Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00604
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: July 23, 1943
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00604
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
lccn - sn 95047482
lccn - sn 95047482
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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I Tiertd.'s yy HOMESTEAD LEADER Redlaud DMfrisl Ike,

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Resignations Withdrawn Here '


: As Board, Sottiles, Butler Confer .

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Down Charleston Ways RESUMED AFfER THREE-HOUR ..



Dr. Andersen Will Head I Member of the Homestead rationing l

State Lab in Leesburg,. board withdrew their resignations

and reached a complete

Dr. E Milton Andersen who I and amicable understanding with
CHRISTENING For the past two and l half years South Dade Farms Inc. In a
hu been hortlcurlst on the staff I
three-hour conference here yesterday
of Subtropical Experiment Sta
ion at Homestead, has been fromotee I afternoon which was pre
Phyllis Farmaa Eichenberger lot the positlosvof. horticulturist sided over by Chauncey Butler
In,charge of the LMsbW'l !stale dlrecior of the OP A.The. .
of,Homestead, christened th* USSXlchenberferv Watermelon and Grape .Laboratory
i board will resume full servicing -
destroyer escort,'at another subdivision of the II
Florida Experiment Station al ; of J South Dade Farm equipment
the Charleston navy :yard In a i
double GainesvilleOr I i I with tires and gasoline In
launching ceremony heldyesterday
..a and Mrs Anderson and their'sufficient quantity to Insure Unhampered
afternoon at t ('clockj :. ; I
'<' Infant son, James Milton, win of the defense
.... -(Thf vessel was named tor'Mrs.Etchenberjer'si ; leave this month to rank their, progress
I i contracts, on tfhjch M.i H-usxl taweH ,.
.. la lM,8uf4."tr) *
husband the lateEnsign ,: Charles E. Eichenberger I (, .been an active member l1 drainage of land for winter cropoperttiems
, the Kotnstead Rotary Club. Mrs.
; "r. who rent
3t. who was killed in action "; "iW ; ... Andersen, a former landscape architect farm la the water-controlled East
Guadalcanal Sept 12; 142.! Both ., ,.i a member of the. Horne.stead *
the Air Medal and the Purple r :lr ., I Art Club. ;,Glade tiles area developed by the Sot.
tieart were awarded the 22yearold I
hero posthumously by Pretl All information concerning*
dent Franklin D. Roosevelt I FLAMINGCRASHKILLS : conference "Vhtch lasted from 1te
Tea squadron-mate* of Ensign : t p. nt., was obtained from OPA
Tichenber ger, all veterans of lest I State Director Buljer, to whom'
$summer aerial battles in the Solomona -.I DRIVERSOFLOCAITRUCK 1 both Board Chairman Carter and .'
formed the guard of honor I Jar. Sottlle referred inquiries Mr.
Mr, John Ray Barker of l I Butler said that questions of legvllty -
Homestead was matron of honor I and eligibility were fully i
The ceremonies preceding the threshed out and at the end both
launching; of the Eichenberger the board and Squth Dade Farms
began with a talk: on destroyer I I ENSIGN CHARLES E. EICHENBERGER JR. I I The driver and the relief driverof official: were In complete understanding i
escort.by Admiral Jules James a hug tractor-truck trailer I and agreement and "ev
commandant of the Charleston owned by the Florida Lime and erybody shook hands aU around".
navy yard who told of the effectiveness Surprise Blackout Almost Perfect Here Avocado Growers of Princeton I Present at the conference were .\
with which this new type II .were killed five miles south of, (Continued on Page four)
hip has been found to operate Rue Commends Co-operation of AreaThe New Brunswick N J, Tuesday in
He said, that the'Craig and the a head-on collision with a similar 'WAC VANGUARD
Eichenberger: were the first destroyer vehicle. whose driver also died In
escorts to be launched,at surprise black-out of Wed- Member of the Homestead and' the crash
the Charleston 7.rd.CoL.McMWTI7. nesday night was almost one I Princeton casualty stations and,,I Drivers of the local truck which ARRIVES AIR
the Redland First Aid Post reported -''
commandant of hundred per cent effective in this left Princeton last Friday, were
The Citadel military college attended for duty and went through Identified by Carl Piowaty manager
section, Frank B. Rue, coordinator : -
their routine handling of "airraid BASE FOR WORKA
by Ensign Eichenberger, of the Growers, as Bill Bahturn
(Continued Page Seven of defense for South Dade, Mid casualties. N w hooded
on ) and Cecil Carl Atcnlejr.. both
yesterday One traffic violationwas blue "black-out lights recently of Miami The driver BcUum
reported, and In one Instance Installed at the Homestead station died behind the steering wheel, vanguard of 11 WAG who ,
THE WEATHER were reported to be very effective arrived this week at Homestead
house lights were left burning and Atchley was thrown clear of m'
Otherwise the area was reported : the cab as both vehicle burst Into Field will be followed shortly by
Offlcfc vwttor wren K eta. sushoel al completely blacked out from flame The driven of the northbound the rest of th'.coD'lPID7.
tn.a..e aaau,...s--.. ""-- Gould south to Florida City. GROWERS TO truck owned by the Preston ."Second Officer Madalen Pro*, r
Date Max. Mia. Bar- tats The defense set-up was operate GET I Trucking Co of Baltimore was tor U commanding: officer of th*
frem Paul Ross Oat and her assistant are
ed smoothly division headQuarters Louis of city group y
'July 11 10 <7 30011 .301| in the city han. where FERTILIZER FOR New Jersey state trooper Investigating . Third Officers Ruth 'E Watson
July 16 8. 67 30.Oi| .211 police fir, utilities, air warden,' the tragedy said that and Leone J. Roger ,
1 July 17 II Rt ISO.W, Ml casualty, station, ambulance. and the (Collision took place on the Upon the arrival of the full
I July 18 '_.... 10 66 \TO.OB|' MIl j I transports Hon departments art:1'I, 'WINTER CROPS unpaved shoulder of the roadway. contingent, a recreation ban win a
July 1* 01 67 30.0St J tco-ordinated. The bodies were removed temporarily be set up to which enlisted men
July 20 ___ 93 68 |130.001 J{I I[ All area personnel went through!I -, I ,to the county morgue In will be invited thrt or tour nightsa
'July 21...i. 11 _71 13003): ) .08|.the regular black-out procedure : Adequate fertilizer was prom.-I South Amboy week ?'

lard Florida grower Wednesday at

u Pfc. Hale, Once British Lieutenant, a riculturml Lakeland leaders meeting which:of state was ag at I'Labor and Material Shortages Fail I

U Speaks 'to Rotes on ''W rd] Pattern county tended by agricultural Chas It agent Steffanl and, Dad W. To Halt Work on Overseas Highway c

t; I R.Bird county supervisor of farm --
At Its Ui chI guests on WedAMday -, was enthusiastically: received He:labor In spite of acute labor and ma- la U per cent finished Hr. De
the Homestead Rotary then Introduced Pfc. Hal*, who Tomatoes, snapbeans and Irish terial shortages. work to steadily Germs said Ten or eleven mil** e
Club>> welcomed ILL. Kenneth O.feacjo. with Pie Barrett has been in the i potato, chief Dad County acre forging ahead which, will shorten of rock bv keen laid, the ub-'
,. special service officer of, v. S. Army sine March and will ages, 'were listed among th* preferred by 17 mile tilt Oversea Highway' grade I* practically completedand
the 2nd a T. V. at the BoavuteadMr : tear soon for officers' training war crop t*. a* given priority between Homestead .and Key steal far tilt bridge .ta new
Baa. Pfc. Itegtoaldwas ; aeheoI. In event of aa'11II1_. Wed B. C. De Garmo, assistant under *Up.*nt to the project.
rarer wshe fersMdy,. fifet Hal deearibed the bats .f Brit- fertiliser abortac*. state highway engineer fa) charge "Eight* Pr cent of the .*-
,.......... In the 8Hta* army.:la and fighting experience to County _Santa ware given mstruction of the protect. saU yesterday at nU. strip from th* Bridge south
Pfe. 4. M. B. Barrette also_of Worth Africa which friends ct his, by officials' ,of the atate his headquarter In the Prerlo te Key Largo ha been finish**",
mar unitt had recounted.M extension service en the.federal B. Bird Whiling on t. Xome ave. be said. -Work at progrualagaattstsctorOy
JUL one**> (atterWnedieiemb tee ... *. a eke of hit. frkuJ, U. fetx low, which allocates till,MO 'The 1.-... atreteh. from Florida oq th*.34 mile* .ofCeatNMMd <<.
rs with_a cornet sold wt 0i ,( (OmMmaud rag'Few): ', i (Continaed,en Pst"t''edr) j City south to JewtJsa

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!, )to ... ,* Molly Pitcher Tag Day Set for Aug. 7 'PIONEER GRIT

OUR MEN IN SERVICE. 1 By Homestead Legion- Auxiliary- -- Unit- TAKEN BY DEA1

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i FORMER LOCAL I iSt Mattxon Describes Wm. Hardy Russell 65 plo
North African':Air Raid Dade County grower died lt
day night at hit home In Na

BOY SINKS JAPSHIPATHONGAY''I How It feels to go through an after a lingering Bines r "
air raid was vividly described by service were conducted by
t 'Master Sgt Richard Minion in Rev. M. E. Meyer; pastor ot'
a recent letter from Norm Africa '
Silver Palm Methodist Church,(J
: to his mother Mrs. Salina Matt- '
Wednesday In the
son of Florida City.Sgt 10 ft. m.
Lt. r E. Ferren and the crew er funeral chapel and burial I

Cf his Liberator "The Uiss. Sanw ,.,-, bomb shattering Mattson told the of windows a 500-pound and ,place la Palm Cemetery ia Na 'I ,

." credited with sinking the door when It fell within T$ yardsof t.The -_,
pall bearers were:
third of the three Japanese vessels the hotel where lie was quartered Wagner A. D. Fogle, Wtl
tent to the bottom' la the la Tunis and of the devastating Moody, John Brown, H. A.
J't American air raids on the Hy
: American raid on Hongay and and G. W. Drigger
. + Campha ports on July 12. lathe docks there .before the Axis ca
Mr, Russell who lived In
e pitulation.He I
t recent press dispatches from
the United Stakes heavy bomber spoke of the snow, so' ranja for the past 23 years,
:II S i headquarters In China. The communication strange to a Florida boy, which to Dade County from C
County, Ga. 33 ago. i
termed the raid made fell oa American troop moving years
'. by two waves of Liberators through the mountain from Oran He leaves: his wife Ruth
:\1 heaviest blow of the war from to Algiers, and of a gruelling Russell, member of the Rift
i t r this theatre." j March of It miles with full packs. I School faculty two- eons Wax;
..;: la addition to stoking the 14.000 Set Mattaoa was stationed for Russell Jr., of Miami and
: torn of enemy shipping. the raid. a tune in-Constantine, Clement M. Russell army fishpilot '.
e ,e In North Africa
ITS destroyed the main power stationed :
,, plant at Hongay 30 nUea northeast Cpi Wm. Angelina of Camp daughter, Mrs. Don Talbott
; I of Haiphong then dived to WhIte. Ore, arrived In Florida Homestead; two granddaughter
: I U altitude of only 23 feet to strafeto City Thursday on I ten-day furlough Pstrida Ann and Donna Tal ,
t pieces I Japanese seaplane tied to visit hi* parent two sisters Mrs. Ceo. Richardson
;1 pp to the Hongay dock. e of Coconut Grove and Mrs. Joseph
,I Docks, railroads, rail shops and Pvt Bank Byrum, former ma- Norton of Brunswick. aLl and *
coal dumps were strafed at Cam. rine sergeant, is taking an officer brother, C. F Russell of Coconut
+' phI where two locomotives were candidate course at Dartmouth I Grove.
riddled the lighthouse was hit. College In Hanover N. H., where I Mrs. Russell's sifters, Mrs. Le
j' and a heavy crane was knocked Former Homestead Coach T, J. Bunkley of Brunswick and Mrs.1
;t out of commission. heir Is an Instructor In physical M. L Hill of Kingland. Ga. are

s The raids on Hongay and Cam- education. If---- I Then| with her. K
ti t pha climaxed four days of bombIng Molly Pitcher TIC Day will be ed So Molly went to war with ':'
.; on the Indo-Chlna area along Hospital AnnouncesNew conducted Saturday Aug. 7, by John. Shep Fields' Orchestra \
the Gulf of Tanking during which Visiting Hours Homestead members of the Arner During the battle at Monmouth I Appears at O.T.U. Base
132,000 pounds of explosives were ken Legion Auxiliary who will Court House, she carried water to 4
dropped. Due to the shortage of help, sell war bonds and stamps on the the men all day and Into the Shep Fields and Ml nationally
All the Liberators and their new visiting hours for James streets, announces Mrs. Wm. 1.o.roIImo night The men's calling "Molly famous orchestra played for One
Crews returned to safety. Archer Smith Hospital were announced president of the John Pitcher gave her the name by hour for enlisted men at the ec-
14. Farrell a brother of Mrs this week: by Mrs Eleanor O. SaUey unit Each purchaserwill which she Is known to history GIld O.T. U. base on Sunday after
..L Dickinson of Homestead formerly Robertson sup tendent. be given a red tag Imprinted On one of her trips from the noon. 1
spade his horn here when Daily: visiting hours for*maternity with I blue pitcher and with wen. Molly saw her husband fall The orchestra I* unique la that,*
.1; hit father, the late r. I Ferrell. patients are fronrt' ( p. the slogan. Till the pitcher with at his cannon. She promptly took I* all reed and has ne brass sec,;
;was chief of pollee. bonds and stamps on Molly Pitch :
m. to 5:30p.mandfrom7p0: his place and tired shot after shot tk m
i e. e '
: m. to fp.in.Hours er DaT' ;a until the battle was won.
TOOT NOW UEURNANT I for *U other patient are To turn b.cthe history pages, For her heroism Molly Pitcher,
Vernon Turner son of Mr. and from lp.m.to9p.m.daily. "Molly" was born Mary Ludwig, was first woman sergeant i Far Prompt
Mrs, Ceo. W. Turner, has been Children under 13 year 'of on a farm near Trenton, N. J. la :: by Gen. Washington. i
I promoted from ensign to lieutenant age win not be permitted to visit 17M. She we* married to John CAB SERVICE
t Junior grade In the U. & Navy. anyone except their own parent*. Hay about the time of the Revolution The modern Molly Pitcher are 1
Lt Turner I stationed at Key and moved to Carlisle, Pa .
Weal ,PrestLia)B. Bird NamedTo In Revolutionary days it was carrying shoulder on the shoulder tradition with by parking their j at .....ble Islas

t e e Defense Council Job not unusual for wives to accompany fighting : on the productionlines !
I Carl Van Winkle has been promoted I their soldier husbands to in the Red Cross, hi other j Day Phone ._........ 9108
t to fireman, first class, according I Preston B. Bird, chairman of battle. They washed mended,' civilian activities and selling war i
I to I letter received from the Dade County commission has cooked and cared for the wound- bond and stamps, Mrs. Geronimo Night Phone .. ..._ 389
I him by his mother Mrs. Harry been appointed secretary of the said. I
\ .Strader of Miami former residentof I Dad County Defense Council by circuit court will continue as The American Legion Auxiliary HOMISRAD CAB SKETICB
\ Homestead and Redland. The Cov. Spessard L. Holland. treasurer of the organization ind la conducting this national tag day .
letter told of I visit he had made I The former secretary-treasurer, a* director of. the council' sort. at the request of the TJ. S. Trea-j p. a ....... Frew ,
in Africa to the ship oa which E. B. Leatberman. clerk of the tee corps. I'Miry Department "
i his brother;U. (J. f.) Lionel Van
Winkle la serving. fl'i i
i. e "

A daughter was bora on July
22 IB James Archer Smith Hospl
: tat 4o Pfc. and Mrs. Daniel ..NejHof j
,Florida.City. Pfc.NeiU. is now REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZERS

4 iK/ortlga se*.. .
The first white woman since

leaving the states", was.the way ;,
I recent letter from Aviation .
Machinist's Mate timer Martin t'
described I. navy nurse he had
Just seen somewhere" in the Pacific -I
i :, timer, the only son of Mr. Consult us about your fertilizer requirements '
and Mrs. John T. Martin of Homestead ,
la serving with the navy..
* : for the coming :
;" year. :
Leonard Greer, Jr., son of. Mr. .'", ,
and Mrs. L, H. Greer of Naranja

6V.where left he Friday was tat Inducted Camp Standing late the ',. Due to, govern lei t-: regulatienalgid 8h rt-: ::: : : !

.' .".., .His wife, the.fpra+er.Mill . i
: ales of severalterialel.iet: be: : : : :: ; !
Nellie Cash to making .her"home ; : + : allege <
. .. ,
Princeton with her, father. W. .. . t" .

P.'Cash. e *- :' .;:1 make ALL of ow:'.regtte BHitfires.; :::Jkit 'we'wiM .:: :'. : :. :

Cancellation of kls iurlough .. '
.rill prevent Sgt Alfred?DUbl deo'ur.'hest to-s l whatwill : '
of D: Paso, Tex, and Mrs. Diehl .. : : yrearaa pessiWe
from visiting-Mrs. DieWl mother
Mrs. A. R. UYiJI 1on. Sgt. and need ,.
Mrs. Diehl were expected to arrive yw .
here the latter part cf this "*"'. % '
Booth and were packing for the .
', .
trip when bit leave was revoked. ", ; ,- -
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Aviation Cadet Archer Dodson Florida Coast
]East FertilizerCo.One
....* hit lint solo night at his .
p Itttwtr training ,base hi Pine
Beast.Ask, be advised his moth .
.... .... J. H. Dodson of Home- 16 .a. au .a"ger 'a I'k:
c l ss.ai. Weteiseay,c morning la aWoM
I tssaacMe cU..oa her birth
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I''vUlUng her brothrrOfi-law and I Mr"andl Mr*. Sam AoTiptlo anddaughter Glenn Schroeder spending the
sister th* Rev. and Mr R I.Hutin ,Josephine. returned Sunday week with Mr. and Mr* Jess
I *. from a business trip to Boston Arnold of HobeJeraclMa Sound

In and Around .
Add Parma, Patty Robinson -If. -- Tamblya; and Margl
I and Anne Rheney: will return next Mrs. Charles decker who .was Correll returned; Monday from a
Thursday 'from tile summer tamp seriously lit ha recovered. two-week visit la Fort Lauderdale -
Homestead at Montverd School Mootverde, with Mr Edith Dean and
line K. T }Nobles of Caps Sable wasa her daughter. Gladys.
I week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs.
-..J. 0. 1Juntoa''jft this morning St Clair Demere Mr and Mrs Little three-year-old Fer-
tot Lake Qty where h* wilt nter Loren Brown and family and Mr.' rara who has been m the Florida
Mr and Mr*. Willsrd Lewis of Mr and Mrs. E C. Galloway>> ,the veteran hospital for obaer- and Mr*. Wayland Demer and City Children' Nursery for nearly
Key West are announcing tile of Miami Springs have purchased vation. family of Cape Sable visited them two yean left Sunday with his

birth of a "".,...pound daughter I the R. F Shortt residence on Nar- Monday. . .. .. mother who U going to California
Norm Aim, it the James Archec anja rd.. where .they and their The Rev and Mrs. Ceo. Lortoo
Smith Hospital on July I Mrs sons, Eddie and gobby, are mak. left Friday for their home la
Lewis I* ,the ,former Miss Norma ins their borne V.Ur. >tams* after visit with their I.
Cowman, daughter .f Mr. and son and daughtrrln-kw, Mr. and :
Mrs Jesse Cowman of Homestead. and Mrs. A E. Close were Mra. :.Ceo .Lortoa, Jr. ,

Mrs Lewis and Baby Norma Alone visited by all their children ever {,.;*H. Warren ef'Marietta-,- .
will Join Mr. Lewis la Key Wilt the- ---:. >elr --le-Lw. apem the weekend bare ear bus .'
Sunday. Chas. I. Fortenbtrry, arrived Friday iness..
.. -- from Puerto 'Rico ,to Join .--' . f.' .wFLORIDA ,
. (. Our store will: bew
il,. and sirs: Paul'' C Herndonof ': \ .. ,. ..... ." ... -
Springfield Teniu / CITY < : ' : : ,
are an. .' ss ,,--......, > . :
munclng the birth of a seven.lcuno k-r--'

jUug.htr..P: ula.. Mirie.. :
9" i ,,
J,S. Cvs4s his for business' '
July It Mr; Herndon wsr former . visiting dsugh.uf open :: t
ly putor of the Homestead Churchof Karrr Strader,.fornMT .resident, ,. Mrti., a.. I. Worley. at RoyalPaCn ; ron -
Christ and }(I'L Herndon U of Homestead, laservtnr.a* pilot ) State Park this week while
tile former Miss Iris Cpllnfer, and captain ef ajt oil tug on the Mr. Worley la on a business trip
d QhIe!''oT.Mr;. ;Line, Mr* El St tntncoastal: .' 'i H.wthoene.lla . MondayAu-
Capllnger of Homestead. After ..... "
R-E. Scott Is visiting Mr. and
their marriage both attended Mrs. Howell 8.' tcopp ct I'wftaa-I .
M'tL"Jt E. Scott Jr, Miami.
Harding College In Searcy. Ark. cola ..nd her datuhter. J. are of .
Mr. Herndon ,win receive hit de. guests of her husband's, parents Mrs. Win. E. Myers I* recover- "
free In a few weeks. Mrs Hern' Mr. and Mrs VH A J. Kopp of 4nt-vfrom her recent Illness. gust 2.
don studied art. Homestead Lt K Pp. who I* serving
.In the army field artillery.. I*: Mr and' Mrs Jo Brook
L B. Blackburn, president of now on maneuvers. I Wv Miami and their son Bob-
the Homestead, Rotary Club. and Jtyi..were guests Friday of Mr.
WVn. J. Ceronlm secretary, attended Mrs. John WMchard will return .i end Mrs. W. J. Brook Mrs. Alva
/ the annual assembly of Sunday fron) Camp Stewart,' L. Newcomer of Miami visited WOODS
of presidents and secretaries of [near Savannah where the baa: them Sunday.

Florida Rotary club held In Lake. been visiting her huapand, Pvt. Mr*. Blanch im.n has been
land early this week. I Whichard. She spent the earlierpart ur
of her vacation with relative,- "
Mr. and Mr*. W. E. Koon left ,In Tallahassee aryl Luverpe, Ala Genevieve Cline; returned Frl-
Tuesday for a two-month vaca. : say from an extended visit In .
tIon which they will spend with I Mr. and.Mn. ;:. B. Edward. Fort Myers.; .
Mr. Koon'i niece Mr*. Everett arrived Monday morning to spend Iu -
Cronley, In Columbus, O, and ;the week: here with Mr. Edward Little Roger Harding of Miami .r'
,,1 Is
numerous other relatives who live :mother, Mrs Virginia Edward \1altinllotr1..J. S. Cave
near his old home It miles aw.y 1---
They will visit also In Pittsburgh Mr*. T t Kirby with her 1I! ... -,. ..
before they return home.: Mrs..1 I'younger son Howard returned I ,. .
Koon Is recuperating from a Wednesday from a threeweekvisit I II .. gas
vert nines- In Damascus. Caw with her I ....,"" '
mother Mr*. C. T. Bowman En I ... f.
Mn. Ted Oldendort ha been'I route home they visited In Cocoa .. I.',
promoted from the position of with her other son. Edward Kirby.
clerk to that of iccreUry the machinists mat second class,.U.
senior airport manager at Pan- 8, Navy, and his wife. .

American's" 18th it airport I I Mrs. Raymond C Ward has No Production Shortage

Min Bonnie Belle Myen, who''been visiting her sister Miss Virginia -
hat been employed by Pin-Amer Cameron. In New York City

lean Airway for the past ill for the past tea days. She will rr .. ... .
.. ..
months, has been promoted to also visit friends in New York and y . .. ..
division operations toil supervisor. New Jersey She will return home -
Mitt Myen wilt be In chart of]r about A III. IS
station log kept on the various
trip of the eastern division. Mrs. A/'L Cooper of South MImI

and her children, Dolores.
Stanley Pacetti. elder son of June Billy and Peggy Anne Etherldie -
Mr. and Mn Earl Pacetti, Jr., spent last weekend
W ID of spinal\ meningitis In Jackson 1' at the home' of Mn Cooper'
Memorial Hospital brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and
: Mrs. L. H. Greer. ,
Mr. and, Mrs. Edward StlUnt I I 6o- 6, so.5
:end Mn. Lee H. lehman will Mn Ruth Wiggins ha* returned
leave Monday to spend several !
'to Opelika. Ala after a visit at h
week in HendenonvlUe the hone of Mr and Mrs. J. D
.1 I
Barnes. Mn Wiggins Is an aunt
Mrs J. D. Redd and her granddaughter -
of Mr Barnes.
Marian Anderson, who
have been visiting; relative in I(i I : .
Mrs. Hazel Jordan and daughftar.
Alken. S. C. left Wednesday for
Hendenonvlll I Charlotte have returned to
where they will
their borne in Norman Okla., after
spend a month. I IMr I 4 a

*. Jess Gave and her son, I I '\ '\ I
Charles, will leave Sunday to Join i'f/f
Mr Gorman In Key West Until I,
they return .in then fall the Qo. N
man residence will' be occupied Undersfanaing'N4'
by Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Porter of
Newbern. N. C. Mr. Gosananspent 1
th* week-end her*. Mr*. DAVIS of Baltimore PAINTS
Robert Smith youngest daughter ,
of Mr. and Mrs. Gossman return-

. . \*d..to Key West on July. 13.r Still being made in needful plenty by peace-time standard of quality.

.. M..Nina Atchison of Chicago .

, : :A mer* visiting,.,. her sat' .... Dr.. .,' M. A.. Ij -....... >- i Raw material* V "*for* paint ire not critical..The protection of your home it*

:it. a Barnes-Monel., for an I, That, .la), % sense, I* .what we
.(tended business trip U Ctneiaatl. strive to provide. Eliminating.,.-
Atlanta. Jacksonville and : leas and ham.,w. bring to .a
ether points. Before returning troubled family a capacity to assume -!
home he will.spend three 'weeks : a pert ef the heavy burd.nla I. '
.In Hot Springs Ark. friendly understanding that Inspires 1 Brooker Lumber Co

makwri.: confidence and tend to, .
Mrs. .
Ml Wednesday and sadness.
lighten sorrow
night by train for Rock < .
Ingham. N C. where she win I Turner'L I Homestead Fla. Telephone 62I
Join Mr. Morris and accompany ,r
hint north In his tar. She Funeral Home .
to Visit her mother la P!
1* and to return, the first ef pJa"'J 4-Ar.,AmKlte** ervk* 1
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:mllnllllllllllmmlmlllllUlmmUIIJ; "Homeat 4 rather what tat
HOMESTEAD LEADERAND I DOW Homestead-was lust a pil*
I of rocks and palmetto dumps

ENTERPRISE 20 Years Ago 23 year ago says Mr*. V E. MM'
r.wew .. till .tin of Redland who with bar
1 brother. Geo. W. Kosel came
P.511.ad lrld..t s..d..d. """.
... W 6004 11.d. '_1.r G.cosy.NEW TW mantas nine W luMMbm"nlrJTt clown and homesteaded land lathe
led are In.gr..r fertile redland In 1900.
.. .. tnm a., etlw Wtarf
ARMENPr n0 a... t...... tawM JIMmmt 'I tell you, it wa a lonely
... minit Oct. h. IMI. I .
51.aa and 141twMuvocts .ou. country when w* cam here, said
With to a..d 1.--, etJa.a.d
I I.UCII AACaD 14.... Martin as she went back ia
__I.. I4IIar 'rniiniI 'niiiinllllllmmntPtl i memory to the Urn when she and
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MART RUIa.L DICEUISORM her ton, Thomas Poet and her
aM 5.1.1rsUSSCurTIOM .. The annual meeting'of the 1 brother. Geo. KoseU Dan Roberts, (
M. : Redland Citrus Grower Aasocia.tkm Claude Jenkins and Ben Piununer
h .... <...... a ..., sear e K M"t was marked by the unanimous i and their jespectlve families constituted -
...... .< DM* CwMrt mm.. 1111Ut vote oQ the 37 member, practically the whole com
I a.... si4. i it.. as.**. [present have their own local' munity In what Is now Redland. '

-a.t..d w i..4 .8.a sou .tae association tell their fruit during 'Mr. Robert had been herea '
> <*. I*. .I"M". ** the coming season and to start, year or two when we arrived.
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SUnk-S, ..ITI.Nights she 04 r (I immediate construction of their "Speaking of the day when the\
:grapefruit canning factory. pioneers of Redland had to go to
1671 aEAES A The director chosen are: C. T. Cutler to ship their produce and ,

Are lovely, TQO Fuchf, Sr., T. A Collins, K. P. get theeir supplies, Mrs. Martin

By Annie Majraew Fitzpatrick I Robert, Wm. Anderson. M.. aid that the journey wa begun
I Robert, Seymour Dane and O. C. before sunrise and the return trip
Why pray to dwell for..,, In light ,G Urbsn. Immediately after the ended after sunset

When darkness I* so sweet I meeting of the association: thenewlyelected 'It was II mile from hereto .
To the weary soul and spirit ,", I director re-elected Cutler by the old trail' said
When labor are complete? I Mr Urban president, Mr. Collins. Mrs. Martin. 'W* used to cross the

The day are very beautiful > vlce-pretldent; and E. A. Carter big prairie at Perrine because It .
But night are lovely too. > laecretarjr-manager.: was level and free from stumps, a
If nice to have them alternate and In the winter time this rout .

i Exactly! a* they do. "They Give Their Lives-You Lend Your Money"V i 'The first signature to. the wa fine but In the summer it '',
bad account of the mud
wa on
charter of the American Otow-
r ,i frWMTI DlttHmnl (
i 'en* League were obtained at a. . made by the heavy rain In turn- 4
i, CURRENTCOA131ENT ------- meeting in the city hall. . mer two tacks of fertilizer were (

Invite Soldiers Home to Boost Morale, "The names of officer mentioned aa haul big from a load Cutler.aa Those our mule who could tried .*

In the proposed charter . '
By AQI'EW'ELln U S 0 Head are: W. W. Green O. B. Parker. heavier loads nearly always had
Local Residents Urged by E. P. Robert Thomas B..r.B'rd to leave part of it along the way.
I 'Stacks of shingles,, lumber
........ . Fltdpatrlck, J. U Ballard, T.ID.
5r.5. .. w..... -..- .hardware and other such material >,
-a..a ie ... "0..8.00.;' Service men stationed at get In touch with the USO where I, Piche, E. A. Carter Geo. P.' could be seen at interval along ;
:= be kfc in vtalmMtaM os.t. Addis or at.:= stead Field miss the Home-I arrangements will b, made with Wright R. R Bigger, E. A. Fro- the road at place where people .
a I S. Amtwas w.. 'u If L panionship they left behind promptness," he laid. "Lit in the I achef and C. T. Fucha."
MM. M..1. ruTA had been obliged to lighten their
USO Director W. E. P. Ward laid barrack 'get very monotonous loads'
federal survey shows that Wednesday In an appeal to local especially on Sunday, and the: 'Avocado Camp Woodmen of "As far as Mrs. Martin knows '
U.Wfl domicile* will be needed In resident to open their homes to boy get hungry for a home atmosphere. I the World, was organized . and she U- the first woman resident of.
J Florida in the next year to house the soldiers stationed here. I Meals need not be provided the following officers were elected the Homestead-Redland section to

( war worker and newcomer "Anyone wishing to offer hospitality for the boy are well fed' : council commander, Rv 1 D. make the trip to Miami by auto
1 it I to these boy 1* asked to at the base." Taylor; advUer lieutenant W. H. mobile. . Two members of the *
A patent has been granted to ___ nI Cochran; banker J. O. Taylor; automobile party stayed at Mrs. iMartin'

F P. Roumlllet, engineer at the i I beer to etle'ct this decision asked PFC. HALE clerk. J. T. Vann; escort. I* C. house overnight and the 3
t state Institution at Orlando for 'that an Impartial committee from, Carr; watchman A. O. Cain;'sen next morning the was invited to II*
an auto .motor that can use kerosene the Miami Lions Club, of which* try, Chester Saunders; manage make the return trip to Miami u
or fight fuel oil and give h* Is a member, Investigate: .the!! H. M. Cook and J. IL Dixon; phyilcian with her guest She did it 2
more than twenty mile to the matter. County Solicitor RobertR. (Continued from Page: One) f *, Dr. J. A. Smith and Dr. There wasn't any road-lust 3

gallon, I Taylor and Roscoe Brunstettr: ,{I{!Comdr. Lord Hugh Beresford who J. B. Tower. ...." ., a wagon path. Stump of trees i.
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killed when hU destroyer.;1i -
-.r-, both prominent Lions, were ap-i!was were in the middle of the trail .
We V. Scans have quite I pointed to do the job. Afternoon. : M. S. Kelly was' sunk' In the battle "An overage of 71 swimmer i I and many of.them were too high i,i
nitely indicated by a Gallup dt'n.j ducting hearings: and studying evIdence of Crete. It was on the life day 1* the record of the new pool for the car to straddle, so we i
our opinion that we should keep I I turned over to them. by of this ship that the movie, "In built bjr F. L. Webster. . had to rlgzag out of the path to }
t a finger In the European pie--or,,,OPA official, the committee reported Which We Serve", was baa>>. escape them' . |
mess of lOUr pickles-.after the mucvldence of political :Quoting Lord Beresford's axiomto I "A. C Deputy returned the '''':''- 4,
war the average showing more pressure. :"ypi1 ,, his men, "Let's make this shipa early part of the week from Ml*.- "Mr. and Mrs. R. ,E. Edward
of the world are
than seventy-seven per cent thus Chairman Carter In an interview pattern we ilssippl where he wa called I II b"I will leave Monday on a motor trip(
minded, about twelve and a half with the Leader Enterprise fighting for Hale aid that this I the illness of hit little son. "Skeet. to Ashevllle. 5)i
per cent opposed and the usual: two weeks ago said that the local !,'*h6uld also bs true of every home army ler". who died shortly after Mr.' Ii

number of "wobblrln this caae I board had no desire 4o seethe 'post Britain farm and America.factory and He went on'to In ',Deputy retched the bab)"'*. bed' "J. K. Whltaker . i* having t

something over nine per cent. firm prosecuted, but It did aay that the new world will aide." a frame building constructed on t.
want an understanding that ac ready-made from the i I Mowry at. and he intends
not spring
Indication of the vastness of Pan tion taken by the board in with .'
ashes of the armistice, but must 'I l "The doll dress contest held 1 1Redd' by re-enterlhe grocery' business
American Airways i Ie the statement holding or cutting down ration to Dept. Store war won I by ,
here by
be lived and now everyone
that It hit 1,809 .employee the firm over the preceding ten ,! of us. Elizabeth Skill aged four years. "Squire LlneJbtt 'who recently

In Africa alone month was not challenged as illegal 'I In his description of the Bat I Little Miss Skill Is now the de- suffered a stroke of paralysis i* .
and the board did not want I[tie of Britain 'Pf Hale cited the lighted owner of the doll that ha still very ill-
A congressional committee re. th* impression created that violation manner In which 'the people of been on display In the Redd show (
port that Washington I* "vice. of rationing regulation 'window . '
i Bristol, England bad come triumphantly "The Campfire Girl enjoyed a
ridden and dirty". Nobody "whitewashed". I I
prepared would be
throughtheir: blitz mask party at the home of their
to dispute that State Administrator Butler said;I|trial. "Work on t. R. Graham's new guardian, Mrs O. M. Fnem n."

"Town yesterday that apparently all that;i; "If w* start living the new home south of Princeton 1* progressing -
Crier" Jack Bell kicked
t wa necessary was a thorough' world now" he said "It will make rapidly. It la a nine-room "Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Collins entertained .
Up a terrible hullabaloo when he dissuasion of all phases of the I the sacrifice of our men In Sicily structure." their card club . with
printed that most state Legion question by tU parties concerned .worth hlle. a picnic supper. . The guest

convention went largely devotedto to clear up misunderstandings and "Major S. E. Livingston ha were: Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Carter .
hilarity "likker"
and passing misinterpretations on all aide I returned from his visit to his Mr. and Mrs. E L. Davis, Mr.
resolution. "I know !
not what the Said Mr. Butler mother and other relative In and Mr*. Neil Mahan, Mra. Seymour
truth be I
r may ; repeat the tale "Thl Dane and Tom carter.
was not possible until South Caollna""Mrs
a* twas told to
me yesterday, and I guess I am thei i i I (Continued from Page One) ......... ----
one to blame because it was the 'to Florida out of a national fund Lena Woodbury was bos. "About 300 person attended the
RESIGNATIONS first opportunity I have had to of (28,000,000 for development of ell at a surprise party to cele- dance given In the L O. O. F. hail-
1 . by the U and 1 Club. . "
get down here am more than farm labor I birthday of Mrs. Ceo
pleased with the way the Conference It was predicted that large numbers at1.euthe.
(Continued from Page One ended. Homestead has a tine of Bahamians would be imported "Mr. and Mr*. J. F. Umohrey
Ja. Sottlle. president of South, board and I am glad Its members for work In the winter and daughters Violet and Frances
Dad Farm and head of the con. I han now definitely withdrawn crops and there wa some discus .war prisoner\ in farm and citrus have started on an automobile -
trading organisation that bear his t their resignations." don of the posslblle use of Italian ''work. An army ruling restricting trip to the North. r"
name and his two sons, Jss. Sot.'1 i i war prisoners from working within -
C tile, Jr. and ,Wm. Sottile, ",.tIft!I ._ :, 250 miles of it coast or:war production "Lillian fcnrl Eleanor Kllng. Mibe -

hold managerial position In the i: : I For News ot Homestead and South Dade Bead I plant would1make ouch and Marlon Robertson, Irene
"work: of the two concerns: their, !labors Impracticable for much of Rohrer and Lillian-( Rhode, all of

attorney. John Sullivan of Miami<, THE' HOMESTEAD LEADER j I Florida,.It wa, brought out. Florida City; matte iwlmmmg'
Leonard P. Ireland Dade rationing1 1 < party at tie canal . cooked a
administrator: board member E.I campfire breakfast and ate it lath
A. Carter, chairman. Lee a Lehman I, ''In Dade Count: 3 moans 5Oc; 6 mos., 75c: 1)r, 1.00 I HIGHWAYlCDattnued pavilion." .

,'J. I. Hlckson Walker FOWl. Outside Dade County yr, 2.00 .
er and JT. H (Jake) Brook Twoethty' "R. Mussclwhlte, 'the potaman'
stBscltlmoof: BLAKE .w..ww tionv Page One) \
b hi early
membersof the board. Dr. now harvesting *
Wt Oo D. Ruehl and Walter Weiss, _._...- ,roadway from Big Pine Key to crop of poUtoes
were not present because of absence I I HenMstead Leader. ; Key 'W.. which I* divided Into -
from the city. II N. W. Third SU naseta4, I two projerta. Forty-two per cent '")I..*. Seymour Dane and moth-
Six of the seven 'board mera-I of the IJ-mile stretch ha been ef Mrs. Ln of Miami win Jeer
ten, ,resigned nearly two month Enclosed Hat ..----,_ feUth; . please aaaJl. the Leader [completed, and U per cent of the soon.for California."

'ago when OPA enforcement di. far ___-.L--t tei' I ,outhcra 10-mile strip. of roadwayU -'
\iakM rum that alleged violation finished.per ".. B..Schalhrm ,.,'. ha opened
of tire reasoning regulation AMt \ "": I '" cent of the work on Up (la\1f. office ta the. : Horn;
'Had siM keen wMfuUy committed b. BOX'111' .'... ..vHJfy.I .., taCTTf .'_, .,, [[the, newSnake.Creek' brid**,ja building' !_. .
Bod U net we_t-prosecution.
r Daft 'AAmieidYl 1 W, Irftaad. Ing AND STATE _. .1 ..... .. ...+_ fernier: : "t* A. Young and family;hav
that pout- LL . . L.' op tbcTn ? ; . ? :?_* *.

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f SPEAR TO START :I Efficiency in Emergencies Demands Bible School El litt last night that completed the two
'j week courser Thirty-five children
J Held Churchof God
1 by enrolled in the school
FARTHEST SOUTHNAZARENEUNIT i iI I Strict Training, Says Defense Group I which was directed by Mrs. R. E.
I TJt* daily vacation Bible achool Hastings,
The precision and discipline required ..1 cannot be displayed but uniform i of the Homestead Church < of casualty station worker may be worn by their owner If presented an exhibition of the I today for the group st the municipal
In tumbling emergencies make stripped of distinctive markings." pupil handicraft at a program park.
It essential that member attend Station captains have been askedto i

The Rev R. H. $pr ot Rome-: all training classes in order to be enforce the attendance NUaJ.1
steed, former pastor of the HornjS *-I accredited, lira. Frank Skill, cap a* the.effectiveness of the ,
stead Church of the Nazarene, I*! tain of the Homestead croup ID Iepanden&IPOft constant and
f'\ organizing a Key West Church of I said yesterday when abe an. thorough training Mrs. Skill a d.
nounced new attendance regulations The Dade County Defense Council
| th* Jiasaren* which will bold its Home EstateWholesome
K opening meeting on July 30. of the Dade County Defense has the enviable reputation ot
Th building selected to house Council. operating the most efficient. setup -
.' the new church-farther south The council ruling state that in tb* South, she aaicl.Mal'l'aret .
than any other church of that I If station or post member are
?,( faith la the United SUte-la on absent for more than four consecutive Berber Chosen Inviting comfort.
I meeting without an excuse Expansive living rooms fife
the corner of Whit and Division For California Series ,
fT! st*.. opposite the Division Street I acceptable to the captain, ; large bedrooms. Unfurnished.
,"" Grammar School they automatically forfeit membership
Interesting and hospitable
tThe Rev. L. L. Scale of In the group, Mrs. Skill
TI'IY.I Margaret Barter of Homestead I
said. "Members must have the grounds. Over six acres in plot.
n eons College Nashville and Mrs. hat been elected as a member of!
JL,Spear talented vocalist, will be, confidence born of thorough training one of the two all-star girls'! softball Garage, small cottage, quarters
In order to unction
ff IJeCIfalln&.ra during the opening efficientlyIn team which will In October If
'$ ; time of stress, I go II for help $6,000, with terms
> series of meetings I 1 to California for a three-
!W Mr. Spear, one of th* state Worker losing their membership month season. Th team have' desired
ff! evangelist of the Church of then are required to return ail seen chosen from outstanding'
Nazarene, has been conducting station equipment but Insignia of the All-American Girls' Eleanor Froscher
',',special meetings In Lake Mary, and uniforms bought personallymay Soft League, sponsored by
be retained. The Insignia
Tampa and Winter Haven this PhlUp Wrigley, and the girl will
f.v IUn mll'. H* resigned last winter be quartered on the Wrlgley-own- Registered Real Estate Broker

\ from the Homestead pastorate REGISTRATIONSACCEPTED ed Island, "Avalon", 10 mile from tS .. flatter AT, HemesleUfhoaea
.? which he had held for several Los Angeles. I1S-1. Its-B
: yean. H* ha* been an officer and Mia Berger' record as pitcherfor
.,' active worker In the Homestead TODAY the victorious South Bend, I
i Art Club, which ha helped to Ind.. team has won national no
;', found.AAVAILABLEFOR. tice.


Mothers who are employed In
any type of outside work may
register their children today for lr'dFt'ilYt10J
the government sponsored childcare

;444'f: COUNTY'S POOR centers and for planned Princeton.for Homestead L.

: ; Registration win be from I to
tr S o'clock this afternoon at the
:" Jacksonville, July 22-People Homestead city hall and at the
needing Insulin but unable to at. Princeton Casualty Station In the
rt jf ford it are requested to apply for Chamber apartment building
'M'lt through their county health Mrs. Everett Perkins, Dade County -
',"unit, announces Dr. E. F Hoff- Defense Council representative,
I.mat of the state board of health. will be in charge ot the registration -
yfwho.. dispense the Insulin. which will be conducted by J
Insulin 1* used In the treatment local personnel of the block plan.
'4,, ot:diabet. and U'avallable to all The federal program provides
'0' indigent person In the slat of for the establishment of nursery
Florida, Funds making this possible schools for children from two to
hare been appropriated by six years of age;and of day care
the Florida legislature recreation centers for those from 1 1n 1t
',.- Patients needing Insulin mustbe seven to fourteen. At a weekly cost
v citizens of Florida and must of $3 a child, the younger group
have I signed statement tram a will receive specialized care a
if, doctor of medicine saying they well-balanced noon meal, and
are In need of Insulin but are mid-morning and mid-afternoon
.?.;unable to pay for It lunches In suitable quarter approved
? by the state board- of
.. health.
Streets-Parks Merger I Public school facilities will be
Defeated by Council t used for the older group who will 1 1I
bring their lunches and receive I I Ii

A motion to place the street and all-day supervision In play and
handlcratf at a cost of *1 week.
parks under head
departments one i 1
After school begins, children of 1 1
was defeated by a rot Of threeto 1
this group will be supervised before
two at the city council meeting
Monday night. Voting for the and after classes and ell day
on Saturday for 50 cents a week.It .
measure were Benj W. Morris
parks committeeman, who intro- Is planned to continue registration -
duced the motion and T. E. Kirby, each FrIdaInUI the r
and opposing it were W. R. Bird, minimum of It enrollment for
Frank B. Rue and Henry Brooker, each school Is obtained.

Jr., fire and street committeeman.A .
motion by Mr. Morris that Mr. and Mrs. Woods Mix MANY men and women of Florid
i an traffic light be placed under Business With Pleasure
the light department and that all Motor Unas' family era performing

atreet marking be taken over by Woods' Jewelry and Gift Shop,
the street department received no closed while both Mr. and Mrs. essential service for our country.

second. Under the present,set-up Woods enjoyed! six-week vacation these Information
f both of these are under the police and buying trip In the North, Count among our

I I department ., will be reopened on Aug. 1Mrs. Clerks Telephone OpeMtors and I
Mr. Kirby and Mr. Bird were Woods returned Monday
t authorized to Investigate the priceof after a visit with her mother, Mr*. Baggage Men. They've taken over a keeping service the peals with no
a dump truck to be used by Elizabeth Rankin In Media. HL. :
the street sanitation end park and stock selecting trips to Chicago big job:-and are going about It letdown on courtesy or cooperation
department Cincinnati Atlanta and Jack
Permit were Issued to M. -J.Fitzhugh sonville.. \ with a. seal that males us proud. Florida Motor Lines,.along with num .
1f for Improvements to the Mr. Woods came In on Tuesday I' 1I
amount of $100 on a building oa The blgh-llghta of his trip wenattendance D.y.1n and day'o t these Wow ben'of our patrons, know and
Lot ?and 1 ot Free' Second Addition at the national convention I
.. and to Elijah Perry for of the Rainbow Division/ workers demonstrate -tile real. spirit appreciate the q tty of their ef r*
1191 repairs to I building on Lots In Tuh*. Okla where he saw the Jut
the that forts. They deserve receive
jjPd 9 of McCUin's Addition. re-activation of the 42nd division of our forces- "spirit

the and loath attendance Infantry the in reunion Columbus of nothing Is to Important es teepmg credit for a major part In Florida

; CARPEN'TERS'. LOCAL O. He visited friend In his home essential wartime travelers cor- Motor lines' contribution to vital y
N-,, lISt, town. Oc rUle, O. wa a guest '
BITS FIRST AND THUD of his siitcr Mrs. R. J:. Snyder la reetly informed and en the move wartime transportation.

t TBUUDATS. S !. M Worcester, O. and Joined his wife .
for brief visit with her mother
..' Laths Ban, .. Knme. Heerested. in Media. He also went to Kansas Bas Station: Hotel Redlind. Phone 50 t
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':. City to purchase merchandise. PRINCETON FLORIDA k

Btdiaad Road: J between :Avocado M aycayne'Mm I .

,Pianoforte and Theory: I a
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I ) I : .n Social Events 'in South Dade . r.A \




t cafeteria will be made by members --

I of the executive committeeof The $21 war bond won by the Service awards will be made
r A soldien advisory council was The Baptist Training Union, directed I the Redland P. T. A. at a lunch- Princeton Casualty Station la the and a quit contest will be held.

I .' formed this week to assist the by Mr* A. E, Paul. will eon-meeting on Wednesday, Aug. recent county-wld blood donon The station is raising funds for
Homestead USQ In meeting the present a program of, vocal and 1L Sewing machines In the home drive will be awarded as the prize needed equipment

needs of the men at the Homestead Instrumental mtulo md group economics room will be used and In a contest at a public meeting The Princeton tltloa,. Invited:
f Army Air Field announces staging. I other members are urged to come In the station at t p. m. on July to march with county contest: winners -'.
usa Director W. E. D. .Ward. Mrs. Henry 'Ituegg, end Mitt to help with the project At the ;1. In the-.Miami morale parade

It contains representative of all Helen Jackson wm hostesses at meeting of the committee last At the same meeting a like bond I last Saturdayrwasrepresented by"
:the squadrons and other units at the open house last Sunday when ,,MrI. A. L. Campbell. president will be drawn for by qualified the captain Mrt. Eugene Fontajne.

$ tile base:: Staff Sgt J. O. Bowanof classical record wet' played on of the association was au- station members who participatedIn Mr. and Mn. John- Murray: the,
the Guard Squadron CpU- John the phonograph Pvt. Sam .Cot- thoriiea to purchase the materialsfor the drive and the winner will Rev.M. E.Myer. Billy Strickland- '

.. K. Williams of the quartermaster I tales sang Irish and Spanish melodies the curtains. Choose some member of the armed OlIn Walker Chas --ChambersAodxJea ,'
The committee last week decided
division Sgt Rudy Melobreti of and Pvt. Sam R. Benign forces to whom the bond will .be oVv.P.Vri, Corbett/and/

tile 14th Squadron Pvt. Sam. R.Loudlno. sang to hit own accompaniment, . at also to investigate the cost presented.DIANE Everett .'Myer, .
of painting the Interior of the caf-
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of the 427th Squadron piano. j
eteria. Pocket editions of books
Pffe E. Ray Rotella-oi the 471st I, The Homestead Presbyterian] will be collected for service men CASH GIVEN PARTY I I van:, Mrs. w'oo. .Lorton, btrs. .Joe :
Service Squadron a representative Church entertained ,the enlisted l I and brought to the meeting on BY MOTHER ON BIRTHDAYMrs. Benson, Mrs. Wilson Crosby and

of the Medical Supply Division men.with a dance Thursday night Aug. 11. Members were urged to Ormand D. Cash 'enter, Mn. Stuart Hall. --- .
and Sgt Tom Bostlck and and tomorrow pight.the regular write to men lit the armed forces, talned Saturday afternoon with a 1 Assisting Mrs., Cash In ent er.,: .
j Staff Sgt. Rouvim Felguln ot the Saturday dance Win be held. I taming Mn. John T. Martin
V 0.Ttt especially\ those who have no families party In honor of the second birth.
2nd Mrt. Chas. Pope was general with whom to correspond. day anniversary of her daughter, and Mrs. W. D. Coker grandmother
The USO advisory council has chairman of the dance sponsored Diane. The big cake was Iced In and great-grandmother of

. f'>> decided to place suggestion boxesin July 15 by members of the Altar MRS. FITZPATRICK NAMES pale pink and blue, and the colon little Diane.
the various day rooms at the Society of Sacred Heart Church. (I..DEI FOR JULY tt DANCE were repeated In the cup cakes I _
I base so that the men may submit Fresh fruit )ulce' and Iced cakes and 'Ice cream served the small SURPRISE PARTY GIVEN
ideas for USO programs. were served by Mrs. S. J. Lynch I Mn. Ceo H. Fitzpatrick who guests. Csy-colored: horns were ON Mm ANNIVERSARY

I The next Tuesday night dance and Miss Jean Mustard at the ,,has been named general chair- given as favon. I I Darius Baldwin was given a
at the VSO will be a gala event snack bar Mrs. Chris Petersen tman, of the public dance whichwill surprise birthday party by *his
Children present were: Brenda
r with the O. T. U. orchestra supplying was hostess at the door and Mn. ( be given tomorrow eveningby friends on the evening of July 18
I the muilc. Mrs. Walter B. E. Vlhlen had charge of the the Woman's Club of Home- Dellinger Sandra Lanier Karen In the Free Methodist parsonagein
Weiss Is general chairman of the Juke box. Mn. L. L. Field Mrs. stead In the clubhouse, has named Bishop, Jennie Peeples, Joy Sullivan Florida City. '
Of Gail Crosby, Donna Hall. Patricia -
,dunce, far which special features Fred Suber and. Father Michael I committee chairmen as follow: I 1 While the group sing "Happy
:.have been planned. Refreshments Nixon also were present. |Mrs. F. M. Kent. tickets; Mn. J. Talbott Patricia, Louise and Joyce Birthday to You" the lights were
will be served, and girls from Twice as many hot dogs were F. Hammett refreshments; Mn.Jas. I Wollam, Ann and Bar turned off and the honor guest
both Miami and Homestead will served last Friday night at the L Bird, advertising bara Je8n'DrIIl.ers.Ronnle Webb was presented with a large decorated -
be on hand to serve at dance part; regular party directed by Mrs. A | Men without partners will be'I I Bobby Cassube, Ronnie and Jerry cake bearing 80 lighted
If I!denied admission to the dance Peeples, Ronnie Benson and Carl
y ners. According to present plans, Wolfe as were consumed the preceding ; I candles.
\ the orchestra will. play for USO Friday Mn. Wolfe was !which will be held from 10 p. m+I Lorton. Gifts were sent by Mr. After Ice cream and cake had
idancei twice a 'month. assisted In serving the refresh |until S a. m., it has been and Mn. O. N. Cash of Miami, been served, Mr, Baldwin opened
Marian and Margaret Drlggers,
On Sunday afternoon members merits and 'directing the games by led by the president, announe.1 his gifts.
Donna Talbott and Leon Hilliard.
of the First Baptist Church will her husband. Girls are cordially W."" .
1 sponsor their monthly open house Invited to join In the Friday night I Mothers at the part were: Mrs I Mr. and M-D R. Snyder of
from' to 7 o'clock at the VSO,i fun. MRS. DAVIS CONDUCTS H. Dellinger Mn. A. U Lanier Misngt,:ands their eoM. .Bob' and
W. S. C. S. STUDY CLASS 1 ID. Laban Bishop Jf, Mn. Billy. Mrs. Carl Wagner .nd'MI..'
Webb, Mn. Robert Cas- Marilyn Wagner were dinner
NAMES Mrs Sam J. Davis taught "The ,
Presence sube, Mrs. Waudell Peeples, Mn. guests Monday-of Mr. and Mrs.
of Jesus". 'w. S. C. S.
I. I Palmer Peeples, Mrs. Jack Sulll- L. H. Greer.
; COMMITTEES OF LIBERTY REBEKAH LOQGECommittee I r study book to the Joint group of --.-. ...
r A circles at the regular monthly

for the Mn. Cuts[. Joiner, Mrs. Dorothy meeting on Tuesday afternoon In I I '
new year
the First Methodist l Church I Jack
were named by Mrs I. P. Mc. Cummings, Mrs O. C. Itad! rd. Homestead. After the devotional Polk DIXIE DRUG ==
Lean, recently Installed noble A called meeting of the Sew officers .
which was conducted by Mn. H.
grand at the meeting Monday or the purpose1' of baking L. Brown, president and the lesson nesMH M and Sill
night of Liberty Rebekah Lodge, plans for the year was held Thurs. .
by Mrs. Davis, the circles
I Appointed chairmen of the various day evening at the home of Mrs. held
their separate meetings. ,
group are: Mn. E. S. Cap. Chapman In Florida City too. Hi /WimiMfXCUXOCHROMf/
.. Others present were: Mn. A. S. tae. s1g1 _
.linger, entertainment, resolutions ..
Move, Mn. E. S. CapUnger, Mrs.O. AIOMATIC
and Odd Fellows home; Mrs Har. KISS DODSON ENTERTAINS I .
{ L Showalter, Mn. Vlvan
ry M. Oegler, reinstatement; Mrs. I SUNDAY SCHOOL PUPILS Booth, Mn. Mollle Wlngate Mn. WITH AMUCATOI SflKITtfAMMOMIA'
I Cora Corday decorations; and Miss Clarice Dodson Sunday :
O. Sewell Palmer, and Mrs. J. A.j
rah Essential
| Mrs. McLean, publicity school teacher at the Church of Keep sup- to
a The new officers present, be- God, entertained her class witha McNelll. I ply in your medi. treatment of 21C

l 'aide Kirs. McLean included: Mrs. wiener roast Wednesday afternoon t.................................... tint cubinttl genctes19C many omen

Rufus Graham, warden; Mrs. Qor- In the city park. She) was Your Dates 1A MOstkT
t day, conductress; Mrs Ralph I assisted by Mrs. R, E.: Hasting I I
Moon, color bearer; Mn Anna Children present were Laura:i With Uncle Sam

Messerimlthr: chaplain; Mrs. Cap Maxwell Esther and Marie Ku-, ...................,..... ........,... "
Inner musician: Mrs Hugh Beatty, feldt, Rachel Dodson Rosemary i
I right supporter to noble .lJ'Ind; ; Dickinson, Mary Jan Hamker, SUGAR: Stamp 13 good for.five LUNCH ./?
Mrs. Clara Dixon I left supporterto BUI,. Carl and Bob Maxwell. Cal- I pounds through Au;. 19. Nos. 15 t PLAIN ,, : : O'
I and 16 valid five etch :
or pounds .
vin and Benny Kufeldt I
noble grand; Mrs Boyd Coher- Waldrpn 01 MIICUCOCIIOMI .fat .
for canning. Housewives
t nour vice-grand; Mm. D. L. Bow may apply our 0 .
to their local boards for additional 4 OUIKRANDSStenlixed
right \ Ur vice-grand .
en, supporter ; The CalendarJuly I rations if necessary
Mrs Elmer: Sullivan left support reedy.touse .
er to vice-grand; Mrs.. Ed Tlsdale I COFFEE: Stamp 22 good for bandages. SODA .
outside guardian; Mrs Frank Williams 24-Woman's Club -danceIn one pound through Aug. 11. IlandyI us w '._ ,

Inside guardian clubhouse. FUEL OIL; -Period 8 coupons '
flowers were auctioned off to July JS-USO open house sponsored valid through Sept. 80. Period 1 'Ma 9c 23c FOUNTAIN

members of the lodge and the by First Baptist Church \>t coupons In .new fuel oil' rations 1} 2rasg aowo
proceeds $150, were added to the Homestead. good for ten gallons each.

entertainment fund. JulyvJT- USO dance GASOLINE: Aeoupolood

Present besides those mentioned July 31 Public meeting of for three gallons through Sept. 21. IeN
i, were: Mrs. Blanche Chapman, Mrs Princeton elluu,' Station. t SHOES Stamp IB (ta sugar t
Irene Shanklln. Mrs. Earl PaceRl Aug. Luncheon meeting of book valid through Oct. 31. rh '

Legion Auxiliary In Legion Halt I BLUE STAMPS: J* P and Q expire f1we/ VITAMINS ate. tit 1 Ireow

S LEGION AUXILIARY ASKED Aug -Meeting of 'Xedland Aug. .,. A and! Din OIL ZINC STEARATIwe

TO HELP RECRUIT WAVES Neighborhood Club. with Mrs. C. I. RED STAMPS: Good until July ,ilea A-49 C.YCenl .-. ,
unit of the
Th Homestead
W. Chase. $1ar'eP.Q. R. S.

.been American asked teflon to help Auxiliary obtain ,recruits has. i Aug. t-W. M, S. meetings: Clr. I B c Slap CAST111 SOAP
old One witt'Mrs. S. S nubigh
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for the WAVES. toe ravens is g"Note"
Aim moll" ?
Circle Two with Mrs.O. C. Bad.
Mrs.. Wits .J. Geronlmo, presto "
dent, tier,' yeeterdV went on an" Inspection R. Dorsey, Circle Four with Mr*; I
tour of the WAVES ban J. Lee Smith.. COMFORT ass an. jkseg ae.nnf aesae71sa.owtc

tteka la th* Robert Clay Hotel in Aug. T-Mo"* Pitcher' >g day. ........ seas h ltd .. Sk +s / ;

MttkakL Presidents of all the Leg wise la.taJ..- .......
.was swdllaries In the county were Aug. 11-lted and P.: T. A. ex.
kirlled I0' make the Inspection. ecutlve committee meeting with Venetian 7t
.wtilsjh wS followed by a luncheon. volunteer helpers to make curtains > Heec.r: ''ili
for cafeteria. a'rNr, .a. It8AUT!
Rink ;
Skating ,. 0 3kl'
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.EICHENBERGER ;IIn I an aerial flight a* a pilot of t are parents of a son born July 15.

I fa fighter plane during the Solomon Surgical patients are Mrs. Carrie
Islands campaign an Aug Fisher Mrs. Irene Donaldson CLASSIFIED ADS

J (Continued From Page One) the 24, 1942.Japanese During on the the United air attack.by States and Mrs. Adeline Jeffreys all of i I I'OR.RENT
Miami. (
give I sketch of the :young hero naval force he followed the endive 1 RATE: First nwarttosi 104 a line; aubaequeat btaertioMW
with particular reference to the emy bombers down throughthe Medical patient are Leo Ber- a Hue
,,QuallUII discovered in him dur- ant].aircraft Ore from his own necker and Mn. R. R. Carter of

hit two and a half years at that ,ships, and, pressing home his at. I i I Tavernier.Homestead, and Leonard Lowe of .1
Institution. !tack upon dive bomber, PERSONAL
't Flowers from the guard of hone !succeeded alnre shooting I it down Tonsillectomies were performedor u_
".,,, were presented to the sponsor His courage, skill and determination Orlando Wbllam and Paul andKerry I 1,000 ACRES: of good tomato land AVON PRODUCTS
young and attractive and trimly were in keeping with the I.. Oskierko all of Homestead 'On St. Lucia River. Natural if YOU WISH representative to
.3pld in white. She received alto a highest traditions of the naval! Reuben Ounsord of Coral Gables] drainage. Prairie and plneland, call, send card to Mrs- Anna C.
\ gift from the workers who hadbunt service." and Jacqueline Adbert of South virgin land. $S an acre. Ret Meuenmlth, Homestead, Fla..
the *hlp--a large sterling Miami. I Jos. U Hickson X. A. Froacher, (bIG
silver cup on which was en- Ensign Elchenberger died Sept. I'I Mrs. Louise Fleming of Chtcagft! H. A. Cameron, J. R. Hickson.A .
veil: "US3. Elchenberfer. ipon 12 when in I forced landing hit i was discharged from the hospital :: F.' Wesyk. Fort Pierce, Fla. FREE1 If excess aold causes yon
ored by Mrs. Phyllla Parman plant struck a Japanese tractor I' on Sunday, I j713.a4)ROOMS pains of Stomach Ulcers, Indii
Elchenberger. July 22, 1'43" concealed by tall grass, I II gestlon, Heartburn, Belching
After the ceremony member of Born in Karen** Ensign Elch I and apartments. Reason Bloating Nausea, Gas Pains
the Homestead party were taken enberger attended Redland schools able rates hot water and show. get free simple Udga, atBrown's
board to inspect the destroyer and went to Riverside Military I I en. palms Hotel Florid City. Pharmacy. (po2)
/Mcort, which still hat several Academy In Georgia from which SOMETIMESON -
months of work to be done before he was graduated After two yearsat FOR SALE WANTEDWILL
it Is ready for commiulonlng The Citadel In Charleston he SOME CALLS-
", Preceding the christening cere. I enlisted in the U. S. Naval Re; DESIRABLE HOME in Porvenlr. PAY $J to $25 for Junk
*)monies the party had ,lunch at serve air corps. He received his THE LONG DISTANCE former residence of Dr. Wolfe can also farm machinery.
the Officer Club of the navy i training at Penucola and Opa Hollow tile construction, 3 bed.! Wolfe Auto Wrecking, P. a Boa
I \7IIrd. (Lt. (i. g.) Ed Mark was Locks, was given his commissionin OPERATOR Wir, SAY)II rooms, tile bath and 1 city lots ''lD8, Homestead Fla Phone
Assigned ** escort for the party December of 1941, and In Jan. I Cameron, Homestead. (}23-al]) 393-J. Jyie-tf).
Officer comprising the guard I I I'of iuary of 1942 was sent to Norfolk.I '
honor were Lt. Comdr. B. C.I:| On Mar. 25. In Raleigh, N. C. 1937 Chevrolet coupe. Radio, excellent EXPERIENCED waitress to serve
Richardson LT. Comdr. f. C. Kelly I I he married Miss Phyllis Parman tires, good all round dinner hour. Good pay. Ala
U Comdr. R. Gray Lt. S. J.Clones wbo accompanied him when he.. condition, equipped with portable smart colored bus girl Bamboo
.Lt. H. S, Brown, Lt. W. X. 'I was transferred to Oakland, Cat. truck body. See Orvtl Tavern. (myT-tf)
Clark Lt F. O. Green Dt. H. LGrimmel. .I' When he was sent oferseas May I I I Irwin. 408 NE let Aye* Home
[ Ut (J. g.) J. M. WeiB0Iowskl '' 26 of 1942, his bride returned | stead. Phone 35S-W. (p23 FAT hens. J. R. Bevls, near Left
and Lt. (J. g.) B. F. Cur I to the home of her parents at store. (dll\l)
SMALL PIANO. Price $150.00Mn. .
rle. I
Homestead ] W. O. Talbott, Goulds, WIPING RAGS WANTED ..:- Win
.|t Mr*. Ida Zlchenberger of Nar I Before her marriage, Mrs Elch- j I Florida. (p30) exchange subscription or advertising .
nja) mother of the young hem, enberger, a graduate of Home-1 I for clean wiping hIlL
Jwi thereto witness the tribute stead! High School, studied art at RARE TROPICAL TREES, shrubs, Leader-Enterprise, 14 N. W 3rd vat
paid to his memory by the nation. the University of Miami for two' ornamentals, palms. Phone Cal .. Homestead.
( Present also was his father C. yean and at the Art Institute of i I kins S83-W, 2 ml w. of Florida
E. Eichenberger, Homestead business Chicago for one year. I City. (JJStf)
man. The ship launched with the I
1 .
Other in the Homestead group USS. Eichenberger was the VSS.1 LOST I .
;were Mr and Mn. C. J. Parman, Craig, named for Lt Comdr. Jts:
parents* of the sponsor; Mrs. J. R. Edwin Craig of Jacksonville who 'It will be LOST-Gasoline Ration Book EXPERT
,R. Brooks and son, Palmer who was killed In the Japanese air necessaryto Herbert McKay., Homestead, A'I
i 4been visiting in the North: and
attack on Pearl Harbor. It was (
Mn Alva Lee and daughter, Julia christened by his wife, Eleanor limit conversationto BARBERING
Ann. From South Miami came I Arden Craig.JAMES LOST .Gas Ration Book! A. J.

Mn. Herbert Harris and her IOn 5 minutes' Duncan, Box 1043, 0'1 Halrcnt _-______ __ W
tfiA J. B. Sparkman, little nephew of (
Ensign Elchenberger. ARCHER SMITH ) Soar* ._______ M

The Homestead group left MI. HOSPITAL NEWS Shampoo (Plata)_ ____. lei

SJ ami by train Wednesday morning Mrs and Many Long Distance call A Home to rit i i SKtsniMW (Me4leate4)___ IS
"and was expected to return today. Mrs. Harry Beery are Stare L. __ IS*
The Purple Heart, awarded by parents of a son bom July 21 In go through about M fast Your
Fj oPt1RSEPLANNw I facial ______ M*
:the President May 14, reached Ensign James Archer Smith Hospital,
Elcbenberger'i!: widow here -Ira. Betty Is the former Miss u ever. Facial Pack __ __ '75

Saturday. With It wa* this me*' Wlllela Bullard. I But sometime diere'gan CMablattloi Faeltl. _._ IS*
.. Mge Mr. and Mn. Lawrence Williams I teal __, SS
The President of the United of Homestead are the par
] extra-heavy nub on certain I H.taelIt Tots __ lit
State of America hat awardedthe ents of a son, Howard James who I
Purple Heart established by was born July T In James Archer I circuits-especially to
t General George Washington at Smith Hospital Mr*. William I* BUSH'S
Newburgh, New York, August T, the former Miss !ILeola Little.A and from war-buy places.
: 1782.1o.na1l1Charlet I. Eichen- son was bom on July 22 to
berger, Jr. U. S. Naval Reserve, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Glidden Whenever that happens a BarberShop
,4 for military merit and for wound of Goulds. Mn. Glidden Is the TOO I
f received In action resulting in his former Miss Bessie Roberts. the operator will ask; We will help you to find a home: > *. ear son
fii .death September 12, IM1 Sgt and Mr*. Wade dalllh.1 planned to meet your family's 1
,k: TRANK. KNOX ] Homestead are parents of a .1 you to limit your Long Distance needs-in style, size, to 0
; "Secretary.of.the Na,, '." ter born on July 18.i .
) I calls to 5 minutes. room arrangement; and to ,
'.* 'J The Air Medal .wag awarded in A daughter was born on July U purse In price, locauon'l'
-;I':' March, according to the citation, :1 to Mr. and Mn. John Tye of The Idea Is to. give terms. Why not phone \
*!S;.for heroism and extraordinary Camp Redland. now' S. L Kendrick
:,{p.,: achievement while participating 1 I Pvt and Mrs. Julius Vandanl I I everybody a fait share of

il t the.;wires.That gets to be EDI. STRING wants. or THE

!\. : PEACE
*.1 more and more important
( 11.11.1116701111Anse Birth CeruficaU a>< ether eents .

everyday.SoOTHIBQBaiTaEPHOOE.. f., ....... A/Nam., 5ewerse r... .. aduwwtXctel sad wlUaesaet.
t ....... clay rh.... HI-I Mid I

NOTICC or ArrucATiON rose
TAX BKID Odd Fellewt BM|.
rose M. tilts N. VT. 1st St Htmntn. l1a.BOYS .

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oUn .. mknm .f Q" tl Miami Tat
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orrofi.w mr "'rt.,, and kMUl made
Mono OP APPLICATION roa seelsoWe fa *.* t. IM* tkirinftk
Om't .suuadlea yevraelf :*o4Tew .1. TAX Deals .. a.wed.ase ti.. New MHUlMkiMlkfMM
'e M1MWotk -... ....... .......
country witIa...,.Pat. b .. cm Art' W P. A. f . -
.vMe<..Tawre's M ream .e4U* ...-. k..Mn M MtkraM ml T.._ .. ........ t. OM CM r. ......, tr
rf n ow. CMT Tat Certificate ..
.far the saistakea Mill the slew tie. Bawd. tW 14 des *f Junk A, _.;-.
ItH, kM tIM mm ..Mrtlfhr.tee 1b.5 IC4A I. a.'A__ Thew h a seusred.am a.isw a a1..f4)wlei.w.e
prWwalaa tkat wdtk 1 ad ,W made ........... ... a bad .deesi..1 Its ti
eyealghV dead to darpowe With swap "0.Sw; II, Para 4S, In W ,
t .... CIO w CDUo, SUM -malaise hay's ps9esd..,
-ofd -'IIoIo, inane
:, We:fill prescription from 1ssMe dereea"4 .were. ..... is J .f ........ T5uft.." ....llr.rtda ry' tut .-

any,doctor of your own Deft L oaw s .left.,;"r lad Lad ;',... --n..t ., sale ..-- raw Somas 5 .d.f ROTS'Am.ka t.-w pad. ,
c... Dow" of JfW% ebe'a.un..t.. ..... _
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choosing; ... rmri. II SWMK KUMlllk eat,fees ase....,.. ,
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ea 6.4 ee.w/alaa It __ Owe Wsawa val.- mid as45.ai will be g5a ..
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a $ ,I' WEEK .r. balsa."d..ed.. sea-con u.w.. sold te oeeell imw. ws w=deg DMM VMf- seta .r ef ,..,. A. A

will Maw a ,tM. 4.v .t .....

t" BUYS YOUR NEW' GLASSES AT A_,.._.... ale iu day .t Job A. D. A .. J.U TllElUfAlf,
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