Title: The leader-enterprise
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00642
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: April 14, 1944
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00642
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
lccn - sn 95047482
lccn - sn 95047482
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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:Navy to Build $150,000 Filter 1 1W

j W 'i' .' : At Florida City I ,Pump Station !..

< PostOffice7Jiangle to Get $$2OOOO(} CONTRACT ALSO

( ; LW- Cost Service: Marker FOR COMBATING CORROSION

It'''#'''1 the Previously erection of adopted an honor-memor.plain to Oil Will, Neither, Benefit Nor Harm itl130-MILE 'KEYS PIPE ME

Ia1 for Redlttd' District servicemen Everglades National Park, Says Coe .

and women were reviled Frl Local Hodsewivcs Lend Construction of a $150,000

,j day night when by It the learned executive,that committee the. A* the land of the Everglades Its surface bal come and gone ,Jrww for G. I. Laundry water softener plant at, the navalpumping p
I cost of marker similar to the: National Park area have not Jet -If there I II oil In the park area station near Florida City '
":. .: Dad: County a Wrvlce monument I been Accepted by the federal let' get It out a* quickly as pot Tnruugh the effort of the Red will be begun upon approval of
, government, 'th* park development slble-the sooner the better. Th Cross, 14 electric Iron were t
would be prohibitive for this area plan by Commander Allen Hoar,
will probably not benefit financially country need it for national defense loaned this week by Homestead 1,
Latest call for the erection
plan housewives to soldiers Homestead USN.. public work officer at
from any oil well that and we need to get the at -
of honor
roll upon of a which board the type 800 names may be brought in within the' (Continued on Page Four) field who had to "do Ithemselves" Key West, It was learned yesterday .
of those serving from this arc far-flung limit of the projected when they could not through the public relationsofficer
will be stamped in fold leat The preserve I get urgently needed laundry done. at the Island City naval i
The request wa referred to
the Homestead. Such wit the opinion expresses GOULDS LABOR
triangle opposite Mrs. B A. Ilbblt and Mr, Lee base. ,
poet office has been chosen tentatively by Ernest F Coe, director of the H, Lehman of the local chapter The plan, as yet incomplete,
a* the beet site for wen Everglades.National Park Assoc- CAMP TO CLOSE by J. W. Harmon, Red Crow director are being drawn by a Baltimore t
an honor roll rather than the iation, following a Rotary Ann at the field. concern for the plant which will
grounds of the municipal Ugh night meeting Wednesday In Lesion '"Not' one of the persons oxxi- treat for the elimination of color
plant where the previously chosen Hall at which he discussed THIS WEEKENDBy tacted.refused to lend, her -lron and sedimentation all water Bow
" '.;.. type of marker was to hay been the parked'tha effect Abe poa- report Mrs. Tlbbitt. ing through the 130-mile Key
erected.At ilbl or probable discovery of oR aqueduct
the meeting Friday night, therein would have on Its status the' end of the week it II A cathodlc survey to determine
Paul Loaner reported that the He also exhibited lantern slides expected that the less than 300 VAC RECRUITER the amount of corrosion In the
Homestead Retail Merchant A.- of scene, In the Cap Sable and Nassau field hand remaining In aqueduct ha just been completed, "
aociation ha about two hundred Royal P.1nPart (section o( the the Goulds. Labor Camp will have and a $200,000 contract has been ;
dollars In Its treasury which, he park area, I been removed to other crop area AT POST OFFICE let for the supplying of electric J
feel wire member will be willing """ ,'-national park* la I an Institution ., to make way for the closing ot current which will be hoi '
to donate to the marker fund.E. wtbrnA time limit*.".'(aid the camp, it wa reported. yester through the line to> prevent further
. '3. Norman Jt+ ww named Mr. Coe;whll Voducfion of, day. EVERY MONDAY corrosion y
chairman of the group at the Mar an .oil well has 'very definite' Approximately eighty farm A 110,000 combination garaue
31 meeting when C. J. |arman time limit So Everglade National laborer will be transferred to the CpL Marjorie E, Schlppers, and storehouse for public work ',
and Henry Brooker Jr., were Park will be in existence Homestead camp on II:. Mowry rd. Alr-WAC poster girl and recruit has been finished recently at th*
placed on the planning committee long after any possible oil undet and the remainder will be dispatched er, will be .t the Homestead post pumping station by yard laborMAJ.LF.VARON ,
and Preston B. to other area In the
Msx.Loiner: Bird office .
each Monday from 10 a m.
Dr. Ceo, IX -Ruehle-and Mrv J ..tat*. To date none of the 500
1' to S to talk with interested
p. m women -
F. Hammettt on the finance conimJttee 2 MEDALS GIVEN hand already transferred has }
in enlisting In the Wom
been sent out of the Mat, en'1, Army Corpe. ,

. Redland Team Defeats VETERAN PILOTATREHEWDERE Explosion Causes Fire tween Eligible the age women of 20 ere and those 49, who be. I HOSPITAL HEAD, I

.; Miami Tech High 28-0 Fatal to Negro Child have no dependent lea than 14
; years of age, she says. A high NOW LT.COLONEL
The Redlined High School nine : Mildred Johnson threeyeareld school education I* required no j
,, '; defeated Miami Tech High 21 tonothing negro child, was burned to longer, and women are permitted
Monday afternoon on the The formal presentation of the death in a fire which destroyedthe t. choost their branch Of the Effective this week, Ma]. Loo. .gR.
Miami. diamond. Distinguished flying Cross and horn of her parents, Archer army, their Initial Job assignment Varon medical officer in 1
The Diamondback mad a record he Air Medal,,was made recentlyto and Gladys Johnson, at 1:15: ',M. (If qualified), and their station. charge of the 120-bed Homestead J
score of striking put 12 men Ma). Harry D. Gaines, 30. of, Apr. S In Webb' quarter Just "In other words, women in this Field Hospital wa advanced to J Jth
in six inning Ten were truck Wichita, Kan by Lt. Col. Wm. S.larksdale vest of Robert rd. area may choose Homestead a* rank of lieutenant-colonel. In 1
out by Pitcher Eugen Cowman commanding officer ot The mother and two other chiliren -' their station if there is an opening celebration of the promotion, a ,i
I .tar the first five Innings and two the 2nd OTU at Homestead Field were treated at Dade County here tor th* particular Job cocktail party will b* given In the i'
were track put by .J1nt.Jacbon The crow was conferred for Hospital for bum received fer which the applicant it quail- colonel' honor Sunday evening r'
gs In the sixth.Miami . outstanding,courage -and flying while escaping the Are ,Whiph fled,'', Nye Cpl. Schtpper it the home of Maj. and Mrs. :4/
High will fclay the local l ability demonstrated b1' Maj. started -when than.woman, dropped TM 'young recruiter has ,been Ernest E, Falkenburg.Col ,;
team Monday on the home tilec Gaines In the recent rescue of o gasoline Iron she wed using to'' voted the'favorite pin-up "girl of Varon who formerly rrond.Jpehureh. live seriously injured member ol .:get clothing. In readiness for the ""Seabee In the Aleutian, lallsed it ,genera surgery and .
a bomber crew which had crashed Easter where her husband I* stationed, gynecology IB New York City. "
( to Speak Here la,an inaccessible pot In the African I and she revealed that ah* enlisted bas been la 'wervtc since air, "-JHnonthc ,
,.. Saturder. Nftht''at 8:36 theatre.)! :,The medal wa THE WEATHER III order to IIrtCl ,hlm om* the before Pearl Harbor
warded for an outstanding flight sooner. and cam her when the tIMe,
frank D. Upchurch! candidate In the combat tone, during which b:= '.-r.: z4 !'tats. Hailing from Portland Or*, was activated *n Oct. IS, 141 At
for' governor, will speak her in the'1 ..-Iort'errle4 back a badly .. Cpt Schlppen took 'her basic pmen1wt and Mrs. Varan male
a, !M Legion Park Saturday evening at amaged bomber to It*' base Pale eI lid; Dam axis raining a year ago at Monticello, their home lit the. 3toz]*lead Co\- '

'A6. 8 JO o'clock. where. tt wa*"restored .to service Apr I ':" 78, 41 SOS1;'-'" r,I '(Continued on.Psge Five)* tilt .. ft;
' ( \ I Apr. t .-19" 41 30.20' '

'I :Air.'Cerabat in Near East 'Described I Apr Apr. I I .._.SO 57 'TJ(2 M01 MOT Organization :of South Dade Girls' .t'

I ': :Fir Li Rif'bj Flight Officer Holland Apr Apr. 11 10 .__n"n e* M rUT 2tM ,! Softball,League Sought by Sponsors -,1:

Apr. 11M n 20.$$

A haiardou five-plan mission side in Coral Cable Person Interested la organizing merit of the Dade Olrla'' Basketball .
(a which his was the only ship When turned down by the U. Lex Green Witt Speak a South Dad girls' Softball league: League lost the last some of b,I
to return to baa, wa among experience S. army (Or force la 141. Holland In Homestead April 21 are asked to get In touch with, the series to the Eastern Air Unc ;
in the Near Cast air _lhrtd with the Canadian Min Marl Heosley,. physical ed-l team Tuesday night at Miami ',)
campaign related by a 1 *land Royal 'Air Force and was Bent Lex Green; candidate for ,"- Matton Instructor at Homestead High SchooL -
CMrict.pilot, RAT Flight Officer for training to British. Columbia enter will'speak la Homestead High School and manager of the! Member of th* team, which i* j
*stea S. Holland,' Jr, ,at t the where the mercury ''frequently Friday Apr.. 21, at 110 o'clock.He Turner Cirta Basketball Teem.i coached by Set Wayne: Dennis
Potosi Club Tuesday, eventa*.. tumbled to 51 degree below sera will also be to Miami Apr. Various local business men have Plttman of Homestead Field, art
i: '.W/M Holland who In a movie reel of tile composite I' when he will address the offered to sponsor such teams Dorothy Plttman; Cecelia Harper,
: *.* ....i t Distinguish1 .......UUIa' .making up the Voter*'01 Dada County M Bayfront when organised. Mia Henaleyay Virginia Boyett., Banal Groover
-.P'tying Cross.to on his leave M HCAP. 'Holland, was chosen to Part at I SIr nt"A'cordial tov- Marjorie Connor Catherine Roar
the.bent ot hw parents; ;Nr. and represent Unload;*****.enlistees tatton I* extended to cvryn to .%*,Turner ,TanV-which participated i er, 'Athley, Kemp and Kathleen
\. '':""t kris .T..s, Piolland who now ,.. .' (CMlBued do Page Ttta) Wend:those gathering,' ': in the recent tourna- Campbell '


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: -S-S.t Sidney-- L. Kendrick. Jr f 'Pvt Roy: 8mlUi'aiilvgd Monday\,
: . Pot Fred J. Fucha,' Jr, toe '
.. ..... and Mrs. Fred heM 01 mechanic with an army-bombing,:from Camp Shelby, .Miser 'faj''ioI
SERVIfCE U stationed Bow In aped a one-week furlongh.liti
Homestead, has computed trainIng squadron
I' OUR AIEN"IN ,and has been graduated ai England. Mrs Kendrick, the I with his parents Mr. and Mn T, ;
airplane electrical specialist from former Mia Louise Pecetti, who Dexter Smith. ,
... .. << "" ... the army air force training com had been with him In Walter.'
mand school at Chanut Field, boro. N. C, has returned to I David Barnes, Jr. and Hu
Homestead and la making her ..
U. among those
I Smith were ret
Edwin Lawrence NamedTo Cpl StevI Biondo, USMC who I . home with her mother, Mrs. ins yesterday to Camp Bean
ll hospitalized In San Diego after Sklner. Mr. Florence PsceUL Sat Kendrick
Pfc Fred ton of I examination.Cpl. .
for physical
Captaincy in Army service hi the Pacific, Is expected Mabl Sklner. write from nab I* a ton of Peace Justice and Mrs.Sid ,: . ...,

Edwin Lawrence, elder ton of horn Blonde on I*leave a eon early of Mr.In May.and Mrs.Cpl I that he recently saw, Monroe Loa U Kendrick. Another son,I! Albert Dolar, ton of Mr i
Mr. and Mrs J:. L. Lawrence of H.I ner son ot: Mr. and Mrs. Max Theodore Kendrick USN fire and Mrs. Jack Dolan, baa bee?
Biondo ot Homestead
Homestead, baa been promoted Philip Loaner, who I* serving with u man second data, ha been 111 i transferred from Camp Robinson
was MIlt lint to Oakland, CaL,
tank Another son Oi for TOOT than a month In thenavelboepital
from first lieutenant to captain army corps. I
but has been transferred since V Sklnerha In Bainbridge, Md. Ark, to Camp' Rucker. Ala.'t
In tile Mrs. Skiver Pfc Francis .
army quartermaster corpa. Sao Diego.Lamar I . . I
He It now on maneuver In been transferred from Shrtve.
Marsh baa been
who accepted I
LouIaIana. I port, La. to Camp Phillip. Ark Mrs. Harry Stjrader now
Dickinson Jr., has been . fives W' Miami has received- word for service with the Seabe a\
.l. graduated with a corporal' rating -I sat Walter Bemeckec, lIere. Mfurlough I front Lt. Cdr. W Sawyer, (CEC), from the aerial 1\UlDel'1lehooI from 'THnMaoV has received that h* may. be abler to training at Camp Perry Va. MI'I.)
U NR. formerly stationed In 'Wlnkl"j Marsh with her two smaU chldi| a|
at Buckingham Field, fort Myers, a ten-day extension, Hi Jet 4h.Untcd States I .
Homestead a* naval officer In and.has been 'sent to Columbia, has already spent two weeks herewith nOW'tn.. : I (Continued on' PM Five _j 19, 1
charge of construction of the Key s. Cfor assignment to aa aircreW his parents Mr. and HI.
aqueduct Is, living now In La at radio runner H* com- F. O. Benleck . V 1
Mesa, CaL where lie supervise pleted "radio training In January 10, s .'
contract air work stations on naval and marine .at Scott Field lit Aa expected T-Ssi" 'Richard l Watlic; veter. ELECTFRM j ,
training ten-day delay: en route to an"of ,the Italian'campaign,; li "
stations. U. Cdr. and Mrs. Saw. his, next station was cancelled, her on furlough with"his parents,; 0. WARRHERBl'SDTCSS ., h
per and:.their. children,,,Rosemary and his parent Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mn. F. 1.;- .Wallacs 01 ;
and Billy, made their born in
S. C Dickinson, spent the week HalnUa dr. Sgt Wallace attended
Porvenlr while he ... WOMAN' AND MOTBEE '
'ItAtIoIIed -
end with him In Fort Myers. ;
Rolland High School. '
hen.Lt.. .
a :
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Pvt David N. Roberta has re- U and Mrs. Canon Malcolm ...
Robert Bell son of Mr. and celved a medical discharge from arrived unexpectedly on 'Friday .
,Mn. Robert bell I* at borne on tile army and ha been visiting from Camp.: Mackall, N." c...- to '
a -weele'de1ar; ill route from hit father. J. R Roberts, now of visit Mn. Malcolm's parents,, Mr. fToSTATE
Puerto, Rico. where he,has been Winter Haven, anofa\ brother and and Mrs. Ceo. M. Flick. Lt Malcolm -
stationed .with the. army -postal lilt r-in-ll., Mr. ant Mrs. James returned Saturda,'by plane J
office, to Fort Bragg, N. C.. where Robert of Homestead. David had to his base, but Mrs. Malcon will
h* la reporting for reassignment. I been in the army hospital and remain 101"'illt. 3 '
Mr Ben the former Mis Eleanor had recently been receiving l treatment . i
Ruth Wheeler of Central at the Veteran Adminlittratlon Elmer Martin, AAM a<, USNn 4SUBJECT
Machete, Guayama Puerto Rico, In Oulfport, NUsj write in a recent letter to his TO DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY 4'\
I* Joining her husband here. Lt : parent,, Mr and Mrs. John T. Vt HAY I, 1M'
and Mrs BeU were married May Technical CpL and) Mrs.. EuKene Martin, that his outfit ha been (Pak Political Advertisement) ,;
'J" 30, 1943 In the baa chapel in Saunders of Camp Hulen, undergoing quite a bit of shelling d.S

Puerto Rico.. . Tex. are on furlough W:the homeof and bombing but that temporarily tYYYJt3tYYXYttt3KXaYYItJtYYY t.YJe'tJRY.Yee't.YYt'ttt7/.Y'tlps' : : R7tYA.t! .
Cpl. Ssunden' parent, Mr. and things were quieter. Elmer has
Beo King, Jr.. of the merchant I Mr Chantey Saunders, in Homestead -' been in service sine January ot : '
marine arrived Friday to visit his, Cpl. Saunders 1 Ia an anti lit] and has been In the Pacific,I. ..
parents in Homestead. I aircraft gunner for the past 13 month I II;- :

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In his speeches . --- ,-.,' '.: .

Judge J. Ollie EDMUNDS. IIi Ii ;;'

drive home these points: .'I :: i-iI

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PEAOE can De er'Le preserved at homo II I ..

or abroad u long a* racial, sectional and r; :...
class strife are encouraged by ambitious t

and scheming men fa their efforts to grab I: j

more power. dPtttKSG 'Elect

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can never be made as long aa ..
this country is under the rule of bureau .
erects who not only are able to take away PAUL 1

our individual freedom but by edicts ,

rules and regulation control the agriculture O'CONNORl'.

business and industry of the nation.P ;

Wtf EMIT can never be maintained as i ;I 1 Sheriff, i

long as our taxes and the money loaned .

to the government by patriotic citizens Ito fa HEAR JUDGE'' EDMUNDS

finance our country to victory Is being FMMYMMT I .
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thrown away in extravagant and wasteful ALi4''W }1M 7:15.,.p.m. .. ,.'. "ii
expenditures by a majority of the more 'VIGOROUS FAIR AND: ,

than 2,000 federal boards>> bureaus and
SOMETHING U disk.tkttllTbew + t
....m..tOJII.IIOW in existence.MMNrC ./ IMPARTIAL, ,
in today 3. 90,060 ;/r '

an saw t persons on the federal ayroesonic \ ,. ,' .
J. ttLH; El is :will 'tSM,900'of- ,. them : ; .f' UW MFORCEJVIE T I
in Florida. : "
Florida and the nation Senator ,
serve as our Federal ooployeea, especially ; l ; ,

by fighting to curb the power o r;oHt. those holding non- \ tJ'FOX' ALL 'CITIZENS
civil Service Job form ,a i il
Urai'masters'and" helping. to end federal powerful political ,group i

waste and txtrav'IIDt.e-.ad he will do which In many case hold OF
the balance of power ;in j .
'itwhU'a: ,Uue dignity,arid diplomacy dial elections,*-.i'i.A!; daoaeroua'.weapon l v ; ,
<< in tW liind'of; I I'p' :
will win him the respect and cooperation DADE COUNT.a t '
political ma lcr. '
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*this colleagues in tlxe.trnate.r, ,' t Vote,J'C"'fr. " ,

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",.',Y.,AprtMt-1944 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE __ ___ Page Three

. FRED I. POLLOCK I Princeton Church Slates 'Preston B. Bird who Is seeking Mr Cleary was a member of and a thirtyt drd degree Mason. '
office from the new Fourth Die the national Democratic committee He helped organlce and was first
| 3-Night Revival
Electing trlct consolidated from the former which seated President Rooeevelt exalted ruler of the Miami Beach )I IVote
DIES AS RESULTOFCARACCIDENT I I A Jlve-fOght revival meeting Fourth and Fifth districts : In 193J. .He to a post worshipful Elk's Club, and served two years I
1 will begin In the Princeton MrthIod This fact was emphasized by' master 'lit Ocean-Bay as president of the: Mml Beach .
I, 'at Church Monday night at 8 t JMr Cleary recently when he: Lodge, F. and A. Ma Shriner Uona Club ..
o'clock with the Rev W. E. Rowed I visited thla area seeking support'!
I lot Holleman Park Methodist: in the May a primaries. "Dueto .
Fred I, Pollock Gt N.W. Ninth:Church as evangelist announces'j confusion: caused by the redistricting .1.1I
M. died at 4:30 a m. yesterday: i the pastor, the Rev M. X. Myer now and then t run I I For
In Dade Count Hospital of com-) A cordial invitation I la extendedthe I across the misapprehension thatI 1 ,,
pllcstlan resulting from Injuries: public am seeking office from the
sustained when be was struck by: I Homestead area while I am actually
t car driven by Burley DandyAx. : tCLEARY campaigning for the Miami iI.
1 on N E.: Eighth at. SEEKS Beach District. Mr Cleary said!
i. Val C.
A brother was expected to arrive However, the candidate stressed I Cleary
from Tampa last night to the fact that he seeks the supportof : ,
help make funeral arrangements. OFFICE IN NEW\ Redland District residents as 1 d dw
'The Turner Funeral Home will his election will be subject to the
'be In charge BEACH DISTRICT will of voters throughout the 1 I. j
Mr Pollock and hit wile, Mart county '
,tha, 'came,' to homestead about A resident of Miami Beach since
t twenty-flve-jreen ago Mr Pol Vat c. Cleary, civic leader and "20. Mr ,Cleary has lIrYeetwo .
lock was formerly a.fruit packer Miami Beach councilman Is seeking terms si mayor, !has been. councilman i '. '1
r :but for the past rear he had been election as for ten years, and has
. 'employed by Bedd's, Pry Cleaner served as tart assessor and Justiceof
of the recently! created the 'peace. All of this helps
1 itedlaritt; :) jilt ;Names Fifth* or Miami Beach:District, and to!qualify him for the office he
: Gfro1 -Track Teams la not running in,opposition to Is seeking he points out

The following lineup bell been!
!announced to represent Redlandi ELECTJOEI"CONDERMANN
i ;High (School at the annual county I
.,Irla' track meet which FOR .."
.held this year on Apr JO-J1 ate
,flamingo Park In Miami Beach) 'in'lrP.
Homestead -will not compete due' "1 County Commissioner
;to transportation difficulties, IIII ? SHERIFF :
The Redland senior high school
lineup Includes Lenora Williams, Pull Down Lever ISA ...

win, Miriam Holmes, Lucy Jenkins -
and Thelma SkalL
Representing the junior high The OnlyCandidate HOLDER QUALIFIES HIM FOR THE
school will be Ruby Bailey, Verna:
don, tale Mae Claggett, Marie I QUALIFIED BY EXPERIENCE {
Kufeldt, Barbara Jean Crate, Avis,
Underwood Katherine Weber
,, and,
Jackie Rogers |I II TEAM OF ACTIVE: LAW INFOaCEMENT (Paid Political Advertisement \
(Paid l'oIltica1 Adw by rr4oa.t
Musical Program Slated

Tonight for NazarenesAt II .

the Homestead Nazarene 3F tawel '
Church tonight there will be all!
special musical program of pianoI,j .\

piano accordion, harmonica, Spaaiih a ,
guitar electric guitar and!
Hawaiian guitar numbers Vocalpresented '
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solos and duets will be J "FOP forGOVERNOR'r .a "?
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also before the regular preaching .- .' -" ; ., : "

crvlce.Free Methodists to HearMissionary I OVANoA. ,'

From Africa ," I (

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Mary Backerwtoe, returned rnl.- .. / .:
alonary from Africa, will speak ,
it 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. Sundayat i
the Florida City Free Methodist

church '

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f.S.) S NATOW: .
of and for tne
by, People

Friendly Personalservice .
s .i> j.rTNt HIS COVENANT -

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L 'Win the war and the peace Restore Slate Eights and local self-govriiimfnt. ,.
r ,,' t Equitable and Just taxation Ne additional tax. Economy .
r r v1 1. Expand and develop Florida's Industrial and all natural researees.
'.J 4.-' Cheaper asitemeblle tags. ,
(. Justice and se.naIUy for Industry and Labor-wtdentandlng..
Homestead and ether aid for all war veterans.
". Definitely ft* per mouth for seed. Cot red tape. Definitely match Federal funds .t
fw Mind and dependent children. r
.2. KalM .salaries of .school teachers. Health ad A united Florida.Carry '
fUNtEAlJ iTMOOKAU COST : .1.- t ... reeonaneadatleas ., Florida CentlnaVis Education Coanell. ; '. 'J wr,
b .
,'., Build reads Develop.eommereUI aviation. Develop tourist trade.TItUZ' . '. i..t .I'1, :,
We know that 'a family seeks .: : t'i\R:
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more than perfect Funeral Direction , .. .,?.
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at the .sudden, moment'of IN : ....
frlef. They need to be relieved: WEIGHED THE BALANCE AND FOUND NOT WANTING *r.k' i /I .1'e

;M every routine' detail cf eourse.1 1 "THE EMERGENCY IS yoo'GliAVRFOR, EXPERIMENT.LEIS : :. ,
:But also, they must be'apar.4;
i I "worry, a* to, expense, of, the,) GREEN IS QUALIFIED, EXPERIENCED ,AND' WORTHY TO Y''
'Funeralwhich must be-of s''
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standard above critical: 'comment.' SERVE AS GOVERNOR .

,Our Service greets these. ,needs.,! .

."completely.. Turner j . He! Has Kept# the Faith and He WA ,Keep Faith With Y*

Funeral Home: I

: H -hr.* 4 b:lancs ervleeS. ,: Hear him speak, Hometeid. Friday ;\pr.21. at 1:30, or In.Barf rent Park Wednesday

,,' 'read. t'.t'' 'I iJ ,April '19th at 8:60: p!.m.,County,Candidates are Incited. to speak,

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T Wilson Austin, Homestead High signed. to help strafe,eut, enemysearchlights 'GRAHAM tug I budget.) knows that CDrmawp:
LEADER! School Junior performed sleight. the front of his plan SEEKS 'j'I sense planning U the key tn-her fl

ef-hand trick, assisted by George. was blown out and carried with home financial problem.and she
11 AND CNTtBPRISgi : who I know the same I* tni of
Janitor another student It the navigator managed to BUDGETWEE the
..... ..i ma The evening" musical Inter- grab the second pilot's anklet and I II. state

I lude was provided by Pit Nor pull himself back to safety. On I I "We can get the money w*
i PdlWd to w N Iaw.w.Llee, man Coldblatt of Homestead Army this mission,- Holland's was the WOMEN'S VOTETampa need' for solving Florida prpb, 1
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,1 ere w ft" ae" tomb o.w tr.UN 'I
Air Field, who before entering only one of the five-plane squadron I lens which stem from money I ?
the was first violinist to return. worries, but we must get it \
army P'la. Apr 1J-Budget-I ,
AICNiePradowt After 29 combat) 'through expanding our general h
with the New York Philharmonic running up conscious women know Florida'sprosperity I
ad IdtkeAV15IN Orchestra and fellowship holder noun, Holland was given I rest,, future must be bad business and not through burden.

LUCII AlCP.n at the Julllard School of Music, during which time he went to on found planning Sen. Ernest R. some additional taxes. If we try i'l
ri..a.e savt New York City Accompanied on Cello where he studied for a commission Graham candidate for 1 to solve our problem by coo.
"' reread and made flight sUntly levying new taxes, well
leWRtloN.vaecatrnou the piano by Miss. Lenora Stewart was of
..... ... a group ,.
And that levies
head of the mugle departmentof lieutenant, the equal of captain in at hit Hlllsborough county headquarters -' top heavy have
the Homestead school, Private the American force Tuesday 'I'' crumpled the very structure we're 'a.
UTD Ooldblatt played three selections At his request, Holland was assigned trying to build"Senator
to lIMo Casts a _. See,, NtlISIS "Any housewife UMd to keep
I'a Presiding over the lad....' night! to a night Beau-fighter. I Graham predicted an S
awn eI 0.a. = t'M dinner-meeting wa the Rotary which he describe a* one et the unusually heavy woman vote lathe .. \
1, I states a ,roO a.... Club president, X. B. Blackburn. most deadly Allied plane and er of Marthil Vineyard Mos,i I spring primaries, and pralt.ed 1 !.

' Present besides those on 'theprogram on one of his early million, he and John Havlland of Baltimore. t this increasing Interest 11;
....... .... .... ease were: Mr. and Mrs. shot down a German bomber. He 1 "
-.a ls, M w - at
alb t riMtd. adw w as ad Blackburn Mr. and Mrs. Wm. 3Geroalmo himself was hot down In enemy
tank UTS.The Mr. and Mrs Ben territory while engaging two
Archer Dr. and Mrs.. A. M4 Logan Uessenchmldts and a Cornier A MAN OF HIS, WORD 'I

' Mr. and Mn C t. Parman, flying boat With one wing shot
, Second MileBy
Mr and Mr*. Geo N Wakefleld off and otherwise disabled his
Annie Majrhew ntcBatrfck Mr and Mr. Adrian Jacob, Mr. Beau-fighter landed on the water OFFERS m PELF
and '101.... Geo M. Trick Mr. and and Holland managed to get him-
By Annie Ma-hew FUsaairlck Mrs C. H Stetfanl; Mr. and Mrs. self and hill fatally wounded navigator br, Opposed to political premise*,

Would you know the Joy ..of., Fred Redd.Mr, and Mn J L. aboard their bulletriddleddinghy. ,' ten, Ernest fL Craham. war
service? I Kulp, Mr and Mrs. Howard John- The navigator died withIn veteran, farmer, budiwe. man,

Then press on the second nlle ion, Mr, and Mn W, Y. Bush half an hour and the pilot removed tree sea far Florida only that
Ck graciously and willinglyAnd Mr. and Mrs. W. C Thayer, Dr. his valuables but we wtileh he has PROVEN successful
do It with I imile and Mn Philip Westgafe, Dr. forced to dip the body. over the In his awn ktniMM.ELECT .
There nothing really difficult and Mrs. A. L. Burgreen-.VJ' and side to keep the boat afloat A
Things may be strange and new. Mrs, Roy Chandler, CApk'sndMrs. British speed launch braved fRNCrr R.
There nothing that li drudgery Thos. & Royal. Mr; 'and enemy Waters to. pick Up Holland I
If )rou've chosen It to do. Mn O. B. Parker, Mr. and who returned to action with his GRAHAMGOVERNOR

W. E. Rheney: Mr. and Mn 14n'f squadron within two days
Tile train come when you watch Brooks. Mr. and Mn J. L< Bollard At the conclusion of the flight

the clock Mrs. Lee H. Lehmsnj 1'1'" officer talk the club adjourned
With hand outstretched: for pay Frank Rue Mn Julian H,, We>- to the home of Mr and Mrs. Sam

Ttieci lagging cluck hindi make ster Mrs. Wm. Payne. Mr"BCar- I. Davis on Farm Life rd where 4 a Patltkd Adr.lI
of time eon Malcolm, Mrs. Gerard Hlg: live musical number 'were pre-
A weary, endless day gins Miss Annabelle Redd and tented In duet on two piano by

Miss Sophie Tuman. I In. Whitney Beam and Mn W. .
But If you choose to do a thing H. Eaton

You'll be happy all the while Quests of the club were J. S.
And you'll learn the Joy of service AIR COMBATContinued 1 Holland of Coral Gable, H. F

A* you go that aecond mile. ( From Page Onegjl' Songdahl of Redland, Geo Walk-

and wa Introduced iff! Air M

ster Powers 0(. rtQL
COE Holland went by chip nl.1 rerrrei-Bt ...

to England, "tb only time I .
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land back for its proper use-th o really KaredjUW.:": confessed and I CAB SERVICE I
conservation of subtropical (loriand there he was sslgned to a Wefg I II
llngton bomber and sent to "NorWAfrlc ':'
fauna which i* duplicated In I f' at reasonable rate ,
no other national park in th e yea .
United States." There Holland helped ...bt'1 I

An oil prospecting company tibuilding I Rommel bI..Jtc ujh, and after 1)I: Day Phone ............ 9103 ;' '. .
missions a* second pilot he was. I .
road aouth froM thsTamlaml
Trail Into the park ire, promoted to first pilot still with Night Phone ....?.. 239 . A I
his and In "ti
sergeants rating com: .
preparatory to drilling I well
and Mother company I* now ta,,mand of eome crew member HOMESTEAD CAB SERTICKe :' 1
with commissions. I II ..
the seismograph stage of oil etc O. Ylnauoer. Prea.t ( ,
In unsuccessful attack .
on .
ploration In the Cape Sable and I : : .
I Tobruk where Holland wa as- .
Royal Palm State Park region
A producing well I I. located just

north of the northern limit or I :
the park area '
'After oil U once brought In 1

the oil companies clean up about r
the well and erect presentable

looking equipment," Mr Coe *ak t t :
"So perhaps the tcenery will not 1 1j
be desecrated too erlouily I

have visited the Sunnlland No. 1
well which I* now producing ol '

and the arrangement of tank and .. ''' '
other equipment I* quite.orderl1 1 e im..?w afa ...-. 'Jl'

slid neat"Mr. /,
Coe, who 1* recognised ai :
the father of the Everglade Nat ; 1

lonal Park Idea, was presentedby

the Rotary Club program FINISHED{ :f
chairman, Ben Archer, who tilled PHOTO
attention to the fact that I geol-
t <%tat last week declared that
Homestead and the park are Woa It' forget this mug soon, Yea set,this country st sal ,| ;
from the Florid Key north coven ,
a gigantic oil pool will you? Led the seen tad die root...

He la It had the electric ewer, tee-.
Homestead future prosperity was top shun once -
lice not In the guise of an oil some quarters. Today ke'i wifAosii ..'feft war. Wtutni

o boom town but In Its enviable Leaded for the ash <.!',:. .014 mot .frtttl I

position a* the eastern gatewayto The ( 'alee.
9W.01 It wan a snean,_titter Jot, '
Everglade National Park In ;gyre compeaies, of which .
needing him off. It still Ie.ADd we ar
Mr Cocoa opinion. Twenty million : '
one, are prodhave .f, ,.W
person visited the national though be deesat}ook it new,' waar. ,
there tune wins he doM-aad are. 4eoac..
was a seemed
of the United States In 141
to have tht..u"te his poeicc to soak Hitler a ha*.bsWThey :.!OJ1 '
he said, and based on this figurean ,
estimate! of BOO,000 visitors What &d Ma* top kin aree- .

year for Everglade National Park., First of all,rngatnc --Then, 'La the law cl waVa eaommme,,
I*. conservative he think among either things, Aalerir.epralsetiowsomething extra burdens,' elf eesswal4o i
!"Homestead Job will be that 'rreVra neWl Ar rise s
her . ; . ...,.j.jIt
'ot'thousands sleeping of. and tourtsta-tyour feeding these role 4 i e *si *f ships aad pisses It's sin t1by ,
s jell ....
will be that of host And It will (I'
be a' profitable one,, too." -sad food, aad mcuuiioM amiirJUA to ....... '
The very lantern., slides were la natural .. .*--*-'ia isobe...eellegttansdesl .'..,. "danted ,........... I

color Mr. Coo gave the ..New Is eeent U beat the a"*er &e was IMS U.anti) .mists. :
same talk that he ha given to "ieee.a:Taet'f a load ,*!.* U teeieoiet ekes yea feel rice . .! '
audience In Washington work- ..\ f Now" Xweivieveleof news.welt ".". "' .... :
fur toe designation of this are ,*,e te.;aOe;. a Lang frsieaee cal eefeeea T sad W f>..... If : ". Te eygi..tq. 9:+15, &W.t., Ceiesltn,9reedeeaf e ,I
M a national park.:' Although he ..1.., Ueerte-'fr we aeee lei..e1; ...r.. ....let. ski. ,*,.,.. hi .
instated. that any who wished
,aw.is. Low w..s 00"wk% 1 {
should set free to leave at anytime "I
during: the, showing of the f ro ....... ;.;;....- .: t

pictures the **** M teeJr'Rotary TUMMtH A -.J"'
Mt fasctaeM WMU the
': fast PreGIdIIII slime had air bleat,' COST.tMft. ,etitii! aae: --A>. _ -- ---- 10'f IMtio ttE6tjllt)11) =;1Y(EfOa81t. ITlIg'ta1T/MEb; Y i iw

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.. .. 'employee counselor and NN.N iNia.NNi.NNNN\N\\N
f\f. m WARRlliiR I personnel interviewer at civilian TROOP 25 BOY SCOUTSBy

Our :ami Air Depot. She ha Jolla rep EPPERSONFor
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y RUNS EOR STATELEGISLATURE i also in the sale and auditing des N \N N NNiiiN.Nai\ .ra

6'' Men in Service I Mrtmeot: ot Burdiae's and a* an The Homestead Boy Scout will
: ':. : nterlor decorator In the furniture meet In the Homestead Baptist

: . . . . !I I department addition at Richards.In the found. time to i Church Monday Right at TJO. ;
I At our business; meeting Monday CONGRESSCLYDE. !
?. (Continued From Page Two) I Mr*. Francs O. Warrlner orl serve a* volunteer aircraft spot we had a group discussion on :
with Dade Defense
ter the County
|will continue to make their home '24el S. W. 17th ft, Miami U 'II'camping and a recreation periodof
Council and to do the cooking
herewith; her parent. Mr. and Democratic ,candidate for the Barnes. c :,
lUn, Philip,Bipndo. state legislature at representativefrom and the sewing toe her family. f AU toy between 12 and II are (
. Dade County Group S. eligible to attend. '

Coxswain Robert McLeroy: Mrs Warriner ,Will bora In II Homestead"Girt" Scoot*"I \

of Pittsburgh I* here Houston, Tex., In IMA and
tUSN., on eoneweek came I Jemy Floe Davisnnnnwnun.nuuuunuuuunuuw ,, I
leave with hit wif. to Miami In 1012. She owns her By ,,,, ,,, ," ,,,,nuuuuw" "
|the former Mil Jennie Tower, own home and JIM a family" of
and. baby Philip Mr. McLeroywlll three Jean, 16, Jane, U, and The Girl Scout an Apr It were
: | return Sunday to his station. Jerry 10 all outstanding studentsShe \Joined by a new ecout. Georgia
. ha been active In PTA. Skill who wa* a scout In St I
x "Robert-cavils, eon of W. B. work for the past ten yean and Louis W* art glad to have her. :
On Apr < we went camping at
; [Cam Homestead, i* stationed active, In politic nine year. Snapper Creek and cam back
)with [the 'navy, In Jacksonville. Mr. Warrlner'a tbuimesi experience "t
Apr e. Mrs. Will Payne a former
[)(r. Cavel.t.wbwould. have re- has been varied. She went
scout, with us
maiter'i degree In served the first
etlvt4- a as woman theatre \
The Ctrl Scout are having acookie ,
[chemistry! ash the .University 'of manager for Wometco; for six 6 .
sale 'on their S2nd birthday 6N
[Florida in'February, enlisted last yean 'she was employed by: the anniversary.Mary ,
|November In the Merchant Ma- city of Miami on the distinguished Lou Musselwhite served \ ,
(rIPe where he was training a* a guest desk at the annual air {
refreshment and we all enjoyed .Jt
I pharmacist mate. Called by his meets,and aided, In codifying\, city them. 1
I dJ'Ittlloard: Mr. Cave was given ordinance and setting up accident
Mrs Skill I* going away, and
f a discharge from that branch and bureau Ales She acted at administrative .
the Cow Patrol will have chargeof
(inducted Into service on Feb. 15 personnel assistantfor
the Apr. II meeting. EPPERSON
[at Camp Blending WPA, and worked a* member- A. l'
ship representativ for the Shore EX-IEKVICEMAN

St, and Mn Robert Cast of Club and as Invoice clerk for Or. Leonard. Ilukin Mentor Amerlcaa Incise

, I Miami spent Easter: here with Fred Howland, 11\e. on the Opa e........ IN b. sta.IMaea fie-eleci Wounded I Time la WerUWar : ,
iMn, Cast parents. Mr. and Mrs Lock naval base job. She ItS mine ttt aijiM w I 1 f
I Jv*a Moeerf < up Embry-Rlddl central flllni 1
. II system and kept the critical materials GLASSESROLLER He Will Understand the
f CLAUDE Ex-aervlceman'a: Freblrms 'If' 1 d
i.Sft. Otis Loper Is returning to inventory at a Miami ship- 1I'c ere. L rrd at 1..ela,

[his paratroop unit at Camp yard. -i esh..y..a c.-ao.e Twos shad He is for South Florida ,i "
Mackall, N. C, after a furlough Mrs. Warriner has served a* PEPPER4iQ4Vl and South Florida People ;
I at the home of hi*' parent, Mr
[and MIX. I* A. Loper of Naranja WAC RECRUITER as a Whole E l'
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\\Eft-Ben\8echdol of Denver (Continued From Page One) SKATEIN VOTE FOREPPERSON :'

f\lstted.overnight Wednesday with Ark, before going for two months COMFORT U.S.SENAfORExperience 1
Ibis grandmother, Mrs. T. C. Set- to the army administration school ,
Pert St.3 I hi* horn* '.f1.. .. with his grand- then as an .......WAC personnel A...... ace. ...t.f Ajven i Count OUR NEXTCONGRESSMAN :'
[parents, clerk at poet headquarter
i ... *. e e II' Malden Army Air Field Mo
Cpl, Herbert Booth of Fort and in October was called to Max. Democratic Fnni Tear support Is

Jackson, Columbia, S. c.. Is ex- well Field, Ala. to assist In recrultlng May 2i IS<4 Earnestly Invited
Ipectad homo on furlough about work. CpL Schtpptn is Skating ,Rink Democratic Primary
I the Jlth of this month. He ha assigned at present to the recruiting May 2, 1914
[been oa maneuver the past three office kt 21* Post Office Ant cwmmoiia
I months I Building In Miami. This Adv Paid for by Friend

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I senior ILler M'LLAltO CALDW.u. POe eOVsenoe ELECT 'LLA.O CALDWELL '

; FORGOVERNOR AnnouncingA }

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New ARMOUR Agent !

Sleet de 11t Ie = KIIGORESEED' j

e4t. AAI/J/ t I If : COMPANY {

.AA"' A JJIIJ-- i $ Homestead, Florida i':

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.. The maker ef ",...r'. FerUllsen are pleased te

announce the appointment ef mars teed CBUHM \
For our next Governor Florida should
agent I In -... and vtelatty f Arasecr'a '
1:1i : ay a* er
have the best qualified man in the race.
j BIG CROP. This Arm I* new aocipylng the ware- t \
i -! Our next Governor will have to handle
Pone formerly used fcy' Anmw FerUMaer Week, (
of the and =
the problems war the postwar
I "... ... U ef ...
era,These problem will be many and difficult. g and I* offering a growers '

Inquire into the character, ability and experience of the cans this section. Tea will And aU year. aericalhnralneeds
then here-seedi, **ray saterlala sad eeemplete i
dUatae for Governor. Study their record select and ..upi
g: "ptittthe man you hid best qualified. t Sleek ., Anwar BIG CROP FerUlbersiMik I

.t.._ JMillard,Caldwell E U recofnUed be calm level-headed, en. Y yew week iraal fet owe , Make Roan i;
E emetic and etaceVei; a man of sound business ability and tested Aero De II* Bed thretvh Wise MpUeatleai efAnawwl j i

I e ,"tctmlnlhlp;His record proves hU capability. and qualifications, F......... aaaae *. FMAda. aspseisnyadapted :i

U tam sails sad crop. of this aeetles..Ordde ,.

aw, lake swe ef yew awplyt. 1 See ew new asset )
Kilter seed c.-...,.
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Ii 0}mile Social Events in South Dade' : .}. \."l ir .:I I

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It 'I Home Club. Way Presentation oirPlsneCrwy
The Calendar' Demonitraton
IN PROGRAM AT SAM DAVIS RESIDENCEA Apr. :28-Meeting of Homestead ." II Junior jfiF-i
'Art with Mn B. E. Catlin 1 May Installation of oWcers
: .. Club ,
:A musical program featuring Beam Mn J. D. Redd Mn It Apr' II-W.s.C.s. Circle meetIngs I 1111 Miami '' of Woman Club>> or Homestead.' I
tocal. violin and piano artist was K. Foulk, Mrs Wm Tanner, Mn One with Mrs. Anna Carter May Installation meeting of'I'I May Meeting of Priftcctod
t presented at the annual evening S L. West, Mr*. H Collier, Mn Two with Mrs. O. Sewell Palmer .:1!:Homestead BPWC at home ofliMrs. i Casualty Station. r
Ii meeting of the Monday Music Betty Lou Oatlin, Miss Elizabeth Threewith Mn Geo. Smith I B. A. TibbltS I May 10-Meeting of the **f
Club held this week at the horn Halnlln, Mia Marllou Harris,: Apr. 19-Meeting of Homestead May 2-Tag day for South Dade stead Casualty Station. .' t .
of Mr. and Mrs Sam J. DavU. Miss Lenora Stewart, Virgil D., P.T.A. ,
Violin selection were presentedly Lyon, Irving Lyon, Louis G.b1j -Apr 2 J-Meeting WA.CA. Circle -I
Pfc. Norman Goldblatt former and Sgt :Nelson Four with. Mrs. Nat Lease.WOMAN'S .
first violinist with the New York
II Symphony Orchestra, who U ittloiMd *- CLUB OF HOMESTEAD CHOOSES
'i now at Homestead Field.B. a..rr.. tag tae.tirtta t a t;a I t.Ae r
+ M. Hlodman accompanied PfcDoldblatt MRS. HERBERT KATZ FOR PRESIDENTMrs. 39s
r at the piano. VrHET U'R' RTE
i Two-piano duets were playedby Herbert Katz was elected unchanged with Mra. H. K. Foulk
: Mr*. Whitney Beam and MnV president of the Woman's Club,I recording secretary; Mn, James toe See PASCAtt
I , H Eaaon. and Set Wm. Turn- of Homestead at a special election L. Bird corresponding secretary; [KIM Softens enb prolern
tr sang to the piano accompanltoent held Monday evening to fill Mrs.. P. J. Franklin treasurer; 81IIIe ourakia
''II of Bit A. P. Pratt Mn. vacancies caused by the resignation and Mn Virginia Walton, auditor s
of officer. Mr*. Augustus astir. lit MM IKII1IIRS91
Julian H. Webster played; a piano 00sh
aolo Mn. Lonnie Hood presented' Wynn was elected Ant vice-presi Mrs. A. F. Arthur Is In chargeof SHHI LOTION ro eae"d"kl"
|Fie dent and Mr*. E J. Dyal. second arrangements for Installation 5 y '
!11 Easter lilies and mixed flowers' vice-president ceremonies which: win be .held:
"' were used for decoration through, The rest of the late' remain, May I.

I ti, out the room, and corsages and uJ REQ. 234 ) e .
I boutonnieres, were presented to 'FOR
r those, present Cake and coffee,I I ASPIRIN

Present besides thoM mentioned ( !*<
If ;I O. Chase, chairman, wa assisted TABLETS
I'I by Mn Bees Thorns Mn entgalckretlefefhed- <; CORN PROS,
+h Loll, Nichols and Mr*. Fred Suber. actin and minor mum tae 155,feal z
t : Next Tuesday evening the Red- 1 let Palos of common s FOOT, f ifte"
\ land PTA will be In charge of totdi. 19 tso
1\ : entertainment and the VSO girl 19 Tote CHOICI
f I will come down from Coral
\ I In response to the appeal of last
week a radlo-vlctrola and a collection Ito
of records were given to c
: the USO by Mn Ralph Done. Your doctor'$prescription U tn important
Flowers were given to the club order. It is imperative that you follow this
this week by Mr. and Mn Ceo. order 10 the letter. Following orders "to
the Ictrct"is also the rule of the Reisll ,
W, Turner and Mr and Mn E
. .The Recall
Prescription Deptnmcnr.
I : J. Norman, Jr. double-check truem guarantees that every
prescription M filled euctly M your doctor
: MEDICAL DETACHMENTTO last ordered. Moreover only pure, boh
I GIVE SUFFER DANCE in of lading phnrwceuiinl > -
; The medical detachment of the Meal art kscti by the
station hospital at Homestead I Until pharmacist, ;
r Army Air Field 1* entertaining''I TOY CAM lilY ON tt
with buffet supper and a dance, ,
( on Monday evening at the.. Coral
and Mrs Paul Reynolds en.
: tertained at dinner Sunday evening .
In honor of the fifty-second
wedding anniversary of Mr. and
Mrs Ralph Raymond Of Miami: L J
: Dinner wa served In ,the, patio,!
: end the table wa centered with! |
i a wedding cake topped with 'a
t miniature bride and bridegroom '
/ Coven were laid for Mr; and
: Mrs. Preston B Bird Mr and OZ61111ir
Mrs Frank Raymond of Miami,
Mrs. H. A. Wymsn. of Long 1.-
land. Mn. Ella Fairchild of New
zt't 1 Haven Conn. Mn Atkinson of
Homestead, Elmer Perry of'Hono
i lulu. David Lester Bird, Joe and
One Reynolds the honor guest
and the not and hostess k


I .The i next meeting of Princeton
Casualty Station.will be, held
Hay 8, announcer the' captain,
Mrs Eugene Fontaine. :
t Mosquito control*,,wa* 'atudiedat ""
the L meeting Monday night
when plans were made for forming -
new clas in first aid Those
I Interested In such a course are
asked (o get:tn. touch'with Mrs. '
Fontaine ,
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Misses Antoinette). Helen; and .
: Sue Moye were dinner guest
Monday'evening of Mr and Mrs..

i i Casper Modello.William at their home tn .J


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" ended.ltdPaid.. will .. -.w W DM .. .... twn MStartk MMM, OilMt or "
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saw 16. 1944. fib the dt1re a., the Clark .f ta _.. B, TnrMkl SS ...... ..... CISIFIEDADVERTISII
bra, 1. 1 Oast N.68% Miami. 41 E... PUt Book B, rem Ilk III tk.
r4rM., fa Ib as ... are 1uII-I. Tows f North ......
County ft Owkt I Ij
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I L L )14 )/W\4 ... 1\ Two It 004 I. .M MM. tl J. a. McCnm!I III. ,1_ __UUUdd U "
III. II IAt auk. W EH s. N(4 *f sw1A ,
made h. un. Off AA I. BMIt. tt. Ttiwe ha II gvrtk, .....I t
> IUrltr H4 41 Ert, Pot bank B, Prove ISI t. tk.j j i FOR RENT oCt). (jilt!)
.. Lot 4 hook. S D.WWT P | .... i T.w. rf North MkiMl, C.mtf Duk.! .
N'.< I PS 14/tS t_ IS Twp Tt Ron. BUI rf narlaX M MumcMl ta Otr. ROOMS and i
+i Beaatv
II. IW a 10'). Esau .. R.ow. tM<*U N. ar?. The .MMiMBit *f wed 1( apartment PERSONAL
*... Saw North rf Kb* H.,. Plane rtr M4* Ik. MM OrtlflrM b. able rate,, hot water and chow
.. r- ee.d WM ta the Mm at I B. MiOnMT e.... Palm Hotel Florid City. FREE If Exceet acid celiHeQ;; r
s T a
I Rack I larlaus .... P& u. .. ../d c.u..._ MMll M \ I
6/16 .... IS Twp. It DM ... IN'1r I doomed MMHIlW M ..... the HultltrMcrlkM lr-\ pain of Stomach Ulcer, Indlfettlon J
) _II. L..w .4 __ IkHM. will W .w M IM hak..t .I FOR SALE ,, Heartburn Belching ./
Wear .f doe /1..Ma. .f MW M kMwr U the Court HMM
Bleating N.\IINo Cat Paint
tea av u* ...* "a" -.... the tint Wonder ta the Mjodtk M1-1 ,
.a'e .. Ul I* Work. I lIorrIa II.... ........ UM IM day o( HW. .(. FOR SALE, -horsepower (MO. gel tree aample Udja at i
Nomination N..I Dated ibis SIMl .f line motor like new 4601 N. Brown Pharmacy (pJT>
.: day Mlrrk t44.| :
II _
IM a IUI. Loc.04. the ...k ,B. s. LMTUKKMAN W. 22nd Ave, Miami. (11..21)
It.4..w_ ,A"MI';; I.I4tk Ncrawa.d.Loa at. ."e-. Eooot 06 CMT hi'lIMa C.wIp Clroutt. .Cwirt.Clrr.lt ...... MEDICINE BALL punchlnc.baft.exertislnf WANTED :

1 T A 8 of or-014 P5 Isa....I I Ir U k. JOHNSON D. C. machine golf club. CHEVROLET Pay CUb for I
Trim ... ... Man It. 11. t. l4.
L ...IT.. Rrome,10'A.a 1 abut UI') _W Ayr 14. > I .-..L cant roof paint Sun wrecked Chevrolet Box J014. \

Nor ) NOTES OP APPLICATION POI I dar a. III. Apr. 11' Therklld.toll' Homestead.
',. Uto 14 W M tmt TAX DKD ., Frame *v*. near dairy.pa .
and H t* *1 f...T14 W SM-UUi W LM P5 t< Chapter IT4IT.... ft ,.... (pa 11) WANTED; by permanent reel- 1
III" ... Todd __w pat) 5w. Pita A fit dent S er IroomJftturfttahe4
I Two tt KM It. leased go pk NOTICE: IB KUWAIT CIVXN tat I FOR SAJJC-l-pi" double bedroom house. Box S02, Homeatead.
.te.tt W Btni. .An Ma.atsa, Mnrln. W. Koto* kolnrr ft Tw ofNortk suite .
MlnMl TM CtrtlflrM. Ho, inbmt4) young -.*.Ited.mare (.!*)
L 1Itwt. M lii'lknn .err tt SIU the ..* ft ., potted pony bridk
. MW *i""" A D ,
MKt)' w lor i *.._....,
tisriXtk ISM kM IM same ta Mr WfUo aN and addles, barrel chum a.bJe. .*' WANTED: direct from owner 40or
}- itr i ..... kM _ll otbHl .
MM w i.. ** for tout flood undeveloped;
.... 4 t'wa. It sus ... 1..1.4Tess ta .. brand tkntton. said 0"tifiesto Call 12S-M-4. (aJ4U) more acre
THE1NCIfEASE.1NT.Hf ... us. 4.rtb d ontkrntM, tile ........> described m r.Jrta land suitable tor citrus and: 'I
IS Pros UM c...... of Do4o auto d FOR SALE-Good large mart avocados. Contact by mail V.

:*:JtJANY THOU.. &wa .. a.il ., NmtkwMtN Ul 14.to-wit Bloek I 4*. ... M._ MM" mule Phone Homestead W-J-1 W. Pica: 1314 Milan. Coral .

AfcW "row d I.4.-." leaWI ..... Addition BMtton -AH. ". PlM .... tpal) Gsblei. 34, Fla.. U14-21) ; ,
WHO W..i
VOLUNTARILY :'L': 1, Two. n .. ... roes ** ta sort/... IS4H ,.....
PLEDGE SUP Ml M MMOM)4l M. Si* Alp' II lawk, Ran 41 IaN ta tk* I GOOD MULE 1 work horse LARGE!: site child express wag
Nash of.W..1tt Dr. Tn fl North II..... CMM ft DM, I saddle
lfRed| bone Inquire
on. 303 S. Kreme Ave. Phone
sea of rWrMn.MT
I" "he'
X) ro- at' .etb.eek ., 1114
811:%-.of .... If! Nn7' B: '166.1 i TTo s.avm.ne d std to use ty uw at Fla. City State Farmers'Mkt Ml (pall
s >M i w iw .... f rw., ST, .... tile,...MM _. ....* was ta .... MMof (pa 28)
I Min.UnMM
MM MltttloM.
Frank D. II. W4 of North I/I NWU ...... niMlillna t* .... fk.ll the nr.MKjMrlkH M.. I-ROOM house plui imall apart- stead oneor two-bedroom
t MEM) 5w Ad. Two eCl7'Kn. M 1 threats will .. said ta tkokklkMt tatat lixrur. Lot SOxlM ft. RKromeav & house or garage apt by couple
arm Lw.tt4 Ml Lone Vim .... kMMT M the Court Rome save, : (It..W;; ;' $
ear loath of a- .. Dr. .. Ik* *rM Mo.d.7 I. the month .. that hat been resident here II
UPCHURCHFcr M.r. I.... which k tk* IM day ft MWIM4. Homestead Light, water h'j'I month Phone 2 'during bull, .
1 II. boom .1 NortkmMj Mmrr of NIU Writ .
ert A-140
tit' NKH ..C .... II l I SOT II Dew this. Trod day W M.- It44t net hours.
sor w sort M tor .... si. Two, I. LRATHERMAN er-Enterpri Priced r
M a... ... I Mr Located. .. Sllor Clerk at Clrxli Owt "ally low (pm31) 50 PIANOS wanted. Highest price I
Piles Dr tbnut IW West oNorma / Dade c:..." IVHd. I paid Any style or ace Braun'lPiano
( Court
Circuit IM
GOVERNORBecome lisle 110.1' I: of Northwest urns By L. M JOHNSON D. C 7tROOM' A REAL BARG.U'lI' I House, 2380 N.W. 7th St..
of .W4. 1E14) NIU of .... WMl : a (Mir 14. II, Apr 1. 14 ....) | ; HOUSE en plot fronting I Miami. (d 17tf) .t
: I'i .M | NurUinwtm-lr' III.Iff w I't(J50 feet oq S. Krome a\e and
,: ......*'* Ivat, Twp. 14 Row n, I KOTirC OP APPLICATION' 300 feet on Lucy it. (Home. WANTED: Ducks, SO a week 23q
belief in the ort IxmtH M MIAMI H1oU POI TAX DIED.
I II.,. Bath oT Epmori Dr Flit. N.. 17144 :j t stead'Flortd City lint). Light,I II lb.. Rt. i, Box 201, .Homestead i

:MAN has inspired faith 14. Mil _u...". ...... .t MWH tw. NOTICE 1 III HERFBT GIVEN tat water sewerage Price unbelievably I
.. . tVCY B CARR holder M .. .- of WANTED-Repair work, stone
I North S thaw tt Mint .* k* low. See owner on
'. : North' a ok.lM; W"t IS building. cement work, roofing
.h.lni| South I ...t.. EMI 114 . 11411, 11114 avid Sltll dared the! premises, 624 ..$< Krome ave
}.outlived... A4.. >.... In kf kdM. ..... M Two M. Kn in 4tk day of Julr* *. P. I'M hM %...' ,(Key Writ hlgluwiy). or address etc: 11th Hour Mission Box 84.
i. M f. 11. Ppckwck I Ii...... Lowed, rlu.... DrMd Mid CrtlncntM>"In m r offu*. ..* "hint Box 792, Homeste-id pm31) Homestead (dlOf)

______.' 1 ..W..it or But of y...... &4 :=....ppllatxi ta MWrdnitM tor tu I'i'.W':"' lou MW} .J 4
17. Kntln M _'h.attar _'f ., "S CrrtlncntM ..... UM followluc war,YOUNG '$ III'IIH-tJcl; I need groves with or without
LEGAL :NOTICES j! sr% *EH 8Wto II. N no w I rrdwd ........ tluwud' In pud Ctp .. >: cow with =k.old butter homes 3 prospect waiting
IIP) I lit 111150: fee M Too 41 t. Florid ta wM
\ :vSloTict or !t... 1. J....., LM.MI an bumtr Lot II, 'Stork T: .....If.h M. II...". S. L. Dickinson, across from Drop me a postal or call J. K "
f,a IF" FOR TAI DEED abut t5' End of Totter. ...., Pat .Book S. Fan II ta UM City ..tHlwnl. ,! hospital Homestead Dora 22403 Miami at my exe
( ilt N. ST &4HRREHV 15. IbnlnM Northwest .,ewer of 11% j County of Dale. sea of Florktant pcnse Reverse charge
AfThtyt is GIVEN NE)4 *.W t:*M. It t Hr ; all'. _....... I In Cntlllpnt. N.' ...u. :RARE TROPICAL TREES shrubs,
$TER /. CAfcDELb. bolder H sail.-: W III ; S7I Star, 51.Two; SI The _I d said peep.N s4.the .. lernamtnUl, palms Phone Col- CASH for your Chevrolet Write
Cr of Ml..! Tu -1 Km ... \ KM. a-IOII.. Nomura MM. CtrUrlrat. were WM towall UMum :
;,. Era: ono ..4 MM dew It.t'-t:; Dr .*4 abet 4M Wort .t ,_ of Uak_ I "kln*. J83-W, S ml w. of Florida today Box 1014 Homestead.
djbb y.A.ubl. IMS, 1iM died. MM. life J.I" Lot ,.. Blork T. Twilflk M. ....I .
..'" 'In ...0<<.... eM has made Pl.t Book S. Pan It. In the City ofMUml . . . . . . .M. . . . . .
.,.,... .,. 5- r'orlk.r, 4.I county of Dade. sate of rbrM.u ...,I
1a.e tMer.e .. --:2.. .:::: ....... .
a.s.rds.b .4... -oold Certificates Wr. train ta Ctrtlncnt* N' III1S. The
,.braes the fd.wl.ei) dmoriw the County x.at. rAfl _.1 of MM prowrtr sa*>* the i
: ,, lit Deed prop. M c.9. ,J'1orWoo.
:: sfitwt.a: PANt
,.WwM kt* for Mck item noted above, of Unknown
1 willIC Block J. MlUra Park. Plot .M kU wU su': .i.......< for MM orMnrfMUl Ut IS, Blork. T. Tw Rides HI. Mtntn.Pitt .
.. .. Book S. Pam Nn the City ofMbnU.
: I*. Pee 44, ta the
.' 000009 ., -I., tut. .Viso| riorU of MliMl... M. abuses .."< title will W ,......... casts M Dodo sea ft PlorMtM M _
........ b CMltfesN No.' 766 *M M.M kUdrn wnt kt drives tmkr.M l ta CtrtMonta. No.' IIII4. Tktnttmmint : ""
_t of .14 pwp.1V MN.under .... symbol Warranty D..d .mivtrln .....j of MM noon I/ Beds the :; ASSOCIATEGROVERS -
laW ilftrnt, |MM< WM ta t the .._ nek title M k '' 06_DIoIr_ T rau_a male .M .. all Mk., MI .*. Unknown.Ul 1
Mdnd hoary Go 14 Block f. TwttfUi *i Mtnm.| Phone :Miami 48-2100, Kendall, Fit. .
,;:It'i'i.: The Park Pat The Comedy w.w tk* flebL. I* ..).l Pat Book .. Pam M. ta the City of
d Mlu.l,
t1 si,. ef Dodo. tea 06 rho-ms City. any 'M all ..... Mluil Con.tr ft DOM. But of ftar.Mi .
b". I.. Cutlflnto .)f.. ."'I.go 1'100 B.: I. LEATRKIIMAN CLERK: : M tnkrMMl ta CWtlftatt No.SKIS. I+
--... sA Bone ladW 9r H. SWEKTIKO The 0--m-9 ft MM pronrtrlmdtr A READY
.pNeestjr them ,
DwHr the MM CrU Mta. bound WM, InMM. :
l1-O'-:: famous. was .d; the:'sw IA... 14. SI, 16"b .r4.: 44 tile ft Unknow.UnloM ..

.,= :::6CsUnestr'. ...u .. ... MM CorttftootM shall W e.} )
-OTn'; .
de ., POR APPLICATION d.o..d noMMUnt to Uw tu Vd will
lydte 't as.so'A/nf r tew. tec dew win rOB TAX DIED .... tntroon on theJ01It .., of Aorll I Cash Market
A::D.'I"4..ra. Ihs And *, d May, Chapter SS7t| ACM W I.4IPH. .. D.I.... :
A TIM Dew ttl.ttMld.rrf M.",'. A. D.
'J set Allow- title lob day ., Muck A. 1>. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 0 .....
,..,.. i C. BHATTVIS: bower oil Tm. OIl Nortk' I. B LKATMCRMAM
3 ..... LL .. LEATREMANC1.rk Miami TM CwtlRraM NIL' SMI ... let C...... Clraalt Coed. ,I FOR YOUR FRUIT AT ALL TIMES :
. : , circuit c.n. .....* .... 41k deJ' eC A....., A. D. 141kM lIMa c...... ....... |
Dale c.1J' pleru.RP *M. Bone I. or ",r<..., std bMMMk Circuit Count (Ml I,1
: : hi i .|>.IU..... for a <.. Wed I* ktbMMl Br L. M JOHNSON. D. i I
,Zs1 )I: e: 1Tll1tE'M'. D. C. ..... 5.I, :
.,31,,. ,. It, I" a& I'"). tkmMk **M CntlfldM. (Mm 14 It. f. 14. SI. 144)) I II PERSIAN LIMES-ORANGES



A Fair Price Consistent The Market

Ai bIaircut or -

: . . . . . : . . . ... NV N . ?
'ShaveNedicahed - .


'Dawn-payment minimum $299. !

( )_ 4 Balance low rental basis. FHA I GROWERSWe .. .-

TseU financed. New, '3 bedrooms, one l

bath, hardwood floors, kitchen cabinet j : pick, pack and sell your fruit

4 ttIt'bsai Fsdisfr.,,.,,, Tie with linoleum drainboard, J We do not buy its i

')44w 1brr stove and h water heater, electric 1 Silver Palm Fruit Growers' Assn.

''refrige to. Price $4200.() . Far ; .C owtrou'ned' !t onsplutit.CO.OFIRA21VE i i1'ad

i ftJrther.mformatJ ) i : .
a'A. c&nttcTayer Un )Heat* la... Ik* Seaboard Railway .ta. Rdlaa4SSvvlll

$ ,. :Construction;: 'Co., 400 ;American el nwniaer DrlT "

Bank BIdg., Miami.. Phone: 3-0844. Phone 252-J-3 W'.)(. crow, }fr..

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f . ';;;';:,]
:'f. 'r Mia Mary Ana Brown of Na- Rev. and Mr. R. J. ..nri--the; pound-four ounce end: bon AtftP '
ranja pent. Taster In Fort Pierce Rev. and Mr: X Ducaa.. Mr. 12 in James Archer Smith tioe*,
; with Miss Elsie: Merrttt who ii I S. T. CUM Davis lacren and pltal.A .'
In, and Jlround. oat the acuity of the Fort Pierre the Rev. P. Q. Elder, all of Mi- 1tftII-e11114 daughter was
l High School. ami, and the ... Gertrude Roe bora Apr. 11 to Mr. and Mr. WML.
0( Lake Worth.JAMES Kahn of Homwtced.

r' Homestead. D. W. Cllwon of WaranJ woo
{, ARCH= 8MJTB I medical patient this week.
Warren Sever HOSPITAL NEWSMr. Surgical patient were Mrs.
Margaret stipple and A. P. Welter .
botli of Miami. '
Cart Wagner, principal of Red- CpL and Mr. James Logan Ire Glenn Schroeder, Joe Conner: and Mr*. B. T. Benson of John Bannister of Gould un.
land School and his children announcing the birth on Apr. S and June Bray apent several: Princeton are parent of an eljftt-. derwent a tontillectamy.
day; flitting at Cape Sable Jut 1 ----
" j Kathleen, Bruce and Marilyn returned of a son whom they have named
to Wednesday from Borden. Ronny. week. I
I. Ind. where burial service were Mr. Edward Tladal returnedlast '
, M held for Mn. Wagner who died 141'1.: for J. M.her Teagarden home In left Midland yesterday week from Faycttovllle, N.i GEO. S. OKELLCandidate
Mar. C after a ahort visit with her II
" her from a heart attack on
Height, Pa., after three
husband Pfc Tisdal, who i*
,l, J' Bird will return tomorroW I week in Modello with her father stationed at Ft. Bragg N. C. I
Preston B. C. A. William, and her brother
: from a business trip to and Jcten-ln-law, Mr. and Mr*.' Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Tlidale, fer
i Jacksonville. [Casper William and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs N. Cauthen returned
f Mr*. James Wollam and her, Dan William to their home in :
: nephew, Tommy: Hurl, spent Mn. Oliver Cash of Miami Ala* hit week. Mont.comerr'1 teohtvreGroup
; 3 several day last week In Tampa visited for several day; last week Mr. and Mr. :
r I with Sgt. N. A. Buah who I* stn1 with Mr. and Mr. Ormond Caah and Mr. and Mn. "
y' tinned at Drew Field. Sgt Bulb Mr. J. A. Daugherty ha been! left Tuesday for ,,. One
: I 1* a brother of Mr*. Wollam and ill at her residence at. 100 E Conn. |I ;.
) Jra. Harri Howry *t, 1. Manuel Smith returned to his :. ..1,
} Luther L, Chandler! will return home In Connettcut Ut week .
! :
I A. S. Moy returned Tuesday !
i today: from I business trip to Vft'Ol from St. Augustine where: after pending the winter here. Resident- of Dade .
Beach. Mr. Mon 1* recuperating from Lloyd; Delta bas recovered from
Mr. and Mr*. W. X. Watkins an operation performed In the I I Ir.E.c. his recent Illness. coUnt'34 Years .
, and children,, Wayne: and Linda railway hospital I Mr*. George Waite la expectedto 'i \, h- .
: an visiting relative in, Plant The .... p. C. Stewart of leave Monday for her home J
. ; City. Darlington. hi runt, Mich, after a visit with 1 ,
Its cspectad to
: S Mr*. Jo*. C. Gauiens, Jr., and arrive this :"f"to visit hit son-; Mr* H. 3. Derbyshire. I Your vote and supportwill
; i daughter Nelda have returned In-law and daughter, the Rev. and S 1-c and Mn. Cleo Wagnci
; to their home In Miami after Mr*. R. E. Hastings Mr. Stew.i announce the birth of a nine- be appreciated
j i pending several week at the art. Mr. Halting and Mr*. Clara pound ton, Cleo Richard, on Fri
11 home'of Mn. Gauteni, parent, Stead plan to attend the Church' I
Mr and Mr E. A. Am*, of New', of God convention whlch'IMll begin day.Weekend guests at the Free .. (Paid Political, Adv.I .)
ton rd. in Cuba on Apr. 2S*"- "j' Methodist personage were the

S-Sgt. and Mr*. James Garnet I
Wilson of Fort Myert are announcing II
the birth Apr. 4 of a
," seven-pound son. Mn Wilson Is
i the former Miss Edith Davis of
Homeitead Mn. J. R. Bcvia left
Wednesday to spend a week or WANTED
i : more in Fort Myert: and during i .
t her sfcsenc another daughter,
" Mn. E. M. Townsend of Miami, ,. )'
> and her daughter, Sandra, are at

':, the Mr.Bevls and home.Mn. Rudy Pinner of i TRAINMEN; AND SWITCHMEN

Tampa art house guests of Mrs.
w I Pinner's parent, Mr and Mn. M.
N. Fain of Homestead Cottage
Court Apply in person or by letter to Trainmaster's Office, Florida East
! Mn. B. A. TlbblU spent
= Easter week-end In Miami with Coast Railway, at :Miami or New Smyrna Beach, whichever is most
1 Mr. and Mn. J. C. Miller, old
friend from Toronto, Canada. convenient, 'but do not apply by telephones If applying by letter,
Mr*. Claude S. Alien formerly
of Allenwood on Halnlm dr., state age,;,lresent employment and physical condition.: Not necessaryto

) cam to down visit friend from Miami In the on RedUndarea. Tuesday have had previous railroad experience. There is no age limit for y-

t' Mr.*. Guy Vlnaon of Miami! experienced j-ailroad men provided they can qualify otherwise. I I

visited this week with her mother
Mn. J. B. Tower.
Mil Lenora Stewart, musk I :
Homestead High _._ _.
Instructor at ----- ----- --------
School, has returned from Palmetto -
where she spent Easter with
relative During her absence Lt. I
Snipp, public service officer at j'
the air bate, directed the ichool '

Ensign and Mn. Frank Lane of I
Miami are parent of ton born
Apr. 13, In James Archer Smith II I I
Hospital. Mr*. Lane la the former
Mia Jean Boltoa daughter of '
s .
Mr. and MrV Ernest Bolton, and '
of Mn. Eleanor Robertson. ,. :
niece .. 1 ,; /
( IS" ".., .., '
Word ha been received by Mn, ," : ../
Julia Rhynerd regular' winter !r .'. '
Ace;' Celt ..ra t y..fM1iHer..reftllH"e- r
visitor from De Witt ,Mich, of , : ..
the wounding of her grandson, r.

w Pvt Dean Rhynerd: In the battleof meats for the year. ..r" : 'r
cwiwig \ ,
Cattlno. Mrs. Rhynerd: was .F
i called horn*'recently by the Dl. ptw

nee of a daughter. Dire' tO gevenweRtirelQlati efl a JNI inert.l l t.j t./ .
Mn.: Garth G' Fields of Miami, II .> "',',,#

r .Winkle th* former Homestead Miss Melba, left April Van ;' : ;.,. : ares of several meter l kw ""wi* Bet fee) ableto: ': ;

7 to visit Mr and Mrs Herman ,-
. . .." ,.
Fields Lout 1 a Murray'ItawJand*returned, V.'Tuesday I L ; Make'ALL ef HI" regal ..t.r.:\. ,Butt.we Will.;: Dp99 :x .

ear morning from Tamp where he "
'had visited for Ave dy*' with cfe HI" Iuxai4' te surly'Afl'MAA1*,ttfi e' UslfeAJi'' ., ./
Rr Ceo gVvVHL-CVO nVv
hit mother, Mr. Irma S. Murray w w j '.;>," .
Mr. and Mr. John Ocmundton I t' ,
of Miami and ton Jimmy, were YH will) need ;
Enter guests of Mn. Osmund-
.' '4
'_', brothtr-la-law and sitter .
Dr. and MM. A.. M. Logan I ,

>>" JL- T, fMBfrihl ud her "
fatfter, ',a K. JdMkrton of Dec-
:tar; Ate, spent Satuntay la Key Florida East Coast Fertilizer ::Co.: 'W ':

.trMr&o.o.: Fteikitjw i of Miami -

ar.ptnt. JAM Raster 9. B.MM' arasEM.aWAN Vher. 1nCIttI. : '1'ehthHe 16, ,9 ''FrMk l JL, i R ,; Mon..,er. Liile....fll'ow. ..,.f...._

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