Title: The leader-enterprise
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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: November 20, 1942
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00569
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Local Hearing Determines'. SURVEY TO DETERMINE NEED


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Coastal Waters Guarded. by Blimps FOR UFIK BUILDING BAN

TESTIIOW, From $15,000,000 Richmond Station 1

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THE WEATHER Big naval blimps are operating Investigation of "reported
CHURCHES MARKTHANKSGIVING
FORWARDEDTOUSJOARDS ever South Florida waters from housing shortage at Homestead"

Official weather report et the their base at the Richmond Naval has been'Initiated by the natkmal
Subtropical Experiment Station,
: ,Homestead Florida. .; Air Station this ,week.it was announced officially housing administrator, accordingto

lIMe M.." Mia, ''1. From the base near Perrine, the news dispatches from Washington
Nov. 1f. U" \ '.4s' big dirigibles are slated to fan WITH SERVICE I this week

Nov. 13. 7f M 130111 4 out far over the Atlantic, Gulf and 1.1 The Investigation, conducted at
,TW cis tarp: and I half 'p day Mov. 14.' 77 47 I Caribbean to protect convoys of be the request of the"war depart.
Thanksgiving will observedwith
were Nov. 11.. To M | ftraeM ment, will determine whether
revealed M an average farm shipping Due to their ability to service .
a union of Homestead
Nov. 16_ U 130.11)) '
wage for PIle aectioB by the) tesK hover motionless over one point,!churches at I o'clock Wednesday recommendation for additional
Nov ITNov. '12 12 |3011 02a blimps have proved especially effective -!might in the ..1 temporary or 'permanent housing
Many T more than M South Dade II IM.n| First Baptist Church.
in submarine warfare. II I should be mad for this area Due
The Rev. O. Sewell Palmer, pas
govern-lab All records for similar construction -j tor of Homestead Methodist to the lnereaHd'mi1itar7/ popular
Commerce building Wednesday todetermine were shattered with the I Church will deliver a sermon on(tlon and the Influx of Oversea
UNCLE SAM GETS.
I Oj5' building of t&OOO.OOO Richmond highway workers Homestead
prevailing pay rate for : ,simplicity and spirituality.; The
base, which was begun late in housing facilities are at a vanish
local field labor.Wagescalerr : Rev. Robert H. Spear will give .
I ." Varied,widely bent '500.TIRES-FROM Af riband ./commissioned SepU.15,,tbe. Scriptural reading and,.Dr. A.I ins Investigation point. the- i
Capt Chaa. ft hotuuorf
according to the type of work and JMaguire| la commanding -,L. Burgreen will offer prayer The '
the Dumber of hours each day; it I officer In charge of the public is cordially Invited to attend shortage stems from recent action
revealed ADTOGTS HEREIn station which has been in operation i the taken{\ by the city council, and. .t
was by; trowen' reports. meeting.
i for some time. I is understood, by military author*
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The cnc Uag WM called by the I I'itles
-- I I to have this section declareda
Agricultural Wage Board In an Auto Tag To Be on Sale
spite of the fact that tomorrow CLOSE FOR THANKSGIVING defense area as many of the
effort to alleviate the labor abort
Dec.
Homestead at Legion Agency officers and civilian personnel I of
ate which la expected to become la the extended deadline for stores will be closed

far more agate; during the barvesting turning' into the express railway all r.ocalachooll day on Thanksgiving Will be closed'both I I I Florida's miniature- ; ;; 1943 auto the live; local as far air away base as are Coral forced Gables'This to
season. The wage scale agency all tires In excess of five mobile
license tags and their would
Thursday and Friday of next week ac mean the lifting of
testimony forwarded to to the
was passenger car, deliveries
lug
windshield stickers'will the
for government ban on building
Thanksgiving but of the
some
t.ny
Washington for consideration by: have been very slow this week, state colleges on sale Dec. 1 at the Legion supplies, to permit houses to be
are not giving holiday
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officials of the United States Employment according to C. H. Gatewood, local
Tag Agency, It built here .
leaves.Aqueduct. was announced -I by private capital.At
Service and the farm F. 11:. C. station agent Up to yesterday this week. the council meeting of Nov.
Security Administration. (00 tires had been receivedat '
Break The blue tag bearing the yellow, 2, a committee composed of Chair.
W. U. Mounts, agricultural the office. Delays ,
number 43
and
the license num. man Ben Morris, Henry
,-.mtllt hIm Beach County, presided Owners have the alternative of Key West Water Supply ber will be attached over the and Mayor Tom Harris was Brooker apt
at the In the ab- donating the tires
meeting or of receivingpayment 42 license number. Persons obtaining pointed to work toward having
sece of Wilmon Newell chair- by government check or Another break la being repaired 1]' Florida licensee for the: Homestead designated a' defense
nasa ef the state war labor board. war stamps, said Mr. Gatewood, In the Florida Keys aqueduct, according tint time will receive 1943 plates I.I i area.
The United States Empoyment and most persons have specified to news dispatches this, along with the 1J43 cover tag and: Hope that this section! Will be
service, which baa ban helping checks 'I
week and in spite .of repeated i sticker. given a defense area rating la
recruit farm labor for Florida, was Receipts are Issued for all tires hopeful predictions, the civilianpopulation | The small tap were adopted,. found In the situation In KeY'whert
represented by Allison T. French, received, and the Urea are tagged has not yet been sup-!this year to save 100 tons of metal'West hundreds of house
regional director from Palm with a government ticket telling plied with fresh water from thewells tor the war Ind trl... The stick have been and are still being built
Beach. Chas. H. Steffanl. Dade size, kind, amount of etc. near Florida
uae City. It was ers are round and about threeInches to house military and civilian
county agricultural agent also was After tires are appraised at the revealed that the line has not In diameter, I I workers."BIwkPIaiTTakinirShapeinThisArca.
in attendance. central clearing house In Miami yet been accepted officially by the I ...
Similar meeting have been held I government payment Is mailed to i navy, and that until It is accepted
at Belle Glade and Pompano. former owners 'I there will be no delivery to the

USO Official To Meet With Committee civilian Repa'rs! population.on the break, whichIs I Designed to Expedite War Activities 11

I under Long Key bridge, are ex -

To Plan Opening of Recreation Centerbase few pected days.School Jo. be completed. within aI,EARLY POSTINGIS The to assure"block plan"total ,coverage a national of setup all


The local USO executive com- and Kit Carson, / households for civilian ,war acresw
secretary Scrap :Metal
URGED
headed by : FOR ices, began to definite
mittee C. f. Parman of the Chamber of Commerce. take shapein
tXRAY To Top Lbs.
500,000 the Redland District this week
will meet with W. R. Darragh,
HOLIDAY MAIL with the naming of assistant tone
tstttheast divisional manager ef Total scrip collected In the Red- leaders and sector leaders by Mrs
usa Tuesday in the city ban te UNIT TO land area during the recent school -' J. F, Hammett leader of Zone I.
work pet sOaaa for immediate drive will weigh more than 800,000 For delivery by Christmas Day, The work is directed by the home
opealngef a. recreational, center GIVE TESTS FORTUBERCULOSIS' pounds, said A. E. Wolfe of the the bulk of holiday cards and and community services divisionof
hire:for service men. The time Wolfe Auto Wrecking Co. which parcels must be la the malls by the Dade County Defense Council
torthe meeting will be art by I la handling the salvaged metal. Dee. 1, warns Postmaster S. I .

Mayer TM Harris upon receipt Four ears, approximating 250- LlvtngHoi As explained by Mrs. Sidney L.
of rtelefiMk from Mr. Darragksaytec .000 pounds, have been shipped Unprecedented war demands Weintrauay, chairman, add Mrs.
whoa .be win arrive. during the past two weeks, said together with the prospect for a Edward H. Wright, deputy, to local
Osi u Inspection trip here Wednesday The aaahlle X-ray unit of the Mr. Wolfe, and 150,000 pounds are record volume of Christmas mail, leaders at a meeting Tuesday In
Mr Deurragh voiced warm Dade County Tuberculosis Association now In preparation. During the make the earlier mailing necessary the Homestead city baU, the purpose -
......... et the Redland District will be at the Homestead past six months, more than 1,300. he laid The armed forces of the block'plan Is: to expedite
TTiaaaaaj- et Commerce buildingfor High School from 9 a. m. until 1 000 pounds of vital war metals are using the extra snail cars usually 1 all civilian war activities to
we as the eeatar. Oft ks aa p. jn. Saturday to,make film tests have been salvaged fjom this district : used during tbejioliday rush, get vital war Information -Into
Mead ....tioft.. he said. !of an persona above IS years old he old.Besides and extra trucks are almost 1mporalblo each borne, to collect information
'Mr. Darragh was aecenpanled who meant themselves, their cash prizes tat to obtain.Thousands necessary fur community; war
by Oee BrauUgam! director elth .I J. W. Moorehauae. technician la placing first and second In the of gifts will fall to planning, and to promote a spiritOf
Miami USO unit, and for h charge will be assisted by Mrs. IC'hoo11C1'8p drive, Homestead and reach their destination by Christ co-operation iii ""neighborhood
espouses wet joined here by Helen Wood and Mrs. D. R. Doi cII Redland realized over WOO and! mas day, should the bulk of mall.Ing enterprises.
Mayor Tom Harris Cap Raymond I riche Miami aiursea, and Mrs. :1540 respectively from the sale be deferred to the usual time The assistant tens leaders are
Martin, special services ffflcer -!Thelma Cetomaa, ._ty school of the salvaged metal, said 1If.t of,Dec. It to Dec. 23, be pointedut Urs A. E.: Paul bf Homestead t
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I Red Cross Chairmen Are Announced; ;FARMER IS AlSO ''Ethel To Speak Ernest.Here Murrell.Nov. 23 1'BART' CLUB WILL .. <

t Newcomers Invited to Join in Work !
SOLDIER SAYSARMYOFF1CER GIVE EXHIBITOF
.1 Ethel Ernest Murrell of the "

Former worker in the surgical Funeral!i Services Held \ tional Woman's Party will N'.1
woman* right at 8 NEW WORK''i'
dressings room of the local Re 'Ion
Ij For Pioneer Resident t:
Monday night In the Woman'
Cross unit are urged to return am Ij I Club building. Mrs. Murrell, a ,- ,!

now workers are invited, said Mn.1 I Funeral services for Mrs. Has Food production I* at necessary prominent Miami' attorney, is In observance 'of National* Art *

Lre H. Lehman, surgical dressing t rtet F. Soper M, were held at I I, to win the war a* bullets andfarmers 'I coming under the auspices of the Week Nov. 23-29, the Homestead '

chairman, yesterdayNewcomers o'clock Sunday afternoon at the and growers are just as I Homestead B. P. W. C the i Art Club will place an exhibit 0>
graveside in Palm Cemetery, Na much soldiers a* are the men la Woman's Club of Homestead and II recent work of mellJ .ert in the j
particularly, an''I ranja. The Rev. Geo. E. DeuelI uniform said Capt. John A. I the Junior Woman' Club. window of the Homestead fur. -'
asked to join In the work. They|I officiated and service were under nigan. public relations J.r-I Mn. Murrell will be accompanled niture Co. '

will find that this I* a good way. the direction of the Turner' the Homestead air bas in an by Mrs. Molka Reich and Mrs]I Because of war condition th.' '

to get acquainted said Mr*. Leh. !i Funeral Home. Formal talk before the Redlani Vine Betterly, first and secondchairmen I I club discontinued Its weekly '
nan. 1 Mn. Soper had been a resident'I District Lions Club Tuesday night j respectively, of the non. painting cessions several months ..
'of the area for the past 36 yean.i Capt. Jernigan cited the tremendous partisan organization which Is ago and most of the group bane' .
The room are open from Mon-i She leave one son, Jesse, and quantities of fresh Florida campaigning for equal right for little time for painting now, said >'
till Friday, Inclusive from (.30( three grandchildren, Arnold,, '
fruits women. .
and vegetables which are the Rev. Robert H. Spear, exhibit
a. m. till J p. ro. !Francis 'and Barbara Soper. y
consumed dally at Camp Bland.' I chairman. i
will be closed Thanksgiving
They on
Ing as an example of this necessity. War Widow in Training j!i' A few members will be repreotented -
Day, however. "
!''Mrs. Elizabeth I I "The farmer Is by earlier work, not pre-1<11
The list of chairmen for the five Braddy doing his part To 'Even Enemy Score"
work day each ....week a* announced .1 Is Buried in Georgia and by doing hU best with what ,vlously exhibited In Homestead, *'J.
Is available, he will be able to he said. ,
Mrs. Lehman reads ,
by ,1 I !solve the many problems which Widowed by the war, Mr*. John -
as follows: Monday forenoon Mrs .... .
The body of Mn. Elizabeth C.I beset him." continued Capt. Jer- Sias, cousin and guest of Mrs. W. .
E. A. Roberts; Monday afternoon, Braddy of Naranja, 73, was sent to i!
inigan. "He will have R. Anderson of Homestead, I* | s
to
adjust GIFT BAZAARGenuine
Mr, H J. Derbyshire, Mrs J. II i
Ga. last
Wolf Tuesday Mr,'I Wrightsville Saturday 1[ his methods to meet conditions.j training in radio communications ,;
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forenoon afternoon by the Class Funeral but he will win." at the Embry-Riddle School of
Ceo W. Turner : afternoon Home of Miami for services and I I Musical entertainment was I Aviation in Miami, to "even the.: Seminole Indian
Mrs. Turner and Mn. A. pro-,
burial. 'vided by Mr*. Sam J. Davis who score against the enemy." j Craft Work
T Artnur, Wednesday forenoon, Mn.' Braddy, who, died Fridayin I played two numbers on a violin Mr. Sias, first assistant engineer ;

Mrs. Geo. N. Wjkefield; Wednesi-' a Miami hospital, was a native I made by her husband. Mr. T. L.J on a Lyke Bros freighter carry- DEC. 4 AND 5 .
day afternoon, Mn. Wakefield! andMrs.
of and Naranja
WrighUville came to > Hodges accompanied her and later Ing a cargo of sulphur from New
Derbyshire; Thursday fore" 12 year ago. sang two selections to Orleans to New York is supposed ;J
noon, Mr. R. E. Edwards; Thursday ,I She leaves one niece, Mn. El-,I played by Mrs. Vane accompaniment Harrli. to have gone down with his ship OLDP.O.BLDG.HOMESTEAD .

afternoon Mn Sam J. Davis)''eren Andenon of Naranja and A humorous touch was added when It was torpedoed off Hatter- '

Friday forenoon Mr*. A. E. Paul ',one nephew Fay limos of De''i by Al LIndgren who read a letter a* on Mar. 19. Five of the crew ;
Friday afternoon Mn. Paul and Land. I written by a draftee who described of 36 were lost. 1 Benefit St. John' Eels Church'

Mrs. Derbyshire.Father : : his experience during his Indue.)I Feeling that she could best carry ....................................

Jalopies Are SoughtFor Lion into the army and a abort on where her husband left off-
Nixon Assists : Vital War Metal I time thereafter. The draftee con''at sea-Mrs. Slas came here from

In Scrap Metal Drive: eluded by Saying that if he had It Shreveport La., to get a radio WANTAD5. PAV: .-

all to do over again, he would course in Miami.
While Homestead and the Red.I Automobiles no longer usable I Join the navy. -...,. ... ,. ."...h_ ._
land District did a remarkable are being sought in a jalopy drive

piece of work in collecting scrap to salvage vital war metals, announced
It A. E. Wolfe of the Wolf No Appointment MadeIn .
metal is just possible that some J
o:Wrecking! Co.. yesterday Automobiles -
of the resident may not have I City Hall VacancyNo
are one of the best sourcesof
been
reached says Father MichaelJ.
Nixon of the Sacred Heart copper, brass, zinc, aluminum appointment has been madeof
Iron steel and rubber said Mr.
Church. Father Nixon has asked I I a successor to Mrs. Lena
Ms Wolfe, and a* such are urgently Knowlee, whose
people to bring every avail resignation a*
able piece of metal to the club. I needed to keep a steady stream of clerk in the city light and water 93
house In the next week or tenday scrap pouring Into the iron foun department will be effective Dec..1

dries. 1. I
1 All civic and fraternal ,
Anyone who wishes to give groups At the council meeting on Mon I For Thanksgiving
t as well as student and individual
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large article which cannot be' day night It was voted to reject
easily moved I* asked to contact I I an asked to take an active as too high an offer by Robson
Father Nixon who will arrange to part in rounding up old automobiles and Link Co. of 13Hc for $15. .1
I I which will be bought by the
have someone call for the article 1: local company for scrap. I cates.485.17 worth of coupon certifi Your table will sparkle with ;

Tin accumulated from the auto.
Rev. J. E. DeGarmo Holds tastiness '
) mobiles will be kept In a special on Thanksgiving ,
Revival Services Here! section of the yard until it can be READ, BUY OE SEND BOOK .
I baled and shipped, said Mr. Wolfe if you have your grocery
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this Book Week, Mn.
The Rev. J. E. De Garmo, pastor There are few available balers he \
filled
Fred Suber, municipal librarian wants atHOMESTEAD
t of the Miami Church of God, 1* .said and only a large collection I the
reminding public that everyone -
conducting the second week of the would Justify one's being brought
I* asked to read a book,
revival meeting now In progressat \'in her I
buy a book or send a book.
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the Church of God. I The Wolfe Auto Wrecking Co.. GROCERY;
The public U Invited to atten received an award for ranking ""C URCU""NUT1CES "

the services which will be continued third In Florida in exceeding """ "....... .." ,," .. "..11'1'1"', .. 1
through Sunday.BLOCK its scrap quota. The presentation
PHONE 15
y I was made by C. Max PRESBYTERIAN CHTRCH

King, automobile salvage Inspectorfor I Nov. 22 Morning sermon;
PLAN the scrap procoessor',action: "John the Baptizer Versus Jesusof

of the WPB, who highly praised, Nazareth". Young People'

(Continued from Page One I. the work of the Wolfe brothers.EYESIGHT Society subject: "Worship. .
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Mrs. Roy Chandler of Florida

City and Mn. W. W. Bethea of

Princeton. BUSES DAILY
Sector leaden ire: Mn. J. M. 12

Holferty of South Allapattah Car.1 I I
dens, Mn. Arthur Davis and Mrs.1 I

a Wm. Lounsbury of Princeton .' I ; M&Apamp JWXJAWfiv
Harold) Kendall of the Redland

I area, J. Davis of Silver

Palm,MMs'n William of Mo-1 I .., I with convenient return schedulesL.
delta Mrs. Paul Haley Mn. Flora;
SAVE
D. Men and Mrs. O. W. Calkin 4be : MIAMI IMAHIiMAM liMAM ":""'"| IMAM lliMAH ....P. sears Seers iMPM hMrllll..p"
of Florida City, and Mr*. J. E. ,
( MPM StMPM llMPM 4MI
Ar KIT WEST :MAM I:IIAM IIIIA.IIII"II snare C la.ur.I1IIP. liMAM
Dyal Mrs. T. T. Bowen, Mrs. Russell hem I !
Home and Mrs. Ceo. N. Wake In:::.::= II KEY WEST TO MIAMI

field of Homestead. I --" -- ---I
..- -- L. KEY wESTs ltSeAM aeeAM SS.AM TASAM eMAM 1I.U.'IIlr. soaps Caere 1asPM e.s.PM lataarMas
These sector leaden and the
as. .
10 sass sea we MIAMI, "UAII ee6AM IIe6AM hllPM .IIPM .urll rears .urlll lIurll 1eSAMta6AM .S:4SAM'TRa
iatant they choose will name'' pct I.sbL Lies II .
block leaden who will also have sou & -1 WAR EFFORT COMES .allT
assistants. This last group I* the 114 WITH FLORIDA MOTOR LlNAS33

vitat connecting link to individual -
homes for delivery and reception a
Oil '&1oas Tuft I I
of all essential Information. 0 wY HOTEL REDLAND


Sell Us Your OldJALOPIES FLAGLER AVIATE

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.J'. .:-...... ..........Jr.........................................................................v.......1 Parts ball Parlses, Paris, Tenn.),' Distinguished Flying Cross Awarded

werftt. t, the same schools and en-! .1

Homestead Air BasEl'joy b4| jdj*
TflnCVbout morale and spirit to -
News Items win a war, what do you think of 1-------1 I "For heroism ;;;extraordinary

her working two weeks for nothing To Be Given CiviliansAs achievement" a distinguished flying -
I
Via released by Cat Jeha A. leralgM, public relations efftrer.) I that she might prove to her I cross has Wen awarded Lt

..-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-._.-.-.-.-.-_-...-.-.-._.._ w. .. ..... .. .- .... ._. ....::.. employer that she could put stars i a preliminary to providing Francis Schwanenbek, husband!
: in Uncle Sam's croWD! That she of the former Alma Jan Lindgren -
BACHELOR omens MOVK""I, soil in .that immediately before did, and howl And now the 1:.' very man, woman and child In of Redland. The flyer was
the county with Identificationtag
things do move at the entering the army again in.140 W. Grove Henry County High' an reported missing In action Oct. >.
.r-: registration slated to
air bate-not only things,I he had a live stock auction business School Is proud to call her Its was get after piloting a bomber over Europe -
under this week the
but people tool for instance, the I at Cairo Ga., where he first gradual It "could be" Mr. Grove way through In a daylight raid, ;
co-operation of schools and Par-
bachelor. officers are moving into saw the light of day, (maker of Grove's Tasteless Chill Lt. Schwanenbek was recommended i
ent-Teacher associations.
4h*) new bachelor officer quarter I . Tonic and Bromo Quinine) would for the medal last Sep \
No word as to the
moving cases and carcasses CIVILIANS MOVE LIKEWISE turn over In his grave with chills of belnnin'l tember when he brought a crippled .
registration has been received
(their), bunk and bottles trunks and sneezes if he could hear about flying fortress back tq England !
Civilians, part of the personnelat from Mrs. Sidney L. Welntraub,
and trappings, clothes and covers,, Martha. She says her mother I following a raid.. !
the army air base, move likewise county director, IBid Mrs H L.
smokes and smoklng-sets, shoes gave that name of all names fora
-for example, Mrs. Mary Brandenburg, president of Home'
and shirts, chairs and couches,: girl after THE Martha in the Meteorologist Plans 4
: Wheeler Johnson of Coconut stead P.-T. A., but the local group
tooth brushes and towels, and even Bible. I'
thunder-mugs and thermometer Grove gets up when she cant see o a will co-operate to the fullest ex.I Home in Redland AreaR.
and catches a bus at 6:20 to the I
With' a watchful eye Lt Paul R. PLAY tent.Each I
Sevenlch, the newly appointed, officer .1 base six days a week and works FOOTBALL person registered will receive T. Llndley, veteran meteorologist -
until 4:45: In the communication Boy and soldier move, tool Yesterday I a small-fire-resistant waterproof since 1001, and Mrs. Llnd
In of bachelor
charge officerquarters
section of the signal corps under "in the cool of the evening"did fiber tag showing the regi ley are expected to arrive from :
stands sits
or or walks
imposingly as the LAND-I the able guidance of Lt. Rehor. you chance to see Johnnie strant's county by the designation!I Redwood Miss, about Dec. 15, to :
LORD. Each suite Is newt For a year before coming with Watson, Bennie Caruthers, Tom- used on autoomobile license tags,', purchase a winter home In the
arranged to I her Uncle Sam, she was knittingfor mle Dolsr and Vance Greer playIng followed by a letter combination Redland District
house two
officers and has a nice
the Red Cross and was activeIn football with Pvts. Joseph designating the community and > Mr. Llndley has rettired after {
living room and two bedrooms.
the Lindley DeGarmo Post of Burke Don Tuttle, Francis Alex the number assigned to the in 41 years of active employmentwith :
. I the Woman's Auxiliary of the ander and R. Rheu on the little dividual. the weather bureau during 1

QUARTERMASTER ACTIVE American Legion and in the Congregational park in front of the First National\ Reference to a permanent tnas-', which he served In states from \

Major Carl Godwin, the base Church of Coconut Bank? If you didn't you can't t jter sheet will quickly give I the the Great Lakes to the Gulf. Mr

quartermaster, is moving things,I Grove help the writer determine who| person's name, address next of and Mrs. Llndley plan to sell their
too moving In cases and cartons I Again, Mrs. Mary Judd of S,W. was having the more fun the boysor kin, and similar vital information 1.2000-acr plantation before
of supplies of all kinds. He has Seventh st, Miami, is a daily the soldiers. It Is nice to see I" for identification purposes In leaving Mississippi and to divide

to move men too, and what ex.I commuter by. bus to the same office soldier and civilian personnel mix I event of war emergency or other, their time between South Florida
perlence he has had at that also. while her boy goes to the and merge and have fun together disaster. and North Carolina.
Did you know that he is an "Old! great school In Miami. She too .each helps the other. I

man, young In years, with a smile has done her bit of knitting foe GASOLINE RATIONINGFor J

on' his face .and his eyes filled I j the Red Cross for a year and li John C. Arrant Named I VITAL Information yea should keep :
with tears" old not Uncle Sam's whiskers
pulling
to have
enough Homestead PatrolmanJohn Go to.your nearest STANDARD OIL service station and ask to a
a lovely wife and a dandy girl,i (of sitting In his lap) while hei I GASOLINE RATIONING BOOK PROTECTOR.ITS .
and a'record worthy of anybody's husband does his job with O'Neal
envy, and so he smiles. But the, Transportation Co. at Key West C. Arrant has been named I FREE

tears fill his blue eyes when he I You should see the transportajtion !!} Homestead patrolmen to fill the i Keep records and save mileage.C. .
sees how little he Is getting ant section for moving "what Is I place of Ben King who recently
\ F. HOWARD AGENT
how much he needs for a sufficiency I moving" under Lt. Powell's direction -1 resigned.Mr .
for "his buddies". -above all you should see, Arrnnt's appointment was STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS

Don't tell EVERYBODY, but what he calls "HIS FRONT"'.II |effective Nov 15. Phone St. homestead- .. Ila. -

the writer saw a citation for dls. There you would truly see, ash I
tlngulshed conduct by Major General I should be, a lady lovelY to tool ,
Ely of the Fifth Division 61tle at. to talk to, to be with and to FORGet
American Expeditionary remember. Everybody mournedthe
Farces dated 6-ft-l which read( passing of Jean Harlow, but 'V114CDIN '

"Distinguished; for exceptional they do remember her. We won. NK

courage and bravery In leading. der if William Powell, the movie
his squad under heavy machine.' star, missed "HIS FRONT". for FLOUR

gUn shell fire, holding them together Martha Is the Jean Harlow type.I II OR

and ready for action at all I Its just as well if he did, because I ,
times when ordered by his battal-I Corporal Isbell has already beaten
lion{ commanding oficer. Corporal him and the rest of us to Martha I

,Godwin now sergeant, rendered and so she Is his wife, even .
+ rsaatLlN
,valuable assistance by maintaining though he was recently ordered
their morale under most trying .i to Morrison Field and left her in I

circumstances." This gave i Homestead. ,
him "authority for wearing the I The writer is particularity inI .1
Silver Star". I I tripled (as be when you
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Then, when he was a, second; see Martha ry because shei -
lieutenant for being the' outstanding .-'i i was born In the same town (that I

officer' of the 325th Infantry -I I
during the encampment at
Ft Screven, Ga., in 1932 he was 1 Ie .
'' given the "Award of the Saber",, Your Food Supplies from
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-.this award was "With regard to: EXPERT'J

military appearance Instruction,

,loyaltz Can't and stop attention her*'you to-'should duty.see,J BARBERING :': : "f: Wollam & Kendrick

:those Betters, of recommendationand "
commendation- about :Sgt''I Haircut .6M '. :' ., '

Godwin as a faithful, respectfuland shave 'i ,lie< I
conscientious soldier' from Eatmer Extra Fancy Paper Shell
1 shampoo (Plate) lie
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Company ferson Barracks D_ 6th,' Mo.Infantry In 1930 at,Jet.and I shampoo (Medles")___ u. CRANBERRIES ,.._.LB. 29c PECANS ........._........LB.33c

from Camp Glen, N. C, In 1921 Slap .1, 1St All FlaTe Large NoddedJELLO

,by Major Meyers the senior instructor racial t SIs .
of'the National Guardof _... ..........._ 3 for 21c WALNUTS __.LB. 37c
racial Pack -. 730Cemblaattea ,
North Carolina to the CO of I Facial=..,,.. 75e j
th* 6th Infantry at Camp Jack
Table 1St i
son S. C. After all though, his
lareatest accomplishment is to be Mustache Trios .0----: IM

'found In that girl who goes to SPRY or CRISCO.,3 LBS. 77c

Redland High SchooL BUSH'SBarberShop I .
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The Godwins live on Avocado I
drive (let the writer have the 1

avocado and you take the drive- i ',

have you got tires and gasT) Major BItOSETE FROSTED FOODS

Godwin is a real quartermaster,I OMV City Han .
who served as such for the state PEAS i__.;_____--- ._ :30c LIMA BEANS-.:-__.__ 3c
'of South Dakota where he was lathe I. :

CCC. He also smacks of the / STRAWBERRIES ___ 32cr.

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-' I o ',,,,,,--" " 1 .:...... . I 1mHHIIIDHIIIIHHlHfIIt1HHII1l/ n:"lit exception of a few bruises. VA. ..
HOMESTEAD LEADER __: \: 11II""' \ "Fred Suber has accepted at i

1 AND ENTERPRISE OUR MEN IN SERVICEr 20 Years Ago room position of the in charge Harris Motor of the Co.dock't

Founded ta Mil -"T. B. McGahey, who ha* the .

i.f1.: : ... ._... street improvement contract ;
PabIWad. Adore It X-.... 918. - - Tk lollvto e HOOM or* lokM w.- was la town this week and laid1h
by ,lie aorta P.iI4...Slag CanaMU,. and ootfM hon filM > Ik .. . i
Paul Rue Enlists In Air a long time, ID protect our would have mea and machinery
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.Hli.ll Star. Ik lots
Force As Radio Mechanic homes we are going to have to r 1M Meta F\IIftIIt __ W on the ground in a few dayt>
BBM AkdSftsrascatrrioK I fight and fight hard, everyone ofus" emerged 11. a...a. wtS pit _r, "Homstad'i '100.* beat
ad LeawMAaloats
Pr.M.at I sum
Issue was validated. !by.a* ludg,
S.males t.1.AC1l.; sdaw ARCS= Following enlistment'as radio To his mother' Mrs. M.. F. White, : 1J1U11lC1IIm: Imli1UIRIDfili, Il JaI of the circuit court last week, and
mechanic in the army air force,, he wroia: the bonds are now being printed

MARY nallLL sad Ioolftr DIOKINIIONNewo Paul Rue, younger IOn of Mr. and "Today we"got out to fist fight 'I Miss Martha Bernecker: and In New York according to Infc*>

Mn. Frank B. Rue, left Tuesday about 30 of us at on*.time-to 'John Cunn were pleasantly surprised mation received from toe tow at.:1

for Camp Blinding. He was make us tough. rot a black eye." with a birthday party Monday tom.,. ? "
i aAT" graduated from Homestead High *
evening. The young folk called Nv. It. ItZt
I.Outside Boo...fD-; -.::::=:;: It:: School In June and line then ha* SOT. MILLS MARRIES for Ed John GU"II' then went to I -"J. U. Free has been at work'

been employed at the Homestead the Bemecker home and took Miss lately laying the foundation tot
If Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Millsof
Music Store.
Entered. H M oi>.I .|Loan Mil matter Bernecker by surprise, A 'very the new store buildings h* will
'' M.n-h II Ittt. at the port offfe M Harvey Rue, elder ton of Mr. Florida City have received an :pleasant evening was spent in erect on little immediately adjoinIng '
H..m..tesd. Kkwfcta. under tk* Kt ofSUrtk announcement of the marriage of -
and Mn. Rue a senior ..th41
t It I. 1I7. ,singing and dancing. Refreshments his present store. The mala,
their son, Sgt Hardy R. Mills of
University of Florida and
second: of cake, candy and grapefruit building to be used by the J. U.,
lieutenant In the ROTC, came Camp Hawze, Texas, to Miss Jessie -
'I were served. Those present Free Co. with ill dry goods store
Cruelties home Friday to attend the Miami. Armstrong of Part, Texas.
Childish
were: Misses Martha Bernecker, . the other two will be rented."
An'nle Florida football game. Eleanor Bauer tulle and Bessie -"The Redland Citrus Growers'.
By Mayr-ew Fitzpatrick Following completion of
Since
neither me-
of their son could
Campbell, Margaret Rousseau,, Association Is shipping aboat S
Children are so cruel: Squeakey be chanical engineering at
home courses
on Thankslvlng Day, Mr. '
Alma Schumacher and
the Bern- carloads of "
grapefruit this
Gates and Mr*. Rue had their annual the Pan American: air base, Robert I week.
ecker family, Messrs. John Ed -"Mr. and Mrs.
Mac
Bow
Had that high voice wished upon family Thanksgiving dinner party Cast and Roy Nelson enlisted In are
Gunn Carl Schumacher. Herbert rejoicing their
over little .
him by the Fates. last Saturday the army and reported last weekto daugh.ter
Turner. Fritz Rutke, Bill Ward, who born
was late
Wednesday
One they ,an to call him Paul Camp Blanding. .
was given a farewell partyMonday
Otto Bernecker E.
F. H. Hoppe, night""Mr.
SqueakeyHe night by fellow membersof and F. C. Haeberle."J. and
Mrs. Geo. H. Williams
assumed a manner sneaky the Co Forward class of the Pvt. Howard Thompson, ton of -
Though he really was a nice chap. Homestead Methodist Sunday'Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Thompson of H. Roberta report the arrival announce the arrival ot a
of a ion at his house via the 74 pound girl at their home Wednesday
-
Little Florida City will be first-class ,
Ingrates. school at the home of the teacher a : "
Mrs. J. H. Webster. baker upon completion of his stork rout on Sunday" I mornin,.

Then Mannlc had to wear his sis An outdoor picnic supper was raining at Camp Lee, Va. In letters "While playing by the aide of -"Mla Rose Osteea is on the
ter's shoe, enjoyed, and the honor guest was borne, Howard say he likes the road near his home In Naranja -I tick list and her place In the '

They assumed a manner nothing presented with a gift by the class. 'h* bakers' course but finds the six-year-old Arthur Fogle ion post office I* being supplied by
could excuse. Present beside hostess and honor Virginia winters too cold for a of A. D. Toile, wa knocked down Geo. Ranson, Jr. who 1* familiar

And it scared his little ego guest were: Mr*. Robert Cent South Florida boy.e by a truck traveling at a good with that side of the post office

Every time his Mom would lay, ner, Mr*. Fred Suber, Miss Jennie e I rate ot speed. When h* was window '
"Go Hardie Miss Virginia Walker, Earl Gooding left Saturday 'for! picked up the boy was as dead, -"H. Brooker, Cecil Hook, W:

Put them on", He never dared Miss Mary Catharine Suber, Mill Camp Blending to be inducted but examination showed that he R. Crow, Hal Stay and Carl

refuse. Margaret Booth, Miss Helen Hook. Into the army. Mr,?. Cooding has had not even been hurt with the Sprankle, the two latter of Miami

er, Miss Mary Ellen Dearlng, the gone to Chokolaskee Fla.; to stay leave Saturday on a hunting trip
Buddy's first teeth were hi! deep- Rev. O. Sewell Palmer, Marlowe with her parent tis I spending a ten-day furlough to Lostman'i river to be lone a
} est childish grief. Jacoboen, Tom Harris, Hubert . here at the horn of tits mother, week or more. Th corresponding
Other seemed to think Pvt. S. Mrs. Ora Frazeur. A family din secretary: Mr. Hook, wishes to
youngsters Smith, Frank Skill, Jr., Wesson Robt. Frazeur who is
they held a brief and Irving Hooker, Webster Williams stationed at Camp,Gruvr, Okla:, ner is being planned for him on I have it known that they" have,
To yell, "Aw have them out". and Harry Bowen. Sunday. licenses from that county.

But the dentist aid, "Just clout . m LEGAL NOTICES I
Thrm a* you would an ordinary
thief" Walter Branam Enjoys NOTICE or TAX AFTLICATIONroa DEED

Life in Marine Corps Cklpur Flit 17461 A-ftll-Aru ., .... I o HAKDWAU

I have seen a child exaggerate a NOTICE 18 DFRFBT Grille that hut
limp F. H.... holder ., ..... and county Tatctordt. I Hardware, for the home is
Marine life Is a wonderful life, ... No. SAl bran the. Ilk day ."
Or tall a slower child a little simp Jnlr. A. D. ItlT. tat filed MIM mofflr today designed as modernly
When but a Homestead Cracker can take *. sad ku mode M>pUetlo* for : tax I
he was not 10 brainy all they can dish out, writes Walter dales u o* ....... .....,,.. bald Certl'.....* smart as the newest motor or
But that be be called I.
might
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nnbnm the' folknrfoi writ** property
saner Branam who left for Parrls Island III the County of Dade, SUM of Florid*, [ airliner. Before deciding on

The first child's mother thought S. C. Just two week ago. to-wltl Lot I. Block t. Km a._.. a I I any Hardware, see the dis,
"that little Imp." Extracts from his letter to the BuM. Pint Book *. Page (. In tin. I r
Leader-Enterprise follow: County of Did. beau of Florfcta ,
The mmmnt of mid property ..ndrrtho feature.
We're all prone to hang friend "We have been drilling about uU orrtlfiroto w.. In the ..*. ,.-
Unknown.
foible out to air eight hours a day and then we Unions Mid ..rtlfl.... shall h* NaVnnoItcordlnt
To criticize their clothe or talkor take exercise for an hour-all the to l.... th. property dm rll.itkorota <
kinds there are."Every win kt oU to the kkrhnt bidder
hair. at tk Court Homo door on the first '
boy that 1* old enough Wonder: In the month of Of nib>r. int. 'I BROOKER' LUBBER CO. IRC.tsunber
It In a looking glass should which h the 1th day ., _.... 18...
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Join. They have put anew ... ,
We could ie* our own selves' Date this far of Nom hr. 141R
meaning of the war into our B. LEATHFRMAN
Saab Dews Tae
pas Harlwar ,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
We would all find cause to stop a I' lead*-have shown pi what kind! Do..County, Florid mONK U HOMESTEAD FLORIDA
of people those Japs and Germans Clnull Court hot
while and stare. B. N C ITERllltTr D. 0,, !
i really are. This war li her for (N.... .. U. 10, 11. II'"

' Those love truth best .who to I

, h themselves are true,
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And what they dare to dream Of'l

dare to do.-Lowell
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" I'Saul in Miami on Tuesday and and Mr*. Aaron Gorday. Miami arrived last week for the
had dinner .with the girl at the A league party wa held Friday winter and are staying at the J

YWCA where they live. at the Community Church Palms Hotel. ,
In and Ground The Rev. Mania T. Murphy of Game and refreshment were en- Grady Mills Is reported to be I

QtMtinooga who I* pending two joyed.Mr. recovering at the Kendall hospital 11
" week in Homestead was entertained *. Frank Stalling of Miami J.ln. R. E. Scott was 1 Friday
at dinner Monday evening and her sons Skipper and Bobbie, visitor in South Miami :
Homestead by Mrs. T. L. Hodges and her were Thursday guests el Mrs. W. !

I sons, Tom and John. W. Severy. JAMES: ARCHER BMITHMr
( I Mr. and Mr*. Joe Cornell of Fred Brocket of North Haven HOSI'ITAL NEWS'
't'- Key West and their IOn? Tommy, Conn, arrived Wednesday for the

.' Capt Raymond Martin, special Orlando where be i* employed In I were dinner truest Sunday of Mr winter. *. W. B. Cave underwent a
services officer at low Homestead war work. He spent Armistice' and Mrs. Paid Reynolds Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Desmond major operation Thursday aa.orw.

army air bate and Mr*. Martin Day with the Rev. and Mr*. C of North Haven Conn.. will accompany lag la the James Archer Smith

" an new living In the Harry Coop. N. Walker In Socrum, Fla I"'l.ORlD CITYBy Mr. and Mr*. David Hospital
er houM on N. W. Sixth it. Miss Dorothy Moon has been ill Snow of Branford, Conn. On their Other a"r.lcall'ltlenta arc Hr*.
Mrs. W. W. Beveiy
Charles Stettant. Forrest Bell, at her home this week. trip south. M. 0. WInters of Ochope. Mr*.
John Syket, H. A. Amen Jr., Har. The Rev. and Mr*. J. E. D*' Mrs. J. H. Simmons( uttered a Elizabeth Tulli of Miami tad ,
vey Rue, and Blair Hickaon students Garmo of Miami are pending this Mr. and Mrs F. Howell moved hesrii attack recently. I.Chas. R. Rlvell of Homestead.Mr. I
at the University of Florida week guests of the Rev. and Friday to the Fred Brockett cottage h'Z L. E. Fonyth U in at her I and Mr Howard Mills ot

came down from Gainesville Mrs ;. E. Hastings on Tenth (t Naranja are the parent ot Mevenpound
16 attend the Miami-Florida football James Frame who U employedIn Miss Mary Becker of Miami Mrs. Alice Oxland was admitted fourteen-ounce Ma

game In Miami Saturday.A the Charleston, S. C., shipyards visled her mother, Mrs Charles to the Kendall hospital Wednesday ] born In the hospital Nov. 19. He
meeting of public librarian visited his father, C. A. Becker, Tuesday and Wednesday.Mrs. for treatment of an Infected hal been named Howard Jr. I

and school librarian held In the Frame, several days last week. S. S. Shield remain aerie arm. Emily Engel of !dland and .
Miami High School library Friday Mrs. Wm. Baker U now employed ouily I* at her home here. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schumann, Jean Fontaine had their \,liars :

was attended by Mr*. Fred Suber.Homettead'i In the stock room at the Mr. and Mr*. Jack Branch of have arrived from the North and removed Wednesday.

municipal librarian Homestead army air base. Miami were Sunday guests of Mr. are occupying the Brockett cottageon ___..__ I
and Mrs. T. J. Walkup. ...............n..n n.n.uo _
Mr*. E. H. Oallaher Homestead Mrs. Edward Kirby of Deals Tenth at. I
High librarian and Mr*. Mary D has been visiting her husband J. T. Arnold ot Hobe Sound Mr. and Mr*. Cleo Wagner were GIFT BAZAAR 1

Nettle, Redland High librarian. parents, Mr. and Mr*. T. E. Kirby. arrived Mr. and Sunday Mrs. fritz for I Schroeder.visit with I Sunday guest ot Mr*. Roy Mock',
Bain, new commentator of Miami.
Leslie
Min Mertle Elsenau U expectedto Mr. and Mrs. M. Bethel of Rock, Genuine Seminole Indian
was guest speaker. arrive this week-end from Chicago Mr. and Mr*. Albert Brown left
Harbor were weektmd guest of f
Mr. Bessie Sandenon left last Tuesday for Chokoloskee to Visit Craft Work
to spend some time at her
where she Mir and Mrs. S reek for Birmingham winter home on Newton road. Glenn relatlvea.
Schroeder and
Mr.
Bethel
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wilt visit her ton, J. P. Curl, who ,1
here. Mr*. Grace McLellan Smith of Schroeder enjoyed duck hunting Charles Ferguson of Athens DEC.4AND5OLDP.O.BLDG.
made his home i
formerly
Tenn. has arrived to wit for several -
.
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Williamson Ca
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expected- Sunday.
Mr Wilmer Cast and Mr. and
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attended the day to visit Mr. and Mrs. Joel J. Mr*. L. R. Becker I* tit at her month with Mr. and Mr* )1
Mm. Ivan Mover .
Florida-Miami football In Robinson, her son-in-law and home. L. O. ClonlngCT.

Miami Saturday afternoon.game daughter. Mrs..Wm. Hanna end Infant IOn Mr And Mr*. N. B. Lawrenceand HOMESTEAD

Mr Ernest Neill I* employed Mr*. J. E. Close visited her, of Princeton will leave Wednesday family of Tuba, Okla. arrived Beech t
fit, Jeh1. Eaea.
daughters, Misses Martha and I for Fort Myen to visit Monroe Saturday for the winter.
M clerk secretary office In the Homestead city I Mary Jo Close and Miss Nell I John after a visit with Mr. Mr. and Mr*. R. W. Floyd of .:::...,.............. :e........ I 1

Mr*. .W. R. Marshall of Salem,
Va* has been a guest this week I

M Mr. and Mr*. Adrian Jacob

Mr*. Marshall U Mr*. Jacob]

.sent.' Mr*. A. L. Hutcheson and man The Voice of Bible Prophecy Speaks Today

daughter, Marga, left yesterday
for their home.In Tampa after a .... ....

brief visit with Mr. and Mr*. J

A. .Pollard.C. R. Singleton. returned to Key

West Wednesday after a stay ofWveral
weeks here because of A Great Revival -

Singleton..'the Illness of his father, A. H.


Mr Robs B. Cast of Miami 3
pent Monday and Tuesday with

ber parents, Mr. and Mr*. Ivan
Moser and Mr. Cast' mother

Mr*. Wilmer Cast EVERY i
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Orval Irwin left last,week for!

J.'ci.f'VcI oourr or rmt TUES. THURS. FRI.
; CIRCUIT OTrUIBIDA. SUN. ,
IS ANO tot DADS COCNTT' ,

No.Chancery T4IOI-A
BILt TO roUKTLOStcmr P. MeAT I
TAX or"BOBFSTIAD; MUMMIwrporatlon 7:45 to 8:45

(if the But of florid plaintHI -I
M. TBEODORU BAILEY DfItnAwita

NOTICE OP MABTM-B SALE Auk
NMI.* la barahr .1.... that under end
.f> autaorlt ., MM Sisal (Ven* of
._1....... md.md. kr tM Honorable: i
Pool D. Bam, on ml *. J.dn..1 the
ritnitt Court of the Ftownla Judicial' i ELVENTH HOUR MISSION :
circuit N Florida. In and for Dad CoutilT
Florida, ia. U O<*rUbi game In laid
Court pending rn wMoh City of Hmn 1
toad. nmWiml corporation of UK
Slat of "......, k 1.. ..1..0.1. and Th...I
ton Balbr "' 6L. art r-iJ aMetal E. MOWRY ST. AND 2ND AYE.
( llnMM ll Chancery ::1 COIL
tie Court la mid oWr<. under and br I
virtue o* UM tonu thmof will offer I
lit sale. and Mil at .ublK eatery to thtaitaon Homestead - 2 Block East of Hotel"and '
and leek bidder for -* al thrfn
l door of kt city Hall In tho City otHonm : N. WALLACE
a4, Dad Count?. Florida, a* Mo. Explains.........
UK Tin DatomlMT.
14442. kMwota tlhbaste of .Imn l'j:
A. .. . ...
M. and two cloth P M.
brief Mars. ItonI ot Mil 00... dar tho fuitovlne and the dmerlbedPropertg en.'keel |. Sunday Nov. 22: "THE GREAT JUDGMENT DAY." The Supreme Court of the universe ,

.ituato III DacIo County. rbrwa.iw.O1 .
. win before the High Judge Illustrated by colored
is in session Everyoie'a name come
Ut I. .... 1 and tot II .... Co : now. j
*OTAL PALM ADDITION. Plat Book
o. L pan. I ITLot. end. 4. a.... I:BABBKR ADptTION lantern slides. "Song of the Judgment Day" will be presented by a Miamian. '

Plat Book I. pan W e
Lot II. Blk 1. COMMERCE ADDI.

'rlo TION. 1 Plat, Blk Book. .10. t TOWN. pan Of 97. HOBO Tuesday N.v. 24: "THE WONDERS OF THE 20TH CENTURY-SIGNS OP THE LAST ,
Plat Book 4. pan M
Lon S, and I. kl P WALkV ,
KB* A oMo '. Plat Book P. pare DAYS."
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: U. T ... t. B. L. MOSrn ADDI.TION .
. Plat Book 1. pan 141. !
Lw 14, and 24, J..U. FII4R CHURCH. Are :
IN ONE
.t THIEVES CAUGHT ,
ADDITION. Plat. Book. I. pan .- Thursday Nov. 26:,, "ONE HUNDRED
LMa 11 and II ...VtLLA A DDK .

.TION Lau .Plat.. M oak and I(.T.pan tVOLA III ADDITION there any in your church Come and recognize them. !
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Plat Book II pan .
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The now prapm a* atIL kfahm.rka .
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THE OF
EVE
Say ._.._...... brine add M mt.' Friday-Nov. 27: "ON
buy sates -
I*De ed'Wo_ask tn T! onoakar_ CIMRTEOP.B.II *..,0-: now Armageddon or are we looking for another after this war! Cairns .aelld the Bible re 1

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Metes Ie Cb..r..iRA veal this.
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'..TyiwwrUen AddlBf MacUkw SERVICE MEN INVITED GOOD MUSIC AND SDICC !N'I

sad Cull Registers ,

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MISS WILMA THOMPSON BECOMES BRIDEOF (WAR BOND TO BB AWAEDED:
I f r BRIDE OF LIEUT. WILLIAM A. ARTHUR 'I AT THANKSGIVING DANCE
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OF GUARD
AUGUST LEE HOBSON COAST
I A $23 war bond will be awarded:
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at the annual Thenksgivingdance

Under a tropic arch of palms wedding cake topped with a miniature of the Junior Woman' Club of.
and while-flowered Christmas I sailor and bride. Punch Homestead In the Chamber of

vine Min Wilma Melvini Thompson .I was served with the' cak. I Commerce building Saturday,
daughter of Mr and After the reception the young Nov. 28. The entire proceed of
Walter A. Thompson, became Mra'i I couple left for Boston, home port the dance will be used to purchase *

bride of August Lee Hobson of of the bridegroom. war bonds, announce Mr*.
States Coast Guard The bride wore for traveling a John Barker, general chairman.
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clockIn I gray wool suit and red accessories. Roger Sanford's orchestra will

the Thompson home on Tennessee The bride it a member of a play.
rd.The. family long prominent In the dis Presentation ef the prize bond

arch marked off a corner trict. Her grandparents, Mr. and will be made at midnight If the
Within the Mn C. A. Gossman, first settlers winner Is present. If not It will
of the living room.
corner was an altar becuWilly in this part of the county, came be delivered on Monday. Another .
decorated with ferns, pink gladioli here In 1898, and her mother Wit r lucky. person will be givena
and of the first white child born in the guest ticket to the club' seventh
tube roses a group
United States flags Flower and district. She was graduated from annual New Year dance.
also Redland High School In 1940 as Committees assisting Mn Barker
flag decorations were used
on the mantel and elsewhere In salutatorian and attended the are: poster and publicity, Mrs.
I Florida State College for Women Stanley Wittkop, Mrs. James L.
the rooms
I the following year Later she Bird; tickets, Mrs. Wittkop, Mn.
Lights were dimmed as Mrs completed a business course at Roberta Harrison, Mn Allen Neal;
Lloyd DieU sung "I Love You I Miami Technical High School and hostesses at door, Mr*. Stewart

Truly" to piano accompaniment was employed In the tax collector Hall. Mr*. T. J. Walker, M.... Del.
Mrs Robert Lance, a
played by '* office until she entered defense ma Rhode. Mn. Burley Dendy,
the bride Then Mrs
cousin of work as a riveter for the Mrs. Bird, Miss Margaret Al-
to the bridal
Lams changed Intercontinent airplane factory. bright; war bond chances, Mn.
Lohengrin, and the
chorus from The brldegrooom Is a son of Mrs. Allen Neal and Mn Bruce En.
entered the arm of her
t bride on Delia Hobson of Houston He was nil; and reservations, Mrs. Olin
father who gave her In marriage") graduated from high school In Ed. Wright whose phone Is 203W.

The Rev. Noah Peterson who na, Texas, and attended the University 311r Members of the armed forcesare
', performed the service used the I of Texas one year then I welcome to all benefit dances,
ring ceremony.. enlisted In the U S. CoastGuard said Mn Barker.
The bride was attended by her I He served as fireman

younger sinter Wanda, and the first class, on the U. S. S. Mojave Miss Elizabeth Hall wilt speakon
best man was Chef Pharmacist's(! but was transferred recently to stained gloss at the meetingof
Matt Matthew Torraya of the shore duty to attend a school for the Homestead Art Club at the
Opu-Lotka naval air station mechanics In Long Island. home of Mrs. Jesse Gossman at

The bride wore a street-length Present besides those In the i Mowry at. and Redland rd., Monday -
flannel dres of baby blue cut wedding party and the bride's evening It I II hoped that

princess style, a small white hat mother were: Mr. and Mrs C. A. Bob Epstein, Miami Herald car-
with shoulder-length veil, and Gossman, Mr. and Mrs Clifton toonist and Fleisher studio animator
other accessories of white. At Gosuman. Mr and Mrs. Robert who. Is entering he army,
her throat was a strand of pearls Lance, Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. X 111 t also will be present.

belonging to her maternal grand- Ooley, Mr. and Mrs. Dietz, Mr. -.. __.__"_.___'_'__
mol er, Mr*. C. A. Gossman for and Mrs Ceo. Maxson, Mr. and The Young Adult Fellowship of
whom she was named. Her corsage Mrs. Howard Robinson, Mrs. Bu- The former Miss Doris Conklin of Washington, D. c., becamethe the Homestead Methodist Church
was made of white button ford Creel, Mrs. Jesse Gossman, bride of LIeut. Arthur of Homestead In St. Alban Church in will have a Thanksgiving supper
chrysanthemum Mrs. Philip Reams, Mn Lydia Washington on Nov. 7. .Lieut. and Mrs Arthur are. honeymooning and party in the church! buildingat
The maid of honor wore a powder Gossmon, Mrs Chas. Otis, Mrs. .In Kearny, N. J.. t 7:30: oclock Tuesday Evening
j blue crepe dress, white accessories Seymour- -Dane, Miss m'Willeta -- -
I and a white chrysanthemum Thompson, Misses Doris, Betty CLUB TO BUY BOND
, corsage. and Carol Oo man, Dorothy and FROM DANCE PROFIT
5 A reception followed the wedding Ruth Ream, Rose Marie Lance, Enough money to buy a $100
Centered on the dining Chales Cowman, Jay Newton and war bond was cleared from the
room table was a large three-tier Willis and Wayne Thompson. dance sponsored by. the Woman's
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; Club of Homestead last Saturday

., FORT LAUDERDALE CEREMONY UNITES I night In the Chamber of Commerce -
I I
building, Mn Irene Shank-
MRS. ANNIE BUTLER AND E. B. FRANCISTwo I tin general chairman reports

I Art Hayes, engineer at the
:, 1 Mrs. Annie R Butler, popular West Mowry at, has been active In Homestead army. air base, received

; Homestead clubwoman, and Ernest church and club work In Home- i the turkey award. Th Princeton

:1 B. Francis, civil service em. stead sine she cam her from 1 Casualty Station cleared about
Montezuma, G*., In Kit. She I* twenty dollar from 'th* refreshment
ploye al the Homestead air
: w army a member of the First BaptistChurch bar.VICTOIT.
base, were married In Fort Lau- of Homestead and presl- 'I Let Us Provide '
derdale Saturday morning by dent of the South Dade Garden COBrs LEADER
t ; Judge Boyd H Anderson Club, and has been an active EXPLAINS WORK: TO WA
For the ceremony the bride won worker In the Woman' Club of I The Victory' Corp for school co. Your
-I' a soldier blue crepe dress and Homestead and Ad Astra Chapterof operation In war efort wa explained .
whit accessories.Mr. the O. E. S. I by Ceo. N. Wakefield,
: and M.... Francis returned Mr. Francis came here from i Homestead corp leader, at the 'THANKSGIVINGCANDIES

from Fort Lauderdale Sunday afternoon Ashevllle, N. C.. where he was a :meeting of the P. T. A. Wednesday -
I contractor. At present he I II employed Band number were
Mr*. Francis, who Is the I
proprietor under civil service a* a Attendance award were 'Iven'l
of the Butler House on mechanic at the air base. Mrs. J. G. Wynn'i sixth -
Mn. J. R Rutland' tenth ...

: FRIENDS GIVE ADDITIONAL SHOWERS At a brief meeting of the
1:1) 'I Patrons after the meeting .d..j WHITMAN'S
: FOR MR. AND
MRS. THOMAS S, STARKat were mad for a drive for t i

The Athletic Association will NORRIS' ,
additional shower were the home of Mr. and Mr*. /Jos. operate In the campaign. wu .
given this past week for Mr. and I I on Redland rd. decided, and share In the "profit GALE'S .

Mr*. Thomas S. Stark whoa wedding I Mr Herman Helnleln read a -

on Oct. 31 was followed by I poem written for the honor guests Sixty-five guest have received
\ by Mrs. Ceo E. Reed. Mrs. Wll- invitation to a shower to be held
a neighborhood shower on Nov. 4.' mer D. Cast gave a toast to the tonight for Mrs Buford Creel at
: Mrs. Stark Is the former Mrs.'I bride: In bingo the game of the the home of Mr*. Robt Lance on CURB SERVICE .. - '

. t Annie Fitzpatrick Robert. evening, first prlies were wen by Coconut Palm dr: Mr*. Creel I*
.r Monday evening a group of old 1 Mr*. Mason Robert and. Mr. the former Miss Wanlta Thomp. SUSPENDED
friends of Mr*. Stark paid a surprise Stark and eOn l.tlon'prlaee, by son. . . ..
visit to the Stark home ore Mr*. C. R. Singleton and Robert
Coconut Palm drive and presented Hobson. Due to labor regulations and a
Ole newly-weds with Am rnin>rrwNn> I
a SJ-piece Present beside those mentionedwere *OIL SKATE ...
coxrorrEmlctv
: let of china shortage of help, we have been forced
: Mr. and Mrs Henry Schmid,I ?>M to IliM M.AfeMw .
Cake and hot chocolate were Mr. and Mrs Mario Lopes, Mr. _' _____ as:Vise tu to discontinue curb service until fur-
Served by Mrs. Fred Link and and Mrs. J. Carl Hobson Mr*.i Venetian Skating Rink '

Mrs. H. L. Barnard. Chas. W. Camp, Mrs. Carrie'Me- itt a. w._in A-. HIM ther notice : ,.
The surprises Included Mr. Cullough Mr*. Ceo. W, Turner, I ;.s :
and Mrs O. B. Parker, Mr and Sr., Mr Ceo. W. Turner, Mr '

Mrs R. H. Fitzpatrick, Mr. and Robt. Hobson Mr*. Lena Knowle. 'Dr.; flaskia'
Mrs. I.. P. Kendrick, Mr. and Mr 0. W. ) Leonard W. DIXIE DRUG
Calkin Mix
Mrs. Link. Mrs. Lydia Gosiman. Turner EstelUJ, 9...... .. ... ----
Lola Anne Robert, Carla \
rNt"s SOW
Mrs. A. D Fogl, Mr Barnard Joyce Hobson, Mr. Singleton,)] GASSESvww a.1 fie TtMSMSJ M Md fillt

t and Mrs Morgan. Douglas Singleton* Fred Travis,' "' WOOL 1a. I ieea
A miscellaneous shower for Mr. Adolf Lopez and Gordon McDonald. . .... awA..aire..r:
and Mra."Stark WM given Nor. 12 1 I iS ,



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ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTS IT.I TO J.EEDLAND BLEIER SPEAKS P.TJL

T. J. Bleier, county supervisor CLASSIFIED
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of physical education, spoke on i 11 11FOR
CLUB TO DO SOMETHINGFOR "The Physical Fitness Program In 11

HOSPITAL AT HOMESTEAD.AIR BASE the fhool "at the meeting Wed- : First Insertion 10* a line; subsequent tauertla *

-- | nrsday night of the Redland P. T.'! Ht liM

A" ,Physical education classes of
meeting at the horne of To avoid conflicts I i
At a r the December -I Mis Sue Robinson and D R Snyder -
Ira. W R. Bird Monday evening.I meeting date was changed to performed military drills and RENT 2-BURNER electric stove, oven, f
the University Dub decided to do Tuesday Dec. IS, when Mrs. B. rope climbing and $500. Mrs. Eva Collins, Uo \
tumbling acts.
lomethinf lot the Homesteadarmy M. Hindman and Miss Fergusonwill I Several violin numbers HOME with land suitable for rais. dello, Biscayne drive and Fed. {

air base hospital, and President entertain the club at the given by seven-year-old Wendell were ing chickens 122 month, Ben.. eral highway (n3tf)
Lois Behrens appointed a Hindman home. gamin Warren Morris. (n20) t
j Eason, ton of Mr. and Mrs W. H. t INCH by 4 inch Barnes Irrigating -
committee consisting of Mrs. Ben The hostesses, Mrs. Bird.Mrs J. 1
I Eason of Los Angeles and grandson BEDROOM for .
one or two pump. 1,000 gal. min
per.sons. per
Archer Mrs. Ceo. D. Ruehle, Miss G. Wynn and Mrs. Ivan i
: Moser
I of Chas..L. Oolcy of the Red- M4 N. Krome av*. ute. Direct connected to 4 cyLL
Virginia Stewart and Miss FernRobertson served sandwiches and cocoa. land faculty and Mrs. Ooley. I (n3tf) Rol engine One Caterpillar
to find cut what lineeded. Present were: Mrs. H. G. Thur-I 1 I Announcemnt g "
was made that I 15" tractor, new tracks. Brooks,
]I man, Mrs. J. R. Rutland, Mrs.. the Halloween ccmlval had netted,FOR SALE or RENT: 20 acres Inc. phone 78-R. (n/-tf) I,
Miss Allle Ferguson distributed' Frank Webb Mrs. W. B. Mill;
] 59943. i glade land one mile east of
Red Cross sewing which the mem.II Mrs. Ruth Scott, Mrs. O. Sewell I highway and 40 acres south of ROSES-10 for $1.00-Send only I
ben will do at home. |I Palmer, Mrs. Coma Davis Drllin- 1IRS.l'M'KOP, MRS. DENDY I Florida City canal O. B. Parker $1 for 10 EVERBLOOMINQ, ,.
Donations to the club's scholarship *, ger, Mrs. Moser, Mrs. Wynn, Mrs ENTERTAIN JUNIOR! CLVB | Alpine Grove Dairy (nff-13) year field grown plants. Shipped
fund will be optional this:, Bird Mrs. Hindman Mrs. Ruehle. i Mrs. Stanley Wlttkop and Mrs I freshly dug. GUARANTEED toreach 1

year, It was decided. | Mrs. Archer, Miss Behrens, Miss Burley Dendy were hostesses to HOUSE for rent in Redland. Fur- you In planting condl. t
Miss Robertson, the club's first Stewart, Miss Ferguson, Miss Robertson the Homestead Junior Woman's! nished. Brooks, Inc. Phone 78-R. | tlon. Other bargain offers. Free I

scholarship girl, was unanimously and a guest, Mrs. Robert Club at the home of Mrs. Witt-! (clew | roses described in our free fold.
i; voted In as a new member. Cast. kop Monday night. !m er-Send now) Want loads of
._ : In Tripoli Mrs. I FOR SALELOT I
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w Augustus Wynn! cut flowers? Then plant TYLER

W. S. C. S. PARTY IS PLANNED{ Livingston conducted the lesson. and Mrs. John Barker won the I 75 x 150 with house. Can be roues-send $1 NOW! TYTEX

FOR DECEMBER MEETING'A I, Others present were: Mr. and Mrs. first prizes. made into 2 apts., $2,100 cash. ROSE :'NURSERIES ROX 832,
party for all circles of the Palmer, Mrs. L. W. Wyman, MisI i Present besides those mentionedwere Two 50 x 150 ft. lots and house, I TYLER. TEXAS.
W S. C S will be held in Decem. I I A. S. Moye, Mrs. O. L. Showalterand Mrs. T. J. Walker Mrs. Allen $2.500 cash. :
Mrs. S. E. Neal, Mrs. James Bird, Mrs. Del. NICE clean lime: trees 30c each
Livingston. I
ber Instead of the regular monthly Lot 50 x ISO, house and garage,
1 Mrs. Dave Williams was hostess ma Rhodes and Miss Margaret i in lots of 50 or more. Mrs C
'meeting. The circles! will be reOrganized -I $3,600 cash. I
for the coming year ht to Outlook Circle and Mrs. J. D. Albright All of this property or part of it ]I W. Camp Bauer drive Phone I
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the next business meeting. I Redd, to Marian Fleltas Circle. i RUTH BYRl'M HOSTESS for sale. Each place rents for 882-M-2: (slur)

Mrs. E. S. Caplinger leader, was TO YOUNG BAPTIST GROUP $25 a month unfurnished.List I WANTEDAT
hostess to Belle Bennett CircleTuesday PRESBYTERIAN WOMEN I Ruth Byrum was hostess at t'r'l' your furnished house with me. I

afternoon when Mrs. J.: PLAN FOR SALE PEC. 12 1 home to the Girl's Auxiliary Mon- :Benjamin Warren Morris, registered I dairy married man to work

L, Ballard was given a birthdayhandkerchief ;i Plans for a rummage sale to beheld day afternoon. | real estate broker. (pnlJ I and live on farm. Comfol table
,
shower. j j In the South Florida Growers Mrs. T. E. Kirby leader gave ;3 house furnished. O. B. Parker,
Mrs. Mollie Win late gave the packing house Dec. 12 were made the devotional and Barbara Jean horsepower Fairbanks Morse;;1 'Alpine Grove Dairy. (n3-20)
devotional and Mrs. O. Sewell at a meeting of the Woman's Aux- Smith Catharine! Shackleford and ) gasoline engine, large centrlfu.
Palmer sang a solo. Following iliary of Homestead Presbyterian Ruth Rutland presented the pro-I gal pump, 1,100 gallon cypress WANTED to buy-3 rowboats In
the business[ meeting, at which Church Nov. 12 at the home of gram. ;I tank. Box A-134, Leader-Enter i iprise. I good condition, $10 each. South

the treasurer reported that the Mrs. Carl F. Robinson. I Others present were Jane Moon, (n20)) i I I Dade Farms. Inc. (nB) .

circle has raised its pledge for Bible study was conducted by I Winifred Danzey and Mrs. J. R. :TURKEYS for "Thankig'vlng! SECOND-HAND bicycle In Rood

the rear, a social hour was en- Mrs. W. M. Kent and Mrs. J. M. Byrum mother of the young hoitess. -: Place your order early. Irene I condition Write or see Capt

Joyed. Hot tea and pumpkin pie'' Holferty and a covered dish Shanklln. Florida City.- ', R. H. :Martin[ army air bane
served. luncheon served at ,
were was noon.
headquarters bid II., Homestead.
Those present were: Mr and Mrs. A. A. Payne reviewed the Hodges, Mrs. Joel J. Robinson USED electric refrigerator $35
Mrs Palmer, Mrs. Dan Williams, book "While It Is Day". Mrs. Payne Mrs. Geo. M. Frick, cash. Virgil D. Lyon. (n3-20) I TUTORING WANTED high
Mrs. S. F. Matthews, Mrs. N. G.Ball The December meeting will be Mrs. C. B. Plummer, Mrs. Hol- school! and grade school subjects
Mrs. Ballard, Mrs. C. D.'combined with the regular Christmas ferty, Mrs R. C. Jackson Mrs. DETROLA camera, case, sunshadeand Mrs. H. J. Armstrong, A. B,
taker, Mrs. J A. McNeill, Mrs.' program It was decided. Mrs. Kent, Mrs. Haley, Mrs. F. O. I filter. Camera has fast Plummer drive and Country
Wlngate and the hostess. i Paul Haley will be hostess to the 1| Hathaway Mrs. A. F. Darling, F 3.5 lens and shutter speed I Club road. 1
The Perle Davis Circle met with group on Jan. 2. I Mrs. Geo. D. Ruehle, Mrs. F. M. i from time to 1-200 second. Excellent
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Mrs Ceo. Smith. Miss Helen Those present were: Mrs. T. L.1'II' Batchelor and Mrs. Robinson. condition. Reasonably City of NOTICE Hoouatrad: OF Too SALE('orUfkalaPorarlaonra :
priced for person wanting good
17. ,,e ,,_ "" "m".j- " i camera. Apply Leader Enter- Under the. trrma uf n final aWn* la
the Circuit (hurt of Dado County, rlurIda. -
prise, 14 N. W. Third St. (o23tf) a Bprclal Maatrr will aril at puui."I. .
,.. 'n the hlah..t kidder for ...h. no
NOTICE' OP APPLICATIONFOR ......1.,, rw mh.r f, 1..,. at II n'el.kA. I
PROBLEM
HERE'S THE1f"4f1H1tfTRAVEL TAX DUD N. at the front dour of the ('ITT
File MWTNntlca HALL. H..m..t..d. Florida, lb. follow.I II
la nrrrby (Ivan that MunhallWllllamaon. I .... ....'11.... lotatLot
holder aa axlinoo of City of .. Illurk 1. and \*. I.. Work 4. f
Booth Miami Tax otrtifloato Numbered' ... ROYAL PALM ADDITION Plat M..*
'I doted low *tk day of J.... A. D. IMS. kai S. paaa 47.
.' filed ..... Certificate III my office and numado Lrt S and 4. Work I. HA RIIKIIT. Alt
f' '. appllratlon for tax deed to bioathorono. IIITION Plat Honk e. pen 11
11 ;P In norordanr with law Bald Lot SI. Nlnrk I. UIMMrWK: ADDI.
., Certificate omnraMa Iho fi.llowlna do.! TION. Plat Book I. tore, 97.
> ( I I ---------1- I I'' iNii'I (' arrlhod property alluatrd Dada County,I I Lot 1. HInok in TIIWI UK HONK.5TKAD .
L se, 1 1a Florida, to-wlti I Plat nook 4. par* II
9+i Lot M. Rlork .. Franklin soled Plat i Lots .. 4, S and 4. M. l>. WALKKHI
w Honk S. Pan 14 In the City of Initk I I ADDITION Plat R...k S. naao .4lxt
NORMAL PASSENGER EQUIPMENT ;nl .Miami County of Dado, state of rlorl.da . T and .. R L. MOHKR API>|.
TION Plat Hi.k I pose 141,
Th. aowocmont of said prooorty tindrr Lot It: II and 14. J. 'J FUKKS AD.
the Ortlftr.to ........ wa In the nome nf DITIUN. Plat Ihiok I. IMWO IK
i ; -MINUS..* K. nt P. Lodao tCOln...... llnlna aiHCrnfffoal Lot II and IS. SKVII" ADDITION
chali bo rodoomod ieonrdln talaw. Plat Book t. pox I IIILota .
i tar dad will .taw 11.._. on the It, IS and 67. VII.J.A AUDITION -
CARS NEEDED TO MOVE TROOPS i i'j 4th day <"/ _..... A. D, 1K1.Datod . flat look II, ...... 40 I
this Volt day of Ortobrr A. IX This aalo will bo aiibjort to, Into City
I
1642. I 01 Hnraovtoad ta and f>rtaln alit
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...._... .. f:. H. I.TATHBRMAN, and County !..... ....11. at whip may .
.t 1.f. T.r --1. Clerk of Clrrutt Court. .10 had at the, ."..h'. 1'fffc-o and to bo I
t Dada Couaty Florida' I 1 ...'"'..... at the time of wl.. J
Circuit Court,Coal.ft. R. E. KFtWARIMI.: ;
K. PARKER. D. '. ....
i L C.I| rill' Clark and Ton ( .1.-
= LEAVESFEWER Oft. 10. N... I. '1. 10. U. 16411 IN10. 11. 1_ .. 16411i !


CARS FOR CIVILIAN USE I i

DO THIS NOW.
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,"i Every day you Itt slip: by is a
I day whose rental outlays could t

Day in and day out thousands of the nation's armed apply to the purchase of that

forces must be moved -swiftly, solely and comfortably by : Home Of Your Own' And t "
. train. This constantly require large quantities of railroad i ownership Is, actually, the sum
of the small amount which each
'ti passenger equipment. As a result less passenger equipment '
f.,: th-m formerly. U now available for civilian use. That : N day's saving contributes to the i
ib* war-time travel problem In a nutshell : .e entire purchase price! We have
I II the Home you want to own.
leOME. Well arrange the terms! i
: pow'OILCAI IEL' open for .." nea odd I
1&(: ountfcd travel thai must bo
. .. i order to avoid ewerowaV acco moodated.t EDWARD STILING I II.

lag ad make the possible Make your reservations and I Asset. AnMrlran Altlanf
us. el available -equipment Z buy your ticker well la ad- ....... Co. REALTOR ,

'4; your cooperation In observing TOHCO el your departure date Phone Ml-/ Florida City, Fla. i

t OMSO stmplo nilos i ooMntfaL. 3 Should your plans cbango iJ iI I
Unless your trip to very cancel rosotvatloasprompth iL.
, urgent avoid traveling so thai others can L.

weekends, en or |uet before use the ..-
GROVE UU JS-TKCCK tANDS-CITT
end allot holidays sobs 4 Trawl Uab -4ako only onetrains LOTS.-HOMES

en likely to b* saoetoewJod. pied ei baggage Into thor Prices Were Never Bo Low-Plenty of Good Valets
leave Iboe* dates with youCbodi the ro fcfa

I H. A. CAMERONREAL t

Wo el .... Florida Eat cart Railway deopty

......." yea padoom and .ndwMandinq who. ESTATE
I I due to the war eat MM happen to be late. t.
crowded or ether .law SBOMneninco occur. We I HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA
..I are doing ear boot to exrintata oormal standards eleomlerl
and convenience. Opposite Odd Fellow's Balldlni \i

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