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 9, 1943
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: VID00602
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Blazing Dive Spectacular 'EXTENSION SERVICE NAMES ::1




} Climax to Water Carnival W. R. BIRD AS "GO-BETWEEN" J


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r SPLASHED GAS F II A Housing Project Speeded .Here; FOR FARM LABOR GROWERS Ij 1

Three Units to Be Finished by July) 18 ,I
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JUKES' TORCH I Three of IN 25 modern-,FHA---are of frame construction with Kirby, Brooker,Rue I I W. R. Bird hasVen appointed

house being erected here by the, fire-proof asbestos siding. Budget by the Agricultural Extension Service j
I Taylor Construction Co. of Miami Twenty of the dwellings are located I of the University of Florida
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: will be completed by July: IS. and; In Granada Heights, Just farm
to handle the placement of
Councilman T. E. ,
'DfPERFORMER I after that the dwellings, will be', west of the high school and five I
finished at the rat of one a day, on N. W. tth st. near Krone eve Brooker, Jr., and Frank labor In Dade Could Agent CH I
a spokesman for the company were named to the city Steffan announced yesterday. Mr t
committee *t the city
said yesterday. li i Bird will work,through the local
Biasing Into a veritable human I A tUOM'tnUdlng permit lor 0. F. UNDERWOOD meeting Mayor Tuesday Tom Harris night and Miami office of the county
the last unit of five houses
Will Clerk 1C E. Edwards ,. agent and will handle all applications I
torch when gasoline unwittingly
\ obtained this week from the I
t spilled on his body ignited from council, I INDICTED FOR action thorised Insurance to execute policy tM for field hand and peck.ins .

fUmfhg springboard pool Art The threeledroom house, house and other agricultural
::We*" brought the third annualS I equipped with electric refrigerators .I MURDER OF ELLISOths I submitted protection of by city Onnl E. labor. Stetfanl said i

: District kerosene .naee.'w water representative "ef the Luther t. Chandler,U B, D A,
'ti dJand ;water Carnival eating facilities.are being built I I *
ef beard"cbalrma
Mutual Casualty Co. for ade'Count1.
war
and aU-day Independencearray for rental at $4J.M monthly. They
I r. Underwood, Princeton The council voted to yesterday reiterated his
i celebration to a spectacular close II I resident accused of the fatal shootIng Auditor John A. ( warning to farmers and other
Monday Bight a* be 'mad* his LOCAL GROWERS. 'en April 17 of John Cordon for auditing the city IIo grower that they must Ole applications .
breath-taking dive from the threemeter Ellis, was Indicted toe first degree i year ending July II, i at.sure In order to assure
board. murder in the report of the Dade I Matthews' request loran an adequate supply of field hands y

'McKee, manager of the municipal NAMED TOSTATEVEGBTABLElJNfr: County grand jury Tuesday to Cir In salary was referred to during the season.A .
swichmlng pool and tenniscourts cuit Judge Paul D. Bams. get committee. definite schedule will be an.
Oils wa* killed in a gun duel W. D. Horne was nsunced later a* to the division
.. was treated for painful leg
with Underwood following a Saturday for 1110O field time between
building permit of the supervisor'
bums at the local hospital, and
night altercation in frontof repairs to buildings on the Homestead and Miami
t
his hair and eyebrows were singed
;
. I Smoky' Barbecue In Goulds 2 of Wslbridge Addition. office*., but for the present Bird
but he expects to be able-.to.re* Luther L. Chandler and J. Abner
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Ben Jenkins, received
a bystander will be at the local office dally
spur ne his duties in a few days. Cox were elected a* director and I
minor wound from stray bullet handle farmers' labor needs.
:... Other stars' of the day were: alternate director, respectively of! Three Arrested in to
Underwood was arrested by State At the peak of the season several
"Iron Man" C A. Root civilian 1 the state-wide Florida "vegetable'' Road Patrolman W. F Branlky I [Police Report assistants probably. will be addedto V
defense worker at Homestead I committee which was set up at a' at James Archer Smith Hospital --- the field upervlsor't staff to
FleldM who his nickname meelng of (0 of Florida' largest
won I I
In Homestead where he was receiving Homestead was take care of the expected demandfor
from the numerous events In! vegetable last week In ,
growers treatment for birdshot behaved during this past
, I labor, the county agent said.
which he Lucien
competed; Cpl is
Orlando.
' Chandler representingtomato wound on his face and body. according to the June Until his appointment by the
Phknouf, expert diver and swim-
interests and Cox potato. After the finding of a coroner' port which showed a Extension Service Mr. Bird had
mer, who is stationed at the field; The
following
program was Jury on April 21 that Ellis had three arrests for that served as representative of the
M Dick Campbell 15-year-old boy adopted by the new committee com to his death from shot of those arrested were United States Employment service
from Princeton, who made a record without a dissenting vote: fired by Underwood. the latter tf. and fined $10 each. ( .
similar
capacityMANGO
fei a
of IBS feet 8 inches lathe I
swim
:t "The duty of the committee I dismissed
bond
was committed without to was
underwater race; and Betty will be to and .
r- officially Impartially
the county' Jail He was released : Cost of feeding ,
t Lou Shelley, exhibition diver : represent: the Florida vegetable
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later under $1,000 bond. the month was 1940 t'I
FORUMMEETING
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: Root and Phanouf were awarded Industry In Its negotiationswith -
M sterling silver Identification public and private agencies
bracelets as stars of the civilian with respect to labor package, Tommy Harris and Cecilia Harper TODAYATLAUDJRDALE
: and military teams, respectivelyEick .' fertilizer spray material, machinery I
Campbell and Betty Loll, a' and supplies, freight rates, Tennis Singles at Track and Field s
. Florida City girl who has gained transportation price ceilings and

, tier experience and expertness at floors, fuel tires agricultural selective Gold medal were won by Tom Boys' senior baseball
the Homestead pool, were also service deferments, tariffs
Harris Jr., and Cecilia Harper Mabry Scarborough Geo. The annual mango Jorum will
.' .' warded' appropriate medals.Sixtyone and any other Industry problems winners respectively In the men's son W January.Boys' be conducted today la Central
point won the water *
which develop.
and 'women' tennis single at the Junior baseball High School at Fort Lauderdaleby
meet for the air field team, which
". The committee .iII..JJOt hive Kenneth
field Herbert
I Fourth of July track and Wysong. Dr. Goo Dt Ruehle, pathologist
rx ww presented the city of Homestead the authority to regulate grade or .
n meet: staged U the city park here Scabron Pye.Boys' to charge of the Subtropical
A trophy a gold figurine. Thecivilians pack extend funds for commodity Monday, BrtK Wagner .and ;Ath- senior basketball Experiment Station here, C. 1.t..JMb.w. .
piled up U point, and advertising, exercise control ... .
any ley Kemp the respective n mera- a. DfckInJanue. ,, I .rat herUeulturtit on
trailed with 11 .
pry.
over production quotas or allotments .
presented with silver Lamay. '
were
up the stations vtatf'Jbh-T9wW.; loCal
The carnival
water
began atmL or in any way Interfere medal. Boys' Junior basketball ..
authority M mango propagajtion.
,7-JO. p. when the .flag was with free enterprise and trade !
r Gold medals were awarded to Herbert Wysong Jack and HIM Isabel Thursby,
raised at the
pool by members of of the Florida vegetable industry Harris and Dick Campbell winners Sincere. '
state home economist
Boy Scout Troop 29 of Homestead Director win draw ,,.JaWI *
up In the men's doubles, and Boys sack race-N. ; Closes will beCS.10 a. m.
'. Wi R. Bird, city councilman rep. immediately and will meet eoento
to Cecilia Harper and Nina Bush, Gem Dickinson, Glenn and a closing talk on mango will
resenting Mayor Tom Harris.made elect,a, chairman and to
pre winner In the women's double, Girls sack race-Rose be given' by Dr, Dtvid FalrchlldCity
brief talk
a after which sent the bylaws and the chatter and diver medal went to Bruce Wanda' Smith Louise
(Continued on Pap Four) for approvaLMayorRepresents Wagner and Milton Hunter, and Boys' relay race-first: Suffers Fire Low1
Athley Kemp and Ellen! Schallern, Scarborough, H. ,
; City at Dedication respective runners-up. Coach Paul Dickinson; second: Of $%,130 During Jane Hjfomesteed

I Worlcy of Homestead High School B. Dubols, H. Mysong. R. r
Of Memorial to Dade's' War Dead served a* Judge.Winners third: N. Sincore. 'Glenn fire J losses for June, ,
of ribbons for achievement son, Billy Hutchlnson exclusive of seven minor eras
in the track and field event son. Three-legged race- firs and one wods fire, amount
' Mayor TomHomestead JJaI f the army' navy, marine are listed a* follows: Lamay. Geo. Dickinson; ed to SUM, according U the fire. t
at-the dsiteaHsn, to coast guard and merchant CirUT tet. yard dash-me* Termini Clark. B.. :: department report submitted to .'
I Ilk ties.SPO&U rd L Holland of: MeGMsntys Schaller'first; Athley Kemp, sec. H. Duboi X. Sineore.D1zrde.laie council Tuesday night
memorial in Beyfront the dedicatory address by ODd hose Sincere-third.Boys' race- thousand dollar tot WM a' t
Park to fee war Ned of the area the memorial wu SO-yard dash-Jack: Pope, Hutoblnsoo. OJonasea, fcr J. H. Dedeoa in' af ,
\ ,Monday everdat.f" '.,. I. by Mrs. Claude H. At. first; Glenn DicllmMWCt; Kelly Davis,.M. Sincere: Idt7 partially destroyed hU: / 'I
On tie Hstmortal are Jmetbe* ... of H. Robert a Me- buy Hutchinsoa thirl, T. dark H. WywMwt'JC V W. 7U It,oat J**e IS. ']
the MMM of Aeat who lev Jolt navy flJer Who was the Move 100-yard dash Mabry R. Sincere third: Oeov , fire caused rrattil

,: live* on theilaneV.ih*...... CouHbMk Smrborouaha. ,W. January. ,' teaDickinson. . Glow. Dickinson,, a uta1l1al7. .and ,$16 dM." e '
.', -tW Jrlde<'btduIiI.c: ., m actWrt Ni trJfi Acaxeoreugti, *">-. i by h trailer trer ,
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Pa tr. Tarn HOMESTEAD- LEADER AND ENTERPRISE July 9, 1945J


.. ... .. '---I It' PRINCETON WINS I: Death Takes W. U. Gee, ,

Former Resident Here

I OUR MEN IN SERVICE I i PRIZE L\ BLOOD 'I Funeral services for William U. new 4 WaWw 'tttBdtl

... :tr << .. ... Gee, J7-yer-old Insurance III..-
j I DONOR CONTEST nun and former resident of Homestead
BfTKU. JOB SAYS OLDCNDOUP 'Homestead. was graduated in who died Sunday In a
.,June from Homestead High School Miami hospital were held Wed :
"The boys are doing I swell I afternoon in Use chapel of
Jet here-
'thrilling and plentiful" write here with their families, been :earned Division On winner took place in Woodlawn! Park I II of J" T.kpN", Grasper' strill !
Sot. Ted Oldendorf of action In Pfc. Fred Skiner and Pvt John hi-the blood donor drive of the Cemetery.' Ibis I -
elSMs
laej
see .
the Paclflt theatre of war. Sykes returned last week to Nsih- non-medical personnel of the DadeCounty Mr Gee and hit wife, the former -
He expressed his appreciation vile Tenn., where I of k414wwM7 99
they are. on
Homestead
Defense Council' medics Mist Mabel William
ef the Leader with: . ifi real. I krrt
High school faculty member tvif -m inform /fresh., tiMIt
IT grand io read of the borne division, it was announced yesterday -
Air Fred Fuch* J ,b'l
Cac\et &
moved after the cloae of school !
t wn'oIn . Thanks nulftUttmmimit*,*,
again
on. been In the hospital at Maxwell by Mrs. Eugene Fontaine, the last month to 1083 N. W. tSttitt
and keep them. coming. .. ] Field Ala?th ..red accordIng station captain. I Miami, where Ml ill health egsipaM& We and a steel,;"
to wordFe; < )* by his parent The station will be awarded I developed Into a critical Illness a :! #rtmtfaxMtft U *t..._f.I.

KNTCK FLIGHT SCHOOL *. y. $25 war bond for showing the week before his death. I[ W 61i./ a toltflftt me, Jj;
Air Cadets Archer Doitaon and highest percentage of member Surviving him besides his wife ,ki
Pfc. Vi"Wanon' / will arrive jUewJing f6rfdtlepd Belie-Mv
tumar: Dicklnaon have completed giving blood to the bank. are two brother. John T.'Geeand :I M .
their pre-Olght training at the from week Br&fle4n the a Bret of the'r.,l Decision as Ur winner in each Robert E. Gee, both in the arry wp,cellttf ltttilt ...
to ten.day'l
J fiiui Aviation Cadet Center IpVhd of the ten division and in the '
Antonio S. 40 and j
U. Army. &
mfth- snap
lough at his borne here. HI "ahpe ,
and have' been transferred to county at large was made In Miami -
f1', Mrs. W. K. Walton, whb It at of division f tfvipmnt S'I, I J,pe j I
9rlder Field, Pine Bluff, Ark, forprimal' Tuesday I meeting ye _
spending the summer in Hen er. supervisors, and the results BIBLE SCHOOL TO STARTA
achooL
) flight A-0lb.m IHlpillt so ben W
sonyille, returned to Homesteada ,
"Our barrack are air-condition- week ago to be hem during herton' were ".announcedWednesday to.I two-week nondenominational vim deer for wwr esTb UA'
.ed. and we have swell beds with station captain at a called meeting Bible school will begin Monday
stay. A00 TW In the office or the defense ifUST frre !. LM :,
Innerspring IJIIttr.- soft and .60 county it the Homestead Church of God. II % .
deep that ) 'get lost council. *
be
Mrs: a K.' Hastings -will Mpervlior. Bttt
althem. And you can't buy better ,Rossey Rites'Conduded, Approximately fifty} ,donors participated Sessions will be held .
food anywhere," Lamar writea .On. Tuesday. in Miami, (In..yie! Princeton round-' from 1:30 .untll .11:30: a. m. daily .* .*
. ,We have been issued I 0"-' up held on May 28, the first annif except Saturday and Sunday. ". tie
ales and helmets and 15 book Mist Dorothy A. Rossey, %$T a versars of.organisation of the like '
for irfItmd'IIIh, To'-cdver 19boolu registered 'nurse, died late Safur- unit Dr. A..M.Logan station physician '",11 '"' I .,11'" '" ,"",",,,, I.,",.""" " ",,,, Fellow Bill Jo0ebr
In nine week win mean day at the home of her parent and Dr. Carl F. Robinson TONE IX ON the tgbting&oct-bcnr1 j ,
tatudy. . I should go on the.flight Mr. and Mr*. Chaa. 'A. Rossey of supervisor of Division One, helped tVtft talking about whom
,line soon, and I can hardly ..It." Hainlin dr. Funeral services were supervise the procedure. VOICE OF PROPJlECY'I that t
s conducted at 4 p. m. Tuesday In The drive, which closed July 1. they M/ Victory depends

(_JVI'N' MEDICAL DISCHARGE the chapel of a Miami funeral wa for the purpose of obtaining I at 12:30 upon an unceasing flow of tup*,t:
Every Sunday
home by the Rev. Ch... NMcl.I reserve blood plasma for use in
Pfc. Cha Sullivan, ton of foIi.: Burial .was In Graceland Memorial : emergencies.. ,.... II'" ,.."'''11 'I ., ,L1111 ri...ummnnmmm.I ' plies. And M borne those di Ji y
and Mrs. 0. H. Sullivan has been I Park.. noiflg the war effort rely oat

given a medical discharge from' In addition to her parents, Mill I the telephone to keep munitions !

the army here.and He hat had returned to. Rossey leaves two sisters, Mrs. r and me moving forward:; :
him home been stationed Richard Power and Mr*. Margaret .I '
at Yuma Ariz. where be Donman, both of Miami, For Immediate Sale Only I These argent call pin : \

was on desert maneuver Pvt. and two brothers, Harold Rossey through the tame local tele i ,';.

James Sullivan borne on a furlough brother.July It expected It- of Jackson Miami, Ga.and Forrest Rossey of I A HOMESTEAD RESIDENCE phone equipment yon use.Yet ;

from hit station in Plattsburg, N. Mitt Roasey cam to Dade I facilities can't be expanded M "".

Y. .. .. .. County 20 years ago from Fond meet demand fully, because I
du Lac, Wls. She wa a graduate Exceptionally well arranged j
"Now Jt can be told" that First of Miami Edison High School and the necessary material *rt ,
14. Francis Fitzpatrick, ton of of the nunee school at Jackson modern, 3-bedroom home. Tileconstruction. being made into planes tank l'
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. ntzpatrick. Memorial Miami. ,
Hospital. Three and ,
was stationed in the FIJI Ulands Garage. guns..

since be recently bat been moved GLENN KIN TIES <. corner lots. Nicely furnished, By avoiding unnecessary

from there. .. .. Mrs. Robert Glenn left Mondayfor I: 'arr unfurnished. Restricted res- local caDs-and by speaking i t

WaHerboro S. C, where she btidy antWemryon ttik {' .. ,
CaP Charles Glenn ton of Mr. idential Section.Eleanor -yo* .
Robert Glenn, has been was called by th# death of her .
and Mrs. fcelp relieve crowded line sod
transferred to Ellington Field,: mother, Mr*. Wm. F. Hosts. She I )
will remain there for Several switchboards for war doty. la
Texas, for training In advanced .
flying. Capl. Glenn completed hit' week Froscher that way JO'I help speed vital .J

hla basic flying training at Per-1 CARD war calls. HWTEKIIMCMPfiM i 4 .
OP THANKSW
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rin Field, near Sherman. Texas
Registered Real Estate Broker .
end for many month previous to wish to express our thanks, lSllTlEil
that was a gunnery Instructor.' to our doctor and to our many . ,U *. n* ler/AveHeaBeaea4 ,, . BmJIIHII E;
He will probably be classified a* friend for their Undneas' and'
Theses .
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pilot of a two engioed fighter or ::rth1.durin, our bereave I "
bomber he told hit parents IDa \ .1
recent MRS.' S. F. FITCH I '" sseeaeaaaTaa
letter.e 1
AND FAMILY. __ ___ ___ __ ________n _
Li Edwin Lawrence, elder ton -(
of Mr. and Mr X. L. Lawrenceof
Homestead, has been transferred
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temporarily from Camp
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Livingston, La., to Fort Smith
Ark, to assist in draining the
flood area. RED LAND BRAND FERTILIZERS
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Bob Spear la slated to leave July
U for Camp Standing for Induction .
Into the army. Bob, ton of
the Rev. and Mrs. R. H. Spear ofrtVfiZ.KJ.NNlI \

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July_9, 194.4. HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Paw Three
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the Rev and Mrs R K. stay at Camp Wlngnwn. la \
i Mr. and Mrs. J.. T. Hutlntl.1 Park.I 1 Your Dates )
Hotel Jordan. Misses
In and JlroundHomestead ice and Dorrts ASa Mrs Hazel Jordanof Newman. With Uncle Sam

M Marie and Cither: Kufeidt and' Okla.. and her daughter, Chan ..-...............-..............
Harvey Dodson. I' lotto Anne, art guests of her
brother-in-law and sitter, the Rev. SUGAR Stamp" 11 good for five
!i Mrs E. L. Stream of Miami and Mrs. R. K. Hastings. pounds through Aug. IS. No. It
Beach is a guest this week of her and It valid or five pound each
ton-in-law and daughter Mr and
I Mr*. Eugene Fontaine of Primestea. -: JAMES AftCKEft IKITII for canning. Housewives may apply
HOSPITAL NEWS to their beat board for additional
Sandra Louie a seven-pound and daughter, Mr and Mrs. Augustus I
ration If .- .
__ rive-ovnce'daughter. was born to Wynn
*_ ..; Ensign and Mr*. M. E. Potter. Jr.* Mr. and Mrs. Earl ,Byrd left I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Seltea- COFFEE Stamp 11 food tar
,J""Jb. Jamas.Archer Smith Ho Mr*. O, B. Faber of Sharps nm. Friday for Beonetnvllle S. _C.:right of Homestead are fhe, par. one pound through July tt.
pital *t noon on July t. Mr*. Potter and her ,granddaughter. Cecilia where Mr. Byrd will be employed 1 ants of a. daughter bora, Sunday
It the former Mill Louie Long Mart rbny are vl IUn*Mr.lad for. while Mrs. Byrd Is expected in James Archer Smith. HospitaL FUEL OIL.Coupe* I valid w
.' Fitzpatrick, daughter of.Mr and Mrs. C. aVJauadar Mid Mrj and to return tomorrow. 'I Mrs. Seitenright IB the former Sept ttX.
:at-HomeyW Mrs Bn f.w King Mrs. Fsber is Miss Betty Click..
it lister. tIC j M!'Saunders. and. Mr., Mr. 'and- Mrs: t..:'C. WHtMrlt1 A'five-pound Urfownce1 daughter GASOLINE, 'A-coupoa .i'glaetfor
** oventas."T ., ., 'r .,,-- will return Sunday ". ._, was born ThurWay to Pvt. and three gallon through July M
: born..Kr,- where they-... been l
Mrs. Myron Wyso kJ Pvt Wy.
; tt'babel Backer of the VIALleft bin J'h.wati-wIU guests of relatives. -. sock la stationed Homestead, SHOES., Sump. It. (la. sugas-
** gtinoa/after'i visit with 1Mr te:ve Mondgy-forMadlsMi; Temw .. \ .... I F old:. ... book valid through, OcC 11.BUTE .:

(. '.moTVee! .Mr*.' Cba liocck ha k. r.1n where i Mrs..,W llace;,will eater Billy FoUiaroV sos of. Mr..sod! I Medical patieRta,..Mra..W & STAMPS P and Q n. J
-.. .' Flirlda-:City |X. being yadlioa College Saaitarium for Hr*.. firm.: Folliard. was enrolled! Caves and 'Mr*. Laulae Fleming T.
.transferred from. Langley :Field, Test iaad 'medical.treatmaat'Mr. Tuesday at the. Miami..Military.! both of Homestead, Mrs..Nina pin:Aug "
V Val to-6ee.Mole., Iay. . ..Wallace wilLTetun* In..two weeks Academy..D. . t11IcI rWoodo of..Princeton-and R RED: STAMPS:.Good until Jwlyll.aret

end rtsumy.AJ],Duties aa minister .. K.:.Pri .tA of.Miami .P. Ql'tt.: .wMeaua _-.
,.'. W. ,F A. Robertson.of ,FloridaCitf of pie FleventhJIour! Mission . L. Bowen left yesterday forMatter l onsillectomiejwer'e'performed valid July 11, S which,become*
Ca where he'1riU vliltrelativesfor
wascalled Plttkburgh. Pa, ( his week for Lucy and Ruby Jenkins
kit week by. the deaths 6t Ml Mr*. 'Flay Watson her ten, two week*. and Melvin Phillips, an of y.1I4.Jul1, II.THE .
," "' lathe*' and sister The.elder MrRpbrftsoopwho Jimmy,.and her niece' Barbara I Princeton Mrs. Robert Beam of
: 'WM 63, survived, Jean! "Home, will tear Sunday Ensign .and ,bin.. J:.' W. Cul-, Tavemier: and Bobby Black of
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,I the death of nil daughter by only for vacation In tiendenoavnit.Mrs. breath of Miami Beach and CdU 1 Immokalee..
tttours.Mrs. son, Oa, were we k- r .. I ., ......... ..
raw -- refs.'
and Mrs. EL4awrena
.----;. John "wliicrurd.who Is a Mr : and her recently born Infant war
: H. 1C Foulk returned Sunday guest of telativas la Tallahassee. Ensign Culbreath _a cousin of discharged Surtday,"Cdwin,Gallo Dale ..... .... !Bar Kate
after visiting her brother, Dr. will leave soon<< for Savannah Mr. Lawrence. I way of Naranja will be discharged
June 14 .J. II a ,I
where she will visit her husband,,
L. C. Polk In Tyler, Texas, and Saturday
Pvt WUchard' Mr. Mettle Crawford left Tuesday > June IS ..lIS" | JI
other relative In Dallas Kllgora, 128'1
and Sulphur Spring, Text. to visit her parents Mr. and FORMER PASTOR TO PREACHThe June tt a 04 IT | .11
C M. Redd returned Friday Mrs. W A. Collins In Metter, Ga.i June 17.. IT | |
from Tampa. Where he bad been her son-in-law and daughter, Mr.! Rev. E. L. Pelrc of ML June It w II 3004)) M
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a draft, Rosemary and Glenn returned : ton S. C, and her sop and daugh the First Methodist Church of June 30 . 10 |300tj! lOt
S 87wf"r. a visit of i Mr. and Rudolph Mattton ;er-in-law, Mr. and Mr Raymond Homestead Sunday, announces the July I..j MIN t tt |30.U| 1.It
event weeks In of Florida City moved to Fort Bethune, In Atlanta. She expect pastor, the Rev O. Sewell Pal. July I .--1 | tt |M.llaracitO
Atlanta and Hurtsboro, Ala. Fierce on TuetdayMn to be gone a month. mer. July a. -.1, IS |t30.otj|
I Mr. ....Irce will be remembered July t I it J i n |2t.MI! rr
;k tin H. A. Ekberf retured last S. S. Beam and Margaret John Foulk. Norton Wakefield si a former pastor of the chunh: July I I .0 } 81 | JI
week from a visit In Blowing Delllnger, daughter of Mrs Coma and Robert Earl Burgreen will who married Miss Gladys Averyof (July 6 I 160 I tS |130.01 1.54
f Rock, l from Shelby, N. C. where each
Mrs. A. M. Logan and ton, Jack visited relative
will leave Saturday for an ex-
tended vllt with Mrs. Logan'i Mr. and Mr*. E. A. Roberts are .. -
deism,,;;:;'Mrs. L. L. Tygeaon In spending several week with relatives or. ..
Brookiton; Minn, and Mr*. John In Kisilmmee Mr. Roberta -
OsmUftdson la Forreit -City, laMr la manager of the Redland 111 f
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, was iweelwneluest of Mr*. B. A. Mr W, t D. Ward recently
Titbits, poke on India to the Women I
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which the Rev. Geo. E. JUcki,,
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formerly of Homestead, I* pastor I p
expected to arrive next week for oDUC
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tiler-In-law'd later, MayorandMrt7TomHarrU Attending People'sconvention I1r
of the Church of God
..0.- In W. Palm Beach Monday were ,

Jeff Caitellow of Oanla and hit I
daughter*, Carol and Barbara. are
guests of hi*. mother, Mrs J S. AIB CONDITION I
Oftellow of Homeitead. His wife
ROLLER SKATEIN
will Join them Sunday for t
week's visit before they all return COMFORT \
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stead has been transferred from
Hollywood, to Homestead where Venetian
lie will be employed in construction
of the .evUed route of the Skating Rink I
Oversea Highway. Mr. and Mrs.
Smith temporarily are making ties S. W. ITrt ..... MlMri I i II

their home with their sun-in-law ; /
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, LEADER I BLAZING DIVE f uary Uuderwtter, Davis race-Jsck Kemp, 9

HOMESTEAD [-On Gn America i fyJhto l| X. Sincere, Hutchiosoo.MANGOFORUM.

AND ENTERPRISE (Continued from Page One) M1

r. ..i MUOiHilfi Maj. A. W. Gilmore spoke for Col.
L. commanding of-
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.. ... .. rDMe ...ru..wc..w.i leer of Homestead Army Air Field.Preceding (Continued From Page One)
i the night water carnival -
o'clock dinner tonightDr.
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at aa
was the junior swimming
.ulau
wilt hold classes
Rueblo on
P..td..a age and diving meet which began at
Insects that attack mangos; Mr.
; MAIIOIIII Lh.C1I AIC2DI I la the afternoon.Winners .
i .. Tower will teach method of prop.
I --- .. of the various water
1 events, to whom appropriate medals agatlnx the fruit Lectures on new
DJCI'IIfIOJl
: MARY MIAMI
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: I = will be given by Mr. Lynch and
are listed fully at follows : 191
i .UIUCIlPTIINI IATUto 1 1I 1 Miss Thursbr will. teach press,-
DMe c.u..: ...; tie: enter A,aatle Shew Rf I Itauaal ins and canning of the fruit

; B.4r t::Mri a-I mm, n"li Fifty-meter free style--Ralph The forum sponsored by MUs
/ e ace. SIMi 1 .-. SIM.Patience McKabb (air base), first; Dick [1w d a I Olga Kent. Browsed County horns t

. (base) Sam Bloodo apssTJdeouwO' demonstration agent the Fort
..... so sea ad ear me Brows second;
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\ r..a;is rots .. i..e otnoe aata.at. (civ.), third. Time It.l aaconds Laoderdal Garden Club and B. 4Lswton.
...(. n.etd..dw w .4 d '
Browsed County agrtcul-
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Oaenneter diving -Lucira Phs- tural agent, U expected to draw

' nouf tint; C. A. Root second; aaaago enthusiasts front the entire
Is the Hardest Don Done, third; Brown, fourth. area between Key West and Stuart.

Thing; to Learn Thirty-six meter back troke- A splendid collection of varieties
Root tint; Blonde, second; Jack and seedling will be at display
i i By Anal* Maytraw ritifetrlck dl Franco (0. T U.). third. Time. and there will be exhibit of

We (II have drudged with aching 24 second the canned products Mr. Lynch
head and back Flfty.Mter breast stroke- said.

And sometime bought the mid Root, tint; Castle (O.T.U second
: Lt Colin MacDonald (base), CW "Ij wia TOs nvtutsmetNovit
night oil to bum. Or. Leonard W. Bastinam.ia.tee
When everything U Mid and done third. Time, 42.1 seconds. j TNRa I I '
we know : Fifty-meter novelty balloon race a [b. [.,..wswIea I
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That patience U the hardest Biondo; Harold Latourette (airbase .
thing to learn. ); Lucci (base). Time, M.4 GLASSESMl
Kelly Davis, Paula Kemp Scar '
seconds.Thirtysix< Ceo. Dickinson.One .
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M. B. Mi* M. IBM* ....1
The problem might be Intricate meter old clothe meter diving James borough R. Sincere .AIr o.adw./
E y and long, race: Calvin Schmidt (dv.): Don rown. Glenn Dickinson Charlie : Three-meter diving-Brown, N. c:.._ Tar
But teacher came to lend a helpIng Done! fcucd. Time, 5T eeconds. ohnsoa. Sincere, Glenn Dickinson.

hand.Translation Hundred-mettr free style-Me. Elghty.yard relay-find team: I Fifty-meter free atyle: Scarborough.
was Involved and stiffend Nabb; Phanouf; W. Slurs (0. T. Harris Wesley January Tommy . Harris N. Sincore. .
F rough. XT.). Time, 1 mla. Ill seconds. Clark. Glenn Dickinson; second Balloon ,Race -- Brown. Clark t '
Light dawned at last to make Eighty-yard relay McNabb. team Nick Slacom. H. PuboU, January. i n the

in 'understand. Heislrr H. Roth. P. R. Bevenich.. Billy' Hutchinson. Brown; third: Old clothes race-Harris. Jan.
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10 points Bennett Done Biondo;
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And' If the wont came Id the f
wont Root I points. TIme 414 seconds. '
taslje ';hart-.l[ meter, tree style- .
WV.:tossed 'the!thing! ,we
Root McNebb HelslerT Time. Mseconds. .
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Hundred neter side ..roke-
with mankind. Root: Coalman (base) MacDonald. /
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And patience U the hardest
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Time 1 min. seconds.. .!
thing to learn;
Thirty-six. meter butterfly stroke' ''I ,. ."'. .
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W* criticize our friend and braih. -Root;; Cordon Rank (base); Cas I ;' .. .
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II' tle. Time, S>.( seconds. I 000 ,

That In their plates we'd do Three-meter diving .(final Individual ./ -
thus and a% score-Phanout.' 1J7; Root ... ,,"7 ....... 00".... ,4i .'
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Forgetting that a pumpkin grows, IM: Frank Chlcka 1(1 Team ,.."t-.'"... ;, .,,.. -" ."
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Dick Campbell; Lucci: Chlcko. ;,f- '.

Theosophists say welcome our !, Two hundred meter relaySevenlch .

hard ticks.TIs : Phanouf Roth, McKabb t1 -
better to have things like 10 points: Root. Done Blonde -- ... --_-

that stern, points Time '2 'tnln. 11 seconds. .... --
But we want what we want and Judges were Sgt Strykar. Pvt / ......... -- ,. ,...,', .

want It now. Peter Smith and McKee. / .........
And patience Is the hardest An exhibition of deep sea diving / ........
thing to learn. was given by McKee, diverIn . 'r "

construction of the Key West > : Treffil 1" "' .
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pipe line and oh can Jay the V. S. 'afDbQJ Iff ... :

Wag k WON? Coast, Guard. Fancy diving waspresented ./ ...... .
by Betty Lou Shelleyind l .....
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Be fee been **" eashfTea clown diving by Root Mia .
t will a_. "..," Bat Virginia W'lker.aye, several accordion '":
IM feet result Js yea *.. solos.
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eve/f wage earaeekeee I.
/' ( Wa ... aa ....... taakeee Buis 8w1sm.at Meet -:\, 1O KNOW-the highways of,the Mtioa,*as>a bee the. ., /. '
'......... Or pokMbeeb. .. Twanty-yard free'II1tM, I
ef its ...... bry Scarborough, Roland Harris.CARPENTERS' .: : ,.busivjeaa of our Travel Buraan.vTa ckart fine roads aalariUa.., '
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sever a./.b bil "
actjteat anybody ler a ...... Ke. US ._ ..eectlons:where.construction or other'obatades block traiBot ....;.. .

boom tha tmtt task, bet ef wkea ail fa average.... MEETS ruST AND THItOTRUmSDArS. ", :' "a iJ'to'ttil. .all ..who may iavo.lre-..thes*.are. ,tke. fvil-taaaa..,.; ,......... .

Averts.tea M a grew.. kTe a S P. M specialty. tyro Motor Travel Bar...
..usia. ..,. Se M la taa.eitaek teglea Baa. .. ...... S..M.deNNM. :
(tat ssaaes assay ke ..W N.NN NNN.NMN.M. 'Ir

.,MOVE .mow ass saes epee.mewMNdupprkea.1rNIs. rDeelgesd to:functloa la -*tiow Jt; ... ,_w.v ;

spat. Issued e. MVA PUN .t.,,': ."vcantfrted to% gear time .... MtC..r.trlp., ire "''e t".f a _:.f. ; .,,* ... .;'

. TtoTsMeanr.. M aausH 1aaeu.m ke s.nss ilhi ISM I Fdil e ,;: .. d,4 ,:butn'.W .n ys. .."""yrl....7.! Srtisll g. '';: :'

Oevvraatea aeeartHas jar> if1.nd ', Officer and.moa art hastening oe ..
lag Ibe leosaii War Less b auty "' Yiaiips tmo I.-I.r :-: ..._ 1

Tea"ru lead, Pon fear.messy... 2"0 a a a /lt : : ,. camp tj>-.p.OI''Itea4lqf.baW.sa loavea sod f boo,...;... ... :

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+ norscB or-ArruraTMMi rfn HIM roa ,. : > They:;ask our.Travel'.Btrea* tehelp.these ta coiyarvftrvitcoraero..avoid .,;;:,tom, .

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Mad tow-fool dv at ,,_ A. PW. applies .to.conmerclat> ;.vakklea,.k.+a.tr vAs.It.RKp..rg"",t. .r '' ,
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... ale MM M.tMt1 Mlees .1 Because we. render the final: : ';, '.1

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a.--= :7hmw. wlaw. occaslotrof Unmarred peace and
M a. Cue,
o..v ., MoI. sat" at ehaW.Lx beauty. The tranquil peace that
neat-- marks the end.Is solemn service
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M -:= .:= ..-, -="= e deed our which direction.may wellbe? entrusted: to 1 .ftUllIU '.IIL"r; '.

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: ELLEN LOUISE VANN TO BECOME BRIDE .....-.

I. HERE I OF WILLIAM DAY GRAVATT ON AUGUST, "


Exquisitely I Mr. and Mn. J. Thomas vanGl-stead by the Rev C. tf. Walkar-of. ,...
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palms and gladioli of homestead are Socrum, former pastor of thJv .
Presbyterian engagement and the approaching 1 cal churc.h0.of. "which'the ftrjda- r..-..
marriage of theIr daughter men I,a memt4'I
afternoon formed a Louise, to William Day Gt Watt,I ___ ,
for the wedding of son.of Dr.wad Mrs.'A. B. Cravattef vNrya* lTr'sTvnENTWE ,:: ..
Baa-Sullivan to nieraon, Va. I S ,166t 1"Zlil( VE1T. :.. "
Dennis' Plttman of Theceremony will be performed', Miss Janet H.ndenwnD'Coonar.f. .
and Homestead at 4M o'clock on the afternoon' M NewrYoi Citjr-aaxl CpL.CUf-i .'.
Before the of Augv: H In the new buildinc,of" ton Caanon>Tanner-of Cbeneyule?.
teronned by the the First Baptist Church of.Home- [."..flight-ensjlneer-at.Rotneetaa t "
Marvin f. I'reJ<<...wer:mjtUd,June ,1.to,thaTh .
Robinson played an warrants, and memben voluie.: CII1'ft '.C1! .b"o(..the)lawn': .
til eon nuptial leered to.assist In. registering.ap'; feIIf't.. .- .. . '. .
Mary Ellen \ plicants If their.het .i jufded., ,- cer manrt'was' performed ' ..,
You Truly". The The president, Mrs.J. I. Hammett:: '-the.Revi:KarV' ?..Scott pasta,'
Hlcg marches were was Instructed to Investigpte-ae of the fhvirch..Pvt.and Mrs."JoaKtndort ,.-. ,
,4 The bride, who such a school, .It waa'decided* 'ot New York, were the e :
marriage by her would mean much tq the district witnesses. ', w ..
was attired In I Mrs. J. C. Boyle and Mrs. Frank CpL and Mrs. Tanner are re...
snodel of blue crept I Kent were ,admitted to ,member aiding at the home of Mrs. I't'fd.. '1
cff-the-face hat ship. T. Suber.
length veil. Her I A rising vote of thanks was The bride, ...4a\l&htn..of.iln- .
rare white and given to MaJ. Herbert Katz for Margaret O'Conogc.of, New York,
gate of talisman auditing.the annual report of the is a student\of Columbia ,Univerilty. i
denlaa with a treasurer.The In June of 1944 aha will '
Ing spray adorning hostess, Mr*.. Katz, served receive her bachelor's degree and
Mill Eleanor cake and punch.Present a certified public accountant cer-
the bride and were: Mrs. Mae Morris, tificate. She It also a staff accountant *
wore a magnolia Mn. W. K. Walton Mrs. Cine for Leslie Banks and Co of
blue and white Stewart Mrs Ben Archer, Mn New\ York. She plans to remain
flowers, were pink Katz Mn. Tlbbite, Mn. Ham here through July
Charlotte melt Mn Kent Mn. Boyle and The bridegroom a ion of Mr.
rare I yellow Mn. I. C. Sherwood of MiamI. and Mrs. Clifton Tanner otCheynevllle
(white accessories [ was a student at Louisiana
Of orchid tinted I
Mrs. Marvin T. Murphy will entertaln Technical University when
Staff Sgt Richard the young people's class he enlisted a year ago. He li
twit man of Homestead Presbyterian Church taking overseas training at the
Mrs O H. I with a picnic supper and swim.toning Second Operational Training Unit
the bride, was party. this evening at the the Army Air Transport Com.
rose alpaca, and ; municipal pooL'. lot at Homestead Field.DIXIE . .
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a reception was

+ lovely were Clf the decorated cut brlde'i flowen. t"I : : :DRUG :.-.::'

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lopped with tiny
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bowl was banked In
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The bride, a
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Was graduated June
Steed High School
fictive In sports

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: r"'ADDmONAL''s. ., ... ,. EVENTS. , ._., ., I CLASSIFIED ADS
20 Years Agoim'itnj'.r. !! !!!! ! !! : ; ! !' !! '+! :' !! '! : ern 1! -II ::11

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH TO SPONSOR ftATC First tasertico 104 a line; subsequent Insertion
; OPEN HOUSE AT USO CLUB ON SUNDAY
r. w.e IsNwlai has" 01 k"Paalm"as : ) Ha loss
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8--4 lwM.r, ,.-.. J... Open house at the USO Sunday On Wednesday afternoon. June
... ..... .,M omega Oe< *r, INI, I ,. FOR RENTFURNISH' PERSONALAVON
W1411 the se".101-04 901Y.a.4. '........ ...... afternoon i will be sponsored by 30the Army Wives Club met at {
.Mee. l5 1515. I'the First Methodist Church of the USO with an increased at- '
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|'Homestead. Special refreshments ten&ance. Tea was served and comfortable 4-roora PRODUCTS I
f mmmr.lllmmmnmnnmmimrPII will be served and music! and swimming and ping-pong were en garage apt with lights and wat .F YOU WISH representative ;
"Speaking of spirited, enterprls- games are planned. joyed in addition to bridge.with er. Phone 881-a (Jy -l<) call, send card to ere Anna C. 1

,; ing Fourth of July celebration, Dances will be held rfularly, which Mrs. Gem N. Wakefield I Slessenmlth, Homestead, Fla. jl
S OR nACRES well scarified
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Homestead "said 1wltb floats and on Tuesday Thursday and Saturday helped ,
a, bran band In the morning a evenings during the summer. Wednesday evening, Mrs Chas.T. land .for planting early torn*.
i toes. 4pply O. B. farter, Alpine FREEl If acid 1
barbecue at noon patriotic talks The Woman's Club of Homesteadprovides Harper and her daughter Miss excess causes you-
Grove Dajrr, i (Je25-Jy) pains of Stomach Ulcers IndU
and a ball game in the afternoon ( refreshments for the. Cecilia, conducted the regular
and a Carnival a"a street I I of. games program Kestlon, Heartburn. Belching
{ danceat dances on the first Tuesday .
ROOMS and apartments. Reasonable Bloating, Nausea, C.. Pains,
night . It was a safe, tan : each month and groups art askedto !
rates, hot water and show. Bet free sample Udga, atIIroWO'I
and happy Fourth. The American I assume responsibility for the REBEKAH LODGE: OFFICERS
en. Palms Hotels Pharmacy.
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Legion represented frank TO BE INTALLCO MONDAY Ctorida City.I JlJ1ftI
by Rue, '-'refreshments. on the other Tuesdayevenings. .
Chaa. Fuchs; Jr. and Ivan Moier.HS 'I Open installation services for officers .

W the fireworks hooting. j I These dances are strictly reguuated of Liberty Rebekah Lodge'! FOR SALE50'BlfDDED I WANTED I

They 'forecasted the display by yet very: much appreciated will be conducted here next Mondiy
sending' -\a# a paper balloon filled by the men at Homestead Field evening by an inlt.l1InlI'OUp a\ocados. Ornament EXPERIENCED waitress to serve

wlth"bot klr late in the after-I reports USO Director W. E D. from Coral Rebekah Lodge of ala, shrubs. Phone Calkins, DBS-I IUy2.U dinner hour. Good pay. Also t
noon. . Ward.Games and conversationare Coral Gables. I, W, I mi. w, of Florida City: amart colored bus girl Bsmboo'

"The Woman's Club won first provided for those Vho do Officers of the Coral Rebekah ) I I Tavern, (myT-tf) ;
prize for the best float In the parade not dance, and the home-like atmosphere lodge were installed Tuesday
that took place In the morn- enhanced by local night by a Homestead delegation MAN'S 'BlCYCYEjood condition, WILL PAY $i to US for Junk
in*. The Redland Woman's Club hostesses, makes the clubhouse totally composed of Mrs. H. B. Beanie, right new tires and tubes. See can also farm machtoery.
was awarded the second prliei unlike a dance hall, he says. Mrs. Blanche Chapman, Mn X5 Mrs. M. J. Hobart, 903 N W. Wolfe Auto Wrecking, P: 0. Box' '
.while..the W. D. Horn -To lives ,I The dance lit Thursday, July |C. Radford Mrs' Anna 101_- 2nd.-\\e. any time before 4 p. IlL: 799, Homestead Fla. ( 30-tf)

given third place. The prize were 18'will be sponsored by the Altar smith Mrs. I. P. McLean; and . Ue25-jy')
$12.SO, 17.50 and FAT hen*. J. R. Bevis, near Leff'watom
$9 00. The judges j Society of Sacred Heart Church. Mrs. E. S. Caplinger.. Escorts were .
were: C. N. Walker John R. Koch, Members of the American LegIon Mrs. Dorothy Williams, Mn. Cora DRINK health-giving goat milk (dlStf)

John G. Stradley, O. M. Freemanand Auxiliary were hostesses at (iord.,., Mn. Clara Dixon. and from government tested goats CLEAN RAGS WANTED Will
Dr. C. P. Jackson. . the dance last night and the|Mrs. D. L. Bowen. Others at. Mrs. M. E. Ash. Call 238-J eve.nuigs. .. exchange subscription or adv* > u

!"'Fifty yard dash: for boys un: Woman's Club of Homestead tending from here were Mrs. E. E. (MyZl-tf) tislng for clean rags. Leader i''

der nine--Stanley Robert first .sponsored. dance held Tuesday.Mn. .I Bailey, Mn. Allis Degler, MnGussle ZnterprUe.VaranJaFrlnoeton.
Edwin: McCarrah second; for girls A. E. Paul was In charge'of i Joiner and Mn. Rufus LOST
under nine-Viola Rutzke tint El.: refreshments Tuesday light and Graham, I "'''".
oi.e Bradley second; for girl under the Fourth of July motif was used I I LOST-Truck title certificate in I I" ; ;
15-Dorothy Connor first, decorations.. Music was provided ,'MRS FtERY IS HOSTESS name of-.Harold E. Jones also I Felkst ,
Louise Wollam aeeond. by an orchestra from the Sec-, TO NEIGHBORHOOD CLUB power of attorney certificate I
"Potato race (for boys under ,ond O.TU.! base. The evening Mn. Mary Furry was hostessto made out to J. E. Gauzens. Reward Save Gas-Trade at
15): Vannle Lee Harris tint Herman gowns of the girls and the exceptionally the Redland Neighborhood Club for return to J. E. Gauzens. I

Thomas and Herbert. Harris good music of the orchestra on Wednesday afternoon Mn 809 N. W Second Ave. Hobson's
second, I gave a glamot to the evening Sam J. Davis presented two violin Homestead. Phone 2S5-M (pjyt i iI Grocery
"Hundred yard dash! men'a free that made the event one of solos and Mn Ceo P. Wright iI I
for all-Henry Brooker lint, Cecil the most successful ever held at gave a humorous reading Mn I Naranja, sFIa.
Hook Second; for boys.under 15Vaanie the USO. 1.Reid Holmes and Mrs. W. W. Cun. stir plow s

Lee Harris first, Vernon i Last Sunday afternoon, community -1 nlngham were winners in con , ",,,,,,,,,,,.
WertfalJ aecond. singing was led by Mrs\ tests. I I
"Egg: race: Lula May Wright T. L. Hodges, local vocalist and Others eresent were Mrs. W* E. CAB SERVICE i

tint, Edna Bemecker tecond. pianist, who also presided ..tb..I{I Gaby, Mn. Bess Thomas Mrs E.|| .
('Three-legged race: Vannie Lee I piano. John Pope gave several II B. Isler, Mrs. J. A. Rotherham, e& reasonable rates
Harris and Vernon Westfall, tint, ,piano selections. Among the hosts Mrs. Ralph KJngman Anne Weber -1 EXPERT

Tom Loomis and Tom Mowry,I!for the at home=were: Mr. and er and Margaret Gaby. Day Phone 9108
aeco,40 Tat man'a race: Ceo. Oakea 'Andrews, Mrs A. E. Paul. Miss Aug. 4 at the home of Mn.C W. Mat Phone 389 BARBERING
fJnVand C. Albright, aecond." Mabel Ruth Pope, Miss Frances Chase. The group-will meet also on
Rutland, Misses Marie and Myra I the third Wednesday of each
"Robert MacDo a0 ld. elder IOn Bell Misses Catherine and Anne 1 I month JOT work at the Redland HOMESTEAD CAB SERVICE HainatOkave ._ __ ___ lit

at Mr and Mrs. J.: E. MacDonald Shackleford. Miss Mary McNeill. surgical dressings room. F. 0. nosomer. Pre. . __ ISO i

of Homestead Bakery, is now John Pope and Homer and Albert TWO NAMED-TOT OFFICE Skampoe (.Isis- .._ 09.Sbaaepse. .

to ,Hew.; York taking e/course Byrum. Mrs. Paul was In chargeof .AT W. L c. S. MEETING.Mn. I (Medkated-.r ISO
bread making .at the laboratories the snack bar where fresh limeade .
Cecil Dodd SIIIIe ______ tee
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of .the Fleiachman Yeast Co. . and cookies were served. :a."ir
I Last 'J. cording secretary and S I FMIaI ____ ..._ Nt
"H. S. Pond;assistant cashier of Wolfe and Saturday Mrs.evening Chris Petersen Mrs.. I Mare, flower chairman, tw 8. L. Kendrick Fussiest rack ___ ieC..biaalia

-the' Bank of Homestead, is ex.1 served )imeade, salt crackers and joint c. monthly S. meeting of the S. ........_ 150 t tTssie
circles of
Is. the First Methodist
peeled' to leave this week for ginger snaps at the dance. Mrs I Church of jcsnci or THE j ass
Homestead Tuesday ---
Oveido Fla., where he .will :become W. y. Bush and Mrs..B. E. Vihlen TRACT -
I afternoon In the church school MasUcke Trha _.__ ...
cashier of the Bank of Oval- were in charge of the check room
do. .." and the juke box. Other hostesses building. I Birth Deed ioaaee sad ether ..-
were Mrs. Fred Suber and Sewell Palmer conducted' pro 1 gamete tokBewleage sad wit j
Vm. B. Bradley, who was recently Lawrence Pope. 1 gram, and Praise for eared, BUSH'SBarberShop
elected to the'actlve vice- Mn.j Christian Leaden"
Last Friday evening Mrs. I I
presidency of the Bank of Homestead Others present were: Mn H. L. .
Wolfe was hostess and Odd Fellows 81.... .
was at his Brown, Mn. !. S. Caplinger Mrs.
post in the bank
limeade the soldiers and ]N. W..In It Homestead fla.
Monday J, A. McNeil, Mrs O. L. Show
morning for the first
partners. Members of St. Of... Cttr Han
time since he was taken seriously Episcopal: Church held their their'1,alter. &and. Miss Helen Livingston ,
Ill some months -
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ago.
lar monthly dance for service CANDLE LIGHT SERVICE .

"Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Budge on July 1. Fresh limeade and homemade :CONDUCTED' : BY Y. W. A. M
and daughter Helen, of cookies were served by Mrs
Miami ::1 A program "Youth on the Auction -
spent Tuesday with Mr. Budge'sslstei Mrs. Ceo. Ranson and Mrs O. Block"
G. J, Roman Mn. Lee H. Lehman i was presented by the
Mrs. B. ,
A. Waldin
at her Y.. W. A. at a candle light service,
MIne In Mrs. C. J. Parman and Mrs. A. L
ONLY
Redland.4 Tuesday evening the First Baptist -
Burgreen. Others helping to
"Dr. J. A. .nter.1 Church of Homestead. During) MONKEY
Button of Kistlmmeearrived Lain were: Mrs. Geo. W.
on. ,Tuesday for .a visit who checked hats; Mrs B. E. the social hour potato salad i INT
.Hrith his daughter; Mr*. W. B. lapr; who was .in charge of the i cheese crackers and cola were)I CU!. 41U
served
by the hostesses, Miss
Strickland.; Dr. Sutton was for. jukebox; Mrs. Chas. E. Eichen.berger
lie Moon, and Miss Frances its---Saw fat'I)
mercy pastor of.the Baptist Church. *, -Jr,; Miss Barbara Done ij; Others present were. Miss, 6115 Stew.. M..aes. etelew.e cad ......1...... yw
M. .Homestead.1 ,V and Dr. Burgreen. Je. -ri e..rwof
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Ibcl Ruth Pope, Misses'Mary Nel.\\ seed ""eeaialsg. bee's pate.tie
{Dorothy Moon Miss Alma res.on ",.. .whr.(alSlrvs.Iowa Bar.Sao" .
; i i'i i Miss Frances Rutland : II Aaeis 10M p.66hed
h iFor'Newt f'HotnetUad Soutrt
o :and Dade Read :Ellen VIM. 10yr Live
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