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: July 14, 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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00655
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
lccn - sn 95047482
lccn - sn 95047482
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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, New Fungicide Is Seen Control "







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House Sale Aug. 7 WORTH OF SPRAY PROVEDIN i




: t' To Return Lots to" Rolls STATION EXPERIMENTS




lltlonal Fa* tile tax-delinquent purpose of getting'ad-properties: Strategy for Rodent Extermination CONDUCTED HERE BY RUEHLE


back en tile tax roll, specified To Be Mapped by Workers Wednesday
site lots again will be auctionedto EX SMALL A promising spray for control

tile highest task bidder It a Strategy'oTthe South bade rt nouneed last week, and delegations Tp of late blight in potatoes in the

tax foreclosure sale to be conducted extermination drive will be mapped from other clubs, are Ro- Homestead area has been found J
by th* city of Homesteadat out aiji 'meetmg of the general tariant Roy S. Chandler, Capt. BONDS, DRIVEHRUMY31 In He ITS (a new organic fungi
the frontdoor, of the Dade committee which'will be h'eU Thomas .B-'Roy'} County court house on Monday in states Dr.. ,peo. D.. Ruehle, plant a'
at I p. Wednesday, July',
o Aug. T, between 11 a. m. and 2 pathologist of the Sub-Tropical
p m. A maiter'i deed will be de- the Homestead Casualty Station
livered PUBUC'VARNEDABOUT The Fifth War Loan drive has Experiment Station/ In I bulletin
to each purchaser quarters (n the Chamber ef Commerce -
These Iota reverted to the Mate building' it was announced! been extended through July SI Just published by the Universityof
under the Murphy Act, therefore yesterday by Chairman Frank W, DRIVING for Jhe sale of Series X, F.. 0 I Florida Agricultural Experiment -
the tale must be held at the county StUknan and C small bonds on which the Station.

court house In Miami rather All other interested pepona are CARS 'ON RIM'Warning ] national 'quota It lagging, The new fungicide proved Its
"than at the Homestead City hall, Invited by Mr. SUllman to-attend National Bank of worth under severe blight conditions -
says Qty Clerk R. E. Edwardf. the meeting where plans will be The First following In two field experiments
The lots to be auctioned are worked out as to the amount of to motorists against Homestead, reports the conducted last season ,by Dr.
" _. _flied _In a display advertisementon poison. necessary for the local "earning: In on the rim" after Ur sales of these the' drive bonds'was'through orIatn.ll1al.ted JulyS Ruehle hi co-operation withDr..

Page 6 of this iaiue. i tmpaign"th* location of as manyas blow-out' was issued this week when to end: Series E, $69,679; 1: I* Hill of the Rohm and HaasCo. ,
25 convenient distribution centers by Constable Frank N. Irwin. Series F, $79; Series G, 119,700; on a medium'maturing strainof ;
and the time when district- "We have had numerous complaints marked Bliss Triumph potatoes grown *
Series C, $9,200. July *
DEATH CLAIMS wide placements of the poison of roads being defaced by the close of the sales campaign on In calcareous marl soil
wilt be made. The Redland First motorists driving on the rim after treasury bonds. During the one- "He' ITS it expected to be
{ Aid Post already has donated $23 removing punctured tires, and this month drive, the bank told '151- available in quantity for use In ;
DR.BLACKBURKFATHER toward the cost of the poison, practice must be stopped," Mr. 000 m S per cent bonds and commercial potato fields late In
Mr. Stillman said. Irwin says.Crate $128,900 In Zper cent bonds, (Continued on Page Five) ,
OF E.. B. Working with the Redland District and a grand total of $3M90 Inall 1
Lions Club!>> committee at an- Limits Removed denominations. Negro Jail Breaker

Death Monday night Claimed From Certain Produce" .-- Is Re-arrested Here

Dr. C. Fred Blackburn, retired CAMP EMPTIED Growen of celery, carrots, lettuce -I School to Open Sept. 11 John Henry Jones of Homestead

Methodist minister and father of and certain other' vegetableshave County Board Decides negro jail-breaker who on
E. :Bernard Blackburn of Home* AS 295 HANDS been'.informed that as these session of Dade Fan. 11, sawed his way out of
commodities have been removed The 1844-43
stead, who had returned only the local lock-up, was rearrestedJuly
from the restricted list by WPB, County public schools will beginon 1
Monday afternoon from the bedside 6 by Constable Frank N. Irwin
LEAVE GOULDSThe they may use all the new wooden Sept. 11 and will close on
of his father In Arcadia because and Patrolman R. L. Worley
1, Chairman Cbas. 0. Tur-
Of apparent improvementin containers that they can buy during June ID the Homestead negro quarters.
his the (coming season ner announced Wednesday after ameeting : Jones, who hat a previous
condition.
Funeral services last police
contingent of the 1300 of the Dade County
were held at 4 p.-m. Wednesdayin 'The vegetables mentioned ai record, was taken immedl-
Trinity Methodist church at Jamaicans temporarily housed at well as cauliflower, cucumbers board of public instruction. steely to Miami for safe keeping. t !
Arcadia. the Gould. Camp was shipped out ;etntaloupea and melons bad been Christmas holidays win extend At time of the Jail break, he |
Dr. Blackburn, who bad been on Wednesday when 19J field limited to a certain percentage of from Dec. IS to Jan. S. Thanksgiving .U being held over night in the *. !
active in Methodism for 43 yean, hands were routed to Whitehall, the containers used In 184 by will be observed with two Homestead Jail for transfer to the
served ... presiding .elder In the Md. and Urbana, Me, WPB Order L-23J, which was holidays and Good Friday, with county Jail after being: bound
Miami, Orlando and Bartow districts. One hundred four workers were amended June 30. ene. over la peace Justice sXendrick' I* '

He.was assigned en Dec transported to Canton, O. ,on court on charge of
22, 1017 to Miami where he organized Tuesday At present the camp Ration Board Releases Information breaking Into Don Ferreyra's residence
Trinity Methodist Church. it unoccupied except for its operating I and into a store In colored
(Continued on Page Two) staff. For Prospective Buyers of Used Carsout town where he rifled a Juke box.

18 Local WAG Awarded
Civil Population of Japan Voted 30-1 Infosmation to guideprospectivebuyer the certificate of transfer in
Medals for AchievementThe
r 11 of Used cars was released full, showing all Information requested
Against War Program, Rotes Learn :this week by She local war price including the ceiling first medals to be awarded.
met rationing board which, tells price and the selling price. WACs at Homestead Army AirField ;
The civil population of Japan' clued: t national crisis existed, how to obtain the exact ceiling Beth you and the seller must were presented last week '
Voted JO to I'egafest the demands dissolved the diet and caDed for price for any used car, and the sign the certificate of trailer In a ceremony conducted by the
of Its army and navy leaden for election of a new one. At this proper, procedure of purchase You turn in the certificate of WAC commanding officer, Second
election/ the candidates of the The announcement follows: transfer to your War Price and Ll. Leona I. Rogers. .d
huge appropriations to finance
military clique were defeated bya All used cars have definite Rationing Board when you apply Seven WACs received I the good f.
the prevent war but the military M to t vote, but the war lords ceiling prices after July 10. 1944.Here's for your gasoline ration. The conduct medal; two, the air force
declared a national-crisis and took exercised their 'national crisis' how you can find the exact -: price clerk checks the certificate badge Of photography; and nine,
ever; the ,government the Be*. pl'WOl.tlve.Il1U1 they got what ceiling price for any used car of transfer to see that you have the certificates ef proficiency In
Bruce Cumminf, for 12 yean t they wantedThe ." you consider buying. not been overcharged.. I motor transportation f
missionary in Korea told the 1.Get the f.cta.bout the make,
Homestead Rotary Club Wednesday -, first Impact of the western year, model, body type, radio
In a talk entitled. "Prelude to' world on Japan occurred four centuries heater, any special built-in overdrives Dr. Davies Takes Part in Conference
Pearl ago when Francis Xavier
Harbor. I
clutches or transmissions.,,
"The Japanese diet In session the Spanish missionary, landed i I. Give these facts to the price:, At Yale on Veteran Rehabilitation
la )>37 denied the huge appropriations there and converted many Japanese clerk ef your War Price and Rationing I
demanded by the army and to Christianity, Mr. Cum- Board. ; I
navy, so the military took advan- mJng said. Spain and Portugal t. The price clerk 'can then teD I Dr Sidney H. DavlM, pastor Miami, a former=.tQ-f the i,
,.Ug of*plank Inserted on the advice followed their usual practice ef you the correct ceiling price. i the First Methodist Church of local church, la each
at Bismarck m the Japanese fI sending missionaries and then Always gete.rttfle.t* eltmafse i Homestead, to attending conference week to fill the pulpit unttt Dr. :
eolwuu tin ef UM, permitting soldiers. with the result that both frees the price clerk of on postwar rehabilitation Devie return early in August ;.
'waking otfictn of the armed ferce missionaries and soldiers were your War ,Price and Battening i of veterans and plant for their Mrs. Davies and their daughters -
: t*tales ewer la time of nation. massacred by th* aroused Jap*.. Board when you buy. a need ear i placement in Industry which is Katherine Eltea: and Cornelia
:at -'-".* Mr., Cuwmlng There fallowed 130 years tress either another'. penon or 'being-held during July at Tale .Aan.. an visiting relative*, .
J ago, aat edtot.requiring anma- froIII i UhhenIt)'. in. New Jersey wUl Dr. Device t
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.. '. | Westgate Describes_ .for;:.LionsClil, | ? E. E, C.ldefWood'ls D =d-"l"lt"tt


I r.I b J OUJMEN IN SERVICE ,:? : Sugar, Pineapple Culture in HawaIIIntena1v. ,1 Elmer dlatid'Etsworth H6in Calderwood fS,<

1 .. .. .. .. ... .. cultivation| practiced : now only about 20 per cent of the father of Chas, C CalderwooA
i + In the Hawaiian Island' inhabitants are pure-bred Polynesians died Wednesday afternoon at the (
Sgt. Umarf&ffaA Is with the Air Cadet Don Done has com- where due to the Importation of home of his son on Farm Lift rfl, I
vU.q-; foMft* in Franc, according pleted pre- llht (raining at Max 100,000 acre normally Puerto Rican and Chinese labor Funeral services will be conduct. :
I to word received by his well Field. Ala, and baa been produce $100,000,000 worth of which has Intermarried with the eel at I p. m. today In the Tun '
t mother Mrs. Chas. Behrens of transferred to Tyndall Field, near sugar and pineapples. Dr. Philip natives he said. ner funeral chapel b/ the Re* ;
Princeton. Panama City His mother, Mrs., Westgate, horticulturist at the Thomas A. Adams of the Silver !
t Ralph H. Done left Tuesday night' Subtropical Experiment Station, Palm charge, and burial will laW :
8-Sgt. Roy O. Martin, flight te spend a wek.W th him there. told Redland Lions on Tuesday.Dr. Lt.'N. E. Hainlin Missing place In Palm Cemetery In Na ,
engineer and gunner on i B-17, Westgate. who practically In Action Over France ranja. }I
i' has arrived safely In England after S t-c William Fasula of Camp Crew up In Hawaii where his Mr. Calderwood,* retired Irs I
; 12 days at sea. he writes his perry left Tuesday after spending father, J, M. Westgate, was direr* Second Ll Neal E. Halnlln. it, ling salesman and his wife Mat; :
> parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. O. a ten-day leave with relatives In tor of the Hawaii Agricultural Ex- of Miami, brother\ of Lt AlbertW. tie S. Calderwood :who survives J
Msrtln. The United State lust Florida City. periment Station, was himself associated Hafnlin who' made his home him came here 12 years ago from :
etoeint know the meaning of rationing 'I for a time with the Dole here until he went Into service, Minneapolis to make their home 1
writes Martin who is beginning S 2-e Bate Carpenter of Jacksonville pineapple interests which Brew has been reported missing' In action with the', son. j
to get acquainted with the Is spending a 10-day from a one-man enterprise in over France since June 28. Mr Calderwood leaves also ai o9
severe English: variety Mrs. Boy leave with his parents, Mr. and 1MO to a multl-miUlonalre corporation Lt. Hainlin. whose parents JIve other son,-Paul Calderwood
Martin )s visiting now with relatives : Mr. B, Carpenter. of. Florida City. by 1930. he ...Id.Dr. at 635 N.W, 34th st. Miami wed a daughter, Mrs. Perry WllUam and s,4
In Indiana but expect to Westgate touched briefly on copilOof a flying fortress and both of St. Paul, and )
return within several weeks to :Pvt. Grady Walter, son of Mr. the history of the Island which had been based In England for grandchildren. seven]
the home of her husband' parents and Mrs. C. B. Walter of Homestead had I 400,000 native Polynesian the past five weeks. His wife
her*. I I* serving now with the population when discovered In the former Miss Dorothy Merle 3 !
0 . Invasion force In France. 1778. Although there has been Heara of Atlanta ls working now WANT ADS
* small Increase In the population, In College Park, Ca. PAY, !
Second U Virgil Bailey, US . :
KAY bombardier, U stationed now John Mowry, younger ion of -- -- T
former Homestead resident the
In England, according to word received -
Rev, "WId Mr*. 1. S. Mowry of 'I
by his parent, Mr. and
Vero Beech, win be called up for __
Mrs. E. E. Bailey of Avocado dr.
service with the armed force on
July 10.
Cpl. Lamar Dickinson, Jf, eld
eBt.won of Mr. and Mrs. S. L .ya ."

Dickinson has been assigned as DR. BLACKBURN ,
radio operator-gunner on the crew I II SNE"As
of a B-2S medium bomber at (Continued from Page One]

Greenville, S. C., where he la undergoing He. retired, from the ministry .
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combat training. CpL : about ten year ago. .
Dickinson was ,graduated radio I Dr. Blackburn MysgBbtn May ...,
from Scott Field, Ill, and In gunnery 12. 1868 In Hosford, near, Leeds '
from the Fort Myers air England. He was married first to
gunners school I Una Owynn Byrd of Tallahassee 'jt
A younger brother, Wnx F. and then to Effie Forsythe. who
(Bill) D'cklnson, It 1-C, has been formerly made her horns' In MI-
f assigned as aviation radio man I ami with an uncle, Tatum. '
and gunner on a SPY Catalina at I She died about'a yetu*;fto.
the Jacksonville naval air gun I Dr. Blackburn leaves lit children -
: ner's school where he I I. now In and nine grandchildrya. Surviving A
training. Seaman Dickinson who children are: Mr*. Hugh
enlisted Oct 27, 1143. was 'graduated Martin. Mr*. Richard Holtzen- I
: recently! from the Jacksonville dorf. Mr*. Lewis Ambler and
: radio school Miss Mabl Blackburn, all of Arcadia -
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; )In.1> ;. f CpL Joe Byrum USAAF radio : water; Pa.l..r.Blackburn. Bar-
mechanic at Palaclous, Tex. 1on tow; J. ,HsrUfjJBlackbujn. Bra-
:, a 21-day furlough at the home denton; C Teed BlackburnJr..,
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. USA. For Bragg. N. C* Ben
r Byrum. Pfc. Banks Byrum Blackburn USN. Wllllaii College
T > USMC, has been transferred from Mais,; the Rev. Robert M.
3 Dartmouth College to' Le Jeune.N. Blackburn Boca GranBe; Dr. .
i C.. where tie Is attending of- Henry W. Blackburn, superintendent -
fleer candidate' school. of the MUmXdJItrlct of
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that Methodist ChurehiaaKi E. B.
( CpL Herbert Booth, who Is Blackburn, speech Insuoictor. at
stationed with the Infantry Homestead H'gh School.
quarters company In Fort head-1 xorf.
son, S. C spent a three-day THE WEATHERrliMM <
; fc>urh here recently with orn.tet ___ of '" .._-
I mother Mrs. Arvllla Booth. CpL SuUew llfflpMi., .da.1 f'
'I'' Booth Is on the editorial staff of. Date Max. :Min." III a.... Rain i\ <
the public relations office. I
I * July 0.- 13 <9 3003 |
t M-Sgt Richard Mattson returned July 7. :: 93 (8 3007: I I
f to Florida City Saturday July*__ 95 (8 3002 0281 I f1"
after spending a few days with July ._ .. 94 71 30.00 {. \ .
; Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Mattson in July 10__.. 90 69 0131
r Ft Pierce. Sgl Mattson reported July 11___ 90 70 3009 0341' Jtt. ,.,/ '
? Wednesday to Miami Beach. July 12...... 90 88 3008 0.751 0058 ,
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the women of America hn.81t"'C .

boa Gulls Cry < I( t1 as equal stake with the men

In Salt Lake City Is a I in the eutcom YOU have 1 1YUr
memorial to sea gulls, 0. t IL 10UrpO 51
by Mthonrf, grandson an .unparalleled opportunity {
ef Erlcham Young. It 11l"CE. _
commemorates the seagulls 5 to ,serve your country!, Decide
of U41 that destroyed f YoU r CO(91\\ e"
that pest of f at!. .rfli'l HOW to doe tho proud
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the Gnat Salt Lake reloo. ., ...\be 00" 7 Ais lot Set a 01 uniform of the Women's
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preparation for the At. ..ti<< ga .... --
Back the Attack! them our bombers. Far above roar ._.._...-.. cab ....bapttaeta "" t'

Buy More Than Beforo toward Germany dally. .... to** .
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3 . July 14..1HHOMESTEAD.tteADER.AND r . : ENTEJH RISB " . . . . Pare Thw :.'r j 1
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. I tin R. E.' Sherard, proprietorof Dr. A. M. Logaq returned ftos- i
I Alice's Beauty Salon, I* on Vacation day after two week with roletiles FLORIDA CITY .

In and Around II during July in Davidson, N. p ; By Warn** SeveryMr. :,

'Mr. and Mr. Bourke Floyd of
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and Mr J. S. Cave returned
Miss
Julia Sullivan
I I who U employed Elkton, FU. and their daughter, _
from t
at the 36th at Air Base in Thursday a : t
Homestead Mary Faith, were house guest week visit with Mr. and Mrs. A.
Miami. I II visiting here at the 'I
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several Mr
for day la.tIe of
B. in New Smyrna.Lanler I:
Longhorn
home of her parent, Mr. and Mr*. and Mrs. J. E. Gauzen
D. R. Sullivan, while Mr. Sullivan Whitehead Is now employed !/;
I* iU. by the F.EC Railroad at j
Mr*. Bruce Bailey and Mrs. New Smyrna.
Ceo. N. Wakefleld left Mondayon Mr and Mrs R, O. Huff and I Sake Martin returned Sunday
i a business. trip of several family have moved from their! Mn. Gerald Powell, Jr. the night from a short visit In Mobile Miss Helen Schroeder and Miss ,'. B
week through Florida, Georgia residence on N.W Third ave. Into Former Miss Mary Roberts, returned and Birmingham, Ala (Continued on Page Five) ..
from Detroit
and South C.rol"na. During his their new home on N.W. Ninth Sunday J i
where she and Pfc. Powell visited
" absence, St. and Mrs. Geo. Allen ct, Just off Krome ave. t
his parents Pfc Powell who jllIt
t are occupying: the WaketieJd
had been> stationed for 20 monthsat
home, ai Mm. Wakefleld and Mn. Frank Hausman has been
the local field has been transferred
) Barbara and Norton are visiting IU at her home on King' HI'h-1 to a new station. )
in Boykins. Va, way. ;J

lyt I -:-- I II Mr*. Albert Colquitt and Miss ;
Mr. and Mrt. W. R. Bird left I Mn. Emma Cby of Covlngton, Sara Colqultt. cousins of Mn. A. ,
last week to visit relatives In Ky. b visiting here with her' S Maya arrived Monday from
Jacksonville mother, Mr*. S R Fitch and her 1 I I Barnesvllle Ga., for a visit at the
'son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and' may ,horn*. Mine Julia Sapplng- { I
Mr. and Mm. R Collier have I Mn. Norman Ashcraft. Mr*. John ton of BarnesvlUe, another cousin ,
returned home after a two-month Rickard of Miami and her baby; of Mrs Moye, spent several days '1
trip to Atlanta, Rochester, Minn. son, John, are visiting also with here last week.
and Dayton Beach, Fla. : Mrt. Fitch Mn. Rickard U the -
former Miss Valera Fitch 1 Lt and Mn. Dwight Carter are
Mr. and Mr*. W, K. Haa and ."' parents of a six-pound nine-
I their daughter, Miss Virginia, will A. E. Smith ha gone to Tenn- ounce daughter Cynthia Lou, ,1
leave Monday to visit In Chicago Ule, Ga, to loin' Mrs. Smith and I I born July 10 In the Biltmore Hospital -
and Detroit. their' children. Juanlta and Carl, In Coral Cables.
.......-:- who have been' visiting relatives ,
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Mr*. U H. Klopp of Farmlife rd. there. i Mrs Arvllls Booth has returned J;'
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left Tuesday for Blowing Rock, home after spending a ;
N. C. where he will be a houseguest Pfc. and Mrt. Ridley Crawfordof week in Coral Gables as a houseguest . .
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of Mr*. Clayton Sedgewlck Homestead are sharing the Cas. of her brother-in-law and !
Cooper for two weeks. per Williams home in Modello sister, Mr. and Mn Sam Brun- ; .
with Mrs Fred Fuchs, Jr. the didge. There -1H<<4tbe No Shortage
John Joseph Sullivan, Jr.. *ev* former Miss Barbara William, I I
en-pound fourteen-ounc 101of : while Mr. and Mrs. William are Laurel Walker, daughter of Mr. ,
Mr. and Mr*. J. J. (Jack) Sullivan visiting In Pennsylvania and Mrs. Russell Walker of Jacksonville Telephone Equipment on War Fronts w
wa born July 7 in James I left Tuesday for her
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Archer.Smith Hospital : Mn. Ocle Waters Is recuperating home after a four-week visit herewith I :i iI
wire switchboards,
I font on tons of telephone cables, '
i at home after a recent operation her grandparents, Mr and i
Mr*. J. R. Brook and son Pal I performed at Dade County Mn. Marcus P. Walker I telephone Instruments and hundred of other type of ;\
and Mr*. Walter Weiss and child- Hospital I telephone equipment have been shipped to England for :
ren left Wednesday for t vacationon Mrs. Cordon Ivey and children, I til* by our armies in their advances through Europe. t
the beach at Fort Lauderdale Miss Lenora William has been Lou Ann and Linda, have returned - '!
111 for several day*.at her home from a brief visit to relatives r More shiploads are following to meet the growing
.
Lloyd G. Kamp of Chicago, In Modello. in Dayton Beach., I demands of the war fronts, not only In Europe but the

nephew of Mr*. A. O. Raab, I* Pacific, as well. j1
pending the summer with' Mr. Frederick R. (Henry) Weber, Mr. and Mn M. W. Davis of 'J All oat production of telephone equipment for Hr armed j
and Mr*. Raab at their grove, Jr., la attending the Mary Cwynn Atlanta are" making their home at 1 '.erces take*'.virtually all available manufacturing facilities ;

... Fairhope.Mr... i..f.- camp at Brevard, N. C. and his the' Heniley apartment on NB. .&4 manpower, and reserve supplied are about eshauaiee.. JI
brother .Ralph (filly) I g attending Second ave. Mr. Davis I* chief of ,rnThe shortage supplies. for hone nee ha cads It lopes*
and Mr*. Ceo. F. Archer of the Laughing Owr camp atWaynesville the civilian fir department at
Key Welt, and little granddaughter ...,Jf C.: Homestead Field. I )11; isle for ... le keep up with. civilian orders, for _"Ice. That .
sanctions to do the beet we cam
Joan, who were returning 'I& why we, over been. moat JI
from attending a celebration' of Mr. and Mrs.'Wm. Houston have Betty and Ruth Byrum will return I i_Irk die limited amount el equipment we how on ban*. J
the silver wedding anniversaryof returned from**' visit to Mn tomorrow from Bradenton W. keenly regret that.ors sad aaer* Steeple are havinge "
Mr. and Mr*. Arch,,.* son-ln- Housen's mother In New :York where they have been visiting an \ watt for telephone service, eve to the iMreasiag war ee.. x
law and daughter, Mr;and ,Mr*. uncle and. aunt, Mr. and Mr*. B/I. .and*. Bit there swat be no waiting for the men who. tight .i
Win. D. Hearoe In Tampa, pent Lt E. A. Molkentlne, Jr. who E. King. ..r battlae. \'
last week-end In Homestead! with I Is. on furlough from hi*' base In Tour continued patience and cooperation .la these liOcaltn ittases }
Mr. and Mr*. Ben Archer They Texas; and"'Mrs. Molkentine and Mrs Wm McMlchael. who hat I Is greatly a'ppreclated.SOUTHEM '
left Monday for Key West their son, Jon. arrived Wednesdayto been visiting her parent Mr. and -
visit Lt. Molkentlne'l brother- Mrs. J. R. Dorsey, left Friday to I
Mr and Mr*. Wm. J. Clark in-law and sister, Mr. and Mn. join her husband, Air Cadet Mc-II BELLTELEPHOnE ADD TELEGWH COmPAA9tassaeseAtrs
left Wednesday for Devotion. N. R. O Huff. 'The senior MnMolkeetlne Michael, who has been transferred I
C. to visit their son-in-law and mother of Mrs. Huff from Maxwell Field, Ala,
daughter, Mr. and Mr*. Thad I spent the day here Wednesday, to Arcadia, Fla.
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Shore, Jr. Mr. Shore underwentan
operation for appendicitis on
Monday In the Elkln (N,C.) hospital -
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Mrs. Virgil Crennell and daughter '
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I Coy Lou, ",11I1eava today for 1 REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZERS
St Simon' Island where they will'
make the'r' home with Coxswain I
Grennell who'll stationed there at
present.

Mrt. F. D. Mock and daughter ,
Jplyne, left Friday for a month's,
vacation In Edison, Ga. '

! i ,Consult us about your fertilizer requirements -

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i Try Us When Yon NeedA for the coming year. :

Haircut or' I

Share : Due to government regulation! and shortages -


Salient ___,__ lit I .A of several materials we will not be able 'to .
HUM ___ tie

shampoo Shaaipee ((M..leat.-note-, .. make' ALL of our regular mixtures. But we will .\

Slate !i.

racial ,_ ,_ ._ -.t.. ,. ; etc do cur..best to supply as near possible what ::1
Facial Pack TSeCeertlaatlee
I r.clal- .. 0 you will need. :J Jt
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:""'" :" '" 11111111111I(; HOMESTEAD LEADER Mango Diseases Pests and Control
*r. and In America made-ln
of the Times-

I AND JNTJ:1U'W1rw: : 1 Described by Dr. Ruehle at Forum Topics BT AGNEW WtLSH Japan good at price were far offered under to that theretailer

r 1m
which domestic manufacturer:
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Diseases and Insect peat which latent Infection may occur, and could make.
ea.wed ss.sW w tf..w.a sr., the The census bureau states that Then cam the clamp-down
w w seed hole soirees ceases. attack Florid mango, and effective spraying at Iaterv.1Ilntll
j method for their control mango are half grown will Increase at of Jan 1, last, there were In Britain canceled: all shipments of
the percentage of fir.ttrade machinery to Japan, and tariff 'r M
the U, S. ot
U,043,880
men voting
1011111rriwi wr described Dr. Ceo. D.
cn.
.._ by fruit and prevent considerable and other curb were put Into (
a r.
while the
age women numbered
Y Ruchl. Vice-director In charge of lost from'dec'T In transit or effect ,

.A !).m...LIACJI.. solar.uaqa the Sub-tropical experiment Station storage, 44,622488, thu giving thema "Japan'i population was 23 to I >

MART mxnx WCUP la a paper presented at the Centre at Anthratwsee nearly 800,000 edge, enough to 30 million when Perry tint land.edthere. \.u

__ eM .... oft ilxth annual Mango forum held Results of spraying experiments .wln"1\ election A woman Now rte population I II t
writer for the Associated Press nearly 75,000,000. Less than one-

UMCsUPflOtf KATB9 July 6 la Wt Palm Bach to blight date and Indicate anthraenoae that of the blossom fruit call attention to the fart that It sixth of the area of Japan proper ]s

iDd.w..4taass.ofie..OMto..t The drat of two Installments of wa Just 23 year ago, on June I II arable, and the birth rate to not

:. ."* *.**> CMMTI r 114; *I SMS, NJ i I Dr. Ruehht' address follow: can five b or* fix controlled application effectively of copperfuagldd by 4, that Congress pro women the decreasing but the death rate la: I 'vL 1'i

,* ... tMi; t -n. *M* right to vote. 'Japan hat a problem of expansion ,
Diseases and Insect In grove where spray .
petite are yet her civil leadershave "i
Renal a0 snood .... a" sae Important factor contributing to Ing If practiced annually. They The old adage, "Com \.
not the
i !- rna": w =.w peso -':: a i lack .** fruitfulness of the mango Indicate furthermore that It liunnecessary .. ," referring to money easy, ,yet gouy lution. Th sought attack war on at Manchuria so :.

__ .. un. 1 la Florida They are alto responsible I to apply dormant bold true. The extravagant price Wit mad by tile war lord with

I for detracting from the ap I pray In commercial grove that paid lot labor, killed or other. out the knowledge of the civilgovernment" ..:
No Summer pewaaad l marketablDty of a : are sprayed annually It" more wit, led many to buy thing "

Vacation large percentage of mango which ; practical to delay the tint (praying they did not need and they are Shintoism, the state religion ,.

By Am* Marh*<* rNataMrhWhat reach'maturity. Our knowledge until the flower cluster hive now disposing them to thesecondhand which holds the emperor to be .
*f thus anemias of the to opened but before Individual .
mango dealer the
no Mmmcr vacation or men part of tile deity, make the Jape ,
'
have
far from complete but to gradually flower opened. behind the three gilt '"''n.tb.p' .
Why rase essentially patriotic however
much about It? Just -
a __Ii"" The number of.bloom applies. broken, who report the '
change ta route'and time and one* In a war they put ;
Aathn.eese ttona necessary for good-control greatest business they have done
b restful M I journey to another their all Into a fanatical effort to 1
clime.Earlier The common st and moat widespread depend largely,upon the prevailing In 30 years.The win, Mr. Cummlng aid. A

enemy *f the mango I* weather condition and theuniforsalty i "A f r ra
: the light ,fall M another Japanese can be Christian,' .
anthracite with which flowor Pop ** demand for
angle. It.. cawed by apanaitic the says r I Confurlanlst or a Buddhist but '
fungus, Conetotrlehum clutter open They de aot complete victory may prolong the
r
Thl.M lost different The kids I be mutt be a Shlntoltt, also." .
who wrangle gM..spaiddeti f all open at the tarn time In the war. No doubt about that my I Eradication of the entire Japanese ,..
The rartoui manifestation el mate bloom and in torn sea.as good man, but "them our term*"
Along the roadside are away hi the disoeee include blossom blight, tack of MaUormlty 'of opening it and grim old Gen Orant't famous I nation, a* proposed by a few . .
other place extremists. It a moral If not
"" -IpOC, ran ruMctlng ec Italnbig. more evident than in "ethers, It dictum We propose to fight M ,:,
Others you meet 18d.,... or and fruit rot. Infection on may be necessary U some season out on this line if It take an physical tmpostfbfllty Mr. Cum- "
ming said, but the utter. destruction : 'j
with face
trailing the bloom to apply only two bloom aumasar.'t will well apply to thilaltu.tlon.
No blimp and letting- fruit* 'are sprays of its miHtarfttie leader. it 1
head .
sways over
; pear.tics often severe awl contfltut the while In other three or four ,

Against planet the northern are zooming.thun- moat Important phase tf t be fit. bloom sprays may b*. desirable. essential."The Japanese..character changes .
sky ". Injury'from the'dLlaae CIVIL POPULATION
to
drhndar* 1oemIa,. Bordeaux mixture to the'mostreliable to facilely that I believe that 'with e

o You hurry homeward' t'rt closely dependent epee humidity fancMd thu.tat tested a new leadership and a new educational
the the prevalence of rain ; (Continue From Page One) :
or for '
JIB control antbraentis. Th* and religion the .
raindrop( all: jeeta of Japan to renounce Christianity aet-up,
dews .
during the critical (-. ..formula (I ttw. Mu ton
k Japan take Its
You fed new can place
cahlteratod and net for Infection and all intercourse with
bored at all. Incidence. ready lneftnur t 6 DM. hydrated lime, IW gaOontf foreign,'nation was.' among clvllUed and Christian, ,t
water) It, recommended. Wet- anations : :
Try it Just a change of route Infection Shipwrecked sailors who In years come, b* con- 1
the flower
on
panicle table CuprocMe
at
1H to
and time, you'll ace appear at Brat if mJ 1,00'galfc>oj.trr-bT-Vi 'cbptw pounds tan shores. of. Japan ,were, put to cluded. . 7
How beneficial ouch a little spot which gradually enlargeoften fate containing U death
% cejpper *
. thing CM be. coalesce la cam** the "foaihef Bounds to Iff Copper Compound ship suspiciously, long Inturning re- A Gee JebTheabemaker a

flowers either dh tctlyert4trectly A"4 lbs.-10Q'aad other fixed to their home parts was .a' start '.
Who Is G. I. Joe? by Invasion: of th*. Gower. spray*.will give nearly equal copper were put to death-all to Insure teetotaler, but this did not prevent '"'
ttalks Very txji ts ,all that western "civluxaUen"salsas led him from being very good
Who to O. t Joe Accordingto frequently affecfel and seeoMek1* apt controlWhen substituted Mr bor- not ...'". contaminate Japan friend with the landlord of the .....,
deeax. They are *...* to 'III
the Bayonet Camp Blending'* fruits are extremely auiicepUble to thaa bordeaux and promote-scale' "Thto period ef hibernation was local pub.

Infantry Replacement Training arty Infection. T VUekom HIMt : Increase test. A wetting agent ended just .1.J'IIII1 age." laid On night: he p uaed'' the" Irftl .(
Mr. dimming: "when ourAdmiral own door just at th* landlord emerged t
may vary In 1 tevMty from dil
us t added. to the
Critter __paper. Q. t Joe to spray, such a* B1IM -
Perry taUed his flotilla with cuatonter.
to complete Involvement of tan Ortho struggling a hefty ,A
or
liquidlids spreader.
nwipowar to hit governsmnt Te,piniHe according '1cJ prevaljangweather In obtaining good coverage of into Japanese waters and demand "Give lilt a band to get Bill ,:abe

the general he't expendable Te condition Spot entoovel susceptible tissue Caution should red thai the 'open door policy her horn?" he tbouted. )

the Medici he't a potential C are small, dark circularor be exercised In the lilt of liquid established by Japan, The United "Not I. ii*" he rep ecl. "You
State made the first treaty with do a* I do- when rev don a
U\ol' angular tat Wine fall ipreaden.
ally. To the quartermaster .. away Too much added to the !
Japan in 1894. Missionaries and really good Job-Jute tick him
giving the mature leaves a ragged spray Increases run-off of the up ,
soother foot to shoe. To his hot-hole appearance. Om nearly copper material. Usually'theof use traders, war again allowed to enter In the window for advartite.nent ,

pany commander b'i, a replace mature Iruluv black spots of half the quantity recommended Japan !"-Crlt

ment. To hit tint sergeant. he' a varied form which'may tit slight by the manufacturer to sum' "The emperor was restored to

goldbrltk. ly sunken or how turtle crack, cent for good result the throne ef Japan In 1868, and A Club

To his met sergeant h.'. a appear and may coalesce to cover Th under his rule great progress was A dear old lady in Vermont was

7 chow .bound. To hit company large areas. Thee Infertloa ui- following spray schedule made, Delegation were tent to much concerns by the content
recommended
clerk n.'. a sick book rider, To wally penetrate deeply amtMUiercauae for the present but' study western culture and bidus- of a letter he received from her

hit buck sergeant II,'. a lousy recruit rotting of the fruit on the may Information be modified later, dependingon '] try. Japaa' slogan became. I liter. Q.

who'll never make a soldier tree or may serve at center efdecay ther secured from fur "Adopt and adapt" The, army I "Listen to thin, Henry.* she Mid

To his corporal he' a target for after the fruit hi harvested experiments, A was patterned after Prussia's, and her husband. "I call it nothing

hard labor To the company ln. Surface staining or runeting may 1. First bloom spray applied: the navy, after Britain' I I(1&0 of cruelty

tellectual.-the Pfcs-he's a meat result from spores being washed when the tint bloom clusters! "Japan made marvelous stride 11| "What' the matter" asked
have appeared but before Individual during the last of the lastcenturyprogress .
heud. down upon the fruit from an Infected quarter Henry,
BUT continue the Bayonet, to twig or flower talk. flowers have opened. not even ex-1|I I "In this letter," returned the old

hit girl back horn he't a hero' The causal organism I It one of I Second bloom pray ceeded by Russia' amazing ex-/I lady, "Abigail tells m* the sets

and to hit family h,'. the shining' the mot widely distributed pathogenic T to 10 day after No. 1.it. Parisian of recent year So great: j I help In raltln her children from

example of an American! soldier fungi In Florida. It causes Third bloom spray was this progress that Japan's part tja I mother' club. I do believe Inia

and should have his picture printed the well-known wither-Up of days after No. 2 If the at ,an ally of the United Stsand | dipper sometime*. an' a good

t oftener In the camp newst citrus and a ripe rot of avocado, period I I. extended. .PPlii Britain In the first world ,,blftblA' don't do a child any

] paper! papaya and several other tub- S. Third pray applied war wss mainly to build factories i ,harm, but I never In all my Ute

I tropical fruit It grows taprophytlcally four weeks after No. I. and manufacture' much of the used a club on any of my off

Disabled veteran of the presentwar and iporulate abundantly time the last of the main good needed In civilian Pursuits i prlng/VKlnd Word

may apply for job counselingand during wet weather cluster will I b* open and \of Europe and America. But th* _
on
vocational training and rehabilitation dead twigs and leave of many fruits will I have set from ;tint Urn cam when Jipan'i weaving"I WANT ADS PAr

at center to be plants. panicles to open I
established Including the mango, avocado .
at college and unlven.IU. and citrus ipeci*. The po*. 4, Three: to four week after'I
No. 3.
Itlet throughout the country, according itbUltlet for Infection are great
to the Veteran at all time and all that I* needed 5. One month after ,No.. 4. I ,

f trutlon and the Office of Admln"-j to produce the disease In abun This schedule applies to the I : e

r blllutlon. The Veterans dance I* the presence of suscep first bloom which'norm..II) to the
main bloom and
station will provide, free ol tible tissue and a favorable period generally produce
charge to eligible dl..bled'It....i .( moisture. the more desirable fruit I
Change hi time ot .
making"appli;
an*, transportation to center, The widespread xxcurrenc of
meets, comfortable quarter medical ' the fungus an living at well a* cation may 'be .necessitated by vrNAYE SUN SI'VI'IiE

{ service aptitude test*to de oa deed mango ilaav** and on variation to seasonal condition TO
the first TO SOME Iff ORDER
Occasionally bloom It
\tem ne'It..nt' abilities Interest ether plant at well, makes It Un '
and occupation In which, practical commercial. grave 1 r light and' sets little or no fruit, in ,

they could tit successful, and pro-: attempt control of the disease' ref) which cat* a Second later" bloom sag-RA f
: be and
fesalonal advice on vocational pruning Moat of the Infection may heavy produce themain : x xi
'
r tnoIAIn!. The tint of the proposed i take lilac from, the beginningof i I crop. When this occur the .
schedule should be
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center will be opened at the blossoming period until the,' pray Ihlltfd &6"l'd/ .
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to to the late bloom, Th
apply . .
u the College of the City of New fruit are about half-grown. -j i first spray should be applied r ('H ." II ', t'I,,:, ., "

Reduction of inthracnoe tan tit thoroughly to all of the tree ,
brought about by maintaining a I I parts . ;, .,
top. Attention need b* directedto
To INure travel facilities for protective coaling of fungicide on
I covering only the bloom clue-
disabled military, navel and merchant susceptible parts during this critical r and
fruit In
'ten later appllcaHona. -
railroad period. Much of the decarf .
marine personnel \ Tk tov* of Justice keynote the spirit of American J iiidopmdeac -
: cancel resenratteia. space aiganenta *- which develop *. nature trait
may (TeL Be Concluded Next Week) *. Help preserve It by enlisting ALL surplus dollars In
ticket and if has latent InJecltton r
or *, nceaavy its Inception a*
'. 'cancel or discontinuepassenger orcurtng when the fruit art Ute battle to fi,..nee Victory. Buy more and'mege WAR.,.BONDS

train service and refuse quite mull Those latent Infections -' War BeMto should ****) and STAMPS. t. 1 -* OJ

permissionof paasenger Other become active and serve as[ ..Hlfcgaaeretoyeeiiaeaifie .
than disabled personnel or attend. centers of deny when the fruit }. -% mad tMarflime- Turner Funeral Home .

onto to board train*. OCT has an- approach maturity. Even In) ........rises t eat yeses. . -.' t'''' 41' "', *.. "

.. "tol relatively dry. ats cooaiderabUl ,toss M ". 'sa.m..i.!,')tihaeTiarsc -ailrrsciI. ". ..."'..erturnra'. ,"I' ,

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," ....MEATS...........FATS-Red...............10-polnt........ NOTICE OF SALE

stamps Al through Z8 good Indefinitely -
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)> PROCESSED GOODs-Blue 10- t
point stamps A S through Z8 and
Of Foreclosed Lots
AI good Indefinitely. '
'4
,': SUGAR-Stamps 10, II and SX w"
ta Book Four good indefinitely
for five pounds

Scanning I', SUmp sugar 4' good through for S Feb.pound 38 of of The City of Homestead has foreclosed upon the lots hereinafter

, 1 next:for canning year Spare sugar temp until IT Mar good I, described and the same will be sold at public auction by a Special Masterin

(".. IMS.' Chancery, at the front door of the County Court House at Miami, k
SHOES-Airplane itampa 1 and
I (Book ,) good indefinitely Florida, on MONDAY, AUGUST 7, 1944,between the hours of 11:00 a. m.

i through> GASOUKC Aug.-.A-10. coupons food and 2:00 p. m., The sale will be to the highest bidder, for cash, and allaster's .
t FUEL: OIL-Periods 4 and Scoupons
; remain good through \ Deed will be delivered to the purchaser.The .
to
lots to be sold are as follows: r'
x FLORIDA CITY

, i (Continued From Page Three) Lots 22, 23, 24, 25,26,27,28 and 29 of MILLER ADDITION.. I'
, JNeUa Delta returned from Hobe
8 Sound Tuesday after a month's Lot 39 of WALBRIDGE ADDITION. :
Ivialt with Mr. and Mn. J. 1.. ,
1 Arnold .
AIdrie"b"'; .. Lots 3,4 and 5, Blk. 1, PORVENIR ADDITION.
L. c. was a Tuesday

",. klings I gent of of Mr.Miami and"Mrs. Frank, Stal-. Lots 13,14 and 15, Blk. 2, PORVENIR..ADDITION. N

,,.. Tat f.Mr.: .and Mn: Lawrence Backer' . ,.*"' *Lots 40,41,42,43,44,45 and 46, SEVILLA ADDITION.. /If," ;
:if' Pierce pent several days 1

-:," [[bert last week,-: ,. , ':-" Lots.:11, 13, 14, 15 and 16, Blk. 1,,HIBISCUS PARK i ..I. : i ;
1'D. W Walker ;returned Sunday .
;., ['atveral,from Jacksonville days with where relative he'pent : ', Lot 27, Blk. 2, ROYAL PALM ADDITION.Ut .- .. II

.;'.jJMrt." ,W. :Broofci-left- this. week . '10, Blk.-3, ROYAL PALM ADDITION.) --. .,.. .. !<
\ te visit In Jacktonrtlle.m . . . 'ILots37 ,
: *'K rby Clementa1 of Chicago .;la ;;" . : : 38 and TOWER'S ADDITION. '", ;'
W ipeadbig the with Ms '
, pssMt'2ers. Henry-rammer Olaea.y w' ,' :" .' ", 1,018-37 and 38, J. U. FREES 2ND,ADDITION.Lots .. \ _:/

, of Charts Clinton came from.Key 1 2 6 8 and 9 Bik. 8 IO.ERPAIIS NO. L .
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Wait for the weak-.nd. I : f'
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". .' Lot 11, L C. BEIDLER ADDITION.Lot22 . ', : : '" ; .j
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JAMES AKCngK 8MIIH! . '
,,,1 HOSPITAL MEWS' BEIDLER'S ADDITION.. . ? fi/ j
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A daughter was born July g to "
8gt and Mrs John Callahan' of Lot 18, DUBOIS ADDITION. , ,
'i. Homestead e, Smith Hospital Lot 15, J. U. FREE'S ADDITION. ',', . \'''* \
s Mr and Mn Chu. CollinsMiami of *
tf' are parents of a son born l l" ::' ',> fJ 4. : .. -
:July I', Lot 9, Blk. 39, TOWN OF HOMESTEAD. ' ;
'1* Medical patients thla week were
u',Mrs Louise Everett of Naranja Lot 7, LINSCOTT'S ADDITION. '
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and Chris Welrlch of Miami
x t Mn. Emily Collins of Miami
".. a surgical patient.Tonalllectonilea Lot 7, S. E. LIVINGSTON ADDITION. . ,
were perform
;|'for" Donald Bobby Carey Cooper of of Matecumb Princeton Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,10 and 11, R. L MOSERS SECOND ADDITION. :
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I( NEW FUNGICIDEContinued Lots 46,47,48 and 69 of TATUM'S ADDITION No. 1.," ." .: !

( From Page One) Lots 31 and 32 J. D. TOWER'S ADDITION. .
:144 at i coat to the grower com- i
parable with copper fungicidesnow *
Ruehle.In commercial use,* says Dr. Lots 9,10,11,12,17,20 and 21, THE TOWERS. )

1 "Until fungicides the 1943-44 such aa season bordeaux, copper Lots 1 and 2, Blk. 1, BARBER'S ADDITION. l'
mixture, wattable cuprous ox-
)'Idea bomb, copper copper oxychloride sulfates and.sulfates copper-! , Lot 39, less the South 15 feet Lots 40, 75, and Lot 76, less the

lime control dusty when had properly all given applied effective at ',, *" :' South. 15 feet, TATUM'S\ ADDITION..

six to seven day Interval during
the by growing Dr. Ruehle season,In" It h...la bulletin pointedout Attention is called to the time and place of this sale. These lots J

..the'"Durlsx weather last wait season moist, however.and cool reverted to the State of Florida under the Murphy Act, and are now being .

froaa through the December middle and of late November blight' sold under a tax foreclosure sale conducted by the City of Homestead'. :

,'by was December widespread S3. ,and. Under deatructtT these and,this sale must be conducted at the front door of the Court 0 "House in "

smart blight. conditions,control of Miami. -
the disease ,was unsstlafactorywith

.,.but a cofft pew organic sprays'or fungicide duata. '.recently ,.. 'PurchaserS are urged to investigate the location of the above lots,

"'_ "t number developed,of. H' 171 under; who"the 0 combined code- and he present at the sale. , a
; with sine sulfate or cine sulfate .. '
wtth lime, gave outstanding DATED }' : ; :'o' } '
) this 6th day of July 1941- ._ >r
control of potato late Might M ': ., ,* J . ?
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|tin,compared.experimental with copper teat Plota fungicides at the __ R. E. EDWARDS, .
tufe-Tropecat
Etperianent Station '
'during the 1M3>1M4 aaaaon. ." :_ 10 : 4" ,City.Clerk. ..
/ 1 Copies of the bulletin detail '
Ae experiments with He ITS may .sr ._ :',It
be obtained at the office of Coun- : d' ,
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HUDSON-SWILLEY RITES SOLEMNIZED ZELLMAN-LEWIS MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED;
; I The CalendarJuly
I MONDAY EVENING IN BAPTIST CHURCH' I BRIDE JOINS HUSBAND AT ?-iEW.STATION
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W-Meeting of Woman's
, Miss Lillian Lucille Swillejr be- a shoulder length veil of blue net Club of the Redlaad Announcement la being madeof In South Allapattah Garden and

came the bride of S-Sgt. George and her flowers, a nosegay of .I the marriage In February of attended Redland High School.
i ilnnlas July IS-Meet ng of W.S.C.S.with For the few she has
, salmon gladioli and yellow past yean
Miss Eunice Lewis of Homestead
Ruuell Hudson of Homestead M... J. L Ballard
| tied with yellow ribbon. made her home here with her
f 1 Field and Irving, HI, In a double .Mr Caddis and 14.... Cravatt July Jl-Meeting of the Cleaner to M-Sgt. Ben B. Zellman ofMuak.O brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
*, Mr Wollam. Mich and Homestead
with Orlando
b the and Mn, Stewart Hall.
ring ceremony performed by wore pink and blue replicas of
Aug. Meeting of Redland Field. Mn. Zellman left last
}. Rev. U B. Crantford at 7 o'clock Mrs "lyre's gown and veil, and Neighborhood\ Club with Mn.Mary week for Muskegon to Join 'her M-Sgt. Zellman had been stationed -
I Monday evening, July 10, In the carried nosegay fashioned of T. Furry, husband who wu on furlough at for more than two year
First Baptist Church, of Home pink rosebuds and white gladioli at the local field,
; .Aug. J-USO dance sponsored| his horn there and hat gone with
. s .awed tied with blue and pink ribbons 'bar Woman's Club'of Homestead him to Hamilton Field, Cal, .
The bride was given in marriage respectively; 'The'flower 'girl I Aug. Meeting of Episcopal where he Is stationed temporarily. MRS. GAVZENS HOSTESS
f by her father, B. R. Swll- wore a floor-length frock .( orchid Woman's Auxiliary with Mn.I .I Mr*. Zellman, a daughter of TO EPISCOPAL AUXILIARY .
ley, and attended by her sister, net and scattered rose' petal I Frank W. Stillman. Mr*. T. B. Lewis formerly lived M.... J. E. Gauzena was hot
I ,
r uMri. JT. W. Tyre,of Perrlne. matron from a basket frilled with match tees Friday at ait all-day meeting
t of honor Mr*. Millard J.vGaddla ing net ruffles.Mr of the Woman' Auxiliary of St.
r and Mr. Wm. D. Oravatt .*. Swillejr, mother of the ELIZABETH PETERSON TO BECOME BRIDE I John's Episcopal, Church. The
Her small cousin, Virginia Do u- bride, wore a navy sheer gown OF AVIATION STUDENT VELDON B. DOBBS group will meet Aug. 4 with M....
. berly was flower girl with white accessories and a Frank W.. Stillman
S-Sgt. Robert T. Hoveland wa corsage of white gladioli and tuberoses I The engagement of Min Alice Homestead Army A'r Field for Present besides the hostess
best man, and S-Sgt. Thomas E I Elizabeth Peterson Aviation nine months before reporting for were :Dr. and M.... A. L Bur
Hayillp and Pro Dominic Fer.rantl Immediately after' the ceremony Student'Veldosl B.; Dobbs, son of cadet training 'on' Oct 11, 1843. green, M.... Stlllman M.... RalphW.
He Is taking primary training now Klngman, M.... M. F. White,
were groomsmen. Pit Albert a reception was held at the and B 'R. .
Tryhuk and Pfc. Arthur C home of the bride which was decorated :* I Mr. Mrs. Dobbs of at Uvalde, Tex, after completing Zella Burgreen,Aane Weber And
Kunlgel served as ushers and throughout with garden Denver, Colo:.11 being announcedby pre-filght work at San Antonio Bobby Brown .

lighted the tall white taper on flower MM Lucille Drlgger the parent of the bride-elect.;

the altar Just before the ceremony. had charge of tha bride1 book, :the Rev..and Mrs. Noah Peterson, LEGION AUXILIARY GIVEN NATIONAL .
and Mrs' W. E. wouberly and former Homestead residents now
The church was decorated with 14.... Jesse ,Oreer poured punch living In Cross City.' No date has I STATE CITATION FOR MEMBERSHIP

: palms, ferns and gladioli and which wa served with white bridal I been set for the wedding. '. hundred
For
v obtaining one per charge of the program Yo'blelin*
other cut flower of pastel tints. ;sake. ? 0.1' Mill Peterson bas lived In 'pent membership In 1841 and I eluded a business meeting and a
: Miss Mable Ruth Pope playedthe For traveling, the bride Wore a Homestead most of her life, and Homestead social hour In addition to .the
traditional wedding marches green and white sports ensemble last year was a junior at Homestead 144, the American study
i and the accompaniment for MissGloria with ;White accessoriesart*}, a High School. She ,left several Legion Auxiliary has been awarded .t A pot-luck luncheon
was
I
DeMarla who before the white gardenia corsage. '" I. weeks ago to Join her parents a national and a state citat'on. served..
ceremony sang "The Sweetest The bride Is a grdoSfe'' of In Cross City, It I was announced this week by
Story Ever Told" and "0 PromiseMe Redland High School and. the Cadet 'Oobbs was stationed at the president, Mrs Wm. J. Geron- I
FRIENDS GIVE SHOWER
," Homestead Business Coli.... She Imo. I .
! The bride was lovely In a long- has been employed at Homestead SANDRA POTTER GIVEN I I The group also has the distinction FOR MRS. CHAMBERS
trained white silk marquisettegown Army Air Field. PARTY of being the first unit In Mrs, Bailey Cash and Mn. Cleo
FIRST BIRTHDAY
with a full-length tulle Sgt. Hudson I* a sin of Mr. I I the state to send in some of 'the Rawls Lee were hostesses at a
t tell held fa place by a coronet Nellie Hudson of Irving, Ill. and Mr*. Myron E. Potter, Jr. entertained due for' 1941, she reports shower for Mn. Leroy Chambers
Saturday afternoon with on. July 6 at the Cash home.
II seed pearls. The square yoke a graduate of. Hill-borough, rill.:)
and the midriff of the gown were High School He, ha beeav,In a party In honor of the first MRS. DARLING CONDUCTS Games were played, and loaf
made of the Imported AUncon service for two.yean and"hai birthday anniversary of her cake and Ice cream were served.
lace which outlined the bridal been itationed ..' the local'eld'; daughter, Sandra. PRESBYTERIAN STUDY Present beside hostesse sand
t veil. She carried a shower bouquet for the pact 18 month .> Individual cake, each topped M.... A. F. Darling conducted honor guest were Mn. R. E.
of gardenias tied with i a Sgt and Mr*. Hudson ha *'returned -I with a candle, were served with Bible study at an all-day meeting Gray, Mn. J. E. Campbell, Mr*.
r t white satin bow. from a honeymoon spent Ice cream. yesterday of the Presbyterian Wo- Alma French; Mn. Kenneth Bry
1 The matron of honor wore a In MI.mI'Beach and are now at Young guests I Included: Helen, man'i Auxiliary which was held ant. Mrs. Neal Chamber, Mr*. J.
blue silk net gown which had'a home lit one of the E. L. Lawrence Gary and Michael Home Jean- in the new Sunday school buIld. E. Horne, Miss Maybelle Home
I circular yoke; fitted bodice and apartments on W Mowry ette and Vicki Johnson Linda ing. Mr. Carl F. Robinson had and 14.... Gilbert Ogden.

tong full skirt.' Her headdress was if -- Feltenright. Linda and Glenda
Bell, Joanne, Floyd and Ernest 11.1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 1111111 ill MMrTTMMrM"
, Harden Patricia Folsom, Betty .
C Cr I Harrison, Coy Lou Grennell, Tommy ,.
Cc Adams, Patrick Lynch Bobby -
c 1 Smith, Philip McLeroy and .... 4,. KOMOM* MM f nfftt

Ii IjVtI4 adg'094JKmn Franklin Hall. ASPIRIN TABLETS 39'el
Other present were: Mr. and
headache, 8I\U&1.i.
Mn. R. H. Fitzpatrick Sandra' quick-swing relief for 4lilComfOftl or colds
.o pp R grandparent; Mrs. Alton Home,
l Mn. Victor Johnson, 14.... Oliver
, Hall Mrs R. S. McLeroy, 14.... C.
T. Harper, 14.... M. L Smith, Mrs.
(GL! m4;' Joseph Golden 14.... S. J. Lynch, 10
.
M... Wayne Adams, Mrs Bob
Feltenrlght, 14.... Hazel Bell, Mrs. .
ice
el Onk* sae arele.sed hr att'Vnae .1" mlelrleb'
Millard J. C.ddls, Mn. W B, gallsYee, Bittiu- IN '
Harden, 14.... Fred Penningtoh, Rex gives Ton mm Pnl JI'j / .
Mn Harold folsom and Miss than quick relief l ,4
.,Cecelia Harper.METHODIST from excess Stomach
also "1p01o
acidity for It
... .. ,. llM ....
gives you probated Theca l ,- k. C |H< -
CROUP' SEEKS v comfort Get BurntKM .Tussles A, H C, B see |1'2/|
r INSTRUCTOR FOR STUDY : tod**. flM Uw M4 In..
"Pknamint contain .minimum
Ag O The Woman's Society of Christian a tea daily adult requirements of ALL
Service of the First Methodist VHtmini known to be euouul W
., Church of Homestead held Its BISMA-I baa.a OYtait'oa. $
July business meeting Tuesday ,
afternoon In the' Sunday school .
yoft
room. Various books were discussed REX II o;:;: i
' HERSI ALL :,. .for use In the fall study few pe..iel a day.WHt1Y .
lAVE TO DOl . aa \". course A teacher for' the- course 50
Sate acrap sacral pope and '0 I* needed to fill ,the place of Mr*.
tie COBS lake core of you O. Sewell Palmer. eR
clotkes-don't waste lood-and The social service" reportshowed \.ONG
her amore War Stampc Sign 8S visits 22 bouquets, 4?
the pledge below and briny It tray and to ",., well" cards, 5110
to .r office. That will sacks All circles were invited to meet
Yom a Bteeaher of asy elmb aid with Mrs.: ...U Ballard-on'July .;, with .&( IyS .WHI.TE.:
It and with M.... H.
emtitle you, a free pencil U Brown for
'd dab k:lto slow I I the August meeting SHOE CLEANER

, Present were: Mrs, Gea Ran lee will like"el-'s', beo.w Ct'
I ', son Mra.Don Williams 'I.f.... S.F .
,( ocean t.a fit,gad (2) I't .
t \ jww Matthew. Mr*.'O. t..: Shewal ,e&.1OoV LICIUIe ....,
ter. Mrs K. S. ,.Capllnger, Mrs. .pee/Q/
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r--------------- Anna Carter, Mrs J,, A.'' cNetnand t A'1eI1.ooua: _
Pill 1j Mrs. BrownrTQr.
"I IIINfi INOFFICE TO OUIIt =

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billy 14, 194 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Page Seven


ch4H Dodaon, "To a Wild !JMacDowell L! ,.-.. .. 'h .l


Social-Events of( Bataan" ()Krleg and )--Brave Anne HenwJ; CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
:

I leford bach-Ruth; "Fifth Rutland Nocturne"; and ShaCk-j I : J 11.


Mll OItn." (Schutt)- RATE: tits insertion JOc I line; subsequent Insertions' '.

Pope. I I Sea lint ;

I i Jeanette Johnson presented her I

III \ CLASS PRESENTS RECITAL :number.pupil, Ethel Kahn In a folk song FOR EXCHANGE HOMEMADE FORD TRACTORS :IJ


: AT RESIDENCE OF MRS. FITZPATRICK The guests were: Mrs Victor with double low gear Excel. A

Johnson, Mrs. M. C. Lawrence THE SWAP SHOP lent for farm or trees Wolf '

The Ensemble ClaM of Mr*. .Nadeane Ruehle; "Little Jack Mr*. Geo. D. Ruehle, Mr*. W. B. Buy*-Selto Anything Auto Wrecking, Phone SM-J.

!to H. Fitzpatrick save a recital Horner"-Vickl Johnson; "Etude i i Harden Vivian Johnson, Marjorie I I Repair ael machine, typewriters, Homestead. Fla.a21tt)

n at tM Fitzpatrick home on Red- In C" (Gurlitt) and "Dandelion j I Terburg. Barbara Jean Smith cash registers (mUtt) '
;
land rd. at 10 i, m. Monday when Soldier (WII70n-Joann. Har. Doris Ada Dodson and Jimmy' PERSONAL 1

"the following numbers were preented den, "Echoe of Vienna" (Thom- Watson. 1: FOR RENT a ; : .
1I FREE! It Excess acid
cautei
you
>, : as-Rachel Dodton and Mr*. I I I I

Cxardas" (Lowe) Jeanette Fitzpatrick; "Scotch Dance (Beethoven FOR RENT-2-bedroom house, pain ot Stomach Ulcers, Indi.gestion. 1

Mr LEGAL NOTICESIN I large lawn of chicken for Heartburn Belching
Johnson and Fitzpatrick, ) and "Barcarolle (Offen-I UM
J Bloating Nausea, Ca Pains,
.
> two melodies by Caynor Floyd bach)-Jeanettc Johnson; "Ma- )H months at $80 a month t '

I* Harden, "Mocking Bird" (Wright) rurka in B Flat" (CI\opln-Ra-1 1M.UVIUITa Tae: CIRCUIT JUDICIAL' COUNT Placers 0. Tag I BenJ. W. Morris. Jy U) get Brown'turn pharmacy.sample Udga(pe)0)at i .t)

Oil' 11'1.0110" ROOMS and '
AND rOB BAD COI NTT. apartments. Reasonable .
I HOMESTEAD WOMAN'S CLUB RECESSES j! M riANcnr. N*. itns rates, hot water and ihow.er WANTED.

CITY OF HOMESTEAD: a s.anklpalso *. Pelms Hotels
Florida
FOR TWO MONTHS ; to Meet Again Oct. 9The +, ties at UM State at FkWM16' CKy.
Platelet WANTED-Tresh, Juicy tip, any J

Woman Club of Home- Dixie Drug for rtfreihnwnts I s FOR SALE size and kind. South Dad
RUTH CARDINAL t ."" "t U, Farms, First National 'Bank
Wild disband for. August and Present were Mrs Herbert D.eeMama.ORIECLOSIRe.
f will I
( ACRES
/ or TAX aAUtCHTim Bldg ( ). ..
Katz, Mrs Greene Mr*. Mc 'AT( JJtt .
.September and hold Its next meet DOWN AND W MONTHLY-
Garrah Mr Mr. NOTICE Oil' MASTIR1 **!.. Good r\\
*. Elchenberger WANTED- uwd furniture.
inc on Oct. 9. then Mr*. E. B Nab to kmkr irtvM Ism tan ..4M.tomato high pine land fronting on
McGarrah will be hostess It was J. F Hammett, Mr*. Franklin, .lend. as -W 11-. ...... slid Manr I"Longview Road H mile northof Smith-Grave Furniture Co. 1.
Mr. E. A. Buchanan Mr*. H ./ at the nest a( 11'_.'s (colour
Palm
decided .at. meeting Monday K'I l stand IB that nttal* 00.
Mr Kinard and
Foulk .
hi the rimH C*.t ,4 tan Mr Llchtenberg, Congress ,
night Bird hostess: for the evening, ; EtanMk JwlUtal. C.k1 Ftarlte.r 4- Building Miami WANTED-Rtphlr work.. .atone
A balance of MIS.18 MM reported ___ -d tor II"" C"mfJ III Cha_.... Sties (J7)) building, cement work roofing

OB h nd. The group votedto each j city rkaMmr e T H__.N.*...1MM a ninMiwI. In which, .". llw. RARE AND UNUSUAL tree ani etc 1th Hour Mission Box 89.Homeitead .
respectively Sunday!
buy its fourth fine hundreddoDai1 a. m. albs rf tan SUM oT nordto b plate. plants (dlOt) I
'War 'bond' and to donate morning! at All Souls Church OK tiff sad RiKk Cardliwl a wUo*: M at.! Landscaping and rove
Miami Beach throughout July 1' P" ..._.... I. .. Mw.1 Heater aCbaaaay plant ng. Sunny Grove Nurseries I need with or without
$25 toward furnishing the ,dayroom appear..d W the CAR4s.. ..lot Palm Ave 'I miles went grove
of the crash crew at Homestead during the vacation of the rector I ....._. ...., ... b..1,1.4 01 the el.emlthi I of norlda home 3 prospect waiting .
Air Field. Dr. J. M Taylor I will .ffw tea .Ie and City Phone Jfl.l-W Drop m* a postal or call J. K.
t Army while. wtcrf to tan klukm sod kM kt* . (a28tf)
.
J Members of the Service League Dorn. 22463 Nltml at my e*.
Mr. Herbert Katz president, des for wk M the South tenet 4Wlh. 01
of the local church will accompany . OHM HUM rl D-.... CwiM*. In Ik* NOTICE OP APPIITATIOII > pense. Reverse charges.
"OR
named Mrs: Ida K. fiichenbeiger city '"/ M'ami, fterkta n the Ttk day of I
hostess, of the USO dance to be Dr. Burgreen to the Miami AwoM, A. D. IM4 km the ...".* *trVwn Chapter TAX 17117.DEED.At* of lose
Beach service Sunday morning I ,''eln k A. M. anA tm .'.>.A FIN* A Ml** tan MM rnlflOt .M k the MM aft i n
sponsored by the club on Au;. 3, Services held here at 730 I p. M, the IMM below a keel Oaks dvi MOTIC1I la stances GIVEN Oat Do 0... Co.:: 1
are :
and Mrs. James L. Bird hostess of >4 lie basis the level Soon *f ..... the I ElloabMk Hnaimond, kohhr .f BtaU'u4Coanly Using Mid MftUrMl shad U w.
the USO dance on Sept. 7. Each each Sunday evening I, fnlUKrIn tr'kirl rn oats *Hu.M InDd Tu 0."' ,....* N. 111 rr>-..l -... -.I'" a .... the _
described. W add film .
I Only nnrhta, kfwMli the thcrrlll will to kkrk.rt
of A. lass, h
chairman will name her own 1 .. tt. 94. Is. it. tr. M and i* : \ Vey =-will n.h.s wad. .fWA.a.r'Itt bidder oak tan Court HOM* des Ml
soy .poll.atlae'lop
'
a ro MILLER ADDITION wn nll.., la the. tan rim Monday hi tan menus *f Awmt,
committee. a as dead to be hates'
plat th.not __ I. Plst I at( .w. ( than. ,.... .h.... kj tan fib V *f A n>..
/ During the social hour high For Prompt _-. IS*. Paklle, IU<.r d., D*** Onmly In'"L 't-b In"the the county rot. 144.Dt4.
I ebb calls der ./ In. I....
*
Mrs. I 01 Dade sate of ta-wtti I
; Florida.
won by Lot
prizes were
core ADDITION. IL II. UCATmERMANClrrk : .
i4 WALBRIDOE '
,
LeA I. Black Wlaon .
14 Park sub.,
;. p. J Franklin and Mr*. B, F. CAB SERVICE a.u ."Ne.w 10 lie Plot I-.J __ In, I* IN deny all Dade Put* of riorUa a *f Clrr.lt C- T%
Pk l ...... < 4t, Pablte R."wd Dada c-IF. FtartM.M .
Greene and a low score prize byMrs. > 1. f Pee I I Th aominirnt rl slow simile..* MioW Cbwk Cow" Real
Y4 R. R Klnard DU Co..:'. nokta POIVlNlltl the MU. 00ftI,.....* Mi I* UM __ oft M U. ITDICft p. o .
I a' reasonable sates UM s. mt t. Wo>k t Vlnw.L 11
t The. group adjourned to the ADDITION mHlM to Ik. plot IbnWnrr4r I 'tt": Ml? "Mrtl*>l* ahal W ... | 41.. IS. 94. Jab t. leant j JJIIOTK'
I ta Plot B M 'at 1. 14 ._MX k-rorJIw ,.. Mr Iht t
Biel Day 9108 P\ikll aased.. D4>.M>k rW U..t I 1 oo ..ilH.* trrrlnHI.k- ..."' to Ik tronrrty* .... I IWAtrr . .Or TAI APPLICATION DEED FOR :
4Phone ,_",?,. L M ii 14 pan it. Bwt a ., ro*. eat ., the Gwen HUM "Less th.I
-< Pulpit at Miami Beach VENIK ADDITION. MMfrfln* to Ik* Plat. flfn Villainy I. the a.oath of AvnM I Il ru nmNotk j
; Night Phone .. 239 th..e r.wadd hi Pea sank M .. **m I .... which 1.1.* 'tlk day of ..... kj Wnky iln oat AIONIOM
......
Rector .
Filled Local KING
by .... P"blk, 1_. of DUo County.Fk.ad1 ". holder u twin *f CAY 06
flied this NA, tie, of Jon. ,*... I Mimi TM CwlUtoM Ntok ral 1144. '
. ,
Dr. A. L. Burgreen rector ofSt III IIIl 1_ M. n. 09. .t. 1.. 4 sod a. ofRXVII LC4TKKRMAN: I avoid the lt day of lugs A. D Ml, kM \
HOMESTEAD CAB BUVICIP. filed OrtlHMto
MM << ht oft/as sad
: m?
adnis the
LA ADDITI.e- pWrk W Clmh rt, ,
John Episcopal Church j* . Well. II .<' .. ;;: ban soda appllatae ft tax dad a
plat 4-.n --,1. PIN Dode ,
...
O. Pi. Prer I
'holding holy communion and "_ W. Pukmr tnxi..k DaM C* .lr.I 'E4 AK coal Simi low u.._ hi arsN.aa with .... t
*i Mmes tk* -fott*.t
*
*
1111N. c. ITtllllnT.
.1-
morning prayer at 9 a. m. and 11 F4ads 1-. t If. ... .. I (Jose no N. "Ir '. I" 04) =rf >l =.. situated In Dan Onn.r "
lI.oJ,1 ...
Nipise17P ,un,. rirlon .. ,
LM Rlk. M UWKM KMnto Land 4
"..n..en.4.4 0. 1"0r.b' \ 11 at patftpt *
C*. calls.: Plat limb I. Pan 4*. hi the
",, Ro.,4.. 11.4.. Csnty. Fb...i S: L Kendrick
14. City of Mkunl, CwMy of Pnon, sate a(

t.. *0. Blvk a >4' ROY'L PALM JlSttTB OF THEf Pbtrlo.
t DDITIOM. .w iw to ,..* Viet f*. -f"L..I'd I Tlw. awww.eI or sold property ..des
PEACE tan M cniriru read WM hi lies Mnw
N rim Boot. I M r" M. Put.Di

... 11.-.1. *. Condom PVrU. *. Sirfh. Certintalr tnt *lhr. ese.aj of Nalkaii MM WeWV.1..s Cnlfl<*t* ...." k* rInnat ,

AD3TIOV tBluHl irMli I :f t Ik*Y mt" then-BALM,1 I' ,.."", ''t..bInlIHlf'II and rt.FelUw _rd''.. u Urn, U* *..l will '
Mw Ikrrron on the led day of Awwt .
;
nlnl hi Pk X"t *-- 4TP.KII .
p_..... "-". Onl", FlnttdiiI [ .e..e4lOdd A. D. 1044.
Bid 11ae.4 this Ifll day 0( Juse. A. D. '
.
.. .7. II ..t M ar TOWrnAN' : I *
r>Tm.i. *.-- din., I. ik*. pier ik.....rI I V. W. Est Bt Humnlraa na 1544 S. L LE..mERM". I.Clrr.lt l I.

"vvs vk1 :7.r'I > ;,v sett, rub" I II. Caro .f CIaun Cw.r1, .
4- C M. ++MM 4
.-.. *T sod W of t. u. rrl: NTAtinrrfW NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS Court "; Dade Violists. Florida I ..
(
.(**rdlRI..* tan plat tkrra.r I 'o. V $
,1 Notice Is hereby given that the Ity N BTERRCTT D. C.
- +M !" Pf Rntk 4 at "r. | it.p..lt. annual meeting of the itockholden Han SO. July I. ,.. 11, t*. l44> l "
Ps-.d.. IHo* Ornty rkT-ila !
|,.M \, t. A a --4 0, HI-1- n"I! of the Coral Reef Nurwrei NOTICE OP ..rt "'orlO" PonT ) "
Hesse-R PALMS NO. I. Now"dInto .
w liP" \
the .lat tber4 iw In Pat rft Co., will be hell at the office of CVaptrr IT.". Asa of 1515Pilo

I ., ..'s ft Pukll Roranh, Did. the Company at }Homestead Fla, A Saul

C.tlJT. TbM t I. on Monday, July 24. 1944 at three HOTICS M HrRFBT GIVEN thai *.
't of I. C WElntER ADDITION. B D.4mt. kolovr it Kioto and Corny
hale. M tan .Ia. tMaw4 ws.Npd isM o'clock p. m? for the purpose of Ul Certificate N*. WM Mad In

?. PS. .l a-- I*. Publh RorardiP .1 electing a board of directors and toy of JWMI A. O IWt kM ,: Mm l'
C nlr PWM In oftlro. sad ka, mad apolloatlnnCrnlflrAlo ;
Th. above M-l >..Ml....... tnr ta< InIn transacting such other business a* top ny a is. .died tbe ....... ft1lass. Sold
o' HomrM** mkrar.>n4k* fnUnplnir ....

*l r ,J J*. . ...1 WM. H. KROME, SecreUrr rlbij. nrr jorlv In tan County of Dip. .
', P ap.rty am aftmosaw
gut fl rwoa, lo.HUt
4p, .h .n ft. te.wee-t., Mredit.. I (July U 21, IOU II. ninrk M Pulfor4 try Ik* Boa, ,

a waste. a"d anpnrtapnesa lhesw"a hw seaitm 9. 0 S.............. Palk fl-sit I. ,
n. ... ie a.v ..l.s aeat.lnins. ... 1e0TI1 I' APPLICATION roll "i" It. In tan Comity of Da..>. Mao tftorlon j
,
'.. .. ..", "'1'-' TAT Dorn r
nat-d III" .... oIoy out .r.... A. fti III..101e9 .1 Motile ITU1. Art of IMS Tk Manam nt ., MM ar'yiity sow '.
r.. GRAMS 191. Pita A 1MIXOTlri
tan Amid rrrtlfkal* *M In Ik* name *fijnk
-., Mutes /T.aaary.. II HEREBY GIVEN flint PrMMi. TrfftUnhw .
l55 r H a TCOCKa. nmm W and Lit fl. W.inr. koWcnM MM orrllfllroU hall k* raw
II.,.., pi.i,iiTf state ..* Coimlr TM Ortinnt N*. if.nun1 arof4ln to )n.. the prepay ov.Hrlbr4 ,
.', U II. I*. A... .. H44INOTIC1 ll.4 initial IN Ilk day of July. A. OI Ikorrln will k. wan to tko ......
.S7, ban flied urn ta soy .m.**. and .4 b..r at flow 4:00. Rome dew we .
oar' s.;' w-I01 TORT I hall IMI|. ..*,..*,.... far a tol .W4 to the tint Monday I. It- walk of A....
.. knurl t IhrTro. SU COTHImto WI.hi 1144. which to...* Ilk oy of Amelia j.I'
Chapter "''1'I I testes the 0.11o.a1. deearlbd ,."party l'44 I II.
C Fib the County *f D4t. state of riarl**, Dated Mil tea .*, *f Jan. "'4. !
"VCIS in HFRPRY GIVEN hl ttl B. lEATHtRMAN.
f
.... vkoK.c .t sate aaA C.selte' Loots I* 1* I*. Rkvk 51. Pelted W doe Ctoa *f ClmM clank
wi FILL PRESCRIPTIONS noM ANY DOCTOR . r _.r*.. MK I4IM ...-.. tk* Ttkt I t4.. A_. Plot W ....... "O." a nip C***>ty. PWUa.ICImM '
1I own CHOOSING S.. loA IMr, A. n. ltd kM flM. Mm !. Pv*. riM Bank 14. r... N. ta doe ( Co.n, tall
I OP rout .... <>nr. and ku n**> pwlkulos for Cmml. .( Dade sate of norM. fly N. C. BTERRCTT' D A ,'. .
rW4 h. k heed Ikmull UMM Owes M, lists f, to", (
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I j 1hiiIIUIiiCfilllllllfllflllllIIflllUfifl!({ !! from Atlanta, Ga, 'to visit h1efaUl.r wm nszn Presbyterian Church geles, clerk with the wing engineers

and mother" Mr. and Mrs. Prize for proficiency ta Ute To Honor Service lien section CpL Lucille Small-

Frank FcrreO a Bible and in Episcopal church ridge of Deerfleld,0, dental technician
20 Years Ago "Mr and Mrs. X. Z. Crowlly history were won br Robert Earl At a meeting of officers at the ; and Pvt Ora D. Turnerof
: and baby left Sunday for Abbe- Homestead Presbyterian Churchat Sea Antonio driver in, the

. "" .,. ..... ., vllto, K. C. . ." I Foulk BII'IIWIJerrr at ; Cox and' John the home of Dr. and Mn. Cart transportation section"
fr .w b ..d.sod "Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Holcomb, Camp Wlngmann from F. Robinson, it was decided to set .
t:
: .:..:. which :
M. w IW..11i. they: returned on Saturday
.-.d ........ er.d.e ,- Mill Irma Shaw Miss Helen Robert up an' honor roll and a serviceflag
14 .wed e.a ere Brooker, Miss Edwards Earl won first place In'the' for members of the church
; Jacqueline Attention
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: .. .. : senior group; Jerry, second place
the
I now serving with armed force
George Murray, Brooke
_.. Henry .
Now II. Kit. In the All
Junior division and John, Fame Canners!
Jr., Henry Brooker Sr. and two ; and to send a monthly church
: i UIIIOIIII IUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIltIf11I111111I1111 I I I boys Charles and Ronald, will first pise In the midget class.] new letter ,to members of this BefcV, you Good begin Housekeeping your 144canning
spend the Fourth of July tat Okee- group and to the congregation.
and Mr R. E. Edwards Magazine advises you: use the
"Mr.
Mr .
Roy Nixon and children,
ehobee." The officer decided also to beUUg-water bath method for
: ( entertained on Thursday evening I "Mn. E. C. Chronister left Mn. J. K Scott and children, Mr. add a porte cochere to the mans' tomatoes and fruits only. Can
.t their home In honor of their
and Mrs. Herbert Hunter and
$ eonmte"walk.. an
Wednesday for Pittsburgh Pa. to and to build a between , vegetables except tomatoes
; \ twentieth marriage anniversary. visit two months." baby Mr. and Mn. J. M Forte and. the Sunday school building by the correct us*of a pressure
I
i ThoM present were: Mr. and Mrs children and Mr. and Mrs. R. B'% and the nursery, A $25 contribution : cooker to be sure of killing
E. A, Wadsworth, Mr. and Mn Ward! has been received from Schallem" has been received for the botulinu germs. In the last
j, and Mrs W. Lionel Van Winkle that he arrived few yean, case of botulinusfood
; Harry Cooper, Mr. "Mrs. C J:. SchsK of Houetod.Tell' walk. It Was announced.
P B. Strickland Mr. and Mr*. O. I. safely at Torquay, England: ." la visiting with her son and poisoning have cropped up
: 1 Gault, Mr. and Mn. A. L Brown, "Orin Smith, son *f Mr. and daughter-in-law Mr, and In widely different part of the
Miss Nina Dy.l Is Now country. Buy. borrow share a
: Mr. and Mn. JVIllUm Clark Mr. Mra. Dexter Smith left Monday Howard Schaff." pressure cooker-but don't can
r and Mr*. H, I* Cook Mn. Vera nlbttor Citiiens' Training Camp "Miss Vivian Free Mra.i Air Line Stewardess low-acid vegetable any other
i Summerlin. C N. Walker, Mlu at Ala . ." : the Sodako Club last FrId. way If you want further Information
= Miss Nina Dyal, younger daughter
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i Nellie McLean and Alvin Camp- Ift of Victor J. her home. The hostess served I f write- Good Housekeeping
r of Mr. and Mn. E. J. Dyal,
: i b ll." (July S lout). Tatham M president the Red-i lemon pie: wafers and lemonade. has accepted employment I. Magazine, 858 Eighth 3
, ". "Chart* Franklin Harper arrived lands Country Club . was accepted The following members were I stewardess on the National Air Avenue, New York 18, N. Y.
1
; the home of Mr and at the of Miss Smith
J at meeting :* director i present: Edna Miss Lin and la stationed in Jackson ---- ----- -
; Mra. C. T. Harper on Friday of the club . C Fuchs Ruby Flnney Miss Esther LJvingston ville.
)r ti morning The young Mat was elected to fill the vacancy. Mill Lois Moser. Miss I .
( weighed' eight pounds and both Lre'! Lehman was elected as secretary Loretta Horn, Mill Wins Drew, Mis* pyal was graduated to All CONDITIONED
I 1 from Stetson University. '
' mother and baby are welL" (July ; and treasurer of the Misses' Mary and ROM Tower May
J Issue). Ing committee. ." bUlld-1 and Mrs. Tom Craves Jr." ROLLER SKATEIN
r
, i Not until their return to Min Livto Barnes "Mr. and Mr*. P. F. Roy left t WACs from Local Base COMFORT
.. i Homestead Tuesday did the story the Music Club Tuesday eveningat Wednesday night for Lebaaon, i Serving Now in EnglandFour
.: i become known of the romantic her bom*. ." Ky. ." liac.1:1' to 11-M P. M
) marriage of Miss Lorraine Plum- "A family reunion picnic was I "J.' E. Vann who has been visiting WAC formerly stationed AdntelM ISo. piss tax
, mer daughter of Mr. and Mra. held at Lummis Park at Miami In Homestead with his ions, at Homestead Field are servingnow
. J. T. Plummer of Covlngton Ky Beach on Sunday Swimming J. T. and J. C. Vann, returned I in various capacities in England Venetian :
: and David Barnes, eldest son of and game were enjoyed; and dinner Sunday to his horn at Vero with the European wing of
; Mrs. J. H. Barnes of Homestead and aupper .ten they*. Those nf.. H* was accompanied I the air transport command. Skating Rink i
. The young couple drove to Fort ta the party were: Mr.*tod Mrs. Mr*. J. T. Vann and her : They an: S-Sgt Ruby Halladyof
0'. Lauderdale on Mar. 29, 1024, and I. T. Nixon and children. Hah. Alto. Kathryn and Ellen, who b7// Chicago clerk in operations; nit IW STtk AT*.. Miami j
were quietly married by Judge Ethel, Clyde and Hazel Mr. and spend a few week In Vero. CpL Flavia Singleton of Los An
, ShiPPe after which they returnedto .. I
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: Homestead and went to their ...
. \ rspectlve homes, with no one of
: ti their family or friends the wiser.
, Later tile bride went with her
i aunt with whom she had been

: ; visiting here, to Kentucky and ,-
) spent a short time there with her I
: I parents. In the meantime Mr.
l Bane had gone to, Pavo Ga.. to '
! work, and he was soon Joined Real Estate Bargains
r there by his bride from which
..f point they returned here this
i week. During an extended visit *

: here last winter ,with her aunt, \
.
0,4 Mrs B. ,. Eckman, Miss Plum-
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eta made a Urge circle of admiring ; 5 /

, .. friend During the Red-
House at furnished.
$5500 partly
j' ; land District Fruit Festival she ,
I was awarded the loving cup as "
; the most popular young lady and
t was designated 'Mis Redlinds1." ..,;.\ ": '. .J .: J):

i "Mn. I* L. Bow entertained at House at furnished ;
$6500 fully V ; ,
\ i recital at her home In Tfclaha '*- J : ,
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k3K"4 *
Grove Monday, ," i
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I' "The Junior Ipworth League '1Ic. . "d "
toy of the South Methodist!

, one Church over won the B.by a Y.score P.1..of Junior 12 to Lot 25 ft. wide, fronting on both.Krome" and Flagler, $3 OO :cash.
'
i
t boys , TIle League line-up ,. :; : '

; was: Robert Glenn, Billy Brad- '" : ._ . I
bay, Cliff Wade Saunders St. Elmo ri

Manley Young, Edward, Elmo Brooker Refers, Geo.andEarl House at $3500 cash. .* ,*!s : '10' ,,'' .;,:.":' "" .... ,
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c le Matthew The B. Y. P. U. ,l" ; <
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fine-up included: Alton Booth, ,
Albert Sykes, Jimmy Brothers, : .
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HoDls Barrow, Better Horn, - : "'rf'.vI, : [, / ', ',''-' I' '
One cash.
at $3750 :
Walter Radio Ansel Barrow, Julian -/V

Parrish and Milton McGar / < ::. < :
nh." : : ',: "

". Harry D. Wolfe, BenFountain '* tit "* -

.. and B. A. Tlbbet* went One at $4066; $1256 cash balance 36 equal payments; 5 pcti' krterest .

to Miami Wednesday of tart week ., ", .. .
and were Installed u noble grand .
vice-grand and secretary reapeo- '.. .' .: ..
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lively tI the local Odd Fellow ,.":, 4

Lodge."Mr. and, ."Mr*. Green Rive will 16 acres of raw land on good road, $2666 cash. , i '. '., .; \- -- .-

leave Friday to spend a few
week In Orlando.* .

MayWll Hue fa planning '

vacation to leave Saturday la the for mountains a two-week of 1 Several -acre tracts of glade, land at .$125 and $156 parr :Hr! ;.." ;

I
North Caft>lJna."

"A. 3. Draw accompanied by- ""

Claude Campbell, Russell Home
ti and Luther Strickland left Monday
3. to attend the Baptist assembly '
at De Land."

"Mr. and Mrs. A. It Pratt and BenjaminWarrenMorris

i daughter Miss Josephine, left
a, ,Monday for Alamos. Col., for tthreesnotith
4 vacation.*

': ran"Mn.Beau/Henry Ann DuBoiM and and Nell chfld-ofJupiter' 216 SOUTH-KROME AVENUE" 1'n- ; :' : : ('1. P.O.. ,BOX:.466

spent **x days here with
Mr*. DuBoix'a parent.. Dr. and
Mrs. A. V Tower . ."
j "...* Jrn Comm and son Tom- ; .

cty. left Saturday for Washington.I m: 1
'.-{ They win later (* to potato In .
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