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: March 31, 1944
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00640
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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33-NO. 13 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MARCH 31 1944 PRICE: FIVE CENTS





Growers Win Fight Against 16 to f] 1








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I : Redland District Called TO LEAVE. FARM DECISIONS t J




Most Blood. Bank Minded. ,, 'TO DISCRETION OF LOCAL ;{



mot''The"Mood-bank-mmded"Redland District U com-the Purple Heart Awarded<< Chas. Behrens i mCTlVE! SERVICE BOARDS '


''fnuntty known U Dim, said A, Jdeary Wounded With Fifth Army in ItalyThe

.' "'athef'F.r the \blood bed Selective aervlce requirement
Purple Heart has been log been on a "'pe 'lal mission.": More Local StoresWednesday Begin of IS acre per man far Oaf dr..
Idea after the third South Dade '
awarded t* Pvt. Charles Behrena, Charles baa sent his medal to 06416V Noon ferment have bee scrapped and b'
,*.... -.p held here Sunday. Jr. 21-yoar-eld ion of Mr* hie mother. I deferment win be left to tile discretion
The success e( the Dade County Charles Behrent of Princeton for' Beginning next week the following of the total draft beards
Blood Bank which to date wounds received In action Jan. I stone and fertilizer houses Its was learned unofflelany yrs-
has furnished 13,154 transfusions, 21. Charie*. who went Into service 25-FOOT LOT will be doeed each Wednesday terday by Luther U Chandler
11 being studied by other com- Feb. 22. IMS, bas been overseas afternoon: Chairman ef the labor dlvsMn Of
miinltles, he said It received since last August and ha I Franklin Grocery Co. Homestead the Florida Vegetable CommUu .
national recognition but summer served both In Africa and in ADDED TO DADE Grocery. )McOory1: Venom Such action wa proposed by
In New York. Massachusetts and Italy. and Kendrick: Armour Fertilizer representatives of Florida MrU
other northern cities, he pointedout. At present he U stationed at CLINIC SITE Co, Fix Ferttllter' Co. Hector culture Mar. SO at state selective
Ando beach head and In a recent Supply Co., Kllgor Seed Co.. and service headquarter In St. ",wrua-
A breakdown of bank record letter home speaks of hav- Wilson and Toomer Fertilizer tine when voluminous testimonywas
show that S.03 transfusionswent The 25-foot lot west of the Dade Co. given and case after case was r
to person unable to pay County Cllnlo on W. Mowry st cited to show the Impracticabilityof
almost 2,500 pint to military perjontxl HEART ATTACK was bought Tuesday by the Bounty applying locally the l-aor .
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.'", and boo.pints. to the wives commission froraV.-L. Burton MRS.. WMSEWINGLOSES requirement pointed( out Chant ,'tr
of service men."lthoulh for $250. The lot will be landscaped for who took a leading part Irt
fewer donors than expected FATAL TO WIFE and beautified to harmonize STRUGGLE the conference
turned out for the Mar. with the original 74-foot "The Florida Vegetable Cuinmittee -
26 round-up supervised by Mr. frontage, report Preston B. Bird, doe not claim 1 credit for
Cleary and hid tUff Of technician OF PRINCIPALFuneral chairman of the commission. AGAINST ILLNESSPauline I causing the repeal of the ruling" .h1
*, the credit of the local bank I Bid. have been received on ,I :he Mid, "but we did lead the way "f
WM built up. services for Wllma tome of the It idle parcel of in working for its repeal. ;
Fisher Wagner JT wife of Principal county-owned South Dade prdp- Martin Swing 39. wife Farmers were warned by Ur.'A..
2 Men Suffer Injuries sIn Carl Wagner of Redland will erty advertised for sale. The f of William C. Ewing, died Friday Chandler that this action dot
Like Gun Accidents be conducted at 10 a. m. today by bid have been referred to County In James Archer Smith Hospital not obviate the necessity of flltajt
the Rev. M. X. Meyer In the Sil- Engineer Earl Rader, who ,lifter a prolonged Illness a 42-A form en each employee.Letter .
David ("Monk") Walker Jr, ver Palm Methodist Church. The drew up the list for tabulationand I Funeral services were conduct *f Instruction In filing for f
IS-year-old ion of Mr. and Mr*. body will be cent by Turner Fun- for checking aalAaap. ed at 1:10: p. m. Sunday In the such deferment were lent lout
D. W. Walker of Florida City re- eral Home to Borden. Ind. former praisals. of the property made by First Methodist Church of Home week to local grower throughthe
celved serious bullet wound in home of Mr*. Wagner, for three county realtor. County I'ead' performed Harley Core, office lit County Agent Chas ..
the left aide Mar. SI when the burial i property In active use, such a* who the l1Irl'\l,' H/Stffaiu-.
.38 caliber revolver which tie was Mr*. Wagner died of the Future Farmer Clubhouse is ceremony Tor Mr. and Mrs. Ewing J

," Cleaning fired accidentally.Dr. heart failure at 10:20 o'clock suddenly Wednesday -! not offered for Wl. ___ (Continued. on Page Five) Rotes Hear China Talk)
J. A. Smith operated .t night. Apparently in per-I Made> Mrs.Chandl
Dade County Hospital and found fect health, he complained of 1 Meeting Called for Tonight to Plan jr
the bullet had made three
that feeling dizzy In Perrine at choir By special request of the pro-
perforation In the tnteatlne:' practice for the Barter cantata For Redland District Roll of, HonorSpecific grant comanfttre for the obwrrv
David il| recuperating satifscto- and collapsed shortly after (.. -I once of China Wcek. Mr*. Maud
rily.Fred Ing home in the family automo Chandler .of Gould told of three jg
Jenkins of Camp Redlsrn bile. She never regained consciousness plant and detail of urged 'to attend this Important years she spent In Chin before
lost three toe In a like accident and was pronounced lost for the proposed honor ron meeting to select a plan for the the outbreak at tile present SI no- i
Mar IT when'a gun fired while dead upon the arrival of Dr. J. For Redland District service men honor rolf lay Dr. Ruehle. Japanese war,
he. .w.. cleaning it. Mr. Jenkins A. Smith. and women will be considered at "Let's get going on this project Mrs. Chandler WM visiting her ,
had been Inducted recently Into Besides her husband Mr a meeting of repreaentive club' We owe it to our fighting men and brother th* head of an Amerli:an
Wag.ner "
church and civic worker called, women.
the army and was at home on leave mission hospital and school and
: three children Mary
leave to fettle his affair He was for S o'clock tonight the Homestead consented to teach conversational
Kathleen
IT. Robert Bruce It,
treated at James Archer Smith and Marilyn 11; her parent. Mr. city hall by Dr. Geo. D.i SENIOR PLAT TONIGHT English to a claa.of Chinese girls
'
Ruehle. chairman the
acting of
Hospital she knew Chlnona.
Mr although no
and
Louis Fisher, and
a committee.The I At S o'clock tonight' :la the
A talented artist lit*. Chandler
Noble
brother 1. Fisher all of
Holy Week Service Set Borden. project was initiated several Homestead School auditorium a often ,bade her teaching clear by
I month ag.under the lead 1 I cast of 14 will present the senior,
By Churches of Dfeirkj I A graduate of Hanover College, of the M. drawing pictures.
ership late .i. Bear,play Thumb Up a three-ae1 The create drawback to Mo-+
special service Mrs Wagner had been married borough whoa place will be'comedy In which the Klacaid,. a. advancement or education and
Among the te '
for IS year* and had made ,her filled at tonight's meeting. |[noisy. Italy brood, .
ge| usual .. .
be offered fit local churches dur- .MB M Chiba his been tMUiovaaad
Inc HolY. Week i* the Easter can- (Continued on Page Eight) I "All community ,leaden are Itlp with black market. I of characters ln the t

'. tats Ufe !Eternal,'hlch Will Chinese alphabet, Mr*. Chandler
be presented by the combined I RED: CR9 WORK,ROOM FRIENDLY MEETING PLACE!! laid: 'There' are three thousand' 1
hoin of th* Silver Palm, .Per- r character W the' alphabet, butIt _
.
4 riae-Peter and Princeton Methodist __ "1 i* now possible to.attain a fair
churches at 11 a; m, Easter I By Mr*. Clayton Sedgwick Ceeper the Red Cross meetings In the the neighborhood there should mount ,eI. Utaraeyi with a
w Sunday m th* Perrine acbeol' It' you were forbidden to': go Farm Life School which are un- be many.more: at least a dotan knowledge *f on* thousand, and
auditorium. The choir I*'direct- to the Red Croat workroom you der the supervision of Mr*.'L.: H.Klopp each time-and .w* laugh ,sad tk Bible can now be read bTwllo'
ed by C. A. Gray; and Mrs. Cray would be DETERMINED: to, .go almost all of theM ladies that and gossip-nice kindly go** those, rave mastered only
1* the accompanist. The public there. have small house and not toe Mat a* we are all good church one hundred charactersDepubrC
If cordially Invited to attend this But a* you are .asked nicely, big families. They are clever member and w* would fay nettling '
i ,aorvfc*. sort of pleaded with to give one women and good housewives, and bad about any aaa-espsctalrjr O. .. 2nd O1U
Palm Sunday win be observed afternoon "of front two to three you cant tell me that they canttyetamatla a* with ao many present the Hade Lkuteitast t Colonel
with special muslo and sermons hour a week you refuse Tou their work to that saM-ebort-one might beer abou "
i Y the Princeton Methodist Church Suddenly are overcome with your they cm get away on* day a M. Ma/ Fraud C, Thomas. ST. has
art Ml a, n.. m the MverFtfea. heuee work the care of the chickens week' for part ef the afternoon And we tell aecrlea. Speaking be" .iprometad 't* lieutenant
OHM at 11 .. nx.. and m the the terming 'of vegetable, If that I* ao w* had better have of stories, there I* one member, colonel n has announced by,
. INiitae-Pikri Church at I p.'m.aasuunii and Jell :can not possibly tat a good psychiatrist down her- a. very trhrotou My that doesn'tmeet officials a* Hemeslea Army Air
the pastor the Rev. even one hour a week to give we need to be psyched. with, on* WaaaVid par cast Field.: ere te .VNi<9 ommandingoffiBHt
M. a.. Myer.? The *vMUettc to AMY kind of work Put dde of And we have such tint at these aa roval. weN ah* eftr Ml a .. -maid operation
mass .. planned ..-tree Ftaettw yew", ftmsty amoral paruee,.Because they are'partie* saoay turf, N net .flr1..' >et:', Mehh deg teat and make bib home
Church have been portioned Yet, aameat all of these ladle ..and aU ef you .we.14 go t- a HH *' this>cuMKMr. and Same II wANt her,wMr and baby daughter, a
AM to the llmea of the vWttagi down hare_18M.>*lkliut. pf i If abbot The* ig feaWaVMil ...>*.lawan ..e..dii, a* tIIw, Lark: tit lltb, it and First ave,,.
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PASSES NAVY TESTS Awarded Lt Arnold 1YG.
IDFC
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Norman Ernst son of Mr and
Mrs. L, W. Ernst and graduate of At S. Pacific Air'Basei rfl
OUR MEN IN SERVICEKmsmSRCmZHD Homestead High School In Jt<).i '<: Ra"bum-Adnl
passed navy tests for radio and I I direction' of the pres-j:I fhbmas r
"IM aerial gunnery schooling in Jacksonville Went the Distinguished Flying
Mr. and
awarded Mar 11
Cross was on
last Friday and after I ,
CpL Dolar Rescues Two Drowning lenIn furlough to, at Jacksonville hit home yesterdayto here returned ;by Lt.. commanding General Millard United F.States Harmon -1 petty officer rating of avlatk+

'' army forces in the South Pacific I machinist's mate 3rd claw
Arkansas Army Maneuvers' Tragedy begin a 16-week course there.!I seaman Ind class, on Mar |
Only nine of the 78J men who Area, to Sec. Lt Edwin D. Arnold, 1A |
I took the test succeeded In passIng -|i navigator, of the 13th AAT, whose, a result of examinations YNr\
CpL Elbert Dolar, eldest con headquarters and service comp them. home address It Homestead, Fla., he completed successfully, dU
of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dolor, par-I any of the 26 th Englneen* Battalion I I Lt Arnold's record shows over Rayburn It attached to tbq.a< -.i
; tMpated In the tragic Arkansas at Camp Joseph T. Robinson Will 11' hours of operational air flights nance and gunnery department
WAVE Theda Loper
training maneuvers Mar. II' Ark.Barney. i|:during the period between Aug. 6 the Jacksonville. .station,
<' when 11 soldiers were drowned .. Take Basic in New York and Oct II, 194J making more! .I

as tW| assault boats capsized, Godwin It Home ,.,.. Otis Loper of Miami. the' than 39} hours of'like nature In Brothers. Almost Meef
which he has
> while making their final participated.
. i crossing practice for the day.river After Pacific War Duty former Miss Theda Proctor oilHomestead j . At Embarkation Posh
I has been accepted for
I t la a recent letter home Elbert I !2nd Lt. Archer Dodson Harvey ?
Barney Godwin, recently promoted service with the WAVES and and jay Newton m
writes: to signalman second class, i leave Apr. IS for New York Classified Instructor' of Mr'and Mrs. J. H. Newton oJ
I "I guest you heard .about the U.S.C.Q., arrived by plane Sunday I to receive basic training. City i Florida City, missed' seeing too
I' accident we, had, with the boats for a leave until April. with Her husband Set toper f Second Lt Archer.Dodson, who!I other by only four days whm',:
'k last Thursday. 1 was right la the ,Us parents, Mr and Mrs. R. 'U I of Mr. and Mrs. L, X: Loper, Is recently compleled'tralnln, 'at I each' was sent recently, to
t I" middle of It, and I hop ) never Godwin, Barney 'hat had' tae stationed' with the army paratroops ,(podge. City, Kans. a*. a .8-28 Parka,,Shoemaker, Cat. .
'J.. have to -as anything else like ItS ;months of duty-ln the Pacific and : Id North Carolina and will pilot, has been classified at an I Jay radio man with the g.
at It was really tough."I participated in the Invasion of Join her this week-end In Homestead i instructor for the next four shipped out for New
k". got two of the fellows uj Tarawa. where they will v sit relatives I months. I where he ls now stationed,
but the third almost got me. We Mr. and Mrs. Godwin are hoping . When he It assigned a pant, he ly before his elder brother.. ..,
\ were under 20 feet of water and that their elder 1OII.' .a. 1, T. I will probably be joined by his an of 13 months In the Aleutian:
r he had hold of ny throat and by Godwin, army navigator stationedat Plche Fighter Pilot bride, the former Mist Dorothy with the Seabees was sent t$ .'
some miracle of God I managed Columbia, S. C. will corns Stationed In England Kyle, who has been making her camp for reassignment Jagdl
t to( get loose,,but 1'didn't have on furlough while Barney Is hom'l ,i I home here with her brother-in- 1941 graduate of Homestead Hi {
I f enough strength left to bring himI'.f Second Lt Joe Piche fighter,|law and sister, Mr, and Mrs. Ernest School, received his training. j
; to' the top. I'm telling you, after nuke; I pilot with USAAF, Is stationednow Sherard, since her marriage. Northwestern University. ;'.'
feeing that, I was so nervous and Cpl. Re urning In England. Iin January Lt. Dodson Is the Harvey's birthday arms_
lick at my stomach that I didn't After Overseas Cpmpafcn In a recent letter to his parents 'I second son of Mr. and Mrs J H.Dodson' (Continued'on P.-e: Three)')
? do a darn thing but lie In my Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Piche, : of Homestead
; bed for the next two days. Cpl. John Barker, veteran: of he writes: 'England It fine. Ism I' .' CARD OF THANKS '
"1 attended services for them nine months' service /jlWT'Wew fortunate to be staying in a Pfc. >4oah. Peterson, Jr., spent We wish' to thank QUT in
i Wednesday night which' were Guinea who has been hospitalised nice little cottage with live rooms last week here with his parents, friends for their kind messages \
$: really nice. ,,1 didn't .understand In Mcdoakey General (Hospital in and a bath, where I live with) Mr. and Mrs. Noah Peterson. HeU hope and encouragement. '-
: parts of them as they were Catholic Temple; Tex. to expeeM.home eight other pilots, Eeach!: room, stationed In Tallahassee with E. a SWittf
i services, but they were nice soon on furlough to see his wife, has a fireplace and a telephone the army air forces. i AND FAMILY'
t anyway. One of the fellows, PIe. the former Miss MotleyySavet' of and right! now I am sitting ins'
, "< Arpad S. Szabo 'of Cleveland Florida City. In letter received front of the fireplace in my room. ..... tit t3tt t tat t3gatJRttt t t t t i t tJtJrt.a .
Heights O., WB Inducted with Tuesday by.his wife CpVBark-l. "The English countryside Is' ,
+I me, and we came to Standing together tr said he wu being dischargedfrom beautiful especially from the air. r..m.
I was talking to him the .hospital as lie bas recovered In the alums section: of a large
j' ..j the Saturday night before It happened I from jungle. I IWHjf and English city the children mobbed
I and it really hit me . would report to San ..Jkntonloheadquarters us, begging for gum, candy, or
I' Cpl, Dolor It stationed with for furlough orders. anything; . j
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. JUDGE J. OLLIE EDMUNDS ': I II.

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I.r That no one It IndiipenialUjo our country except ; '" ;
the American who Is fighting *nd,tcU/Ijtf to dio (f need be ,:., 5 ::

l > to proton the notion Ms JONI lh.r'i1 upon tin Met r>/ '. a
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r t government oj the people, by the pfi'and for the people. j .

Ht KUtVtSi Tlut a man who stirs up HI. KlllVtS' la thejeffersonian priiicij -. t.= :t.

racial strife and discord in violation of ) a of the rights of the III tel-to'govern Elect
.
SMthem tradition Is a menace'So the themselves, He it opposed to palerna. -I i:

UM and nation and to the wir effort lit tic, dictatorial government, which sets :a
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aa should be retired from public life. up to Florida a fait political machine of I,

no civil service federal employees I: .j
'HI.HOtVE1 h the traditional policyof I PlIUL ,

southern Democrats that the party MIS FliER IS Bdleuel 1
t' principle of liita supremacy must bemaintained. '

r' Trail, wad .VOTE'rV 1: O'CONNORSheriff "

HI KUIVIS: That the people of,Flor... JIBE, : OLLIE j! .

Ida will protect their heritage of Ameri .
r v taniam, won on the field of battle and'at ElM I III S ii!

# the polls. FORINITED |Ii r. j

HlKUtVlSt I That today labor and STATES'SENATOR. {Ii

buslnest are slaves of lo'emmellallllleail 1 :f
INSURE
C' of the government being the servant of ,,1 AND ,

.the people.. Labor's bard-wen gaits over " ;:;..
.ball a century most not be lost by legiIsBoai .> 1i VIGOROUS, FAIR: ANE:

; that girts bureaucrats the power. % REAR HIM. OVER RADIO, t.i.iridt t = ?'

i .to deny labor'* right to, "bargain. freely DIPARTIAL ;
with the employer. y'Mir' 31'' : ':. :l. i i # '

Station 7:15 : ,) LAW ENFORCEMENT
WQAM -
Hi'Nl lffS. That free enterprise U' p. -m.' ', ,awl\!

the backbone of American progress and ._" -,-/1/ i'L FOR,ALL CITIZENS (
prosperity. He believes that the power .rMAIt.THiJ: COUPON 1. ,1 : .. .

\ greed hands of'aLe bureaucrats must I Friendss 01.J.OI.LIE EDMUNDS,"' I ; .
: OF
thai 414-16 MkLTT BUU.MNC. .! j j'PJese : .
come off the throttle and .operating I i -' '0
JaSoN\'ILU 2 FWIIDA
ee..r 1'ol fcinuft, American business and j'! .
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active support enlO.. 3 DADECOUNTY
count
on my t : I. ; .
_lei be reismed to wise.btait
.ineWtry jhose I vote for I,OLLIE fJ) IUDS'nil; ",1 |:..
>t.their. and are qualified to run them.: I Statet Senator from,UoriJ*.in the tIt_ I ;ir\\.
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itf KUtVCSt That the future W It 1tit' I I .leg.Democratic: Pfimiry i May Zad, 1944;; ..t "] J: <. .:"Jett; Years. CWrf of. the >Ii mI' Internal ]
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t ARVID ROBERTS : ;:.: r.!:. ;.& :;z: 1D Homestead DefeatedBy I Sewing Class Offered :I tlorml tNucstk.ASewing courtes \kJ':
Ponce Car alien If Demand Warrants macttlne are available
;: at the and ,the proposed
Our I i camp
DIES OF \WOUNDSOF By Warm Lawrenee I I' A class la sawing and making work room i* said to be well
.
I Homestead lost its second con. I lover'I garment Will be .Urtdta, lighted, and,:ytU ventrttted.
I
Men in ServiceContinued I It..s. II aecutive baseball game ofr the the nursery room at Redland Anyone Interested In Joining, .I'
GUN I BATTLEJustifiable I year Wednesday when the powerful -:,'{ Farm Labor Supply Center: about the class Is requested to telephone
0' : : :.!!.I,2; Ponce de Leon CavaliersI the first 6t April it as many as Mrs. J. F. Hlmmett or Mrs Don
homicide was the clouted the ball In the pinches I IRedland' 15 enroll announces: Mrs Sadie Ferreyra, who may be reachedat
verdict Monday night of the ( From Pago Two) I I I Rattlers visited Butt, director at county voca- her home after t p m.
coronqrs jury which held an in- which Is Apr. 0, was celebrated In Homestead Thursday for a renewal '
quest into the death Mir 25 In advance with a dinner given by','I of their famous rivalry I IRedland' "
James Archer Smith Hospital of Mr. and Mrs. Newton while he great pitcher, Gossman i iI cAr
t Arvld Lrsle Robwli 35, Mr. was home recently on a 30- .,.1 i 1 should hinder Homestead hitters I '
4 Roberts wit wounded fatally Mar furlough Present besides Mr. and no littl*. Homestead has Improved
IB by Constable Frank N. Irwin Mrs. Newton and Harvey were: consistently and expect W chalk I
who koucht: to arrest hint for Mr. and Mrs J. D. Wytong, Mrs Up Its first victory over Redland. rI.8Plorid
hooting wd disturbing the peace Harvey Newton (the former Mill d
1/ at the home of an uncle Loren Alice Wysong), Miss Mary Nicholson -
7. Roberta, west of Florida City Albert Newton and Herbertand I MRS, EWING

Funeral services were conducted Earl. Wysong.. . (Continued From Pfcge One) .
by the Rev. L. B Crantford
pastor ofl.he First Baptist Church I Chas. 3. Fay, ahlpfltter first two years agoBurial was under In PENINSULA OF PROGRESS
t' of, Homestead, at 4 p. m. Monday I I class w:th the Seabees, Is stationed the palm direction Cemetery of In the Nartnja Turner Fun
In the Turner Funeral chapel now, In Bougainville according to
word received by his wife and eral Home.
1
Burial followed in Palm
Cemetery
Mrs
I Besides her husband
In Karon* his daughter Eileen, who live]1,I
Mr. Roberta leaves his mother here. Mr Fay, hat not been home' Ewing ,leaves: a 14-year-old ton
Mrs. since going Into service Jan. 3, by a previous marriage, Albert
Ada Roberta of Homestead
0.
: i 1 I three
Jr, of Homestead k&4
Hinman. ;
( 1(41 and hat been on .duty inGuadalcanal
two sisters, Mrs. Dora Billiard of
'1' of Atlanta
Mrs
sisters W. A..Jolley -
New and
Caledonia
i
,Homestead and Mrs. Jean
French Mrs S. B. Carter of Ozark. '
of Princeton; a half, brother, Rod- other points in. the. .Pacific.. Ala, and Mitt Miriam Martin
I
ney Roberta, civilian employee of w.I '
three
Virgil Grennetl has been accepted Marshallvtlle, Ca;
a construction company In the is of Manhallvllle
bhe navy end stationed T. J Martin ;
Aleutians; and a grandfather, j]t t F. Martin of Macon and R. T.1
"Uncle Steve" Roberta, pioneer lIet:1:i'1 I Martin of Lake City; and en aunt,)
settler of Cape ,Sable. Grennell, clerk at the local poet Mia Lute Martin Of MarshallVllle. -)
office, and their daughter, Coy I '
t tJf Kin of War Prisoners Lou, are making their home with I 1 1 I Mrs Carter has been here since ALL Cll.tntlTAllti .

Told to Seek Red Cross Mr. GrenneU's parents, Mr. and Mrt Ewing was stricken. Others{!
Mrs. V. M. OrennelL I I who came for the funeral were
Local families with men reported I I Mitt Lula Martin, T. J.
miming In action or prisoners .1 I Pvt. S. 7. Clbbs of Ruston, La., and Mr, Carter. The
1\\ of war are urged to get visited here from Friday till Monday Tuesday for their homes 1
, t In touch with the Dade County with his parents* Mr. and anied by Albert Hinman Martin'j
chapter of the American, Red Mrs. H. M. Clbbs. ,. 'I I: will visit Mr. and Mrt .
Cross for Information on the lat- I late
I I Cpl, Richard De Marla, A daughter of the
army
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0. Vance, county chairman of born there
Vine Mrt Ewing was
for Camp Hulen, Tex., after 1
public Information. I spending eight days here with Apr. 29, 1604, and received her ; I II
his mother, Mrs Vincent De education In the Manhallvllle I
REVIVAL TO CLOSE 6UNDATSunday I Maria.. i schools. In 126 she came to, TIMES xaAYl ,1J
night is the ,closing i I IPvt I Homestead where she was a mem- ,
date for the protracted meeting I Fred Fuchs, Jr. army radioman ber of the First Methodist Church I d
being conducted at the Homestead ha a been transferred to She was active also In PTA:
Church of God by the Rev. O.1 1 Chanute Field, ilL from MadisonWit. work i i
W. Cunningham pastor of the A graduate of Homestead Pallbearers were Wm, Mussel-'
First Church of God ,.t MlamL High School. Fred was attending white Gordon lyey, John Orsves.j J
Special music U featured eachevening. the University of Florida when Bert Colbum, Chas. H. Becker,
J I|I he went Into service. Jr., and Harry Cooper j i ito ,
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for its beauty and delightful climate.Florida,

:. ..\' too,hat rightly come to be known, the".Inter -
r MILLARDCALDWELL. ..:. 10. t vacation land of the Nation. But nature

gave Florida more than beauty and mild

( climate. Fertile toils, vast forests, mineral resource *

!' JLMCI and a greater variety of crop(,lhan z

: / on any other state, have all combined to bring
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Florida an amazing development in agriculture -

and industry. T; FN
This Governor's race is a ouHtlon of men--at
Win as inu**. Fiance fans stormy days at the i Products of grove and farm and forest are
war approaches its and,u our veterans return at .. finding ever-increasing uses in the industrial
cgtttosrssTE
Industry and business begin to convert to peacetime
pursuits. life of the State. With.matchless resources

and a progressive, energetic people, Florida'sprospects
Out neat Governor must tit a man capable of
piloting Florida safely through the oncoming for the future are exceedingly bright/ f

storms--a man who to calm, bvtl tnded, snertttt Millard CaldwdTt record: of public service appears .
| and smart;a man of proved husintts ability la the panel below, Thit record shows that I The Seaboard Railway hat been a pioneerin
and tested stslssmanship. Caldwell is a Leader AStalnm.nl A skilled the development of Florida. In fact, the

Millard Caldwell fa such a man! pilot for the stormy days ahead! history of the Seaboard la in large measure

r7J with the of Florida' re*.
synonymous story
His record of public tsrvfce It outstanding. He em
was a member el the Florida legislatures of lt9 markablc growth/Today,Florida's production
and 1'JI when ht was chairman of the Important CAIDWEUIS RECORD .1 U a weighty/ factor In the waging of war.
Rules Committee.. He served brilliantly as U.L. Tomorrow will witness further acceleration
Congressmen from 1912 unto 141 when bs YOlunlarD1 asBsaar Ar tout sew t
retired te private lift.We ; rsarY in the expansion of Florida' Industry And
'- agriculture, a development which the

... sever afe.. aM a eaMtMate hr4b.arser rr.'l. wr Seaboard will aid In fullest measure.
t .' He awe savor aM evert "
off OWN. osle& -. Mssaorrn.raw_..If/IIM.nr..er-wvawrw..oa Seaboard Railway, Norfolk 10 Virginia
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He was born en t firm at Beverly. Tern, In -----" k
1W7. Hit father was a successful lawyer; kit -...,---- (
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grandfather a Baptist preacher. He was a star "., ......
tthkte at Canon-Ntwman College and the Univeesity =
ef Mississippi whew.ke was still t student
when hs volunteered at an Army private in World ue. 77iMr r I
War I. H' was dbrnnissiened a dlltiitea. V ow
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ant ef Field ArtiUcry before the war ended. Later
,he finished his educa\iOfI.kh a law courts at the =# WS;:; -wwwarao" ,

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She have passed
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the 'rsf twenty year' et her ills : .
M 5515PA11.W .In hating, weQ, we will My grits

No ell stout Frw.a ad. tawAlas at *. m5..4.crag.arm a,... for But thirty she man-led years a she Southerner ball cooked and

grits and eaten them, and now Notice to Our Customers ]
totally she really like unfit AIr

fw.wsat aCNEa aM gloss said, woman I* adaptable .,".,
But John dldnl grow to like
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'.. ......AICJII. northern dishes Not he. His ,4.
j tN stomach wa set In Its likes and .
shag US"n..ELL Wa..waoasctlttiON DrC&1J(1OII beloved dislikes, Mary and no was one, going wen his to I Beginning next Wednesday, April 5th, ':.a

change him. And Mary wbo liked '
.. Dd.CMly, ... sea SArIS a MI ,was the wheel ot her home to run the undersigned houses will doS at noon t :;
s ? MM.n smoothly, shelved the loved dish
awls fit Dad* a..evs ....,
e ....., a M, wanMastow and only brought It forth once
fa a white In bar memory-and on Wednesdays until further notice.
at the Red Cross where aha could
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> it r Itu. mt w MM .moo MItnmmmi talk about it, and perhaps And I
t rtoiM* ..* Mi* M e> congenial soul who had lived In
me" .. Milk
Vermont or Indiana and liked Fertilizer
Armour Works
h things mother used to make ., :;
Only Dreams Are RealBy Yes, Red Cross 1s fun. It Is
always party One become acquainted .:4';'
Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.
Amtlt Maybe Fitzpatrick with one's neighbor
Only dreams art real. The lady to whom you barely
A* fresh and fair they stay nodded, become a friend and .<
i While earthly treasuresAll you laugh and Joke with her. You Hector Supply Co.,
tarnish and decay. see how other people live. you
peep Into other people's! homes,
Dreamt alone are real and you come out of that little .(Kilgore Seed Store ,
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; f.i Altho we miss the goal shell that covered you consistIng -
for which w. strove, dreams of just MY home MY family
; Remain to feast the; souL MY children and MY church. And Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.

i you do A lot of work, work that ,.., .
RED CROSS WORK ls badly needed, and-you do It ;
I with i laugh. i
(Continued From Page One) I COME TO THE RED CROSS
if story. was funny, but they want AND HAVE: FUN AND DCriEAL
to register the act that they are WORK FOR OUR BOyS 'WHO I
against naughty storied and
ARE WOUNDED.
.S autne of the other look down j

their now religiously a* mother .. . "'
taught them to do way back In
Iowa or Missouri But, ne matter a
now much the disapproval, it
adds i little spice to the afternoon
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seriously but In a sort of lay...
brother way We .re.\1\ kinds,I '
j )Methodists( Presbyterians, Bap- Will Pay 40c
tints, and we- touch the subject :
gingerly. To most Christians it, :
H a great social breach to men..
tiun ANYTHING about religion.I .
Emily Post says It Isn't done. That

i } la lone' the, preacher's and should business only be and talked bid I' oIii ,". ... : , : ::1.''''.... "' "'''I' ,

about About on Sunday 4 o'clock-why-U at all. ,wetiuvent I I : FIELD.CRATE'''FORVINE .. >>:. :P' '.

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are exchanged. How corn
pore |I. mode<<1 In Georgia or a new .
recipe for green tomato pickles,
surd what John likes for dinner
, b You realize In listening to these
ladle that their household revolves RIPETOMATOES
around John If HE like
11 I dont suppose any woman '
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TALKS ON M. Vivien will preach Monday Chastain -- Dade Co. Women RallyTo r
[SMS evening and Mn H L. Branden Visits Here in InterestOf I
burg will Hug The Rev Geo E. Graham' Standard ;
[POSTWAR WORLD Deuel will speak Tuesday and, Candidacy for Sheriffs Office
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'Mn I P. McLean will be soloist] ,i Hialeah Mar ao-sen. truest :,
On Wednesday evening the pastor It. B. Chastaln, since Jan. I,, Educated In Georgia rural I ft. Graham, Dade County candidate \
TO UOflS CLUB will be In charge, and Mrs. Rich-! 1933, constable of District One, schools, at 16 Mr Chastala began' for governor, ha return*!
'side will sing The Rev L BCraoUord was la Homestead last week In teaching a one-room Country'1 to his home town after a successful ,r
will bring a i the interest of his candidacy tor school at $21 a month. In two! swing through Northwestlorida.
\ Human' nature varies little and Thursday evening and Mrs message Wm.;,sheriff of Dade County yean his work won him promotion i and expressed amassment -
no sweeping world upheaval Musselwhlte will I His wife, the former Miss Dixie to a better school and a salary at the political activity In t
sing ,
should be expected after the war, The Sacrament of the j Herlonf, Is a daughter of I. H. of HI t month 'his horn county during his 10 ri:\
[the Redland District Lions dub I Supper win be a Lord"j)Herlong who cam to Princeton in i With his mother.Mn.OaraChaa-1 day absence.With ,.
[was told Tuesday evening by the I Dr. Palmer at the Good 181. as manager of the old Drake tain he came to Miami In 11111' the qualifying date past "
I Rev. J. C. Sims, pastor of the I service when" Mn Palmer will Lumber Co. sawmills As a little For a white be and a brother J.I'leaving Crahaat the only Dad "',
[Coconut Grow Baptist Church la slnl. girl, Mrs. ChaaUIn attended the C. a...... operated one of the County gubernatorial candidate N
a talk on 'The Postwar World. i two-Mom Princeton school and active Interest U hU candlelllC:1'J
The church Choir will provide ant grocery atom an W. Flaeltrat. .
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There baa keen no basic change II special musk at the Taster mora- later Redland Faraalife SchoolGraduate ; and later he and another quickened: with branch office of ]
fib ,human' nature for the past tag service and James a. Sic- J. of the University of Miami brother W. Z. Chastain. operatedthe the Graham-for-Gevernat Club K
18 000 year* the late Wm. Lyons specialist 4/l Richmond Field, will-. and postgraduate of DuD Dixie Poultry Co Mr. Char springing up throughout the .
Phelps learned from a survey of'present an organreciUL : University she If now engaged In taro lost heavily In the two .. courfty and registration snared to ':
1th* representative literature of Services will be held at St. the active practice of taw to Miami end tot alai years following was the 10.AM mark of today, Mr*.
I that period. Mr. Sim pointed out.fore John's Episoepal: Church an Wedncaday . In IMS, at the time of her connected with the O'Neal Stock T. T Steven., : president a* ,
[' be aid, we need not Thursday and Good Friday marriage to Mr Chastatn, he was Co. and the Chester Lumber Co. the Dade County federation 4* t
[expect a revolutionary right- win associate taw partner of Peace Entering the itU race tar eon- women's clubs and tine leader
|sb ut-face after the war, but we All are Invited to attend the Justice Thoa. A. Ferguson Mr. stable of District One, Mr. Chaa- for the past M years, assumed 'v'
[must plan to build a new world ,three-hour service which will begin and Mrs. Chaataln and their three tain woo ever ntttv opponents In active chsimanshtp of die woe.'q+'
I of.enduring peace on the basis at MO Friday. Those .- children make their home at HTNW bidding for re-election to the office ..'. division elbe Graham-tor
[ef Christian rood will to remain I.be entire unable 4tth at in Miami: In KM and 18M, IM again Governor Chin, with branch 1. j
k Edward J. Norman, Jr. was time and Mr. Chastaln Is an active member WM by overwhelming majorities every community in the county "
leave
com a
may necessary
[presented with the Melvin Jones at: the Central Baptist. ChurchIn i
[award for obtaining ,two new ''II but are requested, M far Miami; Biscayne Bay Lodge, 'f.
possible to do ao during the .
I members during January. Boulauet -I singing of the hymns.Holy IM F. Ik A.M.; the Miami Contiitory. .
prizes of,gladioli donated by I communion will be administered Ancient and AcceptedScottish \
I Walter Talbot were awarded Mn : Rite of Freemasonry;
[Carl Wagner, Mn. Ben Roberta on Wednesday and Mahl Shrine; Miami Elks' Lodge
and Mn. Slmi.RADIO .' i Thursday mornings at H a. m., .
[ and No. 141, Miami Optimists Club; ELECT
litany and devotion services
United Commercial Travelers of
will be held Wednesday eveningat
America; the Order of the Eastern .j
: 8 o'clock.
[ ADDRESS Star; and the Knights ..fP7thla.
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I ft H. 8. WINS DECISIONS
IBY: LEX GREEN A native of Forsythe County
Several decision were won by Ga. Mr. Chaataln was bona near YOURS
I'the debating team of Homestead Gainesville, a son of Mr. and Mrs.J YOUR 1
OSANNOUNCED: 'High School Friday at the Miami M. Chastaln of pioneer Georgia
: ,I state contest In which first honors families His father died when he i
| went to Orlando High School was three years old, and the boy I
f Congressman Lex Green candi-!I Ponce de Leon, the host school, became engaged early In farm' s 1 1R
[date' for governor, will speakover ':placed second. work. :
Station WFTL next Monday
[Apr 3, at 8:13 p. m. I II
BnTh* federal government has I Caldwell Advocates Increased Fish :
[slit IU10,874S27, in Florida I' !
fort;t. direct war expenditure. And Game Facilities as State Asset E t ; ,
largely through my effort," said I '
I Congressman Green "I voted to 1! Tallahassee, Mar. SlMSpeclal) are among our annual visitors and
I fortify Guam and the other Pacific "Florida must step up its fish they bring thousands of other R'
'Islands, J worked against tile I I:hatcheries and fame breeding people who neither hunt nor flsh." .
[ale:of scrap Iron to Japan and!i grounds" declared Millard Caldwell ;
I predicted\ that It might go Into I!i candidate for governor to I I
I Japanese bullets to be shot back :a group Interested in having recreational Fee Frenpi
[at American soldiers. I I IKL".As I facilities in Florida for I
Vice-chairman of the pow-l';mat and women who return from CAB SERVICE F F J
Jerful House riven and harbors war service. ; ro
[committee Igt far the state the!I -The tourist business I* not ti 1 1I
llsrgegt number of river and har- different from any other business. at reasonable raw F F
[bofjlmprovement '' Caldwell aald "If
projects which)i you I"
Itt ever hid. In addition, I Included neglect your customers you lose Day Phone .......,.... 9108 ..
| in the pending river and bar- them. If you allow your stock I ..
1 hot bill a post-war program which]to NIl dews, your customer will Night PhoneClAUDE........ 239MOMESTiRAD tI&f:
[to Unexcelled. by any other state."!,drift away

'* ''r HOLY WEEK \ "Fishing the mainstay and hunting of the an tourist two I'I'lof CAB SEaTICS .' 'R. B. i

: business. Thousand._.of sportsmen F. 0. llasrsrri prop.f CHASTAINA
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|preacher the Rev. W. C. Rowell S. L Kendrick .- - .. ij
I of the HoUeman Park Methodist[ 1
[Church to Miami jumcx: OF TIM 'i

t. Special services at the First rtACE I >. .{
Methodist Church of Homestead Birth Certsfkatea eat ether ..- I : :h' j

(Lwill evening be except held at Saturday 8 o'clock of each next II= acknowledged a4 wit-1. I I IOM tKifa 'y. our'Ch ..' :

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week, announces the pastor Dr. Fellow BI' i
10. .SewcU Palmer. The Rev. A. ,.. W. let ... HemesteU. ?7t. h

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juvenile sItuation'' in Dade

County. As your sheriff I pro .:;}
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GOVERNORMACWtVLCtilSLATOB office a bureau manned by ;

competent deputies, including :.

1 2! He ,has a bread understandIng women, which will work in ;;1 a
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:: I, j FOR HOMESTEAD JUNIORS AND-SENIORSOn TO Four GRIND delegates MEET" of IN TAMPA Ad Astra I PLANNED. BY USO CLUB FOR SERVICE MEN .

hundred thirty guests attended full pastel tinted skirts Chapter of the Order of the Eastern -I| A motorcade to the Monkey Pfc Bill Benedict of the OTt

i t t the annual junior-senior The menu included fruit Juice Star Mr. and Mrs. Sam J. .Jungle and to the parrot Jungle presented several piano selection)
r 1 banquet of Homestead High cocktail, tried chicken baked Davis, worthy patron and worthy j''II being planned soon far servicemen Women ot tht Homestead Presby. .\

} School held Friday evening in Idaho potatoes, garden peas, chef matron, Mrs Lloyd Delta and ,: and Junior hostesses by the! Urlan Church were In charge oj
American Legion Hall salad; Iced tea or coffee and Ice Ralph Moon, will go by plane! USO Supper will be served afterwards borne-
and served
(r Ltrtupur. snapdragons, delphinium cream. I Tuesday to the meeting of the I at the cluli'jDuse.! the snack bar
i and other pastel colored Miss Ferguson was in chargeof grind chapter in Tampa. They The 'enlisted men an enjoyingthe made lakes, coffee and truckjukes.
ot USO Mr. and Mrs. R. N.. Her.
the
I garden flowers were effectively will return Saturday privilege using
arrangements.
i'. used for decoration kitchen and recently a group man were' guests during, the eve
::1'. throughout the building and on cooked hot cakes. ".f you wantto niog.
'. the floor, The flower theme was HOMESTEAD ART CLUB HOLDS, MEETING know how the, boys appreciatethe Mrs. Phillip Westgate was In
; further carried out In the favors' AT HOME 'OF MAJOR AND MRS. JONESThe I home atmosphere Just ask charge' of the snack bar Saturday -
1 which were tiny plastic Bower Mr*.'J. R. Brooks" said. .Mrs., A. night .and Mrs Fred Sube"
'. r i pots, hoes, eUu filled with artificial Homestead Art Club met E. FauX director. '- was hostess of the door. The
posies, and in colorful Bower Monday afternoon at the home of Housman I "Vlllt 1'l are always welcome; regular dances last week were
i designs on place card and pro- Major; and Mrs. James S. Jones| and we wish more of our people well attended. -
grim*, punch to match thepurple bougainvillea would drop In from time to time,"
f ,, on Tennessee fd. which decorated the says Mrs. Paul.A '
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i the Florida Key Orchestra, and Mrs. Frank Webb gave an analysis 'I rooms radio and victrola are being FOR Coat ,.
during. the intermission a floor of technical points in an plans were made for the .April sought for.uee In the club room '
allow was staged under the direction lanes painting of which each one'; luncheon meeting to t*' held at she says. > All, teats tested tr apprendbr !
1- of Sgt Harry Larkin veteran present bad a email copy. .Mr. the home of- Mrs. B. E. Gatlin In The Florida Keys Orchestra: state' a .
I showman stationed at Home- Ralph Klngman read BnpWiUng's Miami. played for the dance on Thursday ALFRED SUPPLY
+ f stead Army Air Field. '. "Fn* Llppo Llppl". Mn, Jones I Present besides those named evening. of last week, and Kings Hy. S blocks east of Krorne

.. Special guest were Mr, 'and gave her mother's Interpretatjpnof were Mrs Chas. H. Steftanl, Mrs
I.! Mr*. W R. Bird 1.11'1. Ruth Scott the colors found In her .garden,' Alva H. Grouse, Mrs Lester Doan
\" Miss Virginia Stewart, Miss Allle and Mrs.-A. L. Burgreen told ;:1 I I 4>d Mrs. Ben Archer, members,
: !C I Ferguson, Principal B. M. Hind.f the use of color and design atxl little Zeus Burgreen. GEO.S.O'KELLCandidate] .

; ; ( man frank L. Mcllwaln and Sgt
r, Bernard proslse PRIZE WINNERS ANNOUNCED FOR ANNUAL
,1 The Bamboo Tavern catered I
l'' f tar the dinner which was served REDLAND DEMONSTRATION CLUB EXHIBITThe for e

under the direction of Mrs W. .'
: annual exhibit of the Red A-hum, Mis Carter j
; :X. Rheney, Junior room mother
j ;; ty 18 girl' of the ninth grade who land Home Demonstration Club j Cotton dress made of thrift,
: 1\\ :wore white ruffled blouse and was held Friday when the following material: M-s. Mahan Garment, Legislature
prize winners were announced knitted of reused wool Mrs.
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: Pratt Costume accessories: Mrs.
f, The Calendar Carter Mr*. Brannon,
Green vegetables (more than + Grcup One
three varieties Mrs. D. M. Bran- Italian clay Mrs. Brannon ?
----1 I non. Mrs. M A. Baker. Mrs Seymour Shell jewelry Mrs. Carter Mrs
j Dane. Papaya: Mrs. Bran- Brannon. Hooked work, Mrs.
Apr. Meeting of B.P.W.C. at non Mrs. E. A. Carter. I Pratt
S Articles made of -tropical materials Resident of Dade
home of Mr*. Herbert Katz. I Strawberries or mulberries; ,
t{ Apr. Coverd dish luncheonof Mrs. Brannon, Mrs. W. D. Mahan. : Mrs. Brannon More than
South Dade Garden Club at Non-citrus fruits: Mrs. Mahan. tWo articles made of sacks: Mrs County 34 Years
borne of Mrs. O W, Calkin at Citrus fruits (more than three Brannon. Crtpe paper work: Mrs
12.30. I varieties): Mrs.; I Mahan. Brinnon. .
Apr. 5-Meeting of Redland, Marigolds: Mrs. Brannon. Cuti A demonstration of soybean
Neighborhood Club at home of I Bowers Mrs. Charles Pratt !flour was given by Mrs. J. B,: T j l Your rote. and support r
Mrs. Ralph Ktagman. I Rows: Mrs. Brannon. HcSlroy: and Mrs Mahan exhibited -|
Apr S- Meeting. of Legion I I I Canned fruit: Mrs. Carter and cannedshredded coconut will be appreciatedPaid
;Auxiliary at I p. m. Mrs Mahan (tied); Mrs. Carter, and canned coconut milk.
< ,+ Apr. 10-Evening meeting of and Mrs. J. D Wysong (tied).! The club planned to present a I ( ,Political Adv.)
Monday Music Club with Mr*. Canned tomatoes: JAf*. Wysafig. stunt and to make tags for the
Bam J. Davis. Mrs. Carter and Mrs. Mahan. annual county achievement /
Apr. 19-Rotary Ann night. of Canned beans (plain): tentatively set for May 4 in cIa'// ,- .
Homestead Rotary Club Wysong Canned beans (brined Itdmi.
.... Mrs. Wysong. Canned mltceI'antOUI Bull
NEW BUSINESS CIRCLE: vegetables: Mrs. Mahn.Mrs. MRS. CRAWFORD HOSTESS teulM tae MM KIKUt A._hin.nJ 39e CREAMS
TO MEET WITH MRS. PAUL I Carter, TO JENNIE LOBDELL CROUP VIOLET CERIITE M cream.I .
The newly formed business 1 Canned meat chicken, .. Mrs. Ridley. Crawford was ..MaIIHNR
/women's cirri of the W.M.U. of' food, Mrs. Mahan. hostess Tuesday evening to the
the First Baptist Church of Emergency meal exhlbcanned I Jennie Lobdell Circle of the Wom 9u [REfl1' oSek ilia limectsRegvier
Homestead will meet Mondayevening / ( tomatoes, beans, mea an's Society of Christian Service
of the Fin Methodist Church of
at I o'clock at the home fruit, one non-acid vegetable,
of Mr*. A.'E. Paul. { l : (trickle or relish) with menus: Mrs. !Homestead Miss Lobdell directed Ise on RaQI't
Officer of the group are Mrs.IW .'r(Mahan," the mission study "Singing" a 2 HeHrM JjrHHI LOTION lougheotj (kin. 47c
$ , T. McConnell ): Mrs. J. A. Rothertam and Others present were: Dr. and
M 3 R. Done,, secretary" Mrs. Ocle ,
Waters treasurer;' Mr, Paul!Mrs. Brannon Marmalades and Mrs. O. Sewell Palmer, Mrs Geo. 5er A&e!
'
Mrs Ol> Wright, Mrs.
program chairman; Mr*. H. E.!preserves. Mrs. Brannon. Citrus Estell a E10. 21 e .
Robert McLeroy, Mrs. Dave Williams e
Bouldln social chairman; and products (more than two varieties .
Jrf.... L. B. Crantford, counselor. ): Mrs. Rotherham. *>t Vles Mrs Gilford Deardon Mrs ASPIRIN gse iaa .
1 The group was organized at the and relishes (more than two varieties Lloyd Field Miss Mary McNeil] coin S81UERT

tome of Mrs. J. L, Kulp In Feb ): Kn. Wysong Mrs. 'Bran- and Misses Helen and Antoinette too. is'a" a
The other member non and Mrs. Carter. i Moye. TABLETSrotvanUtfofkeU
ruary. are will meet Apr. 14at CORN Plus.
Mrs Paul and Mrs. Sh..",. Bread: Mrs. Rotherham. Plain The group
rolls: Mrs. Rotherham. Fancy I .the home of Mrs. Nat Lease, A aches sad minor tauua- Eq. a 1e )in"
of COMMON
1 Ill USE CLUB CANNING rolls: Mrs. Carter, Mrs. Rother, colds.Ut Balm FOOT 11191010
KITCHEN AND EQUIPMENT ham. Coke made with honey or, O M's mesa CNOItl 19.Ae& C.
1 The canning kitchen and equip other such substitute; Mrs. Roth- 9
y f neat of the Homestead Horn Try U. When You M
Demonstration Club was used by of Christian Service ot the First!
i 118, person 'during the past Methodist Church of Homestead.'! A_ Haircut or ,
month. Mrs. Oeo Allen, caretaker Bible reference were used by I Shave -tv
reported at the meeting of Mr*. Palmer to supplement the ,
the club Yow doctoi'i bncrlp4KM fa u Impontm -... +
4 Friday In the Future ,. ?
Nsireet lit onto, U is imperative rhar you follow this
Farmer clubhouse on N. Krome Present were: Mrs. H.1. "
order la the met oowing order 10be ; .
..ve.rw.. member and 14 non. enburg. Mr*. Ceo.'T. Brand-j 1RIa" III ( letter is also the rote at he Recall I
t I members used the equipment in O L. Showalter, Mrs. slisnesi Mislay_ lit Prescription DrptnaMM. , .The Retail
their own kitchen, and 10 canning liams. Mr*. Casper William and Skating" JH..Itate4)_,_._ 78e9b" double-theck Sftmn gesraarees that every
class: members, even clubmembers Mrs jr. M. Tnl"'" I lie mtcnpfioa i| illtJ exactly u fewteViciorha
and IS ordweiL MOMMCT, only pace, fink
non-member
lit Ing rulena pmJttCti of Indtng Bhirmreucinl *-
tiwd the club canning kitchen she racial m eaafac erect an ixra bjr me
aid. Facial Pack ?",,........ 75eGsbtaatlaa Recall pharmacist
CHOWDERBAR.
M 'A sealer for No. 1 can has been F&AAL.-.z. lie YOU CAM RUT ON toot
added to the kitchen equipment lFeisde : III
A exhibit handicraft .. . ,
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sewing ::,
Me
MesUche Trim_____'
and canned IISCRI TION SlRVICE
good was staged HE-MAN CONCH CHOWBCR
at the meeting Friday. The
next
GIVES .TOO
-vat. MOOR,
.Meting will be held at ':30 am BUSH'S
AND YraeurChHi
t Y Friday, Apr. 2*. t.aef. I'kiter

,;} -.. PALMER-t'ONDtcn'.W.a.c. ,, ,Steak, Chops SIMP I
.. ,III W. E.: SecenM4 Aveule '
.. STUDY MEETING
1 JIM fl .. II I r *k Je** e_ I
rod; e atu-y on "The Problem of :MIAMI fl. JI4" f '
ree H sad'H l ,
wflarta. .* 4,tttpeheoa meeting'Asedisyol e., t .
the Woman'* Society: - .-.. .- 1. -
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CARD OF THANKS . I
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,, The committee of the South I
Dude Bleed Beak round-Dp KLKCT CLASSMED ADVERTISING

label to express Its appreel I I
t< !
lion to all those to ,nberswhq

{fork part In the round-u>t>n is the result of leadership RATE Ftrat insertion lOc a lib*, subsequent insertions
I
hit Snadar. Se a line

.. f. LYNCH ehalmun. I initiative, experience ...

FRANK D. UPCHURCH FOR RENT. LOST
_
ROLLER SKATE I SJ7S IN BILLS tied la bundle
I he those 8OO'4S.Dd Jte.eaOD-
proven possesses putm U.
IN COMFORT lost In Homestead or on Overaval -
able r In hot water and bow.
I He will lead Florida to Rd. within S miles aouth.
alma Hot.l. Florida) av.I .
era Liberal \'*rd. J. R P,'pe.
In Tit* U II ** p. M.
**, i a greater future
(mJ4U)
u....... ___ .w pN. Ica I FOR SALE --- --- --


ROOM house plus until apartment PERSONAL
Venetian FRAME D. You Can Defeat M
In rear Lot lOx ISO ft. So.
V Vam VPCBVRCn Krom ay. (Key West highway), FRtlC U Excess cW causes jrou

Skating Rink GOVERNOR P.IWeal....Paid loo k, Mead 01...... I Homcatctd UghU water, sewer pain vl Stomach Ulcer. InrtlcetUoa -
Writ) Box A-I... care Lt dcrCnierpriMt Heartburn Btlchlntv
lfDI'tWNQ Bloating Nauaee Oa Path
Priced exceptionally ft fret wmpl, Udfia, atBrown's
I low (pmJl .
Pharmacy. (pT
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A RIAL BABQAIN
WANTED

1-ROOM HOUSE oa plot fronting

I'' 1M feet ou 8. Krocn iv*. and I WANTED ape Butcher' helper,,
100 feet oa Lucy at. (Horn.
I blond or brunette. Good pay
I' tecd-Florld. City lint). Lights, for willing worker. WoUam *
wttcr, .tw.r.ja. Price unbelievably -
Kendrick. (pmll.
Half-Holiday Closing low. SM owner on

I premJM, <2i S, KIOIM ave. WANTED Secretary: .

I (Key West highway, or uddrettTtt 1 Full time
bookkeeper.
I. Homestead. (pm31) ,
'k steady position. Apply

) NOTICEA.A 1931t"MitDS coup New in own handwriting.P. .

: paint, radio teat ovtn. Tint 0. Box 86, Homestead -
,rood. Inquire Art, Paint Shop.
(rogl)
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WANTED TO RENT-In Horne>,
Starting Wednesday April 5 the undersigned FQI iY.JAIEBllck: cocker spaniel stead, oneor two-bedroom
Phone Homestead
,A:: puppi| i. house or garage apt. by couple

,I'751-4-1. (m31) that hat been resident here 1)

grocers will begin observing half- FOR SA.LE-a beautiful mixed month.. Phone S during bull

I I whU: hair bull terrier puppies pen hour_

holiday'closing on Wednesdays until further I'' "Z months old: Mother fox Wri M PIANOS wanted. Highest price

I i, ,/ifler pedigreed Females 15, paid. Any style or a... Braun.

i>|janales. $8. Mn, Geo H. FlUI Piano House, .380.NW. Tth SL,
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notice.. :" I< Patrick' Nannja rd 528W-1 (tf) Miami_(d nUt

;YOUNG t JeTMyCuemney milch WANTED: Ducks, 50 a week, ISo

: cow with 6-wcek-cld haUer I II Ib. Rt.'i Box 201 Jomfll..d.

;. FRANKLIN GROCERY . i i'I I i" S hofpiul U Oickintoh Hamectead.ft across. from 11 11i WAXTE& Repiilr work, 4

i buUdlnc lament work. roofing.
I H ,; ", E TROPICAL TREES: e!I iI .1 etc llth Hour Mission Box 40.

HOMESTEAD GROCERY : 1 I 1\ .nal1\tntal. palms4Phone CeI.I. Homettetd (dlOIlI

'' I kits. bU-\\',::2""t. tl'. of Florid I
144)I reed gro\"es with .,r wlthgut
<< : Ct, -1 j23tf
.f WOLLAM & KENDRICKs 4. hornet 3 prospects waiting

Jr '' '' 'I !o. E-RO\V ,.Potato Dagger f.'i Prop roe: a postal or fall J K.
: s Com. S24 3, Miami at try fir-
,'".: pewee take oft Frank H. Br- |I
J.twt'ker. I till-till I I pent Bevtne charge.
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NOTICE' or 'APPLICATION V'.. IMi. wklrk h DM lit day o( Man1M4. e..4 w.. N ft same .t 1. :
rot TAX near Usl.s. add CrelS.w. : .1d.e.ed I. !III.
PIN M.. I7M4' Vata tliU IM tt ., H.nk. I.... so.aedl.e t law. ... ..... GROWERS
(MOTtCI II HrREBY GIVEN that L ... LIATHKRMAN.Clark d Mrlto4 ........ trill to MM ASSOCIATE :
LOTEft I. CAUDELL, holds m -'__ of ClrKfc Caart .* kidder M the Court H I.
ti sirs d Miami Ta OnlftaU. Hmm- Da*. CMMlf: IlorMa. the tint MoWir lot UH '" Kendall'Fla.A
hand MM ..ami dated IM m day Clarets Cart sal ll... vhM. Ito M 4w W I': Phone Miami 48-2100, -
t9f 4wM A. D. ,.... .... tM MU son BrL.lt JOHNSON D. C. Dew tkU n.4 day *l ..
1ffIoa. t* mr lilt.... .*< .... lade W ... H. II. Apr. t. 14 lllNOTICI .> "cs.LE: .
IIoIIIiM tar tax a4 la law tkmaa I.,11- .
'k4 1 ....,dare wttk Low Said Oartlflaalai. D.. .. 'j. READY
......" the fuI....... -..- piwa.U Or Tr APPLICATION DEED OrnH 0-rt t..t l .
r .itaw N .... rot *y L. pi '
: ,_ cFs.rida'i Tile lUll Mm. 14. 1$. Apn t. 14 l 44 ;
W N<&|M U hereto fives that EJtailMthIhanaoa
BMr t. .MlWrW ,.... Plat iMlnM l Clip 1 Market :
fool. : haUrr u aM : Cash
Is> Pan O,' la the Clap of Miami, >. .. Tn .*rltfl..... Huaikfr I Well NOTICE OF r .
i raa.tf af Daa ..
ttttlla
af
'.; Florida daM Ik* Otis IV af July. A. D IMt kMM FOR TAX DIED
aaiaraaw) I. CrUflc.t* Na. MM TIN! ,... ..
MM CartlflMt. la ml "' one m N nut I
'Maamawiil .. sold -1 cede ... bai made apvlkatlo. for Ml stood 6W.o NOTICB 18 RIREHr :' ALL TIMES :
AT
aid CMltk.b .. : YOUR FRUIT
me U.k.e.. hoed use to the t"'erne In arvariiar* With few IUCV I. CARR toMw w I FOR
J v .1 Saw Cwtlffeat. MikraOT Ik. f.inwta.w.Ht City W Miami Tat wrtlllmU.
(' /.Let U Btork .. Mildest. Park. < ..4 .r.st..uu.td la !> *. Gastp. ll.lt 11(11 II II 4 sad ..J
.J !(. Pu ... I* Ik. City at .. .. FfarM. w.wltlIx 4th ta .f Jab. A. D. :
t-wy. at Data. sated FtorfcN, .. *m. I, Block II. W'.011.. Hal std C.rtISc.M .. W fill.. ,I : PERSIAN LIMES-ORANGES
l Ie C.M/fi.le If.. nil TIM Rat 14 Page M III tfct City af Miami lads .,..'louse Ow Ism 1 .
l /-7,..:' -:..np.Ay -::' the Coasts, af ...... Sat '"f norUa. ttoma .. MMIWIIIM with Ii :
_.." we. 1. car TW .* ate .- aaiarUK Certtar.to .MihiMa oM _* : OTHER CITRUSA
1 ..
Certificate. bead wal In the MM rito situated hi ) I
qOalp ate e.u,..... ...n be we.Rodin .4 U.k...-. UBlaw wM fertlflaiM. tan IT. ...*..>. to wttl UII.
to ..... tae dead will to rtlnml -,.. w> .... ... *. Lat III, stark 1, Twatftk .
j. A.4ro D. th.n.m .. the .... dy 01 II.,. will ia. that**! .. kt Ilk a>r af April. Mat IMo I. ru K .la Consistent With The Market !
law FsJr Price aIT
A. Ik IMt.D.M MtoaM. Omnrtf MM., ttaW II. .
Doty chit oath fkr at 111.11i A. D. the M *w d M 6 B. I, tKATHMaUN TIN .err_ 01 sold is.. : . . . II .
. .
: LRATIlre"MChwM Clark af ClnraM Cart,. UM MM CtHtflrat Mead .! . B . . !_
r..wr.Cl.rltl Baa. 0... f. ftarU memo 01 u.._.. j I
I a.Da ePIorWo.. CbnM Cast ..... Lat 14. Stores ,. Txvirtk : 111.1.11WIT111,vim] Inl
.' Court N. 0 rn &MTT, D. C. Plot Soak .. tan M. I* I
?. ... Apr Ib'.....G, l1'I"l'IT..' /. Cor. ,(II... S.14.b. W. II. IM4__ MlaMl Closely af IkM. (taM <1
to 14.1 II. It<<. M ...hmced to OM/test. Ns. ORANGE
', Korirt roB AW ITATIOHrO ..1ea.wMd am 1 and GRAPEFRUIT
fi"OTIC' ........ ,
or Apr.,""'Oil rpa TAX KBCklXir vM Mead WM to -
Act W IMI thkaaw. ; ji
of
TAX Data IM1I fatal
: n-, t-A W INI :',, rib A" '*' O.C. l(. Perk I. t....lftk GROWERSWe
"Ii" & 'Nt Hn-nCH III NKKKtV OIVKN art MM .* (. rw M. >, ,
.' _1I01'1c1l" RF.RL.Y GIVEN Ih.lM IHATTUCK InMrr I* Tours W NrrlkMtwif II....... C a*" oe no.... Bf-t*
w 'w: Eat.a h.id-r 01 Te.0 d T.."Ortlftr.W J<.. M ... .., M MkwH kl 0 taV-t> N. )
1telt . ,., .... pick pack and sell your fruit.
h 104.7 Tom V CoM/fN.t N.. in bMM the ftk lv d Aw A. D. IUItkWMO. ,
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......... 1W 1-4 4b. ., ......... A. D. .... 0144 a._ a or aMoo. and wu.4..p.tiretp1 *>U rvrtHhala *WM wn hi
; ;.... Mrs lot ... ad.pI fur a Me 4.1 a Mhee.f 01 tichsa.104 .... \ ""We It. *.
.
do
soy .. not buy
... .. l..un ,I. a. ded .... CntlfloMHi o.Ihp M p- ,.,... .. .. ,
a
, .u 441, '"-'- do.wa.l. Said CrrtlaVJilA" ... the toll_ 4r.rrlkr/-'to Plot P..h IL ....'Ia. M ... '
.'! ..... !1r 1dkwtn "...- -- It* Taw 01 North 11- c.-c .f M04.4. C..r w of ndr, .a.- '
t "'Cw.tp d bads, sate 01 DW* Fat Silver
t.Nl lie )H Kuk. tr 14. D'.r1R' M. lass alw4ir )O..h..I. lUrtio, U 'Te wiuH)> M 4..sh. lee.. .'4e tM. rte d1-tl4.wa ...
Addlthe, .,oft-% Mat' Peak 4t EMI, Put Brnk II. Ttn 111, H tto, the per a 1J-tat .t. /\'o-oI'WTIVJ:
1a. r_ It.,. ....... 10.04. T.ww Taem ft V.rk MIMii. County .r """'.. 1'-,p.4. r..+tw-w ... .j : Orom -ovned, Ratrot
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tf:'H 0 ..... 11.- M z-. ..-.lea,*._ of ,fVrMkvtt u'wk.an.i 4. 'a.i.w4.w d.r.r4 .-....., Ht -... '
;:e-f, MoMh Mbqle cagty. at .Da44i i {
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f; .,..; :, ",, 3..H':;: !:"clad Mm *TiIf. a. MrCr.rlr.' tfut'ua, -a". Aar. .< .*.u. Itunmer Dries .
. ". e.elne.t. "we N the 1r.I'I 11. Pate ri II .a KHS: .f 4101.5 .".. I
wi'J.h. Lyon N 5"N. t.- Te.lw4' U *.,,. bapHGrt.tw .It. ... I.i Mime 362-J-3 'w )J. crow.M.r '.
. I oWl! .. _j! IW* a. .Pw III. hi th* I' rMk ,
> a.ord a".. W leas, the I t-tn North Miami O nt* W IMto .. Dad. (' |

: .e d.rrlhy....... h14dp th..etea M-tMr-III'lase M .W n ma to d.the,.,I 1=:" -pro, MM:r": ::==. > Ofr 014 I I f Onwll, -Comet Br awl I.-A, 10"" i'

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I !I Farm Labor Supply Center which' Mr*. John Cook of Miami was were Mr*. Alton Harne, Mrt
[III under the direction of Mr*.: a Sunday guest of Mr*, tonnleCreacb. Paul Robinson, Harry Cromwell
:1 In and JlroundHomestead :, Ocella Scarlelt, & N. 1 and Elmer Taylor, Jr, *U of

: | )I,. A. I, Yaacay of Atlanta: Petty Officer 1-4 Cleo wagoner "o
+ ''I. a house guest of her ton-to- of Ft Mjren visited relatives her MRS. WAGNER
i'low and daughter Mr. and Mr* over the week-end.

I ; i' B. F. King. (Continued From Page One)
I Mr*. J. M.. Teagarden of Midland JAMES AlCim SMITH home In Redland tor the past 11yean.
I Height, Pa.. la visiting rela'Uvet HOSPITAL NEWS She was an active memberof
i. ( In Homestead and Naranja. Silver Palm Methodist Church
I Mr*. W. K. Walton who will days with his father, Edward: Carol Anne, a teveft-pound I and served aa, president of' the
, leave Apr 4 for Hendertonvilla, Kaachel.Mrt. FLORIDA CITYBy daughter was bora to Mr. and Woman'l Society of Christian Service
t N, C., hM leased her home m I I W rrM Sevyrt Mr*. V. VT. Bethea of Princetonon I taught a Sunday school claaa
i I N. Redland rd. to Co!, and Mrt. Herbert Kate visited In I ISe. Mac 21 la James Archer Smith I and was a member of the choir
B. H. Merchant CoL Merchant Petersburg from Friday till Hospital and of the Young Woman' Fellowship
\ \ li commanding officer of Home- I Monday with her ton and dauh.I .I Mr. and- Mr*. Harry Degler of i Sgt and Mr Salvatore Cardln Croup. She war also a
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( stead Army Alt Field. I ter-in-law, Mr. and bins, Lesttt Key; West visited Mrs A. B. of Homestead art parent of a I member of the Monday Music
I Mercereau. Chapman this wee I aeven-pound IX-ouace ton, Robert Club.
7 il Mr, and Mrs. Joe. C. Johnson I Charles Becker of Key West Sal born on Mar. 28. .I Redland school, closed yeater.
\ have bought the Francis J. Brady Dr. and In. A. M. Logan and visited his mother, Mrt. Charlea Medical patients this week: day will re-open at 11 an. today,
residence at Francis rd. and SlIt I ton, John spent the week-end: In
.Miami with Mr Becker, last week.
Logan't brother.
vest Palm dr. where they are matIng :-
'" their home, Mr. Johnson It ,in-law and titter, Mr. and Mrt I Cpt and Mrs. W. A. Adam of :
a civilian implore at Homestead John Osmundson Miami spent Sunday with Mr.n A VETERAN KNOWS
t
Adam' parent Mr. and Mr*. W.
\ Army Air Field. Mr. Brady hat Sgt and Mrt. Robert Cad were ,
: moved to Could*, guettt Sunday .* Mrs Cast'sParents. &M18'IIiMI.
f Wilbur L Archer of JacksonVille Mr, and Mrs Ivan Moaer. Mareen Houston of Miami WIlT 1M MEANS
wa a week-end fut of Miss
visited In Homestead Tuesday -! A grand** of Mr. Clara Stead Tinkle Shcllty.Frank .
.Tnt war veteran, farmarkualstate -
and Wednesday with his
Petty Officer Jack Birdaetl, USN..
brother and llster-ln-law Mr. and .who.ha served ta Newfoundland Snow visited friends inOrlando man, knewa aa you dot
M.... Ben Archer. Mr. Archer. will be transferred to Miami last'week. Mat aeae* arlt Jolt worries'
wh If head of Western Union's Bear early. In April. He 1* now I Mr. and Mrt?C. Maheney.lttt He hat MOVIN he can "lve'
credit accounting tenter for the an leave at his hem in Washingc. -* Saturday for their home n Mar. that >r..."
ttale of Florida, was winding up ton, A lanna, O.
a vacation Spent partly la Key John E. i Mn. Page Atwater of. Miami ELECT IMNtlT ft.GRAHAM.
Phay iupervisiagprincipal
West with his parent Mr. and was a Sunday guest of"Mr, and
i Mr*. Ceo. F. Archer of Lake placid high Mn. Roy Chandler.
achoota, was a week-end guest W
J. r. Rhodes awatalned a broken Mi brother-in-law and titter, Mr. I Miss Eunice Stanford plaitedS
, arm Monday while attempting to and Mr*. K. A. Roberta.Mrt. . 1-c and Mra. i. B. Adamt-'of-
r crank an automobile. :Miami last week: <
GOVERNORWANTED
Fern Thomaa, as : A. C Stanford and ton, Austin i
+ Ceo. Soonlchaen I* tarieutly ..,.
T. arrived from Palmetto to help left Sunday for a abort'visit!f rariaer......
111 In Dade County HoapHal. operate the clinic at the Redland 'with relatives fat Athena, Tenn.
i Mr. and Mrt. W. D. Coker and
f Mrt. John T. Martin .returned'
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yesterday from Wauchula where;, -
they went Tuesday to attend the,
funeral of Mr. Coker'i brother. I

I Mrt. Vernie Rohrer of Miami#
pent Sunday at the borne of Mr., ,
and; Mra. James C. Vann and Mr.I ,,
and Mrs, Ivan Moaer, Mra.I IRohrer : .
\ !
I* a titter of Mrt Vann

I and Mrs. Paul Moaer.Z. Camp left tor her j jMrt. !I I r TRAINMEN!

home in Washington, D. C., Tuesday -{ AND SWITCHMENApply
after a two-week vlalt with; .
.J Mr Camp't mother. Mra. Ch.I.i

W. Camp.' Mr. Camp, for whoaej t tI' in letter to Trainmaster's Office Florida East
, health the Florida vacation was person or by ,

taken middle, will of April remain tier till the l Coast Railway, at Miami or New Smyrna Beach, whichever is most


Friday Mrs. S.from U Dickinson Hurtiboro returned, Ala,I convenient do not apply by telephone. If applying by letter,

where the attended a family state age, resent employment and physical condition. Not necessaryto
union held In honor of the
coming from China of her n-I have had j previous railroad experience. Thereis no age limit for
er, Capt Frank E. Ferrell.
route home, Mr. Dickinson experiencSPrailroad men provided they can qualify otherwise.
ed her pen, Bill, who It a seaman I
m
second clttt at the Jacktonvllle
er I .
Naval Air Technical

Center. .
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Arthur Kaachel of Lot Tralnln&1
recently; visited here for

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F -.-..... to ... ........... REDLAND
Vase GLASSESMI Mtf ......... W _. BRAND. FERTILIZERS'


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