Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00609
 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: August 27, 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: VID00609
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
lccn - sn 95047482
lccn - sn 95047482
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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,1 Local Man's Discovery Hailed I

i Preventive for Shark Attacks I

I; Law Safeguards' GrowerAgainst )U.S. NAVY TESTS REPELLENT


AVOID BUYER Plenty of Aetion and 2 Christmases IN EXPERIMENTS OFF KEYS

1 I Experienced by Lt. Froscher in Pacific I 1 I I

A bit of fisherman' lore remembered ''rlneland staff, and other gover -
His experiences aboard: a U.s. Next the
morning navigator announced ment
NOT BONDEDWARNS by Stewart Springer research men.
J I destroyer in the, Pacific theatreof that the ship had crossed I Homestead man acclaimed in the As revealed In Collier's magu-

of were told by Lt. () ) the international date line during !tine, f
.g I the key to the problem >
7 of
J the night and that it was Christmas Aug. issue Collier's as the
Clarence Froscher, native son, In finding an effective repellent w j
all over again. The Christmas 'foreiruwt United States authority
MAYOEvery 'a talk to the Homestead Rotary i furnished by Mr. Springer after
gift could not be given out Ion sharks", may well mean life ,the failure of hundreds of experiments
Club Wednesday at its again, but Christina
were Instead of death tor torpedoed conducted, by research:
eon meeting in Legion recount-1,on Uncle Sam .aln-ll' well as 'men working with the navy and
seamenand fliers forced down ,
farmer hi Florida should One amusing incident I a holiday program for the second the office of scientific researchand

know that there U now a state ed by U. Froscher was the eel-;consecutive day lea. j development which co-ord -

law to protect 'him against fraud ebration on two separate days) Lt Froacher'i ship took part inactions A powerful shark repellent, ef-, nates all research work relating
by the crew of the warship After throughout the Pacificwar I fective for 24 hour after to the war.Working .
and lose In the talc of his farm h.'ln'l
presents had been distributed and tone. He i* now on leave been attached to the "Mae !i with the researcher
products >ay* Nathan Mayo com.mlationer a traditional Christmas menu enJoyed -|here with his parent Mr. and life, jacket, has been evolved by at the Woods Hole Oceanographic
of agriculture, in a the crew went to bed with Mr*. t, A. Frpacher, awaiting the Mr,Springer, Wnv Douglas IS_i Institution In Massachusetts Mr
'statement this week. many wondering' what they would'be commissioning of a new ship to den," head of Florida' Marine-, Springer remembered that when

This law.* pawed by the legislature doing the next Christmas.ber which he bas been assigned.! land aquariam Arthur McBride ,shark were killed by storm
---- Arthur-Scheldt of the Ma- ,when hooked with stationary
of 1941 and known aa the lagd j
(I agriculture and bonding law requires JACKSON line off the Florida Keys, the
NAMED other shark in
k certain dealer in agricultural THE WEATHER stayed away such
I number that the lines had to "e

front the product state to and obtain file bond a license u a FOR FALL CROPS I ASNEWREDLANDSCHOOL ..Nfholal...-.etber. ......-.. 01..u""., tile adsp.pkai......-. moved after every storm.
. "And the Idea born."
!1 guarantee that farm product then wa*
Dale Mai. Ml*. Bar. Ealai he said in an Interview at his
bought will by be them direct for. from farmers SEEN UNLIKELY i COACH Au,. 19 I M > M 12UTI| G.401"home here at 11 N. W. Fifth st
j paid Aug 20 .e.. :,,29M| 0.421;"If the decomposing shark meat
The act does not to citrus
apply; '
._, Am 21 91 68 |2994| 019 kept shark away from the line,
fruit and
dairy product, or I Jack'- Auf. 22 92 72 129 91| 0.39Auf. :
I to dealer who for L F for the past 18years some element In it might also
buy cash.
No definite plan for financing 23 <192 U |129 88trace|
Checks classed !, coach at North Manchester! keep shark away from men."We .
are season
not ellContlnu.d
;, a* crop this coming have Aug. 24 93 67 '2984'', 049
Ind, ha experimented with putting
accepted the position of
( on Pace Five) been announced by the Regional i ,
25 93 (8 0.12
Aug. :,29911
Agricultural Credit Corporation, '[physical education director and, decaying shark flesh In the feedIng
coach at Redland High School, cages at Woods Hula, and Uu
Panel and OPA Officials which 'Issued loan last year
I i I II Principal Carl Wagner announcedthis small dog sharks refused' touch
Meet With MerchantsTo '(through the USDA war board, ) C. OF C. MEETING
Luther I*. Chandler, chairman of I week. He replaces Leroy their food. We then carried outfield
Sprankle who has returned test at LaJolla, Cal.. and
the Dad County board, said
discus their problem and I terday. yes 1 Kingsport, Term. to ented a war 'CALLED TO ACTON off the Florida Keys by adding
the current price ceilings, local II industry bit of the decomposed mcat to>
merchant are being requested by "Although renewal of the plan "Mr. Jackson has been highly the bait line The shark would
,I Mr*. Roy Chandler, chairman of 111 1 now under government consideration successful at North Manchester, FISCAL YEAR strike for the bait then swerve
J the local price panel to meet with I think that the 8,000- where he maintained a winning off upon catching the odor of tile
Dade County official of the Office acre increase in privately financed percentage in Indiana basketball decomposing meat

, of Price Administration and Dade County; plantings will competition, which is conceded to A meeting of the membership "Now w* were sure we were 1
members of the panel at I p. m. make the adoption of federal financing be the best In the United States."; of the Redland District Chamberof on the right track and after '

Tuesday Aug. n. In the office, improbable ,this Mr. Wagner said. "He also i* a Commerce ha* been called by; working through 7.000 pound <>f
Homestead war price and rationing he tald. 'Ie.r'1 skilled football", baseball and track President A. W Undgren for I the decaying meat chemist at
; board. The Initial loan were coach." I p. m. Thursday; Sept. 23, in the Woods Hole isolated a pure chemical
"It la mot important that merchants last spring and ; Mr. and Mrs. Jackson and their. council room of the Homesteadcity which Is 100 time a* repel
attend this meeting so that were of small benefit to local two son, James, IT, and Tom 12, haa lent a* the decomposed meat inContinued
>We can work together in threshing farmer other than those raising h! will Four ttfItDING&LOAN t
(Continued on Page Four) At this time member vote ( on Page )
out their current problem,, summer crop such a* sweet potatoes I IPalmetf on changing the b-1...* to permit
Mr Chandler aald. Mr. Chandler said.rTw'Soldiers f *
It ____ ___ ____ __ c __ _c ccc __ __ ) Director flosJng TH the flacal year III
I the organization in October at the
Added to Local Faculty opening of the winter Mason la-
Ie Tell of Furlough Spent 1 stead of In April, a* at present,

. At Mora Rearmament Conference I Miss Leonora Stewart, former when the season f* closing. Other TO SFLL ASSETS
Important matters also will be
e -- -I presented to the membership, reports
.to take the place of Mrs. W. B. Kit Canon. TOUIGHBIDDERTo -
.Cpl Duncan Corcoran and CpL of the Canadian parliamentfor Secretary;
O. I Calgary; Alberta; Mrs. F FPowell IMi lsmusic and band director of
Stuart Smith of the Second T i
!' the local schools, who ha a year's ,
'U. at the Homestead air base re- ", city councilwoman from leave of absence. Principal B. M. in and C Books Must Be lose Out Its affairs, th*

' 'turned recently from a ten-day president Seattle; Major of the Bernard St Raymond; Hallward.Paper ,Hindman announced this week Traded for Sheet Coupons! ,'Homestead I Building and Lad P
Miss Stewart hat conducted a Association b offering,for sale. kr
visit to the Moral RearmamentRational Co, Montreal.Also I 1
successful band and Music department Car owners who still hold the the highest bidder the remaining
Training Center en present were prominent 1 at Palmetto, .wner* the :old type; B and C gasoline MUM 'I asset* of the ..-:lItlol.t \'. ; .. y,
Mackinac bland In Lake Michigan. labor and Industrial leaders, many school are approximately the coupon book should exchange!r This action wa Voted Aug.?I* ",- (
of them from the Detroit area, I| a meeting ef the director'Mm.
same die as those here, Mr. them for the new mileage ration
More (km three hundred leader I Dr. Frank Bodunan.,.ot"Pennsylvania Hlndman said.Other sheet of coupon before Wednea Stella W Harper, president Chaa.lO. .
,from all -wnike'of life are h the founder of Moral place vacant on the faculty day, Sept. J., t A. Carter,| Turner, secretary, and Mrs,
training at Macklnae, report the Rearmament also 1* at MacUaac are the position formerly chairman of the fecal rationing Mary Sheffield were appoftAeJ ''

two corporals who themselveswere recuperating frem his IQntasef filled by Mr*. U X. Becker !. the board said yesterday. I trustees toTefat MdA Ust f1+4r; .....
active hade to the nan last winter, and be ha keen bilk acbeol and that ef teacher OW type ant C coupon be-J I the assets I* Trf tne >o.ie*lon .
rearmament until their entry tot directing the training, said Cpl*. of the fourth fifth and mirth com Invalid Sept t. and gasoline,Ow trust*** and BUY be ......,.n= t' ,
the army.Aawog Corcoran and Smith trade* to the Florida CRy acbooL ,dealers cannot accept them on and I ed by potential purchasers. II
those, they found taking 1 The object *<<< the trailing center Mrs. Green Rive*. whir held the after that dew The old type; ....- I A (pedal public meeting el the r
toe training courses to carry ," CpL Smith Mid. -I* to find latter position, wa transferred pont arc identified by the words,!,trustee will be bald at I *. -
lack to their *w. communities the part that every man woman last 7tU"tc.tbe.Komeatcad faculty -Permit delivery of one unit el 'Sept 10 fat the office of the se'sodation ..
were: Caa Morrison bread administrator and child can play to win the and Mr*. H. L Brandenburgfinished. incline" The new type says."mileage .I when sealed bid wilt
for the Dominion oft war. --.. the peace> and bnOd] out .the.term la Florida ration", plus a'large B be opened and accepted or rsfrrt.f' t
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. . '' .' 1' 1914 Driver' License Army Holds Free Clinic -.''
.'- "- & \* !ANDERSEN SPURS .
: Now on Sale at AgencyThe For Soldiers! Families
O' UR\l\'IE'-jIIIIf"1N IN ._
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r [RESEARCHWORK : 1044 state drivers' licenses A clinic for the wives and chili

...,. ... J went on sale Wednesday at the I dren of soldiers living at the Red.
r r J.' AT NEW STATION t,Legion Tag Agency in Legion' land Farm Labor Supply Cantor
SGT. KUCII PROMOTED Deneston Rivers ma -I II Hall on S. Krome ave. Unless ls being conducted at the camb
I have their licenses by Oct. I twice weekly by Lt Edward
Marine Air Station El: Toro mate second class with 'drivers
lllnlll"1 I I, they will be required to undergo :Presa of the medical corps stars
CaL. Aug. 28.-Robt. C. Kllch, U. bees, has been transferred
I ( the standard driving test, Wm. lot Homestead Field. The clinic
S. Marine, ion of Mr. and Mn. Camp Endicott, R. I., to Gainesville Fla.. Aug. 26-Continuation
Frank Kllch of Homestead, Fla., I Milt. ,and enlargement of the i J. Qeronimo, manager of the tag 1* general In Its scope and Is conducted
ha been promoted from technical I I research work with watermelons agency, said yesterday. I( without charge. '|
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sergeant to matter technical sergeant > j Ralph Andrew, U. S. N. aviation grapes and Sea Island cotton at I Except to out-of-town applicants '+I One hundred forty-seven arty
I machinist' mate second the Leesbwrg laboratory Is made who witt'receive their license I families are housed at the c.mp'

MTSgt. Kllch la attached to ,I class, reported Wednesday to Alameda possible .with the appointment of!I within a. day or two licenses i I
Marine service squadron here. Cat, for reassignment after Dr. E. M. Andersen as associate: purchased In Homestead I the tag office, which I* open daily I

sA a leave from his South Pacific horticulturist:: acting In charge, I will be delivered immediately at'''except. Sunday.. d.
, Lt () g) Clarence Froscher be to visit his family here. His according to an announcement by
Dr. Wilmon Newell. Florida Experiment
U. S. N.. will have Sunday tot j younger brother Ray who had
report to Kearney, N. J., for assignment =I leave at the lame time, has been Station director Y
I to a new ship now under promoted .to seaman second class ,, Dr. Andersen' transfer from ft.f f
construction. Lt. Froacher,I and Is stationed at Sanford, Fla. a position a* assistant horticulturist
who came by transport from at the Subtropical Experiment ,
Noumea, New Caledonia, to San, Sgt Sidney L. Kendrick, Jr, Station, Homestead, $It one'
Francisco and from there by planeto has been transferred from Key among a number of transfers and I
spend a leave with his parents,I Field Meridian Mia*., to Tulla- appointment on the experiment
Mr. and Mn. E. A. Froacher, In 'home, Tenn. Mrs. Kendrick, the station staff recently approved by
Homestead, has served aboard a .former Mia Louise Pacetti, ar1 the state board of control to fill I
i destroyer In the various Pacific 1 rived here Sunday for a visit vacancies mused by death, resignations

i campaigns from Wake Island to I with relative and transfers., I .
; .
i New. Zealand. I The Leesburg laboratory hit
Pvt. ;Francis Sklner, who. U been without a tingle staff member I
:Afler..ervlce In Samoa, Guadalcanal stationed in Tacoma, Washy recently for tome month. Dr. M. '
and New: Zealand Pfc. spent a furlough with his Wolker, plant pathologist WAR. STAMP HOLDERS
, Slgmund' Wolfe la spending his uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. T. charge, I I. now on leave for N'j
i tint furlough with his parenta, E. Parks' In Lakewood, O. His vice with the bureau of
Mr. and Mrs. Al Wolfe of Homer brother, Pfc. Fred Sklner hat warfare. K, W. Louck and E.
tad. Pfc. Wolfe who had been been transferred from Camp For Hartwlg resigned tome time ago. t

{ in the naval hospital In San Diego rest,, Tenn., .to .New. York City. to accept other employment t

before coming home, will report i I. Dr.: Andersen will resume the
there Sept 20 for further treat. LL Edwin Lawrence, son of Mr. research with watermelon and
anent. and Mrs. E. L. Lawrence, has
been transferred from Camp Liv- grspe

The longer a fellow la away, ingston La. to Camp McCain, :
the more he really appreciate Miss. He is now on maneuver Fishing Kits Sought ,

the new from home. .* write For Members of A.E.FA
Cpl. R. E. Grubba from "some- i
where In the Paclftc" In a letterof CHANDLER LINSTOLEAVESUNDAY I I
appreciation of the Leader-En- campaign to furnish fishing
kits for members Qthe armed
terpriae "I especially enjoy the
force I I. being -sponsored
Vrvice column' because It keep t
the International Game
me Informed a. to where my
Fish. Assn.. the American Museum I
q friend are and how they are getting FOR WASHINGTONThe '
along," he wrote Cpl. of Natural History and
Red Cross, according to
Grufcbs. a brother of Mn. T.Orfanadet .
of'Miami'one of the
C. N. Cook
formerly made his
home here. Florida Vegetable Committee organizers of the' first-named. astjbdlatlon. "Wks. 7"lei, se-wl"Itne, "Sees-be .
: .see 'yeas -r
< delegation has won i toit-. \ .. .
r. alWVrSa.li>cSl .as BM. e' ork I. Unek saw
Aviation Cadet J. T. Godwin, alive appointment with War.:Food,. Publiccontributions wIll bi.relled erase **tts> SSt,.Sot, II, ee .*nL***..*"*' Get ** '"*.
elder son of Mr. and Mr*. R. L. I Administrator Marvin Jones for on to finance..purchase of "=S-yw'y'a y.4iait i4? : yea put lie %. '
Godwin of Homestead. I* taking 11:30 a. m. Wednesday -and' will the 12 compact canvas kits whichare .. : :. .;: ": :.. -JS h.
.. Aid yoW .. ." ,
12 week of advanced training leave Sunday for Washington Tilted with .trailing,line and '.a..s.eM wksw .. Rood o.FAr. .
M bombardier In VlctorvlUe, "stay until we are given tome lure; extra hooks, 'an4' Mead want lae Il.!sill: Sgns.'--l.. , ..,era fo..arw..eM
CaL i definite decision on federal farm ers. spear and dip .net in -, doe srwMf
policy", Luther L. Chandler, delegation 'cluded are 'detailed illhlngInstructions ; 'UT-l ass'; .-.S'.r.enr -'Daft by &Riog up"l liar .
First Lt. Jas. E. Kendrick, member, said ')'eaterda;. rlrlted. on' speclaljy -.10--6.5? fee w..r..as&. .tlas... .Make .e.lddy-sad aMy +
I I The five-man delegation will treated Insect-proof-nd' waterproof -' ? .. eawest aw. .... 'a 'Fartimesan' =s ekw Iwo .... is
ITS. Army medical corps, brotherof .. .
l.df : .aved periag !War 11..4.l. !
\ Mn. W. B. Mill of Homestead seek definite comtnitments'onvegetable paper which point out:the r tI

was graduated with a class of price ceilings, the farm kind, of. birds, fish, eels -andttiakesjthat .

f45 physician dentists, veterUBsristns labor! _outlook the *talner.tup., are edible, Too Jilt I ... oj 11ti slsatlsssaal II. aautbsi.1.A.N1. sI.M. .. R.graa b .
and sanitary engineers I I uly, and crop financing. E. W. will be trlbuW'J)1) the Red
: .
- Brooker Lumber Co. ..
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Aug. 12 from medical field service Llns, American Fruit Growers Cross, 'Mr. Cook says. 1 .
school at Carlisle Barrack, manager at Kendall, also la a Contributions can be deducted he.e'(t Henaestead_ ,
I member of the delegation. ft'OnInto"" ) taxes, Mr. Cook. _
Ft after six week of rigorous I say*
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preparation. Following the .
toon. Lt Kendrick who I* SO. received I " . . .
r his M. D. degree from ; ,
Northwestern U

Pfc. Wm: McConnell. Jr., has
qualified a* an Army Air Force RED LAND BRAND FERTILIZERSO 1 1o
technician by completing recently
Intensive training In aircraft
sheet metal at the technical training
command school at Anderson

Organliatlon In to1 Angele He O s
ha been transferred to a new station Y
for active service.

f I about fertilizer ...
SustainingComforting us your require ;

ments for the coining year. I'

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Inspiring Due to. government regulation. short-. . ,> .T

I ages of 'several l materials :we will not'be able to' .

make ALL of:our-regular mixtures. Ruts .a will( .. ., ': .

do our best to supply as near- as possible what,
a "
t',f\It etIl.. entrusted to u* are will need. __ ,1, .', 1 .. .* '*:; : ..
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beauty dignity "
eheratterlzed '
.SfU' ,
sincerity which makes
and 'a
b Ih occasion aeoredljr memorable . < i ,J ._

,nit U so b allQ. oar chief interest
1*- thai funeral., not Its bvr': ,

lie** aspect Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.

,. Turner !

\\ :Funeral homer Telephone 16 FRANK n. ,RUE Manager Homestead, Fla.PlWe .

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Au st 27.1943 '" HOMESTEAD LEADER_ JND ENTERPRISE - Paire Thl'fe

u.d, .
ohtc after a'visit of three months with D Perkins, who ha9$>een a sur-I of rationed stoves mutt be waft

relatives there. steel patient since Fiiiay was with a certificate obtained at local -
-..; t I <1>-. and rationing board
|I' v discharged yeaterday. war price
r In and Around *! Harry; Degler of Key West la r Mat.. Mary Jane Hut' t ls amedical
I visiting his family her this week. patient.'r SHOES: Stamp It list npr
I I: !i Tonsellectomies were performed I book) valid through Oct. 31.Jack .
i loin: 3. B. Cohernour Is substituting this week fdr Mrs. Fred Kufeldt

y Homestead as postmistress while Mn. and Sandra Brownlee, both of I Ij.
p Blanche Chapman It taking a few Homestead, and Tommy Talbot of I
weeks' rest I Goulds. ,I.
I _
Mrs. Alien Neal and her lnv 9fiI t
7 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olsen last ova
I fant son wilt be discharged today.Your I
Dr. CM. D. Ruehl., pathologistIn ,Jean, have returned from an extended
charge of the Subtropical Experiment visit In BrooksvUle and' week moved Into the Free cottageon .....................................1
Station ha returned I[,Plant City. W. Palm ave. ,
from visit to Townaend.Woih. Dates I
a Port I nll
D. Ascittl
returned from a business gA
Miss JoMphlM Buford of Macon trip to Boston Saturday With Uncle Sam I \ {
Ga, la ,I guest of her uncU
Mr. and Mn A. W. Hutchln. and aunt, Mr and Mn. A. S.Moy. Mr. and Mn. Earl Lee announce ................ ............. .....1

aon and ton, Billy, returned Monday .. the arrival of a son, born BLUE STAMPS: R, Sand
from Hot Spring Friday at the ,!amen Archer remain valid through Sept. 20.
House fuestrof Mr, and ,Mrs Smith Hospital I
M.... L, D. Jones of Jacksonville U H. Creer,are Mrs7 .- Inn>Love I I RED STAMPS: Valid until Aug.
and Mn. D. M. Root of:, Baton lace of Birmingham'-and'.,Miss Jot.... W. W.: Severy was 111 ,at Jl are T.1.. V and W. X valid I
'Rouge, La. and her daughter, Mallie Greet of Miami Mrs J. E. ,her home) last week. I through Oct. S. Y becomea valll
Sarah Lou,'returned yesterday to Cook of Coconut,.Grove and her Aug. St. Z becomes Valid Sept. Sand
their homes after alsit with daughter Pal ,spent. Monday r JAMES ARCHER SMITH I I I both remain valid throughOct.
Mr. and Mn. W. .R. Bird. Mn night and Tuesday at the Creer 2.SUGAR.

I Jones and Mr*. Root' art. listen, home. '. HOSPITAL NEWS I I : Stamp 14 good for five
of Mn. Bird.
October. Nos.
and pounds through
t Mn. ,C. Fs' Waldron and son Mr Mrs.* Paul, L, Worleyare ;s''IS and II valid through Oct. 31
Mra. Bowling O. Dye ol Miami )Calvin left nitty to visit rcla- the parents of anjeUht-pound for live pounds each for canning
it a guest"at the home of her parents .' tivesIn. Jacksonville and, Hen ton born Aug ?i In.James Archer Housewives may apply to their

Mr afld: .n, 7. ,R. ""T'' dersonrille.. Smith Hospital} >!r. '% Worley Is .local boards for additional rations
coach amt physical education director -

Mr. and M.... J. L. Ballard re- Mr. and .Mrs' ?,Stewart Spring, ,at Homestead .High! School'i lit necessary.FUEL .
turned yesterday from Hot er' and their r'Children Philip, Earl, Jr.,, was bonvto Mr. and 1 I OIL: Period S coupons
Springs, Mickey and-.'Johnnie;; have returned Mrs. Sari tee.' ,ol Florida Cityon valid through Sept. 30. Period I''
from spending a 'month In Au,. 20. I I In new fuel oil
Pvt. and Mr. Merlyn Gilts of coupons rations'
Mn. T. L. Hodges and sons, Biloxi Mis t Homestead are parents of a IOn good for ten gallons each.
Tom and John have moved from j,I
L. D. Lawrence of Leary Ga., born Aug 23. I GASOLINE: A-coupon S good --. -
the Worley house In the countryto arrived Sunday for a visit at the, Surgical patients are Frank for three gallons through Sept. 21.1
121 N W. Fourth it.Mn
home of his brother and sister- Williams of Florida City and Mri.I,
in-law, Mr. and Mn EXL. Law- ;Einar Laraen of Goulds. Mn J. STOVES: Consumer purchases is nwd-ow.ne.frf He
B. P. Webb and her daughter -
rence. has/just lilt he one-the only
Tallulah, will return this _
week-end from Hattleiburg, MUi, .-*/>e mod beautiful girl I Meortn.
James Brown returned Wednesday
where they have been visiting i I II
front a visit to relativesin I I And when he Isn't tellIng -
relatives. They will be accompanied
by Mn Webb'i sister Mn Dothan, Ala I her to face-to-fact, "

Walking, and ion, Jimmy. I using fn. telephone to e.-
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Barnes and lour .
Help ::
daughter Margaret returned,Friday , ; press his sentiments' of fengrk.
? I
Mrs. M.
O. Freeman of Miami
after spending three weeksIn I H, I
Is visiting her son-in-law and Hot Springs Yet, Jack, love's a grand feeJhigl ,-
daughter, Mr. and Mn. Frank _
Yet if you're using a party -<

Webb,.? """ Wm. N'eelereturned, -Tuesday ; line,none of your telephone),
Sandra tee' "Radford.-" from a .business trip.to Zellwood, i Government! N neighbors can talk while yw
; daughter
Fla. I ore courting. A tied. line,
of Mr. and Mrs, Wm. F Radfordof '
St. Petersburg, Is celebratingher S also helps cause congestion
Mn Clan..Andrews spent < ,* t""' I In the central office It puts an
tint birthday anniversary to> .
Wednesday aught ... a guest of n. .bni' '
day. Mn. Radford Is the former'' : I IEqUIP odded burden on equipment
Miss ,Batsy Doyle, daughter ,of, U. .and Mn. Paul' Mitchell; In yourself for position ina through which war calla must
Miami Be.ch. a
This can't be
Me. and Mrs. Thorns. R. Doyle of I "'"- post. equipment
Redland. and Mr. Radford Is the I expended to handle oil de-
: Colleen Hastings 1s staying at defense office. mend for material
son of Mr. and Mn O. C. Rad telephone
the home of Mr. and Mn J. H.
ford of Homestead. b going to battle Instead
Dodson while her parents attend
Mn the Church of God camp meeting So please,Jack,help keep the
Ormond Cash her daughter -
In Fort"Meade. lines clear for Duo
Diane, and her mother Mn your part
Fifty-five pupils placed since neighbors the folks of your
3. T Martin, are spending several -
days at Jewfish with her I W. P. Cash spent several days community, and the people

grandparents, Mr. and.Mrs. W. D this week In Fort Meade at the April 1--all with less than four handling vital war business
Church of God meeting
Cok.r. I camp II! that ran't wait. Go to see the

MrsTV R. Bird has been Illat 1- FLORIDA CITY' : months' training. .. lady her. ,If and you ovoid do call telephoning, please be

',her home this week. I Be Warrens Seery ""I' brief, she'll understand when'

-:--: .. I >oj" tell her why.
)1tn. 3. Enclose: Returned rruetdr -!-"" -' i ;. ; 1 : I
from week's B. F Collie* observed his DOth4birthday '
visit In Orals essentials
mild Island Grove, Fla., where ate.i' anniversary at his home : ;'We'concentrate ;pn I SOOTHER BELL TEICPHOHE

was a guestof 'relotl,,".' Mice Mere recently. ; '
Mary Jo Close will come home I, -- accordance with the war time I ADD TELE&WH COMS
today from Miami where she has A. C. Stanford of Athens, Tenn, 1
a.a anaeertaI
spent several days with hen sis Chas been visiting Mr. and Mrs. I I
need for intensified shortened II ,
ter. Miss Martha Close. :iL O. Clnnlnger. -" --
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Mn. O. W. 'Revell' and children I| Mrs. I B. Cohernour returned'I, training periods. ::1 I :

Annie Fay Helen, and Barbara home recently from West Vlrgliiiva! ,
,I S. L. Kendrick
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1 :;: Temporary, Buildings! ; ing time.saved; instead of paying Birth Certificates and ether .. -

: : : sonata acknowledged bad wttOM -
4.. $50 a month on pre-war methods Nemec

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t< Farm Laborers Houses ' "
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Apply N. W. 4TH AVE..& 7TH ST. malt's r..aeeJ

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AND ENTERPRISE August 27, 1943.!

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r Editor Leader-Enterprise:
t M PuNbh.e W South raiders D.4. Publbbiat at Name Vssp.se. essiatenb !ante .If wee ss'eerl.ef Following 1* a piece written by ,

. ., .. ,,,,,,, , ,,, a family friend a former
'''''''"1'' ''! "" "" ::111.1,,11'III'lltl,, ,! Key
West scoutmaster, who 1* in Iran ,
President ant ARt'Hr.R and Idll
ren born before Sept. 15, 1942, 150 degree moat of the time.
LEACH Allcna
:0....., rdlrnr will begirt at approximately the Pvt. Jenki Is not complaining; '

I NUT rUlr.LL DICKINSON same time throughout the nation, I he Is Just ,explaining what his 'i
HI" and ao.r.tr the Selective Service Bureau of, company life I* like He 1* a '

WMC said recently i member of an engineering corps. ;
I. Dade (ovntjr t t mu. lee, t ...... Tic: I' J 'W. LOWE,
I F.. $1.00. To strengthen V S wartime y
0.101. .f D.to Conntri I _, 11.00: bt SOMEWHERE IN IRAN
awIl M i rare. II.M. 'I diets nutritionally. more than
I twelve times the quantity of soya pn lP By Pvt. 3 A. Jenks
I C._ be banned ..... mall sooMr products! available last year has Somewhere In Iran where
M..h II.
III' at tile Pot main at
HIM1Md.. t.IarItI., Nadir He ant at !been allocated to civilian for the 1 The sun Is like a curse
Msr.as. 111.. year ending June SOI: 1944 Civilian er" And etch day I* followed

I will get 27 out of every I By another slightly worse,

The Old TrunkBy |hundred pound of soybean flour, Where the red brick dust

flakes, and grits produced, total I 1 I,Blow thicker than
Annie Ms-hew Flbpstrlr of 381,500,000 pounds onlt t| estimated The shifting desert sand

A memory I have of an old | that 30 I pound j And a Yank man dream and
leather trunk. were used domestically. last year wishes

Once a year she would lift up [For t fairer, greener land.

the lilt Tires wear out about four time ray n4

To lee If a moth or a roach had a* fast at 65 miles an hour at at '{Somewhere in Iran where
crept in 33 mile an hour and speed Is the | Women are never seen
To ravish the treasure It hid. most Important factor determining I Where the sky k never cloudy

There were ribbon\ and lace In an the rate of tire wear, accordingto And the grass I* never green,
old pasteboard box I a recent report by the Public Where the jackals' nightly howl

That, somehow, she had kept Roads Administration after alour.r I Rob a man of blessed sleep

through the year, Investigation Strict Arid you lay awake at night ..
And bracelet of Jet with their observance of the national 35-, 4 Because you cannot sleep

little fold UPI mile speed limit offer the greatest

And tome coral bead ring fort promise of keeping the coun. Somewhere 4n.,Iran .where
her ears. ,try's cars rolling for another il |The nail 1s always late; :

A brown allken gown that she 'year, the study concluded. I I'I I Where ,a Christmas card in April
wore to a ball, II l considered: up to date. ..r

And one time when smallpox Dried fruit packers must eat I Where we never have a pay day '.
wad rampant, I ISle asidefor government procurement And w* never have a ,cent, :
1 had made her a shroud and their entire holdings of But W, 'never miss the money a

a linen chemise, {i raisins prune, apple, apricot,I I'.. gets h*....*.....1I1I1et1 Every estr*,.... yea fey tare*** .' Because_we never get It spent .
the rarreil snug*. riM win bar JM get tack te M. Wf.. it .
Her burial outfit entente 'I peaches. pears and currants durIn 'I - ), J.4
Tile nibble !. front held tintype the 1943-44 1,1 Bad r....".to.
t . .. _season under ing for the high vitamin content .rI
of old friend continuation of last year's 'prergram _-, -,'--- ---- liven from which oil I* extracted .

And tome trinkets that once the WFA said recently''The form will alsonle4egally| force*,.ha* made a special appeal that lf superior ta cod river. oil. cep

had been mine) |Mt year more than 1J4000 ton qualified soldier Voter*.'to- particle to persons possessing certain No '>art of the ,hark I.uted, .J..
While long at the beck 'were of dried -pruneand raisin were pate In state- election high-trade or scares-items to sell ,however Shark; steaks an dried, .

some old parasols released for civilian consumption/ .' Jhem a* ,a' means of tiding the salted or canned for human con* ,

That dlvfne 1 thought." were just simply* Trucker: ** has llrii"! poultry; mast wir-effort Owner who. with tooffer : Suruptioatand: the' i rest 9f thai '.

I America's' 30.000.Odd motorists post within their,truck the'.m ,.. equipment for 'sale,'should flesh.,U dried and ground up for ".
+ 1 thought! that aomrtlme all those' have been assured 'b*'WPB that and address of the) penqniftf;,} ] te to: Emergency: Putcjias*I'' (ertUUer The akin,'' or hide, c.n. .
.things would
be mine I sufficient! new and Reconditioned when H.t* ; being:shipped,' -. .Section. Phlladetphta.Slgnallorps I, be1 u used In. the manufactur of .
An4 I'd show them. sometimela I part wlH, IM made avatlabit'Ii\ platy from ,.bIcrW.UHt; I Item* were. ] Procurement District5000 shoe*','and'(..other '"leather 'goods, 'r
T1 child. i keep the ",Uon' Wlssahickon i .Infected with her .
essential hipped UItI,' ouontl tia, types," ave. Philadelphia, husband anti:
t But the made had faded and she rolling through 1944. Even,the(grade and"weight daaiea,,'and ;.." Nothing should be.shipped''tent. In shark, Mrs, Springer
taw no charmIn country's 5,000,000 ve.hVpUs ten unless! has developed a fascinating business ",
those old I number ef head o( each the reque.-CS.: I
thing that were yean old of more! will be kept en[iOPA has ruled.I ,In Jewelry which she makesfrom
English at/led the) road by ; the and vertebrae of
'necessary replacement. I) e Approximately 16 million teeth
for I''w.th-'h of a
child who had drum part J JI ,Members of the armed s I pound of butter, in additionto the Mt.fish Springer I the author of

Not at all like the modem kid' Member ,jot the U: s., and of the re-1 f:mao: scheduled' for August,,i several, articles *on sharks, and
The old made carpet had nothing I of the Women' Army j Nation who are''eligible.to available to civilian I Ih' this
"Note Florida
I ,his Shark of
on ,
Auxiliary Corp a* soon as they War Ration Book Three month, War Food Administration t
on meWheq will :
I which Is. available at the Homestead
take the oath !
a* of theWomen' announced Previous
lined leather jceive application'blanks from
she the
trunk' lid. I. Army Corps, become eligible I their commanding: officers beginning -r' ly, 40 per cent of production was library In 1938 was awarded *
for National Service Life to be set aside for the Florid Academy of Science *
When I knew that their magic: j about It Is estii I government
Insurance and the free mail privilege mated August,19., purchase' This has been reduced medal for achievement! given ,
had really been spent that 700000 '
) each for 4h best scientificpblication
Furthermore a member! to 30 cent. year *
t laid them aslde.'I think maybe men sand women la the militaryservices per {
of the WAC who U married to a I I e .
The magic will blossom like Tsnnhsuser's I will be entitled to receive -
,service man Is eligible to receive''' I flora In Norwich. N. Y- Mr.
War Ration Book An honorable discharge from
staff Three. ,
of his adult
Springer spent much
the usual family allowance .
When show them to my baby for a the Army during the present war
life In Indianapoli H* and Mrs. '
baby. I soldiers' ,wives,. . ,I The supply of wool for civilian', win be signified by a lapel button Springer and two sons Philip
the War
} To continue the standard of the: wearing apparel I Ii approximatelythe 'I Both Department men and has announced and Mickey., came here two and
'U S. the I same as last meet'I t half yean ago from Englewood,
New Highway DangerA Army a* healthiest army: season To ]( whether officers or enlisted per
military demands Fit. ..lIdhIrd' ton Johnny,
and civilians -
I ,f sonnet, will be eligible to weari
new danger lurks on the'- existing wool facilities will the button if they hold an honor was born in Homestead. Mt. ,
highway It I I. probably brought ed during the coming three be operated to the limit of capacity able discharge Springer' daughter by a former ,

about by two thing First, the month, and an additional 1500,J Manufacturer are.reducing -1 marriage, Diana make her Mme
low speed of IS miles per hour- by. Jan 1, 1944. Major General the variety of color and In Miami with her paternal

and then, the scarcity' of car on Norman T Kirk surgeon general(i Counts of their yarns; weavers SPRINGERContinued grandparent, Air. and Mrs. IL .

the highway This new danger says: "The casualty rate In the I|care i dropping I tome of the non-st- S. Springer

I* the 'monotony of travelingany army to date has been very low tl numbers from their I line*. -
great dlatance People weave and one of the main reasons i Material produced will be familiar -
ha'i ( from Page One)
on the road, drive on the wrong been the availability. of popular, and bracticali, JACKSONContinued
aide, they gel In the habit of not surgeons on the battlefields I and In types. No colon are prohibited., the meantime, another effective
algnalllng when they turn or top, hospital behind.: the line to give! a e chemical repellent was discovered
and because of the of wounded there and the two have been ( from Page One)
scarcity our men quick ef Orient,t legal aid ranging from draw
ton we believe they get to feeling and expert car*." i jlng wills to solving problems In combined into a substance which will arrive here S-pt. 6 to be
they are the only cm on the j I IoI'k insurance: : U being l provided: tot I I is undergoing rigorous teats by ready. for the start of school on

highway This all bring about form are available to all i jsoldien by more than COO 1e1.11 i the navy."Scientists'. Sept. 13.Other.
a very serious situation to those and enlisted men of the assistance officers in military Installations -' field tests off EC.uador :. members of the Redland
who arc driving; near them. Army. to enable them to apply for In the U S. and where thousand of hammerhead high tchool faculty will be: Mr*.

People are 'not nearly a* alert war ballots for elections t*, be I abroad the War Department announcea -, and ground shark feed Baker M HIndman, home economics *
t now a* they once were when the held thl -.sr. the War Department '- ). 'At each of the:on the mullet runs proved that ; Mrs. Mary D. Nettle,
.1 When the repellent was added to ,librarian Mrs. John Whichard,
k 1 highway were more congnted report Public Law legal assistance offices, commissioned -
require these forms t& be available beet goats and mutton commercial subjects; Mn Har-
Another danger which I* -j officers of the judge advo- :
In yean when officers of the Strung on the bait line, not one land Merriam_ English: ; Mrs. Clarence
,brought about by the .m. t'luaee.1 I icalet general' department, army shark struck!I" .
and. which la quite national government are elected>iMtrvUvt! tare** who, are ab u. Cray English and Latin;
Mr. Springer! said that the repellent Mrs. Alice Edward, English Min!
la )hat the driven go to censed attorney*, are on ,duty j I Into ;
i pressed
i a cage Sue Robinson education
This If mostly true with 'destination, they operatetg| During a recent period SO typicallegal about the size of physical ;
cake of
a having
e aI"l' ( Milt Mary Ann BrOwn, social
driver There are very I hour A rule should be&tJb- assistance office reported
ly: serious wreck where the ; lisped, or perhaps a law that long|that sins their establishment they! "We aoap believe It will protect studies M. A. Baker, vocational
agriculture; R. J:. Trotter industrial -
en )save' gone to sleep end runOff distance truck should have two,have. assisted military personnel,from shark attack until they.
can arts Chas iL,
the road turning/ over Into a I driver, rr at least one driver',!I. I total of JUlIO matter jfc j be rescued from the sea," he said ematics ;and Clarence i Ooley Cray math science

telephone polo fence etc All should be permitted to drive only I Ii The search' for the shark ,.. ;

,itMvew must witch for this dan a certain number of hour f Photographic sad short.mave,pellent was begun: originally by Elementary school teachers are:

gar Remember (that the truck Driven must be alert every!fadio equipment purchased from,Dr Henry curator at Field ,Mn Flora Vlhlen, first grade;
1 you are meeting or about to put minute on the road not only to\ (private, owners la now 1 ill *rvios Museum nr Chicago, land Harold I>I Mn: Eva Fletcher, first and third

p might swerve any minute With,watch their own car. but to watch'on many battle front* a* well at J. OxJlidge of Harvard two scientists ''grades: Mn, Wm H. Russell, tee
the shortage of hp there I* 'the ether fellow There) U quite! a In the continental United State, !> who are working for the end grade, Mr*. Mary T Furry,
1 possibility that truck whl.-h'once likelihood that there are more*but more of a number of sr emc'IT S. OWn of Strategic Services/ third grade, Mrs. Charles Otis,

I tad relief driven are now belag:people InJ times.-The highway item Is greatly needed the War Mr Springer I* connected with fourth grade; Mn George Polk,
.Met.tad by a tingle driver and In ,ing normal AaiTlcanlcer Department has announced The t Shark Industries, a Miami company [little gradcKand Miss. Ruth Mur

t 'ft*rush, r of getting, the goods to 1U! .. signal Corps Army Servle,' that engage in shark lUh- ray sixth gr4. .


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f .;August ZT, 1943. .-., '.HOMESTEAD..LEADER AND ENTERPRISE T Pace Ffra,

M' DnlIIIfJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJllllllllllmmmU ply are enjoying the Winter I To Be Children' Home Choir
I weather. ." 100,000 Dehydrators Available
I IMr. I To Give Sacred Concert
For Fruits
20 Years Ago and Mn J, F. McKlmmey Vegetables
leave' tonight enroute to Kansas A concert of sacred music by
and California . .* --- the selected senior singers of the

'UN ,_.... UHM ml tntm*. I Remember the sweet-smelQnf contained food drying unit, com- Florida Children's Home will be

KlvnlT..e..N caws .e.f mi In and MM fllw.nand of "W. D. Horne took members dried apples, peaches, and other nplete' with Its own heating de'vice > given In the Perrlne school auditorium
e-. 6..d .-. 1..d.d J... of his fruits Grandmother lined to keepon 'I, -an electric heating element at I p. m. Saturday, Aug.
... 1111. OVA .....4 tM. IT. IMI. Baptist Sunday School 18. under the auspices of the
with lk. B.Mto 4 .......... MUk.H.M class to the canal west of Royal hand for the long winter light bulbs or fuel burner. Temperature Silver Palm Methodist Church.
,I Mar. .1. till. Palm Hammock this morning to months? This year you'll have a humidity, and air flow
The choir of 14 girls and eight
IIIIIInllilllUllllrlmlllllllmnrnlllPIL"Max! fish ," chance to dry your own In up-to- will be controlled by a fan or boys has been trained by the
date home food dehydntors. You blower and a thermostat.Using .
of music of
head department
Loaner formerly
Tam- "Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Simmons can use the dehydrators not only a dehydrator will be easier Stetson University.No .

pa business visits to man Homestead who made several who have been spending,the summer for any fruits you may be too than tanning. Complete Instructions admission will be chargedbut

past few months, Is the duringthe months in West Virginia, busy to can, but also for carrots, / telling not only what a free-will offering for the ,
who will Initiate the handsome man :expect to return to Florida City beets, and other victory garden foods can be dried and how long children's home will be taken the a
the last of the month. vegetables.To Rev. M. E Myer, of the
structure built by Caves and I I' each take to dry, but also how pastor
sponsoring church, said yesterday -
Walker on the southeast corner of I make sure that every possible the finished dehydrated product
"Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Weldrlck should be stored and later On Sunday the entire offering -
Krome ave. and ringlet st . method of food preservation,( prepared
and son, Wesley, are spending the of his church school and
would be available to take care of for the table, will accompany
"Fuchs' Grocery was purchased I week at West Palm Beach . ." this year's greatly Increased gar. I each dehydrator. services the plate will offering be donated of the regular to the

r this .week by the Miami Grocery i den crops, the War Food Administration On the average, the drying home, he Did.Technlcolor.
Co. from Chaj. T. Fuchs, Jr., who I "Mrs. W. R. Crow was hostess requested then War Production I process will take between 8 to 14 moving pictures of

bought it from his father, C. T. .at a miscellaneous shower givenIn Board to permit the manufacture hours. In eight hours, for example the home and Its work will be
Fuchs, about three weeks ago. ." honor of Mrs. George Fianna.gan of home dehydrators and I: ten pounds of carrots win shown and explained by the Rev.

..v Crow Tuesday wee assisted afternoon Mrs. W Mn.1, offered to relinquish critical topper -' be reduced to a single pound of Harold R. Barnes, house superintendent -
by B.
"The funeral of Mn. KatherIne Strickland and Miss Dorothy and steel from Its.own .lIot'i orange-colored flakes. To get one who will accompanythe

.LaVerelle Wolfe, who died Cameron . ," ment for the purpose. pound of dried onions, you'll have singers.
Monday morning after an operation now approved a program call1n'j I to leave eight pounds of fresh

following" a sudden Illness "Saturday afternoon Mrs. E S. for the production of onions In the dehydrator for ten choice as buyen.; WPB and WFA

'was held from the First Baptist Capllnger gave a party In honor hydrators before September 1 of, hours. A pound of dried squash are working closely with the man.

Church .In. .Homestead" Monday at of the sixth birthday of her little I this year and has authorized 31 I calls for eleven pounds of fresh ufacturen to guide the flow of. I

3p.m. -, daughter, Elizabeth . ." manufacturers to participate In squash and twelve hours In the their products to this market.

I II the-program dehydrator, while a pound of
"Ernest P. Roberts has opened I "Miss. Lula Smoak entertaineda As a starter, 11,000 of the dehydrators I dried peaches calls for nine LEGAL NOTICES
office In the Citizens' Bank
cry cf? her friends Friday evening are scheduled for production pounds of the freth fruit and

.'j building i. ." where he'wll, practice ins honor of Miss Minnie by commercial -concerns!I fourteen hours of dehydration. NOTICE OF aiDS
law. Lea Mitchell and Miss Elsie The rest will be made b> studentsIn Storage of dehydrated foods Is At a regular meeting of the

Mitchell. The young men Vocational training centers After also a simple matter. Either regular city council on Sept. T, UU, bids
':"Harry Argltls'and T. Orfandes, dressed In.overalls red ties ; I
tii.. wert fabrication and assembly of, home canning 'Jars or empty will be received for furnishing
two of Homestead's business men, and strsw hats'and the girls were :I
the, dehydrator parts by the pickle, mayonnaise, or other Jan IS months' supply of gasoline.
members of the American '
are arrayed.In
; aprons and sun fuel oil. kerosene and
students, the finished dehydrators lubricating
from the store will do. But they
Hellenic Educational Progressive nets. "
boll-I oil to the of Homestead. In.
will remain In the schools for: City
fjx" Association which! wasv recently .. -..-- must be airtight, so that the food formation 'as to quantities and
Vlormed in Miami for the purpose ..Uttle.lt.th..n.'Vano" entertained I training purposes. I will not absorb moisture from specifications be obtained at
( may
t of :educating Creeks for cltlEenW a few of the children on When buying one of the new the atmosphere. It will take only the office of the city clerk.R. .

: Chip. : ," her home street Saturday afternoon hydrators,, you'll have your choice I few Jan, and very little storage E EDWARDS,

.... _. ,In honor-of her, fifth birth II o( |1 different models. The Office space,'to handle even a good-tiled City Clerk.

S4.c"DrY.and'Mrs.. I.'A.; Smith and day. ,"" 6t Production Research and erop since dehydrated foods lose

4M4-little-pen Archer.-lft Saturdayen I Development WPB has approved M much In bulk.
route to Kalamaxoo. Mich, "'M.... .Sam f ;Davis has been all the designs, from the stand. When placed In water In prep. '

.:wwbeerthey will visit ;;'-r., and Cl nSnlllJ1\ : : hflme tilt pad' H htptief l construction as welt as en oration for the, table, the foods

,,'Mrs. t..H. Miner.. : ." two weeks oiTjccount of illness: tr,*) b sii of the quality of the expand !t'tw,assume their scrotal
t > '- r product turned out. In taste too, they
..., Frht'l
t'\.'-"A: fishing trip, to' the -fen' .... . .. .;NW' '! li::Built in< the, form of compact are, comparable to the fresh prod.'
Thousand Islw . is what W.: R: ".'.. .. ,., ,oeW eta; the dehydrators will take: net
i:* ,Crow, Edwin Hook, Henry Jlrookier .' f 4F _v- a& llttle space In. the kitchen What you will have to pay tat I

k: and:Henry Breaker, Jr. are: (Conti nued.corn Page Oael) They,average about SI Inches In yeur dehydretor hunt yet been .

IV enjoying as a vacation, ." Should |the. {dealer) give |la !tad height, 3. Inches la depth, and U determined; The Office1 W Price

check or fall to account properly Inches In width. The outer walls Administration, whow'job It Is tb

;, 'Mrs. H. HEwing and sons, for tiit farmer's) produce when may be of natural stained or set the prices for the various mod'
Far Frees*
William and Charles, are spend- fiaridM on a commission' basis, white-Moated wood er wallboard. els, estimates that they will range

f I ing. a. week at Miami Beach."Frank . ." the farmer spay :fie claim with I Each dehydrator will be a selfsee -i beween $40 and $80.The'dehydrators .
the commissioner of agriculture CAB SERVICEat
will be sold In
Ruer: against the dealer' and the dealeror
Luther Ch.nisler will Inform retail stores hardwire
I and we gladly regular -
his bandsman will be held accountable -
. leave Jthls. afternoon for him whether such dealer has obtained II III stores, electric shops general reaeenable nile
- Pahookee . ." and required to pay the
claim. : a license and made bond stores. They will not be rationed.
required under the law. A copy both WPB and WFA Day Phone. 9108
"F D. $bar, who has been "This law, therefore, protects I art I .00.00
of law will be mailed
spending several months In Atlanta every producer farm products upon determined that they go wherever
request. Night Phone ..... .. 389
returned Wednesday and against unscrupulous dealers, "When dealer receives his they can be used to preserve the '
will again be In charge of the accessory rubber check dispensers and various license a a card is Issued to him largest quantity of food for the
department of the Harris' sharks who hitherto have greatest number of people. HOMESTEAD CAB f EBYICIt.
giving his name, license number
Motor Co. ." feasted and fattened upon unsuspicious and date when license expires. Clubs or groups of farmers or O. rt _aur. free.

farmers who trusted ,A farmer before selling any produce city gardeners who wish to share
"r. R. Nixon arrived.home from them," said Commissioner Mayo should demand that the dehydrators or Individuals whohave
Vermont Saturday night. ." Losses amounting to tens of I of
dealer show this card or his li large quantities produce
thousands of dollars have come I i I cense" Ito I be preserved will have first
In past to Florida growers
"Miss Mary Jackson returnedto yean -
Homestead Sunday morning . who fell into the hands of .hYl.1 FDR
, ... aft* ters. Mayo said,
taking a course of Instruction ' Curtail spending.OJ .
in Washington, D. C." "These losses have steadily declined .. FBI savings
since the passage of the year

"Oeo. W.; Turner left Sunday licensing and bonding act two into war bonds every

for Baltimore where he will visit yean ago," he disclosed. "Last 1944 payday.BOYS.
' his children for three weeks" year 700 dealers qualified under
the act-100 of them out-of-sUte

"Mrs J. L Murray of Princeton concerns. These men, mindful of
entertained Saturday afterV the moral obligation to treat

; noon .. In honor of the eleventh I farmers right have shown themselves Driver's License
birthday of her youngest daughter to be ethical and trustworthy

Ruth. ." by making bonds and obtaining
I licenses, thus giving their .

"Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Myrick customers complete assurance of

and little son, Erwin, Miss Julia a square deal"Unfortunately I on sale, now
Petty and Mrs. L. B. Candy went however, It ap-
Saturday to Miami Beach and enjoyed I pean that many farmers contin- Tlirie .k s........aid hoe eke,
the sea bathing. .". ue to grow crops and sell them,f at .r....*.... sod ........1. fet
10 strsnjers en faith" alone. Con "I' eaeisiaieg bar's pebacalere111r's
AIonzo Vann 'of Vera who Is sequently. some of our producers ..".iwee es.tile aqIke .
,\ now employed In MiamI visitedf continue to lose, the product of a to -loa w par r

his brothers, Jim and Tom Venn,.I their toll by taking bad checksor American Legion 1101.0".s eeessi.e F Li pee P S.i's

: on Sunday" '* accepting promises not backedup will be glad ee
by a surety bond and a good
sire your NQ.
"A. Doyle Is laying the foundation state taw."The .
1 for a house on Center it, ." purpose of this statement bb.d'saeo.iVaoe
Is to farmer lor Florida
t urge every !
: "Ralph Moon writes from San I to sell his products only to Tag AgencySouth
> Bruno Cat. that he and his faaiCARPENTERS' and through dealers who hold
this act
\ I licenses under protective
or to dealers who pay actual I
: i
rath. Producers who continue
Krome Avenue Homwteasl .'
I blindly to trust unlicensedand 1.
Ne..1251MEETS unbonded dealers do so oil I II ,
I I their own pent. May II.e any :
$ M
THURSDAYS, P. Sad Per erJs ws
farmer who Is In doubt about
Lrrhm Hall I. Kreine, Homestead I I any dealer to write to the department -] .. t sour un Nat t POA a**. NOT Tworisrawemq'sperduteeIenis

.N...N...N............N.........1 I I of agriculture In-Tallahas-j J ssrie

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I f . . Social r Events in South Dade .. .. .




\ -- Lodge will hold a special meet. :

: A special dance will be held mund Wolfe of the U. S. Marines, Ing tonight to practice for Initiation Lena Grantham, fonn.rlyj Store here. She Is a daughter of

t' k at the USO Tuesday, Sept. 7, will who ls on furlough at the home ceremonies (which will be of Homestead, was united In marriage I i Mr. and Mr* W. T. Watklns of
music by the OTU orchestra and I I of his parents was present) also. heldf pn Sept s. 1o Arthur A. Eller of East I P"nCIt,.

i a brief floor show by enlistee The Altar Society of Sacred At Monday night's meeting the Mr. CUer. ton-of the late Mr.
:l. men. It was decided at a meetlni:,Heart Church sponsored the dance district deputy. Mrs. Barbara Orange, N. J, In a ceremony per- I and .Mrs. Joseph Eller of Bloomfield -

I of the Soldien' Advisory Councl i Ion Thursday evening of last week. Hendry of Coral Rebekah LodgeIn formed In the parsonage of the ,' N. J, has been In the theatrical
at the base theatre of Homestead Limeade fruit punch and white Coral Gables. Installed Mn.: Methodist Church of Bartew by I business In New York City

Field hurt Friday. One performei cake with chocolate Icing were Boyd Cohernour as vicegrandand the Rev, A. A. Koestllne former I I where he has appeared In ever-
from each detachment at the .bas. served by Mrs. John Lynch M....I Mrs. D. C. Bowen as her pastor of the First Methodist al Broadway productions. He I*

will be chOlelfor the show Ferris Minnerly, Mrs. A. E. Mosh. right supporter. Church' of this city. Quests were now In the U. S. Army air forces

It was agreed that dance numbers er. Mrs. Stewart Springer, Mrs. ; A check for $" from an anonymous limited td relatives of the couple. I I stationed. at Drane Field Lake.
y ahould be elected and arranged R. N. Chafer and Miss Jean Mustard donor and a five dollar Mrs. Eller, who has been em- land.

( In order beforehand, leaving i at the snack bar. Mrs. Gem l donation from a member of the ployed for the past two years In I For me* present they will reside
Ruehl checked hats Mrs. lodge, were sent to the Odd Fel- .
only occasional opportunities : D. the sales department of the International In 1-akelsnd.- '
for duncen to choose the music' I Marvin T. Murphy was hostessat lows' Old Folks and Children's Minerals and Chem, )I Mrs. Eller spent several days
A* there It always a preponder. the'door, and Mrs. t E. Vlh!Home In Gainesville, Two garden cals Corp. In Mulberry,. Is Joint this week in Homestead where
ance of men at the USO function I operated the Juke box. bouquets which decorated the stations owner with her brother, W. E.I she visited friends and attendedto
It WM decided to alternate cut-in lenA Geneva Hill won the door of the noble grand and the Watkins, 'of the Grantham Seed business affairs .
and non-cut-in dancet. Fait and I!pr&e offered the WACs. U. J.'O.t vice-grand were sold and the proceeds -

low music will be alternated ales I I II 'Lipman was In charge of a special added to the entertainmentfund MRS. BIRD GIVES BRIDGE LUNCHEON ,..
rt I ao that every one will have musksuited : detachment which was present which 'now amounts to

to his style of dancing. I from Battery B observation bat- I2UO.. ;. ,IN HONOR OF SISTERS VISITING kERE.
the talion of the Eighth: Field Mrs E.-S. Capllnger, lodge musician .... ..
Plans were made for tiling I I --r
lery which Is on duty Artn-I made a brief talk. Punch II
r city recreational factlltlei for I Oversea pipeline pumping station and Booklet were served to the Mrs W. R. Bird was hostessat Vlhlen, Mn. E. A. Roberts 'and
tennis, softball volleyball and .
swimming by the aervlce men I'south of Florida City, A fewcoastguardsmen 14 members present and the two a bridge luncheon Thursday the honorees, Mn. Jones' and.

The problem of transportation'I were present also -, guests Mrs. Pauline Frame of at her home In Porvenlr In honorof Mn. Root, ..:.
V and the lighting of the playground from the group now located at Homestead Mrs. T. E. Brand of her sisters, Mrs. L. D. Jones NEW MISSIONARY GROUP
e. Cornl Gables and Mrs Hendry.
I will be worked out later. I II I the city airport. !of Jacksonville and Mrs J. M. NAMES OFFICERSMrs

I Council members present were:: I It Root of Baton Rouge. Henry Kufeldt was named
Cpl. John E. Willlami of the MISS VERNICE GOOLSBY WILL BE WED I I Mn. Adrian Jacobs made high president of the Woman's Missionary

+ quartermaster detachment: Pvt TO EDWARD GRISSIN IN MIAMI RITES score and Mrs Root, second Society recently organizedby
Sam R. Londino of the 427th Guests were: Mrs Fled Suber, ,tht Homestead Church of
squadron; Pfc. E. R. Rotella of i Mn. Julian H. Webster, Mrs God.
the 471st service squadron; Sgt Miss ,Vernice Cootsby, daughter formed in the parsonage ot the Chas. H. Steffanl, Mrs. Ceo. N. Serving with her are: Mn. R.

Wynomieikl of the OTU. Aux.J. of Mr. and Mn. 3. T. Gam- First Christian Church of Miami : Wakefield, Mrs. Adrian Jacobs, E.: Hastings, vice-president and

Marvin of the WACi and W. E mon of Coconut Palm dr., will by its pastor, Dr. Everett S Redland.Smith.Miss I I MM. J, R. Brooks, Mrs. W E. Mrs B. F. King, secretary and
y D Ward USO director. Coolsby attended Rheney, Mrs. Ceo. M. Frick, Mrs treasurer, Mn. C. F. Waldron was
become the bride of Edward Grls- School and li employedby I
High now
The "dance on Thursday; Sept I Frank Hausman, Mn. Frank appointed program.chairman and
I, will be sponsored by St. John'i sin son of Mr. and, Mn. E. V.Grlssln the Southern Bell Telephone i. Webb, Mrs. Baker M. Hlndman, Mrs. J. H. Dodion* membership
oi-Mlaml, at\ 4 p.. m. Saturday and Telegraph Co. In Miami. Mr.
Episcopal: Church. A program of . Mn. Howard Johnson, Mn. Hugo chairman.
Au,. 20.The Grlssln Is a welder engaged In I
Spanish songs ceremony will be.>>Fr- war work. J JI I
music U being planned for the
M USO open house Sunday afternoon Howard
IN when Mra. W E. Oaby will I BLACK-FACE "WASHERWOMAN" PRESENtS I Jack Polk DIXIE DRUG' Johnson

be hostess to all enlisted ol .
the Second OTU and the air ball I Mean 1* and fill

who are et Spanish descent Civilians interested A. black faced, bandannaed Riven, Mrs. Edna Cash, Mn G
who speak Spanish. ,
I I.waaherwoman" ..IIG ,UUI ."ia ...Itnu.....
r In Spanish also are Invited presented the W Drlggers, Mn. J. F. Gammon: .t.
t to attend. Other hostesses gifts to Mn. (Leonard Greer Jr., Mn. Raymond Greer, Mn. Georgia i i

will tx. present to welcome the former Miss Nellie Cash, at McCoy: Mrs. Kathleen Connor '

those not Interested In this special a shower given for her Wednesday I Mn. Leroy Chambers, Mrs, YOUR NAMEA
program. and (refreshments evening by Mrs. Gilbert Ogden ',H. Fitzpatrick, Mn. Geo'l
will be served to all present. Mn. Deneston Riven and Icaah and Mn. Cy Cruze and

Mra. Adrian Jacobs was general Mn. L. H. Greer at the home of I Tom Shelby, both of Miami.Sending ,
chairman of the dance Tuesday Mrs. Career Mn. J. E. Lovelace of I gifts were: Mn. Ella I
Home, Mn. Byron Clifton, Mrs.J.
Birmingham, a house guest of
t evening. Mrs. E. A. Buchanan
: E. Campbell, Mn. F. W. MeKeehan. I
Mrs. Burley bendy and Mrs. Mra. Greer, was made up for the
Robert Crow served fresh limeade part and brought In the gifts' tied Mrs. Mary T. Furry, Mrs
A. D. Faille, Mn N. L. Chambers,
Juice and cookies at up In a sheet as laundry. I I
grape .Mn. R. L. Ogden Mrs. Alonzo
The and white color
the snack bar. Mrs Geo. W Turner
lii charjt of the checkroom schema was carried out In the ,Cooper, Mn, J. E. Cook, Miss Host ot Satisfied' Customers Sine the Praisesof
was, Mrs Chris Petersen was decorations and refreshments, Suzy Leggett and the shop crew Tested pad Approved 'Raxall Gypsy Cream

door, and Mrs E. In the favors which were tiny of the Shelley Tractor and Equip THI DISCOMFORTS or
;hojitf a.at the : rot limp 19M I
;ment Co. with whom Mr. Greer
t h ; C:. Vlhlen played the Juke box. dolls made of yarn Chicken salad -' worked. SUNBURN HIVES A
} Others present were Mrs Fred saltines, pickles, cup
p I ... .
J Subor, Mrs. L. L. Field, Mrs. and punch were served. *
J. W. Crunwall Miss Marilyn Prizes In the contests were won The Calendar NON-POISONOUS INSECT BITES

Gould. Maj.) Clifford B. Gould by Mn. lease Greer and Mn. '_M_ POISON OAK
and Mr, Jacobs. Mrs. Hal McLaughlln. SPECIAL
Present besides those already Aug. 27-Hot dog night at USO
", The usual games wen playedat mentioned were, Mrs J. F. Harn- I Aug. 27-Meeting of Princeton COMBINATIONw7H
USO on Wednesday evening -
mett, Mn. 'Charles Chambers, Casualty Station. rot
I l with Miss Cecilia Harper In Mrs. Carl Wagner, Mn 0. C. Aug. 29- USO open house. Res. SOe GYPSY
Charge and Mn Chas. T. Harper Aug. JO-Game night at USO. campfete with Res. 19c 5OC ., '
and Mrs.. Fred Redd serving si I 'I Absorbent
'MRS WRIGHT ENTERTAINS Aug. Jl-Regular VSO jdance BOX pbrstsid TIME
hostesses. Sept Meeting of Neighbor Cotton LIMITED N
Group Inglntt and solos by' CpL JENNIE LOBDELL CIRCLE hood Club with Mas. Ceo. Wright
Alvin Aronaon to the accompaniment I Mn. Olin Wright was hostess Sept Meeting of Homestead
ot Miss Mabet Ruth Pope Tuesday evening to the Jennie Casualty Station.
at the Lobdell Circle of the First Meth- see also Meical'
provided the program open Sept. Ping-pong night al
t house Sunday atfernoon when odlst Church of Homestead the: USO. HAND CREAM LUNCH

members' of the ]Pint Baptist Mrs. Lobdell conducted Sept J-USO dance sponsored at e e*
,study of of the New Helps beep
the origins
alt t Church of Homestead were hosts. by St. John's Episcopal Church. lovely hands
Cookies and lime and pineapple Testament Cup cakes and rape, Sept 1-Hot dog night'at USO. after SODA
punch wen served. Church juice were served. 3> Sept -USO dance sponsoredby smoother, and
4 members present were: Mr. and It was decided that the Clan Redland Neighborhood Club.Sept whiter. FOUNTAIN

X Mn. T, C. Shackleford. Mrs A. would meet regularlyon" the Meeting of the B."P.

:I.Paul Mrs. Robert Vrana MlaaSh.eld.ford. fourth Tuesday evening of the W: C: with Mrs. B. A. Tlbblts
Mines Frances month Instead of the fourth Mon-
Ana* c11-t0 r Sept. American Leglon-Aux. I
y ,and Ruth Rutland Misses day. Mary luncheon.
Myra and Marie Bell, Miss Mary Present besides those mentioned Iktt 71
Louise Kindred Miss Pop, already were Mrs. O. 'R. Brown,
..wtOetta. T. O. Rayburn and Mrs. R U Brown. Mrs. George AM ellrDrr..Jtn Pair Q4
Bstell Mrs. Lloyd Field Mini
Orville Irwin.Saturday's NA
dance was well attended Mary McNeill .and Misses "JW4i.. ROLLER SKATE
and Antoinette" Mo,.. !
with more than the usual IN' COMPORT
number of girls present Ginrsnaps I sa.nhfic Supplement so
1 and limeade were served g..aa.4Tl55Se11.NP.IL, yow Wartime Diet
6 1 by( M.... J. Wolfe and )fn. T. E.Klrby Dr. Leonard W. HasklnI Ad.ba.e ass. ... ..... AH these Es ntl ls-to-rxxl

at the snack bar. Mrs, Ceo. ............. fee evessm.a.e.Fa" .I tnri1es Health an Available la rure-
e N. Wakefield was hostess at the ... asstr.s ..aGLASSES Venetian test Plmamlns.
as Insures a rood supply of nutrf
Mrs. E. C: Vlhlen was
door and
tton-promoting Ingredients
of the Juke box. Skating Rink
IB NO 0. L4.n eS. niec..a.wd -I9 MM rut. o* us can 4.79
last Friday night Mr and Mn. ....
w + .r floe .. w. ina A-fc, _..
At.Wdife set yd limeede and hot
toasted roll. pip ?U*




I j[ Crochet a Handbag for Spring Chic : ;i I HomrsTtAn NfiTK-t LEGAL OP nuitniNo TRl'A'RSALg NOTICES. AMD LOAN 1! CLASSIFIED ADS II

IN VOLUNTARY PIMM ATE: Fat InicrtMa JOd a toe; rutr<)ueot JnarrUoM
; V
.. . aa Runs
Notice Is Willer .4..a that the i
fend, .. TmtMi, iMbr and kr "Mm | I
.f the revolutions atifiwd kr tile .,. 1
Mdrra. and the Baud f DI_ f .k.l J FOR RENT WANTED
H.- RiilUlnanud .... ,
the, *f Hnm.il.ni. FtarMn. dufrIM 1 .

%tk.M%am facet the pearlof and eM4 IMI Chea.aurora. tope' Lost as. I 190 Antes of splendid bean land ''WANTED--White or colored woe

'f the But d MfM and ,bead M Jrl' bbrUi AUapatUh section man of neat cheer.
rfftr. of Mid A_..'.... ... TlMdtf.,1k. appearance
; llh d.r .( .._.. ,.... M Them near franjo. Rental HIM perjure. Ml disposition, for general
1 O'Ctok P. N.. W., M Trauma MPiwIntodkr 1 I MalcolmVlaeheart! housework. Plain, cook In..
the Board .f Dnwtan Mdrr th.1..s.
I .. thn.d and with 'M .swot mod I OljrMpIa Bldg, Miami. Fla. light laundry, small house, three
appnwnl ., She Comptlvl.... .f the auto In family. Good living
.? F0wid. will oIf.. far .... ... NIl 1 (O6.2T quarters
I Indrr _M fc** M sea ktahwt h.....* and board. Good hours.
fat _... the rmialnlne erns nf Ui* A.* ROOMS and apartments. Reasonable $18 per week. Phone S7I.W-L
j ,
......,.... The TOatas _ine the
I i aisle to 'MMM end. niwt ate w all khK rate, hot water and show.I S20-U)
...Jon to the npptwnl of...* SUM era Palma Hotel. Florida Oty. I
r .............
1' A IM '"f nil the on"e to I EXPERIENCED waitress
/ the _loa p' saw Omens, ... .... to Serve
"-'". and masts BIO, be ...-.. byanr.ns FOR SALE dinner hour. Good pay. Must
tolerated In flair purrhM* kr I
character reference
..lIlno on the __ I 1 1furnish
A Bwtel nwrtli of ti>* TroilM ..t1lk FOR SALE-Man's tieycU. Mrs.T. : so mart colored bus *lrl. Bam.
I held, M tlw salon ff tk* : ll<. C. Selfert 27 W. 4th St. I boo Tavern.
nrt > n tit inch d. M P.nto inl ;;:. at I 0>3fl-tf)
Thin OClork. P. M., whir. _I.. all Homettead. (a6tt) I
k* I* Ik. .., .. and at whirl ,thn WANTED-Yard work. Rvaaona.
...... .
t> MM will W o.ntd and an.r
1 a.td "w ..4. .d. RARE TROPICAL TREES, ahruba I ble. John McIntyre Leave

...iMl the. Itik dtp rf Amount. A, D. ornamentals, pilmi. Phone Cal word at Texaco On '-Stup Sta

I IMS.I rHAIl. 0. TDRNK kins, 583-W, 2 mi. w, of Florid tion. .27)
STKIXA W. HARPtR. City. (23tf)
1 A. Tnntwi o( the Nnin*.
1 Mad. P-nlldlni .... Loan LOST WANTEDCOLORED
I A nHntV-a In Voluntary _
nw.ewka. v.4 Lfoul40t.lotl.II. .
| +IAu.. te.17. *.|... .. IIMIIKATirc loST-Fuel oil ration book. U MEN

C. Aldrich Florida City Fla.

nifWOHlTION AND TO CL"8K and brown mule. Skinnedon
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r --I CIATION UNDER Title PHOVMION8OP front anJ back toot. If found I

CHAPTER ar ACTIONS **.! please. phone !>-". W* will
'*PHE Clever me of Accessories cast give a "new lease on We" to familiar. I AND Neat INN STATUTE LAWS OP
JL crocheted of : Tim: KTHTit nr FLORIDA AtATHOREO pay expense. etpertrace.et'e..af1..
coetumtf. Handbags cotton rug yarn will be valued In'
: II" MILT AoorrrnRKBOtOnoNS
I' ;'t time when other handbag materials arc scarce. This on* rib Or PTOMIRo'.DRRa
V-itci for a smart, corded effect and a contrasting color for the Hr and AND BOARD OP niRECToFS 0. PERSONAL I Highest rate of pay. Timeand
',ope twist trimming on the flap. Directions for crocheting this handbagPosy PAL, HOCIATION ANT A P.THE ,
'ROVlon: PT THE COMPTROLLER or a half for overtime (41)
be obtained; br sending a stamped, self-addressed enve':o-> t 0 uieilieedlstporlc AVON PRODUCTS
Department ef this roper specifying design #2U.. TO ALL STATE CREnrronii FLORIRA.rrootnoT.n. ho"".
Pun AND ALL PKR.nx HtVINOri tf YOU WISH representative! j .
,.IMII nR n'MANDS AGAINST call, send card toMrs- Anna Ctoleuenmth. ,
Oatmeal If a good meat stretch vitamin A as one of the Inner PAID ASROCIATION.V ; Homestead, Fla., FLORIDA
4 rk ef Km4v iMitl4
>> fa* r
er. Use It uncooked ai would leaves of head lettuce.To )
you and rr ulrxl to PUMII! ear rUlimo (3130
cracker crumbs -as the binding 4iw .>4ikMl. rM. ..r rKhwf v.w. ..-. I j SERV.CE
keep leaf .lettuce crisp and .. h... _,.... tK. RnMUTKtnmii'.niNn 'FREE. If cereal acid causes yot I
I material In meat loaves, croquettes good wash It then'roll the leaves *N" 1.044 ASS-VIATION. pains of Stomach Ulcers Indl- 110 N. W. tint ST. MIAMI
I . .
of H .1J. D o4o County PWrt. t-
and patties. Use it In loosely In a towel to dry. Keepit ....1.!. W. H.-",. II.-. Bk...fW* and petition, Heartburn Belching (Ask for Mr. IJncard
soups and stews. covered In a cold place but Ck... n. Tu..... UM ...1... and duly .po BJoatinf Nausea Gas Pains
points TmKM saw lr" I
One leaf of greenleaf lettuce don't keep It very long before us ............. IIIr DM MUM In Itelr .tI ... get tree sample Udf. at

has about forty times as much Ing. V R-aw-us. d. DU c-.... FlarUa. .AH.. Brown's"Pharmacy. (po29) 1
.bias f was" iMCvr* wkatoorwr. GROVES WANTED'HAVE
-- - -- tludliw tblm '"f ItorklmfcWl. coast Wrrmwrlr ,,
etk ofteptesb.er
will tow tins as th day
.. la end DM who the CASH BUYERS,for large
\ t.rto.t within tor 9wr Inns the dau A. B. INS.D.ta4 .
.- I lot the Orlt kl..1oa .......,. an Char Alb'Jtb; and small groves, with and
I Ur d <<_t. A. D
by AM 1"0" eels Itt' Statute Iowa
I., Iho stew M ........ .... homes,

4 .. I Dated, ,this l'!A- joy d.As.r-tot A. D. I.. I. a LEATBERMAN. SPECIAL ORDER-One buyer
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HARPER; I wants about 20 acres In grove
'; Visa *T CIPOHH Ovwl.
. .
1 "i Pd.5L/ i I with nice home-and about 20
Dada GaietyFlorid.. J
',. '.. .. HAS. at TURNER.lAtw. acres
I i adjoining for future development
: Clr...h C..$ l..l -
1 ; ;' ' :" ': -A'' M n........:1. I.. n, 246 one. I.A. with a portion ot
; : c.' +!
1 7.n 1e. 'Nil ft N. TnIl1lTT. D. :
.". '" ... : I I I (Asa. s It 10;: Iff: .....'a; Neu, I i iilade if poulble. Please! write)

t.I; ""o." ". lot' .' "" . .' .. . 1 I. '. *rn Well Pit.'MM:.- I IOrll'loiU I 7.1 N: V.: 'Jnd St;' Ph. M21t

Kotfe -Anwar given thai Ras.Rip. y =- a... 10.1 0. a Du. Miami, f la.
.. I.olda .alen.r d Chu WoolfT. I V
.....: .. s..iasa 'Iwrel.b.
01. .. 11I_....>4 III U. dawtlMk l
t; City Council win fit as aboardd4'equalization. .. : It I Drab*** .Dfatlfaa .1'...jC.rU/lo.l. N_ the day af I.". .. D. lots,? .... 'WILL PAY $S to $V for Junk
tiled C.a/f/.ato tor Moo and'h.a
each bead 1- awd tit Tub dap of just .::: ap.H.nlyn ::: t.- d..t to w j cars -.alto farm machinery.

.t r'";"". :."' .- :-I Mondayfrom ., .' .. "' ,: '. I A. D: ''''. .Itu ;filed rid ...dlfI.w" in IM sheave oabnpa In arcordam tH .14wiw.HS \Io.. [M d.d ,I IOnAlfhsI Wolfe; Auto Wrecking, Pf O. Box

8 iliitil'10"P. M. from Aug.1: I any office, and Iou .... appllnllon fortai waved pnia ny, iHuated In Dad County.IrrUa. < 79A Homestead .Fla. Photo

:3 through Sept. 13, 1943, to I deed to hew there.. n In cordae.wlfh LX. IS.to-whl Oa
law. low. wrll0le... _knMM tit Pan I* In tit City *f Miami c..... '
FAT hens. J. R. Bcvls Ulfsstore.
hear complaints as to tax values I I.t t* ml Dnda. Mat of PkrUn.rt Mr
following dMttlWd illaaM la
property .anw.aOI d said prn.rrtp (dlSU)
for' 1943. Dad. 0....... r- "t rt Ik* CrrltftMt, board waa In :thfj I
I .j vow. ol v...... .
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Let IS, Plot L Klnsl Cmrt.iuk a u.... now ....., .. ..11 w

I Flat Book II, Pan 44. In tit bas doe.ad lkiM.candle on ',*..INset lit day Madill..f .... TUNE IN ON

County of Dad, Slat of Doriia.TK . A. .
R. E. EDWARDS Dated IoDu:day rf JnK. A. T>. .....
aMmmnl of saw pmarrtr ttno>r I .. LtATHKKMAN.Clrrk
Every Sunday at 12:30
,... City Clerk. I tit emlfkat based VMS .In the naawof of Circuit cook.
lIP AI Caanty Florida.Conservative w 1Of.unautll.l.nuul.nmulllnuu/
V.k.... Veins saw. Mttlffcat th.ll Cbnlt Coots Sgt.er .
he xdnnKd N. C. .TUUTI' P. C. ', ,,"?.. '' I uuuwu
amnHil to law, tae drd
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"' *" ,.-House in Homestead. $4,750. Cash. .
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,':' Ten acres .glade land on" East.. Mowry. Road' >. '.R. t

.'close in. All cash. '
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. '; Benjamin Warren Morris

Registered Real Estate Broker

, IU'I 210 S. Krome,'Homestead *>\0,:*v- ',*- Opposite'Pest Office
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