The leader-enterprise

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The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title:
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title:
Leader enterprise
Place of Publication:
Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
South Dade Pub. Co.
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
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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I-Fatal Crash of Dynamite Trucks

" e Under Investigation. by I.C.C. Hen :

, .Vegetable Tariff Aiding TWO DRIVERS BLOWN TO BITS

i. War Effort Briefs Show. ID 30fHT-WIDE(} ) CRATER


REDUCTION'' Legion Auxiliary to Conduct AnnualPoppy OPENED IN KROME AVENUE

Day Sale in Homestead TuesdayNext


WOULD TIE UPMORER1CARS Tuesday if Poppy Day, and pensions" Mid Mrs. Lamar Kend- THE WEATHER Investigation of the explosion
members of the Woman' Auxiliary -I I rick, past president of.the auxili -' which blew two truck driver and
. of John Salley Port of the ary. "The money derived from the, Official weather report of the their dynamite laden vehicle to
I American Legion are planning for I I|I sale of the flowers used for their, Subtropical Experiment Station, bit 11 mile north of Homestead
: their annual tale of red paper aid and that of their dependents."The Homestead, Florida.Date on Krome road about midnight
popple mad by disabled veteransin j I poppy brings to our minds, IMulMlii. fcr. I bit' Tuesday, was..begun here yesterday
government .hospitals. the sacrifices our nation mad In ,
1 May 14.1 811 1 1111 I t
---- by a representative of the Interstate -
"These veterans do not receive the First World War and the lines
." I May 13. ...... I $8172, 12UO trace
Its war effort would, be not !ef our boy who found their resting May 19_....._. 88 11111 I I 0.1' Commerce' Commission,
sided but curtailed and hampered MOTOR CONVOY place In. Flanders Field where May 11. .... .. IT 115 I 1.00 The two trucks that collided
by lowering the tariff! on Mexican' the poppies grow.' May 11.. ._.. at 115 !3U1 while hauling dynamite from Bir. ,,
'I "We should be especially poppy May I'_ 83'' I. 1.0.011 mlnghanv Ala., to Key West, operated
vegetable from Mexico, Luther L conscious now for our boy are under the Jurisdiction'
AND TWO TRAINS Mai 20. 1 181 1 II 121"1
Chandto Gtfulds and others over sea fighting for the same the 1.C.C.
who spoke in behalf of the Florida principles their fathers fought for Th fragment of the bodies of
' vegetable Industry told Jhe.reciprocity BRING SOLDIERS We do not know how many of A. R. LIVINGSTONDIES Gloucus Hubert Baker, 22, and J.
( information committee at them will come back to us disabled B. WII28.. collected from the
and needing our assistance the 30-foot-wld and
vicinity of
a hearing held Monday and TUt*-
e day at Wasbln"on. Two train and a motor caravanbrotlBftf" Ubinany,tcaxs. AFTER3-DAY IS-foot-deep hole blown in Krome
The committee is considering %t>nmion of the 1040) I' "War exact a terrible Woke In road were shipped last night by
request from Mexican for Infantry to Homestead Wednesday manpower and money, and db we Turner Funeral Horn to Alabama
, a reduction of SO growers cent In thepresent to relieve the 121st Infantry from give our bit, letus hope that victory SUDDEN ILLNESSA. for buria-rBak to Clanton and
S duty at Camp Redland. The 121st, this time will assure a lasting Waltes' to Decatur.At .
tariff of three cents
on a which arrived here six weeks ago peace throughout the world. I before Justice of .
I an
pound of tomatoes, for one thing Livingston I
Rutgers pioneer
Mr. Chandler, who returned Wednesday will leave today. "The 'boys' who make the poppies I civil engineer of Homestead died the Peace Sid,V.Kendrlck Wednesday
One trainload of men arrivedvia always count the. tfoixi' I
on Milton C. Smith, 40, and
said be had
night 930 o'clock last In the
at : night
the F. E. C. while .
the other them
home' Let's not fail ,
Oliver Cox 38, surviving drivers
no idea when the decision of the James. Archer Smith Hospital after
(Continued on Page Eight) ,*
a poppy of the truck whose dynamite land
committee would be
.announced. an Illness of three days. He'w.
.. With transportation lines and 'C8 year. old. caught fire and burned but did not
fldlltles vitally needed for the Women Volunteers as Plane Spotters Mr Livingston became ill Tues explode, wen the chief witness \
,movement of men and supplies of I day. He was taken to the hospital Their testimony in substance was t tII
. For Posts in This Area Geronimo follows: I
,t the armed forces Florida is only Says, following a cerebral hem-
The two trucks, each loaded with
three to four days from markets morhage which he suffered Wednesday
east of the Mississippi which areS Women airplane spotters are "All posts nave been functionIng night, and early Thursday 180 cases of dynamite for a dredging -
nation needed for on a 24-hour schedule for the Job In Key West, were making
e i principal consumer day time duty in order Ills condition was reported very
vegetables, it was pointed out.I that men may be relieveS for night last two weeks'Vsaid Mr. Geronimo the trip from Birmingham via the
Mexico, on the other hand, Is 12 "and additional. help I greatly low.On Monday he was at his officeas Florida west coast and the Ta-,
assignments observation
to 14 days from these market ins-' posts needed ... relieve the strain of usual and apparently In good mlami Trail. Their last top was ;
. each car bringing vegetable_from hi the Redland District, Wm. J. extra duty on those who have already health and spirits. Until very recently mad at Naples. After they had
Mexico U tied Op; four Geronirnp: ,"wbo Is In curse of the volunteered." however, he had been making turned off the trail and proceeded ;
; times at long ai/x from florjda eight listening posts from Per- Those willing to volunteer as a 63-mil trip daily to the Keys south on Krome road for about
carrying 'vegetables"to, the tame fine sooth, announced yesterday (Continued on Pig Eight) (Continued on Page Two) eight miles. Smith driving the ,
mar 1i,<- //epres'en.taUye from ,lead truck while Cox took his !
sleeping shift, looked In his rear
ed.. k< "
"Aisrati7ig} that the vegetable First Attempt to Classify Avocado Varieties vision mirror and saw the rear \
duties -were" ,lowered and the truck flash a prearranged signal
Florida acreage ,.Curtailed one- Indicating a desire to stop. ,.

', third by the resulting: competition Made in of Local Men Krome Institute Smith said his truck wa making
to '
; of vegetables,produced by cheap Report (Continued on Page Three) t
' foreign laborsaid Chandler: ,
would INU.till' United States' I i
.(Continued on Page Three) First efforts to register classifyand to light could be methodically In the annals of the society. This TWO RACES HOLD :
list avocado varieties grown !checked and evaluated, nor has committee ha these problem as
"" la Florida and their respective' :there been any specific group its primary concern, and hopesto 1
" .u.S. tONSIDERS) qualities and fallings\ were made ',charged,with encouraging the ex- work with the experiment sta. VOTER INTEREST
MemortaT1 ptoitation:: our new seedlingi. tlon and such person a* are Interested -
in a report to the Krome
41 t Institute of the Florida Horticultural Various Individuals and the Sub- furthering the work in NEXT TUESDAY :
(} Society by Its committee on tropical Experiment Station at any way that U ran.
avocado varieties ft the meetingof Homestead have done much work Your commit 1* well aware ,
AS CENTER HERE the society: held, recently in along these line, and their findIngs of the size of its tilL We were Two race hold the main Inter.
Gainesville.The ] have usually been published ,(Continued On Page Four) est of voters In the run-off, or i '
report of the committee, second primary election to be held

Establishment of a U. S. O. unit composed of Wm. H. Krome andS. Car With Good Tires 15 Gallons Gas I I Tuesday. ,
In Homestead with the Chamber J. Lynch; of Homestead Harold 1. The contest for stat attorney .
of Commerot building as Ha official Kendall of Goulds and W. F. Wardof Stolen Wife Son of Owner Look On I between Stanley Milled, militant .
recreational and social ceateti Brooksville' wa' read to the as I II I contender, and G. A. ,Worley.
in prospect aa a result cfaninvitation :Institute by Mr. Krom It b reproduced equally militant Incumbent; and
sent to national headquarters herewith because of the A black 1I3T V-4 Ford belong A description of the car and of 2. Th race between C.W. Peters

by Mayor Tom Harris ,value such I variety: list Has! for ing to Olin Wright was stolen fromin I the thief a* far a* Mrs. Wright and :and George Okell, high candidate fIn
and of action taken last night by I the grower of avocados: front of his residence at 33 W. the boy could remember was telephoned ,. the field of seven contender
''tu Kedland District Chamber of I After mere than a quarter of acentury Mowry street Monday afternoon to Miami and broadcast for the legislature' from Group !.
:, Commerce dneton.II commercial cultivation, while Mm Wright and their ,- over the police radio network but I. Th poll will be la the same
/ The chamber director voted to there still exist within the avoca- year old on looked on thinkingthat up to yesterday afternoon neither location used In the first primary
eoope.raMth the city and civic do industry of Florid a certain ? 'r. Wright had sent someone the car nor Its driver hat been and will be open until sundown. F
.dub of Uht district In getting amount of confusion a* to variety after the car. When the car heard from. It..... last seen as In Homestead the polling place I*
the V. S.C. and to offer the use name, and a* to the relative speeded down an alley and failed the thief drove it past O. B. Park- the old post office building: In
of the building at a rental to be meriu of the different varieties to stop at the rear of the store set dairy on N. Krom avenue. Florida City, the town hall; In
greed upon after a conference Moreover, there lies been no plan where Mr. Wright works, however The Ford bad 15 gallons of ess, Princeton. Ms this'store:;In Gould, i
with a regional U. S. 0'ftPI'I- ,whereby the new seedling varieties Mrs. Wright sent Olin Jr.. a new-battery and three very good the Goulds Fruit and Vegetable
(Continued on PiP Eight" which are constantly brought to warn his daddy. tires, when stolen. Grower packing house.

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A-l-C Priority ObtainedFor 'TO GET DEGREE Patriotism to Be Theme I''stead, who now live In' Sony,.,
LIVINGSTONContinued Fla.. where her husband, th* Key,
Crate Materials Miss Betty Blake, daughter of For IL H. S. Class :a N. Walker,is pastor of the I

Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Blake of South DI'I list church.:
+ ( from Pap ODe)
in connection with engineeringwork Wire nails and crate materials Allapattah Gardens, will be graduated Patriotism U the them of I

on the laying of the aque were stepped up from "-A to AI.C from the University of Miami day exercises to be held

duct. He never complained and on the priority list for growers Monday with a B. A. degree. senior of Homestead High School I Elect ''I
in Florida u a result of efforts Wednesday evening at t:II in the
f was his cheerful amiable, accom.
made by a delegation of Florida school auditorium.A I STANLEYMILLEDGE ,
modeling self right up to tile time
vegetable and fruit men In Washington 97 Completing Course written by Miss I '
he was stricken ilL ; class history ::
early this week. In Red Cross First AidNinetyseven Helen Norman and Miss Evelyn
Funeral arrangements had not This rating Is second only to the I
t been, completed at the time of goIng priority given materials used In Syke will be read by Lamar I
to Dickinson; a who's who compiled
1 press. national defense industries. persons In the Red- by Miss Rita" Dent and Miss Evelyn I
Born In New. Jersey, Mr. Livingston Leading the delegation in the
was a direct descendant land District have Just completedor Syket will be read by Harry !
successful to better the
f attempt will complete Monday course In Martin a class will written by
f of Philip Livingston, one of the priority rating of crate making t
signer of the Declaration In- materials were Luther 1. Chandler Red Cross first aid. Seventythreepersons Min Mary Jo Close and Miss I
comprised three Conner will be read by
dependence. He spent his boyhood of Goulds and Carl Piowaty of Marjorie r
and young manhood In Kansas, Princeton. Homestead, all taught by Miss Jo- Miss Annabelle Peters; and the

and came to Miami In UI4 as engineer sephine Cook, girls' physical edu- prophecy written by Miss Mary

i for the Model Land Co. In cation director in the Homestead. Pierce. Miss Mable Ruth Pope and .

this capacity he moved to Home. Conducts Quiz Program' schools. Paul Rut will be read. by Miss

stead and accomplished the difficult For Rotes and Lion One clans was given for air and Edna Forte. I

feat of surveying the vajt fire warden Senior member of the band will

; everglade area west of Homestead . Ted Preston, former Miami Ro. Mrs. O. E. Thomas of Kendall furnish music for the program. ,

and Florida City, most of I tary Club president, conducted a instructed another class of 24 at I

t which Is now Included In the Everglades quiz on military Insignia and government Princeton. Miss Marjorie Moser .
National Park He I Miss Cook also taught an advanced '
project. agencies at the Joint
I surveyed the route for the Cape meeting of the Homestead Rotary first aid class In which 11 Receives B. S. Degree

Sable road and supervised Its members finished the course last
Club and the Redland District .
month. Mls Marjorie Moser daughter .1
building/ He was an authority on Lions Club in the Lions Den Tuesday ,
7 the terrain and natural life of the nightIn Mrs. Lorraine Clark of Miami of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Moser ofj I I .
who 1* teaching two first aid Homestead,'Monday received a B. '
Cape Sable country and
was one
a brief talk! prior to the quiz,
of the most enthusiastic promoters Preston emphasized the need for classes here each Monday and I S. degree ,from Florida: Southern i
Wednesday afternoon and eveningwill College at Lakeland. '
and supporter of the movement training and discipline to
to establish Everglade National proper be here today from 3 to Sand Mr. and Mrs, Moser attendedthe
enable us as individuals to meet
: Park. from S to 11 p. m. to give a graduation exercises and returned '
the AttorneyStanley
increasing responsibilities with
He followed his vocation of civil which faced each make-up lesson for any who Tuesday accompanied by ,
we are day.
missed a meeting The class will Miss Moser. '
engineering until his death exceptfor "We must self Mtlledre ha for
control *
practice j
be held In the Homestead gym Also receiving a B. S. degree
an appointment as and team work and our nwlflahly devoted big
exert years
energies -
nasium. These classes will From Southern
take was Mrs. C. N.
postmaster of Homestead In 1930.
toward the Urn and labor toward tile
things that art '
examinations next week. Walker, former resident of Home. i
31. His first wife Mrs. Beulab :
worth while," he said. ''We must civic betterment of that community -
Livingston died and In 1(39 he develop the proper attitude to- i In which he has lived.
: married Mr*. Mattie I. Livingston .
ward changing conditions, particularly He has served a* councilman
widow of Wm. M. Bradley regarding restrictions which and, later, aa mayor of the vlll.
who survives him. The only other .
; of Miami Shore without
are imposed upon us by neces ace
known survivors are a nephew In sity." THE MODERN WAY TO Ply

> Argentina and a niece In Colorado. Pointing out that the Island of He Is trustee and attorney
Always prominent In civic work, Martinqu and Guadeloupe for the community church of
1 Mr. Livingston served several
sent a constant threat of danger Miami Shore, riving his legal I
f terms as a member of the board
services without
to this country, Mr. Preston concluded pay.
of directors of the Redland Dist H* has given much of his I,
by attention
t trict Chamber of Commerce andt urging more I .
Urn by personally going out of )
be to Pan-American
given our relations .
I was Its secretary when a full-time which 'can be of even USE IM'I his way to lock to the multitude -
t executive secretary was hired last before
of grievance brought -
value to In
greater us the future
} fall. In the 20's he served repeatedly him a* president of the
Winners in the quiz were Web-
{,f aa a member of the city Dade County Bar Association.
council, and at the time of his ster Williams, W. W. Allan, Geo. Many thousand of our citl-
M. Trick and Geo. N. Wakefield. .
death of the muni-
was president sens have expressed their (raUtud -
cipal library board. He was a Mr. Allan announced that soldiers to Stanley Milled,. for his' :.'.
district air raid warden and served at Camp Redland have been '
untiring civic devotion by Voting
as city engineer when the city provided with a ping pong table \"I'! for him In the first prim- "
of Homestead had need of one. He and equipment by the club. Henry "

Brooker, Jr., club member donated ary.Thousands
did the civil engineering work fort : if other have.

South Dade Farms, Inc. 01it, the table and the club bought recognised the sincerity and

'; subcontracts In connection with the equipment, he said character, ef Stanley MUledge i

construction of Camp Redland and and they too voted for him.
I annee may ke ....... _Joe apptbatloato
Camp South, Dade, and more recently There were many others who I
the Honorable Arthur Oomn, Circuit
In connection with construction Judea of the El tenth Judicial. Circuit In SIIV\t\ helped swell the martin of vie-

of the Key West pipe- mad It tin for Dad Dad.County County Court Florida HOUM at Chamber. Miami torT In The first primary for

line.Mr. I Florida for a* order authorlilns the Stanley Milledce over the In- "
In adoption of I.... Klrkpatrlck ar themM
: Livingston was active their 4>..h... In ...........* with the cvmbent, because they learned
\ fraternal work. He was past ,"'IuI.. such fwee made and prodded. of the profound depth and
+ master of Royal Palm Lodge, rand I noted at ......I. Florida. April Suth.R knowledge of the law possessedby
A. M. high of the WITH THESE .I __ J'
past priest IAIIUr.L I. DI CARLO Stanley MlUedge a* evidenced

Royal Arch Masonic chapter InS ROOK 01 CARLO.Paltbna. .. In the way he handled

Miami, past eminent commander H. TATI.OH o YOU SAVI MONEY his circuit court judgeihlp. i

1. of Simon of Cyrene commandery, Attorney(May Nor II. Prtltlnam SI. It. I.... I. It, l4t I This I* the picture we see today -
Knights Templar, past worthy patron 0rov ENJOY PROMPT COOPERATIVE of Stanley MUledge.
{ of Ad Astra Chapter, O. E. S., NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDER "
o Notice hereby rleea that the annual I (Paid by a Friend)
and a member of Man} Shrine meeting : the alocahnlden ol the FlnridaEait I
CFort".... Company will be held YOUR CAR JS EXAMINED FREE 89 A. :
He member of the
1 Temple. was a .....,.., I
.t the office' of the at HomeleadFlorida. TRAINED M. D. |Ilofoo Dwoai) I.
: Episcopal church. Tuesday, June 9. 141 at S p. ai
for the Purpose af electlni a ward of director ;
NOTICE TO APPLY FOR and traneaetlaa tuck other 1.II' PRESCRIBES olin NECESSARY :
t NOTRE: is HEREBY: ei,.a that the W. MOODY P.-huaI\\
Mdenliaeo1 will oa the ISIh Ins O/ June. A. D. FOOLB and
: ( 1MI at ID A M.. or aa noun thereafter a> (May a. If, Juoe .. 1I4SI YOU PAY ONLY fOX WHAT YOU NEED 1912 Drinr's LicenseAT ?
warn ion NEED IT0YOVX ;
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Light and Water Users tariff ai I gesture of the good ccDt-a-pound reduction In the
It between >00 and 300
Encouraged to Pay UpI neighbor policy the committee on!tariff on Mexican limes. DYNAMITE yard away from the burning vehicle j
reciprocity Information wa reminded The duties \r9.
established by the Then the explosion came.
AU consumer of electricity and that the fact were established Hawley-Smoot Tariff act may be (Continued from Page One) one that rocked buildings for miles.The .
In 1(30 that American capi, reduced (0 from 40 to 45 mite hour
or Increased per cent an at '
water who owe put due accounts tailln.ncee and next thing Sirut and Cox .
control the
I : vegetable the and he
by presidential action without time slowed down to
will be required to knew their truck fire
pat least own was on
Industry In Mexico-American '
confirmation about IS. He
the driver
by The thought of
'I congress. ,
one-sixth of their put due' balance capital which exploit from broken gasoline
cheap three cent the other truck must have
I duty on tomatoes, for gone to line
In addition to keeping the Mexican resulting from the collisionor
labor In the
production of
be sleep, because when
ample reduced Smith
may to one again
current bill In I from the of
paid full each vegetable and exploit United Impact the ex ,
and a half cent e pound and the looked In the rear vision mirror
month. the Homestead city council State market at the of plosion. They raced away from I
expense original duty of two cent a poundon the rear truck wa bearing downon
decided the Inferno of
Monday night The the American producer. iris burning truck, \
limes be reduced truck with unabated
may to one speed.
action wa taken fearing another explosion from
ai a-means of
making It possible for delinquent I "Die duties Imposed by the cent It the president decide that Smith gunned hi* truck, but WIt their loaded truck. The truck and J
Hawley-Smoot Tariff act In 1910 fact established by the recent unable to avoid the collision The
patron of the its content burned furiously but
municipal light and I
were only equalizing duties" the cent the lead
hearing and recommendation of truck off the .
water department no explosion occurred.
to their
pay dl I Florida representative argued I the state department Justify such road, and as Smith stepped to the
accounts without
undue hardship.The "and any lowering of these tariffs action. running board he saw flames start- The only Injuries suffered by the
( council voted also to requestall would undermine the economic I Senator Claude Pepper and Con UK from the tab of the other surviving pair were bruised and
merchant and business men structure of the entire .vegetableand Pat truck cut feet on the part of Cox, who
having account against the city to allied-Industrie not only 014 gressman Cannon both delivered , had bis shoe off when the collision w
render bills the excellent presentation on behalf Reaching back for a fire ex
promptly. on first Florida but also occurred and ran over the
: of
of each of the' Florida growers Mr.a.anat.a Ungalsher, Smith rushed toward
month.Bfauty'Parlo and southern California" rough rock-topped. , road la bit
Mid: Congressman Lex burning truck only to aee .
bare feet
Since 1MO the< Florida 'veg*. Green also. filed a brief and Con. flame envelope the entire cab.
Starts ... Uble>Industry ha grown tea point gressntan Martin Peterson appeared Realizing 4hat terrific explosion The explosion wa* heard a* far
Sntnmer Half Holiday*, where It can take car* of all'demandiihafmay before the committee. Senator might sccurst. any second,. he as Coral Cable*, and ,the fierce
be made upon It, C. O Andrews remained on raced back to his own truck and, slow from the boning dynamite
: the cmsnittewas told The trow xtuty' to the senate to watch legis reached It lust as eoJolted I could be seen trim Miami Beach.
IiiaIM Parlor of .Homestead. (. Tieaaoa ha been extended IronsMu1dOIIthIto LtioA"Mill.-S66l&. Pepper attended from 'hi*.bunk by the collision,I Accidental death waa'the verdict
I f all three of them will start half- nincrmmthar Thetedem1i tte'hearing-.:,' .: . got the truck back oo the road an* of the-conoroert Jury. -
: day summer :.
, elasjpjf jMptWeane t tad county-Ipvem.
del noon lo fact.they did Wed menu 'supplemented by private
llead& .ot Ibis week at far at pre, capltal.1Iave'lpeat million of dot-
viously tnade appointments iwould Ian developing landayand trnprevlM
F permit .. transportation 'aD'euhunllllethoda..Aa
Fart Uzer'.lu.u.haVl been-ob. gains 11,000
serving, Wednesday afternoon doe-. carload of vegetable produced la N MBOOTAVERN' !
ing for several week. Merchant*, 1030 tbe Florida industry now "
however, still have not .
gotten togethkrtoagree producing JO,000-carloads annually
on' the''date. for despite floods-freeze*and other :
starting ,their lt -holJd ,*. hazard 1. Ii IiLandl'.re

now available
Jas. Wollam in Army.lie which Florida grower could pro-1
Writes From Camp duce all the vegetable needed for'
the civilian population. well as
the United States armed force, :
James Wollam
popular Homestead and the outside world if the,Industry
grocer, Is now In the army: were called upon to do 'so, Homestead's ,rear.'Round Restaurant
according to word received from M'!'. Chandler said He called atten.
Camp Blending by his mother. tlon to the fact that Florida grower i I
Mr. Wollam left for Camp
of winter vegetable exceededall
y. Blending Friday of last week to goals set for them last year
take the physical examination. for by the United State Department
elective service candidate. of Agriculture. Famous for Fried Chicken
The day before he left Mr. Wol
lam was presented with a lifetime Florida grower are patriotic
Sheaffer pen and pencil set Americana and in no.way do they
V by his employee and a few Intimate desire to hamper the war effort".

friends: a* .a token of their aid Chandler. "We pay taxes.'I' .
esteem. buy war bond ad send our boy ", .., .. .
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to the army to fight Before
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j;making the declaim to -oppos the The Bamboo Tavern wished to thank )
TARIFFContinued Mexican request for a reduction In '
,1 the vegetable tariff everyone oil! : : ..:. its many. friends and guests for the confidence -

!. ( -from Page One)' us expressed the conviction that f . ," and patronage which has enabled this ':. ,
markets would get 20000 cartois no steps should be taken that : i institution
them in
.1 serve. a metropolitanmanner. ::
less from Florida while Importing might In any way. hamper.or.embarras -I ". .
20.000 carlot more from Mexico. *our government In the successful t
prosecution of the war.
figures, however '
the 20,000 additional car re. Appearing with Mr Chandler r Inbehalf The Bamboo Tavern is a rendezvous
quired to haul Mexico increased of the Florida vegetable Industry ''I -
vegetable shipment would be the were H. L. Haney of Belle, where leading businessmen of this section

equivalent of at least (0000 cars Glade and J. D. Hawkins of Pom-' meet in a cordial and friendly atmosphere
because of the time required to pano. Cirl Plowaty of PrInce-,
1 cover the distance a* compared ton appeared before the.committee while enjoying a delicious meal, correctly
with time required for shipmentsto In behalf of Florida lime growers served, amidst pleasant surroundings.
the same point from Florida" who are opposing a request by
A* for lowering the vegetable Mexican lime grower for a half- ,-
Many private and social club parties,

II locally sponsored, have been taken care

'; of in a manner unexcelled in this area.
II I Whether you drop in for a "Chicken Coop",

? Candidate for, I which is one of our leading dishes or .

/ j . whether you desire to dine or entertain, you .,

LEGISLATUREGroup I ., .' may be assured of the basic ingredients +

3 that only an experienced restaurateur can

provide, such as delicious food and smooth,

1. Thirty-two years a resident I j prompt service at a price that will fit your"'

of Dade County. j ,' pocketbook. '

2. A family man with four '. ,

children in the public schools. I ",:;:., While reservations are not essential

'. 3. Pledged to support Governor they are highly advisable. Our main object' '.

Holland's- economy program, old age pent I being to please you, advance arrangement

sions!' public hearings on legislative':matters, I : ,. :. ,for parties is appreciated.BAMBOO '
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i der three classifications: I rOnnl). Tree vigorous and moderately I very tore and vigorous, good
HOMESTEAD LEADERAND AVOCADOS I I. Varieties in commercial pro- productive. A few are :bearer. About at hardy as the. 't.

duction, plantings not being ex i still planted because Of the extreme I Booth varieties.Varieties .
ENTIRTRISI (Continued from Page On) panded. lateness of Its season. Being Tried ExtesrtTdy
S. Varieties In commercial pro.
.._ tVUtwASJOIII familiar with the work of a timl- Varieties hi. Commercial Frodae 1 'A" W. I
sax AKCHtt: finHi n4 duction, plantings being expanded. BOOTH No. I *
LEAd A CaU.- lar committee In California which lion, f'lanth.ID, Extended Guat Season, Jan and Feb. Fruit

--__ ... or-- has functioned successfully\ sins t. Seedlings of promise meriting FUSCHIA (Fuchs)-"A*, W. t medium to large, quality poor,
1916, and hoping to avoid unnecessary more extensive trial Season June IS to Aug 15. Fruit seed very large. Tree moderately J .
r PaMlltwJIr Pewr. at 11_...... J'\a., mistake we have availed ..
w tiMk !..*> FnkUAtavMOirrto c sear. In addition they publish ft com. medium-sized, quality fair for an vigorous, and a regular bearer.
BATH ourselves of Itt experience In plate list of registered seedlings early variety., A poor shipper BOOTH No. SB, W. L x '; j,
a Olds OswtL...+..r.. IUt I many instance A* a result the They thus Indicate the merit of when fully mature. Tree vigor, Gust Season, Nov. to Feb. Fruit A
l tests .f D4lIStt a..._ "M0 Mt-up we propose U like that of an Important varieties at reflected ova and a regular bearer Too susceptible medium-small, quality fair. Tend 'jA
riser d a ,.wad ehw rev the California committee la man/ by popular demand limiting to cold Injury for the to drop 1U crop in late Nov. Tree '

rwa. .a( rwita., M the.saw wt tk*.erko w* M*ts retpecU. ; their own Judgment to the newer Ridge section. very prolific but subject to insect ..J.
t area rv REGISTRATION' OF NTW varieties vim which the growersare WALDtN-"Ae. W. 1. Season, pest ,

r SEEDLINGS. Heretofore, when an not familiar, and to the actual Sept. 20 to Nov. 15. Fruit med BONTA-"A", W. L x alll ,
r Individual chanced upon a teed- descriptions of the tommer- ium-sized quality good. Tree I Season, Nov. through Jan. Fruit "
Bourgeois ling which h* considered to have Mal varieties.. Your committee moderately vigorous and prolific. : medium-Urge quality rather poor. I

, I like plain people merit, a* a rule h* had to deter plant to. do likewise, and will Too susceptible to cold Injury for The DIme should changed., M
Who think and work and plan mine Jtt value as well a* he alto Include a list *f varieties most of the Ridge section. : It conflicts with a variety already
Then carry out their projects could with what Information and which are not considered of com BOOTH No. 8-"ET, W. 1. x registered in California.
I The very best they can. equipment h* possessed It It mercial importance but whose Guat. Season, Oct. IS to Dec. 1. HALL-"B", W. I. x Guat Season -
Better than high falutln' folk probable also that valuable fruits quality warrants planting for Fruit medium-sized quality fair Jan. to March. Fruit large,

I Who make me feel tin dumb have been overlooked. We hopeto home us*. Tree vigorous, precocious and resembling a West Indian. Seed '
At this time we will merely Tree vigorous and prolific.
And that slip Is showing encourage the bringing forthof prolific. Planted In Ridge section large.
my present a tentative list, reserving "A* W. I. x Ouat.
end and on East Coast HARRIS- ,
And stocking: seams not luch fruits and to that are
plumb. providing a convenient method of I Iregistering detailed discussion of their merits BOOTH No. 7-"B", W. I. Season, Dec. to Feb. Fruit small
and testing them which and demerit for the future check OuM. Season, late Oct to late quality fair. Tree vigorous, pro. "
And I like plain '
I list. We have no registered seedlings :
medium-died quality line
Dec. Fruit
also eliminate duplicationand ,
String beans and boiled potatoes, and will divide our list of good Tree vigorous, precociousand HERMAN-"A", W. I. x Guat.I
confusion of Whena
i' White bacon and fried eggs namei. varieties which have not yet attained prolifiC. planted In Ridge Season, Nov. through Jan. Fruit ,,,.'
And plain old sliced tomatoes person who hat a promising new wide distribution Into good. Tree '
section and on East Coast medium-sized, quality
J Better than food prettied up avocado seedling wishes those which being tried fairly
are HICKSON-"B", W. I. x Guat vigorous and apparently prolific.
With names I can't pronounce.A tested more thoroughly h* may and those which *
extensively, Season, Nov. to Jan. IS. Fruit TONNAGE (Taylor "B">-"B .
I lamb chop tastes as good to me obtain an application blank for Its might be thus tried. We expect medium-sized, quality excellent W. I. x Guat. Season Oct. and!
.r Without a paper flounce. registration, fill It In and mall It, that this list will be revised in Tree tall, rapid growing Seems Nov. Fruit medium-sized large,

Then, too, I like plain clothing along with two or three repre- another year. Indeed we expectIt (0 bear fairly well although Its quality fair Tree moderately\ ..
That can be washed and boiled tentative samples of the fruit, to to be changed annually. vitality b sometime tapped by orous and productive.
More than the dressy kind of thing the secretary! of the committee,; .
You dry Clean when they're who I It at present S. 3. Lynch of Varieties an Dommerelal Produe- heavy crops. Has not been tried. Seedling Varieties New Being
soiled. the Subtropical Experiment Sta- lien, riaatlnct Not Being Extended extensively as other accepted va.rletles Given Limited Trial
but Is quite popular In the
And I like little houses tion at Homestead Her It will POu.ocK-"S" W. !. Season, I Redlands. Merits trial in the BOOTH No. 7-B-"B", W, I. x

Where folk use all the space be tested and Its characteristics late July and August Fruit Ridge section, but may be too tender Guat A seedling confused with
And scatter their possessionsAt compared with other varieties of large, quality excellent. Tree vigorous for that region. Booth 7. It It Nov. and Dec..

will about the place the same season If the seedlingIs but an undefendable bearer. LULA-"A", Gust :x Mex. Sea: fruit of medium ill*. Tree vigorous

More than impressive mansions considered sufficiently promising Still planted for horn use son, Dec. 1 to Feb. 1. Fruit mediumsized and apparently prolific.
With spacious, awesome rooms to warrant propagation and on East COllSt.SIMMONDS"A". quality fair. Subjectto BOOTH No. 10-"B*, W. I. X ?
,' That make you with to ask If they further trial It will be registered W. I. Sea. scab. Tree all, vigorous and Cuat Season, Nov. to Jan. Fruit
I Are animated tombs. under the name the owner has I son; July I ito Sept. 13. Fruit productive. Quite resistant to medium-size, quality fair, seed
And I like chosen for It, provided this does large, quality excellent Tree cold. Popular in the Ridge section medium-small Tree vigorous,
Common yeller dogs not conflict with the name of another lacks vigor. and on the East Coast. moderately prolific. j
't Who're proud they're dogs variety, and a certificate TRAPP-"B", W, I. Season, late REPORT ON AVOCADO-GAL. 3 BOOTH No. U-"B", W, ,I. xQua" '
And admit that they have fleas. registration! of that name will ot'l),August to the middle of October. TAYLOR-"A", Gust Season !. Season Nov. to Jan. Fruit .!t

; If bourgeois mean "poor whit sent the owner. This will Fruit medium-large quality good. Dec. IS 10 Feb. "13 Fruit small, ,medium to large quality good
I trash" him no legal title to the name, to'Tree prolific but subject to Insect quality ifalr. Subject to black seed medium. Tree vigorous and
i Then I am one of these. be sure but he may be certainthat I pestt spot Tree tall, vigorous' cold- apparently prolific.
( rNNNNNN.wNN, no other variety will be regIstered -'I PETERSON"A", W. I. Season resistant, only moderately productive BYARS-W. I. x Guat Season,
by that title. At the sam Sept( through Oct. Fruit Planted In Ridge section and !March and April Fruit large i
: CURRENTCOMMENT time, the committee's report of Its|medium-ilzed, quality good. Tree on the East Coast. 'quality excellent .
findings may help him In estimating ,small and susceptible to cold In. NABAL-"B", Guat Season CHOQUETTE-vi.. x Gust f
::1 the value of the avocado. ThenIf ,Jury. Dec. 1 to Feb. 13. Fruit small or I Season Jan. to April Fruit large

he desires, the commute will I WINSLOWSON-"B", W. I. x medium-sized, quality good Sub- quality good Resembles. . the '
By AGNEW WELSH help him arrange for propagationof ,Guat. Season, Dot. 15 to Dec. 15. : ject to black spot Tree Byars seedling
'j _.NINNNNNMININNMNN.YNNNNNNINNNNNMNN" a few tree In different localities !.1 Fruit large, quality fair A poor prolific, moderately cold vliOrouR'j EDMONDS-"B"', W. I. x Guat. ?

editor1 Not.I Mr Welsh .a.... so that the behaviour of the I shipper; subject to damage in Has weak wood Planted in the Season, Sept to Nov. 1. Fruit t
...nets .. his "comm.ate" _.... variety under the different conditions cold storage Tree lacks vigor, Ridge section, medium-sized quality excellent

_tile, b his* ..alate tin.rn.nt... Ad'*r...at_vtriMM...... may be observed. The peri-! COLLINSON-"A" W. I. x I Commercially I Tree vigorous and reasonably
I ..alto1.. A.... W.I.h, In N. od required before a variety can Gust Season, late Oct through Varieties Not Planted productive. One of the. earliest
lath .'"'"". Mlunl, ria. be considered worthy of extensive mid-Dec. Fruit medium-large, but Suitable for Home Planting : of the hybrids

propagation Is at best several I quality fair A poor shipper. Tree "MITCHELL "A". Season, FRANK-W. I. x Cuat. Season, .
.j. The Florida Veteran magazine years, so it la Important that a vigorous but only moderately I Aug. 1 to Sept. IS. Size large !I Feb. 1o April A medium-sized
gives this epitome of recent auto promising new seedling be tried productive. Still planted occasionally quality excellent. A heavier fruit resembling Collinson.LINDGREN"A" .
developments: "1940, no running- out as thoroughly and expeditiously -I In the Ridge section. I bearer than Pollock. Too tender W. I. x Guat.

board; 1941, no gear shift; 1942, as possible. Where the J I LINDA-"B", Guat Season, for planting In the Ridge section Season, Nov. and Dec. Fruit
no car." I owner wishes to patent his avo- '.'I.Dec. 11 to Feb 15. Fruit large, I BITTE-"B", W. I. Season, small quality good but seed rather *
cado, he must do his testing on quality good, color at maturity I Oct I to Nov. 10 Fruit medium- I large. Tree thrifty and reported

A New York drug concern specializing his own stocks, but even so the I la deep maroon which detracts sized, quality excellent although to be a good bearer.
In "yarbs" says there are I i appraisal of several Individual of i I from Its marketability. Tree ,flesh contains a few black fibers VACA-"B", W. I x Gust Sea.
9.10 kinds of roots, barks seeds presumed competence would b< vigorous but only\ moderately Tree not particularly vigorous or son, Dec. and Jan. Fruit medium
berries, leaves, gums etc used 1 helpful, and In torn cases their I productive. prolific. :Too tender for planting to large, quality good, teed very
for medicinal purposes In this !I Judgment might save an overenthusiastic -I WAGNER--A", Guat Season. In the Ridge lectlon.FAlRCHILD"A" loose Tree vigorous, precociousand
country We produce not quite a owner the expenxof Jan. IS to March 19 Fruit small ', W.I. x Gaut. prolific.
third of this number. War restrictions patenting something of dubious(quality poor. Subject to black spot.. Season, Oct. t to Dec. 1. Fruit Before closing this report I
value. Tree rather and should like to mention that duringthe
on shipping have cut off weak not sufifldently medium-target quality excellent.
much of the supply\ from Europe At this time we should like h productive. color red. A heavy and regular past season a large numberof
and South America It becoming a solicit the assistance of members I I SCHMIDT-"B'. Gust Season bearer. Lest hardy to cold than different seedling avocado

I new source. The head of the New who have stocks upon which new I Feb. to April. Fruit large, quail.I .' many W. I. Guat hybrids, but, were made available for samplingby
I York botanical garden states that seedlings may be tried. We want I ty fair; subject to cold damage In might well be tried In th* warmer one of the local packing houses
the Indians used 1.500 kinds of to provide for observing them In: cold storage. Tree Is a weak parts of the Ridge section. A few of these merit further investigation .
these substances in their treat all the avocado growing regions grower and a poor bearer. NELSON-"B". W. L x Goat but the chief resultof
, of the state. The testing of varieties. -! ITZAMNA-"B", Guat. Season Season, Nov, 1 to Jan. IS. Fruit testing them was to impress
meets of which number about
: yet remain I In use 151 I this manner is of considerable Feb. 15 to April IS. Fruit medli medium-sized somewhat better the writer with the great desirability
Interest to many of us, and i um to large, quality usually\ poor: quality than Booth No. 7, which It I of topworking most seedlings
as the avocados selected for trial lit sometime falls to ripen uni resembles. Has a weak stem Tree, to torn tolerable variety
I : The head of the peanut Industry art usually a distinct Improvement .
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II says a synthetic cloth It to be over the average seedling,
: made from "goobers". propagation of two or three specimens In the Run-off Primary, 1\lly26, Vote for
works no financial\ hardship ,
upon the collaborator
The national ratio of telephonesis
VARIETY LIST- Th registration C. W. PETERS
one to each 18.59 per cent of; :
of varieties
new presume!
the national population. Miami
: the existence of
1 a comprehensive
must b* more ."gabby" as the
list of all established ones. This FOR LEGISLATURE, GROUP 3
: rate here Is 28.8 to the hundred
It not at present available, bu t
people. | J | descriptions of the better known Will Insist thai state clear away all obstacle to Immediate

I t ones can be found In Experiment t k peat-war development ef Everglade National Parls.r .

A few year ago cotton saturated Station Bulletin 272 while a papa n Will advocate Immediate steps by state to obtain righl-f-
with asphalt was being used in presented before the Institute b.4-y Jacksonville
I ( way for four-lane" national defense highway from
road construction: now we art Mr. Lynch last year It an excellent '
; Importing it from, South America. summary of several of th' to the Florida Keys.

j more promising new varieties. Wi Mill Introduce bill for state to bring about extension, by :

plan to prepare a complete list o f t federal gereremeat ef Krome Avenue,from the ,Tamiaml.Trail :
Physicians win hall the improved r tau Florida varieties, and woult l -
which to State load Sam to 'b* constructed at a military kUhwar -
X-ray pictures I like to have It published as a
how three dimension, thus enabling .I'matter of record; thereafter wi e giving shorter and mere direct eeeea to maintenance. ef :

them to determine whether will confine ourselves to varietieiot armed forms at Jlemestoad and Key West,
a foreign substance It above or I current importance. This li .
\ Will advwate bill to prevent grasses *f tax deeds
below a bone and at what depth, similar to th* procedure followed .
rendering similar aid In th* treat. by the California committee, teal ) MM yeas after Uw
l r' meat of Iractum which .annually.liit*.varieties un-

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'continued, but sewing material i lira. Johnny Becker, kin. Harold Mr*. A .B. Laacham of Cldrai ) -f
1 may be obtained town Mr*. Cha Roller and Mr. Joe OolleU- and their children, Marjori. Aud. t j j
Clinton at her bom acheck visited Mn. Seima Matt- rey and Wayne, visited Mr. and ( 11
In and Around I on at Flamingo Monday Mn S S. Cave from Thursdaytin I /1'".
I Mitt Genevieve ClIne U sufferIng Sunday. \ .f
tram an Infected foot caused Mr. and Mr*. frank StalUnji I
I by her stepping on a rusty naJL of Miami and heir mm Franklin
Homestead and Skipper, spent Sunday her tiWr tia
I Mia Injeborf Mattion Ml r i i "I
t: I Monday for a one-week visit with Mr And Mr E. Milli and family ii
' !i' friend In Jacksonville. moved 16 Homestead Sunday
Mn Frank L. Skin her daufh the James Archer Smith Hospital:,I I
\r ier, Mitt EUzabeth. her ton. Frank Monday night for treatment
, '.; L. Skill Jr., and Robert Centner Other patient there are Mr Yen ,
*. ot Washington D. C. arrived AlUaton ot Miami and I). 0. Phillip
" her Monday right torn Wabinctoo. who received lacerations Sun.
Wit Mrs. Skin hat kern TtoltInf day eight white workiag tar Wll 1

.. a broUwr-to-Jaw and lUter, bam Bros. .,
Mr. and Mrt. t. W. Whit
rY Lieu Edwin Lawrence who bai NOTICE
..ft. Katharine Kingtnan Weber, 10- been visiting his parent Mr. and .
!.' year-old granddaughter of OIL Mr. E. L. Lawrence, ln Wednesday .
I" and Mrt. Ralph Klntfman, hat for Fort Bennlng, Ca, when ',.f,
com by airplane from Hawaii for he U stationed In a supply bat the
, talloo. . It has been requested by City
'''oW' an extended visit with them at ,
,r.i: Together, their grove horn on
'/I, Klngman road Miss Ethel Anderson of Naranji Council of The City of Homestead, :
., left last week to spend two week
. MY*. Raymond Robert of Key la Dublin, Ga. I Florida that all merchants and business \
, West and her tmall ton. Ray, are ,
vlittng Mrs. Robert parent, Mr. Mr. and Mn. C. A. Underwooc ,
,t and Mrs. A. J. Campbell. Another and sons Tommy and Harold, ban houses having accounts against
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.U returned to their home In Naranji .
Campbell, Mrs. Pat Boatwright ot after a visit of several monthi '
the render statement
' ,is Miami, with hen two Children, with Mr. Underwood' parent, City accounts
j Patty and Dixie Lee, alto U vliitIngtheYn. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Underwood, fa
. Dublin, Ga..YIIM.IIIIII on the first of each month.
Mn Ceo Ledford of South.j JtLORIDltCITY
Carolina with her on, Larry, li
.. visiting her parent, Mr. and MnCeo. By Warrene StferyMr n. E. EDWARDS,
.j Smith, In Homestead
. *. C. F. Howse of Eglir Clerk of the City of Homestead, FloridaBetter
!., Miss Lot Johnson of Chicago Field, Valparlso, Fla., arrived l
who hat been vlilUng her aunt, Tuesday for a three-month visit
. Mn Selma Reitz, for the put with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and i (
v t' week, plant to leave for her home Mr J. W. Miller, while OltlcelCandidate ] ,
tomorrow C. F. How** attend the f
e officers' candidate school at Miami
Miss Annabelle! Redd returned Beach.
Saturday from Lakeland where y I II
h4 has been a member of the H. J. Derbyshire left Tuesday
sophomore class at Florida.Southern on t buslnes trip to Flint, Mich,I I If
College.Mr. {
Tech. Sgt L. C. Aldrich, Jr. o:
and Mr*. T-f4 Pennlngton Orlando Army Air Ba** and Mn
hare moved from Aldrich visited relative her !
an apartment on An
N.' W Putt avenue and First In Miami from Friday till Thurj Buy
tree$, to their home on N. Krome. day. ;

avenue. Mn. W. F. A. Robertson ha
I n
returned from Cleveland when !
Hn. Grace McLellan Smith who CAR
her died May 10 after lingering
ion a -
J'BI been pending the winter with
bet on-ln-law and daughter, Mr. illness. USED
and Mn Joel J. r... bln.aon, left l OK
Mn Martha Patonike left Wi!s
last week for Atlanta and other
points in Georgia before going to week for Detroit. i e
Washington D. C, to visit heron right roc
;:0 McLellan Miss Kathleen Freeman 1* visitIng -. the
-Smith. her sister, Mn Burley Dendy 11 now-- -
f until the end ot school right -
.J Dr. Francis Tucker and Dr. Em- -- conditionthe
. :, ma Tucker, his wife, spent the right
weekend in Miami where they Mn. Edyth Tamblyn left Monday ins
'\ spoke at the North Miami and for a one-week. stay In For! __ and -
Miami Shore Congregational Pierce.
11 churches and the Hallandal
.; church. The Red Cross weekly meeting!
j In the city hall have been dli-

'. Marilyn Brantly, small daughters
.. of Mr. and Mr*. Tom Brantleyof CHEVROLET DEALER
Dr. Leonard W. Haskinrin
Naranja, hat been returned to
-; hef home from the Kendall hospital I"....,.It...*. s....ClUh:'.. "'_
where the was a pneumoniaand GLASSESMix.s.sowas.tl4.r.Vi.
whooping cough patient -.
CMVhMr: .Air CiMMtoM*
c..__ TWM
&11'1. A. M. Logan was taken to Come in. . See our wide selection CW

1 0l.$0O5 *of OK used cars in many

EDWARD STILING makes and models. e e They're

convenient x'0'0I '
priced right-sold on

REALTOR I terms-and are conditioned toVALUES
i} Real Estate General Insurance
give sound dependable-

t Cor. Palm Are. and Are. B'- Florida City, Fla. nomical wartime transportation. '

se 'r raONCS MM AND N1-M of these
Better buy one cars today ,



!' ; The Welding Shop

ee "four ioco/ 9 R _
if (At rear *f i.B. Bird Service Station)

for service on all kinds of

electric and acetylene welding and .
Growing with South Date for ever 15 Years
job too biff. ,Bring us your troubles .
I Tee oldest Cheirretrl dealer .a flerlaVi Eat Cwt

R. L GODWIN, Mgr. . . ,.....>..< rterida. TelefkM II
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I+r.r . . Social Events in South Dade' ;'io'. .

., fl The CalendarMay

-, il- "Rose of the Danube" -

Interest I* centering today In Callahan, Queen Florinda,his wife. by H. H. S. music department. Miss Maryle Springer of Hollywood structlon project. conducted byMr '
the beautifully costumed musical Clarice Dodeon; Rose, his eldei; May IS-Annual meeting of I district director of the *. Don Ferreyra and sponsoredby
't comedy,' '-Rot* of the Danube". daughter, Mary Ellen Dearing., Homestead Art Club. FlorIda federation of Business the club-showed 60 demonstration
which Is to be presented in the Daisy, hit younger daughter, Hil May 2*-Program meeting 01 and Professional Women' Clubs, given to individual In the
Neva King Cooptr auditorium at I da Dodson: Prince Karl his eon Homestead; Art Club>> at home of intuited officer for the Homestead past sit month and an averageof
o'clock this evening by the music Donald Huston; Count Serglw; Mr. E. M. Andersen at S:30. B. P. W. C at' a meeting two telephone responses a day

department of Homestead High von Popov, a conspirator,. Erect t May M-Poppy day *al*. held in the Womarfi Club Monday to request for help ,
SchooL It I II being produced under Jenner; Demetrius Doodledorf May 17-H H S. claw night night Mrt KAU, reported that th*,

the direction of Mrs: W. B. Mill his right-hand man., Don Done;: .May -H. H, S. band concert. : Dr. Adele Hampton. put president club' Red Cross fund I* now ap'
1 The cast follow: Darrell Dew, Tromboniu Tbotletop, his left: May 19-H. H. S. Junior-senior of the Dad. B. P. W.. C of proximately-hundred dollars

a eamera man from Hollywood hand mall Harry Bishop; Percival i I banquet Miami, gave a report of the' re- Mrs., Kst preMnled Mr-B
Wilbur' Caves; Galooskl, prim MoPlpp;'m moving plcture*direCtor ., May 30-Memorial Day dance cent ttate convention In Daytona ArdaeCyelrinst'pr'eaidegtwitit; apat'perkfent'ar.

minister of Eurolanla, .Tom ,'Dennis Burmaai. Mr*. priaoUl liven by Woman'Club of Homestee4.ini sad later yleMed-toth-pie of her ,pin "a' gift-from,
tl Hodges; Belladonna,, a lady-la- .McPIpp' M* wlfejlary Jo Close; ChamoMV; Commerce audience that 'th* give some of the dub.. .
watting Ruby Callahan; Mont- and Pamela McPIpp- daughter,) building the cornier-reeding far which the Mrs Boy JIaftdIer.-fttir.ln a.....
I ,knerency, king of Eurolanla Frank AnneRhency' May 31-R. H, baccalaureaie 1 is'noted. vice-oreeidents' .was.prom'anl'
swim At Jl'li 4. m. >The officers InstalledwerMrf- cI sir.erlsH;,1IIur'-ma' Mrs .

S SEVENTY-FIVE ATTEND ANNUAL'SUPPER : May .3l-HHA*..bxcoalaunatraddrea ' /.'' 'F; HammelV president.-.Mr*. I.'p.JUcUm'Via!** ringing: aod !O '
II atS p.-cn-1 Herbert Ktz.fint vtee-prerfdent; Mrs Qiao.'Clinton' played the'lt.< ,
SERVED BY PRESBYTERIAN.AUXILIARY June 1-Business meeting of & *
..... CIn Stewart, aeeond -vIM compuimentMr */ -
t P..W. GJune president;: Mr*.' Frank Morris;' re- *., ,McLean.tnd Mr* tKatt,.. .
About seventy-five attended the Af- choir.from **-young'peo l..HII,8...commence fording secretary; and Mr, VirgilLyon MMtevBM warar-asslsted'by/: .,
meat program on outdoor stage at secretary. Chandler.Mrs Clinton nd-Mn.<
annual supper,of the Homestead ple' their ,of the colored-Baptist eomtpondlnf ;
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church sang, several tongs.. Pt rasa''June A report of the free canning In* Stewart ,Cake-and punch,'were'
JVenb ) 'Final plan for the cupper were commencement .; served-: .. ': > '
the: Woman' .Auxiliary, of the made it an auxiliary meeting May exercise at t p. m. a'group of soldier but no suitable Present besides' those- named
church Friday evening at'th* borne 14 In the church Mrs. 3. M. Hol. June 9-Meeting .of ;Woman' public place hai been available, it .ert.Mr.'eu. W: Camp.Mrs.
of Dr and Mrs. Carl F. Robinson forty directed the Bible study and Club of Homestead. was itated. The clubhouse has Henry Ruegg and two guest; Miss
: Mrs. M. M. Black program Mrs. Glenn Bui read an article June 13-Meeting of Princeton adequate facilities for entertain.': Helen Dawson, president the
,, chairman explained that the collection i on Luke. Home Demonstration Club In ng but need to be repaired and I Hollywood Club,and Mrs. WalterD.
taken at the supper Is to Others present at she meetingwere PrInceton Methodist Church. renovated. !, .
be used In the United States for I : Mrs. R. N. Herman, Mrs. M. Any person club or'church organization 1
1 training colored leaden. She M. Black. Mrs. Wm. Lounsbury, DISCUSS USING CLUBHOUSE Interested in the project )I
told also how the money collected Mrs. C. Ben Plummer, Mrs. J. C AS RECREATION CENTER and willing to help put it FrlendANN'S
at previous upper had been Ely, Mrs. R. C. Jackson, Mr*. M. Members of Homestead Home through U asked to contact Mr.' or I
pent W. Kent Mrs N. VonGeldren.Mr Demonstration Club will make Mrs. Ceo. N. Wakefleld it was I

Mr*. Paul Haley spoke on the *. R. E. Trotter, Mrs. Carl F. dress form at a work meetingto stated.
StIllman Institute at Tuscaloosa, Robinson Mrs. Paul Haley, Mr*. be held Tuesday morning the I IMPORTERS
t: a training school for the colored. J. A. Rick and Mrs. T. L. Hodges Future Farmer clubhouse. TIED AND DYED WORKIS 833 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach
oM Fridarf meeting of the DONE BY CLUBA
club, Miss Eunice Grady, county demonstration of tied and THE GREATEST
II HOMESTEAD P. T. A. PRESENTS GIFT I agent, lectured on elimination and dyed work was given for members

r TO RETIRING HEAD, MRS. M. F. WHITE control of household pests. of the Redland Home Demonstration SA.LE
1 The possibility of helping Geo.N. Club Friday at the home Of
Wakefietd In his desire to Mrs. D. M. Brannon by Mrs. ....* .
Mrs. M. F. White, retiring president tied for typhoid fever should notify make the Future Fanner clubhouse ,lie Murphy. Thirteen luncheon ON LINCOLN ROAD
ot the Homestead P. T. A,, the school or thepresident .
a center of entertainmentfor set and three scarfs weremade Entire Stock Drastically
was prevented with an electric Installation of new officers will
oldier- or dvte group was by members after the. demonstration.
toaster by the association at Its. be postponed till fall because the discussed.. Reduced,

closing meeting, Wednesday aftemoo new president, Mrs. Lewis Brandt Several church organization During the afternoon ..tenlllpatt.erna
*? .enbur". I* away for the cummer and number AMPLE
e of Individual have for paneled screen were
A demonstration of calisthenics expressed the desire to entertain made. IIsu 6etbSLl"1DLtM 1
by the seventh grade boys' physical JUNIOR CLUB" HAS '

education department waspresented BARBEQUE SUFFER: AH CeJen-

under the direction of The Junior Woman' Club of : Small and. 1295

} Poach Rudolph Cowman.' Homestead held a barbeque sup'per Larg Use
Announcement was made that at the horn of Mr. and Mrs. -- Reg Price $2309
anyone who desires to be rnmun- Ted Oldendorf Monday evening : : s

when husbands and friends of the DRESSESled

MRS. :JACOBS CHAIRMANOF members were guettt. Mrs. Burley
Silks .
Pastels and ..
Mrs. Roberta
MEMORIAL DAY DANCE Dandy Harrison and
ported Cotton
Reg. 14.75 to
The Woman' Club of Homestead Mrs. Oldendorf were hostesses Jack Reward HIS.Luxorlemalr.
Various and contest DIXIE
game DRUG
will give a Memorial Day Polk
dance May 30 In the Chamber of were played during the evening JehasooCut 5.95 7.9510.95
Commerce building with Mrs. Those attending were: Mr. and rbosses II "d 1111
Mrs. James L. Bird. Mr. and Mrs.
Adrian Jacobs
as general chair
Fletcheii Bryant Mr. and Mrs.!
man.Mrs. Dandy Mr. and Mrs. Oldendorf. the whole family' living costs during this Recall Drug Store Far Trimmed .
J. D. Perkins .
who I* Incharge
of decoration Mrs. Augustus Wynn Mrs. Allen Family Budget Sale. Then are values for everyone but at these COATS
will be a*
slated by Mrs. Irene Shanklin, Mrs.I Neal Mrs. Stuart Hall Mrs. Ansel prices they won't last long. Check this ad now. Be here early. Gestate 45
OrIn E. Smith Barrow, Mrs. Harrison Miss Lois And I.v.r! salts
Mrs. W. R. Anderson Positively no to dealers. FAX Cellar
Fohnson of Chicago, Mill Birdie
Mrs. P. J. Franklin and All Colors
Mrs A. E. Paul J. F. Hammett Home. Mia Mosely Sever, Olin AU Site
I I Wright, John Barker, Sgt. W H.
"vlll sell tickets, and Mill Pearl '
Cone and Eddy Welnberg .
Whitaker will have
S charge of the SWEATERSHand
music. Tickets at the door will
i be sold by Mrs E. A. Buchanan loomed yarn. French

Mrs. Shanklin. Mrs. H. K. Foulk I Aocena, genuine Cashmeres.
Z Discover the economy of Adnenne today. See
Hand Knitted.
: Mrs. R. O. Store, Mrs. Herbert how Adrienne gives you the value you often
Kate Mrs. Jas. L. Bird and Miss l pay more far. Yet Adrienne Beauty Needs are

Pearl Whitaker. j Anent fullest quality beauty-and harmonised charm. to bring out your 2.95 3.95 5.95


Member of the Belle Bennett .
Circle ref the W S. C S. of the r Her*** a Classiest and : LASSU
Homestead Methodist Church held I ,elisk that teaks wall
all-day meeting Tuesday at! Deep, lasting .wtve of exqul- shoe look Jut like .air,
: : i tit* loveliness, with ThenniqiM, faaf. lor .
home at Mr* Sam J. Davtslto Betaiag cutu,
the beaterles method . Cool I . .
IeW on ,a quilt for the Red sate, comfortable heck, kW1IIIt. 8e* aaeeUeealy ** .
Cross During the afternoon the j waits" It-auk
book; "Our Times", was studied.I yew shoe*. Get a bottle ... J
Ask for
Mr*. T. A. Ferguson had charge day at this low. *rie*.

ct the study course of Perle Davis
ThermiqueAuarsBCAury WHITE SHOE
Ore TWday afternoon at the
tome of Mrs. A. S. Moye. Mrs. O. 25;
L Sl ow.ltet.and Mr*. Moy gave orrL CLEANER and POLISH 0.......a".w... 4" N ePeo;.
... ....._.w tw.isli.d.. 0160190.
talk .-.- -- . . 1S................ bap'.i.rM '

Nay Marian afternoon Fteita at the brcte horn met of Tues-Mrs. Ice Cream:Made Fresh -Daily In Onr- br B.XStebbinibr. :

p. L. -.. '
)flu Marj belle Olbb wa host SALON Own Store' ..L. W;:StebWra : ,

.ss to the Outlook Cirri Tuesday U44 -.e-. .-.- .
4a.e.a.ea D_""'". - . VOt,WJ flatter St,!JIIuII. ,
ojlftftlaa.WMn'the.miaslea sunray .
;.. jook. "Explorinf the BlbW we ......III. ft. .....:..aur. '
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Friday, May 22, 1942 HOMESTEAD LEADER :AND ENTERPRISE __ __ _ __ Pare Saved ; .



Mrs. W. H. K. Pendleton will be CLASSIFIED ADS t

'I Social EventsTWO I I honored at a handkerchief shower 1

and reception this afternoon from I Uft nne hittfttw 104 line; subsequent tassrtionti
$ to 9 cfdock'.t: the home of 14 .IIM .1

Mrs. Frank Hausman by members ..t
of the Woman's Auxiliary of 1'1

Members of the church: and friends BUILDING
will be guests. J-ROOM house, partly; furnished.A. i RESTRICTIONS '

Dr. Pendleton, acting rector of Ennis, N. W. CJi "... and I Government Building Order will
in Landscape Design" will speak on "Art in the Holy Land". the church, Mrs. Pendleton and 7th SC (pmy2 I permit the following: .tl
be the them of a talk, illustrated Hostesses for the meeting last of their son Cary, will leave next BUSINESS or COMMERCIAL

by colored slides which Mrs. E. the club year, will be Mrs Andersen month for their home In Spartan- PARTLY furnished house In Flori- BUILDINGS costing $1,000 or '

M. Andersen, landscape architect, Mrs. Herbert Katt and burg S. C. da City; running hot and coil less.

will give to her fellow member Mrs. Robert R. Relmert water; fruit trees; nice jrird. FARM BUILDINGS, costing $1,000 .'.i

of the Homestead Art Club at a Officers will be elected at a Apply Homestead Leader, Phone or lets.RESIDENTIAL.
meeting at her home meetings, members of the PrInce- 2. (a24tf)
program business
meeting of the club on --Additions or new ,
Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. ton Home Demonstration Club decided -
its painting day Monday, at the construction coating less than ,
Mn. Maude E. Chandler will home of Mrs D. G. Spellman In ate meeting Friday at the FOR SALE $300.:
home of Mrs. J. L. Murray In a
Downer Palms. The business REPAIR: AND MAINTENANCE of
UNIVERSITY CLUB meeting will follow the usual pot- Princeton to hold future meetingsIn FULL SET fanning tools, Fordaoti all types of buildings Is encouraged -
the Princeton Methodist tractor, plow, disc, drag harrow, '
CANCELS MEETING luck luncheon enjoyed by the by Government and no
I Church the most centrally located
Cole planters, small planter,
Became of the conflict with group. price limit Is placed on cost of :
spot Two members will serve as sprayer, duster Chas. T. Fay '
clatf night at Homestead High Anyone interested In work done. The design though
hostesses at each meeting.
School the May pot-luck supper Is Invited to the painting IK Fifth street (pmy2t should not be changed: by repair.

of the University Club palnun'l It was announced that set of ABC LOANS still available for
meeting of the club which are to I a 24-INCH DISC saw, latest type, are
will be omitted. this summer each oil paint and brushes will be removable teeth. Also mandrill, the above types e| Improvements -

Spellman home.PRINCETON awarded the club for winning first 135; concrete mixer, $20.: Bauerdr. to be repaid In monthly
GARDEN CUTS HOLDS prize for Its club tag on county and Country Club rd. Phone payments of:

COVERED 1)1$" LUNCHEON' CLUB I I achlvement day. 245-W. (my22-jel $ 100 for 12 mo. ff. $ 8.TT ,

Mr*. Fred Redd and Mra. W. K. :TO MEET IN CHURCHIn Mrs. Roy Wittenwyler gave a 200 for IS mo t' 1T.S4
Walton were hostesses at the CJrder' to GRAPEFRUIT, papayas and Easter 1.000 for 38 mo. 9 SI,94
and of
conserve gas report the county council meet-
South Dade Carden Club'i cov- tires as well as to continue to hold Ing. ''I lilies, also small loquat and 2,500 for <0 mo. 0 54.,.IINe
ered dish luncheon In the municipal mango trees. Mrs. N. G. Ball, Down Payment

park Monday afternoon. 13 N. E. Sib St. (.mvtut. -. Ne Ked Tape

Mr*. J. M. Dobbin gave two Come In and see us for additional
'readings and each of the other, LIME, orange, tangelo and kum- Information or Phone 02, Home-
member present give a' readingor Whatever the Make Whatever the Model quat trees, all sizes. Mrs. Chas. stead.

Camp, East Bauer drive.
told of some amusing incident Brooker Lumber Co.
in her travels. At roll call time Buick (my8-22)

members named their favorite GROWERS OF LILIES, we ask ; WANTED

birds. you to offer us your lily bulbs. I
All wro'e abort letters to Mrs
I Kromhout Flower Co.
WANTED to buy for cash-small
Ceo. E. Reed, a former member c-y-c Beach, Fla. (My; 15-Je 12) I power mower (not lawn mower)
who Is 111.Announcement.
was made that i FOR lasting beauty, plant cala-I I either Gravelyn or Jarl. Call
Mondays Tuesdays write
the next meeting will be held Nov. mondln. Full line of citrus trees. or or

t, at the home of the president, (CONSERVE YOUR CAR) if i Roberts Nurseries, Epmore Bob Felton, Box 436 Tennesseerd.
near Halnlm dr (my22-29)
f Homestead. <'
Mrs. Annie R. Butler. ( dr"j I

Service WANTED a grove Will exchange
months my 6-room house, 3 cottages, 1
ON BIRTHD.ANNIVERSARY sacrifice price, SJe each Old'i store lot 100x130 on Tth ave.,
Miss Joy Lee Is designed to Insure the maximum usefulness and performancefrom
was given a sur- I patra root stock-superior to I Miami.Income over $2,500.What
prtss her fourteenth your automobile by giving It regular, carefully planned
party _on 1 rough lemon for disease and I have your J. K. Dorn. 228 Hal-
'birthday anniversary by Miss Pat attention.A drouth resistance.
Buyers remove Arc. 2-2463.
1 I cysts phone
ty Poblnson .t the Robinson home. i special kind of service designed for the times. .We trees. Geo. 11. Fitzpatrick (my22-jel2)

jorl. ptoore drlei : must eh''a can because we are ne longer sure we tan Naranja rd. (ajltf
An 'outdoor".supper'was servedand get new ones us want them. TUTORING WANTED lilg ..

this was followed by .1 Too turn ever to vs the Job of remembering everythingyour S-ACRE lime grove, 2 miles from school and grade school subjects .

and dancing.! ear needs done for lubrication, change of oil, fuel I' I bank bldg Can be bought on Mrs. H. J. Armstrong, A. O, c..

Present besides the honor guest filter cleaning, clutch lash check, engine tuning, lire switching terms. Mrs. M. A. Berger Plummer drive and Country '
and hostess were: Dr. and Mn. headlight Inspection, oil filter I renewal wheel bearings lubrl. j I Krome ave. and 10th street Club road. !

Robinson, Mrs. Curtis E. Lee, Miss I cation brake adjusting. Inspection and filling of battery, (m27tf) NOTICE 0' APPLICATION .

Sue Robinson; Miss Barbara Jean checking o( cooling; system, and checking of muter,. brake i FOR SALE Tropical: plants: clt I FOR TAX
Soper, Alias Irene Cox. Miss Doro- I cylinder.A rus trees FII. f'I"N y
sod troplcat fruit It I NOTICE It that I.
thy Popptjl Miss :Alice Lee Ross, Will Ilillw end Allis M. Mill.'. hb wife,
I C-Y-C chart lists all these services-- nd mornel the ; season. Jungle CroRedlall' ,j I .. _
hiders' M .1.n uf gxHilh.n. Drnlnm
Mils Vera Lunn Miss Nan Davis, mileage at which they should be performed We art up a i road and Plummet drive. .01.".... Too (..'tI'I...... Numbered ITS
Miss Emma Engle: Miss Audrey record for your car and the attentions Iven It; all guessworkand I >nd HT(1 4.... the. SIlo any of A...... y
I .
Grant,, Miss Caroline Gaffney, trusting to memory. ,are eliminated. MOTICt TO "APPEAR'RII""TIIIOI OR ORDER FOB li-r 4. nod haw issue flM made Mid .ppl.C rtlflre.M....... for In
Miss 'Margaret Wlngs e, Miss I I'I! THE one I'IT COUNT or THE 'lt.x dead 10 I.... In ..,..chess .1
Kathleen Jackson, Miss Frances We call for regularly mitt rove: d. DII05. CIOf t'I. 1'1 I with. kw Saw OnlflntM ..mbthe
your car ( dmrrlked Situated Inmbnmd
AD Film
I 114011 (III'NTr,
McVlcker Miss Margaret Still-I service it regularly, bill you for a small CITY so ('HAvCRRY of H"'Nd.C\811. 1''(.. 141ema PLOHIDA. Oral.::fU I .,to Fit-ida 17. ;:: :", Avw defenwr J

man, Miss Rose Marie Grate, Miss 1 -.,..", of the. S.... ot Fl.twa m""I.11'OI. err Plat lk..k U. rest, U. I. the'
I Plaintiff.
Lenora Williams, Janice Lee, JackS amount regularly-and that's all there ... Thtodoruo. Bailey a u36 at aI, Defend.gnu. .county .of In Dod.Certificate. 'State of No PI"Id.ITS .The'00

p, Bruce Wagner, Webster Williams / is to it. I IN THE NAME OF THE STATE or m.w.m0nt.ef Mid property under th* :
Donald Grate, Junior I l lYour FLORIDA, of Mid Unknown.LMI Ortlflrat. kwwd WM In the nun

Hodge, John McLaughlin, Jim car not only receives the regular preventive care I made U ppr.rln.and provided that ku the been Uw.In omplM mh "with_. t t. II. Block t, Avof.deCfBtrr ....

Ross, Buford Freeman, Robert I that puts off major attentions as long as possible, but you : In which the' Mid bow entitled entiM, the title ol County. of Plot Do'Book". Hut IT,*rare of rlorld 14. In.the.Membrxwd

Johns, Junior King and Allen get plenty of advance notice when such major operations are hereof .. though MUM I fully* hml'ir Ml fink mass n.barrio part, ._....1 In'"t Certificate Mid property No. under IT*. The the'

Pope. about to become necessary. *ntltlln. the Plaintiff Publication to n N.itlr: Ap- Mid Certificate. ........ wu III ,lot name
PMT Order
or foe w
callPRESTON of Unknown.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Shivers of Give ns a 1'0'1.NOW' THEREFORE, YOU A. V. B \1..... Mid Certificates, .k.ll h* re.dr.m.d .
wmrdlne; M law taw dead will
I II B.IIW 110 WOOl 7"lh lit..... New York
Eureka entertained: Mr. and Mrs. on the 174 d>r ef May.
City New York John B. Gus and OdIN
Adam Brannon of South Allapat- B. BIRD MOTOR COMPANY Godwin. Gun, his ",t.. Rune. HannCounty. A.I Dated D. 1MI this lilt day of April 1141

tah Gardens, Mr. and Mrs. John Mid 00_North. who Online defendants. li E. B. LEATHP.HMAN.Clerk ,
Lee Mr. and Mrs Harvey Strlck. I Opposite Legion Tag OfficeS. yens, .0.....'.".nu Sectors of lilt ov tut r l.nlr-on.of Flori Dad County Clnult FlnrUt Court
da. .... .. .
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.r. .10' .It.
land and their son. John,Harvey, .. U file pour ordered and re.ulrH By t. C STERKKTT, P. O.
appearance In Mid' Irailt Court tnApr \
at supper recently; in honor of the Krome Ave. at 5th Street. Phcue: 18 MUM or prooeidliin/ en w krfor the' lt." ( 24. May I. S. IS. It. lUll
d>r of Jiin*. A. D. I'... otkrrwlM. dame
eighth wedding anniversary of I pro eonfw.a will be ....... against ron.Onlflrnu Irrprkv a .....p>pr publl h. Mr. and Mrs. Brannon. I lootyet Is.of sold.. revooFaecJac and State.WITNEM .
o peof .sale ,
a n>r,Kind and the t..lo.r
*. of this eran en Ik. kit day of Nor. lilt.K. .
TIlt description tJ the mlrMdtd .
property B LEATHKRMAM.
.. ...Inot l> M follow, Ul II ef Clark of the. Co..n.C. .
111..10 4. ....., Palm| Addition to H_.., comply FlorMn
._d. recording u Plat Bwk I. pen e7, (Circuit Gust loon
We Have AnAMPLE Public __ of |>M., Chat. Florida I Br .. fl. IIICre. I,.
Lou T end S. R. L. M_ Addltlen.. M Deputy Clod
H._..., ._Ina to Plot B- I. page HA r. HAYCOCK,
142. Public Rnvrd. of Dodo Count. Flnrl.d. 1401 eo...... Midi III..... FlerM
: Low IS. (S. I t of |. 1). rPPW@ Addition All....., for Malntlff
I" HMIIMM4. wronllftl U plot Bonk I .1 'II., a. is. ... it. Jose .. i.4i)
SUPPLY OF TIRES pan It. Public __ o< Uw.
I. b further ordered that this .... W
published MM* a week for feat (onMntlxweiki '
In The Homestead Leader and (..i


Agents for Firestone and Goodrich Tires . GROVE LAND-TKCCK tANDS-CITT LOTS-HOMES

Prices Were. Never *e Lew-rtenty ef Good Vales

*. :Let: us; supply' your allotments ; ." :", i : H..' A. CAMERON


Legion Tag Office. OstxaJU odd renews Balldlng

8. Krome at 5th Street Phone 18 TeL N* 71 EstsbUsfcei Ittl

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u.s.o.Continued the "Yankee" dlvlsioa. The battalion his horn In Florida City (Phone Cept J. E, :Redmond, who 1* in plane will be :
new taking over Camp, U-J). charge of interceptor work for the the oncoming enemy.
Redlsnd I* made up of former "The work'of an airplane ipoUter Dade County Detente Council,
( from One
Page ) member of the national guard that call be latued The Grand Rapids,
I* not hard and 1* not limitedto suggesting a.
jwntaUvt who if expected here In Of Western Massachusetts.: any age", aid Mr. GeronImO, tor more women volunteer Ina board report: We ---I
the near future.Cooperation. Camp Redland'l commandIng .
new married husband
"Any woman whOM eyesight and county-wide press rebate Capt.
of the Junior officer I* ZJeut-CoL J. Bruce
dependent a 60-day
hearing are good may duality for Redmond said;
Woman'* Club was pledged by itspresident I Mclntyre. Its executive officer the work. I find Job*-for their
The function of these
Mr*. Augustus Wynn I la C pt Frederick Armstrucg. Theattslion general Street Journal
"Observation post at which observation posts it shrouded In
and IU .
Mr James
sponsor L. i ID chaplain ha not yet arrived
Bird. The director of the chamber I but Lieut J. r. McCreary, men and women stand guard each secrecy, but they arc the posts at
of i day are In reality the first line of which the movement of all airplanes SIB ('ONDln J>lED
commerce agreed that two chaplain of the departing 121st louts scare IN coxrotrAfttWM
night a month should be reservedfor L Infantry, transmitted to the newcomer defense of the home These post are spotted and the Inform I.. I .. M.
are a* Important in defense a* are *Uonj communicated to the '* !. tea
we of the building ty local an invitation Issued I..lwe. chat.. .Ma .
civilian club for dances since I Or 1. E. Johnston, president: :frI the actual combat of the fighting filter center From then on, if ...... ata tax I
r there If no, other building suitable I the Redland Ministerial Association force in repelling the enemy" enemy plane are spotted, there Venetian Skating Rink
for the holding of such: social tune ,for all soldier at Camp Red- Mr. Geronlmo'a announcement will be quick action on the part tree a. w. ink At*.. Wood
tloni. I land to worship with the local followed his receipt of word from of the air corps and Intercepter

The first locally sponsored and )churches each Sunday until their
chaperoned U. S. O. entertainmentwill I chaplain arrive ..
be given Tuesday night In
the recreation hall of Camp Rod-I 1!! SPOTTERS
land. Entertainer will be victory

girl from the Redland District j I ; We need him NOW-
chaperoned by Mr*. Adrian Jacobs. (Continued Page One)
vice-chairman *t the local U. S. O. airplane spotter are urged to
citizens committee, assisted by communicate with Mr. Geronlmoat
j Mr*. Walter Weiss, Mr*. A. A. the American Legion building
than !
Payne, Mr*. It H. Done, Mr. A. in Homestead (Phone 73) or ..tI more ever
r. Arthur Mr I
Paul Haley, Mr*
Eugene Fontaine and Mr*. Ceo. H.

Fitzpatrick.The i* at war to preserve our enemies who murder and rob
loaf unit of U. S. O. victory ' AMERICA
decency throughout their neighbor who threaten our
girl wa* organized at a 1
IM.tlnhI.* week in the office of I HOTEL the world. But victory would not civilization by attempting to under

James Sottile, general chairman of I mean much if we failed to protect mine ita foundation of law andJustice.
the Homestead U. S. O. citizen I .
PATRICIA these two fundamental of democracy
committee. i
4 at home. The) criminal who
f I would them must be Criminal* win not cease their
MOTOR CONVOY 312 S. E. 2nd Ave. destroy pun
.. imbed "war" again u* merely' because
MIAMI w* are busy with a war of our own.
(Continued from Page One) I
came via Seaboard Airline. The The criminal in Dade and Monroe Instead they will Loll destroy and

soldier were shipped by train because I, Overlooking bay and river. Counties HAVE been punished while teal with renewed energy and im
they came all the way from' G. A. Worley ho been State AIpud.nce if they can get away
Massachusetts. Only enough men Two block from Flatlet tome,. They will continue to be H with ill
to man the mechanized unit Street
own by highway.The he i Ie re-elected. KU brilliant record
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