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: April 2, 1943
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00588
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Board Names Pool Filling Station '
LEFT VACANTAS I

Official Tire Inspection Center I


FARM HELP The Pool Filling- Station has the food points received during I Free Tests ApprovedFor Within the next 10 days repair'
I been named official Inspection!the last week In April. They: will Family-Owned Cows will probably: underway on the
station for applicants for new be registered by: the board. May Cape Sable road to facilitate fie
tires, Chairman E. A. Carter of 13-14. moving of 2000.000 pounds of fish
I Free of
testing
I privately-owned which are transported annuallyover :
IS EVACUATEDOne the local rationing board said yesterday
cows for tuberculosis, Bang's dUease the road Commission Chairman
: 'FHA OFFICIAL and mastitis was approved Preston B. Bird said lust
The rationing office: will be ai a health lifeguard by: the county : night
open from 10 to 12 a. m. and 1 commission on Tuesday.Dr. .
Red- to II'p. m. on Mondays, Tuesdays, INSPECTS SITES I Due to the urgency: of getting
hundred houses at the 'Thursdays J. H. Yarborough, county these truckload of fresh fish to
and 1 to I
Fridays
'lend Farm Labor Supply Center : veterinarian, was voted a salary: area market during the current
will be available soon for occupancy -jP. m. on Wednesdays; and 10 to 13 ,FOR ,BUILDINGSD. I[increase of $2.100 bringing ha annual meat shortage Mr, Bird and
Board
by: families of soldiers stationed noon on Saturday meetIngs compensation to $3,600 out ''Roads Commissioner( Hugh Peters
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will be held at 1
on
at the Homestead army: airbase p. m of which he will" pay: an assistantThe I made a special survey of the roadon
Wednesdays
Camp Manager- A."Roberts -' Tuesdays7:3p AJJKOn oouo.17..tce will provide
Wednesday to make plan lot
and 2 p m. on 'rId'- it Burke trf MIa 1i FHA e
revealed yesterday.: Army: ,test for an estimated 500 family: immediate repair"" They: were
families had formerly: been houaed Grocer are asked to get In official, on Wednesday made an cows a* well at Dade'i 17,000 accompanied: by Lorea Roberts,
for ,touch with the board Immediately inspection of building lot here for j
In, the camp until the need dairy cattle. (pioneer fisherman tit Cap Sable
accommodation for agricultural as 'they; 'will, be,required on Apr erection of,the 23, house' author!I I Private ownert-Viir nukeNfritUn and Florida City. .
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to give a complete inventory /tied by an order of War Production ,
laborer forced them to move //30 : .eI application to Dr. Yarborough,
.e vAt
A* cottage: are evacuated by,ot their stock and I record 01| Board on Mar making I:who will set advance data for expense the of comparatively employing a small
farm worker returning north at Homestead a defense area. visiting the various communities grader and three for power
the close of the season, they: are lop Mr. Burke will be here againon I I weeks, the men road can: perhapsthree be put
for new Monday: to make further Investigation -
In readiness
being put A-'ANNOUNCES In "
good shape Mr. Bird said.
will be at of building site which: I
tenant They rented BAHAMA LABORCONTRAGI'S We estimate that the spin at the
nominal! mm subject to the FSA[ must be on electricity: water and side of the roads will be sufficient
policy: of-giving priority: to homing iWyEfiETABLE: sewer line*. for repair work, without
need of farm laborers, but The houses will be built by private DUEATUSESiOFFICE i I hauling in additional material.
Mr. Robert pointed out that CUM capital for rental en the FHA I The 24 miles south of Royal! Palm
PRICESNew
there would be no demand by:' agricultural basis tor11.. duration and six : Park to the Monroe County: line
workers until next sea- months after. FHA specifications I
will
of
: I require most the work as
provide for construction of {I the stretch between Florida City:
ion.The modern 70-acre camp has ceiling prices for cabbage,i a two-bedroom dwelling for $3100 and the park I* In comparativelygood :
beside Its 108 cottage for 188''snap beans and peas went into, and I three-bedroom house for The new contracts regulatingthe shape"
families I community: hall nursery effect Wednesday by: OPA edict. I$3900. employment: of Bahama labor' The 30 fishermen who live at
clinic: seven utility: buildings -I I The new price Kale was adopted .I are expected to be received soon flamingo on the cape are makingan
with laundry facilities, water to correctI1e Inequalities of I! by: the USES office here, Representative Important contribution to the
and I I present controls which might divert ; MARTIN TOOPEN'DRIVEIN1
and sewage plants, manager'squarters. W. R. Bird said ;yetlert wartime food supply: Mr. Bird
these vegetables from southeastern day. The contract will be substantially
I) pointed out. One of them, Mr.
A negro field hsnds FSA con-: market to areas where DRY : the same as the domestic Roberts, estimated that he had
tracts expire, the mobile camps prices are higher. contracts: except that the far, supplied -MIami markets with
here and at Could are being dismantled I Prices set for country: shippers mer i* cot required to post a $5 129,000 pounds of fish during the
and shipped to summer In Florida and even other slates ,CLEANING :PLACEThe transportation fee for each worker. past year.
farming areal.Faculty are as follows: I I Bahama labor* will'be Imported
Cabbages $5.75 a hundred only: in those-area where a deli
Changes Are weight. Peas In 28 to 33-pound Drive-la aen'wlll operi|I nits ,shortage of domestic help i* $1130 DONATED
hampers, 84; otherwise 14.2 cents I I proved to exist, it was stressed
Made in Local Schools a pound. Bean in 28 to 35-pound Monday in the oldAmoco Service by: Nr. Bird. The Nastaus will be
Station at N. Krome ave. and FOR RED CROSSIN
hampers, $5.75; otherwise 20.5 I Fifth ..., it was announced: this,used solely: for agricultural work,
Green cents I pound. ,and primarily for of
Mrs. Rives of J'torJdalCtr: week by: Charles Martin.famil. harvesting
School has been .transferred to Mark-ups In the prices are iarly known a* Charlie Martin. cop Application for harvest LOCAL DRIVE ;
Homestead High School a* Instructor lowed food handlers all down The recent closing down of the hands will be given priority' : over
in mathematics: and the ;line. al.1 only locally owned and operateddry all other labor requests, b* said.

Florida City: vacancy: has been Carload shipper are : cleaning and laundry-establishment 'A few local application: for the Contribution to the Red Cross
filled by Mrs. H. L. Brandenberg 1.035 cents; first wholesaler i in Homestead impelled Bailsman have been received: he war fund drive up to yesterday
The 'Rev. Marvin T. Murphy: '(service), 1.175; first wholesaler Mr. Martin to do something to said but there will'be small demand totaled! $113160, according: the
pastor ef Homestead Presbyterian (cash and carry: ), 1.095; second I,supply: the lack of dry: cleaning for labor until work beginsin report of Mrs. E. J. Dysl local
Church has been appointed history wholesaler (service). 1.29; second facilities here, he said yesterday.: summer vegetables and citrus: chairman. Continued donation
teacher in the high school: to.'.wholesaler (cash and carry, 120. I "The shortage of labor makes Lowering the immigration ban may be mad at the Red Cross
succeed Mr*. L. R. Becker who J!Retailer, 13D on'bean and pea it Inadvisable for u* ,to go into II to permit importation of more room on S. Flagler save, she said.
resigned. i and $UO on cabbage the general laundry business? for than MOO Nassau field hands into Under the direction of) Mrs. lOll
I the present, at any: rate, but we the state as insurance of adequate Mitterer worker from Casualty
,have obtained the services et experienced farm labor-will mean'doubling the Station No. 1 secured contributions -
Plea Made for Volunteers As Outfit cleaner and pressers winter vegetable acreage: this season of 8124.29.: The negro quarters -
I and feel confident that we can: it 1* predicted. by Luther L. were canvassed: by preachers
Lags in Surgical Dressings WorkroomA I give satisfactory: service." Chandler, who battled Yiioroual'l I from the churches: : there who turned .
Mr. Martin stressed the drive- for the Bahama labor. I in 33* to the drive.

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plea for volunteers to fold, February: quota in every respect! '
surgical: dressings wa*'wad* :yesterday ;: The Increasing casualty list In I THE 'WEATHEROfficial Haberdashery( 'to Close/for Duration
by: Mrs. Lee H. Lehman, every newspaper should spur I.
chairman of the Red Crow surgical i women to make whatever sacrifices weather' report of tile I As Wittkop Prepares to Enter Army
dressings workroom hen. are necessary: to produce'Subtropical Experiment' Station.
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Fewer worker gave these vitally: needed surgical!)Homestead, FJfcrtda. --
hour and produced fewer dressing*." |Date lets mm. ,Ilao Lea Announcement of their intention i association with Brooker Lumber
ings during the month of tewer.. Ranking worker for March|Mar. 25 __ 11 57 |30.13{ to go out of business for the duration Co.The
than were reported for were Mrs. Ceo W. Turner. 381 Mar.! 28 10 64 3903 was made this week by: : firm opened Its doer Sept.
JIbe said."There. hours; Mr*. hank Rue, 43 hour;!Mar 27 n.. |lfl. 3 8.:2 Stanley Wittkop and t: A. Buch.aaan II, 1137. and due to Its policy: of
were'four more working and Mrs. Hugh Bemia, 43 hour)Mar. 28 15 S33\ .M'M proprietors the Homestead handling quality good has been
Jay in March than In February* Seven thousand and one dressing Mar. 20 .1 |30M Haberdashery. Mr. WiUkoj very successful despite two crop +
Mrs. Lehman said, "yet: the surglI -' were produced.: SO of which were'Mar 30 76 85 |130.18 expect to enlist in the army: and freeze and I drown-out, Mr. Witt.kop *
I",..... ,. gal dressings room fell short ot the stitched abdominal pack i Mar. 31 .0 63 J30.10 Mr Buchanan will continue his says..c ., ru
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Burdine Robert !berth with the Merchant Marine. Redland Post Personnel the 427th Air Base Squadron the 36th St. Airport Wins
She ha* been advised by the 1071st Guard Squadron, the Medi-
Fatally Injured by Car Radio Marine Corp of America Will. Inspect Air Base cal Detachment the fifth Quar- In Discipline ContetThe

that there are no law against -- termaster Detachment, and the
Loren Burdin Roberts, three- women serving in this branch, but Member of the Redland Aircraft Signal Corp contest which ]
has
yr-old song of Mr. and Mr*. should tome technicality developto Warning Post will make an The contest i* expected to last raging for the beta
her ... will past five week be-
prevent placement tour of the Homestead
Luther 1.. Robert. ot Florid City inspection five weeks during which time each
serve with privately owned ship tweeD the Homestead Army ]
AirBase
air base Sunday for the will all other
died in the Junes Archer Smith army purpose team play teams
companies. and 38th Street
of learning to Identify aircraft three time Airport Ice
Hospital it 210 o'clock Sunday Mr*. Sias, a graduate of Louisiana Miami to determine which base ]

morning from Injuries received State Normal School, was a They have been asked to meet Planes : has the better military discipline !
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City Airport
teacher until her IT
marriage
Saturday night when he wa at the Redland School at 1 p. m. I la over. Impartial judge ]
year ago. She came from Louisiana For Air Base PersonnelThe who
truck by a or driven by Mrs. J. and to brine their Identification ,
H. Black u he stepped from behind In September. cards. Twenty of the group on I'made four surprise Inspection of J
another car Into the path of Tuesday attended a class In air- special aevlce office of the:leach! field have compiled their j

the Black automobile. Chaplain Loy to Preach crat Identification held. In Miami Homestead Army Air Base has arranged note and tallied up the scores |
Mr*. Black wa absolved of all by navy personnel for the First '|and the final result show Mtfcj
blame for the accident which occurred Sunday: for Methodists Fighter Command of the Army Air. with Brown Airport for i Street 811 vl
at approximately I p. m.on Force. two light airplanes and two Instructors ' point ahead.
N. Krome ave. near First it Chaplain Kavanaugh A. Loy to be at the Homestead i I The terms of the contest can for 1
Mr. and Mn Roberta were shopping who Is stationed la cup to go to the winner and a '
at the Homestead Former Redland Woman
barbecue
Municipal Airport for the for
at the time of the convenience one hundred enlisted j
Funeral service were tragedy.conducted army air base will preach Sunday Dies in Missouri Home of personnel of this base I men and twenty-flv officer of
evening at the First Methodist I each base The cup was
in the chapel of the Turner present
who wish to get In flying instruction ,
Funeral Home at 4 p. m. Monday Church of Homestead. Lt Loy Word has been received here of' ''ed by Colonel C. E. Shank Ie of
by the Rev. C. F. Crsuswelt. oat-' was pastor for six yean of the the unexpected death on ; or flying time !the 311th Street ''Airport and Cob I
tor of the Princeton Church of in Bolivar. Mo. of Mrs. sunda'l The service was arranged by1!/lone' William L. Plummer ot ,
the Hanrm.. Burial was In Palm Methodist Church IB Brandenburg laney, who for 15 year Captain Raymond Martin of special -I|1[Homestead Army Air Base, but
Cemetery, Naranja K7.After home In Redland and Silver Palm.1 service In response to requests j the cost of the barbecue goes tq !
Betide his parent'the child i*I the Sunday morning Mr*. Delaney leaves: her husband from both enlisted and officer :the officer and enlisted men of

survived by a brother, Luther service, a Chrlstiatf fellowship two daughters, Miss Margaret personnel, and it will be i the losing field.
Leon Jr. his Delaney of Miami, assistant. Plans are being made to hold
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grandparent, Mr. basket dinner will be held in the scheduled to make the best of:
and Mr*. Loren S. Robert of church school building A brief county agent and Mill Virginia use the barbecue at either the Curt -
Florida City; and his great grandfather program i* being planned by the; Delaney of Orlando; a son, Harold every hour of the seven-day w eek.';estate or ,the Battle Creek Hotel I
"Uncle" Steve Robert of pastor,'th* Rev. O. Sewell Palmer ! Delaney of Conway. Ark.; Later It Is proposed to make in Miami on April 10 when the
Cape Sable. its-/which time Dr. Johnston*, three sister. Mrs. Clarence Stuartof twin engine Instruction available,cup will b* presented to 36th
paltor' ot: First Baptist Church, Los Angeles, Mr*. Paul Novlne to those who wish It. [Street.

Wife Seeks to Fill Job win make a talk I of West Liberty, Mo., and Mrs I
'. H. B. Wllkerson of Sante Fev Mo.; I I II NEW novas EFFECTIVE
Of Husband Lost at Sea Care I and two brothers, Fred E. Du- "DRIVEIN"Continued |. Beginning-Apr. I, the following .
Nursery Offers to jsendschon of Coconut Grove and I ( from Page One) ![}wars will be in effect for services
While awaiting placement a* a For Workers' Children I!Guy E Dusendschon of Indianlapolis in feature that he will be able;at the Homestead Church of God:
marine radio operator, Mr*. Made I 1 to offer the public I prayer meeting at6 p. m. on
line Roihto Sia of Miami I I. I Children from two Ito six years) Both daughters have gone to I "There will be no parking![Wednesday and Young People'
guest oT her cousin, MM. W. R. old will be cared for in the day I Bolivar to attend the funeral. problem," he,pointed out, "as the II 1 I meeting at 7 p m. and church
"ndenonMr nursery of the Redland Farm I Mrs. Delaney was born in Florida -'two service lanes of the old fillIng -!'services at I p. m. on Sunday.
*. Sla wag graduated recent. Labor Supply Center for a homl- Mo., and moved to Bolivar station will permit customers
ly from Embry-Riddle School of nal sum of 25 cents a day while j']three years ago. I to drive right alongside the door
Ablation In the It-week radio their mother are at work, Manager of our place and be assuredtheir IIOIESTEADFLORAL
course which the hope will be E. A. Roberts announced this'Six Squadrons Form clothes will be under shelter until -
the mean of her replacing her week. The nurserY- facilities are Ball they get inside our cleaning SHOP
Volley LeagueA ,
tiuiband. Chief Engineer John- available to every mother in the room."
Sia who wa killed when his ship I Redland District who needs care I Mr. Martin came to the Homestead can furnish '
we torpedoed at tea. Last week. for a pre-tchool child while she, volley ball league has been area In 1108, when he was
Just a year and a day after his is i employed.The I started by the special service office -II eight years old, and has been a ; Flowers for every occasion
death, the was awarded a license nursery i* under the supervision of the Homestead Army AirBase resident here ever line I ,
In which six bat squadronswill Heirs: I to g. week days;
from the Federal Communication of Mr*. France L. Buck. He was with the construction
Commission qualifying her at a trained worker. Children will I II be represented and a cup I department of Dade County for ( U 9:36 a. m, Sudan
radio telegraph operator. hive supervised play and rest presented by special service to 12 :year and bas been a packinghouse except la ease of fuerals.
Mrs. Sia I* now awaiting a I]periods and will be given orange! the winning team. The squadrons manager for Fowler and
reply from the Radio Officer I Juice in the morning and a well- I to be represented, In the league\Bartield of Perrine for the put.I, MsS L P. MCLEAN, rre*.
Union to her application for a'balanced hot lunch at noon are the Mth Ferrying Squadron, 10 year
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.. Twe ____ HOMESTEAD, LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday April 2, ,


Loren Uurdine Roberts berth with the Merchant Marine. Uedland Post Personnel the 427th Air Base Squadron, the 36th St. Airport Wins ,
She has been advised by the 1071st Guard Squadron, the Medical
Fatally Injured by Car Radio Marine Corps of America! Will Inspect Air Base Detachment, the 914th Quartermaster In Discipline Contest

that there are no law against Detachment, and the
Loren Burdine Robert, thr_ women serving in this branch, but Members of the Redland AIr- Signal Corps. The contest which has been] ?

year-old son of Mr. and Mn. should some technicality developto craft: Warning Post will make an The contest is expected to last raging for the past five weeks between ]

Luther L. Roberts of Florida City, prevent her placement she will inspection tour of the Homestead five weeks during which time each the Homestead Army -]
with owned AirBase
privately ship
serve air base Sunday for the will all other teams
died in the .James Archer Smith companies. army purpose team play and 38th Street Airport J
of learning to Identify aircraft three times. toMiami
Hospital at 2:30: o'clockSunday Mn. Slat, a graduate of Louisiana to determine "which but

morning from injuries received State Normal School was I They have been asked to meet has the better military discipline]
Planes at City Airport
teacher until her '
marriage IT
Saturday night when he was at the Redland School at 2 p. m. Is over. Impartial Judges who !
truck by a car driven by 1'4.... J. yean ago. She came from Louisiana and to bring their identification For Air Base PersonnelThe made four
In surprise Inspection of j '
H. Black as he stepped from behind September cards. Twenty of the group on
another car into the path of Tuesday attended a class In air. special sevlce office of the,each field have compiled their i

the Black automobile. Chaplain Loy to Preach crat Identification held In Miami Homestead Army Air Base has arranged notes and tallied up the scores ]
Mn. Black wa absolved of all by navy personnel for the First and the final result shows J thf ,
blame for the accident Sunday for Methodists with Brown Airport for
which the
occurred Fighter Command of Army Air Street tt points ahead. i
at approximately 9 p. m. '- Force. two light airplanes and two instructors -;
The terms of the 1
contest
en N. Krome ave. near First at. Chaplain Kavanaugh A. Loy to be at the Homestead' call for
a cup to go to the winner and j
Mr. and Mn. Roberta were shop- who is stationed at the Homesteadarmy Former Redland Woman Municipal Airport for the convenience ' barbecue for one hundred enlistedmen I
ping at the time of the
Funeral services were tragedy.conduct air base will preach Sunday Dies in Missouri Home of personnel of this base' and twenty-five officers of
evening at the First Methodist each base. The cup Wit present
ed, In the chapel of the Turner
who wish to get In flying instruction ,
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Word has been received here of I Shankle of
Funeral Home at 4 p. m. Monday Church of Homestead. Lt. Loy
by the Rev. C. F Crauswell, the unexpected death on Sundayin or flying time. !the 30th Street Airport and Cok
pastor was pastor for six yean of the ,
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of the Princeton Church of .' Bolivar Mo., of Mn. Earl Delaney The service was arranged by I lone William L. Plummer of ?
the Nazarene. Burial was In Palm Methodist Church In Brandenburg who for IS yean made her Captain Raymond Martin of special -i'I Homestead Army Air Bate, but
Cemetery, Naranja. Ky.After home In Redland and Silver Palm. service in response to requests the cost of the barbecue goes to I II i
I I officers
Besides his parents, the child la the Sunday morning Mn. Delaney leaves: her husband from both enlisted and officer the the and enlisted men of i

survived by: a brother. Luther sen'Ice! a Chrlstlatf fellowship ; two daughters, Mill being made
are
Leon Delaney of Miami, assistant to hold
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grandparent, Mr. basket dinner will be held in the
scheduled to make the best use of,,the barbecue at either the CurtuH
and Mn. Loren S. Roberta of church school building. A briefpror.m county agent, and Miss Virginia
every hour of the seven-day week.;,.estate or the Battle Creek I
Florida City; and his great grandfather is being planned by the' Delaney of Orlando; a son, Harold Hotel
Later it la proposed to make in Miami 'on April 10 when the I
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Delaney of Conway Ark.
"Uncle"
Steve Roberta of pastor the Rev. O. Sewell Palmer ; :
Cape fable. atdyvhich time Dr. JoT.tone.1 three sisters, Mn. Clarence Stuartof twin engine instruction availableto 'cup will be presented to 36th !

pasto/'of First Los Angeles, Mn Paul Novine those who wish It. I'I Street.

BapttsthUrch,1 of West Liberty, Mo. and Mn
Wife Seeks to Fill Job will make a talk.
H. B. Wilkenon of Sante Fe 'No.; 1+| NEW HOURS EFFECTIVE
Of Husband Lost at Sea Offers 'Care I and two brothers Fred E.\ Du. "DRIVEIN"Continued I I Beginning'Apr, I, the'following 1
Nursery to II sendschon of Coconut Grove and ( from) Page One) I hours* will be In effect for services

While I awaiting placement aa amarine i For Workers Children Guy E. Dusendschon of Indian., In feature that he will be able'rat the Homestead Church of God:

radio operator, Mra. Madeline I i apolis.. to offer the public I'prayer meeting at6 p. m. ton
Roshto Slaa of Miami la a Children from two 4o six yean '' Both daughters have done to 1' "There' will be no parking Wednesday and Young People's

guest of her cousin 14.... W. R. old will be cared for In the day [Bolivar to attend the funeral. problem," he pointed out, "as the/meeting at 7 p. m. and church

Anderson nursery of the Redland Farm Mn. Delaney was born In FlorIda I two service lanes of the old fill sen-Ices 8 p. m. on Sunday k

Mrs. Slaa was graduated recent Labor Supply Center for a nominal Mo., and moved to Bolivar ing station will permit customers' .
ly from Embry-Riddle School of sum of 21 cents a day while three yean ago. to drive right alongside the door
Aviation( In the 19-week radio their mothers are at work Manager i of our place and be assured their IIOiIESTEAUFLORAL t'
course which the hopes will be E. A. Roberts announced this j jI Six Squadrons Form I clothes will be under shelter until
the means of her replacing her I week. The nursery facilities are I I they get inside our cleaning SHOP '
husband Chief Engineer John available to every mother In the Volley Ball League],room." '''t

Sins who was killed when his ship Redland District who needs care I I Mr. Martin came to the Homestead can furnish
was torpedoed at sea. Last "week for a pre-school: child while she A volley ball league has been area in 1808, when he was Flowers
for
Just a year and a day after his ,la employed. started by the special service office ,eight yean old and has been a every occasion

death the was awarded a license The nursery Is under the supervision of the Homestead Army AirBase resident here ever since. Hours: 9 to 8, week days "
from the Federal Communication of Mrs. Frances L. Buck, In which six base squadronswill I He was with the construction ;
Commission qualifying her as a trained worker. Children will be represented. and a cup department of Dade County for S to ':31 a. m., Sundays

radio telegraph operator. have supervised play and rest presented by special service to ,12 yean and hal been a packinghouse except la case of tanerais.MRS. .

Mrs. Slas Is now awaiting a periods and Will be given the winning team.: The squadrons manager for Fowler and I
reply from the Radio Officers I Juice in the morning and a orange\to be represented. the league Barfield of Perrlne for the past L P. McLEAN, Prep

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.AHD ENTERPRISE + OUR MEN IN SERVICE AmericaAlto

room" lo miA1CHER
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pub-16h. TIYvs ., Ra..awd. Fla., I MADE WboO "f e
N tile Goth II... PaMYaiee. c-....,. Five From lIomestead- i BACK FROM GUADALCANAL OF t

1 High Enlist in NaVy I Silt Eldred Dewees of the U troy ttt, hMR
BEN [Is. Marines returned to this country .
Preld.st. and E ltMMAWORIK Four members ofthe Home- Mar 28 from active serviceIn FMIT
FROPocitROWwARIMPfUd
LEACH ARCHER stead High School senior class Guadalcanal and Is now stationed

Mmulnf Edit,. were enlisted In the navy this In San Diego, Cat, accordIng WR10N'WID[ tM. r. .
weekWarrenMorris Clarence to word received by his mother INCRTJKf W
MARY nULL DICItINIONN. J : tig u.a pkODtlCfff 40 x
... and satiateaUSRCRIPTION llllams. Jack Marshall and Clayton ; Mrs. Ossle Maney. Two: OF TN LDS.
Camber Arthur Hall, sophomore -

KATE also has been iworri In. Lt. Fitzpatrick Goes

hi bade Cwmtr__.____ II." Jack. Clarence and Warren left' On Fall
Outside .f D4Cmiatr__ 51.55getem Saturday for training centers and Fishing Trip
Clayton and Arthur left yester.day. *
Recent letters from Lt. Francis -

Sato H DO IRIS,.e.ad at the ate"aa.t ma0.r Matter Provision has been made by the H. Fitzpatrick son of Mr. and
ri..id., aad.e W = :: board of public Instruction Mrs. R. H. Fitzpatrick of Home-
sawed a. u75.Kitchen. for In stead tell of
presenting absentia the di* a week's leave
omas of seniors who would which he spent with three friendsin

Commandos graduate in June had they.pot a trip across the island and Inan
Joined the armed forces. Principal adjacent Island for fishing and

By Aanle Mayhew Fitzpatrick B. M. Hindman said yester rest. He also sent home some interesting -
d.y. souvenirs of places he
;When the last of the beau has has been.

gone glimmering, AltbotlJh' he' Ia not allowed'to .' II
And the last ripe tomato U 'Sgt, Elbert West:Now tell where he Is located, he Is I BstiAKM Ml MCMMAM AMffmCAM f now

canned, \Member of Bomber Crew permitted to say that, the first I f *rfT {AUA-1 1Hlg U.i. US If MM 'YUT /
|And In glass or In steam cooker I day of our spring here was their

processed Fort .M,,,,,, Fla., Apr. 1.-SgtThos. first day of fall .and that guavas
Or merely been cold packed by Elbert-West. son of Mr. and are In season where he Is. cently completed his training In.mer Miss Geneva Vann of Home.

hand, Mrs. O. ..... West of Homestead Rhode Island before being transferred stead, ,who had gone to Fort
When the odor of cooking to- was graduated Monday from the PROMOTED IV AFRICA to Gulfport.. Bragg to be withr htm during hit
mates ., .' lines Pvt. and Mr ., .
Air *
Army Forces Flexible Gun U. S. Fifth-Army. North Africa Byari .are
The Mist breeze has wafted nery School at this city .-Pvt. Grady B. Walters, 22, tank PVt. J. T. Godwin Is still In living In one of the Cronwall cot.

way, Now. qualified as an.aerial gunner driver"In an armored regimentof 'the Army. Air Forces Training tages ,on West Biscayne dr.. (
:Ton may stand then at rigid .
Detachment at the e.
he will become a member the U. S. Fifth Army,.North Missouri Avttlon -
attention of one of the thousands of bomber Africa son of 'Mr. and Mrs. Chas.B. Institute la Kansas City .: Pvt:Wm.: C.:Payne of the U. S.
And aalute all your foods on crews which will be sent overseas Walters of East King's high- He is a candidate for -aviation cart Army' Air Force returned Friday
display. In a few weeks to battle training.Pvt. to WarreniburK Mo. after
way Homestead Fla., has been
Unless have .
:you done e'en ai
the Nazis or the Japs somewhere promoted to technician fifth grade a furlough spent in Homestead
I did "over there". He will receive hiscrew Jas. H. Hulzlip.. Jr whose
And a kitchen Commando parents reside in Perrlne Is ,,,, ,",,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
training at an operational RETURNS FROM HONOLULU now

Not become the kind, that responds to ,training field In the United E. F. Marshall. Jr., petty officer stationed In Macon, Ga. In civil' Homestead Girl Scouts
a Stat... i an life he was a mechanic at
first class
trumpetOr In the U. S. Navy: By Joyce Walker
Hundreds of gunner are graduated :arrived In Homestead Wednesday Pan American Airways; He re- "uunn,, ,,,,umuu, ,,,,,,nnsnnunuuu,,, ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,nmm,,, ,,nnuunr, ,,,, .
thrills to the roll of a drum I each week from the school :night to spend a short furlough. calved his training at Kessler
But the kind that reacts to a I located at Fort Myers. The course with his parents' before enteringa Field Min, and at the Delgado The Girl Scouts will help, the

sizzle lasts only five weeks and covers school 12 for Trade School in New Orleans. Red Cross by passing the collection -
on Apr.
And pavy a .
a spring that goes oft : .
everything from BB and skeet course In advanced electricity. He cup around after each showat
with a POP. hooting to firing from the pow- Joined the three : Pvt. Herman Byars returned, the Seminole Theatre from the)
If navy: ;years ago
that canned stuff has really: I r-operated turret of a large B34bomber and was in California when the ,Friday on sick leave from Camp lat through the 7th of April
been working, on special missions over Japs attacked Pearl Harbor. He 'ilragg N. C. He was accompaniedby We ordered 6JO boxes of cookies.
You grab for a broom or i mop the Gull of Mexico.A was sent Immediately to Honolulu his mother, Mrs. E. C. Byarsof Sally Suber sold the. most cookies.

I hear been some cold packs have grocery clerk In civilian life, with the tint salvage crew and Redland, and.his wife, the for- She sold 72 boxes
active
'j Sit. West has also graduated fromn had been stationed there until We received a thank-you note
And tome tins I that are not armament school sine he entered just recently from John B. Williams chairmanof

really duds the army five months ago. the poppy sale.
To extinguish with sand and During the meeting we played
What? sL3 : a
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with fine spray, Charles Steffant. son of County First Myron Crennell will nature game: The white side
Your weapons a dishrag and Agent and Mrs. C, H. Steffanl, i leave today for his new post In won. Also we played; an observation
sudstt'a I who Is In the Seabees: has beenromoted I I Fort. Bennlng, Ga., after spend- WAR BONDS game called land and water.
( HI for the soldiers ing a 10-day furlough with his
and to seaman second class Connie,, Campbell, Betty Byrumand
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sailors I and transferred from Camp Peary,parents Mr. and Mrs V. M Rebecca Brown broughtmoney
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1 Far thtf WAACs and the WAVES' Crennell. Lt. Grennell has been The "
at William-burg, W.. Va., to Rhode "SMvepIpe as the M-mUU for camp stamps.
r -the Marines, stand stationed at Camp White, Ore meter trench mortar Is commonly Dorothy Luke served.
Put It's K. P. forever and ever e known. Is used by our Infantry for

For Kitchen Commando Col Pvt. S. L. Kendrick Jr., has close-in fighting. It fires a 14-pound
I leens. sure, how.ver. that the l-polnt Just completed a In place- shell at the rate of about 13, a .
course
tamp has a letter on It which is minute. :11. .
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motorsat ill=s==
valid at the receive'It.
time
Your Dates you the Vultee Aircraft factor UllTtD, STATESBONDS
Your
storekeeper cannot always -
With Uncle Sam cut meat or cheese to' the school In Nashville where he was A
,:,leader of a class of 18 Pvt. Kendrick I
xact pound weight you wish' who has been
SUGAR: SUmp 12 good for I I That mean. you must know how; given training STAMPS
to fit him to
serve as crew
five pounds through (lay SI many: points you should pay for '
COFFEE Stamp 28 good for I ounces, too. A special table has I chief fora group of planes, formerly .111' .. t r

tne pound through Apr. 25, been provided on the Official Table completed the airplanemaintenance J
and
GASOLINE A-coupon t good of Consumer Point es repair course of 1
fur three gallons through July: 21. r for Just such cases. I'V table ,the Seymour Technical Training Command Rt'
at Field, N. C
SHOES. Stamp IT (In sugar breaks the point values per pound I .
r book) .good for one pair until down Into ounces. It one of :yourmrchases All CONDITIONED
June 11 has an ounce value of I i Lt. (jg) Wm. A. Arthur, USN,

i FUEL OIL Coupon 4 good less than half a point, you do not >son of Mr. and Mrs. A. F Arthur The mortar fires Its projectile In ROLLER SKATE

through Apr. 6. Coupon t valid have to pay an aditlonal point. i of Homestead, recently spent a a U-shaped are and for this raise''I
. >iar. 1 to Sept SO But If It Is one-half point or more I'four-day furlough with his bridein may be successfully camouflaged IN COMFORT
Blue lettered D E and F New York City. behind aa obstruction. It costs about I
retailer
stamps your can collect a full. Enulu f rf* to 11 it* P, M.JiJ .
! :_ total of 48 point*-may be point. $300. You and your neighbors, JoinIng ..
'wed for the purchase of rationed, Budget your points. Spend red Pvt. Orin Smith saw his first together, can buy: many of these I: __ ISHM taa

.processed foods through Apr. SO 1 stamps carefully. Make themI.at snow recently when he was transferred effective weapons for use of cur Venetian
Red A stamp are valid this for the entire ration period from Camp Standing to army Investing least ten percent I
Veek In buying meat, butter I When you receive l-polnt red Atlantic City, N. J. of your Income In War Bondsevery
shortening canned meat. I B . payday will do the Job. Gets Skating Rink i
{ or stamp as change, use them the :
}{Stamp will be good next week! next tiny you. shop, If, possible Lyman Williams and Dannie[ I the firing HM ea tile heme from:1
Lee Harris . Join the Tea Percent Cluu. -." ITM S. W. t-tk An, Island
enlisted In
and C stamp the week following and be sure that they don't expire Miami Monday .f r......D,,._,
!tTboe! not used may be used unused. for service with the Seabed
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4 11ty'oU1h. Apr. SO.t Remember .:roll still use tie: *
blue stamps for processed food Allen Neal of the navy Seabees
|h t Red Stamp Shopping and stamp from War Batlon will leave; Sunday for his new F.H.A. .

Book One for sugar and coffee station In Gutfport, Min, .attar LOANSUPA"
Take War Ration Book Two THE EAST WATarranged
No change Cli1Ie' mad. In blue pending 'a week's furlough with
'with you when you shoo for Neat in for Home
Mrs Homestead. He re-
-neat, cheese, or any of the other stamps.' Let ? hell m how to u- ;

Items, Just a* you do when uildintr'' nark jour Improvements 01 )
,MM shop for canned, frozenOf I "- .." -;.. the ABCS Monthly Payment i,

dried fruits and vegetable "' Play ,
.Test the red stamp out In the .tt = .

ttt-aenc* of your storekeeper or fe FUNERAL ,- .: .A Stop horn depredation now
')tls delivery man. BN 0 -
4 while quality Building Material
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are still available. :-ti
the exact amount of valid red ;
,stamp*"to 'give for a purchase, HQME C
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your storekeeper can glue you w .

your.-or 6xd-npo Chang- ..'to If J-PoInt you InUIt stamp live. Z441ourAmWian Service I BROOKER mm ce. HC.. :

' I film atarnp to pay for ,

'r' potat purebas. be ) .,.- LAD AI ,'D4N1'. _. Gewle .La.)**;......... ..... iWs, Vteto: -. : .: :-" ,;.
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f RIBBONS AWARDED IN ANNUAL EXHIBIT TECH. SGT. STEELE BRLNG3 j USO INTRODUCES NO-CUTTING-IN DANCE
BRIDE TO HOMESTEAD:
OF HOMESTEAD DEMONSTRATION GROUP Tech. Sgt Arden C. Steele of j NUMBERS AT PARTY TUESDAY EVENINGi

-- Kingston, Pa. and the Homestead I I _-

Ribbons were awarded Friday William, Mrs. Williams; drew Army Air Base returned recently I The Homestead High School McDowell Cpl. Korman, and Pte.Clare .

3 by Miss Eunice Grady, county form-Mrs. A. W. Hutchlnson.Mrs. ,i from bringing a with furlough him in his the bride North, the band will give a concert lit I o' I Delta who were accompanied I
John Graves, Mrs. Geo. M. at the piano by Mrs. Jacob
.. gent, to prize winners at,the> annual Frlck. former Miss Jane Duffy of Verona clock this evening tot enlisted 'Mr*. Mildred Christie, secretaryIn
exhibit of the Homestead ,N.J. men ia the USO clubhouse. The the special service office at
awards Italian
Miscellaneous
:'Home Demonstration Club held In clay-Mrs. Anderson Mrs.: Swan, The marriage took place In Verona band was 'well-received at IU the air base, gave an exhibition
March 6.
the Future Farmer clubhouse. Mrs. Anderson; wood tray-Mrs. on made tint concert there In February. of tap dancing. Cookie and fruit .,
Sgt Steele wa an honorary
This was one of the largest exhibits Anderson, Mrs. Frick Mr*. Anderson member of the HomesteadArt Special refreshment will be pro Juice were served at the snack '
In the county, and first ; rug-Mr*. C. Walker, Mr Club In November and was vided. bar by Mrs. Joel J. Robinson and *
ward article will be entered to I Williams, Mr*. Williams; etched At the Tuesday evening party Mrs. Marvin T. Murphy. Mrs. W. J.
represented by several pastel
compete for honors on County glassware-Mrs. Walker Mrs. portraits a no-cuttlng-ln rule was appliedto H. O.en served In the check J
In the club's National Art
Achievement Day. Hutchinson Mrs. Luke; article every third dance. These special room and other hostesses were: 1.Mr .'
Week exhibit In
the window of
dance were marked by the *. E. A. Buchanan Mrs. Grace 0 '
sack Mrs. miscellaneous
The
following awards weremade made from Swan; the Homestead furniture Co.
for canned goods: fruit- craft or needle work- extinguishing of the green light McL. Smith. Mrs. Ira J. Haynes, j
Mrs. Adrian Jacobs, M.... A. W. Mrs. Anderson. Mrs. C. E. Elchen-, UNIVERSITY CLUB above the dance floor. Mrs. Ceo. D. Ruehle, Mrs. J. M. 1
A* the member of the begin Holferty and Mr*. Preston B. Bird.
Hutchlnson: Mrs A. D. Smith; tomatoes berger, Mrs. Anderson; milk and TO MEET MONDAYThe I
ners' clan In dancing completethe AIM present were: the Rev. Marvin ,

-Mrs. R. E. Edwards, Mr butter . Jacobs Mrs. M. A. Swan; beans- for club t.-Mn. Ander. a meeting Monday course, others will be enrolled T. Murphy. J. M. Holferty. .
; business evening
.t Mrs. JacobsMrs.. 'Swan, Mrs. at the home of the secretary, This class 1* taught on Thursday, Geo.M. Frick, Dr. Ira J. Haynes ,
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son.Mrs. evening by Miss Maryan Chad- and Wallace Budach': Mrs. frick ,f
Swan; Jelly-.Mrs. Swan. Mr*. Walter Welt and Mr*. T. Mrs J. G. Wynn. I i
wick of Miami. wa chairman of the entertainment
r Swan, Mrs. A. 1.'Burgreen; other T. Bowen were accepted Into the
I CORPORALSGIV9 After the clan meeting on Mar.! committee.
r Geo. rt
\'eletabln-Mn. Swan, Mrs.
Mr Anderson
club as new members.
BEACH PARTY 25. a dance for enlisted men wa I
N. Wttkefield, Mrs. Edwards -
I' ; preserve club president, and Mrs.
I CpL A. McManu and Cpl. C.|sponsored by the Sacred Heart I
*-Mr- Carl Anderson, Mrs. BUNDLES FOR AMERICA
council
Elchenberger, representative
I' Swan. Mrs. Jacobs; pickles or relish will represent the group at a Wjlhelnv In. celebration of their Church Coffee, cake and fruit I,ORGANIZER VISITS HERE
-Mr*. Smith.. Mr*., Wakefleld.Mrs. quarterly county council meetingIn 'recent promotions were host on/punch ,were served at the snack I
Wm. Musselwhlte; noc-cltrus' Miami Apr (. A Work meeting Sunday at a. beach hart.at Miami bar by Mrs. L. C. Smith. Mrs.I Mint.elair!
Louis 'Mrs.
trult-Mn. Muue1wh1te.I ,Beach. Dalgla Mary Dwyer, j
is slated to begin at 9-30: a, m. .
Other In the Mrs. Stewart Springer, Mrs. Jack tive Dawson unit of Bundle tor
party were: Sgt.
Sewing award were: garment Friday.Apr. I In the clubhouse,
and Mrs. Ceo. Miss Gadwsr. Mrs. Ferris Mlnnerly America 11her home city I*
Allen
made from thrift material-Mrs. and the regular business meeting Burnett Miss Polly and Mrs. Leonard Kent. Other pending I month here with childhood -
C. T. Luke; garment made fromman' will be held Apr. 21 when new Gladys Jolly and
I hostesses friends Mrs. W. F. Therkild-
M.
: Mr*. A. F. Arthur. I were Mrs. De Mario,
suit-Mrs. Luke; child'sdrewMrs. members will be accepted Into the Mrs. Frances Oswalt Mrs. Homer son and Miss Elizabeth Hall. The
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.. Anderson, Mrs. L. club. I HaljJlp Mrs. T. S.' Stone and Bundles for America organization
The CalendarApr. Mrs. Edna Avery. Mrs. R. N. co-operate with the Red Croat
ART'CLUB GROUP FORMS MODELING Chafer chairman of the entertainment and other welfare agencies. .

I' WITH CORP. JACK CRANE AS CLASS'I Meeting of Princeton I I committee, was assistedby Miss Dawson wean the navy
Casualty station. Mrs. John Lynch and Mrs. blue gabardine uniform white 1
Apr. 2 Homestead High I Charles Pope. Father Michael blouse and Insignia of her organi

Cpl. Jack Crane New York Mr1. Alva H. Crouse Mill Bertha School band concert at USO. I Nixon and other member of the zation.
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sculptor who is stationed 'at Nill Hauiman and Mr*. Ben Ar- Apr. Meeting of South Dade church welcomed the men from
cher. Garden Club in Woman's Club the base. Mrs. Julian H. Webster and her
the Homestead Army .AIr Base, Apr. Meeting of Homestead Homestead Presbyterians entertained daughter Miss Alta of Agnes

met Monday night with a group LEGION GROUP TO NAME B. P. W, .C. at home of Mrs. last Friday evening Scott College faculty, entertained
from the Homestead Art Club NOMINATING COMMITTEEThere Green Rives. when a program of singing and Mar. 24 Mrs. A. A. Payne, Mr.
who are forming t class in model will be an important Apr. Meeting of UniversityClub dancing was presented under the and Mr, Wm. Kopp and baby,
ing. meeting of the Legion Auxiliary' at home of Mrs. J. G. W>nn. direction of Mrs. Adrian Jacobs. all of Miami and Pvt. Wm. C
Corp. Crane who ha specialized Wednesday evening In Legion Apr. Meeting of modeling Vocalists were Mrs. Wm. in allegorical and anatomical Hall when a nominating committee class In garage at 11.N. W. Second aelwhlte, Mrs. T. L. Hodges, Sgt. loullt.I .
work will Instruct the groupin will be named for the electionof st. at T p. m. 'r
sketching and painting as wellas officers. Apr. W5C.S. study meet- .
in modeling. Plans will be made also for entertaining I
I r The Franklin garage at 11 N. enlisted men at the USO' Ing.Apr.. Meeting of Neighborhood THEDIXIE
I '.W. Second street Is being used as clubhouse. Club at home of Mr*. Clay
a studio. ton Sedgwlck Cooper
: v The class will meet each Monday B.P.W.C. TO. MEET Apr. 7-Legion Auxiliary meetIng Jack DRUG:::
I evening at 7 o'clock. WITH MRS GREEN RIVES in Legion Halt Polk
Present besides the Instructor The will of Homestead
: J Homestead B.P.W.C. Apr. Meeting Phones 3* and plot
.and model Miss Jolyne Mock, meet for Its annual election Mon First Aid Post. .
\ '**rere; Tech. .Sgt. and Mrs. Arden day night at the home of Mrs. Apr. Meeting of Redland
.I .C. Steele, Mrs. Maud E. Chandler Green Rives. The Red Cross First Aid Pott.
Mrs. Charles E. Eichenberger, I rooms where the meeting have Apr. 9-Work meeting of
I Jr, Mrs. Russell Anderson Mrs.I! been held will not be open that Homestead Home DemonstrationClub.
Wm. Gee, Mr*. H. A. Ekberg. night. yrouRvrrMMM

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cough and cold relief. FOR 50cT

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Page. Six, . HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday. April 2. 1941


t) {'have',Bevo moved Webb In to -Homestead.the home-of Mn. I HEROES'!! I Ij

) AMERICAN :
In and Around Mrs. F. Bachelor Is ill at her'

Fig home. I' BY LEFF )'

Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Severy and ,
Homestead daughter Joan of Miami were I
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.
,W. Saver). !

Mrs. Charles Clinton came front 1
Dr. and Mrs. E. M. Andersen Scott Colin at Decatur, Ga.'at- !Key West for the weekend.R. .
will move tcmerrcw to the Barnes ter a ten-day visit with her !i

house on Newton road recently mother, Mrs. Julian H. Webiter. E. Scott is ill at his home,
occupied by Mr. and Mn. J.
F. Mrs. C. M. Anderson of Griffin 1 1I
Hammett. Miss Antoinette Moye Is representing Ga.. C. W. Scott of Atlanta. Mrs.J. .
the Woman's Society of A. Conway, the former Mr*.
iMF, Potter of Warehouse, Christian Service of the First Gladys Cliett, Mr. and Mrs. G.
Point, Conn., who spent the winter Methodist Church of Homestead Zellner of Birmingham and Mrs.
with Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Fitzpatrick at the annual conference 4n* Orlando R. E. Scott, Jr. of Miami ,arc
and his daughter-in-law Mrs. this week. guests this week at the Scott
M. E. Potter, Jr. left last week for home. I
Mluml and this week continued Since her husband's Inductioninto

his trip north. the anry Mrs. Ansel Barrow Mrs. J W. Caves and sons Ron-
has been making her home with ald and Merrill, left Thursday for
Mr end Mrs. Herman Rutzke her brother-in-law and
sister, Mr. Puerto Rico wheer they will join
have moved Into the Lewis cot- and Mn R. E. Sherard. Mr. Caves who Is employed there.'M'I'On 1,400 sor
taw on Redland road and Avocado ..411
drive. The Rev. und Mrs. R. E. Hastings ,
and their daughter Colleen home in Brockett North returned to his With KM bmnfer pilot kllltd, dw ee..U.M..I; Injured b.nth ;t .;
Haven, Conn..
ihet left wing M fir* ..d a twena of Jip Zen all I
Mr. and Mn. J. A. Smith, Jr.. Cecil Stuart and Henry Kufeldtare I vralori way
of Miami and their infant Wednesday after a visit of several Ol. I. C.Sm son. attend'M the Tri-Stale'Mln.1 weeks with his father ; :1 Ui crew me- ,
James Fred F **c B4 UM and saved tn remainint '
Archer Smith 3rd visited Irters meeting! of the Church of Brockett. *. .e lint U a ratk =I ea the water al fS mile u bnr. Navy t
on Sunday with Mr. Smith's par- God in Jacksonville this week. I mrmd ibem.Tt -
etiU Dr.. end Mrs. J. A. Smith. -- I Mrs. W. Schutt entertained ; .r sin their lift*-Y*. lead yew -- Buy Second Vtr I:
'Miss Diana Springer of Miami .. Donch.
Sunday at farewell
a dinner for 1
E. A. Roberts, manager of the was a week-end guest at the homeof
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Balm and _ __ _ .5'.1"-
Redland Farm Labor Supply Center Mr. and Mrs Stewart Springer.: Mrs. John Zellar who will leave
came home yesterday from Jenkins of Moorehead. N. CoO was
next Friday for Cuttenburg, N. J.
Went Palm Beach where he had a medical patient Friday and Sat OVER THE TOP
been attending meeting ot comp FLORIDA CITY r A urday. \ FOR VICTORY

niDiiagers. By Wa.rrtllCl. Sever JAMES ARCHER SMITH
. HOSPITAL NEWS CARD.OF THANKS .Ha I"urom
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Dudley of STATES WW I
We wish to thank our many
I Pontiac. Mrs Edith la -
Mich and J. M Brownof Tamblyn recovering
friends for the kindness shown us '
Mialml visited recently; with from a major operation per Jai. Sottile, Sr., was admitted during our recent bereavementand BONDSSTAMPSREAD .,
Mrs. N, Q. Ball formed Friday at the Kendall hospitaL
and Mrs. Geo. E. to James Archer Smith Hospital we thank them also for the
Reed. Mr. Dudley a former superintendent j, for surgery on Monday. lovely floral tributes. .
of schools at Fee Mrs. Ernest Neill underwent Mr. and Mrs. Luther Robertsand -
an .
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mont, lad. where he was associated A birthday dinner for Leo Rohrer appendectomy en Friday. Family. THE WANT
with Mrs. Reed. He retired was given Sunday by his parents Tonsillectomy patients this - ADS's
recently after teaching 30 Mr. and Mrs. John Rohrer. week were. Robin Field and Alma .
years in Pontiac schools and Is Others present were Mrs. Leo Waid. = : ,
I SOLAR
engagedin, defeosework, Rohrer and Mr. and- Mrs.' W. M. Other surgical patients were WATER; ; HEATERS

McCullough and children. Billy\ Mrs. John Parrlsh of Homesteadand \ Purchasers
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I Calhoun Beuchamp of Williamson Dorothy and Carolyn.; Mrs. Betty Boyd of Hialtah ELECTRIC BOOOTEEB-WORNOT EQUIPMENT REPLACEDFree
Ga. arrived Monday to visit Mrs. Wynn Turner, of Lower, Estimates ea Re-re na. and gheei.Metal Week .'
his uncle and aunt, Mr. and M rs. Mrs. T, P. Haley was an over. Matecumbe and chosen Cooking GIFFEN ROOFING CO.. Coral Gables Dial.4.1G51 :
Joel I/. Robinson night guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. are, medical patients. Alphonse '
\ :- Mahoe q,( Miami last week. ._- .. .
i Mrs. Ralph Kingman Is toi .
I covering fl'Ola" attack of influenxa. Pvt. A. L. -Mills. Jr.. of Fort ,
Rawe
She Is still confined her Bennlng Qa. returned to his base r I NW_ > : Gf0 ; >I!! RfSi0A1bJe J h_ icks. tU'l'l1l'

bed. Monday after. a, 10-day. .furlough 'YU'ftllQW1'nI "ASII r

1 Wednesday' Mrs.for J.their A Pollard home left in with Air his Cadet parents.Edward Arnold of I: CABBQMEJTJCAO J VJqaNtaWe : J.. KooRN; Re4 i: EsJate t f

) Sweetwater Tenn. Coral Cables was a Saturday guest J rtM. lit, ...,........ Miami, Fla.; Phase IrMfl ..

of Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Schroeder.Mr. ,

Mrs. Mrs. I W""WI "1" "" "" "" '" ". '''''''''''"" " "" " " "" '" "" ""''''''''"III,
f he.r home Tuesday after and Billy Forsyth of :IIpu 9JA Oft 3$9. "
receiving treatment In. Jarwt Archer Miami were Sunday guests.of Mr. AM) MAYHF, !W. FTTZPATRICKRedland
1 Smith Hospital for severe and Mrs. L. E. Forsyth.
scalds CAB 8KXTICI Road 1etw8fA.weldo and Blscayne.Drive
received
Sunday night In -
i an accident at her home. I' Mr. and Mrs. John Whlchard I F. O, rtiiBuner, Pros Pianoforte and Theory. t. 1 ,
I who have resided with Mrs. B. Violin Xylophone '' Plano-Afcordlaa ; ,
Win Alts Webster left H. Edwards for several months ,,,,,,, .
Friday i """"' ''' '''''''''''''' " " ''"" ''''''"'"" " '''""'"''''''''''"'''''" "''"'""''''''''''
to resume her teaching at Agnes ,. ,

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M"KF.l' : ADOITION 10: chum a ..or,_?GERALD. JOSMOTKc'or '
INTKNTION TO ADOPT RED LAND BRAND FERTILIZER
NOT ICs II UtKriY GIVEN
that
Monde,. May I. 1M.. .| ,,K> ...lurk m A. ; ,
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COMPANY Due to government regulation and shortle ,


Diamonds! Jewelry \ ages-of several l materials we will not be able to ,,. ,'f'.


Watches Silverware make: ALL of our regular mixtures. But we will ..'

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a rvfce. .. \ 1 ., .-jl\.our best to supply as'near as possible,. what: ';

We Abe Bay aa4 Pay Highest
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Friday April 2. 19.13 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Pape SevenADDITI0' ,j j111I11"


'.. ' '' , ,,, , , ,, ..,, ,, GROUP MAY BE SPONSOR :

AL SOCIAL EVENTS FOR NEW CANNING CLASSIt

,. ,.. '""" there Is sufficient public demand I. CLASSIFIED ADS !#

a new course In carmine I
MOTOR CORPS CO-OPERATES The meeting was followed by a
"WITH HOMESTEAD POSTA luncheon at the Seven Hundred will be sponsored by the Redland HATS: First insertion 104 a lint; subsequent iaaarlav

Club. Neighborhood Club under the instruction M a UM
reviled order for secret mobilization -
of Mrs. Geo. N. Wake- .
was presented by Mr*. Plans for representation were I field. :. ,

Skill captain at the meetIng made Sunday after
Frank morning mass FOR
The last class of the current RENTFOR WANTED
of Homestead First Aid Poe at a meeting of the society in the
course will be held 'Monday evening -
on. Wednesday night The Red parish clubhouse. It was decided'
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In Redland High School, RENT-4-room house with BOOKKEEPING reasonable full
Cross motor corps, under the direction then to have a rummage sale on
when sauer kraut will be canned. bath, or part time. Address H. H.
unfurnished on Walden
of Mrs. Carl Godwin, cooperated : Saturday, Apr. 10, in the Home
in routine drill with building. Plans were also made I dr. Apply; Alpine Grove Dairy, Heuer, N. E. 1st ave.. and 4th J

first aid workers supervised by for entertaining enlisted men at Miss Nina Dyal Elected I O. B. Parker. (aZ-I) it. or P. O. Box lIt Homestead.

Miss' Sue Robinson.Mrs. the USO on Apr. IS. President of SororityDeLand ,FOB RENT-Small house some (Pal)

W. A. J. Kopp reported on Those present at Sunday's; meetIng furniture. N. E. 8th ave., todat WANTED-Used treadle sewing

obtaining uniforms and insignia were: Mrs. Chas. Pope Mrs. Apr. Recently elect I Adam Ennis. (pal) machine ;In excellent running

for the personnel, and Mrs. Ethel L C. Smith, Mrs Clark Roberta, ed to the'presidency of Stetson condition. Call at Lender-Enter.
Ash was authorized to procure Mrs. Ernest Campbell. Mrs. John ;TO PERMANENT tenants, lit
University's; chapter of Delta Delta I prise. (mJBtf.)
drugs and medical kits for field Gadway. Mrs. Robert Chafer Delta national social fraternity floor lovely country home. mod- .i
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workers.: -. Mrs. Wm. Angelint Mrs. Leonard was Nina Dyal Homestead stu I ern, I bedrooms, Redland rd. WANTED TO BUY-Green ptgeen '.Ii I

Registration ,blanks for volunteer Kent Mrs. F. A. Minn rl1. Mrs dent. Formal induction for Miss near Biscayne dr. P. O. Box peas In the pod mangos and all

,.blood donations to the Dade Lynch and Father Michael Nixon. Dyal and the other new officers( 684 Homestead (mr 26tf other kinds of tropical produce* .
,
County Blood Bank are obtainable will be held at the next. meetingof S. Rcsen, T E. 135th St., New
.el"''the Homestead First Aid 'SO LOUNGE PROVIDES the group (ROOMS and partmenu\ Reasonable York City. (pje8) ,

Post and the Red Cross room FREE BOOKS, STATIONERY' The Homestead co-ed. daughter rates.. hot water and (how.er .

4.' Flagler Ave., as well as at For thi convenience of enlisted of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dyal, Is ac* I *. Palma Hotel. Florida City PART-TIME maid wanted. Mrs.

bdr home, said Mrs. Skill.iT men, writing tables books and live in scholastic and extra cure H. H. Ewing, 15 East 8th st .

tee local post and those at 1 magazines have been arranged in rlcular activities. She was vice I FORTSALE I (fJdtf) .

Princeton,. Redland and Perrlne, : the lounge of this USO clubhouse. president of her fraternity; last

where applications are available' Everything Is free, and reading year and served as Its representative I i IUI" I CAPABLE re'Uble woman for

altft, are competing' in a county- material and stationery; are being to the Inter-Fraternity Couni 100 FT. SO. KROME ave. front- home work. Pets Tourist

wide'contest to,enlist donors for taken away by the'men without ell. I ace. $800 cull for immediatesale. Home 302 S. Krome. Q8tf)

which a first and second prize . estriction. Eleanor.Frearher Ph. 528-

war bonds will be awarded. I Another ping-pong table has plat thereof recorded la Plot Book ,A ?'*>' (pa2) I CHILDREN given good
I been set up recently and more II at Pan II of th> Public Recordsof I : ._- carey
Dada Cou.t,. Florida aba week day or month. Reason
MRS LYNCH REPRESENTS will be provided If the demand I Late 1. t. .. S and 1 S I. Block t FORD V-8 de luxe sedan '37 ,
CHURCH GROUP AT DEANERYMrs. warrants. Plans are being made of DOWNER PALMS NO. 1 ..-... model,. 3 tire in excellent con- able rates. Florida City HurI -

S. J. Lynch represented the for a tournament soon'and those ln Plat. to Book the 14 plat at Pan thereof IT of recorded the Pub.la dition good paint lobe dandy ,I sery. (fSlf)

Altar Society of Sacred Heart: interested In competing are asked lie Record of Dodo County, Florida ILota I radio. $350 cash. Geo. Fitzpat-

Church at the Southeast Coast to leave their names at the USO .. f., a end a of HA. cA: IIER- I, rick, Naranja road. Phone 528-I' FAT hens. J. R. Devil, near Lefts

Deanery of the National Councilof I. office. Many of the GSO girls ON ADDITION. ateordln to the I I, M-l., ( store. (dlBtf)

Catholic Women which was enjoy the game, and some play; plat thereof recorded la Plot Bonk -
1 at Pan 17 of the Public Records :GOAT MILK for sale Phone I TO trade '3? Vi.ton dellvery.se.
held Tuesday In Fort Lauderdale. I I very well. of Dade County. Floridn aba.
tote I. t, t and 4 In Ulork I of 238-J evenings dan for 1-ton stake body truck.J. .
PIN : tTR.T ADDITION acconllnita I i ( tfI j R. Bevls near Lefts store.
IN TUB CIRCUIT ram or THE lo the plat thereof recorded. In Plat the plat thereof recorded In Plat
. KLBVENTH: JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Book I at Pace 47 of the Public Record Hook I at Pan 177 of the Public (dlStf
IN AND FOR DAIlg COUNTY of Dade County. FlorMai al I.o Record of Dada County Florida alLot -
FLORIDA Lade 1. 4 and I in Block I of FOR. Of PERSONALFREE CLEAN RAGS WANTED Wit
IHANCERT VI'NIR'DDITION.. aeeoedlnf to the II af U C. BFIDLFR ADD).
N.. 7MJI plat thereof recorded In Plet Book TION. ._1.. tn the plat thereof I exchange subscription or Idv_ a 3
. SUIT TO rORPrtnxK TAX: ALB tt at Para It of the Public Record recorded In Plot Book t at Pare II It excess acid causes you I tiling for clean rags. Leader.
< ERTIPICATES of Dade County Florida also of the Public Retorts of Dade County. paint of Stomach Ulcers. Indigestion -
CITY OF HOMr.STEAD. 0 Municipaleorporatlon Lt>t. ID 14 and II In Block I of FlorMai. ... Enterprise.
0'b.. But of Florida PCRVENIR ADDITION. ._few Lou 4. I and I In Block II of Heartburn Belching, II --
"Plaintiff la the plat thereof recorded In Plat TOWN OF HOMF.STF.AD. a .ubdl- Bloating, Nausea Gas Palm, 1----
T46 Bonk t* at Par* SI of the Public sicken. according to the plat thereofrecorded I get free sample Udga atBrown's JUNK CARS WANTED
RUTH CARDINAL, 0 widow ft 01,. D eo Record of Dada County. Florida ... In Plat Bonk 4 at Pan II | j
'" so of the Public Record of Dada Caun.y Pharmacy. (ply9)
"orj'uSR FOR PUBLICATION Lob ID I*. ceo 41, 41 41. 44. II Florida. i abotola I j Rowell & Son ,
IN THIS: NAME OF THE STATE: OF and 44 af SEVILLA ADDITION ae.eordlnc II. II 14 and U In Block t | FOR SCRAP iron. Highest '1 1I
FLORIDA ta the plat thereof recorded of BARBER ADDITION aceardlw ta
TO THE: DEFENDANTS, Ruth Cardinal .. In Plat Book II at Pave 411 of tha the plat thereof recorded In Plat 1 1 i S. L. KendrickJUSTICE I I prices paid with or without :
a wlouw 1\0_ J. Carter C. R. Public Record of Dada County, FloeMai Book S at Pan tl af the. Public i itres. Phone 8-2158 or bring to
M. Nee Around HitTrea are blind, abaLota Record af Dodo Canary Florida| . I I S
8an rrancleeo California Erneet W. 11. It. 14. IS and It In Block ." i 3011 N W. 28th
Carter; A.: V. B. Baile; Oil P..I... I af HIBISCUS PARK. a-cortl.r U Lob II and 14 In Black I of OF THE
ton a widow Looming, Pennine-ton a the plat thereof retarded In Plot ROYAL PALM ADDITION areordln I I :::
01.... woman. I Myrtle Pennlnrton.eln.le a Book IS at tae. M of tile Public > ta the plat thereof recorded In PEACE
woman ; kmule M. Roberts and Rerardr of Dada County. Florida Plat Book I at Pate 4J af the public i Leonard 1V.
JUM Roberta, her husband F. t. Roth. alaa Records af Dada C....", Florida!
IT, and Edna Ruth. hi. wife J. C. Late 11 end II la Block 4 af ROTAL. elm Birth Certificates and other dec- I sped/.11w" to 1M ammanaWa lL
Bowenl fbnaelena A. Doutt. a miss* PALM ADDITION. aeaordln U The Woo half af the Rut half of 'i I ensue nod sap same at
woman : tiara Swart.. a single. woman ) the. put thereof recorded In Plat the southwest quarter of the North. aerate acknowledged and wit '
Elisabeth: Downer Chamberlain and MC Book I al Pan a7 af the' Public Bee.on eaat auarter of Settlor Twelve. Towa.ahlp I.-.. GLAS8ESI
Chamberlain, her husband CullfordContraction ), of Dade County. florid. I else ftftf-eewM South. Range Thirtysourn . Ialaht Ht Pled a1.. .-.. Per ,
Company a Delaware carp* Lot tt In Block t of ROYAL PALM containing II una, j Odd Fellows Bldg.N. .' I csaa..Ir AIr c.MttIonooI
orE
araUon with H. principal' plaee at buelMM ADDITION. aeeordlnr la the. plat I C.saed.nl T..r
located In RaWih North Carolina, thereof recorded In Plat Rouk t at YOU ARC HEREBY ORDERED AND W. let St. Homestead fla. .
In eart of Kllllan Berwick, ....... ... Pan 17 of the Public Record of DIRECTED ta file tog!j I
.euritr National Bank Bulk ... Haled. Dade County Florida .1., the Plaintiff hill ..riI": : '
North Carolina I Robert O. LaMeter and Lot 10 In Block t of ROYAL PALM Mule Day In Mar. A. D.. lull twit . .
Compenr, a __'Ion. with IU ..rI.... ADDITION. according to the plat Mar I. lt,l. In the Office of the Clerk '
pal of/lea In Durham. North Ctrollna.In thereof recorded. In Plat Rook I at 01 the Circuit eoll" In and for D.d. I
In of J. C. II........ P. O. Boa Pan 47 of the Public I f..% of County, Florid. at "' ........ a decree pro EXPERTBARBERING
111II'. Durham North Carolina I Stork'koMere Dade County, Florida sir, pnfewo will he entered against ..... I
Realization Corporation an Ohio tots1.. W and I* of TOWr.HSAnniTION. IT III FURTHER flRDF.RrD: lII.tbto
e..p ntkn. with It* principal office lo- .....rdl.. to the plat order of publication ke published. once aweek I AnnouncementDR. .
acted hi the Commercial Bulldlni. Day.Ion thereof recorded In Plat Book I al for four eonaerutlve Weeks I.b..
Ohio.. Carolyn A. _.... efteeutrlftaf Pan 111 of the Public Record of lomeetead Leader and fnterprbe I R. S. SPICKARDand
the estate of John Benedict Roncha.deoeaeedi Dade c....... Florida' aha. nawenaper publbked In Dade County, .
Jam*. H. Lathera. a rop.ruan Lot A, Bl-k l> of TATUM'R Florida
of the firm of Hunt and Ixlhtro ItIDOF DALE A DOIT'ON.1.' .. DONE AND ORDERED IM. Sl.t day of Haircut . .. lte
attorney at law Deferred Payment to The plat thereof. recorded In Pint ...., A. D- 10411. at Miami I. fl_..
Plan, I..., __.Ikon. with its prlitrl.pal Boot 4 nt Pan M of the Public i f I. : II.'LEATHERMAN.Clark DR. C. C. RAYare Shave. . __ SSe i
piece of biulneaa located In the HIM Record af Dade County Florida. ,! ..- | of Circuit Court hi Shampoo (Plain) .. see
BulldliK. gyracuja, New York: Frieda and for Dada County, Florida.ICBolt 1
E. Hill a widow; Carter Security and L..", 17. SI and Id *according I. U. ( Court SVallBy new associated with Shampoo (Medicated) ._._. 7Se :
'Land Company, a dissolved Florida FRKE'S END ADDITION L c. woonAnn.
eorporetlon and Bather V. Tarter and M the plat thereof" recorded In Plat I Deputy Clerk. Singe .. .. tie
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Crnen W. Carter aa ....1.10. director Boot 4 .t. Fee. 141 of the Public IRA C. HAYCOCK
aa tnMaea of the properly of the Reword of Dade County. Florida I 14410 C........ Bid*.. DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST Fails ..._ .. __ __ BOe I
rid dlaMlved Imperial Florida olIO Miami F 'd..
.....1.......corporation..' Company: a dissolved Lnto I red 4 of KROMI!: AVENUE: Attorney for" Pblntlff. Facial Pack _.......... _._ 73e
Florida corporation, and H. W. ........., ADDITION!. ........11.. to the plat lApr. t, I. 19. U. 10, 1841) C. L'... and 1. U PrI.."" ... aa db thermal. e.ard.d I. Flat B.ok 9 aPen. : .. .-__

rector aa traetaea of the property of the 174 of the .hllo Records of Office Hours: tt.rn.ltt Tonle _........._._... .._ Mel
said dissolved. aorporatloalT. Dade Cosy. Florida. Wool WANT AD3 PAY *
-,. 19 ..d to in Block I nf !I Mustache Trim _. _ eBUSH'S
A. 4._. If living ; B. L lira.... H FI8KE: MANOR aeeordlns U the Sun 45151 I te IS
living ....". B. Moea and Florence C ::1
11_. hie wife If Imam O. C. '..1.... Closed Saturdays
I' urins, May H. Miller. it living : Fred
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Tucker hb wife. If he ke married whne 11 1711'N, W, 113 ST.. MIAMI j
tteen same la unk_. If llvlui W. 4 4Opp.
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Loker Loky.kla BarberShop
."" HAM he married whoop .
nama la unknown. If 1101'- J. H.whs.l,
lay and ._- --_ ,I.",. !$ Coy Han,
trven name to unknown, If Urlnwl bEFEr
IL Buraa and Emma ....... .... jI jIZn
wife If living Joeeph V. Pawera wn,9 I.
and .- -- -- Power .... Oorn'j ''
It he be In........ whs.g rives ..
..k....... U living: Laura C. _... -- --- -- ..
.ft _rrIooI. bar epouea waaet alms Ii
': w unk...... If Metal Emma Phlllla i
and If _...... .... epona. whom live Give "ALLOUT"AID .
name la unknown. If living| : C DOUBLY SAFE

:. and a any ef the above named ladMaVJwakl '
ha dead all paetlea ee penam delrn. Iaa TO YOUR EYES I 4)l-0) IL Drive carefully of course1 I (.
is Internet under maid dri... L
(.... at ehfc e atkem.. dmmid ae athaewlea. Wolof e..eeipa..e born e.T but carry protective Auto On-
o tartodlwi bit a* her hell. d..i.r .. ....., .. fWW' ... ....... I lurancw certalnlyt; There tlrt d
allow rialrn.aMa lorYOVR "l
rraataea epaoaea ar Mrs
Ii. aadef each p.rena ar persona MaWd. I II form*-and amounts!-of Alto
and ill other .._..akaaat de.lerdaaw r\ :
mtale eaaaa, and all panhaar \ l/Sygrdssei Onsuraoct txprtssly suited to
p.iei'eia, whethea natural, aeaporataee """ I II'
....101..... Intereated In the bade I'! \ I ycur needs, and purse. Vf. will
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.' h.M.Mw de.lh.t ee .
thresh or .odor the dissolved -:: \VI ', /A\I;: .. are your FIRST I If' explain-trtely. Feel free to l laM
ides abor..t farth. eaid ha* .. totEDWARD
,,ett-r MX the city af tlemmss.esd. Corny LINE of DEFENSE til
at Dada, sued lute a( FkirWa.' end
Mea eartfcalarlr .....* aa folMw 7 w, '

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