Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00550
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: July 10, 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: VID00550
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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.VoUl-No.: 27 Homestead. Florida. Friday, July 10,1942 Price 5 Cents J

: .:ODr' :PermitsTmck Dispatch ers .1.1i

t A' : With. Power To Waive 75 o Rule I : Y

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;y rJ. ;arm Bureau Sends Envoy INFORMATION OFFICES TO AID l

.. To Push 0.- Nassau Labor PlanCOX ,IN OBTAINING RETURN LOADS I

TO TACKLEIMMIGRATION I Police Army-Requested Close Beer Stands Curfew at Is MidnightAs Applied AND SPEEDING TRIP BACK_HOME ;h 11 II

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First effect of the arniy-request-I THE WEATHER I Joint Information office that

ed midnight curfew on place that 200,000 POUNDS Official weather report of the will serve as dispatching points 1

sell liquor, wine or beer was felt i Subtropical Experiment Station and aid In obtaining return loads :\,'

$500 HURDLE :in: Homestead last night when polio I SEEN TOTAL HERE Homestead, Florida. for trucks has been authorized by f.
made the round ofbsrbecuebeer Date ,IYSLI5/a., I "1" Rat.July the ODT with power to issue vp.clearance .
stands before '' I. .4 80 117 130.021 G.13 f
shortly 12 .nd'warned
'IN RUBBER DRIVE July 3. .- 111.I to any truck for which
I them to close promptlyon JuI7. .... 111 69130.09 there Is no load or not sufficientload
Ta further tb* plan ef Import- the dot at midnight July '__.._1111 I 12 I tfl come up to the 71 per tent f
Jill Nassau negroes to supply Dade' The 'curfew ordinance was When,the' national scrap rubber: July 1_ .._'1 81 ell 130.101 return load requirement j
County's farm labor need nextwinter adopted' by. the Homestead city drive end at midnight today,! July T. .....J 82 I ea! 130,0&1 A general order authorizing ei-
r as approved by the DUke council Monday night .by unanimous Redland District filling stations! July 1. .. 112 J30.01l1 0.031 stablishment of the joint Information -
I vote la compliance with will have contributed In the
of Windsor at e conference with neighborhood I f
demands made all of towards offices was Toe.I -
I* 1.. Chandler of Couldi recently,i munltiet army in the "Miami on area.eom-I Fade County'200,000 self-imposed pound quotaof SOIL SURVEY TO I day at Jacksonville by H X. Me- !
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the' Dade County Farm Bureau' The ordinance provide anyplace 2,000,000 pound, according to I r Daniel, Florida director of the
Wednesday -authorized'' a trip to that ella Intoxicating beverages figures obtained from oil company -, Office of Defense Transportation.
Washington- H. L. Cox chair' "whether spirituous, vinous, agents and distributors here BE MADE IN DADE
.man.of the bureaw' UbWcommlttee. -I or mair-khkll remain closed from,lyesterday.I w ..". Action by the ODT making possible
1 The meeting wa held 1111 midnight to"7 1.:in: on week days The(Tezd'co station>* served by BY U. S. CHEMISTS relaxation the stringent
South (Continued on Page Seven) (Continued on Page Eight) return load requirement followed
Mr; Cox 'n'' leek a meeting I nation-wide protest from agr ml-

with bureau head In an of effort the to immigration work out Motorists\ Hurry to Join Car-Sharing A soil survey of Dade County' tural centers, Including this district -

an arrangement for bmglng the will get under way as soon assoil : wherein It was pointed out
laborer here without the necesilty -I I. Club Here as Gas Registration Begins chemists of the United St.te'l that distribution of fresh fruit

of putting up the prohibitive ., -. Department of Agriculture are: and vegeabl would be dangerously -
$500 bond for each one to l1aran1e Coupon applications for membership available for the work, accordingto ; curtailed U the rubber and
tee his to the Bahamas In ISSUEDTO
due :.. I I"A" BOOKS i in the Rural Dade Car- County Agent C. H. Steffant. I equipment conservation order

The native Bahama laborers,i I Sharing Club, sponsored! by the 'An appropriation of $2,500 was i I were not modified.
now receiving the equivalent of: 344 ON FIRSTiDAYAT2SCHOOLS I Leader-Enterprise,CI'I In ,carried over Into time year's McDaniet said that the ODT realized -
90 cents a day In Nassau, would : arriving at the house, |let by the county (bUd'-1 that a truck might be held
( be offered two dollar a day, with i office of County Agent C. H..Steffanl i equipment and transportation In,' 1,11,
several days at some point \\ I1110
early this week, but as automobile which
a portion of their pay withheldand I I 'connection with the survey I II I
tent direct to their families, owners got their A ration I will be under the direction of Dr., waiting for a return load with a
if a suggestion of the Duke, governor :I I The first day ot the second books yesterday the car- :R. V. Allison, head of the chemistry -I I consequent loss in efficiency. Tile
ef the Bahamas, is followed:,i gasoline registration ended last,sharing coupon began to pile up. j department at the Universityof information and dispatching will
Inroad on local farm labor 1 i I The reason, of course, Is the Florida. The field chemists and gieatly
with 235 "A" ration books effect big savings
made by the draft and by migration night I realization that If residents of this!will be supplied and their salaries
of workers to more lucrative I given out at the Homestead elementary area are to get gasoline at all approaching i I I paid by the federal government i speed up truck movements, a*
Jobs will result In a serious shortage school and 10(1( Issued at their needs they must' The r I is to predicted.
of crops hand In Florida's Redland Farm Life School and comply with the% ear-sharing requirements -i I I make an =bI: of zeII !i t A, committee ofhe Florida
winter vegetable producing area, Phillips' store at Couldi. of the supplementalgas soils In Dade County and chart i; Trucking Association Is reportedto
it to predicted. The Bahama laborers Registration of truck for gasoline ration application blank. their location in colon on a map,I I be worklng'on a proposal to setup
would be quartered ia mobile rationing will be taken Mon ing the Rural Dade Join-I with accompanying explanation ol dispatching renter throughout
camp furnished by the Farm day at the Redland District Cham- Club la evidence that the I crops that can be mart profitably I the state in accordance with the
Security Administration. (Continued on Page Eight) cant for supplemental gas .' grown In the respective areas. ODTi newly-Issued. authortzat'on.
Is making a bona fide effort to

comply with the car-sharing.. pro I'

A Little Bird gram.*,The specialized type of agriculture RURAL CAR- SHARING CLUB
4 peculiar to the Redland District -
with fruit groves and winterproduce County Are t'. Office Homestead, Fla.
tZ Told Us crops taking the place of
self-sufficient-farms frequent Please IM. sae and mi ear la the Karal Dad Oaf-Sharing Club.la .
trips Into trading centers order that I Mf d* my put la tssnuinf a* adequate supplyof
necessary, Complete absence of gasoline as4 rubber for the reaUeata agricultural haUl
., . THAT maAy.;young anerf andwom n> who'Mea... of the rub= I street i cat or bus service within Dade County whe have onlr t&ehr private. ears to fepcad oo
the district, and with only an for tnuwvortaUea. .
fee .red'gas'bs rtag :WlIt'k-unable-b-take the-war-time senior
overtaxed bus line between here

life se'at'Cmsl Cables will wonder why the Instruction and ">rfi fnj- (the"two"railroad Name .......................r........ .:....;;_.:-::._::_..,r.-. -
could not be duplicated Hanestead".eapeclAJ11 since the maintain- pasaenper service at

,tnuoidpal, TtAinerfcan'Athletic. Ueion'dimeasioni..e .all-t), .residents entirely 'on'must their depend own cars al- M ,Address.:........., =::-Z:::: Miute.: .....\.
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.',. for transportation.TMore transportation ' *"" street
THAT. airplane ...IPt** with a mina or rem! of a than that permitted by rr M rood r4

, .:.'-- alma. Played ttroat.a-liaiaplafcat skein t".-ftktekbMks the A ration book la therefore essential IUve on......._....._......on** near....;.-..,._....*iv*
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In most el
Y am UM MWeH of aa effective alarm .for practice
Among those who nave Joinedthe A. M. T
air raM alert*; Rural Dade-- Car-Sharing dub' 1 sere W* BoaaeatoU at T. M, nor t]'But [H***.

ao fai'are: 0]Teet. 0 wed- 0**IA. nm D *.*. and te..* .* -..r
THAT any "feeling of snu_" about a daylight -practice Mrs.' Ruth Greene Box 821, R.
T. D. 1, Homestead, who. live on A.1Ir.r.
, 'alert would be quickly dissipated If ,the army or iaavy pianos Redland road south. of Silver Pales M. tile same aUjs). '

4d would swarm..aloft.during" that period' for their otherwise regu drive. I g* .* Mhusl at "I CJ.... d Flaw. 0 Tae-.

.. laxly scheduled practice.Mneuvers orer-lh various Dad com- D- M. Brannoa, Route 1, Box QWesT.QTbam.QrrC 0 Set. and'raters.at ... f. >Coa j
) ..munitaa'Mpecially If'lWdi drive Krom and the }
.. near avenue _
blank bombs. .(Cbotnued W.Pag*.Eight) : ,

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,Par Two HOMESTEAD LEADER AND' ENTERPRISE " ' Friday,3uly lOy r 1942ft k

'How to Swim Through Fir*and Oil lJJifmqlIRII( lUllllllllllllllhiillmm I daughter Tbelma will Jea t
20 C0111tITTEES I I Thursday for their home In Bety3
'j more. They will return In. the, 3In

APPOINTED FOR 1 To Feature New Life-Saving. CourseInstruction 20 Years Ago early"Mrs.fall.W.(K.Redland Walton left Tue3,wiagf C

I in how to swim length. The time ,and place of I I day evening for a trip to different 1
YEAR BY LIONS future meetings of ,the class will Tk. MtoVtaW teas V* 00" "*. points in northern Florida." (R> s
through fire how to swim under I UMI (i.. .U. .> uBMOVftM a..s \land) jjSfcThe
be arranged Monday, Mr. .Carson MtaHlltt.* .... II tars.
oil and how to swim silently'willb I .
M Ma. rirM* IU l ** I members at the Womaejr
Lack of essential materials and Included In a senior lift saving said ."an I I ...:: ow. ta. 1164 who :__ Club of Redland met at a very ImJ*? JR
course presents
fear of retaliation are two of the, course to be started at the Venetian for who oppor-expectto 'rnrnl milllllmlllnlllnrmnnmt portent called fleeting last Wed- W
reasons why the Axis will resort Pool in Coral Gables at 4 p. be called young Into the men armed forces ( ; nesday afternoon. Upon the res.'" m

to poison gases only is a desperate m. Monday, July 13, according to for services overseas,to obtain Instruction Jan 1121 Ignation of Mn Carter, Mrs. W." of
last resort, predicted George' an announcement made here this that may be the meansof (Continued_ _!.n_Page...Seven) "\j thIs
Oldham, instructor for the -"Mr. and 1\fra. E. G. Camber :
gas week by Kit Carson, a memberof those of
saving their lives or
Dade County Defense Council,I the made County water safety )'companions in emergencies at sea.1 I of Redland are rejoicing.Over ,the-] in
spotting before the Redland Dls- and life saving committee of the it out. arrival of a ton born Sunday )
. .trill Lions Club Tuesday night I Red Cross. I was pointed J morning, June 25tlx and weighed IU
"Chemical warfare has been I The minimum age of applicants I] "Moreover In view of the fact 7W poundi. The new baby will b 1v of
'for the Is 18 that our boys and men are being named Earl Darwin." bs
used since the cave man built afire : course yean. The
called Into the armed service, girls '
before a cave and smoked out Instruction will be given free asa -"Mr. and Mn. Otis Bradford 10
his enemy,'* said Oldham. "Andsince I I part of the committee's program are they urged must to be take depended the course upon, as to announced the arrival of i baby") 81t
gases were Introduced over !{ito I teach water safety to the citizens boy. 11
play important part In the
30,000 have been tested. Fortunately of Dade County. J. N. Lum. an j -"Glenn Summers U expectedto >>
of water safety
I promoting -
program \
12 eued the mus Jr., of Miami is chairman w
only pos necessary and life saving" said Mr, Carson. i come back from Pelham. Ca., 1
of the
qualifications which, would committee.The *
"This is an.opportunity for within# a few days
them suitable for I course will be 17 hours in
make war gasses. young women Of Dade County to -"Mr*. H. H.. Ewing who bar:, tI,
Contrary popular opinion, the I t become experts in life saving and t teen away for about t fear has B
use of gas Is humane While Intensely b -Z =7 3, to render a aervk>>-to.. their com- returned from Kansa*, 'where the I
disagreeable only 4%" of ," ofse
I ;; munity.. I was visiting her lister. .
the casualties In the last war
The senior life saving course to1
. -"John Eby returned !IIIperent' sew
/ resulted In while
death I will alto include Instruction In ,.home la Redland. after t! ,
ties took from a toll shrapnel of 24%' ,." calual'l Men in ServiceFirst how' to conduct one'a' self' If ,playing the saxophone In Key R \ rnOAYlem Sl b

downed in an airplane on the West, Fla, and Havana_ ,.Cuba"; I J Imake 'di

f casualties"It is entirely could tie possible up a country'smanpower that gas * * * * from water a or boat forced and Into'how the.'to water help "Foy Hobbs, who has, been c on, ff
spending a ihort vacation In Georgia badgers sum
and economics to the Lieut Howell S. others who are in similar predica ,
Kopp will returned Thursday, morn eabi
t point that this would"be the deciding leave by. plane today.to return to ments. Ing. ," r farther. All of our*
factor In a war, concluded I swimmers be ,
Camp Bute, Texas where he is Strongest are to I,> -"John E. Cochran a former ,0
Oldham. stationed with the field artillery.He ,offered further Instruction by an councilman, but who now HVes.: at appliances must do more
i Committees for the ensuing year arrif 41 here last Frld* with expert from Washington who" In Pahokee U pending a few days, ,
were announced by Rreildent W. Mrs Kyi*; and their .Ix )nth. I the service of the Red Crose, tot:;'visiting Sam McKtnitry this . last longer. to
H. Owens as follows: budget T.! old daughter, Jeanne, to visit his that they may become Instructors'in week. 'a,
; E Kirby, Chas. Pratt, J. R. Graves; parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. J. Red Cross life saving. I I[| "William Ewing hat recently Your Sunshine Service or-" a

attendance, Alex Hemmtngs, Her Kopp. His wife and the baby will Further Information may be obtained resigned the service ,of 'railwaymail is to help ; alt.
bert Katz, Joe Hlckson, Jr; constitution I remain for about a month. from Mr. Carson of from clerk and has taken HarryCooper' ganization eager ..

and by-laws, R. C. Mac.I Art McKee, manager of the Homestead place on the'rural de- get the most from your
Donell, R. E. Edwards H. Pool. I you
Myron Grennell, who recently Swimming 1 livery route, while the latter Is on tiN
Cooper George Ruehle; E'I was commissioned a second lieutenant a vacation." electric service and equipment -
tion, Frank Webb, J. W. in the NEWSM
EnlIah'l infantry at Fort BOY SCOUT -"MI. Nellie Wallam will en- R
George Cooper, Jack Peters; finance I Benntng, Ga, Is visiting his parents tertain a half dozen friends at a Please call on us. k
T, E. Kirby, Chas Cox, W. Mr. and Mrs. V M. Gren card party Thursday evening . .' N
O. Talbott; Lions' education Carl :' nell in Homestead. He will leave The regular meeting of Troop -MMlis Rosalyn Becker is taking t \o1powrg4tsV b
Wagne/, Chas, Ooley. Walter Monday. 29, Boy Scouts of America was a business course In Miami N
Weiss;' membership, Ductile R. P.I held at the rock house In the city:1 end she, with her sister, Isabella, 'I"
Barfield Don Talbott, S. J Lynch; Robert Vrana who was graduated park on Monday night The scouts'and brother Grover are staying In
publicity. Graves, E. J. Norman,I last week from officer candidate <'I'first met at the Municipal Swim- 'i'the Houser home during the absence COMPAN tlP
Webb, E: H. Gallaher; safety' R. school at Camp Lee, Va., witha I ming Pool their regular meeting1 I of the latter, . ."Florida
R. Ktnard, A. D.Smith, H. O. second lieutenant's commission place, and then marched over to City) .
Cronwall, George Fitzpatrick; is expected to arrive this week. I the city park. "Miss Velma Ruth Powers fit ...' irF

health and welfare, B. E. Gitlln, R. end from Ohio where he has been Dr. E. M. Andersen chairman :'MIami, is spending the week with "
J. Elliott, L. R, Becker; community visiting his listers. He will visit'' of the troop committee spoke to 'Tier friend. Olive Robertson." I b
betterment, Pratt, M E. Ken. his parents, Mr; and Mrs. E M I the boys on the Importance of I (Florida City"Theregular)
dall, A. R. Mejbem; education I Vrana, In Redland. i "forward progress In scouting. : meeting of council HOTELPATRICIA': I'a
Ooley, C A. Gray, W P. Cash; i I Several scouts received their 19421!' was held Tuesday evening . 'f,
civic' improvement, A. W Ltnd-I Pfc 1IarthBlahop of Mor registration certificates. These The council and Robert Taylor I' 1
gren, L. R, Pope, A. Easton Katz; rison Field was a guest last week- scouts Included: John McLean, came to en agreement as to his '4)
citizenship and patriotism, H. R. end of Mr. and Mrs. Ansel Barrow Calvin Schmidt Henry R. Harris, i:services: and he was retained as '

Core, Norman Fitzpatrick; boys I In Homestead II i Leroy FiUhugh, Billy Dickinson, i city attorney . Chairman of p
and illrI Gray. Hcmmings, GeorgeH. I i Jack Douglas and Lonnie Horne. street committee reported the I 312 S. E. 2nd A\c.
Rick. Frank M Kent, | Sgt Robert Klick of Parrts Is- '
.laMCIIDIleI' Lonnie Horne, patrol leader of' Royal palms had been set and i
\.ition and blind, Sam J. I land. S. C., lion a furlough vliitilng I the Flaming Arrow patrol had thehillhe.t dated that they needed protection MIAMI "tf
Davis George Turner, Jr, E. L. Ms parents Mrs and Mrs. number ofmembers at Thereupon J. T Rohrer 1a
Frank Klick In
Lawrence; house Kendall Smith I Redland. Set the meeting Calvin Schmidt of
Instructed to
Norman Klick Is an Instructor at the U : 'I was place Overlooking bay and river:;
; kitchen Davis MacDonell -I\ the Flaming Arrow patrol was around the trees to protect them." 0t
Marine base
Lindgren; landscape J. F. I IS. on Parrla..Jawlld.1'credited with passing his swimming (Florida City) Two" blocks from Flatlet
Hammett, Cronwall. Kent. Tom. merit badge by Scoutmaster' '
i : : -"Mrs. George Ttirner Jr.. and
Panno John MeTTuire. former coach at StreetQuiet 1
Jr hn
; program > Neibey, Arthur McKee.
sons Herbert and Vernon, and
I Peters, Gray, Davis Graves, Pratt Homestead High School, has been i' It was decided that the scout I cool.comfortable. j
made I lieutenant, junior grade -
Gallaher, Wagner MacDonell, Don meetings would be called to order '
In the Naval Reserve and will' I'" Dr. Leonard >>'. Haskln '
Talbott, Kinard and Kendall. I promptly at 8 on Monday night Refined atmosphere
report July 13 for training *t' Instead of 7:30: Rumors of meetIng '. ........... fa fro r..a_
Dartmouth College. i muni god KrrU t"t W
! Must Win the Peace I ] being held Saturday were GLASSESMl 1'

This Time, Pastor SaysThe before the Homestead Rotary Club II I corrected. ? .1 I C..el..b:N. ft nm Air ilL.(4.MI-w..l..!fta.f SPECIAL RATES j '

j I Wednesday noon in Legion Hall. READ TIIE'VANToADSI c."nd.as T_ TO SOUTH DADERS'''
church people and the "In the first world war we didn't i .
j church itself are behind the present I think much about winning the 1-
j effort to free the world from peace," said Dr. Burgreen. "When $1.25 Single

\ domination by Godless dictators I the armistice of the present war DoubleStay .1
i the Rev. A. L. Burgreeo. recently tomes we are going to have to' $2.00

arrived pastor of SI John's Episcopal .I make sure that we ,win the peace FUNERAL

, Church declared In a talk this time. RNERS .


overnight etc finish,

Leader-Enterprise .. "' ...."..._..........."..., 1942 ? l.l-iourAmbulonce Service transacting your bUla eas-.tars

Homestead Fla.
II another trip (which Beans gas,
Urea, time and. ).
.- Pear Editor: I Phone 270 Homestead, Fla.:,

Enclosed is $......_... to apply on my sub ,!

scription. Please send me a receipt showingdate

to which this extends' my subscription at Tatephee* 1-ItN' Established 1117 DR. M.: A. BERGEN]

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,0 Friday July 10, 1942 HOMESTEAD LEADER-AND ENTERPRISE Pa ere Three

a Marge ergr ;'8 Energy(?) Draws Fire' FINGERPRINT t

Whimsical Chicago: Sports Columnist i


M..if" iet Beiger, ace pitching rtunlly step into the batter i b \
t product of Homesteads early diamond I| She comes out of the dugout at SOUTH DADE 1
ball fever Is not only still nonchalant pace-and strolU
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winning games as a professional slowly to the bat rack. She consults ; -
hurler for the Garden City team the bat boy at length on the j I Fingerprinting of members of :
of Chicago, but U alto attractingthe merit of the assorted bat, and ; ".f8. \ I the Homestead and Perrlne casualty I.
attention of baseball columnists start briskly plateward, eager to 1. 1 stations and of the Princeton 0
at a rugged, but unhurried, swing to that she may return to lJ 'i I first aid station will take place f +
individuality the peace and solitude of the dug' I rr- | tonight at the Princeton post In
On the same page of > Chicago out. Halfway to her destinationthe the old Log Cabin under the direction !-
newspaper that carried an accountof team manager will call her 'I of Geo. B. Oldham of'
four straight victories pitchedby down to the eoace.1 boa for a little I !Princeton who ha been appointed
Mix Berger, appear the following confab. (The manager must' FARMER'S AIDE HOMECANNINOt division supervisor of the auxiliary \ -
under "SoUth town Sport be a man of optimism for we M medical corps In south Dade
Slant," ,by Wm. T. Gleaton. learned that Sonny hasn't had abase '- I by the Dade County Defense {
"Wil department nude It* debut. hit In quite tome time) I ,,i. Council.
aI I .* a spectator at I ,lrll'IOftb.l1 "Possibly because she has heard 'iJ 1. Assisting Mr. Oldham will be
I game the other evening somewhere that pitcher are not I Ned Pond, traffic director of the
when we watched Southtown's expected to I be bitten and the W.A.A.G Princeton unit, who recently took
I I Garden. City; girl upset the nationally doesn't want to upeet an old bate 1W special Instruction In fingerprinting i t
acclaimed New Orleans ball tradition Miss Berger limply v at Miami.
I Brewery maids. And In the course doesn't exert a great effort to hit I The fingerprinting will start at
of the evening we made a few ob- the ball much farther than the ) 730.:
erviBtions 'and discoveries."We .. pitcher box. .. ... ,.._. to C ( Mr. Oldham a resident of 1 '
learned that' the young "The girl pitchers have a quaint NUR E'S AIDE WAR INDUSTRIES Princeton for the past ten months,
women who pursue lime along the habit of pauslnr> for wrest and of Miami for nine yen prior
baselines are Just as apt to in- while the batter w.III'patiently -'tJlC to comlrV! there, t* commercial
I In. a b.it-ot extra-curricular for: the next pitch. which arrives : manager for the Miami district of
I feldinhe Brooklyn Dad,. eventually. : f the Florida Power and Light Ce
er* :and the St,'Louis Cardinal The catobetrShavr. hatlfof. .'' An engineer with a special know
'Early In the contest*the CardenU' returning every'pitctr by, .. Clreultou : .0..r edge of. chemistry, he i* a leoturer
blonde 'Sonn)'' Berger, and New method They usually ,' on gas defense and directorof
-. Orleans' 'fough' ,ajnd.teadyhort throw'the bail to third bate and n- the auto driven group, for_the '{
slop Frieda Savonna. had word* I from there It U handled at length county defense council
long the first base line and had by every infielder before the \. '" ,
.to be separated bx the male managers I pitcher I* allowed to deliver'it -"I ; .. {
of the,team The.girls were :agdin.' Theft : the manager, VAGINQ WAR MATERIALS 'SELlINO WAR BONDS I J'Y W. goads"
a bit peeved with one. another 'coaches and '.ard nt, followers of Ivtry Pay Day
and were on the way to an old- the on the field :at I
fashioned match when interval * V
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the peacemakers stepped In. "One portly! personality who sat ,__ ": Ut'i Docbfo
"And we discovered",that girl quietly In the New Orleans dugout --'I' L I Our Quota
will be girl even on the ball field. during our. visit, for about -- w
We already know that a woman seven Inn In". suddenly became I
loves to keep a man waiting last ;ii ict.ciUiih-; ; ;..derlI In -
week we observed 20 girl soft- the late stage of,the contest and j Charts corset line, which Mrs. bought any time between July 10))1
bailers who kept men, as well an began to commute from his dugout Booth will_represent. here. and Aug. 22 upon presentation of
women and children: waiting. perch and the playing field I coupon No. T. Originally coupon 71
Those 20 young women could for ,discussion with the umpire. C. of Members to Hold wa for use beginning Aug 22.
think of at least 8,972 different "Those 'waiting at the plate for Under the bonus No. I will come I
ways to delay the game Katie tactic ,teem overdone for Meeting Monday NightA Into use on that day. I
"Sonny Berger Is most proficientin our money bUt the spectators love membership-meeting of the Ii i
this. phase of the game. Miss it and they.turn out for the game Redland District Chamber 'of 1
Berger 1* an excellent pitcher and night after night. And thespec' Commerce will be held at I p. m. I
she throw the ball plateward with tators Are the folk who'pay the j Monday,.July 13, In the Chamberof
breathtakingspeed.. But her frelihtrCorset Commerce building it wa announced I Far Frames J
pitching I* about the only concoction I .
; yesterday by Secretary
that Miss Berger,.makes*lo ,Service Started I Kit ,{irwe. '. .... ." CAB SERVICE
fast movement. Sonny; probably By M>t&> ,;\"ilIa' Booth i I II THEY SERVETelephone
yearn* for the return of the- clan I '. Two ] oiind Sugar Bonus _
'of the horse and-buggy when the complete. home'corsetry ter : Made Available Today I .ai reasonable vise f fI
world didn't move at such>recklew 't ice* ..*aittmM ed'.ln.th.-ac1ver. . offices now proweV

peep. u <. ._". usingcolumns,, of, this Issue, by 1W\c\\.urd7 hoUert.; .. wW get .1 I PHONE 9108 or 389 I 'ly display service flogs-ON }
"When Miss Berger to duet to Mrs. Arvilla Booth-who now re-: two-pound sugar bonus In the
'bat, the..spectator! have .tinrii''to at'de'i"'atr9f"R"W."Fourtli ttreet.' July-August period because shipments IE.VICt I 'a patriotic tribute to thoM. i
play t round et pinochle er read Mrs: Booth Recently completed; of'sugarmto' thecountry 1 HOMESTEAD CAB in the armed forces of the. .
'another chapter of. a book ft the course In the fitting of foundation were somewhat larger ,than ex F. O. fluster. Prep. 1r I Nation.
month between the time her name garments by Mr*. C I. Andrews of.pected. -
I* announced and the tune he"ac* Miami i ,* rgantaer< for the I 1 The, extra.two pounds' may be J Although the star figures
--- In the center' field of white
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Bell men now In the armed

DON'T: WASTE FERTILIZERJF I I I I1t employes symbolize services, the-off for flog Southern all.are might wholeheartedly also Bell

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try in this great world crisis.
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-'", " '1'., 11..t" .., .,.,.,. .... .. termed .the nerve center' of'

'I W:: "",3 : .. .. _. .1.1". . . . the Nation, Is even more vitally

t: : .:,,'. '. .,: :..; '; : 'r" "'"C '* 'TIIE'W I IIERJS'DRY ,- ; -. '. = important In war than

I : 'r :,'-. ': ".r:,' : : ;:.'..': .: : '; '" tIWAIT .. ;::1;" :: : '. I'' men in peace.and Thus women,the telephone at horn
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:1 :. ;;y: .. ;. : .;-. ." IFS' E WEATHER! :IS WET,- CUT .. ...:. : function are definitely-.>..

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i :. ..;. .r : :' oiiR FERTILIZERAPPLICA- '. . ,. ,r emergency calls at any how,

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.X\ '.:. : ." :': litor"iN1I'Al'R AND'APPLY: .. ', ? men, construction men, repair .
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J i-'W'Vv" j TWICE'AS OFTEN.. .r. i . : -. : folks their a
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War work-far they all serve,.

and the spirit of service.***

never more In evldencef. ...

,I Florida East Coast() Fertilizer Co. it Is today. ,.

/ Telephone 16 FRANK B.'RUE' Manager Homestead, Fla. SWIM lWaimaE

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Edt_. Nos are 'fVoWo solar
yvA1RtM. r_,. .! R-0004". ema.au a. his "l ease... .f.tM
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sTBicsumo SUITS .... ... It, .. !
p .frost, Moat, Fta "
hi !> c..a. $the ;
.,...... .f lIMo c.._____ We The United States
...... expects to
!sand a. .I.o ass gals a
t/.rea 1s, Jolt. so the .fYs convert 138 million bushels of
Fiends, -r.... ..... :: grain into 200 million gallons of -
, a_ .. "".
alcohol for making synthetic rub.

ber, the best use to make of it.
The. W r-God
! When Into Moron read I newt +
The War-god has walked in the item stating that combining of '

heat-fields wheat begins soon she naively '
And eaten the children bread. asked what they intended com. r
}\ The War-god went through the blnlng with It. .

, orchards, .

f And all of the trees are dead. The Arkansas girl who married

The War-god comes through the three men without the formality

whole wide world of divorce, and lived with two of
Like a dragon that must be fed! them simultaneously without either

! "',-,, -'.': _......-.. ---- ."""' "**l'*! lf>1" 'WjBXJiWf > husband being aware of the
Now how shall we speak to the *** I situation, must have had to do a
War-god. SB lot of finessing.
I y
, And' what shall our prayer be? I .&<&*" .

For never a prayer we know and TO'E Dr. Gallup galloped over the

, love ,& AUEO UP country to learn upon whom the
Will be heard by such M he! blame rested for the war, then

And we have no altars- nude fort l/Mffl/ff6,MM AN #O# S did not learn much for certain,

him 0di'COb QFDN THE SEC.QsralliMiEO.v as SO per cent put all the blame ,

( Nor any psalmody.Ve D' MAP sV CrwGafitIY >At on Germany 23 per cent thought 1

;t .' OuNALLGRTOR Nmt"ATID 71YHTS ewv1rN'AVX6WfQS Japan was at fault and 23 per
fctand In the way of the War [ /N"tUVE cent blamed both.
feeffe . .
3 ; AND .
.. Where the little streams run .rAttIUt ZMftMtfS Of TN'S' /SNAI. ffeUTMfJt* For' the Fourth of July events

red- 'AMK/A* flOf/O fifPTttZ MOWS NI'UtSNr ,YEYER P'NET.VATTS uniform In the parade and Coral

, We have sworn we will kill the /IXOM A mffjtrtvxtx*, fit*.- '7W.D&vs ZO rEETAONG Miami Beach had 4.8M men 'la'e'
War-God. W4/iwtij' e w/' tables had 3,000 answering to the
And will die for the word we SJ FEET Uf/0 AND "hep, hep".
;1 kaid! fOUT'' 7 Fllr NIt16 . .

il We have sworn that the fields Stacked in the ysults of the

" shall be green again. I I IT. S. treasury are' 240 "tons of
And give the children bread!. KNOW YOUR NEIGHBOR .ChiJdr gold 'certificates that' never wentinto
i II en in 'CourtBy : :. ,circulation. The"'paper' ,

' Oh! the earth U a strong old I if' '* * *' ** *' * Jsrice-Matoassa BatfleUrOKCZS :'I which" .they,:are 'printed is made on

mother. torn, pure linen and
'I e I \ ; rags prob.
And we look to the hour when lOt\, .eoeL* : ceqta. a'
: ; < ; pound or
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She will give at fields 'of clover JJfl.OOO. To".,print them required
and grain. I ORA.ti.ARGENTINACONTINENTAL more than million;,maa-hourx-.

( And good green trees again: (iORNUCOPIA, and.those boysdo.not work for
And fathers seeking. a window. It was found that a child.wyo their ,board only. ,Then there i*

light The Republic of Argentina has the hinterland Into the thriving had been brought Into court,,i- the,cost of the ink and the 117-
In the old, old way of men. !delinquent.because M.rwld.fJn' protective' threads. ;.
I been called the bread basket of ports of Rosario, 4La' Plata, and avoid a>
locality which possessed a ,very '
finally into the world-tamed Buenos waste of all this your Uncle Samuel i
South America. It Is all of that low standard of morals ,
Then there shall be no more War t Is !
Aires; capital 'of the republic,I consideringputting them in. I
40*. |/I and much more. The wealth bow third largest city in the'Americas,'! jln many sections of the couatry to circulation with the''under* .1.
For, out through the Milky Way, and soil-born juvenile courts do not have funds standing that ;
I yielded by the soil I a center busy as beautiful, of the'"payable la
Goes a host of .who' have at their disposal to place a delinquent '
men gold clause :
industries of a country more than, wards of three million of-the : dace not count
fought and dleod' child in an approved boarding e .' 0 fIt
third the size of continental tion's thirteen million people.: P-1
h To his. I home. Consequently their
tarry name away fa The "great three" In the .4s heartening to see a young
And drop It Into the Bottomless States impressive as it U, of the Pampas are wheat corn 'only' alternative .is to send sucha multi-millionaire like A. G. Van.
the work of cDld to the reformatory. At
Pit a population hardly
lia derblit
ignore offer
1 flax. Ranking behind them, but aa of a gold
To'wait for the Judgment Day! that of the state o( New York. of w"-tantlallmportanee 'are oats;I the termination of the sentence braid soft job and enter the war :

Louise. Drlseoll"Wolfing" The potential productiveness of barley, rye'and birdseed, But the j I inflicted the child is usually discharged aa a plain boatrwaln/s mat, But
( from the correctional ia-
I a nation which spreads over the cereals and 'livestock of. the ptai-|Istitution[ and permitted to return contains the mouldering dust of
rie country are by nomeans the '' at that he win save $300,000 a
whole southern section of South 'to his home where adequate
; supervision .,
sum of the republic's rapidly* expanding year on the upkeep of his steins
A new word has been brought America easy of the Andes IsAme, husbandry. In the north and follow-up treatmentare of race horses. .
lacking. Under such conditions . .
yond present approximation.
any la humid subtropical
Into our language as a result of cat':1: I it .Is only a matter of time :
Argentina is, in all truth a horn "Chaco, which ) A British diplomat, in a position
the war. It Is "wollin and before the child will be brought
It to t<,
of plenty; and the horn has hardly sugar cane, rice, quebracho and' places Brlta1IIou of
appller to the practice of ,,011III' about four-fifths of the nation's into court again. The average life thus tar at 100,000 and state nn
lIMa tipped.If juvenile court .is utterly helplessin
women who out of patriotic motives cotton. IB the central west adjoining that every, fifth home baa been
pick up soldiers and sailors tie world were a great jigsaw the'Andes, la an area of light removing many of the external destroyed or damaged.Anntouncemeat .
I puzzle, .s at times it would rainfall when/ under 'irrigation,' conditions Xhlch are directly .
who are strangers to them, take responsible for delinquency. Asa
seem to be and if some idle tales am grown grapes, olives and many I of the suspension I
them to a soda bar and'tftel them other fruits. It ls the wine result'such'coarts can do little of. the Kansas
tlal hand should tall to toying with regionof City Journal
to Ice cream and then perhaps,! Argentina tM south is the to Dope with, juvenile problems' after (3 years' publication brought
(the pieces, Into the. area that is effectively.: i
invite them to go to the movies. |'Argentina, it might try arralngOng plateau country of Patagonia,I'. The only, solution.to .this.pro a painful memory to me. In 1881 ..
The reaction of the men In the those of Arkansas, Idaho, Illinois heayll.1'ro.e.W on'the mountainslopes ,hem is to have public spirited cit.t .bought the Record,' published lit, .
services Indians Iowa, Kansas Michigan center of the ahaep-ralsingj the college town of Ada. Ohio,and
armed to all this depends {lien, throw aside .their own per- -
Missouri, ,Minnesota Montana ,industry. Alone In iU unprodue- ,hav ,ample documentary proof of "
.i "Ion tits iaonal! Interests and prejudlces.'and'arjempt ,
good the section 'of Nebraska, North Dakota, !livlty at the aouthmost tip"of Ire i having! successfully conducted it
country from which .. .,... to.eonatrud. wholeeomi tor,U .
they come.If Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota eminent' from the rest "yean., Tken-I sold it to si :
civilisation la which children, ,
Viey hall from the larger cities,: Connecticut Rhode stand, and of the country by the treacherous man, who thought he wanted u '
''live To do this, society must not
Straits-o! Magellan, Is .the barren newspaper, .and loll ,
they have had experience ist dealIng Vermont Whether or not the only rehabilitate the ,delinquentchild exchanged
pieces could be made- the and desblate 'Tierro del Fuego .money for knowledge he did '
limme''to tb fit
with the
'genus a but must also improve the .
boundaries of would ,home of primitive Indians.If ( not know how to run it, and froM ,
far greater degree than their colleagues moral standards ofthe neighborhood .
contain their combined areas, and I mining Is dw'arfed Iii eomparl- in which the child lives. Pa- then the descent was rapid. It :
from the hlnter1and. and with plenty of room left for aplayground I son with 'agriculture and'IdI:'sets', must be' taught that it Is tell into the hands 01'an experience .

realise that these attentions, which six times aa large*as ,raisingArgentinaia not lacking .necessary to change 'their :'own ] 'newspaperman butthe,

w-ouM-be Impossible la peace time the District of Columbia. la mineral resources. There are I mode of living and their emotional deadly ,virus had done, its work;
Nor substantial :deposits of copptI'.1:I and In a year or two more Itsus
or even la war time It the men would the states from he I I u attitudes: beta, a definite inv
Norh Amertcaa republic seem manganaea; Jeid.'UiC wolfram, sine pended publication. Hence; to me '
were. got la,uniform, are done to prove mest ean. be achleved'intheir '
k wholly out of place For the Argentine and o"1Nriirilito. the mountainous I l ,children.:. 'In'the.future 1will'be such news brings a peculiar pang.Dr
keep up' morale Pampas the great central provinces 'along the,WHt.;: the dut;of th.-iocIalPIf' .. '
One soldier asked border.. In two southern ,. _Edwin H. I'blsh :
was what play like Midwest United States, em pro.I chlatrtst M outline the necessary' Hughes :
happen U he doesnt like''thegirl's .Is one of the world's largest vinces, *s well as in several in factors which will be' essential In in the Methodist church, write III .

look "Oh. that "easy. reaches of prairie land. Treeless, the north, wells are .producing "the well-ordered social life ol the Pathfinder magazine that if there \
but of deep and ferule soil, temperate crude oil which already'' meets U aa angel who records the subtle
community! In which he lives.
You Just look at your watch and I
more than[ half the nation's moral
and with ample and evenly requirements changes In men's souls, "ha
say Tra sorry but I've cot a distributed rainfall, these vast I with promise, of an (Why Doctor aren't all.angels of ,

date: Md that's tbat." plains seem especially designed by ,eventual,supply for all need I, the female type?) has been kept

Another private stated that after nature for the growing of cereals The republic of Argentina, like busy In recent years readjustinghis
tile tint shock of the Innovation and the raising of livestock. Here :many another in the maw world 0 r Jab Is Save book-keeping and reclassifying

r he lOt considerable amttssHment It the heart of the Argentine family was bona out' of centuries I I M : his croups". In Dr. Hughe Judgment

out of It. He siW..thrt M.I economy with agriculture, fey; a of hardship, suffering and Internal I t, the puritanical bad moved
provided fun to study too '.h., wide margin, consistently maintaining confusions Today, come safely Into the "so-tailed temperance i
ulque of a girl taking the blue.tie. tint place. From here, I through to established self-rule, it I Buy class, the mildly temperate baa,

Ja a fWd that heretofore had tea run the an.r1et-the railways, la a stripling titan Hexing ..-:: WarBondttvirf joined the convtvialists and those ;

,be 'n.Bia.|>t to belong exclusively highways easVflpwmx river muscles and sensing1 Ita slag ItaJ L """ .11 ftf Day I who, formerly. .belonged. la this)

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Dr. G. O. Brewster, Inventor of l Mrs. Trowbridge's mother, Mn '
a&I bullet-proof armor spent the,Virginia Kelly, are occupying Mrs. rl i $
month of June doing war work In I W. K. Walton's house for a few
the north. On Mi return this weeks while Mrs. Walton is In i
week, the doctor laid that a large I Hendenonvllle. They had planned j
manufacturing company will carryon to build on their grove this summer jj j j
the production of his helmet but because of war conditions t r Z '
and body armor for civilian needs. are unable to do so. ,

Mrs. Richard Defiler arrived Mrs. Herman-Schlegel left Mon ; ;

Wednesday night from her homeIn day rfor a week's visit with her ..
Baltimore to visit her parents, son and daughter-in-law Mr. and

Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Davis. Mr.Davia .J Mrs. Carl Gamer, to Melbourne., rear Ted w t wa t e a + t tr.ra ,
is seriously 1U at his homeon ,
N. W. Third street tan. Augustus\ Wynn underwentan ..,a. 2l Fs. 2Z .._S .; ...... 25 .. 21.146alsae's

... operation for chronic appendicitis I0 9 19 !"wr" S !
In the James Archer Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. A. Gossman
returned this week from'Norfolk Hospital Tuesday.

where they were visiting their' son John Hickson of Naranja left How Budget Your Driving ;'
4 and Mrs. daughter-in-law Walter Cowman., Mr.Walter and Friday for a short vacation in to 1 1It

2 Cowman is a chief machinist mate Auburn, Ala. -
in U S. Navy.': took Mr. A. most of his adult out how you could have made to preserve the life of your ear, }
.5 the .Mrs. J. Tom Vann, Mn. O. D. ,life-until January, lid In fartto them last a little longer. seek routes where. you can maintain
Radford and Mn. Frank Irwin attended learn how to go to work. All Here art tip that will help youla a steady pace vca though
Mrs. Buford Creel, the former executive board meeting his life ha had "drifted" Into the finding batter routes: it Is not I rapid on*. S
Miss Wanita Thompson, who has an male thoroughfare with their Obtain map of your city's Isy-: To save Urea avoid 'crooked: \
of the W. M. U. in Miami
been living near Parris bland, S. yes heavy traffic their stcp-and-go out. Including traffic density twisting roads, bumpy roads and
I C. for the past two' months is terday. lights, and their sudden stops map} and obtain advice from street which, cross trolley track "
visiting her parents, Mr.:and Mrs. Doris Singleton of Redland Is imply because be was too Indolent acre local traffic authorities. You Seek out routes where sudden
Walter Thompson la Redland. Cor spending the week with Barbara to think out a new route likely to find many routes stops are not necessary.
for himself. which an practically unused,' You can have your cake and eat
stationed at
poral.CreeI.who was : Jean .Wakefield.Mr. while thousands of driven flood It _
too by budgeting
Then the ban Dew tires :your
Parris Island for the: past two came en
the maIn roads. la
sary trip this interesting
months has been transferred.Mrs. . J. and can, and Mr. A. got busy.
and Mrs. G. Weatherly
Id Be obtained a traffic density map To MV Urn and gasoline, andtuiYial Mr.
Asheville N.
vacationing of his city and charted several
A. W, Hutchinson'and son,' C. Mr.: and ),fra. A. Gude are occupying new routes He tried them tot a / NU

Billy returned this week from 'the Weatherly. home dur- few days, noting the location ofstop
Albany, Ga, where they have been ing their Absence: signals, railroadcrossings, s
visiting. They.1>tan to:leave in a ; congested areas, ether spots
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s abort time to join'Mi.jiutchlnsonc "/Ray Marsh'of Miami came I which delayed subjectedhim
in Abbeyvllle N. C. Tuesday to visit: Mn. H.: 'H. Ewing and his car to danger. He
--+-- In Homestead: * Jotted them down and gave each
I a nomber. He diagrammed his old
and d S. Wl: SmIth. of
Mr. ( Homestead rottte for eomparisea: then madediagram
Charles Connor of ,
Hollywood are spending a few
of each DeW'-tt M he
days at the home of their'son-in- employee ,at Eutem.AirlIft.. In tried it Botfl he WM satisfied that \ I
. law; and daughtev,Mr. and Mn. Miami has returned to work after be had found the beet one. .It.
Augustus Wynn. two weeks' vacation spent with Note, ta the diagram at left
:- friends and relatives In Atlanta and right above that it used to
I :Mrs. Richard Gordon of Ashes and JackionvUle. .take Mb A. twenty-three minutes
Vflle. N. C. her children Barbara ,to go to work via bus old.danger-
and Wilma, end bar mother, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs-Lester,S. Mener-' fraught rout, but by taking two
4 Will Webb of.Americus Ga. who Nil of Greensboro N. C, arrived minutes longer on his new route
; have been 'spending the week Saturday for a surprise visit will he eliminated six danger spots.
OB his way home he not onlyolknina'ted
Mr. Menereau's stepfather and
visiting Mrs. Webb's eon anddaughterinlaw
Herbert four danger or delay tin
mother Major and Mrs.
e Mr. and Mrs
spots but he also found that the
Katz They left yesterday.
John Andrew .Webb are spendingthis ,
trip took on minute less than did
week in Miami with another
; the former roUt
D. M. Morgan of Miami under ,
Oa this page you win find similar -
went major operation in the
returning a t. t. r. r.
/ diagrams oa which you can
James Archer Smith Hospital Sat
plot your old rout and two DeW
Miss Winnie Duggin.of Miami urday. Mrs. Wm. Fox. was returned one Maybe your time isn't Important t.. m. i. w wrti it r r..,
WM a week-end'cuest of Mr. and to' her home yesterdayfrom but when your tires are
Mrs. Curtis E. Lee. the hospital where she had gone it will be too late to figure IPM IPM area
received treatment for a face Infection
-' en--based... MO-WO-ests.eu..d00 Ie WYeII-res..uy as.d be ne
Y 'caused bisect bite.I 1'I;
by an
Mrs. L. A. Fennel)', Mrs.: Wal -_..
Christine Killlngsworth of Homestead
ter'Thompson, Mrs. Burford Creel
and Willeta Thompson spent Mon. and Betty Peyton of Miamiare and Mrs. J. S. Caves. KiM War- Min Myen returned to Miami 'Sable arrived here Monday to
In the
dar in Miami where they met Mrs. tonsllectomy patients eea Houston of Homestead accompanied Sunday. make her home with her son In-
Fennell's son.- Tom Fennel, who hospital. I them to Eldred. law and daughter Mr. and Mrs.
flew to 'Miami from Port 'au Urs. C S. Phillip and infant Johnny Becker.

Prince, Haiti,. for a visit with-. ,hI.. t :FLORIDA: : cmrBrWarrea Mrs. Gladys Clark of South ion, John Louis returned home
father.who Is ill. fevvrr i Miami was a guest Sunday of Mr. Sunday from the Kendall hospital, Mr. and Mr*. Glenn Merritt and
? rWllletta and Mrs. R. E.-Scott family of Homestead moved let*
,,. Thompson; spent' the Mrs. Blanch Chapman la confined the Brockett house on Tenth street
Fourth of July with her meters, Mrs. Fritz Schroeder will leaveMonday Miss Bonnie Myen of Miami to her home by illness
Misses Wilma and Wanda Thomp- for Hobe Sound to spend arrived Saturday to attend the --- Monday.WANT
son-In ,Miami. . .... a week'with relatives. Glenn and wedding of Miss Mosely Sever. Mas. Seima Mattson of Cape 1 ADS PAY
I Helen Schroeder who have been
r. MtID4 Mrs.'A. J. Campbell iM visiting"there' ','ifi'return' with

Clifford Campbell spent the weekend their mother 'Mn. Schroeder IIOMESTEAD'SWIMMING .
In Miami with the Campbell's. visited $r. and Mrs. E. A. Chase 0EXPERT

daughter Mrs.': Boatwright In Miami Thursday; .
Mn. Oiro.Rainlia i left Monday Mrs. ,S. J. Walker and son
for r/nlootown 0. TommyWhltehead .of Miami visited BARBERING
.- to viait bee
son-in-law and daughter; Mr. and relatives here Thursday : will be drained and cleaned I.

.Mn. Harold .D..Faylort' ?,, i every Saturday instead of ........ -. .---- "' -
Mrs:: A. B. iangham of EHred.Fla .
Mr.: ,and Mrs: W. guru Trow- :?; and her 'children Marjorie Monday until further notice Shave ltlb
bridge of,.Detrol '';hd .purchased'i Audrey,1 and'*Wayne returned ....... (ftaIa)__ "

'.the Bitteplace-in-the'iprtng and tome,*Sunday'.after visiting Mr, ART McKEE, Pool Manager .........(.........)_ lie

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II :. 0 Ill IS Social Events in. South r Dade a . : IS 11

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---- -- July IS'-Get-together of Episcopal .
Miss( :Moilev Athena Sever tnd Mrs Dorothy Barker. Mr*. Edward church memoes honoringnew M. A. Berger was Installed chaplain for Mn. Jesse, Gwsman

John Ray Baiker. both of Horn, 'Tisdale. Mrs. Frank Basso Mn, rector. I president of the Woman's Auxliir who was not present.
Jiffy 1J of Redland
\VI1\ E.: Myers, Mr*. M. A. Nelil.Mrs. -Meeting cry of John G. Salley Post of Mn Shand was presented wild
Neighborhood Club with Mn. R
evening R..B. Rives Mrs. Clyde Nell Homestead Monday at a luncheon a gift from the auxiliary, and
City Community. Church by the:i I Mn. Paul Haley, Mn:Ernest Neill.'Mrs. A. Holme. meeting In Bamboo Tavern by ;Miss Fox, outgoing president, wa

putor, the Rex Lewd Minter., : Fred Henn. Mr*. Fritz July IS-Legion and legion auxiliary Mn. A. G. Shand of Fort Lauderdale given a past president'* 'plo.I .
., I Schroeder Mn. L, supper in Legion hall at fifth district Memben
E. Fonyth, vice-president I were reminded that
witnessed 7:30 o'clock.July
I I Miss Leona CoUattscheck. Miss Other officers Installed were: I|j the cupper for legion and legion!
21-Meeting of W. S. C. S.
On either tide of the altar{I Mary Frances Arthur, Miss Mary circles in church. Mill Ruth Fox. vice-president; auxiliary members and their faml-
were lighted candelabra, cut flower Dana Brown, Miss Julia Sullivan, : Mrs. Edw. Norman, Jr., secretary; He4 will be h.Id'next Wednesdayat
July M-Meeting of Redland W.
and ferns. Miss Barbara Done, Eugene .W. Mn. Frank B. Rue, treasurer; MrLH. 7:30 o'clock In Legion halL
S. C. S. in church.ag. .
The bride was given In marriage Allen, Phyllis and Judy OoBPV H. Ewing chaplain; and Mrs. Mn. Aortha Hamm of Port Lau-
I-Meeting of Homestead
by her father, MOM E. Sever. Jean Dandy, Patricia Ann'RiDiana Ceo. W. Turner, sergeant-at-arm derdale was a guest mt the lunch-
B. P. W. C. at Avocado Lodge.
Miss Barbara Done was maid of Archie and Dickie Clinton. Mrs. Lamer Kendrick served a* toDo I i .
Aug. Luncheon meeting of I
honor and Ernest Nelll was the Virginia Neill and John and Phyllis
Episcopal Auxiliary at home of r
best man. Delta. I Mrs. Frank W. StillmanEPISCOPALIAN MISS VIRGINIA RICK Homestead Methodist Church at a
The nuptial music was played Those who sent gifts were: Mrs GIVES BRIDGE: PARTY meeting Tuesday. afternoon in the
by Mn. Wm. E. Myers.. Bruce Thompson and daughter, CHVKCH Mia Virginia Flck entertainedwith church. .

t The bride was dressed In a La von. Mrs. Blanche Chapman, TO HAVE: GETTOGETHER a bridge party at the home Mrs. David William presented

simple white pique street length Mrs R. O. Shore Mrs. R. J. Shepherd III honor of the new rector,the; of her parents Mr. and Mrs.' Gee.'M. a program entitled ''Ameries.'s'AtrIcaSpirttut

frock made with high neckline, Mn. Edw SUllng. Mrs. Rev .A. L. Burgreen. and Mrs Frick. Monday evening Thetdoor SUM.*.m ; Politic"caHind .
small collar short sleeve and set- Georgia Coop. Mrs. S. S. Shields. '
Burgreen a get-together high score prise was won by Mr*., Social Those taking part
In belt. With this she wore a Mrs. M. D. Jacobean Mrs. B. a party for memben and friends of, Julian H. Webster and the. low were>' Mr'si Ov L. Showalter. Mr*.. '

powder blue off-the-face hat Edwards, Mrs. Henry Brooker Jr. St. John' Episcopal Church: will score prize by Mn. Robert N A.'M..Logan.:, Mrl 'Dan Williams,' ,. '7

other accessories of blue and ar Mrs. Margaret Kennedy Mn be held July 15 .f the Gentner. 1.1.... J. A..McNellU and Mrs. C .....
of white orchids. Boyd Cohernour Mr; W. H e. t.
corsage : park. The.Wogtan's Auxiliary Is" Others present were: Miss Jasje D. Baker t ." ,
Y Mat Done wore a pink dotted Woods, Mn. >.vld Sullivan, Mrs. I II. in charge of arrangements Gatlin, Bliss Barbara Done, Misses Otherpreeeatwere'MarJ. Sara' ''" ',1'

a swiss dress nude with short M. Dobbin.; 'Mrt. Jesse Swimming In the municipal Betty and Mary Dana Brown, Mist Davis;' Mrs N.0. Gall, Mrs..'B. '),)
leaves and lace collar and cuffs. Mrs. A. B. Langham, Mn. ;
pool at J o'clock will be followedby Alta Webster and Mill Frick. M. Hindmaa, Mn. Casper WTUlUr
Her accessories were white, and ; ,.Unl, Mrs. Joe Torcise, Cavel'l a covered-dish at 6 ams,'Mrs.' J. L. BalUrd. Vis Jennie

her corsage of orchids was-laven- A. Aman. Mrs. John o'clock Inthe park. supper I CHURCH CROUP HAS LobdeJ\\ aDd the Rev; O. Sew-

der.The Mildred Sullivan, Miss WATERMELON CUTTING ,ell Palmer.
bride, born In Madison; Myers, Miss Alice Brady, Miss JUNIOR CLt'B PLANS f'I Mn Ceo Hanson. Mn. E. SCapl .
Fla.. Is a niece of Mr. and Catherine Rohrer and Mist Lillian Games testing "military aptltude' 'nger and Misr Helen Livingston
J. S. Caves, pioneer .... MIII'J Angebnl. "Mrs Redland Distrltf I were enjoyed at a watermelon will be in charge of the Joint
cutting given at the mans
Florida City, with whom she l
"wtlne of all the
test: will be sponsored by the Junior on July
Monday the
evening by
most of her life. She was graduated I! young people 21 In the church.
C from both Homestead High REPORT ON CAMP GIVENAT Woman's Club of Homesteadand : of Homestead Presbyterian I
AUXILIARY LUNCHEON I will be held at the dance tobe
School and Homestead Business Church: in honor of the four
I A given by the club Labor dele//
College and Is now employed at report on an Episcopalian rates who have returned ,r ;
the Florida Power and Light Co. I camp Camp St. Mark for intermediate ., Day, It was. decided at a meeting Mount Dora conference .' :T.' "

t Office In Florida City. I boys and girls Monday night in the clubhouse. Vernon Jackson who i* home for

Mr. Barker a son of Mrs. Avon Park last month. was Judgqc will be elected from a short vacation from Camp De

Warren Johnson of Philadelphia, I by Miss Van Rheney at ev:1 Miami. Miss Birdie Home was Soto Mill Helen Pope, Charles',
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Mlu. came to Homestead three :eon meeting of the Woman's sppoipted general chairman. Behrens and Bond Bitting made !

years ago. He was graduated from 'iliary of St. John' I I the high core and Miss Susan I Ir SEE t
high school In Church Friday at the home ofMrs,1 DISTRICT REPORT GIVEN Pope and Allen' Pope won the i
Philadelphia, attended I r :
Hemphill Diesel School la Lee H. Lehman. Mill Rheney who BT MRS MESSERSMITHA titles, "Wt. and Miss Awkward."lMiss I Mrs. Arvilla Booth :

Memphis, TPIUL, and .is BOW operator we a delegate at the camp was report of the district meetingof Beth Gautier and Miss Ann.t i. ..
of a filling station on Flag- sent by the auxiliary.Mrs. the W. S. C. S. held In the I Hickson assisted In the serving of i

lee avenue. P. RatcUft: was co-hostess Trinity Methodist Church In Mia- refreshment I I }JARIS.1

At present they are living ta The next meeting of the auxiliary ml June 30 was glv nby% U.n. Present .beside those ,named .

one of the Eichenberger cottages, will be held Axig .7 at the Anna Messenmlth at a meeting of ,were: Mrs. T. L. Hodges. Mrs.:

but they plan to move next week home of Mrs. Frank W, Stillman,the W S. C S. of Redland Community Larry Pope, Mr*. J. A. Ricks, Mm Home :Corsetry, "

Into_one of the Free apartments I In Redland. Church: Wednesday at the Avis BiUI"" Miss Mary Anp I . .
OG N. W, First street Present were: the Rev.. and Mrs. home of Mn. Frank W. Stillman ,Brown, Mitt Margaret Booth lilts ,
The bride honored A. L. Burgreen Mrs. Re ph-Kin,. Mn. H. J. Armstrong read an article ,Kate Gautier, Miss Iren.1ICUoDi{' Price from, .

miscellaneous was at a man, president," Mrs. O. Roman. on'missions. the Rev. George . .
shower Tuesday Mrs. A. H. Singleton Mrs. A. T. The next meeting will be held Hampton. Tom Hodges. Blair and I 3.50113.95 : r
from I*
morning until 11 o'clockat .
the home of Mrs. : Jackson Mrs. A.Wunder, MI:!. July 22 In the church: It' was an ,Richard Hickson and Paul Rue. I II :
Lloyd Delta in
Florida Shell, Mrs. Geo. N. Wakefleld. nounced. I ____ I IIIU. -
City here Mrs. Delta
and Mn. W K, Haas, Mrt. R. B. Others present were: Mrs. M. .
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Worley hostesses, '
were Brown Mn. Julian H. 'Webster; M. Ramsey Mn. Ceo:E.: DeueL 31" N.. W.. 4th Street
Sandwiches cookies and APPOINTED W. S. C. .. :
appe. Mrs. Johnson. Mr. Ratcllff Mn. Mn.Ootcrr Kufeldt. 'Mn. .A. --W "
Ours and cold drinks were served Mrs. O Sewell .
Palmer wa* Homestead
Lehman Mill Alto Webster, January Mrs. A. E Barnes, MnCeo. ; ---I ,
buffet style the :
during morning Misses Mary Dana and Betty W. Turner. Jr. Mrs. Moore.. pointed missionary I'
Present besides hostesses and Brown Miss Mary Jackson, Miss Mill Estelle Turner and Jane leader for the W. S. C S.

honor guest were: Mr. and Mrs I I Rheney., Doris Singleton Barbara I Moore -- -

Roy Chandler Mrs. Harry Cuchl.ella. Jean and Norton' Wakefield, Zella i l land If'" ,. n.. tun "" .1 .. '. I .

Mrs. L. O. Clonlnger, Mrs. T. Robert Earl Burgreen and In. Dnwdy, JImmie Oldham John Rim..
T Bowen Mrs. Edward Bishop sanell Roman.BOYS' I,
Ruehle. Bobby Oldham and their
Mrs J. H.
Simmons Mrs. M. Sll-

verman. Mrs. Fred Robertson Mrs. .. teacher Other, the members Rev. George of the class H. Ricks.who :=:. DIXIE DRUG. .

Burley Dendy, Mrs. J. T, Dixon, CLASS GOES could not attend were Joe Nei- := I" t
Mrs. W. W.. Severy, Mrs. Johnny ON FISHING TRIP
bitt, president, John Hodges .andGeorge t
Phases 1t.MA
Becker M'ni J, F. ,Rohrer Mn. The Crusaders of Homestead Henderson.A.hir.1111. 11.1.
E. J. Rhodes, Mrs. J. S. Caves. Presbyterian Sunday School enJoyed -

Mr*. A.. B Sews, Mrs. Curies I a fishing trip and wiener
Batik, Jr., Mrs. Bryant Bowden! :I roast last Monday on the Krome Alit (' Jf1>ft'I01OIJtaoLua
sues I1f co.roll
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Mrs. DonaUTZ. Sullivan, Mrs. Leo'Rohrer avenue can.L s4se. M. "" jt7jjj
Mr*. John Graves, Mrs. I IAnel I I Those attending were: Dowell nntii....lit A4"n% ...*. ... *nIrc "lLtHlnsn : 4 stnwEEts "
.. TlM ta l|> P. H. + .
Barrow.,Mrs. H M..Degler, 'Alexander Bobby Drawdy, Tom 06% ON be A -I.U ... !ifU.-. P. ( '!_ '

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scription. Please send !me' a'receipt showing Doodorsst Cream will protect
Q your daiainess"ter bases.. ,39a ; 1
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Families of the members of the Birthday cards for Mrs. A. C. :, FURNISHED 2 bedroom all-elec- BUILDING

Bedland Neighborhood dub held Easton Mrs. Roy Chandler and CUrtoo BeJokwrBKteaWiea trie apartment, hot water. neat I RESTRICTIONS! .
a picnic supper and party at the Mrs. On Stewart were broughtby Clods ag Specialist I airport Mn Eta Collins, Biscayne Government Building Order will "

home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam J members of the B. P. W C j drive and Federal highway ' permit the following ..
for both and
Clothing men women
Devil osi July 2. to their meeting at the home of Modallo. BUSINESS or COMMERCIAL:
After the supper an informal the president, Mn J. F. Ham. I la to restricted by order of! I BUILDINGS costing OOOO .or \

program was presented by: Jose mutt Monday; evening Mrs.1 I the apparel section of the War i SMALL furnished house Equipped less

Casca who played the cello ac- Easton, because of illness was unable I with bottled gas stove electric;FARM BUILDINGS, coding ft.000 j jI
comapnied by Mn. W. E. Gaby; to be present Birthday bou. ':-'I I refrigerator, hot and cold running -'I or less. II

Mrs. Gaby; who played several quets also were presented by Mn ,and eliminate extravagance This water, $30 117N. W First I RESIDENTIAL-AddiIions or new

piano solos, Miriam Holmes and I. P. McLean I order became effective April 5 i I it Phones SOW or 298-M I construction: costing less than '

Margaret Gaby who played a1 1 Mrs.Chandler, Mrs. Chas Clinton i for manufacturer, and will go Oystf) $500

piano duet; Katherine Webber who and Mrs. Stewart were named ,Into effect for retailers August 17:j FURNISHED house for rent See REPAIR AND! MAINTENANCE: of

did Hawaiian dances In costume; .as a by-law revision committee II | The order provides for widths I L. O. Hill at Berger residence all types of buildings la encouraged ti
and Mrs. Ceo P. Wright who gave I At bingo, Mn Frank Morris,and length of women* clothesof I j 10th and Krome. UY3tf) I by Government and no :'

humorua readings |I won the high score prize and all standard sizes and for chil;" price limit is placed on cost of
Present were: Mr. and Mrs L Chandler the low score prize.MI'II'I'I dren's clothes above four years FLRNISHED S-room apt, bath.i i.N. work done. The design though

H. ITJopp, Mr. and Mn W O.:I I The hostess, assisted by Mrs All fabrics except transparent I Prefer year-round tenants. 31 I should not be changed by repair.

Chase Col. and Mrs. Ralph King- Clinton, served sandwiches, cak".1|one are subject to the regulation . W. 1'00000.L Apply J. R.i ABC LOANS are still available for

man, Mr. and Mrs R. A. Holmes iced tea and limeade. I Under the term of the generallimitation Rutland, N. Krome Jo 1811) the above types of improvements
Mr. and Mn Wright. Mr. and Mrs. ]I| Present were: Mn Lester S.i I I
order, bridal gowns,j PARTLY furnished house In Florida to be repaid in monthly
Davis, Mn. Mary T. Furry Mrs. Mersereau of Greensboro, N. C.,f"burial gown and robes, 'and vestments I City running hot and cold payments oft :
J A. Rotherham. Mrs. C. G. .Catderwood ''' Mn Flora D. and Mrs. F. "
Myers i iI ot religious orders are ex. : ..ater. fruit trees; nice yard. 100 for 12 ma ft t S.7T
Mrs Gaby Miss Anne M Kent, visitors, and the follow-1 I empted. Apply Homestead Leader Phone 200 for 12 mo. 5 17 M I

Ryan O..E. Gowdy Lynn Gowdy, :'''ling members, Mrs. Herbert Katz, Additional exemptions are allowable i (a24U) 1.000 for 38 mo. 0 3Ut \

Carlos Louis and Margaret Gaby Mrs T. E. Stadig, Mrs. Frank i for infanta clothing, maternity 2,500 for 80 mo 4r 54.18Ne I

Miriam and Manhall Holmes, Morris Mrs. J. E. Gauzens, Mrs'' garments. and to persons SMALL furnished house, close In. Down Pa meat .

Katharine Webber and Mr. Gasca McLean, Mn Hammett, of abnormal height size, or physical Mix Way King Ill N. W. 6Jt No Red Tape )

>;. It was announced that membersof Mrs. Chandler and deformities. The order covers St., Homectead (P-nlt Come in and tee us for additional

the club' will have a meeting Stewart. Mrs.j'Clinton. garment made at home.' information or Phone 82, Homo-
Wednesday at 2:30: o'clock at the Mrs. Katz will entertain the In general the limitations are: I. FOR SALE stead. (

. home of Mrs. Holmes to do Red. in August No petticoats, overskirts or apron
Cross sewing t PAPAYAS for salt Also small Brooker Lumber Co.
to be sold over dresses. at
Redland neighbors who are not FRED LINK GIVEN PARTY j one unit price loquat and mango trees. Mn.

members of 'the club are Invitedto ON PITH BIRTHDAY I Separateor attached hood./ N. C. Ball 13 N. E. lib St. WANTED

attend. ..: I I|I A party In honor of the 80th, ,scarf shawl or patch pockets: (myth)
--- birthday of Fred Link was given.cannot be told at one unit price)24-INCH disc latest WANTED grove care-
saw, tyre, re.
WESLEY FELLOWSHIP CLASS by Mrs. Link on Monday at their I with dress movable teeth, with mandrill,, taker. Must hate knowledge .

BAS SOCIAL EVENINGThe tome, Bauer drive and Robert No jacket, coat, cape, bolero or' $35. Bauer dr. and County; Club of Persian limes

Wesley Fellowship Class of road. :redingote to be told at one unit:rd. Phone 245-W. (pjy3-10) and their care. Preferably -
the Homestead Methodist Church Guests were a few close relative .:price with dress I

held a social: meeting Tuesday evening and friends. I No accessories to dress, coat, or'>PLOW 2 Cole planters, sprayer, a man of 45 or 50

at which games were en. Mr. Link Is believed to be the ,suit with garments at one unit' other tools. Chas. J Fay now years of age seeking a

.joyed. oldest active barber In the state" price at 119! Fifth street (pjnl9) life time connection.
of Florida.. No slips' with dresses of non-i
Ginger ,bread and ginger ale I I'
: transparent material 5-ACRE lime i grove, 2 miles from Redland area. A modern
were served by the committee,
F I Miss Mary McNeil: and Miss Mar. till, Mn Casper Williams, Mrs.| Dolman, balloon, leg-of-mutfon I| bank sonable bid,Mrs.. Can M.be A.bought rea. home furnished. Applicant
i Berger N.
a Jorle Moser. R. E. sleeves. bias or cuffed prohibited.! have
: Murray, Mrs. Iva McKee Krome ate and 10th St. Home, must highest '.
I!' Other present were: the Rev Mrs. Earl Pacetti, Jr., Misses An-1 All tucking: shirring and pleat i stead. references of character '
and Mrs O. Sewell Palmer, Mr tolnette and Helen Moye Miss Ef- ;Ing which reduce fabric from I j
and Mrs. Lloyd Field and daughter fie Booth Miss Jeanette Wlllets, :normal width is prohibited. I and experience. Your
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Robin, Mr. and Mn Ceo Es. and Bob Willets. I No sashes, belt, of hems ex- reply should gin your
,seeding 2 inches in width. ; 20"Y&\i{ AGO 1 complete stor,'. Salary

No wool lining under fur 01I] ....................................1
r I coat nor wool under fur trimmings .' depends upon jour effort

r Crochet Chair Sets Grace Your HomeI 'I K.(Continued From Page Two |j and results. Apply
Walton the
No J-umt play suit, long Jack. vice-presl loA110, leader-En-
et*, patch or flap pockets. nor tirnt was made president and Mrs.C. |
cuffs on*slacks. 1 H. Woodbury was. elected first terprNc.

No Inside pocket of wool clot vlfe-pretktont . : Rtdland ) WANTED: high
-+'C \V Camp arrived Monday 1 iTUTttRiNG
or 'interlinings containing virgin or school and grade school subjecu
from New Mexico forn indefinite
repossessed wool. I Mrs K. J. Armstrong A. B, I
stay in this section (Re d-
No blouses (rayon, silk cotton \ Plummer drive end Cjuntrj
I linen or mixtures) having moreIhan ,; tend) Club road.
one patch pocket or hems,I : _"Mr: and Mrs. E. L. Lawrenceand i ---------'- ____
Ills more than one-foortii of an Inch son, Edwin let lursday: afternoon : M>TK1E or APPI M ATION

For teenagd girls, no liningk. : in their car for Damascus rkarur FOR nut TAX,,"PUll"'. i 'MIr
| .Ga Cleveland Lawrence I A.NitsNOTICx
.-wn as a bodice attached to *, accompanied -
: M 11ERxSTIVEN that
skirt of a two-piece dress nor suspenders , Gladn. E ano.k, k-laVr u' SUM m>4C.UDtr
exceeding 1* inches in,i -'Miss Carrie Frotcher of Ti- Ts nltk.lf No ,Ml snows
f the Ird in ..I June A. D 1H., hM filed
width. i tujville Is visiting her brother E. ..... III my crflr. and "i... m4i .'.pllr*.
will tend to Froscher and family' ... l,, lit dad W W ......* lh.r....
These limitations I''A. Said twafUW .......... the tull.wfat*
simplify styles, although the restrictions -"Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Crow 6e.Ated pre-e 1, the C.wntr or Dad,,
:returned Thursday from a three' lug or FI.eke. towitLM :
will not out-date present
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wardrobes.POLICE. I weeks' vacation They visited K,. i Tampa, St Petersburg and Ocala tM County .1 Pwlr. B tat. ot rinrlTfc. . \
( while IOD." M.MMHH of hid tnvmw ooi..
CLOSE I j "Little Elizabeth Skill enter. the MM wnirirl mm. In Uw '.._ ..SIra.
tamed a number of her friends t,;..l maid atHltlraU .h.ll k. ...-*.dawwde
(Continued from Page One) ,Saturday afternoon, the : I M law. the rroomv TlltWnte ..<
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will W to one bhlMa a Uar
and from midnight Saturday to Ta [being her third birthdayThose n the Cart Horn* ...r a.. the Britt
I j( who attended OCCllIO"1 a.dy to t.south of 1011.
f ok'... m. Monday .hkb It the Ord dey of ,....y... 19416
The rmolnl"bOlli'll apply to.wen: Dorothy and Carl Dated Ikia ltk *w af S.n,. 1042.

alcoholic drink sold over the Lucille Tumage Helen I CWrt E: H..IKATHfRMAW( Circuit core,,

1 ,counter at saloons or 0l1e.ta ,Jton Lehman Ray Woodbury 'I Dodo CKOTirC ...atr. .,....,
Archie Smith Ronald Brocker CI".lt c..m Mt.Of .
No packaged
lishment liquor. H. C. sTERRr.rr.. D. 0.
beer er wine may be sold after t 1 I;Bobby and Marguerite Crow II... IS M.__Up, .. to. 'dl_ __un

p. m. however;and no such: sale Betty Fuller, Mae Horton Harvey !: Or APriKATlOXr
at aU may be made at any time I and Louie Long Fitzpatrick* TAX KT.tnnatta
on Sunday. I -'Mr. and Mrs W. C. Myrick: \1 .1 A-6661-Aru ot '103W10IMI.

Penalty; for violation of the ordinance ,,of Palmetto. Fla. were visitor in : NOTICE I* RfaEIIY (.lit:*. that Rail
'' 1 f.rr knlaVt .t state and (_.., TaCmltlnU .
I( take a bow for beauty. Then i" Crisp qidte U set at $250 tine or to'Homestead last week. While here [ !Co. W* Weed the >r4 sky WIna
!CHAIR them to perk up your upholstered furniture and keep it and day la jail, or both such fin and I, )Ir. Myrick purchased: a house and i I *. A.. l>. 1640 fca. riM JB- .. mtoltln.
a4 bas au4 avHIratkx for
tab lookinc. A few balla of mercerised crochet cotton and a lew imprisonment The measure :was;: lot on Krome avenue, near hU I lax dead bbe .Issued .- HaM Or.tffca. e. .
rare mometit are all that an required to whip up t set.of theM prettY given all three required readingsat brother home and twenty acres ., n.h-.." the ,......'sue d.ssri.dpo..nr
-moriM.. This on features a dainty wild rot pattern ta as P0''* of glade land. Mr and Mrs. My- in 'k. Cauuy al Da**, SlaU a.<
Around It whl i verticalptoetaioo. one meeting a* emergency i ,, ..... "wft :
""" tt btcksremd. Jot enclosing border marches hotel ordinance ;)'I rlck win return In the early fall U IB Ilork 50. TulteH kr IW sea
Besides acIdInr to the distinction and charm of your i a attln C. AamuM. Huh FM
I.e,., sets like this will be Included i. the filial judging of the Sixth At'"ft*'. meeting. Moa !1y. nlgb. ,.s they ,are very much pleased Head t,. >. 6. ta :. Commit; O(
Alba- Nattoo-Wid Crochet Contest The National Crochet CJlampioa the council accepted tbM annual r-1 I,Ifcrith! Homestead . and will got Tbe 1100"w.rn..t flat at Dor af aaM** H"pwtf ....:.
cub "
43 tadriac crodieter- M Selected for important pt I It port of the mlllllclpall1brary and t!ditto the farming business the sold a rtiflmse woo Ia the some d
awl n tional boeos.. Directions far making An chair lit aaj details 01 recommendation of Couaioilman Tampa P.k. Ca.
obtained ssndidg a tamped. self.ddweed I,.on i iI I \:._ aaU MrliNeal. hare" W --.. "
.1 the Crochet COMM may be by 01 for --. specifying .... W B. Bird, library court resigned, which end June 30, waor4d M .... IW pr MAT d.w/b.6.
-.. tile Needlework Dept rT-' .1 I made the following.appohotments ] l>if.I. test W sold w the hires bidder
,.... ... its mitteeman. 1M4.Mr at tka Cow Hina few .a the first
___H S.' ,. I wL to the library board: I Virginia Walton for a five. aloa ar U the : af AanM. 14*,
a>bick k the ..r r .f An.... I
Mrs. A. B. Livingston to fill the term June 30 1M7
riding ,
: year Dal4 Ikai silk ... W Ju,>., ltd
Mrs .A..W.-....Leer of.Floss Its Ore allocaUoo: ?Those of u* nnexpired term of her late husband -I," Councilman T. E. Kirby FrankB. E. lATHCaMAM It j jot

s '.es. '''phIa..a'Su occurred to who are tired ride. and those who' which ends June 10, IMSOeo. . Rue and Bird were appointed 14 CMrlr DaaVCawxr af (Im.*rbria Caart*.

'you.what.. lotteal eoadiUoo the are Jot tired walkl"-WB Street U Prick fill, the tsar prepare the budget Jar the cHJ'seiwiilaf Ona fcal j
: MT M. c. irnttrrr. a 4).
h+ 'aoverante.t ha-Ycoagkt.abeost by Jocnual. cited term-of -A. Canerarv r flacsl year Paa 1.. *(.. awe I. ... IrUl t

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Pace Eight HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, July 10, 1942'4


; ?x5 CAR-SHARING ; 200,000 POUNDS '

Jj2 I (Continued from Page One)

? (Continued from Page One) W. E. Rheney bed fathered la a

iAA.a."S.a DANCER SPOTS Seaboard railroad; goes to Miami total of "" ,000 pound up to ye*, '
every day including; Sundays, at lerday. Alonzo Lewis, Cities I'vice

. r. 9 a. m. and returns at 12 each agent, reported 27.000 pounds .
night turned in by two stations Red.

At...- land Service SUUoh at Homestead
L D. French,who lives on S. W.
i and Uyert Service Station
. Fourth street Homestead;'goes to It.
Miami at I a. m. on Thursday and Florida City. The Pool Filling '

a & a reurnl. at 4 p. m. the same day. Station reported an Individual total ,
H Mrs M. Ethel Ash, Route 2, of; 21,000 poundi. The Standard .
se1\U.ng., fiR tff* tW Box 201, Phone 231-J, who Jives Oil stations of .thisarts

pt on Country Club road, 'one:half turned; In 19,307 pounds, acoonllrK.:
... to Agent Carl Anderson A .
mile south of Howry drive; come total
Into Homestead at 10 a. In. on of 1,130 pounds was reported by

"era" Tuesday, Wednesday; Thursday, I Russell Anderson, local gent for
friday and Saturday and returnshome :Gulf Oil product A. J. Camp..,
Mil, Pure-Oil distributor, reported
at 1 p. m. the same days; '
Miami 10 6, let poundi. Amoco station reporteda -
goes to at a. m. on Monday '
The Walker family (not to be them to follow. Above are pictured a s assn son I'm"' 'and returns at C. 'or'or'-p. m.' ..collection. !\ total-of ','100,:
eaf ated w lb the J. Walkers) are easily recognised "Danger the! same day. .".t. ., Pounds, L. L HoodSinclair
back OB their feet again, thanks Spots and "Safety Spots,* the ,gent, here,'.report his-total, as
Dr. E. M. Andel'len. Route 1 '
to the rubber ....... :No longer former. identified by numerals 27,400 pounds.. b
Box 5S-B Phone .
am the children driven ack and and the latter by letter Some of 243-W, who ; These recorded total add up to*.
forth to.moalb7**Slag nether; then will be found in almost live, on Biscayne drive between 'more than 175,000 pounds. Taking''
t>tey're learning to we Shanks'snares. ev neighborhood. At the right Roberts and Krome roads; goes to Into consideration ,rubber turned "'
Hotter herself it walking. you win ace P sJ'* old, danger- Pop Wa&ei's Miami at 1:30: a. m. on'Sunday
to,her bridge dub, thus caving the fraught route, and betide it you .U eW ww and returns at 12:30 p. m. the same road over by some stations without to state.
car for essential Saturday shopping tee hit new improved route. Note patrolmen compensation
nerve .In deaN. day.M. the grand total of
tourc. and even Pop, whhadst that by taking: ODe extra minutehe Kublin, R. f. D., Homestead, rubber
wnVrd a city mile since avoid walking;along a narrow who lives Haran road from this section will easily reach ,t
on ]* near
he self-starter was invented if road, traversing an area of heavy 200,000 pounds.
biking from. big suburban hometo traffic, and passing loading area Eureka drive; goes to Miami at
toe train morming sad eve- True he sacrifice one "safetyspot' MJ a. m. on Saturday and re- S
p. m. every day except Saturday
ning. but on this alternate route urns at 10:45 p. m. the same day.
Mow Pop, who hat don most automobile traffic is to light that Mrs E. A. Buchanan, Box 894 and Sunday.
C H Stett.nl Box Homestead
cf his walking; in the days of Old ao police control I* necessary. At Homestead, who lives on Biscayne 672 -
the lower right diagrams drive Phone 27, who lives on N. ,:
Dobbin and wooden sidewalks, are near Roberts road; comes
was completely flabbergasted by in blank for hi* ,... IS O& 16 .+. Into Homestead at 7.45 a. m. and W. 11th street near Krome avenue

the peril of modern-day traffic wife and youngsters to I mere me tots S 2won leaves at S:30 p. m. every day except foes to Miami at 8:SO a. In,
; so it was natural for him, useOr Sunday.S. and returns at 6 p. m. on Tuesday,
after for to it If01SM@ 2 1 Thursday and Friday
having his overcoat buttons von me E. Boland. Route 2, Box: 392,
snipped off by speeding taxi the yea 'want to derive tome "on .
who lives Tuesburg. road
i near
'Ant pleasure and from
morning and his coattails profit
a careening truck the your newly enforced dally U 110I sang eovrt q Coconut Palm drive; goes to South
1:=:s.cIlob1 evolve a Plan walks to school or work. Miami at 7 a. m. and returns at "(AD1HE 4

Btlpots-TbeHasar* @ of armed forces to or between 14'4WT AP

Be listed all the dangerous situMioaa.h.e posts of duty. I
think *<< x.
c which '
Jl. Transportation of essential
hit train home /
lay on route to theafcsiiea .1
and called Ibea "Danger war workers to or between ob.. AwettalagSANDWICHES

.......* on-..beside thai list he 12. Construction, repair, or
:ores down all maintenance, services; transportation
areas between his Wand the DiifiM h Meek, w* fcr per eUNMM. I of equipment or materials;

station (Including that pedestrian reels and lee hr peer sae. saw I specialized services to agricultural DRINKS I

overpass he'd howled *o ranch why eel eaceeme each extractive, or industrial establishment SHORT ORDERS '
bout when the tax bill came) *, ;
and called them "Safety Spots.. .lailsr W she h.% a oak nee ,
13. Salesmen of farm or Industrial at
With these list in band, be tried I ae* .... fir himself "touau machinery, medical suppliesand :
a different route each
morning I foods essential to the ef
and evening, carefully checking
I those areas when he could walk I ) fort.The
basic A cards contain 48 f
comparative safety against D. 8. la* Ilk Street
those where every step seemed to @ @ tickets each good for a fraction Homestead 1'IorIIIa'
,*e him lait After a few days he over four gallons of gasoline at
'discovered the fastest possible the present unit value. .
':rout* that lie could follow with I II ,

i comparative Fond :father safety.that lie is, Pop ha M Maul 'I

Insisted that hi* wife and children
work out similar route for themselves I Pm E I E] FOR BEST-BVlLTf ,.

and ha* helped them by won Von ,
(working up several diagrams for a
The quality and sturdiness "j
(11111I'feature.adipose Mm .11 Ingenious.ull ontkl.d' "Off to Work You GoJun Issued bl/ The Travelers Insurance i
I emp.1 and distributed trade I. the Internet 0' street and highway .....,.) 4' of your new Home may not be ty4N6

'- determined by its cost alone. ..'

Uonal uses the and of work '' sa The CHARACTER of Building a
"A" BOOKSContinued I appearing on application tine transportation
blank for supplementary : ers, or commercial fishermen to or Materials chosen will decide

I gasoline ration books are the between Jobs; recruiting or training Integrity, Specify our Best J

( from Page One) lowing: fOl.1 of such workers Building Materials!
o ber of Commerce building where 1. Official government: bu 10. Transportation of members 1

the local rationing board ha letup 2. Transportation of
temporary headquarters. States mall.

Application for supplementary .. Public school officials travelIng Your BRObKER LUMBER CO. INC.
gasoline ration books are given te from school to school. ,

receivers of the basic A book 4. Wholesale newspaper or mag. Lamber Hardware, IuJI'Doen'TeeIa
who ask for them. The blank line delivery l5pi"
are to be taken home and filled
B. Carrying newt camera or,
out and mailed or taken to the
photographic equipment for dissemination -
local rationing board, A. R. Me,. of !
public Information.
bean, clerk of the board I
said ,ee.
: I. Physician, surgeons, nurses,
terday. He said Your
that the board
would maintain office in the 'I
Minister, priests or rabbit.I .
, Chamber of Commerce building Transportation of farm .l. rriee Were Never S. Lew Pleats .f Geed Tataet

for the next tea day in order to and lupplit I' Iih ,
have sufficient\ room to accommodate .. R.A.CAMERON
applicants for supplementary i Trangportatiaa of farm, ma-. I'I'i

: gas ration book No applications .- ' .
for tire, sugar or tint ......1'....... I '... - _. .
1 "* registration gasoline will be taken and your health will take.car*. of .., . TOaOSTKAD/FLOUDA -oil
>4he board for the remainder of DR.R.S.SPICKARDaa4 it
itself. That the lesson that
that week and neat week except: Chiropractic toache*. Almojnf'attbodily i -'. OftwaMe.OM Mew+* ........ f. '

m cat of emergency, Mr. Meybem ailments art traceable'to T,1.Nov 'II .' Buttbllaheel MM ..,
aid. nowt ,
DR. a C. RAY maladjustd'vertebrae..C
To register for the basic A book these and nature

at the. school house applicant are sew .mods" witch permits vital organ to function ',;
most bring with them their automoblle normally. The aoundneMof thin

registration cards but It theory has been proved me,tad ,' "
fa not necessary for them to have DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST ever Learn for rourtUKg' DR. C R; DENBY
wills then the number of the $StedtJNtt ; necks

use tax stamp This number Ost
MIlt hi recorded oa the book 1 J 6/. Ui I t* ( opatliic Physician '
om.* DMTM ,;
saver Ice the space provided for II I&M.Mip.an Evening .y Attaeeatateat.

beta** tM ttattont can sell the Saadayat I to II Phone 39Homestead '
heUtc aaFJutjIae under the 181:. OeeaelH saamaan Dr. R. J. ElliottCHnOFKACXOE o "

oM goes into af. 1" ,'.Fla.' tII '
'fit .a Jain .., "'. ; :
)hone.11wta.MI from K. W. UTIN R, MIAMI! MeCrery, Area** , ,- .. (Orer Brow i's' Drnf Store) .,

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