Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00659
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: August 11, 1944
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00659
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
lccn - sn 95047482
lccn - sn 95047482
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Extension of Krome to Road 26 j1 i I'


Asked by Chamber of Commerce !,


City (Council Will Sit NEW SHORTCUT SEEN BOON j

As Equalization* Board TO TRUCKS IN BY-PASSING !


If hear complaints and to'make TRAFHCOFGREATERMIAM1ORDER
adjustment on the 1M4 city tax

rolls, the Homestead city council r .
win alt ai a board of equalization The promotion of postwar con
Chairman Division ef Health, Dade County Defense Council PLACED 1
from 8 to > o'clock the'remaining struction of a II to 14-mile extension *
The danger from sabotage by an alien enemy is happily of N. Krome rd. north j
Monday iifeht of this passing yet there exist in our midst an enemy to our health, Fda HONOR ROLL
month, Aug It, II and 2"T. 6. itealthy,running, dangerous and deadly The rat"besides causing ; from the Tamlaml Trail to Road ,
E.'illy. Frank B. Rue' and enormous economic loss, is the causative:agent,rof serious M has been adopted as the Main "
disease such rat-bite fever fever and bubonic
a* typhus NAMES :!
Henry Brooker, Jr., were namedto plague. . I REVIEWED project of 4he Redland District '

the budget committee at the Typhus: fever bal Increased alarmingly In the southern I Chamber of Commerce, announcesPresident :
states In recent year It must not be confused with typhoid 'The order hag been placed for Roy S. Chandler k
council meeting
Monday night fever or the old-world typhus. It lasts two weeks, I* sometimes I the Redland honor for .
District roll
Homestead real estate assess- fatal, and since convalescence I* slow, I I. of serious economic ' The- proposed cut-off would be
ments for 1844 amount to Importance. It U on the increase In Dade County. service men and women, complete of enormous value to the area aa
I with goldleaf name-plates,
Bubonic plague has killed hundred of thousands in India "
880, reported W. B. Caves, city and other parts of the Orient It has occurred in South America and She building committee, C J. another and a shorter outlet for
tax assessor, and personal property and has even appeared In this country Our air borne connections Parman and Henry Brooker, Jr., truckers during the cTbpplng'
assessments amount to $204,260, with the Far East should make us keenly alert'to the will have the masonry foundation season, Mr, Chandler pointed out
a total of $1,475840 assessed potential danger to ua from rats. erected In Legion Park to that the
The road would bypass completely
Deduction Included: land acquired Confronted' with the threat to our health from such a board may*be' Itt up immediately ..J
loathemm animal a* the rat, it la difficult to understand our- .the heavy Wile of Greater
by Jhe state 1129,660endwldowst apathy Indifference.. upon;.del/very/ announce Kit
( Miami and would furnish a direct

exemption, 128,125. Like an aircraft carrier whose deck I* covered with Hellcat Canon, secretary of the general
Homestead exemptions amounted fighters, Helldlvers and Avengers, the rat carries a surface cargo committee.A unimpeded route from the
to $242,880. of flea which, when they hop off and attack man, may produce report In the eligibility of west coast to Key West, he said.
Last ;year's figures were: real sickness, disease" and death. name submitted for the marker Manager Kit Canon has been
estate, What are we waiting fort Let'a up and at him with
$$1.257955 every
; personal property has been made by committee authorized to send the state road
thing we have) The dirty dangerous, death-dealing rat must '
$183,350; state acquired to. composed of E. J. Norman, Wm officials a resolution by the chamber -
land, $131.301 widows exemptions 1 J. Geronlmo Goo. M. Frick Harry Indorsing the construction of

$22, 20; and homestead ex- Cooper Wm C. Ewing W E. he, extension, and to seek thecooperation

exptiona, $188,925. Captains to Report Rat Bait NeededAs Rheney, S. J. Lynch and R. E. of the Key West
Edwards. Nothing was known Chamber In the project
about a few of the names submitted
Next Step in Eradication DriveThe
\VATERSAFETYCOURSES and Secretary Kit Canon
was instructed to write for additional -
13 cone captain 0 the' Wednesday' meeting.It Information to those who ,
BEGINAT' Redland District rat eradication: wa decided to solicit dona- sent In the name*.

campaign will make an immediate -: tions from merchant, businessmen Recent name submitted for In. GOULDS PIONEER.

CITY POOL surrey of their individual i and other resident to'raise luslon on the board are:
territories to report the amountof I the two hundred dollars requiredto Agnes M. Barlow
bait each will need'for the dis' buy the hamburger and oats David E. Barnes TAKEN BY DEATH !

Enrollments will be accepted trict-wide placement of poison on for mixture with the squill. Lo-I Jack R. Barnes

>j through Monday, Au,. Jf, for the Au,. 25, It was decided at the I (Continued Pag Four) (Continued on' Pace Two) Christina Lalng Owen, 78, wife
15-hour course In junior and meeting of the excutlve committee -
: i W. H. Owen, retired Goulds

senior tun at life 9-SO saving a. m. which Tuesday were at be-the Two Wednesday hundred night pound of 'red'I Local C of C Answers 300 Inquiries; early postmaster Saturday and morning merchant In,JlmeaAreh.r died i '

city pool with' Manager Art squlU, which will make
McKee roughly
Smith Funeral
and Miss Mary Catharine Interest in Real Estate Heads List
So 2200 pound of bait, have been services were conducted at 3:30
ber as Instructor. reserved by the Dade County
Monday afternoon In the Homestead
A part of the American Red Health Unit for use In the local
Approximately three hundred Inquiring about Redland product Presbyterian Church, and
Cross water safety ,the Worker from the
program campaign. unit
Eastern Star services held
inquiries about the area have A break-down of the request were
cause* .art open to competent will come down from Miami to been answered by the Redland for Information shows by the Naranja Chapter In Palm
swimmers who are In good physical assist Walter Weiss and his
condition.To com- District Chamber of Commerce Thirty per cent of the writer Cemetery Mrs. Owen wa a I. 1
mittee in mixing the squill with during the past six month, reports wanted to buy home site or grove charter member of both the church hand t
be eligible for
Junior hamburger and oat, the
Manager Kit Canon. The or farm lands Forty-three percent the chapter.
course, said Mr,McKee, one must told Miller G.
was by Clyde C.
I organization this year became a wanted home sites with from one- Mr*. Owen had made her home
be between the ages of 12 and 16 Hanson and A. D. Bailey, who I
(Continued member of the U. S. National on Pace Two) represented the health unit at - -- --
Chamber, and memberships
w ,

: Talbott Outlines Aerial Gunnery margin.passed last year's mark by a small Rotes Hear Brazilian ViceConsulTell 1r 1U J II

I I Interest in Redland District real

\ Training for Redland, Lions Club ,'estate,still Mr.head Carson the list says of, but Inquiries How Rubber Monopoly Was Lost ,1

,The training of an aerial gun- ber gun at a target towed by an: there Is I sharp increase in the Brazil, cradle of the rubber Industry a population density of 900,000-

net wa described for Redland other plant number of persona, wanting to was not able to hold its 000 ,

District Uona Tuesday night by In a simplified procedure, gunners spend the winter here and those, leader In the production "We had too much what you call
position a
Pfc. Donald Talbott who la homeon are taught now the instantaneous go-getting spirit too lOOn," said
furlough after having been recognition of Allied Machine Bought' of latex because its sparse I the young vice-consul, a graduate -
graduated recently at Harllngen plane only, and are ordered to population did not furnish the of Harvard and the University
Field. Pfc. Talbott WM high man shoot down all others, Talbott For City of Homestead vast reservoir of labor afforded by of California "Too sparse a population
in- his gunnery class, and In a said. Formerly classes were machine Java, Malay and other Netherlands I In i vast area always
A' tractor
specially]: staged match, he outshot taught Identification of both enemy mowing East Indies Islands, Alberto i bring economic Instability-and
which will cost $116351 wa ordered
his Instructors. and friendly aircraft Raposo Lopes, Brazilian vice- vice versa.
council Monday
by the city -
After necessary book work, I, J, Norman was awarded a consul at Miami, explained to the "Brazil lost the monopoly It
"night from Overseas Motor
''I trainee were taught to know key and made I key member of Co. which has the offered to sell Homestead Rotary Club Wednesday ,had on rubber production In the
> their gun so thoroughly that they: the club, because he brought two I early IDOO's From 1900, to 191S
; foUd.take the fire-piece apart new members into the group during the ,* old machine for a five' Senor Lope Aid that the present i Java and Malay Increased their
j.;' sad! re-asaemble them while blind- the past year. per cent. commission of the geographical: limit of Brazil annual production of rubber from

iI" Jetted and wearing glove, Talbntt Two song were sung by Misses price.A which I II a* big a* the United four ton to 45,000 tons The
rw aid. Their gunnery instruct Hilda, Clarice and Dorris Ada grass fire and small blaze at State plus another Texas, were 1 1j .,overwhelming quantity of Javanese .
tion ranged from shooting a M Codson for whom piano accompaniment . the Swap Shoji and the roE.C,j reached in 1750, when there were I II and Malayan labor available
"' :,ttY e ait .stationary target to wa played by MIa pumping station were reported fcr I less than two minion person In i for the work la the secret, Wher

..; flt6oting"/ plane-baaed 50-call- Mary France Rutland. (Continued on Page Four) I an expanse of territory capable ofit@I|I I (Continued oa' Page Eight)-' .


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. . PvU llogenthal Wowndetf! ': Deth i ug- C tt.MiHc7fi; ,
.. , BIBLE I : SCHOOL.: : ,
With' Infantry, in France Pioneered Here In'I90l|

OUR SERVICE MEN AND WOMEN : Pvt David Rosenthal was pi, BE. HELD '. Ch*. Henry Miller, 78,<,-'Hf 1
wounded July 25 In action with came 43 yearf" ago-from Cumber.,4
. the infantry in, France, his parents : land Co.. Pa, to home la .
-.c. .t& + BY METHODISTS I
...... were advised by wire:yesUr- acres east of Princeton, died Slue .i
day from the war department day at the home of Mr*. H. .i
Lt. Col. Weber Awarded Bronze Star; Pvt. Rosenthal worked at the A two-week dally vacation Barnard In Naranja. Funeral,
Margaret Ann before going into Bible school will begin Monday services will be held in the 1W f
Now on Way Home From New Guinea service and lived on Waldln dr. morning, Aug. 14 at the Sunday ner Funeral chapel at 3 p,' n>J
\ echoed of the First Methodist Saturday by Dr. Sidney H. Davies, I
Pvt. David E. Barnes, elder son Church of Homestead, announce pastor of the First
Lt Col Frederick R. Weber iihe will tee for the tint time his
on his way home from active youngest child, Ann, who wa of Mr. and Mr*. J. D. Barnes Is Mill Antoinette Mayo, general Church of Homestead. Method
. service In New Guinea with the I born here. Mr*. Weber and, the stationed now at Fort McClelUn' superintendent Burial will follow In
Bronze Star, Medal awarded him three older children, Kathryn, Ala. with reconnalsance troop Children from six to fifteen Park Cemetery In Miami. < t
for "merltovioua achievement In Henry and Billy, were with Col.' Recently Inducted into the '1'11I1,1 rear of age are urged to enroll Mr. Miller leave :a brother,
connection with military opera Weber at Pearl Harbor when the David wa. stationed briefly Ear' classes which will be held Ira W. of Carlisle, Pa. and;
, I tiers against the enemy from attack was made; and Mr*. Weber Camp Standing and Fort McPbfl'IOn. ...-. font 9 to 11 *. m. s'ster, Mrs. Etta Welgl of
4 March to 26 April 1M4" Lt and the children have since On the closing evening, parent I bury, Pa.Barbara :
Cot Weber was executive officer made their home,with Mr*. Web- I of the pupil win be Invited totake
during the planningand execution er's parents, CcL ant Mr, RalphW. HONOR part in a pot luck suppers: jean Wakefkild.
of successful. attack on enemy Klngman- Kingman Cross ROLLi. Roman, Eileen Fay, b'11.1Nell
airdrome which contributed .Im1 rd. .1 ji t' .. (Continual: From Page One): WATER ,SAFETY Campbell, Jackie Polk, '}
f' nuaauraMy" to. the success of to Henry and Billy Weber. ,are now Willis A. Baxtey, '. Grates' Norbert Clement
tal. operation at summer camp 'FOft J-BeU: '.rEdward "{Continued' from Page One) i John Hodge Miss Jonn't Hardy*
1 lira Weber left Monday night .,.' '., '. IV, Brookef-.Jr. a.. s ar. at,;last In ,tile' wvwUhgrade. and MIsa.Wanda-Smith-Smithrolled have-entj ,
: i tor New Orleans to meet Col Receives John Brooks and mutt, be able, to swim 220 for thesenlor. course; *9
Lk Jo H. Hutu
Weber 'who was then ere,rout *.. Glenn C.'CunnynghamWylle : t yards.: Euroljee! for ;-the senior, Classes'will be held daflj'V'i'F
i from San FrancUco. Medal for 12'Missions T. Cunningham course should ,be able 1o swim cept Saturday -and Sundays",
, When he arrives In Homestead I Luther D. Curl 440 yards, he sal": McKee says, and students win '
I , The.Aft Medal locompletion .
Charles Eunice Enrolling for the junior course If j permitted to make up any ;
n of twelve missions over Nazi Europe Louie Eunice , are: Joy Peters Georgia SkaH,t which they may lose. tY
Returning ha been awaqFjiat Lt f
After Dutr "in Pacific Joseph ,H. Huau.+." Jr.,tJ ylog, Fortress C.Joseph J. Graham T Hall- ,.fc .V- , ,. I... .. . "
pilot. Lt Huau.formerlylived . .. .
t Elmer Martin, petty officer lint here with his parents. His Harold Elmer N E Hampton'Hampton .. '. ;.

Ian, USNR, has landed In Son wife t I. making'her- home, In Ros William R. Hampton
1 Diego after 17 month of aervlce well, N. Mex.
in the Pacific, and I* en route . '. Ernest Allen Harford Jenner Concrete Rock;;
home Elmer ha been In ae,.- Pvt.'Gurdeh I. Pafford. former Stanley Jenner
Ice )1 months, and was made pro- astor of the Florida City and Claude M. Kendrick I
tensional drummer while in the ledlanrt community churfhos, has Lester A. McKinney '

,Pacific. reported to Camp Mead, Md.. for R. L. McKinney
t # $1.30, yd.
oversea assignment, per
Harry Oppenhelmer I ;
6 4 0
Pvt. Paul Gosnell Sent I Frank Panno

Back to Hospital in U. S. Pvt. Roy.Smith, ton of Mr.: and Carl L.: Sorlngfels, Jr. .
Mr*, Dexter Smith of Homestead, Robt L. Woodall .
"Dear Dad Back In Stale Iam I I. serving now,with.the infantryin Additional donor to the honor I Pea Rock ..._......_.__....................$1.50 yd. t
fine. Will write soon" was France. ,_ roll fund are: Jesse W. Cave, I'

the welcome telegram Gomel received from Robert.G1n: Andy Terberg, Mr*. V, M. Gren- Chats ...... .._'.__........., '.... ... ..... .. UOyd.
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last week' by- O. P. I' Pvt. Jr, has been nell, Mr J. G Wynn, Raymond : : :
his JOB* P.ulr,who was,.woundedIn discharged 11'01Ithl Famp. ho*. Ins.ua, 'Mr*. H. 0. GronwaH..-Mrs. :
the Italian. campaign: rated|11 i :' IJiaCat-Fort" UoPhertonj<< Ca; and Allen, Harford. the Flnt Baptist v *; Mteoif'Sanrf: :;..i>J.Ufcii:c*.. 1.00 yd. ;'{
new a patient at HaUoran Gen ha*, been transferred lo. Fort Church of Homestead, the :Red* ;':
eral Hospital on Staten Island. Knox, Ky.Capt .....>< land District Lion Club and Ira J '
Pvt Gosnell had been C. Haycock '{ Rock Screenings .......,.........,....-.:1.00 yd.. :
lied, for several week IICIIPltal-1 I. Myron Crennell arrived I .1 ',. \ ; ) '. *'

before being returned I I Sunday to pend 'a.e ",leave Report.tt:NN. E. Hainlin;; No. 1 Road Rock Ll-: .:...-.,.:..**/ ..85.yd.: '
Statea.- here: with his parents, .,Mr. and :,
I .. '
IMn. V, M, Grennell. 'Grert- 'ThrRock that Binds"
Cast Ferrell InstructsAt nell I* stationed .now',' it Fort Second Lt. Neal E Hainlin, Jr.l' .
Bigffi Field, El Paso i Leonard* '* Wood. No..64A. .." I reported France since mlsing June in 28 action, I* over ; .. . '. .

CspU Frank E:, Terrell, veterto . Edwlit Lawrence, ,USA, prisoner( war,- according Information ; .
of_ a year' air 'combat service w ton of Mr. and, MrE., 1. 'Lawsr'eace'was facclved by till parents li. NARANJA; ROCK. .CO.PLANT .
China ai pilot of a Liberator, ', here on leave this week: who live'at 835 N.W. 34th' et-in,. ;
been appointed Instructor at bUl,from Cling Maxey, Tex. Miami U Hainlin I* a brother)
Field, El Paso, Tell.. where Mr.I'. V* I of Lt Albert W. HalnHn ,who I'm.d. ; NARANJA, FLA rHONE- $73'.
Ferrell and Baby Sharon area I Sgt Wa/cf Kaschel, ion of. Edward his home here until he went I :
,Kaschel., baa been ,
transferred .
making their home with into service. ;
Capt. Ferrell if being from Fort Leonard Wood,|I' Lt Neal Hainlin wa, co-pilot"
out also a* Instructor for blm.1 Mo. to San Luis.Oblspo) Cat He of a flying fprtresj and had been I I''
and the new B-29'i., I* with reconnalsance trodbs), based, In England for five week: .
He 1* a brother of Mr*. S. L.' C I
Dickinson Homestead and.for- 1

merly lived here .

Set Philip D. Ream, Jr. USMC i
radio-operator-gunner, will report -
to San Diego, Cal. after, RCDLANfl BRAND FERTILIZERS!
upending a 21-day furlough !herewith ;
his parents. In order to be I
with him Mr. Ream and daughter -'
*, Dorothy and Ruth returned 1
Sunday from Perry. Fla* where I e e !;
they had gone last week for al i
I -
vacation. Sgt Ream recentlycompleted ,
his traln'ng at Tort I "
Lauderdale Consult ab ut'our fertilizer
. I us require- ? ', .
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Lyman William who has been :: "
serving with the Seabee lit the ments for the coming year. -
Atom, has been transferred back
to the State. Mrs William was I I
advised this week. Mr*. William ''', Due to government regulation and shortages -''., ,
and sons, Danny and Wayne, are I ,

visiting now, w'th her husband'| :of several .matcri4Js.we. :will not'be able. to .:/ ;: ,
relative in Metter. Ga.. ,and ate: ', ., :,. : '
waiting to hear from him again I '

-.1n81d''I, plan to return : , . :w1Ii .
::::. "| r' make'ALL' of our regu /But we : .

Ray O. Burks, former .Red''I \ : :. : 'do our' best: to supply':as near as possible what : .
Cross director at Homestead Army!; '
Air Field, was mentioned by a| Y
Newspaper war correspondent ask;| ? you will need. *' '*
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attending a party given bjr Amerl-| \ -: .
can officer lit a little town.'III .' t .
:.Normandy. Sire ,said "One of, '" "
,the first person I talked to wa '
:May Burks, field director for the ':!
Florida Coast"Fei.t; Co.
Red Homestead Cross Fla.whose He home only ,wantedto I* In. r

talk about his wife." I\Irt.
$urk still lives at their homer Telephone 16 Frank B. Rue, Manager Homestead,..t ij. i id.
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1(I.,J4i-ert > rum 'and "MrvO: :'Ge.r.U.Pe1eitiMrIhd r". sots- ,t son-iir aw'andadaisgbhr..et ,
baby ton, George Albert. Jr. and wept an operation Aug 3 at $t. Mn. Turner.Cpl.Raymond..' .. ;- .. .
In and Jlround i Mr*. Farrei niece, Barbara Jean Vincent Hospital In Jacksonville --.1
Horn, *re visiting now with Pvt. and was returned to her .. ot tile
Torres who U stationed at Camp home teat rd'7. The Rev, Johfl army boat r 4cue wuuf *t Went
!McCoy, Wit The croup had been Mason, father of Mrs. Palmer ar- Palm Beach visited over Ue
HomesteadA. house guests ot Pvt. Fan**' parent rived Tuesday from South' Wai. week-end with Pvt and Mrs.
hi Ravenna, O. before going pole; Mast. to visit Dr. and Mrs. James E. Kerns and with other
to Wisconsin. Palmer .Dr. Palmer wit pastor friend at HAAF, where he was,
of the First Methodist Church i formerly; stationed M an ambulance
County Agent Chas H. Steffanl here, until his assignment this driver for the medical detachment -
C. Deputy, who had been J. D. Redd returned home last Monday began a tyro-week vacation summer to the Main Street Methodist -
critically ill after the removal of week from Aiken, S. C. where he which he It pending at hU Church of Jacksonville.
his right.eye Aug. S in Riverside 'and Mn. Redd had been vacationIng. .- home here Miss Nina Peal Bush sent the
Hospital, yesterday was reported Mrs. Redd probably will re- r Warren Graves, son of Mr. and week-end here with her parent,
f i Improving.Mrs. main there until late August. Pvt and Mr*. Cotimo Bommar- Mrs John Graves, broke his right Mr. ,and Mrs. W. Y. Buih.
Ito returned Tuesday from De- leg while playingWednesday of
Clayton. Sedgwlch .cooper ),fro/'and Mrs. 3. M. Holferty- are troit 'Where they were house last week. Miss Rita Dent of Jacksonville
and .Mn. L. H. Klopp have ,returned expected home Saturday from M guests of Pvt. Botnmarito'i par and Mill Helen Dent of Miami
from Mrs Cooper' sum- extended trip; I oil, Mr. lOci Mrs Joe Botiuaar.itoa Mr., and Mrs, t. IV Ray left who 'had been visiting at the
11 mfr home Blowing Rock, N.C. ..;...0..... .Mr/ BommarltO'ts the 'for reeeitly to visit ;until September hem of Mr. and Mrs. B.M.Hindmaav.len .
where Mrs .Klopp" .has,been" I Frank Brown president-of.the mer-Miss Mary Sincere of-HolJM \.* with 'relati,,? In Missouri. Tuftda1lw Jacksonville .
.quest'miss. electrIo'dlvllloJa at the Panama Head. .where Miss Helen wUl
: : Canul'.rone. rhliH- yesterday 'Ur L .JVlx'-Wy on "'i*-Mrt.'J.- spend the' remainder or-Mr.vaea- i
Cthel: Nixon> ;*uiiervtsor-o( wltVWs-nlete' ;',-MIsg ,Bertha?L' ,*, et.. Louise and.:Sata Mar- t. B;McElroy.Ittftdetl.ttw.JftIt'taC Uoni with Aer sisterwto II.1.
. .the local"telephOne.JUhM'.w1U| PM.Mr.'Browaiww to,r**** tarot' DicklMoiv-Of Columbus,"" Ca. :rofthe' Homo Demonstration training at St Vincent1 HOI"1.r"'T .
,. resume her duties Aug.tl_after A by. l plane; hit 'BtlboAr'".,NMT Visited Thursday-with their1' "Clip, Senior Coiiattiof.Dade County --
vacationspent,, la Uendenonvllle.Mlui York City when: he will Join.Mr*. and :hunt, Mrs.8. L.Dkkinsoa. >> Url L.. .. 8. Mowry-l -iH-at.k.rhoriew v c
Nixonwa accompanied to Brown for I three-month tou.,0f, . Tuesday S.W. First st,
BenderaonvlUe.b- a JitterMr:*. the! New England --tatet' : Billy Slmmonv'toa of Mr, and .
,J. M. Forte *' Mr -Ii} I II .and'Mrs.. Russell -Walkerof,
v C. X. Slmmonds, left Sun. PIa., rlfIttog Mr. and<< Mrs. JohnT. Mr.
'-" ,),fn..-k 'K Paul it'spending day to,visit relatlvea'io Florence, Martin In Homestead.and Mr.- Jacksonville Ad children,',LaurelndHtoton.vteceMlyvhated ..
' Mn, _C, P.* 'lack on broke.her August. with relatives in. RhodeTsiandr Ala. . and MlY.'\t. D. Cvker'at Jewfish **.' .'. *
hip Saturday: In I fan at her Her daughunMiucs" I Mn.: Moye'l a niece of, .Mr. Co- witS*relatives.
home. She ...taken to. James Myr and Marie Bell,' have been Kelly 'Davit,. eon;of. "Mr. -andMr ker:| -
Archer Smith Hospital and later malting an .ei ended .visit IA Emory H. Davis, .returned J. Uwnnee King son of Mr*. Vl
was tPallBfen-ed.toDade -County nltcol_. last week from TUton, Ga 4 where Mn. F..D. -Mock '''Ldl ola King. I I. visiting relatives In k
Hospital where there l I. specialized 'lt be:had.been. visiting relative. Jolyne,.returned Wednesday Bryan, O.
equipment. for suck treatment House guests of the v: 'and a visit In Edison, Ca.Mm .' lhter'j
Mn L.- B. Crantford'over the Mr. and Mr*. D. M Brannon Mr and Mrs. Edw. 'Anstis..andI
I week-end were Misses Jean and I have returned to their home in S. A. Turner and daughter.!I cons, Jimmy and Billy, left Tuesday
,. Leonard Margaret Hall and Misses Betty Redland after visit for their home In Brunswick <
< M and Mrs. Toy of a with their Betty returned home
: Orlando and their three-year-old and Nellree Baker all of Chat children In Atlanta, Ga. and Harrisburg from Shellman, do, sunda"l l Ca. after a visit here with t
j son. Norman have returned to tanooga. Today Mr. and Mrs. H.1 Pa. visited Mr. and Mrs. Bruce (Continued on Page Seven)
C. A.>2ercrombie and son,
i, their home afterapenting\
!f'''"day here with Mn.Toy's mother several-, ard-: and" Bill -HaU, ,. will arrive the1 :.!';; "!" """ ""'"'"';"!! !I'I'lI'"I'IrTI'II'' ' '! ; '"" ""' """ .' "II'"JIIIIIIIIIII. ' IIII""illJ1llnl'1! ' :
:1 Mn. Fannie Shuler. from Chattanooga to.vtsit. t
Crantfords.A. I I
The Rev. and Mn. Bruce A. W. Hutchlnson': Is spending 1 :
Gumming and their daughters several days In Indlantown this

< are Miss spending Virginia I and brief Mary vacation; Bruce at week. ' $600 Cash !.i r.ir'

Anna Maria Beach near Branden- Miss Jeanette Willets, daughter
lon. Other members of the family 1.attending 'q.
of Mr Roy Darby ... .
Mr. , .
party are summer school at the Florida I. i
' [other, Mn.. Wm. Cummlna"1 State.College for,YomlfIn\, Talla \, '
(liter, Miss Lucy ...... '' :
a brother, Colin Gumming, all of Wfll Handle
Ocala. I Sgt Major Willard Fleming left }
to hit, .
a furlough
Wednesday on "
. Mr and Mn. 'Preston B. Bird 1' home In Topeka; Kan. ."' : 1:1 1 :

and son, David Letter.are spending 'I i. . _. ,:. :
a,'month. at Hollywood Beach. Mr. and Mm-Frank'Bernecker
have returned.from I trip to Vir
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Willets of ginia. During their absence their I :
LoulivlUe, Kyn are expected to children. Elaine and Charles, ACRES"1
- arrive early. next month to..visit stayed In,Princeton with' Mr..-d l 3
with Mr. Willets stepfather and Mrs. Frank HendenoR, in uncle' .
mother Mr. and Mn. Roy Darby and aunt of Mn. Bernecker I' J "

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\ r ,;; ;; ,' ; iii ; :::: : ; 1:: I 1111 Used Guard : flexible, frequent-stop service It11s '
HOMESTEAD ,LEADERAND 24-Hour Army Time as I only natural, with the prophe*,. 'i,
Topics of the TimesBY dee that the helicopter will be *t
Confusion in
-f' ENTERPRISE: : Against adaptable to local service to the a
rn4tt t* lent WELSH air as the motor bus is on the > "

, I ; II Aug. 1ft-On the hunch'sages that go between two differ- highways, that bus operators
rrihw, Moan a III .taaS. ..... hat few things are more puzzling' ent time zones--say from Birmingham should seek to supplement their -,
III OWN seas lIMe .wloll- eo..... The U. S. Postal service states to Washington-time is present lines With the new type --
I, thai Christmas packages for the to layman than the army's way set down In a time reading that of air carrier. Because of their j '
.1Swi boys overseas should be mailed of reckoning time Colonel Fran.cis Is constant anywhere.in the present facilities, the bus lines J
I sad ww between Sept 19 and Oct. 19. J. Magee, Fourth Service Command world at a given moment.Th' can provide local air service at ', '

sAalaara,....U"CII... Rare ARCasi Here ls hoping you may hand signal officer, bares these'': reading arbitrarily1 chosen capita expenditures and operitV(
them to the ,boys personally. top-drawer notes on the most for this purpose ls the time of dayit Inf .osti incomparably lets than **'

BART II.FMZLL.. aM se.wauseCarrrrox Drcculeos Lloyds, the great English concern, timely of,(II subjects, time itself,' happens to be in Greenwich, wxl .>e necessary It undertaken '" '
la taking odds on a basis of eight O. I version: !' ',England, which Is right outside of by any other form of transports'Hon. '
a"TIe to five that the war will be over In the first place, and 'this Is. London and Incidentally U also ." $

.. 1IMe ca.a/a _. IOor' ..48.1113Oer1i before Christmas where the trouble begins, thetarmy t zero longitude on your atlas. The An Important point. In, conned ,
., new Cwstr:: ;Mi as, 51,55 must protect Itself from!time numbers, aay. 1400, art 'followed tlon with the proposed helicopter .
e Sthel t ,... ..... An army ,chaplain, 'addressing having an 'order tor/six In the by the letter Z. To Interpret air service Is that Its development 'V .
the' Sanford, Fla., KUwsnls Club, morning i $mistaken for an order i what time that Is .where you will provide particularly; Ultabl,',
.aswed nk If. as Itlt...was M Ik dam* MM-rfrte.-M said the most popular song among to be,acted i upon at dx In, the(:: are, you just add e r'subtract the employment to ,the .thousands\ omen /,>'* .'
mad" w sA erEWA the boys overseas was The Old evening pence the 14-hour clock 'time difference betweetl'our who have bred trained ks.pl.; "

i 0. Ism Rugged Cross", that the army Is In the H-hour: .clock: system, 13,rhouse, and ,Greenwich. ;jots or mechanics with the military, :, "*
cleaner,morally, than the 1I1T-1I noon li 12 o'cock, just-the way So-a-o It you' lave': in Home-- air forces. '

Sermon of the ,Flowers one and that its motto Is "Fight It'. Blwjfs been.rBut 'one" p. &n.1) stAd, FU., and you're* reading Bus line applications now pond- ',-' .
without fear for a peace without becomes 1'} o cluck, two .p. m. becomes this page of the aIm.nac..1 lag before the CAB range: 'from 'J? :
:Ci By Annie ,Majrnew Fitzpatrick hate." 14 o'clock: (ojr: "fourteen seven-thirty p. nv, lea 1930,for all ."feeder services up ,to fa l'ItemI 1
F Green hundred hour," as the army calls the troops training In your reg of helicopter air buses over neari -1.'.
and '
cum murky waters It), and I ion. But for the
soon who
I -ones are v
lily pads afloat, So with the end In sight the ly 50,000 miles of routes: pi praetically *;
Are you :still ,here? Next we' fighting all around the globe, ''
authorities begin to about all cases, the proposed vj
: worry
In the slimy depths an alligator come to Z.time. The army also' wherever they may be, it's 2330Z 'J;.
hiding the eight million women war service covers the territory now
guards against misunderstandings Which Is comfort and
a great
1 workers was to get themin served highway buses and will
But : May by
there aloft on lender stems, bout time dlferences that arise convenience to the War Depart. .
but getting them out Is quite be Integrated with the motor
confidently, because, for example, It's lunchtime -::, ment and as such certainly seems '
another matter.On coach schedules. >
; Lotus bloom are riding. in Dixie when It's teatime worth putting up with, at least /

Not lotus I In England. So far all the mes-' for the duration '.
only blossoms of transcendent the Seine, near Its mouth In Service sUbbmw

i beauty the Normandy area of France Is Suggested awards for the brave
But hyacinths and ihell-llke llllei the old city of Rouen, now practically Postwar Plans for Helicopter Air I girls on the home front: "*
frosty white I ,
deserted and in ruins as a Purple Heart-to the girl who .
Had and come filth up, through the 'time result of the war-war both makes Service Are Made by Bus Companies, eets, one evening at the canj.3

and destroys history. It was here a real Prince Charming, ,
I teen
A heart uplifting sight' that In 1429 a 15-year-old girl }! tall, dark and handsome and, oh
Washington, Aug. 10 - That paratlvely new form of public
And etched themselves told the French officer she had attentive only to hear him say,
II they more than 70 bus companies have transportation, scarcely older so ,
upon my memory received a divine call to lead themto applications before the Civil Aero. than the airlines as an Industry,! "And this picture Is my wife and 1'1
Touched with sparkling dew. I I victory. She was Joan of Arc, nautlcs'Board for permission to When the first busses Jogged over'' kid"

caught sometimes'called the MaId of Orleans establish local air service, usually the rutted dirt roads less than i Campaign Ribbon-U, S.. O.
The meaning of the sermon that and was successful In several with I. Arthur of Operations the i
helicopters seen by three decades ago, many persons Theater
Their lovliness had brought.It I II Instances but was capturedand I M. of Nlonal bravely approaches that ,Jt
Hill, president the (- were not convinced that the automobile girl who _
I sold. Later she returned
Association of Motor Bus serviceman sitting on' the : i
practical solitary
was entirely
'DU' ,'
matters not from what ) to Rouen for trial for heresy and
spring before an ecclesiastic tribunal I Operators; an Indication of the' "Within that brief time, ,the nation divan, only to hear him say,, "LIs- / J

That thing can never bar sorcery, found guilty and ordered advanced postwar planning withIn has been given a great new ten sister If I"wanted to dance *

You from your heritage of life- burned at the stake. The sentence the Industry. system of highway transportation.I!(I'd be dancing. flj'
4 What count li what you are. was carrl ed out on May 30, 1431. There are some who consider The bus lines have established facilities Victory: Ribbon World War It \.i*
} Her family succeeded, 39 years these plans visionary," Mr. Hill reaching Into thousands of I -to the girl who jets stuck with, Jj
later. In having a rehearing of the told "They forget that Intercity communities that are without the Quiet corporal discovers h.'aI. 'A
Go-to-School Drive
I case and her name was cleared of bus lines are pioneers In a com- other forms of public ranlporta-I perfectly swell guy, and hears !'
Because of a war-caused the charges but It took another tion. Those who I him say (and mean it), "And I .'.;,}.
I| 18 yean to get an official declar- operation have gained wide experience I had to be drafted to meet your '*
shrinkage In the nation'
high FROM OUR MAIL BOXA In the country's need for -She Magazine. ;Ii
school population until It li now I ation of the finding.MOWING .

back to levels of 1934. a national --' = i
gu-to-school-drlve" Is being
sponsored by the Chlldren'i Bu1reau 1 War Wife Writes I'

of the Department of Labor (Continued from Page One)
and the U. S. Office of Education Editor Leader-Enterprise:
of the Federal Security Agency,I July by Fire Chief *Elmer.. Sulli The poem which follows was I
in cooperation with Office of van. written for my husband, the
War Information dt with the endorsement Thirteen arrests, all found guilty sweetest husband girl ever had. t tZ11
of the War Manpower: and $386 In fines, all collectedIn It was written Feb. 18, 1943-six A '
Commlifion cash, were reported by Police I days before he left for the army. 1%
Three million )young people of I Chief a H. Sullivan Cost of He Is now In the Signal Corps In

high school age now are workingfull feeding prisoners was $1.53. India, A am very proud of him. .e
or part time In this country.1IDba John Craves was granted a per- A devoted wife,
have been the big reason they| mit to move a garage from Lot 3. Bettle Wood Brannen. r
Block 3 of Royal Palm Addition I
young people have not gone on to
high chool. The lure of big mon- to Lots 1 and 2, Block > of MY HUSBANDMy
has been factor. Other factor Boulevard Addition at a, cost<< of
ey a dear, the wind Is softly blowIng -I
*-detlre to help the nation, to ISO. tonight
help an employer, and to help the'I S. A. Turner was granted a per- To me the world seems so still
mit for f250 repairs to a buildIng -
family--all play a prominent part
Somehow It brings back sweet j I
In keeping people out of on Lot S2of Free'i Addition
young memories,
school. II A. H. Price was advised by' the I
Memories no war can kill. n
council that he might move no

more houses Within the city limits This world may be In an uproar, t
CAPTAINS TO REPORT until he obtained a permit and The war may take many a life, O&u 4 Rao A.

(Continued From Page One) put up a deposit to cover possible I, But nothing can take you away 4\'
cul butchers have damages from met -
agreed to sup
ply, grind and store the meat' will always be" your wife. Telephone Lines to the. Front

needed In the program, reported, The Best. Hewtver You may.be' (one for months or
Mr. Wales The matter of the household, years.

Necessity for the concerted to-i I exasperated by tile new" cook's attempts | may shed many tears and be As battle roB on to victory and vast new areas are conquered -

\ eel campaign as stressed by Mr. at cooking a meal asked lonely the need for tremendous amounts of telephone equipment
Miller of the health unit who aid: her to come to the breakfast table. But I shall always remember these
that rat-borne typhus definitely! After a long tirade he pointed 1 happy. few months becomes more and more argent ,
t Is on the Increase with three to'' (t his plat. And our love for each other Since: the dart oi the war the huge'telephone manufacturing .

five new cases being reported;, "Look at that piece of bacon I only. plants .! the Bell System have been concentrating do
weekly In Miami Exterminationof I've served wife he said
my the manufacture of telephone equipment for war use exclusively "
one female rat now will mean "Absolutely uneatable And this Don't feel too, bad, about going,
the breeding of 21.000,000 fewer i piece fve taken for myself Isn't my darling: to Insure that there shall be no shortages of telephone -

rots within a two-year period, Mr much better."-Exchange.wrramm Maybe it U better this way. equipment on the war fronts
Miller pointed out. as the ro-i And ...hetIou com*, home" Ill" be Just before war started.the Southern Bell Company completed
dents produce litters of from nine!i waiting for:,you. "
f large. of expansion of central office and outside 1
program :
to II young every three or four iI There wllllbeHhovwar In .our
months I I IAn I iI way" yOur . plant facilities. ,Tata enabled na to' onttnoo installing

Informative "trailer" on rat "something' telephones alto tile .a..w.dun of IctrphoM equipment foe
I JIIII.. love Is deep and
eradication has been loaned the l strong civilian nee bad stopped. .

; general committee for showing at You are any on* and only Now, however, the tormal reserves of awitchboarda wt<*.'

I the local theatre.Campaigns similar. to the district I .OMBfl WAR ni miss. you my'..dar..... .' ". cables and inetnamenla hate been used up, and we hare

rat eradication program are . Until you come back sway people ee ow writing Bats lor service. But wai's (jaedomttt .
you back
STUMPS And until come Ill, be
brine Initiated by Miami Beach lonely come first, ao foe same tine we at home continue 'I

and South Hollis Barrowof III' to meN the Boat and the 'best ws of what we sow ha**.
South Miami attended the I Will try not to cry when I kiss

meeting to obtain Information on you goodbye,
organization, There win be time later for A._B. Doour Florida Mender 0,

.fd rather lost my right hand As time goes (Jongleur love will \
than alga a document to perpetuate .1 I grow strong SHTHlfl lEUTEUHMC H9 ,TtLKBIfl tWMW ,
., MM Usyter' nMe.- ra-{ For each other down, through sr..ra.
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\ :"' : these loans as well aa tenant, than five pounds and hove Combined \ri1
: Three Kinds of Remedies of not
THE share-croppers and farm laborers dimensions more "
( .1 with firming experience. County than 31 Inches Officials advise "!

(Needed for Garden Pests I II. HOME committees that pas upon ellgl wine labels that wont come off \ ,
FROG Wit, of applicants and value of and putting an extra address

I I.. I atueuls. sense er ... ranaw.eq farms are Instructed not to ap- side. Don't send perishables, In'i''i'
prove) loans for purchase: of farmsat warn, and don't put edibles t
Inflated price, Families receiving the same box with durable gifts. ,t
Asks Complete Social Security loans have the help of the ..
We will not have a just system Farm Security Administration By the use ot the new insecticide :" ,

of social security until all county supervisor In following DDT, apples, onions, oran,.. " \
w workers, no matter what their practices that will provide adequate and crapes... being protected '
1 employment, are covered Paul living and produce a maximum against Insect that normally 1 }'
V McNutt, Federal Security Ad.mlniitrator of war foods. cause much damage, the War
a I declared In connection e Production Board report A

I with the announcement that onAugust Steve Are Easier le let War Food Administration official' i

B the Social, Security Anyone who has '11I other says that In experiments conducted -
Board would begin to pay off on means of cooking la eligible for on the West Coast result Indicate -
Its one millionth benefit In forts a stove rationing certificate; un- a very high degree 'of Insect e
under Federal Old-Age and Survivors der easier rationing regulations control DDT U being successfully f

Insurance. The benefie- announced. by OPA.II used by the armed fore i'
lirle are a war-worker's widow, e e e* for, killing files. lice and other

Mrs. Mary Rex Thompson Parma, >1. Your Merchant Cv PaperIf Insects, f
Ohio; and her two children Mrs.Thompson's ,
husband and his your merchant doesnt wrap -................................ t
employer -
I your package as well M he used
each had paid $143 In to, just remember that the War Your Dates With
premium now amount Production Board has asked him
to month and total
$58.41 a
to save paper by doing sway with
as much as .5.t82.1 Although all unnecessary wrapping and usIng Uncle Sam F'
12 million farm worker and eight
| million 'other types of worker sparingly such'gift wrapping ..................................... ,i.
as remain. Other conservationmeasures
and self-employed persons are not your merchant has been MEATS. FATS-Red 10-point

"now covered by social security liked to follow: 1, avoid double stamps At through It and AS
benefits, the Social Security board wrapping, such as paper over a through C8 good Indefinitely. D5 I ,: I
has recommended to that ..
Congress box; 2, avoid Inner stuffing or will become valid Sunday. On
|coverage be extended to all these Inner wrapping unleae necessaryfor Sunday point values will be restored .

A deed Sprayer Creates a Mist Which Penetrate I* Every ,[groups now excluded. protection; I, avoid decorative to tinned fish Yuan, pork
Part st .1'1a.1.. e e e effects that use extra paper; and loin and utility grade beefsteak

'Insects and plant diseases give attacking vigetiblei The principal I Reclaim Quarter of Million Men 4. Inform customers of necessityfor Beef roasts and utility grade lamb io
: little trouble to Victory gardens asa contact Insecticides are nicotine, Treatment of syphilis is responsible the simplest gift wrappings, will become ration-free. j\ .
rule. But it Is so easy to give your frrelhrum and rotenone (darns). for the presence In the e 0 aMen PROCESSED GOODS-Blue 10-
garden complete protection, that It Stomach potion Iniactlelde i armed forces of 129,000 men who from 17 to 25 years old are point stamps At through Z8 and :
Is foolish for any gardener to nig- which are used to kill insects which
otherwise would have been unfit indefinitely
this. tat admitted on a state quota bull AS through FS food ,
led plant leave and itemi. ThI.1Includl
for service, and for making 140- the Merchant Marine Academyat ; ,
Both insects and diseases are controlled worm and caterpillars, to SUOAH-Stamps 30, 11 and S3
beetles I 000 others available for service Kings Point, N Y, which has
by spray and dusts; the grubs, grasshoppers ind In Book Four food Indefinitelyfor
lime material are used in both borer The chief stomach poison unless otherwise disqualified the trained and commissioned 1800 five poundi.
wars, and whether you dust or used on vegetable are arsenate of U. S. Public Health Service reports. men for executive duty In the of :
Stamp 40( good for S pound
spray U entirely a matter of your lead, calcium arsenate rotenone Merchant Marine, the War Ship. of
Feb. U
eheice. Both are equally effective, and cryolite. e e e Administration canning sugar through
bet: in email garden, dusting re. Any observant gardener can ten ping e .says.e next year. Spare stamp 37 food
quires lei expensive equipment, Into what clan the trouble he withe Te Help Tenants Biy Farm I for tinning sugar until Mar. 1, t
and take less time. to combat falli. The Insects which Approximately 2,700 familiescan Army postal officer are preparing IMS.
The chief cause of errors In crop tuck plant Juice ire visible and be started on the; road to to move about twice ai. \ r
SHOES Airplane stamps I and !
protection i* found in confused usually cluster around the tender owning their own farm with the many Christmas parcels as were -
thinking by the gardener, when he new leave of plant They do n" allocation of the 13 million dollars handled last year, while the navy 2 (Book I) food Indefinitely i
chooses the material to use. There cause hole In leaves but malt authorized for tenant purchase mail service expects nearly four GASOLINE-A-11 coupon good t .
them wrinkle.
ii mill excuse for this confusion curl up, or loan this under the times the volume of gift handled through Nov. (.
Leaf year
'line there are only three types of eater, on the other hand
remedy used In sprays and dusts, lit, hotel in the leaves, and art Bankhead-Jones Farm Tenant last year through fleet postofflce FUEL OIL-Periodi 4 and I 1
,. etch has a different purpose, and \usually city to and. Fungi aces Act, WFA says Under the "GI In New York and Sin Francisco coupons remain food through ;<
In a few minutes' study the whole mould discolor leaves, causing Bill of Rights," veterans can get: Packages should weigh not snore Sept. 30. :
story can be learned. wilt, and brown, dead ipoti. e
But the alert gardener will n." '-3
These are the three types of gar wait until of these .
any signs '
. den dusts and :
sprays 1
trouble can be icen. Ho will Inform
I ;, Fungicides, which do not kill in. himself about the pelt to i.:*
, sects. but protect plants from expected, and begirt to spray r.. I '
|! moulds, and fungi. These include dust before he sees them. His pi 1 I'I
.', various combination of copier and pott ii not to repair damnfr j
? .- sulphur, such as bordeaux In ':::Jre, fir that Ii Impossible; he must pre.: '
v, dusting sulphur and var!ous tuiytr rent It In small gardens there liu '
t dusts old under trade M:=:' relatively few crops which rcft
> Contact insecticides, nest : era Detection, from pests which -I acrll .
I Cy uied against Insects tha1 > i:* i: known and whose visits are ?!. ,
( :. eat plant leaves, but suck: . ; I Ii o.t certain to occur, It I* .t>"y
from leaves and < > '3tri what these are and to ti,: 1
i i killed mutt be Ilt'i; i : "'tar as of protection In adv r.:.
| *T .pn,. These insects i-' Cu visitation '
, ,*", lice iphidi), leaf .* lime to spray or du.ll. ..I,*nj
hJ( scale insects the ., 'sits and Insects are yc ,.i. I H j' ": S t

't- > NOTICE 1

I ',,', His Interpretation.

"" does Poetic this Hiker,glorious(to farmer setting): "And sun ( Biff War'Bonds I ;,

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The City Council will meet each
I Farmer (mopping his brow): TODAY- '
. . 0171 say It does. It means I can i

,I ", go eventually home-Exeb.ne.unhitch the. horse and -For Future NeedsGr I Monday from 8 p. m. to 9 p. m. through I : f

the month of August beginning August

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J' l Incoming officer of the noble grand; ...... M. L. WlM Au,. 14-Meeting of Princeton Astra Chapter of the Order Mn. Maud C. Chandler sister of.Mn.

' Rebekah Lodge were left supporter to the. noble grand; Casualty Station. of the Eastern Star will observe Davis, will be'offered tar

Monday evening by Mrs. Mix Hugh Seattle, right supporter Aug -Meeting of W S. C. S Robert Morrison Day on Au,. 30 sale at price ranging from one
If Cram of Coconut Grove, Install-.1 to the vice grand; Mn. E. with Mrs J. 1.. Ballard. dollar to twelve dollars, and one-
with a covered dish dinner at half the proceeds will be givento
ft deputy president and her U Sullivan, left supporter to the Aug. SO-Covered dish dinner
Ink team, vice grand; ":'Mn. Martin Frame of Ad:Astra Chapter of OtS. at 810: p. m. at the home of Mr.: the relief fund. .

1 ( New officers are: Mr. J.. pianist Sam J. Davis'home.Sept"4 and ,M.... Sum .J. Davis. worthy ; Prospective guests, are asked tonotify
J Iernour'noble'grand; M...-A.-IL Three local lodg member were Of I HuslneaaWOlMft' patron and. worthy matron,of-the; the hostess ,by Monday.
Vice-grand Mn. Belle to'dtatrlct.office Mn I. .eetInI. : 1ot: t
Oorday; ; named : Circle Ol Baptist W.u.s."ttl chapter. MrsMabeUe. .Rae 'Aug.. ihelr Intention, *. .
V Garret, chaplain;Mrs Rufus Gra- P. McLeauy retiring noble grand,: . ) o .. -.. ... ., : .
IHknv warden;. Mr* Irene Shank was.named-.district'dep'mV vtee-i \ Mrt. S, UrWetS "' worthy' grand matron:of the or"j ,

f .to, eonduetreMr Un. /.-,H. DU- president; Un.' Anna. Blanch: ... pL.:t I Meeting-- oT Hedtand' der, 1* expected be present: Creteof; theBaptist ,W.x.s.I1: (
with Mrs.WaryT. program wilt follow the-dlnneR- '
'/ on, aside guardian;.Mn. B.-A Ch pmaa.-- district--secretory and KetfhborhoodCTtib\ . ;
; .. 'Al| .memben-of the eheptettandtheirfamiltesare theltoAprp1: ; 6.3t'S r.' ic-. "
L 6tatf rd, outside guardian; Mn Mn. Martin .Trame.diahiat plan .
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: Invited'ta'theparty. -. ,
dance'j;onsoredttyjWoman'f .to.
O C ,:'right suppt/rtet'to tats Sept, .
4 :Oub' of H mstead-: which with be a benefit'for *Xth. vUUnr?oart.wete..,14r .. i '
the ChIna Relict FuinLi Member L ,Crarslordu ra.Jta.Qoro .
o 'J
IU: :MRS. CHAS..:BEHRENS, HOSTESS :SUNDAY .j $-Meetituot.ttM'W.II. will bring e:special offering,,:and ..,..MIIt.-.o..C.' 8a4t r4. Mr*. Me, :
$. Circle Two:.Of? rinft; Baptist some"white MlM Ruth .
:. /AT.FAMILY.REUNIONHEIDIN.HER_. HOME hurch.ot Homestead with Mn: elephant'1wbtch;van C4moeJ MiceAlmaPierceend.Miss; Uable- Pope,
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be auctioned
to swell' ,thefund.: Karl'Mgpfl.u .
.,Mi*. Chu. Behrenf was hoalent ,Miami; and Mrs,. J. McCratx t ld U .Kendrlck. Several other, article*, 'abov will. \II.I.R.\ : Edwards ,wag, ,."
'. a family reunion held Sunday ,Miss.Dorothy Btnrent..W<| rffomHt.
at her home in Princeton Behrens of.Princeton.At ., ", jrome' Demonstration Club. A collection painting iby TS? group. will meet',S** ,. '4. .

Present besides Mrs. Behrens ,,'lth::Mn. S..L,:West. . .

were: Mr. and' Mrt. Paul Let of EPISCOPAL\ RY.TO 'SEND .GIFTS .1 211E4. KIRBY IS .B08TE89. "
Miami and sons Edward and Rody TO ".M.B./ CIRCLE TWO PRINCETON STATIONSETS
: Pvt and M.... Ceo W. Koael. TO MEN. OF CHURCH SERVING ,OVERSEAS Circle Two of the W M.S. of the MPOBTANT-MCET MONDAY ..'

Jr.;and children, Richard and First Baptist Church of Homestead Ajl members and former member 1
Margaret; Mr. and M.... R. J. Arthur I the meeting of the Woman's by auxiliary member who will met Au,. 3 at the home. of of the Princeton Casualty

Jr.. of Miami and children Auxiliary of SUJohn' Episcopal j lend Present them were Christmas M.... gifts.F. W. Still- M.... T. E. Klrby. \ Station are urged by Mrs. Eugene .

:Barbara Jean and Warren, MnIt. Church Friday-at the home of M. 14.... Present were Mrs. T. T Bow. Fontaine captain,: to attend the
Mn F. White
{ J Arthur of Jacksonville, M.... I Mia Mary Jackson, the names ot Henry man Brooker, Jrn Mn. Lee H. en, Mn. F. N. Irwin' M.... James monthly meeting on MondayNight
1 ;W. C. Goodrich of Fort Lauderdale I tjie C. Van, Mn. Cerda Freed MnFred Au,. 14 when plans of
service from who
men Lehman, Mrs. J. E Gauzeni, MnG.
MnHarry Le Huquet, of. the:;serving overseas were. drawnTASTY :..Roman and Miss Jackson .1.1In .McGraw, Mn El'fleal.l'ran-; . :Importance to.the.station .persont* '\
cia and .
Philadelphia and children. MarJorie I : Mn 11:. C ICawrence.The : neF'Vill' discussed.:

Donald, Kenneth and How A group will meet Sept 7
ard, Mn. Frank Potter, John Ma- meal preparation there Is more with M.... Sid L. Kendrick. Dr. Brewster1 office wfll be
Bony and Mill Evelyn Arthur of TIPS lime to do other thlngi. Jessie I
all Mrs.
kept by
1 open! summer
Alice Dine home economist, says AMERICAN INDIAN TOPIC'OF
Her office hour win
.EOLAN 'CLUB APPOINTS that It left-over meat la In the BAPTIST .W.M.S. CROUP bet Brewster. *

NOMINATING COMMITTEEA refrigerator or ready-to-cat meat A program on the American Monday afire'Thanday t* U11a.m.
I II available at the market, dinnercan Indian was directed by Mn J. L.
+/ committee to nominate of- A hearty salad served In Individual be ready In a jiffy featuringa Kulp at the meeting Monday ev- .
lacers for the Redland Home Dem- delicious Saturday 4 to I R ...
itew. at the Business
ening: Women's
qnitratlon Club'a September election bowls I It I satisfying sum !
1 Will named at the July meetIng when Quick Stew, .------ ------"'- ---_.(- .:
mer supper, especially
t diced cooked
by Mn. J. D. Wyaong. president served with finger. sandwtohei cups to-eat neat or 'J TH' DIt O 'SYORI In .p.Uu4 f. fM 1I I

Committee members are and carrot strips. Cup cake tang l S tablespoons drippings
Mn Seymour Dane, Mr. D. M.
milk might be the easily prepared t tablespoons flew
Brannon and Mn J. T. B. Me- .

Clroy The club will recess for dessert Frankfurter tots Bewl . Brown 1 tm cooked vegetable meat seep In drippings \. -set. DIXIDftI: U':;' .......

August 1H cupa sliced frankfurters add flour and'a can of ..'t,....... . : : ....
Talks the recent 4-H abort
2H cup cooked kidney beans, vegetable soup. Heat and serve onlot *
r course held in South Miami were biscuit or potatoes. fee S* aad.MMr .
or 1.No. ] can kidney beam
given by Catharine Thompson
4 pickle
:Margaret Gaby and Myra Jane cup
French! dressing JELLIED TONGUE -
:Basher who attended from the
1 head lettuce
Kedtand 4-H. A whole tongue In. gelatin
H large sliced onion
A quiz on mead was conducted Combine sliced frankfurters mold make an impressive meat =

t y Miss Eunice Grady. with drained kldijer bean Add wish which I* easily prepared. A

Members present were: M.... sour pickles and T4 cup Frenr% A clear mold of this tasty meat

Raymond Barnes, Mn. E. F. Ray, dressing. Chill. Wash lettuuf combines well with many other
I Mn J. A. Rotherham. M.... w.n separate leaves and break Into foods
Mahnn, M.... Wm. Hauien MnChat. Jellied Tongue 0
pieces J'lace.altemale layers offrankfurters
Pratt Mn. 1 tongue, beet 'veal
Ceo Wingate and bean mixture or Tooth Powder 21

Mn. Fnllon Sage; Mn.. Rother 'and lettuce-and onion. it a,.ity- WaterI MAGNESIA
ham Mrt. McElfov and }12n. Wyong -low *ajad bowl L pour over this large onion Thu pletumlr| flavored tooth powder it a family
the remaining > French dreaalnll. 1 tablespoon whole clove favorite! Specially pcindlX ,

".................................,? Toss before serving in Individual 2 bay leave JM
.. bowls Serve 6. n' I 2 tablespoons gelatin Briten Tooth Powder ir t,, 39
Workers needed at the
are Wash tongue and cover with
: led Cross surgical dressings water If It U fresh tongue addS \ y This big-wiling powder brightens (your teeth u u S|
workroom from I to S each teaspoon salt Add onion ;/ clrintt Generous lite.
I' How to save tin so that the cloves and bay leaves Cover and
day except Saturday and prate +
day is long enough to do all the simmer until tender, allowing one Klenzo Antiseptic 111r.1 49c f

Bandar. things that have to be done is aproblam. hour to the pound. Remove the .

.................................... When less time Is spentDEFENSE tongue from Its hot cooking water The popular ipicy B ored antiseptic for oral hygiene.
and plunge It into cold water.
This will make the skin easier to L Klenzo Tooth Brushes Manta 29 /

remove, ft the cold water,
and Choice of your favorite It)I le: tufted,convex,0|OviL J V"tr&
split the skin peel It off. Place
tongue In mold. Strain the cook. iRl"W"! S Ing liquid and dissolve gelatin in

It Bring to boiling point and
pour over tongue. Allow to cool.
This make an attractive dish to
slice at the table. A four-pound '
tongue will serve II.Peeeem.hi KITS
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fil4 .j.AU.-.m, Seap save wan need when
r A few grain ot buttered popcorn jot you
AID tossed on the soup just before -.l1r. 24.,...FUMtt Manual, 98 C
nYOUREDS. serving will do wooden for included wide every kit,MIll what

e flavor and look, too. to do whom emergencies arise
W. 0 pressed.w" fheM stn ..... t tar "" / '

.... "_or- ... .......' YfJiR fra It a favorite recipe call for Vw .- t t .59." ss..aah.49r "

\ t mato sauce and there Imt any In
\ the pantry use brown gravy Instead. JaIl -.a

,, Eyegtotse* It win give the dish a
,II pleasing new flavor. -

\t t \ .r.. your MUST Ja. .


....Mwl.e s. are ............ Kedland Boad between Avocado and tctve . '
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w a .... of

M" BRACKIN'S heaved Pianoforte'and Theory Ii

'IM N. m. >*.. w any" ps.ftnwksb .- rolls jCytopnovM' PStuK -AccofwaViiV. ,
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11:94<'- :'';, HOMESTEAD LEADER-AND'..EKTERPRISfr __ ._n. n'n.. _. _.' .Psi Seven.. . .
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w***** MV4'!**)*** !*** Mf.and. Mn." E. A. 'Chaae. of tfh+e-euno. roti Dofw Sn Azle: s.Mrs. .:
: Miami andtheft'ion; Eddie.were ,.Mtaaaco '"..!-MJai .L lU..1 f" :
AROUND Sunday guest of Mr rtd "Mrl. Ron. ,i 'c i
Fritz Schroeder. CpL and Mrs. Kurt Arvldson:{ I

HOMESTEAD are.parent of a five-pound nine- .

Mr*. P. A. Bowmaa oC Miami ounce girl who was bona Aug. ..a.e .f RATE: First I4aerton' | lOc ; ;subsequent insertion ,
1rxtlftayfsxrxtfx'N[ ta/'a and bet daughter, Rhoda Jean; On Aug. *. a* tan weighing five 1 1 So aaJninr '
were Sunday guests of Mn E. pounds, thirteen ounce wa born I __._' ';
(Continued From Page ThIH\ A. Rhode to, Pfc and Mn Samuel J. CVliUl --- uuu. t *

.. Mr. and Mr. B: A. Stafford, itept. FOR RENT WANTED "

.father and mother of Mn Anitls. James Bray left Friday to visit oftMedical patients this week I :

relative In various. part In Ala were: Mrs. C. P. Jackson Mn I FOR RENT-Uafurnlihed email WANTED IX RENT Two-bod-

\, Mr*. A. F. Barber left yesterday bama. Homer Jackson, Mrs. Dayton I 11_ Apply A. J. EMIl, N.W. room hou*. Town or country !

f for a ten-day vacation Hender-' Sedgewick Cooper Mr. Or- Ith ave.and 2nd at. (pall) %Leader>Enterprte Box A-143.

tonville Mr. and Mr*.'Sam Tamaiil and Crude Brownie, n-d Homestead,!1 I tIUU). ;
family returned this week from and T. i. Walker of PerrineMr 1 ROOMSand, apartment.. Ream I II '

Un. Archer DodSon; the,fotmer MalllchuRttlwhera they spent *. Wm Sottile of Homestead I bit rate, hot water and thorn,, WANTED, -Man and wife 'fqr i
Mil Dorothy Kyle; arrived Saturday the lummer underwent a !tonilllsctorny, '1'& Palm 1I Id.'FlarUa 'City.TOR ; grove work. Good house eta 1pmnl.

for .vlK 'here Mlth''her .1 ..*. Apply Jo*, t. Hicks

huihand'i parents'Mt. ind "Mr*. tJ>>1. and Mn William -Adam, . -SALE ion Naranja Fla. phone Sit, :
J. H Dodson, and her brother- of Miami were week-end guest a... (a4U) '
lav-law and litter, Mr'and "MI'I. of Mr. and Mn. .W, t Myen.' i iMr. Ala CONWTIONSD' i ELECTRIC STOVE with S burner : .

.- Bfneat Sherard\. Mrs.''sDodson ha ROLLER SKATE + *. 'oven and fireleai, oIr r; WANTED-Fmh, Juicy figs, and (
been living In Dodge City K6i. and Mn Lawrence Becker 1 Ever'Ready electric pump A-l lie and kind. South Dad ;.
',where, Lt Dodcon fl.. ">B-26'1nVuctor.at of Fort Pierce, Mil Nary :Becker' 'IN COMFORT : J, condition. Phone tUOM.(alit)) i Farm,. First National 'BaBM i
an army:air, \>III. En of Miami and Grover and :Bunny .. <. (JT
hereriht vtlUed for .T*.t...t.M .. IL aa P.]L
routf several Becker of Key Welt pent Suh-f! :RARE.AND UHUSUAI.tree* ailtUnla. .
............. IS Lau
week,with xclatlve lit" 'Clear.vvpler day here at theBecker, home: .a t Landacaplnrand graver WANTED .Good ud rural film /

planting. Sunny Grove Nur- SmJth-Cravea Furniture Co. \ ;
r- ..:w....;,. JAMES AKCimt nwrm Venetian ma.-Palm Ave. S mile west (m18tq
I" Mr 'S. H.'Fifth: '*n*: \daughter, HOSPITAL NEWS of Florida City phone U3-W .

: Mr*. Emma)Eby: :- of Corlpitton( -Skating Rink, : I (a2 tf) WANTED-Repair work, It"
Ky, returned to Homestead' Sun.' build[ cement '
Whit. ) work ropflnfcetc.
.. dafter Fteltlng In South Miami ; Mr. and 'Mr*. ney Beam I7H 6W t7th Are. f'Ua"- f. STAtlOMI'1BILE. llUt Hour Mission Boxes.
at the 'horn* (If' !>Ira. Addle are parent of 'a ".even-N uhd "' Honteitead. (diet)
.. 'Pitt, another daughter, *off Mr.*, four-ounce aon* ....ho. wat born " KEYS lost be. ;
:' Jatnei Archer t
t Smith
't'ltc'I Auft: at
tween my ,blYlte and Brown'drug s MOTII'IO.'PPLR.ION' I.
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Hospital. Store. H. A Cameron. POll TAX DUD I
A (weighing even pound rerl rean>.4 Chapter Kin.A... rf l.4l W
even ounce wa born Aug t to
I fell I. Inn. bolder if state m.4 Comets
T Bf Warrene:, ..", Sift, and Mn Wilmer Roger of CAB SERVICEat Ii.i.' PERSONAL Tu OrtKloM \ ...1 11 1 sod *ITt tantnllh J
Florida City. Mn Roger I I. the fat 4w uf Jaw A. O 14*. h.. lllMlMM
I ISgt. 1* lei Wire. tot ku Mrft .K4kMkn
Tht! WWJTC. will meet tonight former Miss Lois Loper. !' reaaeoabl rata bF 'YOU want to get married, for a Ui deed M W IMVH Um e.
and Mn James Manasco ''an. Said c..t"..... MbmM ttx M.
at the hone of Mn Margaret ,
j! write Box
i) Wash., lew/aa N.wribed Drury Is aM 0..... 1
Kennedy I are parent CJf.n eight-pound! : (J2Itf) u> Dwta. ..... oFkrM.. ....ltl
Day Phone'91C18Night 4 tot '1. suck ... FnlfoH k. te ....
FrItz Schroeder underwent CARD OF THANKS j : a.etlen C. AMWM. a auMtvM. rtaM. !
NOME Or 'AW.KATIONroc Beek fM a. to the Coo-to of D.d.'
appendectomy at the James Archer Wt wish to thank our friend Phone ..___ 239 TAX Data sate ol "......,, w wibrM ta CwttfU .
Smith Hospital Thunday for[ their kindnesses before and : Chvtrr eo1rs-.I.t..1 .(Ml r5. No. 1111 The .mMmmt of MMr 1
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File A ants <* Under Uw M Cet\" k ** ;
after our recent bereavement HOMESTEAD CAB SBETIOiF. NOTICR II HEREBY GIVEN that w !. UM MM rf Dwh D.. O.. ,
Harry Degler cf Key West visited W. H. Owen. Cad H. ll.iaiiaia ..d Both L. Urn.hoWm 5..4 IT, Block M, rnlfoH kr tin M.
Un O.' Flus err. Pre* aiwa+.., w f Taw..1 Penh Ml.awl Borden 0, Aaead.d. a a.bdlrYI., Pies )
Anna Blanche Mrs. Nellie Torbert /
Chapman. 1M OoitlflaM... MS leaved tin Book II. rn .. hi the CoiMity '"f 0iw .
thin week ':' and children I JTU. ohr ...JUM. A. D. sass, .... flip BUM Bf KlorW. u ....* I I. CooUfkcw
,- I. y ,dfkq aad. ..._._ usil.A No. 1171 The _moiit .. was.
,:ut -: llui .tie" (61*." deed J. .. ...** ,t6.noa, errant UBotT. tin MM OrrtlfbnU .low*. .1}
I.Iot.Inc.... _"'- ..? ... f.ll.wlaa'. WM I* Uw HUM of .- Do.. Co.llnlow n
-.... ...... 1n on Onsets, 55 D.eS omU t) nlfl...to< ...... kt ,|W'o ,
'bra of Klorkta, t.wltt ........ >ordllic W low tAW mwrtf .... -
I M4f ft at La' III.... I. GrIIff.. ecrlb. .d UKraln will W odd w the 11,1..et .
I BU__ JWk' N>uu>. n.t Houk, I, ...... M 'tin Court HI UM derv ..
RELEASED BY THE ARMY rPHM II*, ----. 'as;' T.wmkll the firm MOIMW .to Uw. .i.iitk .of Sass
1 kin 12.4' wklrit I* Mw ,.t k omr "'lIM4. 41f
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t't.'j : 'NOW OPEN' YEAR 'AROUND 1-. ,4 e.ld .thin 1.t'das'.f AimMt, 1144.K J
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NEW CABANA CLUB Outside Dade County : 1 )'r.. 2.00

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.Op Nightly at Swimming Pool and 'Te'nnis. Court Date .. _. .

ll.m lcd Leader,
II N. W. Third St. Hoaveatead. Tic

MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT RECREATION Enclosed Dad f ..., for which pfeate'nail the Leader

for _..,.._.._....... BMBtha tat

Transportation Service for Guests: -Station Wagon wi'l' meet NAME ...... .. .. ._..._.- .. .....' _. ____. .. _..._ .. ; !

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Box 747,: Daytona Beach, Florida] ..__CAREFUL. CHECK.ON..NEW" FOR.ACCURACY, _----.__ .,
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NOTICE! Several Hotel Positions Opea WRITE. I II Introductory OM 6 Saturday IiMctMCar >

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ti. IIUIllH1IiIIIIIU@Illglllilllililillllllll'l. MRS. W. H. OWENS Presbyterians to Hear I I| two men met at a Rotary* International rent bouses/* apartment or to
convention In 11I311. secure hotel, cabin or room ac-
(Continued From rage One) Harley Cc.:; on Sunday I I
Min Robson baa been living in
20 Years Ago in Oould for nearly thirty-five' The Rev. Hanky Core will Toronto Canada, since the was I Seventeen1 per cent wanted literature .
rear*. She was born ,..b. f,1 preach Sunday morning at the:'( II when the English school She about the Redland District -
' tW ......., ..... .l tiMiilniM UN In Dundee, Scotland, and Homestead Presbyterian Church wa attending moved to Canada
: '''
e..r Y during the absence of the pastor, to tote its pupil away'from the NIne
cent Inquired about
Y ..... .... W ftto .. traveled she per
....... ..-... I- extensively. When the Rev. Bruce A. Cummlng, who aerial war aone. She arrived In products crown and manufactured
aria... Ins w ===.III". wa eighteen he made sn 11- I II on vacation at Anna Marie Homestead Monday to spend e In the district
.. I" I'U.1011I11I111 .w.a.wa month voyage by sailing vessel Beach near Bradentown. |'I 30-day vacation with the Loaner Six per cent of the writers
to the Faulkland Islands and British Mr. Cummlng will be home to)family made business Inquiries, some
1 ( UIIIlIlIIIllIllIlIllIOIIOIIIIIIII"H..ded Guiana. She was married in preach the following Sunday, Monroe Loaner, son of Rotarian relative to establishing new firm
1 + by the Drum and England In Ian to Joseph Hemming I I Max Loaner, who went overseas here.Four"p"er. .
and the young couple came with the army two year ago, wasa
Bugle Corps of about fifty piece. BRAZIL AND RUBBER cent ought Informa-,
to America and fettled In Brook. .... guest for several day at the
the Harvey Seeds Poit of the .W .. tin about employment in the district
American Legion and Women's lYn (Continued From Page One) .1, Robton home m Newcastle. '
p Auxiliary of Miami cam to After the death of Mr. Hem- I Brazil had one and one-half i Another guest at the luncheon Twelve per cent made miscellaneous
mlngs his widow per meeting was Miss Charlotte Ge-
was married In Inquiries.
t P Homestead Monday night about :
sons to the square mile In Java
150 1 . ,* Sharon Pa, to John Strange. In and ronlmo, daughter of Rotary see.rotary The local chamber has been
'OI1' Malay there
were person
1910 Mr. and Mr*. Strange came Win. J. Geronimo. Instrumental In securing the reduction -
"What 1 laid to bt the largest I to Gould where Mr. Strange per'Brazil square has now reached minimum of some freight rates that
'. capture of smuggled alien In the worked on the FEC. railroad of a 300 INQUIRIES mean a saving of $11 a car, '),fro
I density of, population
t: history of Florida wa made IA extension and engaged In farming Canon cays. Other reductions
about equal to that which theI
Homestead and vicinity when with Mr. Owen a* his partner, United State had about (Continued from Page One) have been applied for
raids and pursuits by U.S. Immigration After Mr. Strange died, Mn:I yean ago, and I II ready for eighty In half to one acre of land, and 39per Roy S. Chandler I* president of
Inspector Isaac I* Smith.' Strange was wedded to Mr.Owens'I dustrialization. We don't need cent wanted farm or grove the chamber; W. O. Talbott, vice-
) assisted by Homestead and Miami, who had made his home with the' property. president; Frank B. Rue, secretary
capital financing from
police and deputized citizens, netted -I family for year I people of or the United State. you We Twenty-two per cent wanted to ; and T. J; Kirby, treasurer.
,.+ 40 Europeans and the arrest I Beside her husband, Mn do need some of your technical
of four Americana suspected ol Owens 1* survived by a daughter,' 'know-how.1 I
complicity smuggling the alieN Mn. Nellie Strange Torbert of "Brazil has an economy that iscmplementary '
Into this country from Cuba byway Goulds and five grandchildren: to that of
\ of Cape Sable. .* Mill Teenie, Betty and Tommy United States. We produce th:1'I Palms Cafe
Torbert, all of Goulds Arthur I.Hemmtngs '
i "Paul William Rue 1 la the name ; thing you have not and you pro
chief warrant officerat duce what need. Thereforeboth
of the newly arrived eon of Mr.
and Mra. Prank B. Rue. The baby the port of embarkation In our countries are In poel- GOLDEN BROWN BlED CHICKEN .. tie
> weigh six pounds and was born Brooklyn, N. Y.; and Harry L. tions to be very good T-BONE: STEAK-DOUBLE A WESTERN.. _|LN
\ at the Poet Graduate Hospital Hemming, chief mechanic of Pan A guest of Rotarian nellhbon'1 I REGULAR MEALS .. . ..-.... .... ..._' ....... Me
American Airway In Puerto ncr at the meeting Wednesday
{ Both mother and child are doing ,
well" Rico. was ElaineRobson, 15-)'ItIr-old LOUIS COHEN,
: Pallbearer were Luther L daughter of James Ovborne Rob- PROPRIETOR
"W. D. Home and ions, Russell Chandler Lawrence Smith, Harvey ion, shipbuilder of Newcastle I NORTH FLAGLE AVE. OPT. .....C. DEPOT
and Dexter will leave Monday to Cowman, pat Tuccl, Dozier England, with whom Mr. Loaner
join Mn Home and children Banister and W. 0. Talbott I ha been corresponding since the
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Lervtti and --
Elizabeth who are -=--- ----- -- -- --
"Will Rhodes,bookkeeper of the
Cede County Ice Co. has been .
'. transferred to the Miami office I I
Mr. Rhodes and his two children
Jack and Lillian moved to Coco-
; Hut Grove Monday." '

"R. B. Schalltrn 1* still confinedto 20 ACRES '
his bed with leather poison Of -
the feet and leg contracted whilehe
was In service."


ly i daughter, Dorothy, to Henry S. '*
DuBois of Jupiter, Fla. ."

j "Mr and Mn. William Turnerof 6 Acres Bearing Avocado
Clarksvllle, PS, announce the
marriage of their daughter, Mill
Anne Mae Turner, to Qavtd William
of Modello. The wedding
i took place Wednesday, August 6, Grove
at Clarksvllle. ,*

"The Baptist choir 'enjoyed
picnic' at Miami Beach Thursday

evening were. enjoyed.Watermelons Those and present Wieners 10 Acres Ploughed Land-

wereMr.. and Mr*. W.. B. Strick
land, Mr. and Mr*. Harry Cooper
Mr. and Mn Q. I. Gault Mr.
and Mn. R. B. Edward. Mr. and 4 Acres Woods Land '
Mrs. A. L. Brown., Mr. and Mrs .
J. M. Lewis Mn. Vera Summer. .
Iln and Alvin Campbell. .
"Mrs. Anton Waldin entertained '
the Ladi'"'-AId Society of BEST BUY 5 .. ;;
the White Stone Church. ." "

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