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 23, 1943
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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: VID00591
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
lccn - sn 95047482
lccn - sn 95047482
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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"Buy a Bond and Ride in a Jeep" Is
P UNDERWOOD I
I S hool' Rallying Cry 'ii> Bond Sale"Buy

On Wednesday the body of the

HELD IN DEATHOFGQULDSMAN a bond and ride a Jeep""if j $..000 and had bought $5,500 TILE WE4TillR sixth flier WM extricated! from

tip npy rallying cry pf Homestead! worth' of bonds at last report. Subtropical Official iwsathar'report Experiment Station.01 the the wreckage of the army bomber
The contest will close Fri-
on that crashed afternoon
student in the Current school I Sunday
day, Apr. SO, and until then the Homestead, Florida.
bond self campaign. The future o.w .... Ills. 1 t ado and sent four army and two navy
) school slogan Is "the sky's the bari airmen to their 'deaths. The
Farmer chapter will sell bond April 15 1 83 115 P,02 occident -
by the First National Bank Saturday i limit. April 18 j 71 : 50 :30.181 l occurred west of Florida
afternoon 'beginning at 2 I April 17 .111 I U 180,171 City when the plane, based at
10'ilock, and each purchaser will be April 18 .85 00 ::80.18 0,07 Boca Chica Field went Into a
That the death of Gordon Ellis liven a ride (n a jeep procure 203,800 IN BONDS April II 84 11 ::21.881 0,0' spin and buried its nose In the
WM murder, caused by gunshot from the Homestead army air base April 20 .8.3, ;1211 ell: 0,03 marshy Everglade The natureof
through Lt..Swin M. $ April 21 I 8' at I the crash and the terrain combined -
'out fired automatic
from: all lie relations officer. The:.P will SOW) lira SINCE to make removal ot the
42 rifle fa the hands of Otha F. wok under the direction of Ceo. N. Some Stores Begin Half victim difficult.
Vnderwood, wan, the finding of Wakefield, chapter adviser. The bodies, accompanied by
the coroner' jury on Wednesday The original goal of one jeep to START ON APR. t2 Holiday' on Wednesday military escort, were sent :yesterday
flight, in the office of Peace Jus- be t purchased through school'tales by the Turner Funeral Home
has been raised to six jeeps and Homestead fertilizer houses for funeral service end burial l. .
V4 Sid 'CTKendrlck. Under? enthusiasm is still running high, War Condi to the value of $203- have begun their summer closingon No 1 Information Is available I as to "
wood was' committed without Principal B. M. Hindman said $00 have'been sold In the Home Wednesday afternoons, and local the Identity of the naval filer,
bond to the Dade County jail to yesterday.The stead area!, since Apr. 12 when the furniture stores will begin but the following list of army
await action of the grand jury. elementary school exceed second national bond drive for next week. Some of the grocery dead was released at the Homestead ,
Ellis was fatally wounded in a its first quota of $2,000, hiked it thirteen billion dollars began, Max stores also are closing for the air base:
gun duel with Underwood at . . Losner campaign chairman, reported half-holiday ahead of the normal First U Ralph B. Wilderhau
about 7:15 p. m last Saturday In last night. I starting date, May 19. of Dayton, O.
front of Smoke)'. Barbecue at 3 DADE SOLONS These figures Include all Issues The beauty shop have closed Lt James B Jollison. Jr.. of
Goulds, and died shortly after arrival -Series E, Ft C, and the I for the Wednesday half-holiday Denver Colo.
at James Archer Smith United! States treasury bonds, all winter. Tech. Sit. Andrew J. Moll of
Hospital Underwood whose face REPLYTOANT1GAMBLING Cincinnati, O.
and body was peppered with bird- Staff Sgt. Jay H. Fisher of
shot; received treatment at the PLEA Pliofilm for.Out of Season Marketing I Cleveland, O.
hospital and was placed under A board ot officer hat beoiv
arrest there by State Road Patrolman Studied by Everett Shuler at U. of F. appointed to make an investigation -
W. F. Brantley. Ben -- of the tragedy
Jenkins, a bystander, was treatedat Assurance of their opposition to --
By RtBV LEACH CARSON cess will prClertomatoe.., celery -
Dade County Hospital for egall :lng further forms of gambling -
minor wound from stray shot. In Florida has been given Homestead's agricultural devel. sweet corn, cucumbers pep.pel'l BIRD TO REPORTON
by three members of the Dade cabbage, broccoli and tat
The scheduled
Inquest for 2 p. opment can look forward to a I
m. Tuesday was postponed until legislative delegation to the Rev. real boost upon the return of one rots.When '
8 p. m. Wednesday when a new O. Sewell'Palmer, pastor of First of its young residents, Everett asked to explain the BILL FOR DADE
I'
Jury.could be drawn, as' four Methodist Church, In answer to a Shuler, who If now completing properties of pliofilm, Mr. Shuler
member ot the panel, D. E. Bash. church petition protesting pro- hit fourth year as a student In said that It I* a synthetic plastic, INSANE ASYLUM I
or, Clyde Cowman Chas. B. posed new gambling bills. The the college of agriculture at the with rubber hydrochloride ss4te!
Graham and Holly Steele, were I petition also was signed almost University Florida at Gaines principal base. He then produced ...
also serving as pallbearer at unanimously by memberships of ville. Just when south Dade County a booklet on the subject, written I Commission Chairman Preston
Ellis funeral. C. M, Barrow imam:I the Red land and Florida City' will get the help which young by two research men Arthur B. Bird was expected to arrive In
foreman of the new jury, and other Community churches. Shuler Is well qualified to give L. Stahl and Paul J. Vaughn. Mr.Shuler'i Miami by plane last night to're 1
members were Rudolph Matt- Senator Ernest Graham, and Ie uncertain, since Uncle Sam has contribution to this book port on hid conferences In Tallaimseee -
son, W, Y. Bush C. B. Lowe Tom Representatives Marshall C Wise-I already planned to take hinr Into let was its graphs, which show I with Gov. Spessard' L
Tbeua and W. I. Berry.W. hart and R. B. Gautier, Jr., unconditionally the service after he receives his results of his own work with. Holland and state official on the
O. Bozeman was attorney for pledged themselves 'to B. S. degree In June. fruits wrapped in 'pliofilm. proposed establishment In gate)
the defendant. oppose any additional gambling '!Air. Shuler has majored In horticulture "A proper use of this processcan bounty of a branch of the slate.
Thirteen witnesses, most of legislation. and has taken special revolutionize the citrus Industry hospital for the Insane.
them Gould residents, were called Interest in his .courses in botany and the vegetable crop industry The bill Introduced b1% Representative -
to the stand Wednesday night APPLICATIONS IN and crop arowill. In'connection In our section," Mr..Shul- Marshall C. Will"art
Others were Geo. W, Turner, with hit laboratory work he assisted er said, "and after the war Lover and providing for an asylum) to
Homestead mortician who prepared .. In the construction of the I I certainly intend to go be 'constructed by county fund*
tUii' body for burial. Phfl BY GROVE MENFOR30NASSAUS University of Florida's debydra-, down home and try my hand at and maintained ".Jf the state la s
Harrington Miami newspaper tion plant. He worked at the University It. There are other innovations opposed by tome member of the
photographer who took pictures in ,the development of that will help our growers, tool commission on the grounds that
*t the scene of the gun duel. Patrolman the pliofilm process of wrappingfruit I I This Isn't the only one!" the state should assume the entire
W. F, Brantley and I. R. for preservation in cold burden of the care of (he Insane
Kill who conducted the Investigation for storage WbUe making' expert- Council Fight Uniform In a survey Tuesday of the state
for the state attorney's of Applications approximately Menls with this pliofilm processMr. Government Bill hospital la Chatt noochee_.Mr.
fice. thirty Bahama laborer to work Shuler kept constantly in City Bird found )P3 Dada patient-
..Turner testified ,that Ells'! body in.local clttua groves have'.been mind the advantages'It could give aivlng care, compared to (62 I
'bore four,gunshot wound;'two la received at the', local USES office to grower lireoutli Dade County City Attorney Ira C. Haycock" ,from Duval and 038 from'' Mill#
the chest, one Above and die be. : Representative W R. Bird "''If we can take cue vegetablesto was Instructed by the Homestead borough counties.
low the heart, and two la the said yesterday. Although the the nearest cold storage; whenever city council Monday night to wire 1
pack. need Immediate, It may not be there Is no market for them', a protest' against the proposed Easter Cantata Slated
Other witnesses were Mrs. Earl possibile to supply the,full quotaat. said he, "by wrapping them bftins' adoption of House Bill No, :3g "
f. >-.;TherkJldson, Ben' Jenkins,'J.F F. Once 'as. tha.majority .f the paper. they' will remain la which 'would require the establishing For Merodi( i t Churches
:'fSmokyCash; p[. A Pye, Fred imported Nassau will be employed I perfect condition until they can of uniform system of mu
'lonu. Chu..Bounds, Riley Boo* through May Everglade: :be ref on .the'', market Growers ** required by A cental*, "The Easter -
}MUB and CbajfDoff' aljpf Goulds:; twaa'harvest, h*Maid t ,arould t Dot have'' -Uke""e low ::8ecUpA'2. of Article, 111 of the a." will tf presented; In theAll Perrine -
and Mrs. f L. Smith of Brooisiirille -, lift' Bird expect by Monday to price fpr good produce: and they Cpnctitutio) ft J1u !f. school auditorium at 11 a. m. '
,' FlaJ who i* visiting herbrotaerialaw be transferred to"the USES officeat could market then produce out of T. 'X. Kirby W. It Bird and Sunday by the choir of the Silver ;
and sister Mr. the 36th Street airport where season. by. using, this pliofilm proC Frank B. Rue were appointed to P a J III, Princeton and Perrlne
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and Mrs Einar Larson opera. he win assist la the registrationand I.. serve ** g committee to check on Methodist churcbc of which the
'I for* of Smokey1* Barbecue. fingerprinting of potential Mr. Shuler said that be experimented delinquent persona taxes. Rev. M. E. Uyer I* pastor. I
A ripple of fenusenwnt swept employees. J. F. Callahan manager with oranges and kept 4 (200 building permit for Lot Clarence Gray win be director,
the. crowd *. Cha.. Gotf,.Gouldt Of the Miami USES office, them In perfect condition for two, 10, Block 3 Lincoln Park Wan :Mrs Cray, actompanlst, and T, A,
.{Cpntmned on Page Seven) : will be in charge. ,years. They have found the pro. granted: Phyllis Rbeney. !Holton, reader

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Pace Tie HOMESTEAD_LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, April 23, 19i$:!1:


Dr. Johnstone to Speak

On Meaning of Easter' 1


The series of prayer meeting
'." i which marked Baptist observanceof
Holy Week will culminate in
i the worship service Easter mornIng .
: I when Dr. J. E. Johnitone will
, preach on "The Meaning (If East -
.t i ter" All Sunday school and ON
church: collections will go toward
the cuhrch building fund. Nine
i hundred dollar was collected last

i I Sunday Cottage prayer meetings have TRANSPORTATION FROffE

been held this week at the homes
of. Mr. and Mr*. E, L. Lawrence,
\' Mr. and Mrs. O A. West Mr. and YOU hear more and more today about the ground crews .
: l and Mr*. T. D. Plebe, Mr. and the bey .backstage who keep 4hem.ticking '". ..aM ape ,';
's Mr*. J..Tom .Vann. Mr. and Mr .whose- .iI'.lId energy '_fuI : il."f.v.'f. . -
:, W B
I I, L.Tonight West .Good Friday will .be' l.y More War tad Triq !.wrap grMifs-cempc** the maiotenaiw*, fWtiaftvid* ..." '.'4'W"" )o '! I$
' observed with a group prayer' Motar. UM vTfcey.}...1revth.. .11.'"). kiiii .... NIIII.' tM- u.u"" c 7 n .w;: x, rte y.
i!' ._tIII1Dhe church: and a spec statvarie"em '...04ts..a1 w..ewes1.1NYil *._ Wlity;..........., ... ,'- .\ ,.,, .,. \- a p .,
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St. John's Announces ...... ..' : I
\ lal Easter prayer service will beheld folio.. " : : :.: "J/ : ,

r from 130: a. m. till I:45 a, m.' Easter Morn ProgramThe .\ --a..fi-* ..--.r. ; !H ,.. .; ., ". :

: on Sunday morning : ..orthg,_toyal.. .-pe ieMe-M.*....... .(t bola' '. .::4-
folio*ing 'program'of_ Eat .<..>->Theae.bey*._ w Utere. ,-...,.with ,t>tfc heed: H, 10 '-.
Picket Pence Is Erected i ter music and an Easter.sermon sq.s.e. very aunt .f-prffMnc mast tafaxMt*? *4ut *>rt' ... \ ;
I By 'Drive-in" Cleaners by the rector, Dr. A. L. Burgreen. .meat-irreplaceable equipment*'For *ef'i."tra burden-ijK*,, j :,5.,

will be given at the II clock Ir.III.t 4eke .heavy ..tot,and,bnng hard hourt "*., \.Io, '

1 A high board: fence In picket service, announce Mrs. Julian H. keep today' trempeftahoM fleet nip to "..-r ttandafdfel Al ,r
I I Webster director and organist: '
i effect has been erected about the Organ prelude, "Dawn"-Sheldon safety and. coin W4, lop ; *. ;I

plot at the rear of the Drive-In processional "Welcome.Hag- You can \t&; ley your "herd-earned' .ft these. fellow to
aired Dry Cleaner, where clothing I* py Morning''-Sullivan: Introit do a bang-up job. They're real soldier ... soKd 1 ..t
o The.fter'rle.nln Christ Our Passover 'c.r.t. American who have shown a wffltngrwu, to work like fury, w. :.
: new establishment .
I opened lane: anthem "EmmauSr" when f.w A Uk ;
Apr S by Charlie Martin in the poem wi4 evaf jww floe i taoortaww IHomestead
by Dr. A. L. Burgreen, offertory,
,, old Amoco Service Service Station Christ the Lord Is Risen Today," Bus Station Hotel Redland '
at N. W. Krome ave. and Ceo Polo).. Rockwell; anthem, PHONE 5SlOniPAMoTORTlNES
I Fifth it. offers the services of I
"Hallelujah, Christ Is ,
i i experienced cleaner and Caleb Simper: recessional RJ.en"-1
en Christ Is Risen T( ; i
pren'l:uigan postlude, "Jubiiofv' Deo"-I r
Lt. Meeker h .\s1 511\'er.

\s Commanding 1 JofIi

-- I\ First Aid Post Names

U Isabel May Becker of the Blood Bank Commiltee .
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VMACs has been named --
commanding -
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officer of the
new detachment Miss Bertha Nlll Hausman.
of WAACs which arrived First Aid Post, appointed her
last week at Langley Field, Vatc .. committee at the regular meeting .
handle communications, weather .
on Wednesday night Potent
reports and general offict du4ies tial donor
may register with Miss
She I II a daughter of Mrs
Hausman and blank are available
Chas Becker of Florida teaREDLAND
City and
also
at the Red Cross mend-
taught in Miami Senior HighSchool
Ing room oi) FUgler ave
before her enlistment Miss Mine
Henley, physical
Lt. Becker has
f been executive education Instructor at Homestead
officer at Third WAAC Training <8I
High School, directed her
Center in Ft lethorpe., Ca, and student of ,)
corps messengers and ,
before that she
was radar and executive stretcher bearers in co-operation '}
officer for company of with the
post personnel' Thirty
WAAC stationed in Miami 1
six worker were present

(1t'.C TO GIVE CANTATA ,.
Or. Leonard W. lIaskl.aI ,

An Easter cantata will be pre- AMrtiMilic .. I,. &0......_
sented Sunday evening by the I ..I.... M4 BwutlM ., I
choir of the First Methodist GLASSES

Church of Homestead, announce HI N. t. ". ,,..,. r*. III
the pastor the Rev. O Sewell I C-.IximlMt....., WI W-CXWIUMW.

Palmer !
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Farmer: Let me tell you my I I
friend that horse know a* much i
a* I do*
Id: 'Well dont tell anyone I
else: you might want to tell

Jr him torn da-Ix. I I BRAND FERTILIZERS



for rronpt

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reasonable rates, Consult about fertilizer requirements ' '

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.4; PHONE 9108 or 389 ' for the coming year. .. . . ,' : : : .

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Due "and shortages : : '
government: regulation -"' : '
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sorter or APPLICATION FOR ;

wormer I*TAX nw smear DIED sens CIVKM Out IC. :**:' make ALL of our regular mixtures. But we will ':\ .

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L* riiitMb >"* M M.IM> .* far J ,
ef Maui Tim Cmlflral* N..Wf.J 1111. .. .. : .
fuse dealt.sail Ilk waitkq 4w of i..r J.ea. A..irks D ,1M1..' a.has. do our best to supply .as dear. as possible. what'. :...,: :.
air arolkaiMe tar as del M be"storem J. .' Slit' J
in.e..d.w area .... Nil e.- -' .' ,
f .Mek.r_.s..r ait..kd she"., DMe t.iwiss.Ard c:....,. ..... . :. 'you' will need.. 1'" . . ::'-:,::;r .*:;.foo.*--*. ;' ..-.* .
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.. sow ef no.w.
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Yea .... ...Wk.s. Wed area .. w ea..od'.aware. '
._ said penxksa snit Florida East Co Fertilizer Co.
M adanpd a.a..diae a .... an let
... 6. .- .. *. seta w .< Mir. ,
A. sea.
& ...., lay ef ..ri1LA. D. I.*
,g-v LZATIUSAN.ekes .< CinuH Dmrt.. Telephone 16 FRANK R RUatManajer::] .t M i' Homestead, Fl*. '
Ite4. CMM FkriM. b' :.J'.Jr I.;pee
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April 23. 1913 ." '. . "HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE: Pave Thiw


I K,.9. Lewis Rothenbutg has returned t d. Mr. .Ouster, VMtent.. of t Miami are parent o*.a son born
to her nome in Cccol,' aoJtII "* I on Apr. IS
Conn. ftto. end Mrs, T. 8 Benson of Mn Rosalie Chapman ot Home'itead II
In and Around, I PrinAMn are the parents of a sonbarn I Is a medical patient and
MM BsmUr: Sine loft Monday I on Apr. H. 1Mi'll. Jessie Hancock is an mUio'nsdt -
I for her home in Bin/ihahtptan, N. Mr and It*: Brady Cole of i& patient
Y. ._ .. j

Homestead IREDD I
iI i Bob Brandenburg of Miami was
a week-end guest of Mr. and Mn,
... I R. E. Scott. DRY CLEANERS :

Mn.-Chas. E Elchenberger, Jr., Compton. Mn Johns, who for- Mr. and Mrs: Billy Fonyth of
daughter of Mr. and Mr, C, J. merly Made her home her. Is Miami 'were week-end guests of wish
Parman, suffered a broken col- visiting her sister, Mn. Adams. Mr. and Mrs..S.. j.. -Forsyth. to thank their customers for cooperation *

lar bone and fractures of her hand Mn. Baer and Walter Fred left in the.new .Cash and Carry Policy. Sum. !
returned to his
Thursday evening of last week Virgil Lyon was last week for Forth Pierce.
when the hone the waa riding home Monday from JamesArcherSmith business
r mer hours will be: :
lipped while coming out of thedriveway Hospital where he under-
on Epmore dr., Just went a tonslllectomy Saturday JAMES ARCHER SMITH 'I II
NEWS
north of the Parman home. She morning. HOSPITAL I Monday to Friday............8 to 6
was taken to the James Archer .

Smith Hospital for treatment and Misses Annabel and Theresa Mr and Mn. Archie Lee Bell I Saturday..............................8 to 1-
remained there until Saturday.The Redd, students at Florida South. ot Homestead are the parents of a
horn's injuries were not ser- era College are spending the son born Apr. 19.
ioui. sprinf holidays 'at the borne of Sgt and Mn. Errol Wynkoopare
-- their parents, Mr. and Mrs.. FredH. announcing the birth of a son W. W. Severy, Manager
Mr. and Mn. James Sottile, Sr. Redd. .1 on Apr. 18. Sgt Wynkoop: is stationed -
are'spending three weeks at the at the Homestead army air
Arlington Hotel >ln'Hot Springs, Miss Nine Dyal arrived Wednesday base.A t .
:.w Ark .' . from Stetadb Vnlveraity to son was born Apr..19 to Mr.
r spend the Easter holidays with her

Miss Bessie Hughes;; of ,Louisville parents, Mr-end Mrs. E..J. Dyal.

Kjr. is visiting her brother
la-law, and sister, Mr. sad' Mrs. Mrs.. Lee H. Lehman Is visiting

:It '!f)H.'E.Schaff.. ., ,.., .fSgt. ;.. her In.MUml.daughter. ,'Mlse' *.Helen. ,, Lehman' . ,. THE 2ND!! WAR LOAN DRIVE IS ONI "9;

and Mrs. Walter Krben, .
Jp a. B:-Mills,.former;employeeof
,
, trd.are the parents of I -son.:Sydney I ,
Walter, born 'Apr; 21. in' the Leader-Enterprise.who: I:. f
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James Archer Smith HospitaL making his home. In .Hulmerville!
I Pa., writes he has _
The baby weighed seven pounds. that been released -1
Mn. Erben who was Miss Anne from Temple Hospital In i
McConnell, has been visiting at' Philadelphia where he underwent
the home of her stepfather and further treatment for a leg Injuryhe '
mother Mr. and 'Mn. Raymond I received in a Miami automobile Come .
Insua. Sgt Erban, who Is stationed 'accident two yean ago. i on
at Camp Blanding is now In Ten.' ,
nessee on maneuvers.Mr. Mill Griffie Blair will leave
I this morning for a vacation .t

and Mn. Albert Ferris of her home in Calera, Ala..
Ravenna. 0., are announcing the' -
birth on Apr. 20 of an eight-pound I Mn. C. Moates was a guest for
several days this week of her son- lels'lllhis I
IOn Albert George Mn FerrisIs war
( the former Miss Elizabeth in-law and daughter, Mr' and
.
Mrs. Robert Glenn, Jr.
I Jlorne of Homestead.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Donaldson and
Mn H. McClellan of Washington family, formerly of Tavernier, are
p. cc the Jprmer Miss Lucille occupying the Harold Oxford rest
Turnage of Homestead Is a houseguest 'tienct: at 121 N. W. Fourth at. .

of her uncle and aunt 'Mr. _..._ ---- 01COIN
and Mrs. frank L. Skill.
FLORIDA
CITYB
. Mn Herbert Katz a surgical Warren fcrrr
: patient was In James Archer t' ...:" ..
Smith Hospital from Friday till .. ""
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i Earnest Neill J, H. Brooker .
Wednesday Roy Ntlll Lewis Brandenburgand '" ..

, S.: 'G. Woods 14-year-old high Moss Sever,left :Thursday for """ -- .
, school pupil, .II making his home Orlando where they will farm this

with Mr. and. Mn. B. M. Hind- summer. TF we should lose th.- lire :
j ust think Every extra bond buy will
man. Mn. Lloyd Delta attended theO JL be wonh living. you
i Johns E. S. class of instruction In kelp provide the weapon to save the lire
Mn. :wm. M. of Daytona Miami Monday. "But wt won't lose ltt m' I of.: American
Beach, and ''Mrs.' Fred C. Adams you many boys Isn't that alone

and two young sons of Miami were Mrs. G. L. Morris; Is employedat Listen brother-la this world worth every effort every economy you CIA
guests Apr. 15 of Mn Flora Tisdale's grocery
make You bet it 111!
sure, unless make It
you. 10. a
There are 7 types of U. S. Government
This month It'i up to us hero
do sad then securities to meet the needs of every pun
our part some,to
They offer the finest Investment in the world
'surer-sod quicker! To do it,

lend Uncle SaID 13 billion txtr liberal Interest,plus securities guaranteed
by Uncle Sam hmselAvoluoteerworkerforthe.
t r It Isa'c siy-but war Isn't J"j
:>> 2nd War Loan
tory isn't cheap. It takes money
Drive city .visit you soon. Welcome this
money-to buy planes hips, unselfish
patroit-and buy all the bond
and a million other things our
you CillO But dos wait for that call Go-
hare to deliver that final
out punch. today-to your bank, Investment dealer

broker post office or bond booth and investto

And it's a whale of a lot YOU uttermost limit. Even if It hurts, it's

home to lend our money thin for nothing compared to the agonizing Impact

to fight through the hardship of a bayonet thrust a flesh-tearing torpedo

of deserts, swamps Jungle l fragment era bone-crashing bullet.

tub-Infested least
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Paire Four HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday April 23. 194.1 M",

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ii OPA says that extra sugar for Pvts. Fred Shiner and John
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forthcoming through the local MEN on furlough from Camp Butntr, I 'I.
OUR IN SERVICE I'
ENTERPRISE boards again this year. Housewives ; N. C. Next week the troops there \ '!Ii

). r..a.L1 I la Hit may count on approximately .. will go on a five-day blvouc, UT-
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n. ; the same plan ai that In : ...... ....- __ Lag and sleeping in the wood l
....U.h.. rrO.fl .. HoMMMj. rt., effect last summer-on* pound of Pvt. Skiner wrote his mother ,h "
tr" tk* south Dwl PuMUkln.
fruit. Fiercest Smith younger brother, Pvt. Fran
Awarded
Army Fighter Roy
NEW AacliEagrows : No synthetic tires are In- sight cia Skiner has; been transferredto
aid Editor4Atuollii for civilian use before 144. .. I Tatoma Wash. from his for.
No poultry Is being rationed . All the planet In my sdiildroii, Roy Smith of Camp 'Blandlngwarmadi mer station at Camp Joseph Rob.ihson .
tiicfi AncniiluY Buy all you want.Your art P-47 Thunderbolts," .tletCjlI t lerg'ant last.we at in Aftaf" :. ,' -!
I must" tit" Jod; T. Plch< tihi.. station Camp Blandlng where h* 1* scryI' *
IZRREU DICkINSON ..................................... lit -"tover Field, Mass4., it- hisparents i'ing in the: reception center: He Matth'ew 4. 'Lowe who

( move W sawnsukacalrilow Dates Mr. and Mrs; T D. Piche had just 'returned from taking a from th wai "
graduated Maritime
With Uncle Sam of Homestead. "P-47's are powered group of ,18 met to a camp In i
Training School In Pensaeola ::
with 2,000 hop turbo-super- Utah and had been able to do recently
sitrwa .......... ..... .to.o. . ........ charged and letterreceived some has been spending I IB.
engine built to take sight-seeing according to i
4' L I* tea Cnntrl S toe I _.. ,. day furlough here at the horn of
+' mo. I Is SUGAR: Stamp 11 good for a dive at 880 miles an hour or to by his parents, Mr. and,
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Outo.11.. ot Did (.91011.le.a .1r.. II.M. five pounds through May 31. (climb quickly into the stratosphere Mrs. bexter Smith. j his stepfather knd mother Mr; t
and Mr. W. R. Anderson.Edward1 .
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J lam.11.00:1ra.$1.w6gnl.nd COFFEE: Stamp 26 good for -the fiercest fighting planeof .. .

I one pound through Apr. 23. the army air forces."I Lt. Richard Fuchs, U. S. N., Is
H Named clw Bill astl.r FUEL OIL: Coupon valid till work eight hours and have expected to arrive today from Tlsdol of Florida City ..
wa... Is a ."... .t left Tuesday for
24 hours off tt has been Blanding
two..slider fairly
Sept 30. Camp
Na.ewed. rk tbe set of for New York to. spend a furloughhere t
1111% 8. 1679. GASOLINE: A-coupon 6 good good Weather about a week, with his brother-in-law and
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for three gallons through July 21. but just to keep up the bad recordIt sister Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Redd. Pvt. Eugene f'. Brooks, ion of

SHOES: Stamp IT (In sugar snowed again last night. It Lt. Fuchs/ who has recently been Mr. and Mrs W. J. Brooks has
The Old Oak Tree book) good for one pair until looks like Winter again right in promoted from Junior grade to been transferred from Camp

June IS. the middle of April ,H senior grade, has Just returned Blandlng to Fort Leonard Wood,

l B> Annie Mayhew FltspstrlckIn Blue stamps lettered D E and 1'1 from active duty. I Mo. }

w this far southern land -a total of 48 points-may Sgt. Ted OldendorfIs * I /
} JWhll'e the used for the purchase of ( b'j Mrs. Fielding Ruff returned
royal palms stand
Made "Shellback""They Sgt. Eldred Deweeie, who has
Wednesday night from Key West
An old oak tree flung its branches processed foods through Apr recently returned from active ;
on high Red A, B, C and D. stamps val- where she wa* called by the 111.
have milk bars Instead service In Guadalcanal has arrived of bn husband
A little bird came and rang a id through Apr 30. I of ness Qu.rtt1'maIIoter 4
from San ri
Diego to spend
Jukes and they are not fooling "Red" Ruff U. S. N., who it
sung of rest --
furlough at the home of his moth.
about the milk writes under observation Irt th
Sgt. Ted now *
And that laid old a' tree'i twig of breast tnbs Upoh FRO1OUR MAIL BOX Oldendorf Trom Australia In a V- I er, Mrs. Oisl. Maney.Vannle1 a naval hospital. -

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Years' passed tway and today LET US RESOLVE prise Lee Harris and LtrnDnWllllamlj
they stand "The weather Is like Florida In enlistees with the Sea Am CONDITIONEDROLLER

.', A sight most majestic and grand Easter Is upon us, and the earth October We got a big kick out of: l Tuesday morning for SKATE ;F4:
i From its crown to it* base II bursting forth In new beauty a sign saying, 'Air 6d (9cf.)! Camp Standing l where they will

Like a gray robe of lace with a happiness that Is actually "Had a good trip over and was I undergo their physical examina IN COMFORT )
The Spanish felt.Even made a Shellback-after gettingmy tions. They will be worn in it
moss waves In the a thing 10 grim as the hair clipped. Jacksonville ahd expect to take .....>.. till to II" K M., JA.

breeze pasting by. war cannot extinguish the happy I I'I'I their basic framing at Camp ....... _, Ik, fh, tu ..

I hope when I'm dead, fact, coming down to u. anew I Sgt. Thomas Elbert West aerial Perry, Va.Howard. <
that
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Some kind word I've said thinner! telephoned. parents, I .
Will linger and grow In the heart the day many, years ago, wren Mr. and Mrs. G: A. 'West of this f ] B. eyth! 'of Goulds,
angel pointed to the empty
of a friend, city, that he plans to spend Easter who Is stationed It the air depot Skating Rink
tomb and said "H I" ,
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Weave a mantle as fair, round rIII moment; with relatives In' Montgomery training station n' Albuquerque,
the memory of You ponder a Ala He Is In training N. Mex., has been promoted from A. W. ITIk An, atUal
me. "What has Easter to do with ,the! key i'w. ,.. "t.. l
Ai the that Spanish old oak moss wove for title of this humbl paragraph?" st Field, private, ;lest class to corporal. ,

tree. ;It Is Just ,this: Many of you lots <. . _. . .-.. .- u __. ._ .
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I -- -- Ing parents, In an effort to- bring\ IJ'n:

II THE happiness to your children, unwittingly
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)E ,HOME m and suffering bring to complete helpless animals misery; I! Availai1 ...\.

FRONT: at this time of.the year.
We do not condemn ybu entire Sall "i'
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ly because rid\ doubt the thought :'i.
J The gigantic war bond drive to has; never eh to rtd your mind that

I rulM $11,000.000,000 In three those poor IttUt .11 l ye bundles; !
"weeks gut off to a good atari last baby chicks and ,bab> ducks that

week. And If there's anybodyleft you so readily buy for your children -, "
who doesn't know' Where this at Easter Urn Ire suffering
money goes here is the answer:I untold agony at the hands of the
05 cents of every dollar 1s slated chllden. The helpless "baby ani

for direct war costs. Only; four mal", for that Is just what It Is. ,
cents go to non-war government I with fear In its rnoldly. beatintearh'II '
': and the other .penny'repre.en'li ktowtymautttJ to treatl<<
the Interest ie receive unthinking, little ones.

I when we Invest in war bonds, The bid proverb holds good

'. ODT says trains will become I again' "As the twig 'Isl bents the

more crowded than ever. CPA tree Is Incllriefl.' Are vie not Inclining -
says auto travel U out. Extra rations the tree In thdWong- dlrectlbn -
of gas will be refused even when w* allow sufferingfor
for persons who want to travel pleasure? Probably most of
between summer home ahd work the darlings ore much too Dung

this year, to think land naturally It Is up
When eohsciehtlous obietori I to you to .do their thinking for
are drafted under selective service = I them. ,
they are put. to work. It U Thoughts like 8'tlon'Ins t lIIed- _

now announced that some are in the young mind bear fruit IH A 11 4
i being sent overseas for fatigue the Inter ?ore of lift!. If we 1 ilr
duty I In China. Back here, with would harvest the fruit' of loV $1 f1. s

work on farms ahd help I klhdness and consideration.for

sanitary and health projects our tester fellow creatures It Is
Streamlind overalls will soon never to early to start.

come out.Simplified. Let its resolve to start right
l war-model shoes art from the bntti1to make this a

being planned. happier LworW to live III, not only
I Horse meat U being broughlunder \ for ourselves I our friends and our

ceilings, In ess* anyone Is relatives, but Also for the humblest .

interested. o( Gods creatures. r:
r Extra kerosene+l rations will be If we do not buy these baby

I allowed persons wile do horne- lived M} practice will sobn\tfutt

canning PH.,QlH>\lfl\lnlJtO\TI.' WiU you helps- MARY. SUPPLY,- 'I. AVIS tJf BdlllJfJr PAINTSstill ;

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Q Nonce or IrrttflltbS\ foil : br APPLICATION rot I
TAX DRCn TAX PUP readily available and (6 milt
(...... II4IT-Art. mr IM.. rU i4TNNOTICK C,5 imr-ACM .t mi. riw .-.,.. .... eadef
IS HUKSY Give aNt J..,. NOTICE II IIEIIE.Y GIVEN that Y.,
n..._. koMw .. S:... sad Cxmlr Tot .1. I, BTOTUI ir. ...... of slaw 8,4
rWUfk.U H.. *M4 Wood MM .lk ANY of County Tu rinuinta M*. IIOM i..... the -
t J- A. !>. I.". hoe IM row taru an' Ilk .. ef I..". A. D. IHT ... IM ..a better hem f tilt
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t .f1Mr. sad bas wad far atax I. at ."iaw, and hall tadv aw. gar .
dwd 00 besolved ._. .... chlJ't a too deed to .. 10.04 sold.
s a. C..tile.00 .abse.w tht f. "'I.. dwells
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=r9' .- = Pe. .nty 1110 C..n1 .. D" Row . ._ .
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Floybi..w'" 11.t.. .. 17Laarlil. ....h to ('It_ Part; I t.. -
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Dm*. Suu > tmmtmnttfc. .1 as id 9n.ww1P node. IIMI HIM *l MMkt property sadw
MM. tMtUlHH* was I. the Mantle .01 act. MrllrtaiW low hi the .._ &ItJs. c
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lei. BrOoker Lumber
Jose v.... sold MftUtaM ..... .. ........4M I 11.... auto" _11Ira.. ...... W H.M...< a o.
arced-of lee.- Ml* SnvrrtV 40-Pilots '* fwarfHr dwrrill-
tfM*. will k. MM Mb. M W 1Ydw = .WW' M Ik* kkriMMM Hodes %
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y day ta the MM W JWMI, ISM, Wklrk kIk day .. w* KMMk .. JMM, ..... wklrkk II
TUI day J, Mk IMS. < Tlk day .f tt. INS.PU4 Homestedd M& Te'lohm l bill
1 Doled t1M Nth *... of *.... I***. pct rat day vt April. IS4S.t. 'iiiiiijif ) ,
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THERE, IS NO SECOND PLACE' IN A WAR-IT'S EITHER WIN OR LOSE!

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I' ....for your life arid yottr liberty \ \\ .. -
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I''| ',.U...>for or four you rdulrdl freedom-W"'rcht1ctrtn.Iftd your' 'future.., 'J Ytttiti hsvcevery dollar wasu except* to borrow whit you every need Wit for dollar the barest yo_* wt bed iwltfed for oyou

Aftf It's WINNER TAKE Alt Don't forget thatfor necessities ef IlkYou'll MMTb &661 Wt Siti.h f.

t 1 bdnute. have to give up some luxury or comfort which perfect uvinj...-=, "d'ri.4$4 breeati
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t.. The winner will dictsti whether tomorrow shah wts dear to your ham Yotftl have to postpone some .o the Bond n .:, Dede red tip-
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.'i' b i M ctetett ttf t fee world, or a helpless serf to ift t>)lt url which you had been Eagerly anticipating. datofmonthla. ich t ll rtcvivxi.
Mater race" .. But what of it? Iniwnfi 2.9% a 'ul.tO nr meander
Denomlntdoait '; |jod,
f' ili winner will Wine Whether shall live and Your toot and i brothers and husbands are Jybig out 1000,Rcdmnloat, 'dm* 60 dr aaer
f:, prosper under the Four Freedoms,.or you toil hopelessly In there III ighring your fight Surely It b no bcnficc to iM* dim Prim 1 Sri of manriiy nlimi
the darkness of a rNtw Order lend jour dollars while they are giving their lirel ThTmaq 10nl11 1t IIUe.1m coltaesrak

Thh wmier MIl Utciate. . because the winner They need your help. They need the weapons your marketable.ht.e Bond accepts Mi Idol to Investments as bank for iraH
k. money can buy. If one of die Vtir Lose Volunteer ctllt funds, Mtire lad Indlirldutli A epedd
take*alt feature provides bti they till,be redeemed v
on yoii..greet hint with Open pocket-book.Remember, .
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* Tha winner e..11:All you own,alt you hold dear. Jade Sam'i SOa I* 13 billion dollars la April of Hilifyiog, e.r nut Uiti.varpoM Dud

',** 'Th* winner ts being decided right now,. today... Doa't watt to ke asked. Gob your neiresI bank,Invetnnent April 15,1945i< 0i,due 11000 tu5lS,19, 15000 6', .llOOOO DnomInitioDtl -,
* Bill elt minute.\ ..on battlefield all over the world.Will dealer, broker, Post Office or tsmilhg agency 100,000 aid |IOOO.DOfe HidraiMliMt
s'l fat stand Idly by . .'or throw all your weight and lay your money on the line. Remember It* an /". Not ate par callable and tccntd tall June interest IS 1 on>64 any| the=
. i tra 'oar aider / ttitmiiU you're making; an Investment that pays A due M 4 month ootic Prices par sail e
steroid lonrnb
: The Welghk oif mighty1 Units and planes. The Weight good return and Insures a htppter future for you and
'', I loved ones. Otter Slcirtttit: Strlti "C* Tk* WAH.I
bftikot&andsbfguni and BuHjotis shells.The weight your s ... HCnl lacatesof Tress.
. '(rf btlUons of dollars.i J J billion which your country So yard up 10 the UmJr. 1"" / i.Vou .I airy Bond of )-;9U''VJ from
.. ...rose to lend during this Drive. '11 sleep better for it. Stfloai S.viaj. Bond Hoadi SWIM Scriti"G.""'1 United Sum

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I. MRS. BRANDENBURG RE-ELECTED HEADOF MRS. STEAD IS HONORED M1 S. WALTER WEISS INSTALLED HEAD ;
WITH FAREWELL PARTY
HOMESTEAD PARENT-TEACHER GROUPMrs. NEWLY COMBINED WOMAN'S CLUBS "
Mrs. Clara Stead was guest of: !
-- honor on Sunday afternoon at a ---

H. L. Brandenburg was re- Swing" were presented by the farewell party given at the homeof The Junior Woman's Club of tlona. A chicken dinner was served '1
Mr. and Mn. C. 1'. Waldron.Mrs. .
elected president of the Homestead first and second grade The third Stead who will leave today Homestead was formally merged I by Mrt. Adrian Jacobs and .
r Parent-Teacher Association at the grade gave German and English with the Woman' Club ot-Home Mrs. Buchanan. Others of the I
her home in
for Adrian Mich..
i annual meeting Wednesday afternoon dances, "Partner Come and Dance: with stead and officers for the year'committee In charge of arrange
was presented a lovely gift
l in the school gynasium With We." "Children' Polka" and by the Homestead Church of Godconreatlon. were Installed. at a dinner meetIng menu were Mr* Augustus
It Harried to serve with Mn. Bran "A-Huntlng We Will Co.' in the clubhouse Monday Wynn" Mrs. ,Burley Dendy, Mn,
denburg are: Mn. Olin Wright The fourth, fifth and sixth night The name of the senior organization T. J. Walker and Mrs. Weiss
Croup singing was enjoyed and
Mn. A. E. grade presented the Swedish A set of china
t first vice-president; was retained. was presentedto
the Rev. and Mrs. R. E.
Paul, second vice-president; Mn dance, "Custafs Skoal," and the Cecil Stuart presented Hastingsand a vocal Mrs. Walter Weiss was presented M.... J. 1'. Hammett retiring

C. J. Parman secretary; and Mn. American dances, "Pop Goes the selection. Cake and Ice cream the gavel as new president of president of the senior group, and
Jack Polk treasurer. Weasel," "Yankee Doodle" and were served. the organization; Mn. Henry two vanity lamps to Mrs. Wynn,

Tenative plans call for the Installation "How Do You Do." Others present were: '''Mr. and Ruegg was installed a* first vice- past president of the junior dub

of officers by Mrs. Wai- A Moravian dance "Csebogar, Mn. J. H. Dodson. Mr. and Mn. president; Mrs. F. M. Kent, Tentative plans were nude for
Beckham of 'Miami at the regular a Hungarian dance, 'a Spanish Henry Kufeldt.Me and Mrs. B. ond vice-president; Mn. E..ee'I' dance to be held in the club
I0.r .' waltz, a simple American square building the first
on and
May
meeting on C. Buchanan, recording secretary; thethird'
Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. B. 1', .
of dancing dance, and "Deep in the Heart of Saturdays- each
A rhythmic
program month.
King, 'Mr. and Mn. J. T Tomerlin Mrs. Jas. L. Bird, corresponding
j was presented by the physical education Texas," a dance of the Deep Mrs. Ceo. Lorton, Mr S. L. Dick secretary; P. J. Franklin, The dance on May 1 will be for

and mimic departmentsunder South, were presented, by mem- Inson; Miss Esther Kufeldt, Colleen treasurer; rsM .' Irene Shank- club members- and their guests,
the direction of Miss Marie ben of the junior and senior high Hastings, Walter Kufeldt, tin, auditor. Mrs. Clan, Stewart it was decided but later functions
Henslex and Mrs. W. B.""" 1111. school. Harvey Dodson Bennie Kufeldt, a Post president of the Woman's may be open to the public. Mn.
Miss Hilda Dodson assisted Mr. Miss Jackson' room won the Virginia. Walton Is chairman
JImmie Kufeldt, Eddie Kufeldt. Club of the Redlands. served ,a* "** of
attendance award, and
Mills as pianist. elementary arrangements.
officer.
installing
Waldron
amt Carl Lorton.CHEISTiAN .
Calvin
1 American action songs or singing Mrs Green Hive and Mia Allis Amaryllla and Quern" Anne' Present' besides those, mention. .
t, games, "Looby Lou," "Wash rerguson'J room. thi high school laCe were' combined with phlox ed :wereVMr H- K. Foulk. rMre.a'; '.
Our Clothe and "Swinging In aj award. PEACE and fern for the table decora- A. L. ''Cpmpbef Mrs. Geo. H.Fltzpatrlck .' .
IS W. 8. C. .. TOPIC Social and political'llpe of Mrs.: W3E>; D Ward, ;Mrs.' Oti .
MEN SLATED
Ii: OPEN HOUSE FOR SERVICE a Christian peace were discussedby REDLAND cum I Wright.'Mrs-Chrlg Petenen.Mra.I .

I FROM FOUR TILL SEVEN ON EASTER DAY Mn. O.' SeweH Palmer and PLANS SUFFER I Stuart. Will, Mn. Allen Neal, Mrs.
; Mn. B. M. Hind man at an allay The Woman' Club of the Red- O. Donaldson, Mrs. H. f). Cron.wall.Mrs. ._
-- meeting of the W. S. C. S. of ands at the April meeting heldIn E. B. McGarrsh. Mrs.

Open house for enlisted men ber of the Sacred Heart Church. the First Methodist Church of Its clubhouse Tuesday made T. E. SUdlg and Mrs. R. R. Kin-

.' will be held from 4 till 1 P. m. Cake cookie and home made,I Homestead Tuesday. The study of plans for a covered dish supper ard
,S punch were served by the host "Christian Foundations of to be held Tuesday 'May 4, at 6
pn Easter Day in the USO club- esses, Mrs Geo. C. Pedersen wa completed at this o'clock. Everyone Is invited to

I fiouse by members of the Dorcas F. C. Smith, Mrs. W. C. An hour of meditation peace"l I come to this supper, for which the j

Class of the First Baptist Church Mn. Ernest Campbell Mrs. MI'II'I I sic on the theme of the entrance fee is a covered.dish anda

of Homestead. A musical program 'Lynch :Mr. Vincent De directed by Mn. Casper small sum In cash.. .

t I and Following the Present were: the president, .
Mn. James Alexander I program brief business H. r7kfj
refreshments Esther Vernon The Rev Michael meetings were held by the I I Mn Seymour Dope, Mn. B. A. Wh.r O.r Yw -

Tomorrow evening the Wom J. Nixon and Chaplain Wm. three circles. Waldin' Mn. M. A. Baker, Mrs. ;
an's Club of Homestead will give Woods of the air base also were I W. D. Mahan Mrs. Frank Still '

I. a party for men from the air present. Approximately one hundred GIRL SCOUTSGO man, Mrs. Tho. S. Stark and /li

base. On Thursday, 'May 0. St. persons attended the dance. CAMPING ' Mr. A. ,L. Brannan. w

John's Episcopal Church wilt entertain I Mrs. Frederick Weber wa In I Mrs. Frank L. Skill, troop leader - -

I and on May 13, the American charge of arrangement for the and Mrs. H., (McClellan of The annual spring luncheon of
'r- Lesion.I party given Saturday evening i Washington D. C.* yesterday accompanied the South Dade Garden Club win

I Next Tuesday's dance will be by members of the Redland 12 members of the local be held Monday, May S, In the Ca Te tiff Show II
a speelal- atter-tlater affair with' Neighborhood Club. Grapefruit, Girl Scout troop to Snapper Florida City Community Church t's

j formal dress for the girls optional cookies and orange Juice were Creek where they will camp until Tentative plans are being made

I A Juke 'box will provide the music served, and dancing was enjoyedfor tomorrow. for a speaker.
i aa an orchestra I Is unobtain an hour later than usual

able. Hostesses were Mrs. W. W. Cunningham "

i Mn. R. N. Chafer wa In chargeof Mn. Leroy Sprankle i'"It's
the entertainment sponsored Mrs. W. O. Chase and 'Wn..W. E. THE

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.. CALVIN BIRTHDAY WALDROV ANNIVERSARY MARKS MMNMNNINNNN-M"NMMNNNN..MNNNM"N/The Calendar Jack Polk DIXIE DRUG 'Johnson Howard great to know

j Calvin Waldron celebrated his i ..
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Phone 30 and 1101Mitinu.e. "
3. tenth birthday anniversary on Apr. 24-Woman'* Club partyat gou're helping!
Saturday afternoon with a partyat USO clubhouse.
the home of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs C F, Waldron.A Apr. 28-'Meeting of Homestead "Sure, I know rat too young
Art Club In Red Cross rooms.Apr .
pink green and yellow birthday -
: cake was served, and Easter 26-Meeting of Sgt. Jack 'to carry a gun and be a Ranger

egg favors were at each place. Crane' clan in modeling In garage CAM NoMF of FER1 like brother Bill, but I'm

Guests were: Harvey Don on, building at II N. W. Second 0 helping all the same in every
ACQUAINT
Glenn Dickinson, Benny Kufeldt, at. : GET way I know how Dad told
Raymond Pierce, Kenneth Craves Apr. 28-Business meeting of NOME
and Philip Springer .irs. Way Homestead Home Demonstration k } 5 CARA me the other night about the

dnm was ansiated In entertainingby Club. sac PUFFS need for cutting down my

Mrs. John Barnes.' Apr. Presbyterian party' at poWVER local 'phone calls, He laid
USO clubhouse.
tour with that every telephone was
DEDICATION PLANS ARE May S-Spring luncheon of !' us pOAsso ad col i9c.aNr needed
j 10 badly by Uncle Sam
MADE FOR USO CLUBHOUSE South PoSe Garden Club. .. silk pckage keeps

Plans are being made for a for- May 3-Meeting of Homestead des.me Sell that every call I didn't make

mal dedication of the USO club BP.W.C with Mn. Clna Stew R'rtr them taoo t would help win the war.

house when current renovation art. ..'
"Gee, I didn't know
are completed Director W. E. D. my
May 4 Le.lon I Auxiliary
.
[Ward said yesterday luncheon and election of officers. CHERROSOTE calls would make any diference -

+; The floor has been laid and May Redlund Woman' Club SYRUP but they rare do. Dad
there remains roofing COUGH
some painting covered .
dish
cupper telephone line and
7eu29 lays
and electrical work to be .
done before- remodeling is com- May Meeting>> of Neighborhood .. metAL switchboard are so crowded
Club with Mrs. Frederick COLD TABLETS
pleted. Other new furniture I* Weber. now that every call t make,
expected to arrive to aid in transforming Don't lake chances with void.
flRi/ "SC be dead
May 6-St John' / 10'" to cure important.
the building Into attractive Episcopal diKomfort.' Get these rfcctire son '
recreational quarters for men Church party at USO clubhouse a Z"'iirhclpt now. "Mom and Dad and Si..
seer >a o ease n says ire
.t the air base. May A-Annual party of Presbyterian tel and the maid and the
Auxiliary at home of KKKCMICB TUB %!X3 ITPM FOB IMT/f AtDtl,JUWATIA
whole of kid in
Mrs. Carl F. Robinson. gang my
lA group from Homestead at- '
.. doIng
neighborhood now -
May 13- Legion .
tended a dinner party given by Auxiliary party
.Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schumacher at USO. a lot less telephoning.Believe .

cf South Miami Saturday eve- WORD ABOUT .OUR me 1 want brother

IIln,. Coven were laid for: Mr. i
Bill back home and if
cutting
and Mrs. Augustus Wynn, Mr. I PRESCRIPTION, SERVICE
Walker HOMESTEAD down on my'phone call
and Mrs. T. J. Mr. and jf.

>Irs, Barley Dendy, and Mrs. O. I FLORAL SHOP The Henlt Drug Stow (ml;proud eats will/ help bring him back. .

Dnnaldsnp of Homestead Mr. and prescription service U Is die most impoeriot It's lure okay with me.
Mrs. s. W. Smith of Hollywood
faa farnbb. depannml In ow store. Only capable (.J
"How about ? Will
"... Dorothy Souls and Mrs B. UetMcJ pkuoMdut,wing" parent of KillIBtnita you

Johnson of South Miami, and the Flowers for every eteaslea ......,CMlpoIIH your pmrrlpcnC. you help,too?I bet you will.* ,
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and bOlt .
trot ..,Tae sea tim let the Ktxsll Drag

Hearst t.. (, week 4amI Store serve ,.. Southern Sell Telephone

Women of the community are to ';:1' a, at.. Sundays
Invited. to attend the canning -- - and
except la ease .f fanerah. Telegraph Company
class which Mrs. W. D. Mahan ,
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.,i'conducts In the Redbad Woman' SIRS t.F. MfLEAN. ....... IUJCM"E 1N. ."U iTOKCrOsBClT.MMtaI.W. 1.r -. II

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1 witness, replied to Investigator

1 Mills' question: 'It your name SpecialTill : First insertion 104 a line; subsequent IntertioM

I Charles G-o-f!" with thequick 14 54a MM

"No it'. G-o-double!" '
answer, - :
Ooff again brought laughter from

the spectator when in his description I( FOR RENT PERSONALFREE

of the shooting he said,
> "Shot and glass 'from the windshield I May 1 FOR RENT-Small home, font If excess acid causes you

i of Ellis' car) began to fly, j I| furniture N. E. lift a\84 2nd palm of Stomach Ulcer, India

f and. I begin to move!" 1 at. Adam Ennis. (pa231 gestlon Heartburn, Belching

The consensus of Blotting Nausea, Gas Pains
eye-witness
t testimony, was that Underwood :ROOMS and apartment Reason. get free sample; UdR, at .
| able rite., hot water and ahow.I Brown's Pharmacy. (pjyB
and Ellll began to fire at each
en. Palms Hotel. Florida City.
j other almost simultaneously, that: To enable more'young'menand I WANTED

tUlii .ran. and that Underwood FOR SALE

$ continued to $sogt..at ,him while women to fit themselves ,I 1.'lADY'S 1.- WANTED: Negro girl for general

he in flight. . ..
wu .
I BICYCLE, In. perfect house work. Abe yard man

Services. for Ellis, .,who wouldthrove .. for the positions we are called I condition. '. 3S.; Phone 281-M-S '11.... M. A, Better, M4 N.
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bloel-'a616ids ()UI 'th' .aa'1 1 I. : '01441) 'ICrom Ait. (aUtO)

loafter'IQ t1eatl$!Were$1 c1'r1tN-l r ' on daily .to fill 'will.>< air.Y' '
we
u day.tterlloe "Gonda":Bapttat , . . FORO V-4 d. twig
!Church by-th pattdrt4he-Rev-. ' the tuition charges less'" the model S tires in exeUent''ftID. to' Freemont,. Ind. or Fort

it
., Cemetery In 'N aq' "wllh"' arrangements initial rsdio." 1390 cash. Ceo; FltzjUt- 12 or earlier. III.... N. O. Ball.

Irf'fAkrt'e'(I'nlle Turj cost, on a'limited number tick Naranja road. Phone 321M 13 N. E. 8th St., Homestead.

j ner Funeral HMne **"* "** -l., (mr.26-tf) Phone 564J. elft-tf)

It'd Mr; Etlil;. a'tla t tttE fly tfddld)! .. . of scholarships. :

Vll years ago;+1e.v,,:' 'hl"Wlte, COAT MILK for tale Phone WANTED TO BUY-8mIllII1'Ove.

'' Glad,., .thr'ee"'thtldretlr Jahn,! We have decided to do this .: .238-J evenings l house. Write Box 138, Prince-

'. Theresa and Joan; ''till mother'j (fall) ton. (pa30)

: Mn Della Ellis .bf contribution' I I
,three brother, J. H. Ellis Oa':1.of! as an extra on FOUNIT WANTED TO BUY-Green pigeon

'Tampa, Walton Ellis of'Jackson-1! : pen in the pod, mangos and all

f: ville, and Cpl. Hudson Ellis of I our part to the war effort. FOUND--Black and tan dog Mrs. other kinds of tropical pioduce.

Ft. Bennlng; and a titter, | H. H. Ewing, IS N. E. 8th St. S. Rosen 7 E. 133th St.. New

)>vy Allen of Statetboro, Mn'l Act now, for this offer'willnot : : (823)IN York City (pielS


1 FAT hem. J. R. Bevii. near Leffttore '
Prodigies :I again. : TUB ( IR( nT COIRT OP THE
One of our Washington appear 111.11E,'II JiniflAL (tIRHIT d8tf)
acquaintances '
IN AND FOR DARK fill STY.

public relations reports officer that an recently army I Ten placed last weekfivecalls STATE In OP kanrery rltRII TO trade '37 'i.ton! delivery IB.
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IN RI':, 'A"01.t1 OK tBRAtD WI- I dan lor l.ton stake body truck.
had a call from a girl In FI'H GROVE. s minor
the Office of War Information I I for more workers this :NOTICE Or INTENTION TO ADOPT I J. R. Devlt, near Lefts store.
NOTICE 18 II..ULIIGI.tN tint on (dUtf)
She anted a list of all
army oftflcen Monday May I. 1141. at *II> oclnck A. I I
19 yean of ago or leu 1 past Monday. M.. the unr.ll.nM, will .|>|.I> t c. one"
:"You tnenn- all ranks?" the at the Judges < ">.. uL.... .milled I\VANTFD-Uscd tread) sewing
army Court or >n .'rd"r suth'rlunu the iihp machine In excellent unmnit
I
man asked she considered this HOB <* GERALD JOKF1 GROVES, a I
condition. Call nt I.cade, Enter
for a spell and then laid brightly, minor two poor. if W.
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DATED 01 Murrh mil
the. :1 th day : pl'll'e. I metf)
i"No, Just the major generals.- 1110)\4. ... MCCARTHY I i
-The New Yorker. I Petitioner"
(Apr f, I. I*. tl M. till I( JUNK CARS WANTED
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Succeufnl ApproachThe : STANLEY BUSINESS{ COLLEGEMae NOTICE OF APPIICATIOH FOR I Howell & Son

young bride was entertainIng TAX ItrWI
.( IrlJ File A.Mil FOR SCRAP Iron. Highest
Chapter HIM-Act.
8 visitor to tea. Morris Kid?., N. Krome ,,\\'e. at 3rd St. NOTICE II HERESY (1IVKN that J..haCunter prices paid, with or without
'i&s "I cooked '\1Y.fjrst dinner list'rt holder ol Out and County Tax
Itrcs Phone 8-21S1 or bring to
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Certificate N. IIMI and lloun booed
night the corjlded, and it was! the Ird uay of June A. D 1110. has filed J019 NV 28th SI, Miami
5 a great .ucce..." II Mate In buy office. and ha made appllca-
W "Really! I'm to glad" Ii... for a u> deed. w ... Ward thereon i r.
murmur I
Raid Certificate embrace the following deI I
} ed the visitor I terlbcd. property In the founly of bade S. L. Kendrick
t "Yei,. my husband It going to Stab of Florida. to.w5 I i
la ............ If llvlni! Emma Fhlllw. Kroonla of Dodo Count Florida! Lot.. Black I. Powell lubdlvtalon. .
f. get me a cook right away, -Ex and. If married. her tpeuaa, wham Siva nU lub. PUt Bwb II Pw 71. In the Count JUSTICE or THE
unknown It Irrin.l lot Dad. state "' Florida aa embraced I* I PEACE:
nose/b
Lot I told i of KROMC AVENUE COrtlf..... 1'1.' .. IZOOS. Tk, auonment of,
: LP.GAL :NOTICESLO :: and If aay of the shares named Individnalt . ADDITION ....reI.... to the plattM.r.oP ,MM prapartr under the wM (:wnfflost.L.nrd Birth certificates' sad other ..oeum..nt. -
... claimIn racordrd In Plat Rank I ntIan was l I. the. nam. of Unknown
t dead all panic or perms I
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. TB. CIRCIITrox or THC .. Interest under said defend. 174 of ,'t..J.ulhllooft- of ,! Lot T. Block I, Powell lubdlvblonInk a acknowledged ana wit-
i. klEVINTI JUDICIAL CIRCI'It tnta, nr ....... of them dtcenoid or oth.arwlaa. Dada Conaty. Plat look II, Pan II In the County aetied.
IN AND FOR PADS COLNTT... Including his or her heir, deet- I I,tt II t of (.' Dade. RUM of Florida embraced In
A"a."a.'O"relr."k. BI. .
FLORIDA toot. iranteae. ipoutet nr other claim FI8KE :; to the {VrlKkaw No I1oo5. .Jhe..r. of I Odd Fellows ,
: IN CHANCERY anta under tuck pmon or pertont If plat thereof recorded In Pint Book i saw properly under CrrtlfKal.1bulled N. W. lot st. HODHI "' Fla.
Itle, into dead and all other unknown ....., de. I I II at Pan M of the Public Racordl was In the same of Unknown. ,
SUIT tO rOKrCIOXB TAX SALRl'ERTIPICATE5 U._ Mid cortlfk-alo. shall k. rrurrmtdaccording
f.nd.nu In this ..uaa. and .11 aantoanr of Dada County. Florida she I
: whrthrr na I" I. "i rala Lot. I. t. I. t and t In Block I to law. the praiiorty described' .
:L crrr OF HOMESTEAD a "Municipalcorpornllon : or = ,;. lnu-rritd : tie lands I II of DOWNER PALMS NO. I accord therein will ... said la the hl.hett' bidder S
If. of the lint ttHorUa. I I., tin Cot HtuM dent on MM fir. Mu"
I hereinafter .-.1...... or clalmlnt h'. Ire. to the plat thereof recorded la
Plaintiff, In the month at Juno IVI1. which laIhr
under the' dlwolvedtlont __ day
through
1 or Plat Book II at Pan 17 of the Public
about art forth rid landbeing ', Record of Dade County Florida 1th dan i.f Junr 1041 EXPERT
14'RUTH CARDINAL-A. widow, at tl, Da- !I tltuar. In the City of Hom..teed. County I . mini thU took Any IIf April. I....
\ tand.n"I I E. H IFATHKKMAN:
and flab of rkrUa and
PI' of Dldt Lot T. I and I of H A. CAMFR Clerk. 4 Circuit' C..urt.Italr '
IN THS NAME OF THSASTATS OF j mare particularly described nt fallowto ON ADDITION accordlna to the Cminir. 1-krUn BARBERING
FLORIDA, wit! Plat In Plat Book I Circuit Court .grailBy .
TO THE DFFFNDAWrtU Ruth C.rdl ,: Lou tt t>. it tl tt VI. it and. I 7 at Purr"II"t': the Public Roronla N. C. aTFRRETT O c. I IIApe.
nil, a widow/ K...." J. Carter. C. R. tl of MILLER: ADPITION ....." of ..... County Florida alto tl M Mar '. It. Hill,
M. Navy Armed Hihrt., Treniur. l.land i hI.ho plat thereof recorded la Lot I. I. I and 4 In Block I of I--- -- Haircut.. SOe
Baa Franclaco, California Erncat W. Book I at Pin 191 of the PIN HIRST ADDITION. according II I NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR
Carter: 'A. V, B. Dulley, Oln Pannliuc Record .of Pad County. 11..1 to the plat thereof recorded ,in Plat I 1 TAX Dim Shave._ .. ... _,__,-__ Uo
ton widow| tour., rannlnirton. n she Davit I Of 1'... 171 0' the Pube I chapter ITIir-Aria af lOll. rila A.1111
.fn." woman| Myrtle Pennants, a Lots U. 18. n. 30. II and to Records of 1Jo. County, Florida al60 NOTICE III HhRlBY GIVEN that Ann Shampoo (Plain) ..... Sic
llaila woman I R_.. M. Rooertt and WAL8RIDGE ADDITION. ..... I ONral' boMn erf Plate and County Tax
Janus Ro......., her kuabandl P 1, Roth. ta the plat thereof recorded III Plat Lot .II of L, C. BFIDIFR ADDITION Certificate No 11241 Weed Ih* in nay Shampoo (MedlctUd). ._ 75e
Jr. and. Edna Roth, bin artful J. C. Book I at 1'... 47 of the Public R.e.ado . arMnMni to .the plat thereofrecorded I of Juno, A. n. ID4II hat filed" same In I Siege ._____._ *5e
Rowan | Genevieve A. IJ utt. a single of Dado County. Florida! alto In Plat Bo, k I at Pan It 1 my office( and baa mad application forItal a I -
w<..iani Clara Swans, n single woman ; Lott I. 4 sod I In Block I of POR. of It. Public Records of Dodo Cog* / depot. to ba biiird thrraun. Said C.r- I Facial .? ..._'___ Me
FIlMbelli Downar Ckamb.rl.ln sad II VCNIR ADDITION. according. to the ly, Marmot tlaaLota "..... ...hr.... tile folk>wlnt nVwrlbrdnraprny .
B. Chambarlan. h.,. husband Guilford plat thereof recorded hi Book 4,pl and t 'In Black Iff of In tnt' County if Dada. state of I racial Pack __ '58
CoMtracUon Company. n De4ewnr oorporation H at Pan tl of the 'hltlolt.. TOWN HOMEaTEAD n ttibdltamo .lor//'.. lowlttLot
with Ita principal. plac. of h...- of Dade County Florida. also according to the' plat thereofrowdrd II. ......... IMtkbtn .of Lesions Combination Fatltl75e
Moa located In ....,... In Plat Book 4 at Pan II ...
North Carolina. Thy, HWnyn Park .uh.. Plat iHook
In Mrs of Kllllan Barwlck, 5a.. beer It II ..d II hi Black I of of the Public Records of Dada Coin.ty I. Page IH In the' Lounly. of Ten'o _ __._.___ lie
urtty Mntlcnal Hank Bulldlnir. Raleigh. FORVENIR ADDITION according . r'lor Ma; also Dada. state of Florida. I If le
Tram:
Uuslarhe __
r Woelk Carolina| Robert O ..._. and to the plat thereof recorded In Plat Lot II. II. 14 and II In Block t The aawwimt of aald pnvorly under .1J | __
Compnny, n corporation, with In ........ Book M nt Pan II of the Public of HARIER ADDITION.aecordlni to the red crrtlCbaU .na III the. name of I
Pal afflca In Durham, North Carolina. I lAs Records of Dodo County Florida I alto . the' plat thereof tecoidid. In Plat Ida J. Hurhoa drroaoid.Unka .
care of 1. C. Harmon, P. O Bon Bunk I nt Pan M of the p....,.. MM mnlflrata thall W rrfaniH I Inmordlnr BUSH'S
]1tII" Durham.. North Carolina.. Stock Let IS. It 40. 41. tt. 41. 44. 41..., Raoarda of Dade County. Florida I ..- J M lav red propnty d.enbd I I Ithrratn
.o .>.... 1IaoI1oo.... :,... .. Ohio and tt or HVtLLA ADDITION. aa. will ... aoU t. Iba .........t bidder I
Corporation with its principal off In keted cording tn the plat thereof raconMIn ..... II end. 14 In Block 1 of nt I h. Cwt Houaa dour .. t... next Don I tt. InHi
r fn i6 Commorclnl Bulldfnit. Pint Rook IS ., Pan 41 of she. ROYAL PALM .ADDITION. oMordlnn -. In fI.. month of J.... IN* Which. to | BarberShop
ann. Chut. Carolyn" A. Rnarha. ._.' Public Room of Dad C.....,.. Fife"liuT'Tl . to hS.-plal IkoMot recorded ra t r tH day of Juno. ItU I IlM4
.f th, nitnt Job. Benedict Plat Bock t ., Pan 47 of the Puhh Mia IHk nay of April I,MlK. .
......< J.- H. 1-ath.ra. n ,...."j II 14. II and. It la Block Record wf Dodo County Florida I H LEATHMIHAN. Bin
city
nee *f the firm nf Hunt and. JA, f i ., HIBISCUS PARK according tn ..., Clerk of circuit Cow, {, 0..
'%norncyt at law I Deferred '.,... the. plat thereof recorded la Plat The West barf of thr-Mnt halt of Dade Courts, FtorMn.Cll .
Plan. I.... n corporation whh he set-. I Book II .1 Pan II of the Public. .... outhwaat quarter nl l.. N..... I ( Court Octal. '
Ml Plant <* kualnaaa located In tile Bill Records ., Dodo County Flartdal east smelter nf noctlon To ,In. Tow ..T M. C. tTEMCT ft. C. 0 .
Jhilldln*. Bymruaa Now York I FrMa "... Ohio flfty-.ncn Couth Raw Thlrte- R. Hill a. widowl Grin atcurny and Lear II and It In Nock 4 af ROV.AL eight tntt. Canoeists 'o acres, I. )
Land. Company. a .dk.olved Florlo. PALM ADDITION. nccofdlra I* mar or kwa.
..,;norpnentlon. .and. bthar V.'C.ner-and tk> plat thereof recorded .m Inl YOU A III HEREBY ORKUtED ANI IKXME-btTING TIME
Reason W. Carter na .urvMnc Hook | ., Pnrt .l nf the Public, l' .. DIRECTED: .. file. pour .._"_ to
two an llutiwia wf the wrapcrtr .1'-:* post of Dodo County. F......... I ate the Platatirri billt Complaint M the f7Q y 'I you mean "to buy kit
'**M. -.... inrpwullini Imperial Han Lot 17 tn Work I af ROYAL PALM Rule Day '". Met D, It4... t wltMay '
;: M. 14.vtOsse"t 'e..p.nr. dissolved ADDITION, _i.. tt tK *ltthereof I. IM' In u.. ...11,.. ., the Clerk tI 1n yr :unto of Your Own, ,don t' te-
'wrldn oaraoraUon, sad H :. Leyena. raotrdid In Pint Rook I at' of tile Clre-rf/ Court. ,. and for Dada F lay. ReildentUd realty It rooftnir -
.. Co Levels, moll. .. lac........... ._ .. Pn*. I7 ., .... Publt. Rove do of Cawty Florid.! otherwn a doom pro' ( ,
atewm an M ehe of the Dade ('_"' Ftorina ale* aanfaaoa win ha ....... against ante 4 --dKrvancln(. Bargains still
tMw dM.lrsd t.ap.Mbs StyT. Lot I* n Block I of ROYAL PALM IT IS FURTHER OnDRPtJ tkal tkla'. '
ADDITION _tnor t* tn* plat order ., pnhllntkm. W mi o 'A. .Acmn. If Reline l S. L. ....... It fleeting niiriit In Pk*, Rock I at work ft* four __*. tii.fca nt (MH..wbd .
Y.Ins t flonry. f. .MM mead. Flar.ni C Pap If -*/ th* PnbU' Rimli nf Loader and Bnanrprkwnl the market or out of reach. In
: .Mom, *ill wtfa. It tr.ln T a FMda.Metnfi Dale Cco.ty Flair ana i wpnp c. pinlHanii It lIMo County ill' Thrift and wlt-
.. llIo probability.
thy H. ntU-r Urlntl FreJtnrtae Lot II, tl mod. ID W TOWBRt F1-Nd. 1 s
...1.- ADDITION ncnortlne to the plat dom both uy "Phone Soling,
hh wife, 1t-1W.e. marrlot. wnca.J doctors rannrded In DONS: AND/ ORDERED ebb IM day ..I
came h __ tt Holes W, .>nn IIIof ;rim \\I' Merely A. D. It4.. .. ....1, Florid I JfOWf
. Labor and. _. "- :., Lolny.a. Dada c.u.... Klorhtal a&a t LEATHERMAK. ,
wire. U k* W mould boar glen l.t A. Block I* of TATVMI Clerk of Chrali Court. fa I
:7:461 uh. _.. If Uric,! I. H. Flop UDt.EDALH ADDITION. nrcordmarM 'aad for Dada : .. ......... '
Fin..,. hk arifa. whom the plat thereof ri..ra> t In Plat (Circuit Cvarl te.li i, EDWARD STILING
ttvn memo It .nnknown If IMnci Oorar Slash d *t Pnn Mi ly L. a WOODARD I
I. nrna .... .Finis Lank ...... hk Resale. .ft ta Connay. ttil.ede"| nk Doorstop An/ant low American AIII_
oNe. If Umnwi Jotoph V, Power ..r.f . '. '" IRA C. HATCOCK. C""I 1_ c.. u.u..
-- Peular% his .If.. tt j.f t V. 1406 Canonical owe 14l
W b* wiankjd. wkoaa jimin memo IttmkMwn. l rfr'.a"iwD", II. ntordliMltnctmr Ph.. ttl-J Finds City, ill
If helmet Laura C. Row., and. pml-slarlefoommordoevo Plat Mourne: : ;: f1.0 eV. .

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