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 21, 1944
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00656
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
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i The announcement this week BY EXECUTIVE
.*' Flame-Thrower Forerunner Evolved
by; OPA of a $I. )lug.price cell

Inf on Ioma"WN repeivai I Here Canker War, Says Oldtimer

with dismay by local growers, "Starve the rats, then slaughter\
HOSPITAL WING "I
who contend that they cannot I ....A forerunner of the present day trees by a force of \Inspector and 'em."
continue to operate under such: a I flame-thrower long pipe attached the Immediate burning of these This will be the campaign (lagan ,
celling to. a spray nozzle for the trees resulted inthe complete SEEN READY FOR of an executive committee

,4 ''With> this'ir:*'* 'day 1 b i'.JI,, throwing of a*kerosene. 'flame.Vi' .- eradication ftthe/c.nker, which formed Wednesday night. It. k>
costs at least $150 to produce an, ; developed' by the late Dr not only"destroyed the commercial USE BY SEPT. 15 meeting of civic leaden called by
of which Hiram Bird of Redland to destroy value of the fruit but also killed i
acre tomatoes on an average -
Infected fruit trees In the eventually the tree It attacked Frank W SWlnan.in Ute Chamber -
yield la 150 crates, and
complete packing charge total citrus canker days, ,reminisces The canker war, at first organized The SO by It foot new wing of I of Commerce headquarters
approximately seventy cents a Arthur M. Henry, Atlanta chemist and financed by Dade the James Archer Smith Hospital make Initial plans for exterminating
crate," estimates Carl Deden, and former resident who :3s County grove men, fad to the establishment should be ready for occupancy rats la the Redland District
prominent grower "Our only here to look after his grove at of tile state plant between Sept. It an4 Oct 1. Mr*. Dele of the one-da/ drive and
chance to continue farming Silver Palm dr. and Tennessee rd board which effectively coped Eleanor Robertson, superintendent further detail are expected to be
that the government may isMr.. Henry worked here in 1914-'I' with .th* Mediterranean fruit flyand laid yesterday. The $29,AOO concrete -. decided at a meeting of the w |

to reconsider this ruinous regulation 15 with Wm. J. Krone, Frank P I ; other,grove I.menaces, Mr block annex now well underway acullv committee to be held In -.
before next season" Rue and other local men la the: Henry-says. will provide eight addition- the Homestead city hall at I p. m.
ruccessful effort; to eradicate the! I &I. beds and a larger dining room Wednesday, July M ".*
kitchen and nursery. A distriet.wlde.clean-up drive 1
canker which had been' brought
: :SALES Into the lUte In' infected stock BALLARD LEWIS' I From 150 to 200 persons were to eliminate all food source for 'j
LAGGINGONSMALLBONDS Imported from Japan by a Miami Ii expected to attend the outdoor rat will be instituted from three ',.
nursery Dr. Bird* flamethrower chicken pilau upper which was I to five days before simultaneous "
,'by which a diseased tree couldbe MISSING FLIER.REPORTED scheduled'to be held JaR night at placing of bait! throughout the ,
totally consumed within five the home of Dr and tin J. A. area.
minutes, proved the most effective Smith to benefit the building J Tentative plan call for the
BANK REPORTS means e>combating, the canker DEAD fund. Tickets were told at $3.to 1 placement of 100 pound of red
each squill mixed with 1,000 pound of "
t>t ,' which appeared to thrive on I
: Lagging sales 'of matt bonds, pray and fungicides, Mr. Henry M-Sgt Ballard Lewis, USAAF Before construction was begun, hamburger, which can be purchased -

Series E:, F, and G, were reported said The spotting of Infected. turret gunner on a bomber, was the fund amounted to 18787, from Miami slaughterhouses
yesterday by the First National I killed In action Apr. 4 while In ((7,438.48 of which was realized This mixture for eight should cent a pound.about
provide
Bank of Homestead."We from hospital' operation, $1019(1
BIRD. CHANDLERDIRECTORSHIPS combat flight 'over Romania, Sgt forty thousand bait, estimate Mr.
from the benefit
fish fry of Apr.
have the bonds here and
Lewis' brother, Willard Lewis of 24, and $332.21 from the SUUman, and should only 20000
for we are eager to-but write then up. NAMED Key West and his .sister Mr*. J. of May Z.I tag day baits prove fatal to one rat each,
purchasers TOCIIEST
people are the drive will result in an economic -
r Just not buying" say T. E. Kirt7 E Amen of Naranja' were advised saving of $40,000 *( each

I last week by the govern I Lions Hear Club Members (Continued on Page Eight)
,. I':Although the Fifth War Loan 1 ment. Sgt Lewis l had been reported ' Pinch Hit
Speakers
as r
I .1 campaign proper cam to a close
. enlssing.Jp action. 1 Reoort of Saler Death '
July; 8, the dMn"bu' Commission '
been'ex* > Courtry Chairman Belo .moving to Naranj In the absence of a guest apeaker .
il tended throughout July for the Preston B. Bird of Homestead, 'where he mad his home with his I at the meeting Tuesday of the'. Still Unconfirmed Here

I small bonds on which the national i and Roy Chandler of Florida City, sister. Sgt Lewis had attended : Redland Pstrict Lion Club ten No confirmation had been ob- 1
I quota is Jar behind II district manager of the Florida school in Perry, Fla He was I; club member gave brief vocational *1.tained at press time of the rumored -
I graduated In 1942:from Redland and autobiographical talki death of D. C. Saler of
Power and
Seek Permit for Plane Light Co., have been
1 High School and Immediately Comparative newcomer to the Homestead who was wounded recentiy i
I Repair Shop at AirportA elected to the board of directors went into service and had been area who poke were: Harry in the Italian campaign '
I for the 1945 War Chest drive .oversea line January of this Songdahl, civilian instructor In Thorp Taylor, close friend of
permit to erect a 80 by 40.( which 1 Ia scheduled for January year navigation for the army transport Salers, counted the rumor of ,
foot building at the site of the command, William Houses I'
who friend .
I The action was taken at the his death ss Taylor
city airport to serve as a plane Survivor I I came M a young man from Germany ceived a letter written by Salem .
of Yorktown
first official Chest
(repair shop and tonga room for board meeting, toNew I
| York and then to from the field hospital on July 1,
airplane dusting was requested by,held Tuesday night In the Urmey Sinking Talks to Club ;Miami and Homestead and Ben the date the new of the soldier's I,
W. D. Hall. who appeared,Hotel In MIami. Representing a Roberts who gave highlights,of death is supposed to have been ;
Monday night before the city cross-section of civic, social commercial The' Rev s. 1:. Llntey who 'his experiences as a mailman in received her Chief O H.
Sullivan
council. Frank B. serves as i clarinetist in the
Rue Henry seventh -
Massachusetts The other
speak I Ien of the Homestead j
Brooker Jr., and T. E. Kirby were and religious activities In naval district band at Miami .
were Lawrence
: Pope W. O
partment says there is no founds. ",
appointed committee to investigate the county, the, 10 director. win and, on Sunday of
a aa pastor the Talbott Cha. Pratt, E: A. Calla.j tion for the rumor that a wire
and advise the council if' a be assigned specific duties on Stone Church at ..Goul .. told the her, Roy Darby J:. B. Isles lad! was received by that department '1
. i\ (Continued on Page Four) '(committees 'j Homestead Rotary Club ,Wednesday
;\ ... T. E.: StadJ,. telling of the death 'of SalehS.a .
how'lt feels to be aboard an ;

, Richardson' Former ,Stilwell Aide,. I are airplane.ripped carrier out by when torpedoes its insides.fromJ'p Lynch Leaves Experiment Station '

f New Commander at Homestead Field plane 'I
Musician Llnzey, a survivor of To Head Groves Care for CooperativeS "td:

the crew of the carrier Yorktown, .....
,.,tt Cot Wayne I[. Richardson, dia-Cbina wing last August tie sunk at Midway. July 4, U42, recounted . J Lynch, horticulturist at background cf Horticulturalstudy
1 }1,. veteran of two years of overSaw was ordered back Jo the State Inl also her victorious exploits the Subtropical Experiment Sta- and research work, Mr Plowsty I
. | service, Monday assumed March of this jest and served In the battle of the Coral tion sine 137. will on Aug 1 say.
ciot_&of Homestead Army Air two 49ontt'a* deputy base com- Sea before the Nips put. her. out associate himself with the Florid Mr Lynch, who came to Florid -i
minder, at 311th. Si 'Airport be- 'of commission, Lime and Avocado Grower Association at the age of tn and spent
I f 'Held, a* successor to Cot Brint- for*'coming to Homestead .' Next Wednesday, the Rev A, A. as head of a new department much of his childhood on a grove
..nall H. Merchant who has been graduate of Ripoa College to Coastline,former pastor of the of grove and production majored in horticulture at the ,
tents park received a reserve commission in :10 member of ,his Bartow troopof aMOclatlonr manager gradual work in that field at r
'",6,4', Lt CoL Richardson formerly the infantry in 1834 Enlisting' Boy Scout will .be guests at For member of tilt association, the Ohio State University At :'
-,,. at Milwaukee,served a year and thalf In the regular army, he served In tM club's luncheon-meeting and Mr. Lynch will offer supervisionof the Subtropical Experiment Station ..
as assistant air officer to Lt the cavalry for one year and as have charge of the program Mr. groves from planting to full for seven yean he has been ,.
R W Joseph StilweO with head- ROT.C. instructor for two ) .1j Koestline and his scouts will bearing1 The new head of grove A-charge of research on the culture .

tf' .Men in _qJ".JSAt4K3'a I.n.... t rat ,. ? ,., 'ftrLJ AjljR "en..f.orIL.. Yera1..da. .,.In. and production", management; Upeeifliarly Of ,troflri.' .and subtropical,IJ
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JNL$ .. ... .. .. S-Sr4 R. C. ..Williamsh Medals,Maud .R. Chandler :Among Artists'N=r


If'. '" OUR MEN IN SERVICE S-Sgt: Awarded Robert C. Williams Air tans,Showing In 'Terry. "Galleries, TVI i alnj!.

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of Mr*. Eva Ogletree 01.Miami,, Mn. Maud TL- Chandler of large painting of poinseflfasto|ht;|'
: -t' of( . .- emuFormer -_ and grandson Mr*. T. C. Sel-:Gouldi U one of the t\ Independent recent Miami war bond plctunR
i fert. Homestead, has been awarded auction, and it war awarded*ui
Homestead Boy I, COMPUTES NAVAL COV'KSE; the air medal for service overseas ! artist of the Miami area who the purchaser of a $1,000 bomLW

; Home from Foreign Duty Carl Lena Springfela, Jr., S 1-c a* a ball turret gunner on a ''are exhibiting: paintings In thl

: ) USN, has completed a coure of B-24 group. . ,'Terry art galleries in Miami this Strickland Will i Speal
Pvt. Chas. Welhciington, Jr training in aviation ordnance- week and nut She U represented -
f former Homestead resident U man' school at the naval air TOMMY LIKES NAVY"I I by 12 pictures, au.marked for To Nazarepe on Sandra
) new on furlough at his horn In sale The galleries, it 2100 West
Mem-
technical training center In The Rev. Chat a Strickland aft
Miami from Flnney General He>>- like the navy fine, and I am: from 10
it
phi*. i>Flatler are open Lakeland youngest district Js J(
pital in Thomasville, Gan where proud to bee part of such a great
to 10 'Ift. daily through
Born In West Palm Beach 16 | a. m. p. perintendent 11the Naurnrmovement *
team," write Tom Harris, Jr. In(
he ha been recuperating from six 'Saturda .
I yean ago, Carl came to this area will be guest speaks[
recent letter to the Leader from
machine gun bullet wound received a Mrs. Chandler contributed a
with hit family and made his Homestead
1 In his left shoulder duringthe home at Klngman Crossroad ..nd5lh'er Isle training base in Camp Peary,1 I Church*t the Sunday evening Natamc

: battle for Cassino. Palm dr. He completed Va.The I LYNCH The public U Invited to
of hometown paper mean 01 I
Pvt. Wetherington, veteran
11 Mi of elementary and high Strickland the
yean Mr. says pastor
lot to the boy in service. Keep:i
11 month In Africa and Italy
school at Redland where he was (Continued From Page One) the Rev. W. E. Melton. '
with an armored division, has received -, the home presses rolling
a Future Farmer played in the ,
fruits; -with' especial emphasis on
I the Purple Heart and two .
school band two years and.played } lime and -avocados. THE WEATHER
: battle sUrs. He will return to the Both Robert Kuhn, son of Mn.
I basketball "I fed that the growing lime ., ..........
: hospital for,another operation. Carl enlisted in Miami Jan. .. L. P. Kertdrlck, and Paul Robin and 'avocado industry has need of oerMd wuwr%r..-' at le ., ./
\ A brother CpL: Brewer Wether-:,1943, and look boot training at son, Jr. were accepted'for service -
such a which will result
Boar-hob
I ington, stationed now In Santa: Jacksonville. A brother Robert with the armed force after program Data Ilu. 1'11.
rin larger and better quality fruit
t Barbara CaL. returned In April Lee Woodall, has been In the physical examination last weekat "
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an' yield Mr. Lynch, says, "and I July IS 1 71 30.05
after It months' service as Camp Blanding, and are awaiting
Pacific for and a' haltyears. -
South two
M i.
mechanic in the Pacific feet Ja privilege to be among July M 112 30.02 .or$
airplane call to for .
report training.David'
:' where he also was wounded Inaction the first to put this program into July IS. 83 10 2U3 i
t I effect In the districts 113 8S 29.BS
16.
and.was member of a! I I July "it.
Oak Leaf Cluster Added Barnes Hubert Smith Mr. Lynch, at present 'on hit July 17. _. '2' 60 28.8S
which received presidentlaljunjl -
I crew Medal' R. B. Reeves and Ralph Delllnger vacation, will begin hit new work July 18. . 9* 88 30.00 1.09.
citation The keeping .To Arnold's Ail I
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were among those leaving Monday .
Au _
11 ion L July Jt 83 C9 79.96 J6)
in If. *
planes the air. t T.'j ** < r for Camp Standing for induction -
.- f with U. S. South Ppciific Army I,
into the force
armed
Sgt. Thomas Attends"Church" ".f Iforeea Uettlenanf Generkt-MiU . ;
r lard F. Harmon, commanding U. "
Fully Armed I S. Army Forces In the SouthPa- I 1 Seaman Robert P. Marsh who
cific, announced the a"'ard of the baa been in training at Camp
Sgt. Ted Thomas, younger ton I Oak Leaf Cluster in lieu of an I I|hal'), Va, has been spending a Concrete Rock !
of Mr*. Mollie Thomas, I J. servingIn I I additional Air Medal on June 27 ',leave here with his family. '

France with the army field I: to First LL Edwin D. Anlold.I .I I Ii
Invasion force I
artillery of the
Homestead, as navigator from
I i Lynne Irwin Preaches a
In a recent letter he told of going Feb. 9 to April 24, 1844. .
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to "church" in an apple orchard A bronze Oak-Leaf Clutter I II For S. Miami Baptists' $1.30 per yd.
: while fully armed. Sgt.I awarded for meritorious achieve- I .i J
Thomas received hit training ment while participating In sustained Lynne Irwin: who has been .
Tort Sill, and was stationed In studying for the ministry at Bob
combat operational missions

Ireland prior to going to invasion England of a hazardous nature during -- Jones preached College Sunday In Cleveland evening,at Tenn the.: Pea Rock ........._......:..........._.t.lJWyd.. +
the
for embarkation for ;
which Is I
. enemy opposition South Miami Baptist Church, of :

Pfc. John Moffett, army radio met inverted, or during where which enemy an antiaircraft area I*..I which the Rev. ):rpnk'Morgan .is. I'Chat ..:_.. .. .. .. ... .- ., !....... .... 1.50 yd.1113ison .

operator On a vessel operating.in: fire I;* effective, .where, pastor Mr. Irwin 'Ol ll.8t1OD .of Mr.i. .. ; ; :: : : .: : ; .. -;

the Caribbean at the' Jiome of enemy fighter patrols are habitually -.(end Mrs- Frank N. irwin -of.' . Ssltd .. ......._.. ............... l. d.yc .. f
hi* another Mr*. C. 'H. Lawrence,1 encountered. The missions, Homestead will continue' his: : : 1
oat lib first three-week furlough for which the award wa given;
I ?" within thepat two and one-naif were with. the 13th. A .?. I' studies In Cleveland. the-fait ,I ;. Rode.. creeninfs; ..,'...,...,.:,.....5..--1.00yd..
t ,..... A brother.'Sgt. Billy Moffett. -I ". .1.1AvlaUon .; .' : I. .,

who baa served In England .Cadet Bdrldxe Me- ,FirPi'u.. .. .. : c I i Na.LRoad Rock --4: c...'-..:. ';:.Ss yd."Tice !
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and Africa, I* on duty now U
Mullian, eldest ion of Mr. and . .' .... : i
l teletype operator In Italy. Mn. A. E. McMulllan of Homestead .
.' .. 1 recentlyspent a 15-day CAB SERVICE . ', Rock: that,Wnds: *

i Pfc. Paultoo James. tVhltehead, furlough here at the home( of his I I ... : : :. : I I.NAIt
i USMCIt.one.of.tbeI'f"'JlWm- parent Cadet McMuU'an, who j .at ... .....* ntre; .
j hers of.the famed First Marine I Its i training u.a bombardier, cam yi : :
i division who- have returned to Maxwell Field i NJACK
here from .
Day Phone'.r; ,;. 9IOR( ; CO.NAKAXJA
San Diego.on .th lr tnt S -dajr ; : i
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furlo ch' after ,2" months in'the I Sgt. Roy :Nelson son of Mrs.1 Night Phonc.MJ., '233'
: Pacific, announce Marine Corp Martha Nelson of Newton rd* I Ia II;
runl FLA PHONE 171
In San Di-
southern headquarters
being transferred from Homestead '
I HOMESTEAD ,
CAB SEE VIC*
ti These fighting men left the
efo. Field and will report early
\ States early In 1941 and participated -' la August to his new station In I F. O. FhuaMcr..rr... f i
In the Guadalcanal landing California.
In of 1B4J- and the New ._ = '
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CpL Ansel Barrow, who Is '
nerving 'with:army 'tUP1>11 headquarters -

:hbeen transferred RED LAND BRAND FERTILIZERS
w tre.from Africa, 'to the. Italian thea .

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Pita and Mrs. Edward Tomer -

Savannah *I !I 0 o. ;

parent Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Tom- d
erlln. Pvt Tomerlla returned i! I I ,
Saturday to his station, but Mr*. I! :
Consult about fertilizer
. us requirements
Tomcrl'D i* remaining here for 01'I your
longer visit i

for the coming year. ... i
U. Canon Malcolm i*
transferred to the field I'

at Camp Robinson. Ark. boln'l' Due to. government regulation and shortages .- 1
coast artillery with which .
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1 been Malcolm serving, the at former Norfolk.Min Va. Virginia *.I I of several materials will not be able ,_ . ,'.': . ;

FrIck, arrive Friday from

Norfolk to visit with her parent. make ALL of. mixtures. But will '. .
Mr.tand, Mrs. Ceo. U..Frlck. our regular we *
t e '*
Although both are serving in "" near ) what( .1 i
the Pacltlc theatre of war, S"Sgt -, . 'do our best to supply as as possible

James C Vann, 'Jr. and a! '

brother, Paul Vann, electrician'si 'IOU will need.Florida' .
mate 3-e. US Seabee, .
at widely separated station r ) "
Jame who ha been ovened'for(
SJ months, U stationed new toNe
Guinea and Paul I* In the
Akvtlana., A third .brother. Billy Ea't'sCoast Fertilizer Co.

1* serving with the NI\71n Norfolk :

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'. . T one I11: #. -. prank IL;Rsee Manager; ..Homestead.. Fta.
S.t. Carl era..7t of 1 the army l .

'engineer la now In,France with]' . . . . : , ;...\ . .
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July: 21.194; ,,: ., -.', . HOMESTEAD,LEADER'AKD ENTERPmSK: J" Pa( 'Thtrett... .J

IpebalAg the'Joanne-fl the KIn: Mr*. Fannl. Srluler and her Ensign fouler I..'A' 'JIM[ or. Mr*.' .. ,. 'j

.1. net home Mn Leonard Greerof daughter, Barbara Ann, are ..1i Shuler, and Mn. Toy 1* her
In and Jlround Princeton and baby daughter'i petted home early la August after daughter '
CaroL Elaine also spent 'Sundayat visiting Ensign and Unv. Everett \I
, the Orfanedes home. IShuler of Fort Pierce, and Mr, Mr. and Mr*. C. B. Lowry Jr.
I i and"Mr,. R. L. Toy of Orlando. (Continued on Pt;(. Ten)
Homestead Mn Lyman William and amDenny \*
'! and Wayne, are spending
the summer with relative In Met. * BONDS OVER AMWCAIndiana's *
ter and Savannah, G*. Mr Wil-
llatMl I* serving with the Seabees
>> David R. Sullivan was returned .| Mrs Harold Folsom and daugh.I .: and at present I* stationed in the
,,0:1: to his home Monday from f I ten. Patricia and J Arlene who Aiore Well
1'1' James Archer Smith Hospital| have been visiting Mn Fulsome! House .
i: where bit left foot was amputated -I mother, Mrs Swia Atkins, left Mr. and Mn Ceo. H. Fitzpatrick .
?! a* S result of diabetes. I loll week for Boston to Join Copt i and daughter, Barbara rift aaaUmvtrsltr thousand alumni IndU 4
I
I Folsom. J JMr L.ynK i> v, returned from a' earrr la their mtmo-
MIA 'Be tlu'L- :Pett "returned 1 month xlsitlth.. .relative .la 4 ;. rive arches the vision at stone the ''
r Friday :from' New, York":.CttJwfcere and, >1a> Alvin Campbell Louisville., Kjt, ; 'areta o I she vfifred Rer" 'p, UCmdr' t'ai 4"daughter. Donna Rae, left and recall the trees I ,
: ; LtRoy S.,Walker.: USN terry $unday:for' ,HeiMjMaonvlll*; : .Ronald* Beyl*.. .ha*: gone toWathiagton : awe pu wall within aqua the*.:Cato .

Blot, whoht'khe had nor iedn ... .. .to. worjc in. a:defense
for ,four"y srs>-';Xrik. p.:vJ*!bed) \tfojil! Steffanl, represent' the plant .While there" he wilt moo, '. .4
'. also in--'e;" "..":thT+rAflRdli: Itojnt tttad. .Chapter of Fatale .his IwnrW .with.4.JbrMhefinlaw.and .
ocr : 'sltt<<. Mr .n tr Mrs. (Roberttlttr
WnttigigtOd. (aiis'.ie4 learn Sl the f two.week date <
. .
e I home: . .e: :. ..F. i;; "'_):Z..:..Ir v fta o 9 Wkistt'' begins. .Ju1b, M' y :\;=.',*;:; H :"J:.; 1
la Lakeland. ,, C.I. .
"Mt ; Frank Skill her daughter , ., Mrs. 3, Wilson of Fort Myen In, fte-htarta, at Hat..
Mr'andTfrs. and Infant son,James, Jr. visited, leaders .attreaaur I
t ; 'Mr*. Itobert! Centner:, 'and ; yivan Booth add sums na >
l Frank Skill,,Jr4 'are ,vacationing\ son,.:J$mv.$a.,e.returnedfrom a for several day last 'leek with .' :r.-u ufcu naafis i
4 at Miami Beach; Mr*. Skill served lIlt-to relative pt point In West ..Mra.WIlIIon'* parents,' Mr. and *. the remaining.
J: lost:week 'as' nature 'counselor at; Virjlnia. Mn. J', B Bevia.. I : : *up* rtin
41 ,f tHe' Bade County 'Girl Scout Jtoj :: tea: :.. ,: I l cli"the.Attacld! crack ti area "at"..leoeBuy.MorThan

1 .camps w\lcb'l. kriog-told\ at.Fern. ; .bars andvMr M. "1'. Klnnert>>f Mr, arid Mrs.' Ernest" Francis Before Court": fcuilt la t..,
(have returned" from k twoweekvacation elchta eentury.
Park In ;
; Miami. Miami and daughters. Miss Vlrglnla -
'I' 'i! In Asheville, N C.
--- and Joan: Mia Janet Young I
: 'Mr. and Mr*. Carl Gamer. of of Dunnellon, Fla. and Glenn t
s Melbourne have been visiting MrGamer's Auatln,.jjetty officer 1-e, USCO.i "Mrs. Quincy M/en hoi. arrived I i' BROOKER LUMBER COMPANY
1 were guest Sunday at the home from West Palm Beach to visit
mother, Mrs. H. Schlegel I
,i ---- I of Mr. and Mr*. T. Orfanede her liter, Mr. Qulnnle Sherard. I, Brooker Jr President
:.. Henry ,
I 'Mn Edward Carter of E.: Palat- The Kilmers are former residentsof I -
ka and sons. Eddie and Bobby, arc; Homestead, and Mis Young, I Mr. and Mn. H. S. Springer I I
house guests of Mn Carter father Miss Kinner'i classmate at Flora are spending several week In HOMESTEAD fLA. rHONE Ct
I'' and step-mother, Mr. and ida State College for Women, .1* Coral Gable

Mrs B. C. Murphy. I I

,I Miss Anne Bellows of Miami U I t

I pending several week here a* a j
i house guest of her brother-In. I
law and sister* Mr and Mrs. Green .
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,i.' Rive*. I.I = = --:; -': . ..; ::= : - !

R. M. Benitez and his daughter, --- "
Mr*. Aubrey Moore, have gone to -
II'. Birmingharik tb>mak* their home .. :- : .
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frith relatives, f .. , .. - =

i Miss Mary Engel will. return to- aePr
f' ,, flay' from Tallahassee where she
has been' attending'six week of
1 lummer'school at th*' Florida ..-
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C. M. Redd lie visiting relatives J
i lit Aiken, S U.Mr .

. if': . and Mw.. R. Bird .returned -
\ Tuesday from Jacksonville .
: r where they visited Mrs:
I Bird* brother-in-law and sister,
. Mr and Mr*. L. D. Jones. While
!. t there, Mn. Bird* nephew, Capt.
1 i' L, D.,'Jones, Jr of Fort) Sill, '
I' Okla. was home on furlough !

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Mr. and Mr.a, Earl .>?)"I'd and
. children, Frances peggy and Billy -
,
" have returned te their home Lines
here after ,.n: extended itay. In 'Suffly P.tj
\ ) North Florida and Georgia.

.. UseOnIV 0.c,
, Mn Brlntnall R Merchant ha i
ForEssential
1 returned to her former home inj I
.; f Washington, D C, following the
i assignment to oversea duty of
' I Cot! Merchant, former commandIng f6i
officer ' Homestead Army''
Air Field

MI"lIetty West pf Jacksonville
. will arrive tomorrow to visit at I
t the home"of her' uncle' and aunt. A crucial la In has
period wilt arrived. commodate you. conditions on other railroad:
Mr\ ; and Mn; S. L.; West Mrs.L. .
L Newell and ,daughter, Karen Great army air and ....alllDila are pressing the ever which you'would travel. may prove moil

and Mrs. R O. Murrah, all of attack on many front Supply line are essential congested them anticipated.

Miami, will accompany Mia West to military tucceu.Tha .i Aa 'increasing number 01 wounded and
,. here Mrs..NweU and Mn Mur-
rah are daughters of Mr. and Florida East Coast Railway and ether disabled service men must be accommodated oa

, Mn:,West railroads: .are vital supply line. linking pteduc- regular troini. Passenger cars may have la betaken

don canton and military posts with port and out_ef regular service and your reservations to ;
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I 'AlbertHiimin. Jr., ndeorge waiting ahip. They carry rinlorcements.Wnsumities& cancelled to meet such emergencies.Se .
Dickinson arrived Tuesday
Bight
from Ozark Ala, where Albert equipment and food that muct fca d.. this 1IIIIIII4II'ad we hope U will be l

has .been making hit home since livered whoa and where needed often on short the last requiring such a sacrifice: -.help keep
March with an uncle and aunt, otic.. Laos
supply open by avoiding unnecessary e
Mr.'and Mn.; Stewart B. Carter. of
,George, ,aon 'of- Mr. and Mrs. S. Noa-eaaential travel at this time tende: to travel. Let the beys in the service aad people
,JU. Dickinson; of Homestead, had ..' burden and da theM vital supply lines Even. en' really essential trips nave the limited pace
been'vli# g:at; the' Carter home though your local railroad may be able to ac. available on trams." -
' for the past Ii weeks. Albert ,
wU visit herewith illative and
,friends before returning to Oiark. .
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y' Shirley! Shaw, both of Baltimore "
;z.home guest of the Rev.and l. . Florida Industry and Institution
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anthracnoie' sprays -If-the tine!;which airy,* at a medium for .1
Diseases Pests and Control
HOMESTEAD LEADERAND Mango j alt la added to one of the fixed, growth of the sooty mold fuojd i ,

: coppers, it U advisable to add the] Frequently, the tree becqm
\ ENTERPRISKr Described by Dr. Ruehle at ForumContinued lime to prevent,! line burn. Correction blackened M a Mutt of the ')e'

la Mil I I of ilnc"3eflclency it generally I cumulatidn of growth of sooty

manifested in the flush of mold and Ita U
Bed Kit : presence a sue,
Last Week'iUsage -
from
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fell....... rrw.n .t JI "." 'growth following the application sign that Kale Insects are present
to em am* DUo f....111.. c-_. Bank Red rust caused by the alga 1 1of a single cine .prl)'. If the correction 'I and Causing damage.

Mango mb cued by the fungus Cephaleurot virMcen i* a minor 1* not complete a second| The control of scale Insect la

acct AiCLLLr.af..at Cltlno manglfera WM discovered disease of the mango. The alga ,spraying with zinc I* indicated. I II to spray with oil emulsions Thor.. ,
'. ... LUlriAaalaii : In Florida about two live on the leave ai an epiphyte i I I ough coverage -it necessary and J
Tlpbani
LUCK Aaanu years ago, and at approximately where It* presence Causes little or j the spray should be applied at i
} raa.rtus Ulwt no damage. It however attack Tlpburo it the term given to
the same time was reported from may, high pressures in order to obtain t ta '
t the branches bark,,| the dying back of the tip and '
linT mULL DICKINSON Brazil, Puerto Rico, Cuba, and causing good kilL Perhaps the best
I New NA ...slotsuaacatrrwtt lesions Inch in diameter adjacent edge toward the center
one or more
the Canal Zone. It U probablethat time to apply the oil emulsion 1* a
, t Dill disease has been present where It become partially I of the leaf, forming an irregular Just after the harvest I* rom '".
ATM I paratltlc. Its pretense I*; area of deed, brown, dry tissue ed. Emulsions
containing J.'
f U tMt Cmtri wte.w.tssl l la Florida (or a number of years ta
readily recognized by the presence[which! may sometime Involve as 175 actual ell '
to 111tr1" that percent are usually
<*+.*. ,, n.l. &J.Mi: prior I
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at t;, of the rutty-red fruttiflcatlon of much a* one-half the leaf are. necessary for a good clean-up
e M, tui i rt. ...*. torn of 'minifestatloni have I of
,. \) beta eonfuiad with antbracnoM.Th the alga on the surface ct the Infected .I! The cause of-tipburn has not these petti. Oil should not b*.' '
.
. 1 sense w wend iw ace f.ah.Is attack. areas Usually one copper,| been definitely established but b applied when the temperature-
, t !:::., lets ee..aa., ewe cost as drift... .w, *> fungu tissues' causing young infections expending spray applied during the dry( thought to be Induced by moisture >> reach above SO degree F. '*' ;

: ..... .. IT> spring month will control the I I deficiency, which may result OUienliueeU '
1 I on leave blossom panicles, twigs trouble. \ 1 ,,
; from droutb high alt concentration .
and frulta. Scab symptom on : Mango blossom are Sometime. ,
i OHM of the susceptible parts maybe Zlne Pefkslever or soil solutions, drying Injured by the blossom anomalaI, I
Autographs wind, defective of
Mango trees suffering from line functioning '
readily confuted with anthrae"jose. ; a small dark-colored beetle which
.On leaves the spots are deficiency produce mall, re.I the root system, or general systemic -: feed at night The best meant of '' j
sr Annie Marhew Fitzpatrick weakness of the ;
: curved, thickened and stiff leave plant
smaller than anthracnoie Infectioni. control it by spraying with an*.
The tree have written their autographs which or aot exhibit i I Control measure to be applied' '
The surface of the lesions may may nat of lead. The poison may be .
against the moonlit ak,. on young leaf tissue la oll\% drabto more or let pronounced chloro. will depend upon finding the added at the rate otl.Slbe.taS* \
And you may read their character brown and covered with a delicate . .. When long-it.nding end *e. casual factor Inducing the molt- gallon of the copper fungicide: la*

from those Inscriptionshigh. velvety down. Severe attack vere, dying back of the twigs may lure deficiency If thl can be done. I the first or second bloom appllca-<

cause crinkling and dlator- occur and abnormalities of the' Scale Insect tlon.or a* coon .as possible aftej.
The pine tree are the steadfast lion of the leaf followed by premature bloom panicle may be evident' A considerable number of scale feeding by the beetle become

one, erect, with no pretensions rddln,. On older leaves Such treIa. remain unthrifty and Insects parasitize the mango tree evident. CAt

the somewhat larger spot are unproductive until the condition. In Florida. Among the more Inv the tint Indication of red .

The palms are haughty with an grayish, surrounded by narrow I* corrected. This it accomplishedby | Portent of these may be men- spider damage, which I I. usually

air i of studied eondeccndon. dark border and freflosnUy the applying zinc sulfate to the;: tloned the mango shield seals. greatest from December to March, *'

The banyan tree seems generous centers weather away leaving Irregular foliage at1 a tpray with sufficient! Florida red scale, toselated Scale, measures ahould be taken to
conM
tan blossom and tans fruits, shot holet. Grayish Irregular lime added for nevtraUaation. The I mango scale and the Florida wax trol these pests which confine

Her lavishness gesture U, belled blotches are formed on fonpula recommended It 5 Ibt. of I scale. They all feed by sucking their feeding to the upper III'".-v'

by greedy root*. the bark of alemi. On young I tine sulfate;. IV Ib*. of hydrated j sap from the tree and generajly, face of the leave They may be ;.'

The woman's tongue are get- fruit the Infection are grayish lime and, 100 gallon, ol..ter. tend to Increase following the use readily controlled by adding wetK,
I
: rlch.qulck.-qulte rich or to graylth-brown with dark irregular The tinesalt! may be added Ito i 10' copper fungicidal tpraya. Some table sulfur ("JO Ib*. to 100 ,aI- ,r'

. very poor, marglna. A* the fruit enlarges bordeaux mixture without. the addition I these, especially: the mango lons)-to one, !ft the copper &
A wealth of blossom and *l extra lime in one. of the spray
perfume ttrtetd
kale, prodncr
the spots enlarge ale .and honeydew Continued pre' Page Four) 4 t
but with no nuts to ator*. the center become covered I w .
may

:. Benevolent make a the wetrome'ihide monk.,'* ear-she with tracked and fiaaured corkyhawsi. I '. :' :!.., : . .: .'.' :?::7:< .\1 .,-;.. . J :;
Spare of the fungus arc
i And freely showers down her produced on the fruit until 'V t. I. ut
' ...\Iet'and nothing. lib In reaches aturity. During moist : '

;I': <* tade. period 'the surface at fruit webs < :: .. N at r jJCiiJort. : .: :

The poInclenn-cood old dame, ,
.
i aristocrat by blrtbl'f are covered brown covering with a velvety'of. "spore grayish in- .. .. .... ....'.. .. ,' , ; ", f' ... . ...

Unmindful of her ugly trunk ort . t

'her ungslnly'girth.The : sporeWY 71IV: .' ; ( ;: ( .

.l'f lade moon!goes There's down nothing,' the writing .under' similar*condWohs..' : I -r: lI1"s..fS' O'fjf'\ "TJ. H r

more
t .' to see Thus been far of In minor Florida Impertancsr;; awng'eWabha :In I . . . .

Until the morning sunlight beams
commercial groves but I I. a aerl
an each familiar tree, .
.' . '.. etta disease: In mango "ursertei .1
t I The< 'spray acheduU: with copper

l t SEEK' PERMIT fungicide recommended for con
trol of nthracnoM will also con .
trol scab: In bearing More
grove
(Continued from Page One)
permit should be Issued 'lot frequent praying la necessary bi
nurseries to obtain control. I I IY
build
permanent or tempererary

ing.Ben Mildew I t
Morris, Mr. Rue and Mr.
t Powdery mildew canted by the
Brooker were named a committee
fungus Ooapora It recorded a* a
to draft a resolution of condolence
/ serious. disease .in some countries j Y
for Councilman C. B.
" but I II a very minor trouble In
Bluckburn on the recent death
Florida. On leave and fruits it I
of his father Dr. C. Fred Blackburn -
produce more or let superficial
Arcadia..
.k-k
scattered: Irregular blotches varying I

from H to I Inch or more In

S t IUCIIARDSON 1 extent The infected tissue has a

purplish cast and In early stages

(Continued From Pace One) jit!1 generally sprinkled with a li0:

force at an aviation cadet. white powdery fungus growth It

lie received his captaincy on I* more troublesome In damp

month before Pearl Harbor, wa shady locationsPowdery

rated a senior pilot in February mildew. has never become -

of 1941 and.... promoted to I serious under grove conditions

his present rank last December. I but, should It become to. ... 'It forests, ,. For in this .area are .Industry of the South and In the promo-
U, Col. and Mr*. Richard and I ahould be readily controlled I
than hundred million of don of found forestry practice in tM
their daughter "I moM two acres
: small make their:j weak copper fungicide or by sulfur
J home in Miami Spring i sprays or duet*. Vowing till\bcr-an Mct o f Inestimable territory Served by its line. Communitieshave

.importance to the Nation.No other tingle been tided in securing.the location

\ \fm i resource hold such vast potentialities for. qf pulp ant paper mills and other wood
i :
1 j 'the deveIoQmentof iojuttry. using industries,'thereby affording ready

R market for timber.
! With good toil ample rainfall and long
The demand for wood
evepincreatinf
, grog Season,JM faat growing pine of
be used in the manufacture of
r pulp to
the South often attain commercial to .
r8 fifteen twenty Under such paper rayon, plastics and kindred prod
ff E. PREPARED to, year corn
fJ holdt for future
: ucts great promise ) err
ditlont timber can be treated M a crop,
= -. FOil WA5P /s ONEEFFE'CTUA1'Mtt .
4 with'continuou annual pension ofthe South' wood cellulose
yields .
f : Mduitry-a'devc'Ioprncnt which Seaboard
,f OF TNi': Dlr?
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.The Seaboard Ralfwiy ha pioneered will continue to.aid in :fullest iMMMr
.
. ANS In the development of the wood csilutoep Seaboard Railway, Norfofu,10, Virgin
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OF PRESERVING

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It b w4 ,sae-5.r a.. t.Nhl ab time t. eva"Inm'M1 1 .
r a he .we.etay ..meis, :.::: say.= w>..emdshf.M. RAILWAY
.. Jrat .tea. a el-.er of - W a. .. .ew saw :.
e.50 set roes'"a ear"fMt aM monS annwi.a.1. AM M stash n.fw .
tM a.wi.w tea .a.ar. ..,.--- willi ta..v/a r ) \
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Your Dates With


........Uncle.......:....Sam................ NOTICE OF SALE Ij
MEATS, J'A'I'S-Red I0-polnt '
stamps AI through Z8 food Indefinitely -


.,,, .,point PROCESSED stamp. A GOODS-Blue 8 through Z8 and 10- I
Al' good Indefinitely Of Foreclosed: LotsThe It
SUOAB-SUmp* 30. II and 13la
Book Four good indefinitely t
for five pound.

canning tStamp sugar 40 good through for 8 feb pound 28 or of City of Homestead has foreclosed upon the lots hereinafter l .

next for canning rear Spar,sugar tamp until 37 Mar.good 1, described and the same will be sold at public auction by a Special Master i .

{; IMS in Chancery, at the front door of the County Court House at Miami, {
SHOEs-AIrplane stamps 1 udX
(Book I) food IndeflnlUly Florida, on MONDAY, AUGUST 7, 1944'between the hours of 11:00 a. m. I

;; through GASOLINE Aug.-f.A-10 coupon good and 2:00 p. m.' The sale will be to the highest bidder, for cash, and aMaster's ; \
FUEL OIL Period* 4 and S t
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coupon remain good through Deed will be. delivered to the purchaser.The .
Sept. SO

MANGO DISEASE lots to be sold are as follows: : \


In Continued the above schedule from Page and Four covering ) . Lots 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27,28 and 29 of MILLER ADDITION. j
the leave thoroughly. Should
red spider appeal on the, tree* Lot 39 of WALBRIDGE ADDITION. .'
before or after the time for spray.lag , ., I .
with copper fungicides, they' Lots and'5 Blk. PORVENIR ADDITION. a :
may be controlled by applying 3,4 ,
either sulfur dust or by spraying

... .Oth.lime-sulfur'The red-banded solution thrtp Is 1-80 sometimes Lots 13,14 and 15, Blk., PORVENIR ADDITION.

l'"causing troublesome defollation..whin on the the mango Infestation , Lots 40, 41, 42,43,44,45 and 46, SEVILLA ADDITION.Lots .
I* heavy In feeding, this
'" ,Imp,excrete ever tile surface of 11,13,14,15 and 16 Blk. HIBISCUS PARK. .
the Infested leaves mail spot of ,
I, rjeddlah fluid which harden, JndP".tUm
black. 1'IIt! .adult.Is char* Let 27, Blk. 2, ROYAL PALM ADDITION.
'. cterlied by the reddish band ?
f ,'j "' (ell:Is evident In the Brst threeif"1 ' I
Lot-10 Bfiu 3 ROYAL PALM ADDITION. \ '
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,MgrnaQf* of tM abdompnr and by1jg ,. ." ,
,..,-tile; ltd color pf the anal segmetji -. :. .
N!;:*. \TM".pupae are almost: black In .,: Lots 37,39; and TOWER'S: ADDITION.r :.'
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i" poles Spraying with nicotine aulrMngj-

't- ,t.1iI. togesw iJ l wrP: tile.synr :, ?*'; fsj; iLbfc .7.afld 38, U.tf'REE'S: 2ND ADDmON.1: .

bisect, 'n.they ,* *'. Th* . .
::_:H>< "lh utdi,,directed of against'1 ',:. .".'Lot1,2,6,8 and 9-Blk. 8, DOWNER PALMS NO. 1. +' '. w :
the lower surfaces tilt leaves

r>>.. al IIIr th-*,thrtps-.,.will\k usually' be workMOTIC3E '- Lot 11 LGBEIDLER ADDITION '
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". :..TO...7MCKHOfDERSNotice : ::; ;Lot 22, BEIDLER'S ADDITION.Vj3, ;: ., ,/:
if hereby,given that.the
: annuaimeetini of.,th*;stockholders " :Ki=
tot 18 DUBOIS ADDITION.
Of the Coral Reef, Nurseries '::ij
Co. will be held at the office of
the Company at Homestead, Fla ton Lot 15, J. U. FREE'S ADDITION.Lot .
Monday, July; ,Z4. 1944, at three
r o'clock p. m.. for the purpose of, "
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9 Blk. 39 TOWN OF 1I0 IESTEAD. "
electing a board of j "
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transacting such o as '. ..,
may com Before the meeting Lot 7, LINSCOTT'S ADDITION.
WM. H. KROME, Secretary.July .
( 14, 21,'144) I
Lot 7, S. E. LIVINGSTON ADDITION. : n. .

S. L. Kendrick" ". Lots 1,2,3,4,5,10 and 11, R. L. MOSERS SECOND DITION,

nmtcx or nnfEACl Lots 46, 47, 48 and 69 of TATUM'S ADDITION No.1. ..
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Birth Certificate aid oilier *wnents Lots 31 and 32 J. D.
acknowledged: and 1'1&- TOWER'S ADDITION.Lots L
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Odd Fellows Bid*. 9,10,11,12,17,20 and 21, THE TOWERS. ,
IT. W. Id ft. Beeaestea fla
Lots 1 and 2, Blk. 1, BARBER'S ADDITION. ,

,..',',:,''' .' : :.'> yLot. 39,less the South 15 feet. Lots 40,. .75, and Lot. 76, less the

Try'Vt When You' Need South 15 feet, TATUM'S ADDITION. "
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r:. ' Shave Attention is called to the time and pla'ce'of this sale. These lots

\t',. n.....'..-_,_______ lie reverted to the State of Florida under the Murphy Act, and are now be-
t\ .....',-' IS* ing sold under a tax foreclosure: sale conducted by the City of Homestead e '
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"!y' .Sbaanre..,.. ((Medbandr'75.r. -: jee. and this sale mast be conducted at the. front door of. the'.Court House in I

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heW............k..:Taelat ...;"tgiWilli . Purchasers' are urged to investigate the location'' of',- the' above* '' lots. ,

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j CHURCH{ WILL HONOR REV. E. L. PEIRCE ,MRS. SKILL ENTERTAINS FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH TO ENTERTAIN I

: : WITH DINNER AT DAN WILLIAMS' HOME I j.CLUB Mrs. AT Frank MUMI L. Skill BEACH was hostess I DIVISION OF :MIAMI W.M.U. ASSOCIATION .

at luncheon this week to the I Woman'i So- Holland Mrs. A. V. Reaves and
Missionary ,
A picnic dinner in 'honor ot the E. S. CapUnger, Mr. Earl Facet- The
: Monday Bridge Club at her apartment Mrs C. A, Austin, all of Miami
Peirce will be U and Mrs. J. A. McNelU. Mrs j defy of the First Baptist Church :
Everett L.
Rev In the La Corona at Miami The society of the Perrlne Baptist
Geo Hanson conducted the worship 1 ot Homestead will be hostess
: held by members of the First Beach. Church will be represented
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I Methodist Church of Homestead program. I The) first prize was won by Mr*. group Thursday. July 21, at an with a delegation.
The social service report lilted of District Four 1
James Jones; the second prbe, by all-da1ln1etlnl
Sunday after the pwrning.s.rv. : 62. visit. 20 .bouquets 27 Mrs. Frank Hangmen; and the of the Miami Association of the i Lunch YoIU.be served by talehates.croup.
to at the home of Mr. and Mrs .
trays and five cards Woman'i Missionary Union announce
third' prlzv by Mrs. Paul Rey
e Mean Williams in Modello. Mrs. Ballard was assisted In I.nolda.I the president, Mrs. S. L. I. . ----. .
Finns for the affair, to which serving cake and punch by Chas I 'The: other playing were Mrs: West 1 MISSIONARY: CKOir: MCCTS. ">. ,
: ..to ell friends of the church are in Wesley, Brown and Brian Wynn. I Geo. M. FrIck, Mrs. Canon Mole Association officers who'will be AT HOME:.OF MIS. pOpSON .
died were mad. Tuesday .Mi, a The circle will meet-with Mr*. color, Mrs. A. M..l*>gan and Pore.. present at the meeting, which be- I n...W rnan.'*. ill; /Joriarr;& %? .
: Joint meeting of Circles One, H. L. Brown- on Aug 15, it was J. E. Gauzen. : .gins let 10:30 a. m. areMrs. G. Q. clety of the' Horaeilead.Church qf ., .
: : Two ,and Threeat the home of announced'.,, t . 1 _' __ God'.met filtntdoYattttrnwpn at;the. . '.*
'f. Mrs. J, L, Ballatd. Mr. Pelrce, Those present were! Mrs,Stanley rMR.'AND'MRB.tI ORB.ltAV HOUSE PARTY I.1 home of .Mr*.. 1.'>ii. Podi; tti.when .1' '. .. .
; letlred Miami minister,. is 'sup- Matthews,, Mrs. Selma Rest, .1 1 doughnuts 'Wen Wade for sale.
: : 1Jb'ln', throughout July for theI Mrs. O. L. Showalter, Mrs. Vlvan i FOR MISS HELEN WATSON, BRIDE-ELECT i Member ol the group also worked; .
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I regular pastor, Dr. Sidney S. Booth, Mr*. Anna Carter, Mrs on a, quilt which will be soli.
; : i Davies, who I II at Yale University J. O. Wynn. Mrs. Martin Frame, i Mr. and Mr*., John. 'Wesley Mildred Green, Mill Violates Ruth : Present were.:'Mrs. Ceo. Lor- .
attending a conference for postwar Mrs I. P. McLean, Mr*. Ranson, Moore ot' Miami. were, ..k-end Jesse' and Mr Torian all" of Miami ,ton t,4, ,.:C, F. .Waldron Mrs..J.
: rehabilitation of soldiers. Mrs, Williams, Mrs. Capllnger, I boat*'ftt "The T. Tomerlln, Mrs: B. F. King Mn.,
, Taking part on a study pro.gram Mrs Pacetti. Mr*. McNeiU. Cha*. :farm'on-\J\J1tT: honor ,Dodson, Miss Anna Ma Russell, *.t,' \
on "Medical Missions in Wesley Brown, Brian Wynn and I of Miss Helen Watson whose engagement GUMMING FAMILY GROUP Helen.Toeneriln! : and: Bob Russell 4' ,"_
:\ Africa" were Mrs. William, Mrs the hostess. to Frank Torian was recently ENJOY PICNIC SUPPER: I
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I announced. The Rev. and Mrs. Bruce A. LOCAL BAPTIST
; :t )D. AND M... POPE HOSTS I Baptist Training Unions of the I Guests wen: Mr. and Mrs. Chat. Camming were host Tuesday evening WILL. ATTEND ASSEMBLYA
AT FAMILY DINNER PARTYMr. First Baptist Church of Homestead I Bennett, Miss Watson, Miss Hattie at I family. picnic supper delegation,fromhe First
: and Mrs. J. R. Pope entertained were entertained by Miss I Watson, Miss Rita Peeler, Miss held near Royal Palm Park. 'Baptist Church lit Homestead will
; at dinner Thursday evenIng Mable Ruth Pope and Miss Alma Other present were Miss Edith : attend the Young People' Assembly
I J In honor of Pvt. and Mrs Pierce at a party Friday eveningIn BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY Wright and Miss Shirley Shawe 1 of the Miami Baptist Assoclan .
; } Hake Allen of Miami and their the municipal park. MAKKED BY DINNER PARTY Baltimore house guests of the 1 which will be held July SlAug -
j children, Nina Eugene and Raymond Game were played and cookies Mr, and Mrs. J. D. Barnes entertained Cummings, Miss Virginia and 4 at the Sheldon Hotel In
'. Pvt. Allen a brother of and cola were served. at dinner'Monday evenlng Mary Bruce Cbmm'ng, the Rev., Hollywood Beach. _
: f Mrs. Pope, recently completed John Pope and Ruth Holllngi-\ In honor of Mrs. Barnes' Wm. C. Cummlng Mr. Cummln.'.' Going .from here will be Mrs.J. .
}} training In the Infantry at Camp worth will be hosts Tuesday evening birthday anniversary. cousin who la pastor of the Miami I L. Kulp. Mrs. W. T. McCon-
: t 1 Tannin, Tex. and has a delay ..nI at a swimming party for the Coven were laid for Mr, and Beach; Presbyterian Church, and]I iBilly reel) Min Mary Moon, Miss Alma
: I ( : route to his new station In Maryland Intermediate poop; I Mrs. E. B. Moreman. Mr. and Cummlng of Miami Beach 'Pierce. Miss Mable Ruth Pope
I to which Mrs Allen and the Mr*. Claude Campbell, Mr. and and Carey Cranttord. .
: I tfcilden will accompany him. The work meeting of the Hom"l I Mrs. J..D. Perkins, Ruth More- Mrs. J. A. Rotherham will be I
; stead Home Demonstration man Jack Barnes and the host hostess Aug, 2 to the Redland have been entertained ,at that
1 't- PARTY IS GIVEN IN PARK wilt be held on July 28, at the and hostess.: Neighborhood Club which was to I time by Mr. Mary T, Furry
FOR YOUNG BAPTISTS time of the regular monthly meeting -,
: More than 30 member of the announces the president,'Mrs. ,
...,Ior Intermediate The CalendarJuly ,,y: 7.17
I i j and Junior C. E. Elchenberger. i
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<011\ It-Meeting of Woman' I

i .Club of' the Redlands , .. 1?
,r, July It-Meeting of W.SC3
; with .Mr. J. L. Ballard.
I I .. July 11-Meeting of the Clean-

It takes thousands i I July 37-All-day meeting of . I
p District 4 of Miami Association of
1 ;W.M.U. at First Baptist Church of 1
i. v Homestead. Jack DIXIE: DRUGrbeiiee ..RewardJehases
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July 21-Work meeting of '
; ': of telephone calls Homestead Demonstration Cluhare |. and 111 :

J1' with Mrs. Orlando Wollam. I Met* It hat Kent! offer you the"Bat VtluttAlwm. -
Au,. 9-Meeting of Redland .CHATagain now M check these vtluct .,then bur I
I Neighborhood Club with Mn. ONLY MEED Your savings can go br IB bur-
ing Wit Stamps and tour War Sumps cm help iron bur that
J. A. Rotherham. 1 1"I IY
tH extra Was Bond that is so urgently needed cowl I
<: :: to build a bomber Au,. S-USO dance sponsored I
I by Woman's Club of Homestead rwaar
'I Aug Meeting of Episcopal
t \ Woman's Auxiliary with' Mrs !status
.\ .; frank W Stlllah n.:' .' .
I' Aug Meeting of Business Ip11SZS
q Women's Circle of First Baptist 41p4 /
Church of Homestead with Mra s .
S. I.. West ANppnieenbA it
I Au,. I J-Meeting of W. S. C.. S. tcb ndesd.big t.
: with Mrs. J. L. Ballard.Attention a 061,6
Yqu f '1QrE.the
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y4 a Yt t a of m y w " stOC ot Sodren

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All Home Canners! liof here ii.
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tries ,olk toiM btoLSw M
I \i: canning Before you Good begin Housekeeping your 1944 }ey'u1 f"u f e d's n6ch btgh'
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Magazine advises you: use the red u.tt aetK1
boiling-water bath method for rl'r iWq the 041has
fti tomatoes and .fruits, only. Can s doaoA out
that
all vegetables except tomatoesby aka

,; . and this country Is = cooker the correct to be use sure of'a ot pressure killing .anal P trsMS

t botullnu germs In the last
.. bombers than before few years, case of botullnus castown'' 3yIV
Making more ever food poisoning have cropped up 10 q"'ds' vs."a .
In widely different parts of the
country. Buy", borrow, share a I'Vast" oww 194

More plan.*,m.r. tKtpf, "we oF avarytUng for I pressure low-acid cooker vegetables-but any don't other can 1 1NEty'L p1C ,, Saari. 79'M

war snaaa More LOA) De\aM.; calk. AJ chick. I ITxay II way. It'you'write want Good further Housekeeping Information O.N"'e JAW t he 1a! of bass srCAEICR
p as w
"W ths are sao4eg JoeoUso. jeaki.: 1 Magazine, IS"' Eighth 6t .lift vs alvwt.
Avenue, Mew York II, N. Y. XAA 1 .
with war IM ate,critical: state pvaryJay I _- A is

's, a ratli Jay (or La**, Dirtanc ....,-. IMNM. : tQ1LN a
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YJ can kelp ka.* the' Items. cUar for war calk ,I Or. Leonard W. HaaUn 'I I

l>y MaVSitf only realty "eM caH. ,.....011111ae....... am.. .a'IGLASSES.'--- '

MeN cans ,.* tW -gS *)tckr wtt*> ...;,-. II Y
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6jy .helps. .that wert in o.asarM.' -:-.- ANNIE MAYHEW'FITZPATRICK !

f ......... ..... Redland Road between Avocado, and efItI7M'rIT'I
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121,19 HOMESTEAD_ LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Paleseven._- j

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:III1 nnUnnnmUlnDllrunfumUm Percy '.'8II1eo, Charlie! Harper. M avid Mlles M_ of ao, ..,ft ,
Ben Archer Everett and bit". Teo o.tutes l..ah..d w... '

Sid JJvlngston. . ,* Tracy saw row =::4'=':..A..ty k. = D silk..lw..::! )

:20 Years Ago Depuly Grand Chancellor A: W beat 8.040--'.M....-.. for-as.kh...b.to CLASSIFIED MERGING ; 'I.

W. Jon**Installed !the; following seta OmlftnttM __ Van ..-...r 1. t
oficeii In Homestead, Lodge No. ... nnvrtr 4>Mt ...
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Tin, IWV.taf .... W 6yM.hr1I. >, Pkirvm. k>wHl rlt. RATE. : First insertion foe e Clime. subsequent Insertions
w she 144,Knight of Pythias.. . : William -
t.aer5W see ;.rwdR..r Let t, Dlk M. La_ BMat., tiJkl IU IJftt
__e a am esh.a......f..A. the .. stha Ifcornton, C.C. William (.. f..k.. PM Rook a, .... 44. ta UM . ,,;1I
... Into and -.._ Ort/wed IT, INI.I- Meade, V.c., Cha*..B. Clinton, M 11_l, CMKty tl DWo. ."' .. of - - -- -- -

..kk a. *Unmanned....tmttrfiitt, a...- A., Jaa. Gilmer, 1C, Henry Peters TWIk. a tote NR.wtP _I FOR EXCHANGE lent for farm or grove Wolfe
Moo It. I
SAM OG . ," MM OrtKMI board WM !. the nun Auto Wrecking Phone SMJ.Homettead .
"Plan for of M.UIMI weld THE: SWAP SHOP Fla (anti) 1
the
tmEhIII/ school building for the Homestead 1.._ a.e.dto" ....v lU Wd Will Buy-Stll* Anything: ,
r" one election Tuesday resulted Junior High School were receivedby .A......D.thoreve 1(44.D.U4 MI Uw Bud day of AI.TMI.I Repair ad machine, typewriter, PERSONAL

t la a vote of 93 to t, or more than S. X Livingston from C. M. tkh tTtk fey of J..., A. D cub register (mUtt r? *
,.} '10 to one, in favor of the bond Fisher county superintendent I of I I.. IF YOU want to get married.write .
jssu for t modern system for public'I Instruction, . Eo B., LtATHERMAN, i FOR RENTfOR Box M, Vancouver, Waan.
Clark of OmH CMn.
water or sewerage In Home NOTICE' OP- APPLICATION: rOlf* Dade OMMT. riorto.ClrruH (JlltO
stead . ." TAX DEED I ( Court loml) RENT-l-bedroom house,
nit I> N. C aTERRITT B O.UUM Urge lawn, use of chicken For FREE It Exccc acid causes you
'. "At special meeting of the NoU b .y given tint ALOMtO M. July t. 14. '.1. It, ,".) I l'iI month *t $80 a month. pain of Stomach Ulcer, IndUgettlon. ..
county board of education held Bent. W Morrl (Jy 14) Heartburn. Belching
last Tuesday, it was found 11_.:' Bloating Nausea, Gas Pains
'teary due to the financial condition I ROOMS and apartment Rrason- get free sampler Vdga at

of the school treasury of the counLty r able rates, bed water and how. Brown Pharmacy (pje30):

to rule that all the grade of era. Palm Hotel Florid City -

. the Homestead school up to the WANTED
":t third would be required to go on $ FOR SALEI .Jr 16r

.' the double Radon system" bEFEN ACRES WANTED\ Fresh, juicy figs, any i

,The dragging and scarifying on $5 DOWN AND $I MONTHLY sire and kind. South Date

,be golf course |. progressing high pin land fronting Farm, First National Bank

a satisfactory rat*. ." Longview Road, U mile north on Sid,. (J7tf>.

Joining the Rotarians from 6f Palm Avenue', price $300. ------i.
Givt "ALL-OUT" WANTED-Good used furniture.
k West Palm Beach Fort Lauderdale
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'Mr LJchtenberc, congress
J Smith-Grave Furniture Co.
a [ and Miami the Homestead Am''fO 5 Building, Miami: (It) CmlftO:

\I i Luncheon Club with a delegation TOUR EYES .

of It member left Thursday \ RARE AND UNUSUAt trees Ml WANTED-Repulr work atoM
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morning for Key West where II anIt.elaf : plant Landscaping and grove building, cement work roofing,
I* understood II I- ..s ek...+.... planing Grove Nurt-
they w'll pull a drV R IriS I Sunny etc llth Hour Million, Box 88.
"rip roaring stunt" In their effortto cries, palm Ave, I mile neat Homestead (dIM)

[ convince the Rotarians that \ { \ ///lyeglasses of Florida City Phone 583.W.

they arc both reedy and anxious i (28tf) I t need grove with or without

4 to. take their places in the duly r: ;. homes 3 prospect waiting.

i accredited list of Rotarians. Thosemaking /.1 I \' 'll ore your FIRST HOMEMADE FORD TRACTORSwith Drop me a postal or call J. x:.
double low :Excel
': the trip from' Homestead \, -J LINE of DEFENSE gear. Corn, 22461, Miami at my ft-
'. were; President Julian Webster ._ pens Reverse charge '
I 1M won CIRCUIT COURT OP Till
,* Herbert Cameron Bill Carter, Bill ELIVEN' .
II'DIt'I4L
- CIRCUIT Ikorw Veterans .. Put Boot MIS at
Crow Leo B.shop, Archer Smith, 08 OP P1.011DA Pukllo awed of Dads c--_
9 BRACKIN'SVskWm.WI = IN AND FOR DADS COUUTf.
Jim Redd, Charlie Fucha, Jr., IN ruANirar. NO. itttaI Fn>rid>i
John Harrla, Jr.. Landon Carney, I CITY OP HOHETIAD a ..eslrlpdf LoU 4*. 41. '1. 41, 44. a ..4 44 >fSEVIU.A
,'.La Mont Craw Waite CM W W hash Ira UMrMr J eanatlon of UM BUM ot Florida. ADDITION MOoniuw to Ik*
." Walton, P'-i.lff plot ......., retarded to PIM Hook II (4
Newt Ball, Gordon Thompson,! 22< N. MIAMI AYE.,. MIAMI : run tt. foklU lUmnb, lIMo OMIT.ton .
'ftc.. ... I RUTH CARDINAL. a ..uo... M al. W'Iorlda I
+ 11 Ib4..d.oter II. IS. K U .a 1*. Pleas I tt,
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VOBBCLOftl Of TAX: : ';1 I CIBTiriCATMI HKtttt to PM 80" II et Pena
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Moth fc ktnoy air.e that the ono..
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'Ir o* .M B,. U .. .*. seat. And be It Mm* t or" ROYAL PALMAUDITION.
tJ. .. ..' .. ;., ..;.rR .'.L' EASED JiXUT-HE ARMY !r ,viwar was the. Final aw'.nt esrwM.u.e MranHM M .)>. olol IkMootnioij
: .. > .......,.. ...Ih"t"T .. ..,- : v _.. __ Is ask .Moro __ ... to rut ..* I al Pare .'. Fn*. '
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/ !..;- .....;41/0, NOW OPEN YEAR AROUND .. )Ra.ht. ClraiH .* fturU lo 1M to .Hindi I *f ROYAL PALktADDITION
,and for Dade Gamete In CkuMonr ..... __... U 4Jw Plot llMf..(
a Chun wT .... NO tHl.. I. WMrkChr 1M Mounted to PM Rw4 M Mu 41,
: ; '. 'ft.H .. RooM.tM4 .* n.oiHpl. rmr. wMfe. --..*.. DAN 0....,. PtorktolIxrto
lotion -.,f the CUM of news, hi ...,.. IT, IS and H o* TOWKR ADo
: : : :; . : /_...... Bull ''''......1. I vloW. MU... DITION ocnWImr .. Uw Plat UHWHotlwoM
} I aid .* esdente. L M awttt Mo.M> I* to Plot RMA *, IBIV.II*. PC*.
I.H : crawls UWolnM' k. tk* CoiR I* MMW 'II* Ronnh, Dw j Cmniy. PlorMaiLit.
RIVIERAHOTEL I' I : 1< .nr sal hr .lrnUil. 01 the w..r IT M4 M ft I. V PRER S ND
: .'"4 will .ff r fo> oolo and wit .1 ADDITION MfMIn to the Plot tkoro.nf .
1 Put He .rtrr. to 1H.. k' *<-t pod Wt tM.rfc wiM Jl Pat Book .t U .MM Ml
"' for Mb at .t. Ihnlll Meet done nf PuMto _.... Do W County riorioo.
; the Congo HOUM 01 Ud 4L-.... In .... tjn II. a. s and .. Bio* I ."f
I Gi/ VII Mk.l. .......... r" .... nth .... ., DOWNER PALM NO. I, xiranlln, to
: I A.... A. D. 1044. __ the. k.-.. of the pM tkrrwf .n.- W In Plot, Walk
i : .4v..., F'1.k A. M. .... !_ rlv4 II M non It, Poklto Romroi. Do4o
I re., the s." h.ane a -.t wlM **, ,Omi.ty KfartMlUt
:M the kran !.. .hoe kvin of ..W. H<. I II of .. C BeiDLBft: ADDITION
I 'nil..'-, 1'.wVbfd ?gait ....... INp..lp '_fn. M Ik.* pint Iktrouf ror reed to
+4'es.t> n rM.. fcvwHin Mot Drib a ot pone It, PiikHiDril Rlwda.
.. sae si.of, n M. ft. M .., fl Co..llT. n"H I<"> UlI.LKt ADDITION .owillit. to The above Wliw ,.....WV-M brew In
1 plat .tire, ..... ./ d hi Pht "wi I'ho''rto Cite d fleas Connly. ,
;".* 4H, PuWk Rmnlt, Dade OMtyrtrrU.1 n WL
Tk. told peeete at of-ld Is.awes. .
Gln'of Florida's East Coat"t LM II f wALRRtnGt ADDITION wwb .0 red _,... .....-
i dlse u the *(M 4 in Move t.4londM appaW.a ,5 .b.r.hus" ..
Plot ..... I of Mn 4T, l-iUto nwHH.4. .. . .. tohw ens wive anvorwolas. h..
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/wet.c."I_ 1. PORt ENTSADDITION Doted eh-: .Hi \ \ ....*twr to the Plot IkmoT JOHN r. ORAM1.1NG.SwrM1 .
: ::. '"." : ...announces... -dm In Plot R.* It .t ..-. U Motes to. t-ki..o>nR4 .
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AD am.rdbe to the Plat iJnly" 14. tt. II. A... 4. 1441

f NEW CABANA CLUB Ewssaaassssaflassos.nu......................unt


; Open Nightly .at Swimming Pool J and Tennis.Court WANTED

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: MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT -' RECREATION PERSIAN LIMES .. ANY QUANTITYWe


Prices
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Transportation Service for Guests-Station Wajon wi'l'l meet '


to' :year train, and make trips to the woild'a famous beach. PETER PAN ASSOCIATE GROWERS

., Kendall Fla.

.. .. .. '. .. . .' . ." ':. Phone: Miami 43-2100

. BOAT and' MOTOR for FISHING and PLEASURE. ill aaa''a'aaatPaaaArles'tYP.trileAwalf..us.y.aas1C.YOU ...

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Write for Descriptive" : Literature! and Summer. Rates. I THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR\
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A* Imttrniliontl DtJj Uruiftfrrfoe

tf.; 'these four important difference
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rya Riviera ilotciKlri NO SENSATIONALISM-NO CSIME4.NO ANIMOSITY
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> MORE EXCLUSIVE FOREIGN tt DOMESTIC COVERAGE

, I !f ,Box 747- '" . Raytena B, ach? Jfcrida .. i ---..CAREFUL....--CHECK a-irlw ON.-.NEWS...-FOR ACCURACY.-..-...._. .
s..l.w0es
r ' ""** Tha hW1.M.y1
Henry, Hardesty, ; ... ,Nss'tw M.wt, 8.... I I. N.r.h..a.
Manager'i I Prim 012.00 a YMT, tt t\M a N-dt
i s.-II' a-., .......l..t M.*. IM SmfaM. tlM t Yee
NOTICE!' -: Several Hotel Portions Open WRITE! : tads...o Odor, t Somr .y bmto CANDID
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Paw Etefct HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE July 21,1944

, \. ""Q .",I Pvt Gurdea Paftord bat com Homestead Boasts Bird, eanM-ttlon commlttoeman of. f' ,
I pleted a radio course at rt Ben. High Percentage the Homettead city council Dr
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IN AND AROUND |Ding. On, and It visiting his par. Child Swimmers "Beach and Pool"Jioineatead I C. F. Robibaon, division auper-
} \ ettta, Mr and )In. Boy Paffordof says visor 6f tne ,oounty defense council -

I ; HOMESTEAD, CfclpleyMn. ; Capt.P lot.,B Royal Howe-
I II rnentloo-S to the pin, John Denby and Billy Turner stood Army Air Field engineer;

............"--. ....... Lloyd Delta wu hasten ata "Beach and Poor magazine a*: Lt. W, B. Miller medical tlOctr
party for member of the W having an outstanding percentageof : The pool which I* wed more who baa bad charge of rat exterminating .
(Continued From Page Three) W. F. C. of the Community Swimmers younger than ten exclusively by civilian aloe the campaign at HomeStead
i and their daughter, Sharon, an: Church TrUJai eight Guests yean old, report Art McKee,I opening of 'pool*. at the pate |f Field..,WaOteiUVelaa j>t the ..
expected to return tomorrow from were Mr and Mn. Boy Chandler, manager of the municipal pool. closed each Monday for cleaning, Redland District Lion Club, Roy
r .a visit to .relative la Brewtonand Mr and Mn.'Clyde NetS, Mr. and Thirteen swimmers wer.,.. d- say Mr. McKee. S. Chandler or tile Homestead '.,
:, Cullman, Ala. Mrt. U i. Walkup.,Mn. Margaret uated" last week from the beginnrr Rotary Club Mn & A. Tibbitt
I Kennedy and grandchildren Diana class which began June II,II RAT CLEAN-UP of the Dade County Chapter of
C. )I. Allen visited In Miami Archie and Dickie Clinton, report Mr. McKee. intermediate American Red Crow, Mn. J. *XGauxena :
i for several day this week with Mr. and Mn Jack Branch, Mr. elaaaea which started July II (Continued From Page One), of Homeatead Casualty
I his son and daughter-bt-Uw Pvt. and Mra. Johnny Becker, Mn P. will be open for entry until Tuesday rat represents an economic loss of I Station Mn Eugene Fontaine of
and Mn Hoke Allen. Bigger, Miss Alice Macumber, and on Aug. I life saving |2 a year Princeton Casualty: Station, Joel
the Ket. and Mrs Ceo. E, Deuel claaae will begin A rat-trapping campaign will J Robinson of John G. Salley post
( Mn Prank Williams and Mr. and Mn. Fritz Schroeder and The water safety courses an follow up the poisoning drive to of the American Legion, Mrt. J.
daughters, Winona, Jean and Lloyd Data being held under the auspices of mop up remaining rat In the T. B. McEIroy, secretary, and
Faye, have returned from Zolto I the American Red Cross and are area Repeat baltlngl ire Impractical Mary F Dickinson of the Leader.
Spring where they spent several Mn. E. Tladale 1* redecoratingthe being instructed by Mr McKee became aurvlrlng rata Enterprise
and Mia Mary Catharine Suberwbe ,
week Clinton garage which the recently are polon-wle W. H. Jordon director of rat
purchased.: early this summer completed: Dr, Ceo M. MacDonnell fired control for 'the city of Miami and
\ Mn Merit G dl lot returned a Red Croat lntructorp course> in ,the Imagination of the group by Russell.Broughman of the county
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\ ( Sunday from Green Cove Springs M.... P. H Bowman and daughter Winter Haven tailing the project a pioneering health unit also were present at
where the visited a daughter Rhoda Jean, of Miami were Those' completing the beginner enterprise which may point the meeting
WAVE Hazel Brown, who waspromoted week-end guests of Mr E. JRhodea. course were; Mr*'. Chat H. out to other Communities a way
recently to photographer Denby, Dottle TurD_, Ruth Win to safeguard public health by Intelligent -
mate, third claw Mn Brown field, Eileen *Fay, Emma Jane .co-operation and .ahoul-
baa been 111 In the base hospital Rive, Claudia Campbell, Donald der-to-houlder work on the home AIR CONDITIONED
+ since) her return from a recent JAMES ARCHER SMITH and Ralph BeriMCker, Brian front.
", leave spent here. HOSPITAL NEWS Wynn Dickie Huff. Dudley Pee- Member of the jcwnmlttee: are: ROLLER.8KATE" -, 'v.
Mr. SUUman, general -cbatrnwa, IN COMFORT :
3 Stanton Hack le ViiiUng In Chambers of Pilneeton. Dr. Ceo. M. MacDonnell of Miami -
Gainesville with hit brother and A alx-pound H-ounce daughter Surgical patient this week were authority en tropical die Evening:,7:" to 11M P. M.
tliter-bi-lsw, Mr. and Mrs. Tom was born to Mr. and Mn. U C. Mr*. Marshall Wife of Homestead eaaet and chairman of the medical UaIMIo.-I5e. plum tax
Beck.Mr. kirkwood on July 11 in James and Mn Rayburn Home of Mad. division of the detente council -
[ Archer Smith HoepitaL Mn Kirk lion, FlaMedical. ; Cheater M. Wright, executive Venetian
and Mn A L Lanier and wood I* the former Miss Margaret patient were Johnny director of the council; Preston
: daughter, Sandra, are expected Field. Lou Tyre Robert Beam Robert B. Bird, chairman of the Dade Skating'Rink
: r home early In August from Mil. Cheryl Christine who weighed Walker and G A. Nunn, all of County Commission; Chat H.
! 5 Jell, Ca" where" they have been tit pound ten ounce, was born Homestead, and Let Croat of SteffarJ, county agent: T. J Karri HM rw nth Avc. Miami
visiting relative July IS to Mr and Mn. Leroy Princeton. *, mayor of Homestead; W R. I
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Hubert Smith, whose parents,
I Mr. and Mr*. George Smith, are
j. spending the summer In Advance,
N. C.. bal been Visiting her it
: the home of Mr. and Mn. J
I Barns, '..to
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.: Mn. Earl Cravey, former H
I stead resident who hat been mating .
tl her home In Fitzgerald Gt4it Real Estate Bargains
I spending a month hen at the .
A home of Mr and Mn Philip
.i Springer.
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'.. 3, H. anderson moved recently] "
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:: from NaranJa to Lakeland \

. Sheffield House at $5500 partly furnished. .'" ., =
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; J. 0. Signalman, 'r"M .,.J ';I' Ji. ...:.
USN. will spend the weekendat \ ,,' At', "il '....,, !., .,.;\ 11'., )'I .
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the home of ,, '" "
Mr. and Mn ,Crr' -
.,1. # t .il (' "I : ', ; s ...
"r
James C. Vann. '.
Mr. Sheffield
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.. , ;. ",. "'J f ? I ,'J"
I en route to his home In Vero ., . "
> Beach after being on tea duty House at $6500, fully furnished.
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t Mrs J. B. Hardy and daughter, 1"0 '(" '''' .'' ''''' '''' '< ''' ..
Jennie, are visiting relative In '

I, ,' Shellman Mr Hardee, Ca Is. employed this summer In while Sew- Lot 25 ft. wide, fronting on bjth'K' ;and[JFlaglerXgOOq cash.

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The Rev. R. E. Hastings, pastorof / .
the Homestead Church of God, : < .\ > i,1 '; > .
House at cash ; \Ih" H , . n.
, win leave Monday for fort Mead $3500 ; ,
where be will attend the state
' camp meeting

} Mr. and Mr*.-A. E. Smith and
children Juanita and Carl have One at $3750 cash. '

returned from a visit to relative , .
In Tennllle and Savannah, Ga. ' : .

,, Mist Ann Mae Russell and Bob "

Russell guests at of the West home Palm of Beach Mr. andw' ani One at $4000; $1250 cash, balance 36 equal payments; 5 pet.interest

; Mn J. H. Dodson.Mr .
, y -
\ *. Henry Kufeldt has been

ner tn recently dr. at her home. on Plum 10 acres of raw land on good road, $2000 cash. .1<.' ,


1FLORIDA CITYBy

Warren Sever? Several -acre tracts of glad land at $125'and $150 per acre. ; >

Mr. and Mn. Carl Hoffpower iCB.'W
left lilt week for their horn In
Texas after spending the winter
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'1 here,
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r""White of Jacksonville visited .
,at the home of Mn. O Arbegut Morris
Jut 'week. tP\

Virginia Neffl and PhylU Delta "*} <:"
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returned home this week after '"
Mr and Mn ,John Roh- ,
vlaittac
,let, of Badlands several day. 210 SOUTH KROME AVENUE .,',. *:'P. 0. BOX 466 :)i
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Mr. wad Mn.-W-E.: Mjren were ,
week-tad 1\MItI" Cpl and Mn.' .
W,,Adam of:MtamtMM. .. ,
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eWttr** 9t Kev Wert w viaJUnfMftv

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