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: August 20, 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: VID00608
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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Seek Clear-Cut Program* JUSTICES GO ON SALARY OCT 1;




For Season. Acreage Here RURAL TRASH COLLECTION ISAUTHORIZED.SAYS .


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I'f PETERS
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City Assessments Placed,at $1,257,955 I

,GROUP GOES 1 On Tax Roll for 1943, Council Notified) I -

Soldiers Dedicate Pool Establishment of a mull claimscourt

-. The council rejected a communication By Tossing: in Engineer In Homestead by Oct. 1 ,
Homestead real estate assessments
TO CAPITALTO i Total were estimated at $1257,855.00 ,-! from the War Food I and county collection of garbage:

f on the 1943 tax roll I II I Administration asking the city; to Th recent dedication of the 43 in unincorporated rural communities

W B. Caves, city tax assessor,.bid on the pick-up and disposalof by 105 foot swimming pool built are among results that will
I by 'oouncU on all rubbish, garbarge, grass, by and for enlisted men at Homestead -
Homestead city session of
SEEM !at the shrubbery and trash at the Red- Field cam to a splashiBgclimax Come from the recent
'Monday night.Personal Homestead Rotar- U
was assessedat land Farm Labor Supply Center when the exhuberant soldiers the legislature
property
t land acquired by Building permits were Issued tossed Jack Jackson base lan realised Wednesday when

$163,8501)0 stat at $131,30100 widows' Roy Sincere for $150 t* add a engineer who supervised their Rep C. W. Peters of Miami give
the
Unless the Florida Vegetable at 22t2000 andhemertead'exemptions concrete porch to the residenceat work fully clad'Into the pool. a talk at their noon luncheon In
I *aartions Lot 2. Block T of the Town of CoL wm. U ,,
delegation can wrest at $1 82SOO ,- '
Committee Legion Hall.
and to W. A. Kissam
. Homestead, mending officer e! "
clear-cut farm price program by for $150 repair. to the building a brief address PlUftU"1; 1 The mH\, 'claims court here

. fem War Food Administrator The tax roll wa. accepted OB Lot 0, Block 1 In Boulevard\newest addition .I will "h created wbsn an' act w
councilRecommendation
the
. Marvin Jones when it gee to I outlinedfor Addition. r.cUlu..f the, bad streamlining the Wliet ef DdeCounVusUe
I a* k
.
next Dad ef the peace lows ,
Washington; week. JMJ-4 by Councilmen T.. B.. sit ,I r
' tpewer1 will*.b*:advised,to plant I Kirby, Henry Bsoalttf, Jr" ahdFrank City cotnicil MAJORST late effect Mr Peter* said. Taken r
Board
,r' nly' suchvicre j* as they c'lIl B. Hue of the budget committee --' Ai Equalization ; oft a fee bail and put *n a It

cultivate... themselves and can at-, were accepted by the council. ot the
salary, the Justice
valuations
on tax flat
'
finance
CoundbnM Klrby Te beat complaints CAt RtSIDENT.
'Ii lard: to lose, Luther .L. Chandler, committeeman. was authorized to for 143. .the Homesteadcity L peace will ke empowered ta try I

delegation member, said yester. puickase |10, 09 worth 0' government council will sit a* a boardof suits for claim and damage involving -
day.'It bond with money from equalization from I to 10 p. m. KILLED IN CHINA amwuit up to 1,100,

would be unpatriotic and\the Interest and linking fund. each Monday '1'01IAua.. S3' thus eliminating a greet deal of

even criminal to watt seed, fertlllxer > through Sept 13 Itwas: announced expense loss of time and wasteof
and manpower in growingcrops \ yesterday; by City ClerkR. r MaJ. Edward Schultz, Redland gasoline and tires"jr local resident -

that we have no assurance WORK CONTRACTFOR E. Edwards I District grove owner who formerly who now have to go to the

ef being able to harvest" Mr. During this time property owners made his horn on Silver Palm ,county court house to Institute or
who feel that their assess dr., ha been reported killed Inaction .
Chandler said. "Government proVisions FARMS I answer to petty suit*
DADE out of line, may present while serving asa i'
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tor agriculture have been ments are on July I Collection of garbage and trash
consistently Moo little and too the matter tar considerationof bomber pilot with Gen. Chen- In rural settlement U mad possible -

late,* and Wore investing nevOythis NOW AVAILABLEFarm the board.COUNCIL. nault' Tenth Air Force In China by a local law which author-
must Shultz pioneer Pan American commlislon
Md..UOft. growers Ices the Dad County
be assured of a fighting chance to VOTESLIGHTS pilot and veteran RAT fighter to levy up to half a mill to pro-
In the First World War, wa for the
make a fair profit labor contract are now pilot vide facilities and labor
--ni Florida Vegetable Committee of W. R. a member of the John G. Salley '
at the office purpose. .
has been told that price on hand county agricultural labor\ WATER Post of lilt American Legion.While Rep. Peter revealed that the
Bird lit EDl.ndI.urtnl
perishable vegetables I a student tax, enacted by the
ceilings on and County Agent. state clgaret
supervisor Schultz enlisted
will be imposed arbitrarily and Bird reported the last war, 1143 legislature, yielded more
H. Steltanl, Mr. I hall
to the effect they Chss. FREE TO CLINICLights and served four a tint month It
with no regard yesterday.In than 1700,000*
flying
will have OB crop production. yean with the British In effect (July Instead of
building up a fur.\\ wa
order to begin Later he became a "barn-
has been Instructed forces. month anticipated.
"The delegation the $300.000 a
labor for this area and waters will be Pan American -
farm
of and Joined
by the committee, which pool .tormer" Gov. Holland vetoed thelegislature's
represent 200,000 acre of producing powers arc urged to com In Immediately nlshed tree of charge by the city Jan. 4, 182', when he cam to "And act Increasing the
and sign the government to the modern'ganeral clinic to be He trail-
second pilot.
decisive Miami as .
land, to seek a teacher unit appropriationfrom
contracts, he said. To make ,housed In the old Enterprise I Pan American' pioneer stat
Mr. Jones on blazed the groundthat
showdown .with to MM on .
valid, those grow W. Uowry st. It was and MM .
their request building on Cristobal Panama
inWashington to
and0 stay flight a
ceilings i failed to provide
price had
for labor before night by the Sat- w
who applied decided Monday In the current +
until we get it" ere must was pictured of revenue for rt, commented -
the forms were available 1 Homestead city; council Evening Post series on thehistory source
Othets of the delegation are 'urday .
Must the speaker."I
contract pow a* for obtaining the necessary Airways
A permit
L. alga the of Pan American
Glenn Grime of palmetto,Wm. will requirefield : deplore this failure to provide -
who material was
other farmers building at Homestead
arid LorlngJUoul all While living teach-
Jacksonville for
of aid
Wilson I II state
hand this coming season. granted the county commission by Schultz Instructed pupil In flying greater d
of Saratot salaries, became with rising J
lateIn ers'
Board
the War Production at clvlllsn air field at Prince-:
of
remodelingof : cost of living and the lure
extensive
May; and
'FHA Dwellings Ready for Occupancy I the structure into a modern I ton.After leaving her, Schultz: wa, higher paying positions unfair teat our
medical unit I under way Mo.' teacher are put to an
I instructor at Maryvllle:
Upon Completion of Sewer Extension), The clinic will be directed by until flight commissioned a major with of devotion to career at and the lde.1I1d' earn
at their Jobs
Dr. J. I. Smith of Homestead, the army air force about 18 "
-- I under the su level of psy.
county physician month ago. He had previously;
The "IS modern FHA dwellings' heating facilities, are finished In pervision of the county health served as captain in the U. S Rep. Peters was Introduced by
siding Pose Four)
white asbestos with the (Continued on
which have been erected her by gleaming I unit and In cooperation Marine
trimmed In a variety of. Service Although I
the Taylor Construction Co.of MIami and are ,U. S. Public Health ;

will; be ready; for occupancy colors located Twenty hi Granada of the dwellings Heights,I special weekly venereal clinic diseases for Not Get Child Care Centers
completion of a sewer line fan I the treatment Area May \ II
upon and
extension which the municipal just west of the high school I will be held in the building by Mothers Warned
light and water department Isconstructing five on N. W. 6th at., near Krome 111. S. Public Health Service phy If Registrations Lag,

to the property, av*. IlIci.n., the clinic will be a mod --

spokesman; for the company ..Id unit devoted to thediagnosis tentatively earmarked Today and tomorrow: will mark
Federal funds
yesterday.Landscaping. I I THE WEATHER i add treatment of altypes the close of formal registration
ol
of ailment. for the establishment Homestead city hall and the
belnj at the
.
of the lots Is 0'/101.1 t"ab .pawl et u. a.bt.pktrspnrl. I
done by Mrs. O. W. Calkin and'' .tatl_ s..se..a, F/0rid80 I The property which has a 74- child care center at Home.teadPrlnc Red Cross sewing room on S.
foot frontage on w..I0Wf7'.t.,I diverted U In Homestead and *t
wilt be aye.
Mr. Herman Heinlein both of: Pate MaiAMto. D.,. Hilt I II I from and OI\ Flatler
In
last
spring Station
purchased Casualty
I I WM the Princeton
supervising mothers rex
who are tales
Homestead other area
the planting of St. Augustliu Aug. I Ill\ 89 '30.OS 1] OOJ !!Mr and Mrs. Edward Stillng of Istef at one In _detent number the Chamber's Apartment building tits

grass and setting out erotons' hi- Au,. I81|112"0 130.011 0.01 Florida City. Plans for remod.1-1 II io warrant the mtink. up of sued at Princeton. ;A
blscui and other tropical shrub'berg Aug 14 ._ .1| 94 I 88'129.1191| OOJ ing the .3 by 39 foot til* CJ ,local center Ktothen who art Registration hour Kill be from

Aug. U I II '1 (T +38,171 001 m building were drawn by call .working, or who"Hill work during ,1-30 to S p m And also trelnj T
I 29.1181| 0.40 Ptrman. local architect, and clock on the closing Saturdiy -
l\\ Aug II t 62 59 enrol theiri"tdren \ito t
housesequipped the season may;
!
The -- of between a
I ,' the expenditure
71 9891Aut .r night
93
with electric refritera- Au, 17 flvthousand dollars. for caag.
94 70 2&115 our and
ion, kerosene range ana waterRON"

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War Prisoner in Tokio'1 I Allen, Jr.. a six-pound son. was

To Get Gifts From Home I born Aug. U to Mr. and Mrs. Allen -
Neal at James Archer Smith J
i !Hospital. Mrs. N-.alll the former
Pfc Louis Blondo, who it In
a Miss Vera Delk, and Mr. Neal if ,.
Jap prisons In Tokio, event.
camp
serving with the Seabcel, ,
ually will be receiving packages e .
from the folks at home. On Monday c
Mr. and Mrs Edsel fclnlein
his parents Mr. and MM. I
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:are the parents af. six-pound
I Philip Blondo received from the ell
daughter born Aug 13 at James
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provost manhal in Washington ,
Archer Smith Hospital Mrs
i \ the official package labels wh'ch'
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Helhlefn was Miss Clara Sayera
mUtt mark bundle for
every a
and Mr. Helnleln Art controlman
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prisoner of war. On the Itemized
i second class, with the U S. Navy r >
lilt of articles permitted to be
.
recently participated In the Sicilian
cent wire: razors razor blades I
Invasion.
handkerchiefs, lOCh, towels, * '

washcloths, underwear shirts, Jai I. Coker haa .enlisted ant! 10
medicated hard candy, II
= soap
,
the navy for service with the i
j chewing gum, etc. coast patrol. He has been givea: .
Pfc. Biondo, who attended
the rating of petty,officer aecond I
Homestead schools and was employed '
',class, and Is stationed, a naval \
; at the F. E.! C. depot before -
base In Maine. Mr. Coker was
enlisting in the l I
army was i at one time on the Homestead I ,
{ taken prlaoner at the fall of Cor- '
police force. < (
Vegldor.&mith. . -
r .John 'B. Graham: petty officer i MOST ov.ml&bt the familiar e
I
f
Completes Course third class with the Seabees ,nisi tank-truck became a vital part of the nation's war machine- :
In War Depot Operation : stationed near Alaska. The .s)>ni I
,\ ____ I of Mra. G. W Moody of Naranja; essential to the very life of the nation,

: Columbus. Ohio, August 19.- he la a graduate of Redland High Every railroad tank-car U needed to haul petroleum prod-
Second Lt. Letter B. Smith of School and attended Clemson
I Homestead Fla., ha completed I College and the University of Ok. ucts to the eastern seaboard. Therefore, the oil Industry's i

a course In depot operation and lahoma. He and his wife have a own transportation .i.urn-th. tank-truck-hat taken over
i daughter, Dona Jean, who was
supply at the Army Service born' June' 1. the short trips which were formerly. made by many railroad e
\ Forces depot her, and has returned . I t.
tank-cars.
to the Charlotte Quartermaster
Henry Peters, 'Jr.,, seaman' tec- !:
Depot, Charlotte, N. C,
When you see the Standard Oil Company, tank-truck on
I where he la assistant officer In ond class, stationed with the coastguard
i( charge of the warehousing branch, at Boca Chica spent the' the road today, you will know that it is running against time "

He was graduated from the University week-end with. his. .family here 'i I to get needed stocks of petroleum products to military camps
of Kentucky with the de-
I: gree of B. S. In business administration PvL Chas. V. Biondo, eldest I and fields, to_war industries, to other trucks .engaged in the

and was a farmer in civil- son of Mr and Mra Philip Blon.", transportation of a thousand war necessities to farmers. for j
stationed with the artillery -
do It army
Ian life. He la the of Mr.
aon at a desert training center r rat their tractors used in food production and to countless other
and Mrs. George W. Smith of
Homestead. Yuma Aria. Pvt Biondo) places where petroleum is indispensable.'Round .
. writes thai..he was discharged,
recently fstam the hospital after the clock faithful ,drivers operate these hard-

Homestead Boy I VeteranOf a brief \Illness. pressed tank-trucks.Without the tank-truck war effort would ,
New Guinea CampaignAfter . :
Theodore Kendrick, a IOn .of i; lag-or atopt Every mission Is urgent--many are vital.

f seven months of fightingIn Peace Justice and Mrs.. S, U Ken- : .

: New Guinea which resulted In drick, la (,Uoned now (t.n. Bainbridge 1

hospitalization In Australia and ,,Mdtor; radio. training In' STANDARD OIL COMPANY.

I the United States, Cpl. Rudolph the navy :technical aichoot. INC.mr.BATB. IN KENTUCKY
I Bray, formerly of Homestead,
Barney Godwin,. signalman j I
plans to return here In September
,j to visit his parents Mr. and Mrs. third class In ,the U. S. Cosslj I .
\ Guard la now at sea, ht revealedIn i
James L, Bray. Cpl. Bray, who ,
haa been discharged from the I I a recent letter to hit parents' .
Mr. and Mra. R. L. Godwin. w I
: Borden General Hospital In I :
: Chlckasha Okla, la now
Clinton Bishop, who la ata-> T
relatives\ In Montgomery, - BUY MOM WAft ON0I
vlalun'l I Uoned at Tltuaville with the U. ,
: Cpl. Bray went into S. Coaat Guard apent several
!II
\ November, 1941, with i-
days last week with hit parents,
: bama national guard of which he I III. ."
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,1 I Mr. and Mra. Laban Bishop. - -
and received Ma .
waa a member
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initial training as an antiaircraftgunner I) "
at Camp' Stewart Ca. Heaailed '
from San Francisco' ; on I I 11-

Feb. 22, 1842, and after seven

l months'invalided action to an in Australian New Guinea hospital was- FERTILIZERS.
LAND
RED BRAND
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May from 1. 1M3 which'to he San was Francisco.transferred I i

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Neither Ethel Bailey nor hn 1

brother, Virgil, can "pull rank"on i II
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the other aa they are both

lieutenants In the army. By coincidence -I .

: both received furloughsat

parent the-,same Mr. and time Mrs.to K.visit E. their Bailey ; -- Consult us about your fertilizer requirements - i

of Avocado dr. who held a .
family reunion on Thursday of for the coming .I ....

last week when they were Joinedby I year. T !!
another daughter Mrs. John f

Stevens of South Miami and her Due to and shortages II 1I \
regulation
three children, Johnnie Roger I government '. -*> : I II

and David. 0

U. Virgil Bailey returned Aug. of 'several materials we will not be able to \.

12 to his station at WHIston, 71'..I ; . ;
and Lt Ethel Balllty left Sunday .

for Dea Moines.. Ia.e make ALL.of our regular mixtures. But we will .. -
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I feat. '

Robert Murrah, motor machine do best to supply near possible what
Ist'a mat second data, with the our as as ,
.
U. S. Navy, flew hire Saturday :. .. ':
from the South Atlantic where he t
I you-will ,
had been on duty for the vast d.'I.: : > :-
spend; furlough -.1.. -
eight month to a .. ._ 1! .
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with his wife. the former : '. r .
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Miss Helen West. Mr. Murrah. II J 1 .r. \00 A -


month Norfolk who haa for will ben reclaaUAcation resort in service Sent. for 19 Mr.17 to I Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co: I-


and Mrs Murrah were dinner
evening of Mr.
guests and Mr Tuesday GIft. M. Frick a han: Telephone. 1& PRANK H. RUE Manager. : )lIoTtestea'd), Fla

covert 11m tell .1*> ,r WarranOfficer i

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1Kt 20, 1943 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Paw Three

I Joy Peters, left yesterday to visit ,Peggy Eider: AS mf" l.. a guest Qad''ay' are on ft brief vacationIn j
relatives in Carrollton, Ca.; Mr.. at the home of flij Rev, end Mrs other parts ot the state. ,
J I Boatright. who has been employed R. E. Hasting Lt and Mrs Lewis Grinthal of
and JlroundHomestead I for the post six months In construction Miss Hilda Dodson and HarveyDntson Naranja rd. have returned from a
;n : work in Trinidad, expects . spent th9jsewk-end a. visit to relatives In New York, i
i to Join them there I ilk Worth with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs, J. Lawrence Scott of Mi.
I The Rev M. E. Myer has re. Robert Russell. :ami" spent last Friday night at the t
t I turned from a brief business trip. Mn R. M. Terry and Mrs horn of Mr. and Mrs Frank N.
,: ; to Okeechobee City. Robert J. Sayen of Miami Irwin.
I Miss Catharine Shackleford Is mother and slater ot Mn. John H. Mrs Oliver Cash ot Miami visited
:t ---- visiting friends In Key West this Gadway, are staying at the Cad- Monday at the home of Mr.
,, Ruth Murray, daughter ol Mrs. Jas. M. Canon of Kenana. I week. way home while Mr. and Mrs. and Mn Ormond Cash.

x Mrjand Mn. J. L. Murray olfri&eton vllle and Miami and her children Wm. C. Ewing spent last weekend .......
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returned yesterday I Carol andJack., are visiting Mr In Key. West with Chas.Becker. ''''''''''''' '" '1TTiW''H'1''r''''''''''' '' ''' ''
*M a master's degree In cur J. Milton )Leach, mother of Mrs. Wm. I".. .Neeley left last Fridayon d
Htm and elementary teaching I Carson am( Mrs. Archer. a business trip to ZcUwood,

Columbia University* Miss Clittie Blair has returned Fla. '
J Bertha Nut Hausman has to her home Id CaJers, Ala. 'on I for C employment Jr. Waldron with,will the leave Warner.Robbins today : Temporary Buildiags' :
Porvenir home to Mr. account of tv illness of her mbthi .
i1ra. i Co. near Macon, .Ga.
*< Walter Weiss who ,will .r. I
Recent Miami guests ,at thehome
there within the next few Mr, and Mik L.:D. Wyman. who, '
o>(; Mn, Anns! Backer |In For Sale ;
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are visiting !relative In Medina, , Modello were her granddaughter, : :
.,Nt: and Mrs. Sid Thomas of 0.. write Chat Mr. Wyman's- ,Sallie Peters, Reid Suzanne and .
hall Point have purchased the health Is much'improved Shirley Hoppers who spent last
Ot k'W. Fourth st. and First ave..I Ca, are visiting' Mourer who-spent the week-end . . ;
IF* they are now making their their father S. O. Smith. Mn. Alfred Diehl left Monday '
h().... Their IOn and daughter- Mrs. C. M. Harper mother'ot night to Join Sgt Diehl whoIs Suitable for Grove or- .t1
1I.r.,,,,, Mr. and Mn. Edmund Mrs Marvin T. Murphy, returned stationed at Hamilton Field
"Chinas, arrived Monday for a Friday to 'Chattanooga after a neat San Francisco Mrs. Diehl .
fS.'.sVafo visit at the Murphy home. the' former Miss Helen Bradley, Farm Laborers' Houses
; and Mrs. Milton French of Mr. and Mrs. Charles. Murphyand had been visiting here with her i
frftceton/ are parents Of a son Mr. and Mn. Raymond Murphy mother, Mrs. A. R. Livingston
1.0. is Monday Aug. 16 In' James and children of Ocala visited Mn Wilmer Watts who has
Arf'er Smith Hospital relatives here on Sunday. I been a guest of Mrs. John Which-
Mia. Clayton Sedgewlck Cooper Frederick M. Black had as his ard, returned on Thursday ot last Apply N. W. 4TH AVE& 7TII ST. .
\lid Miss Anne Ryan, have re- guests for several days this week'i week to her home In Luverne
&IIPp.d from spending a cool vaca-I his mother, Mn. F. M. 'l Ala She was accompanied by I-
tJ Stowing Rock, N. C Ocala. Sylvia, who will visit wi h I
3ft. Mrs L. D Jones of Jackson-I Mrs. Pat Boatwrlght and her Capt. Martin's parents there and , ,
tae i and Mn. J. M. Root of Ba- 'children. Pat, Jr., Dixie Lee and with relatives In Langdale Ala. m "m ,, , '

Itoa Rouge end her daughter,
I Satan Lou are guests at the home
[ofilr. and Mn. W. R. Bird. Mn
Jones and Mrs. Root are sisters INDISPENSABLE
(* Art. Bird.
ITC: M. Allen returned 'Tuesdaytbm ,.
i a six-week visit Hd, Lennox. Ca. and White .
|Springs, Fla. '
Bobby, nine-month-old of ]; 7 ad 70ffl 1tM< .t
[rand Mn. Henry (Bud) Har- : ,

"'1', was returned Sunday from i ,. ;!; ..,, ,. "
Memorial Hospital where 1
i bon had been 111 of typhoid fe\er.'I! .. .,.. ",tt.,. 'j" ...:'''' I"V.. .

f Mrs. Bessie Kemp and her tarn. .;' ....".,' : I. la years gone by the Florida East Coast Railway

Sly are moving today Into theLamer .4... ,j+: t--. ... pioneered, founding'riew cities and opening a vast
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Augustus Wynn residence A ...
,pew terrItory. It helped the Cost Coast ol Florida grow
.TK. W, First at which Mrs. I.
temp purchased after the sold . I , from a sparsely inhabited frontier into prosperous,

[her home on X. Campbell. rd. to \ product region.

}Frank 1W. D.Bernecker.Home returned last week Today, with the notion at war an d other forms of

[ from Hendersonvllle transportation curtailed, this railroad is performing a
Miss Marilyn Could will leave particularly vital role. Day and night its trains are

I Wednesday for her home' In Blr-' spading the men, materials and supplies essential to,
Irolngham, Mich. after spending Victory. Dally they are) delivering food and other necessities
\ the summer here with her father,
Jlaj. C. B. Gould. Min Gould ; ) to your community. Florida products, too, ate
I win enter Stephens College .on 0' being moved to markets in greater volume than every

Sept.. 14. 1 1au. a before in the history of the East Coast.
in :. and Mn. H. H. Graham
f have returned from Baltimore, 'I Thank to its double track capacity, this Florida

J where they visited their song 1:' railroad has been able to meet the greatly increased e

v PurUm Graham transportation requirements with very little difficulty,'
'Mn. Paul Loaner and sons Bily -. eaf
| and Mickey, have returned,, Such adequate'railroad facilities are obviouslyan
I, from a tour.week'Isit with Mrs asset today. They will also be essential to your
Mr. and Mrs ,
to.ner' parents
community In the post-war world of tomorrow when
S. Feldman, In Ashevllle and S
three.week stay with her uncle the progress, in which this railway pioneered, can be
and aunt Mr. and Mrs. W. Gld.bforll i resumed on an even greater scale.
In Atlanta. I
Mr and Mr. Will Garry of Oak ,;
Fla.. visited Sunday at the homes
of Mr !and Mrs. B. C. Murphy FLORIDA EAST COAST
, : and Mr. end Mrs J. M. Scarborough .,

. Mn IL. A. Amon of Naranjo RAILWAYCKSONVIl1F I
Is visiting relatives In Valdosta,
Ga, and Lament Fla.
Mn. Florence Pacettl will leave!
Aug. 25 for a six-week visit in I,
; Sturgis, S. Dak.
Mrs. Myron E. Gordon returned| 1r. s.nnn
Friday from a visit of several 3 0 ".... stare
months with her parents In Los! bovim soe
Angeles, Cal. Her husband. Lt ""lanenos,,,,,.
Gordon Is stationed at Homestead I| '" Kdautlltr'
Field. I so .too III.IIOOC little

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HOMESTEAD LEADER! Presbyterian Ingenuity Improvises s Jan Satitfr Orchestra j NN.Nn.NN.d.N..M..M.a".N Your Dates r

To Play Sunday at Base
With Uncle Sam

AND ENTERPRISE Sunday School Addition From GarageThe and his ...................................
Jan Savitt
rowuM lit Hit top-notch SUGAR: Stamp 14 good for IIv "F

(juarttrs ot the beginner ten are: Joe Hlckson superintendent dance orchestra will present I pound through October. 1 N* t' "
new 1
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.ubl k.t r'.n at 11.6.otndL n.. three-quarters of an hour ol music >
be Ito h' vA" D.... ...bll.hl.. Co.tpay.RRN primary and nursery departments : Chaa L Ooley teacher at the Second OTO and at theIr 15 and 18 valid ",irough Oct. u \:

of the Homestead Pre by'=; ot the Paragon Clan; Jerome base on Sunday afternoon. It(I for five pound each for canning
Hickson class Walter Housewrve may apply to that l
AllrllltR terlan Church will be ready for president: announced this week. ,
....1....' ..4 EdI1MMAnJIRtE occupancy: on Sunday. morning. Eaton: vl .presld""l; Albert I was ;local boards for additional rttoni _

: LEACH AlC'JtIc. the Rev Marvin T. Murphy. aald I Darling: Pfc. Marriott Harley !let", r,. .
: ....... F41tar yeiterday I and Pvt. Nicolas Picdano. I MRS EWING OH: BOARD I II lit FUEL OIL: Period 8 coupow

NARY FLRREr.L DICICINION By the addition of a concrete I I ,Mr*. H. H. Ewing was reappointed :;valid through Sept. 30 Period t,

Now. and swirls, floor and coiling\ and several coats BEGINS SERMON SERIES to the board of directors I coupon In new; fuel oil ration

- 'M ii'iPTi.r till -- of paint the manse garage has The Rev Mirvln t Murphy of the Lily. Lawrence $ow Library'good' for ten lallon* 'each, i

!>." Cow.**I I ma. to.I 4 an.- 'II: been, convened by church work- pastor of Homestead Presbyterian Monday night at the meeting of I GASOLINE Aoypon t gMx'
t rr. II.goOutM I the Homestead city council
of Diub Cwiityl WMM, ItjMf era into a bright airy Sunday Church, on Sunday morning willbe..n (for three gallon through Sept. 21
IM...||.Hi I rr- ISM school room, he laid The neceiary a series of sermon on "The 1 Other member of the board :: SHOES: Stamp IS (In surf
are: Mr*. A. R. Livingston, Mri
tablet and !
.... ,small chain Ten Commandment," :took) valid through Oct 31 i iI
Eet.i.d N .eons :.au lit ; Virginia Walton, Ceo. M Trick ; "
been installed I
have -
Mw<* II. I at the N.t.tne. ..tNn..t94& otherequipment I BLUE STAMPS: R. S and T
ykwl$ &P f1.r ad dN..ha. and women of the church I and Wm Muaielwhite ,
1079. Price Panel Offers Aid remain valid through Sept. 3D t
met there yesterday afternoon to -I II
RED STAMPS: Volta until Augli .
--. In Merchant ProblemsLocal
, paint the furniture and to make JAMES ARCHER SMITH
The1 public I* reminded that window curtalna One baby bed I HOSPITAL hEWS.F..a..r0r 1 are T, U, V and W '
invited to
merchants are "
I Governor Holland has delimited hag been let up, Mr. Murphy said twwrrw.w.aas.w .
the, week of Aug 18-23 M a period but another one and a play. pen submit their price ceiling problems Mr .
Mr. and Julian Angeltnl COMXTTONEO
I for the return of nil implytxjttlo needed, Mr*. AlbertDarling to the price panel of the War Am
are badly I '
+I Mix S. are tbe parent '
Board
I'lorldl.n..re urged togo will be In charge ot the Chandler Rationing, panel ,chairman Roy, laid,I son born Aug. 12 oViaeeyenpound. HOLLER' $KATE'IN
,through the'cellar, the attic during church aervlcei ' I Ii "
nursery 1 1 I yeiterday The panel meets at {Smith Hospital. COMFORT
he pantry and In March remodel the ; '
{ garage Those who helped
i Medical patient rf Mr. ,Carl
J p. m. ..tb'M.ond y !Ip.the of floe i
pt empty milk beverage, carbonated garage Into Sunday School quar- of the board. ,Anderson, Mn Chat;: _O :Turner I $ MI.e; rite I* |l iN P. fit."Milan. .

) water or any other kind In an announcement directed: to 1 and M.... Mary Anne Emericjc, .all' .,"....,,.,. 118, Oft ban
f of battle ,they can flifd ,which TO PREACH '
FORMER PASTOR merchant, Mr.. Chandler said: lof Homestead :
: should be returned to dealer or for the next two months, the "Your local, price 'panel I* organized I Toniillectomle were performed,, Venetian

I turned over to local salvageagenpy Rev Everett L. Peirce, retired to aaalst. you In straightening . this week 'for Joyce ,and, Bruce l
I The bottle shortage la
Miami minister will be In chargeof out problems which arise In Snrils, Willie Joe Campbell. Skating Rink
I lAid be acute I i 'W"j
Jo services at the First Methodist regard to ceiling prices netta Smith and Herschel .
I - Church of Homestead, 1 Your Intereit.and. cooperation 1 Mr*. Mary Jenkins of Princeton, flee a, W. ITM Al,'MUnI '

\ SMALL CLAIMS COURT nounced this week by /t O'IWn !I urged and"WllLbe Appreciated we* .discharged .Tuesday ,

I I'of the board of stewards. --

I (Continued from Page Ont) I Mr. Feirce a former pastor of r

I Ben Archer program Chairmanof I the church will substitute for the ,

I the Rotary Club as having the Rev O. Sewell Palmer, who la 111NOTM .1.I 1. ,
distinction of being at present the "

i only member of the houie,of representatives "* or TAX APPLICATION ORKII roa r

from Dade County, rib No. 1(7 II
since gubernatorial appointment Notioo 10 ......., _I... that t K. Kmif I
1.44.r an ..IanN CM.. of Hlwnl Tax
made H. Earnest Overstreet kar. (:.rtwb.l* .__rod IIM dated Uw
bormaster of Miami and Marshall day .f JUK*. A. D. 1MI. .... l ti
_"'... I. soy 811119. 604 h.. .
Wlscheart circuit judge and Bun .,.IIooU.* fat ui ... lo h.w> tM,1..1 I I'' I tr \
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Oautler went Into the service. _.. bn memarimmmt.n the llmrlnl wick .. .d..erl64 SAM . f pdP

11'. .I lbMl4 !. Dade County. tlorid too
LEGAL NOTICES
walLet t. shah t. *>vMiitk A....
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NOTICE or APPLICATION rot Mf of Miami. tawny of Dwb. aut
TAX .VkKOrhuytor of I'llarma.Th. .
I KIT -AoM of INS mmfumtm* ft mid argent. 5544.
A Mil UM MMiriwU l*.uM VM In IK.. a.m"
NOTICE: I* HER ;UY GIVEN tintJ oft U.k_*. Ub*. MM _II..... kill
.*. T ono _!. E. aurllcn >M.- k* nmm>mt MnmllM .. .... tax *.twill
of IRa. mt Costly u C rtHlniM lIe kn, Ihmufi M the Mlk day 01AQ +, v
."P II II. k.,u.. the. Ilk day of July A. UIM A. a ml.
ki.. lard HIM hi mi rnM >*4 thln taut *.. III 1.1 lr. iI4I 11.
....* mm.f* application fur a Ln 4v..l I*
b. |MW< tkvrwn. pet Orttflriw tm. > K: 'B. Ir.ATHIRMAK t
brown tho '.1_ 4.w_ pr..n, Cloth *f Irawll l urt.D .
Isk.. county ot iNKb. BUI. oftk rams, .4. County. r........ t

v...MlIps a .... .t. IIlk. I. ".Its>" R.. I p'"M court, :'1.C ....ltRllltn. a. C
sub? P" It.h o. p_ I!'. lit the <( p..II' of Pltdo. Watt d FLrWR.TM .
b.t..s 01 Road Prop" ......I "
> MM .emlflnil was III tlw ...* nfl
nkiu.wi' .. Beauty a6.keverence, ...
VnlM MM .*nm..to kill W rnWnI
, Rewording to Uw WM knMrwrrlknl .
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lawman will k> wU; la th. h)(. ,
kMMrr at law. wart ha.door Ml 1M
J that M"luter III Ik* _.... gf ..*...|..*. woo'I .
I ISO. which W Ik. Math day ml t..-i .
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MEETS FIRST AND' TRIEDTHURSDAYS. A fLAW.
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I r H A characteristic of'our service

j Legion' Hall. L cI -.. tlasa.a>iial to that we never overlook a detail >

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the occasion Nor jo we forget Alit* family ft* Florida Motor
S. L KendrickJUSTICE how Important thl question

t of costs can be at such a trying Unei has many |lobs to do . al /
or rtti time. Or neglect any opportunitytp

i PEACE limit coat* helpfully Important to the whole. The ear of es
: : Birth Certificates and ether 'oe.t .

t j i I wnent acknowledged and wit. TurnerFuneral the cleanliness sanitation of our stations-the comfort and assistance
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f : Odd Fellow Bldt Home 41 of our patrons falls to our Melds_ our Porters, and our Redcaps -

i .j N. W. lit St. lIom"I.... 111.. t4-hr. Ambulance Service I
it f rhee SM Homestead I Smiling Industrious-you've seen them often enough to know


how really Important they are to Florida Motor Lines aid. how usefulto

F.H.A. LOANS
REPAIR THE EAST WAY our passengers. They hare shown courtesy and diligence In the


arranged for Homa Let ui tell you how to flwiling face of a job that seems never finished. Florida Motor Lines appreciates

improvement on
nature your
-r--: :: the ABC Monthly pnymentPlan. I I and thanks them . commends their efforts TO the"vast bus


.1 .,''; -. I traveling public whom trjey serve In many ways-and weD.Itwme4ea4 _
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i Stop home depreciation now '

t Q while quality Bu-ldlng' Mate- I
Bm Station
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,, f' ((Po day, John}Jones Is".*just'an''! "I've got a little money coming I ;"regu ioow''th: every single: !paydsyy we.have .{,
lit.average American; wrestling with" larly. Not much-but enough.__ (Utell ,more money put aside 1 If John, if we out
". ,when to bed nightwith' this saving, think what it can
1 all the doubts'"'' tid''worrl <'. you you can go every only keep up
{ : and. nothing on your mind except the fun mean!. Maybe someday you wont have to!
I- problems that beset every one of u'. .you're going to have tomorrow-that's as work. Maybe we can own a home. And oh)>

4" right now. But let's'skip ahead 10 "_ near Heaven as a man gets on this earth I how good it would feel to know that we need
"It wasn't always so. never worry about money when we're old!*
years. Let's look at John Jonesthenand 4
"Back in '43-that was our second year "Well, even after she got better, I stayed
listen to him . )
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i, : of Will, when we were really getting into away from the weekly poker game-quit
it-I needed cash. Taxes were tough, and dropping a little cash at the hot spots now
that Ellen got sick. Like most everybodyelse and then gave up some of the things a
" OM maES.t: fret 1 110 good its-; almost I was buying War Bonds through the man feels he has a right to. We made
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t' O scares me. Payroll Plan-and I figured on cashing some clothes do-cut out fancy foods. We didn't
"This houser-1 wotldn't swap a shingle off of them in. But sick as she was, it was have as much fun for awhile but we paid
its,roof for any other house on earth. :This Ellen who talked me out of it. our taxes and the doctor and-we didn't I
little valley, with th pond down in the '"Don't do it. John! she said. 'Please touch the War Bonds.
hollow at the bade. U the spot 1 like best in don't I For the first time in our lives we're "W didn't touch the War Bonds then,
all the world 'really: saving money. It's wonderful topuT or any other time. And I know this: The

''And they're' mine. I own'em.' .. Nobody world wouldn't be such a swell-place. today
c!'n tat' 'em away'from me. Fob If we !.dt'


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\ GEO. FLETCHER WEDS LORRAINE COLSONIN 'SGT. AND MBS. DUBOSE I CPL. WILKS CURTIS MORTON MARRIES
I !I GIVEN PARTY IN: PARK f 'j
CEREMONY AT HOME OF BRIDE IN MIAMI Sgt. and Mrs. Douglas Duboee 1 MISS DALY IN ST. PETERSBURG CHURCH

-- who were married recently at the -- .

Ceo. W. Fletcher, formerly of French. organdy with yellow roses. home of the bride in Austin. TexH Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thomas Daly A native, of Nashville, Tenn
Redland. united In marriage i After a reception, the young were honor guests at a Baptist of St. Petersburg Ire'.nnounlna Cpl. Morton was graduated front ,
a with i.WIII Lorraine Colson Of couple left for a short trip Training Union party Thursday the marriage of their daughter,I Robert E. Lee High School in !
Miami and Valdosta C*.. at ft throughout the state. Upon their evening Aug. 12, la the municipal Nor Daline, to CpU Wllks Curtis Jacksonville, and specialized id I
o'clock Sunday afternoon In the return they wilt be at home sit park. Misses Myra and Marie Morton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Will- music at Stetson University where
horn at the bride at .26 8.f IW N. t 2tth at. Bell were hostesses. lam Clarence JUorton of Homestead he was a member of the Sigma Nu
Ninth st. in Miami ''1'. B. Butler, The bride la I graduate of The newlyweds were presented and veteran of the New fraternity. He was a member et
minister of the Seventh Avenue Dasher Bible School In Valdosta with a gift by. the group Guinea campaign.The the Romany Chorus in Palm

t Church of Christ performed the, and attended Freed Hardeman Besides those named, otherspresent wedding took place Tuesday Beach and was assistant managerof
Tenn were: Mrs. Frank Irwin. News Co. of
ceremony College in. ,Henderson night at eight o'clock In the the American
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The bride was given In marriage where she was a-member of Sigma Miss Fern Robertson Miss Ruth First Methodist Church of St.Petersburg West Palm Beach before .his en
by her father; Arthur L. Rho. and Georgia State 'Wo Rutland Mines Ruth and Betty with Dr. Allen W. Moore listment. t.HACKERHKNRY'MAIRRIAGE.
Colwn, who with Mrs. 'CoUon, man's College. in Valdosta.The 1 Byrum Misses Alma, Reba and officiating. After the ceremony,
cam from Valdosta foe the cere bridegroom was graduated Louise Pierce Mlav Pearl Shuler the young couple. left for Santa :
arsons. ,She wore a model of white from Redland High School i arid Misses Myrtle and Dorothy Moon,' An, Cat where Cpl. Morton Is STAKES PLACE IX MIAMI
with his parents, to Bolt. Winets, Pvt. Ralph Van Du-
later moved
with
crepe a net yokeappllqued i iI reporting for reassignment The- First PrnbytM'lan..Churchof
In white flow..... Her hat was of Miami where he is connected with I I ren Lynn Irwin, Homer Byrum The bride, well known in St. Miami formed the setting Wed.

white atraw and flowers with a ,I Pan American Airways. and Wilbur Caves.--- -- Petersburg musical circles Is II nesday afternoon Aug. 11. for the
shoulder-length veiL She wore a I native of Florida and I graduateof marriage of Miss Sara Henry,
I corsage of orchids MISS VANN GIVEN LINEN AND LINGERIE St. Petersburg High School daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ThomasE.
1 Mrs J. C. Williams of Val. She attended Junior College and 1 Henry IRWIN
MRS.
BY MRS. PAUL
I s dotta, matron .of ,honor, wore a SHOWER AND Southern College where she ens i Cpl. Leighton C. Hacker of Homestead *
gown of light blue crepe with a jored In 'musk1, was a member of' Field and Lancaster Pa.
I cottage of pink radlanc.'OHI. Miss Ellen Vann, bride-elect of carrots, saltines and punch were! the Alpha Chi Omega IOI'OI'lt1.1 The ceremony was performed '
I Joe Hlckiun Jr., of Naranja was Wm. Day Gravatt of Ellison Vs.,'served Marigolds were 'used in I Palntadours Art Society and honorary ; the Rev, W K. C. Thomson.The .
I belt man. was given I linen and lingerie the decorative scheme. I English fraternity. She If a'' bride wore a powder-blue
The brlde'a mother wore print. shower Friday evening by Mrs. | Besides those mentioned, other I member of the St. Petersburg dress with I corsage of orchids
j ed bemburg with talisman roses, A. E. Paul and Mrs. Frank Irwinat guests were Mrs. R. E. Edwards, Bemb-a-Dears, an! has bean connected and tuberoses.
,I and Mri. Ceo. S. Fletcher, mother the home of Mrs. Paul. I Mrs. A. D. Smith Mn.-J. R. Rut-, with the commercial de. Mrs Hacker U a graduate of
of the bridegroom, wore floral land Mrs. Chesley Saunders, Mrs. partment of the Florida Power the State Teacher's College InWest
strains of wedding
To the a
-:- Chas Martin Mrs H. J. Davis, Corporation. Chester, Pa. and taught for
Mrs. Howard I
;DU- march played by
KCBEKAIIS HILL C Mrs. T. D. Plche, Mrs J. R. Dor- I Cpl. Morton returhed. In July two years In Nhe Pottstownschools.
Johnson, Janice Johnston and ,
I SPECIAL INTALLATIONS 'sey, Mrs. J. Lee Smith, Mrs 'from 19 months of s-rvlce with a .
dressed mlnla.
Adams as
A special Installation service Tommy bride and marchedIn Wayne Adams Mrs. Millard Gad- fightei squadron cf the army air I C"l Hacker Is a number of the
ture groom
'. will be held Monday evening for Mils Vann dii, Mrs. Pete Morgan Mrs. Earl: forces in Australia and New I medical detachment at Homestead -
and stood before
three officers of Liberty Rebekah Mines and Marie Bell Byrd, Mrs. C O. Robertson MIIII I Guinea where he was awarded the o Field and was formerly
while
Lodge who were out of town or Myra Charlotte Ceronlmo and J. Let I Order Purple Heart. He I connected with the Lancaster
III in July when the others took sang small "I couple Wodld then Be took True seats The on Smith, Jr. '1 edOflnlb the army in July of Newspapers, Inc.. In Lancaster,
{ office. "": 1941 and waa stationed for six Pa.
Mrs. Bur'bara Hendry of Coral either side of the honor guest. I I Mrs. Walter Weiss Is general months at Morrison Field In West I At present Cpl. and Mrs. Hack

Gables, district deputy will Install Mr*. U P. Kendrick won a chairman of the regular semimonthly I Palm Beach before he was sent er are making their home in
Mr*. Boyd Cohernour vice- prize for making the greatest public dance which will overseas. Homeatead.
grand, Mrs. Edward' Titdale as numberot words.from, Vbrlde-to- I be held from 10 p. m. until J a. m. I
outside guardian and Mrs. U be." on 'Sunday night In the Woman's
\ Bowen as right supporter :the Mrs Lawrence Scott of'Miami Club building.A DIXIE DRUG Reward
vice-grand. and Mrs. J. Tom Vann were givena I i I Polk Johnson
plaque tor actlngXtout.agalnst alighted called meeting of the Red-
At the meeting Monday night :
I rheas 21 anti rill
\. plans were made for the Install Ttlfeet the but-;.Silhouette land P. T. A. will be held at noon
f tion and ,It was reported that the of the future bridal couple. :,Wednesday, Aug. 25, ,at ,Redland
I. entertainment had increased ,Potato, saladpickles and sliced High School 11 ..' 1I'I'IUI .11" ,',", ....1 1....

f' to $15.W. Those present were:
t Mrs. Blanche Chapman Mrs J. BIBLE: QUIZ CONDUCTEDAT The Calendtr

H. Dixon: Mrs. Elmer Sullivan, MEETWO OF W. S. C. .. YOUR NAMEA
t Mrs Mollie Wlngate Mrs. Co A Bible quiz created much ,Interest I Aug. SO-Meeting of Princeton
hernour, and a Visitor, Mrs. Pauline at the Joint meeting of W. Casualty Station.

f Frame S. C, S. circles IJf the First Methodist .\u,. 2 I-Dance given by the
f Church of Homestead which Woman's Club of Homestead.Aug. .
; STATION RESCUE SQUADS was held Tuesday afternoon in 22-USO open house sponsored
PRACTICE AT PRINCETON the church school buildings. ; by Tint Baptist Church
Drill In rescue work was super After the individual, meetingsof of Homestead.
Weed by Mrs. E. A. Roberts, qualIfied the groups, assorted sandwjchesand Aug1.. 23-Game night at use
Red Cross Instructor, 'at the limeade were served. Aug. 24-Regular use dance.
meeting Friday night of the Those present were Mrs. J, A. ",u,. 2S-Meeting of Homestead. Host of Satisfied Customers Sing the Praises
Princeton Casualty Station. The McNeill, Mrs. O. L. Showalter Casualty Station. of,Tested and Approved Kexall Gypsy Cream

: rescue squadron practiced the Mrs. H.< L. Brown Mrs. S m J. Aug. Ping-pong night at FOR mil' 'ROM THE DKCOMFOITf O'lit
proper methods of handling Davis Mrs.Stanley Matthews VSO.Aug.
stretchers and general procedure Mrs. A. S. May Mrs Casper 28-USO donee sponsoredby SUNBURN if HIVES
In event of disaster Williams, Mrs. E. S. Capllnger, the Homestead Presbyterian if HEAT HASH if CHAFING
An appeal for more persons to Mrs. Vlvan H.oth, Mrs. Mollie Church. I < if NON-POISONOUS INSECT KITES n'
train for Ant aid and rescue work Wlngate, and Mrs. Ceo. Ranson.I Sept. Meeting of Neighborhood ,
was made by Mrs, Eugene Fontalne - ---- Club with Mrs. Ceo ,Wright, J
captain who said: "Now I Hathaway, Mrs. C Ben Plummer, Sept. Meeting of the B. P. OMBINATIOHS\
x with the hurricane season uponus Mrs. Ceo. M. Frlck. Mrs. Joel J. W. C. with Mrs. B. A. Tlbblts.
there la more need than aver Robinson, Mrs. C. M. Harper1 and Sept. American Legion Auxiliary CREAM fPSY
for efficient, well trained work. Mrs. Marvin T. Murphy. luncheon. p- SOc GYmplete
ell I with Absorl Reg. ent0C
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; GROUP NAMES CHAIRMAN tton LIMITED TIME ?
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OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATIONMrs. 11sou
t James Nesbitt was ap-
+ i pointed religious education chairman -
at the Aug. 12 meeting of SE 1121 Mescal's LUNCH
the Woman's Auxiliary of the bEFEN i HAND CREAM
Homestead Presbyterian Churchat at ear

ton.the home of Mrs Carl Robin- soften SODAFOUNTAIN

Mrs Paul Haley conducted a smoother, .n3

program '01\ "The Church Faces "ALL-6UT"
Give
and Mrs. Albert
Tomorrow, J I 7C
Darling 'reported on the sewing AID,.
t1 bring done by the group for'ml' I TO YOUlCETESwe : .. .
grant children of pre-achool age. 72
prwIs a bee 'IIi.
Ruehje was named 9n cry _
Mrs. Gees D. den.se at Par ... ........ .I "
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chairman of the "next 'roiiR lrtsr -
to be sponsored by the auxiliary. / p
A 'covered dish luncheon. was \ O/Eyeglasses e/8 $

aerved. ; '\ I.
Others present were: Mrs. F. O P
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Wartime Diet.
your
Dr.. Leonard "W. Hasklnfhif '.....Jr LINE of DEFENSE e- All these !aMntlllatotroo.fHealUl

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I ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTSENSIGN { HOMESTEAD BUH-OINO. Of HOMEAtEAD AND I.O NASHnrtATlON. .
: I FLORIDA IN VOLUNTARY Dt!K>. CLASSIFIED ADS
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'."nod, aa TnMM*. aat and > JOSEPHINE COOK TALKS ON' WAVES < tile naalattom adopted he IW .....*. k4TI4 Pint Izuert lie l line; tuDsequeBt tasertioMH
I ......... sad UM Koart .f ptfwton at DM :
TO LOCAL STATION SHE HELPED ORGANIZE MnmiaHaJ .IMIM. cad U a Ara... ,I a line
I i jUra. --- ante.the nxtolmii at Chant* M4-I sod 4ee's tots Statute lav I FOR RENT 1I | get free sample, Udna, atBro'n'
Ensign Josephine 'Cook, who or disasters. I cf tha HUU riorMa and held at Ik*
lirfHM OIl wU AamtafM MI T -tv. Pharmacy ( 0211)
was. Instrumental In organizingthe Miss Cook who Is visiting the Kill aur i>T A..... IS'S. .t T_r.. 150 ACRES of splendid bean Und.'
friends here was on the Homestead O'Clork P. H., W. .. Trwma ..-.'.,.. north WANTED '
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Homestead Casualty Station! 10, UK Board rf Mrartira IM4* I'MtanM Allapettab section|
talked V the/group ;Wednesday High School faculty until llMW and with the __I '.*I near Franjo. Rental $1150 per)
her enlistment In the WAVES. 1 approval OIl the Comptroller of IMf state WANTEB-Whlte or colored woman
night on her work ai physical rlucatlon She was commissioned Msr. 2 at FwrUa.. trill attar for -W and wllaadrr acre. Malcolm \Vlacheiirt,' of neat appearance cheerful -
.akd i bids .tx the HrWI Md4rfor ,
Bld Miami Fla.
Instructor the WAVES Northampton. Msss, I cadi, tic mnaliHnc smart, .1 tA..- OIjJPla "boct" camp 'at Hunter CDHfgt Dr. Carl Robinson continued a nelatloa, Th. Tnmwt ease rte tlitrhrhl f I II' ((18.2'I Plain cooking,
to Matpt and rrlarl any .- alt hid.
In New York City. review of the Red Cross First All 0 1I light laundry ,three
I ubjrrt u the approval of th SuaComMrolk ROOMS and apanmenti Rtaioni >! small tioune
Ensign Cook also pointed out manual and demonstrated slm *. A IM '"f ill fit* _'< YIn In
a : family. Good
__ i able rates llvlpl quar-
tic puaiinlim that it gave the armed forces a plined method of artificial respl. Bmp.rtfca aad awla way W la.pected bynroM | Ors Palms Hotel. Florida City ', ters and board. Good hours.
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sense of security to feel that the ration Introduced by an English | IttaraMaa' _la thrir Fumbles bir $IS per week. Phone 878-W-l.
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civilian defense organizations are ;doctor which Is already in limited i calling A Hiwelal OR tic mMlm of Ik* TnptaM will j FOR SALE I i aao-tt)
well trained and competent to use. Twenty-a-ven person attended W Mid. at Uw aTfk lit the AI.'",.. .
deal with domestic emergencies j." the lath day of SMrtaiiibar IMI, at FOR SAlS-S-cond: hand i'EXPERIENCED waitress to serve
furnl-
the meeting, Thrx 0'('''''. P. M.. which ....Hna wl'l
k. or .. la Iht "ilMIe, ate It which time 1 ture. Phone 20: (a20)) dinner hour. Good pay. Must .
tic _.... bid. will .ba ..r>nH and ... :l i furnish character reference. Also
200 GUESTS ATTEND USO DANCE .e.N.d! nr r.jart....
: I FOR SALE-ltlan' bicycle. Mrs. II
I I noted this 1Mb dun tf August A. D.ISIS. I smart colored bus girl. Bam-
MUSICALS GIVEN AT OPEN HOUSE rnA" o.. Ttrmrn. I T. C. Seifert! 27 W. 4th St., I boo Tavern. (Jy30-tf)

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Two .hundred enlisted men and I I and fruit punch were served. _A.MARY TT_SHKFrlKLDtea III the H_ RARE TROPICAL TREES, Ihrub..1,' WANTEDCOLORED'
FulMhia and Uxn
girls attended the regular USO I Mrs. T. E. Kirby and Mrs. Aaaat In VnlunlanrPl ornamentals, palms. Cal.
dance Tuesday evening. Mrs. AdMan I Stewart Ross served,ginger snaps, ..olnlo, . and I."'."'....... kins, 583-W, 2 ml. w. of
'A... 1(1. IT. .... f IMI MEN "
Jacobs was general chairman cheese squares and punch on Sat- City. .'

and serving with her were: Mrs. ,|jurday evening when dancing e>n-I KOTirC Tit CREDITORS LOST F'Ilrld'j
E. A Buchanan and Mrs. Walter i Jtlnued until 11:30: p. m. Other HOMRtTfAK RUII.DIN1 ANTI LOAN TO'VORK

Weiss at the snack bar Mrs. E. ,,hostesses were Mrs. L. L. Field DAng AR80CIATION.COUNTY 'I.OIII"A OF "011 FIT1.An VOI.I>N.;I LOST IN HOMESTEAD

E. Vihlen at, the juke box Mrs. ''and' Mrs. Fred Suber. I TORY MBDOLimoH AND TO CLOUSOUT : and brown mule: Skinned on') IN LAUNDRY
Chris Petersen at the lat' TIll AFFAIRS OP TRW AM.
door and On Wednesday evening at
CIATION t'MDFR TRW PROVISIONS front and back foot. If found )
Mrs. G"O." W. TI'rper In the check week Mrs. Chas. and ...
T. Harper or ell A PTFR . mcrrioiR wmi I please phone ll-W. We
room. Other hostesses were: Mm. Mrs. Fred Redd were hostesses I AND MM ltd STATUTE LAWS OF will 1 1i No experiencei
Tim BTATH; or FLORIDA tf pay expense. mere--ary.
Ceo. H. Fitzpatrick Mrs. A. E. 'i, and Miss Cecelia Harper direct A A"THORir; BY rt'ty AnoPTF.nOF .
Paul Mrs Lawrence Pope. Mrs. '', ed ping-pong, cribbage' and' II'MOLUTION8 11'01(11"1.01' i LOST-A gasoline ration book i it l i Highest rate .f pay. Time .

L. L. Field and Mrs. Fred Subr. checkers. During the games, Mrs AND BOARD AiSOC1ATlfN 0" n1RECTnRs AND AP.OltSAIIt t F10523P. J. R Pops Homestead '
11 and a half for Overtime <"
Guests were served cookies and Redd served limeade and cookt-s PROM /tT THE oo"'ROI.L1.1I 0" Fla. p.a:0)) )

limeade made from limes contributed which she had ,mad/!. On Friday THE ALL: STATIC CREniTORR: OP FLORIDA.TO "TOPKHOt. ?-. j hours. '

by Mrs. H. A. Marsh. I I night a record crowd enjoyed the FRS AND ALL PERRONS: HAVING LOST-2 Ration Books 2. Quen.
I'' I "',IUI. OR HKMANPI: AGAINST tin Shorten and Ruby Nell
A musical ,
and served
hotdogi
program was pre games was RAID ASSOCIATION.
settled from 4 to 7 p. 11at the and limeade by Mrs. Al Wolfe. 0'.'. and arh nf .... ara Krby atl.. Shorter (ps20) : FLORIDA LINEN
II'd and r..ulrW to anwit any .<./.... SERV.CE I'
USO open house Sunday' after ..r amends. whirs ,.... or .***!- 'f wi PERSONAL
noon. Pfc. Walter B. Muller :PARAGON CLA8SCOMPLETES I .... h ti ....'.01 to. "fI". ".on
played a number of classical'se-I ROOM "'''DING AND 1,0AP..IO.....I PRODUCTS 110 N. W. ,TH 8T. MIAMI
mat ... AVON
D4..mat. ':dw ro .
lectlcns on the'piano. and accim- Women members of the Para-;I *.lh W. Hanxr. Me" ..:ffl-M; ii4CbM. ,if YOU WISH representative t (Aakfor :Mr. UnaarOGROVES

pan-d| Miss Mary Fllen Denrlnn con Class 'Of the Presbyterian su'Int.d. n.T"Tamer,,_, the mar mid wino dlwrl.ed and d.iy-aa.lalloa ... (rail send card to Mrs- Anne C >

who sang "Dearly Beloved." Cpl. Sunday school taught b? Ch H_...... Dad Cootil.. FloHd.. All n.Jy30
AlvIn Aronson L. Ooley met at 'the church i
sang "My Hero. .1., .ms of ...*.,. .....* .. *..._. 1-* \ HAVE CASH .
"The Bells of St. Mary" and Thursday for decorating and arranging tludlaaalalaia of .....hrl....*, ....t Kannwrhr I BUYERS for large
"Stein Song" to Mr. )duUr'. se- the completed primary' >w,pa to and KM with the FREE If excess acid causes yen and small groves, with and ;t
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-- Prow the eau
war pains of Stomach Ulcers. Indl without homes.
compati1mehtraii: $ fang'twd, Butts room/ "potlnclt"- dinner w"1 1-ANt mkllmtlm krrwf. 5.,. Oiaa.lor '
with Sgt. Harold Basuino. served H. (*rtkn< .M-I 1141 Statute Ian sestion. Heartburn BelchingBloatingl |'SPECIAL, ORDER-One buyer
of tW Beat of ,. Gas Palm
PVirlda. Npusea
Mrs. .Ceo. Polk was hostess at New Paragons enlisted are Nlc-I I r>atrd this Ittk dar tf August A. l>. ; - ,; wants about 20 acres In grove '.'
the snackbar where 'cookies olae Plcclano and E. A. Roberts. ltd Paud this , STELLA HARI-FR. j '
andwlches, limeade and Mrs. Geo. Harden of Allapattah w. Pmldtftt.CHAi. . i it acres adjoining for future d -

were served throughout the COffte'l Gardens has been I visitor, the I. 0. n'B." I B. LEATHEII...". !1 velopment with a portion of ,

noon. Junior hostesses : past two Sundays.Cpl. : ... ". tpi I, !. J1.Sr..ary.M 14. 001.'l. Chart af rimiN Oart, j glade If possible. Please write

Mrs. Chas. Robertson, Misses Myra > Ray Ha ewood. a charter a H. INstNOTICE- pals County,. ....1... I or phone

and Marie Bell. Miss Vara] member of the class, Is" on fur- ,CI",." C..or ..... F. B. EMERSON lEAtTV CO. j
Rheney. Mill Jo Clos Miss ,lough to his home in Nashville. OF APPLICATION fOt "
; Mary Up M. C. rrERRKTT. D. C. 71 N. E. 2nd SU Ph. S 2211
Mavis Watts and Miss Dearlnv. |Joseph Irwin charter member TAX DEED I I INorira Ml.:nl. Fla.
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A large chocolate cake was won and secretary I It In Jackson M*> File sense I

by CPL ,lack Hargett as the door}I mortal Hospltsl. Mrs. W. W. Native b herb aim that rmrnaDrahtaca OP *rnir" TioN WANTED TO BUY for oaah-

prize' at :the dance Thursday evenlns ,Bethea and her daughter, Marilyn, D,. holM as _..... d whdte TAE. ttrmNutW PEKDPNa. : home In Homestead or Redland j

;, Aug. 12, when the Amert-i i are visiting her parents in Alach- Dtatrtrt Tat C rtlfl'ila N.... b terrier rl... Irnt 0. C nu:' District. Furnished or unfur-
Leatort tool! Fla.Alf'yuant'adulti. Poe. ko1Mm. .. Wixom nf Cite of MI...."': nUhed. P. O. Box 315 Home
faq : AuxUlary'entrtalfei.! byPrd ,11101 t1Awd ;tee 10-dir fl joy. tam ,C.tt/lmma .rdurnbs rd. IIU'.' Acted -
.Mra. Wra. -'G-'reiSIma, ',chal ofJhe'diltrictPre A. D. 1941. 'best .llrd"ald _"....... Min the, ...lh aw << July, A. D. .IMI H.. stead. (aH-tQ
man. was _I*ted at the snack i cordially Invited to Join this I filed mid (MIll..... I. mr offlra. a-d.
afflra sea. has M- aapllrttloll.. tee .... nada aaollrallfo f'* lit _to KtlwrMm 'I WILL PAY tS to 125 for Junkcars
barr b* Mrs Frank B. RuV' Misj |class. .... .... In araardaiifla with I... paid
I tai u hast tHnwii In a <*nlirr"Hll also farm machinery.
Helen Norman and Mirs Charlotte Cntl'u....... ..
lav. laU nrtlllcaU marwa the rrlard pmHTtf, iHvatad la Dade Canute.TtorW. Wolfe Auto Wreck In.. P. O. Box
Geronimo. Mrs. Chris Petersen i Dr. and Mrs. Howard Or.iaa of .. lo-.lll ,
was hostess at the door Mrs. E.I Coral Gables rnd Mist Lucille I|I following JtatrlUo1 property. iltnatrl laDai. Lot II. Odar"i...Tl-t Rook II. I 798 Homestead Fla. Phone
Co.t.. Florida. lwHlLot Tan ia I* tic Cry I o Mir.. County j! S.2-J. QylB-tf). I
E. Vihlen was at the Juke box, Aulk cf PhPidelnhln wire dinner of ....... ...... .f PlorUa.Tha .
and Mrs. Ceo. W. Turner was In rucsta of Mrs..T. A. Collins on I I 10. lock S, gleam Court, a aumaunt. of said Property ''andrr > j FAT hens. J. R. Bevls. near Leffi

charge of the check room. Cakes Tuesday evening. ..11.. Plat Rook ...:P... 41, In the ama the of VnVn C-.rtl'..n... Wwd WAR In lh
County fIl D.... Bead. a( F1nri .. U"Ime. said eertiffte .(..11|( ... 1- .
I I I The drew.d acoordhw II.... t.. ..... will ,,"" "" '" I " " ,,'" """'" ,n '
a unniint of laid property mdntha .
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.w a Ihrrw ox UM Jot day d Bop.tomhrr. ,
arUffaata .....l ma III the. aapH A. D. ISIS, 1'l'NIIN ON .
!ref u........ Palaai laid e.etmtat..M" paid this tuh IS. B.dar LtATHERMAN.of Julr. A. D. .*... : 'VOICE OF PROP11 ECY'

j I- riaiiaiid arfrrdlnf to law, tat Mad Clark rf Co.nlr Clrrutt rTorkta.Court.Dadt Every Sunday at 12:30 .

I Ul lama the.vat M the S* da? of Circuit Court amt.M \VIOO

... > a.,..*,..,.. A, D. If... ,Julp M. An*.Ni. f.. :r:fl m1\ >. CConservatile ,.., .""" ", ,, ,,,",. ,I.I.IIlnutInl'! ''''ltut?la I'

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NOTICE i "l EXPERTBARBER1NC ..:;




City Council will sit as a board i Investment I


of equalisation each Monday lla'ml .._ lie .

Share .. .__ ._ _.. 'Mf .
from f. until 10 P. M. from Aug. IPO ft. Krome Aye. frontage. I champ (Fair?) ._ ..He ;

23 -'throughSept., .13, 1943,. to Improved, and now returning I Khams.e
"', near complaints as to tax values I ., '10% on price of S15ft.j cash. I Wage _._...______. ._ lit

'-fer 1943 t I Strategic location Insures rapid I Facial .. ._._ M ,

{ [ increase in 'value and In- : Facial rack __ Isecemhlnatl.a TSBUSH'S
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'a lots, $150;; corner lots, $175.. .'I .I

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