Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00549
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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: July 3, 1942
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00549
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
lccn - sn 95047482
lccn - sn 95047482
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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[a4ser alsttti TsJbltM r HOM 9ost"T? Ilan ri LEADER ltedlaad Oaa 1)Ish uu'Ol ,


iYoL 31-No. 26 Homestead Florida, Friday, July 3, 1912 Price 5 Cents

Steffani's Office Clearing House .1


For Rural Dade Car-Sharing Club


I First Organized_ Air Raid \I i,MEMBERSHIP PAVES MY{ .


TO TEST-UNITS"READINESS :To Issue Only A Books at School House t

for Permanent Gas
.Registering ; Ration 1 _. _____ __ __ .

INEMERGENCIES Neva King Cooper School audi- men said that an instruction meetIng -I TilE WEATHER I I With public transportation.

torium will be the place of regis- of teachers and other volunteer 'I Official weather report of the I cllitles almost totally lacking In

I itratlon for permanent gasoline workers for the gasoline reg.I Subtropical Experiment Station, the wide open spaces of agricultural
j Istratlon Would be held at 2 p. m.,I Homestead Florida. South Dade and even lit .1U
In the I
I rationing HomesteadFlorUda next Wednesday in the auditorli Dole I lie,. I Rai"23 ,
City area next Thursday, Friday .I um V- -. ., \\111..1 I 180 ;30.08, .as I I villages and. municipalities the
., I and Saturday, July 9, 10 and Other places of registration la I June 28 . a8 10 130.09, .II I.' forthcoming stringent giuolin rationing >
11, Principal B. M. Hindman, the Redland District will be' Red*i June 2'1 .. 89 88 130-04 tracs make It necessary. that away
Dade Oeuety'a tint co-ordinated chief registrar announced Wed' land Farm Life Sihool and Perrint June 28 811 j III .23 I I be found to live automobile

air raid drill will take place today nesday.Asking.. Elementary school. June 211- t10; T3 I '! 9w"erm this ,..re, Jl'81't.thall.th.
P .}- r 1 btytM time'late this tt. .thaf.>. appeaf'be made' 'OnJ'ntn.' *pgi.; win be Juno 3091 Ii 13.0.0:1: 1 quota ofgasoline. that will.\u allowed

dresses er early this evening, although : for volunteer registrars, Mr. Hind- issued at the school KRs. Applications ,July J. 011 14 130.011BIG' the average mulurUt In
I tor "B' and "C" books metropolitan centers.To .
early ,reports had it that (must be made to the local ration. I >> this end the Ho nrt,,",lId
the' stand-by period would be from ONLY 360 SIGNEDINaRRISTRATiON|ling board after an "A" book GENERATOR Leader U sponsoring the fontaWonvttf .

I S to 11 p. M. I beta obtained, for the "B" I Ir I a Rural Car-Sharing v':ub

.Y!. IV: Rhtney' dlvuuoa air raid 'C' book .*rt, ,u >pies -" ha'I' with tht Homestead office M
*.wmdeiv' .for this "ares. ld"'Wt tfcne5>'Th' "board lias 'bUlce. r It):nKOPERATINfLATE ( .County Agricultural Agent ell. ..
4 (Continued on Page Seven) |Steffani as Its clearing house
night'! that the air raid test would BY DRAFT BOARD TillS WEEK' ;;| Such a plan of sharing u ni.pcrtatlon .
be only for I abort period and he ,! i was suggested! In the
+ asked the, complete cooperationof NEED 50 PUPILS I Homestead Rotary Club early U.li!

all resident in observing air Only 360 men registered In the Homestead municipal I year by Luther L. Chandler, cl 't.
raid rule and orders of air raid The light ,
wardens during the test period. territory of Draft Board No. T of TO FILL GAPS IN aryl water department expects to''i iI of man the of the Dade agricultural County diM Defense

The test is expected to give first Dade County in the registrationheld i put in operation this week the big I Council but in the absence of g.

lid and relief units of the Dade Tuesday for men In the 18,19 WELDING RANKS;,800 kilowatt diesel-driven: ,ener.. aliening to spur promotion of
County Defense Council their
first and 20 year brackets, according to 'tor' for which an addition to the)the plan no progress was m.do.
to ascertain
opportunity their At that time Mr. St ffani) oftored
degree of preparedness to meet an Wm. J. Geronimo chairman of the light! plant was recently built. I;
At least fifty ;applicants; )I the facilities of his office as a
board. are
air raid emergency Coordinationof The! two generators now in
; of
clearing home for the txcnange
needed to In
enroll the welding
the various safety units of the The Jurisdiction Board 7 extends classes at the Homestead arc High-|I operation have's capacity of 829 transportation.Car .

defense council was only recently ''from the Monroe County School vocational building order kilowatts so the total capacity ell I outers who belong W a

Rue provided.of Homestead In this area appointed Frank B. lint into Coral Gables, and a regis. to keep them here, said J. H. Calahan ,,I the plant will be 1420 kilowatts i car-sharing club will be allowed
was of when the recently acquired; unit Is a supplementary ration of 18
commander of Division One and tratlon of about one thousand had manager the United i I
States Bureau. ]In operation. i coupons over slid above the 48
as such 1M functions at coordinator I been expected, Mr Geronimo said Employment j
of the basic book A-with
Those wishing to enter the The maximum load carried by f coupons
of the activities of the air At Homestead High School 41 ,
lit classes must apply throughthis the light plant last winter was 7301 I each of the coupon having a unit ;
raid wardens. the medical auxiliary whites and 23 negroes were regis.tered .
value of four gallons subject to
bureau. They do not have togo kilowatts. Requirements of the : "
corps transportation division ;_Rectland farm Life School to Miami to do so, however, as army air base and bomber ferrying change If warranted by the supplyof
and other units. Hit aides registered 21 whites Goulds colored ., gasoline "
Bruce Davis, co-ordinator of command, together with-other an.tlclpated'defense
are: Henry Brooker, Jr., and I. C.Chronis. school, 39 colored] ; and Per- national Installations, ) Elsewhere on page one of this i
defense training in Dade are
rutt whites.
i elementary bounty, will be at the city hall at expected to Increase the maximum Issue appears a car-sharing cou-
Residents art not expected to Principal B. M. Hindman, chief la I p. m. Monday to register load by 400 kilowatts next winter, (Continued on Page SenD)
lay at home and wait for the air
registrar at the Homestead regls cants for the welding course.Persons thus bringing the total maximumto
raid warning but are urged to go trs\ion, belives the light tegiatra.lioq .!I 17 years of .PPII-I 1130 kilowatts-leu than 300

(Continued on Page tight is explainable by the absenceof elder are eligible to enroll kilowatts from the plant's, capa CHURCH HONOR

school-age. youths on summer free' welding classes city.

JULY 10 NOW SET vacations employment.and on defense others who'Jobs away have I, 12 MEMBERS NOW\


''AS FINISH DATEIN from. checked our graduation lists I RURAL CAR- SHARING CLUB IN U S. SERVICE
tor tn yean back said Mr.

Hindman "and were able to account I County Agent's Office, Homestead, na.I I
RUBBER DRIVEPresident for aU but one U-year-old In honor of U boys from the

1_.id ke came In just as we were I Please IM me and air ear in the Rural Dade Car-Sharing dub. Homestead Presbyterian Church
,getting ready to send out for him," I In order that 1 pay do my part in Insuring an adequate supply who are In the armed forces of
Roosevelt has extended .f gasoline and rubber for the residents of agricultural South !their country, a Christian Ug
until midnight July 10 the I Dade Gusty who have. only their private cart tt depend *. II given by the Sunday school Will
1 crap rubber collection campaign Movies fog Women for trasisporfoUoa.Name be dedicated Sunday at the morn.

because the response VU disappointing I Slated Here July 10 ;Ing service hour, 11 clock, announces .

f and yielded only 219,009 ........;.................................................................... the Rev. George IL Ru-ks
tons as ,f June 27. I pa.torhe church. An American
Collection totals of Individual A fret picture show and a discussion by Individuals of
tilling stations :vert not obtained of home problems for Mail Address..........._.......................Phone................. i the church flag given will be dedicated it tine

*:yesterday, but one) Homestead women of the Redland District street Street Mme time.
distributor reported that the grand will take place at 10:30: next The names of the twelve In

n total to far for stations he served neaday morning In the Wed-I I live on.._.___._.__dime neai...::...:;..._... ._.._4rt.. service are Inscribed also on. an
war".000 pounds-which is not Theatre, Announces Mr*. Don ? honor roll that occupies a prominent

d considered I disappointing figure reyra, captain of the .. A. M.I .. I place. In the chliirch./
for this sparsely settled rural VMS tbe-homt program of the Dade 1 sore late Reassessed at ,-, fp >tf.'teu t 'r.0'O'hel. t ,, use, They are: WUUam A. Arthur,
The boys lad girls la South County Defense Council. M. J. Dealer, Jr.
We& nary. Fri: Q *.*. sad leave Retry Eekrtna
Dade think F. D. K. is tot good The program will be presentedby 0 0 I Frank Graham, H. H. Graham,
l a guy to be Jet down on this old & the community service division A.. M.T. James W Hathawa S.
M. the some days)
rubber deal and they are Continue of the Dad County Defense Council Hathaway, Ed.: R. Hlckson, Utv
fill to bring everything that looks and a member the defense 18o to Miami at eat Q I.*. Q tuna 0.Tuck .f fdon Hlckson James Nixon. Mart!
feels lit smells like rubber to the council will be In charge of the nWetL rm ra.M n FrI. n Sat. lad return a4 __ r. M. on C. Plummer and R. C Jackson. I
filling stations-which continueto discussion. the SUM- days).-' A. M. i The pastor win preach on 'True
pay one cent a pound for the Door prizes win be'given, Mrs. !Freedom.* Dr C F Robinsonwill (
crap, regardless of Us condition. 'Ferreyra said i have charge of the mur<-

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Made 1 qilwr n ed'Mr fM weekic 3kuldeliytng''tbei' UnlTenitr Making Wari

.mum :DEADS Umftrdtti.B plan an*.larrlvaj'W. . Yale *f,FloridaAhjaJJteed
Good Jfefrfcbor jCenter
I CIA y1m. M.' ..tistawrtw_ been 1
WORLD: ROTARY Goine ville. 7u17 I I'fJS-'ne tau P40 .warded- '1 the''contract for the W: D. aeDf( .this newspaper:jwfl I
United-State.-office of education
Home warehouse which will be asked by the University of JToridjf
has selected the University of i
AFTER ELECTION Florida for one of 29 in -.Amlr1. YIIe e.Lrrre M..I_ era.-_' ,built west" of Chaae and Company.It to 'co-operst In the univenrty

I can demonstration centers. t- . :.";,-:: S will be a two 50 story CO.type. .andconcrete ", efforts to know the'name of every
structure x
The natlon'l "good neighbor"policy :.:: am* _a.-. __ I former student who is 'now letmilitary
Toronto, Canada June SO- will be' interpreted In the.tale' .wee ts.stear, 1 s I I"unlnmlmUlnIl "l-"Rev. 'Ch",M': White,who la service. '
Delegates, representing 1,100 Rotary
public schools under the pastor of the Homestead Baptist The office of frank. S. W
Cub in ION 50 countries of plan of the center and ,every : lllllmnrnmlnt% Church, resigned his pastorate last University'of Florida, Gainesvtll r.
the- world, at the final session of I
teacher and pupil in Florida will Jane tt, 1IH Sunday, to take effect in Septem announce that It has been malt
the S3rd annual convention of Rotarjr -
have I real opportunity to becomemore ber.It has been-made possible Ing an Intensive effort In ,
International, Thursday elect. Intelligently informed as to -"R. H. Rice of Coconut Grove for Rev. White to attend the month recent
In building a 'war 1UfA
ed Don Fernando Carbajal of Lima, I will build big packing house at at Fort
the problem existing la the western a Southwestern Seminary of Florida alumni, and it is
Peru Rotary president for the year Goulds of the Amerclan . nov]
hemisphere, according to Dr. for use Worth Texas, for two years. estimated that
Beginning July 1. Mr. Carbajal li I Douglas Haygood, director of theUniversity's Fruit Growers' Inc., near the rail!Mrs. White and children expect to 4,000 former student approximately of the UBverslty ]
vice-president of the Peruvian Institute of Inter. road. Site 50 feet wide and 111 leave for Fayetteville, N. c., about are In service.
Telephone Company In Lima and American Atfaln.'UONS 'feet long,' two stories high, with(I July tth to visit relatives there, University officials will
it former state engineer of Peru. I apPl''
11 foot porches all sides. from where she will go with ReV.
data very much a post card Ito
In addition to six directors from INSTALL There will be installed an electric White to Fort Worth." Mr. Wright at Gainesville'simply
North America, the Rotarians machine for stampingthe
following stamping -"Fletcher Bryant broke his giving the name of the!
were elected to the boardof Blue Goose brand on all first "
arm while cranking a car. young men of this 'community in|
directors of Rotary Intern grade fruit. . M. A. Parker of
W. OWENS has recently some branch of. the armed ,
Davis ser
-"J. V. purchased ]
tonal for 1M2-43: P. H. W. Almy, Gould is district manager for the '
Torquay, England; Richard R. company. ." the Homestead Bottling vices. askits' |
Works from E. R. Woodbury and This newspaper Is glad W
Currie, Johannesburg, Union
South Africa: ; Dr. Manuel Gallfarela New officers for the Redland -"TII. Royal Palm Truckers'Association will take possession on July 1st." readers to co-operate In this]
held a meetln..t'thelr'packln
District Lion Club were installed request from the iversi\y, .
of Homestead -
Havana, Cuba; Don Ar. -"Th' Business men
house on Tuesday of last
Tuesday night by Harley R. Core,
mando Hamel. Santiago Chile; week,. when they elected the following have organized a club and (
Immedlategjuist president jLJ*>* ClUb'because of the"second of the Home building
Francis A. Kettaneh. Beyrouth, have named it tile -
officers for the president
club. W 1717M. Owen of Goulds: year;
Lebanon; and C. J. Steigcr, Zur., H. L. Cook; secretary, T. D. so many of the people that consisting of 12 rooms, baa
Is the J. R. Graves, '
W, Switzerland. new president; are not < 'cracker' are apologizfag been rented for clubrooms, ;.
Piche The. directors are: Blair
first J. W, English, 0
vice-president; A .radio outfit .will'be !
V for not being one. ,The pur'poseufthe.club installed
"Despite wartime condition In Cook, G. Young Chester RedeLO.rll.
second Walter
vice-president; be,to good at kJTearir atfloanable; tot .
shall promote ty.tenlng
:practically every country in which Weiss, third president; Chat. Shawr Dr Manuueand I bn-'snytnhxg east
_ :Jletary club are located," said M. P. Wallam. ." fellowship among Its members and In of the
L. Ooley, secretary T 1. Kirby, %
; to advance the interest of the I Mississippi River. J, B., Moffettf
.Tom.J. Davis of Butte, Mont, "C. M. Redd left for Mont
treasurer Ed Callaher, tall twister '
particular section in which it I 1'1 was elected president of the dull
president of Rotary Internationalfor ; and Sam J.: Davis, lion tamer. morencl, S:C., on Tuesday, where held \ .*
located.: .'. The entire north side It a meeting JMI-42, "Rotary has pro- R. B. Barfleld and R. R. Kinard he win spend the next five or fix
ireased this year In number and were Installed sa directors for two ..".

In strength. New Rotary clubs, yean, and H. E. Kendall and J. F.Hanunett "Paul Turnage has opened up
have been organized not only In as director for one the most complete machine
all of the countries of the Americas
year. In this section of the state
but alto In Australia, India,: whops
At the beginning of the installation -
was Key
Ceylon, England, Wales, and Iceland ceremonies, Core introduced
ndajt tnd Monday visiting Mr.
at the rate of more than two who
the other past presidents
and Mrs. F. Flei .
new club each week of the year,"I I wen present. W. O. Talbott, Chat.'Pratt -"Mr. and Mrs.ate Cawley and 0 Ei

The 7,000 Rotarians and members *' Dr. George Ruehle, J. S. family, of Goulds who are awayon
of their families In attendance:t I Peters and S. J. Lynch.
an trip through the
at the convention listened to a 4.1 Core told of the early beginningsof north, have been detained in relurninfijidme i 21-1lourAmbulance Service
day program of addresses :I the club and of Its growth pnd due to the fact that

prominent speakers from manycountries I accomplishment during the past while they were In Detroit. Michigan LADY ATTENDANT
of the world, headed by, nine years Hi also outlined theI
purchasing a new Cadillac sedan
HH Excellency, the Earl of Ath-l I I duties of each officer jk that they to drive home In, their ion Phone 270 Homestead, Fla.::

lone, governor general of Canada,!i land other club members might contacted scarlet fever, and was:
and participated in numerous dls.'1 know what la expected of them.

meetings which were all' President S. J.. thch ., . ,, i
tuition Retiring "" ".' I l' '
eyed to the main convention was presented with a past presi,I : :. ..j" \ ": ': ,
.theme Intensifying each RoUry :I dent's scroll by Secretary Ooleyat :

club's program of wartime the conclusion. of. the installa i
.Service to Its community and to Its tion.
country. Piano solos by Mr. Wilder
Hlghjpota ;> Jilt entertainment Gaby provided musical entertainment NOTICE: TAXPAYERS

program of the convention were I for the meeting.George . I
"Toronto'aMjIIlcel Welcome to Oldham, a Florida -Power .,
"Rotary with a concert by the'! and Light official, will speak

Toronto Symphony Orchestra conducted on war gases at next Tuesday's As
by Sir Ernest meeting. provided under Section 5, Chapter 20,722,

the ten-pianoensemble MacMIll.n.j Acts of '1941 the Dade Assessment roll
to'. Manifesto Croup conducted by comedienne; and a spectacular Ice County
Miss Mona Bates, and Grade{I'carnival featuring many of North
Fields, famous British singing America's finest skaters. for 1942 will be submitted to the Comptroller

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"""'"'''''''' '' " a'" "" " " "" Commissioner, for approval, immediately after

: July 1st. Commencing July 10th, the ,assessments

Repair Work on All . for the current year will be available, to

.. ; everyone personal
: covering real,' and intangible'

Makes of Cars : property and this office will remain open from 8

A. M. to 5 P. M. to furnish information regarding

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Keep Your Car In Shape assessments. Then, as advertised, the Board of

Equalization will convene in the Commissioners'

"Consene- Your Car For Your"Country"
Offices on the Tenth. Floor of the Court House, r

We have a few GOOD cars left Monday July 27th and ,will remain in session for

1 with'fair tires; Worth l looking at if one week or such length of time as is necessary to

j you need transportation. complete the equalization.

See about truck. :R
us a new
: All complaints before the Board must be in
j :Maybe you are eligible. We have a !

few' on hand, and after they are writing and should be presented, addressed'to'

sold&W ,' I the Board as soon as convenient,.in order that the

? :.,;- Complaints maybe thoroughly rechecked the
: Wrecker SCniceDay or Night by

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BIRD CHEVROLET 'COMPANY ( : . { l i !. ';" ;'-: :! Respeetian 1IUbmttttct, -
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Olieet Cfcevrefet Dealer *. bat Ceet ,

NONES M DAY IM-J NIGHT I : County Tax Assessor.

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74lH Friday, July 3, 1942
__" Paw TRreaiw : '

: I.. LMTLM: First Aid Unit to Hold I The Junction and plans et the 'Mrs. Rodgers: who tame here boos,,awe1 'J. W. Whlttemore
ear Open (House SaturdayThe Station will.he explained by melnkiijUtrtht -(I' .. yean ago from Calhoun Ga.;' f>.Z, rma more,p i OfebnaiL Ca.
Our i .nUrho win > public Is Invited w Inspect Oardenr with her twit daughters I ,
"" Men in Service the Princeton first aid station of 1\1rs.R081 Lee Rodgers , Mrs G C. Brook nod Mrl : I't-. I'; '
I the Dade County Defense Coun: '73, Dies in S. Allapattah H. A. Graft
1ffirf *,* '* *' ** !/t*,* cil's auxiliary medical corps on( Besides her two daughters she It YJII. .
i I Saturday from I to 6 o'clock an.| Mrs foes Lee Rodgers 73, died survived also by twq other daughters iwTts
Vridly4 Harold (Pete) Campbell, ton CfMr I tnounces Mrs. Eugene Fontaine.'Monday at the home of a daughter,, Mrs. J. W, Moss of Calhoun WARBONDS
and Mn. A. J. Campbell, and I captain. The station la located In I i Iin South Allapattah Gardens after and Mrs. R. D Suber of Moultree;
*a Virgil Bailey ion of Mr. and Mn.(the South Florida Growers Ex-.a lingering Illness. The body was two sons L. B. Rodgers of South
rem E E. Bailey, left Wednesday for 1'i change quarters Jn the old Log I sent l\iesday by Turner Fungal Allapattah Gardens and Earl: STAMPS
r Camp Blanding where they will.Tavern building on the Federal Home to Moultree. Ga. for funeral Rodgers of Gainesville; three: 'III'
I Do*J take final examinations for entering I highway just south of Princeton. services and burial brothers B. F Whittemore of Cal
nateiy .the army air corps ai cadet 1-

Ted Oldendorf, who was Inducted
Ippc into the army at Camp Bland-
t sent ing June 24, baa been placed in
esvIf., the engineer corps. and tent to
f the Fort Belvolr, Va., for training 0 PhoneAIcCrory's
sein a D
i David Roberta ton of J. H.
Roberts of Homestead, has entitled 67
i ask inn the coast artillery corps of the ,
I this army and waa at Indianapolis,
waiting to be assigned for trainIng -
; according to a letter received
chid, by his father Wednesday David
bas CCCFANSTOCREATE was formerly a membe* .dfjthtf '" t


xi ., ;DAILY:,t 0.A:x.10:30 A..M.30 P. M.t SAT.:.9:30 A.M.10W( A.M4: :4.-OO P.M.,900; :P'M.ti .



.. h' .. ". : PORK AND ,:'\ :.C A a.E'FL01)R'. : LARD:

,Electric fans will cool,
of given the by Fourth the Junior-of July Woman's dance to Club-be I BEANS I Pkgo .25c 4 lb.:'plg."c.

of the Homestead Chamber of Saturday Commerce night building inI 2. No. 21/2 cans Z'C BOSCO LIMITCAMP'5 !'

announces Mrs. T. J. Walker,
general chairman.
J Proceeds of the dance will be
used to buy equipment for the VAN ,
?, Homestead emergency surgical j ,AMPLIFIER: COFFEE
station of the Dade County Defense TENDERONI
Council auxiliary medical A Delicious Chocolate Malt
corps. Flavored,Syrup 1 Ib 30c
- will be 2 for
f Dancing from 10, until Pkgs. i.c
,1 to music furnished by Roger Jar 'z5c LIMIT
Sanfonf orchestra from Miami. 1 PACKAGE,FREE
The building will be decorated
to patriotic. colors,under the.direction BIRDS EYE OAK HILL
of Mrs ,
Burley Pendy
decorations chairman She#,111*e 4 '
assisted by Mn:Stuart Jla\,'Mr..rAlien ;AJPLESAQCE: : :FrozenTOMATOES .
Meal,Mrs,Alton Home;Mrs I
Roberta Harrison Mrs,:Augustus .. . .. PEACHES ... '
Wynn Mr.' Ted Oldeadorf. Miss :'z,"No.2. cogs 2 c 3. mi., 2 jCUS ._'7"' )
Birdie Horoe'and Miss Margaret :
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MILK; '. 5 PRESERVES Tumbler '
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Pate Four HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE_ Friday; July 3. 19d-, ".



..- ___... as Tea..wrrsr y ATTRACTS THOtfSAtQSMUSA i
UIMr Hotel Mr. Wthk
,'....... rrW-rt It 11--.1. rig.9r I"Y ISLE TYPICAL MO/AH taw www..w M to.a..his_"Cuwawet t or n,. =arl.w= d,
tW a..4e Publishing Compeer. with hID .,1._. AoW.- ea.4..aeon . !
wucalmOIt aeluis to Agnes W.I. ate n. a.
Do4o C-tp -. 'I.M KtVflt MIAMI FtOetOA, OfffUS AN Nth SHrwt, Iliad, FU. .
...... II 0..0 Con___.-. 511.11ti UNUSUAL / .HERE ) >MAY Dade County' home defense i
t.r.d DO ease ileaa man matter d asftve nvf ft/A/A/r HOKIOA ,,"up contemplates a fleet of 400
:= It.fell.: ; : =dr:60aIle* of&web SEMINOLES IIV/MG AND 0lftN6 ambulances. "
5. U1t. s e a i
IN rue SAME mmvr fASMtott
One of the "bl, steel concern
advertise that during
No HolidayWar May Ita
plant alone turned out sufficient
Production Chairmen NeU steel plate to build a hundred
ion tilled on American to Ob- ANA CROCODILES AS VflL ihlp .a

.Independence Day this year AS A CCHfSHeftSIVCOUIC7MK The editor of an Important Eng.
by working for their freedoms, Of INDIAN llih newspaper, the Manchester
because "we at home dare nol C0XIOS ADD COLOR TO Guardian, ha been studying our
have "i July fourth holiday In wr 'tHIS l11TI'Ill'STlNfiIXNI61r newspapers and 1* amazed at their
production." size, compared with his belled
The V S. war production pro- down four-page one. American
tram, ht said, will can for two newspaper could save space and
hundred twenty billion dollars money and their reader time U
worth of war goods, of which one they would discard those halfpagescare
hundred forty billion dollar must heads; throw out 90 per cent
be bought at the average rate of i lot the purely puerile piffle of their
six billion dollar a month during society, sports, theater and nightspots
this year and next compared with! pans; and let.,, bank and
the current 'rat* of three billion i .-,..... bond buyer depend' upon; their
eight hundred million dollar a Wall street Journal for their news
month. . .... F/SH MTH { on stock and ,bonds. Just then
FOUR "WINGS" Ik* broke In with "Yeah, effen
gourd ask me I'd leave tut
; say ft
Hither' is World's Richest !! lot 6t them naked women ant, _,
Man : : ff.t : "grlnnln' gals .pitcher. i

HUler Is-In his own private THE ttUt-UVM&te flYltt6 flSH '_ Cuba la going modern. When anew
pt'I'.nn-the richest nun In the OFTEN OtC *f IN lAA&t SCHOOLS J; cabinet wa recently appoint
world. He Is also the world's Off TMt COAST Of.ftOAlOA, ; ed President Batista elected *
greatest armament and war prof woman a* one of the four members .
iteer. to serve without specified
Full Information on this vast, 'duty-sort of "handy Andy*
money-making plan Of Hitler's ha KNOW YOUR NEIGHBOR zinc, lead, silver and antimony, all . 1
now been collected In London, and awaiting further exploration and The Germans have swarmedover
has been made public by Paul Anderson I developmentNor much of the western hemi
speaking over the B. B. C.tranMflltslon. * * a * * 4s this all. Only I ferrying sphere. When Mexico Joined dp
dtotance from Key West with [with the Allies 1,000 Germans
The facts are a* follows: regular steamer running between asked to be lent home( In safety.
* * v* * *
lit the spring ot 1133 Hitler I * Its port and those of the Untied 'Many had married there and be.
trummoned some of ,the big German CP.A.U.CUBAWORLri . >) i State, the Republic of Cuba, Im- com Mexican citizens, but Oejvman.
Industrialists and bankers, $ SUGAR BOWL portant a* it,i* In Vie world's sea- loyalty. hal deep root.
Including Krupp von Bohlen and, lanes of today, stands, too, at a k .
State Chancellor Relnhardt an told them that he wished to have I j to the world supply of sweet,, climate, nor great natural beauty, of tomorrow. Already! plane of make the statement. "No gam.
a fund put at his disposal for I Cuba had perhaps the bitterest I nor even all combined, that lay at the Cuban-Puerto Rico route, !blinf, be if crooked or otherwise,
chotlt,.. t with stops also in Haiti and the I con operate without the connivance
struggle for Independence fn all the bottom of "Pearl of the An:
The leader of the German Industry -: Dominican Republic, have built Upa i of officials. Bollta Is, of
were complaisant; and It|I the Ions story of new world revolt: tilles" ar romantic choice of title considerable passenger, mail and ,course, the most crooked game fn
was arranged that t sum equal fo\| against old world tyranny. i iI for Cuba. All played their part,' light freight traffic, while planesof rail the World. Now, just presuming
one-half of one per cent' of the Cuban sugar made Its first bid, no doubht. ,But the island'' great the Pan American Airway that like condition pro.
total wage bill of German Indu.-( for world fame hardly twenty!value, from the early day of ex- bound for Panama and east and I duce like results, what the
try should be paid annually Into i,years after discovery of the Island]Jploratlon I conquest and I colonlxs- west coast port of South America Observer laid coup nnivence"be
Hitler's personal banking account i!by Columbus In 14112. Diego Val. lion.. to independence at the turn call at the busy and beautiful Cu- true In other Florida counties?
This tribute Is levied only from I jasquez I sent by the Spanish crown 1 1i lot our century, was geographical ban republic both going and com- I . a .
the larger units of the German i In Ull to subdue the primitive I Spanish conqulstadore used the bit Jack Bell say there were 2,600
Industry. Hitler doe not bother Siboney and to govern their is-J( Island as base for numerous expeditions Conspicuously( Cuba I I. a country 'rice horse her last racing season,
about the small fry land, tried whether the newly discovered to the mainland. I* was Ot the future. The full luster ,With their owners, jockeys attendant .
The money Is collected throughthe ,lajid would produce the from Cuba that Cortez set out tor of the "Pearl ot the Antilles" has and hangers-on, and that
Reich Association of German luxury weet. The result made his conquest of Mexico. Habannwa not.yet been seen.Children the purses could not near meet ex.
Industry and similar organizations news. Sugar, In those days, was rendezvous for ships laden tlen.... So what Wen.do your
Inside each firm, the affairs *f prized chiefly as a medicine, with treasure for Spain. French, own "whaling".
the Adolf Hitler Spende are dealt though a taste for It was spreading British, and Dutch buccaneers in Court .
with by the section on labor and, among the rich, who alone could sought repeatedly to wrest the By ledge Malcolm IracfleU Not wishing to be captious about
social questions, and the contributions -!lpay the price. The Spanish word port from Spain, and t lltd. With the matter, I yet believe it would
from firms are entered on ".IUC.I'" was a survival of the ancient , Spain at war with Great Britain SOCIETY CAN REDUCE add more to our military success
their balance sheets under the' Persian "shaker," meaning and France In 17(2, Habana was if we would pay attention to beatIng .
heading of social expenditure.These small grains famous Arabian taken by a British army, only to JUVENILE CHIME ptf.the German subs lafesting
contributions to Hitler I doctors had used it In their compound -' be returned to Spain, by treaty, a Soon after a gang of thirteen our shores-taking 11 ships m'13
are not, of course, really paid by' *. the Crusader had formed year later. youthful offenders hail been days-rather than In spending
the German Industrialists themselves -I a liking for It In the Holy Land So It was more because of the placed on probation, the Judge time in electing "mam and
or by the shareholder In i and had done not a little to pro- Island's key position than because called meeting of all public spirited fussing ever gloves for she petticoat .
their companies The big Industrlalnts mot ti use tn Central Europe.f tt It* possibilities as a producer citizens In the county and remarked brigade. .
are allowed to reckon+Ira,;* fifteenth, century: saw Span- of wealth that Cub was to suffer "I am firmly convinced e t *
their contribution to the AdolfHitler and Portuguese exendingcultivation more than others, and to. wm that the Indifference of the public I Reader*! Digest hid MpWIsnehls'nad -
Spends as part of their I of sugar cane Into the through to independence later and the somewhat halt-hearted attempts from which It U Jed
working costs. And a* paymenllon new world. than any other American republic which have been made to to exclaim that all these claims If
these contract are reckonedon I'I But It wa not sugar, not_ 1osc(.I. except Panama There were to be prevent delinquency, ar* the primary ,vast superiority of cigarette brands
the basil of Cost plus ten percent : eighty years of bitter struggle factor which will cause the Is I lot of buncomb, as the olntl
profit the Industrialist certain amount by May 1st, 1934, They were to produce national thirteen boy I placed on roba- of superiority" difference toltl4
themselves actually make an econ generally ont half of one per cent'heroes such as Jose Marti, Bartol-jtlon to become repeated offender lie on a pin point '
personal profit out of these ,of the wage bill of 1931. me Maso and Maximo Gomez; to Unless their home and their communities :
tributions. In 1933, when this swindle was culminate In a war between Spain can be Improved, these We Flordlaris think we know our .r
The money for the Adolf Hitler'i g started., It brought Hitler\ In about and the United States the Treaty children, who could develop Into coconut; yes, in a weak way we
Spend Is, in fact,, finally providedBy 000,000. With the rapid increaseI1 of Paris, and Cuban freedom at worthwhile future citizens, will be do. Pathfinder maf..tlM says that ,
the German taxpayer-end th I of German rearmament, however, last among the rank bf the four million India 1* the greatest coconut-pro '
German workers to particular..jthe wage bra of the bill Indus'trUllsta -I Sugar still leads all else tn the criminals who prey upon society during country in the world with
.I'he' whole scheme I* simplythe' also Increased and so did{Cuban economy, with the Island's at an annual cost of fifteen a million and a half acre of them
conspiracy between I!the yield of the Adolf Hitler peculiarly fine tobacco second. billion dollars tn other words, yielding three and a half billion
big Industrialists to rob the German ''I Spende. By 1938, Hitler yearly But It la by no means certain that the Indifference of so-called public nuts I year- end they use aU o(
public German newspapersre j Income from this source was over the day will not come when they,' spirited citizens Is on* of the foremost them at home.
hot, of tours allowed to mention -' $8000,000, and since the outbreak a* well as the pineapples, orange% reasons why these youngsters
the Adolf Hitler Spend But'I k of war It must have risen fart grapefruit, and choice Vegetablesthat will engage In future criminal ca_ these boys may posisbly be gifted
there Iva: cautious reference to higher. go to swell Cuban export, reers." With Inherent aptitudes, which, to
In the famous German Brockhaus''I, In addition Hitler... the sol win give place to minerals In the Continuing his remarks, the spite bf their environment may
Encyclopedia: 1939 edition, whichread i owner of Zentral VerUg. the huge sum of the nation's wealth. Cuba Judge land "Th lt thirteen boys enable them to overcome the per
as follows: i German publishing combine which has bitumen of exceptional purity 111'II) little control over their nidous Influences that surround
"Adolf Hitler Spends, foundedin j yields a net profit of '30, O ,.OOGI and high quality. It I* believed destinies, for they are unable to them now. However, the remainn
1933 by the Reich Associationof I annually. that the Island asphalt bed will change'their environment, which, tog youngsters in this gang, less
German Industry and the Unionof .I i So Hitler Is not only the richest one day give it high place among In turn, furnishes the stimuli and fortunately endowed with willpower
Employer Association to re- man of th* world H* la also In the world' producers. la the early determining factor that will or moral strength are
J\ plaice Individual, collection The(la very direct fashion the world's province of Oriente and In other ultimately lead them Into criminal likely to succumb to their environment
f different branches of economy'rummltted I biggest armament and war prutlllter regions, are deposits of Iron, copper careen. Of course, there maya and develop anti-social
'( themselves to raise -Sou. ll tor Dsmourscy. I aaaagasMie .geld>'is erc>sry,; exoapUeoa,.as.three or,four oi tendencies and traits..

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t Friday July 3, -1942".. - 'HOMESTEAD LEADER AKDiENTERPRTSR Part Ffra

I weeks. Mist Barbara Watkins Of J Staff Sit Wchirt Mattoofi Of MAKES HONOR ROLL .
Anderson, S. C., who has been MacDlH Field spent the Week-end I
C Land, July 1-Among toe
visiting relatives In Coral Gables, here with relatives.
;i In and Around is visiting Miss Vara JUleney.I students who achieved honor roll

I Miss Catherine Rohret left rating tor scholastic work duringthe
Thursday to visit Mr. and Mrs.J. spring semester at Stetson
FLORIDA CITY H. Booker and family In Hen. Unlvessity, 1* a Naranja co-ed according -
1 HomesteadMr. I By Warren !{curry denonville, N. C. to recognitions released .i

I "" I here this week by Dean H. C. G...- t
; I Guests attending a swimming A special public missionary wood. Honor roll landing num-
tied party given by Mrs. E. R. Tlsdale service will be held Sunday morning bered a total of 76 students for
and Mr C. Hagler Rice antheir two son, Frank Hagler and I accompanied here by their daugh Everest were: Mrs. William An- odist Church. t.let.h-I The Naranja honor itudenf i*
Sorry, left yesterday to visit rela. ter. Miss Martha Fain, who has I gellni. Miss Rosalyn Powell, Mill Miss Mary Ann Brown. daughter t
fives la 'Tuscaloosa, Ala. been teaching in Sopchoppy, Fla.. I Ethel Pierce, Mill Lillian Angel- Harry Degler of Key West pent of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Brown. ,'
for the past year. ,!Inl, Owen Goodlng, William Fasula last week-end with relative here. She is enrolled In the college: of
1 MM. Virginia Edwards and he r -... , William Angelini and Earl hberal art*.
grandson Billy Aebt, who ba s Lieut. and Mn. D. G. Spellman Goodin,. THe party was held at Mn Jesse Caves and son, Merle,
been visiting here, left yesterdayfor and daughter, Jane, spent the the Homestead municipal swimming will leave this week for Puerto 'lon-Ift-II" and daughter, Mr.
Newman, Ga., where Billy will I week-end In the west and central: pool and was in the natureof Rico: where they will Join Mr. and Mrs Johnny Becker. 11 11tte.o
rejoin his parent, Mr. and Mrs. part of the state.; a farewell to Miss Everage who Cave who 1* employed there.Their "
Rudolph Aebt, left Wednesday for her home In other ton, Ronald will remain Helen and Glenn Schroeder left
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Jackson of Glenwood, Ala., after a visit Of with his grandparent, Mr. Thursday for Hobe Sound to visit
Mn. E. R Hlckion who ha I Homestead announce the birth of several month with Mrs. Tisdale and Mn. J. S. Cave their aunt, Mn. J. H. Arnold.
spent the last year and a half wither t an eight-pound-five-ounce ton In Mn. A. B. Langham of Eldred. -
Mrs. Alma Doxsee of South
lon-ln-law and daughter, Mr,. the James Archer Smith Hospital Fla. arrived Wednesday to attend Little Irene Phillips 1* ,I 1
Miami Wednesday at
wa a
and Mr. J. R. Hickion in Naranja,,, Sunday. the wedding of her cousin: Mill ing from the measles.Leo recover.j the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. K. ',
spent last week-end with another Mosely Sever.
Scott Sr.
Rohrer of Key
daughter, Mr*. E. C. Wallace, In G. M. Cooper had his tonsil removed ,
week-end with 1
Mr. and Mn. Frank Stalling the ,
Coral Gable and then left Mondayfor \
at the James Archer Smith
her home in Nathalie, Va. of Miami announce the arrival ofa HaroldSand Harvey Rohrer re-
Hospital Sunday. "
turned with him to Key West
son.b orn Sunday at the Jacksort,
Memorial Hospital. Mrs Stalling i iII
Frank B. Rue will return today Mn. Homer lack.on'lIf
Redland the former Miss Cherie Aldrich Mn. Selma Mattsorv of Caps HOTEL
from a three-day .business trip toT was In the hospital for treatment of Florida City. I Sable spent .last week-end with
mpa. from Friday until Tuesday.
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Misses Mildred and Margaret Mrs E. A. Carter Is visiting her r PATRICIA
Field, who have been employed at ton and daughterin-law, Mr. and I
Western Union operator at Petersburg Mr*. Tom Carter, In Santa Monica, FOR BEST-BOLT 312 S. E. 2nd Ave.
. Va. arrived here Wed- Cal.
nesday to visit their parent, Mr. The quality and sturdiness MIAMI fII
and Mr L. L. Field while await. Sonny Peters of Miami
spent of your new Home may not be II
Ing transfer to another city: the week-end here with his grandparents
determined by It* COlt alone.
Mr. and Mn. A. J. CampbelL Overlooking bay and river.
Mr*.-Cecil Sbbertson will leave The CHARACTER ot Building Two Meek from FUcfer
Sunday for Covlngton Ga., where'She' Materials chosen: will decide
will spend about ten day Mr. and Mn. E. H. Collier spent Integrity. Specify our Belt : Street
visiting her father, Dr. E. L. Trib- last week-end a* guest of Mr. and Building Materials! Qnltt, cool _forlable. !,
ble. \Sn\ Leon Burnett In West Palm
-- Beach. They were accompanied Refined ............ S{
Mr C. J. Partners of Homestead bT Mrs. Burnett' mother, Mrs. y
I* Visiting relative in Toledo. She Vera Summerlin who wa return BROOKER LUMBER CO. INC.
plans also to visit her son-in- Ing from a visit here. SPECIAL RATES
law and daughter, Mr. and Mr*. -
Lumber Doer. Tortst
Hardwire dads
John Frye, in Norwalk, O. I IJoin. Jack Jennets, who has been live PHONE HOMESTEAD. FLORIDA TO SOUTH DADERS j
i ing with his uncle, Paul ,Jennets,
Hassle Groom and her: while finishing the school term, j $1.25 Single
daughter, Bonnie, left Wednesday left recently by plane for Puerto .-
morning for Cherryvllle, N. C.I Rico to Join his mother, Mn A. I $2.00 Double
where they will spend several G. Buck, and Mr. Buck.- <

week visiting Mn. Groover son-j EDWARD STILINGREALTOR
in-ttw and daughter, Mr. and .In. Mn. O. M. Freeman who ha I
Item Eaker. been staying In Homestead with
I her son-in-law and daughter Mr. j
Miss Lenore Williams daughter find Mn. Frank Webb, 'for the Star oversight to nn+skMansacting

of Mr. and Mr*. Dan Williams of past two month, returned last "aalnn
Modello, has returned from Denim week to her home in Miami. Real Estate General Insurance I year J

where she attended the Intermediate another trip (""'lr1l1ll1.1II see, j jIf
league camp last week a* a Anne Rheney, accompanied by
delegate from the Homestead Patsy Magrahaft of Madison, S. C. NOTARY PUBLICCor. ,", time sad serves).
Methodist intermediate: league. returned .this week from Madison Palm Ave and Are. B Florida City, Fit. I
where Anne had been visiting PHONES MM AND Ml-M\
Mn. Fred Suber and children" Patsy will visit here for several J
Mat? Catherine Sally and Fred, --- i
Jr'are pending the summer with !!
relative In Morven, Ga.

Misses Shirley and Jeannean
Johnson ten Monday for their
borne in WrlghtsvUle ,Ca., after DON'T WASTE FERTILIZER
spending a week visiting their
uncle and aunt<< Mr. and Mn.

Howard Johnson. I

Mr. ah 4 Mn.:-M:' la*. Fain returned ,.t e o I e

Monday from a trip to rstlous nj
parts of southern Georgia !j




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.. meeting ol _.
-- Luncheon
The marriage of Miss Annie wu graduated from Redland High Episcopal Auxiliary at home of Rev. and Mn. O. Sewell -ere sertd.
Ruth Lea of Goulds to Corporal School In June.Corporal Mr*. Lee H. Lehman. Palmer were honored at an informal The room bad been attractively
Charles Angela V. S. A, If being Angela Is from Rome, July 4-Annual dance of Junior reception given by the W. S. decorated with potted ,palma and
I announced by the bride' mother, Tenn.. where he received his edu- Woman's Club. C. S for member and friends of bouquet*' of garden flower by
: Mr. Ruth Lee. The wedding took cation. He is now stationed .t ,July Meeting of B. P. W. C. the Homestead Methodl.t. Church Mrs Sam J. Davis.
place June 20 Columbia, S. C. Fort Jickson S. C. at home of Mn J. F. Harnmett Monday evening from 8 to 9:30 In Others present were: Mr. and

The bride hat spent most of her They will make. their home in July Installation luncheon of the Sunday school building. Mrs. Casper William, Mr. .and
: life In the Redland District, and Columbia. Legion Auxiliary In Bamboo Tav- Mt. Palmer, pastor of the Homestead Mrs. Dan Williams, Dr. and Mn.
church and Mrs Palmer A. M. Logan, Mr. and Mrs. Jason
ern.July 6-Junior Woman's Club came her last'week" from St. Avery, Mr and Mrs. H.. L. Brown
I's :MISS MADGE LUCILLE THOMPSON WEDS I business meeting; In clubhouse at Petersburg Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Close, Mr. and

; ARTHUR McKEE, JR., IN GABLES CEREMONY tpm.; In the receiving line with Mr Mn. Roy Darby, Mr. and Mr. J.
July Homestead W. S. C. S and Mrs Palmer were Mrs. B. M. G. Wynn Mr. and Mn. Adam En-

--Florida State College for Women meeting In church. Hindman, WS.CS. president nla, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. MUll,
Mini Madge Lucille Thompaoiwai
and member ot the Redland District Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Reason, Mr.
married Friday evening to where she wa majoring In chem-
JUNIOR CLUB sWTS Ministerial Association, Dr. J. and Mn. Lloyd Field. Mr. and
Jr. In the Cora litry. While there she wa I
Arthur McKee ,
E. Johnston the Rev Lewis Min-
PIANO FOR DANCESA Mrs. David Williams Mr*. MollieWingateMrs
of I1
member Astronomy
Cabin Methodist Church. TheRev tee. the Rev. A. L. Burgneo,.tbe Bush Mrs.L .
Carlock Hawke, pastor of Mr.: McfeJE/b/ the ton of Mr. piano for dance in the Chamber : W. Y. ;
of Commerce building bu Rev. George H. Ricks and the Rev. P. McLean...Mr. M. M. Avery,
and Mr* Arthur Bridgeton .
church performed cere McKee
: that N. J. fttr'completing been purchased by the ,JuniorWOman'I Robert H, Spear., Mrr. S ,F. Matthews., Mrs, 4N W.
mon)'. Club of Homestead after Presiding at the punch bowl English. Mrs. E. S..Capllnger. Mr*..
school he
1.11'1I. Marry Finder of Miami the high .t.Brldgeton, at-
were Misi.MarJorie ,Moser..Mist
ttnded Princeton, University for action ta_ i eallad"maet- Earf Pacetti; -Mrs, -IvanMoaer' ,
forWr Leon
Miai Edna Booth and '
Alfa Webster and Miss Nina Pearl
Ing Tuesday-evening at the home Mn. At S. Moye; Mrs Selma
He here five
Chambli of Homestead were the two years. came yean

attendant The bride. .wore. a .tan, suit with ago municipal and bal swimming been,manager pool and, of ten the or Third Mr.*...treet.1"Ted OMendorf ti on. "N.. 'W.,'., Bush. ecold..and .sandwich... a'Reitt.'I u Mn'. 'l'ii.) :McNeill.X:L)3uri0se3) Mrs. H.;-

darker} tan tfcceworte Mrr Phi nil court for the past two yeanHe It was voted to buy a piano Immediately may-have become alkaline by decomposition MX*9 J\TD.tBedd,"Mil.Helen Livingston -,
.and place it In the an acd treatmentmay ; Misses Antoinette 8leSH41ertMotdbIldarJlfctu.
I is scoutmaster of the Homestead
wore a blue I dress with i whiteaccessories. *
..- - << troop of Boy- utl.Hints building for the club's Fourth'@fl' restore the color. Sponging I
Mr McKee who- born "In July dance. 1 J!with' dilute lemon Julot followed MW-Mary Elierr'Deadag: .'' Uoore
was I 4.+++r+++++++++++++ by water may do the trek.: Williams Jane Thurman, Ray and
Homestead li the daughter of E:
one-Inch Perspiration stains on white material Fay, vCaplljiger,: Dorothy- Avery;
Z. Thompson Valedictorian :'of thick or less. With the .
toHousewives often bleach out easily wth: B.' M. Hindman-Sam J. Davis,
her graduating clan at Homestead regulates on the range set for '
peroxide of hydrogen to which a Willard Norman James and Billy
and the
broiling steaks set at these
School in 1839 the hat Just
I High
distances I I few drop of ammonia have been Brown and Wctyter Williams.
at from the source of heat,
completed her Junior year I
added. When this the
using lay
; the temperature at the surface of
the steak will be approximately330T stained portion of the garment over
a steaming water IP.I
which Is a moderate temperature
IfOLD INSTALLATION uly the solution with a medicine
Plant for the Installation luncheon i 4.4.++4.4.J4..4.++++4.4.JllCT .++ I dropper. Then rinse the garment.Ow .
STEAK If the broiler of the oven Is not
of the Woman' Auxiliary of constructed so as to permit the I
John O Salley Post of the American There' no surpassing the appealof recommended Distance betweenthe r:
Legion were made at a meetIng a good juicy steak. A steak cut top surface of the meat and the Job Is to Save ,

Wednesday night In Legion thick and cooked properly will be: source of beat then the temperature I .
+ hall more flavorful and Juicy and at control should be 'reulate4.ceordlnb' ....... '

The luncheon and Installation the lime time serve a* many people -I ".
will be held Monday at Bamboo at the same amount of meat in, A broiled teak require only I luy.
.Tavern when Mrs. A. O Shand of : II bonds
mailer steaks.Whether War
I Ont turning When the upper sure : Deep lasting wave et exquisite -
Fort. Lauderdale, fifth district I for twO. four or die, floe la lcely.browned, season and I ter M ar' loveliness.s, with Ttun la...e,
....Id."t. WU be, the Installing ,there steak which will be '
are the turn. 1It I wlM to turn a teak tbe.hMt<<1eaI.metbacl :. ,+Coed,.
officer. right rise. to serve. For.the large by Inserting the fork la the fat spier comhrrteklel! !. ,','
The auxillaiy planned aba a :family, ..Irloln'lte.kt from the loin Broil until this side a brown and ;
covered dish luncheon to be held end perhaps will be thebest I the steak I* ready to be served .
July ,IS In Legion hall for legion 'choice. T-bone and porterhousefrorn Allow thirty-five minute for the ;,., . ,-' '" : ;
and auxiliary member. and, their, the shortloln will .1Io.eerve .broiling period of a mediumdonesteak 1 THermiqueALICE'S 1
families. the average family generously.For about one Ind'one-half CAB SERVICEat .' :
the smaller family club steak Inches thick Allow fortyfiveminutes J I
REMAND WOMAN'S CLUB .te.'. 'wlN (election. When"cul .tor a two- >cn"steat If _. ''' :: "
,thick I dub will servo two reasonable rate .. : E I
HEARS OF WAR EXPERIENCES: steak steaks cooked to the rare- stage : " : ,
Nls* Anne Ryan of Redland told Club steaks -also .nuke.very attractive are desired the,broiling . I, I
with Individual servings. be decreased 0 five minutes BCAUTV '
of her experience overseas PHONE 9108 or 389 i'
Broiling according to modem
the Pint "
an ambulance unit during SALON
methods I* so easy that most members PERSPIRATION STAINS' I
World War It I social meeting ot of the family can do It. It perspiration stain change the HOMESTEAD CAB UK VICE- ......:-.c-. ,"-, )
Club of the Redland
.the Friday Woman's evening In the clubhouie.Mr A low temperature say Inei S. color of a dress, holding the stain F. O.'thunaaer. Feel:: ....,.......e..e.wwes.now .
Walton, home economist. Is the over a bottle of ammonia will 3n I
Goo W. Turner, Mr*. Chi
factor sometime restore the
Important In broiling color.
O. Turner Mrs. B. A. Waldln and a For old . . .
steak It a Juicy uniformly broiled perspiration stains which r
Vri. ,Eitelle" Turner; "were hostouet. '- teak 1* the product des'red.! The -:'
.e..Yo. "'Wo"6 ,"1. et' .J '0,14,
steak will delicious/ browned Ant coxnrrrowenROLLER I
Mia Ryan also 'evl.wed'the .
on the surface and a delicate pink CAT! m conroirr

manuscript of a book. hot yet color on the interior. CkMrM.An..cs..ae.s.... A...... IS.. ,,... 5..
publiihed which told of the plan Place the teak on the ,broiler s..J.a. 1.aeM II I** P. M.Ita .
for "our way of living'1 after the ..-- plus ta. Jack
rack In the broiler so the top surface DIXIE DRUGnm.H =
present war. She withheld the of the steak I* three Inches Venetian Skating Rink rlk
name of the author from the source of heat for steaks ITS *. .. STtk A-*. ..... a4 lilt.gM .
Mr..and Mn, C. S. Singleton

.* !upper guests Sunday,. Mr. and ,
Mr*.,\red,Kufeldt and ,Mrs. W. H.Ca.L :
TeIpplaq.e >I-SIM. EstaMtsked MMSITTTON Oi A1AiNES1A SEIitER
2 Mll/f Click RFI-
rid maeSeTed'A Trk11
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THE' JEWELRY'CO. es.feU t..t l7'.I P Fate 0 yo ii a 1 1llortre
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AD MUmi'g Oldest Jewelry .Store: for A.wfs a G iws.r fffmNWOKAttr 39 a

,, "'akhes.i Jewelry-SU erwa-. oz .f.a 1S Tit

CLASSES' its; A rtagler" :Street. .- . . '.: >Akis. ... narUs;

,'.."..' ................,., Don't take ekan. WhfcjpiraUM per:Ih AZ.JM
odor.A ItttW R.'iall.

For Complete Home Furnishings j Q yaur Deoderaat daintiness"Cream will fioK pretest enure.. 9a

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Ice Cream Made Fresh'Daily In Our' _

Dr.;B. F. Stebbins : Furniture Co.

Dr. L W. Stebbins Own, Store'

inS W. natter St. Mlasal : -
s 1 rtsese Homestead Phone 218-1. :

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nIH: 12. tMIS Ml '
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I SMALL furnished house. Equippedwith BUlL INQ f

till PR iS.d --t/Y> rrNPAs r :te: bottled gas stove electric KtsnicnoNs {
refrigerator hot and cold run Government Building Order will t 1
ning water $30 117 N. W. First
permit the following: j
allEI I 7.2 LlI-4 M"N :' at. Phones 809-J or 29a-M.. 'USINESS or COMMERCIAL '

(Jystf BUILDINGS costing fioOO or .

uILES Ifl.Q t l'JU/J1I FURNISHED house for rent. See leas ; ,t

L. O Hall at Berger residence, FARM BUILDINGS, costing $1,000 I

r 10th and Krome. (y3tf) or low )
MILES_2O4Ktw -+ UMIN RESIDENTIAL-Additions or new "

|FURNISHED 5-roora apt, bath. construction costing less than i

light oa how peed fib up I :Average stow a total cost of a thousand miles of travel, 11 Prefer N. W Fourth year-round it. Apply tenants J. 31 R. (MOUPAIE. AND" MAINTENANCE. of i j

faaollna, oil and tirei if abed by two cents par mile at IS; almost hours can be saved by traveling1 .
figure* Just released by The Tray.! live cents per milt at M. 65 instead of 33, but at a cost of uUaDcI, N. Krome; jn IOU) all typea .t buildings (la encouraged \ 1

elen Insurance Company.A I. Few persons can be persuadedto $1.81 per hour saved, PARTLY furnished house In Florida by Government and no i iI

fallen of gas which at 25 drop down to 18 miles an hour Motorists will do wen to study City; running hot and cold price limit Is placed on cost ot :

edits per hour will push a car 20.4 (miles pointed out, but even at 88 the tables and charts shown. The water, fruit trees I work done.The design though .
nice yard ,
miles will carry it only IK miles an hour the savings art sub.stantial figures were developed from the should not tit changed by repair :
la thousand miles And If actual cash Apply Homestead Leader Phone .
<5 n.pX say actual operation experience of 31 2. ABC LOANS.. still available for
412 travel 16 78 worth of tim will tap art not important to the average light, medium and heavy can (a24tfl) I the above types of Improvements I
te dissipated at M miles per hour; Individual, prolonging the I
nly 1140 worth at 33, Oil eon- life of his tint and his car art of ranging from brand new to several FOR SALE to be repaid. In monthly .'

IUIIIPUOD doubles when speed it prime Importance now. years old and while each individual payments' of: tie

t' raised from IS to 65 and depraciU -: Surprisingly little time If lived own coat may vary PAPAYAS for aale Also' small I 100-for.U mo. C $ 177

'> k-smd maintenance: more than' by speeding the analysis shows slightly from'them, these figures I loquat and mango trees. Mrs. 200 for 12 mo. ft 17.M j{

.-'trebles. 'j whereat the costs rise rapidly. la can be used u a fair index ; N, 0. Bell, 13 N. E. 8th SU 1000 for 36 mo :. II.H 4.1
(myltf) 2,500 for 60 moo 54.16

," ;; COST PER 1,000 MILES 24-INCH disc ..w. latest type, re. No No Dtra'll.'a"HII'Red Tape \l'

40'di ,: ,r Od I movable teeth with mandrill, Come In and see us for additional.

of )f sf 'sf ofP $33 Bauer dr. and County Club Information or Phone 62, Home \1

salarwl lstiF i haoy siises s IJ:isi rd. Phone 245-W. (pjjj10)PLOW stead c' : '

2 Cole planters sprayer, Brooker Lumber Co. y'
i 01.10so3 /yJII rf $4 7l f
dam From other tools Chas J. Fay. now

'p ,sRlmw y an, To= .0 ace. fosse yes.LJ at 110 Fifth street (pJnlS WANTED t
. OOtt:1a4AVg IJ.Oy I/.O! itar iL0r of

41.1f + $1650 ItltaisJwrsar 3-ACRE lime grove 2 miles from TUTORING WANTED hIP
ieolo: t uoo #1430
bank bid,. Can be bought
on school and grade school subjects,, t
riiii ceer tOK J/t "" 0 trip IdIFcYlt terms Mrs M. A.
,tlydr wIJ. IN x'W Oil 1 ire / 46F Krome ave and 10th '! Blr1er'l I Mrs. H. J. Armstrong. A. B. i
( Plummer drive and Country

S I Club road. 1,

C SMALL furnished house close In.
Mrs May King, 111 N. W 6th;I NOTln OP APPLICATION 1.

St, Homestead (p-jn9), 1 Chapter FOR I74M TAX-A.IEEDI I' of lost
File A.111.1
HOUR5' ,> -'6cep .NOTICES I J. r>rr. bolder of State: and l'Ku "'l.1'1'J:
2 PtE: : CortUInu Nu US U. w.1 the nl
NOTICE OP APPLICATION Jun.. A. U. ". ha r 14 .._ hi nr
r. EIr,01AR17 Q/BI Creole I roll TAX DEED once and ... node apt.U,.>II J fltnuASI I.J1OJAfllnWED Aa41Sootf Chapter 17417-ArU of IMS U> dead la W Issued tl.rwn. ItaM L: Fll. A-*"i) .n>kr.eo> the full.wine d_rlb.lrni
::1 flay ,." 4.4Jwn ,86r NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the ..rty In the. County vt bode, Slat 01
I Gladys R ammk. koldrr of Plate an Florida. o-wltt
"till 11.IJtJ.I. .0.S6 C..nty T" Ortlirat." ".. looms In rid Lot II Block 10. f'..(ford kr the !loa
the led in of Jum. A. D. 164/1, hu filed octon C. Antler. a 'Bub. Plat
3f b 6f U.I 2 IJ.Zs1.86 I MM In m, rffl ., and her appllra.| llouk S / tine for tam dead t. k. bated lhm.1 Dad.. State of Florid..
4fb ff 7.11 4.IJw..86 I II Paid Comities" U .mbriOM the following Th auoummt ul said >r"nrrt mo.r
j d.ibod ;"nary In the County .. cLo -" 4h. will ..rllf"." was I. the .._ ofTimix
: "'tdl #/8.99 6.81.e. Z.80 Etae of Florida, twit t P.... Co.
10' lllock | Hlnm Addition to Halo) uld ...lfl.... Mall k. rnbomoS.IM
I I 0 16' 11I.4 .8'"+ 4.10i K.rd.11, Sub.. t-t.t book t, I... 1, >..rdln* to law. the Property df rrikc4tluraln
In the County of UxU Sut*..f Fieri will k. ",>M to Hi. highest hMdrr
I II d.. at the Ouurt Hum. d..'r oa the font i
The ar..mrnt 01 said ptvop.vty ands Monday In the month of Aucu.1, 1041.
I tM Paid renIfirat. was I. the name of which h the fed dm u' A..*."t, lltl,
I, I... Strickland.. Dodd Mill I7lh tier of '.n,, I.4IP ,
on work related to war effort, or car club members in touch with Unless MM cntlflMU ih.II U "A..m.. :. B. I.FATHKHMAN.Ck .
I MMnHne to !... the .
Irrult Court,
n d CTiM >rk of (
I the maintenance of essential publicor others whose transportation requirements .therein, will ... nW tAt aha kirtwt b-J..' P.da Couat/, fterhU.
civilian services 2) That your are similar will be the Court House door o. the tint Circuit Court RNI,
Moody In the smooth of A........ C'. aTrRRKTT; U
( l"t I Hr N. 0-
from Pare One) work be among the worked out at the ,!
or services county agents which U the and day of .. mi (June i>. te. July .. lu, nUl.
Sllm'i Paint and Body Shop on following: medical care, maintenance the meantime those Dated this lI.h. day .f Jun.. liijClreu. .
cel"l R.: R. UUHERIIAN. nunlrlpal. Intnwtoil In the l.tid. r.rln.adrr .
S. Krome avenue | of public untilitles, carrying who coupons and send them i) Clerk of C/nuit Cruet after d'I...... .1.1..4n by. '10_." .r
The permanent rationing system farm labor giving religious comfort in to Mr. Steffanla office are' Dodo Ynty. Florida the dissolved ....(.f roil, n abuse M*
I Ow" . ...
M forth. Md land Win _'1... ee ( .
] provides for the following (with or assistance, making official members of a share-a-car club an i j lr.r.'I.C i'r.E kiwi to..(tl a.d'
the value of units subject to trips on federal, state, local or as such can apply for the supplementary -, (Juno 111, 1145)C Lou lu. II. Si U M II W""4
of 41 MILLER AUDI rUIN. Flat
th&bfelr'Wa_ranted by the gasoline foreign buslnesl 'IJ) That, If you gas ration Membership] IN TRI IStCIIT COIRT OP THI I. Pan. Ill ant PUt Hi....k I. Book

supply), ; : I I receive, a "C' book, ,the gasoline cards will be issued to those returning AND ELEVENTH: FOR DADS JUDICIAL' COINTT Use FLORIDA 11'1'' 'N 147i Lota I and t. IaVII.LA, ADIIITION

'*A',f5 POOH:"The m n'lmum ration i you are allowed will be used only I II signed cqupons by mailor IN 'BANU\ Plat Book I. Page III and I'lat look
for driving l in connection with this in No. T4JH4 1. **. tut
available to every pauenger- person TAX RAIl pnaitLOStai lent 7 Booth I. ROVAI:1ALM AD.DITM9t
car owner Gives 48 'I work or these services. Also, yourcr I CITY or HOMESTEAD municipal M,', Plat lI"uk 1. lat .7 ,
you coupons >>' book will .be tailored to fit I_.Io. 01 the 0,.t. o' 1'1...",".. PI.'ift. Lot 1. L. C. fifc.IUI.tR.: ADDITION
good for 4 gallons of gasoline each Light Dusting ;iTndllt.t'SBLt' .. d.. .t ale t>* Plat Book S. Pan II.
these driving needs by removing .u of the above dMrllml uMlvbloaa .... I
-this totals approximately, 2,880 I[' to the exact Dick, aged three, did not like 0110111 rOil Into brave In the lay of H_......
coupons provide aTHE
miles per year figuring 15 miles One hit IN THI NA"": CF STATE Dab Countr f'I"rlda
and water. day
to the gallon Contains 6 of mileage required. "C' books will soap 1 FLORIDA I. YOU ARC HEREBY ORDERED AND t
pages mother was trying to reason with l TO THE DEFENDANTS Ernest OJ'I DIRECTED to k. and cep-ar l. ties >lalx
be Issued for three months In all
I each. Each of I I I Came,. Iadildalb '. must I
coupons page coupons and u Sireek* "If Btu of Complaint a" the Darin
Is for a 2-month casea At the end of each threemonths' him. r...... of the (:..... Ueurlt and Lead lal,. A. D "4S t.-.Il. July *. U...
good period. I for "Surely you want to be a clean :;0.....ndta.,wd florid.hte aorpontfoa. Ice the .((_ of Cirri, of 110. llrvult Court
period you moy apply and sal for Dad County. rinrtdal otkwwho
"B" Book-Supplementary j-a little don 7t ?"' she said : 'l..c"r. ::;' : 't
another "C' book. boy, you 4 awH C'. : a deer.o pre aonf.t Can Gives you 16 additional coupons "Yes tearfully agreed Dick. II. .... .. C. R., M Aa., Armed Hdqt. Strainer yon'
for- 4 each rr...... bland. S.X ....._, Olforawi IT is FURTHER ORDERED thai this
good gallons
"but can't you just dust me?"- 1 ." Tra".r4. Boll V.I dim. MuntcoMrr. ardor of aukllutloa M vuhlt-hrd ana* a
which must last for S months or I klaho_ ate Conn*. Swell Ch.wWri. weak toO (our .HU>o>.tlv. m.lu I. the
more needs. CARSHAKINGContinued Gorman (Texas) ProgressLEGAL .....-.. ..k_., M Dlrwk,.. .. T"" .... 'Homestead t>adM.CntorprfM, a newspaper
depending on
,- your of tin Flrwr.nd amIty Corpora,,,,.. a 'published fa .......County lloriilaIWNE .
In order to. get the "B" book, you" :It.oI... FIo ls. wrpomlkm. Wilbur W.i AND ORDERED this led dig of
must 1) That the "A" book I I trtf. a ilntl' nu, wd Adelaide wise. ''_ .. "" "". .iVttATHAH.
prove ( 'from Page One) If wrr _-. two bookend. .
does not provide enough gasoline which automobile own- NOT1CB TO STOCKHOLDERS: !/ ll hlnr, 't H: any et th. >otm unVdpn Clark o( ClmU Court
pon .lda.1 .... M .. for Dada Count florid
I Notion ki bmhr ei.a thai the au *
to allow you to carry out your occupation er la urged to fill out and mail or meeting of tW naekhoktara of the.n"1 p *....... ...""'". .. Luna ..- Chassis Court a..i.
or other work. 2) That take to the office of County Agent I rM Nurseries Co. wlU W hold at said.
.. ... ..
have formed (In H the Company nt H,*iu Md. Ha.M ., MH """' .. Ineludia. his or hw! 1Io..CIorII
i you a earsharingclub Steffani, adjoining the Homestead Monday. July S. Ita. at three .lock I beam! .,_. innlM. spots or otter IRA C. HAYCOCK.
with at least other members Qty Hall. There the.coupons win p. m., for title purpose of .taetlnc a board!AANmaaD. ..... nab .eras e petrol If,I40S c:.....__ Bid. *, --
of dhrotton and tranaarUnc look other d. 5, and all ells unknown atont d. "_I. Florida
id order to "doublCLup"! or rotate ,be, classified and filed by the ..._ aa map oomo Ioof_ tha moMInxWM loxlnnln /. this mine..nd all MMo or Attorney f. PbintlfL' ,' Ill
' the Qseof your cars. or' that you county agent und his secretary,I H. KROM, ....,...,. pare. ,... wnrtkM ..tuaI. otrponM a.' 1Jwe a. 1t. W. 14 and lull f. SI'I "
r (Jn. '.. July S. loaf have made every effort to form -- -'--
,Mrs. Alberta Buchanan. ""' ''''' Wr'DR.
such a.ehlh, and have found it Impossibleto I The plan was given Wholehearted I

Jo so. J) That alternatvtxmeins approval by .members' of I Itht .DIU1.A.BERGERDentist .'
( of .transportation -local rationing board of which, .. .' ., C. II. Y..), : .

aucfe.-aa-street tars and busses'are E? A. Carter is chairman, aV, a >
dUdtquate. UM,yott'mdst csta*. IntUnttr'dhp11Terbobit Osteopathic Physician ;

lisfi the amount of occupational Mr. Chandler said last night that ..

driving you must do. I whereas the ahare-the-transpor- - .. .
First National Bnnk : I ..
"C" BooWSupplementary .ratios tatlon club was advisable and patriotic rhone39Homestead

). Gives you M coupons, good before such an arrangement .
for 4 gallons each. In order to get I now 'becomes vital to the .Building ,.Fit.

the "C" book, you must prove: 1) Insuring of adequate transportation -
That the OAF book, or tM''A''i I for residents In agricultural Office Hours 3:30-4:30 A Over Brtnrn'i Drug .Store)

hook; plus Jbe. W" book,.Jrill not sections of Dade County.carry .

five you enough gasoline to A system of putting ahare-the. OJIIII Xeami= IMF ASOM.tgr t

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I AIR RAID curb lock Ignition: but do sot lock
doors and take refuge la seared ,
I lJcl4I. 8. --- shelter1'
(Continued icon Page Q04)about
1 their attain M usual !oIr.JUenu. .
War Bond Quotas illeS. .. Your

kl k 1 I TmlSa FOE JULYand I II "Wt certainly would not get any
advance notice by an enemy," he

I %9iP? May War Bond Scoreboard 'i said. "so>> we want this test to be (.SpineSEE
I I.l net by the citizen ai though
: ; 38 litotes Top Quota; 1Q State and District of Columbia Fall Short 'they had not had any advance

. warning except to be on the alert 1
.l June Safe * "MiMed coon)
I always for air raid signals and to j
\ I be prepared in such an emergency
.r.r.1J. = :.::" to observe to the letter all pre.viously -i
"to 41119 on-fiffi, use 6" ..... Sets 0- May arw awl. 41::! Yourt
Alabama ....3 U81OOO 1 U85.000 3 1,181(01) "30.6 New York ..$171.S96.000 $106.671,000 $129,000.(00 -147No I Issued air raid regulations t
Arisona .' 2,945.000 1,968.000 : +N I Carolina 13193000 61MOOO S8S9000 43(1North and whatever orders may be Issued -
Arkansas :::: :079,001: 2,558,000: U8':: +81 Dakota 3,112,000 SOW600: : 1,993000 44I I during an air raid by the air
,California .... 91,687,000 1.225.000 ,011.000 + 10 Ohio . 59191000 S98 9000 SI 769 000 4130 raid J
0,840,000 4 : : : : : : : wardens ai well a* We police
? Connecticut lUfe := :2: : Oklahoma (8UOOO 6(1(000 638(000 4(6
:: : :534,000: : 13,22806: Oregon 8M5000 6(7(000 5811000 3.2Pennsylvania force" SEE TO Till: SPINE
IDellwu 2.851,000 1f411.000 U8lU(11)n.. ;r : : : 53: : :
SI 0V) 000 13 514 000 814 000 6 l
101st. Columbia 9,250,010 5,858.000 '.119.000 / Rhode Island 6.(36.000 4.404,000 6..352,00017.71 The fire siren on the root of the and your health will take care of I
: Florida ...... M2.DOO .'.116.000 ',194.000 +151 South Carolina 432000 3097000 J45JOOO +261 city hall-which halt not: been used Itself. That Is the lesson that ti
Georgia ..... '.'7111.000 .4..000 1,8113.000 South Dakota 2,464,000 1 731 000 1 238 000 +39Tennee.e. 7 lot fire alarm since the till of
Idaho ...f.... 1.3'75.000 U08.000 1,4.\1,000 +121 10,092:000 6:4S4:000 6:141:000 426 1 I Chiropractic teaches Almost all .I
.1 Illinois 'U25.000 12,227.000 8.800.000 + ui Texas: .. ..... 3367700 247000 1(9(40(10( +JO.( sirens was reserved exclusively I bodily ailments are traceable to
Lana 'fto! 18,900,004 14.910.000. 10,928,00038.Iowa ..... for air raid alarms
i : 't Utah 287(000 309700 1.1011100 +71.2Vermont months ago-
: ..:..::: IB'06,006: : 13870,010: 9,000,000: : + ... 2,188.000 1.449,000 1,205,000 +20.1 will sound the for the air I maladjusted Correct
antes ...... 8.290,000 .611.000 +1'.' Virginia .. 12.698.000 (.092.000 (.969.000 + 1.4Washington signal these maladjustments and nature i
= :::: 9,504.000: : UU::= 8,658080 4,944,000: :IU 13,419.000 11,06*.000 T.981.000 +"'2 raid test period In Homestead. I I permits vital organs to functionnormally.
:Maine6,364,0 W. Virginia 6111000 406200 410000 1.1 The air raid alarm signal will' The soundness of this
.146.000. 1.295.010"25 Wisconsin ... ..19,269,000 13280000 11(77000 + 1.81'be a series' of five or six blasts
13 &35,000 7.' theory has been proved over aid
hM/assachusetts 28.738 xq 28,771,000 Wyoming ..151(000 (84000 100300019'I I
'U44.LOO .1 each about five minutes long over Learn for yourself ,
11 Alaska 736000 492000 198,000 4148.} |
Michigan 30,468,0)0 26,240,0110 21,647,000
; I Minnesota: ::: 19,580: 000 12 574,000: 11.657,000: :: :2 7.l: Canal Zone.. Kl.000 (No Report sounded at Intervals of about three
-< !Mississippi ? 11.143000 U98ooo 2.905.00G +.21.1 Hawaii .. 6,4.39.000 BBgJOOO 992,000 +803,3Virgin seconds ,The all clear signal will HOURS
..... ( i 26000: : : I be 9:36 to It f te (
Montan 8,223 0 12,156,0 0 11788,000022. lands port Y1a000.t3 steady twominuteblasts.\ I I ;
9 ,
..... t 16 000 (No ) ,
I Nebraska... 235.100 ,590.000 1.286,000 +811.' )fro Rheney referred residentsto Evening* by Appointment
Nevada ,038 010 692,000 581,001 + Unallocated 37.000,000* previously Issued detailed air
N. Iiampsilrs} 1,200: 010 2.168,000:: t, :. +IU Not distributed by States. i raid precautions and regulationsHe .
1 New Jersey ? J1.241.iJOO 12.889.000 28.m.OOO14. ___j Dr. R. J.. Elliott ;;
I New JoIea/co. 1.711.000 1,185,001,055,000 +12.1 Total ...$1000000000 $634.356.000 tooO.oooOOO +tL' called particular attention CHIROPRACTOR
however to the following: i j'I'
1 t fynrr Morgenthan Jr.. Secretary ol the Tr"'II1iJ04.'mad public the official War Bond Quotas by State I "When the alarm sounds get Indoors j' McCrorz Arcade
for the month M July, which place the - bad so aid 'In meeting the War cost and stay Indoors Only air 'I' Phone t8l.WBOIlUSTEAD.
Toe above table also gives May War Bond tale in the various states in comparison te the May Quota, (June:
'/ RIft by Mate will he available for publication shortly) Th percentage of Quota rang from 71.1 percent above. raid wardens and others who have FLORIDA
qncita in Utah, to 22 6 percent below the quota In Montana hut puts the nation a* a whole above the $600,000,000 definite duties In Vie defense "
total Usy quota. VulnerabU Alaska and Hawaii led all states in sale of War Bolds on quota bait j council set-up for air raid emergencies
as Evwybody, evsry pay day tan percent" I* the Treasury slogan which .. expected te place ODe of the attrac- have any business out of I REM
II. tin new window snckcre in every American home. "We're Buying it Least 1094* read the sticker, printed in;doors.
the national color. Th new window aticker and the new "10%* lapel button, which indicate that the wearer 1* "It In pull to the ;&a A
Investing a* lat nan percent of his sacom* to War Bond very pay day, are yardsticks ol patriotism hi the War, _you are_ a_car .
. 4100 plivs. n. -
1, .

1 t t '.'hl ,,*, r

33.100, Joe Limiting TeteptaM

bOO h7701 lam ,
t tT
II I A May Affect
200 5100 x200 !12200 .
1 f 00109

{i. 11 80 ,300 1S, 147, 00
turn out more and mere weapons for our fighting .

men, our Government baa called upon the telephone

13,8 Was 1139500153,400 4 I Industry and the telephone-using public to limit now

I. telephone Installation to an extent that will divert

'01 1107,800 Js I annually thousands of ton of vital metals and rubber

to war production.
I II f
I ( If you are a new applicant for service era business

or residential subscriber, the limitation of tho War

Z 'j Production Board order may affect you, depending f'.

; 1397,600 \ upon how much equipment I* now available to serve .

t tf tho future requirements of essential Individual or ,

.300 ',,.. X214500 I. agencies .. your community' ftI 1

$7780 I:,* Specifically, this I* how the order may affect you .
s o 1$311,700FLORIDA. I '
/ .. HOH-SUBSCRIttKS, business or residential, may

.. : not ho able to obtain telephone. In some Instances 1

:7 : BUSINESS CUSTOMERS, particularly those with
i I U.S.TreasuryOfficial lWarBond 4.400 6110000001 ro private branch, exchange and other .largo service Installations .

Quotas for July 11 9,400 4,900SSOO who move to new location or who wish
other change, May not bo able to obtain tho desired

4900 arrangement. 0 ]

I July Quota for State 5,800 RESIDENTIAL SUBSCRIBERS who move May !o tVo
able. to obtain telephone or may ho asked to

I 9842.000 '. 8.200 4Zt900 $594400 accept a different class torvico. *KJ

j W* shall observe the ardor to the latter; confident

: ... -a... .f..... ,..Uc'* full cooperation Wo look forward to
tilt 14p OwelwrWd W..Sl7t4OOI 1298,300 the day when wa shall again bo able to give the
I you
IV Uv Us far Rand Wore SttleOM .
kind'of service you want, when and where you want

I ) of. fit- ww It-,hiii now, and for the duration, the errs big task of *
.... ,..."'". . VY50O4.W winning the war comes first with IK, at with you.r
& V

42d Soumia BEll TlPBDDE BUD TELBBIN [CaonBi

,t' I . raeeapeasrga

j .....: < .
500 ..- ...
I d ... .V',,''' .. GROT LAND -TKCCK LAKD +dTT LOT.-BOa4Msen
I If" .
'Were Never Bo tew llensy ef 0e04 Valet

goift a" Is Is "MIN ,

.. '
I The abeve map el Florida thaws the War Sellers Marine and Abrsaen are en every rent. / REAL ESTATE ; .
dead quotas, by ""two, for the menth. .. July, They are giving 1(4 percent for their eeontry.
1KL Total War Ben quota fer the late I* What are we doing here en the home frost? Are BOBlZntAD. FLORIDA x
$ ,MS60. With the National quota teUI pitted we hading at least ten percent ef income te help )
I at a billion dollars, the taUon fee Into blah gear them It. very little. lI.t.. .,lIt this war satrsttnlly *-I Oppetite Odd rBew BoUdlnf
te Its support ol the War Bnanciaf and to live ear ear erantry needs a billion dollar In TeL N.. 73 EstabUshe4 1 Tt
fighting lerte adeqaat Implements el war which I'War Bands every mouth from n*.-th* reeple.Let .
wUl:. brlnf nltlmatlctory.. America Soldiers, Co, America. U.t.3a-.awrDp.elrr:


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