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: May 12, 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: VID00646
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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.i Armaud L. Monteverd, TO:. \V A RfDlUIOTREBS I ,
hero of the Collter'aarticle'War { \
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..By ANNIB MAYHEW nTZPATRJCK I x'm
r May have of Reader' Digest, who Sons-Jn-Uw. of Bell Pay Dedication of the newly ctrranw

( arrived her April II to become Be not embittered If no gift arrive .' '., b.. ,Visit to t.oa1.stat lined and shortened Queries.
4om flight inrtructor'at Horoe- 'Mothei-'s . Highway will take place at both
teed. Army Air Field; was heard Upon this Day, t Dr. Gilbert dmsvenar; editor of
_t on'a CBSobttdf>>wlde'hookmp Tor'trains are slow and boAta ana'tralnsAre ,'. the National Geographic majaIM the Key Wtat: and Florida City
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f Sunday.'evening on the program, and JIll hroUwr-to-Uw, Or. ends Tuesday with 0... Speamid
America. bl the Air." subject to delay] David F irchJild of Coconut Grove, Holland making the 4dlcatnrfaddretaet '

In a''Zalkte the< Rotary, clue now plant explorer, were ,
,; abo: after hi* ;arrival ta''Home-. 'J' And If nqrtif aiTly s'at aD, ylalwra at UM Subtropical+ SxyertAtent .Qtficlalf of Dade and Monroe"

tetrad apt: Monteverd told how Be cure f1e'f tnt a ..thought.Aren't ., Station lIeN this Week counties and of Homettead, Florida
bf and hit crew of eight -men Dr. Omevvnor and tir, Fairchild Otto Key Went .and other
were marooned on the Greenland : 10Vipg thoughts )ind, kindly deeds tncrrled ViaugMen .f Alexander communities on.the tlgbwar. wfll A
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lot cap when the ..U.k'was r ":The gifts the( cant.l> bought? Graham Bell, Inventor of attend at the invitation 0[ Q. O,

ferrying to EnlandllJU\Ied while ,:. ": '.,. the telephone: Lindiey, ,Miami member of the ,.
searching for a telloy Merry pilot ' state road dfpartment.Dedication .
J reported missing along the, tame Theo gift kIthotitthe'giver Is, :/ of the K.f7 West .
rout. The crtih occurred 'fa : erbG .\ WNOW.G tAT gateway will take pUo at 10( _''
Nos 1194-n .ww'riotturim .r + t:p.t, .. ro: ya"p 4'I: a.'rn.',i'Stodj W nd; WhU. *.,.
April 1943 after $2,000,000 )had Reversed, that makes the gift of Florida City ceremonies are
been ipeat by' the United States The gift beyond, BASE HERE TELLSOF scheduled for ):)0 J>. Jn. at the "I:
government ,in rescue attempts, compare._ self'"I fork -where/ a curving spur COBnectt ,t''.
that Col. Bernt BIch, arctic exJ BLITZKRIEG the old highway extension '
>*rt,'tucceeded in.landing *.plane. of South Knwn"tv<*. with tile "
"QM"" vw ice cap ana uxing on: witn.uryiving road constructed on the roadbed <-
", .mbera.Of th* party. 698.Jamaican i "We thougnt ft was just a of the r. t C. railway.
The crash was.due MARKET MAKES Negroes After Cov. Holland hat dedicated -
to the complete practice air raid alarm," Pie.1 .i'
absence of jhadoqr and con Processed at Goulds the highway at Key Went ,
treating objeeta iQ tilt ice'cap, I Sant Malxner of Hom tet4 Army hit party will proceed north, etopt
Ctpt Mohtevrd esld< 'Soth he I ,PROFIT OF $4,567 tarnworhn'fror Six hundred ninety>4lfbt negro Alr'rieloV who wa, a aitixen Clf, > Marathon for lunch and triM :ern .
c 111II.hi. ,.co.I1<<.aaree4 the plane I Ij i Jamaica, the Poland when Hitler staged his! It Florida City In time for the

wad about' 7S feet above the lee 1 DURING 1943-44 west second Indiet group possession frond this to'clew British ineak >IJbkrlel on that nitlon, scheduled ceremonies there. '
(Continued on Page Five) Flaming U make the trip to
told the
f through Miami. arrived last weekto Homestead Rotary Clubn Key Welt lot th* ceremonies at '
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A,prom at J4.M'f,3S boa been relieve,the manpower shortage I talk at iU meeting Wednei- that end are County Commlinlort '

'PIERRE'M'DANJEt'I e.n> d,>y thy Florida! City StateFarrnera' on farm In Connecticut andMichigan. day noon in Legion Hall. Chairman Pittton. Bird, and
Market thui'fir duringthe They were ..hlppedS.turd.y .JPvt- Maliner was Introduced by Commltalonen! Hugh Peters and
p to. there two rtatei after M. John T. Lynch editor Of the H.-P. Lowry Jnen'lbert of the :,
S' MISSING AFTER 1943-4 season ai compared being processed at the colored Clipper, air but newspaper Who I road and bridge committee of the "
with $130972or 1(42-43, it Was migratory labor, camp at Opuldt. explained that the speaker 'hadbeen Dade County eammlloD.nd '

HUNGARY learned this' week from a finani The tint shipment of Jamal |n th* United Stale only County tugboat Rader.THE''WEATIflCR. ,
fLIGHTSecond ela i l ttatement'made by the manage earn through Miami arrived April three year land would require the '
21 and were houNd *t the Gouldt close attention of hit audience In '
: C. S. Phillip, to the'jocal I I I'
It. Pierre camp while awaiting transports order to Ore 'undentood clearly ., '
McDaniel, advisory committee. L ast year O/nrd arbor .pow as !too
Plot in the "0. ,8. Army AIr the Florida City market waa the tion. There were aOf of them Malmer however, was able to ......... 8_....:..r=....
and .they were ---- -- ---
: 'FOTCM hat been tent to farms In paint .remarkably vivid picture
reported missing only state market In Florida that Date M... MI... Bar. feab. if i
Connecticut New of of
}I In action i ilnce April 13 when he returned I profit from Iii Opera-' Jersey and results Hitler't tre.cherotur ---- '
; other easter rtstates. *.klng of promises to Poland. IH 'taM"Mays.
failed to return from aflight lion. > May\ .. M
''over Hungary, hit mother, Mra Since the fiscal year of the The first Jamticant to'enter the Maltmr took part lit the deem N <4 M.0> : I
Jew U Fouth 'of Miami,. wttnotified market doe not d'until'June United'Statet for farm labor vie of Warsaw, Heaped to Russia May 6. a..1'1 1917 '..01MayT. <
Saurdty by the war oVpartment ao.,and ealet' have'tapered to a landed, af ;toot Oreans.last turn- 'worked in Lithuania and . M W 24.89 w
.: negligiblemount, while salaries mer. luula, then went to Japan and May 154 M lO.OS
' Lt McDantel. whoM fate father and other expenses continue alan came,, to,the United States fromtleeret I May*.. 86 61 10.0S 0.01 J'
was In the automobile buiinem almost romtanWIgur, 'there ,May M- It <1 MJX 0-M
.for many' years In Homeatead, may be tome variation from the SWIMMING'POOL+ .
was a graduate of Homestead net gain reported by Mr, Phillips -
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b High' School and attended the; but he told this advisory' eomroltteer Roll Call of Service :Men ,to Feature'Mother's ; !
:'university
4, ;''terinng the,army. ____ "I (Continued on page Seven) Day Service at M/JL (with .

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'toc t tILi' t "t ;t ':J; r I At Mother1 Day services Of the Ruff. A. t Debt, Charll Glenn, i

( : '$ l Hamt ad Methodist Church/ Roger .Glenn, Kenneth Glenn,
against 'ie uitateed'i"ve ticip pl Sunday is' ... Robert Vwna Harold Vrana. Ed.Pacettt .
reedg wornhig, sit of.
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eARiencallill1o&f > ming pool will be reopened to1.1.. will ,. Winfred.J.. .....* ;
hex'pre
morrwr after having been.clotad llglout significance Hardy, Rudolph Young, B, E.
,,,\ Proteef against attempt i Legion ) Re tented to the oldest mother present -
e ttt poet, anc by the all winter and' of Jut fall Young, Harold "cK8,.. Donald
pan ,
'. '%- tlnit3a l State.:>opTO grt fi tary Club Wednesday noon fol. who fa. member erf that McKay, Ira Davit, Robert Cape: l
Manager.Art
n a* the v JapaMM-AoH( Mn'ouanat lowing II talk by W... J. Geronlmo -: McKee announced church It 'wat announced UUt Unger, Job VFhichtrd. Bey Smith,
evacuatto rtculatieni wit adjutant of the pott. We JMada,. | weekby the patter, .Dr: O.Sewell James Redd. Utter Smith, Wad
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Both club and the Legion It will be-Open,13 hours a day Palmer.A Smith Harry Bowen. Raymond) +i
M M W to) resolutions to b* poet roll call of ell 'men or the ,i
win act next' week final drtfla -from Hayes, James Gibbt. Aody Cibha,
40 tinter beak bd ee orgewesimoss on ,I till 0. church who are In service wia be
ta the Ketfland DlaYldt: 01 the retolutlont:;which will bepatterned i A thorough Job of iandbutt- mad, and their parents, other i 1..1.. Clbbt Bobert Part. CtrlTweeddl
the Radians OMrict Liens Char, oa tIN .10110drat'tMI I i Elton Sub ..r1'tllf4Wi ;
tbe liaelaod Mi T a Load Lgte coaunttte conv tiny hat removed tile accumulation relative or clot friends will b* i Fucht, 'Jr, Wilbur: IT**,' spark.
",Jpir* I3. trey 3talarrw Mfeby 'Vold ;..... W -r-- .. at Itai* and algae it set Vie tide! **k4 M tefMr4* for them. man Holding Iwwlay Baker. L i.
ota ; rr"W1IOIA : 1W eervloe,rod of the M.odW -
hi AnIIw! : and-Wtom tf the',Pool. .McKee, Graham,, WtJttam C Payne, Fnd
The awn 'auther-- .,.tt loss" cooi to tau 841k .new"**>rmfboard. hid pattor Church. to at, at follow given: out by.tie I Hobart' Chance RobrtaonJr., I
DM i s111rar cairn of Total & ... .:.* for ae.3meter'div.tows i. Paul ,Rue,', Millard; Norton, V. ,.. ;$lee esstHs.ry PitVp*

a tap. by Br 'Oem'' [ 40, 'American y1W. y ?;;;and a" tit the sewer 'TonvCWnt. Theodore.J'r1lM lam. Harvey'.... Rue.;, Maria*.'.JacoWw.J ,,. ......J t 1p
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.... ,.. .. ,. NO MUD-SUNGING Baptist Young People j t

I; OUR MEN IN SERVICE 3: ,f In Froffram'Sunday I[I a\ .

CONTINUES RULE Mother's Day service at : .,

y ..-...-: Tint Baptist Church of .
v-'V'I SAYS CALDWELL!stead will! be conducted Su be't.I '
"Rumble Seat- Johns M iVeroon Turned USN by It* former pastor. Dr. J I
i Direct Service Center'back la Miami from .ea duly, Is Johnston of Miami. The : .
i i the proud father of a 7-pound Tallahassee May U-(Special)I'
the Rev. L. B. Crantford, will
Tonight the Oeronlmo Crusader It-ounce daughter Cheryl Anne, Without even a pause after the. absent attending the
I born Mays In Jackson Memorial first primary, Millard Caldwell
*, Shorty Cash, Herman t Hospital. H* and Mr*. Turner, candidate for governor, I* again Baptist convention In Atbmta. I I t'
+ Thomas, Billy Caves, F4 Wright who has been in Miami since last carrying his message direct to the II The following program will I f'
4 and myself went to the service I July, are residing at 174 tf.W. people ever the state, trying to
i club," Pvt. Bob Glenn write the, tad it The paternal grandparent personally contact M many u
of the hew baby are Mr. and Mrs possible and leaving his menage r.'I
lAad.lutnpdN: from Fort
a Ceo. W. Tuner of JIO IIIt4acI.. in every locality. I
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McPherson Ca. '
"There U no change in my program '
"You could have knocked "'I T. Sgt EUred Deweeie, aerial ," Mid CaldwelL "What 1, :
down with a leather when w* photographer stationed at Quan- have offered the. people It my SOUNDGOVERNMENT
looked at the matter of ceremonies tlco, Va. will leave Monday aftera well .considered plan JOT Florida : '
and MW Old Rumble furlough la Homesicad. : at far w 1II possible to' foreseeevents. .
Seat (Bill) Johns. Bill Is permanently ' My campaign In this see-' !
n stationed ther' an< Lewi Faker, radarmai,second and lap of the.. race for governor
really got out of bJi) way to show class, will leave Sunday after a' U exactly the *m* ai.the> fin .
the boys from Homestead and vicinity leave spent here with his parents,i and I thai conduct It In the earn*' I
a nice time. H* knows the ,Mr. and Mrs. C. D. taker., He way. I have made no promise of' I
ropes her, and to really glad to baa seen service to'North Africa. a political job and I have mad wSAFE \ I I
tee Homestead boys. I no trade for vote I than make, ;
"Hi service club Is also good bar- none. Ify administration must be -
a I Mrs. Selma Kelts and eon, I
what I Mated It 'would be '-- .J I
place to hav:i good time. The Ffc. Albert Belts entertained at many
'orchestra Is !vdt up of fellow dinner Wednesday Eldred De- weekl ago>1 sound eonunon-
that cam train with sense, Iwalneas-lik admlnttra, )! I
on.the HANDS
up
wren and Sin Bkntdo of the .... ,
lion of government 1 I
AM. And. boy; the** Georgia U''S\-.I rY Craps .and' Lewis .
teaches are everything you ever Fake.of the.Navy. I ,Anotherjpoint whlcK 'Caidwetltreated II
tle d'abollt them, Southern no- wa* thathe: 'would continue ,
Vitality really prevail" i ) to Ignore mud-dinging. I
Wm U. Johns, former Homestead 'will engage in no mud-tUnglng
newspaper, man has of re- SPEED CARTOONS 'or character attacks against my Florida's war problems and post-war problems
cent years been engaged In commercial opponent, and I will continue to
.. radio work. FASCINATE 4 5RIDS' carry the campaign dll'ftto the will Be serious ones. Our share in winning
... Individual citizens and voters Ignoring the war . jobs for returning service men and
Second U Edward R. Hickson. the trading politicians" he
women( highway improvements . em-
bombardier on a B-24 hag completed OF LIONS said. *

his training and I. now ,r 'r than 112,000 people be11eved ' ployment for war workers , these are some
+ overseas, according to word received forty-five' 'son and daughter I 'me In the first primary." of them. .
by his parent Mr. and ranging In ag* from a month to he said "and I feel that thou-
Mrs. J K Mlckson of Naranjo.r I mends of others who supported
26 attended
. year a meeting given
J' la their honor Tuesday nightby other candidates will turn to me To solve them successfully we must have a
Theodore Kendrick, fireman, for the tame reason In the *ecend. -
their father or "father,pro)I capable, steady, calm, level-headed and experI-
first class, ..
veie.
K USN spent Wednesdaynight tern"' in the Redland District I[ I hope they '
and Thursday with his : enced of tested ability MillardCa1dwell'
i par Lions Club. Lion who have noi I governor ,
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.f ants Justice of the Peace and Mr. children or whose children were Rookie: "Why don't you laugh record in private life, in public life, if
Sid U Kendrick while enrout when the Nreantell..
horn a
not it brought the
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I on t transfer from Bainbridge, and daughter of neighbors sons or 1 Private: "I don't have In the Legislature and in Congress proves him f

\ Md to Key West other friend {being transferred Joke1"1 to be such a man. Vote for him!I' .
Speed t I Atlanta Two Bells.rerrremti.
cartooning >j Re4/ '
HAAFCOIONEI Thornton of vaudeville fame fea*) I.Florida Will '''Have "
tured the evening. The artist : l 'Sound Government

called on children to draw any, In Safe Hands When You Elect:
AWARDS MEDAL kind of a line or curve on a black I
I board and then used it as the I CAB SERVICE
xglnnlng 01. finished and,i
WON OVERSEAS sophisticated cartoon. The kids, Millard Caldwell
mate' It up" and :Mr. Thornton;I at reasonable rates ,

Homestead field. May 10... would have been kept "eomplet-'
Ina" their artistic effort until Day Phone.9108
With the word. "For meritorious
achievement while participatingin the w** email hour If their Your Next Governor
aerial flights In Ole Africa- wishes In the matter had been Night Phone ........ 239 . .aPolitical

Middle East Wing. Air Transport observed. of ( Adr. Paid for by friends of Millard Caldwell)
Command" Cot B. H. Merchant, Election officer for the ensuing HOMESTEAD CAB UftTICIT ,
commanding officer Homestead year will take place at next ..
O. FlaBuaer, free.
k'
meeting of the Lima'Club
Army Air field, fla. on Saturday
presented the Air Medal to Cspt I : M +
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James M Hendrix, at a formal review -
.. her ,,,,

The twenty-seven year old flyer -
stationed here M Snd OTU flight
Instructor, served oversea for
fourteen months. H* was graduated
a* an Air Cadet In '>D. and RED LAND BRANDFERTILIZERS i
until caned to active duty In
June of '41, flew for TWA.
Now living at Avocado Drive U
Homestead with his wife. Mildred '
E. Hendrix, th* es taln' < .
permanent address Is O rkeviIK )
Ohio, where his father, Wilbur J. .
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Hendrix resides. .
t Consult about fertilizer : .. '
ROLL CALL us your require-
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(ConUnutd From Page One) 1Ift1 menls for the.cOomlng-year.
C, a Rica Stanley Wlttkop, Oar. II' .
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n land Wynn Jr, Augustus Wynn, '. .
Gerald f. Powell Ridley Craw.ford. {j. /; :"$;
and :
Due sleirty (
to regulation
,J. fred McConnell: John government f' : .
r. Davis. Letter Doan, Wilbur .'

.J. Richarda.Nabor a S. UcElroy. and Paul .'. . 'ages'of several materials we,will l not'be abjfjo. | ::" :>' : ,

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;:f proof-bound all except two New oft Testament three of these, to .'x : make -ALL of our regular matures. But we.will'do l :::, :r

men* Mr. Palmer said. { :.

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: IltitlfliIIIIIl1111fllllilllIIIl11lIIIIIDq! CHASTAM PLANS IT. '&:'Band, Glee Club ,,' I GREEf-TO SPEAK j[posed;'to.those; 'financial: tatenat +

' />" To Concert May 18' : and monopolies seeking to coo- t'
five lid TKUahaavee.

I 20 Years Ago DEPUTY IN EACH .. 'To annual spring concert of:., ATM H PARK I lor I I When announcing hit ant ma-
the Homestead High School band speech In the second pHI >

r and glee club will be held next :; !I wary, Congreaman Green said: "I
TW MtowtM IMM ml .*..*..... DADE COMiMb1UNITY Thursday evening at I clock In FRIDAY NIGHT i I will discuss fully these issue
I.- tmnr rwi am .. >W eeN nvW the Neva King Cooper School When I face the food people of
M..a..d labs too the fir.. mlI
ttoe a..d LoaM, ....... I... of I auditorium, announce Mia Le- :',: Dade County and South Florida r
*. IN. ... ....* OM.fi. IMl"Iw Appointment a deputy In II Miami. May II-Congressman'Lax In Bayfront Park on next FrI.i _F
..Ma ... M_" s.w.y. .., each community of Dad County. onera Stewart, music director of Green win speak In Bay. i,
hiN lib tint, so that the rural and leas populous the Homestead achoola. front Park, Miami. Friday nllhllI |claro"J,"

areas would receive the best Fund from the ticket sale win Green, runner-up. to Millard .
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} i law enforcement protection possible go toward buying an oboe neededby I Caldwell in the first Democratic I I Wtah Granted
concerted P y-tjp Week la one of the principal the band, she said. primary for governor, received Judge: "Now what do you have
I campaign that coven Dad County points in the program of K 8Chastaln The program follows: "Merry 14.000 wotee In Dade County placing : I I to say for yourself a

I'f' betio today . and now the candidate for sheriff In Maiden- Fulton). "Phantom I bin second only to Senator Motorist: "1 with I were where
Leader come out with an extra the May U run-off primary, be Trumpetert. tone poem (Gil- Graham there arent any traffic amps." ',
+ to usher the stranger Into tbiRedlandIX.trH announced a* h* paid a visit to 1 let): "Officer of the Day Speaking over the radio! In Miami I Judge "Granted. Thirty day y

." South Dade thla week (Hall), vocal solo by LatreU : Saturday, Lx Gwen praised speeding" Atlanta Two-Bella.
Water. "Deaert Song" and "Riff the program which Senator Ora-
"Honwaieadi and Chastaia mid
theN
sewer water- was countywide
If IfII' gone bonbon solos (Rom. ham bad .proposed iq his campalfn First Maid (talking about a
work system will be planned toaccommodate awing to kit banner, y
Ift berg) by Helen Tomerlin. "Come* and expressed the confidence party given the day before by bar
through eI
a city of five tbou- organization a groupof
send . ," leading citizens throughout to the Fair," -My Hero" "! Hoard that the. people of Dade mUtreea):."And they all came In
a Forest Praying "..ala Llndy County and South Florida would limousines and bad on the grandest
Dad, who have dubbed themselves
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t "Undsejr It Llrlngrton. on* ofHomeateexff the "Commltte of'On- Lou," glee club accompanied by "go along with himGrilli, cloth: and wore the biggest ti
: prominent and mod John Pope;; "Washington Post who baa faithfully served the diamond*

i tiiflMy esteymed citizen, died,laa Thousand., March (Souls); "Victor. ,Horberf .-. peopl of bit native state for M Neighbor Maid: "And what .... .,'
Miami hospital' S after under- H* Insist that his campaign Favorites"; "Rood.Caprle- year, declared be was fighting j did they. talk about" y..

going an erattoij. far ..ppeod1.cttll. !. Will be.wiled aolely on his own cloao" ("Mendelssohn piano solo the fight 6t the people a* op. First Maid "Us. -Ax.
." : merits and not the demerit of his by Ardel parman. "Deep Purple" :.f.fWS

"Mr. ,nllfrf? Wm. J. CeronJ. second primary opponent, ind heII (Peter D* Rose); "Victory" (Yo-
mo 'aD" oft, WrnUm. Ir.tf Mex- baaing his bid'for the highest drt and Star Spangled Ban

ko'krrived' yftrteVdiy+ for'a. visit law his enforcement" Ch ice In FlorIda and ner" (Key.) ,. tb* Mead and .*l with Mr,, Geroftlmo brother, on "experievice'ibtlIty'
J of Lox Greet wb
Intelligence. In law enforcement
Anthony Geronlmo. ..,! matter Inch of top, rub surface with oilor knew kbe beet eaJera bum
.Mn. liarry Hunterwas eWtpreelden other fat and bake until tender -
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for Governor t e feUew
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Chastshi married Dixie Her-
I 4 (,.of..Flor| I .- City,, long,'dauihter of Mr and' Mr. elt..... */ Florida.
T, A. Mrs L. r, Chapman' .
was
mad*.vlo-pr! aldent, ,*, J."M. Herjong.ot Miami, pioneer side.A We voted In Bradford '' J
citizens of South Dad. for the '
.
"Born-to the Rev and be
Mrs. part II year h* baa been con- good chowder may mad'I' County ai follow:
C. N. Walker on May's a little liable la hit horn district and with celery, milk and egg : For Lex Green..1997 ;
daughter weighing s 1-J carrot and *.
poundi Season with
tint h had
each opposition wa
For All 5 Other
They have named herCarol elected by large majorities I .
Swaki'Bom. bean, the "ihrlnk-' Governor Candidates
Try
Beside locating deputies In the snip '
-to Mf and Mr*. Wm. respective communities ao they 'Joan vegetable, In a salad for I' i . ... .. r. 567 "
K. Syket; Jr. on May 6, twine' will be on Immediate ,can at aU something different i iTo
a boy and a girl ," time and available at a moment'i -- Join with m I* elect Lei Green Governor of Flerlda "The

"Born-to Mr. and Mra /. P.I notice to make Investigation In keep cheete from molding or 11!' All Florida re,le'a Candidate" He la the beat ejuUfled and
.....
will keep the filth He to set by the Mc-BMnle4
John of OJu on Apr 28, a 10- the neighborhood Chastaln pro- drying out, rub th'olr'nu 1 Intervals and ha* refused deitallena from them He..a.*
pound baby girl whom they have pose to appoint women deputies with a bit of salad press stash fond Kb character and honesty are ne.MtUooed IU
named Teresa Joyce .* ,to look after juvenile problem wax paper tightly against U' ndenuad nerUal problems and baa the wisdom. Judgmentand

"Burrell L. Joiner arrived in and matters pertaining to women Store It In a cold place closely honesty to serve aa Oereraer. Aa Governor be will" serve
Homestead to visit his mother. to provide closer co-ordlnatloa of covered, and away from moist I' tbe peer Red needy aa well aa the rich. With Us* all are creed
Mra Guail Joiner, ." the communication systems and .. 0......_",. He baa ameaaplUhed MOT for Florida In the
more adequate road patrol for .It.Don't Concrete than any other C...,....... Ills ability boa beenreeecalsed ,
"
Mr. and Mr*. B T Collier are and highly eemmeaded by MMy of ear NaUeaaleaden. J
)leaving for San Antonio . ," protection on the highway, and boll ham before baking lilacs DeaMMratle Leader MeCoraaack recently bald ,
"Mr and Mrs W D. Mahan to Install Innovations In crime Just almmer It, which require a! ..I tab outstanding Floridians
fI will leave Friday for Okla. prevention and detection longer cooking period but get
Many of tile grower of South better results
bom . ,
I Dad.including soma who have .. I JOHN W. MrCORMACKllk KITOEM 'T. WJTNALTSecretary '
Joined the Commite of One
To cooked carrot add bit of DM. MaMMhewtU
a
Holies School Wins High I Thousand,"'already have pledged I
malted fat mixed with ,
War Department Rating Support to Chactaia U) the second chopped, cruse of the Milerlty Leader )
chive mint.
primary, and they expect this section panky, or I U018B OF RlTtEMMTATIVES C. ft.

Jacksonville,. May 11 (FNSBolle )- of the county to roll up p, ,- WASHINGTON a C. ,
School ha* been given. a large vote for him on May 21 A drop of bright Juice 'on the Honorable U* Green December 11. 1M3 'J
paraffin covering of Jerks and Assistant Democratic Whip ,,
.rating, a* teu.et'!Jo*IIo I""d. tanlet| U good sign that the.seal House of Representatives, "

,jninlatrativ and. !uLlng program .' TASTY has been broken. To:......1. re- Waahlnfton. D. C

b"tb. War Department, .. TIPS move the. paraffin wipe, the Inside Dear LeI!:
! Frees the of the top of.th* glass clean 1 take this opportunity In the closing days of this w
Tit, ratings were Issued after deep apprecla-
to extend to
and onion of Congress you my
t offl.e'.1 War lafennatte dry. Pour on enough new
an Inspection by ,lit Lieut. Roy Von for your wholehearted cooperation with me for the
wt paraffin to cover and rotate
enactment of legislation. for the advancement of our
Lewis, Infantry professor of military the glass M that the paraffin hit nation and particularly for your aupport of our Government
.Science and tactic ,on Apr Transform leftover with fresh all the edge and make a complete 'a war effort
.fl pepper, which .rt.* good a* aeaLStuff Numerous war enUbllahmenU In ;your state andvast
; .'In addition to rating "excellent" mushroom for this purpose Or ; expenditure of war funds In Florida stand a* a ;
on' every point In both branches, stuff them,' top with canned tomatoes pepper; with a mixture I lasting monument to your achievements but beyond and
special commendation.'wer given and. bake of finely diced fish,' cooked rice above this, you have worked diligently and unselfishlywith
" on numerous point. 0.- and seasoning Cook the pepper your AdrnlalrtraUon for the general high achievements -
i The military band wa site To prepare baked beats wash slowly In ,half-cup f which our nation ha made In war productionand full
done part
I specially commended. thoroughly remove ill but an bouillon In frying m actual combat You have your
a heavy chicken I and your state should be proud of this matchless record
Your courage, ability and experience la recognized

"-""-"'"" ' ""'"' I" "I'". '.... . ...... ,. :,.: .,. .. ... ,, .. ....{.,. ...iu..iri.T.i.Tr7T: by your assignment OIl,elKht rerulir standing committees :
I, Including a chairmanship which U more than !held .
by any other member In addition to these high committee : ''
alignments you have mad a record In the length .'.!f
I of time served and upon'your actual aocomollshmenUai I
r Assistant Party Whip These capacities of responsibility ?
Experience leadership did not com by accident but tame -
I a1 ; .. remit of your abllly, character and actual m..lt.Your .
devotion to duty, rugged honesty and sincerity at .
1 all time has won for you the! confidence and the esteem
Of UM enUre Howe membership ,
I We have at all times( been solo to depend noon you
In the enactment of legislation to preserve the security, !
Elect z freedom ,and liberty of our people and nation Your :

1 twenty ,..ra" service here' has been during a period of
our nation .,..ttet history and I dire aay that no other \
.jCongresonaa can Justl? point' to achievement* freaterI "
: Khan yours. Your excellent. and constructive *xperlenc .f
CHASTAIN s : presents to the people of Florida the opportunity of ,".1.
your wise counsel and experienced leadership during ,
.
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I the vm to com*. !
With kind personal rtcards I am .v

Sincerely, your friend c d
> Your '
JOHN VI, McCORMACK. w
w. Majority) Leader ,

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SHERIFF"Qualified
Fiend will let* the able services ef I**' Green la Congress

.beeaaee the *fne. *f Cencrcecmaa-At-Large. been abeltohrd. ,

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LEX GUSH WILL 8TCAK t* Ik. people of Florida Monday,,

't' I May If at I:41 p. a4 Wednesday, Mar IT. at II a.'m.! Tnars;

: day,'.Mfs.laUI7:ipja4 Meaday May M. al Till: P. amt and :

'Taea,([, 'rII.: at II a. ... ever ."......' 11t)Q. vrTTL., '1 1I

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*. JoWl by the state't(}" fIf Cardboard conUlners are abatf.tutety I M e.. _......."!, .M".N N A cutting Ante civilian; !fwpplies ,t*
.1 MKESTEADLEAM1 :Ota* extent bUt with
health and the Cl\11d1w'iWR swcessary in transporting reaoojrt
, *f the U 3 Department o* Labor 20 and 40 millimeter ammunition ..your'Dates' With conservation. supplies in general
AND CNTlilPBISXa meet all essential demand/
*4 ennounos seat by the bu- tracer and projectiles which tbould
' room" mjBUJU1BIB r.*u'> regional cosecs report, have to be manufactured to extremely Production of facial tissues, baJbHB
'J Uncle Sam maintained at ihs 1"2 rate
close tolerances Shipping
Maternity care for 10M o rvicemen's .
\, '........ require that each of these shells, tot the> Last two year
rMwe .
u be as soma Ddp tInJr N minim w---Caeerq.r1., March wives-a was new authorized high monthly durIng and there are millions shipped .................................... e e .

I teeoedbringing the total authorization monthly must be protected *o MtATS. rAlS-Sed 10-potat This Is I Invasion year," the uClru to MM line the Joint that they can not chip or mar tamp At through TS good Indefinitely rector of OUT said and the ton*.'
...... ... program was. Inaugurated In one another It marred the projectile No more red stamps portatton system must be free M' ?
, UUCfljSbMVtVf AACZU Florida last June I. would not reach tae target -,,valid until June I. respond to any demand that the
MtarUT Officially known a* the Emergency due to IrregulsrtUes In flight occasion may make upon It. The
GOODS Btu 10-
," rt *tt.L DtcnxKM Maternity and Infant Care "Your co-operstlon In the saving PROCESSED unessential traveler will have
-- .... .-.. Program, it after with the minimum af wait paper wilt result lit point Four stamp A4 through Ql la only himself to blame it lie t* IW
of red tape Involved for the delivery of vital material, thereby Book good ftideflnttely definitely stranded, or finds kin

dsetaT" applicant free medical, hospital insuring aa early victory Perhaps SUGAR-Stamp* SO aM II In Pullman reservations summarily
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In, Ise and nursing can lot servicemen's delay in turning to that waste paper I Book Tour good /Indefinitely for 6 canceled, w And passenger schedule
I Damao J 0. c.MT'i"i w.. KNt wives during pregnancy childbirth pile may delay the return of .pound Stamp 40 food for 8 temporarily disrupted and
a -. $IM; ae.. list and air weeks after and sbe'your son from this war!" I pound of canning sugar through intercity base* completelywsmped

ear for the Intent during the' feb, tt of next year.SHOESAirplane ( the director _let.
lessees d. moat .... arm first year, Legal residence Is notfactor stamps land . .
lee. IsM N e 00...Me..MvIde.* et atan0 I la the plan and no question I I t food indefipltely.CASOLINR.AIe. Keeping the weed down t* the
are asked concerning financial most<< Important part *f cultivation -
status, tor no charity I* Involved. ' coupons good say garden specialists of the'
through Aug. I. U. S. Department of, Agriculture,
The Rainy Season Servicemen' wives may obtain I : FUEL OlU-Period 4 and 1 To get weeds cot of rows of seedling .

application blank from the state. I coupon remain good. through plant it may be necessary to
BIT Aaale fttarbtw rUaaelrleb board of health la JacksonvlIUu 'Au|. LAmerican do MIne weeding with the finger

The tree arc willed end the land I Red Cross?center and fool almost I' . ai Instead of with a .rake ,or hoe,
athirst an hospitals Hospital and) i service men overseas Killing the weeds when they are

We long for fain cloud to rod physician are paid on t may again ordet Cbriatma gift man makes the job easier and
: and bum up sis for the car they eoat'I this year lor their friends and give the plants a better chance
relatives In the United States.1 from the start .
To quench muck Ore and cleanse In no case. extra pa ,
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I of the) The men make their selection .
the air. One rain by the patient or on behalf
., Would make earth' brown I patient I* permitted for either' t1 from catalogue at army .exchanges -i BSji, flke waste paper, shouldbe
parched carpet green again. I hospital care or physician services or navy.lllip services and turned In to salvage center
+ When Thor awakes and thunders the bureau' announcement lid them on order blank The for UN In the manufacture of
his commandsr said t order ore then tent to the United asphalt roofing, blueprint paper

If; *oud* to come and break State to be filled and mailed In and other essential purposes. *,
-111111111IFFF"'W" N or time for Christmas.! a .
< above the land, Waste Paper SpeedsVictory
a e e All driver using their can tot
then Wave
and bud hut waiting tIn
: II: to be born MOT than I.MO hospital In occupational driving ("B" and
the United States have been selected "C' driven) and all small delivery
Will come forth la the night to an appeal for more wastepaper
greet the dawn. a* a raw material for war, Stan esas are plead to Agfa wick to serve as depot hospitals trucks are now eligible tor
er Army and liny aad .a.aid to for the limited civilian distribution Dew passenger tI'ftn OPA
The piano key will stick, the production. Rear Admiral HarryU
pent their tat War tad TO erf penclIUn. The hospitals
pay
roof will| leak. 8rl_. Inspector of naval saalertal -
Boetawaai'* Male at Pace I* received their first shipments On Backwoods Diplomacy
Week will .not dry and swollen declared that failure to,
changing currency tar CaHed State May 10. Hunter' (to old guide): "'Ita""
door
will creak. sav waste paper can delay the Tar Beads. Be boa area eaoofh "
been lost In the woods?
Who Maw? Some hour well return .f ...... from the war. of war to knew met lips kelps you ever
massy Us of facial tissue by war Old Guide "Hope-I never did
gladly spar the Ma Admiral Brinasr said: -n-e no ...
plant for cleaning precision metal lost but I bewildered
get was
: When once the rainy season ha Is botntely ne etaggeratloa .lathe Pot pa.e dea''. tit west fer vietay parti and polishing lense and for four days.-Quebec ChronNcleTelegraph once
begun statement that wade JIIIPfIr : sae m... WIll ......
increased us* In .hospitals are .
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J. may b* as deciding an Influencr
In the wars outcome as the mobilization
Free, Maternity Care for of the fleet of pleasure

Army Wives craft that saved the British armyat
Dunkirk. .
Mare than 1500 ervfcemenl Itn of the thousand*'of'n.ry I

" wives living to Florida have had use of wants. paper .* the apparently f.W * f/nt! Pie N-.) $ "
or shortly win bane Ire. mater- unimportant but '.ec.. .HARES: .
j any and childbirth care for themselves nary container which protects the
and their new born babies I shell In transit from the finish
under the program being carried er'* ,bench to the gun breech.

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.y 40NMAAFPLANE to a crevasse, and toward the distance. They found the crew Oelkers Says Problems of, Farmer, Not r(
last of the stay the plan had to in high spirits Their ordeal
be abandoned -a anew hots. seemed to be over. Demarest put I Too Difficult for Him to Understandindustry \I
KILLED IN MID-Alit One man fell Into t crevasse new dressings et Sptna's broken I
while exploring for t possibleway tree, attend the other frostbitten -
out, but he landed OD' members of the crew, and agriculture, has received -and after finding a solution had
COLLISION MAY 5 teetering shelf from which Capt then he and Tetley beaded back vary: little attention and encouragement to plead with the federal government -
; Monieverde and his navigator to get the sleds and bring them from leaders In government to recognlt and approvethe
..d, Homestead Field May 11. A! rescued him with a rope made of I to the plane Richard Oelkers, Jf, candidate solution they bad found.
list of the army fatalities remit parachute shroud lines. Anotherman I "The crew, waving to them eagerly I toe' state legislature In When the government got around
\ i ins from the mid-air collision of lost both his feet from gangrene at they headed over the last Group I, said Wednesday. to approving it and the kinks
, ,1 a Liberator-Express. B-S4 plan I caused by frostbite. Still 'sip, saw Demarest swing his tied Because I represent we et the were all Ironed out, It was then had
from this field, and a civilian aircraft another lost his mind, but re- around to It would be headed lathe most Important Wumtje In the too late for the labor they feat
; f la the vicinity of West Film gained It after the rescue and right direction. Without state, If not the most Important, obtained to aid them with this 'to ,
Beach last Friday, was announced treatment warning, the crust beneath him from the atriculurel viewpoint." yeart rrep. It seems to eae ,
1 , today by the commanding officer The marooned men lived on K- five way, and tied and driver Oelkers said, "It Is my Intentionto a problem our foresee atat and legislatureshould beige
, of the Homestead Army AirField rations while the radio man made plunged Into a crevasse Far make the encouragement and hare *
' 1 attempt to repair the plane's down at the bottom of the crack, greater development of agriculture solve,
,i ', Tip dead and the bsmes of radio that had been smashed in the shocked crew could see the In Dade County one of my The problems' et a (row**' ana
1. their nearest relative are: Capt, the crash On the tenth day, the tall of the shattered aledJut: chief alma. not toe hard tor a buataaes man I'll,
", Kenneth O. Wright, Instructor attempt succeeded and in amateur ,there was no sign of Demarest "n Is true," he continued "that to understand and Intention as a baslntM M give
CI'+ survived by Mrs. Mildred L In, Maine picked up the dla "Lieutenant Prltrhard tetunwd we have a state experiment Italian man it is my Otlkere ;
tress signals and that In his Grumman that to work.Ing thllll practical *udy "
Wright wife, of Dallas Taxes; relayed them to afternoon in Dade County "We saswheats fate
,i Capt Lte /. .Railing, pilot. Salt army and navy stations. Search Just at bad weather' was dosing' wonders to the developmentand continued. elmllar.Tb (
r Lake City: Utah-aurvlved by ins planes spotted them Its days In again He started back Immediately 'actlianatlsatlcn of ,plants problems very J
a Mn Barbara Hailing wife, of later ; with two more members and order sponsorship of the extension groomleaf fe. prtnct-,
, ,. :. :of the ta the fog he of state university pal Ma crop*
Long Beach Calif.; Ind Lieut tip to this, point the description B-1T crew division our harvesting and ;;
.." Arthur 'W. Dunnlgan, co-pllot, of Capt Monteverdi's arctic flew Into a mountain and all three we have aa efficient growing It, It
,rIf Erie, Perm.-survived by Mrt experience has been written from ,men were killed."Lieutenant I county agricultural agent organisation then getting It en1\* *""jkeVPlating !
reed
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Margaret J. Dunnlgan, wife, of notes taken during hit talk at the Monteverde and the and a well-conducted home requires Growing
,. Claymont. Del; and Technical Homestead Rotary Club. The remaining members of hit crew demonstration department, but It labor and machinery.' and> "
Sergeant Harold X. Ralfofd, engl- long months of rescue activity are received the newt in stunned si seems te me some of the practical requires labor, machinery, and
k 5kk neer. of Waverty, Vm. survived best left to the description lence. And then a storm came problems that could be served for proper weather condition the toat. "
-p by M.... Mary O Rtiford, wife OIL Balchen as told to Corey up that penned them in for another our growers are neglected"Our we can do nothing about machinery r
tame address. All of the next Ford In the Coaler's article: 1 seven days.:. Whets the storm 1 Dade growers not long ago Harvesting requires packing
of kin have been notified: "On Nov S4 we located: the 'broke, Captain Turner of the Air had to solve major problem for and labor and, of court the crop, to the JtacWtlel .
Getting
Hie plane engaged In a routine wrecked Fortress in an Inaccessible ''Transport Command flew over In I I'a themselves-that of securing: adequate requlrea.... ;
h training flight, reportedly collided area some 40 miles from B-17 and dropped food and; labor te harvest their crops waiting market in transportation.
With a civilian aircraft 100 Comanche Bay. We dropped !supplies medical supplies, o and speed un do ,, i
!' yards off-short from West Palm ; but high winds caught the "On December 7, 0Harat feet aboard. At the plane completed "Florida's legislature the vexIng rtf:
t' Beach Crash crews rushing to parachutes and before the stranded 'were In such bad shape that It Its circle, without stopping. we much to solve many of \i
,. the scene were able to recover melt could reach then they was decided Tetley should try gathered speed and took oft flyIng problems of a minor and hors :'
ij.1; two of the bodies complete tailed tantalizlngly out of reach with the motor sled to get him back to,the base safely for nature that beset the farmerfrom :;;
Identification has not yet-been and beyond the deep crevasses. out. They: made O'Hara comfortable "It took os another month by the time he starts planting ,
established, however, accordingto Only; the supplies which we In hit sleeping bag on the plane and dog sled to rescue the until his produce Is en the way ..
field official I dropped free-fall were retrieved. 'sled Lieutenant Spencer went three men remaining In the I to market It can see that mate' ,
A board of officers has been I We instructed them to stay put ahead on snowshoes to test for wrecked B-17 They'bid lived rials he needs are forthcoming by
appointed ,to investigate furtherthe and reported their position to thee : rt'YIand Private Wedel. an on' the Icecap for four and a encouraging those Industries that
cause of the crash, It was announced ' Coast Guard cutter Northland, i assistant engineer from Clinton, half bitter month," produce them. It can authorlae
I which headed for Comanche Bayat Kansas,, followed on foot. Shortly after Ws release from I the modernization of the stataltroad
full speed. Meantime, from'our "A couple of miles from the a hospital Where ae was confinedfor tyseni, with an eye particularly
ARCTIC HERO I auxiliary: weather station at Catranche. wreck, they halted to make an adjustment observation following the rescue ; to the needs of the grower
Lieutenant Max ])*merest in the tied, and Wedel Caps Montevttde was on hit to moving his crops to market,
(Continued From Age One) and Staff Sergeant Tetley came alongside to speak to 0'. way back te California on fur. and It la my Intention to do all
Just before It crashed, As a mate started oat wrth a couple of motor Hare. Suddenly O'Hara heard tough when he was caned beck possible to see that any post-war
ter of fact It could not have been sleds and two dog te_ medal; emtelm, felt Wedel's Mlt- Washington at the express desire road construction program thai
snore than three foR the Ice They had to zigzag around the tened hands clutch the sleeping al President Roosevelt who la undertaken Includes the toads
|A dipping wing struck: the Ice crevasses, Lieutenant Demarest bag, then slide helplessly; over Ms wanted to'get the story: et the sn our agricultural areas,"
and! the next minute<< the B-1T skiing ahead lo test the grow' *. \legs as his grip .......... Tetley Greenland crash first band fromthe Oelkers has advanced a suggea
wag ttlthertfl*and<< crashing on Its !Sergeant IVtley bringing up one tunned the sled, ran It off the commander of the marooned tlun few a source from which
belly; The altimeter had been tn- lied at a time. crumbling crust In the nick of crew and commend Mm for the funds CM be obtained for added
Jew at It measured only the height "A Grumman Amphibian piloted time. They peered down into the capable and leaoWwfut leadership relief of the aged and far schools
above sea level, and the Ice cap by Lieutenant Pritchard ,took off crevasse into which Wedel pod displayed by Monteverde -At the next session el the
itself was thousands of feet above' and managed a successful ending plunged bat there wee no sign throughout the greeting experience state legislature," he points out,
: I on floats in a snow-filled valley of fife -tier will W available lot appropriation
One *f the, men suffered a near the B-17 We flew over the "A little later the sled began to Caps: Mentevtrde but returned an annual Income Glover
broken' arm In the crash..Monteverde. Grumman and dropped snowahoes give trouble; the lubricating oil to,hta duties at Homestead Field MOOeMM from the cigarettax
then 'i rieutett***; had only: and ropes to Lieutenant Pritch ,rose and broke a fuel line the following his trig north for the I propose, we take ll, OMOOof
first aid knowledge,but 'he. set ard, and he reached the stranded motor quit the sled came to a broadcast lost Sunday He and this money for old age assistance
the -arm (and x-rays' later displeased crew on November 28 81_ final halt ltd drifting snow piled Mrt Monteverde are living at the This fund, matched by
a perfect knitting of the neither O'Hara nor some could high against their tent that night, residence of Mr and Mrs. J. D. federal funds will, I believe, be t
). ) make the Journey back to the by morning, the sled was com Redd while looking ler a house sufficient to guarantee the $40 a
The fuselage of the plant was plane on foot, It was decided to pletely buried: They made O'Hara which ,they can rent or buy. month maximum allowed under
Intact enough to be used at quarters get pledieal help, and Pritchard at comfortable at possible, and the federal-state participationplan
,"+otherwise they: crew would took two other men who were crouched at the bottom of their. farmer Blunt," liked the college to each beneficiary.
have been frozen to death by theWinds walking casualties and flew': them burrow to wait They waited student who was working asa "We can tab $1DM.OM from
which blew M high aa 1(0 back to Comanche Bay 'there week after week: winter,' farmhand during his vacation this fund to bring. the present
miles an hour at the height of Late that night,, Oemar t' and storms made rescue efforts Impossible 'i"do you think III ever become a teacher unit allotment of MOO Up
pliziard.-and one was fa progress fetley brought their sleds to the , although Captain TvrIaer successful agriculturist*" to II000 a unit. This leaves a
the night of the crash. Thetail edge of the crevassed area where dropped food to them. I "Wt-e-ell. you may." doubt. balance of $100000 In the fund
of the ahlp, however, was the BIt lay, and made their way "Early in February, the con-I I fully replied Farmer Blunt, "but which may be set aside to pay
found to be gradually; settling in with flashlights the rest of Pie start gales M up a little, and I [ you'll never be a farmer."-; teachers' salaries during less
-... managed a bellv-landlnf with a Watchman-Examiner 1 yean,' he concluded.
Navy Catalina on the Icecap ft I
the" motor-sled camp! DHara .tl I
..-'"\ lost more than 100 pounds;
the Other two men, thanks toCaptain
Troy C., Davis F Turner's supplies, had
each.actually, gained some 20 pounds Business Men and Fanners:

"Even' after we got''them aboard
I Th nb' yOu the PBY, our difficulties were not Tear problems are mr
over We gunned the motors, but problem
\ For the Vote You Gave Him ,on May\ 2 for the plane stood stockstlU. In the We awed reeevseaUUento
intense cold, the metal bull had aee that cask tai del.
frozen fast to' the ice We p1aeed1 IMT I* spent 'II'heIr. 'My
State a couple of mn on each d man la to ale that for each
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I
I ordered a couple more to run back t m.
RepresentativeLEGISLATURE and forth along the wings, rock- TOURS FOB
lag the ship front side to tide until , vA GOOD GOrEftNMCNT
I we broke the grip of the Ice
( ) and started the, plane. But she RICHARDOELKERSJr. """
: froze fast again the moment we
GROUP TWO, halted to take the crew aboard <
V Then.. taxied slowly lII'a,
and bespeaks real contested large circle in the snow. One bye ) ..
" sappcrt la the ...-el'.primary one M we passed theni the men
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of May n i jumped onto a metal ladder hanging A man trained In
:, from the door ,of the port

:Miam) Lawyer fof 20 Years ,suit plane blister grabbed,Tht each crew new Inalde arrival the For State

and h.uled)1m unceremoniously R.eprete MMive
+ tv'eteranofWendWarIPatron I
<< I I 0objrrt to the May t}

,.of",D+rAe, Cewrtf/Sefcoob' Or. Leonard! W.tattrin DeaMcratie Prtanary

.... r "Sound Business Methods for
Welfare
Active In Civic and Work .: ease a4.aea.1'GLASSES

Sound State Government" ...
(PoU adv, paid for by a klova) '
Ml ":., _s1ac (Political Adv, paid for by Friends of Richard Cotters, JrJda .>
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I r MUSIC CLUB OBSERVES MOTHER'S DAY; MRS.HOLY COOn LAND SPEAKSON WOMAN'S CLUB OFFICERS ARE INSTALLED

ELECTS MUSSELWHITE PRESIDENT Mn. Clayton Sedgwlck Cooper AT SUPPER MEETING HELD IN CLUBHOUSE

Mn Wm Mwsselwhit wu reelected ....din'. "The' Boy'i Mother." poke on the Holy Land at the, Mra Herbert Katz new presi-I the long supper table. Mr*. ElI .

I president of the Monday la Mn. Musatlwhlte tang "Old Neighborhood May meeting Club ot the at the Redland home.; dent of the Woman'a Club, ofHtetd I I chenberger presided tt the punch
Fashioned Mother of Mine" to accompaniment 'bowl.
Music Club at the annual meeting of Mn. Vane Harris. Mn. Ceo. P. and other officer
played by Mn. Let Mr*. H. B. Seattle a toast
gave
held May Sat the home of Wright led In Bible ttudy Mn. were Installed at a buffet cupper
ter Doan. m rhyme to the outgoing president
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ten. J. D. Sim J. Davit
Redd. Others reelected presided
The hostess group, Mra. Redd, meeting In the clubhouae Monday Mrs. Walter Waist, and pre
worst Mr*. Frank Hsus-: Mra. Brandenburg Mrt. Andes Mra. Wright won the priM In night by Mn. J, F, Hammett. a aented her with a gift from the
nut Brat vice-president; Mn bingo president of the club The
past
sun and Mn. Lloyd Delta, 1 j club.
Howard Johnson,. second vicepresident served chicken aalad sandwiches, Announcement was made that other installed were! Mrs. Auguttut Present beside those named

; Mn. Herman mint and iced tea. Mtrilou HaTrit members of the club had devoted Wynn vice-prealdent; were: Mn Adrian Jacobs, Mra
Mark, treasurer; Mn. Sam 'J. and Marian Anderson presided 132 1-1 house to Red Croat work Mn. E. J. !>Tal. second vice- Gerald Higgins MM. & A. Buch

nave, historian: Mn. J. W. Eng at the punch bowl. during the month of April. president; Mn.'H. K. Foulk. recording anon,' Mrs. T. J. Walker..Mrs. B.
Ksh parliamentarian: and Mn Mra. Harris served a whipped secretary; Mrs J t. L.
to Mrt. F,..Pendy; Mrs. Chris Petenen,
presented
Mrs, Hautman
H. music eritle.Mfrs.
fulian Wekater. Jell* deatert'wafen and coffee. Bird, corresponding secretary; .
the club'g Mn. Edwin, McGarrab Mrs. F. B;
Cordon was elected 0. SeweU palmer a gift,
Iwy ; :Present besides thoae named' Mn. P. J. Franklin, treasurer;; and Creen Mrs. R. ,K Kinnard, M rs. ,
for her workat .
senores In. secretary and Mn. Carl token of appreciation Itt choral cljb. ware Mn. Don James, Mn. w.1 Mrs. Virginia Walton, auditor; A. L, CampbelU. Mn. Henry
: corresponding aecretsiry. director of
W, Cunningham Mn. Walter It- Hostesses for the evening. Mn. :
Ruegg Un. Hake Martin Mn.
Mn. J. T. Vann was made Members preeent besMee those ]er, Mn Beat Ihomai, ,Mn. Cha A. F. Arthur, ).I.... Ida Elcben- Mary Svetlay an4..IIra. Rudolph' : '
publicity chairman for the new named wen: Mn. t P. McLean, Calderwood, Mn. Reid Holmes better and Mn Wynn, uaed pink .
year and Mn. Frank Webb, MnJmrJe 'Mn. A. W. Hutchinson, Mn. R.E. I,and Mn. Henry Chaaa and white flowers for decoratingthe Aebi. .. .. ,
Hoot and )(1'1. W R. Bird Edwards, Mrt. J. L. Burton, ).In. Chase win be the'next clubhouse and a pink and "
were named M the program Mn. M. C. Laurence Mn. Fred ioitett. white bouquet at a centerpiece at Mrs. L A.Carter. Mn. Seymour
committee) Redd Mrt. E. U Lawrence Mrt. Dane Mr. J. A. Rotherham, Mrs,
,, )I.... H. Collier presented aMother' W B. Mills Mn. Lee H. Lehman, [ Wm. Housen,, Mn. E. B. baler,
Day program which In. Mn. Ivan Moter Mn. J. R. Rut- THREE SOUTH DADE CLUBS TAKE PART I Mn. J. T. B. McElroy. Mn. E.: F:

0 eluded two mother-daughter land, Mn. E. H. Oallaher. and I IN ANNUAL ACHIEVEMENT DATEVENTS; : Ray. Mr*. Chi. Pratt,.Mr*.: HerJ:
number, a piano duet by Mn. Mn.: C. H .Steftanl man McConnell. Mrs p.lUlMft..n4". "

W L Gaby and her daughter. Guest Included Mn. H. R. Representatives of) the 'three' prizes, awarded for article made !.In.t. A. Holmes '
Margaret and two flute numben Pierce Mn. W. E. Myen Mn. the : Mn Rotherham got first prize
during
r ..,. by harlots Harris for which her Roy Chandler; Mn. M. B. Massey South Dade Home. Demonstration L year.Mrs. for a cake, two second prizes for
Mother Mn. Vane Harris, playedthe Mn. Dan William, Mn. clubs took part In the. Dade County C. Elchenberger, president other' baked product and third
Mn A. L Burgreen. Mn
accompaniment Casper Williams Mn. Doan Mra. annual Achievement Day Smith prize for marmalade. Mn. Carter
A. D. Mr Ceo N. Wake-
,( Mn. H. L. Brandenburg sang W. F, Fox. Mia Mary Once event In Miami May 4' and field and Mr*. L. B. Crantford won the, first prize for coffee
Those Songs My Mother Vied English, MarOou Harris Margaret* ring;; Mrs Prttt hat prize I
,back fair share the represented hte Homestead club.
to Sing (H. Wakefield Smith) Gabs and Marian Anderson brought a of ', fart hooked rug? ind Mrs. W. D. I
Mrs Wakefield five
won prizes-
and Mrs Redd played the accompaniment The\ club will resume Itt meetings Mahan, who Was 'not present a
tint 'priza for second for I
Mn. S. L. West gave In October soup lint and a second prize for
milk and cheese, and third for
The CalendarMay

I ) If.If.SOLOIST OF CHURCH CHOIR HONORED I egg goods.and Mn.miscellaneous Smith got first canned prize I canned W.Mrs McVicker Roy fruit.Wlttenwyler, Mrs John, Murray Mrs A., I

J P BY MEMBERS OF WOMAN'S AUXILIARY 1J-Meeting of Tropical for a thrift article and second Mr*. R. L. Hobson Mn. R. A. I
prize for cotton dress.
Garden data at home of Mrt. A. a Bryant and Mra Lawrence Smith

l The Womin'a Auxiliary of St Geo. N. Wakefield. Mn A. L C. Eaaton. Redland't club wa representedby of the Princeton club attended. I
., John'* Episcopal Church gave a Burgreen Mrs Ruth Scott Mrs. May 1 -Meeting of Princeton: Mn. J. D. :Wytong, president Mrs. Wlttenwyler captured five

shower Friday afternoon for Mn. Herman Schlegel, Mn. O. R Home Demonstration Club In, N.._._-__..NeNNNN.NNa_.NNN prizes ftnt prizes for fresh vegetables .

W. B. Tanner who for a year has Oldendorf Mn. 'O. J, Roman, Princeton Methodist Church. irb.rkers needed: the and cookie*,;second prize
served ai soloist In the choir. Mrs. R. B. Brown, Mn. C. E. El-; May 1 -Meeting of Rebekah are at fot'cakeatfend third priiat lor tomatoe -,
The shower was given at the chenberger, Mn. Nettle Also- Lodge. Bed Cress surgical dressings and canned pineapple

bone cf Mrs Frank Hauaman, brook, Mn. ..l0I11. Robinson, Mn, May -Mother1* Day recital workroom beat S .. S each Mrs. Hobson gW first prize for

,. after a short business meeting atwhich I Grace McLellan Smith Mr*. Ira at home of Mn. R. H. Fitzpat- day eseeti Saturday wadBandar. crayon vail hangings and third

|f the president, Mrs M. F.yniH J. Haynes Mn. White, Mill Mary rick. for stamp pictures Mr*. Murray'

*, presided Jackson, Mist Virginia Haaa and May 1 -Meeting of. Home --............................. got a'second prtie\ for. canned:
Homemade cake and punch i Zella Burgreen. stead Casualty Station. I beans
4. iwere served May 16+Breakfait meeting of r1I"
Present betides the hortet and AD A8TKA CHAPTER PLANSTO Redland Woman't Club at 12!
honor guest were: Mn W. HONOR GRAND OFFICERS o'clock. cs> }'\ .

: Clark Mra. Henry Brooker, J'j I On June I Ad Astn Chapter of May It-Meeting of W. S. C. S.: swt .

i, Mn. W R. Bird Mr*. Frank W. 1 the O. E. S will honor N.... Claudia Circle Two with M .J. U. Free, ::'tita.il secaf" -
!< eunman, Mn. W. K. Haas, Mn.1; Christian right worthy craM I Sr. tsttagt&\ \iC\lIC>1 canoe' b
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Annual of .e '
May II- concert enouah
,marshal of the general grand'I WRY"
H H. S. band ,and glee club atIP.m. .... IGIidJG11,, y
MAIN Ot SHIM: CLUB ,chapter, the grand Instructor olDistrict If to. be. t:::. kl FYI
HONORS MRS WEBSTER :3t and newly appointed I :r.;: .

j : The Rain or Shine Club met grand representative May It-Meeting of Ad AstraChapter AM F"j I
of O. E. S. a
.) at Mn. Sam I. Davit, P'' e n
; Faith la Miami In observance matron of Ad Attra Chapter and I Homestead Art Club at home of pure 0 ; .... op TiarIMUUI wd -*" .... a

1 of Mrt Julian H. Webater'a grand representative of Texas, Mn. B. E. GatUn In,Miami. 0,001.40WA lb"ge .. .. "
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birthday The hostess served,.e was among those honored at a May :JS-Poppy Day tale wase'.wia--- a1G\ \.
.. a you gam '
turkey luncheon, similar meeting In Miami Beach
May W Meeting of W. S. C. S. re '
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Present besides the hostess and on May 4. Too 200VOAK '
Circle Mn.
Four with Lloyd 04 .11
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Il honor guest were Mn. Lee H. Field V .S.10. gala ......." .. %
; Lehman Mn. J. L. Burton Mrt. Komu'S'DAY RECITALTO May St-Meetlng of Homeitead _. .....s....".... bpi ib". besEx \.n.

131. B. Massey, W. J:. Rheney, Mn. W GIVEN MONDAY Home Demonstration Club. -. Pas.malts. you as C ... JJ. .,

.: Frank B. Rue Mrt. Fred Redd. A Mother's Day recital will be May M Meeting of Redland 10 IVIIAOWA no .'
Mn 1'. J.
Faust and Mn Stafford S.PseainU n
U.
Home Demonstration Club at 1:10 "
too
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of Miami given Monday afternoon 'at 430: gua .
:
In Redland Community Church.: 'OT0. -"OP Pa 'e. ,
la
Mrs flue will entertain the o'clock at the home of Mrs R. H. May 37-Woman't Club dance ...pII J "" .
club June .. UCft'" :
on Fitzpatrkk.DEFENSE. In clubhouae. < Ibs MIRALS '

.e May II-Luncheon meeting 'offaivenlty ?tog at' 1,01, @

[ Club in high ,school "J' v U PtusobtfV .

t at 11 o'clock. l' > $00s ...PPl'P'at.SS saiatota ;;:: ,
June J
-Ad Aatra Chapter _
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meeting honoring grand officer : 1lb $ ..SI
and repretentattvea.
tAt
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June {Meeting of Homestead rs

i'I B.: P. W. Cat home of Mr*. Henry I 1 / 1

Ruegg.,
','June. Meeting of Business
Circle of W. M. U, at ,home of ire a17t I

'I Mn.J.. L, Kulp. Cold

June T-Meeting of ,Neighbor A nrtnble sU oaa4 alit,for dittoh,6ott "
Yes ... -ALL-OUT" hood Club at home. of Mr*. W.. O. ofcohk.aMuui. Your r

i CbaII. yi HAU smear t ioakesail
'YOUR June 11-Meetlng of Homestead SYRUP. '
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Charrosot COUGH era
( TO EYES Woman' Club., ; ,
slier: (t) sooska sheoar
i we in N......... ... -11. .. (2) chats PI ferme.mwa 4y ebt
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Tour; sea C e,0, ;
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Calast-
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HC-MAH 'CONcH CHOWDER /rose stCoasaai .5 Drug Canpyaa

,_ CHOWDERBAR NASAL SPRAY,w A fPWmIfktctt 376
1laiaee aasses
c nrettCMig* . floras I Mwtkii. protective rose
ore. yeas FIUST ....... . leg to Inirassd atsabsaea, ear.. % f aoafw
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, t t"A Dffi A SOCIAL. DVENTS" 1 I'. (will ContinuM end MARKETM"From fiscal Pale One-witha t F CLASSIFIED ADVERTISINGRATE ) ; y ;I ,1

LI L1'.I1t M! 1 !11! !tfi'1.1' 111111/11111111 w. our year
; gain (profit) of about $.,ooq_".,

I y ir i'GROUP TO SPONSOR All money takes In by state) L : ,lint insertion lOc aline, subsequent Insertion* .

; USO HELPERS NEEDED I markets Is turned over to the 5 1, 11
state agricultural marketing board

The Homestead Casualty Station .( Walter Gaby, Mr*.. D. J.. James I and all bills are paid by the eta..f FOR EXCHANGE Also brood sow and 4-fnwUj I''

member voted Wednesday and Mr, Beat Thomas wen how|I The Florida City market has old pig, Reasonable Call 528* Y1
night to serve a* hostesses at the teases Saturday night I been promised some Improve M-4.
(myna
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THE SWAP )
I SHOP
USO clubhouse every Wednesday The dance of May 4, sponsored ,merits to be made during the sum -
night and to sponsor knitting by the Woman' Club of Homestead' !mer: widening of the platform Buys-Sells AnythingRepair I BROOD SOWS and some '
young
class for service men' wives am 'was directed by Mr*. Jas.j SO. feet by a 10-foot extensionon. I ad cart machine registers, typewriters(mUtt), pig. J. K Kitchen OM Rile:
mother which will meet there at Jaa. L. Bird Homemade cake either side ofbl presentone I between Epmore and Waldin, '
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the same time. Anyone else Interested coffee and grspejuice were I ; and walling of the north I WILL EXCHANQXIOOOO real: (prals) .'I r
in knitting for those in served side (and possibly the south fide, equity above $8,000 mortgage
service the Red Cross wU too) with door to provide "protection ,
or for l center of Newark, N. J., property WHITE TKCCX1927
be welcomed at these meetings, WOMAN'S CLUB PLANS from chilly blasts during flU gross monthly Income, 1J-B, with flat lumber ....
say Mr*. A. F. Arthur, acting DANCE FOR MAY It cold spell for apartment, commercial engine A-I .....Iu..
head of the tatlon. Mrs. Edwin McGarrah Is chair- Farmer from Penine and building or grove. Address some Miner repairs, Ideal

Civilian helpers, men or women man of a Homestead Woman' South Maml this season used the Owner Box Us-<:'", Rro-1 farm track ec ran be saade lats)

are needed at the USO on Club dance committee which 1* facilities of the Florida City mart _"Homestead (m5.28) trader for grave and farm.vpej,
the other two. "off nights" Mon planning to put on I dance In the ket for the first time. The preif geed ,.'IM. ? ( k

day and Friday, when dance are clubhouse on Saturday night, May end of many buyer this year attracted FOR RENT Price 'MI "11,
not held, reports Mr. Ralph M 27. Mr*. Augustus Wynn is chairman more farmers from a wider rl.y
Mooney, assistant director, who Is of the reservation and refreshment area. The Increasing patronage ROOMS and apartment .._ MAGRVDER PUMP .* StrTlY: t
to charge at that time. committees and Mrs.T. of the market by farmer likewise able rate, hot water and shew. COMPANY, CeoMit Otm .- 7i '

SucsesQon* and plan for entertaining i J. Walker will be hostess at Increases Its attractivenessto era. Palo Betel Florida City (atttfk
: the .' soldiers on these the ;door. the buyers, and the chance are

nights will be gladly received, that there will be a greater number FOR RENT OR SALEFOR LOST Strayed or Stoic .;
here next .
/ said Mr\ Mooney year..The
The Homestead Home Demonstration "
Helpers ant needed also for the Club painted Cable clothsat financial statement submitted SALE OR RENT4-.-room MALE. POINTER bird do(. Unmet .
Sunday oPen house -feature formerly 'It* work meeting'yesterday In by Mr. Phillips to the lor i house, screened porch, lights, and white- color Answers 'Ml i
cat advisory board a* of April 30
taken care of by churchgroups. the Future Fanner clubhouse follow I water. Adam Ennis, NW 8th name of Jean. Liberal reward
*: ,Ive. and 2nd it. (prall
Refreshments are served r- for information leading to' re-j

and special music is provided Member of the Woman's Club Gas station rental.. .._$ 124.10 I FOR SALE covery. A. L. Devil, Goulds
The attendance'at the clubhouse of the Redlands will have a covered -I Telephone commissions ._ 10.18, Phone 1125. (mU)

shows a decided improvement dish breakfast in their clubhouse Platform rentals ......._._.. MIS,00' PERSONAL T 1
this month' and last, according Tuesday at 12 o'clock. 1 ACRE RAW -GROUND with .
Package fee _...__.,..__. 708114
to the USO staff On well built new cabin 12x14 ft
Restaurant rental ._.__. 182.B2
Monday night'this week, an off The Homestead Casualty Sta- with small back porch; also new FREE! If Excess acid cause yoil <* ,

night," 73 soldier were present! tion will hold a .refresher.course $8837.54 chicken coop and duck pond. pain of Stomach Ulcers Indigestion )

"The spaciousness of the Homestead of training after school I* out, the Expense Richard road. See Maurice' Heartburn, Belching V '
USO quarter appeal to the I I I member decided Wednesday Salaries and wage*--(287241 I White, peacock Lodge, Red.. Bloating Nausea Gas Palnsu. "

men," said Mr*. Mooney yester night Lighting ,..__..-......-.. 822.4 land. (pmi') get free sample, Udga, at r "

day. Many of them tell me it i Traveling expense _._.... 14.IS SNAP FOR CASH-I room' bath, Brown's .Pharmacy (pJeSOj t ,
it the best they have seen in all Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Brook, Mr*. Insurance, taxes, etc., - 3S4.59 telephone, fireplace, electric r ;
their ,)ravelsTuesday E. J. Dyal and Mr*. A. F. Barber .,I Postage and box rent -.- U.20 water heater. Variety fruit WANTED :

night' dance V.a* under Jr., attended the wedding Telegraph expense -...,... 8,20 1 trees. Walking distance Only i ... fat!.
the direction of Mrs Adrian liftl Larry Blanchard and Mill Maintenance of buldlng forty-flve hundred. Write for WHITE HANDYMAN fur rnod.rJ *

Jacob who was assisted J>y Mr*. France Helium in Trinity Methodist (Including painting) .... 25180 appointment Box 1014 Homelead. poultry farm near Homestead.
Gerald Higgins and Mr*. S. L. i Church In Miami Saturday Office supplies ..ndaanltar1suppllel Owner must Mil. (pml) Board, room and laundry fur.

Kendrlck.Mr night and the wedding dinner In . .. 106.S8 nished. Age no handicap U
W, W. Cunnynham, Mr*. 1 the Urmey Hotel. The bride Is Maintenance ofloudspeaker 8-) ooM house plus small apart active and dependable. PI"i i

an old friend of Mr*. Dyal, and, --.- -' 2080 ment In rear. Lot 50x150 ft. So. nent for right party Answat 1
Excellence Mrs. Brook Her mother, Mr*.: Freight on bean belt-.__. 7500 Krome av. (Key West highway), Box A-H1. Leader Enterprise,. '
'SLt r S. '1.: HallOtm wa* an over-night Purchase of cafe building 250.00 : Homeatead. Light, water, jew (pmI2);

Zuest at the Dyal home Sunday. ............. el1. Writ Box A-140, care Lead- ).l
That Costs ;.....,..;.. "270.18 er-Enterpnae. Priced exceptionally WANTED TO BUY For cash an

j MV and Mr*. Roy Wlttenwyler Approximate gain for low. pa28) attractive, well constructed idle

Vo were dinner guest Sunday of period . .. ....... .- .587.38 or inactive gasoline nation In*
More\ Mr. and Mr*. Russell ,Hamf of The only charge made to the A REAL BARGAIN eluding Its land between Florid*

Coral Gables! farmer I* a fee of five cent for 7-BOOM HOUSE on plot fronting City and Miami. No J..... Olve(
--- i each crate, hamper other location and cash price. Add,
or package 150 feet on S. Krome av.. and "
.frs. J. R.'Brooka and son Pal of produce he sells at the! 300 feet on Lucy tt (Home. Buyer, Box 4430 RFD 1, Horn
tad luncheon In Miami Monday market atead. (m3-Sfl,
I lead-Florida City line). Light,
with. Mrs, W. A. and Mrs. committees
Any The local advisory water, aewerage. Price unbelievably
C L Brook I of the Florida City- market Is I low. See owner on WANTED TO RENT-In Borne

Wm. Musselwhite (president). premises, 624 S. Krome ave. lead, one or two-bedroom
NOTICE UNDER nCTTTIOUS ,County Agent Chas. H. .Steffanl (Key Wet highway), or address house or garage apt by, couple

THE .FK1VILEGEOF NAME LAW 1 (secretary), Preston B. Bird, A. Box 792, Homestead. (p.28) that ha* been resident here 11
SERVING Notice to hereby given that the:I H. Hlnman, L. R. Becker, J. F. months. Phone 2 during busts

aJ we View mil 'calling, place undersigned, doing business under -,, Rohrer, M. E; Sever, T. Paul Haley RARE AND UNUSUAL tree and nee hours.WANTEDPitcher.

upon us1: the ,obligation of 'providing the fictitious name of The 1 and J, D. Redd, plant, Landscaping and groveplant'ng pump. Phone

Funeral Direction of superior Swap Shoo In the, Cave bidN. The Florida State Agrcultural Sunny Grove Nuraerlei 58 I-J. Mr. Eva Collins, Mo-.
e.cell"d'ef'7 Instance dome ave., at Homestead, .Flor Marketing Board 1* composed of palm Ave. 2 mile wet dello.
however modest er imposing the ida,. intends;.to register the said Gov. Spesaard L. Holland 'Commissioner of Florid City phone alS.\9'.

outlay jnaytfce. The bsrvance' name with the clerk 01'aM clt- of Agriculture Nathan ( 28tf) 50 PIANOS wanted. Highest price

of this policy'the reason for the cult court' of Dade County. Flofda Mayo, State Marketing Commissioner HOMEMADE FORD TRACTORSwith paid. Any style or .... Braun's

Implicit continence that Is reposedin ; L. M. Rhodes and Director double low gear Excellent Piano House.2350 N.W. 7th Stet
-us-a trust to which we shall : GOODWIM I of State Market Wm. X, Wilson for farm or grove. Wolf )l1.nIL' (d 17tf)
(May 12, 19. 26, 1944) I I
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ba faithful always. 1! NOTICB OP APPLICATION FOR Auto Wrecking Phone 392-J,, WANTED-Repair work, tone

Turner.Funeral I I'' NOTICE or TAX APPLICATION DISDCtaitor rolf I Ctwpto TAX HUT-DIED".... *f till '1 Homestead, Fla (aJltf) building, cement work, roofing

M7It...A.u of Hit ). Pit A tMMotfe : FOR SALE-4-piece double bedroom etc. 11th Hour Mission, Box 68.
kmbr HTM that lee.stabli.
Home ,j I Pile A W. .bower Of ..... sad CMIItr suite, )'OUII1.lted Homestead (dlOf)
U tMt B.
NOTK Newer: : OrviX
24-br. ..'III.n.en1ce ,, W. WalhM bolder W .... ... ea..", .Tu CrtirbtM H.*. nit M4 Mil It- I mare, potted pony, bridle
M th> lilt der IM*. A. D. 2550. I need IJ'Owith or without
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fhcne I7. Homestead be OntlfloM . SIM fcnml <*' 4din boa and saddles, barrel chum. Rea
nM MM In offfc and ma
i ''' July A. D 141. .... JAW same ....|* yplkMlM far my a nu M4 to ... sonable. Call S28-M-4. (UU) home I prospect' wilting.
In iv a rf. sad has erode'. applleatimfar ..... iMfM*, maid CvrtlflMk* MVrM- Drop me a postal or cell J.,1C.
tu sad Ie be Word laW
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'. C.ttfkae a anises tile fabralar da,4et4ba the foUotrtn -rlliil pay.tp'. .hi She0e..ty :VOLTVI S-GAITED MARE and porn, 1246), Miami'at my til.
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Par Sight HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE lJav 12. 1944

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howerina trees.. He Is owner aaJ Nra..Q. rW" OWao-eupe Xnm" I &kIaI. MIl,
'I publisher ot the Stuart Daily for a vtait hers :
; 7Val \ "WHEREAS:
investigation ha
fi In and Around: News, -i-. .. .. disclosed that Japcnt plea tor

has Banal Bell of Atlanta, Qa, total war on the United State
I Mn. UWaai
Bell end W Dank
based in
accompanied by her btvOMr, C was part en the achool.
af Lake- Worth tad Mn Edith: tt of ,
i William Ben and lour children. big gave many these"Jape.
Homestead 'l'ambl,. 6f Miami and bar nes for
American
I :Batch, Roes. Jerry and David, of many year
Miami, daughter Jeredean. spent Setae prior to Pearl Harbor and
were guests Monday evenfaf -
day at the home of Mrs Naomi
i ef Pfc and Mrs. J, E. Knot, Dane. "WHEREAS the religious and
"---.-- *t their home on NW. Snd ave spiritual ideals of the Japanese,
fir. C.o. D. Ruehl will be a:) Homestead and Id Hathawaya I make the emperor of, Japan a
of the deity and the
part Japanese
speaker at the meeting of thKUte < parents Mr. and Mn, Frank F. FLORIDA CITY JAKES AKCKXX SMITH conscience would not scru '
Horticultural Society la Hathaway, 10 Gould*. I
Winter Haven Wednesday ... I a y Warrene Jkvery HOSPITAL NEWS f rthe J\st professing 'allegiance
United State in order to [
Mrs E. J. DyaJ ud lira. J. R. '
promote sabotage to the glory of t
lee H. Lehman returned Friday Brooks and tan Pal, wilt leave! W. F A Robertson visited Mr., A seven-pound eon Wet born I Japan and the emperor, i
from a trip t0 Hot Springs Ark, today for Hendersonville After and Mr Rudolph Mattson in
May I to Mr. and Mir Howard TTHEBJCFQBK, BJC IT RESOLVED
a abort Visit at the Dyal
and visit wIth his Cither hi hoijeMn :
Fort Pierce ever the week-end. Cross of Miami in James Archer b,. John Q. Sane,
Dixon, n. and hit sister In Men. Brook and Pal win fa to,
Smith Post Ma. 43 American Legion of
Hospital t ,
data, III. H. wu lone seven Waterrille, N. C. to apend five or
week ala week with Mn Brooks' Mr. and Mr. Wad Hatcher and I. A nine-pound, ten-ounce tonI Homestead Florida: .
31 brother-in-law and aiater, Mr. and family left last week for their was born May I to Mr and .Mr*. 1, That the congress and the
Mr*. Augustus W/hn wd her ..... Royal Henry. Vtt. DtyiL, m home In Tennessee, I.I J**. Gresham of South Miami. Presidest! of the United State be
eight-year-old ton, Brian 're return to-' Florida to fee H||er Surgical patient this put week urged to prevent the return of any
turned from Petersburg daughter Nina, gradual from I' A. B. Langham of Fort Piere were Mr*. Herbert Turner and Japanese or J4 anse>Amrcn) *
Sunday ,
Ta. where they HW J>\It. Wynn' Stetson University May 19.Mra '"'*..>,' week- ad guest. el ..... Mr PbiUp fioheffsky ,ot Miami to the coasta! area for the duration
and Mr*. J. .. Cave
} Mr.
Jimmy Names of North ;
gradual from the pat office division
of the army Eaten Berger and daughter Miami and Mr, Walter Schuls 2 That controlof all JapaneseIn
n tion school at Camp Mb Margaret Berger left Fred Cedilla ha recovered' from of Homestead America be irantterred from
4. He was sent at a4mlniltrl.j Tuesday for South Bend, Ind. then measles. I I ),fn. Ormand Cash ot Homestead civilian authority to. the United
Tork City for sit ", .; and Mill Dorothy LaGrange I Stales Army; and
warning I O. G Cramer of Miami lore-, Bobby; Brandenburg ot .Miami at Snake Creek were inedieal patients 3. That congress:'-be surged to
jlIra. i:man Of the Miami Beach Sun- was a week-end "guest of'" awake-an exhaustive study of every
f Ceo t.: Dead was tats Tropics! underwent an operation transparent!, Mr.v and hi<'...R, E.icott phase ef the Japanese probe
+ to the Dade County' HoeptuU at James 'Archer Smith HospitalTuesday. lem 1m America: with. special
Tuesday. He was formerly fora.: -...- JOIN'PROTEST conilderattan ..f the impact of
.. !man ol the Homestead Leader.; Mrs M. SHverman of Miami! Continued From Japanese colqnk. on American
I visited friend her ( Pat One) the
Enterprise, Saturday. economy and sociology. with
Mr. and Mn. a P. Blab leftTuesday ,, more or lea successful attempt ,view to offering reasonable vroMttl -
to spend the summer at Mr. and 'Mrs. Burlcy Dendjr Mrs Jesse Paine and the Rev.' have been and are being mad ,for a post-war disposition
their Concord, Cs, home. Their and daughter, Jean visited Sat R, Myron of New Tork City are 10; have the United State govern, 01 the Japanese W order to safeguard
daughter, Mra A, J. "I'nwho orday night and Sunday with Mr. guests at the Free Methodist par; meat relax the Japanese-Ameri the future security of the
has been staying In the Tracy atoter-ln- sonar. can coastal evacuation regulslast- United State."
DendV and
home In New Rochelle, It Y* will brother
Join them this aummer CpL Uw Mr. and Mrs. Eariey Dendy,
Tracy 'at some port of era la.Weet Palm Beach. 1.
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Mrs and Mr*. Edwin BUck of "
Mn Maude Chandler of Goulds InanokaJee visited Mr. and Mrs.
F ey has returned from a visit In West Roy' Wittanwjrler Gt Could Sunday Mothers and Fathers

Palm Beach.Mrs. !"
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Wm. Hathaway: the for. Mr. and Mn Ed. Wenninger of
mer Mill Lucille West, with bar Stuart visited the Subtropical 4x47AELECT
baby daughter, Linda Ann hu Experiment Station this week to
come from Dayton to spend a lather material for a book Mr.
few week with her relatives in Mennlnger I* writing on tropicalFolks
Millard Caldwell


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Many c4 you are. mothers or fathers a
pd( Service men and .-omen. Their future)
I is important Their problem en returnlr -
t I Ijj >7 home must be solved ejfidently(
and promptly Immediate job must be
provided for them. ..

f jj . '". Millard Caldwell veteran of World

J : Wear L able attorney, experienced and
respected to public Me U bt gimeil. led .
to save these pcobUma.Your .
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children must hove the heat
' 'toJ \' .schools: ,and highly trained well-paid f
I thank you very much teacher Their welfare d.mandII.thla. t

t for the splendid vote you gave me. MBard Caldwell {. '

J If,I am your SheriffI Mheol aSedr He Is eags.rlaacedtot I

will always treat you 'right school improvement program and tefcigker
wa M lor leachors. Mrs. CaU
1 well is oleo enperienced te this ieM.
'' (J MM was Ute lied women county

'J. A. = Sullivan )fateBdeat'iavIIaI of schools ill tine ..super"i.

t lET'S CHOOSE A GOVlNfOR. .
j (Political JUvwtiaemant paid by a inland) You a prosperous and your family secure mut future be onsuredol {9 a we win be proud of four, worn I 's

prosperous state iflduntry, bUll hh kern BOW. Anybody 'col medc.

nee and agricultunt are flourishing oneM proai*.. but only a nat with a ,

and otowtncbasa*.. 'rooard el:no political premiie* ';

For- New of Home_ Md. $egtit BttJe >Ret*! MA.d CaWwefl Ion U* knowledge ad BO political bod" eon btpB 15it

11UMEfiTEAD'LA >ERII and ..., 10 help speed nttisVi aVvetopsjeeJ > < THE along .... .Seen He will GoTwnor' ; whom we wig bo )1 r
II In Dade Cowtty 3 60c6 five Florida k..iaitien*; eslaMBkMralicMboaed proud bk kvi' hit
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