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||South Dade Pub. Co.
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||April 7, 1944
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||Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
||Ben Archer, editor.
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Blanchard Group to Drill for Oil
fit; r I'd At Richmond! ; Testing Cape Area u
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1(Shortened Oversea: Road RMOGIST SEES
: .' WIll Be Opened May 13 iCTIONS 15, YEARS' ,OLDm
the official opening of the 12S. .' RED. AMARYLLIS FOR EASTERBY TRUE AT TRAIL WELLS
mil1 Oversee Highway, which
'cut by 'JT miles the old route ANNIE MAYHIW FITZPATRICK "
.from Florida City to Key West,
will be ,held Saturday, May 13. Plat red 'amaryllis on your altars Let their scarlet splendorBe Reopening of City Pool After II yean, the,faith of Wm
I when ribbon will be cut ilmultancously your red badge of courage, honoring boys young and slender Scheduled for Apr. 15 O. Blanchard, Miami geologist,
at both entries..Jpoljril that oil underlie*.a good part of J
'. ,few strip of roadway out bloody battle fields today, that you.may have the right Preparatory to opening the South Florida seems'close to real.Uatlon. .
nav* yet' to be crowned, rolled To worship is you pleas and when and how. Save your lilies while municipal swimming pool Apr. .
and oiled to complete the project IS, Manager Art McKee was Instructed sIn .
for the simple ceremonies In Til peace shall rise again and the downtrodden one may say, Monday night by the an Interview yesterday, Mr.
city council to estimate expensesfor Blanchard staled that oil and \
which Governor Speturd L. Holland gas
"We, too may worship as we please again". Happy Easter day.
Writ Johnson, chairman (If having pool thoroughly are showing in the Everglades '
the auto road department and ctoaned No. I well drilled to a depth of '.
other!ipate. state The dignitaries official party will will partic arrive DILL IL BASIIOR Cold Snap Approaches the Cordon light tvey and, water superintendent plant, was of 1,134 feet' by Wm. O Blanchard :,.
in Key West on the after. Record Low for April authorized to connect to the city and Associates at the corner of
noon of May 12, and that nigh system ,th* drains and the bathhouse bad, Collier and Monroe coun- "
DIES IN 1T The mercury' to 44 degrees
e banquet will be given la their sewage main which have tie*. Work I I. beginning also on
honor at La Concha hoteL Wednesday Thursday been accoraodated by septic tanks.A .
comet close to the district's low a second well west 01 nnhmondNaval
proportion for refinancing,
'will Two take Florid the Motor governor's Line busses HOME IN GOULD I for April St degrees on Apr 7" the'city bond IndcbUdneH! ; submitted >>- Air Station, or nine milessnorth -i,
partyand 1931 according to the Subtropical by Atwlll and Co. of Ml- and six miles east of Home ; \
County Key stead, which Mr Bianchsrd's firm ]
official for a survey of the highway Dill Emmett Bashor, 49-year* Experiment Station. amt JIG.c110'11 referred to City' owns In partnership with the MI. 1
old and packing house Attorney Ira Haycock with Instructions
which has been termed the grower ami Shipbuilding Corporation, \
eighth wonder of the world. Theelimination operator died at his home In |o ask the company to "
of all wooden bridges Goulds some time Wednesday THREE KILLED I write the council in detail about Two yean ago the Blanchard ',\
j ,and almost all curves, has resulted night while sleeping His death the plan. company was granted by the.kUl i
In the creation of a practically was discovered Thursday morning 24 ARE INJUREDIN The destruction by lire of the all right to submerged lands 1
straight roadway from upper when he failed to rise at the I abandoned house at S. W. Firstave. along the Florida Keys, It' has J
Key Largo to Key West usual time.Funeral and Sixth si was reported (Continued on Page Four) ;
services will be held It TRUCK CRASH bo t Fire Chief R E. Sherard. ,
I Other March blazed reported were I Fuchi Gins City Crfpy S
i I p. m_ Sunday In Silver Palm '
AREA EXCEEDS Methodist Church with Turner Three Bahama field Worker (Continued on Page Two) Of Historical Document "
Funeral\ Home In Charge Tf arrangement \
were killed outright and 24 were A handsomely framed n by 28-
$390.; 00 QUOTA sent to Dade County Hospital TOMATO YIELD Inch reproduction of the Declaration ,
Mr, Btrthoi leaves: -hi* wife. fof treatment of injuries as the of' Irfdependenc has boon '
the former Mils Effl Hennlngton, result of the turning over of a I
presented to the city of Homestead
FOR! RED CROSSSouth whom: he married: Irt 111171 two \
Florida time and Avocado Grow TQPS LAST YEAR ay Chas. Fuchs of South Miami
Marie 19 who will '
erf truck on Moody drive at former Homestead councilman |
Dade exceeded by 137.38 irrive home today Duke Naranja between S:30 and 9 a. Mr Fuchs president of Holsum 1
., Its iti University, where she Is L: student m. Sundayj As far as cart, be BY 995 CRATES
.;. $3 000 quota the one-month Bakery, has been invited by Mayor -
+! and and
Myra /sae a
; ascertained, between 28 and 30
Bed Crot drive Vhifch closed Apr. T J. Harris to attend the Y
J. reports Mr*. E. J. Dyal, chairman ,. (Continued. on, -Pai. *, .two) men were riding In. the truck Al of Mar JT; shipment of tomatoes council meeting of Apr, 17 Vmake ?'
''Ml ] which was driven by an American formal
in the area between FlorIda a presentation of the .'
This I* the only division In Mrs. Geronimo AppointedLocal negro Willie Brown City and Fort Pierce exceededby [IfL A similar reproduction has r,
.the.county which did exceed Its WAVES Recruiter Constable Frank Irwin and 995 carload the entire season's been given by Mr Fuchs to the ;>.
Quota." said Mrs. Dyal, "and I Peat Justice Sid U Kendrick, shipment of last year report city of Miami. .,
Area workers and donors may feel Mr. _Wm. J. Oerontmo president called to the scene of the accident County Agent Chss H Stet-
justly proud." of the American.Legion. warmly praised the cooperation la.\l!: Lynch: Addresses Fruit 4,
Solicitors working with Mrs. Auxiliary has been appointed I of the medical detachment '
Despite this and th* fact that
Grower in Palm Beach
Dyal were Mrs. J. It. Brooks volunteer WAVES recruiter for at Homestead Army Air Field good prices prevailed until the :,
Mrs Wm. tounsbury, Mr, a W. Homestead, ,and ,has available which dispatched! two ambulances middle of January, farmer here a J Lynch, horticulturist at 'i
Calkins, Mrs. C. T. Harper Mrs. complete Information on the and two Jeeps, complete with
had a poor season, n* said The the Subtropical Experiment Station l
Roy Darby Mrs. Jack Jackson WAVES program and all necee> stretcher .bearers and other at. Influx of tomatoes from Mexico talked Tuesday night to a
Mrs Eugene Fontaine Mrs. Green wry form for completing applJation tandaftt, to transport the dying and from the west toast of Florida gathering of 12S tropical fruit ai
Rives, Mrs. Frank N. Irwin, Mrs. M enlistment Mr*. Oeonlmo And tile Injured. Other went car- W depressed prices that WHIM growers( in West Palm Beach
jFredcrlck R. Weber. Mr., A. F. nay be contacted at the (Cominuea Page Two) packing houses suspended Optra Mr. Lynch outlined the QII&.
Arthur Mrs. Oeo. W. :Turner. Mrs. :Legion Hall on & Krotne. 'a**., or lions aver the pt week-end. blinks of growing such fruit a*
Joseph, Mltterer. .... A. W. 1 b" calling telephone 7J. I FARMWORKERSBEG1N+I The market was quoted Yesterday the avocado mango and papaya f
.. 9recH Mr*. J. F. Hafmnett Mrs. In accepting the appointment, at from II to I).M by manager tn that area, and throughout Tuesday -
U* 4 Diets; Mrs..Lewis OrlnthaU I mad by Chief Alvin C. Bailey of C & Phillips of the Florida and Wednesday in coltebora-
(Continued on AM f'tIooJ (Continued on Page Two) ANNUALNtttfflitNTREK City State Farmer MarketIf lon 'with County. Agent M. V
. .gonttnued,, this week' cold Mounts, helped /rUt,grower to 1
"Te'lred : spell should prolong the Season work out thelr'VjndMdual "pr..o-
I; P rntwr Service Marker IM -
I untilMay". tfr. SUffMil aald I tern ,
Can GrtuiMte Mnnfikipal Light Plant ,
labor Brisk'transfer to other area of Bahama I* reportedby farm ''Wilf 1 i Leave Something'Worth While.' :]
A, permanent honor rollmemorial It was greed to erect monument Menage Roy 8. Utchned
for, R & nd District ,.,.,- I. similar to the county honor the Could, mobile camp. Post Engineer Tells Local Rotary Club .i I
'm.-r Joe Men spa women Will be erect roll to Bayfroat park designed by In one train shipment Saturday '
.i ea the munldyal i..wardCoder* of Miami and to the Belle Clad section At its annual election Wedne; secretary,, who is elected by the
the ground of -
Henry, Breaker. Jr, and c:, J. Ml worker were Included, and day noon In Legion Hall, tilt board.Opt.. .!
not plant, n was decided at ,'ParrnM were autbortied con. 1M Bald band ..rr* ,dispatched Homestead Rotary CJwb named i Tbos. B. Royal, a recent
a |Mig of,eoraanialty leaders sultjWlth"}(t. Coder a* to.tilt earMer in tile week to tilt Pahokte .9en Archer a*,ita preside n| and addition to the, Rotary Club1
r. ,FlH7' nagkt In,tkt*city hem ,, cost of such''n' boiwr roll to'*
E.' J. JfIIirmimr.< was elected I commodsto I approximately eight While MrlcuHural workers Mothers and George WakefUld talk In which lie told of his work
uWraaaq of the protect to take hundred name? tram tit*' Bnd Farm Labor *. director. They will take office a* post engineer at HonwcteadArm ,
: .to UN erf jr, lace D..Jtuehto ,Ap e4atm n| wu Made also of ..**$> Oawaw red.necroes (tees III July WMD tM board of iU- /' Air Field
,r vrlte tld ..... M Mfttltt CMtf; a.fimaaed'a"out eer. Max taaaat.cfjkin '.* HettMt4 '>*... camp also rectors will k* com )leMd by the In the' new army **t-..... the
...:... .tfc* 4M. el. tj ,M.. a ;Mr*. .J." r:'$...... *"' ........... ".......*twitjC Mil *' c *V..>,lBg.. president (fc, Bcmtwd.taHtbuni post-y;*'Tj has rw tloe
__;lIIj"""' ft MM.R, i1.d'med'8'4'Rueais. ....... t ......, ) and 'tb*, mcmtnt!f <........ III' Pala tow> R
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'Pa..e Two HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE April 7.1, ,
rw p ..
7 .. .. .. I Combined Choirsto: 'Present.Cantata
w OUR' MEN IN SERVICE In Perrine School on Easter Sunday I
... -tC << ".. ,_ I LThe cantata, "Lift, Eternal": D. L. James, Jr., baritone, and
pea presented at 11 o'clock Mr. Myer, tenor. Special numbers
1 Easter morning In the Perrine will be offered by the choir
Pfc. Albert Reitz, Veteran of Tarawa, 1 School, auditorium by the combined and, the congregation will take
choir of the Ferrine-Pet- part in two Easter hymn
Returned to San Francisco Hospital l I..... Silver Palm, and Princeton .
Methodist churches. The program Musical\ Program Slated I t
After participating! In the bat- board the name of CpL Henry will be directed,by C A. Gray For Easter at St. John' ,
tle of Tarawa nd other Pacific Dodson, ion of Mr and Mrs. J. and Mrs. Gray will play the accompaniment '
engagement, Pfc Albert Reitz, H. Dodson of and I A musical program will -be offend jt
USMC bs been returned to San that he planned HE up Aa Easter sermon "Life Etern; at St. 1'011IIpIJC' !; IIIl )
rrsnclsco for hospitalization forUlnee CpL Reltt told CroW al", Will be delivered .-by the Church' E ter""'morning at ,11o ,
*. furnishing him a room during a pastor theTer M. H. Myer, .and 'clock. Mr*. Julian' H. Webster ,
to a letter received Wednesday recent furlough and "even a the Scripture jeadln** will tw ft organist arid.rdirtor. Mrs. )" :
he by his said mother- .Cosh, Mr*.,Selma ifi hard Refits to, fountain pen!." . given by the'Rev.".Barley. Core:.i Win. ',Tanner will.... take. the 'so\o. ,) f ;
Vocal selection sell ; be given I part I
believe alter an we've been } 'Y '
through, that there are tuch nice Chti. Allen PopeCommission ... We by Mrs., G: C Slmms, sjto, Lt : .. I't.I''
thing left In this mn' world? : nsijit "
Keep your finger crossed M Fm*, Cha*. .AI1enrl'ope. ion of Mr. ,DILLE. BASHOR : 1Cootmisd.Brom. Page:One) P f 1
hoping to get lIome'oace .
Mo. 'Beit enlisted Aug.more 31. and Mrs. J. It Pope, Jpi ,been (Continued From r Page One) :; tour gras' fires,x ur! .trash, Are 111 I .. 1I ,
commissioned an ensign in the, and quickly ertlnguisbed fire in
142 and w.* lent ovene..1ftDemnber brother Ranten'Bashor.M youiliawho = a
of that yr. U. S. N.VJ'P II completion of 1* expected today.At ..a.oil tank ear: on 'the Seaboard ;t: t,
CpL Row Kelts Atbcrt'l brother midshipman training at Notre the time of his death Mr. al N. W. 11th at. on Mar 31. "'
Dsme"' Jnlversity tn Indiana. Ensign Eighteen of the 1. arrested '
who la with the army In Enf Bashor wa a trustee of Redland .e :
Pope hat been cent to WllUamsburg .la March were Judged
land, hat been released from the School, associate patron of the /
hospital after undergoing an appendectomy V*,, for advanced, Naranja-Chapter of the Order of, guilty and fine totaled $tOO, re- '11 Itl
training hi civil engineering the Eastern Star, and member of ported I Police Chief a H. Sulll'vsn. -
In. recent letter :
Into' services I IS, THE INCREASE:I
he wrote hit mother that lie hd Going December Palma Vista Lodge Ne. 205 Cash collection amounted *
'.veee vnr the Red; ,Cross bulletin, of ,1042.'ope JUsI.but one i F and A. M. of Naranja. He_had I to $370, *23 WM suspended..and THE MAN Ttm- t
.materof gradual ma from the served both as worshipful master $t wi served in JaiL The coat I
University .of Florida where he of Palma Vista Lodge and as .lof feeding prisoners...* $1650. SANDS WHO VOLW-I(
Glidden Made T-Scrgemnt specialized In Spanish and history' of TARTLY PLEDGE' (#.
worthy patron $
Naranja : f
At Homestead 'Air Field; In Before November being sent of 'IMS to',Notre he-received Deme, ter.Mr. Bashor was born In ChiP-I'I I I RED CROSS QUOTA :J JI +t PORT jr ,
Homestead Field, Apr f-S- V-1J training at the Ui*rslty of nessee but came a I (Continued From Pale One) if 1
Sgt Glenn D. Clldden, ion of Mr. Miami. Umatllla H* 4"bee .e residentof Mrs A. E Paul and Mr*. Frank 1 Frank D.j j
and Mr*. J. L. Olldden of Could. Could line 181JMRS. I Hathaway. : ;:
wa promoted to the rank of Brothers Meet In Italy Handling solicitation In the
technical sergeant, it WM announced I negro quarter were C W Mc-
by his headquarter recently Through Red Cross AidA GERONIMO ,Cullough, J. B. Same and Alec UPCHURCI
He I Is assistant sergeant Continued I McKinney who turned in 50.75 :
meeting of two brother :jn ( From Page One)
major at bate headquarter Italy was arranged by the American the Miami navy recruiting station 'mm the area.THREE. For :
Joining the army In July of 42 Mrs. Geronlmo well
:Red Cross when Cpl. A. J. Joins \ :
Glenn took his basic at Camp Ysncey was taken to a field hospital over 100 other prominent womenIn KILLED GOVERNOR 1 .
Standing Hi., and was aailgned near Anzlo beachhead where this state who have pledged lv
here In June 43 He wa awarded Pvt. James Yancey lay ill. Eachof their assistance to the navy In (Continued From Page One) '.. I"
the good conduct ribbon. the enlistment of rled In private can. r
the soldier, brother of Mr* young women.
Because belief the
Before entering the army, the Ben King of Homestead, knew Basic requirement for WAVES An inquest Into the cause of in '
technical sergeant wa secretary that the other ww in Italy but enlistment Include two year the accident will be held next MAN has inspired faith :-
to the head of the Hector Supply hid been unable to effect a meetIng of high school or business college week In the office of Judge Kend- in his PROGRAM.
Co of Miami for three yean. He until the Red Cross took a age limits from 20 to 36, and rick. .
played varsity' basketball for Red- hand. CpL Yancey was permittedto no dependent children ,Enlistees I The dead negroes are. Hilton, =':.;.D.: Yech .' .'
land High School and wa* graduated stay aU.night at the hospital. ire sent to Hunter College in New Rains, .NathanielVhyms "and El- ,
from the Southern Wlthr hi*-brother. York City for basic training .I kin tongle/ ,
Business University In Brothel'l'' : "
'HI* hobbies are ,_
swimming and boating. plans to return to Homestead
e e j i early In May t
Li John T. Godwin, bombardier * DIGNITY! DISTINCTION! DEMOCRACY
Sgt Ben Bechdol, who formerly .
,navigator, who I* taking combat '
training at Columbia, S. C.;, was made his home here With his In His Platform ''iif'
'ranted a short leave to be grandmother, Mrs T. C.: Selfert. . ; '
here with his brother, Barney arrived In Miami Tuesday nighton t
'Godwin, coast guard signalman furlough from Denver wherehe Judge J. Ollie EDMUNDS
t-e, who was home on, leave ls stationed with an army medical ;
after oversea service J. T. arrived detachment. Mr*. Seifert
Friday night and ten Tuesday Joined him in Miami and will
ttly le :
morning Barney remained visit for several day with her +
daughter, Mr. Lena BecbdoL
until Thursday. '.
. I To be guided solely by what I believe to be for the beat interest .If ,, '
Sjt. Carl Cravey of the army CARD Or THANK t :
of ancllll.tate."T. ,
engineer ha been my country -conscience dictate
sent Mrs. O, U Haynes and, family
and Mr*. Craves has .venn'f wish to thank their many|friends "'end not from motives selfishness.personal profit or.prestige. '
OUa, which I is near Camp for expression of kindness and
Tex. to return to the home of I sympathy shown In their recent To.ten.he.t.I know bow.from-motives inspired by'the \.
her parent In Fitzgerald Osu She bereavement. lei 0} great Christian principle which led to establishment of this "
aaat as rowuxax] YaaseetILVASN"r nation and which must be preserved if this nation is to sunk'e." 4;
: JWtt J. OLLIE EHHHS will serve hiastsie t;
with, dignity. He will earn the respect
r err ,'' 'of hit colleague in'Washington by sane, con.servative'iberalisnl ,
and. j 1
: gentlemanly presentation .
of all kilana and proWeras.JfME 1'::
J. HLK EMMHrtt win serve: his
! = state and nation with distinction'and diplom
All ry. No honor is so great, no personal gain. 6
i i '11)) ,') : !so.)tempting 'that he will devislo. from 1M !
,'r .'' Christian tthie L .which. 1..V8. .motivatedhU, I I iT
JJh.: T 4dtliri lm(.. : :
f ; 1 i I.. : ".
\ J4E'J. OILI EMrMtt will *en'. aLe I
\; 21. : = ...t <., great democratic principle whkb d to lh .
estahlitliment and prosperity,of die state and
nation. Hi* statesmanship in Washington will i f
li.LECT lit-r : be powerful influence toward ending federal
; PJlUL a waste and extravagance. Hi* .Jiplomscy wit '
.be needa..IJwtrrullnlfturIDlreeop1itiD.ornorrJa", )f" U a Soutlwrn.fimtleman; wlto*'',\."t UEAR JU'I J .E ElM UN'fts t
I' O'CONNOR t, 'respect' the feaAtlori limit history of' the 'I.. t13ipril; 7 ,:
;. :, ,. 'South. Ili,will get replrct for these ptutdples t.ttI ln iAli "l:15.p. III .
lit the S"+mAti or "Ie lsute.# SI<
c l' Sheriff:1; ; nOI'DA( WlU It M080 TO Ifht ITS. lIC'I'
JUDGE lire .tries Jl;
,hW rwrut.i i\pt.......4t i 1, J. OLLIE EDMUNDS UMfii RTATS IIIS4MOR ,
", +t+tilasaeaaa, .era'seaasaaxaawakt"lyee611110t(9f( 1 RtCa NltI1IU.., truss f nwctt ?a.a ...
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,: 1tt1"1 7, 1944: HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Pa Th"HI..
f. WO mN'S-'ORPS 1 Coo M." Sonnichsen Dies I Mr. Pollock wa gives emer-t Arrangements IncompleteFor Smith Hospital
After LlngerilIUnes.. tency treatment at James Archer: C. C. Stewart Rites Mr. tStewart wa bona May 4,I .
Smith Hospital I IS86, In KiMlmmee, and wa Uv "
MARKHEAROF I It Following a lingering illness, I J I Funeral arrangement have not, Ing In Miami in HIT when he enlisted Ii
''Geo. M. Sonntehien, S3 died Sunday been completed by the Turner I In the navy for *rvloin
'ARMY in Dade County Hospital He TO SPEAK: Funeral Home for Cecil Crawford 1 World War One He mad bli
SERVICE:, i Ia survived by no known relatives IGREEN Stewart, IT;u jo died Sunday ofa home in Oouldt and had rap rela ,+
APR. ID!' heart att|t in James Archer I lives her. '
,"Member Of the Women Funeral services were conducted I
Arm Corp have this month, Monday afternoon at the 4CongressmanLox
completed a full ;year* service, graveside in Palm Cemetery In Miami. April ,..' ELECT
with the greatest airline system! Naranja by the Rev L B. Crant- I Green delivered the third of i
in the. world. according to a\ ford pastor of the Flrtt Baptist a aerie ot radio talk i
statement released by ColBrlntnall .
H. Merchant, commanding funeral Home was in charge of WFTL and the Florida Mutual! 0. k
officer fit Homestead Tied.On | .: arrangement network tie reported that he had; :
duty In the Air Transport Mr Sonnichaen wa a veteranof been cordially and favorably ....1 BCSINESS WOMAN AND MOTntl '
Command Hoc* March 1MJ i World War One, and pallbearers edved in all the counties be had
WACl have proved to be food were fellow-member of the vlalted From his cute headquarters To .J j
f soldiers a* tell af efficient work- John O. Silley Poet of the American It I* reported that thousands -!
.. an,' according! to Cot Merchant, Legion. of letter from his friend STATE
MM! hive found unique and In- are pouring in commending his I :',11. J
I teruttof opportunities open .to Pollock Critically Hurt qualification for governor. n I '
tfcem-inlthe: 'altrGnapor1at, onr. [When Hit by Automobile alao noted, that many of thei LEGISLATURE'J
r.< JMdj: weekly newspapers In the ttate
: a.clI ifcperation* have prompted I Trod .Pollock. H
1 the Aw Transport Command, to packer. 1* la Dade County Hoeplla The voter of Dade and adjoin-
r; mcment"the current WAC uttering from head Injuries ing :countie will ,have another Ii"
"' trailing effort.b,: offering 'glob-1 aud'a broken leg a* the'result ofbeing opportunity to bear Lei Green ". ". .t'IInCT'I'O DEMOCRATIC CLLMAEYMAT
i .assignment to ATC bases itruck tate ,Saturday night when he deliver his next heart- I S. Itll
Expanding operation of a Oft N. E. Eighth at by tear driven fat-heart talk over elation WfTL , (Paid Political Advertisement)
I .at military system mean. that by Burley Dend,. Monday; AprJt 10. at 7 M pm.
additional WAC will be assigned
to d.u.t7..Ift.. the.C ribbe n. Pacific I '" y
tad Alaikan'wlngtr r.rrylnC..ndl!
operation divisions, and priorities', ,,,,, ,
,:and aircraft movement otfleetJ
i ,Service opening -in the South .
:American, Pacific North African ,
> !. \ .. .
Burma-India-China Canadian. ; j. ',IJ f" '
Alaskan* South Atlantic North i .. W;",; . '. '.
,Atlantic,:European,:United Kingdom for : \ POPGOVERNOR
: and Central African areas '
lore anticipated in the near future :
;. The Untied State recruiting
f b end induction office; Room 228 I GOVERNOR
,Ito 1J1. Post Office Building Miami
i has complete information on: i
.enlistment Jar initial assignment'' t1 I' .
! / Command baa I
.on :Air Trahiport
, t'Homeitead Field. I i ___U
The special drive for recruit,
will dON the lint of May, Local
women Interfiled In serving at i
the air base are atked to telephone -'
30, extension 1M for information ' LEX GREEN
on enllitlng I .
WASTE Government off by, and for the People
Miami Apr Cruiadlng In
South FlorIda tot the second time
In hi* campaign for the United
+ State Senate, Judge J Ollle Edmund .
Hid today that the iatue- I .. .- ':.r l"tIoJ1.r., Win the war and peace. Restore State rights and local self .
; are lmp4,but fundamental: .
"Floridiani have registered in liJ government.
unprecedented, number foe this .' ..< : :'. 2.I Equitable and just taxation. No additional tax. Economy .' .
and other vital campaign*," Judge I, "', : .,- 3., ' Expand and develop' Florida' industrial and all natural . '. .
Edmund said "The dally life of : \ .
:" t, :, resources.
every one of two leas been *o affected I '
by petty tyrant andbureaucratic 4. Cheaper automobile license tags5. r
Dictator* who are. Justice and equality for Industry-.and Laborunderatandinr.'I
waiting*, that billion voter of precious,. a* never dollar I rlK: 6. Homestead and other aid for all"1\'ar veterans. ,
before are rani mar today:wIth the problems ' .v 7. Definitely $40 per month pension. for aged. Cut red tape.
they face, .t)I > Definitely match Federal funds for blind and dependent
The victory that I* being won children.
.); 7T 7.
ouraervlce and women "
by will be a mockery men Indeed. U. they i '" .._ ,,,. :" 8. Raise salaries of school teachers. Health advancement. A
tnd upon their return the great united Florida. .
fundamental principle VP" 9. out recommendations of Florida Continuing Educational
which this nation wa built and .
for Which they are fighting have
disappeared." 10. Build road Develop ,commercial aviation. .Develop tour
-- 1st trade. tfWEIGHED
Fulfilling a i IN THE BALANCE A D# FOUND NOT
Sacred Obhga ion ,1 1 '. 'w' WANTING' Ir f?
:A TRUE TRIED SERVANT OF tilE PEOPLE
1I . THEEMERGENCYISTOOGRAVEFOREXPERIMENTLEX
fim I .GREEN IS QUALIFIED, EXPERIENCED AND I
4,1 -V WORTHT SERVE AS GOVERNOR..
,WHEN TIME Aaams.
Acuities bereaved Our entire ervlce family staff at com, our thai to complete-moment aid the!.', He Has Kept tk Fattk and He Will Keep Faith With Yen r
whoa eonaclmUou* and *ymIwtheUo -]1
'Funeral help Direction I* mart needed orcanltatloaaennne TW I Hear his Radio Speech at 7:30 P.l\l., Monday, April 10th over Stations
!its duties quickly, un.i
'o4rtrMbgely, with a. saving regard'' WRUF- WFTL- WPDQ WTSP WWPG WDLP t
far the family need of dignified
eenomy. ' In expenea : Dade 'County ,Headquarters '140 N. E. lit Are,- Miami,
Funeral Home' .
,!4- ira:.g........ Strew raw ,*.wealu..u.-at)
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Page Four HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE_. .April 7.194t :
OIL WELLS loci the" Piitecrwt well :which Is elvllla 1Me, \the posts engineers Sunday last year," he!, said, .', -.
SflWtSIEAD) LEADERAND I now producing oil In limited .ld. matter how much it mine, MOuVft
(Continued From Page One) quantities.Old The Homestead air base Situated very" abort period after rat ataprI oM
>ENTtRPRISl: also leased 100,000 acres In the i timer will remember on the edge .f the East: raining the entire bate jfan.dry" <..,
,...... Is tell Cap gable MM from the Model another oil pioneer, a Mr. Russell Glad which Is subject to flooding .1' ,
Land Company and 1W.000 acres who in 1121 fruitlessly drilled during unusual and excessive Twenty-five: minute of inagii \
I::::'=r.t.:= =-s1., !. the central Everglade: section 1,000-foot well new the highway rainfall now has what I* believedto trick will be a feature of the '
The '.Ooo.OOO-tltrll\ltnOhard con.cento four miles south of Florida City be the largeit water evacuation Rotary Ann Night prOlJ'.m"1eI'I 0'
li the large In the United After abandoning his venture Mr. pumping system In the world, will start at T next Wednesday, 1,,'(
saw ARCNtarta.4.at State I Russell went to Oklahoma Citywhere
sad &ditorYAa11RtK CPk Royal said. A complete: chicken dinner will '
Working out of Homestead with 1 he mad a fortune by "We moved forty-five million be furnished and served by a local '( p
? : LaACR"me aacxrabawa the Petty Geophysical Engineer striking ,il Mr. Blanchard (ays. gallons of water off the field one caterer ', C
of San Antonio, the company has Other companies holding Florida I c e
MART nURKLL .DICKINSON. made intensive exploration of Oil rights are the Quit Oil '!r .
Wait sae S NarrsICRtPtrresc
the entire southern Up of the Company with 1.000.000 seres and T
peninsula Tests with magneticand the Sun Oil Company with 1790-
.UD gravity Instruments proved 000 The Humble Company GEO. S.
is Jajo t.-tr I ..., I tea ; acres. OKELLs
ao encouraging that eight monthsago holdings total 2,500,000 acres.
o.w. 01 oJ. t.R i". 11M ,
seismographs were moved Into -
ell..., ....., Ipr,50.00.aw..e 1ti
the Key area and wtUopere'llII CAPT. ROYAL
won In the Cap Sam Candidate for
._ I .III. !-.4. M Uw.rw MM asS.,,100...tt.at. section Some work crew liv*** (Continued From Page One) b
ida, ..Md .... lit ..rso"01 Homestead and other. In t houseboat and duties corresponding In man
.. .WIS. on Whitewater Bay ways to those of 'a city manageror LegislatureGroup
"I am firmly convinced and I city engineer. Capt. Royal *aid" a'
CocoonsBy expect soon to prove that you It Is up to Mm to see that streets: .
people are fly pg,ever one of the buildings, electric light power ,e.
AM** Mayhew li'ltswltrkt richest oil pools of AM world," water and sewer' lines and disposal -! One a
Most .. Mr Blanchatdiisys. plant are maintained In such
pitiful. those whosemtndi
Two wells are now actively manner as to Insure efficient I .
i have gone
away drilling, he said The are the prosecution of the work of the:
And lef their bodies her to shift
r 10,000-foot Sunnlland Well No. 2 base as well as the health welfar Resident of Dade
M they <
may operated by the Humble Oil Company and comfort of the several i
rIolhornable deepsea, their thin. the deep' IS miles west of Richmond thousand men stationed. there, he! County 31 Years
1 eye and the well said
til-county corn "" I
Sometimes I think
perhaps they of the Blanchard company, At a Because lumber was not available
j cost of $10,000 for each of Its 7V4 in sufficient quantity when] i
And living somehow on a truly miles, I road Is being constructed the Homestead sir field was begun
higher plan by the Humble company south buildings of the base were Your vote and support I,
Than we who struggle on nsy from Tamlaml Trail to its hold- reeled o' concrete blocks, and]
aver quite attain.Heaven will be appreciated
ng*. The two oil companies this together with the fact that
li supposed to be a state have "no connection though Mr. they are kept In top notch toni f.
of perfect bliss.A Blanchard was Instrumental In dition "means that we will leavesomething i (Paid Political Adv.) .
normal childhood l, the neareit bringing the Humble people Into i worth while here"I I
the state in 1(34 when they drill- when the field .Is turned back to \
The laying twice a child and. ---- .
tmcf a man I fa
May well comprise our mortal ,, tJ
and eternal 'pan.
Empty cocoon arc empty, us.- ;',., t
let*. messy little things,
1 One the butterfly comet out and t
spreads III win,..
s Ponder this well and maybe late .
or maybe soon I Will 40c ;
C Yuu'l butterfly's Solve cocoon the riddle from' the Pay .
. . ,.rl...
Paper .for War '4.- R 1'1.( .v. t
Every: scrap of paper Is neededto ,' : .; :
help win the ItntlftpaelaU .. ' .' ;
brown paper and containers. ,. )'y
Your old . ,BOXES FIELD CRATE FOR : i; x .
AND WASTE NEWSPAPERSMAGAZINES BASKET PAPER PAPER VINE RIPETOMATOES y
are urgently needed for conversion
Into fighting materials
From the'day Ik soldier goes to
war, he Is dependent on paper. t !
From his draft card to his honorable l
discharge his records are ;
kept on It.
} His rations are packed In It; : :
his cartridge are wrapped In It; i
his shoes are lined with It; his
letter are written on It,
HI barracks are built with .
puper wallboard paper roofing, f
paper Insulation l
He shoot afpaper targets, eats
from paper plates, drink from .
paper tups SUITABLE FOR CANNING : ;
His battle' are, planned his
orders are Issued on peper. .
Literally he live, train. :
travels and lights, with paper .
k his Indispensable ally, .
And, of course, his "honorable
1 discharge" will be handed to
him on I piece of paper-after WILL BUY ,IN UNWED
beaten Axis ha signed the peace
term . on paper .
To prepare your waste paper 1.lt'
.for collection by,the, city garbage .
C truck the following Instruction. :: to' our warehouse in Florida City .
1 Ire given ', weal! '.0 ...". . "'. A Jri
NEWSPAPERS Fold them Hat : '
; ,..!I .: : ..
(the way the paper boy lIRa : p': fI! .
them) and tie than,In .bundles. ; ::" .' I
bout 11 Inch**- 'TH htgh.MAOAZINW them. ta bun- : -STARTING(' MW DAY, MOl NINt J APRIL.ai >$;;, >} \ ; ': tj
die .about 18 Inches high" : .
CORRUGATED AND .CARDBOARD : : l .
BOXMr MM Mere fed'i
, out and tie them In bundles about
r:: It inches hlgb.WATEBASIctI1. ., '
PAttft: PM& i j :
dawns in a box or bag so' that It .SOTTILE& ,SULLIVAN ,
ea fc* carried.VMen : .
graduate from'the berkindvrt .
n into the whiskey: t ,: ,
coll **, n I* foolish to keep th* Jj
kindergarten running." ...WUllam ,/." .'
Jennings .area Jk
i1 7,1944 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE __ ___ Paw; Finmm
NAMES TOE WEATHER Therkildson FeaturesContinued preaching at II m. and T:43 p. of the sacrament at II *vm, missionary j
OHkr.l west.i mc..e tan r 1 l I I nv, bwdnee meetinga. at I p. In.;1 I meeting at 3 ,. m. young .
L1ee..lrrw ..flea' fees,.. ......... by Family Sunday, Sunday echoed at 130 a. people'a meeting at 7 p. n. and .1
KHGORE AGENT Mr*. V. F. Tberklldaon and ... preaching: and administration preaching at 7.43 p ...
Me.* ... ....1 ,
her abler, Mia ClMbe: Hall,,
'OK(J FERTILIZER Mar. S3 _III 70 2U. ha,. taken over the work of the- -
Mar. 14 _B3 *4 29.Vl la'. Mr. TherkUdeon and have '
Mar U ._11 62 1004 opened an office la the Arcade '
pUlgor* Seed Co. hu been appointed Mar. It ._88 63 20.ID They are continuing the All Florida I AnnouncingA
agent for Armour'* "BigCrop" Mar 17 ...... 64 20 0. trace article for the Miami Herald,' '
fertillaer and has taken Mar. tl n 64 20.04 and "Do You Know" and various ,.
ever the Armour warehouse In Mar. 38 ...88 M IB.SI other syndicated feature, I New ARMOUR Agent 1
addition to It* former quarter Mar. 30 ...82 6J 3t8t Mr*. Therkildaon had accompanied
'Which' adjoin the warehouse, Mar. 31 .73 63 t9M DOT her husband on his trip
[(.00. M, Trick Armour agent Apr. t 61 tO 3007 trace through the state and Mia Hall;
here since 1931, has been made APT 3 86 71 3003 wa his aecrelary. I KILGORESEED .E
AtmoUt sales representative for Apr. 3 _.88 63 2UI 007 .Ei
Monroe, Dade Browrard, Palm Apr. 4 _.82 60 3'81 0.01 ConferenceTo i
Beech -and Martin counties, and Apr. I .,81 44 300
rill continue to make Ma horn Begin This Evening COMPANYHomestead Ii t
seep: an office In the warehouse Redland In ,conference of the
Close Gam Free Methodist !
be reached ,
and through hill
may ioeh'.wlll be Florida
Co held Apr. 7-1 In ,
old telephone number 387,
By Wayne Lwr.*w* the Florida City Free Methodist
A''one-ctoP' service for !
I II offered by i. Lee Smith growin Homestead cored two runt In Church. The Rev. H, J. Milligan The Mkera e* Arawar' rerUllwr are pleased taaaaevaea
'manager of Kllfore' with teed, the Jut Inning and beat Redland will prwlde th*'apaolalaaeat af Ullf. ere Seed Ceatpa f
spray complete fertlliter stock 3-3 Wednesday afternoon. The program follow: Friday ay a* agent la'iieaestead and vicinity far AnBetur**
and other firm need available Gene Cowman pitched t beautiful preaching 7:43 p. nt; Saturday.EPPERSON , BIO CROr. ".. Bra N BOW oe0a.riag tho ware, i
Ui extensive program of Improvn game until the seventh when I
and remodeling the building he hit two batter and "..Ikedtwo home formerly wed ay Araaew Fertlltaer Werks, ,
vlU be undertaken this lummer. more. Both of Redland' run and b offering a.........." service to grower of ) J
were unearned a* Billy Torte this section. Yea will and an yow agrtevltoralneed ,!
Millard Caldwell Back threw the ball over the first ba_
here -aeedi. sprat -14rIah.Iete i I
From Campaign Tours Hit were at a premium but For lock af Armenr'i BIG CROP reHUIsent .
Tallahassee, Apr. 9-Back from Robert Sullivan connected for two
.... to . Make
work men Every
Make your r \ I
tour 6f central Florida contacting singles Redland' bitter found
the voter and making ipeechM Forte almost tmhitabl a* they CONGRESSCLYDE I Acre Do Its Beat through wise application of i ,:
Mlllard Caldwell candidate got only three ball out of the Armoer'a FertllUen, mode In Florida oaixcUlly. 1 f
for governor, spent the Ant Weekend Infield. .'
adapted to the sells and crops of thla U.D. Order
at home In three week, met I Homestead play the Miami '; ,
a 'number of delegation from I Beach a_. to be two of your tapplyl see oar BOW agent
l Typhoon April 11 at
mrlous part of the state, conferred Homeatead. Early this year Miami Kllfore Seed Company : .1
with his headquarter staff Beach beat Homeatead 2-1 i .1i
and.. transacted his personal builm it Miami. i
*-*U In two day
I lit those three \
rude many speeches and radto Scout Troop ReorganizedBy ARMOUR ':
talks,, participated in meeting J. L. Kulp Orval Irwin
and reception, and on several occasions I
delivered addresses that The Homestead Boy Scout FERTILIZER }
bad n, bearing upon politic Troop, reorganized under the
All of which add up to the leadership of J. L Kulp, will UUMXdeti
]roof/that Millard Caldwell still meet Monday evening at 7:30 In I
m that stamina which made him the First Baptist Church. Boy WORKS ,
from to 16 .. .
a four-miter 'In college track U year age are
., eligible' for membership, Dalfi; -
..........................,......... Meeting will be conducted each i Baftw" Jacksonville
> evening by Kulp Florida
Your Dates and Orval Irwin, assistant scoutmaster ,
With, Uncle Sam I
MEATS: I'A11I-JtecI io-point Former Boxer Conducts A. EPPERSON
tamp A6, Wt C8 08. El F8 Nazarene Church
J8, III and J8 good indefinitely.Waste Meeting IX.ln VICIMAM I
kitchen tats redeemed at Johnny Rhame, one time Flor Member American Legion
J point ,plus 4 cent a pound, .lightweight boxer and musical l. Wounded 8 Time. In World I ... J
PROCESSED GOODS-Blue 10- entertainer, and Mr*. Rhameare War 1 '
point, 'tamp A3 through KB In now conducting revive services > II* Will Understand tae ./ ., I,
Book Four good Indefinitely. ,I at the Homestead Church of Ex.serricomaa's Problem 1 1r
', SU/J.\R-St.mpe/ 30 end 31 In the Nazarene *IW, Mowry at, I i IJ \ \J t }
took Four good Indefinitely for 3 announce the pastor, the Rev w. He is for South Florida
pounds, Stamp 40 good* for 1 E Melton. and South Florida Peo- v
pounds of canning sugar through Special! musical number on ple as a Whole
Feb. 23 of next year the piano, piano accordion, harmonica *
SHOES-Stamp No. 18 In Book electric Hawaiian guitar, VOTE FOREPPERSON I THOUGHT MY
One and Spanish guitar a* well a*
good through Apr. 30. Stamp
!lot 1 en "airplane" sheet In Book vocal solos and duet will be. VISION WAS
>Phrj*.good Indefinitely.OASOLINitAO . prevented each evening by Mr.1and 1 1i
coupon food OUR NEXT'CONGRESSMAN COOD! ,
through May 8. During his boxing career Mr i '..
Rhame appeared in Coral Gables, '
FUEL OIL-P rlod* 4 and Miami Beach, Lake Worth, I Tear Sapper I*
lept.coupons 10. remain good through'i Gainesville Moorehaven and Earnestly Invited t
jickaonvllla. He we* converted
INCOME TAX Democratic Primary r
while playing a* a musical entertainer -
Sling 144 declaration of at the Payne Theater May 2, 1944 ,
ed Income and victory .tima"j' I .
16 and broadcasting from the radio This Adv. Paid for by Friend
station In Gladewater Tex.
> NEXT GOVERNOR JC
c OS'E CAREFULLY f
die writ sat records of .u tilt
y OoH ir .
PIt fA Oq 1'0'1 rlxp CM .f aMductiv.Nan k ****** proMm fete jM.l
k -= 111 WFOaT Jhey era costly hewn for our fighting men.*..need ** f
ri fM* es/fr lM *rt gevmec Ik* t *'eapono w *'*'"'* ** fir 11M ."*.... .v I
bet leaf M tae rsc*. Witk frar.vet* yen WIll 0 '>"* ***? y r .. art tit rlht bja
, .e M. a alas U hurtle tk* meat reepeaelWaM thtm oumlW ronUrry mk* cc- 1
to mlW P**'t >M* XtM II tits, fa**. lest yaw vhlan b accurate
VOTE WiSELY W IV fni VKim Plop Aaf BMW of freer Pee Clii,lie.
,r LASSES ON CREDIT
moat CaU *U has tat a/flttr.character
L ierperazaeat *a4 experience U be *. eatatanoV ,$1.00 A WEEK IS AlL.BRACKIN
TIerlla. His lit .
, fns See naii II fecesd,,rreve*
For GOVERNOR' EL, ; MILLARD I CALDWELL ., TIe Wfk fle4 Dtttrkl'
t 2" N. MIAMI AVEMJF
U'\J1II1. 4410 rats Mar 5e'e II p aver ao.IMIIA .
,:, :'W ::..,' .
". ;I"I\ 1' ry4.f r 14s"Sx4'h: ; '".1' ''' ,. ,!"f" "I\1IptV Fl r' -h ''''i'"t'I!: '''!i'VhF '.v- ,JBWJTOir-l. '''' '.x4r'nrFare '
sit HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE ..: r. ..Aphii' 'f, 1944r
.1,|r I -;L'S cial 'Events-7-in South Dade r r rSIRS. .. 'I
I : HERBERT KATZ CHOSEN TO HEAD TAG DAY TO BE: HELD MAT S GARDEN CLUB TO MAKE STUDY OF TREES '
HOMESTEAD BUSINESS WOMEN'S CLUB' FOR LOCAL RED CROSS UNIT AREA AS NEXT SEASON'S PROJECT I'I'OF
To get fund for the local unit ,
Mr Herbert Katz, first vice- awarded to Mr*. Boyle: the sec- oJ the Bed Cross, tag day on I Next season the South Dad (rum whom they may be -Borrowed
president of the Homestead B.P.! and prize to Mrs. Katz, andtneIrm May S, date ot the first primary.I Garden Club will study local!I throughout the summer by
W.C was unanimously elected: score prize, to Mr**. Ben was decided on Monday night by!trees their Identification and the1''I club member
at - the Homestead BPWC I beside those mentionedwere
president the annual meeting I Archer botanical and common name The,; Present
of the club Monday night at Avocado .LLL Mrs Henry Ruegg former Mrs. E. J Dyal of the Red I next meeting will be held on the'' : Mrs H. O Cronwall, Mr.
Lodge, home of Major and member of the club, was a visit Cress county committee will be first Monday In November at the James McCready, Mrs. Ben
Mrs Katx. Other officers chosen or. .in.charge. home of Mrs Ernest Francis Young, Mn Elbert Bull, Mrs.Joel .
Ware first vice-president, Mr*. -- The club disbanded for a sum, J. Robinson,. and Mr*. Robert
:B. A TlbblU: second vkePI'to -'-: mer recess after the meeting' Ward and Sod, Bobby.
Mr*. Roy Chandler; record-, MISS WILLETA THOMPSON GIVEN PARTY Monday at which. Mrs. O. W. '
c lag secretary, Mrs. Frank Kent.; IN HONOR OF. SEVENTEENTH BIRTHDAYOn Calkins was hostess A covered The CsJendtr 'J'
corresponding secretary, Mrs. En> dish luncheon was served buffet .
tana Boyle and treasurer, :Mrs.: her seventeenth I' Jane Helnleln '
birthday man Mb Thompson Mill style and Mrs. Herman 4
JMae Morris Mrs. J, F, Hsmmett, anniversary, Mar M, Mill Wtlleta Jennie Basolsv Milt Charlotte was surprised .with. sv. shower of Apr, 10.Lhtertlrut.'meetbtg, of.. ..
J.president, presided. I Thompson of Redland and Miami Eaton, Min Adeline Goldstein small gift*'a* it wa her birth Monday' Milsie- Club With- Mr*. ; +
The um of $ 0.JJ, receipts from Spring wa honcgd.with a party Chas. Broom AMU, 3-C USN.. day anniversary.The ,Sam J. Davis.Apr. .
the recent rummage sale conducted -: 10...Meeting of Woman'sClub
given by her parent, Mr. and Robert Duncan Herbert Horlick.prrol groupwas taken on a tour
by the club, wa presented to 1 bt Homestead.Apr. .-
Mn Walter Thompson, at their Clark Albert Anders Richard of the Calkin slat house where
Mrs. Tibblt who It head of the IS Rotary Ann night dRomeateed'Rotal'1"
Miami Spring borne. Evan, Eugene Lee Robert the plant were identlled by Mrs,
Couth Dade Bed Cross unit, for Club at T,
Pink roses amaryllis and .Jail- Thompson and Wayne Thompson! Hal"' ''.. Prize plant were meetings
WJtJCA Circle -
by the unit. Ator. IS -
er rabbit were used for decoration d awarded by Mrs. Calkin to Mrs
Mrs. Kent, program chairman, I One with Mr* Ann Carter,
and the dining table HIRTHDAY.PARTY . Grace Smith .MrCha ,
was JOINT .1 WcL. .
:Lad ammce.J'II aJbi=thday'surprlse 'Two! tlh', Mn.'p; Seweft-Palm.
: ., .
centered with ihe-blrthdaygate COVEN' PRINCETON BOYS' Pratt Mrs. W O. Chase and Mia -'
for Mrs. Kali a shower ofbirthday er, Three "with kA; Geol.: Smith
evening banked with fern. During the Celebrating their third birthday Esther Livingston.The of Homestead
cards, and an Apr. it-Meeting
evening, game and contests anniversaries, Jerry Peeple;
of keeno.The first prize was club' book, Including, PTA.
were supervised by Mr. Thompson. and Gerald MuIUn were given a "The Encyclopedia of 'Apr. IS_Meeting W.S.c.s. Or.
OPENING After the gift were opened, party recently by their mother,! tuiV by I* H. Bailey HortIcuI-1 Cle Four with Mrs. Nat Lease.
'BOCIETr MINISTRY TO WOMEN cake, salted peanuts, candy and Mrs Waddell Peeple and Mrs placed in the care of Mr*. Calkin; Apr. IS-Meeting of Homestead -
or punch were served home of
Ralph Mulllns at the Home Demonstration, Club,
Opposition to the proposed I The guests included: Sgt and Mrs. Mulllns. BmST CLASS MEETING I Apr 21-Meeting of Homestesd,
legislative amendment giving Mrs. Buford Creel Miss Margaret After the gift were opened the HELD AT VAN MARTER HOME, Art,Club with Mr*. B. E. Gatlin. ".
equal rights to women was expressed Burdarn, Miss :Mary Spark-1 1I birthday cake was cut and served 'I Iin Miami. -
An all day meeting with ,
at the meeting Tuesday a cov.
with Ice cream Story books
I ered dish luncheon was held Mar., May Installation meeting of
Woman' of Christian
,Mis. LAWRENCE HOSTESS I were given as favors. Homestead BPWC at home of
30 at the home of Mrs. A. J. .
Service of the First Methodist
Young guest were: Gusala and I
TO SUNDAY' SCHOOL CLASS Mrs. B. A, Tlbblts
Van Marter by the TEX Class;
Church of Homestead on the)', Mrs. E. L Lawrence was hostess .'I Donna Fisher, Judy Peeple, of the First Baptist Church of, May Z-T_8 day for South Dade
ground that the amendment on Mar. 30 to the Dorcas Class I[ Olivia I Bryant, Irene Allen, Joan Homestead. The group prtnented unit of the Red Cross.ROLLER .
,would cancel automatically all!
I and Martha Ray Bryant, NancyiMulllns I
f Vxlatont legislation for of the First Baptist Church of a gift to the hostess who recently
protective Homestead After the business'1 I Sylvia Edwards, Diane observed
her birthday anniversary
women. The member voted to In* French, Anita Grace Wlttenwyler, -
meeting, a salad course wa
form Representative Pat Cannon I Janice Sasser Caroline LoulIbul'1 a program was SKATE
1 I I given during the afternoon.
of their opposition Milton Lounsbury, Robert
The society decided. to ask the 1 Those present were: Mr*. Julia French Gene and Gerald Mulllo Present beside the hostess 1 IN COMFORTBmbis.
general conference .which will Polk, Mr, T. E. Kirby, Mr*. AI-I Bert Allen Deak and James were: the Rev and Mrs. L. B.i
ton Hood Mrs. J. R. . Crsntford Mrs S. A. Mrs.
next St. Petersburg to.
meet in &-" f iN .. II il P. M.
Cha*. T. Mrs. Chas Martin PeeplMulti W. D. Horne Mr R. R. Bigiers
request the general church conference -I. Mrs L. B Crantford. Mrs, present were! Mrs A. Mn Catherine Pickard. Mrs. A........ ---.:- .... piss sus'
to open the way for women W. McVicker, Mrs. Palmer Pee
H Collier and Mrs H J. Davis Julia Polk Mrs. W. B.
to be granted full right ple, Mr*. Bert Desk Mr*. J. R.
Mrs. Ernest Francis, Mrs Ben
Jhe ministry. Pope. Mr*. Mamie Bryant, Mr*. Venetian
New screens for the outside I A refresher course in Ant .aid J T Allen. Mrs. Milton French, Young, Mrs J. B. Hardy, Mrs.
Boors of the Sunday school buildIng will be begun May 1) at the,t Mn. Roy Wlttenwyler, Mr*. Alton Jennie Smith Mrs. S. H. Fitch, Skating Rink
Mrs. B. A. Stafford Mn.
will be bought by the J. RChamBliss
group Homestead Casualty Station with Sasser and Mr*. Len Loun
,tt wa decided A work day will Mr*. Earl Godwin a* instructor I butT. Mr*. Qulnnie Sherard,I Am comtnoNtvit .
I Mrs. T. D; Plche and Mr. Van
be held on Thursday, Apr 27.'WOMAN I :
'$ CLUB TO I ELECT
(OFFICERS MONDAY NIGHT ". 1
c The Woman' Club of Homestead Pinup for Those Not Buying Bonds tale i'
will meet Monday night to
*,.i.. 304 MM awHt t a t tl M a
OH vacancies' caused by the realg1 -
nation of officers. AU members VIOLET CERRTE ftSfttf c ;d
lire urged to .be present.
sea Us. MAKALYHRIIO
'(FOOD STUDIES PRODUCING PIGEON PEAS CLASS REAM : offteas i n"aP" 39
j Pigeon pea were studied at 1 r .,
the meeting Mar 30 of the tropl- r know II was IIKH1ILRSOl
'tal victory' garden class at the SKIN LOTIflfl i tioagbmtd iki 47nyM1 C jj j
fame of Mr*. D M Brand on
(Silver Palm dr.I M pw
Pigeon was served aI
pea soup .y
by the hostess, and canned green NG.25c t 'tl.C .rrs .pI
'peas were exhibited. Seed gather
I led from the garden of Mrs. H. C.ReeI1. 4 ... it* ,55 ,1
were distributed by Mr*. s ASPIRIN ,
.Jo*. W Lowe Instructor tORH SOIUEHT <" t.;
The meeting Tuesday was held TABLETS
b 'is usual In the Redland Community FOI quick Mlur of hod- CQRR PROS //if
Church. aches and minor rouicuUr r *.0.50. gtnes '
t1\7aada pilos of common y, KAAV x
Dinner eveningtot \ rWI PBWRER
Mr Cha Otis Mr. coUi. C '
were and 1.9 :
,.Mrs Dan Williams, Mr*. J.: M.Teagarden. 11's 9 vows tBOldYour4octot's -.
Miss Lenora William ''I
'-nd Charles and Webster WilJram -
I imp seam C.... Pe0. pntaipiioa Ism important .,.
I ( ) \ Ttl American eoldier took tau tinder a track dark o"Jap bombing order. fa a imperative that fen follow this M
sold at ear positions or Keadovi ;A Nipponese -. had his bidet m the knet: following otdtn "to
number 01 It. H us*his i i.rod.s gently removing his body iron the kn r Is also the Bale of the Broil ;
COCKRKIJ.L.vS( ) under the"engine! yen en. buy Was- Bonds think of this Pmcnpnon PepwtiiMnc. The teull l
i .,1c:11I/'t.: E'"ktd.) [- V. IL Tssrtt dew Ib e h
it KIM eisaly M doctor
SKN.VIORCHOWDER. ; four
This ad I* contribution U ertc.'e'a all-out
war effort by' hu ordered. Mono** : only pare, Fred u
- ingradiea_> vnxlKti of **
I' Lumber nutml maa la
Brooker Cody Resail Pharmacist.
CAN RltY ON.t|||
PRONe It HOMtytlitliAp, n.-..
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'..1IIUf OONCat 'CHOWMIMVM .-- r y
< TOO orm' 11001 yr
ANNIE ilAYHEW FITZPATRICK' .
SW Red and Road between Avocado brim
ChIll, .. :Chepi and Daeerne
SM :K. B. iseoM 'AfwMe auk
Stt1 MAUL X....'rfrnt tL\oreet. > .Violist .PkRoforteXylepbone mid, The r',1'Piaes.AeseroWutw.wrr reft DIXIE, ORM"so-org; J.
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toula April 7,1-U HOMESTEAD LEADER ANn "ENTERPRISE Page Sevep
,.nnmnllJllllltUllUlUlllmnmnr! rict Chamber of Commerce the Ewing, whose'CftP! men\ to Kel-' :
tract of glade land on which the tey B, Gardner was nnounc*>d '
link will be constructed was tur- last week, Mrs. R. R FlUpat-: ADVERTISE
.20 Years Ago veyed Monday by Surveyor: Edwin rick will entertain .next Wednea- CLASSIFIED .i.1
Hooka . I. B. Jeffrey, president day afternoon for the memberspf .
of the Miami Lumber Co, the Repertoire Club which
BATE: First Insertion lOc a line, subsequent Insertions
TM rell..n-. items d .......... baa offered the golf committee was founded In this section about'I 3c la tine
,t .... t-11 pan we is ad .pumaR this UM ofthe i
ansad takes '". .be fiw ..ew mlU't big caterpillar ten :year ago Miss Bwlnx'smother ,I
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6.a..w..1 ........ l..w Js". tractor for clearing the site was a charter member of -- -
u. 16216 ... .n0" Oct n. IN'" of the cours'One . '. this organisation . FOR RENT I LOST
with the tm.trd .....,..., _
Pass M. II UII, of the final game of the "Much friendly Interest attends
basketball tournament was played the announcement of the marri'BOOKS and apartment Reason. $37) IN BILLS tied In bundle ,
Wednesday afternoon when the HIM Sara GolUUcheck and ij t able rate, hot water and show. JOlt U Homestead or on 0vr '"
Ttn recently.wganised Lunch- senior girls defeated the Junior I :tet Gosaman. both of Goulds..,'*,I en. Palau Hotel. Florida City, seas Rd Within I mile couth.
eon Club which It is.hoped, will girls In A close and exciting game "In. celebration of the ,nlnty-. ::011' Liberal reward J. R. Pop
eventually grow into -. Rotary The senior line-up was: center aecond birthday anniversary of (m3ttf) )
.: Club, will meet at noon Friday Rita Flteh, guard, MattI Lou William Lochrie pioneer residentof --
FOR SALE-Cood largo LOST Ration book Three and
in the Seminole Cafe. The club Theua Helen Hawley: forwards, Florida City, a number of I
mule. Phone Homestead 9I3-J-3 Four. Mrs. Willa
Mildred Edward ,Ailecn friend V Anderson
aryls organised list Friday after Bryant assembled at his home..
(PU) Homestead. (pat
a yliit from President John W.. Junior' line-up- center Catharine "Mr. .and,Mrs. Harman 'Rutlke 4
t passers and several other",mem Smith: guards, now Tower. Llda entertained Wednesday aftemoori i-R M"hoi; plus apartment PERSONALFREE
>.. hersof the Miami Rotary Club I(I Anne Lee: forward, Mildred at their horn in honor of toe [ in teen.Lot JOxlSO ft. So I
'lullaq U. Webber wu elected I Campbell, Helen Broker '. twenty-aecond birthday annlvtrs-i \ Krome v.Key( Waet.h1.hwln '
. |I "In honor of Mix r !! U bctll'acid causes you
,.,president, Katherine sty oUII..J'rttl'. . Hondsekdt water sewer '
pain of Stomach Ulcers, Indt !
: "Damaite estimated' at more AHO care ,
gettlon Heartburn Belching,
than *15,0 'wag done by .a are er-EotefprMj" Priced. exceptionally Bloating Nausea. Ca stale Y
:at Princeton which burned' for Ipw.. 1 .(pmjlj get sample Udgm. t
,. .day and wept a 40-acre tractclean WANTEDAnything '.. w-Pharmacy. (pjf)
of everything burnable A REAP lUKOAIN -
while the Homestead Fire Depsrt-J unusual In BovelUe, ban aside w other 4101 T-ROOM HOUSE: on plot fronting WANTED !
bent flood by powerless to do' wise, from sheila, special wood, or any uimalHewers :" ISO feet on S. Krome ave. and
.'1 anything bonus of'no 'available or seeds, dwarf citrus pleats, flowering II 300 feet on Lucy it. (Home-
Mania, thai are ulesbla or that can bo shipped 1st .!': l WANTED TO SENT-ln Horn*. :
welt from which to pump water' stesd-norlda City tine). Light .
", to play on the flamei It la thought; large nuantltle If rots can supply. any tl these b.\.ter, lewerage Price unbeUevably I Stead, one- 'or two-bedroom j
.artlelea we. Market It. house apt Couple
can *' or garage by .
.that the fire started from a clgarette loW. See owner on
carelessly thrown in the WRITE FULL PARTICULARS ", ,;remlaea, 824 S. Krome ave. that hi* ben resident hen 19 '
months. Phone S during bud
Sawdust of the mill by some truck BLDG. (Key West highway, or address .
driver passing with A load of Jo-Bee CompanyHOUSES DEI .... MJCH. Box 792, .Honnestead. (pmJl lies hour !
tomatoe . 11
I '.U. I 1838 FORD V-g coupe New SO PIANOS wanted Highest pries 1
"Of the 73 rondeauf submitted '' paint radio, seat cover Tire paid. Any Style or age Brain! .:'
by the puplla of the Dad County 1 good Inquire Art's Paint Shop Piano House, 23<0 N.W. Tth Bt.. '
public school In connection with (mJl-7) Miami. (d 17tf) I
the Leader second verve con-
'test, that o( Mia Mary Hodaon. FOR SALE FOR SALE-,3 beautiful mixed WANTED: Ducks 50 a week, 25a
entitled "Red Dancing Spark" I I whit hair bull terrier puppies lb., Rt. J, Box.201, Homestead
was awarded the prize by Dr I 1 months old. Mother fox ter- stone
Charles De Carmo who conducted rier Female WANTED-Repair work, (
the contest through his column,! HOMESTEADDownpayment .I!I Imales.. $I. Mrs. Ceo H. F1U- building, cement work roofing
"Needle . Those from Home-+ patrlck Naranja rd. 828W-1 (tf) etc 11th Hour Mission, Box M,
. stead to be commended In the I Homettead Idiot)
'thought content of their verses I YOUNG Jersey-Guernsey milch :,I[ need groves with or without i
I are "Claude Campbell, Mildred $299. cow with -week-old hatter
homes 3 prospect waiting.
fedw.rd., Victor Bachelor Richard S. L< Dickinson, across from .
W Fucha and Rote Tower. 'I Balance on low rental basis. FIIA I hospital Homestead I Drop Dorn. me 22463 a postal Miami or at can my J K.xpenie -
'A* the result of a trip of golf financed. New 3 bedrooms RARE TROPICAL TREES, shrubs Reverse charge ..1
.S .tourse engineer from Miami one ornamentals, palms. Phone Cal- '
peach' to the site of the proposed bath hardwood floors kitchen cab- I kin, J83-W. 1 ml. w. of Florida S. L.Kendrick
);1a-hole Homestead course Sat- at,. )23U)
,. ]brday at the request of the got inet with linoleum drainboard JlfcnCl: OF TILE
of ,the Redland DIsjCommiti ,ONE-ROW Potato Digger for PEACE \
power take oft Frank H. Brnecker I Birth Certificates and ether done
stove and hot water heater electric
NOTICE Or APPLICATION : fll-tf) ,aneat acknowledged and wit- y
.. rot., Fll*TAX M-. SMM DEED refrigerator. Price $4200. For essed. ,j
it KOTTOt tl HF.RKBY GIVEN that WANT ADS PAIr Odd Fellow BI.,.
O.CSTKB *. CAUDF.LL. holikw .. 5.11 I.MW N.f.. lot St. Hemrslead tTa
. Cttr of Uteml Tea Certificates Mum- further information contact Taylor ; : ,;f
I "" ..* MH dead UM Ilk taD ,
,,'. .d............. A.' mr' ,(rfflM fay, hM and eked hM shade..... Mlto uHoMlo -- Construction Co., 400 American ::1: . . . . . II . . . . ..1 "I'
} for U* tttt to Caw UWMM
4* .t r4.n 0 with IMF 8M CMMteatai Bank Miami. Phone '
..1\j(\. "Mi. /. Dad. County, r7o.Wa. I : PETER PAN : 1
1'r' !! Lot It. Stock I. MlldMl Park. put .
,d shah M. Pun M. to tile Oft, .f Mto>UT .. )
l.f Os tp .> DM*. MM. at rderw Mto NOTICE or APPLICATION rot DnJ" MM CWtltntM ....U be u. I
....... ConII..... V*. MM. The TAX DISD' tmi -MI .. Uw. .... twty" ASSOCIATE GROWERS I
wwrihM tk.nwill W ... I I: :
l..wn.ot. if under theY Chapter tNat..Sb..f loss rib to Uw kl :
,MM tfrtttflMI. iMW/VMto tk. I saw I nw A ts.* -t --.c. HMM NOT OT
It .. ".._ NOTICE I* HBRFBT GIVEN that the that the month .* M Phone Kendall Fla.
.lie Lr BlMk I' Unsaid Pbt M rlM W. Eton ..... .t Tom 144"which h tied tel "r of .,.,. l. 3Iiaml.8-2100. Wr
hash 'It"j. ". SS.'is th. City ,rlrill . North Miami Tu Certificate H.. In h'" this t*..4 Mr of .,...h. I
'. CouHr tt ttt, SUM of J'IorWa. M Mb bard UM Sxl *., ft 8..-Ur. A. O B. B. LEATflKRMAHCl I
.\ Mooed 4* _..... SMI Tk.MM liNt, ... SM. MM In m, .11I... >.. . ClrwH, OevtCMeukfa.rt .'
J Wan..emset fit .said .nwwty ".... 1M a. wade .... ...- IM a tat 4M Dead Cnntr. VlM; .11.' A READY J 4
'c' to be .board then". saw Carillon"wbr.a. Ewe .
; 4 based w" ,to tile MM *
U.=:: tire M1ewl.tt dsarPo.d Bf (... JI(. JOHNIOM D. Cl
> 0.... MMn c..tInca. emu be r.it tr hi die Gray ft IX4,, stole a( rar.,. ... SI, Aft 1. 14. Nit 1 1
'* ... WMnltoa .. taw,' Ul dead wtll norld. M rHlU Cash. Market : ;
...., HMraM M. th* IH 4r of ..,. 14. Reek. M J.... Manor. Slit' NOTICE or APPLICATION .
A.AINL MM AohII..... Station, "A", ,lei BertHm. FOB TAX DEED .
DoIIItI Ibis Sub Any tt lUKh A. D. SI. Pam W ta Stations 1S-M, TMrikl .. Mar N. ST444VOTICC I.. .
144. SS Kmlk, a._ 4S Rest. Is 1M I* HEREBY GIVEN dha.e
r t. B. tEATHXRMAN: T_. W North "".1, County d Dade, LUCY B. -AR*. bolds M r .: FOR YOUR FRUIT AT ALL TIMES : f
'. Carla Clrarit C-rt.DW. s4. ., ,........ : City rf Miami Tu Mrtl}t...... Noatoor
County PtortU. 7U..s.r.mant .f ...1oI'"F'I. Int.der 11(11 11411 SUI4 ... SKIS dated
Circuit OMT* IM! ate said ...... wan in floe items. 4sk day of July, A. D IMI. KM ld,. PElllAN :
Ir K a trmtKTr D O.Try di J" Labs. saw OctlSntM hi Mr .tttm, ra41 : LLMES-ORANGES
<.... II, Apr. t. 14, ... SS 1S4I) Union Asia e.nllks4 Shan be r- made spollestive far u> 4w to --
brad aee..dlna .. "w.w to Pr"pats vttk Uv, B I
dam. thrw/a wag WUw 0014 to w =.... = the following d. t
,lead bidder .. C ." How door elb.d MM In D.4. : OTHER CITRUS :
M. tire *nt Mo a.r I. die month ftM V --t:I4w. (;
.r. m-. which to die 1* tier W "r. IS 'BlMk t. Tminh M. MMM .1 .
l U. !.... ..-..- .. 'r_ ii, Ie tire City '
When You Need Dams thin land *.r W W.rok. IM4.B. .,..... Com* aC D Moo, at... d ........ r> A FaifTrice. Consistent With The Market -
R. ICATHERMAN. .. .mbr..d 5. Grua.. If",. .11I a
A Haircut Chit W OhniH Gap r;
or ,The d low r.wwRy sad '
Dwte C.inty,; rtorkto.Clrmks the mid (.ertJt..... ......., 4 i lJl. . . i
Shave cowl Sam* d t1.. X
R* U M'ltOr.roH. D. C.K .... ....lledr. I. TwWflk It .M.M.V Aim. Ai 1, t
.r !,. 11. Apt/1. ; Pht'BMk .. P., sa, 4. th. City off -
.' Halms __. Nt -- ...... OMIT ft DKM CUM mt DorW..I :
!i Nonet rot APPLICATION M embraced to OrtiOMt. N.. SI4IS. The
nave tie POBi TAX PEED: : aar..m.st .er MM mrttit. ..... .' ;ORANGE and GRAPEFRUITGROWERS
I Art. W tail .... _...."booed ,_ to dIe.B.,M' :
shampoo (Plain) Ste"amp" 4Cb..4r'm51
___ I Fee A TIUNoticB d .known. .
Imedleated- n HeKEar GIVEN spa a LM iT pact t. Tnlfth '". M.MM.Pht -
!C SHATTUCK. bolder ., Tows o< North Be* I. Pw. as. to tk. CttrMkuni. wi : ;
..... .. "I He MU.I TM CwllAMtM Nun *M nt *Mhml Gusty ft Dwh. pat. tt rtorU.'
f floe 4tk 4fer ft A wrt, A. D. IML M ..kr>M4 to O>rUIW to Vj 11414. T1w.rust
FacIal l..1--..,i,......r lit M slid MUM lit mw ma*. slid kM d MM VMnrtr ..d, th.MM I We pick pack and 'sell your fruit.. a
Facial Fact n. i made yplMtioe, far a 4x *..t *.. Whi Ortlr.l agrees was I. ,... Mm.Let ./ .
Now CortIlW d 17.ks. J
Combination FaclaL.-_ Tie ..... the tolls.... d..edRed 14. Mark t, Ttf>h at. Man : U 1 We do not buy It.
I, Mw ten .f MorUl Mtaun Coasts ofDada. Pat Dealt .. 'P... M to the Claw
Tonie .. .. ____ 2sea s.4w of Florida; M w.CI CMBly rrf hale stated PlM. .... It" r ?
Itustaeha I Lot tii of Ed WE'A.1 .. ... .......... In OrtUInU*. MA4w
d .. a..tr.a _' as a.wb. ; 1.61. TN _t at and ._. Silver Palm Frmt Growers'( :
i de Paul' PUt Dank B. PM m, ... tht&Sr > .. ;the MM' OrUtlnto lewd WM UOM ,
car N.+th Jlisml, County Duda. >,.UM .| IMlviwK. '
BUSIIJS' i i[ : Kt FWUt M gabr.a.d' 1.. ".-: Uatar. law ,i>ntflr.(M;...w' hat .....I I ,. ., 4row r-ofne<),' -P8t1\'fppFCRATIVrtklni ;
: |iit..if Mr (... N aaw4 teed',If ywranu dws.d...._011.. ......ti.r,-_.....,( wiM l
:;. '... the fund C.ttitkt.Arw. his M'-a "!' sat hill ,*. IrM Aat 1 ; i!' rt.UM I* on no Seabourd mn*>1"t.| RedlsadfSoalkiet
i ail .t I. II""" A. D. I.
e..sJiop"\ '\ MM*. d Res, -.11' fIf OW14M Detail. Ibis Until <).r or kfarth. A D rlunimet, Drive yI : .
a wiod r. T..n.Mp at ItSaw Ifl1: I j
i" I ,t Me" : P-le-11, Pays Ile 'the : tl IHTUCB1MHk .,...., ,.. >>'hne1.3 .1Y..titd. crow JUr.
aDPD7 Cttr Ifal? Wills V X
If Sow efMjtai,1 p0.11dd. of, lstrueet .. ,;... 1)0. > 'tr.1, birVT 1
Jr. l.! Y'N..r mwa ale IJ
rwseia .ma..r .std' C.rtalatt :1 Jl.lil .flJt, JTX I ,
" and _:In %.'7h dun w'7 11. MdCnry_ (:ltu, If fl,'" r. : "\ ..
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Page Efght HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE April T. 1944 4; ]
Cbiel PhannaeM'i Mate and: 1 ROIl Sincere of Homestead were ,
Mr*, Moteaa Forays ar parents: FLORIDA CITYBy weekend guests of Miss Jo
of a nine and a
In and ground=:? daughter Wand Carol who WM I ,
I born at the home of Mr*. Toraya'i' Mr. and Mr*. :Win Angellslt It;I JAMES Atcrnnt surra
parent Mr. and Mr*. Florida City have received word;r
rdW''J HOSPITAL NEWS
Homestead Thompson of Tennessee that their sun, Pvt William Aiu-I
Tony 1* serving with the navyIn lint baa been sent veraeaa. Mr.' J
the 8. Pacific, and Mra. TorayaI Aageliat' brother, Jack left I P. J Franklin was a medical ,
the former Win Wanda Thompaon Tuesday for.Boston. patient at James Archer Siyilth!: ...3.
Hospital for several .day this
Dr. V B. Tisdal, howl of Mr. and Mr*. P. Lloyd; Delft is HI at his home l week
Pine" A. S. Moye, patient at the P.F. this week 1 I
department of plant pathology u.1 I Brewer of Pleaaant Ridge Grove Surgical patients were Mrs. AU
C. Railway hospital In I ton Horn of Homestead and
Gainesville, and Erdman I left Tuesday for their summer Campbell
Augustine, I* recuperating St.j Jimmy Is recovering t Katherine Lambert of Karanja.
mycologist at the University e( I borne In Cincinnati ThriL plan
Florid, visited Mir 30 .t the I to return In August and to bring rirtorily from an operation| from the whooping cough. |] Pvt and Mra. Melvin A. Good.
Experiment Station.Dr. with them their three formed on Saturday His << Mr I. I win of Homestead are parents of
Subtropical; sons Who! Misses Helen W. Treeman has recovered
Tladal end ),(1'. west made a are attending Culver MlllUry from her recent leg injury i I. daughter, Linda Lou born Mar
Sue Mo, went to St. Augustine -
survey of tile plant disease aitu- Academy and their daughter who It
la Saturday and returned fuel- Ronald James was born Apr 4
anon of the arM and collected attending the University of
specimen to tk back to Gainesville Cincinnati.Pvt day. Mr*. Moy I* With her Mr. and Mra. J Turocco and' to Cpl. and Mrt. Walter Logan of
j jSharon huaband children left last week for Fulton Homestead
and Mrs. Francis S. Ora- En rout to Braill where he N. Y. I Mr. and Mrs Joe Lambdin of *t
Howard a five-pound' ham Jr. arrived Sunday ttJMdt will be pilot of a navy Um0, Ensign Camp Redland are parents of a
I' Jack Klndig of Anon, 111, The W..B.e.St at
daughter, was born Friday to Mr Pvt. Graham' parent, Mr. and Wednesday daughter, born Apr 1.
and Mra. The*, A. Moore'of Mr*. Francis S. Graham of Newton topped over here recently to arc the holed of Mrs.'H, 3, Brockett Tonsillectomies were performed
a Homestead In Jackson Memorial rd. Pvt. Graham' marriageto his couiina, Mr. and Mra. T. D.Picll. Sunday for Olin Wright Jr. of Homestead
Robert DeMUlo irrlved -
UMplUO. The Moore art parent Mr* Cecelia Ann Alberaon of *. _..._ from Jacksonville to visit his and Ocl OoancU of Gould.
of another daughter Judith i!Tulaa, Okla, took place Feb. 26 Pfc. and Mr*. t. t. Walker returned brother John D* Mtllo.
Lelghtnn. Mra. Moor la the former at Berry Field Chapel In Main- i FrFrea.B4
I Saturday tram a IB-day
MM Esther Dona. YUle where Pvt. Graham la stationed Frank 'Snoww.. Monday for
furlough with relative
I . spent his home W North Branford' ,
Oklahoma. They report I CAB SERVICEI
Capt. and Mra., Dan C. Itll\'. Conn.Mr.. I .
I Albert Petenoa will be returned that a severe anow storm octured 'I
and children Betty
Jr man. arrived unexpectedly from to his home Sunday from during their visit .,and MrtTT Sylvester left i rates
I'Jackaoa Memorial, po i>[taiMi.j Tuesday for their home In Fulton -I .CcI
Tennessee to spend '
Wednesday 'ami. Th Rer. R. E. Hastings pastor I
1n days with Capt. kIftlMft'aJlllftDtI. ', \ ; of the Homestead Church of N. V. :' bar Phone .--- 9108
Colt and Mrs, Ralph W. Mr. IL L. Brown president of God. .la expected to return today Mr. and Mrs! auto and" son,I
4 Xlngman. the Woman Society of Christian front Jacksonville where'.he ;attended Chick Feilto left last week forCheater Night Phone. __. ,239
Service of the First Methodist a state mlnisten meetingB. ,N. Y, after pending I
Dr. lama HarUn Elder ''who Church of Homestead will attend H. Gautt of Weft Palm Beach the. winter hen I HOMESTEAD CAB WH1TICI
it working on problem *t communication the auto conferenc of the will be a week-end guest at the Mia Anne CIU1 returned to .
for the War Department ,In St. Petersburg Apr. 11, aocIet'l.I horn of Mr. and Mr* J. L. f her horn in New York last week.I I r. o. Plmaasr Pry,
visited his mother Mrt 13. Bill
lard 1 I Miss Louis William and Miss
James E. Cider Tuesday. He
and Ma co-worker, Dr John
Black, and their pilot landed at
Homestead Field and enjoyed a"
few hours at the Elder frove. Dr.!
Elder, before entering war work.'I j
was In the psychology department| WANTEDTRAINMEN
of the Louisiana State Universityat
Baton Rouge, and Mr*. Elder
and their three children Betty!
Jan and Jack, have remained in
their Baton Rouge horn.
'Mr*. Eva ollns returned I'rI-j AND SWITCHMENApply
day from a yl.ltto her ton
j Jfco A. Colllna who la atatlonedj I
villo at an N.army C hospital While near there Aih Mra..]! in person or by letter to Trainmaster's Office, Florida East
sister Collins, Mrt.received Tho**.visit Strawn from ofQuakwtown. a i Coast Railway, at Miami or New Smyrna Beach, whichever; is most
Pa-, -/ convenient, but do not apply by telephone. If applying by letter,
state age, present employment and physical condition.. Not necessaryto
have had previous railroad experience. There is no age limit for
experienced railroad men provided they can qualify otherwise.'
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4 r 1 BRAND FERTILIZERS.
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: Consult about fertilizer ..
L X ; .. us your .requirements e
1 1 1 1USIP 1 r for the coming-year. . ; ,'
r s r, .w4:.. Due .to government regulation and shortages : .:'V "..
SENATOR ;''I ,. : p':".':;t; of several materials. we. will not be able toM < < 'Il'
*.. \ '"' of [ .will) ,,' ? :
;' make ALL our regular mIxtures.. But,we. ; M
>I1..r .. "
do: our best to supply ,as near as, possible;what. '. ... '
you will need. .
'Dr. ...... I '"
Florida East Coast Fertilizer 'Co.
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1..u.ri.. 'MAlr...t Telephone 1. vfvUMC 0* JRVC0 der lit ...., eati.(;Fti<... J
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