Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00648
 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: May 26, 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.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00648
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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,.Two Playground Parks Started "

4] : '. . By City Under. 2-Year Program ;


.:: Work;. to Start in 10 Days 3 ANSI DOWNER PALMS

'). On New," : Hospital Wing AND 11-2 I IN FISKE MANOR''

Within: p* next fen day,.con.

fraction foe )addition will brim of on the the James SO 'byM 'Awards Presented Homestead Pupils .TO HAVE BALL DIAMONDS

,Archer wraith Hospital for which I At Special Assembly Friday MorningThe
putorlties for building materials Homestead Skating Rink Gearing lOt under. way this

have just been, granted by the Proton B. Bird, Jr,; mem- was won by,Clsrlc* Dodson and To Open Saturday NightThe week of a three-acre tract In
.'tVu, Production reports orlal' award' lor sportsmanship certificate were presented also Downer Palms No. I and a one-
'. bra ,J. A. Smith M, the 14 Vara Rheney and Neita Walk- and one-half acre tract la Fist
hospital 1* named. was presented Friday by preston (Continued.on Page Pour), bpenlng- the Homestead Manor for development Into city
'Plans for tile new wind; which B: Bird to Fternoy LoU, captain Skating Rink owned and operated playground parks, report Coun-
b* Chaos O Martin, has been set
tolll cost approximately eighteen of the Homestead High School etlma Ben W Morris, parks i
; thousand dollars, have been buketball team,' at .' school a. LOCAL VOTERS for T40 p. m. Saturday committeeman The projects win
} drawn ,without chart *v Archi4 embjy Previous ,dinner of the the new, 44 by 100 foot rink Is be completed within a two-year
..*4 tact C J. Parman who designed memorial were Clinton Bishop, PEK'WINNERS located on the federal highwaynext period, he says
!f' .Wn present It-bed building. Tbnew 1940; Chart Connor 1M1.: Ralph to the Banboo tavern I The Downer Palms site! the
wing DeUlnger. JMJ. and Jack Marshall , 'A program featuring "plentyof I block east of the Homestead
ditional beds 6=I 11r:140kitchen: ,'!1W3 Homestead strung along with skates plenty of lights and Presbytcriad Church, win Include
dining room and nursery The special bAR award for 1 the man of voters In giving a' plenty of muiic": 1* promised by.I a children's ball diamond. One
," (Continued on Page Eight) 'I outstanding qualities. of character preponderance of ballots to the Mr Martin. (Continued on Page Three)
winning candidates In the election

,, oafyet_ igh Sch-04-SeF- i6rs, 'I Out l\ieday of thai: (41 ballots (two TweRty-w c'-Will 'Receive. ) Ht1s'4
absentee) cast tier; 321 went to 1

'To'' 0h'se' rve',Class, Day This Evening Governor-elect 476 to Jimmy Sullivan Millard, successful Caldwell; At Homestead High School TuesdayGraduation i

Commencement, ,a kerelaef diplomas. The invocation will be candidate'! for sheriff,?and ,121 to -exercises of Home at the First Methodist Church of
Ztedland,High School will be;held givenby the Rev. Harley 'Core, .tConttn'ued; O/I'JV *'fhrec) I stead High School will be held at Homestead The welcome address t
.t ':15 o'clock' Wediteaday evenIng and, benediction, by the Rev C 113: p. jn' Tuesday May JO, on will be delivered by. Tom t
May II, In the school audi F Craua-u. pastor ,of tho Hawaii Like This Area, the outdoor stage, if the weather Harris, Jr., president of the senior -
torium, and class day exerciseswill Princeton Church of the Naxa- Speaker Tells Rotarian ptrmlts. I class, end 34t. 'Roy Nelson i
,be bold this evening. V Chaplain Wiutanv Taggert of of Homestead Field' win pUy a
Dr. Irrest Q. Weir, pastor Of Student addresses will be given Confronted With a precipitation Biltmor Hoapital will give the violin solo \
the Plymouth Congregational\ by, .Rosemary Hennlngton. andlUthJeen ot orIb four or live inches on one commencement addressand The bacclilaureate sermon will ;
Church of Coconut Qpve wUI"b, < Wagner, 'valedictorian. side of a mountain tangs while County Superintendent James T be preached by the Rev L. B. .
the commencement, sWafcer,, and who Were chosen by vote of the the annual rainfall on the other Wilson will present diplomas to Crantford/ pastor of the First '
Chas. O. Turner, chairman of the member 0(. the senior class from side of the tang averaged 600 the, graduates The Invocationand Baptist 'Church of Homestead In l'
Dad County school board win those students having an average inches, Hawaiian planter solved the benediction will be given the. school auditorium at I \
present ha'grd*tes' with their (Continued on Page tour) I 'Continued on Page Four) by Dr O Sewell Palmer,"pastor (Continued on Polls sours ;,


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Triangle Opposite :Post

... Office Will' Contain p'

Space for BOO Name '

Xames of Redland DistrictMrvlc r

men an4 women are being
sought for Inclusion on the area ;
honor roll for which an active
campaign for funds was begun
this week. Names may be mailed
19 I:. J. Norman, Jr., on the blank
printed In this paper, and donation
may b* taken br sent to the
Honor Roll' Fond lit care of the
rir.t 'National Bank says Kit
Carson; secretary ot the -6mmitt -
r The honor roll a* Illustrated, i
,, will provide space for approtl-
mately eight, hundred name
,,:, which will be printed In gold lent
Individual name plates The
, '' marker will be placed in the trl-
41- angle opposite the Hemestead s
pttt office*
!' Every (amilr bl the district Is
f asked to send in within the next
.. .1, two week the same -of its aervca 'tl
member, says Mr Carson, a*
the committee, wishes, In order :
he tame plates when ft,erdm !
the marker. !i
a <"8y all mreansv contribute toh .
1's F 'sret'tionfund '-and send lethe

) .nas **i o{.your 'aervlo*.men, 11
" .and.ims an so that:the marlrar J
,will Ms par.Bent, ,represent the ;1
f < .d. DeiUand,'Oistrici.1.. ,)Ir. Careen

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Paw in '"I ... HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE ..:., '. .... eMa $8x

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TY'e{ '. ..-- - ,.. --. Pacific Veteran Sent
To'Avon Park Air Base
r CpL John Barker has been

.. ot< ..-: .. .. -. .. transferred ,fo Avon, Park after
._ being processed through the army'
air forces' redistribution station

, f Jap Sniper's Gun from Bougainville No. S will in Miami serve Beach there as CpL 1 B-17 Barker -,I

", Sent to Parents by Robert Caplinger mechanic. I
" } While serving for 10 month asa '
P-J and B-17 mechanic in the t
A 25 caliber Japanese sniper's munition for the run, and the Southwest Pacific Cpl. Barker,
rifle has been cent home by PI*. scabbard for the bayonet which
had to shoot it out with *
Robert Caplinger, who is serving may be detached from the rifle nese pilot who bailed out JIIPt-1 1If .iJ tN
now with the army at Bougainville Mr. Capllnier, son of Mr, and and fire +
I' plane opened I
II The gun complete with Mrs. K. S. Capllnger, has been Is
The 28-year-old corporal
H bayonet, If now on exhibition in en active duty In the Pacific.for son of Mrs. Warren Johnson ot al
4 the window of the "W D. Home
the and
past year served atau.d.lanal
Philadelphia, Must, and his
f }I Co.. together with an explodedJapanese before 'going to Is the former Miss Mosely Severof
f knee mortar shell, am Bougainville.
, Florida City.
1 e I

tf First .Lt Joe M. Burton is Graduated .Virgil M. GrennelL Jr.. ,J>a.j
II' been promoted to coxswain and r
it From Medical Field Service 'School transferred from 'Jacksonville na*I .
val ,base, St ;'Slnio '. .Wand, 4

; f Flint Lt.loe M, Burton, M. C,. wounded under w.'r ijoeidition&He".reeelvedskis1 : Ca. Before..entering aeryce Mr. 6-
Iicm Grennell was a member of the,
'fl' M Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Burton M. D degree
I ,
Homestead Field crah boat
'of. Homestead, was graduated May front*Emory:JUnl versltyi ,a.Wm ." frrew ,
,' ;
4 from the Medical field Service : *, .
'. '. School at Carlisle Barracks Pat Lt. Frances Fitzpatrick. '. Farrell CBJ.iii .Dickinson,,
t '. 14.,.Burton....... given six ..weeksot Harvey on of Mr. and MnCS.: :'I*'Dickinson
of Mr. '.
., son and Airs; R. H. Ftt*
.Intensive was graduated Saturday as
training at the natlonal patrick wrote recently that he '
aviation radio man and promotedto
medical-department school 1
was,just eating: Christmas candy .
Tint class at th.,N.
Jo Qualify him for field duty and mailed to him last October by,his teaman.
f to provide him with th.milltaJ'11 parents. Lt.. Fitzpatrick is stationed .' val -Aviation Technical Training
: ,knowledge needed for :carrying somewhere In the Pacific Center.In' Jacksonville He will
out medical preventive measures ; a a receive training In mat :and' In,I
1 H and caring for the sick and gunnery In Jacksonville.
"., \ Chas. WiUsrd Barnes, signalman . 1
with the Fifth Army. in Pvt Herman'C. Thomas is stationed -
it j.;4 Cpl Eugene Ingnm, USMC, t* Italy, has been promoted to the now at Camp Sibert, Ala.
i t now on-duty with an amphibian .
rating; Of.corporal. CpL Barnes e a
I r, tank detachment somewhere In Is tho-son of Mr. and Mrs Chas. I Jack Kemp, seaman second BACK in the day when- doe German war machine was ste.ir. :
I the, South Pacific. i the Bach Marshal boasted'
Cpl. Ingram, B. Barnes of Homestead. class, USN. has completed his rolling over Europe i.f';
\ ;
son of ,Bryan Ingram of Newton 4 a "/ bomb ihetU is the Berlin
boot training at Camp Peary Va., /out enemy ever fall City ,t
; r :, rd din, received Fla. and his training at Dune Cat Technical CpL st. Elmo Young and has been spending a 11-day my MM iI..', Henna Goertnft" I""

': fJ j Before going' Into Oceanside service, he at arrived Tuesday from Camp Bo- leave here with his mother Alta\ Well, Fat Boy they've fallen-and there are plenty' none '
wie. Tex.. to visit until June 1 Bessie Kemp
I tended Redland High School . where those cam from With plenty of giant bombers to Lrin&,
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs
'them-and well-trained crews to sere they reach their marH '
fi U A. Young, His wife is making Pyt Robert Glenn, Jr. under
James Hardy, eon of Mr and And back of these aerial; armies ts the productive power of fceej
,! ; her home with her parents In went an operation Monday at
Mrs Bird Hardy, has been promoted Bnea and women multiplied many time br electric
Tuacumbla. Ala. Fort McPherson, Ga. and will be power
to sergeant at his army e e k confined to the camp hospital for fuming the wheels that turn tit the weapon of war. 4

' bate in England.. t Clayton Camber has been pro. SO days. Mrs Glenn Is planningto :Aad back. of this abundant electricity is the hard work of thai
moted to parachute rigger third visit him there folks who man and manage the nation'a stlf-iupporting, tar:1jMying
y! Master
: Robert W.Tech.Gauzena Sgt. and Mn class at ,the blimp base at Lakeburst . ,* light and power con posits. They provide over 80% ell

w t Point N. C., are announcingthebirth of o Cherry :, J. 'Clayton ::::, son of Milton Hunter .r reported to 'America's power.. :They keep it on tap all the tune whenever
Mrs. "Camber n grand. Camp Blanking Friday for Induc
of and thererer needed for war plants and civilian uses. \
I daughter Donna '
on '.. "
of Mrs. N. G Ball. tion. -
Apr II. in the bat hospital at son. '". '. t' i Most of the American people share IB the Job. For they,

I'{ Camp Le Juen. Mr*. Gauxens is,)I I CpL Stevle Blonde, USMC, left Mrs Bruce Thompson and 101\, through their savings invested in the electric light and power]
the former Miss Effie Mae Waters companies under btmnen management have helped to give this
Wednesday for his:bask In ,California Wade, returned Saturday after a
t after" spending severalweeks I short visit wjth CPL Howard ,country the best electric service in the world nd the most-*t ',
e e
r. I! here with his parents, Mr.' TlompllOlwh is stationed at the lie least ton. Only freedom enterprise-rrgvJmtiom without\
ii Clarence Williams, electrician's 1 1i | and Mrs Philip Blondo CpL BI. Orlando, air base rtfmntttto-cotJJ have vritlt* this teeorJt "

mate third class, la stationed at a |ondo wa; stationed la.the Pacjtle . e 15.e 'awe.e b ... ... .wr.Jit '..
submarine base in the Pacific,' Pits 'eee of Le asses, "
.$ according to word received by his and aaw active duty at, Bougainville 'if.. Edward Tomerfln will return very Wednesday evening: M.Columbfa broadcasting System.lOif .'
1 before. he was transferred Sunday to Savannah after '
t parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank, home for hospljalixation.Pfe. .spending a furlough"' her with
i I ICpL e his parents. Mr. and .MrJ. T. ftont" 47y
; Chas. W Little,:Jr.,1ISMt; ; Tbmerlin.. ....
i Edwin B. McOarrah is still Is stationed now In 'Oceanside, e \ \
\ stationed with the army In Iran Cat, where Mrs Little has Pvt. W. & (Billy) Caves, Jr.. WASTE IlItTtltITT .
HIT If Mill IT
he I lilt IITIOIIfl
where help keep ('pen'the
Joined him. la stationed at Camp Croft S. C.
I supply route from-the Persian\ -
Cult to Russia., ,CpL,-,McGarrah I,
+ left the Slates In Much of IMS.
,-':" t', _
John Kohr lon.rMr : L. P.

J( machlnlafs Mrs.Kendrick Jacksonville-Nsval Kuhnand, hat Onto been third.'chide iheie Air dU, aviation at th'l :REDLAND 'BRAND FERTILIZERS I

J month-old son, David ) ,
?, make their home with him on
Cypress dr in 'Jacktonvtlle. '
'\ e s -
Pvt. and Mrs Roy Martin ar. ', ,. ":, ,' -
rived from Tampa on Thursday
: of last week to visit Pvt Martin's1 1

f parents, Mr. and :Mrs. Chas Q! 'i i:' < Consult us about your ,fertilizer require,
.j Martin 'After spending four daysi i ,
here! Pvt Martin returned to' .
h'l, McDiU Field,'but Mgr Martin is ments for, the coming,year.
t, remaining for a longer visit ,
V e I .

'f, Pvt- Don Talbott win:leave to.* Due to government regulationl! shortages -'. .

day' foe Harlingen; Tex;, when he '

Pvt Is a Talbott student has of been her- gunnery on furlough ...I :r\:\ of several materkb' :we ,will not beah'le: .., to'! v -,

with his .... .
wife and daughters ,. I :!> ,

Patty and. Donna. J ." '. .," make ALL of &m.regular .mixtures., But we, ," will 4r. .

Thurman Bud ; '
( ) Connor Don t '

,arts ald ,Sullivan wr accepted and Raymond Saturday Rob-at!! ,' :": I do our best to supply as Mar: as poot bfe 'what..' .

Camp Blending for army services, \'t *. '
and Jack Sullivan, Robert James ytNIJYJh need. .
t (Junior) dark and j A Gilbert Olden : t; ? ., .
were rejected: Bill Anderon -' (

of Rtdland Creech; < .' ,
'of Miami, who formerly made his, \lf( ... 0 !
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boa here n., were' i hospitalized'a Florida Em',Coast Fertilizer Co. ,

Avktton. C4et Wm M.'Brob. . '
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i1Iav S6,1944 : ',- OJESTEADLEADER* AND ENTERPRISE PaiFfr,Thrw _

LEWIS W. KNIGHT Alone ':Message ReceivedOn POPPY DAY NETS "CANCELI"SIUlee'' Its Redland Boy P.'II

TelegraphCentennial I Services will not be held Sunday -JAAF Cadet Eiaroinatkuut i'
: morning la the HomesteadPresbyterian ].
DIES FOLLOWING The local telegraph met on $139 FOR WORK Church on account fifteen Redland High Schoolboys

I Wednesday Joined in the International of the Redland High School baccalaureate passed the army air force
I observance of the centennial cadet examinations given Mar IS
I of the telegraph by receiving scheduled for 11.1 a. m in the at the school
I over the wires the message school tudUorium. I The Hit includes: Webster Wtli -
services for Lewis "What God hath wrought- originally One hundred thirty-nine dollars 'i llama, Donald Grate, Robert Jen.
Webster Knight of Perrlne, 41.I! sent May 24. 1844 from was realized by the American Elmer Sullivan Named !|'left, Richard Prothero, Jim Jackson
Washington to Baltimore by Samuel Legion Auxiliary front the Sale Kenneth Greer Charles
will be conducted the Rev ,
by I F Morse, Inventor of the tele- QP election day of poppies made Municipal Fire Chief Chambers, Joe DuMond, Jack
Qulmby Sirmant, Pastor of the 11'tph. by disabled war veterans, reports Stepp, Philip 8enlO1Loull Oaby
Elmer: Sullivan has been
Perrlne Baptist at :30Po
Morse's original Instrument was the president, Mrs. Wm. J. Jack Oaulier, Edward Hilaon,
m. Saturday In the chapel of I I, fire chief to succeed R.
used by Ernest: E. Norris president Geronlmo. Lawrence King and Lee Walker.
Sherard who
t resigned
Turner Funeral Horn Burial
of the Southern Railroad, to The will be divided Robert have
Jim. Donald and
money to operate the Drive-to Cleaners
will\ follow to Palm Cemetery In
NaranJ. tend the text of Morse's message. equally between,,the stile welfare which he and his brother. Ernest, entered the V-5 naval aviation '
and telegraphers of the army and fund for use In veterans' hospitals have) purchased from the tamer program, subject to call July 1,
Mr.. Knight died In Dad I the navy transmitted around the local fund wlhch win be enlisted
and proprietor Chaa.!. Martin. Man and Jack has and Is serving
.County Hospital at '10 p. m. the world.A .
used for general welfare work now in the
uel Insua. formerly of the fire department navy.
Sunday Injuries I three-cent postal stamp com here, she says ,at Homestead Field'Is
his was'hit two hour
when earlier by car a.Comet Howard Con I memoratlng the anniversary WM 'Throughout the day; the poppy; driver of_the city ,fire equipment Redford Students Rate i
placed on sate May 14.The .
sales headquarters In front of
tractinf Co..truck'driven: by. WuHe .' . High in Colletre. Test
Jackson .negro OQ't\1t'federa1 manager of the local office Webb' Furniture Store 'was 10 Red'Cross Volunteer 'I
; ; '
.. Mrs. Theodosia Foster whb manned In relay by the following
.bIchw.lQ'Sout" Miami. At the Make Curtains for OTUTwentyfive College .
; placement examine. ;
came here 'tat" December: from workers:, MrsGeo.:W, Turner,
time of 'the accident Mr. Knight Dons given early, In March I'
Vas 'MI"hi".,!Vsy.,to ,work'*t the I Fort Lauderdale. Mist teVereFJva Mrs! a H. Ewlng Mast A. W. fralrs of curtains, Redland High School were passed
Reno, abxrot Fort. ,.Lauderdale Hut hlnaon.. Mrs. Robert Vtana, '
Miami Shlpbulldtnj Curporatfco for )he general mess ;hall o( the successfully, b,.Webster Williams,
. where. he.was foreman In, ,the ; 'is operator.. . . Mrtl Frank B. Rue, Mrs: Joel J. Second Operational Training Unit Kate'Gautier- Kathleen Wagner
Robrnaon. Mrs. H,. O. Hall; Mrs. '
were made on Thursday of last
north hop. Vivian Johnson Jim Jackson and
wife Two Teams Undefeated W. E. Rheney Mrs.-Cer'onimo and week by ten workers enlisted by .
ttfKnight leave:, Ml ; oIemarJ Hennington, reportsPrincipal
Dorothy: ,. White 'Knight;: twodaughters In IL H. .S. .Tournament Mite Mary Grace ,English. Mrs; B. A. Tlbblts. head of 'the Carl Wagner
: Assisting with street sales were local Red Cress unitThe
Pauline Elba- and Esther :The eighth 'trade team' :and a Dorothy Kuhn and.ielen. Schroe. workers were Mrs. H. L.Brown .|t. Uniform examinations were
Catherine Knight of rerml'thne'lOII" : given I throughout the state and
sixth Dan
grade undefeated der. Mrs, Williams'Mrs,
twU w. ,
St the Redland student scored lathe ,
: I *
throughout the six-week Borne- F Matthews, Mrs J. A. Mc
Knight, Jr.. of Camp Lenolr. Is. highest ..
Herman Knight of stead lntri-rn lnl baseball :tournament LOCAL VOTERS ], Mrs Flora ,Cunningham group. +
Cats Sgt. II in which 12. boys partial'Mted Mrs. J. L. Ballard, Mrs. Robert[;
Camp M.Stewart Knight,who Oa;la and Serving Pfc Warren with reports Coach Paul L.. Wor- IContlnutd From Page One) Glenn, Mrs. O. L. Showalter, Lion Club Ladles' Night

the army In India his father, ley.The Richard Oelken who was elected Mrs. S. A. King and Mrs. Mildred Slated for Next Tuesday
Newton Knight of Montgomery, tournament came toe close Group: ,representative to the Kendrlck. i
Ala.; and three sisters Mrs Clinton Wednesday afternoon when the Florida houIe.I ----- -- Plans for ladles' night to beheld
Manic of Montgomery Mrs sophomores defeated the freshmen I The poll of losing candidates for governor-Caldwelt, 69, Green next Tuesday evening were .j
Ruby Taylor of Mobile, and Mrs on the school! diamond to revealed 304 votes for Lax 88; for sheriff-Sullivan, 12, made at the Redland District y
Ellis Blanton of Miami. win two game out of three. The Green gubernatorial candidate; Chaataln, 13, for representative Lion Club meeting this week.
Mr. Knight came to HomesteadIn senior team won the aenlor-Jun- 1S2 for R. B. Chastaln, who was Oelken ST,> Davis, 40 Over five hundred different
It23 and was employed for a lor competition running for sheriff; and 327 for Princeton returns showed: Caid- welfare activities are sponsored
number or year at the Home The eighth graders won their Troy C. Davis who opposed Oel- well, 207 Green ,SOS.: Sullivan now by the South Florida district, r
'stead Garage on Flagler at. In championship by defeating the kert 330, Chastaln 14; Oelken :216, the club learned from reports
1939 the family moved to Per. seventh and the ninth grade One hundred ten Florida City Davis 143. Four hundred twenty made at the Lions convention J
rine' where Mr. Knight operated teams Mrs. Ivan Moeer's sixth voters cast the following ballots: votes were cast there (held recently In Winter Haven.
grade boys downed the fifth grade
I garage on the federal highway r.
until lid when he was employedby team, the other sixth grade and
the. Arundel Corporation In a combined sixth-seventh grade

Puerto Rico. Upon his rerun to team. 1.1
the States,, he docked j)a/the motor ' :
shop of the Richmond Uaval TWO1 PLAYGROUNDS

Air Base, until he accepted employment . ,
I with the .Miami ,Shipbuilding Cont&utd! From Page One) ';"' ::1

Corporation" hundred eight;iamarind.,treer'fend "
A veteran of World :Warn other :;tropical fruit-end shade t o tr sew%. NJItt
Mr.: Knight enlisted' the army; trees will be grouped attractively "
to WS. and later was discharged and, the ground will bt"soddeJ
that he .might accept 'a commlaslon -1 with St Augustine cr.... ,The entire .
as second lieutenant 4ri 'the i tract will have a hedge of hibiscus -
motor; transport' corps whereheserved and on the' north andsouth l lI
: until ,mustered .out In! borders royal palms will!I
1910. A. member of, Yohq'txSalley be .planted I IA
Post No 4Sfof the Amerr- 'similar beautlficatlon ll ( '
can Legion, Mr. Knight: received gram will be carried out In l <
I citation from national head, other park, located in the ad-1
quarters for outstanding service half of BBj. 1 of !lake Manor f K
during the hurricane of 1933; joining the Girl Scout park.

pallbearers. will,be, : member. ,at 1 The ,city .has.an'.ample;supply 1.
the Legion. Of suitable trees In the,nursery at '
the municipal park for completing II 1 t tr
the planting of the two It

Cf JHIMOBJAM .j ects, Mr* MontllYla .Pl'I'j.1, } t .

Our very precious husband anddaddy : Funeral Father Calls I I rr..:"'7f)

' has been gone; one year- Mrs'Nesbitt WOW Home
May 21st, 1 4J-and missed by us
'ohl so much every day. I. Mrs.James Nesbitt left Saturday -I

Signed) for Chuckey, Term., to attend tq '
MRS.: T. C. StIl'lRT'JACQut the funeral of her father Jos. B!t

HARFORD Courier, who died there on 1 too 1 1Th.
MRS.i' EYA OGLETREE Thursday night Funeral services ,

were held TuesdsyMr I "' \
JTeabUt will Visit relative .. : ". f ;. "}\\
there, before returning homeComfort., ', .: : ,

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There Wan obligation that

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t MESTEAD LEADED 20 REDLAND SENIORS twelve glrltand"eight'.boy*,. Of, "In ,1:1' ," hill: '\Uf"taYfiIt: 1tsN t 1 r-rCtkxenfhtvw"; .present"'t'''t '
fliers are: James Jackson, preslr the toeaAef that CaUforoUvertise ad. W; R; Bird on "l behalf of the tuba .

AND INTERPRIWim < (Continued From page One) dent; Doul of M per cent or more throughout dent; Peggy Jean O'Brien, secretary Sugar taw and pineapple are and Gene Reynold ;

in im enter high school Others makIng < and Robert Jensen, traas the main agricultural',products, of Felt start and latter for par* .--, \ :
\ such averages were Kate Gau urer. The other member are; the Hawaiian Islands, with exports tlclpatton in school sports were': ;

.......... r...." w ...+wR .... tier, Vivian Johnson and Peggy Vema Faye Anderson, Lydia BorT from the MO.000 cultivated presented by Coach Paul L. WorA,
OF w ...... Daft Tob"I.a 0- Jean O'Brien.Nuele gardt, Phariba Catoe. Catherine acre reaching an annual value of ley Star were given to the lion I f..1

win be furnished by the Gautler, Rosemary Hennlngton I100.0CO.IWO In normal time, the who have had more than one ',r 11
sees AaCIIU school band under the directionOf Margaret Hilaon, Vivian Johnson, speaker aid. Th plantation scale year'*experlene\ In basketball, '.;4,
.90116... w wnawraarnxr Clarence Gray and' a tenor Susan Pope Virginia Sage, Dorothy II'OW"done" by American and to the first rear player of .,,?.

; Z uca.. ado win be sung by Sgt Wm. Stewart, Kathleen .,Wagner, corporation. basketball and baseball. tt
sew Tanner A presentation of medals Kenneth Grow, Richard Prothero When the Island were discovered Winner of basketball star* *fif
MAX mutt DrOItDl'tICYWougsoztrrlm and awards will be made by Otla Snellgrove ,UlrW ,Vlhlen\ and In in* the population wa were: Flernoy Lott? Billy Forte :1\
11114"" Principal Carl Wagner. about 490,000. all Polynesian*; Arnold Mcllwaln, Harry Bishop ;

Class day win be observed this the population I It still 400,000 but i Robert Sullivan, Billy Jacob>> :..,.
UTD evening In the auditorium with Williams.their ,only live. pry tent of It Is Polynesian Sam Blonde LanIer Whitahead,
: !. > It IM, Tilt
IWt'I: .| music furnished by the school sww, Dr Westgate said. ,and Fred Rhode 1
Omni 4f ... Cm*. 1 .-... steel band The class prophecy win be : : The"speaker who'W'- only fixyean i :
. award.d
a paws 11M, a as estMbna
i :old when his father was '
given by Peggy Jean O'Brien and drought ..problem..by.tunpiV wand
: Richard Prethero; the das his. ing through the mountains for sent 'to' Hawaii by the United Donald Neeley. ..
se anal slow 111"rsr tory by Webster William: the ? i State Department 'of Agriculture
15' 11101S as 0. ass sow .. water: to Irrigate their pineapple } Baseball letterr were: won bTI "
MarM.Lrl.eiti ... senior "Who's Who1) by Vema told l of skiing an' themountain-
.j and cane fldda Dry Philip West. Billy Forte, Wayne McMuOlaq.
y ...... .. feet In the [ t
am. aide at .GOt .
Anderson; the daM will, br PtlI' Hom&tesd I
gate told,the' Rotar// Lout.* Murray. Wayne Lawrence
. rlba Catoa and the class moroiqg and swimming In a tropcal .
: ; poem Pub Wednesday. Harry Bishop; Joe SIlICON, Billy
GRADUATES ocean In the afternoon of 4h. ,z
by Rosemary Hennlngton
29 H H S Kathleen Dr. Westgate, 18-year-old norticulturift same day Simmons, Arnold Mcllwajn' Robert
Wagner who composed
at the Subtropical Is-: Sullivan Billy Jacob, roam ',' ,
(Continued I'ron'One)- the*senior which farewell lORI_, pertment.Station her, and member AWARDS Blondo. Tom Harris, Jr. Donald .I '
by, will be IMI'I '
o'clock Sunday afternoon. The John Whlchard I Sa class sponsor, of the Rotary. Club compared Noetey and Calvin Schmidt.

Invocation and the Scripture and Mr*. Clarence Gray. accompanist the climate and agriculture of .(Continued From Page One) Newly elected officer of th
t Homestead and South Florida er. The presentation were,mad* student council.' President WilsonAustin "I
wading will be given by the Rev. that of the Hawaiian Islands Mr Ruth' .,
Baccalaureate service will beheld with by Scott, ;sponsor 'ofth and' Vice-president Ardd
ft.I H. E. Hastings pastor of lhHomestead at 11:IS a/m Sunday In the where lie lived for M year while' *-senior,ctaas. Parman, Were Installed by Principal .
Church of Cod, and school auditorium. The sermon his father, J. M. Westgate. wal The American Legion award B. M. Hlndman. )j;
the benediction by Mr. Crantford. will be preached by the Rev. M. director of the Hawaii Agricultural --

J Set Wm. Tanner of Homestead I. Myer. pastor o( the Silver Experiment Station. The HONOR ROLL BLANK
speaker himself wa
( FIeld win ting. palm Methodist Church; the Invocation -
win be given by the Rev With the Hawaii ,experiment E. J. NORMAN +
f i The following tribute written i Quentin Shorter pastor ef the stations of the Dole,Interest during Chin. Honor Roll Committee, .

!; by Annie' Mayhew Fitzpatrick to i Gould Pentecostal Church; the 'the Interval between torn- RIP Homestead Fla
; the boys of the group who have Scripture reading by the Rev pletlon of his undergraduatework The following name (or names) should be Included: in
and beginning of his PhD the listing of service men 'and women from the Redland
lift and who art leaving for the John I. McCollum pastor of k
studies. District when. the honor roll I* erected to honor our service '
Goulds Baptist Church, and the
{ armed force was a feature of the[ benediction, by the Rev, I class day program given last]i Mrs. Rebecca Gray this section,of Florida I* north of Warn*
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: night The poem was read by;{I will serve a* pianist, and tilt the Tronjctof.Cancer, *o the,.ell. Name.. = = : = : :: ::' : I
Gloria De Maria to the I school glee club will present a aenectlon. > mate .la slmfl+lr.excepttthatwin-
Iftdlcatedl Capt O. L. James, Jr, ter are.not a* cold and summers Submitted by. ---- ... .
; music played softly .on the piano:'' wilt sing a baritone solo. not,as w' rm!ln.Hw,, .jl\s: 'ld JWettgatf >. .' Addresf .? :-;. : ._-:== : : = := ;
by Clarice. Dod_: 'I The graduating claD consist of Wl . .... :.. "'-'--" -' -- . ,;'
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(Music; "God Bleu America") . f. .. : n.. ". .." .. -', : : :- : -- ::;;:" 1

To thoM who/ are po> her tonight, .., ..,.", '" ,,., '
To those who leave tomorrow.

I would a tribute., giveln, praise. .1Y iiiif'S'
Our heart are filled with sorrow {

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Flrrt to'the one who Mil U . .
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I We know this earth U .rou cl. .

.We mutt believe when Iou leave '
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port .
You're homeward bound .
ever "
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(Mualor "He Wean a Patr .of

Silver Wing/4;), ; nA".1 .
And when a plane rata per. well j ( :
thinkA \ .. .
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claumate may go there." ,.
As distance make*' It. small ) '
dim. dl I

Inch thought will be a prayer .
(Mullet -Caisson Song") ) lone Tin WAN M CWM there ..;.1M oniyitw ., ..'

And to the boy who march aw'yl) ,ktad*of pespte te ___ ... '

T* fight with sword and.gun j I:-we. rib se......; :*.$111001. 1110" wegNb ....... .
We; humbly ear "Without your 1
Ilk.. ,.. r. tees wait to. be" fortunate gRwj'wue will d be
( No war,was ever:won."- rldhsg t* work ka auoMlsa. join OuTa rAndBreak- 4 --
r ....- Ckib today..How do you do h? just Some In for
(Music. "Say a. Preyr for the, MeJnremuM flmntTbeapU '
3 OuJT*fntoeOf 4
Boy Over liter* ) we CllDClind by exports: is to cars Gulf... It s.;; ,
Our glory for ..11'tll'IIt win be
eloped it because ter'maintenance is a Met important .
TheM bon ao brave and fin*. \. .
dvlllM job ($out of 19 war work l use automobiles to jet .' t
Each of will .
us proudly '
one say '
... to ) :
They were claaamate of mine

(Music: "Star Spangled Banner"), i,11'\

The clue will wa read by Al-

da Connor; the prophecy, by June IInSGiIfStrJIIdt e c.e fl' 11. j.
Vann, the -Who Who," by Kath- . .

erlne Warner Vara Rhenty .
played! two bell lyre aoioa, "Star p.
: Dust" and, Memories," to piano '

a f accompaniment by ,Mis* Leonora tMtr ::4
Stewart and the .etas song wa see 2"flf "f6

WIll.I .
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I The flail consist of IS boy I -a1lt '

\. and 14 girls\ Its officers beside! -
Tom. Harria. Jr. are Fred Rhodes,
.: ,Jr, vice-president, and Homer .
Byrunt secretarytreeanlrer.The 1 ':
other member are* Sam 14 tn'Mpe t..n Taaa a.rstncass plervt.Irrr Wute "

Charles Accurslo., Angela Mary 1 OtN'srjpe'cdwjt e .--.....................it'a, 1A iMTen
Jack Richard Barnes 44WU40110 a I tit am' ,.. tar m
BxlUro ''' dtu""a .or 'air IatpartMt.. ; I 8-hise kelp :4b 44r..
r+ t WIaW ftmaw.. c
Dotty Grey Barnett. Lola Marie 1.andrla'ra oil I" o.IIprWe. r.e .c I sew' e1lhaw., ,
R4U. Samuel Anthony' Blondo, .U O ......-at..ar Ms...-, :ilea.aa.bq M barn .sore aft
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AM Carolyn Connor, Gloria De ,dam...a low as" or reat.lp add, ill,
if Mania, Clarice "'..rl11ft.DodIon.Diu" "
Forte, Betty June Jenktn
Howard W. Klrby Eugene Lott. - .. '
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+' 1_' Ftornoy Lott,- James Arnold '-7"'' tleT AN ...........,
Mrtlweln, Charles,WayneMcHutUan I : A
Sue _Moy, Bobble !AASOiaiOweea rH' I.'ACIf !m' .'e .0.', WAITS A Dto#, 7b.blip eergb powowDe.terdeats lab ea rear..

Joyce. Pawee. Vara Maria Rhe.I '
.ny. O eta RrtssDI I.Ichroader, Ann e!' .1. 1M' 1 .:==r.. .t ii.Ces. onr
!+l 0. ..... mry Wades to o"1f1r! r { IIIIII'' ,. II ear, .... .......es.otwye.r.M. .

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M.av 6. 2944 . , v HOMESTEADvLEADER AND ENTERPRISE Para pig. f

.. 'Betty June married her oldie*

HOMESTEAD HIGH: SCHOOL: NOTES Who'sVho Now friend they,have laughter and Joy ROLLER SKATEIN

1 Most popular gMWeita Walker. tto end. COMFORTfrMMhTiMtoUileF.lt

1" ''' "" "'" "'"", ,,,m MJost popular boy-TVmoy Lotto Because of her tour little 'toe"

t f'C'i;;; Prettiest girl V.r. Rheney She's kept busy washing and ,
;T History of 1944 Bait looking boy-Tommy Harris. scrubbing Potts ........ -- ... -

Jolllest glri-Clarlce Demon.Jolllctt Gloria DeMaria whose Voice
B." AW Center ,a'd ,Clarke ance, fhll thus of fireworks boy-Homer Byrum. would really atop ya Venetian
J- Now sings with the Metropolitan
0.- during our Junior year which was Molt studious flrl-Clarice Dod- 9
On the twelfth day In.>e filled ,with many activities, great sea Opera. Skating Rink
'inooth, of September, the year excitement, and tap satisfaction. Most studious boy Tommy Har Because of Sues letters to MacShe's
at our Lord. lNZo'when Mr.',L. Two of these activities,consisted rnNee" now keeping home I* acute an con MI KINS. *
B.,,Sommers was jprjncIpaUgroup : e of the junior-senior play "Foot Uttle shack
of children who thoughtthemselves Loose;'' and most bnportalll"all. girl-Bobby JoJyct P0W-

young men> and ladles, the shouldering ef the annual Bobby Joyce Power* excelling In
met In the Homestead elementary Junlo enlor banquet We hope Neatest boy-Tommy Harris. knowledge,

school to enroll In what waste be .that OIoI8I\III,s he ,seniors.Jeyed .,... Most athletic\ glrt-CUric Do*. Is president now, of. a women's Dr. LwnaH W. HaatbifiMwa \
Interesting and ,rplsta0waive .I.ta....much; as we enjoyed Asck! college. ....... It a n.w__
"I years together. Among preparing it, fart It ,they.-IW- It Mori pthietlc boy-Flernoy Lett Vara to Florida City has returned inane i I

those Edwards'in,Mlis home Jackson's room-wore.and,Mrs.Angels -; was '.,huge succqu.The.fell ; Most dignified girt-Bobby Joyce Because tier studies at Duke she GLASSES ;

I Aida o( IMI found a group 1'9Moit baa spurned .... : ;
Ballaro. CesinorJLRpr' ofe eo-called'students 'who. would dignified boy'..Tommy HarCutest . She Is now a very happy wife aYay en
Ice podaon, Vary Rheney JufleVaniv have others believe that they werewellbehsvedr ri*. And will >>Ye'with her mayor Or...I.at fhe.
Betty June Jenkins .SueJKoye \
dignified, .ambitious the rest of her life.
Dolly Barnette, Tommy young seniors opening the gIrV-Marte Bell. :
Harris Billy,forte,, KugeaeOott, door to Mrs.' Ruth' Scott'shome Cutest boy-Jack Barnes. Ann Shack we hear of dallyShe's -
Fltrnoy Lett. Sam Blondo Jack the famous tall lady with
room whera, they.were Joined by ;
Most Industrious girl -- Clarke HMtAN: CONCH CHOWWW
Barnei,.Arnold McHwaln, Homer Nelta Walker1: Katherine Warner, Barnurn and Bailey.As .
and Howard Kirby ,In od-. !
\ Wayne McMuUI'1and Wade
:whole year we learned the Thompson The end of the' first Most Induitrlous boy' -.Tommy a nurse poor June did not do
complete alphabet and numbers.It Harris 10 well 1
ftIJ\ &er' found Wilbur Caves In
In 13 before met Wittiest girl- Marie Bell.Wtttlot She gave one patient strychnineso
was we the
service; of country while
U now la a call. CITES YOU -TDK YIQO :
) again in nother such gathering, ethers were awaiting Uncle Sam's boy-Wade Thompson, AND WOOLS
,only to find that our new teacher, call for duty. Marie Bell found Wayne McMuUlsn. Helta, as Mrs. Rhoda*., Is happy

Mrs, Thurman, was to contend lierself 'onan unexpected vacation Quietest girl-Alda Connor, And teaches the kids to call Fred Chili, Steaks, Chops ;
with this group of youngsters, in when .she was attacked with Quietest boy..Cltnn Schroeder, "Pappy." cereal
I US N. B. > Avenue
teaching them new methods "
in an Illness1 Wmmonly known as Howard
working. arithmetic and a brand measles, The seniors have had Kirby Catherine Warner could do anything 14 M. E. First Street

new. tubJect-tpelUa.. their ups and, downs-mostly Beet girl: mualclan.-Clarice Dod- '_ if shea try It, MIAMI. FLA. ''I .

*MIUi Doney and Miss ,Pay their downs-but, finally arrived IGG. And spends her time prescribingthe 11 .
Beet boy mualclan-Jack Barnes.B hospital diet,
."broke the ice" for another newsubject for this memorable occasion

geography and prepared We wish to thank all. the t all round girt-CUrict Dod-I .
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'M for'the proper procedure' for teachers of Homestead High OQ. I' -

taking examinations, which' School, and Mr. Hlndman for Belt all round boy-Arnold Men- .
(though;we :were not aware of It guiding our stumbling and faltering wain.Largest .
fh n) :we were confront eachyesr footsteps over the last mile .
boy-BlUy *
,, :the t'tat.ofour school life, of.our high school education, and
Largest girt-Gloria DeM.rit. :
We 4 grudgingly learned-.h; '.saiirl-! 'also' Mr' "Mac", foc'ploWng: up !
tic our afttrijooh'receuea In this, our .traah and sweeping our II Smallest boy-Jack Barnes. .=

'grade'r1P c lw tiodra,. and ,we hops that'our fuT Smallest girl-Marie Bell .. j rsaaQ
t Jtf- I'e. s:, UborlngsoWf hireJll..proy, .an.exni, s I jon;ot: c It'ilnt klnl-Sam. Acc r- r' 8 .
" ',th.T pupils,' :while our appreciation 'ss we l* v..thlt lo.Chewing. gum. ( /I.
: Wipi FlQtld acquired, new InteraMwth Institution and take our places
gum queen-N I M ..
"' the acceptance of along Jlfe's pathway, some of ;'
\ some "t\
Walker ' ;.. ,
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> Of"ui.'HkYWlbu, .payer.)ofnedtthe( whklv win :0b ,4oubt. be ,In the :
.' tl_ at this time.*'' f : aimed" forces of ,the pelted States i On.. !most likely ..to succeed ,. j/
4A711 supervision. 'of Mrs., of .America "' Clarke Dodson % ;;; ...

'. ird,,\tin.,Mary W bb.'and- Mrs. ,., \
JkWut, :we' .began sour.preparations r .J'" , ""
>t ;"Ilintqf WIN; schpol, having : .Class'Prophecy' :: ,
.,teachers; corning: V: our! /II.1MB .
-m to Injtruct us t our ,By, fun:"VUIK; Jack Banestad: )ter Ploy Lott went to Africa with
I anoweU 1ecti. It was,*at this Ann Shackleferd reclamation engineer, rr.
,,t;'time that Fred Blip es 'Into Now he has a harem, not far \
.4oufhildit" Although our new legman It: shall be' the:duty of each from Algiers.
' 'In history were difficult ..foru member'Of.this clsss to.fulfill to *
ar, timei, 'and\ fascinating at well sayings,.,prophesied here;":, ten v the; stands.Byk .
"., Jawing baskets tor the Navy
-i ( ', J lears.inhilef '
nitnjctiye f' ; :. : {
.A.fterDJIn',n' v.
'I: oQt"'of.iipr\; '
,,i play In. the sl'th grade under the San. Accunlo A'tlwsyj q'wolf with Wsjm* McMuUlan only, tan years
guidance,of thf camp three: teach- the gals .- A late,, stiff
err.'. but e'ngw''principal, Mr. ,Still whittle! at" all the SOzies' hat hopes he'U graduate
JemaRehwinkle'e wer agef and Sals.;: "
As president ft'the'Boston Cham. jPYetf Rhodes hsi'settled down ona
Ip ." tempt:(o enter the '.im xtare4 ,
channels of study In imtlor bet of Commerce, 4 farm, " '. .'...
lafch school < *' He's; preMiig. .Boston ll silver:'the With a blonde possessed of beauty

/At:last;'""t* had "entere ";*vr i. ?rearth..4i/ '" 1' .1 and charm.p1s \ .', . ,

'were.wonderland Infants'1, only Ie'to out seed, fantastic that we Jack,Bsrnn,figured i 'In, v the,,.ben: Schroeder stiff collar, dressed, tar tails.

of lucks, I, and
"II'111. .the entanglement olajasaes.
.He's movie freight with a fleet Is a head waiter hoping you'dtip
bells, pupils) ,.teachtn,'an<\!, trucks, him a dollar. '
object mat\eri..aneS, also In be- I of I'I'I
:mlng acquainted : with another Sam Blondo once at/ army filer Wade Thompson, now the mayorof

principal Mr. B M. Htndmen, we Said the Jape ,went high but be' Florida City
finally began to.realize how small went higher Is building a home oh, so

we :really were! but with the He ls retiring from flying pretty
neto. of Miss Williams we itrug- lying It Is hinted his wife has returned
To diplomatic
IIe4 .through and acquired three up For her studies at Duke she has

.new pupils, Gloria: DeMaria, 'Homer Byrum the favorite of spurned.

manyIs Lanier Whitehead bat given the
Whitehead taking .the "place. of 'comedian world quite a Jar.
: Benny.. / He's Invented the combination:
around the building and were ;
pleased to find that our rooms In Wilbur Caves, now On Navy K. P plane and car,

"the eighth grade, under the home Is peeling, potatoes ;far. out at Angela Ballaro, :you might si
nom.supervision of Miss Behrensj i sea well know,
,Mrs.' Rutland, were to be U happily married with\ plenty of
,In the sew addition of the Billy forte; who 'stilf loves Ito dough. Jdp tIm i.,

,: n ,,WIt In this grade, ramble : ,<'.t
added Marie Bell to out 'Ii as.set Unaf soap '.for Proctor'and ,Dully Barnette with her twinkling PIK .
: I(II
ettwi iron. feet
I ,Gamble, y 'f; ]
I.' JPs"the,,ninth ,grade we were > dancing an over.can't be
our, first opportunity to scour I TOmm/Harrls. whom we ought best
t ', with-the some girl would snatch, ,
own subjects quite wen, I t.tllClljrtldcr;
tl' Connor Is doing
of Min Sway Jones and Mr,\Turned out to' be Just, a crabbed. "Holly"Belle"
Ia.now .
Blackburn When Sam Ac.;* old batch. f '
; wood
I ;
(from Boston) entered the Howard Kirby. a taanairefor the I
in our freshman year bustbegan I Marie Bell, smart and petite .
railway express I Evening ls about the only time most .mrebo" VMM
.,to 111I" and the'year WIs' nod
"pick "sww'married and .tettW lathe Owns a Me drew shopW
slipped by quickly.Irs. West [ street bar to cilVThen there U s gush on long DisUno

ra Oalteher and Mill f1eteherl i I f lines from:camps,'naval stations and alx IMUSM.
.undertook,toccata MS daaw". 'Insophomore Mgins tott. said to be the greet. Clarice' Dodson geve'the boys the, Yea can help br leaving the lines iron wren f'
,Aonhackleford I breast '
y ease year and eat since Frank Smstra. \
)' and Bobble Joyce I Thinking' he was greater and "oh-: .To became an artist ot the Ivory to ton for UM s.rv'ioe.a....

Nis added; UMS> / *- eras, keys,

'........,........'.. ... c' .".oK, ,Hecetair) he' hnas"Jim,Anhurriehad: .fa"',}But; >. go"there was'* 41ft.k. tripe wouMnt. ., SMTB8H1 BaiTEUPflME MO TEIWBM (MPM9i"
... serving i m ftinf-Stng for trying 'That sweet .little soldier.named t saeaasseareo
,tba, bosoweein gold-III to croon. I Joe \ 1 1I"

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111 . it's Social Events in South: Dade -,' : I'.


Senior of Homestead High

; t Ralph Andrew, aviation me- before enlisting In the navy on School were entertained with a Robert K Willeta. con of Mnbeen attending the Woman't Mis-
f chlnlit'i mate, USN. wu married May 1', 1>41, After receiving wiener roast by their room tno. Roy Darby of Homestead, win besionary Training Union School at
I bade training at Norfolk. V>, he there Wednesday evening In the married in, June to Miss EthelLoulsville: Ky She I* employedLois
to HU Helen Mae Ramsey on attended trade school in Jacksonville municipal park, ChInn of Huntington, W. Va.by the Rainbow Art Co. la Hunt-
i. Wart in Alameda Cat The following He served 12 months at i Mothers acting u hostesses The following account of thelngton.
e account of the ceremony Pearl Harbor and five months In were* Mn. W. E. Rbeney, Mr* A. engagement wa carried by a "Mr. Wlllets Is a senior at the
Appeared In an Alameda paper the South Pacific, and ha been i K. Paul Mr*. J. D. Barnes. Mr. Huntington paper Baptist Theological Seminary at
"A simple wedding ceremony stationed la Alameda since his Chat Power aad Mrs. T. J. Harri "Mr and Mrs. Shelby; Chinn ofLoulsviUe and is training to be a
't performed la the Alameda Naval return to the State I *. Monroe ave. have announced thechaplaln. He and his bride win
Air. Station Chapel Sunday afternoon engagement ef their daughter lde at" 240 HIte aVl.. In Louis.,
at I o'clock, united In Ethel Lola, to Robert H. WUJ.te,\'Ille,'*
f 1 marriage Helen Rae Ramsey and MISS NINA DYAL WILL BE GRADUATED 1 ton of Mrs Roy Darby of HomeMr, :Wlllets,served af assistant\ .:
Ralph Andrews, aviation tna- FROM STETSON UNIVERSITY ON MAY,29 stead W Dr: J; E. Johnston, .former '
hlnist' mate USN. The cereenrny "The wedding will take placepastor' of theFirst Baptist ". ..
l'' was performed b,. Chaplain Mist Nina DyaL daughter of the1 ,Utter part of >Jun "at- WurChurctr '01 ,Homestead and 'upon''- ,: ff;
O. B. Cook la the pretence Mr. and Mr*. E. J. Oral of Tucker Memorial Baptist Church.Dr. Johnston resignationMr.. .
; af a., malt group of Intimate Homestead, will receive an A 'B. '"Miss, Chlnn Is 'a. graduate. lofWilleta way for I time! ,' acting ,. ' .j
friend* and relatives.. Huntington High School.and'had pastor"of the,church. <
I "The bride wu charming In asoft degree Monday, May it, from y

I' suit of Ice blue with pink! eeeetoriee. John B, Stetson University where MRS ; '. : :: ,;
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I'' She wore I corsage of she majored In education. *
.White orchida .{ Mill DyaT was secretary of the AS PRESIDENT OF.P. T,.A. OF ffEDtANDMr : ; ..
f "Agnes Vincent ol Oakland Junior class, president of, Delta
Wa the maid< of, honor. She Delta Delta, national toclat' sorority ceo IL Fitzpatrick wa and Mrs Mary T. Furry,' trees
:H: choie a dies ef soft blue with vice-president of the Inter- installed president of the Redland urer.- Mrs Herman Helnleln, fat.
I"I, fuchsia accessories She wore I fraternity Council, vice-prealdent P. T. A. at the annual dinner in tailing officer: was.. presented. ,
I corsage of white gardenia. ', of the International Relation the school cafeteria. I with 'a bouquet.
I'' The bride' mother, Mr*. Rath.. Club and treasurer of the student Othen taking office were: Mr*.'
/ ; I arine Ramsey chose black crepe body. She ha been a memberof Jack Jackson; vice-pretldent; Mr*.' disbanded ,for the summer, .04' ,
'+ ,I ; M with whit accessories, and wore The Honor, women' leadership Wai, Lounsbury, second vice- will do Red Croat work on the
I ,;1 a corsage of White lardenlas '''organization, and the I* on the president, Mr*. J. L. Fletcher, I usual meeting date
\ ,I ; "Standing with the groom was honor roll. She It manager of cording secretary; Mr*. Harmon
1 Trovls, AM&!, USN. W, A. A. and a member of. Y W. Keene, corresponding secretary,
"Immediately following the' A. Stetson Blazer Club, Hatter Surgical Dressings Room . ,

ceremony a wedding reception Art Club and the Radio Guild. LEGION GROUP WORKS FOR Reports Attendance Gain,
l'WUeoa was held In the home of the
: bride'a mother, 2001 97th eve.t' DAY ROOM OF CRASH CREW Increased attendance has been
Oakland. IRS. ,BERNARD H., PROSISE IS HONORED An overtituffed chair and a noted recently at the Red Cross

\ : The bride's table wai attractively I WITH BRIDAL SHOWER GIVEN IN MIAMIMrs. table lamp, contributed ,respectively surgical dressing work room In
decorated with white stock,1 by Mn J. H. Brook and the old Redland Citrus Growen'

arranged In low bowls, tall white Bernard H. Proslse, the Included on the guest list of Mn. Joel J. Robinson, were recently -I Association packing house at .S.
added to the fumllNnalf W. Second it and First
taper and three-tiered ave. reports
I wedding
,, former Mia Virginia Stewart old friends and classmates was
cake, topped with a miniature the Home.telcs'air. field crash the chairman, Mrs Lee H.
who** marriage was an event of Miss Allie Ferguson Homeitead. -
,bride and groom. About fifty' May 12. wa given a bridal shower boat crew' day room which it a I Lehman.
'. ,guests were present, I Friday evening by her sisUr- special. project of the American However, additional help Is .
"The couple left for 'I inert In-law, Mrs. B. M. Stewart. Jr., MRS. ORLANDO .. i Legion Auditory: .*. :"1 needed, she?says,fid the-rwork ,
,honeymoon at an unannounced at the Stewart home In Miami ENTERTAINS CLASS i The group I Ia seeking other donation room will. bo open rom 7:30 p. .
declination, and vpon their return Pert heM emthe Mn Orlando Wollam wa hoe to complete furnishing the m. to 10,p., on..Tueadl" ,and
win make their home In Alameda I lawn The punch'was ten to the .Cleaners, a Baptist room, says, the.,president, Mr from I p. m. ,to ,-'"10 ,pr m. .0Ik.
.Mr*. Andrews ,s la the attractive' and and cupcakeswere Sunday School class, on Thursday : Win, J. Geronbno, Thursday,ofeachweek.Regular .
daughter of Mrs, Catherine Ramsey .' served: front tables- placed of last week when plant were hours are ,from -1. to S,"ch,afternoon .. ...
of Oakland, formerly of 1411 under the tree made for buying a tug for the The Dorcat Class of the First except Saturday and .
Peru it She it a graduate of the: The guest draw original de-. room of the cradle roll depart. Baptist Church of Homestead hat Sunday. ", ".
Alameda High School and for the signs on hand towel which they mentPresent
I peat month hat been employedin then embroidered and ,prevented ) were: Mrs. Arthur Fogte -
the office Of the Naval Air, to Mn. Pods Gifts were presented Jr, Mn Lyman .William, -
Station , ." I .,in a blue and white basket Mr*. Hugh Easter; Mn. A. E: MIS* ".AINIInaIla: popular' Budget mac.
to the bride by the hostess. -and this mean Hen again art SIC SAVINGS ....-
The bridegroom, ton of Bert Smith. Mrs. Laban Bishop, Mn t Look .
foe vtliM I foe dug
special ,*"t* 'spent 'memtotefUttiunllr -
:Andrewt of Homestead and Mn i I : James H. Robert, Jr* Mn. A. E. -roniBtby. .,, s
Clara Andrew of Nocatee, attended -!,. Tamblyn-Mn. Naomi Dano, Miss Paul Mrs. W, B. Caves, Jr. Mn t \
Homestead High School Emily Bogardt, Mlsf Dorothy I II' Wollam end Mn. Virgil_C Lett. I
Roberta De Millo, Sarah Mills,
j PLACES IN DADE MEET: : I Lorena Odum, Betsy Demere, Reservation my be made with
>. Mr.'' Lawrence;Williams,, counselor Marjorie CorrtU. Barbara Tor- Mn Augustus Wynn for the 1 .
of Homestead School dum, the Rev C S. Myron.John
High I dance which win be given by the
4-H Girls, won third place with I De Milfot' John and Charles Woman' Club of Homestead Saturday .
G her leader's book at the annual I Chambers, Curtis GooAng Edward from 10 p. ratio, 7 a.'nv in .
t 4-H Achievement Day held recently I and Robert Wld en, Stanley the clubhouse .
at Central School In Miami i Demere and Robert Correll, Mn. E. B. McG rrlh, general

: Mn Williams and Mn. C W. MIS. LLOYD HELD chairman, has been atlsstod. in
Little, leader of the, elementary IS CIRCLE HOSTESS making arrangement by Mn T.
school group, were presented ]I. Mr. Lloyd Field wa hostess J. Walker and Mn Wynn, tf.
i, with leaden award. I 1to the Jennie Lobdell Circle of .. sere Baby Cough Syrup 19t
Emma Jane Rive took first the First Methodist Church of
prize la the DAR recipe contest Homestead on Tuesday evening The CalendarMay Aa effective,pletwnt swing ijnf(otcovghsBoric'Acid
Ruth Byrum won a trip to the when Mia Lobdell conducted -
summer short course In Miami study on nursery school 17-Woman's.Club, dancein asN. see
', and wa awarded third place for Ice cream and cookies were clubhouse, Sotetiwi
"best" dress Betty Byrum received served. The circle will meet June I May 11-Luncheon meeting of A soothing claming|Wise for baby i eyes,
i honorary mention for a 27 with Mr. A. M. Logan. University Club In high school ow,sod ihafcd alum
;1 School dress. Nine girls from the Present beside those mentionedwere June Meeting .* W. M. U
( two groups attended the meeting.II : Mr*. Ol'n Wright, Mr*.i Circle Four with Mrs. T E. Plebe 0'' Zincc axe a Qin ent '19ct
Misses I and Mrs. Catherine PI lcenL
Etten Helen
Ceo and Antoinette -
WEBSTt-R! WILLIAMS HOST'I I More, Mist Mary MeNelU June ft-Meeting of HomesteadB. Sootkei tut (irowcn ebarpedlrriaaeel akin,. +' ..
AT CHICKEN DINNER I and Dr. O. Sewell Palmer p. W C at home of Mrs Green bnstons saxi awns.VAVOllTI .
. Webster Williams was host recently -I Rive ,
.; at a chicken dinner at the, Janice Howard Johnson, TaUu.i June i-Meeting of Business
home of his parents Mr. and Mr*.lab i Webb Ann Moreman, :Nancy Circle) of W. M. .U. at home of "
Dan William I Brown, Henry:Turner and,DevMHerrln Mrs J. U Kulp. tH Ai. Al l | >
Cover 'were. laid' for: Miss' are to be ajueat_ of the June T-Meeting of Neighborhood i0r1
Peggy Jean O'Brien, bliss-Kath-.I Coral Oafatea elementary school at Club *t home of Mra.W.O ANTISEPTIC f fSQ
teen Campbell Miss Miry June', a dancing party program,,on May Chase "Mil 1 31'R (
Harden Mia Lois Alkema. Mia IT; I ; l.T,,"1. .

Wen Hansen, Mis' Kathleen, .
Hmaertaad : .
:The B. W.:C.Va '
h1I MietSrl Mill a.aiaapslc'gvtwiialrlh 'fthew
Miss Lenora William rot .
Wagner Irr",
reps rented..a .a meettag of the
Jim Richard .ee.nsdmoaeaa.4 >, '
Jackson, Jensen. Ul- '
Florida Federation ef Buehi*** 5
J lit Vihlen,, Donald Graf*. Ken- and Professional Women's disks :CAB SERVICE gsasr stars ii oa.est lfar, ''' "J
ateth Great Chula Williams and hi Miami May IS, II and It bjMr .I 'sW rd MNs'psie! as'e" less' :. t

,Mr. ,and Mr*...:Williams.VUMUtM. ...- . J, r. MeanmeU who, attana's at reasonable. ratea aid ekai.g...... ... _MI"", +
all ,the sessions and bjMm .. '
CHT GROUP I a -. .oratePious ,
,MAS WW4M ROAST JIfN' ; 1100160 1914 Pt'. + ent DST- -) J -_ .. '" -
I Bay (Beamer. N.'VrrU.I "'
WtwM"........* and Genevieve Sand ....' Beet Arrtw who '
Cats*.a* ffatMatiCHy were hos- .Heavded the Friday, ........ Night Ph" .,A.. .
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'6ssae at a wsiaar roast give at : ,., '0. ,
teasels Pride* evening OtMats; of 'Ms*. Dan WtBtajM alM EAIi .... iBRTlMrata .jaetI "' .... .. "' -:
,iN ML Mn, W..1l 1 : ve eels mown sea POP& .: I ......: DIXII!h }...... I ,,, .,
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Events ......With.....Your....Uncle...-Dates...Sam........... II CLASSIFIED ADVERTISE ; I

MEATS FATS--Red It-point
stamp AS through Tt food Indefinitely KATE; First Insertion 10o It a linen Itnt, subsequent Insertion*

No more red stamps!
valid until June J. I _._
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IN MIAMI MEETING AND SEES EXHIBITS; point stamps At through Qf in! 1 -
Book Four good indeflnitely. THE SWAP SHOP HU.EI: If Excess acid cause yon

)Ira. Frank Hausman, preslnt assigned as follows: for September *; SUQAR-Stampa SO and tl 1111 Buys--Sells Anything pains ot Stomach Ulcers, Indlgestion. -
Book Four food Indefinitely for ,Repairs ad machines Heartburn, Belching, ;
Mrs Maud
and the other officer of E. Chandler and
Mrs. Alva H. Crouse; October. pounds Stamp 40 food for 'I l. cash registers (mUtf) Bloating Nausea CM Pains
HOIDCStead.Art Club were reelected get free sample
., pounds of canning sugar throu&lIl r
Mrs Us.J
Archer and Mrs Steffani, I Wu.t. Brown's
EXCHANGE $17,000 real Pharmacy )
l at. pot-luck luncheon Feb. 21 of next year I
November Mrs. Burgreen and I
pieeting .t the home of Mn. B. Mrs. W. J. Clark; January Mrs. Spar stamp IT good for 10 i equity center of above Newark",.000 N. J,mortgage property WANTED-

',. C.tUd in Miami Monday Webb and Mn. Cowman; February pounds of canning sugar through I $52 gross monthly income,
The member also visited the Mn Klngman and Mrs. H. June 30 of this year.SHOES.Airplane I I for apartment commercial WANTED know whereabouts

spring exhibition and salt which A. Ekberg; March, Mrs, Frank Stamps 1 andS building or 11'0AcId...... of Al Martin and wife of
Skill, Mrs Robert Centner' April. good Indefinitely. Homestead. Valuable persoe1albelongings
Owner. Box 445-C, RFD-1,
the Miami Art League U holding
Mrs. Herbert Katz and Miss Elisabeth GASOLINE-A-10 coupon good Homestead. (mS-26) await their can St
I':r la the' Marion Terry studio at Normandy Plata Hotel 11 tt.lt
Hall; and May, Mrs. Haul-: through Aug I. ,
Flagler and 2Jst avow this week man and. Mrs. U.'E. Schaff. FUEL OIL-Periods I and I FOR RENT Collins eve, Miami Beach. Attention
r tor the benefit of a Miami art I
Cot Graham (mlt-21)
Musical numbers : remain through
by Mrs. Patricia coupons food
tilery fund-and they ttopped.atBurdineH
.. : Armstrong wire enjoyed. I Aug. U. FOUR-ROOM HOUSE, (screenedorch.
,. to"ice.! an ,exhibit of I WANTED Good used furniture.
'etchings'an4 wood"cut* by out. I Adam EMil. N.W.aft. Smith-Crave Furniture Co.
,. Blinding Latin American'artlttt I AREA. CHURCHES' ASKED"TO PARTICIPATEIN. I ft tad st (ptnit) (in| tf)

and ODe row-exhibits.of the Masterpiece, fTomer I. USO OPEN HOUSE FOR SERVICE] MEN I,ROOMS* rates and.apartment hot water and'Beasosw4bl show.'' WANTED TO BUY-For cash an
wi attractive, well constructed Idle
At the business, "meeting plans [ Churches. ot the area are. bas Mrs.>; A" Minnerlr, Mrs. Julian,! err. Palm Hotel. Florida CXy. Of Inactive gasoline ltatloa...-.
were made' for. all-day. ; 'painting yl\ed-b1',the USO to take an active AngeBftff and ')tr* 1\Stewart eluding its land between Florid
sessions to 'be held. on iRmtate ,part M the Sunday afternoon '' FOR SALE i City and Miami No 1... Give
I Monday this. summer and for : : Spring* ,, V; )
open house held each week at
',I ,craft painting and wearing to becarried the club house The open house- ,Saturday evening John Reed'I SPECIAL- 4-drewer {I U. wood location and cash price Addreea,
on,by.those who do: not continues. to lit popular, and give was 'In charge of the snack bar cheat of drawers, $12.50. Smith- Buyer stead., Box 445C, RFD 1. .cor.te"paintfrom'natum. They the community an opportunity to where fruit Juice and cookies$ Craves Furniture Co WOW )

'tint meeting, it was decided will come in closer contact with the were served to'the dancers. 1 WANTED-RepaIr work atone
b* on June I in the SklU yard on 1I FOR SALE-Dsrk Muscovy ducks.Telephone
service men and women, says I B8J-R-2. Mrs. Curtis building cement work roofing,

Krome ave.'Officers .elected besides the'I);I IE Mrs A. E. Paul, USO director, S. L Kendrick I IsomCB E Lee, Halnlin dr, (mltROOM ) etc.Homestead.,11th Hour Mission, Box(dlOf M),

president, are:. first vice-presl-I Dances are held weekly on
9, dent. Mrs. frank Webb; second Tuesday Thursday and Saturday Or Tin I house plus small apart- I I, need grove with or ...Ithouthoma.
vice-president, Mrs 'Ben Archer: evenings PEACE ment in rear. Lot 80x150 ft. So 9 prospect waiting.Drop .
1' ,secretary Mrs-C H.'SteftanJ,and i The Altar Society of the Sacred Krome av. (Key West sew1 me a portal or call J. X.

treasurer,.Mn. Ralph Xlngman. i iI Heart Church sponsored the'dancl Birth Certificate eel etbee ... Homestead Writs Box Light A-140 water Lead Dora, 22443 Miami at my expense. .
Miss Elizabeth Hall, Mrs Jesse! on Thursday evening of last week menu acknowledged aa* wlt- er. car Reverse charges.
!: ,
,Cowman and Mrs,A. U when Mrs. Chas. Pope was chslr- er-Enterprise priced exceptionally -
....... low. (paZI
Ver*.placed .JtBu ttau.program man. Homemade cakes and fruit I I LEGAL NOTICES
'committee |juice were served by Mrs. Clark I Odd Fellows mat. |RARE AND UNUSUAL trees and
:7 Hostesses for next year were Roberta Mn. Ernest Campbell,I K. W. IstBt Beatesteael. fUROLLER Ij plants. Landscaping and grove I NOTICE:
..-----a-._ j planting Sunny Grove Nurseries The annual meeting of the
II Palm Av*, 1 miles west stockholders of the FLORIDA
of Florida City Phone 583-W. EAST COAST FERTILIZER
COMPANY, will be held at the
: HOMEMADE!: FORD TRACTORS plant In Homestead, "a, It:1: p.
I with double low, gear Excel- m. on Tuesday.'June 13, 1(44 for
lent for (arm or grove. Wolf the purpose of electing a boardof
Auto Wrecking. Phone 392-J directors and for any other
Homestead Ha. (*21tf) business that may rightfully come
: before the meeting.
Signed G. W. MOODY,
7-ROOM HOUSE on plot fronting President
ISO feet on S. Krome av*. and
300 feet on Lucy st (Horn, Treasurer
Secretary and
stead-Florida City- line). Lights.i (May 26. June 1 9. 1.44)
,i "water sewerage. Price unbelievably -
; t low. See owner on NOTICE: UNDER nCTTTIOVS
SKATING premises, 624 S. Krome av*. NAME LAW
I (Key West highway, or address Notice is hereby given that the
Box 792, Homestead. (pa2S undersigned,' doing business under
I the fictitious name of The .re
FOR SALE double bed-
-- -4-piece
Swap Shop in the Caves bldg. N.
room suit, young 5gaitedmare Krome ave. at Homestead, Florida
spotted pony, bridles intends to register the said
and saddles barrel chum. Reasontbl .
"',io ...10... '. name with the clerk of the sir
; .' *. Call S2S-M-C (a4tf) Florida
cult court of Dade County
bridle and saddles r, GOODWIN
cow pony
: Homestead t'v: Also brood sow and 4-month NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS

., I old plV Unsociable can 528- NAME LAW
,', M-4. (1I\15tf) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN'

.; :':,- ; . .WHITE TtUCK. lltT Made that the undersigned HOWARDS.
1 II-B. with flat Isunber deck MELTON desiring to engage at
\'Jr. tn lne A-t ceadlttoH. Needs .21 S. W. 10th Street, Miami,
some miner repair. Ideal for Dade County Florida, In business -
'" ;. I farm track er tan be mad late including the rendering of

7:30 P. M. tractor fr grow and, farm saw service for compensation through
Starts whichhe
Geed rabber. writing and authorship (
Price IZe has done sine the year 1037
AGscDEt rvttr strrtrCOMPANY. in Miami Dade County, Florida)
, CeBBt (;Nye under the fictitious name and
MAY 27 non d* plum ot "ECLIPSE: Intends
SAT I LOST U register the Aid name
of ,""ECLIPSE" with the Clerk ot
LOST-Billfold COI\talnlnj"ti;; .the Circuit Court of th Eleventh
inspection,card social security Judicial Circuit of Dade County.

card. money etc. Finder may
. '. J keep money,but U asked to fe- S. MELTON.
,turn wallet. Catherine Rohrer Applicant.
Bird Bid*, 8. Krome 5th st Louis M. Jepeway. ,

: TENT RINK ; . or Box M2, Rout. J. Home- Attorney Applicant I'M
steed. (pmM (May l'. 24 June S, I. 1M4),
I taatraserasersaaeeeaaaaaaaa.ag
.aat+i>'ax as a tascxa size srsala'

Next.to Bamboo Tavern WANTED

..t p!m Flakier r ,Ave.,.(U.,Sf; No4 li:o tl.f. I PERSIAN LIMES ANY QUAtiTITCWe

:, I Pay Highest Prkes, :

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:Mrs. W. JT. Jerome Jail ''I Mrs. J/.WoodiVd. ,Richard 8.HeUUeiB . HOSPITAL WING-
' for Washington D. C, to and Pvt Will, Forbesof I I'I' '
and JLroundHomestead son-in-ta end daughter '' Mllarai were recent guests 'of ; -( ntl.nUK'oU\ Ones)' *" ;
: In Mrs. Dai $0eU., She Mr,'.. Mrs H hn n Helrileia, > Ts: hciaptUl*tXHWing' tuna... .:'II.'
'I Ii to visit MB, Butga Jack 'I' .ili tats 'M.TJT.M. Of this amount... Q
who to in school at Ithaca : Mrs. K., $. Mark return 1 $T. J8..| is the net proeeeds' >M P '
June (, tram BroofcsvUto Fla,
the nearly four yean of hospital '"
Ii Y ; BF M. Hindman ,I where she has. been visiting relatives -. operation 81,01"1 was realii d
1 Homestead School, ; from the benefit fish try on Apr.;

' school Wednesday attar I Mrs. Julian-:-Rk*...on and: 19,..and P32.U- raised sans \the r 7
' of several days chlldre of Jacksonville are guests hospital tag day May XJ ,'
: ( Petty Officer and Mrs. Bill "t M.Jt. Potter, sr., of Warehouse I Of Mrs. Richardson's Stepfatherand "
'J Oeroaimo, Jr. of Wilmington\Point, Conn. arrived Sunday, Miss Theta Wilkes mother Mr. and Mrs.Ceo.,W., B. Coheroour returned,last j
: l Del. arrived Wednesday to spenda and Mr. and Mn Ellis Potter of Sarah Smith of Savannah Moody.. Mrs. Richardson the, week from West Virginia 'and
-4aI..ve with Mr. Qeronl-i Dobbs Ferry, N. Y., came yesterday iting this week with Mr. former Mils Joan Graham. from Dover. Del., When he accompanied . '"
no's parents Mr. and Mrs. Wnx! to see Lt. M. I. Potter, Jr, T. T. Bowen, I his father J. C.'Coher.', ,
J. Geronlmo. Petty Oflcer Geronlmb who has returned after service Mr. and Mrs.:'hmet McCready Hour, who la now visiting )Mm "
has Just completed boot train- with the Seabees In the Aleutians.Lt. Mrs. Earl Craver. of have gone to their summer home Will Rhodes I
leg at Bainbridge, Md. Potter Is visiting his wife end Ca, |* visiting friends In Standish Mich.FLORIDA. M;' i
and k
baby daughter Sandra Louie, two week I Mr. and R. Owen ,
Gordon Ivey who art making their home with i family Jacksonville wen guests .;
Mr, and Mrs CITY
have bought the John B. Branch Mrs. Potter's parents Mr. and Mrt. Anna C Wldoff last week of Mr. and Mrs. Roy ':i
Mrs R. II Fitzpatrick. York City. Ira house By Warm livery : Chandler, ',r'
house at the comet of N.W. First
i ave. and Tenth it, and are having sister, Mrt Chu. I Mr. and M Z. Seater and' \?
i y it remodeled for early oqcUpancy -! Miss Leonora Stewart music W..t.'I Charles Becker has been Irani- I family left last week for North -
Sewed from the Naval Operation'
The Ivey residence on N. Instructorin the ; Homestead Mr. and Mrs. John Carolina V
r' W. 13th It. has been purchasedby schools wiD.I., .... June t to spend of Miami and son, [ Base In Key West to the filter I .
plant at pumping station west Mrs. Cleo Wagner and children
+ Mr. and Mn. Z. A. Fite. the summer' at her home in Bra- guests Sunday of Mrs. ire
I Jj denton. son's brother-in-law. I of Florida City. I returned te Naples last week ,ito

Dr. and,'Mrs..A. M .. j I" Bird B. and, rejoin her husband 8 l-.. Wig- ,
Mt. and Mrs. John Neafsey an A.. Langham son,
parents of a son born May 10 at Miss' Katherine Orfanedes will Mr and II.... O. C Wayneof.Fort Pierce spentthe Dann J
leave Sunday on a two-week' vacation 4
the University Hospital In Miami week-end With'Mr. and Mn. J. S.
and children have AECHEK SMITH
r He has been named John Henry. trip In North Florida and their home in Cavet. ;Littte Ronald, Harding JAMES II'JIC)5I'JT.'NIWf < .M
1 Georgia. She will visit in Tallahassee
returned horns with them. : .
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winter her 1.
with Mr. and Mn. Chas. spending the I
( Lyna Irwla Is expected 'home Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brown and: and'
McCartney In Mn. W. Tiwlir: gars Jan bad born to Mr.;
Sunday from Cleveland Tenn.
and Mrs Hubert Arrendale family have returned from a visit
Mr. mother;Mrs. J. A. Mrs. Lee King ot Florida. City on
where he attended Bob Jones
'and In Savannah with Mr. and at the home of Mrs. J. Brown 11Chokololll. \ May U; ',
> College Mrs. F, N. Irwin hi.motll.r. arrived from Chattanooga .
,, returned early this week 'Mn. Leland Burton. to Join Mr. Godwin who .... They, were' accompanied Mr and Mn. Henry' lone, .ofGoulds ,
ployed here. They by Mr. and Mrs Clifton, are parent 'Of a son. .
after attending graduation exercises ''
1 Mn. Clara Stead, who has spent their home In the Bogus and family of Chokolas- Francis Allen,' born May 21,
there.Paul the winter here win leave June the old highway.. kee. who Visited Mn, J. H. Ban-' Surgical patients' tht*' week 1
on. ..
.I 1 for Washington D. C., when cock last week were Mn. Leroy Omnalne of .
L 'Worley,. coach at she will visit relatives before go- Mr. and Mrs. Marvin 'and Homestead and Miss Marian Pet.
Homestead High School Mm.t Ing on to her \home in Adrian, West Palm Beach are Little Diana, Archie .pick, en of pet..... ' '"
,! Worley and their children- Jane Ie Clinton 'are suffering from Influenza were"Mrs.
f Mich, Mn. Fannie Shuler C. Medical patients Ul-
and Paul. Jr, will leave June S' Council Bluffs Is., who at their home hers.R rica Martin of Homestead and l'

lz for, Perry, Fla. where Mr. Wor. Mn. Lula Kraplsh of Miami, staying at the Shuler : Worley la recovering from James1": Louis' Phillip .of Florida, 4
f f1 ley will have charge ot. the city I spent Sunday tfcght and Monday spent last week in Key a, major, operation. ClI.)'. ;
tt swimming pool. Late in August as a house guest of Mrs. Eva Col- ,_'. ... ,,o,
they will visit relatives In Asheville Una. \ .
N. C, before returning to ,- I :
l ; Homestead. Mn Bernard H. Proslse, the ,
former Miss Virginia Stewart, .
i Mr. and Mrs.:J. M. Holferty. will spent the week-end in West f r NatureFavon :
left May 3. for Montreal Palm Beach with S-Sgt Proslse
? N c., to attend the annual meetIng who Is stationed at Morrison
of the national assembly of Field, $ .
the Presbyterian Church to which :
i Mr. Holferty is delegste. They 1 Ceo. r of Charleston, the SOUTH "

k, will visit Jacksonville with' S. C. USN radio man 2-c, spenta
their son-in-law and daughter, 72-hour liberty this week at
i' Lt (J. g.) Floyd Arpsn and Mrs the home of Mr. and Mn. JamesC. ".
r Arpan and will go In late Juneto Vann. Mr. O'Connor formerlywas 1
the Pine Mountain School of stationed here sit, the naval ,
Harlan County K,... to visit Dr. radio station. !
j Francis and Dr. Emma: Tucker.
Before s returning home early in. Mn. Patricia S. Armstrong and r a > )
August, Mr. and Mn. Holferty baby, Sharon Ann have tome
will visit also Chicago.. from Colorado to make their home
I with Mn. Armstrong's stepfather
Mn. 3, J:. Cauions returned and mother Mr. and Mn.H. .
home Monday after a visit In A. Xkberg.Mrt. .
Cherry Point, N. C. with her son
and dsughter-ln-law; Master Sat Paul Reynolds and sons,
and Mrs. Robert W. Gautens and Gene and Joe, left Monday to
I their children and In Hopewell visit relatives in Cairo, G.. i
t Vs., with a brother-in-law and -- a
sister, Mr. anal Mn. W. H. Barton Mrt. Bob Ogletree of Miami
1\t ,; spent Sunday here with her .
mother, Mrs. T. C Solfert
Mn. J P. 'Hendley Is la Col.qultt .
\ Oe.( Yliittlng, her' mother Mr. and Mn.. John Barren and
t and Other relatives baby, John, Jr, left yesterday to
visit relatives In Lakeland andpoints
t t P. McLean returned Sunday !Do South Carolina
., trove Miami where he had spent
'a 'week visiting his son-in-law Mr. and Mn. S, E, Thomas have
and daughter, Mr and Mrs. Henry gone to Lakeland for a visit with i
Evan relatives. '
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t ...fll NIAnd/ today the varied, (ttrtfl production oft wide varieiy farm trod, i.

soils of the South are)helping to sustain dairying, poultry,raising livestock ant t 11 r

out nation fighting for Its way bf life.: In tq the glowing fruit! and vegetables. 'j

this rich: urea agricultural product+ :ergo. '11te s..MardW.thr u*bhi: ,.,. ,';" '
from tub-tropic fruit and ytfetaHts.ir\ ha' > I I'contributed
61FOtro cultural: Development Department ;,; 1

Florida to thegrain fields and. apple orchards" sutittntiallf: to tae. growth of, p \jJ'::::1;:

*fVirginia.;; r ; .. . -the South' coming days.'the '.\ .'iP |

'When once the principal crop was cot Seaboard will actively assist 1ft the J 1 -;xa M I

"ALt.-OU'l" ton,diversification! is now the order of At, ,furtker dev lopment: of the rich fcnniwffj* | ,!;fi t|

AID day and the South takes high rank la.:the ',"renourca- of'* to: territory.- :'rf"ijJiif- MWaw 11Pn

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