' in your community.

Leave as you this finish strip working level. and the smooth plant :;::::::: work Repairing, Altering. Specifically, this is how the order may affect
food. Modernizing America neglected you:
building! Through
the F. H. A., the government NON-SUBSCRIBERS, business or residential
make it possible for YOU to may not be able to obtain telephones in -
borrow needed funds for some instances.
EXPERT needed building Repair, etc
I We'll be glad to help you to BUSINESS CUSTOMERS, particularly
arrange a loan, and to supply those with private branch exchanges other

BARBERING needed material large service installations who move to new lo-

-. cations or who wish other changes, may not .be
Halrent _..__ ,._. .. 5e BRO KER LUMBER CO. INC. able to obtain the desired arrangements.eri
Share ___ ____ ._-.:..... (5* ,
RESIDENTIAL SUBSCRIBERS who 4
!t Shampoo (plaice' )_'_--. 50 Lumber Hardware Sash, Door. Tools
Shampoo (Medicated).,_ ISt PHONE .S HOMESTEAD FLORIDA move may not be able to obtain telephones

Singe ____ tit may be asked to accept a different class of

Facial r.-_______ ale service. .
Facial Pack .. ___ tIe I We shall obsene the order to the letter, :f'

Combination Fatal7Se ; GROVE LANDS-TRUCK LANDS-COT LOTS-HOMES. confident of the public's' full cooperation. We '
Tomb Me look forw.ardothe: day when we'shall again ,
Mustache TrimBTUSIVA?_...;......:; I
f -- fr: k. CAMERONREAL, want, whey tantl where you ".antt'1 Out now,* 1\1:
and for the duration," the lone big task of win''f

I ESTATE ning the war comes first,, j with us, as with :j.[

BarberShop HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA you.. 1r

O*,. City Ball Opposite'Odd renew1 Building I
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE CO.. "
a I Tel Ne. 11 Established Mil l' INCOtroATBft: AND TELEGRAPH




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ROY CIIANDLER IS New In pastor"RtlS fous Is listed Leaders"The !BOARD TELLS OF I University Offers Correspondence I


INAUGURATED AS'j Rev. O, Sewell'Palmer new I I I DEADLINE I Courses for Industrial or War Work_ '


pastor of Homestead Methodist ; GainesAllle. June 15-"Florida trained people. this opportunity

ROTE PRESIDENT Church, and Mrs. Palmer took up .SUGAR-RATIONS people regardless of residence, become Important because xi
their residence in the Homestead many people can not attend rime'-.
prepare thewetlves for
parsonage. Saturday They came : can now given by the college. and federal
July 5 la the deadline for applications j war-time government and industrial "' "
I?" Chandler was installed os from St. Petersburg, where Mr I agencies, Riley declared \ct
president of the Homestead Ro- Palmer was pastor of Euclid i from housewives for horn'canning I lobs by studying at home correspondence they arc anx ous prepare themselves -
the local rationing
tan Club "t a Rotary Ann night Church. sugar : study course offend to be "f service'
I meeting ,Legion Hall Wednesday i I Mr. Primers name is among I hoard announced yesterday That j I ibv the state" according to B C, I Alt cnrrctpondencc courses
also the deadline for
Ceo \\iketlcld. the retiring, : those listed In 'Religious Leaders I date Is commercial HUns user 'Riley deep of the General Extension have been grand to wnt-tln!
with of Arnorle,," Beside three lof appllcatlont-by Division of the Cnivetsity of '
. president teas presented a for their July and August quotasof | neHu: Riley sold and especially
. past Inai'\'nt's pm by Past President degrees---an A. B. from Florida will not be I Florida. hsos >' vninllmtnt" *lread.u. _
Clai! c ,I.(' Pa i man, ;on behalf Southern Collrdaki Lakeland anA sugar Registration of j "With the nation demanding dlcnted In tin' lllowlnR II' id-
the
until latter
,reopened part
M from Emory University and
of the ( lub : I'j ,;aeronautics drawing mavhme do-
Jl1mC'Donn.' pint district governor ''a I' STB. from..>>o.toQ Universityhe I August The rationing! board also Issueda \ pie for even It a person la not .sign applied mechanics >:ntu.cltjr .

of Florida Rotarians was the '' has don graduate work at !: reminder that all retail merchants I patriotic enough to be honest \ surveying. soils fct ttlietrs,
speaker of the evening His subject 'Southern University Dallas and under Its jurisdictionthatIs about the rationing regulation of animal husbandry forestry, tiuck-

was the philosophy of,Rotary, I at the University ot'Chlcago.I . I in the territory from Sliver i| his own accord he will think icv- Ing meteorology physic Industrial .
Miss'lotary Ellen Bearing sang He has served as assistant pastor Palm drive south to Monroe Coun- I eral times before wearing to a chemistry' foreign Uijunsn: ,
accompaniment I. at tile Riverside Park Church: i misstatement that will make him
two solo with piano y-must file with the rationing geography, history, Mathematics,
by Mrs. Julian H. Webster.In ]In Jacksonville, and he founded board here an inventory of eosU-I' )liable to prosecution In a federal psychology, labor economics,

,a word contest, war savings I the Avondale Church in Jackson of-livlng commodities as well as court In which no patience li shorthand, typing and various
Mrs. FrankB. ville. He has served as pastorof shown to violators of the "
stamps were won by I their ceiling prices based on the rationing civil service categories,
Rue, Mrs A. M. Logan Mrs Delray Beach Methodist Church highest prices charged for those program in our wartime emergen! High school courses are given

i. W Ernst and B. M. Hlndman. 'and of Nebraska Avenue Churchin same commodities in March. cy."Any I jto assist those who need them to
Rotarian and Rotary Anne Tampa.Mr. person wishing Information -
Housewives applying for the mH the requirement for government -
present were: Mr. and Mrs Wm.J. Palmer's brother also 1* a allowance should on any subject pertaining to' positions.
canning
Geronimo. Mr. and Mr*. Ceo N.Wakefield member of the Florida conferenceof all sugar rationing books of rationing it Invited, to get..In touch.
listed
bring :
sugar Civil service courses art
the Methodist Church, and his "
Mr. and Mr, Ed..Sut. with...
their family with them together clerk, mall carrier stenegraph.r
postal
log Mr. and Mr*. Lee H. Lehman. sister I* In charge of the program with estimate of the number The office of the rationing board
an ,. draftsman and surveyor.
Mr. materiel In :the International If the
Mr. and Mr- Roy Chandler; to at the business place of
of of fruit they ore going
and Mn..CJ" Parmaa' Mr., and Council of ReligiOuslEducatiott.'MOO quarts clerk ami Inspector, A. It .Mey- General courses are.offered la
j' Mrs. Ben'khd: Mrs.: A. can thls'season.. 'Tine'amount of beta onS.. Krome avenue. Member art,. English, ,fo sign., languages,
: ; [ sugar)' klloted: will be on the baitpt'dda'
M." Logan''Mt: and.Mr, R. M.: I !* oMPk.t.r' Tor *.of the board are' Mr. Carter geography history mathematics
..' Hlndrnan-Nr..Dd Mrs-'Fred Redd ,d iwt.e; funs .25., '" : quirt PG nd"'ot11&II' ever, of Homestead Jake' Brook W and, psychology.

.;' Mr. and MN. J. .R..Brooktf Mr. Moore,,41,.of ftoute.lr four _*:the,applicant Intend rVten-Md Walker Fowler of'Per.riae. I Business, : -. *..also.are ...<.
to can.F
f and"Mr*. E, W.. ErnsX, Mr. and has completed >the- -A"cOni tered.'
of U.e
A.- Carter. .chinnan '
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Mr Geo. M..FrickJUftv.nd Mft a* Jft>b l7 Riddl vf; .. ,.,.
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Woolrationingboard, said yeeter .. ... .
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Andesen Mr. H.SltoffanL I
B.;:IS.. and Mrs C. day that the board would, ver;,,
from John
a diploma
Mr. and Mr*. W. Y.
much the-donation or
appreciate
Bush, Mr: and J4 O. B. Parker president. qualifying
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loan of a filing cabinet Member
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Mr.: and:Mrs. W. E. Rheney Mr. specialist ) the of the board serve without com Repair Work All

and Mrs. Frank' B.: Rue, Mr. and Additional. Sugar Is peneation or expense ..now.nceand on
Mrs Adrian Jacobs, Mrs. Stanley h.ve'no funds with which to .

Wlttkop, Mrs. Julian H. Webster, Allowed for Canning. purchase office equipment yet the I.

Clarence Parman John R. Mathers' many and varied duties which

and Max Losner. Gainesville, June IS-With a have been placed on the board in. CarsKeep
Guests present were: Mr. and view to conserving the nation's voles a great deal of work am. Makes of

Mrs.' J. D. Redd, Mrs Donn, Miss fruit crop, OPA has issued a new require an efficient filing ..y.tem.toW. .
Bearing, Miss Virginia Frick, Miss sugar rationing regulation which wish to take this opportunity .
Vara Rheney and Paul Losner. will horn canners to obtain
permit to thank the citizens of
sugar I IImount In proportion to the !I Homestead and other communities Your Car In Shape

Mrs. L. A..Wise DiesIn',11ephzibah of fruit canned. Previously of the Redland District for their
ly. person could obtain five patience and thoughtfulness In
Georgia I "Conserve Your Car. For Your Country"
a year for horn canning working with us,* said Mr. Cartel. _
Under the new ruling home "With very fens exceptions w
Word'has been received here ef tanner may obtain a total of one have had wonderful co-operatioi left
the death June 18 of Mr*. Minnie pound of sugar for every four md understanding from the pubic We. have a few GOOD cars

Wise In ,Hephzibah, Ga. Mrs.Wise quart of finished canned fruit. since the Inception of the with fair tires. Worth looking at if
who resided here until last
An ,additional one pound a :year board. If you should see anyoni.
year; had been 'Irk ilf' health tine for each person; In the family may, with tire*' or excessive gasolini need transportation.See
the first of the year. She died at be Obtained for making Jam* Jellies cards which in your' opinion the;' you .

the home of her sister Mr .Margaret preserves slid fruit butters are not entitled to please remember .

Usher with her husband, Applicants should present their that we have to accept the us about a new truck.
L. A. Wise at her bedside. Funeral card when statement made In the .
regular sugar ration sworn varlous
services were held' Sunday- in applying for sugar for canning application at face valve Maybe you are eligible. We have a
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Windsor C. i
and must base our actions accord
Mr..Wise: had been with his wifein The Jones, Infant was being Ingly. few on hand, and after they are

Hephzibah since January. Mr. bathed at the customary time whenIn "We doubt, however that yo
resided here for 20 sold-- ? ? ?
and Mrs. Wise I walked Nancy a neighbor'slittle I will com across many such pea

yean girl. Silently she watchedthe
Survivor besides Mr. Wise and operation for,some time. Then I Wrecker Service Day or Night
Mrs. Usher Include three other she surveyed the bedraggled doll ,
Mrs: R. B. Cain of Greeh.
.1.ten.
she carried under her arm, It was I
wood S. c.. Mrs: Cora Kennedyof
minus one arm and part of a leg
Hephzibah and Mrs. Eva DixonOf and seemed the worse,for wear. HOTEL BIRD CHEVROLET COMPANYOldest
Girard. Ga; and a brother.
Finally she said to the mother. I .

"Mrs. Jones, how long have :you
License was fasted' for the 'mar- had your baby?"' PATRICIA I' Chevrolet Dealer ea Eat seat
riage of Ebenezer Sweet and Jane
The child was Informed, and, PHONES II DAY S5I-J NIGHT
Lemon. afaln looking from her doll. to. the 312 S.E. 2nd Ave.
The Inquiring reporter -who got baby; she said:' ,,'" .... .. ", .. "
hold of the copy bed a rhyming aj My, but you've kept it Dice!" MIAMI I

wen M' inquiring-, Instinct, and I r "Ii''' . 'w" ",,,.. ,,,... ,
wrote it ups

"Behold how great extreme. 'do Oreriooklag bay aad river.
I For Home Furnishings
meet, 1 I ForrramwiCAB Complete
In Jan and Eben ler, I Two bleck from Flasks

for Jane's. no longer sour but SERVICE I Street.

And sweet.EbV a lemon squeezer;?*-I! I Qrtet.. eMI, eoorfertable. SeeSmithGraves

F at reaaonaW* carts
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By'selling your cars, scrap ,

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HOMESTEAD LEADERAND ImlllllUIIUlIlIIlIIlIIlIlIIlIUlIilmUUI KNOW YOUR I -, I.

i I NEIGHBOR CURRENT


ENTERPRISEEM :20 Years Ago' * * a * * COMMENT .

AHrm____riwfchnt ..4 tlltarBUUOaiC By AGXtW WELSH

LKACK ARCHER_____ ']I Tlw Mtarim_ w* tatuUn VON"l II * * * * * -4
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u4 Timimter l fm> HIM < Uukur. H..M.a _
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.0.- .... .- I ORA.U. _maker's_... area Mr. WUkiiti ...." I
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..w....... r-"o .. 11_....... I'Ia., am on.a.aa. rx..m.led ...ei.. . I HONDURAS-HOME OF THE TIMBER KING ...., .. Ie .._a .. __ "
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"wtalMt. _
IM amts kM r.wl c-_ I I kk AJ4l ..
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I MttoM M (41 M. L .
aaacairnoM .&TEI They fell the mahogany by .the the potential wealth of Honduras, Ill* ItlMt MlMU, r .
.. D.4t Con". -.. 21,11 I 111111II :iiiiiiiiiiiii u l l flGlil11li! light of the waning moon. ,1* certain to play an increasingly
e.1.1e..1 D'"t eon,,_ 1144w CoL Ole, post physician, atatef
hoard MiiM Ftuf Mil MttUrIflf 'Jane I. IKt ,i The fact that the wood of the Important part in the republic'scommerce ;
+ monk sea Uw [ and prosperity. that plan are being made to
M MFlorUi.
I timber king of the tropic 1* beet
.., .. .rille" -"A
. Mt tt very pretty wedding occurred .
Alone 6. 117*. at the Methodist Church I if the tree 1* felled at night and True mahogany, the familiar|verf the Nautilus hotel

lost when the moon Is in 1U last quarter dark-colored wood of solid furnl- Beach, into the most computeirmy
Friday evening. June 2. whenMlu ;'
Lillian may have come down from an tore and fine vaa/-r Is supplied ( hospital In the !
+' Robertson became the southeastArea
Nurse's Day Out ancient civilization which flourished to the world by a type native toM.xJco
bride of Claude High of Miami. !: j
centuries before Honduras Central Aaxrica, Panama,' a
Cape
.
He falls asleep exactly when The single ring ceremony.. per- became new world thresholdfor 1 Colombia, Venezuela and the Is*I e e ,

It., time to hive his bottle. Then formed by Rev. E. L Getman. The Columbus. lands of the Caribbean. With a The war department ha decided
The moment that the iprout'f been altar was beautifully decorated to discard the dreadnought
S However and growing life of 200 years or more,: type
fed with palm, rose and Easter lilies. whenever mahogany it may reach a height of a hundred of warship. Good idea, when.one''
:And t have tucked him back in Prenuptial music consisted of a wood and moon phase first feet and attain girth that five'I U. S. plane, costing a few thou

bed violin solo by Everett Tracy, accompanied became connected, modern botany men with Joined hand can hardly.sands, "busted up" a Jap battle

Hid eyes grow big it silver dollar by his sister, Evelyn 1 supports as fact what once was encircle. There 1* no such thing ship costing a* many millions.
to be than
thought native
no more .
And how the little demon holler! Tracy, and a cornet solo by Harold as a mahogany grove. True monarch '
It been
lupentltion. has found ,
So loud he hollers and to long, Lon, accompanied by Mr. W. E. that the mahogany tree Is sound of the forest the tree grows! Trifles make a' difference em]

Yo 'd think that I had done him Myen. To the strains of Men est, most free from sap and of In splendid Isolation, rearing Its in so small a thing as a misplaced

1 wrong. delssohn's wedding march, played richest color if cut at night when branches crownhk above aur ,comma. One of the pleas in the

So long ht hollers and to loud by Mill Florence Cetman, the the moon Is on the wane. Recognition rounding growth. THe mahogany i"Book of Common Prayer" ends
maid of honor Miss Magaret Robertson huntsman with, these words: "We beseech
He'd keep a fire department of the ciirioui fact account climbs to some limb that:
entered and proceeded to will ;Thee to hear us, Good Lord."
cowed. In no small measure for the tarns give him view of the forest A
Nor does he close his little trap, I the altar.followed by the groom of Honduran mahogany wherever roof. He mark the mahogany byi I,';darky intoned it, "We beseech

Or even contemplate a nap and belt man, Hugh Roberts, of choIce wood are In demand. And Its yellow-reddish leaves, climbs Thee to hear us .good, Lord." ,

t Until It.. bottle time and then 'I Miami. Then came the bride oath mahogany, though by DO mean down and Toads the cutters e .
He promptly fill asleep again--' e arm of her father who gave predominant In an appraisal Of through the Jungle, hacking a road Last year Dade County school]
Margaret Fishback In Good Home- her away. The bride wa pretty to the tree. cost $8J70,448 and for the new]

keeping.A I in a gown of white taffeta trimmed : I If precious wood did not enter I budget the board pared off t87l1
the 6th. Miss will make her
with prices lace and a white picture i Rapp Into the dreams of Spanish tree 000. J
> home with her sister and will .
a I .
woman should not struggle *0 hat trimmed with lilles-oN sure-hunters precious metals did J
To outtalk her mate the-valley The maid of honor I probably return to the south In And, In comparatively recent yean I ,The world' wealth i* said to bit]
.
y Because statistics clearly how I I wore a pretty gown of lavender the fall" with her father Andrew| Honduras hat been giving sub .1,401,689,000,000 and of this sura'

That If shell only wait organdy and a large white hat. I Rapp. stance to the dreams. Ten yean [,the United State own 43 per cent

Shell outlive him, most emphatically After an informal reception at are leaving Saturday a week for ago the value of the republic's seven times as much a* Great,
the church that followed, the happy an extended visit to attend the gold export wa but $4120. la Britain' six and four-tenth percent

And have -the last word auto- Couple left by auto for their state pharmaceutical meeting to ,1840 the figure stood at $883,975 China comes third with six
l1I.tlc.llr.-W. E. Farbiteln. newly furnished homo In River be held at St Petersburg. . AN' Honduras today is the second largest per cent Others are: France 14,

Miami. ." (Florida City) ter the convention Mr. and Mn. producer of gold Near Tegucl.gelpe I Germany, S< Japan 4.4; Russia)
DIFFICULTIES things that Illd."Miss Lucille Gorman and Crow will '00 the middle part ol capital of the republic, is t 5. India t.2; Spain 3. Italy 16
are
how what :P. D. Reams were married In Miami the state where they will visit the famous Rosario mine of San All others combined, 166. You
men are.-EpkUtus.
on Saturday. They will spend Mr. Crow's mother and relatives Juanclto. In'ether departments should read these figures again;

. ." are old Spanish mines, still they are worth remembering and
the rich
II The summer here and expect to
world It a difficult world '
-"Mr. and Mn. Charles Go.. and mean a lot to
what
deed make a trip In the fail . ." many'Underdeveloped deposits as we must de
In-I man left In their Cadillac this of gold, silver copper antimony when It Is all over.
And the hard -"The: following i
people are to are the namesof week for a vacation trip, visiting mercury lead and iron. .
And the man who play on the the teacher selected by the friends In the Home Brazilian .
northern of
part of.I the timber king, Honduras newspapers are con ,
violinIs I board of trustees :Jfor the next Florida. also produces the plebeian fronted with a possibility of shut*'

a bore to the man with the year for the Homestead High '"Frank Llndemart will leave banana her largest export crop, liar ahop Suspension of thip'

flute.-Walter Learned. School: supervising principal L. Sunday night for his former home, Bananas grow wild in almost evll'Jpart ping facilities has cut off the 1UP.

E. Bennett; science and history Paxton, 111., where he will wind of the country up to an elevation ply of print paper for the 100
Poor little handkerchief, |I C. R. Daniel; mathematics, Miss up his pharmacy business there of 3,000 feet. Cultivation j dailies, large and small. Unless t

Don't you cry- ((Pearl Aycock:Micros, N. C.; Latinand and ship his furniture to Home, of the fruit for export 1* confined change come the best of them tail'

TouTl be a bathing suit I Spanish, Miss Alberta Calvin stead. . ." to the rich, hot land along the|go on for but a few weeks
Bye and bye,-Heavy Stilt I|:Fort Myen Fla; English, Miss -'La Ment Craw of the Homestead north coast Export shipments e a e

I Katherine Muncie, Bremer, lad.; Enterprise left Tuesday from uerto Cortez and other portal When England was wild with

The man who never had to toll I seventh and eighth grades, Mn. night for a trip to California. . run close to thirteen millionbunch. joy over the end of the tint world

'Who never had to win his share C A. Field: sixth trade, Mn. Neva Before returning Mr. Craw will .. a year, with the United I [war, Lord Balfour said, in an address

Of sun and sky\ and light and air 'King Cooper; fifth grade, Mn. J.IE. take a trip to Canada . ," States taking about four-flfthi of r to American: "They do not

i Never became a manly man, Nash of Okeechobee; fourth -"Mr. and Mn. W. R. Crow the total realize that the world is facing a

And lived and died as he began. I,grade, Miss Louise Pedlga TallaIhassee -"The annual meeting of the I Mountainous throughout Hon.I more serious situation theft at anytime

I I, !via.; third grade, Mn. Adt Homestead Growers' Associationwas dura* has been handicapped for during the war. ,Civilization

Good timber! does not grow 1 t,:die Drew; lecond grade, Mn. Lucy held In the Town HaU oni I centuries by lack of land trans Itself is in the balance and if it i*

ease: !Warner Jordan; tint grade Mill Tuesday evening. The portation. Denied for thW reason to be preserved there U one,

The stronger wind the toughertrees Mary L.. Hole Miss Wllmetta officen and directors fOllOWIn'1 normal access to port and markets ,class of people in one place

; i(jCttmenU 1 i of Marianne" Fla. to(erve the *n.urng year! R. the people pioneered In airfreight ;who will eventually be the bob

The farther sky, the greater length I ',,fourth, fifth and sixth grades, Bigger, president; Sam transport, and established I wark of its preservation: they artI

The more the storm, the more the(;!'Florida': City School. Miss Jacqueline stry vice-president; S. A. KIn R'I a pattern that has been followed I the people of your own country
strength! 1]t Edward, tint second and secretary-treasurer. extensively by her neighbors. In towns and farms: they are the *af*

By sun and cold, by rain and I '!'third grades. . .* I' R. R. Bigger, T. L. Graves, J. Honduras it is not uncommon to est sanest most dependable clan.

I ..now*, I'I'I I -"Mr. and Mn. I. t: Mitts left Davis Homer Sullivan, and Sam find the freight plane carrying: to In the world toda,." What a sag

I In tree or man, good timber grow for Tennessee last week, where I McKlnstry. .," market an amazing variety of- [and a philosopher.It .. .
-Anonymous.RimaelfT ,they will visit Mr. Davis' mother ore coffee, fruit and livetock In
,:and relatives." Jane IS, IMS exchange for manufactured com.modltie Is stated that the pelcian if]
1 -"Mr A. E. Frederick died all1 from Other land, 11 the most photographed of all birds J
I -"Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hubbard
"Senator Soaper says he alway* I and their her daughter's home In Daytona'| Honduras li a country ef remarkable and that some congressmen arebecoming' |
stands for the greatest good of the son Edwin HuD bard, i Tuesday 1nOr1II"" Mri. Fred. scenic beauty. Between Jealous and want W
greatest number. t{left Tuesday their car for a vacation : erick la Mn. George Kosel'i slater the various branches of the mountain I study Its technique to see how it

"That may be. He think the trip to Chicago. . and as Mn Kneel, wa a pioneerIn that rise to 10.000 feet are I gets that way. It U a simple mat

greatest number U 1."-Pathflnd- "Miss Elizabeth Siebold, who this section. . .* .. extensive valley and plateau, 'tor: It keeps its mouth shut a itat
w. was employed at the Homestead -The death of Mill Willie fertile and well watered. The most UI they can never hope to attain.f .
Mercantile Co., this winter aMiss red famous la the highly productive .
. Chandler, aged 16, has; saddened -
----- .1 Jessie Siebold who was employed the hearts of her parents, Mr. and plain of Cemayagua, 40 mile long, A weekly picture shows that
at the Homestead Pharmacy Careful planning by a forward Germany's entire I to
Mn. Frank Chandler. . Willie I' area equal
ON THE OFFENSIVE left Sunday night for their Chandler died Tuesday afternoon looking government, which la Ilv.In only one-fourth of the U. 8. forest

I home In Guntersville Ala. . .'" after a brief Ulnea of particular attention to pro b- area alone- 30 million of acre,
typhoid
AMERICA! I "Miss Viola Siebold spent the [ ever and pneumonia. . ." lem of transport peculiarly dlUl. How can they hope to win
Cult In \
so rugged a country. Is e e
week-end with Miss Lois Chambill _
Mr. and Mrs. E. Z. Crowle
and left Tuesday for her I left Sunday for a two week vacation steadily taking advantage of greatnatural The industrial output for April;;]

Wan wee .KatUnf, Ml borne In GuntenvUle Ala. . .** trip to Abbeville, S. C, opportunity for Immense a* comparet with previous ones,!
or ky f
I crops: of cacao, cotton, sugar cane,I.'*teas 176 JItceni.. That' the wa
tittItot Ie e f ism "Gorda Freed Is planning to Carleton, Ga., and other point* coffee, tobacco
fruits
ioN ...., Anwrfu .. bill* *e.Ilse. leave at an early date for Dar.1 ." and other to win the war. "
tropical .
and .
.. north."For IUbtroplcaprodl1cll.. ,
: M* MM Ads with tona, where she will take a Hobbs left Sunday with *
lw '.*tl>HM' MitMS'iHs' 0.5gad ; ." A population now well past the: A St Petersburg concern IIJ
n..toun. his mother, Mn. S. L. Hobbs who *
a.hrlatal I million mark still looks to other making from palmetto root what ,
W.'.. %time .... "' ....... fee, i I -"Dr. J B. Tower and his son, has been visiting here this winter.for icduntries to meet it*. needs In it deems a tot,
perfect
seal./ .... .......... John and two daughters Mary Blakely Ca . ." cotton goods, food tuffs, chem cork. substitute
lntUMwtn tlTeiiLiM ,..* MeMptl and Rose left Tuesday in their "Mn. Lawton a C Moffat,cats, shoe, machinery tools, and ,
..M shy kith car for New York. Dr. Tower will be
operated on far appendicitis 1- Iron and steel product
y.r I... a kill Ithll L1, IntrUm4
ese
( will take -
a In In
course at Miami .
surgery on Thursday. :
N.IMe La lMiU)% .( yes MMy t Father! "I thought you weren't <
.. 0.1 w. tWt vnr, MT <>... New York. "Miss Florence Kill: left Monday to write to Hender
Attack Die Art with yeas claI..... -"Mr, and Mr 4ft' D. Home for Gainesville there he 111attend I :II. '" I going' young

1.41016 and family left Tuesday for Pel- the Gainesville
summer
mini
I runs & : "I didnt until he hail
Y.a MI ..... wlrt a* Imle .. ham, Ga, for a.combined business school"
10 WM M* >ttn.00 written me at least a dozen &1m...* ,
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s'W".rC( 1 and pleasure trip , -". M. Redd and family'W W .CMOs Father: "And why did you finally -
**.ui for .0IIy -"Mis* Mildred Rapp who has leave Tuesday for Alken" & C. writer '
r ..... M* ....gtatesw. been pending the winter In Red-I where they will spend six week STJGi'Sawww"mor) Daughter
.... : "He left a page out of
.sa..al.at gearwI. i land with her left for
(J.$, parents; vacation visiting friend and relaUve 'III' bk last letter and I had to write
her home to Springfield ,Ohio M there. .* and ask what It was aboutEx.d.ro .

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patients In the hospital Clarence Pan American Ferries calved from all over the country f i<
I Brookshlre Is a tonsilectomy patient Trains Cohen Legged Mr. Leggett had eight week of ,\ I
I intense instruction, study and laboratory !
; and Around I work on engines and soreasorles *1 I i
J'lln Mr. and Mn. Augustus Wynn Cohen L Leggett of Goulds recently welding Instruments j
'and son, Brian, spent the weekend completed the specialized propellers, refueling of aircraft '
engine mechanics training courseof
Homestead In Hollywood visiting Mrs. and the civil air regulations, priorto
g I Wynn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Pan American Air Ferries his assuming his regular duties '
W. Smith. in Miami. He Is now a memberof
In the company' maintenance operations -
the maintenance department of
he may be assigned eitherIn
Pan American Air Ferries
reI' Blair Hickson and H. A. Aman, whichis and around Miami or outside
C Mn. Guy I Dinner Key shop of Pan American I Jr, returned to their homes in engaged in ferrying mllilal7alrcr.ft the country, wherever be i* moat
for the allied nations
1\ Miss Mary Airways. He transferred to Naranja from Quitman, Ga. Theywere to needed.
f former Africa, the Middle East and be
Miami High School last summer accompanied home by Miss "The engine and aircraft
: ., Guy, Jr. and her ,when the aircraft school under I, Elizabeth KImbrel of Quitman yond. mechanic training which this .
M .,?., are visiting Mrs. government supervision was added 'who will visit Mr. and Mrs. Aman Selected from applications re- school the tint of its kind ever
4c. Mn. J. B. Tower. and at the time of his graduation in Naranja, I In ,established, provides," accordingto
't" had put In more than a thou- Mrs. J. S. Cave Tommy Whitehead Oliver H. Clayton, supervisor of
,;,
Mr. and Mrs sand hours in air mechanics work. of Miami was a Wednesday;the school, "gives men, such u
FLORIDA: CITY guest of Mr. and Mn. Caves. Mr. Leggett specialized trainingso
d son Billy, plan to I
y for Sweetwater, Miss Jane Gatlln is now env By Warren Steers S. L. Rohrer";of Key West visited that when they graduate they
,e and Mn. J. A. ployed in the filing departmentat .. here from Saturday till Monday. ,can efficiently service and main
,- .residents of the Richmond blimp base near Mn. Rohrer spent a few days with tain the airplanes which Pan
Mr. and Mn. Wm. Fonyth of American Air i
for
Perrin.. Ferries flying
MIA WUla Lou Miller in Naranjalast
Fernandlno arrived Saturday to the Allied Nation to the overseas
Mr. and Mr, visit for a few days with relative week.Marjorle. i battle fronts.
left Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. W, W. Allan and .
here,
Most of the men applying, recording -
e Mlsi. where they children plan to move next weekto Audrey and Wayne
Langham of Fort Pierce arrivedWednesday to Mr. Clayton have hadconsiderable
d Hialeah where Mr. Allan is now ,
tives.Mr Mr. and Mn. R. B. Black re-
experience In their
to visit Mr and Mrs
employed.Mr. I
turned Sunday after a threeweekvisit home town prior to their joiningPan
J. S. Caves for a few weeks.
s and Mr. in Claremont, Mo. I American Air Ferries In the
b returned and Mrs A. J. Campbell Mr. and Mrs.:Glenn Bull returned -1 I j maintenance and repair of Internal -
t week vacation In had at wttkendlfill, Mr. and Mr. and Mn. C. S. Phillips announced Sunday from a short visitat combustion engines with service
n Mn. E. P. Wilson of Hollywood the arrival of a six-pound their home in North Carolina. departments of automobile
Miss Mary and Patty and Dixie Boatwrlght tight-ounce son,. James Louis, I companies and with sheet metal
daughter -of Mr. and Sonny Peters; all of Miami. born Friday at the Kendall hospital Rosa Everage will return to her .organizations. Every few weeks
s :Arthur who Is t Joy Peters returned to Miami to I home at Luverne, Ala, Wednes I less additional qualified applications -
course in Jackson }islt her mother, Mn. Pat Boat I I day. Mill Ethel Pierce of Miami are received, and as the men :
pltal will begin a wrlght.Letter. Misses Bessie and Jettle Herringof arrived Sunday to visit Mill Everage. who have completed their trainingare ;
cation Sunday. Clemont, Miss, arrived ( I I graduated into the regular
I Archer returned Tuesday day to visit for a few ThUrl-1/I maintenance department new
s Mn. B. P. from Erie Pa., where he visited relatives.Mr. f/fMiss I Mildred Severy is recovering i classes are started in both the engine
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yes pending th. friends after his recovery from an from her recent illness. and aircraft maintenancework.
I appendix operation at the close of and Mrs. W. B. Fambrougof .
t. sister, Mn. Chas. the: spring term at Columbia Junior Atlanta and Mn. Nina Bra I Frill Scbrotd--ho was ill returned -
r Redland. Mr. and College in Washington, D. C. denburg were Tuesday guests /of to work Monday. I Aunt (entertaining! small nephew
not of Coconut ,
c at tea) "You've forgotten to
Mr. and Mn. R. E. Scott. :
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'. day with Mn. Herman Thomas, former Home.stead I wash your hands, Bobby."
Mr. and Mn. Frank Stalling of
Mn. Mibott.e r |
, policeman, and Donald E. James B. Cohemour underwenta ,Miami and their children Skipper)I I Bobby: "Oh, I thought it didn't
Sullivan, telephone lineman, left minor operation-W.dnllday at 'and Robbie, were Sunday! ,ut.lI.,make much difference, seeing that
Mr. and Mrs. >> Tuesday noon by plane for Nassau I the Kendall hospital. of L. C. Aldrich, and Mr. Aldrich 'we're baring dark bre.d.-It.:
; are now living in where Mr. Thomas will be employed -
visited them several day this
I i Mr. Barnes Is '! es a bulldozer operatorand St ClaIr Demer of Cape Sable week. I "Have t got a girl, Mom She
I Raton. spent Mr. Sullivan, a* a lineman. I spent the week-end here. r I got everything"
stead, Jane Earl PacetU will leave for Nassau Mr. and Mn. E. W. Severy of I "What do you mean, ..v.rthlll&IOn'
Mn. Barnes, toda,. Little Phyllis Hamilton ha the "
Miami and their daughter, Joan,
" for a visit measles. ,were Wednesday guest of Mr.. and j I "WtU typewriter, tires, and her
Mlssri Shirley and Jeannean Mrt. W. W. Severy. dad runt a filling station."-I:*.
Mr. and Mn. Johnson of Wrightsville, Oa., are Glenn and Helen Schroeder win
three children left ,lilting their uncle and aunt Mr. 1'leave Thursday for Hope Sound ,
spend the summer and Mrs. Howard Johnson, In'where they will visit. Mn. J.

N. C. Homestead. :.-- 4 old. Am-I Telephone .-..H Ictobltshed HIT

Chesley Saunden Jerome Hickson who has been Mr. and ")frl. Venue ..
erg! yean has IU'I visiting hit parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. ]Miami were Sunday guests of Mr. SUTTON JEWELRY CO.Miami's
.
the county yard In L. Bickson, in NaranJ I.ft..and Mn. John Rohrer I
been appointed an Tuesday for his home In Hanover
Oldest Jewelry Store
municipal light and N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Schroeder
till a vacancy visited Mr. and,Mrs E. A. Chaseof Dies*-W.-'nrelPr-Sl1ftrwart
nation of Ted Mrs. Della Lewis of Goulds was 4 Miami Friday.
called to military taken to the James .Archer Smith
ISI E. flatter Street Miami. Florin
Hospital for treatment :yesterday. Mrs. T. J. Walkup and MnS. .
Harvey Rue last trs. Rose Carpenter and O. F. Frank and son Jackie, of Miami 1
work a* a clerk in Price, both of Milml, are surgical were Sunday guests of Mr. and 11
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office of the U S. --- ---- --- -
In the First
ing Fred Vihlen
position as helper

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fot Byron their..and R.home J.Joel Botker,In DON T WASTE FERTILIZERIF


III, after visiting

parents, Mr.' and ,

strong. ' : '
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A. H. Ekberg "" '. ,
drive left Tuesday
Summer in North

and visiting Chicago.in New ;. THE WEATHER IS DRY, '

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this John month Kuhn from who 'ii', DON'T WAIT TO IRRIGATE; OR I,

School Is now f I'
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v IF THE WEATHER IS WET,, JUT .'. :

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1 1O.ewdaaeeel .
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YOUR FERTILIZER. APPLICATION ,;;; I

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IN HALF AND APPLY \ /

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TWICE AS OFTEN.



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Dr. D. F. Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.

Dr. L. W.

UU W. nester Telephone 16 FRANK B. RUE, Manager Homestead, Fla.t .

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ROBERT: M. CAVES TAKES AS BRIDE The Calendar MISS MOSLEY SEVER TO BECOME BRIDE
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.( MISS ELIZABETH KOCH OF ORLANDO ............, .."......?.".......-.....,............" I OF JOHN BARKER ON FOURTH OF JULY

1 -- June 26-Social meeting of Red- --
n"dmt, t Milton Cave. son o( Mr. "During the afternoon Mr. Cave I 'land Woman ClubJune j The engagement of Mm MoslevAthwM I School and attended Homestead,
left for brief wedding f 26 Redland Home Demonstration John Business College During the past
wit \Irr l William Buunl Caves and his bride a Sever and. Ra'iBarller. '
trip and ,upon their return I Club meeting in Red- both of Homestead, ii I year she has been employed In the
r. "J.rl member of one of Home
offiee of the Florida Power and
will be at home in Cainesulle, land Community Church.June !
J", 1 oldest) famllfes,,'was roai* Fla. M-Reception in Sunday ,announced by the father of the Light Co., In Florida City.

f yl,1,I III Orlando June '14 to MIlS Mrs Caves is a graduate of: school rooms for Rev, end Mrs O. i bride-to-be, MOM E. Sever. The I Mr. Barker Is a son of Mrs

till': ,111 Koch, daughter of the the University of Alabama !and a: Sewell Palmer I wedding will take place In the !I Warren Johnson of Philadelphia,
:
Rev and Mrs E. K Koch of that member of Kappa Delta Pi, honorary July 2-Picnic supper of Neighborhood Florida City Community. Churchon Miss. Born In Louisville Ky. he
I educational society Inls I Club at home of Mr. and I July 4. was graduated from high school) In
cityAmong last year the was a teacher in the, Mr*. Sam J. Davis Mix Sever It a niece of Mr. end I Philadelphia, and attended Hemp-
those present were the j Palatka High SchooL July Luncheon meeting of Mrs J. S. Caves, pioneer resident i hill Diesel Oln Memphis,
parents of the bridegroom. I "Mr. Caves I Ia a graduate of the, Episcopal Auxiliary .t'home of of Florida City Though born in Tenn He cattle to Homestead

Th ceremony wa performed in I University of Florida and a mem. Mrs Lee H. Lehman. Madison, the has spent most of II I three years ago and Is now opera
the sun room of the Koch home I ber of American Chemical Society July 4-Annual dance of Junior her life in Florida' City. She was tor of a filling station on the federal .
been transformed Intoa I
which had Next year he will do graduate Woman Club. graduated from Homestead High highway
bower of green and carpetedwith work at the University of July -Meeting of B. P. W. Cat .
( fronds Fern also
formed fern the background for the Florida where. he will be a graduate , home of Mrs J. F. Hammett NEIGHBORHOOD CLUB finishing three quilts for the Red
assistant in the department of PLANS PICNIC SUPPER Cross Mrs. Ceo Wright
bridal group, and green and whit gave a
baskets held whit dahlia and chemistry. guests ML AND MRS: A. r. ARTHUR Plant for a picnic supper formembel'l I reading and Mrs.W, E. Gaby and
"Among the out-of-town CITE DINNER PARTY Miss Margaret Gaby played piano
Z white gladioli jof the Redland Neighborhood -
W
were: Mr. pnd Mrs B Caves solos.
All In the wedding party wore Homestead Fla; Mr. J B. Redd Mr. and Mn A. F Arthur gavea Club and their families l
white dinner party Saturday. eveningat .Present.wee: Mia..Mary Furry
Gainesville June
and. Mr. Jeffrey Dawson, were mad at a meeting 17 at
The following account of the Mr. Walter W Hayden, the Bamboo Tavern In honor Mrs.. Chariest, Calderwood, .Mrs..
wedding Is reprinted from. Or- Gadsden, Ala aDd Mn Herman of Mr. Arthur's brother.and 'sls- the ome.of Mrs. Sam J. Davit 'Reed :Holme*,.Mrs. L.*HLClopp,<
; >
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Undo paper: Clost Sanford"' ter-ln-lw, Mr 'an*. Mr*. James The picnic wilt be held Thuridayt MNI..: -A.Rotherham,' Ma..,
"In I ceremony marked by The; bridegroomwas.. born' In Arthur,of Lor Angeles' ,.who spent July J. at the home of Mrs Daitia Wrlfh Mrs, Gaby, Maw Gaby, anal,
beautyand dignity, Mia Elizabeth Homestead and was graduated the.week-end In .Miami Members ipent the afternoon Mrs.'Davis, .
Koch daughter of the Rev and Coven were laid for Mr: and _: ...
from Homestead High School. -
jo' 'Mrs. E. H...Kocb,,became the bride tjlt brtde tut been *ppplnte<) Instructor Mo Paul Haley,' Mrand Mrs. W.E.1Ulene"MtJncI $ecI.Onus Aid Cbases,..i J: iatoleigG'Scanne4ts' ,.Gsa. It.; : peel "X.
of Robert M. C.veaaoh'of-Nt. '
In f mathematics i and silence l- MrsT R. Started in and: .John, ..
and Mrs W. B. Caves, on Sunday In Gainesville High School. Brooks, Mr. and Mrs L. W. Ernst, RedlandjA
afternoon June 14,' at 3 o'clock and host hostess and honor guests..
They are now living at 218 S. ; Delegates to: Report ,
at the home of the bride parentson class 1n.1 beginners Red Cross{ .
East Livingston avenue"The Eighth street, Gainesville first aid was started Wednesdayevening I On Conference Sunday

Rev. E. H. Koch, father of RAIN OR RHINE: HONORS in the Redland Communl-' ...........
the bride, performed the Impressive RECEPTION TO HONOR MRS JULIAN H. WEBSTER ty Church with Frank W. Stlilman The Rev Geo H. Ricks, pastor

ceremony. The vow were :NEW PASTOR AND WIFEA Mr. Julian H. Webster was honored as instructor.The of the Homestead Presbyterian
spoken before a background of reception for the Rev and on her birthday anniversarywith classes will be held twice Church, returned yesterday from
palms ferns, white gladiolas and Mr*. O. Sewell Palmer, pastor of a luncheon and handkerchief a week-on Wednesday and an. Mount Dora where be served as
Candelabra ,the Homestead Methodist Church, shower given for members of theI I other evening which the group counsellor for the. Young Peoples .
"As the wedding guest assembled ,will be given Monday evening Rain or Shine Club by" Mrs Fred will select ,at its meeting next Conference
Miss Clara Johnson gave a from t until 9:30 in the Sunday Redd at her home Wednesday. Wednesday Anyone interested in Delegates from the local church
program of nuptial music and just school building by the Woman Coven were laid for: Mrs Helen joining may do so by getting In who will give a report of the con.
t before the ceremony Mr. Wiggins Society of Christian Service. Hackler Mr*. Cart Deden, Mrs contact with Mr. Stillman whose ference at a Young People'
sang Because. The bridal chorus Member of the Redland District W E. Rheney. Mrs. Lee H. Lehman ,home Is on Coconut Palm drive,league meeting Sunday evening at
t from 'Lobenarln',.w.. used as a Ministerial Association will be Mrs. Jesse L.' Faith, Mrs I west of Redland 7:JO are: Miss Helen Pope, Mia r

r processional. special guests and all other members Frank L. Skill, Mrs Frank BAue 580-M-3. Ann Hickson, Richard Hickson
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"The bride wa lovely In bit and friends of the church are Mrs. Webster and Mr*. Redd.. Those enrolled In I'OIIcI-Pbon'1 and Tom Hodges
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aunt wedding gown of Ivory satin t Invited to attend. Mrs. Cotch Kufeldt, Mr Ricks will -preach en "A
trimmed with metallic lace and ) -. Kufeldt. Mrs A. I: sense of Mission"'Sunday, mom-

fo} cut steel beads. The skirt was !JENNIE LOBDELL CIRCLE: REDLAND W. S. C B. Carrie McCullough.: Mi*. Herman ing af 11 o'clock.
fitted above the waist and ended I
HOLDS
ALL-DAT MEETING HOLDS JUNE: MEETING
In a long train. Th bride's veil An all-day meeting of the Jennie Plan .">> '" '.I"Q.'I., 'INC* 0">' :. I 1'1:
to attend a district conference
of sheer illusion
was caught at the
LobdeU Circle of the Homestead
at Trinity Methodist
head with a coronet of orange
1 blossoms and extended beyond the Methodist Church was held Monday Church Tuesday were made at u I
at the home of Mrs Lloyd meeting of the W. S. C. S. of Red-
length of the train She carried a Jack
Field. The morning was spent In DIXIE 1
shower bouquet of pink rose and land Community 'Church Wednesday lent DRUG :: 1
gardenias Red Cross sewing and the afternoon afternoon: Mrs. Anna Mes-

"Mn. Walter' Hayden of Gads- In the study of the book, sersmlth president, read an article Please It aM .til

Ken, Ala.. the bride's sister and "Our Tunes. I on South Africa ,
Present were: Mrs. A. M. Logan,
matron of honor, wore a gown oft Present were: Mrs. Geo E.
white embroidered marquisette Mn Jason Avery Mrs. B. M| Deuel, Mrs. Geo W..Turner, Mrs I

and a nosegay of spring flowers. Hindman Miss Jennie Lobdell.I. Frank W. Stillman Mrs M. A EXTRA VALUE COMIINATIOM .EXTRA VAlUI.cON.JIXAT.C:: c I

"Mrs J. B. Redd of Gainesville I Esther Livingston, Mrs Field Baker Mrs. D. M. Brannon, Mrs I full pied P vretos* Tube .
acted as best man. and Dorothy Avery M M. Ramsey Mrs. H. J. Arm. MINFRAI Oft end pkg. SO Slog tnnhtmSHAVING I
"After the ceremony the Rev strong, Mrs H. J. Bon er, Mrs CKl'A !
,
A social meeting of Woman's Messersmlth, Miss Estelle Turner Pwehst ASPIRIN s
and Mrs Koch entertained with a end 2 PLACE
MB. Sag
Club of the Redlands will be held E
reception. and the Rev Lewis MI ter. Real Savings for you
"Mrs Kochs gown of hyacinth at S o'clock tonight In the clubhouse on Needed items. Their Comb:nation fortee 0n
smooth .h.....
The hostesses will be Mrs .U-
blue sheer crepe wa trimmed with CQ
B. A. Wsldln, Mrs. Chas G Turner A luncheon meeting of the j
lace. She wore a corsage of gar lOTHMH J7 tIe tr.l.. 39::: 0A]
.. Mn Geo. W Turner and Miss Woman Auxlllar} of St. Johns i ..r w >fensf wowew .r rawIXTU'YAEUt --
"Mrs Caves, mother of the Estelle Turner Episcopal Church will beheld n .A.A
bridegroom, wore a dusty rose suit July 3 at the horn of Mrs Lee H. EXTRA VALUE COMJINATION 111
Lehman at 1 o'clock. COMBINATION'roughs
and flower-trimmed hat. Her
cor. tea. Sue CHtKROSOTl for
sage was of orchids Oar Job Ii to Save iduthnUiofdHtg. er30 Stag SHAViNC LOTION nd InP
"Assisting Mrs. Koch was Mrs
Frank Paul who wore. a gown of M BeltersAaManeeaMBl Spscid COLD TASltTS sic AFTER SUAVE-TA1C'' 01In

powder blue with a corsage, of red Get real relief front S3 For that luxurious after
carnations Buy cold symptoms. and elate feeling. A
"The bride's table was centered ." cold eoaghw 'gas V.Iw w
War Iondl
l 11.10 Y.iw 39c
with a tiered bride cake with 50 sOTH FOk
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.4! ions roe
pink and white decorations* , hIrr M Day r pa

jai

Leonard LtTU VAlUhCOMIWATJON If.m.

...... .. .W.Uuk1al' I : I full pint MI JI SOLUTION ,Tabs Slog tar Rain frog of
rDr rmue c-4 a I DR. R. S. SPICKARD Deep, of exquisite anal Klenzo TOOTH BRUSH SHAVINCCKEAH/ un

loveliness, with Thermlque I II and ] Hgt. S ev,

09.N. L Had b A.r&a1- .Urw.t......,..ets I II ... I the beaterioa methodCool, ,t 91111 auk_'_Uke lIarr thfte'.JO Hoflew C.wase LADES sic

.. Q.awM a '- .: DR. C. C. RAY safe, comfortable. ) ) .i Big fkvorltiTM adlcen
.. I v.Iw crease .

are new .astlatt wttk Ask for eyt C BOTH PO., 490 COr

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OtBe Bean; Iaa.tSp.ALSsadayat : r....M.AUCE'SBCAUry.u.w'::. I II Ice Cream Made Fresh Daily In Our WsQffl set

t ,First National) Bank t to U I .an
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'" Building i Closed Satcrday SALONIS14 Own Store fort

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Ii Dead Men Unearthed in Florida Institution of Washington, |i -
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excavating at Caxamba on

Tell Tales State in Collier County, In.,i CLASSIFIED ADS
Says
II r 4. I I freshwater"Ms. discovered clam that shells many had i i I I IFOR

,, I MM First toterUoo IN a tot subsequent buerttoiw
t. them drawings I I ;
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By Y- Iamme. than In the study of upon
men with the ever-pres-1 I
I' habitant* and little
State Archaeologist In florlda I I
I given to them. Tbeor.es: bands mind earplug of the i

Highway however after a time .. These would be pre-
i RENT LOANS
With hairy dangling at and varied were the Even the original gold ear
n4'=
P their tide tip of their:coming the origin of have been found In Florida.
horny finger almost touching the,men. Some believed them I Florida: Archaeological Sur- SMALL furnished house close In.' BUILDING
I
shells of the beach which I Mrs. Mary King 116 N. W. 6th RESTRICTIONS
I upon come from Egypt Others state department In exca-
they talked, a thin line of beetle- :;the Phoenician and I In Hilliborough County in St. Homestead. ( -In 1') Government Building Order win

browed, acowllng creatures could some who still hold to I located two of these Maya permit the following:

have been seen returning,.after a j that the American Indian iI i: *, each weighing almost FURNISHED '-reorn apt bath. BUSINESS or COMMERCIAL

day'f search for food, to their rude that 1* left of the Lost One of the tint to-called Prefer year-round tenant*. 31 BUILDINGS totting $9,000 or

shelter constructed partly underground I Israel. In the early I "banner-stones" found in N. W. Fourth *t Apply. J. R. let*.

to protect their families'from '[scholars wanted to I' was uncovered recently Rutland, N. Krome. (Jn IOU) FARM BUILDINGS, costing $1,000

the blazing Florida aun. The' "Who were they?" and the Marineland "dig" and!,I PARTLY furnished house In Florida or let*. .

full moon Was lifting itself fromthe *:jtion of time of their I these mysterious artifact:i City; running hot and cold RESIDENTIAL-Addition* or new

waters of the southern tea and i was never mentioned. We only In pre-historx": I water; fruit tree; nice yard. construction coating lei than

one of the hairy ones might have "How long have they been ., the figure of the Maya Apply Homestead Leader Phone t $::100.I .

been observed, standing to Ml We In Florida have : on stone In Yucatan and 2. (a24tf)I REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE of

full length beating his breast He Vero Beach the skeletal !I all ahow these mys: all types of buildings 1* encouraged -

probably bayed at the rising moon, of these ancient*-20,000 tone* a* part of the ancient FOR SALE by Government and no

and wondered. Here was man in We are Intensely interested : price limit la placed on cost of

IQJida.aoooO'yean: ago. And It ;history. We do not I w* have made no com-, PAPAYAS for sal. Also small i work done! The design though

--T* possible that even then he won. |they were-from with the measurement' loquat and mango tree Mrs should not be changed by repair.

dered aa he admired the mellow j i came. Some day, possibly Florida pre-Columbian In-' N. G. Ball, 13 N. E. 8th St.myltf ABC LOANS are ttlll available for

glow of the moon. Wondered know all the answer to those of the Maya of ) the above type of Improvements -

what it was all about. Even as we ]jplextng questions. It.* or Guatemala we feel to be repaid In monthly
PICKUP, plow, :> Cole planters
wonder. :Jot the archaeologist to bone of these dead men payments of:
The Up of these ancient people problem tome all talc. Dead men prayer, other ,tools. Cha J. t 100 for 11 mo. 0 $ ..'11
lit .
who once roamed the fastness of 1 l Because our ancestors tales to the archaeolbglst Fay, j'ifth'street (pjy3) 200 for 11 mo. 0 IT.M

the Florida Jungle, are now dud. grated to America; we err remains of these : 5-ACRfi! lime"grove; :2 miles f.pm 1,000 for SB mo 0 3184'

Their dreams are departed.: Notr believe, too readily. tell the archaeologist all bank bWg.."Can be bough/ on 2,300: for 60 mOo 0 :S4.IINe

single word of their folklore I* man surely must have knoWn' of their life and I terms. Mr*. M. A. Berger, Down Payment

recorded. But they were men and on some other continent We have" learned from Krome ve., and 10th street. N* Red Tape

women as w* are. And while they I may not be true.: Many into the refute heap at (m27tf) Come in and tee us for additional

probably did not tax their pygmy ,early man In Florida the burial mounds many Inhumation or Phone 62 Homestead

minds with the problems of their unearthed which may lead In time will be placed FOR SALS: Tropical plant, dtru > .

oYlgin or their destiny, they did, belief that the tint making: a complete pic tree and tropicat fruit in Brooker Lumber Co. .

. wrestle with the eternal problem ,, were the ancestors of these ancient We know I season. Jungle Grove Redlatu

. of sufficient food and shelter for Maya Indian .of Yucatan lived in family road and Plummet drive. .MISCELLANEOUSINVENTION

-, themselves and children. I I temala. Insufficient in hut built partly under-
','IN TIIII CIRCUIT NIl'lIr or
That a tribe of nomads, living however, has been made to keep off the d'reel rays EI.IIIISTH: JI DlnAL
almost exclusively ,upon sea .food ling i yet has been summer sun. Their tools I IN AND CRAJi.U.V FOR DADS Cot NIT. fLORIDA, WOULD like to meet others In-

onto Inhabited the sea coast of the I proven, but every year of stone, bone and shell. I No. imt terested in new Ideas Have

part of North America now known I'evidence I to that theory. -Smith-sonian Smithsoniangold they were able to cut CITY TAX OF HOMESTEAD lUll FORKCLORt. munk-ip.1 technical !knowledge on subject
I Ia. oorporatlo. -
Florida, cannot now be doubted.'I I the time will come when tree*. They knew how I of IhI state of Florkta.Tl.lntlff.' age 23: ; single; travelled; JohnC.

Archaeologists have unearthed :i tists will no longer be able and keep. fire. The ;fJnd.nl.RU'8HLt, as. at al.. l>> Kulik Gen. Del, Homestead.

many of their bones and not a few I I("purely coincidental1 when group knew how to make ORDER FOR PIBtKATIONfVH i (pjn26)
of their Implements and untenslls. I'I figurine I* uncovered of different kinds some I THE:, NAME OF THE ITT!: OP

These ancient people poa.lbly'':mound or a pot fragment' I were beaut-fully: Incised F'd' THE DFFENDAtfrfli Eront W. : WANTED .
... ,..
did not know the art of making Is found a* was recently, is one of the chief keys Ton,,, of tI.. Calstsr nd twcurlly M Dlrortor and Land M I
pottery of clay and shell. There ,,the typical Maya headdress. culture of a pre-h .torlc ,Comp."r. a dbMlvo Fk>rM. wrporatlon, SECOND hand piano In good con

la no trace of smoke or fire upon I relief apd with all the I 1 I send Oonnw Mars| Robert Crtrr J. O.ru his woe and,Mary V.I..c.......... 'I dition. See Mrs. Augustus Wynn
I('of' ..remain taken from the) or phone :S48-XM. (pjn26)
the tons of sHells of the oystersslid' that most Intriguing Of .r. kh wife, C R, M Navy Armed HU t., I
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I('called We midden or refuse heaps| l.tand I., Fran Collfornl.
clams they'devoured 'now Indians. hope.
I, tt.:Tnrrord. bell Building MiHiWomory. TUTORING WANTED hlg
found throughout the state. The I i: be able to bury the ate animals fish, birds, i m., .nd Gertrude (.": Chambers, school and grade school subject
WroM .nk_.. .. 01_
reptiles and their sand- M Trwtoini
remainof theM aborigine are I]i i the scoffers with an of s.. Fktworl.nd RmltK{ orimr.tMm. I Mr*. H. J. Armstrong, A. B,
found below the remains of the proof. mortars and pestles would I IdliMmd Florid. .., .: ., Wilbur W. Plummer drive and Country
I I the grinding of grain and' f.Tif" single' *"". <|'<"*r|>'iM WM.|
later so-called American Indian. { Just to mention a few : 1... < Club ro.d.Count .
The question immediately arises, I I relic of the ancient Maya In Florida we find no re If llln"7ild lf".ny of 5. n'blvt'.nd

"What was the arrival date of ,,have come, to light in- of dog or other domesticated I.or Individual.........,claiming.0.1.... .....interest.4. .11 pert'....'.".1 ,. Tom mlniM ..... IHJ' bare..
.
of 111. '1.
That believed In Io lr.1 day Juw A. D. ku
these! :very earlY primitives who: state Mr. Montagu :Iflltof they a {i ourd Mid 4rf.nd.nu.or otk ...or.. either of .tkom... ...... same Ill mjf offlr*. .... has mule ...pllo-.
life la Ind'cated by burials r Including or ... ........
,
first journeyed to Florida presumeably :I:denton, found a Lttle ,Min. devil"., era'_ ....._ or othrrdn ; Ion fur a Ui and to k unl
and food with their claimants ... Said C.nlflr.u embraces the fnllnwlncdroerlkrd
to the winters ender .h parson or
enjoy warmer :year ago In Glades pemme Ir In IH. County ,.f Ilido.tut ,
>d, and .11 other .
and the more abundant game?" near Lake Okeechobee, a We know they made cloth-1 fondants I. this ,,_unknown. and .11 .-...._do-or I of Flaida:: ..
Addltrnl
I'' and ,. Lot ID. Block I, HlnoM k
This la an all-important but baffling tools came pmon. whether 'u..l. 9ornor.w or
gold figurine municipal Intnwtrd Kendall Sub., Plot &.,k t. !I..... I.
In the land
question, and ope which is Maya origin It I* possible ornament for their persons.I dwrlhrd. claiming by. through herein.arts orundrr I In UM Cimtiur of I....., state of Klurtd. -
their bodies with UM dhonlvvd .. ...... d.
taking practically, all the time of case that some Spanish( onvoralh M The _... or gold prntwrty under r
I'I ; ; of red brown and forth. MM leads feint orwlbrd u fo|"
azure. .._ of
the archaeologists today. The answer turning from Mexico, .laws, |o.wH i the sold r.nlfkuts was ht the
.. ... ,
to this query may be foundat Spain might: have been Florida we found I of 41 ots, MILLER M. II. II AOIIITUIN., II, 14, II Pint and Rook WU<< Ivan Valves""'amid.d.erllflras .h.1I b ..drams
remains which had been
Vero Beach In state 'and err vdiwg law tbtipnN.ay drarilwd
our own a Caloosa Indian I. Pan 1M, ODd Plat Book .. Page lIr '
on Page Eight) I4T1 then,, b. add tn 11 k. kkihoit hlddryn
where the totalled remains of coast found the small Low I and: r. IEV'LtA"A"nITION.I I the Court H._ d..... on Ih. fleet
primitive man.were recently found thinking 1) attractive, had! i It >> : NOTICES I Plot Book t. Fin It*. and flu Hook Monday In the. month of Au.i... .t., IMt.
II P.n 401l i whlrk b the Irdd.y of A mt 1141.Uitrd .
in.; close association with mammals with hi* other trinkets and : or APPLICATION ...t t. block 1. ROYAL PALM AD. this Itik dw of JUMl4t,
late Pleistocene period. 4bles. FOR TAX DEED WTION, Plot Badk I. ,'... sit R: B. IKATHr-RMAN,
'Tear 17417 ,AM. Lot I. L. 0. llrrk of Urrurt CiNrt.IMo. ,
of BhIDLER
were known to have lived la 1MIrib I ADDITION. .
Manatee
In County wa A.SMI Plat Book I, Pare It i C"unty. Flurku
Florida' (rom 20,000 to 35,000 year I I not to many "yean .1110,' a : II HtHKHY: GIVEN that Karl .U of the above dMcrlord 8ubdl blaM. b.. Circuit Court By tot N. C, BTrRRPnT. D. 0.
holder of state and County Tax lair located M the Lily ot
ago.- object of gold which .. No. US leaned the mod iUy of D410I0 County. .,...."'.. HomoHoid. Scholars have long ponderedover be a knife blade with the D. IHa. KM fllfd .._ In m, YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED AND ,
the birthplace of prehistoricman .d ku made pplleMfcm for I DIRECTFD .. o> and appear to the or APFI NATION
shaped in the form of an to b. Mud tKmon. Bald ('-. tllf. Hill of CvmuLInt on UM p.1 FOR TAX IIKKII
)n' North America. But the billed woodpecker. We :' omkruol the foHmrlnl d.. load In July A. D. 1MI ...-..... July *, |.4I. File' Ul'4Notleo
.
I 'I In the County of D d., SUM at I In the of'... of Cleric of tlw Circuit Court i tt konby aloe* hit Jack A. sal
question even more pressing *
claim the story of the to.wki I. ..i cop Dean Coonl,. ....".... | othor.WM Lllllo A Rxuu boldrr m M.KOM. of
"HoiV long has man lived in the for this "fjid.: as a.similar II. Black SO. bland br tW .X I, dorn. pas onifoMO will .. entered City of Miami Ton Crtltta NuwikrM
Americas?" Until find In C' Amended a &,'- PU ".tn.. you. goals dated the ale day of July, A. D.
we with the Identical design ran .... ,. 01I. ,
St. '. In Ik* County of 11' I' FURTHER ORDERED that this I less, haw filed MM Cortll. my -
America the skeletal material of 'In 1939' in Wakulla state at Florid I oMor of ....I..tIoe W ouklWwd ono > .... and haw nudr ....1......... for tea
old has been unearthedin j.om>t of MM properly Mart week for four onnoratlr. -o>k> In the dud to bass Ihrrml In wrord.M man as a .
I
group of boy. This oml'lMfei was I. UM Mm of HnmoHi.J Lo 4.t-r.torprtoo. newspaper Sold C.rtlflr.10 owikrMM the tot.lu
Asia and Europe, we will be ever, wa made of P.... Co. p.bab d In Dod County. Florid., .lnc dMrrlbH yroporty iltu ... taDod.
I MM onilflc.1 .hill .. vrdomoJ DON AND ORDERED thin and .y of Crnnty. ,......... WwBIWo
compelled to believe that he ml- traced to the copper .. to ..... .... praoorly dfovrtlMd June. A. D. II'" .1 l II Ft. of Lads 1._'-' sad
grated to American shores, and the Lake Superior: which wlU k< nM to the klikoM bidder R :.. i.H..MAJI.. Knot II Ft. of Lou I..II-I..U"
'course is Bering I Court How. door .n the flral Clark .f Clnrull Court black Hl.hl.nd. Park Plot Book t.Pu. .
only possible across I'
worked by In the month of AarM. 149. toe "" COUI",, Florida I In to. City ot IFlomI. Coo.ly
Sea or possibly' across the for centuries.At the men. omr of Awra>t. It4, Circuit. Comet Bolt I of D.dr. B4.W of Florida.
.
Aleutian Island to Alaska. But .. 17tk day of J.... IHtC. By WM KIRTLir. Tk. mioiniinl of Mid pnp sty .. .
I Marineland we R. LBATHERMAM. Do,.., C..... the O.M Certificate herd was In UM eased
when Clerk of Circuit Coon IRA C. BATOOCK" Uwkto.p.U.kng .
It hal been established that the earthed stone beads I Dwfcl CMMtr. florUa. 14" Coot.- BkW. wild ConUlniW ....n U tido. oi4.
those found in 1001. Miami Flwld. Mordlnf to Uw. U< dad will km.thmon
pagan and unschooled Norsemen I h.n i' Br !I. C. anaRET D Co}Attorney far Pl.l.tlff. .. DM M ..., W J..,. A. D.
landed eastern shores Guatemala. of M It. It. July .. I*. least (June .. It. 19. 84 and July 8. INti
on our ISu4: : this Mlh
djy nv' tHf"t:
around the year 1,000 AD. Yet that I NOTKI or APPLICATION ,
1 ., Clnrolt Guff.
FOR TAX DEED tbrrh
man was here teemed to have beenof Chapter lT4tJ-A.... 01 |n| Dodo Co..... Florida i
Jlttle: Importance to them. Columbus I The World' News Seen Through File A"'OO Hy t. t:. PARKER, D. 0.

the more learned however I. THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR Gladys XOTICH Ii:. 1 I_* "HERFBY holder of tote sad Cirwolt Courl to. Ju.ML1Map .. U. 19. 84. 1114,1101Ina ,
I
must have wondered con- -
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I alderably about them. Columbus An iHltnuthiut Duly NevtptftrIt

I .did--not seem surprised when, he : Truthful-COMO f>-UnlnM.4-Fro. from $Senoadaa' .
I encountered man upon his new I km- EditorUl. Are Timely wd Interactive. and I" Daily . DR. c. H. DENBYrs

continent; lie thought: t r"'ere F4atururI.lgether with <*>. Weekly M.sarlna $.cd.a. Make

A Uttc*. .Ue-e lle4 hem Ostel
""" i
M, he felt cure he had djuoveredt : The CarWan Sciiri. Publishing Soda pat Physician

flew route to India and it wa 0.... N....., Sri-, BoMoo M..ch..... I '.* .

not until 1)11 when Balboa discovered Price yi2.00Y.rlfwItOOaMaMlw i
the mighty Pacific .that it Saturday Insist inchulia* Magazine Sections. '1.60 a Y'lomauctorr '- Phone 39

wa learned the continent of Columbus Of. 4 IMUM W_CHU
I Homestead Fla.
wa an entirely new one NORMAJdn ,
and could in no way be 'accounted
-- (Over Brown'i Drug Store)
for by the cage of his tme.' ;
The later Spaniard were much SAMPLE COPY ON REQUEST j

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Pace Efriit HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, June % 1942


Civilian War Relief western lemons are tjist-rste for'trade representative that the distribution "lie* 04 the Interstate Commerce, *ether truth the fact that pr*.

Benefit Now Payable "cooling off" la warm weather, '! of perishable farm prod- Commission ha given him a great historie man in Florid led a
and because they are produced I* I lucta win be seriously affected if'Ideal of experience with the peaceful and rather comfortablelife.

the slate and comparatively little certain ODT order* requiring''jporUUon problem of the lran"'j There Is no evidence of inter
Dependent of worker killed
transportation i* necessary formoving I trucks engaged in transporting!and vegetable) induitry. tribal struggle or strife, or any
captured, totally disabled, or minim them from grove to con. the** products are required to;Eastman, ore of busiest men desperate effort to wrest a living
it a result of enemy action turner. handle return load. The verdictof Iia Washington, :been decidedly from the country. Game was

outside the United States are eligible Dade County leads In produc- the trade 1* that it can't be generous In making himself available plentiful the wooded arm, and

for civilian war relief benefits, tion with more than 1,500 acre, done for discussion of the trade I fish abounded in the rjvers and

is the reminder Issued by William but Polk and Highlands also pro "Orders number 4 and I issued difficulties and, judging; from I the ocean.

B. Weaver, manager of the Miami duce considerable quantities of the by the Office ef Defense Transportation comment mad by trade representatlves From the great numbers of

office of the Social Security Board limes Smaller acreage are also some weeks ago and, if after talking with Dl- ,bone found the dead men tell

"The board1 bureau of old-age grown in Lee, Ptnellas, Manatee not changed, scheduled to go into I erector Eastman, he has a better us that*the population of the Americas ..

and survivor Insurance quickly Lake, and other central and southern effect July 1, require all contract I understanding of the difficulties was large. It has been es-

established procedures for making Florida counties. Tbtal state trucks and private, over-the-road I'involved In applying a return 10.df timated by Splnden that the-year

these cash payment and our office acreage, Mr. DeBusk estimates, is I trucks to carry loads both out I rule to fruit and vegetable trucks 1200 A. D. saw 50,000,000 Indians

located at 509 Langford BuildIng 3.000, or 30 time the acreage of bound and Inbound. A capacity;i than anyone else in the ODT set. in both North and South America

Is prepared to take claims 1929. I' load must be handled one way of'''!iUP.I i,with the densest, of course, in

from qualified survivors. i the run. At least a 79 per cent "Those closest to the situation Mexico and the Andean highlands

"Civilian war relief benefits are GAS RATIONContinued capacity load must be handled the here say that some announcementfrom la North America an especially
payable to the wife, widow, and I other way of the run. Even the I I ODT is expected within the I dense spot was in the Pueblo sec

children of the worker, and to his department of agriculture admits ,next few day-Hrobably the first tam and next to that area was
.that there lust isn't I I of next week. Florida and other Gulf states The
parents if they were mainly dependent ( from Page One) enough freightof They profess to
upon him for support authorized the punching of the any and ill kinds, to make It'believe that the return load provision I colder central and northern states

Benefits are bated upon wage war bond seal, which appears in 'possible for truck hauling fresh'I will be changed but whenit were rather sparsely settled- it Is

rates or Income but vary within the upper left hand corner of the 'fruits and-vegetables to market to [ comes to 'official statement the learned.

relatively narrow range. Thus,I present gas ration card, for a unit find return loads, I responsible people in the Office of I The subject of archaeology' covers -

benefits for a wife or widow range! of .lIollnwhlch some time ago I "For a month and from every I(I Defense Transportation just ain't such a wide and varied field

from $30 to $45 a month. Additional I was increased from three gallon part of the United States and from talking." that it la naturally impossible to
I
benefits for children run to six gallons because of the tint almost every organized group in more than merely generalize In *
short such as this one. We
from $10 to $15 a month for each postponement of permanent rationing the fresh fruit and vegetable Industry paper

child, up to a maximum equal to from July 1 to July IS, a flood of protests has been I DEAD MEN have tales told learned by these however venerable, from dead the,

two-thirds of the wage rate or lowing into the Office of Defense
I that man has lived a long time 11FlorMpo..lbly \
Income $83 whichever is less.Double Transportation. Pressure for mod:
or I PROCEEDSContinued (Continued from Page Seven) j 20,000 year or
ification of
with the return load
benefits are paid respect requirement .1' tinted red, probably to signify life. more and there has been I rise
to the first child where thereIs has been increasing. The bones of the dead men tell and fall in his culture, and his
no wife or widow. Parents' ( from Page One) "It now looks as if the Office of j I tales of battles! and suffering from civilization was Ming:: again at

benefits are payable under certain' believes it will be only: one ofseveral Defense Transportation realizes :('dread diseases. The dead men tell the time of the coming of the white

conditions.SCRAPJUJBBER. civic organizations that that the return load requirement I II the physician and pathologist many man. For Instance, the flaking and
will do everything they can to see would be a serious I blow to the truths. No arthritis with so much chipping on the stone arrow point

thai this station Is furnished with food' distribution I system While no I winter sun. The diet of sea food and spear points of the Folsoman,
the sheets, pillows, pillow cases. official ODT will North Am-
accept responilblllty with its large amount of calcium found throughout the
blankets, containers for boiling for saying that the return and phosphorous show in the erican continent, 1 II by far the

water, making coffee, pitchers, load provisions in orders 4 and 5 bones. The teeth found in the most excellent work of Its kind
Continued
( from One)
Page
canned food, towels, bandages, will be modified, it i* quit obvious dead along the seacoast are excellent and it was fabricated over 20,000
tallng 13,500 pound Third place stoves (not electric), lamps, candles -
that worried about A degeneration of the
they are
-no caries or cavities, but year ago.
is held by Texaco One-Stop with
flashlights and other needs. the situation and are seriously there is evidence of pyorrhea on culture then was noticed and about
a total of 12,000 pounds. i "An' ) of these articles, new or considering plan ,2.000 the handiwork of
some or arrangement many of them. The dead men tell yean ago
Report from the other stations I used, can be donated by Individual which would take the ,Me .Wait.0' battle and saocifk) of re- ,thav ptimlituesr again showed few

were as follow as well as organization and of the back load rule and a* the I'li iai and'family ffrtinn; ,otruthtes i provementr and at the time ot the

Highway Texaco Ite.-.lU44 Ibi. we know that the auxiliary medio same time bring about the subitantial abandon and actual killing* :Spanish,txplorers their art almost

Pool ruling Stat.1on..lO,300. i cal corps, although net making a saving in.tire and trucks ot the aged. The dead reveal tales :approached that of ancient Foist

Bishop and Son___, 1,000 Ibs. practice of begging will appreciate which everybody agree must b*I of capture of foreign women and, 'som ancestor.

Orange State Station.. '7,500 Ibs.i whatever can be given Accomplished. I along the seacoasts, tales of brave All of thai and much more, lead

Dtden and Sullivan. 5,000 Ib*. I "Donations should be turned "At least a dozen member of' men lost tt sea us to state that dead 'men do telltale

Central Service Station. 3,500 Ibi. over to MB.: Ted Oldendorf, co- the trade who have talked with I Judging by the remains\ the *--and very interesting tale

Leo Bernecker....,..__,_, 2, 1I0 Ibs. captain of the auxiliary medical ODT official during the last ten archaeological data reveals among they r. to those-who sari to read t
Bather's Service SU._.. 1.8B7lb.. corps, to Mrs. Frank 1. Skill assistant days have expressed the belief c.
Homestead Auto Supply 994 Me. captain, or to any memberof
hit the return load provision will
Homestead Filling SU..._. P05 Ibs.Zeke the corp. be modified. Among those expressing wellConfess
800 Mrs. T. J. Walker I I. general l i You might as
Martin-_ lba. this belief have been representatives .
chairman of the Fourth of July _
of the Western
In addition to the totals listed dance. Sub-chairmen are: Mrs
Growers Protective Association of
above are those of a few service Burley Dendy, decorations; and
station who could not be reachedby Mr*. Olin Wright tlckits. Hostesses Los Angeles; the National Councilof i I "
Farmer the N.-
telephone but are included in will be Mrs. Ansel Barrow, Co-operative;
the grand total from reports made an. Roberta Harrison, Mrs. Alton ional League of Wholesale: Fresh) !

by distributors.The I Horne, Mrs. Oldendorf, Mrs. Fruit and Vegetable Distributors;I.
the United Fresh Fruit and
Vegetable -
scrap rubber campaign endsJune Wynn and Mrs. Dendy.
30. Until that time filling Association and spokesmen
for. large of Ohio I
produce
group
stations will pay one cent a poundfor '
: rubber baby carriage tires, 'I' TRUCK ORDERS en. .
.... the PnoMart of the
likes .nt am
Ala.d e
eeey ae
bicycle tires, automobile tires, automobile "It look as if everybody ODT, almost everyone nloro the thrill. Undo. states all Ilk. their ague. ,
from the office boy to Director i Inv ucltemrat of troo lnt dawnrimlaal a .... In feet lllloM at AoJari.
tubes rubber soles
or i (Continued from Page One) with as oaa _II... But too MO Maine MOM wowrioBtoo
heels rubber gloves, bathing Joseph B. Eastman hlmseH has e4 to aimltna4ln than ant bof_ Whirl
caps, quarter in Jacksonville in a letter I Una an a title Whan> I
bathing suits, aid aprons rubber received by Secretary Kit Car- ,peen In almost continuous conference I | Bjntoria Wall. Oc.dMaybe mainly...__.. .sects.a thaaa M*fut-o bath o4 re-.

sheets, pads, mat, and baby pants,I son last Friday.Mr. on this subject this week. m .1<1.', know that naayooUan lulu ..* nfraihlB It hi few
rubber boot and overshoe It is plain her that the members I ,,,",- hank BmUraU.sn4 th.nv-..J far _tha* we amPublishing
garden McDaniel said that serious teknttala, oapulna of Mu. ____
hose, and other article made study was being given to all the of the trash fruit and vegetable, .

of rubber. points brought out in the protest trade are pinning their hope to Vii

from the local chamber of commerce Director Eastman whose long serv.
II Qneen'sMystery II
PERSIAN LIME but made no statement as Ellery Magazineshod
to what result could be expected.

That appeals such u the one 1 TjouCantBeHoppuwiinotii
hr tn>ry 0-.. (uMoaotoitlto fount I* H. Bat session m otkaMm
(Continued from Pap One) sent from her have been having W mdse. the OMirioi. ad their mtftu. oat am wthortom
legislature in 1H1 M a result of their effect on the Office of Defense hortall hooka, H la onto) o.- Torah and.. ..._.*>....QMiialM4
.. olwtoolr to the bat I. oMaotlxtrim iwttt seals 4 that
the efforts of producers to stand Transportation and a relaxa. \ _ohorfcatof Utarouna. Asa Oft whew with rofnahlw *..Mr
.......... .. ...._.. choose of '.
ardise their fruit, la credited by lion ef truck orders *i affecting HEALTH v. eMu II. The feet that 4 p.-
ores ewes ha this to arlaw and Rare same fit for the Mat
Mr. DeBusk a* being largely responsible agricultural transportation could a.....- need lot proM Ms ... ..... aVHihtfid to Ik* Bait ....*.
for the growth popularity be expected, wa set forth in the ins mil _/11M". Short ottoctlt You Will M the MV MIMllO
flat**. thus k wall widow hi red vail prlata4-hor and also, aid
of Florida lime In check. following dispatch which appearedin too ,wilily ...0.... Rot vo are to the eyes. YM will find th.* ere
finding lh..o>-!. hoolu I* Ml*. ana w The Moor't a Plaalt-010
Ing up on sales of the limes in the) New York Packer of June
.... slip
hua hi the Woo of renew to. wenrat to held to .1. M
three large southern cities early 19: r than-- 04 Mr aiftaiaoMBt with lets row parka TN will find the
last ether uhllikm M wall M with Went nor Ned./tie so look It W e
tall he D. June
did not receive a "Washington C, 19Representatives -
.......... m HpriM' hi the apMn4 .book 'shot. And yes w115 fed the
single complaint on the quality ef of the fresh fruit .......'. Blame I Maor tile hook eswMwa the most .aslof be "at-
defective llet... to ha rranntaaeb tefa wonh of good oototMtaOMO
the fruit and vegetable trade have been
_.... II Doohtoll. HIMoU loo ht.. found t* mft oar,
This yeasts crop 1* the biggest beating a path to the door Of the DONT LET TOCRSELF I Antbo C......... atoart Po"! O* tale at all Soot paanlnoitot ___
since Persian lime were Brit pro.. Office of Defense Transportation BlOOD =RUN-DOWN der on4 &II.., tout are M ha aar.

j duced in Florida He believe the last ten 1
during days. It not
because the condition of your body
more) Florida folk will use tho another case of someone building affects the state of your mind. If, SPECIAL lOc OFFER TO READERS OF.
lime this year loan ever before a 'better mouse-trap. It it a II II
perchance, you are not now up to
because they yield more Juice than case of belief on the part of theo par, it is unwise and unnecessary The Leader-Enterprise

for you to suffer In silence. Call .

and learn how and why chiropractic ..ntnn ... wane TM t* tiwjCliorr -.Ira weer and .ie-.... w.ra1.
keep people healthy-and II 0-.'. Nests kUrulM d I ...rIIIIa.----.1I> 1My II
we wilt NOW f*. a a" of thai the noon of _.... ad haedlies;
therefore happy by the application I ......... If U. h,.. ......... .
of.common-sen** corrective
TURNERS FUNERAL rei 1e sad am.the a eq Meat *... .It tames

measures.Hots" ........._........................,..........MIe..............-

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Evenings Ill, A _*>tataeat see ........* AWM. New Tork, N. f.

Ambulance L ...>. UP !*. Gus vkhk ,low bond OM a ooor at Minor Q ewy
Service
2Uour Ore R. J. ElliottcmzorsAcroa MXOHT ::... '

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