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: August 13, 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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Volume ID: VID00607
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Crash Toll M"ounts 24,500, ACRES MAY REQUIRE



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: Song of Composer at Homestead Field SEASON! STEFFANI SAYS

FIRST FATAL To Be Sung on Radio. Program for OTUThe LAST

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; popular new song "Mechsof I Patrolman la Wounded Establishment of perhaps, four "

CRACK-UP FOR ; the Air Corps," written by By Accidental Shot "tent cities," similar to the two

Cept. Robert Crawford, compos Set up last season In H>mleaiT
er of,the "Army Air Corps Song" R. t.. Worley, Homestead patrolman and In Goulds, will make partial
received a ballet woundIn
LOCAL FIELDThe who I* stationed In Homestead provision for housing the Ba v
the right leg when a small
a* director of the Second OTU double-barreled Derringer owned ham field hands who will bo iJ

ground school will be broadcastat by Patrolman Bill Newton WM needed by Dade County farmer

death Wednesday of Bar014 7 p. m. Wednesday", Aug. It accidentally discharged at Dlck'i to cultivate their winter crop,
Barbecue the night i. Volfe
airplane Fred
Zercher clviUaj -, over WIOD when Warll'II'llPennlylvnlana '
The pistol, pulled from Newton'spocket said yesterday.
Inspector at Homestead will dedicate their I Ii
he withdrew !hit hand.
ii i Although estimates compiled by 4
Field, brought to four the .IIl1m-i i"Victory tunes" program to the kerchief, was discharged when It Steffanl'i office show the pros.
'"- bet of casualties resulting from I I Operational Training Unit I truck the floor I ,,
pective: planting of 24,500 acres,
,
the flaming crash of an army Sat Homestead Field, It Is announced ,
Mr. 'Worley received treatmentat
or 5,300 acres more than last
I' .
', cargo plane at T;58 p. rn. Sunday l>y the Second OTU Stn.ASeer.r. James Archer Smith Hospital .
I year and a need of 7,717 worker
.
*i.j/at' the Jlelct.l * ..." ;J
broadcast'include e w" atld'}gas dla.rr.t the followingAn above normal' requirements, ,
a lived-at 852 N. W. 27th ate In]I. The nationwide \mI" daprn!Ja.W- #.-At..... ..""A45isya farmer tllrttfnue'O"be* low In
Miami, died at 3:15: a. m. Wed. a short explanation of the
nesday in the base hospital.Also |:function of the OTU and the Air 1 applying for labor and In providing -.
< 15-22 Proclaimed acceptable housing accommodations
killed In the first fatal|Transport Command, and will ; i
he said,
crash to take place at the field In.feature tongs chosen by vote of Bottle Round-up Week 'The Homestead "tent city"Continued
its 11 month of operation were the officer and the men of the
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three army men. The fifth man,]unit. Other song to be broadcast .'RED WARINGBAPTISTS At i war conservation measure on
a civilian worker at the base and,are: "I Never Mention Your August 1J-22 hat been proclaimedby
the only survivor suffered minor;Name," "Johnny Zero," and fcNow I Cov Spesaard I* Holland as DRIVER
injuries when he" parachuted to the Day I* Over" j CALL "Florida Bottle Round-Up Week FOUND
safety a* the plane developed engine -) during which time persons are
trouble, burst into flames Students' Loan Fund .j' asked to make a special effort to FREE OF BLAMEIN
REV.CRANTFORI
'and crashed after eight minutes I I return bottles to the placet from
Available at Southern
in the air. I j which they were obtained.

The army dead arc* AS PASTOR HERE! + The ,overllor'. proclamation DUKE DEATHJohn i.
Capt. Hewett F. Mitchell ofj I Homestead college students may states:
Fresno, Cal. 35, pilot of the participate in a new ",000 revolving "
Continued Tour loan fund, It via announced "Whereas the conservation of
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Duke 54, of Homestead
,
today by the Rev. O. The Rev. L. B Crantford, pastor -' returnable bottles, like the conservation Duffy '
of all other came to his death, through
Sewell Palmer, pastor of the First of East Lake Baptist Church I material
Homestead, these days 11 of vital Importanceto an unavoidable accident on, East
Methodist Church of
WAACS BECOME In Chattanooga, has accepted the I .
rd. after midnight
Campbell shortly
,
one and
following receipt of a letter from pastorate of the First Baptist every
Dr. Ludd M. Spivey, president of Church of Homestead, and he and ."Wnerea millions of these : .on Aug 8 when he wan
struck taxicab driven
by a by
WACS AT LOCAL j Florida Southern College Mrs. Crantford will come here empty returnable bottles are Jimmy Maklrn, driver for the
"A good triend of Florida Oct. 1 to make their home known to be in home, garage, :Homestead Cab Service. Such
I Southern has given us $3,000 to business placet and industrial
ARMYAIRFIELD' Mr Crantford preached here was the finding of the coroner's
be loaned to worthy and needy plants, and"Whereas
twice on Sunday and at a meet. Jury which met Friday night In
students" Dr. Eplvey's letter tag of the board of directors after the return of these :the court of Judge Sid 1., Ken-
Thirty-four WAACs at Homestead stated, adding. "It we need more I the evening service he was given Idle bottle which can be tterl. ,drkk.
Field became WACs when he will be glad to add $2,000 to a unanimous invitation to take hued tor civilian re-use would Funeral services for Mr. Duke,
they were sworn Into the United bring It up to the $5,000 mark." charge of the work here. permit the glass Industry to use I l farmhand who lived one mile
States Army at induction services Mr. Palmer say he understand Mr. Craatford tot beea at the even more of its facilities for the ,east Homestead, were conducted -
conducted Wednesday afternoon by from Dr. Sptveyl letter that I Chattanooga church for the past manufacture of glass containerfor I by the Rev Marvin T Murphy
the commanding offices of the qualified.students may borrow up 11 yean during which time the food and other Items requiredby patter of Homestead Presbyterian PA
air base, Col. Wm. L. Plummer. to two third of their| financial membership paid off a $5,000 debt the armed forces. at home and] I Church at 1 o'clock Wednesday
During the ceremony, an honorary need and repay the bail and constructed a $40,000 church abroad !I I afternoon at are graveside In
guard was formed by an the out of their earning after they building. "Now, therefore I,'Spe anf L. 1 Palm Cemetery In Narenja. He I* ;
squadron stationed at the base. ftafsti 'tdIooI.fuD Before fee went to Chattanoogahe (Continued on Page Tout) I survived by M known relatives. ,t,
Of the 38 WAAC stationed at Information regarding the was pastor of the Edgewood!
the local field, only four chose loan may be received from ).( Baptist church In Atlanta for 10
not to become a part of the regular Palmer w Trota the colllleg'at years and before that served to Tomorrow Army Truck Will Collect
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army. akeland. Phoenix. Ala, and in Rlchland,
Furnishings Donated to Rooms
Ca. sot the past six year ne Day

War in New Guinea Fox Holes Told :has been heard regularly over .
Station WAPO In Chattanooga' I The deadline for contributing; of the Princeton Casualty Station.

Redland Lions by Wounded Veteran Mr*. Crantford also is active sorely needed furnishing for dayrooms Mrs. Weiss and Mrs. Fontainemay
i in church work They have two 1, be )
notified
by telephone
,sons, one married and one In Homestead! Field 1* tomorrow -
where the truck can pick up donated
Cpl. Wilks C. Morton given a royal welcome by the I service when an army truck wilt chair, tables, lamps, and
Air Forces veteran of the South I Australians who took them "Into pick up the articles R. O. Burks, other article needed.
Pacific campaign summed up for their heart and homes." Within :Dr. West Will Preach Red Cros field director said '
the Redland District Lions' Club the month, his fighter plan group For Baptists Sunday I tenI.,.. 7"-1' THE WEATHER

Tuesday a vivid story of his went Into combat In'the Darwin Request for the _............. ..\100 .............
experiences Ii tricky Jungle war., area where young pBota, with but bra Allen West pastor of Wood- for day room for the 471st 11..1...* -. __-. Irk m. ,

tar. The only son ot Mr. Mod a nrinkBBto of training shot down 1 moat Baptist Church .. Nash- vice Squadron, the Mth Transport Dale *ft. Mnv' Bass Bate tAug.
Pius W. C Norton I* to at lute 11 Jap piauM I* the arIA tew ly 1 viDe, Tenn. Via'frtach Sunday Squadron send the WACs Mt I
OB fe convalescent furlough before of fighting without the toe of an ,the First Baptist Church of being handled by. the camp and b J *H 87 ISO.07| 0.11
reporting ok Aug. 21 tat limitedservice American plane. In seven ..HOIIIItMcI. Hospital fftsrvlc Council of theAmerican Aug. 0 J M M J30.05I 0.00Aut. 14
at Santa ,An. CaL month at Darwin, hit uaOroa Mr. and Mr! *. West 'and their Red Cross In cooperation 7 .J M l r IT (110.110I) a4'i
CpL Morton...? aboard the accounted for 09 Jap plane with ,daughter Janet, will arrive tomorrow with Mayor Tom Harris Mrs.i Aug. t J H I U |2...,r 0.4' )
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JMconroyvifle* Pearl Barter to the ION kt only 17 of there own.! for visit at the home of Warier Weiss, president <* the Aug. I ...1 M f 07 /tam p
reach the viand down under", When the outfit %as trans- .Dr. West' parents Hr, and Mrs.J. .I Woman's Club of Homestead,'and Aug. 10 1M ) .7 |2... 1OJ9_ J
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Pare_Two HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE August 13, 19-


'. : . I "- '*1' .. Joe Piche Wins Wings, 1 Harvey Rue older ton of Mr. CHANDLER L IN'
'and Mrs. Frank Rue, left Tuesdayfor ,
Home FurloughLt.
OUR MEN IN ,SERVICE on Camp Blending for InductionInto
the army. Mr Rue wa ca- SEEK SHOW-DOWJI\
Joseph 1. Piche, who wasj det-lieutenant In the artillery of
..., W J" ...jj KJ KJmFM. graduated July 27 with a ace. the R. O. T. C. at the Universityof
ond lientenant' commission from Florida where he finished four-' ONAGCEILIN

Edsel Heinlein Wins CommendationFor the Army: Air Force Advanced yean of work In June.
Flying School at Luke Field, e e .
Arlx, has been pending fur. Luther L, Chandler, Gou
Gunnery First Ship to Sicily a Pfc. Harry Bowen, younger son i
on
lough here at the home of his par of Mr. and Mr*. D. L. Bowen, wa grower, and J:. W "Pete LI i
-- ents. Mr. and Mrs. T D Plche graduated on Aug 3 a* an aerial of Kendall have been named 1 r
for the part he played In the'I has two plane to It* credit. Lt Pche| attended Homestead gunner at Lowry Field, Col, and the Florid Vegetable Commit ron
Sicilian Invasion, Edstl Heinlein i "All In all our M}mjsslon was a School and wa graduated from 1* hoping to be Included In a contingent a committee to go to Washln ..
son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman:I grand and comple: ;,!,cceu': . Miami Technical High School before that will be transferred to ton to seek a showdown on veg*.
Heinlein won a letter of com.I and I was to ije a memberof enlisting.In the.army.; I Fort Myers. table price ceilings. Other ea
mendatlon from the captain of his, our little par,; the expenseof eSGT I e the fireman committee are Glean
Pat
hip which landed the first American the Axis. T., / ANGELINA HONOREDA Pvt Clyde Tull who I* stationed 1 Grime of Palmetto Wra L. W.

soldier to set foot on Sicily., Mr. Heinlein participated also farewell party at'Miami In Louisiana returned to son of Jacksonville and Loring1

Mr. Heinlein, fire controlman second .: In the,Jnvaslon of Casablann. His Beach was given Sunday by Mrs. camp Sunday after a ten-day: fur- Raoul of Sarasota. II'(|
class with the V. S. Navy, brother, Pvt Richard..Heinlein, Is E. R. Tlsdale In honor of Sgt W. l9Ugh spent with hit parents Mr. Spokesmen for the :
vivid description of the ; G. K. Tull of Florida which represent 200,000 acres
gave a stationed in N. ,Africa and although Angelina, who left on Monday for and Mrs.
action in recent letter to his parents his City. producing land, assert that Fief
unable -fa see each station at Camp White, Ore. ,
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and to his wife the former Ida vegetable growers are seeking
othe# they vest messages Other guest were: Mr. and Mr*"
Mill Clara Sayer I thrtmgh Had,,Cross officials who Win. Angelina and daughter, Lll.:I Forrest Burk, navy V-12 student only a living wage, but that,,"14
The letter from hit captain' at the University of Miami, confusion In Washington
I revealed4tt Richard had participated liar, Mr. and Mr*. W. U Tlsdale, demands
read: spent Sunday with his parent, that we bankrupt ourselves
in four major battle I Miss Rose Everage, Miss Mary : end
"A your commanding officer, s Rose, and: Oscar Clonlner.I I Mr. and Mr, H. Heinlein."So sacrifice the labor 'of a lit. *,
during the amphibious assault on I I W! time. ," 't
the beaches east of ScoglitU. SI. CplT 'Morton VeteranOf St. Clbert i West, younger ion I, you met Marion today?" .................................M]

cily, during the period t-12, July 183 Jap A1to Raids I of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Weit I "Yes I hadn't teen her for ten CARPENTERS'
1943. I take great pleasure and .- arrived unexpectedly Sunday ona ;year" No. US
pride In commending you for your Veteran of 183.air raid4 In New 19-day furlough from his base ;' Has she kept her girlish Jig. MEETS FIRST AND LOc\l
meritorious service In the con- Guinea and of action for whichhe at Key Field, Mis, where he has ,I ure?" THURSDAYS I :
trol and repair of this ship's gun.I was awarded the Purple Heart, completed his basic training in'1 "Kept, If? She' doubled it!" Legion Hall .. Kromt,

"Your constant vigilance for all Cpl. Wllks C. Morton, ton of Mr the armored division. -Ex. ....................................
approaching aircraft, the fore and Mr*. W. C Morton of Homestead -
banded manner in which you kept 1* on a 30-day furlough
the guns alerted and your rigid here before reporting on Aug. 25 i
control of gun fire until such aircraft to Santa Ana Cal, for limited
wen Identified a* friendlyor service, tt
enemy, contributed vitally to At his New Guinea" T base, the Stokes Certified t
the safety of this ship during the telephone was at the head of his

unloading operations During emergencies bed, CpL Morton said, and al.
your response was at all though he slept soundly through
Tomato Seed
tunes prompt and efficient so that routine calls, he never failed e Rutgers
gun which Jammed or mis-fired spring to the alert at the sound .
and phone which were in need ing of the five rings which her. .
of repair were put back into aided an air raid The nativesare
commission In the quickest possible kind and are "the best friends Just ReceivedWe '

time. the American soldier ever had,"
"I feel that your contribution to he said "Jap soldier sometimes
the success of our mission was sneaked Into our camp at night reopened on Aug. 1 for our 8th consecutive season. Now j
one of very great Importance ando *
may Justly be proud of It. seeking food. . as in the past, we will sincerely appreciate your business.. a

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ADVANCED .
In his letters Mr. Heinlein told War conditions have made items unobtainable '
First Lt. Robert Vrana ha* been many ; never ;
of his ship' overcoming extreme.

]y stormy weather to land the first his appointed poet In regimental England after adjutapt a period at theless, indications, are.that we will be able'to supply most of
American soldier "to step foot on .
of service ai battalion adjutant
Sicilian soil." the essential items.Grantham
His brother CpL Louis Vrana, I ,
He described: "a beaulful sight
ha been transferred from Arizona i
a* the navy and paratroops In
desert to
Camp
unison lit up their beaches by Forest Tenn.maneuver J .
explosions of shells and Installations -
e e *
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Pvt. Howard Mill, ton of Mr. Seed Store
The ship fought off countless
and Mr. P. A. Mill of Naranja,
attack from enemy aircraft, he
I I has been IU In the base hospital at ?
wrote, which culminated on the
Camp Shelby. Miss. Mrs. Mill, W. E. WATKINS Mgr.'
last night In an all-out offensive
the former Mill Ozelle Klrtman '
which "broke loose with Care I ,HOMESTEAD FLA.. PHONE: tt
lighting the sky overhead and of Key West and their Infant son,
Howard, Jr., :who have been via,
placing* In silhouette. A few
Ring him for the past month, returned *
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minute later the
enemy: came.A .'
to Key West this week. I
peculiar sensation It I* to hear
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the droning roar of unseen planet
dropping lower and lower to loose I
their missives of death. We were
standing grimly by, waiting for
their crashing burst and hoping
and praying that we might ace
them and spoil their little party REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZERS :

"Ai It all cleared: away: the enemy
was seven plane lest, and our
losses a minimum. Our ship

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of deepest grief, of anguished .
bewilderment We respond with do best to 'what .
human understanding profess r _' our. supply as near possible

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bgust 13, 1943 AND ENTERPRISE Pace ThrwIn '

I L (L, Anderson purchased the
Station Operating Room PersonnelCommended
I Becker lime grove on Caves ave I
,last week. for Work in "Disaster"The

and Ground I
Miss Rose Everage will leave ,
I today. for Montgomery, Ala., efficiency of operatingroom 'New Volunteers Sought
where she will visit her mother, personnel In )
To Turn out Dressings
Homestead weeks.Mrs. W. F. Xverage for a few ergencles" lufyetk In ths'Jrrl. : -

cane drill of Homestead Casualty II Volunteers for the making .fj

Fred Henn has recovered from Station won warm commendation"j surgical dressings are being
from Mra. J. E. Gauzens. who It
Preston B. Bird left Saturday. to Mrs T. P. Edmonds returned his recent illness. serving at captain during the ab 'sought by Mrs. Ceo W. Turner,
)Join Mrs. Bird and their son. Dav last week from an extended vial senor of Mrs. Frank Skill. : acting chairman of the HomesteadRed
|U Lester, In. WayneevtUe, N. c.. in Dubuque and In Omaha where Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Cogglns M.... W A. J. (CPP It In chargeof Cross work room which Is
and Charles, have returned i
Where they are on vacation. her daughter Miss Marion Ed.' son the miniature hospital which open daily except Saturday and-
I
moo, entered I training course for from a short visit with relativesIn has been equipped by. the Dad Sundays. The hours are from f
fMr.. O. B. Parker fracture* nurses at St. Joseph's Hospital Ceorgis.Mra. County. Defense Council for per to S o'clock anl on Tuesday and

:Moro ribs Tuesday. night when she 'FrtU: Schroeder wu. forming minor operations, and her Thursday evenings, from ':It ter
Hipped and fell at her home on Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Bola of assistants are L L Field. eo-cap- 10 o'clock.
week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs.
# H. Krome ave. where aha Itonflnd the'Netherlands East Indies were J. L. Arnold of Hobe Sound. taln of the station, Mrs. Field and Women are urged by Mra. Turner
while recovering. week-end guest M Mr, and Mrs. While there she Visited her Mrs. T. E. Kirby..Twentyone\ to volunteer for work event
t they can give only an hour or ae
:Howard Johnson and Mr. .and brother A. L Wood of Canal persons attended
.,...if Orlando Wollam left yesterday. Mrs. Adrian Jacobs. Point. the meeting Wednesday night jat I a- time. Many regular workers
to spend three weeks with his and participated In the'' disaster are away on vacation she said,
tncle and aunt, Mr. and Mra. J. J. Mrs. W. H. Russell returned on drill I and the room should keep up tta
,iJEhrensperger in CulUnan,, Ala. Wednesday from a visit with her JAMES ARCHER SMITH Dr. Carl F. Robinson, supervisor I production quota. L
.-' sisters, Mrs. Lee Bunkley., In HOSPITAL NEWS of Division One will resume his 1 -- - -- -- - -- -
n Mrs. 'c. i. Parman and her Brunswick.., and Mrs. M. L.Hill review O: the Red Cross First Aid Dr. Leonard W. HuklfMhtae
daughter Miss Ariel will leave In Klngttand, Ga. manual It 'the next meeting. .
,
Mrs.Leonsrd McGarrah under. j -.. *. >* -miH Mmnmiie ,
Monday to visit relatives In Chi- went an operation yesterday. at M4 14-es"''IM d
ago and Toledo, O. and Mrs. Pfc. and Mrs. Howard Ward.I James Archer Smith Hospital.The during the summer and 50 cents ]I ja GLASjSESMr.
farman's son-in-law and daughter rip of Gulport, Miss., and their Rev. O. Sewell Palmer, week after school starts. ,
and John In Final registrations will b,'accepted i N' a. R'rim .... ...... ...
Mr. Mrs. Frey Infant daughter, Sarah Estelle,i medical patient, was discharged ........ ... a.+w..dres..ws
Norwalk. O. are guests of Mrs. Wardrip't par. Sunday: next, Friday and Satur. I -
1 ents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L.' Others released this week were day. I
Robert P. Marsh returned last Fletcher. They will return Sun. Mrs. Bond Bitting and her Infant
,Meek from" Puerto Rico where heJfcai day. to Pfc. Wardrip's station son, Mrs. Geo. Hay. and Mrs. Margaret *
been employed. where he Is serving with the mill. ; Brown of Coral Gables.
j V''I tar) police. Mrs. Wardrip, )he Claudia Campbell of Homesteadand inessnhcrnl
MIll Margaret Berger, star former Miss Vera Fletcher, Fiends Albury of Rock Harbor -
"jltcher on the AlUAmerlcan Girls aught for a brief time at Homestead underwent tonslllectomlet this
ottball League, Is under treat- High School before marriage week. .
ent of a South Bend, Ind., spec Mrs. Homer Jenkins of Prince.
list for an eye Injury caused by -- ton is a medical patient.:
from the ball field. Herman Byars 11..'* job In the j
I iwt fire department at Homestead
and Mrs. W. E. D. Ward will Field. REGISTRATIONSFOR ri

n turn on Monday from Mon- ..." -- :
'reat, N. C, where they attended CHILD CARE
the Southern Y. M. C. A. secre- FLORIDA CITY
rlei' conference.Mrs. By Warrens Setvry 000MATE
ARE CONTINUED;
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John P. Allen, whose bus-
4 and Is serving as radioman with Mrs. Roy Chandler and sons,
41/he navy In the Paclfto war tone Jackie and Edward visited Mrs Registrations are being contin*)
:Arrived Wednesday. afternoon Chandler's mother, Mrs. E. Ma. ued today for the federally sponsored
,dram|! Corpus ChrUtl..''Tex., to rohri. IrPlTIeta, several'days' last II t child care centers planned I I
",aka her home with Mr. and week. Jackie and Edward remained for Homestead and Princeton. k +t
|Mrs. J. R. Pope. Mrs. Pope Is a to visit for a few weeks, Working mothers and those plan
Water of Mr. Allen, who was tta. but the other Chandler children, !nlng to work during the winter,
". .Cloned for two years at the Opai Jimmie and Genevieve, who have I are urged to enroll their children !II
*, >cks Naval Station before being been visiting there returned with now to assure the establishment I I
; transferred, to Corpus Chrlstl. their mother. I of the centers before the butylseason
-' % begins.
'( Mrs. Augustus Wynn and her Mrs. L.: DeMlllo of New Port I Registrations will 'be accepted
other, Mrs. S. W. Smith left recently Riche) arrived Friday. for an extended from Ito S o'clock this afternoon I
to spend a month visiting visit with her son and .at the city. hall and the Red Cross
elativet In Athens Ala., and sughter-lri-law, Mr and Mrs. ,sewing room In Homestead and
Jfsihvllle. During his mother's John DeMlllo. at the same hours at the Princeton
absence, Brian Wynn Is staying Casualty Station. A minimum I
r$ it the home of his maternal Mrs. Blanche Chapman was a ,I,enrollmen of 15 children Is required
,.randparenta Mr. and Mrs. J. O. week-end guest of her daughter, for establishment 01))
WTlln. Mn. H. Vann of Miami. the nursery. school which will caret)
-' for,children from two to six years, MaTma
Miss Mary Louise Kendrick of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Myers. and of age six days a week at a cost
{ 7\ Lauderdale Is I guest at the Mrt. Jas. M. Dobbin were Sunday;! of $3, and the day. care center
home of Mr, and ,Mri. J. Lee guests of Miss Bonnie Myers in which will supervise the seven to
[(Smith. Miami.. : I fourteen year group for $1 a week Nr.a
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J. D. Posey. of Rochelle, Ga., Is g
plaiting at the homes of Mr and . .
I Mrs. P. M. Posey and Mr. and !. l-slai stal.* *..*. I)
[Mrs.'J. F. Rhodes. He Is the fa. Give him a break rn m T 0 *m+* .. *+m.m. i I
|they of Mrs. Rhodes and Mr. N Fee low ona1Mde snow" ,:
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returned Frl- .. -"" a.L..r.M+r aw ass.w d Mad "No.a.rr ssore.e w. sasspons..road
Mill Loper Loper .... ..... MvM k Me* MBwkmm-MiliiatarMM, I
[ Jay from a two-week visit at ....WI .,... I ... --...MIIU the home of her brother and tlt- .."""" ....... _.....11.* s _..aIMl ... q aaM..ad......
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sister-in-law.! Mrs.- Ida Hosts of Ii I II S ( J H I $ I: 0 01'1""
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HOMESTEAD LEADERAND THE 'few days there would be small' toward the runway and attempted -1 Your Dates

INTCRPRISX HOME grumbling about wage, rationing to land. The opinion was With Uncle Sam
-T and other such minor latlonlng : expressed that if he had been able
Lead to till fRONT and other such minor Inconveniences to maintain flight one-half min. ....................................
r.44Wd P...., .. Now.*" r1... emelsem em'.... corn ,e.eaa.tae at home. ute longer, the crew would have
IV iM -III 0... ....1..1./ 011:11 -...r. ."."."""""""""........_. .... ... .... ,..,.. ,,.1 I been able to land, safely SUGAR: Stamp 11 good for five'
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pounds through Aug. 15. Stamp
: AtCRE Each person In your family r PLANE CRASHContinued I II 14 becomes valid Aug 18. Nos.
PmUMM sad gins may give1 away" as much as 80 BOTTLESContinued 15 and JI valid through Oct 31
MALI-HUE LEACH Aacma quarts of home-canned food durIng ( from Page One) ( from Page One) for Ave pounds each fop canning.
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MART FLRREtL BICrtKSOl ration stamps Any food,I plan, who lived with his wife andthree 'Holland, governor of the state of local ,boards for additional rational j
Mm wrf a.eu.toaunwalPTloN which Is sold does not qualify si 1 children at 3216 Bird ave Florida, do hereby request that II If necessary.FUIL .
5ATtp a gift, however, and points must ''in Coconut Grove every person co-operate In this OIL Period S coupons
I. Dd" county, a _, ..., 1 Wart be collected for all sale* at the Lt Banford U Russell 37, of returnable bottle conservation valid through Sept 30. Period Icoupons
c:o0..44LD. :ntr IYi _, '1M, rate of elhtJOInta per quart Walla Walls, Wash who was program which opens August IS In new fuel oil ration ,
"-- "l-*.t I *? $.... (four points per pound). 'Home- making his home in Homestead and close August 22. 1843, and good for ten gallons each.:

I..me so _d alMa nine .::0- canned food contributed to school whit his wife ask that they search their homes, GASOLINE. A-I>>upo, II good
.M- IN lets. w we am will" a I lunch programs and similar ser I I Pvt Harry Luberaff, It, who garages, business places and In. for three gallons through Sept. 2L
woH r.Md e. .am.e'ae4d. ... am ... d vices I I. Included In the 50 quart 1 formerly, lived with hU parent dustrlal plants and promptly return ,SHOES: : Stamp 18 (In sugar
More than 90 quart* may be givenaway iln Brooklyn. these the
containers ta places
book) valid through Oct. I l.
provided ration stamps are .Th. injured man Is Keith Van from which they visit obtained I
1 BUYS STAMPS R. Sind T
Lotus Blooms collected tor all gifts exceeding Winkle, a civilian worker at the
that number. The stamps'should Held, who live at M39 N, W. llth ][remain valid through Sept; 30.
Br Anal, Mayhew TENTCITIES WED STAMPS: Valid until
flUpalrkt be. turned into your local ration! place' In Miami. I ; Aug.
a Egyptians art like open book to boards. elil The body of CIIPt. Mitchell who 31 are TJ and V. W will b*
me, mince for a while I was killed) iMtantaneouily.. was (Continued from Page One) valid Aug U
rVe had some lotus bloi omi like If your hoMe needs repair, you sent; Wednesday morning by Turner probably will be located again on
they hive along the Nile. can make hem without author! .' Funeral Home to Washington the five acres In the negro quar chinery, and by the Bahama labor ,
Ten lovely bloom rvt worshipped Ration, under WPB's' Construction I D C. for burial In Arlington ten loaned for that purpose last pool of J,00ft worker now in the '
in my blue-green cookie Jar. Conservaion Order L-41. provided I Cemetery. The bodies of Li Russell year by Henry Brooksr Jr. and United State who will be returned
There'i nothing that I ever saw they are necessary and do not'I' who riled in the base her will have water, electricity and to Florida for the season, '.
that can outshin them far change the structural design of the pital, Pvt. Luberoft who died sanitary facilities. The camp will Mr Sttffanl said.
I know how when the poet Mld. property Hhe work must not ex., shortly after removal from the be composed ot tent shelter on I This 7*.,'. acreage Is roughly: ,
"Their beauty makes men teed 1200 or Involve the purchaseof I wreckage, and Mr. Zercher have sturdy platforms, and each unit, divided Into 11,000 acre ot to. "
swoon," critical materials. been sent to their homes for bur both here and In outlying sections, natoes, 6,500 acres of potatoes,}
He meant pink lotus blossoms, Lai, I will contain cots cook stoves and S.OOO. acres of bean, and 2,000
afloat beneath the moon. NEW I" Cause of the engine failure re. other necessary equipment don acre of mixed vegetableav
Luxurious barges artists paint, by GUINEA "sponslbl for the crash had not manded by rigid government requirements 1
galley slaves propelled, (Continued f;+oaa Page Ona been determined yesterday. On : for labor housing Little fly upon the wall. ,
With langoru ladies lolling, who' ,engine burst Into flam**, and the I This season's proposed Increase Hun ain't got no home at all
by custom were compelled ferred to New Guinea, new [flames spread apparently-, awing I,In crop plantings Is mad possible Him got no mom to comb nil :i
To float along In luxury and Us- landing Colds were constructed by gasoline tank, as observers by the assurance of adequate fer- hair.
ten to the songs the simple expedient of cutting reported that the blaze enveloped tiliser and necessary farm ma- Hun don't care, him got ho hair.GUSSET .
Their lovers sang for them alone down the grass which grows ten
and not to bolstrous throngs. feet high In that area A battleof
I But now I know the scenes were survival between small groups!'
"J faked They never sat In state on either side, combat In the Port!' '. y M 0Q'- 1; '" ''0 X 'Q ,
For who could alt aloof like than Moresby and Buna areas, was described "
: Theirfreart[/ would palpitate by Cpl. Morton as "some 1 1j
I As mine would have had I been of the most difficult nasty fight. : j
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i there-but prone upon the Ing In this whole global war, with I
deck no quarter asked of given." It Iii'
And leaning far out o'er the edge not formalized warfare with well
and stretching out my neck defined lines of combat, he said
For fear Td mli a petal or a but the Japs are tricky, cruel and
breath 01 the perfume, ruthless fighters who can be over
1 That came ta \ want down the com only with like tactics.
Nile whoa lotus were In A. similarity in temperament i. ... ;
bloom. make for a healthy respect and
liking between the American
Stay 0 tonw soldier and heir comrades-la,
arms. the Ausslea, ty. Morton t
When you atari eut on a train said tie described the Au.Ua-
, trip you had better be prepared Hast soldier aa a "tearless devil-)
|. to "rough It," say government may-care and efficient. fighter." '.
'i travel experts The railroads are Very few Japanese
, doing their best, but wartime were taken, k* said, but prlaon..l.1:
4 condition make traveling mod tuning thes lie found
, uncertain Train* art sJd+< could apeak good English and apparenly '
! tracked ta let troop trains go "knew snore about. the : WHILE
through, and passengers colas their United State than | do" One '
connection Because of this you group told him: "You Americana t
may have to spend the night la a and Aussles may- capture Buns
1 strange olty You will And It hard but you will never re-take San I
to get a, check cashed, you will Francisco" They hadbeen told'
. have the added expense of a hotel and genuinely believed that the
room, or you may not be able Jape had landed on our West
to find a room at all Coast .
I Despite the railroads' use of an One of the blackest days of the \ A FEW Standard Oi*- Sirvics Stations art "boarded up."
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available facilities, there are lust campaign was experienced when I
too many people traveling Last the soldiers in their /ox-holes '.. Pump..reempty.drivelVacant..du boys have gone.tp war. '"
year traffic ,heard of the coal strike at horn, '
passenger exceededthe Wherever such a scene of inaction may-have replaced ,.. 't
previous all-time record of Cpl. Morton described the din I .
It20 by |41 percent, and the I couragment and the helpless an. .. the buij comer of a short tim ago accept it as evidence yi
railroads had to serve all these gee experienced by the men who *1
this have their uniforms
of
changed
that j
men Company
people with fewer employees and felt that If the strikers could many
less equipment Often the diners for a while .?< '
do not have enough, food to feed I think before travel and ask '
you ; *
everyone Many of the trainsno yourself this question"Do I I loot far away you will find another Standard Oil

longer sUr-coodlttoned really have to go'" Men In the Station-open, busy, trustworthy-worth going an extra
distressingly hot and uncomforl service must trbr+ If civiliansstay '
ably dusty Supplies are short, off the trains r servicemen I distant to find. If not all Stations in your locality can !
and many older can are now In can have more comfortable
service which: have no facilities conditions 64 those who .rldln'l overcome the "man-power" question pfease understand:

for air-cooling I home will be more comfortable that we strive to keep standards high-too high to permit : I
The'governmvnt ,
asks
you to too.
I Indifferent operation .f

!} Soon we hope conditions will'favor and make possible ' ,.\

F.H.A. LOANS I .' old-time operation Until then let the Station that ia /'.

,,arranged for Homo lZrAIR THE EAST WAY . '' "closed,'for 4 whll" be a signal, to coq that Standard ,0i1"i.i i.

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IitIIIIUlUlUUtUUUlUlWlUllmllJIUr!! : deeded to it by the Model Land :Dr. C. P. Jackson ha been '
; Christmas Month for A. F.
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I Co. ." ." Mailing

Years I I Is Set for Sept. 15 Oct. 15 by Army .1'
1 20' Ago "The 1 O. O. F. district meetIng "Mr.' and Mrs. Will Myrtck and .
held in Ft Lauderdale last baby, Erwin, and Mr. and Mrs.

I Saturday wa attended by: Mr. Bryant Bowden and children were Atlanta, Aug. 11-The Army I lie" is discouraged Colonel Dean ,
I..te..47 The MUwfcw..r.se.Mw.IttI s.1.,...... 'I and Mrs O. C. Radford, Mr. and I guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. B.I Postal Service not only believe: staHed. Intoxicants, inflammable 'I.'
__ ... ..... arew Me .. Mrs. H. D. Wolfe, Mrs. C. M. Thomas last Sunday." in doing that Christmas shoppingand materials, or any article which I'
the n.-.em -. I..M.e 10M Murphy, J. M. Scarborough, H. A.
Bulling early but,i might kill injure another
1111114., -.e 0. If, 1551.with pointing or or t
.......... Cameron, B. C Tibbits, B. Fountain "
doe r.-.r.d I 13. F. Collier has hipped Itcrate the way by announcing that Sept damage the mail cannot be *ccepled. .
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1116 UILf J. Spencer, A. McEwen, T. L. i rte
of avocado from two trees 15 to Oct. 1J will be "Chrtstma .

f UUUIiiGUIItHInuIIUIQUIlnllwagt"Abuslnesslike! ( I Osteen.Grave, W.. ."R. Thornton and R. near his home on Eighth st" mailing month" for gift to soldiers Addresses must be legible 1 i:
overseas, according to LL' \
should
Parcel addressed properly
I meeting of the and W. H. Sheffieldare Colonel Hartley B. Dean, chief :.
"Mr. Mrs. show, in addition to the name
, 1 avocado grower night of in Dade the Countylast GuildHall "De>fter Smith, Florida City spending a week, with MrSheffield' of postal section, headquarter I and address of the sender, the P
Friday
dairyman will install a Fourth Command. ,
parent at Canal Service name, rank army' aerial number
{t- .
In Redland resulted in the
milking machine at his dairy
Point" These ,
Christmas package must branch of service ergantnUoa.K "
I adoption of by-law md the elee. Monday The machine, workedby I
conform to present limitation at P. number ef the addressee
I Uoin of lYe of the authorized nine handpower will milk two cow i
directors of the /lorlda Avocado at one time. ,* "8. Fonytti and family of Per. to'welCh' and tee which are pot and the poet oftice through which .'
i' Association. They are H. E. rine nave moved into the Grubb over ((1JOlIIIda in weight IS Vie' parcels are to be touted. .

t Schaff, A. C: Castle t V. O Ta. "Jack Calhou Mills 11mooth.old cottage Dn Tenth .t." Inches fa length and, 36 Inches I Inscription may be placed en l" :
I tham, 'A. F. Connett and W. W. In telllh"al.1rI\ the covering el the package provided . t"
son of Mr. and Mrs. S. p 'COm\llnad.1
i Green. ," "Thomas Brewer motored to Package mailed they do not interfere with I "
Mill., .
died Monday COP iod must be packed \
Miami accompanied by Miss ?!I.* the addres although sticker or
"At the tuncheon, -meettng of nor Bauer who will visit friend metal wooden 'or.strong double- labels resembling posag stampsare
"Mrs. 8. B. Cameron ha been faced corrugated fiberboard boxes
. t"ou
lot a week. not permissible OH *
I the Homestead Credit Assocla- W tee put two week ." and should be market "ChristmasGift : aide of paroels. ;
f tlon Monday, =resident C. f I. 'rajce" Only package '
Fuchs,Sr, resigned" because of bit "The Rev. R. t. Koch baa or MM It I* pointed out feat only with I i
retirement from business, and "H B. Allen of Key Went, ganised M orchestra: to flay tthe will be accepted for r.sling bx eton the ee-eperatloa\ ef the public ,.
Vice-president VT. R. Crow WII'j" brother of Mrs. Will Booth. I* ( Redland Church. Miss Wilma' 'i behalf of the same person or 1 in complying with these iegu 'I J
t6'Of for the same addressee
elected to All the vacancy. .. H. building a residence" northwest of MoCullough play the piano, Min' concern wedcThi lotions will It be possible for the "
during .
Llnderasn was elected to succeed Homestead. ,Viola McCultouga the violin Ma. any one Army Postal Service te deliver on i.
I Ie Important, Colonel Dean
Mr. Crow. ". 'son Robert and Drake Calkins time the tremendous volume efChristma r ,t
'.. "Dr.B.. Tower and his ;the trombone, and Mr. Kufeldt emphasized and checking by postal snail to American sot ,
daughter Dorothy, left foe a little officials will be in effectFor
"S. A. Murden, one of the real the comet. diem oversea I !
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visit up the state last week. Christmas package mailing ,
pioneer of Dade County l8aId ,,, ,,,,,,.,, ,, rm'
y I restriction are retained to ...."....'"'1'''''''''''" ,,'"',, ''' '''' '"
I hit home place, "The Arches" "Mr. and Mrs. Sam Clarke.and "Mary CUwbeth 1Crome i* make it unnecessary for the mall' W ON'VOICE
L''l Modello! to Mr Anna K. Backer '=spending a week with her aunt'
baby returned this week from er to present either a request Wan ,
of Miami who expect to'make It . in Miami Beach""A OF PROPWECY1WIOD r
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Georgia where they had spent envelope bearing an APO
f tier home. The property which eight week during the peach and equation at the time of
,* consist I of a roomy house set in II letter from Lionel Van
canteloupe packing season" Perishable articles cannot c.n.1 I
five and one-halt acres of land Winkle who Is in the naval.trainIng mailed. The sending of Every Sunday at 12:30

.' planted with tropical fruits and "Junior Skill, who has been school at Hampton Roads, Va., under the classification of ,,,,,imnuuuuvunnnrnuununumnumnnm.Help ,,
ornamental plants was aold. for very ill with pneumonia Is Improving. state that he I* among those selected ..-
$12,000. ." ." to go to Washingon to attend .
I the President' funeral ser

"The i.' V. Free Co. has moved ,"Mr. ,ind Mrs. :Cart'*Ded'en and vices.: I
into its new building on Flagler children have returned from
at. the formal opening will I Hendenonvllle. ," "Miss Rule Campbell it in Mi.' '
be held about Oct. 15 accordingto ami this week visiting Mrs. Sherman Tour
Manager Brandenburg." i "Mis Cerd-Fe.d has returned Ward."

from a visit to Holly Hill,

W. K. Walton hal purchased 10 Fla. While away she took a business "Mrs, J. I.. Murray Is out again
acres of land just north of the I course In Daytona." after an illness ."
new high school building and adjoining I 't
the 10 acres owned by "Mr. snd Mrs. Edw. Conner are Government
"Mr. and Mrs. M. Q. Simmonswho
Frank H. Lindeman. The 20 I rejoicing over the birth of a ,baby
acre will be subdivided t W. .Irrlt Ihttr1 home on Aug 5." have come home after a I
high-class residential addition to I. l two-month vacation In Louisiana
the of Homestead. ." Arkansas and Alabama, are
city "Mand Mrs. O R. Brown
I glad to' be back In South Dad
and daughter, Franco*,:
returned
"The South Dade. Cemetery A.- Fridaj nigbE.pftgr: a vlsl( of nearly again, ," Equip yourself Cot a position in

soclation held its regular"meet* a mouth,with relatives Ja MotDonough
ing in the cemetery at Naranje Oa. ." ThurwUy evening Mrs. W. R. a defense office
when plan for enlargingthe Crow entertained a number of the ,

cemetery wen discussed and ")tI.. Virginia Cameron and little friends of- her son, Bobby. r
a committee 'composed of J. I* Mill Verna Shaw, who are spending In honor of his seventh birthday
Wyman A. R. Pratt and F. L. two weeks at Miami Beach those enjoying the party

Webstef wa appointed! to see spent Wednesday In Homestead. were; Evelyn Thomas,, Elizabeth Fifty-five pupils placed since t

,, about..P.ur.h'I4IDIhnd; : beI UiH, Jnpa Shaw Oleo: I is alt tbt {[lorn*. Mae- Redin. EJlzabeUf Cap',
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een.th.; plot: no Bowvowned and Beacll.and todax the pa;tl'Jvill: ;be liege Mary Bradley Ellen April 1 all with' less than four $
the Dlie 'Highway.: The Association -1 joined bx Mis*% Dorotljy Camer- Hough; Marguerite Crow, Allene --

owns oily the 10 acre' on. '". ,Crow, Martin, Leo and Ernest
t--L--r-f --e Bishop, Irs Davis, Evans and months' training.We .
George Johnston, Willie Clarke I
Richard Hough Archer Smith

I rA Harold Campbell Bobby Crow
Ij Mrs. W. J. Clark Mrs. T. J.
Crow and Miss Dorothy Cameroon concentrate on essentials,
j ."

I accordance with the war time
! "The Eastern Star held a social
and party at Miami Beach
last, Thursday. The hostesses of need for intensified, shortened

! the day were: Mr*. Henry Carter,
Mr*. Wm. Crow Mrs. W. D.
, training periods.
Flowers Mrs. J. T. Vann, Mrs
j A. D. Fogle, Jrirs Ceo. Walter, Jr,
and Mrs. Green Rfves ."


I; Miss The Nina Sodak Drew Club Saturday met after with Earn $400 or $500 in the training

A noon members attending)
were: Mettle Gilmer, Nadine time saved, instead of paying

i hambliss, Esther Livingston

.I Vernon Pike Lois Moser, Stella $50 a month on methodsof
pre-war
Hook, Edna: Smith and Mary
.I Power Rose Tower and Nettle
." instruction.
f Peagin were guests.
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I "On Thursday evening the de /I
area team of Liberty Rebekah
! Lodge met for'the purpose, of or.I

landing . The followlog officers .
I were elected: drill captain
Blanche Chapman; president Luella -)
McDonald; treasurer Olivene STANLEY.BUSINESS' COLLEGE

McCwen; secretary, Goldie VTolr -,
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Wl FILL PUUStSIPTIONf noM ANf KKTOtO Mae Morris DId,. ,
totes OWN CHOOSING

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LT. THOMAS ATKINS COLLINS MARRIES WAS DRIVE SUCCESSFUL MISS BETTY JANE MEYBEMIS BRIDE :

I MISS MARY JANET FOX IN PALM BEACHOf REPORTS AUXILIARY HEAD OF MASTER SERGEANT JOSEPH LEWIS I'

The sale of bond and stamps r

on Homestead street Saturday
Interest to a wide circle of: lug In the Medical Corp of the on Molly Pitcher Day wa termed Mr. and Mr*. Albert R. Me,., lived In Homestead since 1923,

friend WM the marriage of Lt. U.S., Army. a success by Mr*. Wm J. Cerent- bens are announcing the marrl"1 and both have beer active In bust

Thomas Atkln Collins of Homestead Mr COM. W. Camp and Mr*.: mo, president of the American I of their daughter Betty ness here. The bride, during her
and' MlM Miry Janet Fox Casper William of Homestead I Legion Auxiliary which staged, Muter Sgt Joseph A. Lewis of I high school: days, served a* cheer

of Wait Palm Beach, which wiotemaiied were among the out-of-toW1lj the drive a* a part of the national Lakeland and the Homestead' leader and clan officer. She wa
Wednesday, fait. 4, 111 guests at the wedding.'Other close campaign. I army air field on Saturday August an officer in Kappa Phi Delta
the Chapel-of the AAF RelonllHOIpital I'I 7, at 1 o'clock In Central aorority and took an active partIn
Gerontmo'were i
friend who attended were. Mr* ; Working with Mr* '
Beach of whM Baptist Church In Miami. Ute student council and In
In Palm high
.
U L. TrumbuU and Mr*. Lulu Mr*. Ceo W. Turner booth!
IA. Collins If registrar The hoi The ceremony wa performedby school cll'fmatica. After hergrad.uation .
Mr H. .
KrapUh of Miami Howard chairman Mr* H. Ewing Mr* 'I
plUl It the tamer Breakers Hi- Colas of Coral Cables and Miss I Frank Rue, Miss Dorothy Kuhn Dr. C. ROIl Angell, pastor of In 1.41 she attended We*, J

tel Lucille Faulk of Philadelphia and Mill Vera Rheney. I the church. leyan College In Macon, Ga, and
Among the 1M who wltheaaedthe ._ All old friend of the bride later was graduated from the

ceremony were Lt Collin' groan Lt (): g) A. I(. Surle, Walsh School of Business Science
[JOHN FREDERICK KUHN U. S. N. ,R. WEDS
mother Mr*. Thorns Atkins Col I U. 8. N. R, of Lakeland and MIami In Miami. She now hold a post

fins of Homestead the bride' BONNIE'. JEAN CORLEY. IN JACKSONVILLEMr. and Mr*. Surle served as I Lion In the quartermaster1 property
parent, Mr and Mr*. ArchlThomu j attendant*. Present also were office at Homestead Field I Ianre
/ Fox of West Palm Beach Cpl. OeM Fit* of Homestead bridegroom I* a ton of Mr.'
family Mends and member of the and 'Mr*. Clayton C Cor:: shop at Pan American: Airway In field and Mr*. Fit*. Mrs. Henry J. Lewis of t

'hospital toff. lay of Brentwood, Jacksonville,, Miami until he enlisted last faU Th lovely young bride wore lakeland and a graduate of

Whit gladioli and palm In Fla. are announcing the marriage In the navy. H* la stationed at I a street length frock of lee' blue Lakeland High School Before

I profusion formed the main decorations of their eldest daughter, Bonnie Jacksonville Naval Air Station Imported chiffon with navy blue entering till army he had been
in the chapel Balance Jean, to John Frederick Kuhn where he I* teat mechanic in the !hat, shoes and purse, and white associated with his father In the

flower arrangement In the chan seaman second claw, U. S. N. RH A and R department He also .doeskin glove Two large or. real estate business for eight

eel formed a beautiful vetting for of Homestead and Jicksonvlll play first trombone in the station .chid formed her corsage. years and he had served a* vice-

the ceremony, and light wu tup- Th ceremony took place In Feb.j orchestra. ; The parent of the bride have I president of the (Lakeland Board

plied by candelabra on either aide, ruary. !of Realtor
lighted Just before the wedding, The parent of the bride cam LOIS LOPER IS WEDDED TO CPL. RODGERS They plan, when the war tl
party appeared to Jacksonville from Merrill, Wli, over to make their home In
IN CEREMONY AT HOMESTEAD AIR FIELD!
Ted Will sang "Became" ant and her father I I. Instructor In Lakeland but they are making
th, U S. technical school at their home for the present In
-.
"I Love You Truly Mr
Jacksonville. I dau--;;: I Fern Court Apartnert. on S. W.First .
PUnch Webb at the organ played Miss Lola Lopcr, Redland Dry. Cleaners of Hom .
.the traditional wedding marches. A* the bride was itill a itu- Mr. and Mr U A. Loper of Na. stead at.

Mill Peggy Reiser was male dent at Andrew High School and ranja, became the bride of Cpl. ; The bridegroom! a' ion of' Mr. I
the bridegroom wa expecting Mr*. Herman Heinlein, program -
Bralnorc
and Miss
of honor Kay
Wilmer L. Rodgers of Mosell, and Mr*. W. J. Rodgers of Mo-
Miss Caroline UnderwoodWere ovenea duty 'the young couple I chairman of the Dade
and Miu. and Homestead Air Field In tell in ,
was employed Gulfport,
The brideferoom'i made their home with Mr. and ,County Council of Parent.Teach.
bridesmaid -
| at 10 o'
a ceremony performed Miss, before he enlisted In the ]
met with her
,
er Association
attendant Warrant MM Corley.
were
clock Monday evening in the base ,
;pfflcer Willis C. Wood, beat man, The bridegroom N the elder chapel I army II committee In P. T. A. headquarters
and 1t Larry Siempelkamp and son of'-Mr, and Mr*. t... P. Ken. I Cpl and Mr*. Rodgers will make In Miami on Wednesday to
The bride wore a blue crepedress their, home in Homestead for
Warrant Officer Robert Lei drlck and a grandson of Mrs. M, the plan programs for the coming
;
1-Graves, groomsmen.chaplain P., Wollam lie attended Home and made bishop with streetlengthskirt sleeves. A I present year
Robed Baker who stead High School where he was I
of Redland High School
'performed the ceremony used thi active In the school band and graduate '
(double ring service The bride wa graduated from MiamI. SenIor she li r. w connected with the I I'CaIOll I II l Jack DIXIE DRUGYOUR Howard .

wm* given In marriage by hei High School In 1942. After I P olk Jo hnson
father graduation from the U. S, Technical ]
II
Phones SI and ..111I'
.,She wore a gown of Import Aviation School he wa em- The CalendarAug.
tehlte lace, made torso style with ployed In ,the engine overhaul I
iweetheart neckline and Ion) I'' Ot1 ,,' ....0 If ." on.... i.-.liclr"",

leevri and train. Her veil war MRS CHASE IS HOSTESSTO : IS-Hot d'O' night at USO.
i, W tulle, and the carried a bouquet NEIGHBORHOOD CLUB Aug. 14-USO dance
I:
of white roses showered with Mr*. W O. Chat was hostess Aug. M-Sunday open house at NAME
[tube roses. Her only ornament on Au,. 4 to the Neighborhood I VSO. .
torn* a string of pearl, gin of the Club at her home on Sliver Palm Aug. 17-USO Jane

}ridegrcom. dr. I Aug J* ,Meetlne of Gleaner
The bride's attendant were In Prize In game and contest with Mr*. A. D. Fogle Jr.

dresses of marquisette with were won by: Mr. Mary Furry: 18-USO dance sponsored
picture hat*. The maid Mr*. Geo. Wright, 'Mr*. 'W. V. Aug. of Sacred Heart
Altar Society
|by L
honor wore pink and carried an
Cunningham and Mr*. Ralph
lon bouquet of Hoover roses; the Kingman. Church.
wore blue and car. A cold plate and a drink were Au,. 22-USO open house sponsored I '
First Baptist Churchof
pink roae served to the guest, Mr*. Best by A Host of Satisfied Customer Sing the Praise i
mother of the bride wore an Thomas Mr*. J. A. Rotherham. Homeitead. of Tilted and Approved 'Rextll Gypsy Cream I;
:Alice blue lace evening gown and Mr. R. A. Holmes. Mr*. Cunningham Sept Meeting of Nel1hbor.1 t
the mother of the bridegroom Mr*. Wright, Mr*. hood Club with' Mr. tOt Raw MOM that BKCOMSOITS off # V

,wore a lighter blue formal of Kinsmen and Miss Marian Sept. American Legion Aux SUNBURN HIVES tl"

lace and chiffon. Both wore Holme \lllary luncheon. HEAT RASH CHAFING ;1
j%earls, and they had matching
.
NON-POISONOUS INSECT BITES ,
I
corsages After the of ceremony pink rosebud there. wa a MISS ELLEN VANN GIVEN BRIDA'L SHOWER ; ** POISON OAK POISONJVYItt
I I
reception In the officer lounge TO BE HONOR GUEST AT EVENT TONIGHT

which like the'chlpel was decorated SPECIAL

with palm and white glad I I COMSINATIS 90" wt

ioli. The bride' table was pre. Mil Ellen Vann': bride-elect of Mr*. Wilson Crosby, Mr GYPSY CRe C.19Mo

aided over by: Mill Reiser.Min Wm. Day Cravats wa given a M. E. Potter, Jr.. Mr*. Pope, Misses to O C i
Underwood presided at the punchbowl CoX Absorbent
miscellaneous shown., by Mrs. Myrtle, Anna and Mary Moon Frstaid TIME
and Miss Bralnard had Mill Mabel Pop. Mid Cecelia LIMITED
Ormond D. Cash and Mr. Wendell Cotton
charge of the cak. Mil Eleanor I HarpftMill Mary McNelll and
Peeple on ,.TJiurMHy evenIng -
1} Coffin and Mia Margie Boon I J
Au,. a, at the home of Mr*. Miss Fern Robertson.
had charge: of the bride' book. j '" ", Gift were received from: Mr*.
Lt and Mr*. Collins are postponing I J. R. Pop ? Mlllard Caddis. Mr*. Palmer Itt nil Mact'i
contest an.Joyed
and
Games were
their honeymoon trip and. and the dalntllj wrapped Peeple. Mr*. Lyman WUllam, HAND CRCAM LUNCH
they' are now at home at Ml Puritan Mrs. Alton Horn. Mr*. Herman at ..e
piled th* diningtable Helps
gift were on keep
rt. Weft Palm Beach. for presentation la the honorguest : Byars Mrs. Robert Casiuba, Mrs. tartly and !
The-bride tame to Wett Palm Randolph Caves, Mia Lillian a e f torsmoother >. SODA
Beach with her parent from Seattle 4 Redd and I 'and
Swltley, Mill Marjorie ,
aome yean age She waigraduated j Ice cream: and cake :,ojYOserved. Fine Evylee DelUnger. niter. FOUNTAIN
.
from Palm Beach High end Mr Frank
'. Mrs. Bob Mr* A. E. Paul 37
Florida Those present ere I '
the
School and attended Irwin will be hostesses at a
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Wm.
Sultenright Mr* Hathaway,
plat College for Women. shower for Mill Vann this even-.
Mrs. Paul Cox Mrs. Harry Be*
The bridegroom li a ton of the ins at the home of Mr*. Paul. | i
late Thomas At kin* Collins, president I ty: Mr* Robert McLeroy. Mrs.Lloyd 1 Pk',}
of the Citizens Bank ot Field. Mr J. T. .
Mr :J T. Vanrw Mr*. O. L 1
Homestead and a grandson of the I vart.ln.\\ ale 1fM1O"1D, !
late Dr. John Dennis of Newark. I Mrs. Wayne Adam, Mr*. P".etiJN S -
ROLLER SKATE
K. J, who wa. one of the die
Irtct't pioneer He was grid- ;CArUNGEK MAKES IN COMFORT pL E N.

Mated from Homestead High [HIGH SCORE AT BINGO uinMifc Supplement so
'School and took three year of I 1 Ray CIPllllerh.. high ......... 5.35 ee ll n5 P. .. your Wortim Dwt 1

.premedical training at the University 'ICON prize at the bingo party ,........ ,,, w am All these Exeeatials-it.Rood
of Florid before enlist- given Friday night by the Liberty '' Arliyw Health are Available-la Paret -
,Rebekah Lodge In the Homestead Venetian test Plenamiroi. -
M.f. at Methlag I Floral Shop to raise money forth Insures a goad supply of nutrition .

Yaw War Mad entertainment fund. Mr*. Anna Skating Rink 'promoting Ingredient,
.lu.tl 1*%Every Memnmlth wa awarded Xh I 1 jt ..... no. M u* CM *.4.79Page

1.p.retrFlip. I law score -prise 'and Fay Cap- IWt I. W. IT* *<.. ...... I

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"1II" ''' '' '''''' 'KEDLAXD P. 'T. A. SEEKS I
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L BOOKS FOE SERVICE MENI
ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTS
I Members of the CLASSIFIED ADS

'A. held their monthly; luncheons II

BASE CHAPEL IN PUERTO RICO SETTING meeting In the school cafeteria j RATE: First faisertkm 104 a Una subsequent inwrUcoaMa

FOR BELL-WHEELER MARRIAGE CEREMONYA (I Wednesday when pocket edlitlon DM
books were collected for dis-I

I itributlon to the armed i'

base chapel in Puerl4--Rico head and Lt. Edward Murphy; More books are desired I .- FOR RENT WANTED ,

f was the setting for the wedding I served as ushers. I tbe I brought to the forcea'i
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y ., of Lt. Robert W. Bell, son of Mr. The bride wore a white satin meeting, it was announced. 190 ACRES of splendid bean land

and Mrs. Robert Bell of Homestead wedding ,own'trimmed with j Present were: Mrs. W. H. Tuner ?- II In north Allapattah section GROVES WANTEDHAVE ,

and Miss Eleanor Ruth pearls, and tulle veil adorned Mrs. A. L. Campbell, Mrs near Frsnjo. Rental til.M per CASH BUYERS for large
rr' Wheeler, niece of Mr. and Mr. with a coronet of orange blos.soms Carl Wagner Mrs. Clarence Gray,
. acre. Malcolm Wlseheart, and small groves, with and
Norman Grill of Central Mar and she carried a bridal Mrs. Mary Furry and Mrs Ro;I"
OlyMpia: Bide Miami, Fla. without homes
chete, Guayama; Puerto, Rico. bouquet of white calla lilies. land Hopper. j

The ceremony; was performed on The maid of honor wore a gown In order to make the P. T. A. I (.1-27) SPECIAL ORDER-One buyer'wants

; the evening of May 30 by; Capt. and carried an an accredited association, the:'IbtOOMS! about 20 acres in grove w
of yellow organza and apartment. Reasonable with nice home-and about ?D :
Howard Reinard chaplain oC the old fashioned bouquet of red {members are holding neighbors,
base. bridesmaid hood study circles on "The Object rates, hot water and ahow. acres adjoining for future ,development l
One wore pink .
roses. I' '''.ra. Palms Hotel. Florida City. with a portion ot
of the P. T. AMra.. Heinlein is
, The bride was given in marriage organza and the other wore blue. /! Please
glade If waifs
, io by; her uncle. Miss Doreen and both carried old fashioned teacher of one group and Mrs,' J possible.. \

I O'Neill of Ensenada, Puerto Rico ,bouquets of blue hydranga and. A. L. Campbell of another. :,;1 .sFOR FOR,, ALE or phone j
F. B. EMERSON REALTY C was maid of honor and pink rotes. -
"\ Fausta Laurrie of Ponce and MI"I I The ceremony was followed bya MRS. JOHNSON DIRECTS SAIh.'M 'n'1 bicycle. Mrs ,71 N. E. 2nd St Ph. S-2EU

h Raquel Batista of Cusyama reception at, the Colt Club In M. S. CIRCLE PROGRAM T. C. Selfcrt. 27 W. 4th St. Miami. Fla. 11
I Iw. I
attendants. Central Agulrre. Mrs Howard Johnson leader, Homeltead. (a tf) !..
WANTED TO BUY for cash
(,_
, 14. John Llfsey; was the best After a short honeymoon; trip I the program of Circle! RedUntt

I man. Capt. Thomas Payne; Lt. I Lt. and Mrs. Bell returned to Four of the W. M. S. of the First DESIRABLE IJOt'E! In Porvenlr. home District in Homestead Furnished or or unfurnlshed. ,

: j, Baird Bauder Lt. Robert Moore- Puerto Rico I Baptist Church of Homesteadthe W, former residence of Dr.-Wolfe. H6rh'a.
August meeting at the hdm :t P. O. Box 819,
j Hollow tile construction, 3 bed.
of Mn. J. Lee Smith. Others takIng )r stead. alb-lip: ,
I FOURTEEN DOZEN DOUGHNUTS SERVED room, tile bath and I city lota
part on the prolr.m. "Build/- Cameron Homestead
(j23-a13)
: GALA CROWD AT USO DANCE ON .TUESDAY Ing; a Firm Foundation for' EXPERIENCED waitress to serve

\ Youth" were Mrs. Gordon tvey : dinner hour. Good pay. Must t
RARE TROPICAL TREES, shrubs,
Mrs. R. E. Edwards, Mrs. A. E.Paul furnish character.. reference. Also
! Fourteen dozen doughnuts were day evening.when Mrs. Ceo. P. : Ornamentals, palmi. Phone Cal-

served with fresh fruit punch by; ,Wright Mrs. J, A. Rotherham I and Mrs T. C Shackleford.Miss 'klns, &583-W I mi. w, of Florida smart colored bus IIlrL Bamboo c

! 'Mrs Mary Furry and Mrs. Reid Frances Byrd gave a reportof City. (J23tf) Tavern. JySO-U)
Mrs. Cecil Robertson and Mrs. the work of the Young Wo-
hostesses Homemade
Holmes were
! Lois Bolton to the gala Crowd at I cake and cookies and pine I man's Auxiliary.Mrs. ; WILL PAY $J to $2) for Junk ;

the USO dance Tuesday evening. apple and lime punch were L. S. FlUhugh was hostessto LOST cars also farm machinery.Wolfe .

.' Mrs. Burley; Dendy was chairman I[served. Others who helped to en. Circle One; Mrs. O. C. Had- Auto Wrecking, P.o(). Box
.
I jtertain I were Mrs. .. L. Field and ford to Circle Two; and Mrs. J. LOST-Ra'lon Book No. 2 Betty 796 Homestead Fla. Phone
Peteraen R. Dorsey, to Circle Three. Pleger 430 N. E. 1st Ave.
;;Mrs. Suber. i ; I 392-J. jyl6-tf).

Mrs. Ceo. W. Turner had charge!,i, One hundred sixty-eight enlisted
//I' J PERSONALAVON
of the check room. Other hostesses I,, men and girls enjoyed the YOUNG METHODISTS ENJOY I FAT hens J. R. BevU. near Lefts

were Mrs. Adrian Jacobs I I dance Thursday evening; Aug S, SOCIAL FRIDAY EVENINGThe store. (ilea)

... Mrs. Lawrence Pope, Mrs. Fred :when members of St. John's Episcopal young people of the First PRODUCTS
Suber and Mrs. E. C. Vihlen who': Church were hostesses. Methodist Church of Homesteadwere iF YOU WISH representative to

I selected dance records at the Juke:!',The chairman, Mrs. M. F, While entertained with a social on call, tend card to MrsAnna C .
, Friday evening In the church I. Meuenmith Homestead Fla..
>was ssslsted in serving homemade '
box.Mrs.. Lawson Walker was pianist ,' fruit punch and cookies by school building. Parlor games, (Jy30) EXPERT

/ for group. singing Sunday I'!Mrs. C. J. Roman, Mrs. C. J. Par. j I folk games and group singing fREEI! If excess acid causes ;you

afternoon'when the First Methodist man and Miss Mary; Jackson. iVere enjoyed. pains of Stomach Ulcers, Indigestion

d, Church of Homestead sponsored Mrs. Petersen received at the Those present were: Mrs. O. Heartburn, Belching ', BARBERING

, the regular open hou...!'door, and Mrs. Vihlen was at the Sewell Palmer, Mrs. Ivan Mose, Bloating, Nausea. Cal Pains, II ,

I Mrs. O. Sewell Palmer presented I Juke I box. Present also were the ''Mrs. Jack Spurlock Miss Mary get free sample Udga at tlalreot .__ _____. __ "
a musical program of numbers YI Rey,and Mrs. Marvin ,T. Murphy. McNefil, Misses Antoinette, Helen Brown's Pharmacy. (po211) MMe
! Shave __ ____
i and Sue Moye. Miss Kathleen I
, Mrs. Sparkntaii Holding Miaaes Mra.C. M. Harper Mrs. V. De
[ William. shampoo (1'IaIa )__.. He
I Antoinette Helen and Sue Moye ,Maria, Mrs Suber, Mrs. Field Marston, Miss Barbara
Miss Mary Ellen Dearing and 'and Mrs. Lawrence Pope. Miss Mary Ellen Dearing, Miss S. L Kendrick Sharper (Me!lr tes)__ Tie

Miss Mary McNeilL Cheese, ham Game nights are proving Increasingly .:'Helen Hooker Miss Edith Booth, j Slnie SSs

and olive sandwiches, nut bread, popular with the ser i Wesson Hooker Irving Hooker. I JUSTICE Of TBI, t Facial ____ Ms
and Mrs. B. M. Hlndman'f special vice men and girls of Homestead. Marlow Jacobsen and Frank Skill, PEACE: Facial rack T5eCanblullasj

cheese cookies were served at Ping-pong and checkers were enjoyed *I I Jr. -

the snack bar by; Mrs. Hindman on Monday; and Wednesday 1'' Birth Certificates and ether deer 1'! r..1al-..;.. 75eTaale ,

and Mrs. Olin Wright evenings, and on Friday evening, Subscribers Eligible _Die Mkavwledged gold witaesaesX ...___________ lie

The Redland Neighborhood hot dogs and toasted rolls were I For Copies of Anthem Mastarhe. Trials Ito

Club sponsored the dance Satur. served by Mrs. Al Wolfe.
Od Fellows I
Copies of the officially approved : I
t H. w. let Si .., fla,II' BUSH'SBarberShop
arrangement of The Star Spangled I ,
Exceptional Banner" are available to
I
subscribers of the Homestead ., Unkaawa. Unless aaM wrtlrkaW shall,

Leader-Enterprise upon request "iliai< MeoHlac ta ..... tu ... '

Home Value I Ito the quartermaster's department I.111 twit then o. .* rem Slk dot ..1' Or*. City man
;, .of the United States Marine r
mber. A. D. I....
( I.
Corps at 1100 S. Broad at., Phils I .
Close in with all city conveniences I delphla. DaM this 4ik day at A_to A. V.IMI. .

but no city taxes. A-l Arrangements 'for bands and I Iu.

I orchestras also are available advises ,I B. .. LIATHiaM. u....-..
construction condition. Well .... ...
Ctrrk of rirraft Court.Daaa aiM arrtlflrala .11 W i md.er
Lt. Col. S. N. Rsynor In a
.
4 anaardlra ta law. lilt araaarlj aa
arranged living: room, dining recent letter to this paper. Coonlr. PkwMa.Clmilt ,: rlM. Uwrad will aa saw ta the kltrkaat.
Midis at Uw Cents Immune annr M the
breakfast kitchen I Court 'L

room, room, nest Moadv la the awalk af rhaWaiaar I
2 bedrooms bath. Generous LEGAL NOTICES Br N. C. maim, D. C. MS, wkkk b the Stk day at k..........
.
..
I (A... S. H. M, ff. ..... |,,1555)NOTICE I. E. t LCATnPRMAN.
closets. Hot water
sys NOTICt.. or APPLICATION POI Clark ar Clrnlt Caart.Daa. .

tem. Garage, large utility TAX DID I or APPLICATION FOR Chill. ) SMLtr Cant- PUrMa.Mr e

room. Fruit trees, poultry I File SWM TAX PIle sum DEID .lIi. c. STMnrrr. D.Ant. .0.
Noel,. h kankf situ that Ems.I N<4l.<* ta ........ ....* that 0. O D. July. N It, H. IMS

yard. Large acre lot. All for I Kkr. bolder a> _....*, aDnlaan z........ .m... IWMIV M aisle. .M W City .* HUM .!
or
T. OrtlflMM NMIMM41 111 14. dot 4 NOTICE APPLICATION FOR
$3,000 cash.Eleanor. Dfctrirt Tax Cartlflrata N.akarat the 4ik *.. .* '.1.. A. D. ..... kMIM TAX DIED
MM CfftltlMto I. .>(! .. tiM W
ISWI ..... the Till 4ay af July mi < 1
... IMM application far tu dad Ie to.M mN. SSTIINMln
FroscherRegistered Dr IMI, kM filed MM. ,un... la tkHMB l> MATMIM* Wttll !.*. SaMCartlflraW b hash glee Mw i. E. E.sa,1
I lA. ... .
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salsa* tat / aa.
oIf..., aa< kM MM aaallnuna far >rail aramn. (HaltoO III Daai County. holder M MlrM W CM* W ..... TWCwtUlMl '

;tax dmA k> ..... tkaraai .. amriaaMwkk no- ta.w..i wteml '.... ..U4 ts. IM t
Real Estate Broker Lat ... CaMrkmrt. Phi Baal II.
:. law taU MitlflMta MiaraMi tWfoOawiac Pita IS hi Uw Chip at Miaul, c... Any of I< A. D. I.... kM MM saM;

t' tS 8. Flatter Avow HesmleaJrimes ImrSMtl saes,. tHMM.raDaaa tr at DxU, Maw at Ptartda.aW ,ntttlMM In mr atom red ..'..., t a
The .r.m.-l.o meld Frosty . .... i iN
2115-1. SM-* wllntlM f tat ttft I limsi|
,; CaaMr. -Wa coal the Ortlfkaw baap4 m lilt
Maw af Vakaava.U am.rA..a nab .... ass. swtMhsh.sMw .
tat IS, blank t. Klan Court a .
UM My awtidcaw Man W M.aWaml
....
.ejt ..b, Plat laak K. Palms 4*. to Uw aaMMlat to ..... tan date will IW hn.w/.e-deal _
haa 'Uwram aa tktl M. tow at ta*> fr. snared N DM CNMT. FtoiMi.. pftM
:--0 tt5gt c..... al Da*., S4aM at,Dariaa. MTW toaiW. A. D. last Wks
Dual thin SMk day '"* '. A. D. ISM.t .
.m.w..N at MM gnaw T.
** Newt Seen Tbrov P sriiMity B. LEATHiaHAM I, Ihek t *.....* Avenue
,
tile aarWIatat hand WM m the Maw flesh .. ClrraH Oast '
UMT, Plat ask Pass .1. Ie ..

-SCIENCE'MONJTR e...... want aria Daft Coa.tr. Harlaa. City d sled. C.sale d Dade. ., ,

Irf rtntised DaJy J.a'sls.v U021-1 1 ay M. o. STtaarrT. O. c .r .........
MUM IJ.I ta. Aae .. is. ss, .,. INI'f
:: ea o ICIC ft (.., I TIm 01 mild perry Validity
.as w iw' J
+ ? Nonra or AfAir AXIOM the bound Is the _
wssmmtlh. u.w-I-Fnafraa ............ TAX DEED FOR Ie VAN tof
.__
i Are TjaMtf ..d laatiatiliD goal Id Daft f Chastity IT4ST-Am af,ISM. U. Unless "Is tarliftivils'shadbe
*.. with the WarfJy Maf. >M ..... !!Zile ONLY A .11 ........ Annual M ..... boa does
[ MONKi y NOTICE: n Hrsmr GIVEN fist will bit thalm. 1M tltII do ofAut..t
Uaal Nawapapa* l dM HaaM of:" ,.... T. 14 Jaww B. all{ kala. go
*1 J.00 YaarV. e. 111.00 a Mel JUNOLLIN rf Mala swill CmiMlf, Tax Ttrtirlnlafa.. A. D led.MW .
.. including Swdon, 12 H a Tom M.i.Wet. THE U.S. .. ...
h flM .m. in nr "" aMU
;!! .. .} ; <. .,.... .M>llmba for A IH did t* Ml,
... ,,,.... ..
a> .d A'rvon SaM ('" ba K: ItATHEIIXAW
.%a Florwa', Y.alAm ,., tier f 'I ,..lnt ....rlkr4 >>T_rt,.
SCIENCE READING ROOM j j8nechl" .Is DA.. wad 'u 1. ( --l. f D..>. Itaw a flortda.s >-.rat leak (Con.
i ou M ,..d state of ', Dads Coats fhrlto.Court
F.t.e.. a. Miami, t.L"- a mi: t. a>iMr>-. Rr ,
Street ,
: ar aJM Sixth ( -It a..Iey
j a.sa..A ah . .l r-'.i pv t. PU iss. hi the
FLORID CITY FLORIDA d Cone, Dl Suit of Plarlaa.r I N. o mnrrr 6 Q,
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town. Inside lots, $150; corner. ; ,

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