Title: The leader-enterprise
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00652
 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: June 23, 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: VID00652
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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. '; State.to Abandon Card Sound i


' SIX :. Bridge July 1 to County Upkeep I


:/ .' : :City mil Auction Lots, pjp# MADE BY MONROE ,


, : ." Acreage Monday. July .3 '

.; In the tint such auction to beheld : I FLORIDA ROAD BOARDpMHINKING I
Seek Names Corrections; for Service
) line December, specified/ 'I

ofSexed Honor Roll to'Be Ordered on June The Card Sound bridge will be

at a ] IE abandoned by the stale and turned
'ute'to be held from 11 a. m. to As a reminder to tlie public to angle opposite the Homestead
send in additional name for the post office. ever oft July 1 to Monroe County'
3 p. IB. Monday, July J, at the Redland District honor roll for This Is the final opportunity mDIER SAVES far upkeep the Leader was advised II

front door of the Homestead city service men and women, and to changes to be made in the namesas I yesterday by O. O. Lindsay, I
haL! The wit U for the purpose give opportunity to make corrections cash donations for the honor PLANE AND MAN member of the stale road board
of getting tax-delinquent, proper In name already submitted roll art Rearing the one thousand The Monroe County commission
ties back the this week the Leader Is publish.Ing has not bm advlierf' official)* of ,
on tax roll* dollar mark, and It la planned to
Through put sale, property the list of names already seat place the order for-the goldlea. Homestead Field June Jf.-In a the stalls decision, and canmake
owners have been able to acquire In for Inclusion on .the SOO-nam name plates on June 30. Mar tragedy witnessed T>y lumaV no-plasma far the bride's upkeep
lots adjacent to their hornet or ,marker to be erected on the. tri- I Names of those in of: reds of base personnel. CpL Robert until such notification I II Welved,
process ,
-------- Commiaalaaeri Cart Bervaldi of
other desirable
property The t. Smith, Sea truck driver with
Induction Included a
are they
tract to be danger, saved the Key West stated when queried by.
auctioned are lifted in !will be In service when the marker great personal
a display advertisement on Page VEGETABIfMENNAMECHAM1EK is erected. life of a fellow soldier and a big telephone
.I of this luue. cargo plane from destruction, Abandonment.f the Card Sound
The honor roll as preparedly when be''drove a flaming truck bridge would Inconvenience), local

<....TH\WZATHi if Mr.-Carofco' from information re- full 9L Wgh_octane_gas,agar.from/ fishermen by forcing them to" .r
j' ee&tectt s slat{'AP rice Aircraft while it was Wing aka thtTdngef ttwte ever Jewfish
.. .: ::..-.. .::::. VIC&CHAffiMAN l of this' Issue. refueled,. recently Creek bridge Ur reach good flah-
.' "" Cold stars.will |e used to desIgoate The blaze. which started whena lag ground It has been pointed
Date awe H1a. .san lab Oioes wbo'have died in the eut also that resident ef the
IOIetm In the
June J..I Sf 21.14 Luther. L..Chandler on.'l'\. at] armed, servlcea= itt ( engine let off a tclck'spumping small northern end of Key Largo would
,0.9; .*med' vice-chalrma of-the I be obliged to travel twice faras
we* as
June l7... .._ h' m' 30.00 ) Is( planned to have the masoq- name quickly Spread over the
year-old Florida VegetahW Com'mlttoe I It present to reach Homestead
'.JuellU4 foundation ;,
M 3oot ry cpgjpleted so, %hat rear the truck and would have .
June 103 88 2.... 837 at a meeting held In Orlando -, VM) honor roll may> mounted 'taped to the plane'nad not Smith I When thetttete build* a high
E. W. (Pete) tins, retiring way parallel to a road and an*
,June 20.w. N. 87 SM7 ..It Immediately on arrivaL to a lightning action Jumped Into
JUlIe 21__. chairmanwta named to the executive I' awering the same ,purpose. It is
.4 70 21." committee 1 "A list of the napes if'serviceme r (Continued. page Sevea). state policy' to tun ever the old

Other 'once-l, nlmed 'were- .'and women I ly .being" published road to the county for upkeep,
::ntN.X..GRAm Lariat #aoul of Sarasotaj chair- this week, with the recognition I : Mr. Lindsay said Dade County
mani,LaUonte draw of Orlando, of the fact that this list Is Ltt.COL THOMAS will maintain the portion of the
'. creUry-manager, and John far from complete" explain Kit l old highway within, the county
TOBEBCTALLEDJohn Ford of Orlando, treasurer; U L. Canon etretary of the honor roDcommittee. ' limit, he aald, and It U assumed
attain of Palm Beach: and Paul "The Redland District I MWCOMMANDSHOMESTEAD) that Monroe will do the, aim*..
I Ir
I Dlckman of Tampa were lamed KIM one of the highest pertentagea : The,state road department of.
, to the executive committee. of total population In OTU floe on S. Krome sve. will remain
PR.ESIOONTI the armed services of any section 0&perM another 60
of the United States-a fact M
John R. days. Mr.: LindsayMid.. sea there
BOMLLA8SBACK which w* should all be yrotd :J.q"L:: French'C. Thomas,,Jr. U some grading yet to,be:done
Radland Tuesday the 1 Hence,.It I to hoped that the list of I It the new commanding' officer of grass to be let out and plash
District Lion Club. name of our. service people cane the Second O wstional Training wall to be constructed In. some
Other to be Installed are: lJ.1.her.W w )[ ATTACKBond > 100 per cent complete. Then Unit at the Honawtead Army,Air place to prevent the washing out
11hg41ah first ,
vke-preoident; II no way' to obtain a completelist Field. ...* +! of road wwLZonlnr
oM L Kendall, second vice-pres sales report'this week except through the cooperation '!CoI. Th61 w..'*ho U 37
ident John '
; C. Reed U M,vioc .f te Radlsutd
president; Chat L. Qetey;'accre.tary reveal that DM Hemattea Auto 1* everyone' the- ;baa served Sa deputy com* Approval Sought
; T. E. Klrbytreasurer; bathing the- attack with dollars.' W"It you know of a person In /jPndlng officer since! Jan. It,and For Incinerator Site
'lt. Oweie'lien JFifth War Loan soles of the BOW succeed Lt. Col. Wm. S.
'tomerf aV .H the Mr'VIee.me U ..
,Ofiher, UQ twister; and ,J TIM MaUoml Bank: ef Hematta4 eIIMIe4..JajhII published net tst.,.It- Bete VStadtg MI R. P. BarOeM totaled $17107S at noon yesterday, Thomas and. their infant daugh- wa. authorised Monday night bythe
4rectors. would be
great kelp It would
and sales .f 5WJ were reportedby you tar-.Lana,, pull, their home; In Homestead city' council to
direness at Kail-the lI.me.. Cdw.'Norman.chairman ,I r
J.'KorBMW, Jt. and"A..A'afiMthA the HemesteadtpMl rfHee. lor jpf the honor roil earnCoDteaed a. ,

' turiNf' .,onef.lM le pod the Bank tame sales period.Inctudef; .......'la) 1 ( ,on Pap tena) Sava.lorMw :
*t the meeK I9mt r1 wMch Series E.: 9M In Series F, tMM .18) '
'> also wQI br ULtetreI ....: :Series O. |..NO i. SU per cent Koto T" Fellow Ro<:* :1

I A business rraeeMitgw. IeV| :bonds, and $103000 la 3.per,cent 'AMvt, Scout Work Here Begins ate in Local Church
to weak whan <>>... .wa* pre. h od*. '
e .. .....X--. ..VI.' bash', sus a la: ft*.(MM of, .The' Boy.Sfout rnov men '' waabreuaAt Dr Sidney H. Dives, new" pew
ill41iaNk1 .:...... ,;felt*.<#>.<* ,..... __ te Amesfca by a Chicago' tor of the First: Methodist Churchof
.. "' ioIIIU"'IP"who' ;; hd triad urutuccessfuily Homestead, come Here from *
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'tlp'a Boy-Seouf.* uao-.t pastorate at Soyntcai:
I .'." ratIOft. Should l 5" leaa' tiOn : Enod, f'R; directing him U a Beach where. he authored a regular
house Number which'he. was seek.I column on news analysts for
..:r'.Q'I'r, 'c .Ribiiity V ,Bkd Says ling,',Boy KulpT:: told the Rotary' the Palm Beach, take Worth andDelray
Club Wednesday noon In .a talk papers and broadcast a*
::l"riIIe June 22: (Special lory wilt. eaard as the most sigafsani on the Hoenestaad troop. new analyst; for more than two
to Homestead Leader-lleepas- event In fl\e'Mwab x of Mr. Kulp, who has had long experience yean for OWI ever nation WWPOat
'Lag to the aaUreas of welcome modern Umea."Tba with boy In church and Palm Beach "on the program
.toads by *fcr AM. W the A*. very fact we are meeting Sunday school work.. Is 'sponsoring "Between the Lines." "Kaleido
a. "M oi Cessa r C.a ems"ose- to.coHiMer problems peculiar commlUeaman working actively scope of news and "It Happened
u* M pisMk'oMMaJa, during the with: Scoutmaster TUwett, In Today" -
man* ef the huveten of Sisters .-....... and building up,the A native ef Birmingham,' Eng
......',....... haw M MMVtoalW toad WeeP land, Dr. Davies was graduated
shale-of' afi of ist and bring mere< Reaerhjm'ihiap poixteil. out thata from the University of Wale and f,
e J. to us a raaUtattau. that we say asst.twlp Is Mot save.obe served a* ast Mslssnid mlnajaur ef,
an .amporU.t duty to per- "e+mPfng war peep: t.aW 1e'1l the Wesleyan Methodist Ministry
AJ6 a 'dN c1er-bullIIIIC ixganilaariuu i bMarl. ;,i _;,...........a Ie
... ar 10 shack bars learn to bow 'of -r"T; ,,:
,, hlelsofdwh! :r.t :l.fc ....... "physically fit; oz. '7 ..MOInUtiN bt Notpeltd... scant
} ex"oa \the:: : at'bjr ( tt ii""" DlhtJ alert-and morally,straight". '; :( odJMpt>Biglhl):'

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; ;'ll ,. ... .. -. Chan Jf Fay I*'Veteran: 'itoR-esr NOW ,1-acaGcal x' 1 1'Y Fart Field,.thief radiomen;

f Of 2 Pacific ie'ik."tunt"2f.1h1rt: tsris U13dIystler 11000t 1 'I
: Campaign ;
OUR MEN IN SERVICE pending a leave of several w
4 Harold i. P Powort,.husband her* with his parents, Mr.
1 have beta
. "" .. .. ... .. ; 'a two eampatfnt Mrs?'Hindd J..."r> vve. It("Second Mr*. L./Field His::wife' I
.,_. and am now roes aa bland where aver' Homatead."Fav has'been I son, Lyle, who accompanied !
; : the only gunfire we hear b practice promoted from the grade of Tech to Homestead, will remain !
.1. Sgt. Sauls Returns with Citation : write Chat J, Fay, boat t to that of, S-Sgt. at the' Army for a longer visit, I

; For Part in Ploesti Bombing Raid ._in'. mate tint visas with the Service Forces Training Center n ,

i ,, i Setbeea, tram the Pacific "It, here Pfc. Robert Chambllst, _?,,,
not too far from action but a At the time of his promotion on furlough at the home of, i
a citation ribbon for months was seat overseas where shade more rettiuL Since S-Sit Power was serving (a the stepfather and, \,"
participation a* an aviation m*- he served la Egypt Palestine, out my stops have been comma New I42nd Engineer Base Eqlupment Mrs. B. A. ;' 1herPtc., !J
j chinks In the low level bombing Libya and Tunlala fat the
ff&lT Caledonia, Gaudalcanal, Vella I Co. under the command of Capt. bliss is stationed now at : :
attack Aug. 1, 1#4I on the Plotfti '
East and the A/Hcaa-Italiaa
y Paul Hofffnberg. The Army Kin.Gerald .
touella and the place mentioned I,
you -
OIl Refineries '
Sgt Elton &lulr.tJSAA.r. campaicna. He
ajo a rib
Service Forces Training Center at e
V aa station in Mar t e
has been returned to the bon for the MlddU\ my your '
JEart cant- Camp Claiborne Is the largest
tt taut (Bougainville). f had "i
United States after Andrews, S
22tt month pafgn'and a toad wJhduci ribbon. I-c. k
single concentration: ot engineer '
9 M overseas service Sgt Saul was . e eDDay been there since November whenit troops in the nation. Tuesday after spending a t l ;!
n f assigned to help service the heavy wai really hot-Hind I 'don'lmeaD days' leave here with his- i iMrs. :
7; fi> > bomber group making the famous Letter Written, the weather . r Blanche Smith. ,Gerald \
raid. : T want to thank you fo .the I CalL Wm. (cCennell, tr, has been in training Norfolk, I
Sgt Sauls, who formally made By Set Walton fnTttlyThli paper ,When It arrive*.out JIere .been transferred] to Greensboro, and now' .tf reporting for sea i i ion

lilt .hew la Homestead, arrived la D-Day and tciTMW It la the Southwest Pacific It make N. C, tram Tucson ArU. ,,' ? a minesweeper '., TI
excited and one feel that the State ;are not .
Saturday la Miami and U oa furlough anxious ****" how "
& until,July S- when he win things are going Sft.. W, K. quite ao far away, and ifs nice toread I : ,ij ONQ .'RPI4. BUNK: :'
:?report to the Miami Beach Redistribution (Billy) Walton writes th.J ed.trbiterprlaA 'about the tolka:and the 4oInta I
: .. .. .ln' the.town In which a fellow .
from Italy ,.her. he Uva. "" *: s J:.. .NoWti, .. i I
K* went Into service Apr. tIMS > la stationed wltl, the amy". .
end within two and one-half fore HjjjjThe Tm no war'expert but-t.%aquy ChIn Honor Ae ft Committee" ', '- .,
' 1 ; Invasion" jneana.fo seen Of definitely fiat things are Vfrj HIM Homestead,. Fia. ,, '. ." ",,.' .a .r . ...' ;'

:i Magi. Richard Matfeon. ua that w. will be fotoglhom much brighter out here than.)Jyj .(' 'The"loUnwing,niroe'fw;names) should be Included la*.' '
oonerr and 4heMa what we- are.. were a year ago let'l bops. 'It.' the listing' tf ,service-men 'aod women. -fr ni.th. 'RedUadplatrirf >, \
; Comet Home From Italy an looklnr> ''wprd to .:. will not be too long. \" : t.
; the boner roll iV hearted fc honor out :
V; Far enlisted Jan.1 f 14 '. > .... ', ., ...
rt I "I! ha *,b eB to Co ics and $, : 414. : 'r" .. 0:
If-Set Richard Mattaon bat re. Satd1n1a.ttw thlt ji about the and has never "Beenr 'home on '
"monta turned t* the: States from It nest plaof ,1V been 1e .. n. I leave. HIS wife and daughter DNa2 : t. i: '

7' service overseas where hI Eileen, nuke their ,,.. __.._
weather, la perfect, and 1'.4 oI4I,i tIt home here r;. _
., .took part la the Invasion of Africa ., '
a !
e e
: (eta pretty tool There la a ; r t: ;,1
and Italy large by, but it. does Kenneth Glenn, aviation m.. ;.
'j M-Sct Mtttaon baa been -rlaK- za.e Name'
not Mott-of tt1 has chII It'' mate. USN., ,thla week j '' 'tH, ',; '1
with Miss
tag Virginia ,
a Sister '
been destroyed and 'ftI w'U'hepeople made an unexpected flying visit . j'j '
tngeborg Mattson, andII expected art gone : .'bor',4Bey do here to his pareota Mr. and Mn. _._,- !
to arrive Saturday to have.a good Red Robert Glenn tn route from the .
t spend the remainder hla tore*, Pacific I"" l' -; .,,( I
f.q Bridgepdrt, Conn, .
week furlough with his mother, ; d # Submitted __ '
Pvt Corbett Smith, TI5X hat where he will receive further by .r. -.r_ "_ 1
,', Mr*. Semen. Mattaoa,, and his arrived safely at !lit destmlQonla training Kenneth who had been I ., :
\ broth -I..1aw and sister Mr. and Address .. ... \
1 the Pacific friends learned thla In Australia and the South Pa ---- -- -- -
i Mrs John Becker week. Pvt. Smith bad been last el Islands, left Wednesday after f
e e "f ___.. ._
i stationed at Camp Gruber Okla. _
pending, a day and a half here. .
See Former R.H.S .Boy
.'j'" ' Lw

,. In Invasion Photographs' ..., ,
Friends here recognized the
picture of \Tm- K. (Billy) Hilson

,petty officer tint class, CSCO, ,
..' la Invasion day'"photoe published ; . I B00KBtlSI
Sunday I" MMp, patens BUlyla r % WAIl II OVtst there maybe'
a graduate ot Redland High :
home School In and Perrlne formerly with mad his parents hit- I.....*wfce eea.t.i..*...........aa BMe.. 1'

c, Mr, and Mrs. C. L. Hilton, %( { 2.A... wM anus freed ee weSu f

: who now live In Fort Pierce ,
c', e .e o If yw want to be ia the fertuaat*troop who wB

:.t Set fane Redd army aviation M 1 .eta be ridinc tot aatomobOei..Joie 0u1r1 .::

mechanic haa been trsn.i .- Aat-Bnakdowa" dub today. How do yon de eta
I erred to Russia from 'England. / k?just cone.m lit OuWa frorerte lI nl.. IfIUIIICI ,

He la a eon of Mr. and Mra. C M. Plaltl ;

*edd of Homestead eIH. . TUa plan waa coneahreil by nptrti car..., 1

0uIr"1I btcnne car nainteaance b a
J. T: Godwin, navigator .
.. toot Inportaat dvOaa: Job. (The Ooveramcataayiehrniaacar
tombardler on a B-SS, U stationed
now in the Pacific Lt. Godwin, iemttiiancefaoneoftheagTtceaa
ton ot Mr and Mra. R. L, Godwin .ttel to winning HM.",becauta: was stationed formerly at Cdum.Ma i war waken. automobact to get to work) ;
S. C. 'and waa home Oft''A (L: ;
brief leave Jurt before leaving the ... ,
states Hit rounder brother, '.)

t r Barney, VSW signalman also kaaalcned .J.
to the Pacific area aa b
a cousin Barry Curl. Jr. USN
4 who formerly .mad his borne ,;r..
here. I

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... P :/"ic'Jannstom: oi Miami tinned >U :SfAututtlhe :Mr. '.&&II *Mt.t1OrI"'haJe.>. iuetoi'.y f' t r ; ;
visited Wednesday with member Smith plan! !!sine- to to to FUat, Duke XJnlveirJty. returned TV e*. ,: :
and Around of the First Baptist Church of Mich, here' she "..111' visit herbrothersinlaw day night from Durham, N. C :
Homestead of which he was formerly 'and sisters Mrand 1 r
II psstor Mrs. Alton 1ft land Mr and Bowling a Dye, USN, Is ill .t j
Mr*. Chasv Jarvis. Mrs Jarvis pneumonia In the base hospital at
Homestead I Roy Murray bas returned from U the former Miss Dimple Parker the Richmond Naval Air Static 1

I a visit to !pavo Ga of Homestead. Mr. Dye pent the week-end herewith

i her parents, Mr. and Km t
I James C. Vann began work last Arthur E. Kaschel arrived Sat.urday J. R. Dorscy.
week as a civilian employee of the from New Orleans, to visit J I
'Joe I.. Burton underwent an mar Miss Mary Roberts of Home Homestead Field fiN department, his father Edward KascheL: A Miss Lucille Springer and Betty !
emergency operation for appendicitis stead.Mr. former resident of Homestead, Jean and Mitchell Same of Missal ;
Saturday night in James Mr. Kaschel staying temporarily Mr Stewart I '
Mrs. t.. E. Dolts of Fort Pierce were guests *
Archer Smith Hospital, Hi was *. Cliff Kartrude left this In MJafnl but may come back Springer on Tuesday.
and children, Betty Jo and Bobby,
taken 111 Friday noon white ott a here his home
week for West Palm Beach to to.j ,lyi" -
l have(returned home after a visit
fishing trip on-the Key Join pier husband Sit Kartrude. f bent !with Mrs.JOeltti. stepfather Mr and Mrs Oeo. Barnes..*
who ,II'on .Jurlotoh' frgnv- 'Camp, and Another. Mr. and Mrs. Paul LawrenceKins. 1* employed at children,. Sylvia, .-BonnW ash
...". Ttidma.;Cotemsn; county I Stewart;,Ga.. PuUen.Pf then ttt exchange at Homestead W7ne...who have been In Crystal.
: fceaJtJ. ors returned 'to work .. -, Spring,. Miss. -for several wedut
this-week. arter: vacation. 'of sev. I: Uct and M.... Kaymend Hoffman : 4-$ Claire ;:;.whs la under ; Field.,, will ieave'this ..._.for Header ,.

%;oral week*." . I :"returned Wednesday-.. from ordere for ,overseas,shipment at, %Mzpta.ese Faith of Miami visited eoarUle.

,. .<:Mil* 'NellnSau)*., left .MiamiBear .N.hoOeymoMrCpent.Y, ,.Mrs:, !liftmen. : (a:. was tfyrtctase''Ml., ten "
j Satllt4a.1or Detroit In the Betty .JuM-Jenkln* before her a son, Herbert, were< iMet* Sunday
y srt ]eft, a.tunlaOo: spend, a Gnham at .Baltltnel *
'employ of, 3diatia: 41'.wute...*, :mart. sg t Jume.t.; .... .. I-IS-dajr delay....o.Toute with Ml etbet anther, Mr. Ge :. (Continued on Page Five) _
evangeljft, of the .Four-Swat . '
.. :'JTtbemaek., Ml*, *.: Outs, formerly : ::;VI ..;}I.' .'NtJe1! ',. ,. .: pten parent* ajso In,M Chicago Vlilt ,with_ Pfe,Walter Delta ed CoBlfts-ot this week-end Plant; CAy.e are visit rtpett-Mr. "., II. I"," I.,,!, "III 11. II' II..W................""
ttxtde her Jaome"Im.! Mountain Qty, Tenn, 'pA ,a fewness Eut] tin Anderaon, lad. Graham paren1v Mr and Mr*.
trip. .
i- I ---- H. llECrahaml 1 : TO MY CUSTOMBftfe>
Counts .ChairmenPrtttonB ,. David +swi b.
Bishop ; R Sullivan Is 111 at his
Mfl and Mr. Laban X.. \
t ie
t Bird expected re
: and 'Jauxhter, Karen .returned home; at J01'If" ,B. That ave. John M. I3roWA""sMtiunsd fue*. Please call for' any. rticlea -
tuna Saturday from an official ,
buslnes trip toran.hmet. Tuesday from> a visit to points InOeorUa i. .-; day alght" from the 4ere he ho* : kit for repair-fey: Wed.
plltal at Bay Pln received
USCO. Wlth'"a
Jacksonville. ; Clinton Bishop a visit her broth.
accompanied them bore from St. er and! aliter-ln-rawj! Mr. and Mr*. treatment for its Injuries nesday, July,as my store

Edward Pedrlcfc of Waycroc, Auxustine :where he Is',stationed.Mr Clyde Parker, Mr*. Corbett Smith 1 received tI"'I In the FINt'World War. wilt be closed for-several
left Wednesday night for Hamp
Oa, arrived Friday to. visit herewith H. F. M'rd of Macon will tr" . weeks.
ton. Fla. where she visit her Comer Davis DelUnger la
Mr,.and Mrs, Preston
B. Ga. and her daughter. Miss Mary parents, Mr. and Mrs. John H. taking, a one-week vacation from ,
Bird, hit uncle and aunt.Mrs'JeR. I HAROLD LYON Jewelei
arrived Wednesday night to visit Parker. En route the spent the her duties as assistant cashier of ;

Mrs. Buford't brother and sister! day with a brother, Dennis Parker the 'Int.National Bank of Home- ,..... ,..,,,,,,,..,,;,.
Brook I"" ""'''''''''''''-0'''''' "" "' .
and ton, Pal, tn-law. Mr. and Mr*,'A. S. Moye: S 1-< USCG, who I I. star stead.
have returned from a five and a -'
half visit the home -
week at of ---- -
Mn. Brooki brother-in-law and
liter, Mr. and Mn. Royal Henry, p
In Watervllta In the Smoky MU. raw
of North Carolina. i
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Henry Kufeldt it expected to
return this week from Anderson,
Ind* where he attended the In- lit D

ternatlcnfl Church of God While In Ander :

son hit,children.Mr. Kuteldtuws Mr, aW. arguest.Mn; ,,Geo of. \ 1\\\COme\\\ ; .

Kufeldt and 'Walter XuMdt He \\o\"er1t\

I also visited relative In Chicago. \\ ,

Mr*. W. IV Watkins and children -
Wayne and Linda, have returned
from a vlilt to Plant City
and are staying temporarily' at
the home of Mr*. Watktni' parents,
Mr. and Mn C. E. Gluten, Mrs.
Wstkln, iliUr-in-law, Artie
Ellen of Plant City accompanied ,
them, to Homestead for a visit.

Mn. W. C Buckner of Birmingham :-
and JIlt daughter, Mary Jo,
were" house .guests. ,this week of
Mn. Bucknerf Utter, Mr*. Zeke "7 1 4'yra?
x t tI

Mr. and Mr*. Joel J Robinson
left Monday for a brief vacationin
Jacksonville, Boatwlck and

I Lake,,Worth, Fta.Pfe I

and Mrs Gerald Powell,
Jr left Saturday to visit Pfe 1 r r
Powell' plD'lnta"lli Detroit. Ptc.
Powell Is being transferred from
Homestead Field and bal a 15-
day delay en route to his new
station. Mr*. Powell 1* the for1K *

', stir ,
A hurried goodbye! . the brave reassur el hundred ol our Florida East Coast 1

Inevitable lag word of parting ... the long train dwindling "I families. toe have gone to war. Many
in the distancea'8011 was oil 10 war. worker hare JoInN'the fighting

Emer ncyi : 9 e. Month of lonely waiting lie) ahead . 1:: : lg the troop trains through keeping[

1 j waiting end 'Par1 f for the) dorf when another the freight rolling with equipment end supplies

train nay come .down those same track bearing fa vh 4ue as well as you.

that son. and other wrfely bom. ..Jij*,'abffity and determination of the Flora

I # Thuttcnt armies 1 Is lie field fat counting Ida East "Cea-4 Railway and other railroad to

i $j oa M to do our part Buying more bond than effectively meet Iho |raickenlng demands of war

before. tinselfiih sacrifice for a comma causes b helping to speed the day ol final Victory . .

. e e keeping'supply !lines open by avoiding un. that day whoa other.train will com bringing

I Beeeasary trip .. .the way we perform cut your boy end cur back safely .homo . back

ra@a3'DAx.;, TO. ALU \ homelront lab tall assume a new Importance. home o* test to tClf.oil .
It Instinctive to defer thoughts .

i ,"of Poster*!,'teats, till some "farair '. . ,* It. >- v w,. + 1 their Return -Buy *to# Bend .
:tts**. It 1* IrrTHAKWNTto .

loam practical ctaand.taI ..
I -. .In advance! It precludes : ',
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[;; ) M.StEIJIDID: w .' : 'J : : ., ftoweU.ft.:J& '-" "i', ',:;" 1"lolpt ij' Frwtt* '
d, 11.;
':: i AND nmatoasti mm 'I 0"EL'of :_ : John T.' KuJuT; r. 'bemefit, lteuseDGwrgedese ?vt

i ......i fa.tnt j Hwardi 14mbJra. j-... .v : \Charles if/aaoadan. ip ,
i Rcdland: District Men and Women; Edwin LLjwreac.tJr? / Clifton..., '' '

re aeas ......... dw ........ ..... Alva Lee ,V Sage s: '. -
I .. ..... .... in the ,Armed Services j Prlltoa KLaeRasmond..C. ) Ted Scarbofault4'Elten ."

Lee .. : aehallentC
.....,AllClrd Indicate thnee killed In aerates '!,area E. Elchenberfer., Ji, Robert M. Lee, ... '.., S. StbffUdt ..
.......... ... .... r Norman S IJnwtCetumbu Sidney J. Lee C. &:: Schmidt, Jr.

saw" 8 tnunet Andenoq Cebm L.. Leggett J. & Seat ... .
j a ace .. aph Andrew '*Pale* Clayton X..Lehman Benjamin'A.; Shuler ,

eaa r ftIIUU. pu1M Kay Andrew* Charles I..Pay George A. Levy Edgar ......J r;
11- ...-..... Charles Angel WiW.m'rUllta Henry I. Levy HareM V. Sickle
William AncelmlX trash E'Farrell Kathryn Levy Varian R. aiumer
<*JaaXBIf IWH MTtaj Letter Archer ?'M' EarlPMd William D. Levy inBaUard Fred Sidney
U .... A* .... ".. Andenon Arrant n rfx- J. J Field Uwia ." Coroett fcnrth
.-.,., o.J. _. 11M. William Arthur WOlard PUieM/ John A. Ltwta' '. Earl W. Smith
r -. "M! .... ... Herbert K.'Planar" John W. Little Letter B. Smith

raw I:. BaileyVlrgU ..t .- .. Robert r. Fisher James L. Loper. j Ores E.: Smith
..... .. ....a ... H. Bailey orb "'"f !- tact .Yea..:.r emm':. Richard Ban ...M Charles FVmmlnj Adolph Lope ,. ,' Robert H. Spear, Jr
___ .. &er.. w aw Matt BallaraCharle Jack M. Fletcher Irving Lower ', Victor M. Stapleton
Jame" IL Barker Aa79 Ralph Fletcher Monroe A. Loaner .. t Cha H. Steftaol, Jr.
W. Barne .. Horace D. Lott
1 Howard B. Ponyth JackStepp
Fairy Tales! David Bame I.-"W. Theodore Franklin Matthew Q. Lows'Railer .. r. C Steven
Anaet B, BarrowHarry Ctrl Frederick X. a SUnaon '
By And JKaykew ,
SeattleClarence John Frederick \ W. Macey Jr. Charles Sullivan
we are very ,sung. we E. Beck Wilbur A. Free R. Cartbn Malcolm David R. Sullivan
i. think an fairy tale are reel.poken. Charles Behrenij,' x Elmer: T. Martin
True I or Clarence Preacher Donald Sullivan d
as S Gap. War end. or Henry Behren , Fred: J. Pucha, Jr. Harold B. Martin James M. Sullivan
Clarence Bell E. P Marshall Jr.
Charles H. Swatting
J If no one steals our fairy tale, Robert Bell M Milliard Caddie Jack L, Marshall .. W. D. Swectlnt "
w* grow apace, William J, Bennett Clayton Oamber Roy Martin ."
Clyde SwilleyEtrlSwUlcy
1 I Keeping faith In '
thing mlrecu- Walter Bernetker Earl D. Gamber John P. Mathl
low, unbroken. R. A. BetheapJr Chantey Garrett Richard G. Matteaon .. John Syke a ,

t i t Our minds are fertile garden ipoU Ralph Bevl Wallace R. Garrett Roland Mead Robert Syke t
Richard L Bigger
for 'modern tale Robert W. Gauzen David C. Miller
Of boy meet girl in Charles Blonde William J. Oeronkne, Jr. A. L. MiliaJ:1be11 Donald Tatbott
f torn tag.
Louis Blonde Clbb Mill. Jr. ,
tactic way Audy V. ,, 1 Herman C Jriom**
And m.r.C.PCltn rule laid down ., Steve Blonde I James M. Cibb H. a MinaRudolph I ,Ted 0. Thomas
f by Emily. Clinton Bishop Sarnuer J. Glbb M. Mire". Howard Thempjan

( They live on happily, forever from Martin Biahop Lee GladdenCharle John $. Moffett : j, ', .'. Sunuel H. Thompson
; that day. T. J. Slier niA J S. Glenn Tommy Moffett Walter Thompson Jr.-

Fred Bogart Kenneth Glenn William E. Moffett__??*... lenses Timmon
r Life given era each t solar pleats John Bogart 4 Robert Gene. Jr. E. Warren Morris ""'?yam.. Edward Tomertla
's. blew CarneronBookerH.rbert Roger Glenn Wake C.,Morton, Ji' A,. Douglass" Tower
When we discover that the page Booth Glenn D. GUdeenr .. H. U Mulkln Charlie O. Turner Jr.
: wt skimmed through Harry Bowen \ j".. W. R. CUaeon D A. MulllnsRoSert Herbert W. Turner
: Al tame, wm part and pared efthe WlUlam. M. Bradley John t. Godwin 1 MMIU Vernon W, Turner
tale though dull Md dry Emory BrannenPelton Wllburn H. Godwin Claude E. Myrick, '. Carl TweedellJame : '
A lot .... Interesting but a heap Brannen Arthur L Golden James McConnell

: more true. Walter Brannen. ; Walter. W. Goldlng William T. McConnell, Jr. C. Vann
John M, ...MOI\ Earl P. GoodlngJacne H. Pierre! McDaniel iJ Paul T. Vanit
And each of lit inert meet MMMItMtlon Heart O. Brown
K. Gooding Graham McElroy William D. Vena
t *, toe Jack Brawn W.; Horace Cooding E,' I. McGasrahArnold Carl Van Winkle e
Though they Wing fICII'IOWo'ahame! ', John M. Brawn.. Jr. J
it ', Francis S. Graham McUwalnR : : :' Lionel'Van Winkle
and tear-4ittle ....h.i W.,IfeUtier Bryant I H.' R Grahim\, Jr,.;Mk-. McLaughlin .../, .:,* William Van Winkle .-
t And we muat lay. aw'dragon lotourselves JameaT, Burtard .
Jesse Greco**'' John McLaughlin, .lr.,' Thcmaa Varnadoe
:; If
we would writ retreat Burke '
Leonard Grew McLe'orJack Edwin Vthten
it; That we. too, live .. "happily. Charles Burr Myron G. Cr nnelt 'Robert McMichaelWilliam& J Fred Vihlen
ever after.Insurance.
Joseph M. Burton Virgil OranneU,'Jr. McMlchael' L. W Vrana
i r Herman L, Bran .
R. E. Orubta : Robert Vans
for Farmers Albert Byrum o-.ec. Orunweffl Allan Neal "' ;Ir':
Homer ByrumJoseph Daniel A. NclU Cecil Walker

The farmer he more weapons Byrum 4 JemetH. Haltllp Paul P. NeiU, ;<.J Elma R Walker .

# for buying war bond,, ban Paul Bank Byrne r Harry Hall Roy Nelson ,; I Grady B. Walter
My It L Jame. a Hardy Jam VMX\ L H. WalterJohn'
other roup ol ,/American, according Gene Campbell O. D. Harris Jay Newton M. Waltoa
to Merrill L. Predmore, Harold Campbell Tern J. Harris, Jr. William R NewtonL William K Walton
director of the agriculture action Loren Campbell Vannie U 1I.m..lr. a Nixon h Pradertek R. WeberW.

of the ,war finance division of the Boy Campbell Donald HawkeaKenneth Edward W. Norman ", .f W., Weldon
Treasury Department.The Robert Capttnger. Hawfcea Wiltard Norman ,,. Louie D. Wet
Bate Carpenter Raymond Hares \ 1 T. .Elbert Wart :.t
farmer to a capitalist at Robert Cart Edaet HemMn Theodore A. Oldandorf W. Howard West > -'
\ : well at a laborer. LIke any per. Robert .M. Cave Richard R. HelaleU/ Joe Grind John H. Whlchard
Not with capital Inverted be snort William. Cave it.
Arthur HemmingjI Winh.dOwen. Jr. Earl A. Whitehead
have a flnanclaal team* te keep Kenneth Chamber Hurry Hemming .. Tommy C. WhKeheadClaraneat ,
Iv his buatnet* found. Nothing make William t \* "
Wlllard L Henderahott Edmond E. PacetU William
t i* desirable a financial reserve at I.Ch mbJ George D. Henderwn Ourden Pafford tyman Williams
t war bends, and the mart Amert-I Robert ChamflBe O. M, Haede toe Allan Payne H. R. Wilson
I 'cant farmer will put all possible Pred Chapman Edward Htckaon William C. Parma :' i '. James C. Wilson
I rewurtea Into this Investment William J. Clark. Jr John U HMuoa Dudley O. PeeMe George Wlngate
field before the 1IOOO.eeo.ooo Oscar OonlngerJlmCoker Richard Hkkaon Wilbur PeeplesAnnabelle ManhaU L. Wile
f'' ruth War Loan drive end July. Sam Hlckaoa Peter Sigmund E. Wolf .
.K: I," Mr, Pradmora Mid. Tom CotlliurjMfe.Jam ; i' Dudley K, HID Henry Peters, Jr. James E. WoUam .

Mr. Predmor suggested that ** D. Conner Harry KID Nosh Peterson, Jr. I. Edward D. Wright
former Invert In bonds the cwt Charle H. Connor ;, Jack HilaonWmiam J. H. hi.',. .. f Augustus Wynn t.'
i' of replacement of buildings and 'Union N. Censor H. Hilaon. Joseph U Ptehe '>

I.! farm equipment and needed..- Thurman Connor Fred Hobart Judson T. Piche .'To"1I\1..0. Yates .
4 pain ht cannot be made wow Allen B. Core . William a Hocutt. Harry J. Pierce IWIW'IftR.YabN. .
{ i becomes of the shortages of ma. Paul .. CM Tommy hops Walter II; PierceC. R, A. Young .

I 7 i' teriaU and labor. "Invert In wr Earl Cravey.wIT O. W. KelUngnrerth a Plummar Jr, -- S. E. Young

r- r bond 'the money la to used for Howard Croua' --list Birdie: Horn Marion Plummet' . I ;R B. tlnker, 'Jr. '
{ ; form and home Improvement after Robert Craw Roberta,Home'W AUen Pope '* .
t t the war" he advised. "The Jam** H. Curl .t II O.'Horns" IJ f' 'Oaa....* A. Pop t

aerie T bond to 'M Mould M.s W.'D.sieb Donald HourtanMUtoaj EUxabeth S. Popperwill ROLLRR SKATE ft'1N

... dollar bill. and yet after one year J. "All it ",Hunlar", . Alvin E. Prrthera ,
Jt grows In wahine.o file. Dadsd .A. T._DavteEm a Mil Francis a ProderoRhthecd j !' COMrORT'9901"a

by the United State. Government ry DeN James Jackson PretnareStanley '
;' Ira D. Davis wflfame ; .
Joeeph L. Jtokaon E. PraUieroM '
InVMtment In war bends will V Dealer t- llon .. 111100+.. IL I'
'provide a ftnancla back-log: for John*S..beHart'ktehard Vernon Richard.A.CJaekaoiV JacksonMarlwv Jr. ; :Melton D. Pyl T .i &4...... ,tee.,w see. :

thus unfavorable year that may D* Maria \
Jacohaen v v8r.
cum Ia..... Recall what ......... ....... .. Maria : Albert Ihtacaarr 11. Haeld C, after the Jut war When farm leered N. Oeweeee Albert January, Jr.Amet Ronald .. ftrnilnt I 11MiRr
Prosperity broke. /. Von Deweaa' W Jeffrey, t. a ItojrWrn. JirJarne ;
"' the financial welfare of the ?S. Lamar' tlnaortvjr: Curt Jeffrey Ptafttp 1106,00,1 M! IW:

;h fennel.for the next two decade William P. Dickinson a BeddffJUoart .
r will depend On' the uae made of AKiad t Web ,. AjJohn1W. Delta .. ... 9'1
the .hle*.r farm Income of the ;..,-.L. 81-. c. Johnson 'I '*.*. D.' now ., ......t:1k1\
a, war period," Predmor laid Walton E. Dixon Debase Rhodes
Archer Dodaon Walter c. Kaachal Raymond Robertameon "
.. Insurance for the
year '
P ......: la ,tede,'* .*.* IncomeaaMd : .= Mar IWaOft Jack Sidney W.L.Kanp.Kendrick_ Jr. Mven LPatenm w. Nasal; . e

'awajr la war jfftt. Theaaeeiai ,,Barbara lane ,.,. . reward Kirby t ':. \. 't.IT-I {. .
< ..
wir .
o( the rltldh Loan da.aMk I .
AHenKIrk .
Relish a Done, 1r.8owtiIaC Rateraj .
i 410. aM one etJeW ,!but the Robert KIMt J ... .. 0. G A'j.ull'' 't
bow. with an ..* to Hat future ,ct. Bsre" Chalso ... >.t 't' ., .
Herman RMfht y Jesus t ... ,.
:.n ht a ht| -r-' lax th*. drive. Lasts laborRichard .. .,.,.. .'. '" .. ',; :
14 dit tlkarnnFwjdm .j' t "J ,.. ..",
JO .
VlOVfy ** MMf I:cVward' + ".. .... ... '
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:irTfSTBI8tE. LocalFtcubyleriinir: :' ',': : 7 7 7CW. -mi III'S' TH .Laaghere 81'17.TerpaS If iiaso.. *.."..i' ''

,Participate in Meeting IN AND AROUHOMESTEAD 7-1 f left 'ytttttday 6* 1MsVlD Sunday seers .C Nt."'...drr ItK.
I l
StarforeV Pa. fonyth
Rev. Reins Af Ce amine.P" -I'
.the ".Hemeetea'fretby* Ua fterber Uwerk :
lre.>* <* returned Mr. and Mra. / WhWden dart ;
{: terla Doses and Ura Cum. at the Merfa Shop Tuesday, Wednesday for a Met visit with
OlIn, served an the faculty of the Continued from Page Three) after a twe-week vacation which I relative. m Worth Carolina.
sate.jrwunf pa pt.'* conference she spent al her home here.FLORIDA J
vacation albs ef Jlr.aad ---
Mra. Reseal ------
A .rI1 School held J..t week ln.BradcniUm..Mrt Conger _ I ---------- --
'wild be held at the rim Baptist Ownmlni .nd.daughlen, VlrftiiU Coconut Grove.: Mia; Iran. Song JAMES nacan IMTA 1
QlItI'OIa" Knmeatead .next.week.'anno and Mary Brace, rettgme helM ers ,accompanied theta hosn to CITY \IIOIPII'AL IftW8
**** the tcIt..tIe Rev. L.R Tuesday, but Kea Cumming reMalned visit with Mr and Mr, *. J. A. .y VTarvaM. Revere
Rotherhaat.Benny - - -------
; C atlonS. who will direct the -
ai aa laatrudor at tooleratediat
the ,
cbooj, Paanei.win W held ally Medical patient at Jame.. Ar-
frora | a. .... to I14 a, m, from this week.* conference Intermediate heM there Kuteldt has returned Mr. Md Mrs Edward Stfflag eber Smith Hospital this week
Monday through rrUay, from Homestead de.1 from Miami Spring where he accompanied ay Mra. ta Lehman were. Art McKee and lama
I are visited J. H. Orem for severalPvt. of Humealwd, left WadaMday far Wtggln '"f Hemestead Retry '
'lrre eeU e .ol. their<< lediglpy I Harriet Qavdlne Mahler Ud MM, .
,.HUI.ttoru, an cbildrea at the area ,Rushla ..,.. a twe-week vacation la HoUMra. '- Otaeo at Florid qty aU <. A.Main .0 t
urged to attend'Mr Grant- I ...... of Mium.Settled :
.art and Mr diver patients Include NIL
, <<* 4 eatm."wertinf. 'TO TAUt ON AaTNCumr j Hall ereeejteraMng :
.p..M'c Ii t superintendents PvC HOT miner I John Rose and two MM Ootth Kufetdt of Key West Mm,
With M,.Crantford 'winherlfn. The Rev. Bruce A. c..naa..1 whoa home la to Comanch*Te.. left 9uKday fare visit with reU. Clyde Oeatotea W Homestead aa.
CrMtfMtl'lnMrn>edlate; Moor e( ute hone 'sad Pretby.terian tivee 14 New Yerk, Mrs. Waller toes of MUmLTeaemartomtaa
I Church, will preach Sunday Mr*. Boy McCUlla of Ray West were pertarxadfor
I' Mr*. Chat. O. KobertaM. JuatorMr :
/ *: 1. It DorM, primary: etehaI nomine en "AmsNsg l Part.nenhlB. ll a bouseguest Mr, and Mrs. I ....... !','rraak Mlchalakl left this ; Maine Shaw and Wra. AadtKM %
I [ Kowkrd Jonneon, beginner. ." /. D. Redd. weak fbr a brief vWt with bar af Homestead, Milts setae
i.I! The general theme at the ,Sunday +( I parental Mr. and Mn. W F. 1v: and a. P. Sense ot Prtoretoe. ,
t.r '- : School which begins at MJ Trances and Movie Shackleford :erage,, .*> Brantley,Ala 'Thekna' and Senates Ceanift et
!3fslwieea for C. J. Grotz a. m, will be leaning how to returned yesterday to /ackaonvllle North ..I..... and Jackie tapes
(" JifId in Turner Chapel live la dangerous ..,... after a visit her with an Mr. ind Mm. ,Marshall Blier of Miami.
uncle end aunt, Mr; and Mr*. T. left TMtaday for their horn In
,' rud'oral services for a.... Jo- Catholic Census Berlin 'C. Shccklcford. They were .e.. Mlaslaaktpi.. .,
na)0roti., 74. were conductedby Sacred 'I companied by Miss Anne Shackle- Tea rot
By Heart Church
till Rev. U B. Creatfad..a.. ford who will visit In Jackson r Mr. and Mra. Roy Hem and
'tor ot the tint BaptM Churchof A hoiwe-to-houat census ot all ;villa family have returned"tn East CAB
HoMactaad. at a a. m. Monday. Catholic living la this area was Bend. N. C, whew Bless Vere .SERVICE
,la the Turner funeral ClwpeL. begun Sunday. by members of the Mri. A. E. Smith and children. called by': the Illness ahd death of
The body was cremated, ,Sacred Heart Church under the Juanita and Carl are visiting ret.stives Mra. Niell'i mother. of tans". ,....
Mr.Grot&, who wan a native of dilrectlon of the Rev Michael In Tcnllte, 0 .
Germiajr. died June U la the Nixon. Mr fnd, MIT Howe who Day Phoae.......... '1106
daCaunly: HoaplUL! He leaves: The territory hat bean.divided Pvt George Hall U on furlough have been occupying: the Lewis
his wife. Mary three daughter, into tonef and assigned to the from Louisiana .at the home of cottage;moved. to Homestead Sat. Night, Phone .._... 239nounnAD
Mrs Margaret Beyer, Mn. Marie different workers who will eon. his father O. H. Halt.Mrt. urday. .
Unditt and Miaa Ivelya: GroU; pint the work within aU weeka.
and tire ION, Leonard and Chen Harold Oxford ot Miami t. d: Aldrich wai a Sunday CAS lanai i
1.w the survivors live in was a week-end Nest. of Mia visitor J[at the horn of Mr. and r. 0. Insare, '
auditorium at the close of the 1i
Pearl WhIUker
'Chleafa.SnMky. Mrs. Frank Stalling of Miami {
,, Bible achool hour.
\ "'f' The cradle roll' rooms have
<. Cradle Roll Day been redecorated and arrange ,

:. At First Baptist Church furniture.with new equipment All parenti and are Invited new- I He wont dodge thisr :

Sunday. will be observed ai to bring their table for enrollment
Cradle Roll Day: at the First Bap- In this department which .
1 tilt Church of Homestead with a b for, children tip ta three year
special program which hat bee .f age, ..
arranged. by: cradle roll director,
Mrs: Cordon Ivey '/'Ijl4n., JackY BBADY BONO'PUBLISHEDCoplea
oUt '
were received tali week
," gift will be pw saw to the by FraneU t. BrwI,.. Redland
youngest child present, an4.. District songwriter, Of the lullaby,
the youngest mother at the oxen -Hu..,. Little Ancel.* bf. which ke
dac ,which will beheld in the wrote the lyric )
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rWeU1tJt 'P Don you dodge this 1


g Financially Hit telephone company hu not

profited by the war. Tbc rate of return eft th<

;;", amount of mOM, invested in telephone plant in' 0 Q i iEli.

.,: Florida daring the war period hag been len tbap

::' any year since, the depression.

While tfcf'prjc it practically rvtrrthinf .

to f inclvdiaf dM. cow eI faraithiaf ttkphe anrk -

.. tan toM .f. i kph* rant fcaw ell ia* N
t' crt atoa, the c*.tf are fang Ketoses ttleplwae + Urn UHfKltnera when his TW It tU time. 4* Mt that
rata have beta e4ect4 to..kie,1a large, Uvinfi' . '' c.o. fiMIr glass ........... extra huadraJ buck spend .
f to etfafjfcaae wtn 'tt'Fledda ttariaf da pas TVWI ..e .. liflM to think of be lavaaioai BMdb.better I
three lean.The' 0 o' trip la *. with fi. Ua. '. Or sake H $.. Or SlWa f' J
sde.le II ray eI.telephoes wecbtt i r., ., THC ft3rrs IN rr frog E.WS9i"hag ,OrljB66UBae,1lNiViiwoilMf I
the tifheei k ftu Wet tees. At. Mm ti oe ail. k*'* f.<. need .e tits...I, e ,

Una bin loomed trraMa to.slf ,Siam' ear y W..do....aRMLThti Tk SA,War Loa k .the big
laity Ue tics vat i* DtcmW 1941. the triepbB . '.. it the lime for III to throw it every. ..... tit* moot ,;tall, iaaoeriaacIt
"< lhaa . thing ..s'ee pC. -anaW elM .t&J.ia..we War. !I.
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Oft let.feaVtat tUtIo.t1. sad .. ...11 MABT-TO In THE .OW 'YOtCANT AFFORD {,r
takes in. Eti.tida.,

p ' .tbe-tefcfbofte company is iWnf ie' ,

4 hei.K it.i.me ef. bwtMM+ 'J is k*, B Vorf .k ken -. &tI e !"m IIIOIUltAIlEfDIf

, mailag only tW1 dua ,4H% oa '1I 4 .
' iwe taieac io Borila.A. ."" -'.Ais adreriJeeaaeat is ra* aitt- .... to America/a aee. war fort %r, .
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11 t tf(f If I . . Social Events in South Dad '.. .' ..-.J'I : r;

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i Juts 23 Meetlnt of Homestead

la honor ot Ms). Wilbur Allen a :year's' service In the southwest Home) Demonstration Club A reception (o welcome Dr and. two jS.uahtara", Katherlne sad
c Free, USMC and Mrs.. Free, who Pacific where be distinguish Mrs. Sidney H. Davies will be I Cornelia Ann,' arrived. Friday
June Radl.ndHome
: were married June 4 In Portland, himself by a record of three and Demonstration U-Ueeting dub of given this. evening tram S U 6o'clock' from Boynton Beech,
:Ore, Hi). Free mother, Mr*. J a, half Jap planes eeyealfa eob. '
V. Free, will told open house able, and several damaged, for June -Meeting' of Jennie by members therFlrs CLUB u z6L&VD-CiNUi.
:4rom I to 1 o'clock Sanity aftcroon. which be WM awarded u..-....,, LobdeJlCircle with Mrs. A. M. Methodist Church of Homestead i WONSOU DANCE tCkBUThe

ties air-medal.: ' LD a. at the.home of Mr. and Mrs/ D :first of a .scries of' pubU
I Mal-and Mrs. .Free 'wlU .leave "J' Byron Anderson, \rofcst.ojf 'July t- Dance ghneft by WC Redd on N.W. Fifth at *. dances,wlll.,be spoosorad, tonifgktIn '
,..July I. for Cherry Point. K. C. the bride, was but man, s4f*-''. man's dub of HooMfteaeV Dr.' Davtai;\newt pastor of'the tr rsaiaemUyhsU Midland;
I' bere Free will teed station* CU.Reward{ of :r=cowfe : July'.J-M* tlrig .of' Business church,'and.Mrs.:1).vle and their Writer$y the.Charm- b. an or:.
'"temp rarll1. 'The.scalar Mrs, the bride act fol.. Women.1! .Circle ot rim Baptist ganJs it ii jOf.t en1m-girls jil.rected. : YO
Tito*:will accompany,., them to .lowing 1M ,ceremony *. iftUoa Church Homestead- wtthj. itrt. MM!? : t"fAitliiEltf ''; .. by' Merry Poir ins then gale Hen. was.held in Abe blue J'OOID.tI1 3. R. Done.-t OM....! ligAlf...' ...t Mtt4c .w\Ube- furalshjnl.by.thoCfeai '
(,fefsotrvtrirfor'' .'vacation.K ; : MultnoinstuHoteU .Z40 1: ? July, 'S-ateetlng of Redland MUs Lenora WlUlamt wit'toni I Locks-KavalvAlr Base or* .;
The following account of tile Mrs, Tree. eduat' KeldlblOrbool: nub with. Mrs and 'on Tiei*.:sixteenth- birthday>> cheatrartmder'tht direction. otAl .
Iret-Asnder ion wedding is. ref Unrversltr I pawnastbwu4, 'pee P. 'WiigbX. annlveriary- with buffet dlnfter ''W I1rt::;: J' ...1 ; 1-' .
printed from one-of the 'Portland 'bar:ot Kappa : Val July 11-Business, meeting :ot givrn Tuesday night by ber' p'urenta. "!',Tbd.dandrt:saesb t tgtpQd'.te' it
I' 'papers: duc UonH buloikr.'an ,Heenattead. ,WB.C Mr. and'Mrs.'Dan T miim ; yalto.Moneylfor trdub.meau>
\ I Tail c.u.a. r tit Trie 6lheri'pretent were: Mr. burr to:spend a,.we k W.Mlamt8taeh11at
f The wedding Of Mist Juana jft If Potlatch, July It-:Meeting:of Woman1 .
( music la the and Mrs: Bird Mr andMrs .ln Jute.' ben the
:Hardy; I
J JRuth Anderson of Moscow Ids: Hub ot the Redlandsa '
tw .
: the years
Ids for peet '
; > .. casper Williams, Mrs.Fred .wll 'comWn* pleaiurr.wttliA .
I k Band U] :Wilbur Allen Free Oft ttfter'awabltht'trip to South, ... '
Fuchs. Jr; Kid Jennie 'H t41; count>W'tesgtsc.'bouaek thp.' i I.
o I homestead.Fla, was an event of.tfunday norldi. the MUf of the groom <$trays and' H tards. Punch M Mist Jotyne Mock, Mia'Dorothy I lot 'MHL.Zoiii.e'Sutter".will'be's '
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afternoon June-d, at theUttle
Chapel trf they will procWta Cherry Point.' coconut,pie were served Harold and 'Webster and Charles. h.pejone.t "
the Chimes inPortland.
( N. C. where tVa). Free wW IM "
\ Present were: Mrs 8. r. MaUthews Williams,
The service was read by stationed for the jiext few month* . .,
'the Mrs. Den Williams, Mrs. JJL ., F. A. La*Cette.TJrsrOus CtomaN
Rev J. Clarence And.non.i ute
s gather of the bride. 'Maj. Free also attended reee'Vedhla McNelll, Mrs. a H. Davies,' SUNDAY KCNIC GIVEN : tie, Mrs. Flora Bailey. Mrs. Var.Ian .
University of Idaho and I ifrs. John J:. Davis, Mrt. Wm.' PC crrr PARE BT GROUP Sbem ,.. Miss Betts Ore-
S. The bride wore an Ivory satin flight training In PenalcOJ I Musselwhlte, Mrs., Casper Wtl .
( A picnic dinner and supper were lIam; Miss Ifll'laret"Cason Hri-
'f. 'Sown'with sweetheart neckline lams, Mrs. Oeo. Ranaon. Mrs enjoyed Sunday In the) city park II en and Ruth Elsie Tomerlln. Peg
edged with plaited satin ribbon KKDLANO CLUB TO BECKM Mollle Wlngste, Mrs U D, W,. by a group composed of- Mr.and gy,JJrtle, Alfred Tomerlln, How.
; matching the appliqued bows FOR AUGUST SEFTEMBfJM man Mrs. H, L. Brown Mrs. Eli Mrs Alfred Tomerlln, 'Mr. and,, and Williams, Pvt. Ceo. Hall
scattered over the skin and short The Woman's Club of the Redi, lington, Mrs. Showalter and Mrs. Met. Lawrence Williams Mr, and' Bill.a Cason, Rogerlee .Slzemore,
K train. Her fingertip length veil lands will meet July 18 and then Belts. Mrs. Cecil Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Edward Cecil and Robert
"i was caught with a tiara of orange recess for August and September, The next business meeting will I K. A. Little, Mr,, and Mrs. C. W. Walker, and Eddie and Tommy
fclowtoms. and heavy satin cordIng It was decided at the meeting. De held July 1L, 'tl i Little, Mrs M, A. Mowry, Mrs Little. 1.
i She carried calls llllles and ?
TUead.1. .
k lacy linen handkerchief given In observance of Flag Day, Mrs. 7 S
.: fa her'11, her mother Frank V.. StlUman spoke on.,the j
"She was attended by Miss origin of the national and the
Florence Hlnckley of Couer I state flags.
': I tfAlene, Ida. a former schoolmate Present were: Mrs. Seymour j
\ and teaching colleague'as maid of Dane, Mrs. B. A. Waldln, Mrs: t
1 ; donor, and ,Miss Father Virginia A. Carter Mrs. Dave Kuiemi, : "
toward of Portland, a cousin of Mrs H. J. Armstrong an4 Mrs. 41
the bride The attendant wore StIllman. :: '
J J latching gowns of powder blue --- ;1' the SOUTH .
(; noire taffeta under white net and MtS. BETTZ IS HOSTESS '
: tiny shoulder length vells'of blue TO METHODIST: CIRCLES
1 pet attached by velvet ribbon Circles Two and Three.ot the
f. goeettes.Their. I W.S.C.s. of the First Methodist Jaw ;
.. .- flowers were Oldfash- Church of Homestead met Tuesday I
|onad nosegays of pink rows, for afternoon at the home of Mrs. \
jet-me-pots. and stephanotis Selma Belts. Mrs O. I* Showalter -
"Ma). Free, a squadron comgnander talked on rural work In :, ,
'; t of the Marine Air Forces, Mexico The social service rr*
; I tin only recently returned from port listed 47 visits 17 bouquets,
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; 'L Pttosnuia sock '

1cL 1// C ISO due Bay awumpkeantwringsyrup Cough Syr foritoi o'.r 19c k t

r, :{ Btric 'ActdSahti.il l 17 Mk

.; A soothing drawing onote M ktbf s syn..toes ,
I' .and ckc4 Skin.rwc ;d N .,,, ffl. mill trail..For the mineral resources Prom the phosphate beds of Florida ant

I Oxide Ointment 1dppad of the South'an oC almost lncred' the coal and iron deposits of Alabama u .

; ". able variety and abundance. Tills vast. the synthetic nitrogen plants of Virginia,
I. soahs.ndxb ,leak"akin, 'mineral.wealth constitutes' one of the the Seaboard Railway has shared la the '

country's greatest, aiaets. It la hewing \development the' South' snweraf ,..

!AmerIca ,to build a chemical industry ,source On the estabHshtd prjnctpk that

i o t/i which leads the world, with scores of the welfare of the railroad depends on ths .'

products ranging from"synthetic rubber ;prosperity of Its patrons,the $a..... Las .

to bromine ft'OIIlea water. ;worked for.many years for the econemk.eT .

} ,Donc he toot teottbls ltaer Zan .teat prosy ; tSe minerals! of'the South corvstkut .developfneAt of the territory it aervea.The .

toot btM ef n late Four lob, ..t Get aIM hetproducts *'a factor vital importance in the Seaboard wH pica and work, in the future,. '
ft \ Ice need to Mf peer oat ieUs.. oiwar.lntKe ears theMtew'. as In the past fof the fullest development
>ducomfon of seek eoaJnioes, waging to com .
:......*,wtH contribute in greater measure .'oC the 'Sousls'..,.vast,:mineral;resources.' '.

le-ON lime Cold. C to she billing of the inelusrlal S.'ut, .Seaboard: Railway, Norfe&,10t .Vlrehow
BUNION PADS-41 .21c .1' .

,Ae.Hie4 anew. .
Mill MM Odes ..

I. .0 :,CORN and CALLOUS' PADS. ,21 1,16 .. .' ; ,

varies stns sad"mum Spedo* peieelteu.alt .. : ..f,

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.. ( ; From Page One) *. Mr. Margin j.

t Kennedy Mr. H. J. Derbyshire, CUSHD wmm j.t <
? the cab ot the vehicle and drivenit I J
*. Mattl Becker.: Mrs Fritz
.;;....rrr.r.rrrr.r.wrrrarr..M.rrr.Cll1EATS, 30 feet away from th*.aircraft t

l'A1'S-nect 10-fcolnt where the fIre smoldered until jltltroeMlII.Mr ..., John Frederick RATO) First. Insertion tOe .. line; wbeeijuent InterUon f:
[ A. P. Carpenter Mr*. A. B.
AS through Wl good In- equipment could arrive on the ka Iln f'
(stamp Chapman, Mr*. W W. Hastings,

(1 finitely*. scene to .quell Conrad the flame. I I Alotuo Lewis. Mr. r... R. Tltdalt, ,

;PROCESSED G00DS...Blt1e 10- S-Sgt Echrote: crew I'A. H. Waldln, James Aeeundo, FOR EXCHANGE HOMEMADE FORD TRACTORS.
chief of the 2nd Stated after I
Ipoiut t tamps At through VS good OTU L. C. Aldrich: Mr*. John S. Beckler with double low gear Excel
the accident that had
he been
teb'. on I C. X. Neil, Edward Soling BOY SELL, tBADS-SmaQ lent for turn w grov*. Wolf \'
the the
top of ship holding
(;SUOAR-Stamps M, tl and S3jl nozzle. Hearing a sizzling noise dos I 1C. L. Hilton. J, J). Barnet and T Chevrolet car: Box 1014, HomeHead. Auto Wrecking Phase :MS-J

Book Four good Indefinitely Max Lamer.- (pj23) Homestead, IT*. (aSltf)
he noticed the flame and, immediately
five pound. -
took all precautionary measures j THE SWAP SHOP LOST "

\ Spar stamp 37 good for 10 to prevent possible -dam.,.. NOTICE or APPLICATION lOa ..*.I Buy* Sell* Anything

Ppounds of canning BUIlt through4Bnr' It was at this Instant that driver I! !. Cb.prrTAX...DIED--AM ft IMt RepalWttd m. hines, typewriter LOST-A Gasoline Ration nook \

f SO of this Trear. Smith pulled the huge truck away! rut A fM .<< $.'G ah regUter (mlltf) John De,,'". Naraaja, Fla. ri'
Stamp 40 good for S pounds of from the plane. NOTICE Ja HUCBT GIVEN .M t
FM Y*..... bids tf SUM *ad.CM >' (D13yPERSONAL
I .stnaing sugar through Feb. 28 off Several men who were at the: Tax Crrttfloita N" 1414 Issued tkt 1 ,J FOR BENT !

soloyear.. scene fought the flame :with'fir* day e* Jay a. B IM1. tat hied aces .
., .... wad . aavd .
y aqunalsa ofC'
f SHOES .Airplane.stamps Sand extinguishers until the base tire isd M to b*** ** :RENT Very dettrabl* du3f -

S good 1ndefb1teJf; department mixed to take over :..to oBkracai Ik* =.. JIF. with screened porch, Ltv'a FREE It Excest acid causes 701 ;

the situation. airlkai. view ta t*. Cttmr af PadL. ln pains Of Stomach Ulcer. IndUgestlonr
F GASOLTRZ-A.10-coiapors food ximllnlng room 1 bed-
sate .1. Florida; to*** Heartburn. BcloMng
Nl1o11gh' Aur. .. *<* *f WH tf KH af BE4t (Lou I 1 "ftWh, shower, electric ranje ,j
P. By) .SWttoa M, IMftMBI .., Saw rj florae Blotttnt.. dough, Oss palm
Mn. / Hlckaon
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J'UIL' .
: Olt.-Pi4..and3 SEEtf'NAMES tleew.: CM, imtatalM U* ,Amom i sot free, ,saunole Udga.; at
1/IIIJ'OIII/ remabI'pod. ,through hat, .. tk* OmMy of B 4 ,I -4 Brown' Pharmacy
*Pt.'. sale af-Florida.. o, ". 1 i t+..,..+ papa .1
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!'i- ', '. .. .:t : ju.it! **. RFC), Homestead; tad laid oonlfloM* ._( 1e MM.fca**. ufwUa rait**hut-water and *bo
v1 : : 'ZONINGJ\P.PIt9\\L- "Contributor to the.honor r afea&jluiing .- .--w ...aw..tn.bai.A., Jb1RIlF U fiorlds Clv. rw Good.usea furniture
led .. .- tV
tk -.e. Ie .Ia tad .p.wty
s. *._past week are: ..lb.d shovels.vol k. told to this altkojt SmlthGraI'UI'DtIure Co |
'7.(C4/alnutd 1'Y' ;npq' Orel Mr.and Mrs. Ben Archer Mr. and bidder at tile ooart house.dtor.*.. the mrttflf "' .

LABply to the'..t'OunbOnlnt boardA Mr*.' 8. t.'l>Dickinson. Preston>).' tint .Monday tato... month, af'Aotctt.. _

'pee m3i(w toserect I .a city Infiinerator Bird, Mrs W..X. ,w Jton. Mrs: tats 1944.-s40W, .Je.the nk..dsp'-.f'AeerN. TOMATO W4tt uura ..MACHINljcomplete. WANTED-RepIr work,-' steo

en. 10.few on .Redlandrd. Victor Johnson. Mr, Lucille Peterson .Pad this. Mtk day of-v.., ,144 W$ *0. WUllam*, building cement work, roofing d
south ,ot Mowry It. If the Ad Mrs Chapter No. 71, Clark B. B.of.EATKEHalAN Circuit Cunt. I Broa.' packing.,house, Home eta llth Hour Mission Bos U. .1

<,permit la granted the tract, willpurchased O. E.;' S4 L; A. Loper; George .H.NOTKB . .1ItIM Cotaiy ilerid4 x< tead. Can MVR-i. ,(pJ23) Homestead (dlOf) 1.
Oh-oik, Court ..
by the city for $1,. '
N. c. *mETT. B, .
rI" IMPUOTY DRESS PATTERNS I need grove with or without "
M OP APPLICATION FOR ': n. Si. Jyty t. ... 1144nr
..:'The council rejected request TAX DIED r t In the latest styles are DOW obtainable homes. S prospects waiting.

fftrem Dr. A. M.Logan, H. S. Da- CkWtW. File IT44TArtt A lots of Jill mi CIRCUIT COlIn or TIILKXINT : i' at the Swap Shop, Drop m* a postal or call i. K.

I,via and Mr*. T. C- Selfort for re- NOTICE IB KEBCBY GIVEN thai JUDICIAL riMTI'IT OP I _. JeM). Dora J246J. Miami' at my Site ,
ru>au>*. m AND
Otom 0. Womr .. pit 'ADI Reverse charges, i.r i.
iTlnbunement for material and taW'-eo.; :; ktldoi COUNTY," pense. ;
of Tae CvrUf Icato J**. NMXntAL ROCK tile floored, r
Ifctbor expenses. incurred In having 1144 bond the nth day of J.tr A. D. I. ChaaeerrNa beVUUully furnished, | bedroom -' iS.
JMpaJn mad .to.that stretch-of HIT. kit flM tan la ny, offlot. ud /4e55.D \
investment home 10 L Kendrick
has mad apalloBttoo.. fo. ,
tax dod
c to
IN. W Fourth St: fronting their kt ...... t tktroKC Bald. Certificate on.ta BILL 1'0 FORECLOSE TAE EALSCIRTIFIcATgs i 'f acre, I improved with Income ; '

Ikomea\..John, T. Martin was granted a btae.a tkt_Conty tM following of Dada,described BUM ol pro5ery........ crrr OP HoMnmtAD. a 1800"i l','f lime (rove. For Immediate tile, 3tbi N Or THE

; *r wttlUK .1Sb.Big* d Sireduced to SIS.OOO, H cash. ,
.5 building permit for the erect II to M; Block 81 Fulford ky list .tin Eleanor Froecher 15 S. ,
OI i ot a concrete block fish mar- ,.... AnMMOl Plat of SortioiiU, 1 Flagler Birth GerUrloaW mad .4h. #.*.,
r..... Plat seek ,e. Par. IS to atty.//111'11I CARDINAL" a wt..w. It... Homestead Ph. J15-J. J13-30) meat* BcaawwMgsd aad wit 1\ ,
,kit: on Lots 11 and 12 of McClslaJ Couoty of Dave, awe of Florida 110I..... .

Addition In the negro quarter. no a..mseat of .w 0 ""r Sir 's""dr I NOTICE LOP ,.. Tn'l' ALB HOUSE, S LotsClose7In ...... .
tile laid ttrtlflcat was ta tile sa.e all
Other permits authorized were: .Itedt Dr. 0*. 1C4Ittoo.- tW W rMtkwrlly > oat Cash or Term Box 1014, OM FcJUwsBMt.H. .
IB..J. $100 for : ..... hP at !|M Plul Des 01P'eraebaun Homestead
PBcetti repair to. 'Vale Mid 1 rtIf. abaft W >. teedeM kr tkticknft N..waN.Goof" .. (pJM W. 1st 81. BeBMstoae. Fla.ttOTITB '
Around .
| s building Tatura's Addition I. Securities to tkt annirit .
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dnerHwd tktrtta will be sold to tk* kick.aat = '11 eke bd.- Oft ib.Cl.rkl .
,Mean!,, $150 fer repairs to a.build, .Mddtr at tk* Court" lire door *ai at tile ST.vstb Jdbbl TWO YOUNG MILCH GOATS OP APPUTATMir
tile ftaM Noadar ta the meatof
August t
/Dr-lit Lincoln; Park;Henry LarJhins IIU,,..klck Is .Jbe,Ath./ at A_,'Oxntr ). tktt wtata Maw .. sold. one first time fresh. W B. My- Motltt ta bash ctan thai gram at J
,'$75 for repairs'to1' a 'build- I..... |I(,COM sending 1..01.0 MI* crrr or'HOMMTEAD rick: 624 S. Krome ave. (pje23)vfWlZ tavlt*. holder u atilcaM at City af i
j Ing In Lincoln Park: and. Nick Datof this Nth dav nf Jose. IMtt 1 a'' mgobtpy aaserIl.s.r MlemTu CtrtUltat Numbered HIM,
B IW. sate 01 nor!**, i'goasploM.rd, +'daM tkt Sr4 aar A. 0. IMS '
Itfistretta, $100 for erection of a Clark af Clrtolt Camt and BOTH CARDINAL a wIdow It .!., TRUCE IMT cadel: ku IM MM W':7. mt ',: }

j garage on'Lot 8, Block t, town of Dadt Ctmtj ......... s r* rf4Mitl. I. spatial Massur In 1J-B. with flat lumber -.j and tot Bad aoalfaalino far lot d.sd .. "
Homestead. Cbmlt C.srf Bml.Br CIoa.w lor the court ta ... engine A-l eendltlM. Nee4 haw llmtnc ta cottrdaatt wltli taw.
K c. iTemirrr: r>. oHM MIW, m* r w4 kr datas Oft tINt anti CnttfloaU tokraoil ax fothnrlac
(1 tl. K>. July f. 14. 1441 '--. .". for able and owat sale kiB. repair Ideal fee donrlk.d proptrly. tit a.tod ta Pad Gcw*
LEGAL 1VOTJCES .sit o ousery go Out blabbing and bat fan track *r east be made ....I!Ity, Florida, 4ot '
I NOTICE OP APPLICATION .FOR, bidder Oa s..Y at the tna. date Oft the. I II. 14 ft Let 14. .... M, Ion N. M ft .
TAX DEED I City Ban ta Naa9sSend. Pads. Olivetti trader fer greve and fan* .* ,'... tawmM* Out Lad .,.... l.a.. .. '
NOTICE APPLICATION I .Ck.r OP BOB. File A on' A. D. IH4, ..... tto ware tf tlrrtaalook of Florida _
TAX DEED i NOTICE II REIlEIY GIVEN that B.N. .' A. H.. and two ........, P, MH Price ft" The ew..meaat old jus lily .....
Canto* ITUTO-Ant of ISIS Mac. loyal make day Md She. eMAGRUDER PUMP SUPPLY
Dodson bolder.1.-t Caused seem c tho .w C.rattkar Mued we 1s w
VOTTOI PAxaEar GIVEN 'thatbsb.lh tax CtrtfflcaM .. do la tow the Iccal tout af aalt, ttofolow. COMPANY, Cecent Crave tome at U.k-- U.l.n amid trtIfIo
Ramaioad Adder of Stato and day of I.... A. B.. I.... ham filed tan I lae _bad. sees*ry. shwa Ia PaM new abed to ..-.. cn 4la. to law ,
ta. affta. ., cad kat *>od opplltation, '*" (a28tf)
,",'CtrtlMcaU x. 1101 band air c-.m-: tax died will too tkoroM o* the Iltkiy
.. for a tax dad to to bawd thoroMb **MConJflrato IS and 4* .. WAG of Jtly A. D ,....
tf Iwtf 11.1IaI flltd
doll tmkraoM the fallow' !** ....j JRIDOE: ADDITION uotrdlnc Ie.... 1JARE AND UNUSUAL tree an4 Dated this dtk dor o* J_ A. D. IM4
eis lay afflot, ham made 10011.tle.
far tax dead to k* bend tkn > ....... Subverts ta the Camp of Dade' Plat thereof iti te Plat Bonk I at I plant Landscaping and groveplanting. I. B. LIATHERMAM
Etato of Florida. beat paw 4T of tad Pokllt Rowrdi of PaM
CWrk of Ctaoatt Coui*
Sold Ctrtlfloatamkracol tot
Falford ky the tot.Boctkio Carob. Florida. ; Sunny Grove Nurse
< Lot It Block S* Dole Owe., Florida. k
M dowrlWd proptrty ta tkt'Cooaty B. subdivision, Plat Book ..' La. M and II ., BKVTLLA: AtDITION erles .
Dadt, But of Florida. ...."'tI a palm Ave4 S mile west far. Court Soml)
Pat ST. li the Couaty of bade Btaw of. aenordlKf to tto plat Simi Msaid Si L. M JOHNSON D. O,
tat T. Block II WtoMM Ptrk c Sub.. { Phone MJ-W
I ,Florida City ,
ta of the
via Bonk II at page 4 i
Florida.IK ,
tot co..a. Btatt of riorUa.
I .,. tinder no a.aa.mwt .t sold pr.t+nrtp.sder IP kilt Bacoaa of Dadt Cocaly = j (.28t1)
T7e all PI ml of aald Property
tad II ta Bleak 4 of
Loa II
Mid smiths was I. the COM oil NOTICE OP APPLITATIOr1FOR |
amid tortlftaito tot tf>
la MUM
Jabs Free st TofftV AUf ADDITION. aMtrdlliD to the Blot "' TAX MID
h. Vlw.attl.0. .h.Ii. .. >kol said otrtlfflcMt '*kan to .n.dtrmcd ., Iktnof rowrdol ta Plat. Bonk tat post NOTSTB OP APfllCATION, STMIHOTTCR
.at. ctrtMeat s > blending to law. the otvreay d4.sertb.d CT of the Public BMOrdt ., Dade Corny FOB TAlaitSOPB isF HKKEsr: CIVKM tMBRMEST +
...... low. tad. _
...-.taa.dlox.....taIII W pfd I* tk* ...... tkNl will to told to tk* ...... Florida, 17144 M LANIER: koMMP a anln A
the Cent HOUM door oaI : Lute I'a.d'A't IROxtC: AVENUE "..... la OanttloM
at \heo Mt111- door ao ....1 lOt kiddtr at hereby Wine Hwt Aaaa t.Maltkvw 01 City "f Miami Ta> KMK
.. t. tad web ,Oft Aycvt ** liNt Moaday' the tanotk of Aon KIM4. ADDITION, aoMrdliis to The Plot ttoronfo .' koldw at *.*l li*> af City of Mead ttlTI and Bills. sad the ta4
E- ,1. Ik* Ttk .car.*C Aucvl. vkM H tad TU day of A...... a>-.. ta Plat Book S at aac* 174 of Mlawl Tea Ctrtlftajto Me ..... lit day af J..*. A. D. IMS, ban IM aaawta '
1944.- Hit PaMte Rtcordt lea pads Conaty. Fka dared tot Stk day af lam, A. D Isle, ban .r ttriM. .... ham made lotlloaltoafo
JaW tkk W* hap of J "X 144, 1 Stet' ibis Roth d>. *f /..., iWtV MLaae'ltt J Winaeonrdlac fined a>M Ontlfkato ta ny offloa, adkat U> dad U kM tb.rns ta mnl
I:. B. LtATHEBHAM. B. ,D. tBATREKllAN ..d k: Bkek i Bad antUoMloa. he Us deed to sew with .... hot Ctrtifbaba taiktw ; .
('\oorlr at Clrnlt. Cwrt.Dadt . .Clots of Clnatt Coort. MANOR to the PIM head hew I* ....._ whk. law.Onlfbato tk* following. Vairlk. 0 4 tiujiiU. ....aMbi
Coast, Ftarida. Pads Bounty. Florida. I ICI1t .td" ta Hal Back IS a. a*** II II said saran, the fotbwtaflkid Dade eo..... .-.. grebe

.aesR Court'ar) ( Ca..tll' ; b. ,i glee Ptall Ronnie of,Dada Cocoty Pit.- ..... -y llMatad !. Dade Cow N Lot S-IS, ink. II, ta.r.aitIMat S y
at N, C. IlTEIIRETT.'D. C.J. BtRO, wfjulr c: 04. t Ptorkta, to-wHl HLa Co. Sub, Plal Bonk I, Pan : :
; 1944) a..* M T. I.. IM4 T.1 cad I tf H. A. CAktEltOMpOrnON Lot 47 Violinists Dade,
( II. N July T. U. [ Stall iA>M Ink.4l 41. ta tad CUT at Mlaiai o< 'f.Oft
atnirdlnc4 to .ties plat tkm- .Mo*, Plat Book II. Pin ... ta tk* uu of rtwUa. a* *aiknM4 t.,
J of r= : Plot:--'Da1. at gone Vlor- iltyaf ...... Coanty *. ale, sate ..frtM ..t* K.. MI1S. The tHaimmt W taM .
n tad oordl County, aiumlf ...r the Saw OnlMaiW klH I
idea ---, Oft talc ..... tkt ems W Unkaxm.C .
Marlori.. aioynty WM
t. H. b ..* ..
Lea t. : CwtlfI.ate bared *>al ta tad 14 .tt. Ltal*. Blk. **. Lawe Js't
RURST; ADDITION aomrdlnt to tha ahlIknogf .MM of'Vakaowa. Oako laid CWUfU **Mt -......- Lead C*. Bab, fut Bnakt .},
loMtdid ta Plat Book I M
aac otto akafl to titiiciil totardlac to law. Pact 4*. !. tkt dt *f III'1". 4
III of the.Pakllt. awards af .Dad. Cow"iott4l g W4 wU toot ttonoa oa *d. IStafahr. of Dad, state et rbrUa w OTaknaf1la 1i

. and
ROMUTKAD. aomdlaato tied, outthereof . ), 4tk day ,of J.a., A. D at a>U ar>a
A j -.a iw 1'Mt ...... .. to" \. .! I. -. UATHEMMAN} i tat km gold ml Ontffet ta the fume*> .at....Um.t.a.UalMl .. a* w.

i ;;.:f u.tto. ands of Dad|,Ctoaty 1 IottIOftC_' Cowi. Wan< tttavMtv ta:law' ta< dad win I
": IS. > ..fBAR51a CwW. P1a.5 a,' lara tk>imi ..a uw IHk *>r d Juljr, ;
I Lea I*.'II. 14 cad o* t
.' (O'I i 1\,0..1
I ADDITION CMordln to CIJORNWN. Lt 0. based tkal 4 Plat Book I at
roior.oJ k
.. plat papa tortof M of tad Paklll .... ..fM. PaM. (Jaa.9yae. U. 55. lair f. 1544) II :. B, .UATBCBMAIf.Cltrt tRw.a Gem.\
Afire "ALL.OUD'7s eo.a. >
bat Cam PWMt.
; .... ,1t Sued .' BUrk <* a01A4 WANT ADS PAS Ctart *
MMttfflW M Ik. plat ADDITION
'AID. . -' i Sleeping PALM '--.I ta Plat B..* t M aanM I Bt u M. joitxsox, A a ,

HW UBO'ZI of tot PiaUlt Blllltl.*( Diego Cam*. ---
taost7eAi cetwctdi.
2 w. ELl prs.etpdw boom"r Lot A. sleek I* ot' TATW* KIDO

.......... ,.. ass ....... iris thereof BALK ADDITION rorordrd ta await Plat Book ow to 4 Sao ot oat Plat* WANTED

tiiR Mot ... PotUi Bomb of IIaIo -touI7,

I TAM Wed hail of tto. EH toW et At. P

gglasses tedibese f a.erter at the Northeast
Maurine ..eermas It. t..w.ky. 11 SeagaRam. 1 PE SIAN LIl\IES -- ANY 1 JAT1T'We
o'r/your FIRST: .. It .... _........ 10 ..... own ,

\betL:--.ati'.intemi so _14.00 .< \ Pay 'Highest, Pi'ites

LINE f DEFENSE ntktt with all tile ttMMMiu. fc..Wk*. : ,
must rile a taittaa_ Hxramtto
I..deg..M. aw ok avi'lal ss, k*.
kut saw .. talktft taU aton. PETER PAN ASSOCIATE GROWERS
.' Dataf ..k Slide *aj *f '_ A. D- .

*40 1544., ... y'o>.:.. Co a. '. 'r. tl tiK"mUN'Fh.'. .. .. \..J.> ,....'..1".7'..... .,....";. "... .lei. I'
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,"" e' Bf.tl nOMF..sTEAD'LEADER .AND'ENTERPRISLJune_ 28, 194

i tlh1ltnlUUUIUlH f blf iiiflltl :'cannot be punch****. It must DR. DAVIES I Temp, wa,aaioclated,, with,, tMbaet ,
1 eoaM o a planned and orderly rtoiogkal department of tW
:aratem: af tn enterprise. and ls.fuatfv. (Continued >From. loge. One) I,Vanderbilt Unlvtrtlty' Hospital
20' Years io'tt part'of Itto* and oay of "ptmnany and Itane*.'.Dr: She is'a descendant of (ice author.
i I Afi big builnea, and underetandmt Davies has had worm yublWtedon Ckarlea Dickens, and her maternalgrandfather L
on th*part of government and Its that subject since coming to,([ was Qustaaf Deneweh bane Pass
( branches This la a team that will aide and (wordsmanahlp Jn- Vra681
p11I IIEllflllllllllitpffltlflfftlfllfllffIderw4wo(
\ make'for profrca the Voted. State lie hold aj structor to Kaiser Wllhelm. If leer lss4 hi
:. * *f>'">" : nndtpandane b enjoyedby BJ>. degree from VanderUH Unlveralty .
: 1 .. r.... ... 1. .,...e m n Dr. and Mrs, Davie have Iwp
; ) "... tiM. Ik* (... political subdivisions whose a M.-'d...* fm& Ogle- ,daughters alaa.r ar-oid Katherine -
e is d a. SON". public affidala are _tabl, to thorp University where he served Clan, and 2OI
i oth-oJeS Cornelia
.. ./ .... This seethed < V4
I I oft the & 6WVPb% > the people can eon- I* assistant Instructor In philosophy Aon.
: M id Mir. It. Ina. tribute much to orderly readjust and maiter and doctor I -
: Tint band report bout IhtDemocratic ment. If each subdivision win dl*. degrees from Temple UniversityThree I
l National Convention charge Ita obligatlons.one to the I year ago, t* benefit the '
t i will be sent to the Leader . by other, an working together unselfishly > health of bit elder daughter,
t Ml** Ruby Leach I member at the for a craiV* nation, Katherine Ellen Dr. bevies obtained SKATING RINK
leader staff Miss Leach left state, and county We will thereby : a transfer to the Florida
r yesterday for New York City to be adopting a policy, an&1IrO'riM 'conference from camden, ,N. J,
( I: I. cove* convention for three which win b* acceptable to where h* was paitor A memberof Afternoon 3:30 to 5.................,...........................<35c
Florida nlpaperlole Miami those who ire fighting M(.reserve the National Religious, Education ; Night, 7:30 to &?.,,._._.....,.................................._.45c
t r t Tribune, the Sanford Herald" and a way of. life that ,we areleft Society, Dr. Davies taught Night 9 to 10:30..........:........:.-.*.........:.................35c
) tb* Homestead Leader . to ,guard and ke"p .Ip taot that subject in the Pennlngton I
I -A fishing party left wed.,..- The privilege we enjtr her School for Boy In Trenton IndIa Rental of Skates Included)
: day for Bear Bay, near Okeecho- today and tomorrow we hop* will the *,pan (N. J.) School, ,5unday,8to&Ad9to11
tIN, to stay until Thursday night be reflected in sober thotigKWf and published work on religious
i Those In the party were: Claud* deliberation. 01 a nature that will education. N. flatter Ave Opposite DSO I
Campbell, J Campbell A 3 be a credit to the stat .r> >.it* Mm' Davfe. the former Miss
} .Drew: S. A. KUng J. T. Vann. many political euidlrlalonsTU Mildred Dickens! of ,Niwhville

,,'. Wm. McConnell and Bee McOar- PJr.'r"' ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ..,,,,,,_,, "'"'''' _" '" ,,' "" -, .. ,,,, ...,, ",'"'' ..., ,- ,,,,.,.,,,...., ,, ,,.. ,,,,, ."""" """ ."" "",,'" "", .
rah." .
:1 ,
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: r fWlth a full Hat of prhca to \
till credit John Tower the H meatead -
Leader "devil" returned
I Saturday from a.-I.. days I

I cruise: to Long Key In company of Sale
with Richard ruche of Homestead .Notice :
f' and other Boy Scouts and scout : .
t .matter from Dad County and a
1 few from Key West and Jackson '

I ville."B..E.. .*Archer who I left for : of: Foreclosed Lots ';

; Philadelphia-weeks agoreturned and Bethlehem>last, 'Friday Patwo , : i a, .

with. Mr. Amber and the
r baby, Benjamin Later Its, Junior x
editor was born In Philadelphia .

on May t," The City of Homestead has foreclosed the lots hereinafter
{ '-Mrt. W: K. Walton and child, on,

rn and and baby Mrt.will Chaa.leave Tuchf, .Jr"l, described and the same will be sold at public auction at the front door

July. 'Mr 1, for J,,Henderaonyilfe s. MoCxdleuoli. . of the City Hall on JULY 3, 1944 between the hours of ll'M A. M..and .

home Wood la Saturcbl'an.rn Radland In honor- at of her the ,2:00: P.M. The sale will be to the highest bidder for, cash, and the, .
her daughter,
tenth birthday of
>1 Clara. .* master's deed will be delivered to the purchaser. ',, '


i '(Continued from Page ODd The lots to ,be sold are as follows, to-wit: .

J peace, we should be prepared to .1' ," . .'. .
,, .
be a part that of will a mean rehabilitation much to program the Lots 34, 35, 37,. 38 and 40 of WALB RIDGE ADDITION.. .:, . ,

; future We should be preparedto I; ". .

. we help may the not orderly be subjected protest to chaos that : Lots 38 and 39 of SEVILLA ADDJTION. "" .

. where possible are constructive disregarded aecomplishmenta for- Lotti15 and 16, Block I 4 of ROYAL PAtH ADDITION.Loo ....- < I .

emerfeney measure that will : .. '

leave"The no several lasting counties benefltf of the I o $ and 4 of KROME AVENUE. ADDITION, 'Ii. ,

(tat*, and the state itself must """""' '" '
awaken to their' respective r*.. Lots$ and 20, Block 6 of FISKE MANOR. -
{ ipoMlbUltiec, and determine BOW -

; th what* other that and responsibility be prepared la to one die-to ."' 'Leis ?M and tf JL A, CAMERON,: ADDITION.,.. .

eharge It., \ "
:Oia"|practlt would like of now blending that w the. decry fda Lots.1,2, 3 and;4, Meek ;1 of PINEHURST ADDITION.ri.

f w oral treasury debt M the whose face at reductionwe an unprecedented Lots:t5' and 6,.'Bfeek 10 of TOWN. HOMESTEAD...... ..tLets'12,13,14 ..

ahould be thinking at and .ag

la display! matters of foreign Initiative.. en the our aeeepUd part : aM 15,. x'2 of BARBER :ADDITION. '

,public federal health benefit and, tuch matter at road of !a. Lets 13 and 14; Block 3 of ROYAL PALM:ADDITION .
related nature, can. aeeompUsh .
this. : Le1'A; ,, Bkck 1% .of TATUM'S 'RIDCEDALE 7.V WTION. .<
j 1 am of the firm. belief th.
Gar I* fait I pI'Oadtlqheft 'Tweet half of the eftstlmff..of:the' tflWfft : r' f '1' :
,r )reantaUv a ta our national tHr tymrt. .t .,
> a
ti wed concreaa by are how not much going_federal to be i ,K, tfw' { "j""mrtakwrt"'11 patter .f Section' :12, .TwnMji;: 57 9t. !fund
t.ho1l1f'ou1M Into theirIrarpertlve
districts, fare n .t*;the- 38 East,. cont&ining'te0 'am .MMfe IK '.less. ..: '\ 'i+*". ,; 1 '
'benefit above ,.. :
accented mentoB 'i)1: .. : >.
) * ,
have you' don and what are you ; =Purchasers to i tie I
are urged ve84 e the e f afesve late .V'and
., .*Was to.do to reduce the federal ,. ., ;*:
debt. ?" saIL ;: .::1 : ,:: ";. T ::1'
.yo'. A .Mabtepostwar economy I B pf6Mit at the .' ': !
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hill-MAN CONVE.Ono.t.,1OpWDER DATED te 21M. day of June JN4.

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