Title: The leader-enterprise
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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: July 31, 1942
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00553
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
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Vol, -No.. 30 Homestead, Florida Friday, July 31, 1942 Price 5 Cents





. First Month of Persian Lime Ads Sees









100% Sales Increase g Over" Year Ago







I. Farm Labor Meet Slated !YEAR'S OPERATION OF JUICE




Here at 8 P.M. Thursday'1 CONTENT LAW RESTORING


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ASK GROWERS ,I Navy and Contractor Start Transfer f CONFIDENCE) CONSUMER


I I i Of Men as Pipeline Nears. Completion .


BRING DATA The THE WEATHER Checking up on *h<' result of
ON near-completion: of lie full lieutenant a month ago.
] I the tint month In which Pei ,jn
Florida: Keys: aqueduct i* Indicated I his Lieut. Spellman will leave. for Official weather report of the limes were Included In*the ad er-

by transfer to ether scenesof new post Monday. Mrs. Subtropical Experiment Station, tiilnfbf the Florida Citrus C>m.j .
-SEASON NEEDSFrul : activity of men who have+I Spellman, and their daughter, Homestead Florida. I mission, represents** of thecommissions
I Jane, went -.o Key West:Wednesday .,
'. i I Date !101A11.1 I Ml 1 for | Sale ,
advertising depirtjment
played responsible parts In its -
to gel ready the house
:construction: I have rented at 1212 they July 23-_ _,_.1) M I 88 |12UO0.15| learned here Monday :tact
Margaret
'j ; July 24.. 83 f 07 |j30.021| 0.25 shippers are experiencing, *tI
Lieut D. G. Spellman U. S. N.,I *- A talented water colorartist
July 23-. -. .j 82 j ,growers, farmers and all I stationed Mrs. Spellman belonged t
; I IW'Ied I here' since last November .
July 2 | n t 1111 !ness than they did at this t me
(other agricultural operators'are I Ito the Homestead Art Club .
,
as assistant. Lieut W. L.. mem.I July 27. _J 71 |30,111 004 Mali year,' with prices 'as goo If

m. to next attend Thursday' a meeting in Neva at6p. J lawyer, resident officer in charge i I ben once of a which week bad at Via beea, SpeUman meeting:; ((July .:a. j BII1-j.M |130.071 not better,- than.-those' of July,
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King Cooper school auditorium]-()f construction for the navy, has I home for all- )
'I I' char
of
l Don But, who hat
' under the auspice of the U. S. ;been assigned to the Key West .
Persian
commlsslon't
the me
:J, D. A. war board of Dad County Naval Station a* construction I Herman L. Davis, who was at*"
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and Phil Luce mi
,' [FLORIDA CLIMEUNFAVORABLE I advertising :
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and boned
Courtly Agricultural Agent I planning officer. A lieutenant in Homestead as construction
i W. Tlllmun, contact man in the
G H. Steffanl for the purpose of:Junior trade when be came here,I superintendent for WlllUmt' |
conferred :th
distributing, explaining and fillIng I he was promoted to the rank, of, Florida Ken aqueduct,' hat been TO l tame department .
DI ti
heads of .he Redland 't!
out questionnaire at to prs..| transferred to ArkentaA where 4JieTonitpanTTjat
.,;. n'entt and anticipated labor <'a "contract td biggest Persian lime pack ujhouset
needs' ( Jay a138mile
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for the winter season. I I JUNKYARD GETS\ gasoline pipeline between 'WAR GAS ATTACK I Tavern at Monday a luncheon Local In Bnrr. \'">nj o
The meeting will b* the second El Dorado and Helena. J
i to be held as the result of a trip I I Mr. and Mrs. Davit and their j'I' present were: Chas. Pratt, r'> ." '-

by U L. Chandler and H. L. Cox SCRAP IN DRIVEFORSLAPATJAP'children, Joan, Bob and John, left!!I Florida is a vulnerable state | dent of Florida Lime and A o.

of Goulds to Washington to lay 1 ,;Monday for their home In Flora :, for gas--attack or mother form of code I Growers; Lee H. Lehman of,
before federal authorities: a pro i Dr., where they will spend a short I chemical warfare but due to itsclima'ic i Pirman-Lehnvaa PackingCo
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posal to Import Bahaman negroes |vacation before Mr. Davit pro. :l condition. It It John R. Mithers, manage. f
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to replace labor which has drifted j, Iceeds I to the Arkansas project +II ful If war gate will dOUbt-I'I South Florida Fruit Gr \\', r,;
South I used here Geo. B. i Harold Kendall of Harold K n.
from Florida's farms Into An increased flow of ICr.p'I ,
dall, Inc. and J. R. Brooks of .
the to I' Princeton' Instructor for the I II ;
army or defense projects. metal into .he Homestead junkyard gas
.i SWIM\ MEET SET i : Brooks, Inc
, The questionnaire Dodo County Defense Council.
it designed was noticeable this week j I
I eve1i I|I Lucey and Tillman told oft ;)-
to meet federal said In lecture
stipulations for a after this area's U.JO In a Wednesday;
farm labor survey upon 'fblch the the national salvage drive was FOR SUNDAY AT j i I nlng la the Neva King Cooper motion work don by t,, ,:m
United States Employment: Serv. ,inaugurated last week by local I School auditorium. among the army camps and 41, ,irtermaater -
) ice may base effort to recruit chairman Ceo. N. Wakefield.: JItMCIPALPOOL |I In a lecture at the same place I corps purchasing farm hands from the ranks of this i Results are far from satlsfact jI, and time next Wednesday night tera. They told of camp after

.country1 own unemployed 'Wfor t to far, however, Mr. Wake- I I Mr. Oldham will discuss first aid camp thathad been convene toUmeL

foreign labor it sough field aid. He urged that 'resi I treatment and individual and
The swimming and diving meet I The shipper did not hetttate
The first home
meeting- was held'Tuesday dent of both rural and urban protection In connectionwith
morning' In the court ,district get Into the spirit of he''I which wat to,have been held at I chemical warfare. to tell the citrus commlulon'i ad*
house In Miami where Chandler Salvage program and "bring in1 I I the Homestead municipal pool "War gases," said Mr. Oldham. I (Continued on Pare Seven)

and Cox gave a detailed replrt',the scrap to slap the Jap." Wednesday, was postponed to 2ft "hug the ground not often going I
of their Interview wltt bead of i Mr. Wakefield spoke at a meet above seven feet to ten feet, and
m. Sunday, Aug. 1The \WAR GARDEN FOR
every bureau and department thatweuld Jog of air raid wardens of District are dissipated by a wind of at
be concerned in the 1m.i No. 2 In Gould last night ,postponement was announced least ten miles an hour or by a

A porta'Jon ,of ,Bah.man'labor, the, and explained details of the drive. ,by Manager Art McKee rain cloud. Cool, cloudy weather, :EVERY BACKYARD
proposal for* which originfetexJ :,'The meeting endorsed the salvage when featured swimmers from which we d no*, as a rule have
during a conversidUon here Is favorable for a at
several program enthusiastically 'and gas
Plaza and Macfadden'Deauvlllf
'I Honey -
SEEN INSURANCE
(Continued on Page Seven) Frank G. Hathaway was appointed tach"Moreover"
to serve on the committee of pools at ,Miami Bath h. said, "there Ire
: t I which Mr. Wakefield 1* chair I were unable to get transportation no enemy bases near here and it
Yorkers Purchase man. The Redland District Lions to Homestead for the originally it nor probable that the .1I.rnjo The almost complete lack of

Redland .District'Mones .,Club. this week designated Geo. H. scheduled data. Moreover, it was :: could carry bombs the great distance wt/ardent. in souii Dade County
Fitzpatrick at It* 'Representative: found that a Sunday matt would from IU nearest base. It b I it disgraceful, in the plain andunvarnished
on the local salvage commit1 result in more entries from the:difficult to obtain gases and they opinion- of L. L.Otanfier .
> Mr.'and.Mr*. Herbert Class i>f The salvage chairman 'emphasized rank of detente worker who do I must be cheap and easy to keep. : agricultural chairmanfor
.- Hnr. York have -purchased the yesterday that those who don not- haveWednesday af. moon "Training la essential to prevent the Dada County; Defenncccn
Pantlus lima &..aand house on car .0 bring their scrap into otI. I.the greatest danger in all warvj: tad chairman of the U.
Bauer drive and"Klngman road Homestead to sell to the Junk Junior aad senior competitions j I far--panic. More people are iS., ,D. A. war board In this county.
and are now residents of Ole Redland (Coonniwo on Pap Two will be bald in the following killed from panic during aa air I: -.8._ pUttoM; collard green
D trlet Ttvey' have she race: I raid In London than from the actual okra and even carrot and aquath

bought a JO-acrr-llta and avo-i :Accident Cues Cut SO- meter swim. bomb, speaker said. can be grown now" lie laid.
INdo grove adjoining the Sam J.Davis .] IDO-metar awim. I Gas : h* pointed out are Tin time I II especially suited '.0
plea an Farm Ufa road. 90% by Tire Ration 100-__ relay. made either to incapadlate an tb* vowing of Meat potatoes,

Mr. Glass who recently sold*te Says Hospital Head 0-yard relay.Onemeter area for an attempt at invasion everybody.. I duct car who bala
New.Tork home- or whether he live out in theeountry
and business win - diving.Threamefer ar to demoralize It by eootamiwatIng
leave tomorrow for a one-week Tb amber ef beapMal came dlvlnjg. Important places, such aa fao. ar in town-ifh* live
atay in the metropolis and during iron satemehaau aeeWn" Lea Each: : event win be open to both (Continued.. Page Seal) U> the Badlaad District h* should
his absence Mn. Glass wfff been ......* N per vest alao boy and girls, Mr. McKee aald. i (Continued on Pale Two)<
stay with. friends in Miami Beach. tin nUwriaawwt Into affect, Entries thus far Include Mra. ,
Mrs C. A. Froscher.' real tate said Dr. p. A. Bmlth, musty John Barker,-Don Done, Barbara Sugar for Canning Now F1UMKN BAT CHICKEN

broker who bandIed the Pontius akyslfaa and sung es b charge Done Jack, Dick and Billy Camp. Available, Sayi Carter I Homestead volunteer firemen
- safe reports'also the sal 411 the af Kendall .......... la aa i>- bell, "Pee Wee' Sykea, F. C. Steven ;totaled themselves Ito a cnlcken
Hilda Hlghtower Hunter 20-acr lervtew yesterday, and Sam Biondo. Sugar for canning I* b"w Available supper back of the fire station
citrus and avocado grow on Red- "ftpaeden art iwtteet driven Cold silver and bronze medals report E. A. Carter, chairman last nightThe
land road near Epmore drift '.0 base keen tweed to eat Wt over from last year's meet<< of the local rationing board I event waa not in oelibation .
Mr. lAd t-HfL Michel Zaber ef their laced and reeUeaawas Uaav will be awarded first, second and A record of last year' canning it of toy special occasion but
New York. They have remodeled their Urea-, be taM. Th* third place winner a* long aa the no longer required, be said but i was the periodical result of 'h*
the bouaa and are aw oecupylng reaaM la .fewerJaeaMcate aadyewer medals hold out After that, emblems the housewife mINt report hew accumulation of enough IP ,iey In
u. .r. iIIJvIfs..I" .'* will be pricea. much I she plan to can. 'j'[the treasury b "throw i* feed.7 '

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Page Tw HOMESTEAD LEADER ANt ENTERPRISE Friday July 31, 1942*


CONVICTIONS ON!! IBOY!' SCOUT 'USES OPEN LETTER TO THE FARMERS OF FLORlDAIsIilj
fl'E': z:'Z' :1' 7; :;rI' "
j By NATHAN MAYO j less the sale is mad for cash 1I

'CHRIST AND SIN Our 'FLINT AND.) STEEL, There I* a law on the statute I I the barrel head-to any oi.J
I' books Chap'er 0,878, Act ofl,,who has not secured licapsa' ,
Men in Service IMJy\ designed to protect Florida :I" produce dealer, the issuai ee
'SAID NEED'TODAY'Dennl. IN MAKING FIRE farmers from unscrupulous dea:- I II which license Is based upon
i I en buying their produce on credit i filing of -a satisfactory bond
k '*, *r * I ,and failing to pay for It. I'.I protect tte seller fl'Otl10111. If
.. conviction regarding I j' Homestead RoUrjr Club members 'I The enforcement .f such law I I Il :sale is mad to I licensed MI'*]
Christ and ain and more tlonee- i!LJeut. Franklin JumpsIn at their luncheon meeting l was placed upon 'tit department :and settlement 1* not prom"", )
crajfd church members were (Wednesday were shown how toI of agriculture which has been diligently made, th* matter should be
among the need of the church Parachute "Attack"First I light a fire with flint and steel at work, but full co-opera.I ported immediately to the '
and people In the churches cited land how to carry an unconsci 'ton must be had,from the farmersor I,meat with all particular, If salt
by Bob.WUIeta, Mercer University Lieut Theodore Franklin ous person out ot a smoke-filled )( producers themselve if the I Ii Is mad to .unlicensed dealer. ,
graduate and theology student In was one of the For Bragg N C.. ,room or building and other i,maximum benefits granted under an unnecessary risk of loss is'
an address before the Redland group of eight officers and 130 methods' of carrying Injured com- this law are to be expected I taken. The only buyer exempt
District l Lion Club Tuesday private who Jumped in the exhibition j i irades.I I As commissioner of agriculture, from the license requirements are
night parachute attack on1 I The demonstration was stagedby I am calling upon all farmers to those paying cash which doe not
The basic principles of Chris Ford Field in Detroit on July 4 I three members of the Home. !j refute 'o sell their produce-un- :Include settlement by !:heck.I .
tlani'y which have withstood age The "attack", witnessed by morthan stead troop of Boy Scout: Calvin
of adversity can well be applied one hundred thousand people ,Smith, senior patrol leader and I ;
i today In the home, hi busl- proved to be rlghly luccestful ,Jack Douglas and Leroy Fitzhughi j,i Ii Monkey Jungle Reports' KICKS tXTULNS |
rarer and in recreation and will : tenderfoot scouts The fire makIng 1 Two "Blessed Brents" Returning! home on Friday the
I
I Rev, George H. Ricks will preach:
prove helpful in these trying Mr. and HI'I. P. J. Franklin, demonstration was given by
time, said Willetc. parent of Lieut Franklin, (I Calvin who in previous test has I I Jos DuMon-:; ; Sunday at the morning Presbyterian worshipof '
'I Monkey Jungle of Homestead
Club President Will H. Owen I chanced to lei the parachute (tied the national record for time
now a member of the Church the subject, "Courag
Intercon. on
a on the Lion Inter. :taken '
gave report troop exhibition In a new reel to light a fire with flintlteeL
t Aircraft Corp. force in for rod.7 j
national convention held last and
Jack
last and Leroy demonstrated I"
week In Toron'o which he and the methods of If and ,Mrs. DuMond and Mr Ricks has been attending

Frank Webb attended It wa one Private Earl Rohrer son of Ing injured person The carrr'l boy two young sons are managing I for the past two weeks, the
the famed tourist attraction.Mrs leadership training school at
of the best convention in recent were Introduced
Councilman and Mrs. John Rohr. by Dr. E. M,
DuMond report'a "blessedevent j Mon"" ." N. c., which U the.
with I
estimated attendance Andersen
years an I er of Florida City ha been transferred the Rotary Clubs rep "
of 12.000, h and I In the household of the Presbyterian summer"conference
said it is from Daniel Field Auguta *. resentativ on the Homestead '
red-faced Macaque monkey at I|grounds fat the- heart of the Blue
the last to be held until the war is Gs, to MacDill Field Tampa .troop committee.
over. Ito Florida delegation In Wm. J. Geronlmo, secretary: of the Jungle, Big Bad, one of the j Ridge Mountain While he wag f
I wild monkeys, also exhibits Mr. Ricks also preached at
sway
colorful Seminole costume the
won club who with
David Roberta, who Joined up President Roy
the third of $100 In 1M proudly .a new offspring I I I the First Presbyterian Church of
prize costume with the Coast I Chandler attended the state Rotary .
contest Artillery .ynl'dla :11 two i l I assembly In' Jacksonville I >vII I Asheboro N C, where he war an'

month ago, i* now a* Camp Wai-1|Sunday and Monday. made a re- bulldozer because h* was not I"assistant pastor several yean ago

JUNKYARDContinued lace recuperating from a tonsil j'i port to, the club the permited islands.to bring his family to :

operation, performed last week, ,
according to word received by his I i The rocky land formation and
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:' ( from One 'Chas. Stefanillurt the pines and For I'rntDt
Page ) father J. H. Robert of palmettos are i
yard can take It to any one of the tead D.vld..* In the Home-I' In Nassau Accident much like those of South Dade, '
1, following depots from which It six month before going! to Mr. Horn said. I CAB SERVICEat
will be collected: Bend Ind., to take a course at Charles Steffani. son of County Donald Sullivan, driver of a ; ,1
Zek Martin' Filling Station, an airplane assembly plant. While Agent and Mrs. C. H. Steffani, is truck on the project, returned 'o'' reasonable ratea ,I Ii
,! N. Krom avenue at King Highway attending school, h* yielded to the in th* U S, army hospital Nassau his family her Tuesday. I
1 Homestead urge to enlist recovering from a neck /rac-
< Harry Welding Shop,"Prince- tore and abdominal Injuries received Last a.4 found temM W I PHONE 9108 or 389

J ton Sidney Kendrick, who was Inducted July 21 when ,a ,defense TU Bemtspera are
I Florida City Garage Florida Into the rm.t at CampBlanding. project truck h* wa driving ed tors. Every HIM erwUMM a** I HOMESTEAD: CAB SERVICE :

CityCrurrweli's July ?u *o I overturned. America kars a tree deed. F. O. Plam_. Prep. ;
Corner, :Redland Homestead Thursday of last week ,' The abdominal Injury It is re- tt* Japs IMC race Be? pew II ,
: road and Bauer drive RedlandSwllley for a ten-day furlough He will)ported, will necessitate a minor, UK every pay ..,. J -t"
'* Service Station, return to Camp Blending Monday I operation but leave no permanent ,
: ; Xrom road and Epmore drive, injury

I Redland. Edgar Slaa left Wednesday for Young Steffani, a member 'of.
Bernecker1 Service Station, Camp Blanding when /the (will this year's graduating class of
Krome TOad and Silver Palm i undergo physical examinations Homestead High School, went -o 'Telephone X-SW Establishes IN7SUTTON

drive Redland. I for induction Into the army. the Bahamas June JO to work on
\ Naranja Post Office. I the project which developed out JEWELRY CO.
He mad it clear also that scrap ,Mary Eleanor Williams of the acquisition by the United ,
could b* donated to any charity 1 Steles of bases in BrI'Jah. posses-
) of the donor choice although' Receives B. A. Decree,alone in exchange. for SO" ov- -.r..o-..- Miami's Oldest Jewelry Store.D4sasdaWalcbeeJeweNpSil.erwan,
the Future Farmer chapter of destroyers. ,
both Homestead and Redland have Miss Mary Eleanor Williams' Answers to inquiries made by i
mad arrangement for wholesale I daughter of Mr. sad Mn Casper I Mr. and Mrs. Steffanl have not (
collection: of scrap which may be Williams of Modello ha received yet reached Homestead. The accident m B. FUtier Street Miami Florida ice"" j jIt
donated to them and use the her Bachelor of Art degree from victim made no mention ofthe
money for the purchase of ....ar':'Allegheny College at MeadvlUe, accident In the letter received
+ bonds and (tamp*. Pa, according to word reaching by his parents yesterday
her this week. morning The news was brought
Miss William already held a to Homestead by Alton 'Horne ,
, WAR GARDEN
; bachelor degree In speech and I who returned from the Bahamas GROVE LANDS-TVCCK LANDs- drama from Waynesburg College i Monday nlgh after a .
stay
of
nice Were Never Be Lw of Geed Yates ,
Continued In Wayneiburg Pa While there( -rienlj
; ( from Page One) I eight weeks at the project.
should have a war garden in his she was active: in the Little The. > Mr. Horn secured: a release '
r I back yard." !atre group and was a member of(from his contract a* a driver ofI H. A. CAMERON
t ; Mr Chandler repeated his fat 'I II the Pan-Hellenic council, Sigma i I
I write refrain of advocating thatevery ,' Epsilon honorary fraternity, andlpha I REAL ESTATE ;,
I family plant at least 29 j Camita. Theta, social fraIternity .
; papayas a* "eating Insurance* 'I i Your HOMESTEAD FLORIDA "',
I! To complete her B. A. she
1 They are unbelievably quick Opposite Odd Fellow0 Buildlnr
growers*' he pointed out "and in I i i;transferred' to Allegheny where Spinaand.
a very short time a family would she was a member of The Play Tel N*. 71 Established lJt
have enough fruit to live on If the: Shop and an Alpha Chi Omega .

food supply to this area should be I pledge I ( .
cut off by some emergency

"Another thing every family \ Your 'I
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should do i* keep chickens. HOMESTEADSWIMMING
Chandler said. "Scraps from the I
EXPERT '
table will go a long way toward QalthSEE
I POOL
feeding few hen

BARBERING / ,
I. O. O. F. to Install ",
TO THE: SPINE win be drained 'and cleaned

Five. Officers TuesdayFive Haired ____ HeShave : i, every Saturday instead of
and your health will take ear of
office r; scheduled to __ IVSharnpc ',itself. That U the lesson that :Monday until further notice
I be Installed by the Homes'**! dials( )___ Me: :Chiropractic teaches. Almost all

t Odd Fellow at their meeting IJa&aIIM (Medicated),.._ ,Ie ,I bodily ailments are traceable to ART McKEE Pool Manager '
Tuesday evening.Officers Stag SSc ':maladjusted vertebra Correct 7

Installed last week by racial ____ Ua than maladjustments and nature
Part Grand Master H. B. Beattl permits vital organ to function
Facial Pack __.__ 7
are Paul Leaner, noble grand: eCeaabhMttea normally. The soundness of this
Dr. C, H. Deob). vk.grand. K. ) Tantal,...__ 78eTBJ I theory has been proved over and
& Caplinger conductor; W, Y. |* __ ,,. .._ ...- -- lit over. Learn for yourself. DR.CEDENBY ",
Bush right supporter to the not Meetacbe Trt- lee ..
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I t l* grand; and Clyde Barrow, left i
tJ''JII ,t* Osieopathic Physician I
supporter V the noble grand. ;
I BUSH'S Eveatan ky Q........ :

Am cwromomooixn 'Dr. R. J. Elliott . Phone 39Homestead
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'Jij Uilibll UiUHW1WlliUHilHWUI> ; l1t Gt jp ?hsr. ;w.; iomW:W i J tR-betetVkat bV I younger brother, Andrew 'fer-' brgeoi'a :wnyi'endil.Iiixes \.

.R' L >FAwardJ.\eft Tuesday for Had, been '!murdered. For the l i burg who has Just attained his expects to be foot tortweeks.

20 Years : AgoTW helphotn ini Miami . ." past two week bet bad been majority . Boysoa H. Chase ef . ."

: .+--i A.' tieittaoln.Mrs'Lney'Jorr wwkj- at they Ed: Broker mill I Mia_ wa toastmaster rot the -"0, LaMonte.Grewretuw ed

dan who.'.i ....present far New'l and waiUast seen alive Saturday. evening and,be called on prominent Wednesday morning from a two

Emu. GoIJaUacheck, storekeeper guests for speeches.: months' vacation trip, vfeiUa
.wirer lame am t*>* w.fcMta Yprk has bee* recelve4 saying;; a
a ..... ,...r w -_-.......il. that the, will probably be home[at Goulds for ,whom Ryan :Joe Terburg aid that his familyand California Western Canada and
M> rM .woad'
: k t. h rvru> It till.i4 around th. first of August Mrs. worked last summer identified relative In Holland, their elsewhere." .

-morr.d.. own. lAI. .... Zi_ Jordan"'visiting the school* in the body. . The body was discovered former home, which the younger! -Chester Redd, who got back

and around New York City and by Elmer Wells and L B. brother had ten In November Tuesday night, gained M pound

a 1uaHirm11imuiimnniunrirmMn her'ton, Cyrus, i* studying violin Jeffrie while they were In search would be celebrating the birthday on a its weeks' vacation. . ,"
at 'the New York conservatory of timber for saw mill purpose of 'Andy' at the tame time "Mary Elizabeth Krome

July 17, IW1 under Professor Holland." (Red- Member of the "A. O. Morgan they were celebrating here a* It I wishes us to announce that she

-"Th. bond election held list Ian) family living a short dis- la a custom in Holland to do has gone a vacation trip to Ed-

Tuesday passed off quietly. . .I "Mrs. A. O. Raab left last J'tance from the spo4' where Ryan large entertaining there on such! wardsvlUe lit ,"

A* wu expected the new electric !'week to visit0'relative* in Chi- .' found, told the authorities I I occasions. . 11 I "Mrs. Fred Henn and? William .

light plant rolled the heavlett cage (Redland) at Homestead that they had beard -"Mr. and Mr*. M. P. Wollam have returned from a visit

voto-Jonr/ bsltig registered I 'an. auomoblle passing their place entertained about twenty young:tot' several day In Miami with
"E. A, Carter left
against! It. The tint proposition,: last Mon- at an early hour Sunday morning :people at their home Thursday friend and relative . ." (Florida
day for Lawrence Kansas
and
to expend $25,000 water F. B. Chandler William Hendry City)
on a evening, July 17, the occasion be. !
plant carried the vote standing(other point in the west. He expects land Jack Chandler, the ,ing the birthday of their daughter -1' _"Mis* Florence Gotman returned -

39 to 28. The vote on .pending :month.to(be Redland away) for about, one old son of Chandler w 14.year-1{. Nellie,, and also the birthday!" Monday from the Beech

$SOOOO to build a modern into custody Thursday and token]of Julian Tucker. . ." where she spent a delightful
I I"Neel
electric light plant of sufficient Halnlin returned to Miami, where they are held -"Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Harris II I month's vacation." (Florida City

capacity to take care of the city's i I last week from a trip to California -;pending investigation. Sheriff L. returned Saturday from Byron, -"Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brocket
where he I'
need for the next three or four attended the A. Allen, accompanied by r. W. Ca.,.and are at the present time I left Sunday for their home in New
:yean, at least, was impressive. wedding of his sister Miss Ella''Pine, county solicitor Jailer M.)making their home with Mt. and Haven. Conn. (Florida City)

Binding 67 to 6. . ." l Hainlin. (Redland) |(IH. Rolfe and Dr. E. J. Jaudon Mrs. Carl Dedon.Mrs. ."
( -"Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Kling
-"Th. Epworth League was and children, Lillian, Eleanor and|'visited the scene Thursday and I -" John Peacock returned
entertained on Monday night at ,came to the conclusion that Ryan from Hahlra Gs., Tuesday mornIng -
Jr. left
Joseph Saturday for two
Mist Lula Smoak'i home. Games month vacation with friends i had come to his death by aCddent.l with her mother Mrs. J. W. :II.x

were played The coroner' Jury will Hitch, and sister Miss Virginia
and contest held. ant relatives in West Palm Beach ,into mra
. Refreshments were served to Fort Pierce and other ,{town hall Friday and at that time j Hitch who live at Princeton. . ." WAR8ONDS
guests who were: Julian Tucker, I points as,make its Inveslgation. Dr. J. B -"W, F. Theus returned Sunday
far north Ohio. . Florida
a* (
A. B. Cain. Mark Watson Albert Tower, the examning physIcIan morning after a two months'

Bradley Emory Brandenburg and City-)"A recent letter received !has requested that the skull be stay In Valdosta, Ca, on a business STAMPS

Carl Tweelell and the Misses:. exhibited at the Inquest The and pleasure trip.
from Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bigger' .111'
Oliveen McEwIng Frances ,Perkins |story told by Chandler Is that I -"Mra. R. E. Edwards and L.
states that they are having a most ..
Alice Farrell, Louise Conner, enjoyable summer at Napervllle ;Ryan came to hit home Sunday R. Nixon left Monday for Akron,
Helen Livingston Vivian Free night under the Influence cfI Ohio. Mrs. Edwards expect to I
IlL Ben has
accepted a position ,
Teresa Carmichael ;liquor and demanded that Chand-l
Lula Smoak, with the Krohler I
I Manufac'.urlngICo. take him to his home at the!
Euphla Martin Marlon Lummis :
. ." (Florida City) 'Iler
end Eileen Bryant." Chandler could not go toj I II
"Mary Elizabeth; Krome is
sent his Jack, with the cat.
ton.
-"Th. local baseball team will visitingher grandmother, Mrs.I I II
play today at Fort Lauderdale.I Burns In Miami this week.- The boy lost his way and became He1 I i

The wives, sweethearts and (Redland). j I mired on the lonely road I, bulUing' _
then obtained the aid of a ion
friends of the boys are going alongto _"A Helping Hand Circle has
of A. O.,Morgan. The boys could :
spread a fried chicken sup I been duly organized by the ladles Mai rials .
not move the car so young :
per 'at the beach star the game of the Spiritual Science Church
Chandler went back to town and r
Those making the trip are: ,"-Redland). I L ;
his father and William Hen-
Manager Crow and wife, Mr. and July to 192 got I
I j dry. -They returned with an axe',
I Mrs. Deputy Dr. Smith and
wife i1 the beginning of this week after
1 | and some boards and after a halfhour's
Mr and Mrs. Nash, Miss Annabel fred last Tuesday resulting from 1I
work, extricated the "
j Nfaf of Princeton. Misses Ktfon, stomach trouble. Age 47.fr, i I car
had
and returned home Ryan
Lois Chambliss Carrie Schumacher Dodson moved here six months I
fallen from the car on his face In
and' McEwen, Dr White V.I ago from Okeechobee City, and
( the it Is said and allowed
mud was I|
'
ttcWUllams, Wm. Swan, Glenn leave a widow, one IOn, (Henry: '
to stay there. The men
Summers, Foy. Hobbs, Mr. Swear- I and two daughters, Ethel and
claim they left him there think
ingen E. E. Carter, Toy Myrlck Mrs. Effie Edllnew. Intermentwas I I
Ing he would sleep off his drunk. .
J W Morton H. O. Hall and at West Palm Beach." I
,Billie Mead."' I I I -"Mr. and Mrs. W. M Brodie I An abrasion over the left Itlad'eye '
which looked though
as
-"l\ 1s1 Mildred Ughlsey en-j left Wednesday for Georgia for PaintDon't
i been made by some blunt instrument ..
Repair
tertained host of friends at the j'a three-month stay, 'where they] was thought by Dr. Tower I Iwn"o
I Hillard home ,I
on Saturday of las'week will visit friends. '
examined the body to be
,*In celebration of her elev-|1 I -"The Hobson family are at
enth birthday . ." I II proof that death was due to *
Miami Beach for
i i a stay.
'I blow the head. "
I -"Mr. and Mrs. Lee Fread and I -"F M. Dolan of New York.I -"A on very enjoyable evening let your buildings deterioraU.
two children and Velma Hark- was a visitor In Homestead on 1

j ness, 'left Tuesday morning on a;j Thursday. .' I Homestead was spent guest by both at the Miami Seminole and Hate necessary workdone_ now to preserve
"
two weeks' outing, taking In Day "Thomas. Kirby wife and
tong Port Orange, Holly Hill and baby (the latter a resent arrival) Cafe last Saturday night when four home or investment.
Joe Terburg entertained. at the
other, plonts. They expect: to bring got back to Homestead this morn )
largest dinner party of the season I
been Cerda home with them. She has. ing.; .. In honor and surprise of his You don't need cash if you use the ABC
taking a course In bookkeeping -"Will Mead la-hopping aroundon

and typewriting'Curbing / . ," crutches due to an accident to I II Monthly Payment Plan.
-' ond gutter work Is
one of his leg during thursday'i 1
now being' done on Krome avenue ball game." ; i
on the east side* "Ivan Maser; Is building a1 '

-"Mr. and Mrs. James Baker house on Hogard' street, next to ', HOTELPATRICIA
are rejoicing over the arrival of a.. H. J. Davis" I BROOKER LUMBER CO., INC.

baby girl born on Saturday.: '-"Ronald Brooker who has C
,I t Lumber Hard*are. Saab Doors. Toots
L O. Hall left Saturday for been sick for several day has

his home in West Palm Beach.' been taken to Miami for treatmerit. () PHONE I* HOMESTEAD FLORIDA

He expects to return to Homestead the
He Is under care ot\Ii I
as soon as he can disposeof i Drs. Smith and Cowdy the lat 312 S. E. 2nd A\"e. i

ills property at West Palm ter a prominent Miami surgeon. I

Beach and build a permanent' Appendicitis I It feared 1 MIAMI , ', " " ,, '" ,
residence here"

-"W, K. Walton is preparing Aug. 2, im

the ground to build on at the I "The finding of the body of I Overlooking bay" and river. For Complete Home Furnishings

corner a mile north of Lewis' James Ryan 40( an electrician by Two block from Flagler

corner** trade, in a lonely spot three miles :

--Mrs. H. ,R PrIdgen who west W Homestead Wednesday ],I Quiet SeesSmithGraves :

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f HOMESTEAD LEADERAND =FJ.OR.IDAHJiL!: :!' t.S h't iZA91i fi] to flood overcome powers or to withstand sufficient strength"the evil '!

ENTERPRISE onea. There U also talk: of a new, j
i political party for the tame alfl'leged
'
IBM AICHEK .-_rmMii* u4 UltarauaJOMB reason WjI
I I II
LIACH AtoreitMb _,
----- ...-rl.....t ,, OawiYfllMM I A couple of kConvmenta' com-
I[plimenls: From Willard a O-t- J

htu.hij ....-,. .. h..b.A1e ''., Inally, grandson of tha man who .
w ..... rualralea Co.Sw.suascatrrtox \ "The 'of
a JWr ONLY.P/YEIe painted Spirit Seventy .'

auu 0'ml* 6vcCa Sr six": "I greatly enjoy reading .
..
1111 Dado Go" tuI
your column in the Sanford (
o..ts..r care c--- h.ll OF FLO.Q/OA Ti / I7
...... ..... .... s Herald"; from Holllster Sage of'.
.. U. ItU. .. Ik. "t Wfm Mni'Hnt. Connecticut "For many yean 14.
ftorUta. liliT Ik,* M* *tunk 57./ONN TslkfS
t, irrs. have read.them. with honest ape
4H'T fieLaro provaL"s

CO/-- Av7EAA b2rZ 04WWZMFIc.SNG e e t .
,
Stay on the High TrailBy 2L8S. 9)e an The two billion lineal feet ot

IVC,4'tS7e film used by the movie producers .
ZWFA.S'2/NG/
Annie Mathew Fltspatrkk
contain enough cotton and nitric :
Stay on the high trail The fun / C/QC/.Nlf.Pf/VCE ll iSN acid to' flU 25,000 quarter-ton !t.bombi. ]
shines longer there ( \
Than down In the valley where f 'e k ti t'M7YEMER938 fA4oWA06E or'MeEE economize a'little and by their "
shadows have their lair
admission .
own they have been
) Val wickedly wasteful as they say .
Stay on the high trail, where you '
could
they save 50 per cent of the
may tee afar, AINNIS acs7Y amount used.

And naught can com between I e .

you and your guiding itar. Coney Island, once the world' '

Stay the high trait IAIIANO most widely-known playground,
on Althoughthe 4lP/s !
7A, 4 has been so seriously crippled by
road trod
you've
condition that it I* about down
Ii lonely, rough and barren, It'. v and out
closer to your Cod. r ; THEY. I e I
'
GffOOfM0GAT In a' radio address Secretary of
Stay on the high trail for look.
State Cordell Hull warned that .
Ing down the roldYou'll
c/rA/ after the close of the war it would
sooner ice your hero itart be our duty to police the world
upward with hit load.
e An"ONW
Amru sv for a possible 20 yean.
a *
And should he be discouraged
or
Officers who have Knelled the
worn and 111 and frail
DENIZEN smoke of battle and suffered tho
To It will be :
you Heaven to help '
FLOR/DA /N -- privation of war tee red when
him find the trail 19-17
uV'EQS t F .W ITALIAN SCt/ASH '[they return to' Washington and

o I T/d.PE IDf/t/A 36 .eSA'/ES 4"a WAS II find 10 many war activities and

American Soldier Good. i 4% IO4'6 71r.PEslO" G'OlVN 8YPt,t8W7 even Its policies, directed by

Mixer A/KO173r Fi/NSES 0' c/r.e is' epauletted young mien, many of
\them from civilian rank It

A newspaper correspondent, anEnglishman .....-" ". doesn't seem quite fair but you

who has recently returned ., remember Mark Twain' remark
from Egypt and had a good procedure to get a delayed birth "' ![:in acreage over last year. At the about the weather: there isnt a

opportunity to watch United State i j'certificate. Proof of birth consisted CURREN'C03131ENT same time they declare Germany'* i thing wa can do about itl.

cargo ships at they were unloaded, merely of an affidavit made prospect are for less than usual.| I I I

if a bit enthusiastic about' the !by a relative or friend. Under' Maybe both claim. should not betaken One of he effect of war on

way United States soldiers and j'those simple requirements it occasionally .I too li'erally., national industry 1* the closing of '
engineers; adjust themselves to the happened that fraudulent By AGNEW WELSH 23,000 small plant, employing

countries and the people of the eertificates were filed I -"'---.- Our war thinking seems to be 4,300,000 people. These were

countries to which they have been which were used for Improper and Misses X. lb. wolo.__ along similar lines with those of> (mostly engaged In making small <
sent illegal purposes.In -..be..in_ae.a has o.c'Mp -_w .N. -- England. Dr. Gallup finds nearlythe I wares, largely of metal, and most '\

President Roosevelt has 11141 new and stiffer require. wkk his ..In_. A_ emonvol- same per cent approving our of them so small they could not
stated ...- to A.....
Wcteh, 'IS N. B.
that at the present time U. S. ments for obtaining a birth cer- tats '1IWt. Mtoml rift. conduct of the war as does the lIIIa,.. in war material produce
| tlflcate went Into force over all Englishmen ha Interviewed con tion.
citizens are to be found on thirty. !
front (I j the nation Three facts must be Fish, like the human race, are earning theirs. I f"Miami' .
one In this
global !
They are there In small numbers war;|'shown on every birth certificate: ,I prone to wander. A few days ago I I II current returns of

and In large, running into the]' 1. Exact day, month or year of i a ten pound fish was caught at I # Hey, Chris Columbus, waken I;property for taxation are as follows -
thousands In lome cases. birth. I Fort Lahderdale that was identified up and listen ..0. this one: On; July 1 : real estate, 1118.962,480.

United States citizens 'have the I! 2. Exact place of birth. a* an alblcor, usually a habitat 22, A. D. (as you would write it) ]personal property $23,594,480, a

for 3. Names of parents, Including! of arctic water 1942, an American-built bomber total Increase of two million over
capacity feeling at home
any.' I I
where. They expect the natives))!maiden name of mother. I I starting from Montreal, landed a*I last year. From this the city has
This must be I Patriot Gandhi has wasted his in but five fixed
not only to like them but also to proved by written anEnall.h airport a budget of 13,763,000.
like their customs and for the evidence dating from a time as,,life trying: to get India from under minutes short of thirteen houn. Homestead exemptions increased;

most part that ii exactly what near as possible to the claimed British rule and now it beginsto I I... five million dollars from whichis .

happens. The explanation Is said time of birth Affidavits alone are look a* though ha lOOn would There was a time when the deduced that 1,000 new dwellings -
no longer sufficient have no India to free a* the Jap were erected here the
to lie la two factors; one Is that I policy was "Old men for counsel, part
the average American likes to All persons applying to the Bureau threaten to'mop it up and the young men for "'111'." This seem year.
of Vital Statistics for a birth prospective defeat (If Russia does I .
mingle with people, and the other to hive been reversed, Judgingby
Is that we have a polyglot certificate are earnestly requested not make It look so good for India. a Washington columnlat'i A sharp advance In the price of .

at home which has trainedus population to be patient at the delay in receiving I I I I Maybe. Premier Churchill's son story that said the Department of sponge has Increased the numberof

In looking for the good traits| one. The delay js caused J'I I was right when he said "We are Justice was Irked because of the boats engaged In sponge fishing .

in those of foreign birth and by an unprecedented number: of.1 nol strategically as smart as the slow deliberation of the "seven old at Key West

thereby! taught us to overlook applications reaching the bureau, enemy." generals sitting In judgment on I e

those characteristics which no and by the requirements for utI I the eight saboteur: Whom would The Southern tobacco market "

really would rub our fur the rmost accuracy. Uncle Sam has Congress' appropriation bill Indicates you select to try them, a lot of opened July 28:_ The crop i*

wrong way. laid down certain rules for proof a windup of the CCC crack-brained, wild-eyed young slightly less tha ft last year's, due

This capacity of our soldiers to of birth which the Bureau of Vital I which spent $Z.278,000 la the past upstarts Let us see: wasn't there to unfavorable weather, but price
Statistics must abide by. "Red eight and the are Expected to than
win native populations to friendly yean chopping off some fault found with the "three go higher
feeling toward a tape" Is dispensed with to the of 540 million from the WPA will old 'men" of our supreme court? last year which had a general average
and us as Individuals limit of safety In all Bureau of be a definite blow to it They I I I of 17 cent a pound
as a people Is worth
more Vital Statistics proceedings.The were railed
"major
depression
than guns and battleships, In the 'Definition: Florida, a fruitful
The
Estero
agencies. Eagle states that due
long view of things. A United field for .fadd,sts. Some yean
Scouts e e to falling off Iii project
Boy of America! building
-States soldier or sailor can be depended ago three brothers, a friend and a
through Its Reading Program, Invited Roger Biibson a number of east coast nursery-
upon to make the right economist and sister of the three located a few
sort of friends. millions of people by, radio, financial writer of note has beenvisiting miles from LaBelle with the Idea men are finding a severe lump

and some 15,000 by letter, *o his old Massachusetts of an exclusive fruit diet Because In their bUll'i iYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTTYY

nominate the best books they home and studying conditions and of weather condition the project
Birth Certificates knew for placemen among the they do not look
so good to him. faded and they went to Ecuador
first ten books for a Boy Scout Once Its farmers worked "from and seem to have found their El: THE MAIL BOX

American citizens have begun Book Shell The result la addition can to cant" and now they lie'dorado. They wrote that raw rubber """""""""""".... .."""".."""
to realize the advantages of having to the Bible and the Handbook abed
until 7:30; stores do not open has advanced- from ten cent
birth certificates, says the Florid for Boys: until 1:30 and business has driTedlargely I I a pound to 40 cent*. TRIBUTE TO ERNEST WALTERS

State Board of Health. This has "Abe Lincoln Grow Up" by( into the hands of Hebrews.. I Death Angel close
been publicized by the U. S. Bureau Carl I you came so
Sandbur: Greek and Italians (I could show Columnist Ernie Pyle the
t Monday night we felt the brysli
of the Census and "
by state Life of Theodora Roose- him parallel easesJn Miami who thin
I'C I ) I war has doomed golf he of your wings
bureaus of vital statistic for ft H. Hagedorn.coat !(keep longer hour and make
mon pronounce the most useless For our son wa riding that bicycle
many ,..n. However, the "Captain Courageous" by Rude He outHe
found Protestant
ey. church door
.
I game ever devised (go, a few short minute
jority
of
people failed to take
yard Kipling. on the while
wane the
streets charges it with producing: sunburn before. '
t advice seriously until they were -Huckleberry Finn' by MarkTwain. were crowded with the auto of 1 f apoplexy, alcoholism<< and I !i We're grateful you let him safer
fared with the of
necessity proving those
attending movie
Enterprise domestic
Infelicity. ) reach our door.
their birth: before they could "IvaBhoe" by Sir Val'ef Scott ..
I U declining for which he! I I i{God, help Ernest parents! bear
enter the army or navy, or before The Last of the Mohicans" I
by blame high taxes. On that he is Labor union men; tired; of pres.de. i< their loss
' they could secure a defense Job James Fenlmore Cooper. only partially correct It Is a 'ent leadership chiseling/ : and.other {, Be ever near them.

which required that a birth cer "Microbe Hunters" by Paul Decadent period for a once prosperous ;evils bf power, are"talking of '@ And to you, Boy Scouts who are

tlflcate be furnished. I Krulf. locality. Re adds: "We can 1 new organization made up fro m 1 let. carry on
CltUens not having birth certificates Robinson Crufoe by Daniel lick the Jap now but can we the better element of both the Where Ernest !left oft
t should apply to the Bu I Defoe. keep them IJckedT"I old one Within human His last
every act, a good deed, taking ;
r reau of Vital Statistic of tht j "Tom Sawyer" by Mark: Twain e e body are the seeds of Its 9wn salt I a fellow Scout home. ..

Elate Board of Health.las the state "Treasure Island" by Robert t England U grateful over a won- destruction; sun\ creations art :Ernest, we know you are safely

of their birth. j Louis Stevenaorw-Thia Progressive derful crop prospect, it claims[ but little different tn that respect,' home':'at laaC.,1';

lfct-1 110 it wee ,a very slurp J rimer. iacraa-wfhy a* added, M pat cent that kettle betas. t ctalttaJe.tt, tlh ',* MSS. A.Wf JANUARY., J






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I; .Friday, July. 31. 1942 HOMESTEAD. LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Parro Five


Mrs. Virginia Walton spent last Entering Service in 1942 Is High
I week-end in Eau Gallia with her

parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hooks, Service President
Advises Webber
In and Around ,and her daughter Pa'xicla. Pa.. ,

tricia is spending this week ia
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BY DL JOHN R SHtUCAN:

Homestead FLORIDA emI EDITOR'S NOTE Dr. Sben tea. "'"eMat ef Webber Cel-
leg. hM beet aet4e4 Iw aetlve serves UfMfk ISimS HS.
I frarrcM Sewry ., Ms essnsst/ng nicer ef 21 few ate wH i-d>< islaving

big age handicap waived.
'r .. Wm. J. Geronimo and Roy S.
I Baboon Park; July 16-General a call to duty 1MJ Is an mvttatlon -
and Fred W..Calkins will Chandler returned Tuesday from
Carlton Singleton = accom Somervell said it well July to All that
% I on I 1 high privilege
where
Jacksonville attendedthe
Kufeldt are now employed In Key I Calkins of the state citrus they
Fourth "We
: are being soundly Cod and Christian mm have held
tree inspection force to FortLauderd.1e state Rotary assembly Sun
:West as welder beaten. Thus fir we have lost dear Is la danger now, and every
day and MondayiA \
Sunday for a one- *
everything but our smugness. Christian needs MOW to how that
W. J. Fitzpatrick Is commuting week visit with her soninlawand
Dr.
between his Miami office daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert nutrition claas sponsored by The MOM people who blockedour he knows how to live
the Defense Council will be held every effort to prepare earlyor This Is the last of these article
home of his son .nddaughterinlaw Ward, and Baby Robert Calk-
and the grove I to thank the who
to help our friends before want many
they
Mr and Mrs. Ins Ward. each Thursday at I p. m. at the
became exhausted are now stalling have written me fetters about
town hall Admission Is free and
Fitzpatrick. who are spending -
W J.a month in Lexington, Ky. Dr.Fitzpatrick' . Charles Robertson has 'taken t the public Is Invited criticising the methods of our them.

wife, ,who accompanied position as salesman at the Homestead Commander In Chief, and complaining *
Mrs. Harry Degler returned Fri- of our alliei. They seem BomneraogTold
Haberdashery.
and daughter-ln- .
I her son till to think that that a good place to get
our simple entry
Barbara day after a week's visit with her
their daughter.
law and husband In West Into this war makes victory certain I his laundry done was tat Jhaf
,# Lexington, will visit at her old; I Robert Spear Is working at the Key
4 and that they are safe to goon house over there-end don't take
home in Prestonsburg, Ky. fountain of the Dixie Drug. Mr. and Mrs Foy Hobbs of fighting against Roosevelt tint any back talk from the lady's oilman

I Homestead moved Into the Brocket and the Axis second. an army rookie tossed Ms
R. D. Taylor has returned to Mrs. Fred Rhodes returned Sunday house on Tenth street Friday. Meantime the men 'ot good laundry In the front door and
Jive In Homestead after an absence from Rochelle and nearby heart, In their longing for national snapped to the colonel who Bred

of It years, and he will be I points In Georgia where the had Mrs. Selma Mattson, Mrs. John! pride and self respect, seem Instinctively here. "I want this back by SaturN
Joined by Mrs. Taylor, two been spending a month visiting Becker and children, Ricky and to overvalue our few day." .' *W
daughters and a son when he has relatives and friends. The colonel caught on fast and
Accompanying Norma, Mrs. W. W. Severy and slight successes in this war thus
found living quarters. The family I her on her return was her daughters Milfred and Warrene,' far, and to belittle the plain fact merely asked the name of the sol.dter .
moved to Miami In 12 and to father J. B. Posey,' who will and L. C. Aldrich were guests of that we are still a long way from who had recommended the

Donalsonville. Ga.. in 1932. spend a few weeks her visiting Mrs. Frank Stalling in Coral Ga-; strength-equal to even the. weak place. The last named Individual
I Mrs. Rhodes and his son and bles Mondajl est of our ens miss. wound up doing that particular
Miss Marjorie Moser. ,daughterof and daughter-in-law Mr. and batch of laundry In the middle of
I It is time for every man with
Ivan Moser and Mrs. Plas the parade ground with all present -
Mr. and Mrs. Posey. I II Mrs. Wayland Demere Is critically army experience to push in and '
member of this year's graduatingclass I --- -Collier s.
in at the Kendall hospital help la the conditioning of the
at Florida Southern College, Miss Jayne Coppedge of Miamiwas Her Infant son, Wayland Jr, was green troops. Time for every RUB
Is now employed In the communications a guest of Miss Sue More brought to the home of Mr. and: deferred In the draft to Unlit upon
department of Pan American Sunday and a hostess of Miss Mrs. St. Clair Demere Wednesday.' waiving the deferment. As men Appetizing

Airways. She lives In Miami More on Saturday I hang back, to go only when called,
.< the home of her uncle and I Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Mattsonof they compel a slower rate of SANDWICHES
and Mrs. V. O. Rohrer,'' Mr and Mrs. J. R. hadas
aunt, Mr. Byrum Fort Pierce spent the week- growth in our army. DRINKS
and spends the week-end in guests Tuesday Mr. Byrum's end here.
It Is old truth
Homestead. I cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. La- an that a man SHORT ORDERS
does not know how to live until
Boon of Decatur, Ala, and Mr. John Becker Is recovering from
I be knows when he should
Bruce ; went to work land Mrs. Tom Kimbrough of his recent illness. preferto at
die. It Is time for us ss freemen
Monday for Pan American Air Gainesville, Ga.
to show that we would
pre-
Ferries, Inc. I' James Stevens and W. T. Nobles , DICK'S BARBECUE
fer to die rather than wait in*
Sonny Peters left Saturday of Chuckuluskee spent several -
Dr. C H. Denby and Dick Huff night for Macon where he will be days thl> week with Mr. and. differently to see whether a lottery C. ft. 1 at llh Street
will call to defend
us the
will leave Sunday for RoaringGap 1 employed the rest of the summer. Mrs. Si Clair Demere. Homestead FloridaiUNERAL'
Christian mode of life.
N. c., where they will spendtwo '
weeks with Mr. Huffs Mrs. Ted Oldendorf spent Saturday Tuesday dinner guests at the 1898 was adventure. 1917 'was

brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Sunday in Key West home of Mr and Mrs. J. S. Caves -

and Mrs. Thad Shore. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard were Mrs. John Barker, Mrs. Er-
Lewis. nest Nelll and Mrs. R. H. Worley.
Mrs. O. M. Freeman returnedto S5TURNER'S>

her home In Coconut drove Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Turner and Word has been received that

yesterday after a visit of several)]lIOn, Dick, will leave Sunday for Mrs. J. W, Caves and son, Mer-

days at the home -of her son-in-I Texas.. cell arrived. safely in Porto Rico
law dFrank daugher Mr. and Mrs --- Friday.
Webb. Mabry Scarborough 13-year- 0E
old son of Constable and Mrs. J. The Rev. Lout Mutter, the new

Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dick have M. Scarborough left Wednesdayfor pastor of the Florida City Church,
rated Mrs. Julian H. Webster's Athens, Ga., where he. will announces that steps have been Wour Ambulance 5erN ice

residence on Krome avenue. spend a month With his great taken te>( reorganize the Young
uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. W. People' League and it will hold lADY ATTENDANT

Mrs. Ceo P Wright spent C. Doss, and their son, Caret Its meetings on Sunday evenings Phone 270 Homestead F&DON'T :
week-end in Key West with th'l Caret Doss will take him to the at 7 o'clock. All young people are ,

son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and mountains for a few days. urged to attend. '

Mrs. Harry Wright .

Frank Hautman will return I
Monday from a two-month visit In I

New York with his cousins, Prof.i
and,Mrs. E.: S. Shell'ey. His aunt,'
Miss Bertha Kill Hausman who i WASTE FERTILIZER

went to New York at the same I

time, Is doing research work I
leading to a doctor's degree at
Columbia University. Her course -

will fart two more weeks. 0 .


Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnson
have returned from a onemonthvlsif
with relatives In Connecticut

'; IF THE WEATHER IS DRY
Mrs. =lids Adams of Goulds ,

who has been a medical patientat -: .. ;

the James Archer Smith Hospital : DON'T WAIT TO IRRIGATE OR
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since.Tuesday will return: to I i
her home today. ,

: IF THE WEATHER IS WET CUT )
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C .ASSES'1ti
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YOUR FERTILIZER APPLICA- :::1

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TION IN HALF AND APPLY : '

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TWICE AS OFTEN.


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Dr. B. F.. Stebbins .. I I Florida East Coast'Fertilizer Co.

Dr. L. W. Stebbins I

WI w. stager: St, Mlaari Telephone 16 FRANK B. RUE, Muster Homestead Fla.

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I" FAMILY- AND FRIENDS CELEBRATE 90TH VERNON TURNER TO BRING MRS. BISHOP GIVES BIRTHDAY PARTY .
BRIDE: HERE SUNDAY
ANNIVERSARY OF MRS. C. P. JACKSON, Vernon Turner will be wedded I FOR' TWO-YEAR-OLD. _GRANDDAUGHTER'

-- to Min Catherine Smith music -
Mr' *. C. P. Jackson' ninetieth to serve a. lay reader for an student at Stetson University.Saturfty .: M.... L. K. Bishop, Sr, gave a, Dexter Lee Thomas Joyce Wol. '
birthday anniversary Wednesdaywu Episcopal district without a rec. evening In the DeLand,1 delightful party at her Porvenir lam, Louise Wollam, Donna Tal-'
tor. In 1W he WM ordained I :Methodist Church. The Rev. J., home Wednesday afternoon In i bott, Patty Talbott, David Lester
made a happy on by her deacon end the next year gave up J, Richards former Homestead honor of the second birthday of BIrd. Ernest Sherard, Jr. Loretta '
/ rally-Dr. Jackson their dough. his medical practice and. helpedby I pastor will perform the ceremony. her little granddaughter, Karen. Kiuam, Janet Cooper, Roger

..... Miss' Mary Jacluon and ton,, Mr*. Jackson, organized St.ands . I She was assisted by Karen'i Baron, Sylvia Barnes and Ronald .
A. T Jackson-and by the frt I Steven' Church In Coconut Grove The newlyweds will arrive Sunday mother, M.... L. K. Bishop Jr. Barnes. '
who fathered to eat lee cream I put up It* tint building ando afternoon to spend brief The little honoree stood wltb thehostessses The grown-up guest Included:
and cake wither and those served .* rector for six year honeymoon at the Turner grove to receive all the 10'1.' ... C. H. Denby, Mrs.' Alvin
ant her fruit and other gifts u In 18UI Dr. and Mrs. Jackson home in Redland. guests. Campbell Mr' *. A. L. Lanier, Mrs.
well ai letters and card: moved to Homestead and he, with Birthday cake and ice cream Bevo Webb, Mr Howard John-
Ninety, yean ago a daughter,I her assistance, organised St. were servedThe ion 10'1.' ... J. H. Roberts, Mrs. Bob
Rosalie Vallance, was born to ArundJua John' Church in Homestead and the CalendarAug. small guest were: Nicholas I Cassube Mrs. Frank Webb, Mr*.
and Anna Fennell Tiers colored million churches In i John and Stephen Denby, 10. J. Wollam, Mn. Preston B.
In Philadelphia. She was educated Homestead and Princeton. Donna Rae Campbell: Juanlti Bird, Mrs. Ernest Sherard Mill
In the Moravian School In Thereafter until Dr Jackaon'a S-Busineu meeting of Smith. Sandra Lanier, Tallulah Allen Kissam 10'1.' ...- Don Talbof,
I Junior Woman's Club .
in
Bethlehem and the Friends School resignation I few yean ago Mr*. I house. club Ann Webb, Janice Howard Johnson [Mrs. Edw. Barnes, M... Ceo.

In Philadelphia, and In 1883 married Jackson was active In Sunday Aug. 3-Meeting of "Homestead Sibyl sing Carol Roberts, Barnes, Mrs.' Harry Cooper, Mrs.
Dr. Charles Perclval Jackson, school and missionary society Ronnie Webb, Bobble Cassube, A. E. Smith.
B. P. W. C at Avocado
M.' D., who hud been a practicing, work and took an active part in Lodge
Aug. S-Meeting of Neighborhood
physician for four years.Dr. the young people'l actlvitie Club at home of M.... Mary-I I +}:+v+++.++++}++a+ man being, dogs cats, and other
Jackson continued to practice She till retain these Interests, Furry, animals sick, but they vomit UD the
medicine when he moved to I and she has retained, also, the Jove Aug. 7-Luncheon meeting oil I Hints poisoned bait and recover quickly;
Jupiter, ,Fla, In 18M and began of her wide circle of friends. Episcopal .Auxiliary at home of I: toe red squill doe not, In the formula

I Mn Frank W. Stltlman.Aug. I commonly used, affect poultry; It
NUTRITION CLASSES JENNIE LOBDELL CIRCLE Iff-Mettlng: of Interned- !.J act slowly, allowing late comers
'TO START NEXT WEEK HOLDS JULY MEETING ate G. A. with Barbara Jean Housewives to the bait to feed without being
Classes In nutrition will be Smith. scared off by funding dying or dead
started at 10 o'clock next Thursday Miss Esther Livingston was I I rat lying around; after eating
In the Seminole Theatre, an- hostess to the Jennie Lobdell Circle +++++4+ .+++++++++ !some of the bait the sick animal

ounce Mrs. Don Ferreyra, captain of the Homestead Methodist MINNIE DELL WOODSON i I NEWER: PRINCIPLES OF 'seek their burrow, and In most

of the South Dade "Victoryin Church Monday evening at her ENTERTAINS FRIENDS I RAT CONTROL cases, they die in the ground, thus
the Home' unit of the county home. Miss Lobdell directed Minnie Dell Woodson, daughterof I I preventing the odors that usually
defense coucll study of the book, "Our Times."I Mr. and Mn. W. W. Woodsdn, She U. S. Department'of Agriculture follow rat control operation, and

A clam will be held In Florida Salad and punch were served. entertained a few of her friends I Is continuously investigating bait mixed with red squill can be
City In the hall at 2 o'clock M. at swimming party at the city processed and kept indefinitely.The .
city Present were: MI'!!. B. Hind- pool and at a luncheon at her method of rat control. Some
Bureau of Biological Survey -
Thursday afternoon man Mrs. Lloyd Field, Mrs. Alton
I {home on Wednesday, yean agd barium carbonate was however, not only stresses
The el I.-** will be taught by t I Horne, Mrs. S. E. Livingston, Miss
member of the Dad County Defense -I Lobdell and the Misses Helen and The guests were Cosmic Campbell used a* the poinson element In control of rats through the use of
council. I Esther Lhlngston. !I Joy Peters, Jerry Cox' and. preparing baits for Tats: Today red squill poisoned bait, bu.'{ also
Vera Mae I
Anderson. recommends, as an Integral part of
I that poison, which is deadly to all
the control work, the
'animals has been largely abandoned proofing
!MRS. BEATTIE PATS of buildings--George B. Lay in
I I
In rat control work and red
I: Crochet Chair Sets are OFFICIAL VISIT TO BEACH ,squill powder hat faken Its place I .the Progressive ,Fanner.i' .
Mrs. H. B. -
Seattle. Rebehae
This change was due to Improvement -
j Decorative. and Useful district deputy president paid In control technique and to' Advertisersget page '
her official I
visit to the Miami I
,' the following fact concerning red domination at small
Beach expenditure
i I Rebekah lodge Wednesday squill: Red squill doe not ordinarily -/
evening.She in the tabloid
i kill any animal other than
was accompanied by Pas' rats and mice; it may make hu- I'LeaderEnterprise.Jack .
Grand Master Beattie and Past
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Grand Patriarch C. P. Grlnold;
both speakers at the meeting ....1' ..,. nu.. r'lI. u, ", ... anu.

They were dinner guest of
noble Grand Mildred Hamilton.

DIXIE' DRUG Reward .
MRS KATZ TO ENTERTAIN Pelk .Johnson
HOMESTEAD R Pi W. C.Mrs. .
Herbert Katz will be Phones II and (111

hostess to the Homestead B. P.
W. C. member at a wiener roast Your big opportunity to save on Vacation needs I* nere. With
aC her home, Avocado Rnall guaranteed high quality Hem at price that are amazingly
Lodge
low you'll be able to have a healthier, happier vacation-and yet
Monday evening. save precious dollars. Hurry while the best bargains JutlGENT'S !
Bingo will be played after the

business meeting.


. 10'1.' ... Mary Furry will be hostessat "
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: a meeting of the NeighborhoodClub
at her home Wednesday afternoon
1 j't tH' at 2:30 o'clock.
I TALCUM
e

::t I|at-'ended An--1 rt WAVING LOTION

: grant presented in Bayfront Park, POOH
:/ T I Miami, last night by service men Use this luxurious "followFOR
thru"
after luxury shave.

't CONSERVATION begins at home. Protect your furniture with smart I Cooling, refreshing. 39

Mil which are decorative a* will as awful This SEE:
troch td set which you can easily make yourself;features a splash elfve r *yR "coversr
vivid colors In a geometric floral design against a neutral back' Mrs. Arvilla Booth
'1! (round. It Is mad of pearl cotton In a Cameo stitch. Th ringed tassels
(ombin* all four colors. Direction for making this chair set may be for
tbtalntd by sending a stamped,.atlf-iddrtistd envelope to the Nedltverk .(
Department of this paper, specifying design No. SOIL CHARISHome 1\O"

Corsetry "' 01A\i

Aaa e.ueement
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DR. R. S. SPICKARD "
j 'eeeaf I \
Price from I A PKICKl HEAT POWDER
I. ,A Dime Out of I a 4 -

Ifery Dollar La I. I DR. C,C. RAY 3.50 to 13.95 ; Y jJ t\\ OW* 1 NSECT REPElLENT

U.S.War Bomb I 1 \ CREAM :
I
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. are new associated wttk DOH
I I Relieve; the discomfort of prickly
i i j 31 N. W. 4th Street heal, heat rashes. ett. with Resell FOR
DR.M.A.BERGERDentist DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST I Prickly Heat Powclar. It soothes
.' Homestead, Fla, cocJs. Rexall.Insect RepellentCrean 39"and >
lessens the annoyances of ,
s j. mosquitoes the and ether insects, Vafl __ :

Office Hew*: t .. as. to I it. sea

; j First National Bank nfeyw t.to U ,..Dr. Leonard w. '" -S.

Chased SaisjrJanITM ...... In a" -- Try Our Home Made 1Mango
i Building I ...... .. ......Buk1al!

N. W. SITU R Mum il. -
f'ol Office Ift oan.8J -1:30. !'lIOn i-aut : Ice' Cream. ;.

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'> ; WAR GASES \.AIR HEROES* .RETURN TO' ; .

LEAD AMERICAN FLYERS CLASSIFIED ADS
(Continued from Page One) d 1/ I

and food storage placfs, rpH !f B ers who ji io atjation history and hc dlines have returned1I /
to delay repair of da.rrrns 4 -HATXirint Insertion lot, a lit*; subsequent IgseCtlnea< II
and ace writing new and .Iorioue'rccorda in the battle filled tides
by demolition .. ( of this war. ,, 0"I I i W a JO .
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gases such mus .
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I Writing in the issue of Donald I ,;:; .;:;
and Lewisite. he said "con. August Cosmopolitan magazine,
everything they touch 1 E Kehoe checks up on the famous aces of yesteryear and give their I FOR RENT SPL"NCF.t Corsetlen eAppointsent. *

: will remain In an area from I present issignment. "Wrollg. 1'7" Corrigan is flying in the Army .- I In Homestead Helen GHackles' <

; day to three monthj. Non- I, retrying Command. Jithmie Doolittle is off to bbmb Tokyo again. TWO small houses,, partly tut 235: N. W. 7th St,

gases, such as tear Clyde Psngbore U on a secret mission for the Air Corps and Berne nlshed. A. Ennis, N. W. A.v j, 'i I MiatllL Phone 42SO.

.., last only ten minute I Balchcn is with the American Air Force and when the Yanks strike out and 2nd St. (DJy24) I (pjii-sia

f most dangerous of all war at the air bases of the enemy in the far north, watc 'the headline for HELPWAXTEiirCOLOHCO

l. Lewisite, a blistering gas the name of this blonde, quiet man who knows more about cold 50-ACRE TRACT-Cleared; r< d> I

has an odor similar to that weather flying than any man on earth. to grow anything. Just oil In* .
geraniums. This gas contains I I graham highway, east of GoUUi, I couple, live on prem.ise -

? and will continue to burn <. Mr tlcht nbrg, Congress glrfg, *, woman to do housework
the flesh until surgically Miami. man ,gardening. In South Mia.,

Lewis, the Inventor be1 __ mr. $70 a month. PhnnH-4423.,
1 :FURNISHED house for rent. Set I Oil.
a victim of she deadly war.
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L O. Han'at Berger resitlshce
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agent In demonstrating It.
10th and Krome. ( rbtfl LOANS
)
drop of mustard gas will

a blister the size of a quar 'PARTLY furnished home in r>OrUda .BUILD'tf1ESTRICTIONS -""""'

In a very short time. This!! gas 1.-
City; running hot and f/Q1ot>
very dangerous smells like water; fruit trees; nice yard
horseradish or mustard. Homestead Leader fctton Government Building Order win
Apply ,
an irritant of the 2. (af4tf)1, permit the following:
throat and stomach causes BUSINESS or COMMERCIAL

victim t? have a keen desire SMALL furnished house clod W. BUILDINGS costing $5,000 or1 I

commit suicide. It has an Mrs. May King, 111 N. W. 6\j I....

similar to that of coal smoke. St. Homestead. (P J410) FARM BUILDINGS costing $1,000or

Is a lung irritant gas." less.,

when gas. masks would FOR SALE RESIDENTIAL-AddlUons or new
issued here. Mr. Oldham said 1 construction costing less than
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the Pacific coast and 300 500.
(PAPAYAS for sale Also nsU
Inland was considered the UPAUt'SD MAI.NTENANCI of
tone and masks were be loquat and. mango trees Mrs ill type of building I* encouraged -
:: N. 0. Ball, 13 N. E. 8th St
sent there first t by Government and no

warned the audience to hav -- ---- (Htflrf) price limit is placed on coat of
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per cent faith in the masks I Jlmml4 Doolittle. Dyde Pangbora;; 24-INCH disc saw latest Vb, removable work done. The design though

they are Issued here and to I teeth with msjidrUl, should not be changed by repair.
them on at the first audible ABC LOANS are still available for
$35. Bauer dr. and County Club
of a raid without waiting to the above type of Improve
I rd. Phone 245-W. (pJ>"M4)
if there will be a gas attack. menu, to be repaid In monthly

2 Cole planters, 'WV''r, payment of.
PLOW
i r.. $ 100 tor 12 mo. O $ U'I
other tools. Chas. J. Fay now
IDlES
200 tor 12 mo. 0 17.54
at 110 Fifth street JySl)
I low -- 1,000 tor 38 mo. fI SI M

(Continued frorn Page One) I 5-ACRE lime grove, 2 mile, train 2,500 for 60 mo. e S4.ll

delegation that it bad bank bldg. Can be bought re*. \e Pwrn Payment
a "swell C Y I Iaonabl. N. N. Red Tape
job. h .. Mrs. M. A. Berger,
had more fruit last week I Krome ave and 10th it, tfow. Come in and see us for additional

we ever have had," one stead. (I\\.tt) Information or Phone 62 Home
house said u stead.
manager '
areas upsta' were experi NOTICE I'Nnxa rirTITlft,:,
I NAME LAW Braoker Lumber Co.
their peak of the season, I TO WHOM n MAY CONCERN' II
t'F - - -- -- - -
; yet Vie demand Nuttoo k koroby saws that the
took all :
"N'
our J
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Douglas C rrlM) Beret Btlcbtn l I puresaat to Ux LOST
and continue f.lr'! l.taws" .. . .
we to.get_ Mot" Rill N. UTS. Ckw w )
taw FlorMo. sacs will rvrYwt.nth
,. --- - -- - costs,
tan .avenge or $1.50 to the Io't: of CIawh Court, t. an, BELT to navy dotted Swiss dress
I'needs can be expected as the sued for the Importation of as "Ads" County, Flo,hIe upo. roded with black
luncheon ,proof of too uollo" ...... of the ...;.1100. 1MfirN.ku. and grey buckle.
party was unani South Florida fanning area will many Bahaman workers si maybe ';- t A. II. C. kl e a Mr*. T. C. Seifert, 27 N. W. 4th
In agreeing that the Juice have to increase iU production to needed to make up the short-1 Y.r" whl.h wo or* fkr.-d
i .__ ot ....... SOI N. )-_ Vital St. law which, along with the supply ever-jncrewlng demands /Its,..... I. tot Clot of Sleet 1 N...
for age.Growers "'..-.... lo yil aMh. LOST la
providing an advertising for feeding the armed forces as I are urged to come 't Tool the vortioi Florida Clty-Llght-col-

has been in effect for exact. well as supplying normal civilianneeds. the meeting next Thursday night I Isis wlorvrloi, .ON. R.Us follow F.7111004A! ored wale Persian cat Was wear.

year is responsible in large; in the Homestead school auditorium DAVE CHAJILU: SYER.PAUb ", log collar with bells. For reward

for the increased con,; Speaker told agricultural prepared .0 specify their labor I GREEN.JAca return to Dr. G. O. Brewster or

of Persian limes. New'leaders assembled Tuesday that I needs from the present I Dated M Miami ....FABELAttyti.. Wray.Role !.I.... Newt Ball (pjy7)

have not been repulsed prompt filling out of the questionnaires through the winter-spring har.TPOPICAL. Jot!' "h. 1042.'Jay .
finding juiceless .pithy fru't! for the survey Is vital I I'. It, '1. As. t. 'bell WANTED

the confidence of "old con-,,to the insuring of. adequate labor NOTICK Or APPLICATION TUTORING'
has been restored, it was for FOE" TAX DEED WANTED Silo
the and harvesting
plan'Jnf
out Motor 1T4K1 Aatwrm el tUnw school aDd grade school subject
,I JUNGLE
this winter.
'of MONKEY
advertising campaign for crops NOTICE M KK.BFHY GIVEN il.M 1I 1\... MrsH.. J. Armstrong.. A. B,
limes i I; With statistics .u"w If. Phuntner drive and Countrj
was begun'on July to ONLY I OniriMM NO. 1CII4 and lSu)'. Word
turn
:
In addition to bringing In-I( survey over UM Srd day o< JIM. A. D. l.40, l Ph. 'IMHIM Clll toa4.
to federal auhorlties, the problem MONKEY l. mi atUff, and KM *>.A* Soplictnii *-
to shippers in this area,.of a farm labor shortage here thiswinter JUNGLE for ft tee dead .. k> k.u..tmbru "'",....... NOTK or A'I" .i< ATION
Butta Mr. .Lucey and Mr s... Caetlfkata the f"ile"Iee FOR TAX iJM.ilOiiptor
will be dumped In their INTHfUJ."l !d.. rlbod proprnr. l. the Cou lSu of dose i74ti AUK ..r lent
collected much informa. >o of Florido. toltoT* KOTKK l I' HERESY C.1VKN: tat ..
from growers and shippers'I I laps speakers pointed out The IMo S Md 6. 61 q5).a, A dhnMd r.r.'ll. k..M 'immigration bureau and other .sa Florid-'. Mobs Plat of _.tend Turk. a Smb.. Pact l C.Nltlrou IllUS Wood Uw ctk day
which to base future ad- | federal that A wteM Drew WON Hook a. fw 141 III the o.v,V/ tiltloa Of Jtese, A. p 1939, kM filed Mm l. mi
,. and personal contact: agencies hive agreed I r turn read .eau dPar. I Rulo of Florida, M ...b... if the United States Employment' ., as MlanS.p..W N. 10336. The ---'malt ''d004 r lie lasers the n. Saw cniri.mporw ..
i, 1 nf Mid impwtr sobs the t\ti OrUfkftW au ... the (01".0,1011 drearibd
increased sales volume In Service is unable to furnish competent alskoac.a i' Weed wu !. UM %.AM Vt r I" the County I 14*. ...... of
,' and adequate farm labor I P- 1 Dl Antonio, flat_ .witt
limes, it was pointed out, ** t 1 I Loan | ate 4. Slosh T, fy>+**HHctohM All W, 469 M ft. of d 4 from its rolls, permits will be is a 8u ., Plat Hoik, IS. Put K.to of SWi. of tt wens N: E.
experienced in spite of -- tile CO.I.IF of Dada, ..... 'J 11| >*' .f ('". Rd.. a..: II' .,. M, ......
,. shortage which many felt d. r _b..... /n C.rtst/rsa 1'1.' ... a --....
be disastrous Ise 6. The anamem.at 01 said trwly Therortittrote 101,1 ...._ .....
to the in.
radar an .ad cenuteate wum vat ,"i ww I IMM. In ,... now 6
,.. e I i hi the MOM of Unknown. ixtlik AI....
RURAL CAR- SHARING CLUB \ ._ sand OrUllemuo ....U K "*"" *....tooordlne ( Uo .. Mid oonlfkotdorourdlnc '.all. he .........
to law, too propofty oWrtbodIkrwl to .... lh. 01..lrtr AA slk.e
will oo wad to the kl I.k*'\ bio,5.r hotelft rill fcr sold U ll.< .1.""",* kUAw
LABOR County Agent's Office, Homestead Fla. U IW Court HOUM ..-r on too total .!.... ,lat ... vain Howo door ,.., iw rim .._
| day hi loo ...... ol op&...b<>. lobe, y9 the Iftmilh of hoi.lombor, IMLl.hfck
i wklrk oi too nth day of IwUKti.r, UtI O) the tk day Of Hrptmbw, ....
Please lilt me and mr: ear In the Rural Dade Car.Sharlnc Club. ..,wd the 1410 des of J..,. 1kE. <<. 'I "..... Ohio read day or July. ...,.

from .Page One) In order that I slay de mr part In Insuring an adequate supply Clerk 8 LXATOOtASAN C."oJ Paean. K.Llork B 0 ,ATHRHMAN.f (1 Irmlt a.*"..
ago between, Chandler ,er gasoline and rubber for the residents of agricultural South bodo COTI.|/. rkvMo'Clroot / Cult C" '
the Duke of Windsor, gover. Dade Count who have only their private can te depend o. COMA oWl Clr..lt Court Enl
N. a. aTXRkitl' A. eJU.s HIT M C ITEBEETT, A GoI.
of the Bahamas. I for tmuportftUon. I 11. 24._SL A. ,. VMS._ _ (Ally ... II. Ass. 11. 14. i4t
ndinx the meeting were'

'. of U. S. D. Name .........._........................................:........-.-...... f I. ,
boards of Blue south
World' Nw Senn
The Through
counties: St: Lucie 'Mar-' I
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Beach Browlrd. Dade! Mail Address ...................?.......:.-?.....Phone....._._.... l THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR

Lee,. Manatee and. Sara-,| \ street street An I.'lHiIliaflrlI, Nnv'i'I/ I MIs

I rood Trttalt.1-.Cs.tertlpdvv .Vabitrd.-Flee f_ s.-Na
program for la complete I live on..........,.._.......drtWne.r.-"'. ._. I ..._Edxarub Art tJr Md. lo.twcti... and Its DailfPMMTM
and grove survey in each: : ... Together wish !>W R'4411 M. mM SMIM, MakeTt
Bin* counties]was adopted ... ....... es ..al ................ let der .
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str.. IcbJ: toU$fwUl", I tame tale HeamUad it I'. M. .oat r7] sera _Yea CKcuMS 9eiaer. PubUhinfPrie. Soccer

,..ucb1u PI'.pM.o(I' 'QT.ee.ATM. . ]Wale O'Tltt l. Cl Fri'Q"" sad lM*..e4 __ I Ora. Hervolf Soma, Sank Mraacbtea"
here Tbursdir night I ,11, CI yearly, .< 100 .Month.WUM .
Ole house meeting K I I s-M .60a y-
; court *
announced that the Unfed!) r. M. .. (... "( ). j J'A, C IMM 2i C3Css..

Sugar' CO. 'UoaeT; ,needs; U g. 4* WJaaol-a4 ...-. .esK"O.... QaaojoxQWe O'Twal. Nt-& -=--

: additional farm laborers to 1 *. 0...... Q lyre Q at aarf ,Man ..tM .or r...M.

Its sujqr cane crop at the SUM days). A. IL
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SAMPiA COPY ON DBQUEST
I, was pointed. out 1 .

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' In the barnvardt and gullies rate of production cannot be attained

of farm ana in the basements or increased the necessary tanks guns JUNK MAKESand

attics of home it a lot of and ships cannot be produced FIGHTING WEAPONS .
The rubber situation also critical
Junk which is.doing no good,
In spite of the recent rubber drive OM old
where it but which it needed
there U a continuing need for large will :
at once to help smash the quantities of scrap rubber.Also for other -ur.p......d1oe/ ,
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Jails and Narit. waste materials and metals like brass, malt cir4ria .i

copper, zinc lead and tl 1.
Scrap iron and steel, for example The Junk:which you collect is bought .. old plow will help .......
Even in peacetime acrap providedabout Vuod eel ts e.n wmxw-
by industry from sage dealers at established ,0. pnq-w-,
50%of the raw material for steel government-controlled prices. .

It may be rusty, old scrap" to you wili you help?
but it U actually refined steel-with
First-collect all of your waste material '
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quickly melted with new metal in the and pile up.'b: V V ,
Then-well it a Junk :
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form of pig iron to produce highest is umvel*u "V ,
It to a charity, take it yourself to the ..- .
quality steel for our war machines.
nearest collection point or get in touch Ail!!
The production of steel has gone
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lawitbyourLoca1SatvaceCommittee. 0000 oil Win
up, tip W, until today America ores.hood..'......p
If live on a farm, consult: your
steel ;you ep.,
turning out as much as all the rest
of the world combined. But unless at County War Board or your farm implement

feast 6,000,000 additional tons of scrap dealer. MATERIALS NEEDED

steel U uncovered' promptly the full Throw YOUR>> scrap Into tho fight Scrap Iron and toal.

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menage opprovsJ by CiMs-rvurfaa Division OMruMssr.Rags .

WAR PRODUCTION BOARD Manila ....., burlap bags.

. Waste Cooking
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