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: April 21, 1944
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 )
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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: VID00643
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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CitIj i Qt? beah';4Lndui"raa applied
y. YedrsedsybN.: ; Brook) GREETS GARY COOPER TROUPE IN PACIFIC

t..- fJI the Gainesville experlmaet atar . .
.. Increasing Jooal Interest In politic
Lion 'on thawfarm of Russell .
Lions Club Will Elect will"be met by two rallle to J
Bom The new h
treatment It
( New Officers on May 16 be held 'In Legion Park this week
v.being, made In. :co-operstlon; with end when six candidate for various '

."v the Subtropical., Experiment St.J .. Plana were made at the Lions office will have opportunity i
'UoJI
Club Tuesday evening for the
vt."J.I. ) Moor of Ttfton to woo the district vote. '
Oa., annual election of officer on '
wa assigned Ut* in February by May 16.Harry. On ot the rallies wilt be that

.. ', the U. & Department of Agricul r. Songdahl, chief navt. of Lex Green, .candidate for governor j
,tore ,to the South Florida :.bean. aster for Pan American Civilian who will speak at J&o: P. ;
rowing area to study and work Air Transport Command who recently m. today. Candidates for other .
out t cure or Control for the bought a home on Tslbot
fungu office not"conflicting with' Mr. ;
rd.. was accepted a* a new member -
Twenty thousand dollar WM of the club. Milton Harris of Green' candidacy will probably

". allocated for this work, and the Jacksonville wa* a guest. be Invited to share the platform,

Florida congressional delegation but &.WM not learned jresterdaych
}.RC ets1RAMMdmer4 ,to'the .
'arlCi ltural TOGO ts particular .r.ek.t. mlntitbe
appropriation bill to Pll: RI3IRD
'. assure continued financial pup. called 1I1i,
port until the Job la done, grower A"Cbmln.to..h.rtff rally will
have been assured ON AIR MONDAYFOR be held Saturday (tomorrow)
at 8:3ff and
night in'Leglon Park--

r Rotes Hear Inspector SEN. GRAHAM the Chartinf 'campaign managerannounce
that seat will be pro
On Child Labor Law vided. Speaking also at the In-

I Preston B. Bird, chairman of I vttation of Mr. Chaslaln, will be
Only in agricultural 1 ,
children it work may Among those serving in the eight inches of rain a day, hail the Dade County commission, Judge Alston Cockrall of Jackionvllle. .
ate be employed a* young< ai Fred years'of Morris, I Sixth AI'DIJ.In the SouthwestPacific a grass hack for quarter and'i'win speak In behalf of the can candidate for the U. S. Senate .
tate child labor Inspector who count Homestead as sleep In A rubber hammock didacy of .Ernest R. Graham for and Pat Cannon Dan Chap-
the Homestead Rotary Club 'at;told its horne ,1* Lt "Col. Frederick R.I which has a built-in mosquito governor At 12:89 p. m. Mondayover pell and Clyde'i. Epperson, candidates -
noon meeting Wednesday in Legion I Weber shown here on the extreme netting cover WIOD. Mr. Bird made a for Congress
HalL right Standing next totoL He i* now the ranking lieuten- similar radio speech In Jacksonville At the Chastaln-for-sherttf
This was brought out Webef Is hl.commanding officer I'tnt colonel hi the division which Apr. 13 when he predicted rally, the Andy Boyett band
In
to questions from member answer of his CoL Chaa. B. Lym n. In he joined in Hawaii as a first that from 80 to liS per cent of the heard each morning ever WQAM,
audience, Mr. Morris the group also are.;'...entertain, lieutenant. His wife and three Dade....vote cut will be for Cra- will plat, and Mayor Harris will
emphasized ..
the for mont, troupe, Gary "Ctl pet. UnaMerkel !,"children were with him to Pearl ham. be master of ceremonies. A similar -
necessity the
to get or school'cer employer and.phylll Brook: Harbor when- the Japanese at In one of the series of poll of program Is scheduled for Fri
'c. tificate An age employer CoL Weber, now In a combat' tacked on Dec. 7, 11141, They left] "the man on the street" taken day. Apr. 21, bl Goulds.
double Indemnity for* 'in-attested song, where there fa ,u much as!I'I (Continued on Page Eight) by the Jacksonville Journal, Mr. Chastaln win ravlew',,,'*
'record for the past 11 year *.
Jury to a child from whom no Graham was high man with Millard -
age ,
.,'' B. Caldwell Frank D. Up-I constable of District 1, and will
4 or school certificate
was required
, .he aald. Local Marine Fighter Pilot Shoots church and Lex c.7"M trailing 1 (Continued on Page Eight) .
Mr. Morris discussed other him in .that order, Bird.A .I
phases of the child labor law ,Down Two lap Zeros in Three Days'vlcllllll consensus of.U the poll Homestead Tomatoes

and answered many'other,question showed Caldwell leading with ,Analyzed .In, Survey" c
t *. Graham la amend place, he aald.In .
... Br Seeend Lt Wm. .. Brett of the war his Jacksonville talk, Bird Dr. Byron Jane and Dr. pharea
'
Marine Corps rouse BelaUaa The M-year-old Marine airman.. pointed out that Graham' experience Decker of the Gainesville expert- -o
I@iiding 1 P..w./J. d txncte.Bou.invine son of .Mrs., J. tt'.Free,1EfHomestead .. .of gained la' representing Dade ment station visited the Subtropical -
;By ,City Council Mender 'destroyed hi. latest for'' the past eight i yean In the Station Wednesday and
(Delayed)-Major zero actt dosed In for1ft on state' senate would prove an Invaluable took with them tomatoes grownon
t A permit I Wit granted.Monday Wilbur, A., Free Marine fighter' one cf the bomber. asset In the administration the station farm for analysis
night by the city.council the pilot from Homestead. FU. shot Pushing ;net'ttron,080 'feet -"of state affairs a* governor, of mineral and vitamin contentDr.
Church of, Christ In the negro down two 'Japanese Zero within, he sent. a stream of machine'IUft QiUmm't successful record a* ItaftMI" ,Jane and Dr. Decker" are
: 'r, qlJlJ'ten't erect Itts bullefngon three day' while 'escorting Marine ,
a buM ,>to' Its fuaetog*" The 'and business mr. was making a statewide survey to I
toots It and 40 In Stock I of :clve bomber;and torpedo 2IiIIotWunt'o't.he.left '
I : and stressed ala by Bird. check the food value of vegetables -
'Central Commercial AdditionI bomber 'CIftI'' Rabaul,.New Brit Major Free cut inside and tll'4lCl1faIA. Graham's'postwar plan were grown la the vartoua farming

J.: Subject. to approval by .Build**I ,sin ; .. But grill, the Zero didn't commended by Bird a* "funda areas. The local station U
(Continued on Page light :they i6are bU second and third fU.",He.pulled up a third time mentally sound and workable"1 growing bean for analysis. aa

and held the trigger; for several /ten* rather than "Idle promise.*'..u.-.uwnatos., ;
second It bunt Into names and I

I. Reception''forMrs.'Planned by Leca4 Women Ernest for R. Graham,Salwday i missioniMaJor.'crashed/Two day Into earlier a Free coconut,on wet a grove.a similar Zero I Two Ex-Soldiers,\ of W&rW'War Two ;;"

head .on and; bleated it to bit. Elected to Office by Legion Post Here

Wonau of the .Redland merrier be aselshd by'Mrs: Fraderick r R. (Continued 051.,Page Eight) >SIBBBB1

,ire Invited to meet Mrs. Ernest Weber and .... Preston B. Bird. I Two ..-eoIdJ *. of World War elected second vlte-commander.
to the 'Gnha.-tar. Capes, boN< d'ouvre. and ** THE WEATHER Twe' army were elcted to office and John Btrget wa* chosen third
F' 1 IliA" so 4" face'santtwtcfae* will. --= _.* by John O Saucy Poet of the vice-commander. +JI
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...... IHailaa afH 1Ie-.ed. American Legion '
Wednesday Other officer elected were
(i ,: frwn StoloVtoek. Man, In. Mr*. Graham' party will be: Bata Mu. .., :"". Saba Bight,. Hug P. Benda, chaplain; Wm. J.
.
-Wan *> wejpajajaa. .... *M MM Nell J'Hayes, Mrs. -- James Wollam wa* chosen first GeronloM service' officer' and
., -.T IM70?*! **. *** i--..' Air T/T.JMaYtn*.' Mrs' 'Cliff Bleeder April 13...r.. '1.07 rg1:90'Apr. : via-coWAnander.and Wm. Webb historian Dr. (]eo. D, Rueble.' MNbnnas
(<7J.DMMmpleJ-. and M a. Lon Worth Crow Jr. anf II 'M wU' 'elected sergeant-at-arms. ) and Mr.. Geronlmo, trua-
: ,.ear,Mr*. .'11. ......., Mr*.. w. 'O. Mefcrteaaof ...;:.:,.. ,0' Brook*;Mr. Mul Hatty Um. >A.< "CbrM OeWwa, atta.-1 T.'KfJ* =:IC .Nk. front the army. After the meeting. Post Adju
"' a*,. Artfcer and Mrs Walter We*... Kbaraol: of Mind Beech. Mrs; J. .:!:.er06'c'eS, '09..7 Joel J.. Robinson wa I4haneed.fbwt' taoft.Oereadmo. was notified' by
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' 'r ... -I Capt. Victor Johnson of the Put .P'tecIl. Fucns, Jr, ,bat,IHdferty Made Del '
P 'Merchant Marine la spending *Ir. transferred tOrBoce. Baton I To
National
OUR MEN IN SERVICE '!week with his family at their Chanute. Field. ., TO. Convent
home en Epmore dr. Capt. Johnson -' At the spring meeting of
i will return to sea duty Sun- Jack Kemp, son of Mr. Bessie John't Presbytery inMs ,
. _____ _ << '" 30 ''day. iabnbu.4
, .. u . Kemp, bat enlisted in the United ( week, S. M. HdlftI't6J1<<
States Naval Reserve and has Could was elected
delepta<19,
} Promotion Announced Capt: Frank E. Ferrell, wearer I Pvt Adolph Lopes who la stationed -, been sent to Camp Perry, Vl., for represent the presbytery st.ttj,
, II t For Myron Grennell of the Distinguished Flying Crow at TyndaU Field near Panama Indoctrlnal training annual, meeting of the national1
with one oakleaf cluster, the Air I City, ria, gave a blood' 1 assembly, of the PresbyterChurch |
Myron Gaylord Grennell son Medal with two oakleaf clusters transfusion last week to 11-year-I'I'I which will con:
of Mr. and Mn. V. M. Grennell. the Purple Heart, and gold wings I old Judine Childree of Panama Two Redland High Schoolltu-,I II Mir it Montreal N. C.
service
for
has been promoted to captain at from China Is now being pro. i dents left Saturday .
City who WIt severely \II'IItclwt
t 'Mr. '
, his station ceased through the with the navy Jack Stepp, who Holferty, who ftpre
In Camp Adair, OreCapt army air forced December when her clothing
1# made his home with his brother- Homestead Presbyterian Cat
,
redistribution "
Grennell, who la station at Atlantic -
serving
soldiers
F at the
lire Six
I with the Infantry, was graduate City, N. J., and will be sent caught flexible school respond I in-law, W A King, win be stationed -i' the presbytery, returned ,
gunnery "
in Norfolk, Va. Bill Levy, Lakeland Wednesday,
from to San
I Homestead High School and Antonio for a sin-week ed to the plea for blood donors, t
,J attended the officers' refresher Mrs son. of Mr. and Mrs Win. Levy i
University of nor. course
but Adolph the of
was only one
Ida. Ferrell Is with him In Atlantic the six whose blood matched that i,will receive indoctrinal training at,I 11 Francis JWords Brady Write
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City and she Jacksonville.
and Baby Sharon of the child. Adolph to a son of s e e for War ,
::1! Walter Branam Writes who la now with her ,maternal: Mr. and Mrs. Mario Lopes. i I
Of Marshall Battle grandparent In Pittsburgh will e a Cecil Walker has been accepted Francis| J. Brady of &nil4caf
',' accomPlJhJm to 'Te: =al. Capt has at Camp Blinding for army or Monday received copies of.J hitntw '
Harold J, Powers been promoted -
''S "I was on the Manhslls, and Farrell returned to the United to private first class at the navy service and i* awaiting call war tang, "Good-bye. SweeW! ',

landed with the first troops that State Mar. I after more than a engineer unit training center ,*t to active duty.. heart Good-bye," for which-1t14
r bite writes Walter Br. IDI,. year in combat as first pilot\ on Camp Claiborne La. At the time e music WM written b* !"H,) ;
:\ Homestead Marine, In a recent a Liberator in China and. will be of his 'promotion, Pfe Power Loren Campbell, William Fatula land of the United
It letter to the Leader. "It was stationed In Fort. Worth, Tex. was serving with the 142d Engineer and Oscar Cloninger 'returned -) pony of Salem. Ind.' M1II14"
quite a battle, but it dldnt last I Base Equipment Company, last week from Camp Another song of
t long. The army was there but Sft John Barker arrived last under the command of FirstLL Blanding where ,they were accepted Will.. We Forget I* being'x:
{ : we didn't sec ft until the battle week So. vUlt Mrs? Barker ..ftertao.pltaUZa Paul Hoffenberg. His wife, Leah, for service. I to in .too by the Song Write*

.. was over . I receive the paper oo la California. He make her- home at 11 K.W, Second Guild. _ .. "iajjiE.
and It I* Just like a letter reported to Miami Beach Sunday ave Station Members Give

from home. I psss it around to for reassignment . Clerical 'Aid to Clinic Kirby, Mrs r. B:fJretS"o MifMiss
,
: i.1. e e e [ ., :
all the boys. .attending .
CpL Walter C Kaschel is I Ruth Fox. Mn; T T, Btni
. Walter Is the son of Mrs. MI, Word has been received that a 12-day court m 50 Three members of the Homesteed wen, Mrs W. A. J. Kopp and *4!
I' White of Homestead.. Pvt. 'Cdrdea ,Pafford of Florida caliber m.chlna'l\IftI at Camp Casualty Station help 'each Kirby wilt be on duty next week,*
: City who was formerly stationedat Davis, N. C Cpt KascheU. younger Monday afternoon with clerical ,-' . John Mum/" Brannon of Camp Wheeler, Ga, has been son of Edward Kaichel of work at the venereal clinic Id the
+ Route One. Homestead bas been transferred to Ft Benning, Ga., Homestead I* stationed at Camp Dade County Clinic. 'BUV A Flrnu
n promoted to captain In the army for technical radio Initructlon. Leonard Wood, Mo Serving this week were Mrs. T 11..... the ) t lJ ,

quartermaster corps ,
. T
t! Two sons of Mr and Mr I -
;
! Ota J. Luke of 105 NW Thirdj
j ". Homestead are serving with '
Is !Senator More Inteirestei
I f the navy machinists Charles, mate Jr.. Is in an England aviation -- Pepper (

where he helps keep Liber -
I stor bomber Dying on patrol
: :flights over the Bay of Biscay in "War Profiteers" Than in
I g Prior to hit enlistment In the

l t navy on Oct. 9, Ml, Charles
served as a mechanic with the I

.... army air forces Another son, the War?
Lt W. LeRoy Luke, USJfR. 1 It in Winning
the Pacific Hit wife makes her.I _
; home In Daytona Beach, ,,_ ,_ I 4

. \ . f I 1 *'" TilE, MILITARY AFFAIRS COMIITTEEf'OF, THEt;'
: 1 J.
Lt. D. O Spellman has been I' '

.. transferred from Key West to the I CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES, SAYS: k 'i :
.New York navy 7rdLt I .
I In Its report after Investigation Into the causes for corned In the purchase "to the necessity of Senate!
: Harvey Rue recently spent the delay In the construction of Eglln Field, an army confirmation' for their promotions, ,
i iI'
air field at Valparaiso Florida, and the atPensacola '
six day sit home on a ten-day airport The committee concludes its report with the I
delay en route from Fort Knox Florida, that It wa caused by the sue statement In reference to Senator Pepper "The i
Xy. to Camp cestful fight of Senator Pepper to force the government Committee deplores most strongly the fact that
Campbell Ky LtHue any 111ftI'mbtra
to the
buy asphalt from the Pan American
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I' left bert Apr. II and spent of Congress would exert. sufficient Influence 1 :
Corporation, represented by a law firm with whichhe
the night In Jacksonville with his once had connection at a ,price, much higher and that an established government .agency r !
" father. Frank B. Rue who was than low bid. This done the would be so susceptible to such Influence, as to
the was say committee
I' returning home from nearly amonth's by references made by Senator ,Pepper In S cause unwarranted delay In ,the completion of of a I
the national
essential to development
the
project *o \
1 stay a In e Hot e Spring heated ,discussion with government officials con defense. ......' i i


. Henry (Sonny) "Peters Jr, FOR HIS ACTIVITIES'IN THE ASPHALT DEAL
.. 1 :
, + 8 !-C, I* serving with the navy : :' ;
In
the Pacific. ,
e e .
Ensign Allen Pope has been PEPPER IS CONDEMNED .

transferred from Winiamsburg.Va ;
.. to the .
Brooklyn navy yard. D -' I
Ensign Pope who tween his appeal for Intervention jn the war and hl.j ,
recently re
;celved his commission la the By the Democrats: motives for intervention the oil company deal." r I

elder son of Mr. and Mm J R.. 'W. '<
Senator Walter P George after to
:4 B ,POP refusing' .
. recommend the purchase of asphalt, from the PanAmerican By the Nation: :

"At one time Jhere were four said: "t deplore Petroleum political Corporation interference or In anyone government else, 'The Washington Dally' Newt bad this to say"J!:
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from Homestead stationed contracts." editorially about this asphalt deaf "Yesterday an.article
bt the Tucson (ArIa) area, but by Thomas I* Stokes, concerning Senator
BOW I am the only one," writes Pepper and a rather sticky asphalt contract for an
CpL Wm. T. (Bill) McConnell In By Republicans: Army Air Corps field In Florida,, precipitated more> t' Jj j i
t recent letter. "They were Bill than an' hour of lively debate In the U. & Senate/* I
Bradley at the Then aU the remarks were expunged from the rec-
University of Art.
Senator Tobey 'said. In. reference to Senator .
'ord, because'eome of the things said seemed to fe --i-Z
tons. Carl Frederick and Virgil Pepper when this__asphalt deal tame up for fled upon the motives of certain 'members of.lhag 5 S' '
Bailey at Davis Monthan and the floor of the senates "Wb '
diacusslojvfn a a high august body. : J f to* \
,myself. at, Manna Army Air govenusln,official beats the, drum for war which "We .lah.bare merely to, say ,that this new'Taper *-; .. j
Fielda Morris PuTton also live will rout In huge profit to certain companies In is not bound' by'the protocol of ,'senatorialeourteay.1 -
here aa well as Cliff Amos who the United States and when that tame high govern Tbe factse have published about the '
'works here on the field. s Bill r ment official uses his high office ,by active intee nveotton asphalt contract will not be:'expunged'' fromJqurar i/ ;
,Ie the aon of Mrv and Mrs W.,T.McConneU. ., oKtfchalf of, a great'oil company In'the) columns : '.- Our sentiments were expressed) an '
matter of bids' for tr tl'l""b'" then contract .officer of the Army Corps of Engineers who hw :. t t .:<-
should lo te the-lowest' bidder; the danger la that -/nilookM into the facts by order of Assistant: fleet : r
;1 t. 'people may' Mjjeve that there is 1 connection Dart rctary-cfIs 'War ttetsoc-cpmmentedrrit'tlmks'' :, ,1
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'" 1 fttItaI, I .. re-elect. :Senator .Claude Peppier :' lr !

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POLLOCK RImCONDUCfED Death Takes Dr. Engle I Belief in Basic American ideals I II U)Judge the peace-time Edmund economy.also declared
I
At Key Largo Residence I Stressed by Edmunds! Senate Race: that ".U governmental board andbureaus

IN I ... . must be brought back
m I 1 Or. Ceo. L. Engle. S3. forVner i Judge J. OlUe Edmundi of -Judge Edmund compared the under control of the court of the
&; resident of Homestead, found "
was I Jacksonville will speak la Bay.I ., land.
SIGN LANGUAGEFuneral I 110,000 total Of federal employee
dead his
Friday at
Key Largo '
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SP home where he had lived for Thepast I I front Park at I p. m. Wednesday.: U Florida with "only ,000" employees "I do not believe there la any
I Apr. U tw hit Candidacy for the In cute government 'I step that could be made which
services for Fred I.I] wen SO held yean.at a Funeral Miami service funeral: !United States aenate. I Moreover, lie said the federal, would more quickly. restore confidence .
Pollock, Homestead deaf mote( home Monday. afternoon and County Commissioner J. Lamar I government ha today some I,-I ot the people In the opera
were 'conducted In the First Bap-(burial took place In Woodlawn Paxton It In chare of a South 300,000 employee. "nearly twice Uon of their government than
gist Church at Homestead Sunday Park cemetery. Florida committee of farmer,I I a* many employee ace,nhe total to make It clear that citizen of
afternoon by the Rev. Frank, business and professional men I population of Florida". I this nation have a right to have
Dr. ,
Engle retired
E. Philpott of St Cloud, and the leaves a dentist organized to assist Judge Ed-I: He' warned that many, It not their problem presented to in.dependent .
hi wife,
: Anna two daught
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f Rev. I* B. Crantford. pastor e Miss ; munda in his campaign. I jell, o*,the special court: bureau judge, who do not
the church. .The funeral *ermon1waj ten basses and Olive Mill Ida Ingle Engle of of TalU-Key Speaking In Miami lat Frldatj: and board created at war>nececltafed I have the Job of making law or
preached In the sign 'language Welt; a ton. John, of Miami and In the interest of his I operating agencies win be executing them, but whose sole
by'Mr, Philpotl and the commit a lUter,. Miss Olive Enfle of; XI for the United State maintained after the war unless function 1* to Interpret I.w..m-
Iii l tal Service at Palm Cemetery.(Paso Iristndiantovn Judge J, Ollle Edmund of Congress r-amerti Its author. stead of tome bureaucrat
Narenja, was conducted by. Mr vllle. urged "reconaUu fftate'l Ity aMT< ke* control of goven- "When citizens lose faith ta
dad CranUord and translated Into government the people : ment paMtiei and law making :tribunal which have the right ot
Figs language by Mr. OpoH'tot All" "were* here for. ''on4'respecta; M against one we "I agree that many. war-time trail-aa have many boards, bureaua -
the benefit ot Mr. Pollock': mute the'funerat cannot understand and therefore agencies were necessary, but I also .commission and special
friend. The hymn, Nearer My Pallbearers were Paul Blount,1 fear." ( believe that an of them should court created by the executive:
Cod to Then" oat "ning" In Chester Erwin and W. A. Mclntyre " fountainhead Instead of the peopU .
sign. 1 am a Florida-American\ who] b* afeollihed just a* soon after
Language, all of Miami ancnh"'l:: believe* la simple and bade peace come a* will be consistent or Congress.-cltlxtot lose con.tdence .
etr ..M.IIJoctr, ST. died Apr. 13 Martin Pvt. James Kara and American IdeauT lie tald. ."I with national security," Judge In.free government and
Fred
Redd'df Homestead. their faith It
Irretrievably lost"
.swathe result of. Injuries hold that government la Juat' asstrong' Edmund atld.
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: Apr. 1 when he wu struck received Burial waa directed: by Ge, wV aa the devotion of 1U people "But It you believe this win be Judge Edmund, 43 resigned
>y-..-ca*. Durinc the, part year Turner of the Turner' Funeral to It"-o'tronger. done without a struggle Juat talk tome fix weeks ago at county:
he wa, employed ,by Badd Dry,, Home. "I' adhere to the tradition. 'of with any bureaucrat you know judge of Duval County to enter'
Cleaner but before that was a Southern Democracy which or can locate. He will tell you the race against Senator Pepper.
fruit: packer. BICCr CUMMINO TO FUACB treasures the protection of our in1 beautiful and Impressive! language H* had served a* Duval county
constitution and the bill of right the very many reason why Judge for nearly 14 year. He U
Mr. Pollack leave: hi* wife, The Rev. Bruce CumnUnf of -and which place In our peoplethe his particular board or bureau married and father of two chil
Martha: two sisters. Mm. Agnes Bartow will conduct the II power of government. should be retained for operation dren.
Prlne3)T7IK6flpto;:: ; Fla and .o'clock: service: at the Homestead
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: titled below, ere-l"'!.Vf bu1workab'leways f.war"P..tu ;tir ....;... wluV4': : MOM ... .
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of eontroUlngfi* "-. era' pl ll ; Th.iljitream e :
eradicating this bandit, the rat Books'anl Magazines ala cartons for the U. S. /trr47emel'ltllcy propellor would blow alt its :
AND KOTIRHUSl 1C" ration, ten paperboard feather oft So they drop the
Screen ventilator In fOWl a- i"UUOlll of old books and magazine
H i..4 w 1111 tlon Valla, and all, root..ppenl'Ntaudl. lying unused m Americas boxed lor 'M cat bullet, pigeon overboard In M ordinary :
containers for lifeboat' Inflation sack Seconds i
a* sky-lights vent fend home, libraries and-office: are thirty grocery later
.. ,=-.r.. chimney flues. It cartridge or More of loosened bythe driving airstream .' ;
w a.saa cave.,. ) urgently needed now aa raw material -
other military Items that may the tack drop and
Block or Kreeo all ventilate** for thousand of essential away
the difference between life the bird Is tree, with au
or openings under eaves of roof; item of war, announce Herbert mean ptu- .
au AllClrR screen all door, window, transom and death for our own bojn. wage still Intact -4
re.Y.N w. sea.. R Faust director of the salvage
and work that are division of the. War Production Waite paper collection are now IHNNNN..NN.rNN.N..N..NY
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Repair ak* In exterior and civilian requirement,
} MAlT mum lCltbilOIf "Waste paper I* the nation's With Uncle Sam '
Now w0...... wall with meal or cement Io-, frost critical war material," Mr. Mr. Fault said. ...........N....................... "
.--,. stall metal collar or close withcement 'I Faust said. "It U M Important

U 0.d.. fUMCIlrrlOM Cs.tr I I IM.. S.CATS./ s 'I pipes, wire all and opening conduits..passing around I 000 a* powd military,since iterns. more arc'either.then.madeof TltfU 'THEMIOMEFRONT' lamp MEATS At 'through FATS-Red MS good 10-polnt IiideAn.leIy. ." ,1|
J.... 61.40. through exterior ..111. Allow.not I I *papos.prpduets. : J Watt kitchen fats rei.v
o.;,...IMy.ll t1r: M.:: 'Lltl more .than a fourth-Inch clearance .I paper-wrapped woe* for shipment or are deemed at J, points plus! 4 cent ''i

between-doors leadlnir/.out- I overs' ***; i '...,.....; _"I .... ,..,.......- a pound. ''
doom. Repair all hole lA.Qfxnn, PROCESSED GOODS-Blue 10.
a-ad.e .Y..a .. The .
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II.s I" leis, as w pose air/.ft r ceilings! and walls. Make rat-tight : point tamp Al through K> I fa
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We." .w d all window your Book four good Indefinitely. ,
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al. b Eliminate the rat's food ,by would relieved i Immeasurably England with, an Oxford accent SUGAR-:Stamp* SO and 11 tn '
Wild Lantana in Florida keeping waste and garbage, In if we threw Int:9: :'the. fight .all. of you can thank-or blame-the Book Four good Indefinitely for 9 '
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.old magsrinet. Special Service Division In
tightly covered metal receptacles.Keep Army poundt. St.mpO good for 8
Br Ante Marhew Fltipalrirk poultry i California poppies, proof' container Remove all bookahe/m'lr, now/ gathering lying dun .on. our In'eight BrltUK Vnlvertl- Feb.. a* of next ;year. '
untouchedIn
t Moor of Scottish heather rubbish, from the premises, especially attic'closets tie have been opened. to soldiers SHOES-Stamp No. IS In Book
Meadow flecked .Ithlioletl.. from, under buildings, our and cellar on furlough th..... Then may One good through Apr. IS. Stamp'
Don't you wonder whether Red Squill .il about the only Mr Faust said since: the .aver.age choose, among other, ,to attend No. 1 on "airplane sheet in Boole
i They on be M lovely poison which win km rate and book weighs a pound; one un. Oxford, Cambridge Exeter, or Three good indefinitely.. StampNo.

Al what nature spread ret, not km children and pet*. Edlnborough.Perhapa I become good May 1.
a Over our gray em line rocks,. Place poison on food stuff that vegetables and fruit such as tomatoes I 'GASOLINEAeoIIpcJnI'oo4
Lantanai'i orange heads are attractive to rat*. such a* carrot, avocados bananas you never thought through May S. _
Keep your eye wide open reid saturated with bacon or apples. Bait should be .' about It, but the Army can't Just FUEL OIL-Perlodi 4 and I
/ Til a miracle you see gross.. Jelly roll' cake hamburger -, hidden In a' cory niche to be at- .I throw a carrier pigeon out the coupons remain good through'. '
When petunia14.* make a background meat, piece of fresh fish tractive. window of a plane that' brewing Aug. 31.


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Kill the. Rat ,

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citizen and property own'
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carriers of disease and spoilersof
property, the rat. I II on the EAT.H FR ,f

march-that now--springtime- is
the perfect time for It to begin "Ai ...
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campaigns foraging and .
raising of Its evil young. .44 .;

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Lion The rat breeds, live and
feeds Its family,' always, at the
expense of man and other "anl-
F gals At this time, When food
la precious, when household and
personal belonging/ cannot be replaced
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wanton waste of the rat
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Rats are carrier of the flea -
i that auM* typhus fever a disease
which has increased by leaps ,
and bound since 183J. Many
food poisoning outbreaks are
traceable. directly to rats. Some il
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rat contamination of meat and
meat products at butchering tr.
time In packing houses, and
home "smoke houses.." However,

some household epidemics' have Ry .f r
been caused by the contaminationof '' w 1
prepared foods from the droppings .
of the house mouse.

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person In the United States; that ft
each of these rodent 'consume

nearly 1100 worth of food annu

t ruin ally and However defile enough they food destroy, merchandise , another instance of the high cost

supplies and furniture .

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time The that destructiveness amount. of the, rat '.of WARTIME, FOREST FIRES:!

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cultivated grain M seeds, ,' sprouts, Fetes Iwo defray. preclox wear *.e.*rlsJ- limo ...... M yOVf pasty OM9fV9 !*%... Re.lit..bert .

* or both after during ripening.growing It and eat la cribs corn 'illeae d home led .. they stipple It's M owfvl (*,*'linf to |w.w ihcf. 14," ". ." '

A single rat can eat from 40 toM weismie" ee .tMcIa a .depend sor roe bone helped the. sxteioy. '
pounds of corn per ,.er.' It ,...... They ...-.. b.:.I..leads .oaf. iroW' .a: ',PLMtlM511.T/1 9 [,IIUUSI, :

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1\ buUdtftgJ enormous by gnawing) damage wood, to, ;. b Wi' **..We. Ken-Mi BM...|. b staUj part this ,..,.. T . ; : a ,: ::. iMaas

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reattjr master of this earth The So wise yea fo .sate IW weedy resiseibsteV.Wsi.pU ;4H:, .eve help. .Lan#, till eh.1op64. .is. .'
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I State Post-War Prosp I'Aressetf The farmer-busmeea that "$50.000.000 man' for again MMeeuttles Polk and Johnson Form- Local;:Firnu/; : "

On United Co-operation. of life In Florida now ] To Market Powder for Athlete's's Footrunfiiln
!,t are being sent to other elates, despite ., .
the fact that such neceut- : .::0
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Melbourne Fla., Apr. 2ft-With ':ket and Use now are available or readily a prescription 121 I The name,'' coined from
f Well over 100,000 persons "' 11.- long made available her In Florida. i powder for relieving athlete I the. words "fungus" and "line,"
hit gram, He said he referred meats,i foot and other skin Irritations'has been approved by the state
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home Dade
tend hi county
and milk and I
poultry vegetables
election I I la being produced and marketedby chemist
Sen. Ernest: R. Graham candidate perlence dairy producta ,t Howard Johnson and Jack:', Due to the limited supply of
for. governor, was working flea him'future"I( 'It Just doesn't make sense to' Polk, proprietor of the Dixie'I cans It la probable that' only .1
,t ..p the east tout, spreading hisl I war .c'J send such money out of the '''! Drug Store, Who have formed the! state-wide marketing of the
message that poet war prosperity business when our own agricultural counties fj' Fun-OI-ZIn Company 'j r preparation will be attempted until
for all Florida depends on wilted "There need this business and "We have used this akin spec- I after the war when It will be
eo-operaUon throughout tile j Ua kiipply the demand. We can accomplish ialista prescription the past put on sale nationally says Mr.
l;tate. laid, "but I! our alma it we think eight years," says Mr. Johnson Johnson. ,' .
Emphasizing his ABC programof tical deeply and plan sensibly, The "and due to the heavy popular I
( mare visitors through adiertlatng -I of state opportunities are here. It merely demand, we decided to put the For results use Leader-- .
agricultural development remains for us to be alive to powder up In larger quantities
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i I I }I JL sens, but also a promise by the citizens to theountry side'the sacrifices of our men who are ,fighting, ,' : .., :': |

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r I I : that obligations. recognized and accepted will be the world after victory is won; but will reach out ,the- ",'

i t'' paid in Cult hand of friendship, and assume our proper share of, .<>, ' .

; 9The millions of ui who buy these Bonds, do proudly responsibility in teeing that freedom, equality, and ' "

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weakening over-confidence which can rob us of complete that neither our own fighting men nor any of"; .:,..
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I 11JT.! that this war shall be fought through to a fin- purses, and savings to make the success of the Vat /" .j "".1

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'.' L . 1941 . HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE PnwEPPERSON Rove*

: "Ji : WINS I Peters Seeks Return to Legislature i ii "tt j> aunt; VWc Ylhleb M AO-;} low., dean of the college; and .

VOW Andale, Tom's father|pharibaCiU, | >e alit Aim, e colored 'I
k; AREA APPROVAL !I i On His Record of Accomplishments y
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C. V Peters it a candidate for 100,000 additional automobiles an. .
WITH PROGRAM!I,election to the state legltlaj nually and Incidentally MO.OOO

....." j I i ture. He will be remembered by 000.00 of new tourist. business.
Miami, Apr. *0-Clyde A. Ep-1 These observations contemplatethis
the South
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people Dade
person of Miami, candidate for' at one great project purely as a t
Congress reviewing his cam-/1 of the iponsort of the act which business proportion but aside
'I" palm today, asserted that his,I I provides for lime Inspection and from any mercenary gain the C. W. PetersTO
!i program for the securing of fed-I',I :for the advertising and promotionof preservation of the beauties and I
;'I{ oral aid and encouragement for' markets for South Florida wonders of nature on our last
,, u, South Florida, his ,pledge of cooperation -I,I;]':t"in He ull the author tropical mainland will have a
'wIth hit colleagues and the bill which scientific and educational value
with Ms commander-ln-chlef and 'appropriated $21,00000 to keep to all of the people of America
hie declaration of sincere interest alive the Everglades National which would far exceed anjmonetary ,
In service men are meeting with I''Park I project for the duration of gains."
;' popular response throughout the war ao that actual development It will be remembered also I
fourth District I of the project can be com that C. W. Peters was one of the STATE
A veteran of the V, S. Infantry !menced Immediatelr after the leading sponsors of the Greater
in the last World War who was war Is over Miami Port Authority Act which
!\4 "f ,.qmded.flve times overseas. Ep! Peters who believes that the gives the people) of Dad. County
.n -person is a businessman, lawyer. i park should be one of Florida's representation on the managing LEGISLATURE I
'..'1 ,,1 certified public accountant .and_ major post war activities says,! board.
.', tax specialist -If I have a legislative hobby attil "I have shown Id every vote GROUP 3
qr i It la our Everglades: National and act in the legislature that I
t : I Park. When this project becomes am a friend of the agriculturaland I
FLORIDA
CITY: t tolng 'concernand business
return 'fruit growing Interests of Only eanaMale far Ik*
':'1, ,S ti By War.... Sever? to normal, it will be a South Dade,- 'Mr. Peters said kelawarewwwwIreWeave >
,,, S great tourist magnet for South yesterday, "and tam asking their .Qoe.....
;, I: ,, Mrs i. W. Caves and son, Florida, It hat been estimated support for re-election upon my "
I that It will '
bring to this
area record'later
"". :Ronald. left recently for Louis-1.' Dade CMMty BMM. have
burg, Va, where they will visit! y MM representative wbe baa
relatives this summer. ]Redland Seniors Select 3-Act Comedy I had xBrk. oe. \

W.. H, Sheffield left last week
q 1 for Charleston, S., Ci where be It I And Name Cast for Annual Show 'j
employed. Subject to Democratic Primary
''Girl Shy", r three-act eomedy.J' Tom's pet aversion; Kath ,
,:,. Nelson Brockett of North HaVon. Will be presented by the senior j leen Wagner as Fetches Paid Political Advertisement) ,
Conn,'arrived Friday to vis-"class of Redland High School under Oke's present weakness; ,1
'" It hit father Fred Brockett, before -j, "-the direction of Mrs, John,Jean O'Brien as Birdie La c.rter'l
returning with him to.their!, a movie aspirant: Kate ..
Whichard, senior ,1
borne j sponsor.Practice I *a Barbara Sandford ANNIE MAYHEW FITZPATRICK ,
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--: i was begun last week out to prove that Tom Is not girl
Mr and Mrt. A C Stanford,I by member of the cut who include shy Richard Pjothero as Chuck Bedlaad Rod between Avocado and Bitcsyn trivet 1
,.* and family returned Monday to : Jim Jackson M Tom An-' Mayo, Birdie's late affinity; Donald -
,, Athens Tenn., after spending the .dale who U girl thy; Kenneth i Grate, at Alfred Tennyson Pianoforte and Theory ': ,
, ,. ;" winter here. Miss Eunice StanW !'I Greer; who n girl Murgatroyd. college poet; Rosemary Violin Xylophone Piaao-Accordlaa J
ford Is visiting friends In Na- thy; Susan Pope te7)1"w Web-1 I' Hennlngton ai Carolyn, --P.--
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;' Barckenstoe.,and the Rev. ,Sterling .44 .
Mjer of Wldaor, N. Y. were u11 l REEK v. .
week-end guests at the Free ,
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and family of Miami were Sunday , . ,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.
W. Severy and L. C. Aldrich. I

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: JAJIES Aitcraai SMITH I IBOSriTAL '
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.Mr.-tod Mrs. Frank Mixer of' STATE RIGHTS,

Homestead are parents of a MY': .080 MM..04.LOCAk Ij
,en-pound eightpunsson born -j ..
Apr. James Archer Smith \ : 1' ,

' ,., I A'I.11n,son: weighing ..even ,pounds,.I I .. ',' EXlGREEN, Is Best Qualified- %a oomNt e1T, I

five ounces vas born 'Apr. II to!
i' Mr 'and Mrs Melvin ,.Brown .of
.\ Ch \toluakee. 'JELECT HIM GOVERNOR x .
t .* Surgical .patients this ' I ;: :, Mn. ,Jack '.Brannon ,of, itp k b tit. pople ed fl ssida 3 H./,4$

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cJilywlrst LtCoL Weber it Will be repaired. appreciation, to Chas., T..Flush* teW-I
Building Permits bids for the purchase of city Miami for'hit presentation to th*
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PUBLICITY LACK G coupon certificates bjr the Ohio council of a copy of the Declars
as (refugees Continued:and From retl4'1)ecllbert PagI, tz JConUnued( Frw Page One) Company of Columbus,
lire with Mss Weber's toy Coromltteemaa & B. Blackburn Melber Company ot Miami .went ,
MAKES FIZZLEOf te I - -- --------
parents Cell and Mrs. Ralph Harry Cooper was givens tooth rejected and the clerk was I Leonard W. NokiaGLASSES
Klngman, at Together, their grove permit to remodel ate cost of j Instructed to uk for new bids.A ....- ih. IB S -
BIG FISHFRYAt home on Kinfman rd. A fewmonths $300 a garage Into M apartment I I bid of WOO WM accepted I rmtoi M4 S *LM.;: later, Baby Kathie silne on Lot I of Block 1 in Downer from 1. T. Martin for the purchase -
Ana Weber was -buN..tn James 'Palma Ho. .1, of the south 4 0 feet of Lot
a generously provisioned Archer Smottt Hospital here, anda j A. C. SJjrke WM authorized to I I II and 11 of McLaln Addition. 9n a. IL .... ..... no. ,
fish fry, which, however, WM 'I. tl.ast..te...... co..e..e:--...
attended due to almost long-distance hook-up permitted move a building to Lots II and City Clark R E. Edwards was ...
4 poorly Col. Weber to hear his new. a of Block I. Lincoln Park where Instructed to writ*' a letter of
complete abtence of advance publicity -
born daughter's cries
Millard Caldwell of Talla-
Co!. Weber, 1830 graduate at
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hastoe made in address in be FOR GOVERNOR ELECT: MILLACD 1
West Point, Is the only man in
governorship modern times to make two OJjwv i al
pie teams In the same year Mh
i city park. congress Berlin in 1M he was on the first GOVERNORt.
and for sheriff, prevent by invitation !
American team which won the I
at the Caldwell rally, alao
lpoke'lIrI.n,. I modern pentathlon, riding swimming
I fencing, pistol shooting1 and
Mr. Caldwell'would advertiseto
Increase the sale of farm prod.I running American and to win be the was individual theJCinl : !
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ncta according to the platform he epee (dueling swords) event.Mrs. EM de 1Itait
outlined here Friday He also advocate .
Weber, the former Katharine /;
taking advantage of every Klngman who became his a
real to Increase ;
Opportunity bride Jan. 17, 1131, accompanied _
farm profits through dehydration,
him to the Olympic contests 0 , i
quick-freezing and other modern ,. .
methods of processing and mar ." ..
ketlng He would also demand an Students to Produce i S Sr
end to the piling up of red tape Plays as Class ,Work 4eIWe. 7 ..40'V'
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and burdensome forma and ,.. '\ !
Under the direction of t B. :

reins post-war program, Caldwell Blackburn three studenU"c< the ;
would expand highway all-girt dramatics class of Homestead i for our next Governor; Florida should .A
building support and encouragecity High School'will each pro have the best qualified man in the)race.

and county public works programs examination duce a one-act In dramatics.play as her final Out next: Governor will have to handle

carry ,out broaden elate eld.a building,. assistance projects Xach girl will select her lawn i the problems of the war.and'the pott S

where needed and encourage expansion cast and manage and produce her I war era. These'problems will be many and difficult. J"l*saHf' a '

of industry, agriculture show Dolly Barnette" will Shackle-direct !! Inquire into the character, ability and experience of the can j
Little Prison, Anne
and the tourist trade-to provide ford "Girls In White," and Nelta dldstes for Governor. Study their records. .then select and support f i

returning Walker "Girls Must lilk" 04 the man you find best qualified ;.111 I nysHsSjaU., ::)( t

With the lid and advice of qualified Millard Caldwell is recognized to be calm, level-headed en- *\.
citrus men, the candidate Major Free E ergetlc and sincere; a man of sound business ability and III

would advance the prosperity of statetmanthip His record proves his capability and qualifications..J. I
the Industry through a non-pollt- (Continued From Paso One)
ical citrus commission, free from :after another enemy fighter plane
Interference from the governors tad sprayed 27 bullet holes Into i i
office to carry out adequate advertising his Corsair warplane. MILLARD, CALDWELLS RECORD iI
and marketing programs Major Free enlisted for flight I
He would extend research In the training In Sept 1940 and won p MC
growing and processing of citrus Mi wings Aug 18, 1M1 He
and Its by-products served two years as an instructor d
In the field of education, Caldwell st the_Naval Air stations at
advocates inmt.alnltlle aid .PensacolaVFla* and Corpus Christi -
for counties to 11,000 for each Instruction Tex.. before coming overseas I v
and administrative unit last June i 0I
on the basis of active enrollment. ;
He would establish a state equali- CandidatesContinued I!
ration fund to bring up poorer r
counties to a fair level, provide ( From Page One) 6I 14 TO Lt d IN 0.II
properly for teacher retirement outline his plane for operation\ of ai
tenure and sick leave, extend sheriffs office I
public education services In the Political events last week-end i
fields of vocational training, adult were the fish fry and rally staged 0n
education, special: training for war Friday in the municipal park by
veterans and die prevention of supporters of Millard B. Caldwell i 'ELECT MILLARD CALDWELL GOVERNOR -ON THIS RECORD tF

Juvenile delinquency He would for governor and an address Saturday -
also expand and Increase the usefulness night bj !frank IX Up- !
of the University of FlorIda church, gubernatorial candidate
FOR aovaaNOn ELECT MILLARD CALDWELL frost GOVERNOR ELECT MILLARD CALDWELL. e
and the Florida State College in Park.

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Caldwell would simplify government
and get It back in the
hands of the people, and eliminate
Interference with the Intern
) al attain of counties and,municipalities. :

He advocated .vigorous RED LAND BRAND FERTILIZERS
t opposition to encroachment :

centralized federal governmentupon . .
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la Funerals we direct no detail "
that will IMI"kbe moment t do our 'best Jo"suply' as Rear as passible what"" :;, : ,I

(1 as memorably beautiful Is overlooked .' <".. ,
Though the Funeral . "
service may occupy but an hour I! yes will need.
w. conceive it to be the sacred ';"
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MsiMaast Two la ae, retjaftflea
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LIST OF CANDIDATES j jFINVOTERSTOPONDEROVER Democnt Reprea:4itive- ; oros9" 'I Democrat CatVt ,.H........ Incvmben l DemocratsI Charles H. Crandon

A. 1. rartow Sadie Chit C.MTt. WV. K Republican
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Ceo.:KOMI Democrat Harry L. Tort ,
Norman D Hendry Cavity C i>mlMt.is Did SDemocrat
1: L RaamuBMaRepublkan '
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( I *.. imttt Juvenile aKtlatteaa *-* ,::
', Ross B. CenlnitcrtWalter Cow HnghZleterIRepublicsra
P. StewartRepeveenhtive. Deinecrata j

L AS FIRST PRIMARY HEARS I Democrat Ore, I l t.Democrat. ,Walter,..*..R cavity Bcckhwn Court Democrat County J. U Wambauca OmntaMM. Dbf. a

I Il' Troy C. Davis'H W. Frank Blaolon M. P, Uwry
M. Jackson Circle Caen Clerk CC c---. Diet. 4
Richard Oelken, Jr.: Democrat .
Candidates for nomination of Edward T. Keenan 11 Democrat
I Republkan E. B. Leatherman ProVMi B. Bird 1
.: > their respective parties at the primary Bert Ackerss.rlelea4ent Mary L Boyc tone Clerk ef Crh. nal Curt Cavity CnM's:: .le.. Did S
of May I are ai follow* ., UveatlM Oar B. Menace, Democrat (Miami Beach)
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for the offices of U. S. senatorto D* *- Ktpr tM.UttvtrCreep I I W. Cecil Watson .Democrat
constable (Incluifv: Colin Eng lair:, Incumbent Democnu County Tax Aeeewer Val C. Oeary
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,. 1 I Miss Lola Trammell C W. Peters, tncumbentUra. I Democrats Louis F. Snedlgar
.. C. L Senate Attorney General Frances 0. MfarrlneiRepubllcani J, Newton Lummua 11k11001 Beard
Democrat Democrat. .- q.1 county TI Cellertor Democrat
t.. Claude =.Incumbent. i;-Tom Wattoo, Incumbent U A. Hoosdon -t.-. Democrat Dirt. I-P. a McDonald I,,
Alston C. P. Martin Lillian Jeffries H. Earnest OventrettpervlMr I DM, -R. P. Terry
Millard B. Conklln .. .! lUfMratleaptmocrata t U Alewtxlli
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Mitfer Moor Democrats- Dirt I-Milton Weiss
*republican- 1. Harry Scnad' Carl Hobner, Jr. I (Cnae. a Turner of Homestead
f' Miles R Draper R. B.Chastaln Kepubllcen i* s hold-over member of the
Henry K. Gibson Site Comptroller Joe Condermanri M. Duncan Held board, therefore U not a ,. -
James M. Lee, IncumbentC W, Ill'lJlIl'\lo
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Csnifiai. ith District Oeeaity ""ami date to the current election year.)
.' t>. Wright Paul -1. OrConaot I Democrat Republicans
4 Democrat-
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Incumben State Treasurer Jimmy Sullivan' : Charles O HannockCewtly Ceo. L. Smith
Dan A Pat ChappcllIX Cannon, Democrat- Judge a.u"c..t.' I.. 1w I CimmlmU,' DM. )|t (Continued on Page Ten

y\ \ Lewis 1, Conant Ed 'Larson . ..... !
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DemocratsR -
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J. Edwin Baker A. Gray
'I, '" L Mlllard B. CaMwell State Senator

,, 'Ernest R/Orsham'. Democrats -
, Lex GreiM\_ D. C Coleman iF
' ji Raymond' Sheldon Republican*.-
f 1. Frank D. UpchurcH Henry A. Hsyward. RIDAx
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Florida'* ounctst generation It hard the Florida State Board ef Edu 'I
.t Its wartime job of learning to be cation. 3
good and useful citizens ,We've all W< of the Florida Motor Line Sato ,
com to think of a good education for the same pride a* all other Florldian
our children aa the natural birthright In our Statt'a educational ubi....
.1 'o f young Aml1'lcane-but bnlldinf menta. ,W. know that our own organ
INSURE and administering school system a f Itatloa )I. aiding the ,school system
AND fine ai Florida' U a gigantic tack. both with tax support and traapertatioa .
: .. Hundreds 'cf.tbouaandi .! ttudenU Mnrico.' Those of M whose children < 1
are enrolled tack year In Florida's are benefiting direct/ from the
: VIGOROUS, ,FAUX .,AND i schools and] college There are 2,949 splendid schooling ........ thesis feel "
primary and secondary achooli'wd IS doubly prom .
colleges and lI YI1'.ltiea. The range In time ron MM tfc4 k p aco.,
7 ; IMPARTIAL ,: I of' studies ,run from klnderfarte time, the tM.f* that Avow M all to- f
tame through the three "Rl" t. tat getter, Hurt tasty our effort, that :
'; ' .j .moat advanced scientific and loeiofog< make n*pod noigfcbon every MM. "
:. ENFORCEMENT ical reietrek.1 -noUI>ItD4a of teacher are the triage that count raoet neavHjr..' .
a are devoting their lives to this work- Both tood education and good transportation !
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i and to them goes much of the credit have decisive part to play t..
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FOR ALL CITIZENS for Its *uc y of each institution tel future of Florida ia :tk poIt.....
local and county school board,' and world 'i','

OFBADECOUNtY
GIVE yOUR BLOOD TO :THE LOCAL BLOOD BANK

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: girls tnreturn home: every ,possible A4>liJiAptlt la
Baptist Church to Honor Service Men "At governor 1 would render Franklin D. Roosevejt)
;, Vote lorJames 1:1 I .
And Women in Program on Sunday

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I. Service men and women of the Harold Campbell S WANT
YOU TO
I First Baptist Church of Homestead J. n Caldwell I IFA !
will be accorded special Douglas DuBose jitiiM1
recognition in a program at 11 Robert Fraxeur ED
a. m. Sunday, announces the pastor Millard Caddis a
the Rev. L. B. Crantford, Andy Gibbt
(JiI1)COKER The honor roll of 11} names Myron Crennell Candidate for GoverllOro
will be called, and some memberof Virgil Crennell .
I the family will be asked to Von DeWeese :
stand to represent the boy or Eldred DeWeese *
girl In service Gold stars, denoting Bert Henry
death in service, mark the Harry Hall
names of three boys from the Arthur Hall Baker-Tile Man

churchy Tommy Moffett, Anderson Roberta Harrison e Ei Baker was bore U Plaal.'
Arrant and Earl Smith. Birdie Home City fl years agoemei ,ts
forCONSTABLE A message of "Religion and Albert FarretColeman Navy IB World War; ,I-t; ,"'
Patriotism"! will be Brought by Irwin bnslaesa jar self far I jrean.bulness .,
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the pastor, and the HomesteadBoy mawter fain'Bead

Scout Troop will,have part! Edward Kuhn Kirby Tines 'outlaws .'.,, l.,erl t
I in the program. All members and Sam Shepherd tealcnl of' Barry Aaaa C,.,-
4TH DISTRICT friends of the 'church are In* CUfton Mayfield ,pied CalUrta-s .._, tar,M
ford vlted to attend,,says Mr.'Crant. Roy Nelson i';. I rears. .State ."....., I* 1H .
Roy.J. U.aaoM. '. aerlalat ".. Member. flats vs.Elks. .
Bom. In Areadla. ft*, .n ', The'*service' roll reads. ; James-WollaniMlk Amcrlrka. legita<, Wt,I
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years'ate,. .' .. Johnnie Mtfttett |.Barton- wants CI"l..ht.fran
BillyMofrttTommy. '. ]Oeltog..Brannon _Cbarck. ..
CUM.Heaaeateaa' Dec .. ,Moffett .: '...ArilrerBSannpep'; '. .,;

lltL Joss after hoaenble dblure Lyman.Edwin Lawrence Williams .. "I '' iRuther Emory 'Bra Sullivan mon. WHAT HE STANDS: FOR .J!

i frail 4 rears' service fas William McConnell '. .' Jlmmle Scballern ID IAKEK stenai for ...I..ike, eonifmertrt) OMt-j
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Jack McMichaelRobert '. ) Clyde SwlUey .. . 'for promotion ef Florid et I Rtcrivtlenleii,
i First paid flrtnMM ., City Hurrah D C. Sailors with store advertising prosrem :
Elmer),(artlla. : Earl Smith
.f Beaaeaioed. ., : Florida fricuftursf pro3u."
: Roy Martin "' '. Donald Talbott .... for enlargement of .
Warren Morris -, Ted Thomas lion.groeUr assistance te, fermert through dice:
Six years with Homesteadpolice Emit NarickUlburn Billy\ Vann ,rr>but oii end marketing service, and extension ef
department Sponsoring; Nixon Paul Vann experiment .tollollt-

5 officer for Homestead School Jay Newton Jlminle Vann .. for enlargement .f new Industry and enlargement
Safety Patrol which ha took Harvey Newton .. Howard West ef etroblithed Industries with special efforts
Henry Peters, Lovett N..ellBowUn. get reduced freight rates for Florida
I* national safety patrol convention -
Walter Pierce G.
Dye
Washington. D. c., I Allen Pope Neil Jeffrey -I' for improved school system, better 1..1IIore '
years In tMceutoa-ctUblbb- AndrewPoale' C. W Kartuff equitable pay for teachers, education epp rtunirjr j
Joe Elbert West and jobs for returning service men end women,
rag record) M first safety patrol thq-
Iud George Kecontes more vocational t"l"int-
In South Florida to make
convention DelmaZlosCharlyaAobortson Dukes West ., for better highways. t. f or mere <>r finite pension '
trip.Cenviet. Willie Webb plan for elderly people, for protection of labor's
RlchaM FUchs Erwin Myrick right end intertits . for home rule for counties.
guard for Dade Jam"!ltecldHat61l' Glenn Simmons and communities.
County for I yean.M Radtord Charles Sullivan
.Wit /fb Radford James Sullivan t I BE SURE TO VOTE FOR :
i t 'Nor serving In v. a.Navr Roy"AndrewsRalph .' +PI Eugene .Saunders+l; '\':$ ,I e
AndrewsLewis ,. Harris Delk ;
, shore patrolman.v Aldrich ... BAKERFOR
'Anctf;$Hm Arrant ,. Baker Promises Full r
If elected. Jim Coker>> mill Theodore Arrant
serve bo people to the beet *fUa Eugene llenRlchsMBiuer Support for Roosevelt GOVERNOR

ability again devoting- *
Orlando, Apr 20-Sen Ed
SteviTBiondckCharles {
much lime M possible U Uw
Biondodo M!Ii- Baker, candidate for governor .
school safety patrols m the lalerest Lewis 1C from Lake County, at a special

of preventing acoMents H B. Bduldln meeting at hit state headquarters ,
and, Instilling respect for till. James Brown :: bare of several score of his key I
:{ r supporters from various points in I,
+ fie regulations and other laws. Wlllard Barnes 1 'c;" 't
Hugh Bowtn t.' the state, bluntly declared, "In .
Clarence getting around Florida I have I' \ : [
(Political advt., Inserted and Martin been appalled by the tendency of
paid for by a friend) Clinton 'I some of our candidates to I be- i iI
Ansel little the chief executive of the
Forrest Bell United States In his leadership of
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Joe Byrum i- the n.tIOn.engaged In the winningof
, Banks Bjrruo the :war
, 'I I Iil Albert Byrum "1 cant ilo;make It clear, and VISION WAS i
taJefebteSftve Homer Byrum right trove; ,that'Florida needs at : .
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il Trultt Bullard its next governor a man who will
GOOD!, I
t ..... Paul Cox continue to give 100 per cent sup-
Bessie Mae Ch'*fta portta she leader of our coun-
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n BuyWar Bobble ChambUss try's war effort ThI'is no time 'r
Bond Leon Chambliss to aid the Axis powers by even
[ thinking changing leadership, re
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levy PlY Dif Caves and thereby sewing seeds of div .'
Wilbur CavesRandolph' unity which would serve to prolong -
Civet the day when our boll and
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GEO. S. OKELL ( From Pace Nine)<
Justice of the rcaee, 4th JNstrlrtJemocrata
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Candidate for Coastabie.4tit 'Dtatrfcf"I',

Democrats ".
Frank N Irivtn'lncumbent
legislatureGroup James I Coker -, ., s "
; eo. .f prcductivt; Hours It a terloui problem I tfMM dsyt.'.
., ./ They ere cosily hour for our fighting men who need the '
'One Fee Prsp **eponf and equipment you ere now .
Ihem Don't allght-.be"
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CAB 'SERVICE wro-have them txtminH. refularly to tn alca certain
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Resident of Dade at reasonable rater n rWrVtfew ..... Jar Doctor W tm 9n analog.GLASSES .

County Veers Day Phone .._....... .9106, ON?&- CREDIT

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Ji D In.mnmmnlJJl mlHl' U and I, #rpectvty. : Thursday night for Baltimore.Md. ..M.... U r. Chapman and ton, bury Robert Turner Frit Rut*,
"ROM Tower wu the high' ., utter ,spending several Freddie, Mr. and Mr. Dealer and ky. Carl Schumacher Tholraa
school girl Who carried Doff the month with his family here" children Harry and Dorothy and Vernal Turner. Pauline
20 Years spent lad Sunday tt Cutter Doyle, Ja Calk..... JUlie Van
Ago highest honor Her number of Mr* B. E. Archer left last weak
point touted 11%. while bat* for Bethlehem, Pa, where ho U Beach . Winkle tad Buster Van WlnktOr
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Geiger ranked second with seven,,' the guest of her brother and "The Rev and Mrt. O. M. Freeman -
Tfc. Mtowta* km. W == and Rita Fitch third with four I I aliter-ln-lw, Mr, and Mr. Letter will entertain Mr. Freeroan'i .-
t:.= ...... .... No. .. "With U point to her credit,' U Leach. Sunday school class at their rr
w .-ss. a-oIor .-.. ,_ horn Friday awning." e' 7
Italian Done)' of the sixth grade "Ml* Katherine Ewing daughter
... Itu, *mt ___'Ott, if. '. .
..ttk ... .WMMM4 bto .fh* ...... carried off the grid school honors of Mr. and Mr*. Hugh Hal "Mrs P B. Bird bas Jum
....4 Mae. II, It... for the girls . Vannie Lee Ewing became the bride of Kelsey WaytroM, Ca: to spend !
IIIRIJr.lmrHmmWIIJUJImDIIfI't1On. t Harris of the eighth gride was B. Gardner of Washington, D. C.at mer with her mother Mr. R. A.AtkJ !
/ the grade school boy who mad a pretty home wedding last --.* \
hundred and two of the the moat point Arthur French Tuesday night . Miss Swing "..... and Mr. A. J. Van Matter i
U) qualified made It and Cole Redd mad U wore dress of silver lace. Her end Z. W. Van Marion winter
member voted InIn
Both are from the fifth grade. Upper were silver and about residents here, Will leave next :
election Monday might to put The program Included the declamatory her hair she wort a liver ribbon weeei for their summer hem In
the following men on the board contest the presentationof adorned with orange blossoms and Ithaoa, N. Y. This 1* their lie I
of director of the Radland Din the bronze nodal to Albert rosebuds . and winter la pus Homestead ace*
trlct Clumber of Commerce Bradley for winning the Lincoln "Horoeatead people extended *, ties . !
Homestead W R. Crow, A. R.Uvlngtton contort, the presentation of the warm welcome this week to Era. "Mr. Catherine Roller wai )
.Cordon' E.: Thompson, Leader cup to the seniors . ," eat Robert and his pretty lithe I hostess to enwnber of the ...-
H. A. Cameron, Jr. D. Redd, C T. The Helping Hand Society of bride, who, until lilt Sunday af- land Woman' Club at a* alt-
Harper;, Florida city, Edward Redland on Monday night lave ternoon, was Mia Sylvia Velaaco day meeting on Wednesday I h I
swing; B. H. Edward, M. Silver. a party in honor of Mn. Anton of Key )V"to . ; Thoa who were preeent were,: !
man; Redland. ,C. T. ruch. ST. ErpeobKli'* ixty-third, birthday "Mr. and Mn. 0. 3. Hackler entertained Mr. W. H. Celt Mr*. EUtaboth
Silver.Palm, J:. H. gallaher; .... umlvr*.ry. Saturday afternoon in Caws, Mr. Nellie Caat Mr*. Andrew
delta W. M. Brodie; Naranja. A. ram U. D. Yelter entertaineda honor of the sixth birthday annlvenary Haganun, Mn E. A. Carter -
D. Fogl; Princeton, Cba, Bed- number of friends with a party I of their little eon, Otha.." Mr. Henry Carter Mn. WmBrodle .'
rent: pouldt, w R Cauity. Tuesday night In celebration of, "The work of Mr*. R. H Flb Mn A. O. Sawyer, Mrs ,
"On: Sunday Manager Glue her birthday and wedding *nnlveraary patrick In teaching little children 1% 4 Davit, Mr. Jackson, Mn
Chamberlain of Princeton will . \.* to ,make various orchestral la- Wayne Calkin. Mrt. Irneat II I
i lead hit ball club Into the hostile "Born to Mr. and Mn. T B. trument and play them will bedescribed Sharp, Mrt M. J. Browitlow, Mr. l ,I
terrltorr"j>t.fort L ud.rdaU and last Sunday an.man in the next Jesus of the C A. Undner, Mlaa Alto Lind I
play the Tarpon on Stranahan eight Webb-pound baby boy. The little National Federation of Musk ner )I.... Ozro Halnlln and Mir I
Field.; .'. McMurray on tint bate. arrival ha been named T. B. Pub" Mamie Hainlin""Mrs. 1 / 1f i
Dytl -on. second bio. McSwee. Jr"BurreU "A miniature Coral Gable. U Herman Schumacher was
nay on third and Babe Jenkins Webb" Joiner i* visiting In what 1* planned for SevilU, the plea.antly surprised at her home f
on abort will make the end field.i Tlfton, O., ." subdivision owned by the Cameron Thursday evening March 20 ff fI f
TVpot1 Whitehead to t"left" Home* Co. . when her friend dropped In to I
field. Coalman In center field and "Born to Mr. and Mrj E. H. "Mrs. Chas, Hendenon wa with her? I happy birthday e I I
1 Etherldge In right field will answer -, Brandenburg on Apr IS a little elected president of the PrInce- Present, were: Mr. and Mr, A. I
for drive in their' territory son, weighing eight pound They ton Woman' Club at its meet- C Albrecht, Mr. and Mr*. Tom .xpprience and
Conklr or McVtvker will be>w have named him"Emory Hemphill ing.at the clubhouse Tuesday afternoon Keene, Mr, and Mr*. Ceo. Oakes,
the receiving end while 'either Brandenburg Jr. . Mr. and Mr. Henry Schumacher
, Manager Chamberlain or Smoky "B. A. Ttbblt will depart for "Mr. and Mn Frank Johnson Mr. and M.... Wm. Van Winkle,
Cash,will toe the pitching slab Gainesville.Sunday night to serve and sons of Miami spent Sunday Mr and Mr*. Ceo. Turner. Jr., Democratic himary
with 'Bozo' Chubb In rewrve" a* delegate for the local Odd Fellow with their parents, Mr. and Mrt Mr, and Mn Wayne Calkin. Mr May 2, ))944 3
"Over |13,000 In packing charge *, at the .atale'\grand-lodge, of i. Umphrey. and 1M.... Herman Rudtby, Mrs I If
rebate wu distributed among 100 Odd Follows. "Mr. and Mr. F. H. Undemari, t. M Bauer, Mr*. Albert peterson -
members of the Redland' Citrus j rtfn A; R., Caves, I II reportedbyjher'nurao Mr: and Mr*. C. O Bobo and Mr Mn, Anton Erpenbich Mn
Grower AttocUUon', this.,week: Mr*: B'A.:TibbiU. Benitei are (pending, Jhia weekIn Caroline Schumacher. Min Alma
. .Dn*. member .....WCSbI$ ;uIn toheat4 pyerItgfrolnthe.ppera-\ Cub" Schumacher, Mrs"'ions Wood-
$1,90$ ' Uon. which;: ah* ,recently; ,voder-
:. . oho-sur"l.ckla'Da*: went, ..st;the... >Myo,'o pt},..."; .' ., '
athletic meet held rridty. :'; : :,.t: v. ,.tbi.14 0. )J.1"'" \ '
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boy. Claud Campbell and did Church . \
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t :MISS BARBARA WILLIAMS TO BE BRIDE MR. AND MRS. ARTHUR MRS. E, H. GALLAUER REVIEWS BRIEFLY'r:

I OF PVT HOLD OPEN HOUSE OF BOOKS FOR tTKIVERSmTiCt I IMn '
1 FREDERICK J. FUCHS, USAAF Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Arthur i GROUP ;

.' The engagement of Miss Barbara Homestead, was graduated from held at open their house new Saturday home in evenIng Por--:I E. H. Gallaher reviewedfor fwaa decided: Will be sin;pOt- utk J'
I Mae Williams to Pvt Fred. High School in 1M1 the University Club Monday luncheon meeting In the domeatio "a
erlck J. Fucht Jr., of the US and -.c.: : the University of I venlr.A buffet aupper was served.:,I night three charmingly written science laboratary of Homestead, ?r I t
AAf li being announced by her Florida where he was a memberof books that have to do with home High School on Wedne7de f. :dl J lPresent
parents, Mr. and1 Mrs. Casper Phi Kappa Tau He left the HOMESTEAD GROUT JOINS I i life and the kitchen, Louise Andrews ex..ro.t.tJOI"eek: R .
Williams of Modella 1 university to enter the army air II Kent's "Mrs Appleyard'sYear" besides those nuftidj
The feride-io-be was Redland corps BLOOD the DONORS'Apr. 12 meeting COUNCILAt of the(I and ")f.... Apleyard'sKitchen" wen! Mr*. H. O Thurman, MaJL. j.. s'
An early wedding Is planned and Marjorie KinnanRav. R, Becker Mrs. H L/Btaa-ij J
High School's queen of the May Homestead Casualty Station It
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Sat rear and t month later received was at,fed that the group should{ lings' "Cross Creek Cookery denbury, Mrs. j
REDLAND CLUB GIVES 111 held at and daughter Jlhlc 'Iof.n..LWi:
her diploma from the The meeting was
become a member of the Blood
school She to alto a graduate of HOCKS TO RED CROSS WORK Donors'.Council A chairman will the home 'of Mrs. Selma Relt, B. Mills, Mrs. Ruth L,.Scott. Mrs.* 1
: ta franc School of Beauty Culture During March members of the be appointed to represent the and Miss Allle Ferguson was the Ben ;Archer 'and Mrs;' ,*-, *&,( !
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i 'Pvt Fuchs, only son of Mr 189 hours M Red. Cross work, refresher course In flnt aid Mrs. Wm. Muaselwhlte 'ang a CALVIN WALDRON'MMAl 4t t
'i land Mr Frederick J. rucht of they reported at t meeting held win be .,IYI\ In the spring, it!I group of songs for which Miss BIRTHDAY. WITH PARTY""? r
Apr. U at the home of Mrs. Ralph was decided. _. I Lenora Stewart played the accompaniment In honor'of the- eleventh)** I

; KNEW OFFICERS OVER. Klngman. Present were Mn T. E:.TCIrby, i day anniversary of C inside\ Wai- J
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\ AT REDLAND CLUB MEETING ..n. Don James told the story Mrs. a F. Greene. Mrs. W. A. J. I 'Ibere hat been M response to dram;Mn, C. F.; WaWot; ,.. rirr.I' I
.<. .f Sarah and Mrs Klngman Kopp, Mrs. A. F Arthur Miss the club's announcement that tamed Tuesday aferb0otll*11 I
,New officers ot the Redlandrtiioman's gave the Scripture reading. Ruth Pox and L. L. Field loan scholarship funds are available wiener- 'roast. 'In'_eJ g4timinMpark ,
,I 1 Club look over Tuesday During the soda, hour prizes The next meeting will be heldMay Miss Virginia Stewar,:nresU ;' '<, : 1"
I i( at a May breakfast of the club, were won by Mrs. Bess Thomas 11LEGION Went, announced. ? : Mer the presents were opened] (
J the Ant\ meeting of the, new and Mrs James. 11. The annual election meeting. It I bjrthdsy'cakewas. served .with I
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I. > year. Mr*. Seymour Dane 1* Punch, cookies and candy,yrereerred. AUXILIARY PLANS punch .
: president; Mrs D. M. Brannon, The next meeting.,will ELECTION LUNCHEONThe Present were* Sylvia Barnes] ,

.\ Mce-presldent Mrs. M. A. Be.bar be held at the home of Mrs. Vane American Legion Auxiliary MRS.REVIEWS BRANDENBURG BOOK FOR CIRCLE Rosemary Dickinson, Helen and: . t,
second vice-president; Mn. Harris on May 11. will elect the Barbara Jean 'Revel, Jean Ber4 }
Prank W. StUlman recording sec- ", officers at Kail I' Mn. H. U Brandenburg gave a decker Fred Suber,.Glenn.Dick4 I
meeting May 2 In Legion .
,( 1 ntary; Mr* H. J. Armstrong, corresponding when a potluck luncheon will beheld review of a book on Christian bison, Raymond. Pierce Philip. ,"--
secretary and Mn social relations Tuesday the sr
; The Calendar Springer Ronnie Barnes and
I' J:, A. Carter, treasurer. at 12:30: p.:.m.:. I meeting of Circle Two of the Kenneth and Warren Graves. I I
The next'meeting on Tuesday, 'Woman's Society of Christian I
May 16, will be a covered dish Apr. 23-MeetIng,W.SCS. dr- HOMESTEAD ART CLUB Service of the Flnt Methodist ARRANGING FOR TAG DAY .
luncheon watch all member are cle Four with Mrs Nat Lease, POSTPONES- MEETING I[Church In the parsonage
t. The Homestead Art. Club, meeting 1 Mn X. J. Dyal, Is making art I "
Urged to attend. Apt1, W-Meeting of Homestead scheduled for Apr. 24 hast Mrs. H. L Brown and Mrs. rangements for the tag day which J :1
Home Demonstration Club. I I been postponed till May 22. It A. McNeil told of rural ml- la to be held for South Dade unit f.
OROCP HEARS LETTERS May Installation meeting'of I i'will be a luncheon meeting held at IJ. work in China The social of the Red Cross on'May 2, day, 1 ;
FROM- ORPHAN PROTEGE Homestead. BP.WX1 at home ofMn the home of Mn B, E. Oatlln In I II i service report showed 27 visits\ of the Ant primary \
B. A. Tibblts.
Letters from the Miami 10 bouquet, six trap and ten 1
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local Presbyterian Woman's I May 2-Tag day t South Dade II III I "get well" cards' A collection
Auxiliary unit of the Red Croat ,
la supporting In Thornwall:I } ''''"' '" ."'"'' '"''II''' '''' """ was made for the circle flower \, \\\1\ 1'1
May 2-Electfon, lunch eon
Orphanage were read by Mn' meeting Legion: Auxiliary at Homestead Girl ScoutsBy fund. (\\I. 1 ( ) \
.j- Gees D. Ruehle at a meeting of 1230 1 Jenny Lou Davis Cake and root beet were served I
si the Auxiliary Apr. 12 at the home ",""""'""" '''I"IIIIII''III''II'' ' ''' 111 by Mn O. Sewell Palmer Present -
May Presentation of "Plane (rOCKRLl.LREAp(
j. of Mn Geo. M. Prick | besides those named wen Mn
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H.H.S. Junior play. ..,The "
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f Mrs. R. C. Jackson a Stanley Mathews, Mn Dan Williams
presented I
I May ImUlUUon of officer en Tuesday, April IS and studied f .S.SEN/\10k
S the Mn. Dexter Smith and ;
, program and Mrs. J. M. Holgerty'gave of Woman' Club ot Homestead.May .
on our first aid badge work.
f ,; the devotional. Mrs.y Mn JO L. Showalter
{. :A. F. Darling was appointed Casualty Meting Station, of Princeton i We When know Mrs. all Skill the requirements back she Circle.One met ,with Mn. Anna I
A flower chairman for the church.I May ID-Meeting of the Homestead comes Carter and,Circle Three with i iMn. THE WANT-ADS '\
will five us our test In flnt aid
I., Plans\ ,were made for a rummage Casualty Station. We had an amateur hour put Ceo. Smith. I
ale to be held Apr. 22 In Gould.
May 11-Meetlng pt Redland on by the Cock-a-doodle Patrol
Present beside those mentioned Neighborhood Club. with Mrs which' Included-: Betty June Turner
were: Mn. R. N. Herman,' Vane Harris .o'
Joyce Morgan, Inn Nell Ro "
Mn J. R. Brooks, Mrs. r. O. May IS--Meeting of Homestead man'and Itfij i
e Hathaway Mn Vane W Harris. Casualty Station, I The Cow tro1nUt'n.1;
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to decide the talents of each \. ttt\ltS mI ;
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Paul Haley, May 11-Luncheon meetlDilot') vote The girls were elected as ell
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I University Club In high schoolat follows: Mary Lou Musselwhite i ,. 1,0. ri 'DaIlQl '
$I : trude Batchelor 12 o'clock 001, I prettiest girl In troop; Emma Jane i SAfi' 'arniilS :

n" Rives, prettiest hair and most a
popular girl In grammar school: plen ..u. t j
\ ELECT Sally Suber best dressed girl; p"rel 1Ia'9l- : ;::: '-1' )

Martha Lee Davis, eyes; Rebecca ....ww".....1 ,
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I FRANCES 0. WARRINER : Davis,. best figure and best posture 'fOIl 011" two suPCPt'ea'lot Vtia- ;':

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1 SERVICE GIVENBYCONSTAB 4hMnet Afibnu, I April dftnoeraUc 1D-Franoet candidateWe rOo DEPUTY IS CITEDBYCONDERMANN j To Voters of South Dade CountyI

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Naaed day toUnerles to meet the I '
Constable FVank irwin called nettle working mothers at the Joe Conderman candidate for want to thank the people of South
attention this week; to the factput irtint Of Central Labor union sheriff, stresses his scientific Dade County.torheir co-operation duringthe f
his serv'kee"bre available day training In law enforcement end 1
fQotrdayr r U,ht Mrs. Waninerhr
. and night for the enforcement i1f hMied audience through the his 18 year. of experience In this 13 years that I have served as deputy
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fourth order in any part of the Au cry stage to pre-Khool and work a* qualifications tor hi Job sheriff of Dade County. Your vote and sup-
justice of the pace district *U Age 'Spa advocated h. .Is aeekln,.
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which extends from the NAM playgrounds the need for Conderman holds certificates port of my candidacy for the office of con
Monrqr County.line en the south ltteatkO* as a cure for Juvenile for r.B.I courses, and he served stable of District 4, Democratic Primary of
And west to and Including Rock CleIJtt4WnCT.eh 's Instructor of the police schools
'. .al..rd. on the north and to BU* spoke ,t the police and program of the Dade County general May 2, 1944. will be appreciated. ;
tone bay'on the east traxtert's dinner' at Hialeah this extension division of the Urniversity -
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. I regret much that I will not be ableto
Mr. Irwin And Justice of ieace ebak and lath discussed genera of norids. la thewcissies very
> Sid T* Kendrick several\ llbleMS at meeting at Triangle h. taught policemen, deputy talk to all of you as this constable job has
rtekf'aga had placard print t.,ftt, sheriffs and a company of
ind potted In strategic locatlom ptr Wurrlntr will be guest of military poliN.Condermann. been a full-time job, and I have not had time,
}hroOghout' 'the district, bearing horor .l a reception and tea to has served I' to campaign.
< [it'tollowlnf announcement: Oe Vivo troth 1 to'' o'clock lI.xtQWaf chief deputy',sheriff for tile.put
I "",..' prompt law enforcement I st the" home'of -Mrs. Q. nine years, and as chief of the

all*frank'N.: 'Irwln. ..constable.Pfconrf K Jennings. W. Dt. tldo...Island auxiliary poUee/of Dade County.
251"W, 'day or night, Ot. FRANK IRWINCONSTABLE
A. .tJ Kkndritfk; Justice of tJI\
prace, Phone 43 Homestead, FLs.' lltmtestead Junior Class Names Cast I

Rtndrick;< Constable have Irwin their oiilcea and in llMtA the ''Ar Annual r Play to Be Given May 5 OF FOURTH DISTRICT'Dade

Odd rellowg building. N.! W, altar County, ,Florida '
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DRomaasomdi formerly deputy th innalki timor play of Anne Rhone Mrs Petty War.
.. of grove Prvlection tem n*'d High. Craiy" rene Sever; Chip Burke, Louis :u
In South Dade, .la Mrrinw Will W prMented May II underthS Murray; Nancy, Patty Brown; (Paid Political Advertisement)
out the unexplred term of thlate'pohjrtabTe direction of C. B. Blackburn, Bernice, Jennie Hardy; Fitly."
1011 Scarborough qrAmatics uutructor.tb Barbara Miller; Doug, Tom
and 1* si"Itindld.fw' election (9 JOllo..II" cast has been s.- Hodges Jean Myra Bell; Helen,
Wted Halts Ualeon. Ardel Par. Shirley Duuey; lICk Yatet
that'orr *, subject to the Deroq, : Aa
ratio primary of My 1 Kin; George Haleon Bill Ja. Backer; Ted Frank Hausman;
o U; An, Genevieve Cline; Judy, Wilds Batts.
;ClMM, Margaret Booth: Miss Tom Hodges Is stage nuuuger;
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Cywmo, Virginia Booker; Muscles, Myra Belt property manager;
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!''!jl!' >Figure tt wit yeaned n/\bC/ ; Putrid, Calvin Schmidt;I and Dorrii Ada Do assistant director.
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.' ttnte..And tt.Aate It iistpob.tan4 of the South pay lubitan "'..01, TELEP ONES ARE'SCARCE !
iih tory well y< rJo ather factor tial dividends.mild climate
hw C died so much t\$\vWw upon the requires less expensive factory
.dais ivts pod habiu 0 f Wple. The out- construction and temperate weather Irt m nw 46ooo..toal.s.'3.. M 44 boost pswetM oJ
come aware and the alas M fall of nations contributes to lower operating and maintenance , fighting ship afloat. will wry shoat 1200 telephones'350 7

I teiveturned on'weather,cutdltioria. com. miles of telephone win and a ahip-irUe kettl asswaacing
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; climate. Dart of bu 4uttshioe, long other- of grown Seaboard any Remember that Uncle Sam lunched SfiC waraklpa .last
and rJV/VH/ Wf U : srowi throughout seasons Railway, a key railroad serving the South, are opened ptffeat *oM x. ,
bred the tg5 t have hive a chI has played an important part In this onward tended the Attar and Nary'a .telcpkoot equipment Mods.. )
w" !! Vefion an importance "ft Agriculture. not inarch+ of progress. In the future changeover grow u.'o1wn:and orjepcjr. ,
;: exceeded by any other 0A Oft tarth. from war to peacetime economy,the Noma D,. we "Ye'reeene telephone bcffltiea.But slavethe' '

'. ; ::Cfirnate likewise hW Vtoet lwipdttant. Seaboard will continue to plan and, worl National Delmas program started fa 1940 the asa,)sr ,:,t
f tearing ori Industrial ptpttutriog.VUnufao 'for i great and richer Southland. ; : .I SontWa BeD telepneiiw ia service ha tacrsUea1 1>, wore
i.f i turen know by experiebC% Aw the climate Seaboard Railway' Norfolk 10'ir&lIIl4.. ... 1 than half a Million HM names are about aged up."" .. ,'.

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ago keep that Oat frOlllleCt loafer. ;
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For example, telephone Inetnuaeots aDd elM eo,..lpiMnf'. .

that caa be rinsed art being repair soil,-of.tIeI and pot ,.>1
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Pace Fourteen HOMESTEAD LEADER-AND .ENTERPRISE ;A rf1' 21 1944:.:.,; ;

plication of complications and a LICENSE Jinun Miami' ;' "r
I'i FRANK UPCIIURCH continuation la the rise in debt DOH "Smiling Fanfous} top I

and taxes. We must unite to reeover Campaigns for Sheriffs Nomination; ':'
i i PLEDGES SOUND self-government.< In full the right of local TAG AMONG AIMS .

"Florida la still an agricultural ,"Smiling Jimmy Sulllve who and reared In Catt Gallie. He tarn
; POST-WAR PLANS state, but It Is also rapidly becoming OF RASMUSSEN bas won the acclaim of thousands to Miami and went in the b 1w..
an industrial state, and it Ing business in 1824 and has beenin
will continue to grew along these of motorists from all part of the that business ever since, even
t Forty billion dollars la a fair Dr. E. L. llasmiMsen., candidate by his efficient and fascinating -
lines It we offer the proper encouragement country when be was a prize-flfhter la
estimate of the Increase 1ft.the to those who would for the legislature in Group One. manner of directing and 1827-tt and during his U yearson
+ t national debt' at a result of the I Ii aid us In building new opportunity U far dollar license tags. among speeding traffic a* a Miami police i the, police force. ..
for Florida workers, for Florida things Lettersof eonunendailoa from .t
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i mbhtadUng of post-war readjustment other He earn to FloridaIn officer at S. t First at.,'Is a can.dldate .
after World War One, capital and for the youth of 1911 at the Invitation of all part of the world have com
Frank D. Upchunh, candidate for this state Thomas A Edison who was inter for sheriff. to the police station at Miami because -
governor, declared In an addressIn 'Huge sums of money which etted In M anesthesia Dr. lIsa. Jimmy was born In Klastmmee of Jimmy's smiling cajoling
Legion Park: Saturday night during the war have accumulatedIn mussea WM about to perfect He and effective way of bustling motorists *
,t "We can not ai a nation or asa the state treasury for the buildIng fell In lore with,Fort Myer and I ill and established a.clinic He and.pedestrians at his coroerr -
state withstand the tame type of roads and highways should he and his wit moved there as "worked himself out of,,his wheel during ,the ruth hours. His)
of mistakes again* he said expended JH fair and Just proportions soon M be could, dispose of hit. half away from the crutches whistle and Mia smile have become
Unchurch proposed, if elected, in every. section of the practice and property' IB Savannah untO finally he was able to get famous.. ,If;. resigned in February,
to caB Into conference the real state of Florida: ,, Ga. .:about without help. : to>> campaign for the office of .harIff .. y
traders of government and private Tom Theua announced! Saturday A year: later be estabUehtd the I He operated the Rasmustea .
enterprise to plan a sound that he 1* representing Mr. Royal Palm Sanitarium in Fort clinic la Coral Cables, until ,1841when Mr. Sullivan AI married hat
future for Florida In which there U hUrth'. Interests In the Homestead Myers, which in WM be combined be built the present building two children and la a member of '!
will be equality of opportunity area and will be glad to with a achool<< naturopathy It .t 1711 S W. :Third ave. Miami,, the Baptist Church.
for tl| werth-whlle endeavor. supply any Information or,literature became a popular institution a* 'where all Held of therapy ,arcavailable. )
"When tile war hat been'-won : relating,,to the candidate's, Ita degree five the right to prae- ',
we will still have before u* the 'qualification, for the governor lice ,to naturopaths ai well as to A one dollar automobile license ,tecUor Vf
tremendous task of averting ship. \ osteopaths and chiropractors trout tact, a home ft the tare of men. Mother "Junior, why are toutaking
another depression. lie manpower other slates who for one,reason ally deficient children and definite two piece of, cftkeT"
shortage and' scarcity efmuterlala i Obeying Order or another had bora refuted licenses (- flnaaclng .for the publU Junior: "Because you toM me r
: ) products and supplies I A Cornell engineer boarded the by Florida This Wit the schools are among the plank* of not to ask for I) twice."-Atlanta
: will be translated Into a surplus. train at Buffalo and, deciding to nucleus for the present Florida Dr. Rasmussen't platform Two Bell,
I ) When we stop feeding with the grab a couple of winks, liberally State Society of Naturopathic
product of our farms half the tipped the six-foot porter to put Physicians, which Dr. Kasmussen .
world, we will be confronted with him off at Ithaca. I' served at president until 191$.
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problems, the. solution of which "I'n a very sound sleeper he la U28 Or. Rasmunen toured
: will tax our best efforts at individuals said;; ,"and you must take no noticeof i 1 1 the South Pacific, Australia and+ for j
as communities, as,, my' protest Seize m* and put' New Zealand to study the effect
: states, and the nation at a whole," me out on the platform. of vaccination ai contracted with''
f Unchurch asserted. The next morning he awoke' to the absence of It on the J>oITn. -'
"This means, we must a* And the train pulling Into Grand fans
stole, unite for vigorous a .1 Central Station, Raging with fury Injured by a fall he wee confined -I
} to overcome our difficulties he found the porter and began to to his Fort Mym sanitarium
winning the peace aa we have tol I bawl him out. for more than a year Some oti i .
f \ achieve victory 11the war," "Sub," said the porter calmly, the nation's best clinics. held no '.
\ added, I f"you've got a whale of a temper. hope for hla recovery, to '''h'l '.. <#
a I "There can be no place in our but it alnt nothln compared with came home to die", he ..,.. t
future for any further extension I the young feller I put .off ,at and his wife, Dr. Hazel ,
of beaucracy, and with it a nultl. Ithaca."-Wartime KeeL sen, moved to Coral Raamua.j,
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meat*-NapolMO.1 WHO. WILL Fi6.tr I FAR' THE .' '
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of flnaoetag our ...... X definite tax M ..... ... j FARMER, ;:AND "" .'7.'T': ...., ... .. .''-
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Nouicn< N SOLO :I Lot IS. tlark *, TwWnk BX kkMn. !
am" bid .ea he -.. Op w tat BM* I. r s, as, to *w 41110 d I
JEffERSON Dam. Ulaari CawMr .C Did Btato .f ftohk.M .
ta.u.tlf. FlarUa. will Mi A, M, Also aaiat_ hi ConI...... N.. lull CLASSIFIED
.. IM, M MM .rrk a* tk. Chit afMM I|I"" BMiMiMat ., MM nuiiUT aalu' ADVERTISING
band. |Mt Court -..- Mk>ari.Florfcla. .1 I MM OvttttraM ..>.... WM ta tki >i
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ForCONGRESS 'a'.iMr4'i'I I i Let It, BM 1. TwMYUl Bt MiMX.flat .
Book I. Fan M ta tom Coy W I! HATE: tint Insertion lOc a line; subsequent Intertkmr

: HMI Ha. P.mltiWI I ....\. C..l .* Da4a Nato W ....... I halls

:; W'4 NWU NWH .-. 11 Top, "I,,M taiaraiMl loa CRt,..... Nt. Illll. TOW 1 ".__. _____________.__.__.___. __ __ _ .
B.*. SS. H HTM. lMM .. A I Iliainmit tf MM MMititj silts kWMM .
needs Pr, Old shield M.s. MrtlBMtt kiml WM ta tile aaaw
ut < Biark i Downer rakM s.k. "VM_ i FOR RENT PERSONAL f
N., I FB HIS 1_ If VIM IT ....1 LM IS. Mark t. Twelfth Bt. MoslemPlot --

i SS. tST ape>North IIS'I'at LanaM Blast Ml H*>KraMAM. .1...Btok. C mlr I, Pan at I,.S..". state ta tile M1 Clip Fl....*> ROOKS and apartments Reason FREE It Excel acid cauaea y" \;

:/ .. Latt 11 Flak t Workers .... FB M MitrwMl ta OniaMto K* '"1 t. TMMimtiiat ,1 able rates. hot water and ihow.CM. pains of Stomach Ulcer ladle r.
; at now poor.V 5540. tttMM Palma Hotel. Florid ...don, :Heartburn Belching 1.
j/n .... it TW*. IT ... is. nc *' City.
OanlBtato taM< WM la tIN UM
M4'l aMk LM M M MMkMatMrMt :' of V.II_ I l BloaUng Nausea' all Paint, "

i af tk..ItMraKtlai. d NWSo I I, Ut Block 0. TwaUtk Bt. M.Mn.PIt .I! FOR SALEi Bet fret Bampla Udga. at '.
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Bh sod BMMttwLI. > .. Pan I*, ta tIN Cltr atkml. : Brown's Pharmacy (pelO'
Ut l< Block H Monk HoMlta "..I,. Ca.T at Dodo Butt rf Flw.IM i I
I PB JS/44 .... 1 Twa || Kn ...:, M MiarMHl la- CvrtinMtt N4.Illll. i'I HOMEMADE FORD TRACTORS -
= 1ST. UMI MI the Mrtk The a laiat of"F''I with double low gear Excellent WANTED
*f MB fork St. 14** East XKMM |mt>r tile MM Coruscate lanH4 WM to 1\
"... ,. Homestead i I 1|tIN Maw at Vakaowm.trahai I I for farm or Erovt. Wolfe bother !
Chevrolet
WAKTID-rord.
I LM t A I of Bntll, FB 11/4 ... MM CtrllllMtot aaatt W ..- Auto Wrecking Phone 39J-J. ot
1 Tow M Kn I*. (SC a Ml-) wrk.UMIM liiaial Maartlat tax 4M4 will l Homestead Fli. alltf) small pickup truck; In fan i
w ] ... Krona A*. ...... Is- MM tkMMj All the faith tar at Apr*. running order. W. B, Myricfe :
North .( Hk 1L Han WUT. A. D. INC I
ima8/rgadF4.1Li14 Dttol "'..'.... day *f ....., i, 0.+TYPEWRITERS: Adding Ma- 624 S. Krome (paM) : '

\ .. 14 be1.. Mk ., Iwrilbl PB 1144. I hioes. Cash Registers repaired.
i.. *44 1444 MMMM plat) sew X. B. LKATBEBMAMCTork Ribbons, part.' T, Goodwin; WANTED. -To buy aeeend.han4' ;
t T.*. It Km H L4MIM1. Ml MlUMt drralt Coast .
, baby carriage. 'CI11.D1-W. > ,i'
Daoo CMnw. Florida I Caves Bid Homestead.
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are BfMln AM, B--. .. *,, '
Causal coast BM (pall
Brain ., northeast d .E4 I (alt-mM) i
.rim y t L B* ... K. JOHNSON P. 0.' '
LL Ii&lil W soil', I.t .oft rlr ",..', Maw M *U A**. 1. U11.'JH) I
1 North. MV to *oh. of W"Alas ..- FOR' SALE: 3Lorbepowetgab.- CHEVROLET f Pay Cash tots'.necked i.
'. >s, TV*. IT RA ss.MI s-a. NOTICE 'Of APPLICATION FOB line motor. like new. "01'N. Chevrolet Box 1014.' :
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j I. Borin SM- south d M r>k4MMTM4 Flit A 171, w.ANTtIi
> d an. II R Iis14'.1661 NOTICE, If BEBKBT OrVIN that E. FOR BARGAINS la used furnl- direct from-owner
N $0015ass.. I. m ST BM as. 'l IC W. Walker kaUM *f i M* ... County ,or more
CLYDEA.EPPEISON RIM Lrtw o *91110004. Rd. .... TM OtrUfkaw .... MU trued tile Irk Lure fishing rod, funs, tools- land suitable for itrua and;
.zx.u _t o.tk.sat.leis Dr. dar at Juhjr A. D. '"1. him Able MMta > see the Swap Shop, Caves "Kit-, !,
: : lCDWf aw tniM, and VM made a,*&_lUafW avocidoe. Contact by mall V
II. ,Brds .. atMitnat ttnwrIK of 1111" Homestead. Wt buy anything 1
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Lou dada kt tkiniiai. laMCtrllflMto
K Mcatbec Ammimetl.tdo. :4 W .... SI M SSfi B 111"1I a .. .. . W. Pica 1314 Milan Coral
taiktaMi tat ... tViprftil Odd 'Pk7 spot cash Sell u. the
'.f ,Ww V>4 I'nW.WI ....1 W IIT Bto I :Tw*. It. ... riii"K ta lbs, County at DiaX > G< .. War 1Ha IS. 1 Mr*. wad ".,....... a.witl tlyriri'you, don't need.
II. W* af North '11'" IWH tnMl \ gab II 14. Mark *. aVmlaoW Uwa.Bilk (a21-m28) LARGE alit chlld'i t'
\ Will Understand the Sat SS. Two It Ut*. ... I a Plat Book *. PaM 171. ta tar express wsg.1on.
> Ex-aervlcemaa'a Problem one I..td a Lon. View Ra Coaitt at Daaa. slots of"i i MEDICINE: BALL 302 S. Kromt Ave. Phone (
punching bag
t IN' Baulk if Locals Dr.MCH The a..ouem.ai at MM .lii> iU MaW W3. (pall
Florida II 1Iowfoa at N.rIho.st senuw 06 NEE the MM MiUffcaiUl WM ta tin Maw all exercising machine, golf club, f
t. for
He Is South : NB14: ., .... Ill B tS'l S B. Kate BauaicaHaor. i 2 5-fsU.cana roof paint. Sun-
and South Florida People so d'i w tr; N Will .... II. Tea. 11..... MM MftlflMIt salt to ..., WANTED TO RENT-In Horn:.
M ..... It. I ..- UoatM' M Silver slowed amrltas to law. tkt araxrtiiamlki I dy a. m. Apr 18. TherUld- stead, oneor two-bedroom 2
< tkorala will to oM to tktkbrlMM son's, Krome near ,
as a Whole Palm Dr. about 4W Wart af lve. dairy
MaiMta.. kM4rr 'at the Cant: Hat tar .( 21) house or garage apt. by couplt'that
M tile tint Moaur ta tile month '"fJaaa I pa hat been resident here II
B..la IM.I' B nf Narlkwaat toratraf
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t VOTE FOREPPERSON SW>4 SB" NBti: af .... Ill B ,, IM4.Datol 144.. wklrk to Use Hk 4ff atJMV FOR SALE-4-piece double bed.I months. Phone S during busl I:

......'.) Northeasterly 417.ir, W this IMk tVT of bril. iMt nest hours.SO .
f I..... (M,. U. Tw*. $4Rn12.I E. B. LEATHEBMAN.Clork : I room suite, young B-ialted
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( MM. LaeatM' ra Miami" HoMMM4Hwr. at <<:1..." cars / mare, spotted, pony, bridles
north d Bvoar Del I Daa c....,.. FkirMa.BrN. and saddles, barrel chum. Reatenable. PIANOS wanted. Highest price .
OUR NEXTCONGRESSMAN ... Beefs aautkrart stare af KWMl .. .... i C. BTEKRETT D. C. I paid. Any style or .... Braun'i 1
North I bits .. foist .. W. rClmH cent BM!I Call 828-M-4. (i4tf) Piano House, 1380 N.W.' 7th St.NismL ,
Winning Noah I ikalM went ISekalMi (Apr. II. IS. May t. IS. IH4) (
amok S ekalMt East IHrkalm FOR SALE Good (d ITU)
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Earnestly Invited atr*. LaMta4 M Flaaratr Dr. mule 593-J-8.
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WANTED: Ducks, ED B week ZJa
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Democratic Primary 11 Brain al amtkMtt aaratv af WH Fla A tMNtllM r- r
: 81145110: : SWH at... M, N '10') W I* booby et wo that Lens I GOOD MULE,1 work hone, --'"

: r -May 2, 1944 "1**| S 114-1 B SI** .... II Top M BlMMIII.; hewer at BUM mod Craatr... 1 tailed saddle horse, Inquire WANTED-Repair work atone
Tax OtrUftratM Ma. Ml* Sad part.
4 T'o'dd'or by T tcId4 neeat. abet I IM1 am Fast r-w at Vtttor sr B4.SWH BaserDr. I' so". the nth 4a, of 1_ A. S. IkMtot at Fla. City State Farmers' building, cement work, roofing,
tlk4' MUM I* *i? oftlet. aW LOS etc. 11th Hour Mission Box 66,
Brain at Northwest earner ., 915 Mkt ; ( 21)
II. aiaa> palk.Uon. for a ..w tal to Ao I;. pa
N1:% '". sot B fir; a sir"; bowl taorrc. BaM CorUflcatM smaller Homestead. (dlOf)
NOTICE OP APPLICATION w firs M nr BM. is Top. 54Re. : the allowing dent...bed pnmrtr ta INCoo' B-ROOM house plus small apart:
s 1. 1 Lrstsd on 1:_ at FlorMa. .wIt I need with or without
( FOR TAX DIED ot Dad, fate ; groves t
C 1 aai ... ment : Lot
la lOx
Fl .r 150 So.
Flta Ha. IW4 Dr. abet 4W WaM al Lot la. I. U. FTM Btaa4 Addition taHnaitHnl It. homes, 9 prospects walttnc. i
' NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that t life to.FvrtktT a BA. Fat Bash 4. Pan Kromt av. (Key West highway,
tttTEB CACDELL holder M awltiMt Information nU. the 141. ta the County at Daala. fate d Homestead. Drop me a postal or call J. K. .
e
' d<<. CItr at,II"-' Tax OanttlcaM N_ above dsribd ad son tor kt amend tram "",..., a* ta>kraoa< ta CtrtlflMM., I Lights, water, sew, Corn, 22463 Miami at my e.'f
M1M ad idol and the $10 der *be Cs.wtr ROOM". ..... The aannaiMt o< MM araMTtr 1 "er. Writ Box A-140, care Lead-' .
.. Reverse
aflMV D. IM*. kM died. MU MrtfflflM' An bidders ell I W nnlrW 4* MW4pu ..... to MM CtrUfhat snow waa ta er-Enterprise. Priced exceptionally -I pen. charges.CASH
Ie.".> flM, .a4 kM Mat aa.aHeBila . MM for MM lion hood above. taw meow ot Utibaew T
. .... .... to : . second AllU.r. toHMHttMA low. (pa2S) for Chevrolet. Write
*'tax t. Iktrao and bib will M _....., ter eam rMM Lou li. tt FTMI I your. t
1 tal a4aMana with ..... BaM CartlllrataiwabraM of MM Iknn a lobs Plat Rook 4.. Pw today. Box 1014. Homestead.
i. tw' follawhic laiirllil H>F- N. abstract of tKJ. will be (sobbed. 141. ta tile County at Da*.. But d I :-
y' wir. 'aml.eo Da*. p"'.., Florida and -"d held.. will be thsa asp.e.L i, Florida, M tmkraiMl ta OtrttrtiaU NVMl. A REAL, BARGAIN7ROOM
:.; ( The anpiiaiMit af MM *raprtraaaW
Warranty bed een.aybg .Slysorb
r I** 'it Bark \ 11tWesd ':r"ill plat tits m Is ,,sled I. Dada Cooo..,. tile saw CtrUTlcaM baaHl elm a HOUSE en plot fronting S. L Kendrick
,Book I* Penn, U. tb. City Terms xl silt will be aU MOJo w doR.wy the MM, at Vakaowa.aha .' IMP feet on S. Xromt ave. and
CMlr at TMdt, BUM ot FlarUa. MtMkrawl at ..... I > MM OMIflMtM >ball to w
ta CwtlfHMMM... !..*/ Tat ... rlfkl to rifest ttMrlla to law Wit na>rr The
..oa..wa1 xl said Property ...... tIN any and O4wit aU bids. ::=. hills will Court to WM HOMI to door tt4ktekart Sleld-riorfda City lint). Lights, JCSHCI Of THEPEAC1.
Maw In kt MtU ktMtr at the
.addUCurt was B. B. LCATBCHMAM, CLERK a. the first Moaaaf 4* the *MntJ *flant Nom- eater, sewerage. Price unbelievably .
Work ; rat Br H. B. IWEETINO: 1 wkfek ta tW ask day at J M."litW .
IIU dnd Wart Dfmir
: Baak air Iait- ? Daaa.l.Slat la M af city BlaaU.C *... ( % 14 '10 t544)NOTICE thin llk Jar rf 'A ril. 144.B. I premises, 624 S. Krome avt. Birth Certificate* AM ttke. *. I

housed -OarlUkaM MIA The B. LEATHIlMArJ (Key West highway), or address BBBBU acka.wledged. B>4 Wit4

aainiiBiiaaf saw property. power Moo Of TAX APFLHATIONFOB DIED i CUt Dada at r.t Clmlt. C FlorMa.BrM. rrl, I Box 7ff, Homestead, (p2B 1.-4.
MM CcttUfniki beast was to tile M.M
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af'Cakwwa..ttaUM , FV IT444 C. BTEBBETT, 0.
; 'MM es tifko.er'.dull W !*. NOTICE 'IS HEREBY GIVEN' that fAfoil Clew BM YOUNG Jersey-Guernsey much
.L,, darned Seceding t* ..... *u dew will LUCY B. CABR. Moor M Mlv.. d (A... II. !$. MW .. II. >"0 C.1 cow with 6-week-old lifer, Odd Fellows III'..
Nn km4
.b*ys '_ M tIM. Sf4 tar, *f May.a CUT 11411.!1141 Mimi. 11414 ran and ctrtlllnM Illll. M>* tIN i S. L. Dickinson across from N. W. Ut tt .......... rTa.
a D. *
< :\ < A. D. I.... kM *MMkl 1 '
I, 'ala >SOi tar af Bank'A. D. 4tk Or CtrtlllMtM'" July hi tfflea. ..4 ku hospital Homestead.
v
'"'-,'.W made II>HMUM for ui 4M4 to hiss
tBATHBBWANCVHl
E It =
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,' Clrnril Caarl. In MMTMIM with law. sill ; I,RARE TROPICAL TREES, shrubs,

I;: t. i. :lift Do" County. Ftorkta. Coot,...VTMortr.. Mnknn HMtMl tIM I*lollowlaai Dadt CMMt Mrlk4 -> II ornamentals, palm.. Phone Cal .

v o Coil IW : '0. ,mlft D. c. Florida, to wit; I king 1183f 2 mL w, of Florida -

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j Pan Sixteen HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE April 21,1944.1!

! Mr*. Augustus Wynn and ton, Mia MabToRuth pope art.
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': Brian, left last night to spend two C. w. Ireihman, apetrt a delved '' : "
week wHIt Pet Wynn Who U Easter Vacation her with her ROOSEVELT ;
I : I In and Around stationed at Camp, Lea,V.. Mr,I parang Mr. and Mra J. It. Pope
; In"I'rtda7. Satardayand Sun
Wyatt and Drift will have room>ain For
f Petenbnrf, no** the tamp. day. i

i HomesteadPrincipal -;:: !
ji Mr*. lei. A. Mowry I* visiting Mr<< and Virgil M. PRESIDENTi
to Cltra with a eon-m-lam and Sprinkle and children kit this i
daughter, Mr. .nd )(rI. F B, week for their summer borne to These airs the ., f
t It Hart, and will .. from there to rant TUve. I*. p. Delegates ,
B. M. Hindm and Dr. and N.... A U Burgreen vial a aoti and daughter-in-law I* 1'Ot. fort
Vocational Agriculture Teacher and their children, Zeus and the Rev. and Mr*. L. I. Mowry In Mn. BoOdin of Miami I !
,). Coo. N. Wakefield are expected Robert will attend /the dloceeaa Veto Boach.Mr win apend the _k- /d herewith State At Larff
home tomorrow Cram the .....: convention U Lakeland aextweek Mn. Dye' parent, Mr. and
J day Florida Education Amoda.tlon . Met Ralph Kingman. delegate *. Jessie L. McCourtney returned Mr*. t. R. Doney.Mr MEN
which they have keen attendInf of the Woman Auxiliary recently from Sapdaton, Wo*** r.WOMtN Puller .
l \ In Daytaa Pitch, ol St John1 Eptaraeal Church, I Val where. She visited her on *. D. B. Our ha gone to truest 0iii" \........ :
t i win accompany Dr. and Mr*. I and danghter-fn-law Pvt and Bowline Green to Join her ku*> "e. .
Mra. Albert Peteraoa --. Burgrea* a* tat aa Everglade '
r Mr*. Nclaon McCourlney.: Pvt band who I* working there now
1j j "'Dell operation for naetoidKia City where ah* will Join Dea. ,MrCourtney I* serving at the motor a* fruit and produce Inspector
i at Jackson Memorial Hcttpt- comas BedeO who likewise will pool of the Rtdimond Airport. I Mr. and Mr*. Dun have a rtaideoce Mm W.Mer Gle4.
i tal this week.VWters attend the convention. Mr*. Frank Mr*. McCourtney elder daughter her at M H. W. Sixth itMr M.. leul.tt WAS
HatiamoA will travel aa far a* Met tact Palmer U now ........'
l H the Subtropical Es- Lakeland with the group and living In TVnpe and her young.er I *. 'John A. Rick* of Miami MM. "am Mer. I
t pennant Station this week were continue on .. TaUahaaoe for a daughter Mr*. Haakel White, I II pending' the week with her HorriwFourth ,
Dr. t. a Grate, assistant director short visit...Ith" daughter, Miss I* teething In west Little Rhrer.Mr daughter,Mr*. T. L. Hodge ?
of the Florida
Experiment Berth Kill Hautmaa.

Station at Oatoeevtlle, and O. H. *. Cha D. Robertson th* Mr. and Mr*. Lloyd D. Witt ConH'NsIetftlxsht i
; Btockmon and Roy WUmot of the Mr. and Mrs. Chat O. Turner former :Mia Louie Dearlng ha left Wednoaday for their home In
horticultural department of the ban received word that. their gone to West Palm Beach to be Columbia Ten*. I
,, ,: Gainesville ..tatlont ,oa-lo-taw and daughter Capt near her husband who I* serving Tea P.rpesee ;
I and Mr*. John DeMIQy of Kan.la with tile U. *. Coast Guard. Mr. and Mr*. Roy Moat.' W "events C. "Off '
-t Mn Frank f. Skin ha
.. game City are now at Douglas Field Arcadia,and .theIr,daughteeCr.Moat1 'a.w ,.. IM-. I
.,. make Waehhigten an extended where visit. with all win ret.Urn. AH, .?L.L Potter who:aPenl eibawkttdr ".A IItr..... bQ.t t. ,lit: .. :--. *, ,4gut. <
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: -- her with his daaghterialaw. broUier-ln-law. t1I- Dar
Mr*. P. A. Mills d Waranja I* )(n. R. S, Potter Jr., returned ..... Mr. and Mr*. Robert Glenn, / .p.-.e............. !
+ W hi the Dad County HoepltaL to Connecticut Tueaday Jr. ,
Mr
and Mn W. E. D. Ward I
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; are making their home now In
R Charleston, 3. c., Where Mr. Ward I III
It directing a USO unit. Mr. Ward
t', was director of the Homestead ATIENTION.V'OTERS
I 1.ir: c USO for more-than 1 year,

J. Paul Z. Camp much Improved
&., in health, left for his home m
r." f Washington D. C, Friday after
a visit of several week with his
':' mother N....
I Chart W. Camp
r His wife, an entomologist .In the
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,I 1 U.accompanied S. Department him of to Agriculture Homestead, I I

I but returned to her work two
f \k Week ago. Mr. Camp hu charge
of the general tire .
Inspection office
{ at Fort Meade. Md. nUUE&HgW T"Of TIHaL(
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," t Susan Ann who weighed seven i
'1 pound, eight ounce, was born i134t f'
t' r Apr. It to Petty Officer and Mn,
t John E. Davit Mr Davis U .t*.

!l r Pr i. Honed Miami now with- the navy In i ItIi


l' Mr.. Charles Martin I is visiting
In Tamp with her eon and
r daughter-in-law, Pvt. and Mrs.M1 .
: Roy Martin. : ,

f Mn Martha C. M. U Pollock Pollock and accompanied Mn. Guarantee for our FIGHTING sons and daughters the

'( Vernon Prlne Sunday to their
\ home* In Thonototaua, where
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\ she win be their houseguest for
., week Mr*. Prln* I* a sister
and Mr. Pollock a brother of the RIGHT TO WORKWithout
t late Fred t PollockMr '

and M... Herman Dutxk ,
,, and family have, moved to Fort + / sr '
Lauderdale la order that Mn them
to Hlli.'lf
:Rutxk tray be near relative forcing join a 1
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when Mr. Rutxke got Into aer-
vie, aa he expect to da eoon.Mr .

*. Waddell Peeplet of PrInce. CONSTITUTION
ton and two children spent last RE-ELECT THE ,CANDIDATE i STATE
week-end nor* with M....

I' J.Peeplel R. Pope.Capt. parent. Mr. and Mr*. WHO IS FIGHTING FOR WHICH,ABOLISHES. ; '


L :Newell' I Ie serving THE ftKHT TO WORK CLOSED, SHOPS BUT

with the armored force In England
F and his wife, the former * J
Mia* Martha West and their ba -AND VOTE IN THE * PRESERVES J

by. Karen,are making their,home .J
t i with Mn. NewelT parent, Mr. ORAL ELECTION FOR COLLECTIVE BARGAWWS -
and Mr*. 8.L.Wed of Homestead ..

1, Carl Johnaon left tart week 'for 'THE AMENDMENT TO OUR. .. T.H .AT..N BY UNIONS,
II", Ludington .Mrvk, after n extended 4 enwy Cenorwl ..
visit her with a ilatertoUw. -
Mrs., Hilda Johnaon.Mr. ..

Organfeed Labor *.. C.Mee lve tafgatfelng rattier titian lithe ..
and Mr*. W. T. Rr nd Let's preserve ti ... .
,family left Sunday for their horn closed shop. and kf 'ajhr* aw pesalc, hieiudfcic.a ar retariifeg. htl c .ion'and
la Kajy O. after the
apondtog
winter 'la KodiandL Waif the rlgM te work and earn living wIlheut,pang We t! .tJon.ceea for )" ,' ,

'Mr*. Edward .Kirby of Tort :la, I
,MM. neat taet week her with ;:
|*t law******* parent Mr. and hi-Votedbor :
>"'''.1', 1L Idrby. Mr XJ&otJr. wd4010 :
baitwoad 6t4016 tJIJ. baled Miles .WIN.Mow" of ...........,. '
top as 904"1 dW. Joined her -
.. *w visit her .' [
Aitt., '* .
,gyp ( and Then k Miff site ..... lite, v..i- $0 tl ''J ltlilllt i3-""" CUARA fly fA.l


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