Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00660
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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: August 18, 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: VID00660
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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VOL. 83. N a 33 HUMLSTfcAU FLORIDA, 1f1(1) U 1 1944 PRICE: FIVE CENTS !)jlal

kedlandDistrict Getting Set

'. For Next Week's War on Rats ::1

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AUG 2125 RAT ERADICATION WEEK Trash in 4-Day Clean-up

Whereas a movement is under way to rid the Redland City trucks will pick up all
t trash H>d debris deposited In accesslble > ASPIONEERINGON i
OFCASPORKNMINORDER, ..biatrlct'Of rats and eliminate or, at least greatly reduce places along streets and

the menace 'to health and property that they constitute, alleys during the Aug 21-2

and clean-up campaign which will

Whereas the week beginning Alit\ 21 has been desl Councilman precede rat D-day Bent. on W Aug.Morris t!, BIG SCALE

nated "rat eradication week", with a fottf-day clean-up of perks committeeman, guarantees,

possible food sources:: and ratharboring garbage, trash, "If the city trucks can not handle The
Volunteers to help place rat bait simultaneous baiting of an .
junk and the of the load I personally\ will
lumber piles preceding spreading poison
on the afternoon of D-Day, Friday hire trucks to tee that the trash entire area such M ,will be carried .I:
Aug. 25, and public donations bait on Friday, 'Aug. 25, and Is carried off," Mr. Morris said out In the Redland, District
to* defray the WOO cost pi' Whereas the city- of Homestead, as an' integral) part The trucks of the sanitation department Rat Eradication Campaign li a

hamburger,*oats, and other Inol- of the Redland District, should set an example in the pro- under Councilman. program never attempted before, ,
R. Bird, collect household garbage
dentals needed to go with $500 motion of health, safety and sanitation;- and trash but the park de and therefore ont for which there I

worth of Red Squill poison furnished Therefore, do I, as' mayor of the city of Homestead, partment's trucks collect yard art no precedents from which la ;

Unit, now by the are Dade being County sought Health by proclaim the week of Aug. 21 to 25, inclusive, as Rat EradIcation trash, such ss pruning from trees draw experienced guidance, Boy

'the executive committee of the Week and hereby call upon all citizens and resi- and rubble. S. Chandler, general of the work-

Redland District Rat Eradication dents to follow carefully And diligently the suggestionsand trucks The also drivers will co-operate of the garbage In the en', field arnjy, pointed out yes i;

\ Campaign .instructions of those in charge of this campaign to clean-up drive.CLAYTON. terday. 1
Every resident of the. area Is However, at the outset of.the 1
urged to volunteer his services. the end that this community may be purged of a pest ; program Mid Mr Chandler, a"- ,
Rural residents may contact their that is a carrier of dread disease as well as an economic LEHMAN alliance was sought from the ;
'Ion. captains, both to volunteerand liability Dade County Health Unit and
to contribute. Residents of the medical corps of the Dade ;
Homestead are asked to register J j. t T. J. HARRIS, LISTED; MISSING IN I County Defense Council, and ..i
y.'ta tfaf service at the county agent's :Mayor, City of Homestead: they have nude available to this ,
office which adiolni the city hall IN AERIAL district their experience and
on the south, and to five their knowledge of rat eradication procedure -
contributions to T E. Kirby, vice- Follow These Rules for Effective Results I and method '
president of the First National In Getting Rid of Rats .: 'Set. Clayton Lehman bar' "Chairman Frank Stillman. on ;
Bank of Homestead, who Is treasurer I been missing over France since his own initiative, started the

of the committee. 1. Contact your zone captainfor your own premises they will not July 21, his parents, Mr. and Mrt ,ball rolling by Contacting these
All tone captains (listed on Information 'on getting the be cleaned up. Lee H. Lehman were advised two organization and Inviting local -
page four of. this issue) should bait As a precaution, keep dogs, Monday afternoon in a wire from groups to participate In thedrive
: (Continued on Page four) the war department. No farther, ," Chandler laid. i
S. Date for baiting: Friday Au, cats chickens, etc. confined durIng -
25! (afternoon). period from Friday Aug. 25 details have been learned as yet. "Members of the healtb unit
Lehman went Into servicein and defense
Sgt. have
1 Clean-up period: Monday through Sunday, Aug. 27. council attend.
July of 1942 and had been ed each i
OTUTAKESOVER meeting their experts -
Aug. 21, through Thursday, Au,. Remember: the poison being
bated In England since June of bay volunteered to \
2f.! The cleanup program depends used Is fatal to ducks and geeseas super
1943. He had served in ordnance vise the Important
\ LOCAL AIR FIELD entirely for Its success ,upon eachrealdenl' well as to rodents (rats, rabbits -' technical prob-
: until his transfer several months lem of'mlalna the poison with
cleaning up his own etc.), so keep fowls closely
ago into air combat service as a the bait.
r premises This Is a highly important confined during this period. ---
NEW:C.O. ARRIVES part of the eradication program cunner.. "The county health unit Is supporting r
PlACING BAIT Sgt. Lehman Is a grandson of the program further by
and involves
eliminating as 1. Place bait where it is most Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stlling of furnishing without cost to the
The Second Operational Train' much as possible all breeding Inaccessible to children and pets Florida City.Station area about five hundred dollar I
grounds and of food '
ing Unit of the Ferrying Division' sup but where the rats can gel at It. worth of red squill poison.
.,' of the Army Air Transport Command ply. While not fatal to humans and Offers Mahogany "Wnlle the Bedland District I
took over Homestead Army WHAT TO DO animals such as pits and dogs, Trees for Home PlantingAbout campaign Is the first enterpriseof '
.:it Air Field In its.entirety on Tuesday Starting Monday, clean up all, red squill can cause them discomfort such magnitude to be carried
Aug. 15. refuse cover an garbage and' and temporary sickness one hundred one-foot out as volunteer' civic effort the
14. CoL Samuel B. Dunlap.Srd, refuse receptacles STARVE: THE by vomiting. high Rhodesian mahogany (Kha- fact that the rat menace has been
31 yfcas assumed command, and LtYCoL RATS! 2. Do not let bait contact bare ya nyaslca) trees are available at (Continued on Page Four)
Francis L Thomas, temporary See that all lumber and other skin. The poison being used Is the Subtropical Experiment Station I
commanding officer, has resumed possible breeding places are made an Irritant. Use a wooden paddle without charge to persons Lions to Mix Rat Bait
his former duties as deputy naccesslble. Raise all lumber, or flat stick for distributing bait wanting them Dr. Philip Wtst- For Distribution I
All commanding officer. trash piles, etc., wherever possible I. Take up uneaten bait after I gate said yesterday.The D-Day
The personnel remaining at the from 12 to la inches above It hours wherever possible. This trees are grown' In Nyas- Nest Wednesday afternoon
field has been transferred to OTU. I ground. If you do not clean up Is not essential but Is a good and, Africa, for their shade and while most of Homestead li en-
added precaution. for the lumber which Is used for toying a half-holiday, membersOf
HOMESTEAD HONEY PRODUCTION CENTER .. For Information regardingany cabinet work and furniture, heaid. the Redland District Lions I
J. AS I phase of this program. CON- It is used also for veneerIn Club will be mixing 200 poundsof I
RANGE GROVELANDS AND KEYS TACT YOUR ZONE CAPTAIN the construction of Mosquito. red squill with 2,000 pound
If he hasn't the Information, he bombers. of hamburger and .
oats In
Homestead Is the of prepertlon t
center a will .
t' The mahogany Is being grown for the simultaneous place-
thriving honey production business
41 Local Tomatoes Beans I (Continued on Pap Two) (Continued on Page Four)
with bee men setting up 1945 Drivers Licenses I
I their hives In citrus and avocado Rated High in Vitamins On Sale at Legion Hall. PROPE-RTY-IN I
groves ai each comes into bloom ..: I VICINITY OF SITE
'leading producers are Frank N. nediand District beans and tomatoes -' Florida's IMS automobile dri* ,FOR INCINERATOR FILE BELATED PROTESTKrome 11
Irwin local constable, and his are found to compare favorably ....' licenses went on sale at the
son, Orval Qua Oosoell and M. In quality with other Legion Tag Agency In Homestead A petition headed by David, ave., and Lucy it, the dividing
L. Waters. Tuesday, announces Wm. J, Ger- Barnes, Wm. Musselwhlte, Frank' line between Homestead
, The Irwlns moat of whose bees Florida grown produce in tests onimo, manager. Belts and other owners of property and Florida City, Is a half-mile
now are placed on the Keys this conducted by Dr.: B. E. Janes, Persons who have IfrU licenses In the general vicinity of south of Mowry st The tract In
summer have marketed 1,500 gallons associate horticulturist at the may exchange them for the new the proposed incinerator site will question recently approved by
of honey from that area, Gainesville experiment station,1'I I permits without examination, if be presented to the city council the Dade County Zoning Boardas
moat of which was. sold, this past working with eight Florida experiment they do so before Oct. L Monday night protesting Its location the site for Homestesd's garbage
month stations. "Public Safety Director CUliam on the 20-acre tract at disposal plant, lies abouta
Italian, Caucasian and wild Tendergreen sad Bountiful says there are about 700,000 Redland rd. and Lucy it half mile west 'of colored town.
black bees are used t>y the Ir beans were grown' by' the Homestead 'driven In the state" said Mr. Notice of the plan to erect the Proponents of the plan to erect
wins, who place from 20 to 25 experiment station for analysis Oeronimo. "Revenue from the Incinerator together with a description the Incinerator on the Redland
hives every three or four and the tests showed that sale of licenses supports the department of the location was given rd. site point out that Such an
along the route from the the Bountiful variety rated especially of public safety and its I In front page news stories of accessible location will save the
lers' Club to vernier. m11"j well In yield and vitamin two agencies, the Florida I the Leader-Enterprise June I and'city as much as $3,000 annually
out, through the heavy content Figures are not yet available .- way Patrol and the HIah-1 I June 23.Realand. II In lowered costs for hauling garI .
TRfa (Continued on Page I 'on the tomato tests. . cense Division., > ' i I rd. Is a- mile west of|I I (Continued on Pace

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1W* Two ? HOMESTEAD 'LEADER? ANP NTERPKISB, .'" ;'.-': -. .August zzu.OilIR'SERvICE ,

al plot -er* lowH 11 and the l t t rof tnwactor Ut'yel.luit: 4t
'''' Mowed l=and:;Tops PWwed *' ,
ether half merely were' mowed ml neti saw rV Weetgatet
tltl Plots. .jj J. Tomato: ,Yield nd Uje tomatoet' were ;jreplica Ued plant to coot e trip r

I BIENAND WOMEN Mowed .tahe aywaged W Jl pix times. The six mowed
plot-' yielded an average of 131 ST4TIONOFFaSContinual: ,
I of 7>' bushels of marketable t
matoet aa .acre' hnore hid Use bushels .an acre and the six ( /fi' m Page One
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OWL average -
r swin yield bf plowed land trt expert- plowed plot produced an at the ilatlon 'a, an experts
menu list year with the Grothen of 287 bushels an acre. and sonic 14-year-old tree D
Lt. Emory I CpL Paul Rue younger son of
Brandenburg Globe leading commercial variety "Whether the difference between have proved their mlitahctfroat.
Mr, and Mr' frank B. Rue, has
t Lrwes for Dodge City at the Highland farm of the the plots with their different Dr. Weatgate tent soft
been transferred to air
an crew Subtropical Experiment Station, land preparation li due to I Orlando Tuesday to ice If'
f Emory Brandenburg, former lo-,: aa radio man on a B-U MltcbeU
dif- withstand
report Dr. Philip J. WexUate. changed" moisture relation, variety can the din
t sal boy whose mother Mn Nina| bomber, nil parent were adviaed Half of the twelve experiment, ference in available nutrient or of the central part ot the |i
Brandenburg now live in Ml- \last week. CpL RIM Bull to stationed .
amt, received a commission aa In North Africa and recently -; ,
i second lieutenant at Turner Field, went on .eight-day trip TI"r"J i'llrlf'T' :rrT "'lrr==r'rrr.nrri1r mf'J"lli"I'TT"II..t'[ "' ." '." '" II ' ".". .j" TI"Pim

Albany, Ci. on Au(. 4, and left)to Dakar and point In South :. .. .:,
Sunday night for additional ualn- Africa.Edward. -

lA t h. at Dodge ctt). Kan. t . . I
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Mr*. Brandenburg, her younger .! Kirby, machinist male l . ,. ', ,
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attended-. Bobby Lt. and Bob Critendon second, claa*. USCG. if stationed. . .. ,,'r' ,. .. ,,:.. .. ..' .
Brandenburg's graduation now In St. Augustine.
exercises aDd I furlough j I ; w . .r
Y enabled him to return with themftr Sgtl: Leon Chimbliw of-Vest, 1 Alt ,
a visit He visited also with Palm Beach I* (pendflng'a..tur-f : .
K his grandparent Mr. and.Mn R. lough here with his*rtr' !: fi : : ; J' .f. ;
1. SNIt .f Florida.City. and mother,-Mr,.aad"'MH. B,A. : . '
,Stafford. \Jf ; : : ; : .

Mr and Mr. Ray 0 Burka anareate . '. ...... .. .. .
>of a aon. David. Ray who ..A' ., '.. .'. ." '. ". .... . ..J
weighed at birth Aug 15. nine f now Pvt.at S.Camp: J. Glbba Livingston li stationed,. La. ,' .! *. .: ..;"): ':-.: ',.1tln-"Ir.'fE' :: '. : :. :,: ;. :. >..: .. ;.
Burka I
poundi Mr. a field director -
for the American Red '' ) ., : : ...;
Croat In HQr.mpIl47. Lyman Williams, U S. Siaabee, : ; : \.
.. ?.. will report Am. 29 to Camp En. I : '
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Dough -Tewer motor ma.hlnbt' dicottR. ,I, after spending a: . ,,: ** :* -. Council will; ,.meet-each ; '' ;
JM i mate lint class I* tta- leave here'with-' his family. I W l'

3 toned now;,ln New Guinea Mr., William recently returned to Mr'l from 8 to 9 through .
2 Tower I It the younger son of Mr*. Statea aftv/wrvlo in the Monday p. m. p. m. .
Mr. and M/a. Williams .and two]
ti r J. B. Tower of Homestead I
a sons, Danny and Wayna returned the month:of August 'beginning August .'
/ Pvt Paul wounded In I Friday night from Metter Ca.iwhere

Italy hal been transferred from they had. visited; relative I I 14th to sit board equalization
the Halloran General Hospital In e : as a tow
Staten Island to the government Arnold Ucllwaln and Tom J .

J hospital at Thomatvllle Ga. Harris, Jr, are expected hear complaints ,and make ad justment.9on'the'1944' .' .. >.'
where his father. O. P. Cornell of home on boot leave to."lv'j .
Bemeatead, plan soon to visit end after compl ,,. = '
J '1m. Pvt Cornell coon will undergo phaae of their training aC Camp' > tax roll.]). '
I two operation In an Atlanta Peary, Va.NOTKB. o
1 hoiplULS

I a Of APPLICATION . . . . .' ,
I L Rot Reitz who 1* stationed FOR TAX, Oslo. ', :.!r.'t". ,t . 'ID .v"vnwr''RDS' . .. ,1..,.
la England, 10.., Jetter .to. blmother. .toles b'bw.by rib r.r".o'le >MMr.irrt ",, ,.,...; .o . .. ,.,,;:. :.:. :..>. "; '- '., tj.'" ', : ;. ". #; : t.f.'.:'
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,: Mn Selma RelU of this .r" -- 'If' .04 Paul c:.. : . ,. ,., .
alavh.o .. .... .: .."Cit.Clm .. t' ':1 r,>- ."' / '." "
et wl.brh. heldr awdro of f .t.7c..1o.I "" \ to .
city, tell meeting Fred Hobart. .. .. .
.<. 0..1_ Di.U let Tu Ckr.UfU.1 . . .. : . . : 2;" : >...: : ... ;; : : ; ..1
another Homestead boy The letter .... < '
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reached Mr*. Reitz Tuesday day J A. O IWl. .hee ? .
aevea> days after It wai wrlttea. sold-.anln.. .. >r WUM.. eM lass.aeIl.d.a' .' ': 'fe x: *r"-*' '''''f :\.O. ;: Cityof: HomesteadT:; ..,
1 . _. far._too Vft dead, ...to. how amid . VfijC* .J'r f : : Tfii I
CpL. .!Robert .Edw'ard Crubba.. -_...e..Je"P..-attested W Is f.Y..twe Dodo OauMv.Simms. .... v **. : -' > :: ;:> ' -X; '\ prnw"W
who hat returned .to the states _. t > : .: ;
law a1..1 1 Cana .
after II monthi' service with. the Metle. .tl a ..t.. Plot n.1 A Bahl., Pave . ..... "" ... ,..... ..... ,- ,-_ . .. .. .. . .\ ... ...."",
-army la the Pacific w* a guest .aI. ...W Coasts: of lIMo,, mato atiw..t : .1' 'nr. "tot-lI' '

fiuaday er-la-law' at'the and. *home later, Mr.of hU and.broth-Mr*. I... 4b& .0" _.t,....soli. Iowa...nor.d. ill.,1.w : t. :' ; : : ; ::

Orfanedea. I "sass ., w; al. '-' UalwaMwrIfeat. : ; '
. ,. .' obIl 1a t.b..M ....al.rL : : VSjfl
.... t.a'tMd'wW 4..h .. fi' :
Capt. .Myron Grennell of Fort nth day wi .......... a. Do 1944. 'l -. '
Leonard Wood left Wednesday after : 1944.Dated' this. lath day .;. Apewl, A. ..D.K. : . ; *1 *
a leave spent here with his L LIATHE.."W. :
parents Mr. and Mr V, M! Cloth .f.ClmU 000u1.
GrennetL En route to his station DU Cmtr.: hi.rld.cireum ..

.Capl,.Grennell will..visit In St. east IU.M N .crttiuurrT.j>., ; Ld :. : ; ; ; ; "IU' ,
51_'* Iiland. Ga.. with his .... 1.. ... .; 1I111i1i1''" I "' .1 "''ll :r "" lIi"n\ "''IIII '''''' ''''' IIIiJl '' i 11111.11 "' """ 11.111''" IU
brother and aliter-ln-liw ,Coxswain -
and Mr*. Virgil 'Grennell, Ib. .
CpL John Barker of Avon Park
visited Mn. Barker In Florida
City over last week-end.
Agnes Barlow, WAC formerly) FERTILIZERSConsult
of Homestead arrived this weekto I
visit for several day with Mr j
and Mr*. W. B. Harden and)
Mr*. Floy Camber. Mia Earlow I '
la being transferred from Cali-i 0 0
forma to a new station. j jCpL
a .- ,
Roberta Harrlon. WAC I -
Jut week pent a three-day pan. Consult us about your fertilizer require
here with her parent Mr. and
Mr A. C. Home Cpl. Hanrlaoa1 1
operate a link-trainer at the: ments for the coming year. . ,

army air field at Marianna Fla., ..

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CAB SERVICEat i ages of several. materials-we,'will not.be-ableto.--: .l : ::i, /: :. ::

eea..aabe ratea I ', make ALL of 'our.regular tnizturesButr\v will:, :-'\ ;-.: :';:

Day Phone _.._ 9108 do our best, to supply:: as:near';as-possible 'what ; -''. =, 414 :>,,:,,e .:'

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August: Ifr' 1944, .. 4,44f: V-- 1 OMES'rEAD..tE.\\AND' ENTERPRBB '" 'ITtrw! .

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:STAFF SHORTAGE UOQI"Hht"1OTatbottf" EUNERAnODAY ': !RtteY for Mrs.. Martin '

On I Culture .of GUdioli I Attended by Local Kin Your Dates With, .

POSES PROBLEMAT A Vocational talk on the commercial I FOR J \V.' KUIIN I 101.... Frank Martin .IB. a sloe
culture of gladioli ter of B, C. Murphy, 2Nra.'o'It.
LOCAL SCHOOLA given by Walter Talbott of DADE PIONEERFuneral Sullivan and Mn. Fred Fucht of .................................-.
Goulds Tuesday Bight to the Red- Homestead, died unexpectedly :1
I land District Lions Club. j I I her home In Orlando Aug I ]I Ia MEATS FATS-Re4 11I -"'- t
toM definite danger that theme Most of the commercial breedIng vervlce for John W. heart attack. I I I stamp A* through I* and AI .
II and hybridizing of gladioli)I Funeral services were held I through D9 good Indefinitely
hoot cafeteria may be unable Kuhn, 7J of Perrine will be conducted -:
hat taken place within the past I at 4 p. m today In the there on Aug. 10 and were attended PROCESSED GOODS-Blue It-
4a to open this year for lack of a 20 ;yean, Mr. Talbott said. At I Turner "Funeral Home by the by Mrs. Fucht, Mrs. point sumps Al through It and
manager and helpers was voiced about the time that it was Rev. 1. B. Crantford pastor of Fletcher Bryant a niece of Mra. AS through FS good ladeflnl" .
yesterday by Principal B. M. thought that all possible combinations the First Baptist Church of Homestead. -I Martin, Charles Sullivan, a nephew SUGAR-Stamps SO, )1 and II
Hindman. Mr. J. M. Forte has bad been obtained, a species Mr. Kuha, a native of Cincinnati -I and Mr. Murphy. In Book Four good Indefinitely
resigned after serving u cafeteria was discovered by an explorer died Sunday In a Miamihospital. for five pounds. Stamp M food j
manager for a number: of In Africa which has been developed .- they had three eons who were In I for five pounds after Sept. 1 I
year Into the most beautifuland A resident of Dade County for service In World War One. Stamp 40 good for I pound et '/
There will he four faculty hardy 'commercial' 'variety 48 year, Mr. Kuhn came to Florida I The survivor Include four I Ii canning sugar through Feb. M of
change., Mr. Hlndman said. .Mis* Single fare tlidioli' bulbs'havebrought 4n 1IM and settled jn Orlando .oaj..W. T. Kuhn and H. L. Kuhn next year. Span stamp SI goed 1
Mary New'Smyrna at"hit h at $500, Mf;Tahbott' / where he.was married to Miss i of.Ptrrlna, H..C Kuhn of Fort 1(for 'canning sugar until: Mar. t
?who IMI been tpachfng 'in Plant ,said. .' .. Nancy Hall 'of Plne ll\*. When Laudejd and R. P. Kuhn. I7SN.Jacksonville IMS. 1
City hat. been recommended by InM,. Mr..and M:% I PhD cam : 1* .grandchildren. SHOES-Airplane atatnpe} and
i the, local ni.teft.'A'. ; science"- to Miami,'their trip 'from Fort I John rjtuhn of Homestead now Indefinitely.'GASOUNKlA.ll ,
I (Book S) good
f 'aUuctoi1' _to'fity the'plane'of. R..jf.'DEAD ; LA1M iS- : Uuderdjlle,(a Miami was py boat In, the ",U. s.,Wavy ate Norfolk. sly. ,
:, Wester; J*. 'whff'.has'eetgned.:' on.the Miami RIVer.'Durlu the Robert and Dorothy Kuhn of
Miss :WhttesldVhat taught fof;II Spanish-American-W.r, lyr Kuhn Homestead Catherine, Mary U, through Nov. I.onamra.
year'e f,. Il .ALBRIGHT; : 1 Brae ,L foremafr' bt"con.truotlonerewa.that I Nancy, M" Grace, Charles, Harold ,
Other vacancies'are caused. by \ built the-Royal Palm David. H. 1.;. Jr.. and Ceo. L.
the resignation of.Mn.: .. Virginia 'LUiLY;SETTLER Hotel fo/tHenryM., fiagler. who Kuhn of '.."lIIe.. and France. .1.1...
(Stewart Provide"teachtr. :'ot' Ent. then)wailaying the -roadbed'Torthe ,Hoy and Billy-Kuhh of 'JacksonViIteVtftd .:t II....
fish ind'-Spaniyh; Miss JUohor Florida last -Coast Railway ; one' great-grandchild,
Stewart, ,teacher 'o(; {musl and td-; ,.Ql ,rllll'.J hft ,Albright' ,, It,. f-! iII1W 'NI.mI.I..MtU th*' Kuhns I{I Iud i|David Wayne Kuha-ef Jackson'
rector of the band; end Mill Al- tired fruit grower, who cane to Ttouston. Tex, where villa .aon'of John Kuhn. WAftONDS
lie Ferguson,. teacher of I borne_ Red.lan4.from. Huntcf,N. Dv JJ = tor'tRre year before 1 I .
economics. years ago, :dIed AugU In"1M retumlAf .to-.make their.borne In [. Dr. BrewsUr1 office will ke STAMPSBring AND tr'III"
4 i Mr Hindman' la seeking 'alsoa Dadj*County Hospital. Funeral Florida: kept earn .U-'' by Mn.Brewster. .
secretary to take the place of service were conducted at J p. Both Mr'and 'M...: Kuhn, until .) Her office Been will f fj
Mr*. U. J'. Jackson, wife of last m. Sunday In the Turner Funeral her death in 11S5, took an active Vet
year' coach at Redland High Home chapel. Burial took placeIn part In the work of the Undlcy,I Monday Hire Thursday II toIt j
School, who ball accepted a position Palm Cemetery at Naranja De Garrno Post of the American I a. at.Saturday.
in Warsaw Ind. with service at the graveside Legion In Coconut Grove because'I a to ( ., m. ,
conducted by Palma Vista Masonic -
INCINERATORContinued Lodge of Naranja, of which
Mr. Albright' had been a mem-
( Fr n\'IIi One) ber.Besides e a Q \
bags. The building would be "*"brother; A. C Albright -
I placed on the east aide of the with whom he had made
tract, approximately one thousand hit home, Mr. Albright I I. Survived 61100 I
feet south of S. W. Fourth by three .other brothers
at., and 600 feet east of Redlandrd. Henry of Duluth, Minn., Williamof SE
-: There are no dwelling south Salt Lake City and Louis of
or welt of the tract, at far at the Cauelton N. D. EALER
eye can tee, and the nearest house
1 in, any direction la about by S. W. fourth at,; on the west
f feat away ;1,500 J by; RedlaU *dj oru'thrf touth by LET
j jJ jt I Opponents of :She proposed location Lucy it. and on the east by a i
:> explaining their belated 20-acre tract owned by. PIrie
opposition, admit they were at I Free. 'If' ;
fault in not acting earlier, but The tract i* owned by two torn \
t Vigorously declare that the advertisement I of Police Chief O H Sullivan, I
of the zoning board for James.and Robert Sullivan, from .
the hearing on the question whom the city council had votedto
J should I have been published locally buy It'for $1,500 upon approval -i f ,
'( to they could have at least by the county coning board. \
t had a chance to have "their day Definite bullding'plans for construction I
In court" of the Incinerator have
t. The 20 acres of pine land selected not been drawn up at yet'Sanitation !
by the city for the Incinerator Committeeman W R. Bird

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4 r Pare Foul HOMESTEAD LEADER AKD ENT npnltE! _ __ _ u__ ,August 18, 1944 A"
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in several hundred fivepoundtin Zone Captains Listed I Florida City. ... ottered JIlt1M ot Ms tea min
HOMESTEAD LEADER can and stored at the Royal Capt. Thos B. Royal-Zone (, utet of radio time on WIOD 1't'
: ./ AND ENTERPRISEr Palm Ice Co. plant until needed Get in Touch With Yours bounded by Epmore dr.. Tallahassee Thursday, Aug 240 the committee (
r for placemend on the afternoonof Zone captains and their territories I rd., Campbell dr. and for further publicizing thtdrive. ,
W Mil Friday, Aug 23. In the rat eradication'campaign Tennessee rd.Mr It Is hoped also to get .y.,
are a* follows *. Eugene FontaineZone 9, radio "plugs" for the campaign :.:
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W P.MI.h.d tae .....Fens lIMe Pia.Mwe-a..aap.etsi Fla. DONATIONSContinued Frank W. SUllman Zone1 1, bounded by Silver Palm dr., F. E. broadcast throughout the week fMK
area north of Coconut Palm dr, C. railroad, Epmore dr, and l
aacaraP..arwt ( From Page One) I and west ot Redland rd. Tennessee rd. HOMESTEAD HONEY V; '
aM faro elsewhere on this t>age and should 8. J. Lynch-Zone 2, west of John W Campbell-Zone 10 ?3
t .'&Ilam LaM1l 'AacJraII be advised by Wednesday, "Aug Redland rd. between Coconut bounded by .Coconut Palm dr. (Continue From Page One) (\ -
l 1 ........ u"naaa.a. "- 13 of the area each volunteer Is l Palm dr. and Eighth (Campbell) Tallahassee rd., Cpmore dr. and brush and the hive a"let up '
Mart 'CItIN8ON willing to cover. The captain will at. I F. E. C. railroad. back in the dent growth :,
>1N.> .. d a..Wa give Information as to where to Bud Nelson' -Zane I, west 'of Walter Talbott Zone 11 "Three grade of honey are *
" get the baR and when and how Redland rd. between Campbelldr i bounded by Hainlin dr., Talbottrd produced In the area," Mid Mr. .."*
atmUCRMTIO= and and state road 'offLongvlew Silver Palm dr. and Tennessee
i b A.1. C.aa.rs a ..m. a.lAV:., _. to apply the poison. camp rd. yesterday. "The poorest el
....1 P.* *1.Mrt Negroes of the area are organized ,rd. these is the dark avocado honey
........ II -. W. H Owens-Zone 12. bounded
C eirtrt tiM Oossman Zone 4 north
Clyde from to
I ..... .i."i i ... ...... una.hI leadership of by Goulds glade, Allapattah February May.
ot Coconut Palm dr. between Mangrove honey li produced esj
members of their own group to
and F. E.
....... .a. we.ad elms wan wins" handle the placing of The bait by Redland and Tennessee rd*. rd, Coconut Palm dr. the Key from the middle ot
.\ raswh1r1. :::.: :: the.awe swiss :(volunteer worker throughout the Ches. Caves-Zone S, area 1 I C. railroad. May to late July. Orange honey, '
'M the aw Lt. W. 3. MlUer-Zon. 13,
f 1136",111i b Inl negro sections: Many of Them' bounded by Coconut Palm dr. I most popular of all, I* produced :
i have offered to assist m th .general Tennessee rd. Avocado dr. and Homestead Army Air Field. mOlt heavily in February end )J
Redland rd. March. Miami wholesaler buy i
throughout. district
1 Small Butterflies program .,IP I T. i. Harris-Zone (, area To Use Mall\ tUba; RBtllo the entire output, and the ceiling 1,

t i i The task: of simultaneously bounded by Avocado dr. Tennessee To Pabfidte Rat Drive price U now $144 for a It-pound 'j
By Annie Mayhew FMepalrfck baiting the entire area, to a tremendous rd.. Lucy at and Redland I gallon" 4
Bend very low and see near to one and can be done by rd.Wm. ., Plans for publicizing the rat When Mr Irwin became I j'
the ground uo one group alone but will require J. Oeronimo-Zone 1. eradication campaign provide for grove patrolman about eight yean j
s The tiny butterflies that circle the active co-operation of 1 the mailing on Tuesday of 1800 ago, he started his honey business I
round, every resident In the district, the his premise baited, I* asked to Information sheets to post office M I means of helping growers .
,: Swirling and fluttering among the ,committee points out. I advise his lone captain. box holder pollenlae their groves. He boughtthe
( '\ blooms As rats not killed by this baitIng While the poison I* being supplied At the Wednesday night meetIng hives from Otto Stillbrlght,
Close to the rocks beneath the will seek area free from the by the county health unit of the ekecutlve committee retired honey producer who formerly -
i natal grass plumes. poison It ls to the Interest of without cost to the area, the bait iri the Homestead city hall it lived at Barnes Sound. At
i Pastel-colored butterflies to very every resident to see that bait with which it will be mixed and was suggested that the Informative present Mr Irwin has about
small la placed on and about till own other Incidental Items will have film loaned by the Dade three hundred hive*.
: You wonder Ood created them premises to be financed by: local funds County Health Unit be shown to !
at all. I Bait will not be placed on any through voluntary donations. Any the Lion and Rotary Club At
..:. Within their little spheres, as you premises unless permission has funds which remain after the their next meeting, and perhaps War bonds shecM te tneaa thaa
Something mere yea
and I, been granted by the resident, announce (300 local expense are paid will against the wall of a downtown r Jest "a good sad Mesh
They must complete their cycles, accumulate toward the building to Saturday night shopping
I the committee. Any per perpetuation mnt."rigors H eat,.....
live and die. son unable to help in the place-I of the rat eradication program crowd
And only God know how they ment of the poison who wished the committee announce County Agent Cha H. Steffanl
.' fit Into Hit plan j
:' For bird and beast and little
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controlled completely as the result -
4 of such a systematic campaign -
at Homestead Army Air
Field auguit) well for the success
\E' I' of the local drive. U. W. B. Miller
: from the air field Is member ' '
l. of our executive committee, NEIGHBOR
t "Recognising that a complef

: l kill can not be accomplished by 1 -
t the Initial poisoning, the com -
to have around
; mittee plans to Mage an eradication
campaign every six'
months. With the co-operation of
everybody In the area, such a
program can be carried out with
definite assurance that In time
the rat menace can be eliminated
completely In the Redland District .

"Red squill was selected as the
poison to be used as it li ered the safest and most effective s
for such a widespread cam
"Shduld the poison be eaten by ,
children, cats dogs or other pets
of the household, the red squill
Immediately causes vomiting and
thus |a expelled. However, rodents
and ducks and geese cannot
vomit and are unable- expel .
the poison; therefore It la fatal to :!
them. In tests at the Miami dog
pound. dogs rejected the poisoned .
hamburger because. of ft* bit-
"Keep In mind always, howl -
ever, that red squill I* a poison y
and should be handled as such. It I
should be kept away from children -
'pe and chickens, and btall Ever since to first track was.M4 anal to transportation were curtailed. But your old railroad .

means out of the reach at first tram chugged into the tiepoL. your railroad neighbor was there, able to shoulder a

duck an added and precaution geese and rabbits.all uncon As .has feeea an Important part to! the life and proghuge extra volume of freight and passenger tralCo. -

sumed bait should be removed 9V ress of i year community. As a result your community went on living

hour after placement." Year after year Its trains brought to mare much the same as before.

people delivered food building material and And so down through the years in peace

LIONS TO MIX other: necossitie carried your products
Continued from Page One) fast _bts. It oven paid a subsUmtieJ share oi neighbor to have around one toG will also y

intent of rat bait throughout the tie taxes to support your local choc' ** add need as a partner in fighting the economic battles

district on Friday afternoon, Aug government. ol the future.

23.The meat will be trucked down Gradually with its help yc like other neighbors in your community

from Miami end ground here grew a-d Improved Your .railrt ": your railroad is a local property-owner' and tax

through the courtesy ot local modem double rack system ove. ... ....'* payer aborting your dream. ol a better toaoorow.
meat markets. Present plans tea+ ttMmltBM brcttfM VOW crowds tit wvreton." end working to make those dream come
tativety provide for the preparation ,)
to take place In the big Then the war came and other form of true. :
garage space it the Oversees -
Motor. Co.. OM Surgical tubber
gloves for riandlmg 4he poisoned I
ball bevy been promised by the
medical division ut the Dade I RAILWAY I
County Defense Council, and I I :
the mixing procedure will be ono. A Florida tndntlry and tntlltullonn'
pervlted by experts .from the!
a Dade County Health Unit I Pti

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i I Mn. S. J. Gibbs returned Tuesday villa, Ga. where they visited rel Dr. and Mn. A. M. Logan and
night from Orangeburg, S. C. atives. son, John, returned Sunday from I Ia
In and AroundHomestead I to her home here Little Patsy vacation In Hollywood Beach. :
Fun h... of Bowman, S. c., will Miss Lenora Williams and Web- They were accompanied by Dr.
visit here with Mrs Gibbs for I ster William are visiting In Login's mother Mrs. John Logan
three weeks Clarksburg, Pa, with their maternal and his brother Tom Logan, both a
I grandparents Mr. and Mrs of Davidson, N. C, whe will visit )
Miss Virginia Kinner of Miami' W. J. Turner. here
spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs ,
S. L. Dickinson.Mrs. Guests Friday evening of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Campbell d
-- and Mrs F. N. Irwin were the and daughter, Donna Rae have' I
Frank Charles Centner, weight er and sister-in-law, Dr.-and Mrs. Emma Ibr: left Saturday Rev and Mrs. rra.... Morgap and returned! from a trip to HMlderIoaonvll1e
five founds 12 ounces, was bornto M. W. Westgate, and in Chicago for her home In Covmgton, Ky., daughter, Eleanor and Mr. and and points la Georgia .'
Cpl and Mrs Robert Nichols. with Mrs .Weat&...'. parents, Mr. after visiting here with her soniadaw Mrs. Frank Irwin, Jr, and son, .
Centner OB -Aug. 18 in June and Mrs W Tuman. Dr. West- and daughter Mr and Michael, all of South Miami. Mrs. 2eke Martin returned
Archer Smith Hospital. Mrs. gate will attend a meeting of the Mrs. Norman Aahcraft, her moth early this Week from a trip to
Gentner the former Miss Elisabeth American Association for the Advancement er. Mrs 8. H. Fitch, and other Mr. ant Mrs. Harold Lumpkinand Chicago.I :
Skill, Cpr. Gentner now is, of Science in Cleveland relatives, j children spend the week-end rr Y
,sUtioncd .t Wilmington, O, army from Sept 11 to Sept 18. In Daytona Beach as guests of Mrs. W. B. Caves, Jr. end son, ,
base. The baby wu named for and Mrs. Wttlgste will Visit Mr. Lumpkln's brother and later* Jackie, who have been visiting 1
:.:his grandfathers Prank 1. Skinof briefly in New York with a 'sis Mrs. Paul Cok Miss tleanor: In-law Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Lump- Pvt. Caves et Camp Croft S. C.
Sullivan and Miss Ada Frances
Homestead' and Charles Cent- tel', Miss Sophie Tuman. The Johnson kin. (Continued ta Page Eight) I
returned Friday from a
** *"' Westgatet will return to Homestead trip to Daytona Beach, Meridian, j
rMb on Sept tO.
and points In Louisiana.
end Mrs. E. B. Blackburn j

, ,ire parents of a seveB-pouiui tea Stewart Q of St Petersburg Mr*. Arthur Kaachel of New
.j;ounce daughter, Patricia Jones, spent the week-end herewith Orleans spent Sunday here M I Palms Cafe ;
if who was born In James Archer his wife and children. His the guest of her father-in-law,i
4 Smith. Hospital on Aug. It. son, Philip returned with him by Edward Kaschel. Mn. Kaschel.'
'- plane to St. Petersburg for a who b employed In the engineer TJOLDCN BROWN FRIED CHICKEN Me :..
f Marvin Pritchard ta reevperatIng visit. Ing department of the Higgins T-BONE S1'EAK- DOVBLE: A WESTERN fIN i
'/ satisfactorily in Riverside Corporation, had been spendinga : REGULAR MEALS Me :
:t Hospital Miami from an operation W. C. and his step-son, two-week vacation In Miami I
,''' ta which his left eye was Albert Hillman, Jr. left Saturdayfor She returned Monday to New Or: LOUIS E. COHEN ;

.'removed. dark Ala, where Mr. Ewing jeans. I PROPRIETOR p
will visit and Albert will make I NORTH FLAGLER ATE. OPP f.E.C. DEPOT
Mrs and Mrs. Robert !tee!,. of his home with an uncle and aunt Mr. and Mn C. M. Barrow returned yt
Sanford and their fiveyearoldson Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Carter. Saturday from Thomas-
Robert, Jr., arc spending a t l
three-week Vacation her*' visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W Moore .. ,, '. - .- "- ..- ..-.. ,--- .;."'!I, ._-. .. J
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parents H. C. Miami are spending a three-week
Reel} of Redland and Mr. and vacation at their country place,

a,r Mrs. C H. Steffanl- -of Homestead "The F.rmlt. PARTICULARLY THIS YEAR t1

',: M,. and Mrs. Ulrle Free Mr. and Mrs Russell Home and -1

art announcing the birth of an son, Russell, Jr., returned Saturday ,
\. eight-pound ounce daughter to Stuart after spending
Belt* Luis, on Aug. 14 In James several days. at their home here r
Archer Smith Hospital. The baby I

will be called Betty Lou. Bobby Morgan, son of Mr. and

Mrs.Pete Morgan, broke his right
r,-Air. and Mri.' Harold Kendall arm Sunday afternoon In a fall ,, ,
of Goulds are parents of s son .t the skating rink.
fi born -..u. IS in St. Francis Hoe-
pltalt Miami Beach i Mrs. M. P. Wollam O. 3. 14 41t
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lam and his daughters, Joyce r
'tutu Mri M1'OIIz. Potter and Louise are on vacation tn Hoi- t '
daughter, Sandra, left Wednesday rywood Beach. Mrs. O. J. Wollam] t f e
morning for Shoemaker, Cal, to returned Tuesday night from a \
make. their home with Lt. Potter. visit to relatives In Thomasville \
Mrs. Potter and her daughter Ga. ,
haw been living here with Mrs.Potter' !
1 parents, Mr and Mrs. R. Mr. and Mrs, L. T. McGee of I ,
O. Fftzpatrick Lake Worth were week-end guests
A of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Rutland.
T Mn, J. Tom Vann of Homestead Mines Mary Frances and Ruth
and Mrs G. I. Gault of I, Rutland returned with them. to
I Miami are visiting relathes 'In Lake Worth for a visit.

Penniylyania.Mn. I -
IT' Min Diano Springer daughterof ii i
J. B. Tower Is visiting I Mr and Mrs Stewart Springer, ii ii
'for two weeks In Miami with t Is visiting friends In Englewood. i .'
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. .and
Mn. L c. Dodd. Mrs. M. I). Jones"'of Daytona a i '
: I Beach Is a house guest of her i
.. N.... Henry Ruegg In a fall Friday son-in-law and daughter Mr, and
morning broke her left wrist Mrs. E. B. Blackburn. | OOH I
In two places. She was a guest I
of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kate The Rev. and Mrs. Bruce Cum-' 1
front Friday Mil Tuesday and li ming and daughters, Mils Virginia j
now spending a few days with and Mary Bruce returned -11tee4t
friends in Miami yesterday from t vacation spent <<
at Anna Maria Beach near Braden .
Dr and Mrs. Philip V7estgate town. ,:
and their daughters Peggy and
Inez, will leave Monday for smonth's Mrs J. E. Campbell and son, All transportation today U taxed to capacity !
I, vacation In the North. James tdsel are visiting relatives -
They will visit In Washington In Jackson and Shivers --*nd then are too many UNESSOmAL I ,
I D. C, with Dr Weitg'te's broth- Miss. :s

t TRAVELERS ((20 to 30% lap ODD) occupying ' ;-. :_ ;: I

j critically needed spaces ,3/
I; So enjoy a vacation at home fete y..,. ;',

You have always wanted to do |lust that any S fIl LA'OR DA"j
i way. Discover comfort. beauty and tttrM- I- .
4 *t fII"tw vewt ill
i I 'ON Boo advantages surer dreamed existed '
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I I Elmer Martin, aviation machln when he. must report to San Aug SO Covered dish dinnerof Announcement has been mad of 'th* local WAC detachment;,
W mat tint daN USNR. ton Francisco where they will live here of the marriage of WAC who attended as maid of honor
IL Ad Astra Chapter of O E.S. at
DeFillppo and Sit Following the church ceremony
temporarily Cpl. Phyllis
of Mr. and Mrs. John T.: Martin Sam J. Davis home
't' Mr. Martin U a member of a Frank Brtgnol. which took place Sgt and Cpl Brignole departed
ojt Homestead, took as his bride Sept Business meeting of
A crew which received seven commendation Thursday morning of last week for' an' undisclosed destination toapenct
Miss Mickey Groom; daughter of, *, one horn H .Admiral Homestead B.P.W.c. In Leader- in the ba.. 'chapel of Homestead a abort honeymoon.
Enterprise office at (
the late U Commander Oeo M. Haliey and one for bravery,,under p m. Army Air Field. I .
a an Groom USN, and. the late'Mrs.' fire. While oveneu he par- Sept Meeting of BusinessWomen's The rite were performed by: JBUDKAN TAMBLYN
Groom In a simple ceremony per' .ticipated 'In two battles and' was Circle of Baptist W.M.S Chaplain Win. G. Woods, base .HONORED' ON DIR THDAY' .
formed In the First with Mrs. S. 1. West. Mr*. Naomi Dario .of. Florida'
\ Aug 4 Bap- stationed for a' time at Bougain- chaplain.Cpl .
I ILn tlst Church ot San Diego, Mr. ville where his group vat bol- Sept., Meeting of Redland Brignole, daughter ot Mr.: City wat."hostess..lit'a ',birthdayjupprl8
I Martin had just returned to the ed 128 time In 2. thy and.?was Neighborhood Club' with Mrs, and' Mn F. DeFIUppo of ]Kennett, t Fridays nlgh' honor, .
United State after IT months of shelled for 11 consecutive{df.. Mary T. Furry: Square. ,Pa,-i* 'assigned to"duty 'Int' 'Mis*''Jeredewr Tamblyn,. ; ;
dive. duty In the Pacific. He worked under.constant'sniper Sept I ITSO dance sponsored with the Third Service Commandbf ': w tlfe+-guests*yrefei"; Mrs.geese -' .
t For the ceremony the bride I Ore, with Japanese artillery.only by Woman's- dub TteroetteaJ. Baltimore a* WAC recruiter rats S- -A*i tW Rev;'Gladys'Cartel : .

; 'WoN a, blue suit ..Itb'black: and two and ,a half; mile away.-H* ''Sept Meeting of,the.WX "Set, ,Brll lot*, son of:Mrs Z, 'arid*MUtf Vf Viftinlajackje" ..
II / ;white accessories, and a corsage serviced plane at Guadalcanal S. Circle Two of First Baptist Brignole of Vlnela d.', N. f. ,has iind Charles{all LakiW rt1i, .
: .of alter In pastel hue*. Immediately and later at Munda, Where *** Church of, Homestead with Mr, been ,assigned to the Security Mist Edith .Tambtyrt, .DariusBaW
; after the wedding the coup tenlve air operation often forced Sid L:, Kendrick. Unit of this field for .th*' tpatt' *.,.1.11. .GeftlYirve'; Callas; .
t le was entertained by Mr. Martin's the repair.men..t .w rk "round Sept It-Meeting of Horn*. 15, fondle. [Kflsr.Betty"SWth vrVatRsontiHeLoretta ., /
I shipmate Club Bennett; Lorraine analBebna1d'nOdeuiOvind'letter'sad
at the Sky the clock
stead WS.C.S.circler .
? in Sunday Included In the.wedding .partywas
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and at the Little Club.. Mr. Martin entitled before
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school building < Mr, Mn. Martin ,
j and arrivedIn his ,raduaUon'110m Homestead lLen..RoItrer
Homestead Sept. -Meeting; of Homestead Security Unit, acting as best man,
Saturday to visit High School in, 1941, and came
1 with Mr. Martin' and t hi Home Demonstration Club and WAC Sgt Claire. Strayhan .
parent home on leave .; receive *. diploma -
1 other relative until Aug. 21 '

Mr. and Mr*. H. A Stone of from Homestead High School In I .
; :r I Orlando are announcing the mar. 1839 and joined the army In Evening, T:S* .. 11-88 1'. M.AdmlssloB .
In a candle-light at made of yellow sweetheart .
ceremony rotesThe sep-I .
lie, pins tax
l the home of her parents Mr. and matron of honor wore a I triage of their daughter, Louise tember of 1942 Until
,; :Mrs J. K. Whltaker Mrs. PearlWhitaker pearl fray'suit, 'navy accessories to. Cpl. Howard. Thompson ion was stationed at Orlando Air
'. ( Ritch became the bride and a corsage of gardenias Th of Mr. and Mr*. Bruce Thompson BaseMrs. Venetian

: of Lewis Monrow Tate at 8:30: brides mother was gowned In of Florida City The ceremony -
I o'clock yesterday evening Dr. light blue and., wore a corsage was performed by the Rev E. S. Capllnger, Mrs S. F. Skating Rink
: C. Tucker at the First Baptist Matthews, Mrs Anna Carter, Mr.
Sidney H. Davies, pastor of the of talisman roses.
Homestead Methodist Church, At the reception which follow- Church of Orlando on Aug 8. L. D. Wyman, Mr*. O. L. Show- I7.> SW S7lh AvMiami
: Mrs alter Mr*. C. D. Frame, Mrs!I
performed th* ceremony Only ed the ceremony, Mn. Fred Ku- Thompson was graduated
Orlando Dexter Smith; Mrs McNeill, Mrs:
: I relative from High School last
and a few close friends feldt received at the door, Mr*.
June. she Wynn, Mrs Williams, the hostess!
; (were present. Fielding Ruff presided at the After completes a semester I
: I The of college this week she and Dr Sidney H. Davies, the. ) 1
rooms bowl Mrs
were attractively punch and H. K. Foulk.; 11
k decorated wIth' tube roses, gladioli had charge of the bride' book will join Cpl Thompson In St+- pastor fs'

t. other garden flowers and Mrs Tate, a graduate of Homestead vannah where he I Ia stationed. -- ---' ------, -, .
; palms. High School, was a charter Cpl. Thompson was graduatedW. .tHI DRUG STOR'Jvt. iM. \
J) Before the cWemony Mrs I. P. member and active worker In the I
,. ) McLeun sang "Because" for which Junior Woman's Club of this city .. C. .. CIRCLES
t I Mrs f: L, Hodges played the pi- until it merged with the Woman's HOLD JOINT MEETING I

'.: I' ,no accompaniment. Mrs Hodges Club to which she belonged also.! Circles One, Two and Three of
I also played the wedding march For the past 18 months she has Homestead W. S. C, S. met together :.r DIXIE DRUG =
end during the ceremony she been employed a* unit supervisor Tuesday at the home of .
played softly "Simple Avue"; at the ,sub-depot at Homestead Mrs. H. L. Brown on N. W, Sixth noaea 18 and 1181vt
The bride was attended by Mrs Army Air Field. St. .

.j Harold Oxford of Miami and the Mr. Tate is s .son of Mr. and After Mr*. George Ranson had
Bridegroom'by John F, Foster Mn W. W. Tat of .Monett:Mfc conducted a devotional service,
The bride wore I suit of pastel He came her In 1941 but forth* Mrs J. Q Wynn Mrs Dan WIl-
glue with white shirred blouse, past II month has been a civil liams and Mrs. J. A. McNelll 't' ,

and fro'1her. small feathered service employee at Pearl Harbor presented a program on "Th w .
headpiece hung a shoulderlengthveil. Sacredness of Money". '

I The other accessories, also They left last night for a short Plans were made for serving 1 .. .... ; ').-..,:. 'f. )
were white. Her corsage was honeymoon light refrshmnt during the Intermission .
period at the Methodist -
Bible, school next week. Each MILl OF 11!
Tooth Powder 27 c
of the,lour circles will serve a .WMAGNESIA: |V
w trip."I' day and the society a* a whole ,l'\ This pleasantly Savored tooth powder it a family jQ
e will serve on the fifth day, it An) fivome! Specially priced iV
was decided. <

covered Plans dish were dinner made to also be served for I \ Briten Tooth Powder .r ?, 39c !Ji

In the Sunday school room on tY This big-wiling powder brightens put teeth a* it *5ijI
Sunday, Sept 10, when the first ." I clctnil Generous j UK. *O/
quarterly conference Is held
r Circle One will provide enter- Klenzo Antiseptic:,rc, 49ey
tainment for the joint meetingof
the circles on Sept. 19, it was The popular spicy-Divoicd antiseptic for oral hygiene,

decided. Circles Two and Three S-_ NYLON 29cJ1.!
1 1 will provide refreshments, and : Klenzo Tooth Brushes s
ill will Join In the worship program ',
m Clioic of your favorite style: tufted,convex,or oval jV
The social service report for '". <',.... !!"': ,
the month showed 30 visit madeto
the sick and 10 bouquet, It
cards and 10 tray lent -:--- -. .
After the three circles bad divided -
for their individual business

meetings, home-made Ice td-, KITS
i cream was served 0
Present were: Mrs C D. Eaker,
Hive what you seed when JOlt
need k.24-,.i.FifMAidM.ou 1 l. C ,
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Included (he-tffl ,tens what
Dr. Leonard W. Raskin
to do whoa emergencies am*.
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GLASSESIKmr -. p',59e N-.twq.49 Hates
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War bond Redland Road between Avocado and sasca7ne; tctre .:i

Investment Ispur.Iirestanent -

Pianoforte and Theory
Y .
on or nor arose user attactU 'In America '* ; VIo\1.l' Xylophone! PUaoAccordianrr

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ugdlfst 1 {19 '"M r HOMESTEAD LEADER *ND-ENTERPRISE: "Page Seven .

: " ..anmAY'PAan"GITDf' I 1


a birthday party Auj 10 for her I
1. : ,,,!!II II : 1I1I1II""I! !! [ I '[ !! :; [ I! : II ''ii !!!! "
daughter, Judy, who' had reachedthe ]

IRS.E.A. BUCHANAN4, HONORED AT SHOWER age of nine. The party Was RATE, ))rat Ifcaeriioti U>ta line, subsequent tatertlont ;,
Liven at the home of W. fend ie dine .
WOMAlfS' i
? GIVEN'BY C'Lt1B OF HOMESTEAD Mn Wm. Muuelwhlte
Gamea were played on the '

Mr*. E. A. Buchanan, put re- Mra Gladys Walker, Mra F, B. lawn, and a big birthday cake, FOR RENT WANTED .

cording secretary of the Wom- Green, Mrs Irene Shanklin, Mra. Ice cream and punch were aerved

Wan"" Club of Homestead, was ,the I A. L. Campbell Mra. Ida Etch- The guests included: Lou Ann ROOMS and apartmoma, BeaeoD. WANTED Cafeteria manager and

honoree at a ahower given by,the: enberger, Mra Olin Wright, Mn Ivey, Sally and Olin Wright, able rates, bat water and ahow.era. helper at Homestead School.

f Anael Barrow, Mra. R. E. herard, Gene Foster, Chrmtlne 'Killln,.-i .'Palma Hotel Florida City. Telephone B. M. Hindman at

house" Mra. Henry Brooker, Jr, Mn. worth, Joyce and Bruce Ennla. 550-W .1.11)

'r Th.'''oolni'o"f'the'''luffioViewere it e Earl Pacettl Jr, Mra. H. K Anne) and Del Lett, Jane Thur-I FOR SALE -- r

'.were. decorated with roses, Iln- Foulk Mn Edmund PaceUI, Mn. man, Janette Scarborough, Betty I' WANTED TO RENT-Two-bec\1\\ i

and ferna Cup cakes with Could, Mra. KInard, Mn Arthur, Wright, Fay and Ray room houae Town or country
aWl I and.Billy,I ELECTRIC STOVE with 1 buna.e. .
': blue and pink icing were served Mra Jacobi and the honor guest Joyce Morgan, Wanda | ... VLeader-Epterprlae Box A-l4f.
oven and fireless
Gifts were received tram: Mn. Lou and Bin Muse.
Smith Mary <.UU)
Which was
"wlta ,fruit punch, 1 &:** '
.Ready electric ..
t'poured 'Jby >Mn> Adrlaq.JacobaIn'conteiU :. P. J. Franklin, Mn Lee H. Lehman aelwhite And Cynthia Lou Carter -| pump A-l

Mrs. Idmund .Pacetu Mn Jai L.' Bird, Mn. Edwin i ondiBon. Phone 07I-R-4 (a{lI) WANTED-Fmh, Juicy Kg, anB

.. nd Mra K.: R Klnardwon McCarrah, Mra. Chaa. H. Mrs McGarrah was aaalated by1! alta and kind. South Dad*

a and Mn 'C; B,, Steffanl, Mr*. W E. Rheney Mn. Mn. Miuaelwhite. Mn BAKE AND UNUSUAL trees u) Farma, lint national Dana
tbe, Rica priaea '
F Arthurthe J. R. Brook., Mn Walter Weiss, Reitz and Mn. ,Dwight Selma I lAtota. .Landecaptog and trove"pttfltag. Bid*.
pd '
'Gould ? H7UVf
: Mra B. M. Hindman Mra. J. H. Sunny Grail< Mute

JaecorW priw displayed table Dixon land Miss Helen Lehman Carl X. tk.aip.aiia ... Ratk erlee, Pahl Art, 1 Dines-wotf'Florida WANTED-Oood uaed rumlturajSmlthCravea

Gifts were *&'My center of thf floor: I nail Tal Certificate If'do' -. M fr"w "
,1. .r IIIo .. But at rWrWa. w wlli day ""t Jana. a. D...1(0. ... I | (12811) (mistiYWANTEDRepair
., SidneyLaXtelfltf '
', "I.Fllent'ultkrejwlr.'; le. Shah b7. THfi by.1" ....I aaaM la .aw aftlaa *.4 km *.. .
ck; JT>,Mtra ,Isrtirrfty:Witt.W easels e. Aa.d.d* a ..WI...... Plot action for a Iu ..d to be read .- AUTOMOBILE KEYS lost 'between .
soak Fear I. la the at Daw. work' toner
ai Cast
kra. tk Jaloartaainauin. :
Mrs 'oil. eKtlflraaf ai *
lart: FaoeJU' ;; sold aa
,kep 4rL .., .. .. office
tint riarMa. aaikraoi4 Cartlfl my andBrown'sDrug
Dendy 1 th-erh.d la the Canal. af Dade . building, cement work, reoftnaV;
f: giutua. Wynn Mn ..- )I.. 1171. The .moat af MM atau .. "....,. Nee tlth Hour
Box Ss
young t, aawar doe MM Cartlflrat lama CrlfflMniiiMin Minion *
N M tt. .. Lot M shah a. .. '
I' LEGAL' NOTICES WM la tile uaw at lido 0... Co Peek EMaaH. Plat Book I. .ll: (pall) Homettead (d0f)tSaLKendrick
Lat IT Block. M. PulfaH. b Uw .... Pan lit. .. aartkvi .M.. Taanukht. MDoiltk I:
:: r aitkm C subdivision. PUt .
ut" Oaualf
IT'JrOTirB. pen snow FOR rcrllo'.JM Rook M. ;..e' *. ta ': Court at DaaBUU >,I 1 00..... state at FtarMa. : PERSONAL I I1t'S'tfC'K
PRODUCTS or THE err or af PkvMa, .. awiaraoH ra Or.UflMta The aajaimirat af cold. pmpartir anibr.
.BOHISTIADi Na. II Tt. aaMMamt at ..Id''I
TIle the MM orrtlfloaia. WM 4a tka aaaw Cot '
i: .K. aauncn 1-t*: city of Name. popery under. the MM Cartlfkala bud Lillian M. II...... FREE! It Excess add causes you C
t ataa pill rw.l. aa.ollrw.Iubr4Wilier WM la the Maw at DaM Da*. Oa. Uakwai MM tartlflcajta '....' W n. pain of Stomac,Ulcen, IwUKeation -
L I. oil fad all and Imam al ... Union MU. Certificates ....u M ....j I WaH4 aomranl to law. the praantra or TUB
? ....... _I.* at a P. w. BepteaikrrI1 rmw4 sae dine to law. the Braantr aWMTtkaa1 ..eriM ._. will f. odd to tkahlaknt Belching PEACE J
t, |(I4: InforaiUloa nl.tna'M. quaMUI UMrola will .. acid to the hid,. fcMorr at the Crt Hew aow Bloating Nausea Cat Paint
am, apadfleatloaa may .. ebta wed all t Ml bidder at the Court HOUM *.. .. the lint Mem- .. the month af ttt free ample. Udga. af Birth Certinraiea and ethos d.oo.meats
t Cot's U* off/. at. tk* City ehrk I I'I the fliat Hoadar .. Its .....tk at .*...j on_-norr. 1(41 wkM b the 41k aD.U4 .. Brown Pharmacy. acknowledged. and wlUt
L E. EDWA1DP. .Uwikrr, 1(44, which b the 4tk day 011 01 September. 1044. (pn24)IF Y
\ V. CIUL Ckrk. CII7P Bom.VM 'Ia'i ewetember. IM4. tkto l-t day of Aarout. Hit.. sesaed,
'. t day of Anai t. 144.E I It R. LEATHERKANCkrii YOU want
I to get married
af Cin. R Court, Odd Fellows BhM.
NOTICE O' APPLICATION Circuit Oart rtnrlaa.N write. Box 20, Vancouver, Wash
Dad Com"
> N. W. lat 8t ...... 14. fU
FOR TAJt Della .1 IXar Ommt. PlorMa.B I ft C. BTERRETT D. C. (J2ltf) ,
I> rkaptor 20722--A-to of IHIKOTICK N. C. pTERRETT D. C. Circuit Court has
0 U HKSKHY GIVEN ICIrmtt. Curt .roll /Aura t.1.. 11. la. 1..1 -- -
1 tad J. Parr. bower of atata aa4 O.MOIka I CA... 4. II. 11. U. I.14)
: -"..... Na till one Wit fcotJtk. 1 1I IN ma CIRCUIT COURT or, rat Bonk I. Pac M. Public ..... at
let. day at tuaar A. D lid MOTH OP "
,, la m? rtltti. and kaa au*.'appll.aatlaa .1 TAX DEED I READ THE .WANT-ADS AND FOB DADS COUNTY TwMi jr-ro.r a4 TnMr.Nrnat ,
far a tan bed to W Lund tfc.ro. Ckaptir tffTM-Art. of 141 FLORIDA J. W. CAMPBELL: ADDITIONto
r ..asaw Ontlfkatoi _.... the M. Fib I Is Cloome"No. the Tvw. .. HoaM.ta. Sanding
bolas MMrlkW -pr.p.ry to the Comets -NorrcB .u EJ GIVEN Oct MUI to ka plot ..._ ramrwH In flat .
1T PORRClOai OP-.TAI irBRTiriTATca "", : hoJI' I ot.Pw'IIM wf tka PubllaBUa "
.iwwdo at Oawntr HorUaiTwmgMkrw
: CITY OP HOMESTEAD a -,.......JSKIS" Logic Taenty cw., >n<
' : '. ., the a- Plnetda. 'Twwty.f.tn; Dinh Ono at HIli'"
k' \ I CUB PARK aamalac to the Viet
R shaved recorded hi Plat Boat II at
or . .
4 f *f, : :-tJtB L'E'A"S-.ED. BY THE-.-ARMY\ -!.. THE EVERGLADU DRAINAGE MB.TBICT : .rk>rto.i
: .
.... latrrporaM Dralaaa Ma, Lola raurtna nod ablora. Work
"* Mt. at the err..of naalaa.at aJ, Tow at HIBISCUS PARK, araaiw.la ,
Id6f : NOW_ 'OrEN'YEA AROUNDRIVIERA : : :" pafaaaaxta *' to tka phi tkn_ raad.4 la ,
j-- ,
Plat laxk 'W. ., Paaa M PukllaMararwl
1 o aaa POI ra'RLIC4J101"1M '
.. at D.to Or.nHP. F>""at
-.. . II'.. 'i TUB NAME OP THR STATE OP .Lola .. Ron ..4 Elcht HkirkTwa '

. ..... ..... ;f.:. Or, 711E P7ARIDAITo D JrIlQANTI: ,' -HOYAU 'PwLMAUIHTION '
: : to the City of Hi aiaitoaJ. a unlliwto
: J. L. fCAUOROUGH and -w.. the plot UwrwP M.v4o<. In rut -
? MRS i. ,Li aCARUOROUl. life wlf, Boat a, Faaa .J. r Raaimh fit
; r: f akin..1_ Haa* fa aakaawa to .. ... U-.lr> .....nt-- .
ore. Versus Cttrt.0, Taos .....wa of TATUM'AD., ,. IbltMNm '
"tI..' B. N LBNLIR .
: i FRED LUeAB; .114I the Twra .wI M.M.Ua4aaraMllw .
CARY AiLUCAS. aa Tra.a under tkarka to the pass Uionnf .....r*.
will ...___ at D. W. LU.. ft to Pal Bolt I..Pan Its lukHaRm
-- :' |CAB. '-, ..-...... lawal .w at Own c...... .rfc-Hd.; 1,
I- : < I FERN LUCAS aaa- PREP: LUCAS, bar ..... Partr iw ..... nrtp- ouP nTATUMB /
: koaaa. aiaoaraar. laws ADDITION .. ... Taat
rw n L VORA B. KELLKR.! a wlaow. ....... 1. HuMMoaa. Recording to Ilia Plot
IEL faar. Iowa| Ikrrauf t.rr.,4 la Plat' .Bank I.
I BAILEY PROPERTIES INC.. a ala. Pone IM Fife Maiw* at ,1.*- w

I. .. .. .. ... :..... M. .. Solved Maw. York .aamatattoa..aa< all :County, rhirWaiLai f
.. \ ....__ am.rora ita iete..t.tnwtam Tn a..... Elnaw. TOWN OrHOMMTEAD
ar atkatf partlra claiming kp. a >.uMI....... ._
!tkiaaah. rider ar a.a4nat. MM. ahap/ | V L (3rd Btmt New Tart Plat. Rob i. Pan M Puklla R.a.rdsd
: ; da's'Ea8t" Coast" Clip' Now YarklI Daaa C "Gffinff Ftor I I ' aa" Such .. Its ...... door rlW4 *Ma.dlrhMM .
I TBEODOIttW SAIL". 0..... Pter.lua. . Mar InawaV In lh.. City
a. rniowa BAILEY, i r slid at 11_.....Dade Cnaatr .,.,.....
., MASON,. *4i L aim Stet )I.. BETTED la II'. Pour aoptaranea .to
.. York ClII' .11. Y_ aa" OTTO DOM the
Bill rf C-w.pl.lht
the lalMllTa/ na
r .AaCH. IttJE.. Wk Stet, New York
...announces." : Ittk aaf at iepa.h.r..A. It44.
City. N Y. M Tnaxaai the pnwrtp
1 bit of<.ka at <*. Clark at UK InHI.
.. at MM I I.... a Maw Ybrk aorpora .. a 11oo_ Pro Cvafaiaa will ..

NEW CABANA CLUB '. It": . .. tend ....- pax
A.V. B MILKY: If w. -. IT IS rtRTHKR. ORDERED that Ihto
I New. Yrrk, Cltr N. Y. aiM all pant
seek for fun
Order W publl.hedam S .
Pool and Tennis Court having or ...1.1.. to kava any right te.a-eutlw wake ,. tb H...........
Open Nightly at Swimming title ar hitanwl la aid to the followlat a awaaapar pil..!.!**
/ i 11.4. C P.arltlaIK1NB .
I--: ;
I'I) Lat Debtaw and AND ORDERED at MtkTlda ...1.
of VBIDLEB thb 11th day af Aanat, A. D ift
MUSIC r,cwnHiiB 10 tk* plat' tJMrenf H tEATHERkMN. .
raanl.4 In Fiat Honk I M Pen I*. CWrk of ,... Clrv'l CaarkLMitorEalarariM
9 I Puk.I:*. BMonto tt Dab County CIRCUIT t'lltlllT SEALBy : / '
........... t WII. W. ITO<:IUNI'I.Dopuf .
I Lou On. and Two. Blurb n... C.......
Transportation Service for Guests-Station Wagon will meet ... of BOULKVARD AUDITION IRA C. RUt"'ll'lI.A' .
I Ui the Town tt HMM.UU. MOTnllMIto her PLLIH.
world's famous beach. the rM IkTwrf _nW In plat 4A.. I" 51. 1. I. II I"M|
f your..train' and wake, trips to the I

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and Summer:'Rates. In Dade. County: 3 roos 50c-.6 mo% 75<: 1 ytn LOO

.. i Write'. .ior:: Descriptive: Literature : Outside Dade County yr. 2.00 ; "
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Box 747, Daytona Beach, Florida EBchiaH find I __ .. far which please .Mil the Leader

. Henry H. Hardesty, ManagerNOTICEI far _._._" ..-..._.... months t. ' . _

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'1 tn.U 'QQ'Quunnuc Frits Schroeder bee returned stows Au,. IS to Mr and Mr*' f Medical patient were 'Mr*.
FLORIDA CITY from the James Archer Smith Buddy Robert. i Florence Wise) and Baby George
IN AND AROUND By Warr*.* livery Hospital where he underwent an [r Surgical patient; this week Graham both of Homestead.'
\ appendectomy.:.. were Mra. Gertrude Brownie of Tonalllectomic there performedfor
t'' j HOMESTEAD Mr. and Mrs. John J. Martinof Mrs J. W. CaVIl-arrived from!'Homestead, Mill Betty Lou. Green I, Betty Harden of Homesteadand
1'WriDe'.4. ,
of Mrs PaulRoo-: Henry Olm, Jr. of florid
Miami were week-end West Virginia
guests this week to visit
t : ._.... ....... of Mr. and Mr*. David Carnegie relative, f maon of Bollywood. City

(Continued from Pg rive) I
y Mra. Robert G, Vrana. has returned Mrs. P. A. Bowman of Miami
now are visiting relative In from Senola, Gs. where and her dauhterRhoda Jean
Jacksonville. They expect to return : she visited her parents, Mr. and were Sunday guests\ of Mra E.
home torn time next week Mrs J. H. Brooker. She I* making J. Rhode s \ 9 "
her horn with Mr. and Mrs. -
4 Mn. T. C. Shackleford and her' Wns. J. Oeronlmo until the Booker Mrs :Roy NeiU and children,
. ( younger daughter, Catherine, ire return her In the fait Mn. Kenneth and Patricia. and Mra.
visiting relative In Atlanta. I II Vrana and Miss Charlotte Ger- John Becker and children Becky I
onlmo spent Saturday afternoonat and Norma, were week-end
Mack Hardee, who la employedIn Miami Beach. guests of Mr. Nell In Fort Pierce.
/ \ In Penwcola. la visiting here with I 4t
: his family. I Mr. and Mrs. :R. E. Scott have Mrs. Margaret Lukas left this
sold their home on Twelfth it week for Temple Tex., to visit
Pvt. and Mrs. James Kerna and to Mra. Ads :Roberta of Home relatives. _
I ; Mra. Kerna IOn, H. S. Blessing,: stead. Mr. and Mra. Scott will
Mrs. '
E. Wynn of El to, Ga., Mr.
3rd, left Wednesday for Washington -, to their home .
I move new In South and Mrs. Willard Wynn and Infant
I D. C.. and HarriivUle, W., Miami In two weeks H. C. Car. son, Johnny, and Jackie I
: VI. michael of Tifton, Oa, visited I Wynn of Miami were Tuesday GI'VIN'G.S'1'If. : .
i-I them Saturday. guests of Mr. and Mrs. W W.
Edward Shelry of New York, -
. nephew of Dr. Frank Hauiman' Austin Stanford of Athena,I Severy. ;
o' spent two days here recently: on I Tenn., arrived last week for a I Paul Bigger was 111 at his :., Gt b At+s'
.d I his way to Brazil. I II brief visit with Mr. and Mra. O. home Sunday. 'tfolJ him .,.aaoldi0
Clonlnger and family. *
I : Mri. Harry WUl'Ileft Sunday I Ii Dir i Mrs. Inet Odium returned We.c. ..JIIOotJlOP"o h '.rl9ht... ..aut
i for a visit to PoufhkeepBle, N. Y. Mra. Harry and grand' Sunday from the Kendall hospital \ t.. JI to a"ci" ..the" .
eon. Charles Barker returned yoddon tbe a so oil are rea over rytlo..a
I. last week from Fairmont, W. Vs., j o post.is : .
I 1 Patricia Clbbs. daughter of Mr. where they visited Mr. Degler'a JAMES: AXCBEE SMITH 110'" fro ifors cto1JIlI ;. a the
I and Mn. Kermit Gibba. of Key parent, Mr. and Mra. W. F. HOSPITAL NEWS J oI' j 1hffttM,
Wilt, It visiting her with her the ..se oils .,
.. Jones, for several weeks. JlIS". bow... .1eQnl11 oc i
: grandparents, Mr. and Mra. H. o ,,
M. Glbbi.Mra. Mrs Harde Mills has returned Mr. and Mrs. Emory Davis areparents !
to Paris Tei. after a visit with of a daughter who was >f0
C. B. Lowry:; and daughter Mr. and Mr*. A. L. Mill. born In James Archer Smith .LtYji
f Sharon, returned: Tuesday Hospital on Aug 15. She weighed. from Cullman. Ala, where they Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cucchellia ilx pound one ounce. ....
had been visiting relatives. have returned from Boston. A five-pound IJ-ounc son was -
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IT" .
( .' Dr. and Mra. frank Fursten- I
; berg of Key West and children
\ visited her over the week-end
ait the home of Mr. and Mrs
Stewart Springer. Dr. Fursten-
berg la director of public health
for Monroe County. j)I
Mr. and Mrs, H.: S. Springer>
returned Wednesday from Coral
month.Gables where they spent the past

Mrs. Lovett Newell and daughter
Karen, and Mra :Robert Hurrah -
an of Miami, spent the week- e
and with Mr. and Mrs. S. t.

West Mrs. Hurrah.parents of Mrs. Newell and 0 6' Acres Bearing Avocado

Philip :Beams returned to work '. .
Tuesday at the HAAF tire department : '
after a seven-day leave Grove *
of absence.

;4 Misses Jean Loll and Virginia I
Stewart have returned to their :; 1
4 home In Darlington, S. C, after
1 10 Acres Land
visiting her with their brother- Ploughed ;
in-law and slater the :Rev. and i.
Mrs. :R. E. HasUnga.

Lt. Julian Ashley of Morven.Ga .
", who la stationed at the Miami Acres Woods Land .
Beach army redistribution ,
center after IS months oversea
duty visited here Sunday with
his couiins Mr, and Mrs S. T.
Gorday, Jr. .
Mra John Powell of Meridian, ,
Miss. and daughter Beulah, are
home guests of Mrs. Powell's 'ON THEMARKET
ferother-ln-law and slsUr Mr .
w and lira J. T. Tomerlln. '


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