Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00653
 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 30, 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: VID00653
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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. $ Purchase Here Sends .

: : Bond Sales Over Top 50 ;p. c.

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., ;1 Work: .on Freezing Plant : $224ooo; QUOTA EXCEEDED, l

Seen Under Wau July 15 ,AS TOTAL NEARS X350,000NITll


,. Quick Construction Freesing cltb Plant_ South should Dad beunder J$1100Doited, 500 Names Submitted EIGHT DAYS': TO GO

way by July 16, reports For $1200 Marker in P. .0. TriangleMembers Purchase of, $100,09 worth. ot
OeO. N. Wakefield who has subfaitted' Cars Should Have Tax "
war bonds by prominent 1oIaleCIIUrucUOII.
his application for priorities of the Redland Dltrici *-' mately .BOO ,name.sent In. The' Striker by' Tomorrow firm this week sent
to the War Production'Board bonds' roll committee are, honor roll,wOI' be'erected jrt the
la Atlanta trim whom hi expects" meeting at 1 o'clock': tonight in triangle<.opposite' the Homestead A ilt suckers tor the $1 First "NtUonal Bank ot Homestead -
Homestead city hall to make post office. '. l d ral .vehicle motor tax should sale M per cent over its
a favorable'reply"wlthfti the Tnext be <* can by July I, but will be
for ordering the $1200 $ tJI.1 At the bead of the honor roll |214,000 quota when at noon :ye- ,
ten days. a % offered for salt "t the Homestead
marker for which than '
more .
J. Norman tan 40,no sale
committee are: t. gen- attic day $> were reported
post until July II
Two an-
hundred drawer bu keen donated and
and cabSnet : oral chairman T. L Kirby, treasurer Bounces postmaster 8. B UvngiUn.iV | tare the Fifth War Loa
locker have been rented, InMM : Kit Carson secretary-and; The stickers have been on drive which will end July IUp 'r
**4 Jew of A. & Smith. The ,Usance committee -
only the poor BASE RIOT-SQUAD ale since June 10. until noon June J2. .tr*
convenient: drawer :1* composed'.of. MaxLos- !"
type )left
are Mr, chairman. Dr, Ceo, D. Ruehlt. bank's Ml** since June 12 totaled
I II At MJya present be plans to. lntl] QUELLS MUTINYAT Preston B. Bird Mrs, Herbert SAFETY $11,979. IMS figure was almost t'
locker to as to leave Kits and Mrs. J, F Hammett On WATER. equalled' by 'this weeks sale at i
bulk Storage room for store and the building committee are C J. "
I ,restaurant us. A qjjlck-freeting GOULDS) CAMP Parman, ,chairman, and HenryIt $16675

roam lot fteh will' be Installed to ,. .' .U .. '. .r. .tP. t "" ,.,: ;w.. f, OTS&ujyELATCITY'POW Homestead pod office sale forth 1
! store the cateffof 'tub.ermen. catnpaTgiT total
commercial $ ,025.
equt SS-min riot I requested the committee
I A fully per by .
I II squad troiiv Homestead Field was that additional names for the honbr Bank sales Include "as K, .
I The plant win serve a* a mid iped to .the Goulds mobile labor roll be sent in and ,that any $...075; Series F, $78 Ssriea OlS.aoO. .
! dleman and will purchase tor amp Tve-sday morning'to quell atareup necessary .changes or comction One-and-one-half-bour' lessons $ ; Series C,. $4,000; t ptr
locker holders live stock tot among ,the 1400 Jamal- 6* submitted immediately to that: In water safety and life saving tare cent !bonds, $7WOC; 1H per cent
butdler- II. and fruit and vege. aa camp members when one of the order may be'made for nameplate being conducted at t o'clock An bonds, $181000.
tablet: "The housewtf tin Jurt -Th* firm that mad the 100.000
heir number was shot In the right Tuesday;, Wednesday Thursday
beans telephone ua. 'Add a hamper of leg by a military policeman whom Those who have donated to the lanai ryidsy mornings of each weekat purchase requested that Its worm
to my locket, and we will the man bad attacked with rock honor roll fund during the past the' Homestead pool !by Min' be withheld from. publication.
take cart ot it," Mr Wakefield' County officers and other military week areC. L HUson. J. D. Mary Catherine Suber who recently
Mid. police were dispatched also to the Barnes. Msx Loaner, C r. Howard completed! Red Cross JIluvctor' \- Vacation Bible School
Processing charges will include camp to handle any situation Mrs Mary Louise Vrana course In Winter Haven. Doses With Picnic Today
the services of blanching";'pack.In .,. which mljbt come up, Jbut. no further Henry Rufetsen, Mrs. M Jeffery Approximately hundred
and fretting products and i trouble occurred A W. tlndgren B. L. Left E M. persons are taking the course Certificate* will ''be presented
kitchen will be installed for the Infuriated to violence because Vrana. Casper Williams Martha which .is us vt parsons trtshtog to prepare the"military policemen bad ,re- A. Nelll William, Berg. J. Clifford and senior classes, reports the rtrlst Baptist Church or
their own product (or JVeetJng I rented hit crashing the chow line I Boyett, Mr and Mrs. C. H. Law- Pool Manager Art McKee : Homestead at 11:JO' a. m. toast
Mr. Wakefield will leave early the Jamaican, Howard Hints, 28, i tenet "lId.14. Lou .Lawrence. Due io the construction of two and a picnic for the entire Sunday
next week to Inspect similar locker :- Area shot In self-defense, by- the Mrs. J. D. Wywng, Walter Tal- pooh at Homestead Field, th*.city < school: win be held In the oily
,. plants la other parts of the state soldier who then held back the bott W, J. Cautler and Mrs. Verne pool Is patronized DOW largely by park at I o'clock this afternoon
and to study: their. method* 'el others by: firing over their beads CreerHonor'. civilians, he said. The pool hasrecentlyb announces the net. L. B. Grant

Operation' ,. .. Thu negrowas: treated for the sutrCe'al -1 I .. roll,names ubmitt4 K, n painted and is J ford.
bullet wound at tM Bade : {CcDtJjju 4 Page Four) cleaned. thoroughly. ... each Monday From (5 to 7$ pupil have bieo
Local bounty: Hospital, and then re> ---- receiving ttlstructlon In Blbln r
PatterCharch >'0 1 eased. stories and tn handicraft at the
in South ,MiamiA Th* negroes are said to have Mayer\ Issues Safety Proclamation I school *hlch will hold IU final h

>een, dicsstisfied because most of session this AMrning. Mr. CranUi.
organized Presbyterian in South church Miami la.being them had spent their $9 expense In Drive Against July 4 Accidents ford directed till 'school with tile
by the sllotment'and became they had assistance of th* following department
Rev, '
Homestead Bruce A. dimming, pastor of Dot been moved into farming areas In co-operation with thc statewide Homestead urge 'that everyone superintendent: Mr. .
'Presbyterian. Church. 1t here 1 they: could begin earning drive U tower 'the annual practice safety; and common sense Crantford, intermediate;' Mr*.
Th* first service wffl.be held money to send horn, There: was accident toll. 'over the,:Fourth *f, during the holiday period. Chat, O. Robertson Junior; Mrs.J .
Woman'Sundcjr evening in the Coco;plum' complaint sLdthat private: merchant July, .Mayo/.'J. 'Harris has /s- T. 1> HARRIS. ft. Dorey, primary 'and Mrs.
Club building when the, near the tamp1 had sroailyvercharged Mayor. Howard Johnsoaj beginner
... aued'I.* following! proclamationWHXWLAS 11
Daniel Ivenoa the
of ,Sben- some"of the Jamaicans ;

t, Miami andoah will Presbyterian bring the i message'Church. to I American who.money are unfamilia with .I holiday. i* a ,tour-day' the 4th: period" of July this ; O.T.U. Cast'of 15 Presents Floor Show I

year, beginning Saturday; ,\ July 1, At Installation :Rotary Ann Night
Liens Officers Installed T 1t $dav : tad :eliding,Wednesday; July B, m\ ,. .

I A|> address ofl the future of..-the gin of the sub, to Mr, Blackburn. e
By Past PreeifeRt Harley R.. ---- Council is cooperating with law president of the Hollywood Bo- An Incident marring the clot
,A,history of, the Redlan-J .Itrtct i1 man, 'Jr, are 'holdover jtrtctors.I nforcemeat Agencies-vie: dab, tary: Club, and a 'prevue of musical of the -evtaing WM tM injury- to
,Uoas;dub and aa cxpodttdh -11 A turkey dinner wad' served at th* press, and other la,trying to number and skits fre* > a ono '*f OM O.TU. .r isrt9iars, i'
of the duties of jt* officer the meeting which also was ladies make this 4th of.July. holiday:. a scheduled OTU. show ilt.Homestead ' Pvt. Jack Hacksthorn who ws. ",
I .tight safe eveWand Field featured >* Rotary| (Continued on rose four)I
wtr I
given by the Rev Harley R Ana Meting of the Homestead I

,Core, past president.of the organization Staler Breaks Left lc WHERXA&: : the :writers' of the Rotary Club Wednesday night Truck Gas ApaKcMta
when he Installed the In FaD from Light Pole Constitution mteaded that the 4th which Ben Archer was l atj
new officers Tuesday evening of July should be celebrated as t a* president, t''W of New Ralw

Tsar Dew leaders of the club W. C, (Bin) Shnler. oemaa.atth day'tif proper and1,/evenc:e and After Dr. h7,'. talk, which Jo). An applicant for'truck gas musl"
siis:' A>ha R. Graves, president, I city Bilk$ ptent,U In Jduoalaemoriaa not a day of accident and fatalities lowed the entertainment numbers bring' to the rationing board his
'.JT. W.,fcgjish, first vite-imHawl; Bs pilaf la Miami with as in She past'and. Bernard Blackburn, retiring presMeat I'ODT, certlflcat and his 1M4 II-
Lbaoid Ie *esdaU. seceod'a..... i. brohtn. left\lag received fag a ,. gave a short summary of COM-number A R. Meybna .fUM
,* new
*ar* entagedjk
,f tMntt, C S&W 64 Ml IIC p. = local War Price and Ratio**
worst bteealy wj, and *
,* it; Chaa. U Oaata*.... NOW M lilt wee .M1a dose-we.tie Board s aoune I*. '
I SJMrMary' T."I. KM., -...... ; : .s*. at TSSJBSSK rd. Said beside MM trtA jar* :arXn tor on the commit* and members fo time I ""H* must also sem.age U lave,
to' iwfek
r *. V. OMM, MOB tamer; E. H.Ctallaher moo. lit, soda '" nation' ............. then peesen and .... Urn ea.u 1i to write his .....:
, tail twister; and T. I '.. '1huJet received --.. JKMi 'tilt .
It | Via new rakfnC ,number on *seb sapid, u 1W Irtssjsjintf ,
Vtrdig. and R. A BarfteU. ::..... tssaihiissit at James. Archer. Bss.* ,NOW. :.7MkSTORL I T J sees Psrmaa a past pressMst, to do dill writing befcnI -'
: ...." 'A,. Caig l *....:,... '. "':-<.-'-':' '. , .'1", 'axwlQr. of 'the ls'CW:'of. : . \ Ube' srrsAw $5'>w4ises "Id.,

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,.. .. .i Edw. A. Graham Dies tat took place" "la" 'PalmCemeteryLs'ftadanlly . aliniat t. 9..Gr : tilaes; :'

After Lengthy IIlncis to Officce
: OUR Mm IN SERVICE .1' I Mr* McGregor died Jim H to Cranlford

: Edward-A. Graham, 69, for SOyears Dad*' County- Hospital alter .along Th Rev. C B CranUnrdC; pea:

a resident rot this area, died, Ulneas, Sh*> was bore laUv tor o* ,th* First ;Baptist Churcn,

Friday in-'Dad County Hospital, Oak and had mad her home ot Homestead, wa elected vice-,*
in Perrin for the past II year president of QM Miami Baptist
after a lengthy Olneas. Burial
3 Aviation Cadets Get EXTEKS ARMORED SCHOOLPert I Survivors Includetwo daugh. Ministers' Conference 1tu ,
June 2!V took place Sunday afternoon In
Knox, Ky. -
Sharpshooters MedaU Woodlawn Cemetery in Miami !Ism Mn. Summer D. Rogers and meeting Monday evening la CeoVJtral
(Special Intent mastering
upon 'Mrs. W. L Hall both of Miami; Baptist Church In Miami.
the Turner
under the direction of
\ Maxwell Field Ala. Jane 2S, tile mysteries -of operating a radio Home. Service were 'I four tons, W. Roland and Robert Six new member* weN receltoed
I -Aviation Cadet Ralph H. Don, act from rumbling rolling Funeral Palma R. of Perrine. Mayo ... of Miami Into the local church Sunday ,
: Jr. William C McMichael. and tanks and half-tracks a new eWe at the graveside by One Crantford '
and James P. of Palm Beach; looming by Mr ; Sgt.
and A.
Allis I:. McMuDlan Jr. aD of of enlisted. men had reported today 'Vista Lodge No. 205.which Mr. sister, Mr*. Robert t Glass of and Mrs. Wnx H. Rider -Mrs.Valine .
; Homestead, ru. wen recently to the Armored School Com- M., of Naranja. of I Jacksonville! and two brothers Sherard Mrs. Flora..
been member.A
Graham Bad I
warded sharpshooters medal munlcaUon Department I retired steamship captain.Mr. i Chat. Daisies of Live Oak and Cunnuigham Fred"'Bbodes, Billy p
for proficiency in firing the AS Among the soldier student wertCpt :Summer Baladea of Seattle Forte and Theodore Orfanedea.
Graham lived for jean on
:. otlier automatic pistol it Maxwell St. Elmo Young ton of Mr.
N. Krome.ft. After the death
'I Held an Installation of tile nd Mrs. L. A. Young of 23 N. W. h. ,
of his wife several year .0
f AAF training command Seventh st. Homestead, Ha. made \it home with a _-Ja..
Her they art completing sine The] school trajnt annually thousands .
law and''daughter, Mr. and. Mr*
weeks of officer and enlisted tech- '
of Intensive
military'physilcal -
( >> t B. Jeffrey.;:
; ', I and academic training- a powerful klana;follthe armored, aaUon'i division mobile and, Othersurvivor are a dauch-

j ter, Mrs Mary Prideaux of Mlami. "
;' Barbara 'Done Reports" separate, ,taDku.u. .-, and v'or brother, Fred tUbnv )

To Charleston Narj leer of New. .
: Yard t Friend/ rcogniid.pho.. I
', uxraph" of Chat. J. lay of, 110 '
Charleston, S. C Jun ItiJ Dies :
L. Norman Henry
. I N.W. Push *U Homestead which
Wave ,
seaman second:cUas. Bar-
. ; ban L. Done daughter .of Mr. appeared recently In a Miami paper After Six Year fflness 5r
, with all other residentsofthe -
r and Mrs. Ralph H. Don*; of Miami area now stationed into t. Norman Henry. M, died yea> -
; Homestead, Fla. recently reported Mem-
In Jackson
1 Southwest Pacific with th*
: tat duty at .the supply department -
orial Hospital after a sift-y**,
.photo. ,
k Seabees. The group'wee
t la, the Charleston
I Ulnes
before- reading
} graphed sign :
,. '' ,.nt. -Miami. Florida, city. limits, Cth In an effort to benefit his health
) ..Wavj Done I* graduate of
., a Special .USN c:. B. Southwest Mr. and Mrs. Henry made their
; 4 Homestead High School and In Phoenix. Arts for several -
Mr. a boatawala'tmat
Pacific. Fay if
ii, : Homestead Business College. PrIor first class. year. 1ey came bad to
t 1, to enlisting In the navy at Miami . Florida last year and were livingIn
, '. in March; 1M4 she was employed Miami at the time of bid death
CM. and ln. With., Morton
; .* a bookkeeper at Homestead Mr, Henry who cam originally -
t' of Santa Ana CaL. *? -
Army Air Field She received from Pittsburgh leave bit J\\
: her naval at Hunter tag the birth on JunM, of a
framing -
Wllla Bell
former Miss
, I College la New York City. seven and one-half pound, daugh. Homestead who win 13IG
Bowen of Iii \
ter. CpL Morton la the m-at Abut :
t \ Her brother Ralph K Done accompany the body to Pittsburgh 8ARR1L.1
Mrs. W. C. Morton of
; r Jr. Is an army aviation cadet. Mr. and for funeral services and
\ . Homestead and a veteran of army $
service ta the Pacific. Mr*. Morton burial. Mr. Henry Is survived mi* scraping bottom/
f CpL Win. T. (BiD) McConnen aIms alto by a brother Duke Henry, of '.
it the former
( Jr. AAF sheet metal worker, ha Pittsburgh
of St. Petenb
been sent overseas, according to . k .M.IWimberley Sine the National Defeat la 1940.the Bell
; began
, :\ program
i word received this week by his w. Infant Girl t
pfe. Oliver Cash USMfc, an have increased 4th ai1I1oa.
Sjttcm telephones ia service: over
I. : parent CpL McConnell went Into
active duty In Abe Pacific/ Abeatr*. Buried in Coushatta La.
', service In February of IMS. and ; Bot there'no more new equipment oow.Th Army tad
Pfc. Cub was cant overseas three
e received his training at Miami month after going Into the ma.rln 1'1mera1'rlteI were held la Cou- Navy Mrs ins can oa that. 11aa(. why w*can't m C t'iI- ,
r Beach Los Angeles and TVson La. for Mary Jean Wimberley .. '.him 1
corps. ? &: ihatta lea. order at Cut H *
\s t.t barracks y-j |j% Infant daughter ot M-Sft A*w.scrap the bottom of rh*barrel w'r trying hard
I John! Kuiin Mrs. John L, Wlmberlejr,
P. ,jnreman second and
f there wend 80 bort'aU of whom clew USN. ha.been transferred who died June 22'In James Ai% to crake what we ban do tile best potsibl job by.1*. 1

: "When had name beginning with "Me.* to Norfolk.-*;. from the Jacksonville cher Smith Hospital arc....... ........a..sh so meSa resse Off owe 16000a" !
anybody shouted "Mac!, month and
Naval 'Air Station Mr*. Mary Jean was one OMAN& f
, everybody answered" he saM, M day of at the time of her .....
Kuhn and Baby David Wayne tie
and It bee ..... .* air.tnaal. fMflMe* and pangs fI
t wa plenty contusingle death. Turner Funeral Home had ,
. I win continue to make their horn swag so _F

'' ; Pvt Ormood (Shorty) Cash, la In employed Jacksonville ta where the Ura.''Shipyard Kuhn charge of arrangement ...aa.....a 1..altln.r+aw.............Ie dl..l..t .f
. who hat completed half of his Seaman Kuhn I* the elder son of Services Htld .
t r r IT week of baste training''at.. McGregor Nobody like to stand ia line. But lif different when

+ I Camp Croft, S. C, recently mad' Mr .L. P. Kendrick at Nantated. Sunday in Turner Chapel ID* line form behind our Cfhtiag men.You cooperationis 'r

! tile highest record la his,platoon I ", ..., Funeral services for Mrs. Lull appreciated.

t I oa the rifle range when h* scored Wave Hazel O. Brown1 hat B. McGregor. M, of Perruv, 0
.. 1(9 of a possible J20. Pvt. Cash Is been spending i six-day furlough were conducted by the Rev. The '
t t' man la his platoon and her at UK home of .Jwr.toother, R. Adams of the' saver Palm ,
.. ( give Instruction la taking apart:. Mrs. MarIe Cldlof. Hn,'Brown it charge at '340 p. m. Sunday In sassaaaaataa :
t ; and handling the. rifle. Became now stationed la SCLAugustln*. the Turner Funeral ChapeL Bur-1
t ) home recently on a teren-day: -
l emergency tear because of the I ,
J. 1) illness of his wife. Mrs. Cash and 110
I their daughter Wane are mak.
f I ; lag their home with Mrs. Cash's

to i parents, Mr. 'and Mrs. John T.

t,. Martin, al 104 N W.*Fourth st.o RED LAND BRAND FERTILIZERS :

f, t, ;
: : U (J, g.) Helen Bixler former .
the Homestead school
) member ot '1
t' faculty has been assigned to Miami '.
;! : I:. for duty with the WAVES

,( : detachment there: .. "I
( ,. .. .
} I Sgt Carl Frederick youngest .

Il ton of Mr. and Mr*. David Fred. I
'i i crick I* stationed now with* Consult OB about your fertilizer requirements -

It heavy bombardment group In ,
England. A brother John Frede '.' . *>
I: rick. USN. ha been transferred : for the corning year... .

from Virginia San Diego CaL, ,

A'+ for..training- tit, a hospital. corptman. /. ;/ Due to government regulation! and short-: 1

1 : ,. ,. ', '

topped''U. Archer at Homestead Dodsoa,Army V3AAF.Air d.. -ages of several materials we will not..be able te '

sfluM who 011. cross-country

'.flight tM with Tuesday his parents and spent.Mr. tilt ndMrs. '" make ALL of our regular mixtures. But :we,will J .

J. H. Doatoo U. Dodson brtatteaed .

.. .M Instructor at .. ,;.t" dfl eur best to supply ,as near possible. what

t Dodge City, Kane .. !, '
.. . '
: "
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bixoo of Mrt.Itary ti Will. .1 : "
j ,M. Henry loft you 1tettI. .
. ,
T. Furry U stationed now ... :.,. .
tjs'a navigator at petenolt'Field' .. )', \. ... jfl., \, '
.... ,
Ij'( k.,wens" Spring. Mrs, Furry it r r N
nr last Dotemary Burk tt.nemttf .
fir\ . ,serum a, suit to '
; ?ilia.. rrxaa. 41' : Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.Pare
.. , t .'

!'/Id... .......jW [ Avon Park

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. 'Jtirle. 80"lMo1" 'r ': '.> ... HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENT14AS E' . PaJe"1'hrM- ., ,FIn

.. '.- ,..,
1 .... ot Utr, v
b"tJIW06:1. wtOt floVincV SAm o<
recently fefttrned tr& lr WIt with 1e'b : *
hw, husband ,Chief Radioman Nil.1S."f. who and Mr*. Corer, recently.-
hal,been stationed there recently I tume4 to her home ,to Fort, Uyer
and Jlround Robert, Cart: 'BIat,", Jsckl* after a vWt.with tMA .
.PoUt and Jerry Colt left Monday. A. sV MeMuulaa left' Wednesdays
i)o, attend Camp St Andrew In for Everglade City where k*l Dr. Uojtd C ShanUin wa In !
Homestead this week on a business
Avon Park wU be employed.Mr '
trip. He advises that he has ...
Homestead I Inxa-NeU Roman and Rebecca Ivan Moaer naa returned appointed to tile good will cos*
(Brown returned this week from from a visit with relatives; in mitten of a postwar world's fair
Camp St Mary ta Avon Park. Shaw, Mia whien will be held in Washington

I Marian Anderson, Aughttr M Dorothy HarreU at the Methodist D. Q 'J

Mr*. Ruth Scott ha told her Mrs Stanley Wittkop, Homestead Mr. and Mr*. Carl Anderson left Children' HIIM.' Sales T-Sgt Cart Hartnett returnee
home on N. W. 14th it to Mr. tad I poet office employee, will Wednesday to spend July and priJe ten Wednesday after spending from England who U stationed at
Mrs. Norman Helm of Stanley, Jove Sunday for New River, NO August at Camp ToMwand six a two-week vacation here a* a the Miami redistribution center, ,
K. C, who .... expected to arrive to spend her vacation with bar, mile out of Hendenoovllle Mr. guest of the member ot the Woman's visited Tuesday with lilt cousins
tiers soon to take occupancy. Mrs. husband He. Anderson will, go to Hendenon- Society of Christian Service Mr. and Mr. O. J. Roman. 'i

Scott ha ton*' to Minnesota to Mr*. Luben OnesGainesville villa In Au&usto accompany of the First Methodist Church Mrs. Cha Jordan and son, ,
spend the summer and upon her and her daughter. Marian hone. of Homestead I,
to visit
Barton, left Wednesday }
return she win mk her borne lathe i Kara are house guests ot Mr. i Mia Virginia KlnneT, daughter ', M-Sgt sad Mrs. Wm. HaW la Orlando with Mr*. Jordoalap"'onta. .
Tlbblt bout at W4 Nx..YL .-: and 1 Mr*. Preion B. Bird. Mr;. of Mr. and Mr*. )(. T, Klnnof,, 1' and baby daughter. Alice Louise.Mr . Mr. and. Mr. D. UMn. ,\
:. tarty: la July. Me*. Tib- Greenwood it the former .Mill fottMrly of Homestead' has returned I *. Frank hell: and Julian 1

:? bUt It:moving.. 'to.her adjoining. France Webb.Homestead... A from the Florida Stat Bowtey. allot West Palm Beach Lena Bechdol of Miamispent J
: property oa N.W. Fifth it Mer; Mia" :Marled Webb..aW College for Women to her home were 'guest Sunday"of Mr. and last w_-_&. ,with her :
," -,-MnaCordon Ivey<,nd'daughten.JjBuv.Aiut. ot GalneevOJe/l vWUng Min In Miami-when she'1*'employed Mr. John Gaday Mia Margaret mother. Mrs. T. C 8eUrt t
and Linda,..left Elisabeth Ball fat the summer by Walgreen DrugStore Dent ot Miami ha been a Continued on Pace Eight) ,'j
Cad. ( 1
'!Tuesday-to.spend ten, day*with ... W Sit and Mr; Raymond' R on B. .Flacler'it guest for several day ttb* .

relative Jn Dayton Beach. Hoffman are making. their home laCwaV .)I o. and MT* Wm..LeVla ,andson way' home. will ,, ,, ., ft
Dr.'A. M. LoI'ant ji maktnIrtwoweek a I Cable 'Hn.KoCrflan 1* Sidney, returned .Friday to 'Mr awl Mr :'Erne*vacation' mAsbevUlo t

', '..w'0., relative to I the, former' Mis*.Betty,June Jen their h me' to Penaaeol after avisit lave.todayfor H'C. I TO MY CUSTOMERSrPlease
Davidson, N. C kin. berg with Mrs. Lewis'afsttndt '
and stepmother, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs D, U Dono.lrofof.MIamIspellt articles .
Mr, * L. Atkinson left Wednesday ,Mr. and M'Iotl. Collier are ex. Lewis several day call for any
night v to spend the i unmet ,pected to retuV*.soon from Atlanta Mrs hsLbeen.hero'HC. Murphy.forweek.Mr. .,.butMr w HomesVead this.week..wlth Mr. left for repair by Wed.
I Hoapltal
and Savannah-:Ga, and-Mayo Brother I
'to Waycroe News. Var. Mn. lot.ItI ''Bocheater.. Minty,whet Mr._Collier ; *. Lewis and Sidney'had made Bow..'* parents. nesday July Gas my store .
and"Newport returned borneSunday
J 1ter'IIit.S. Ben King .
winter other baa been under treatment I
JOG was 'l\IeIIt this after spending severalweeks : : will be closed for several tI
.. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. After July 10 ,Mr*. Virgil M. A. Daugherty. whe I Ie vacationing .
York City.
In New I weeks.'t
HendenonvlUe spent
and Mr*. Preston B. Bird. She Grennell and daughter Coy Lou, In '
fuWa,. Ga this week in Homestead on bust- Mr. and Mr*. W. D. Coker are I
was accompanied M will go to St Simon Island ,
great-nephew Jewelertier1rau'
cross bjr her aran -. Edmund to make their home with COMwaln sotMrs.
home Earl Field and Lyle Bobby Cpwart of Lakeland, at ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..., .
Pedrick, who wa returning Grennell, USlf. who I* *ta son. ,,,,,,,, ..., , ,, "' '''
after a.brief visit with Mr. and' tinned there.; Mr, Grenoell ha plan to leave next week for Se-1 their h W In Jewfish., Mra.. :=. J

Mr*. Bird.

Mr. and Mr. C. t: Fortenberry ..I
are announcing; the birth of a sir -
pound six-ounce daughter June
n In James Archer 8mitlHOII' 1
pital. Mr*. Fortenberry U the tor.
mer Mix Edwin: Close i

Mr*. Ida Sheets and her eon,
J. U: Kulp left Thursday morning 1
for Philadelphia. Mr*. Sheet had

pent the winter here. ..
Mr and Mrs. Virgil Lyon and
their Wlec v Bett,,CanUe", wUl l s
leave Sunday! to spend,the' awn : {
tore In Crystal, Mich, a lake resort p o jt 1
Harold' and Irving Lyon
will leave July 6 'fora trip I to :
northern,Michigan, and .Canada i, j'
before going. oa Crystal for .a. ""i

va. atlon.Mrs. .' '
M. p Wollam, and her .J
granddaughter. Mia Dorothy
rfuhn. left Monday tor a. two- ./
week: visit In Dayton Beach with : ,\
Mr** Wollam' daughter Mrs. W.
B," Lumpkln. ,
Mr and Mn. Ceo F. Archer

of. Key Welt and granddaughter
JoamKnowlea. visited from Monday
till Wednesday at the home
of their *on"and daughter-in-law, a :R n
Mr, and Mn. Ben Archer, Other r
recent visitors at the Archer homewere
Mn Ju"M. Canon of Kea
antvllle and: her daughter, Carol

Mr*. Stacy Hawkins of Miami
Who. formerly lived In Homestead
will .rriv* Tuesday to spend a
week .t the home of Mr. and Mr.
Qeo. M. Frick In Florida City

John W Collln, Jr, office manager
of South Dade Farm Inc.. '
left Wednesday for New Orleans .
to,vtalt his parent, Mr, and Mrs.

't J. W.' Colling A hurried goodbye . th* brave reassur Sons of hundred of our Honda Cast Coasting ,,<
Mr and Mn. Russell Horn and Railway families, toe have gone to war. Many
train dwindling
last words ol parting. th* long "
ton; Russell Jr. ol fellow workers bare joined) .oho fightingMonths
week from Stuart to spend,ev- in. the distance a son wa off to war. our
ant day at their borne her. ol lonely waiting lie ahead ranks. Pulling the troop traiN through. keepingwaking :"rt

Spending the week-end at the .. end praying lor the day when:another Ih* freights rolling with equipment and supplies "
,Walter Thompson home to Red. tracks bearing Is vital to u* a* ""ell.. you. '
down those game
I land went S-Sgt and Mr*. Buford train may com ability and determination el the Florida .}
Mr A.C that others safely horn. *
.Creel and baby, Dunne. son CIII.d and other railroad I*
;HoUon and baby. Althea XliiiWII1eta' Th* rant arose In the field-ca counting East Coast Railway ,
Thompson and Willis bonds than Uectively meet the quickening demands ol war 1
.s to do our peat.: Buying nor
Thompson,, ,all of Miami.MrAGeorg sxrcrificu lot cause b helping to speed the day ol final Victory . tii '
ltab a common
andehiWrerv belor* a0.. ems* ; ,w;
WrteBeld bringingTOUT
N. that day when other baiat will cm
r Barbara Jean and Nor- . keeping supply' lies& open by avoiding anBcsarytdp and cw, back safely horn ;. back
San; ,left last week to visit Mrs. e ; tiw way w* perform .our
WakefleW mother Mr. ,K. boanefront-tasks ... aQ assume a new taporlasc. horn* at last to May ;
Draper, In Bojklna, Va. They
war accompanied by Mr*. Wake-
neUM' '.ft1_. win Peggy Draper 'A, H+lp SfMHdTholr.Return=Buy **& Bends
fit Beykln* who had been visiting
I far tear day at the Wakefleld *,

home Mta, 'Mary 10 'CJoat underwent '. ' : EAST 'COAST: :RAILWAY .-

an' asja ndectomr Saturday: at .FL*RIMI' .
James Afeker amide Hospital .. .

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LEADER John D. DeBuchanwne- George D. Stanley, '. ;; O. T. U.: CAST I IContinuJd 36 Soldier Stage Show* ' ,'

.I HOMESTEAD Ralph K..o.Wnclr Orady W.Stanley. ,..' ? I 't J At homestead Air field 1 1A
Robert D Uingtr Alfred Taylor ( Fossil Page One 1'/1
i AND CNTCSPBISXISU Henry DixonNorman Robert Taylor '. . :I stack by a truck driven by Earl shoot by soldier and far soldiers J
In ISU R. Fitthugh Zakery TIIOI'J Let of Florida City u he WM was staged Ian night on the y;t
Robert Fraseur Edward It. Tisdale bout to climb Into an army lorry QTU outdoor stage at Homestead '1',
yew spa FVU.K Does NklWmw M --_)fm.trr... FVk. Wm. J. Gauf Albert :Vamadoe which his companions had already,Army Air Field by a cast of 39 ,
from the
OTV personnel
Charles Cornell Alfred Varnadoe
Paul Cornell Dave Vsrnadoexnrle boarded for the return to the air Both WAG and soldiers took i:,.

_err 41dr1t ., Robert Cosoell E. Vlhjen !ba... At the bus hospital yesterday part ta the show which was 'J
P Id.si sad sous.r Charles Cowman Edward Vran'aHarold however It WM said that retied by Pfc. Alvin freed and '.
MARlIRIR...Lt4CR ARCaZR Karl GreerGeorge .B. Vrana 'Pvt, Hackatborne's injuries wereslightI put on by the special service office -
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W. Hall Norris WalkerRoy .
.MART IC mULL... pn4 SoclMj cretoiioM. William H. Hilton Walker ,I I. The O.T.U. floor show wan obtained -
Anna W. Hodges Roy B. Walker;''Jr. [ through the courtesy of lt.Kenneth Church of God to Begin ,.
1.csr"IOIC WAR.I ,1 1I J. L. HodgesB. ;Jesse W.'Whltehead i, O. Snapp. special service Week of Revival Sunday :1 .
,I .. o.d6 cc..wl t a,,0-.1': :,' a ...... tee Eugene Ingram Stanley W.Wlrtkop 1 i officer of the O.T.U. Pvt. Dave ,A one-week revival meeting :
.. ... .... .Richard E. Jansen Earl Wright'George N'aelelrnan"'l1 master of eere-
i tI &1.40 c. . iuet" II: will begun Sunday July 3, at the
( am, 1149) 1 rr, UN. I II. 'Robert A. Jensen H. Wysong monies, and "background" music
Church of God, 6th at and N.Wf
William S. Johnson was provided by an rchestracomposed
...... .. _. der .D _I Charles W.. Kelly T. T. Bowen Is assisting the. of Set. Sherman Edwards *I'First see, with Mrs R Eo Hastings .:'
J a.s Ii lets. at w a..m ealr committee In assembling the list wife of the pastor, as evengellst. e
.rlda. sass the = Eikridge L. Kelly (piano Pvt. Jack Hackatharne -
asp of service men and .
._ 8, ih negro women I
Dan C. Klngman 1 II guitar), Cpl. Earl Alllion I
George W. Koeel, Jr. I (base viol), and Pvt Hal Me-
HONOR ROLL Donald Lair Camp Redland Gazette |Donald (drums).

Charles W. Little Hit First Annh'enu1.i'TIIa'tlnt' : The numbers presented were I Beginning July 1st
Continued From Page One) J Flernoy Lott I WAAC trio-Pvt Mary Kirkland, }
Mr. Norman since publication' Donald McKay anniversary ot tho Pvt. Claire Goff and Pvt Billie For Bottled Gas OrdersT
the Hit pa June 23 Inyludei Harold McKay mlmeroogmphed! weekly Redland Eggudi olOr-CpL Vincent Dowl. Phone 509 J
CUlled A. Allen J* I Vernon McKay Camp Gazette, was observed this'week ing; blackface skit-Pvt. Hal Mc I
J John t. Allen AtEIdridgeMcMuUlaa'Norman with a multicolor five-page Donald Cpt Sam SamueUon and cr M* J. T. TOMIRLT: : Sam J. Aden B MekktUon Issue carrying a brief history of Pvt Betty Wilkinson; solo and fe- I
lith Donald S. A<*Va. Allen M. Mousy tie paper which was begun by'mile "impersonation" 'Nor-1 I Phone S4S-J has
Robert A. Ames '" Wiley A. Popoell, Jr. sqldifrs families living In the mm Owen stng'ng "A Girt Who'' been suspended for the summer .
j Gerald A. Andrews WUaon FoppeUWllUam camp. C n't Say No"; tolc-ipfc. All
I J. Theodore Arrant P. Radford The paper features a woman1 Freed, Sgt Sammi and Lt. Snapp Virgil D. Lyon
101 John R Barker Fred Rhodes, Jr. page by Helen Ferreyra, home A> a finale the "tire cast of tll: 1
babel M Becker C. Hagler Rid ; management supervisor. Joined In Ringing the O.T.U. song. '
Horace S. Bell Earl P. Rohrer -- --- -- ---
I, ' 'f.' j ',{ 'Ronald R Rapine
Sam Serf Blondo David S, RosenthalV. ; I To Honorably/ Discharged Servicemen I Is J
', Clifford R ao ker' I \ Jack RuteLlltnDe.'Sanot I

': t Hugh. I;. Bow,t\. ....'.. ., ." '
/ Clifford Boy tt "WIIUlm' Sayers ,
: Archie Brannea Robert L. Seltenrlght
Everett W Shuler I
Clarence A. BrownE
;, It C. flyers,,Jr.. ..... ,. > .. n John W, Shuler )
Charles V Slnoore
Tb II. L. Campbell
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"f ,; Francis t.. Sklner
i J, Lincoln Cason ij ijI
Chsi. R Caves ,. Wade V. Smith
John M. Caves Arnold SoperTrt'Amen
i Joseph R. Cava
Wilbur R CaveaJ. !
Jouhn. W. Connor E. IIJt. I Ii You Nttt 1 1r

i ; O. Lester t>eaard.ItbeJi i .

i W. Robert DeBardeleben I A.Haircut'or r ,y >a, !

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t .j"j"I IJ ... Cooperation, 1. FLORIDA' MOTOR LINES / \I

eta Near BR np. Moata.... Is the
'1' o Polytechnic institute with Its many WANTS MEN LIKE qfnjIo '
Wldtan a detgiM. erected and :
'( w ? equipped by student labor a truly .
? I cooperative kuutatloa foundti .. ,

t V1 M WRIT IMX." You're done a. fine Job for your country. . and w. would like to have

\ ., ./ .. :yo i help'ua'with our Job. In return' Florida Motor Llnea'will s" to It, .'
+ 'that you'Jet a friendly welcoma Into I spirited ofllnlntlo0-u4 a {
: Conquer*f destroy Is the theory el '{_ aiD opportunity to asiiime your rightful place on the) civilian front.
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the Nub sa4 the tone *** '
4k c.o.r.die them that Made We Invite you to stay In the'fifnt with tia./Bus: tiansfortatton has \ !)

' t a sex eountTf 1"Mt.Tour ccopera a tremtndousteapoitbllIty_ toUhouWer for the nation .. .we can't fall ;
l y i 1. lloa H.is ntedsd now.' ,short." '+'ean'tne men of action Jn our oftcea- ,. :

1 la our.atationa, and driviof our btMaa.. +i

N? i 11< (assn y.o reewo ON your ahsa. esnpt.y.tttomt I" ,

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JL American Youth lies the future of '"' ,
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t :' >" Bow your heads' Pray with millions of mothers the country over, 'as : .. :j

t .I' .their hearts reach out over/the seas, each one'seeking out her boy.'j .; to' ',; '

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sssssB) u Social Events in South Dade 'oases



r ley ant announcing the engagement
Mia La,Nell Rogers daughter Gables, tile former Miss Alma and approaching marriageof 1 THIu Ethel Nixon. supervisor ofi,the local exchange: Mrs Olga
el Mr. and M.... L. O.Roger of Fane Llndgren, had charge of the their daughter Lillian Lucille,' the Homestead exchange of the'Fraser toll chief operator; Mrs.
r Miami and John Barton Kopp, bride's book. Mrs Sctwanenbek to S-Sgt George Russell Hudson,' Southern Belt Telephone Co. Yia.1 C. M. Hopktuon, local chief operator
goo *f Mr. and Mr*. W. A. J. Kopp wore I ruffle-trimmed evening USA. I honored with a testimonial dinnerat ; S. H. Youngblood district
I el Homestead,were united In mar gown of whit lac, j the Bamboo Tavern Friday; evening manager; E, L. Williams and 1.
tfege Vy Dr. Robert L. Allan *t The bride-changed to a navy I when the was prevented C. Cortnack, asilitant traffic man-
'cUek Wednesday evening tit Hut crepe suit with navy and The Calendar II with a pin for II years of service agersi; L. S. Sheffy supervisor of
Trusty Method! Church iq Mi-, whit accessor** for her wedding I with the company The presentation the Horoeeteed-wnlt;C. M. Taylor
1 ml. trip July t-Dance given by Wo. I, was made by E. Bv of the 'commercial department;'
I The bride who WM given In Mr. and Mrs. Kopp will maketheir man's Club of Homestead. Montague of Miami.district traffic and Mrs Herbert.Hunter,.Mrs. T. '
marriage by her father, 'wore a home in Philadelphia where July -Meeting of Business manager, who was host at the M Harm Mr*.-R. U Oodwtn
finger-tip length vU with a lon,. Mr. Kopp la superintendent of W mea', Circle of Tint Baptist dinner. MIll Nixon had been employed Mr: I.-B.' Seats,' Mrs Stewart
sleeved white net gown cat on'l submarine construction for the Church of Homestead. with Mrs.J. .; for ton yean by; the Homestead HAW Mlkr Katberine.Mal'lh.1ViIII" ,
j l Da11Jn'TIle bodice'w" Inset Cramp Shipbuilding Corporation. K. Doney. Telephone Co. before It was Grace'Torcl. MIM Ethel:A > .
with square yoke of Uc*. The bride a gradual of Bod- July: -Meeting of :Remand succeeded by Southern Bett. derson;.,Mia'Mary; Jo Close,:MlM
Her bouquet wu of gardenias, land High School attended Wesleyan Neighborhood Club with Mrs. The guest Included Miami telephone Mary toe"Fjtzhugb.', Hiii 'ROM
tuberoses end orchldl College. The bridegroom Is Ceo. V.; Wright official 'and'operators of Peterson' nd.Mlss Edna Fort.:
The' bride's attendants were a graduate of Wilberbam (V....) July 11-Business meeting of '- ,. -
her sisters, Mr*. Harold Brenner Prep School and'of the Webb Homestead W.S.CS 98 GUESTS ATTEND'RECEPTION-GIVEN I
: of Woodbine Gs, matron of Institute of Naval Architecture In July It.-Meeting of Woman's
Tkonor. and MIll Marie Rogers of New York Club of the Redlsnds FOR DR. SIDNEY'H. DAVIES-- -.r-AND'- FAMILY .
I "Mlaml, bridesmaid. Wm.A. Kopp .
.f Miami,.brother of the bridegroom Ninety-eight guests' welcdmed ten, Katherlne'and Cornelia'Ana.;
f WM hilt man, and Wm. H.I I'Dr. and MM. Sidney. H, Davies at were Mr*. H. L Brdwn president
Krome of Homestead wa one of OF HONOR AT OUTDOOR SUPPER PARTY the reception given Friday' evenIng of the Woman's" Society of Christian *
I il hON : Service, and David C Williams
the usher. at the of Mr and Mra
; I\ Mrs. Brenner and Miss Rogers Maj. and Mrs. Wilbur A. Free, Ma]. and Mrs. Free and Mrs. J. chairman' of the board of
{ 3. D. Redd for the new pastor of
wore Identical dusty pink gowns house guest of Maj. Free'i U. Free 1.oda) for Cherry stewards.
the First Methodist Church
I' y .f lace and net, and pink Juliet mother Mrs. 3. U. Free, were Point N. C.. where Maj Free will Refreshments were served by
Homestead and .
cap with tiny veils. They car.t honored Wednesday; evening withan serve 'at the Marine station I his family.In Mrs.Fred J Fuchs, Jr.. and Misers'
tied bouquets of asters outdoor supper given by; Mr. The senior Mrs. Free will go on the receiving line with Dr.. Helen and Sue May Miss Mary
t and Mrs. David and their
i {1 Mr*. Rogers, mother of the and Mrs 3. L. Burton and Mr. to Hendersonville for vacation.Mr. daughJr. McNelll and Mil Antoinette More
'. bride, wore a tailored blue crepe and M.... L. L. Hood on the Hood u presided at the punch bowl. The
. I evening gown and the senior lawn. '- and Mrs Casper Williams I ., were dinner guests Wednesdayof house WM decorated: with .gardenflowers.
\ o: Kopp wore a black and white M.\I I Other present were: Mra;!:I. V., and daughter Mrs. Fred ruche, Mrs. Eva Collins, .
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: U J r feta formal. Their corsages were Free Mr. and Mrs Ulritf Free. u
made of orchids Mr. and Mrs. Alton Hood,'Mr. and
I f The church was decorated with Mrs. J O. Murphy of Miami'and
) while gladioli and greenery, and their children Marty 'Lou and
tall white tapers lighted the altar Russ Mrs. Mlttl MaT -Jnd.'
.t I ; Immediately after the ceremony Michael and Richard Hood." Favors
toO guests attended a reception .
for the bridal couple at the jiom* LEGION AUXILIARY MEETS $ _
of Mr and Mrs Rogers at 2817 TONIGHT FOB INSTALLATIONThe
I 8.Vf. Second eve. The rooms were AmerIcaiU tlon AusUary
t decorated throughout with a variety of John O. Galley Post wilt.neet the SOUTH !
of whit flowers and palms. for Installation"this evenlnferot I f
'I The white wedding cake was cut o'clock In Legion halt MrsReelsBosselle
by the bride and ,bridegroom and of Coconut Oroviait
t erred with lime Ice. Mrs Franda department president, will serve
t X Schwanenbek of Coral ''I' initalllng officer. L..",'

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{ t 1N Oakk Dad Professed sea ALL .VIM- ... sa1.nisi. ......
Yes, Buou. IN
t.; Iles givct TO* m n Plln/ :
i i than quick Itlitf All Ns-
from wmi uoouca p LAN
: acidity for ii also -
I :
gives you pea osr.i TkM* iMty y w'fn ty.aMa .
comfort.Get Bum*. vlMw A. ft C I ..e (ail t
tea today. MM Urn M4 beer
*.PIoeuDiaI.iAlra.... ...fn ,m lnero''*...For the mineral 'raFI'OI'A the phosphate bed of Florida at,4
,k ,< a aa..a daily adult rtqiunmmti of ALI source of the South are of almost Incred'the coal and Iron deposits of Alabama w

; 'BISMA-. Namem.a vitamins sutticbe kaova,M bt eiwmial M ible variety and abundance. This vast, the synthetic: nitrogen plants of Virginia, II I

re's '2.59 mineral wealth constitute on of the 'the Seaboard Railway has shared In the 1. ;

REX A 1OO< vitamin..p.'W country's greatest assets. It I* helping development of the South' mineral...
r figment rot oel.r a5fc America to build a chemical industry I aou e-. On the established principle t i
w nr Pennies a .,. which lead the world with scores of the welfare of the railroad depend on the '

products ranging from,synthetic rubber prosperity'of its patrons the Seaboard bai |

o to bromIDe from sea water 'worked for many yrs for the econ wale |l

Vf",10 NG' Today.:the mineral of the South con development of the territory It serve.TU:
Seaboard wig vlan and work to the Cufti.-t
stAY .
sritut* factor of vital importance la sin*
sHots waPlofwu.XD'therca..tocome..ien, as In the pact,for doe Meet development
Jt ;
+ whit =00 WHITE.SHOE sources will contribute la(rcMtr mipsure,. \-of the' Soueh's y8C'aIMn1.resource*..1 '

CLEANER to the upbuilding of the industrial. Couth. Seaboard.Rails esy. Notfeft 10, VfrgWa.". t

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a wet ao.Tass.n

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.. WAUFTXLD TELLS CLUB I xonrt w AprtK-ATioH 'rev .J '


SOCIAL .EVENTS Oeo N. Wakefield, promoter of1 I .> to Webs nia t*.TM_ dot AlONtO rJ -j r

the South Dade Quick Freezing,. M MkMal. UKO.Tat kakiar Omlffeat aa ..Naa...wa af*
'. Plant, talked on the .uses at the!I ..... Use lot aWr af f_ A. p. till, kaa1IflM
yT "' ''III"'h''I''n''h, locker Friday before tile Rutland I MId OaWlkIM* k> mt .rn... tmt 1
Ikaa -4. laallaaHaa for tax aW4 la I KATE Flrt Insertion JOe ; subsequent insertions
[)[Ells a RUEGG. CHAIRMAN Demonstration Club. ana ...... to), aiaaHaaua with law 10 .
Method of removing italn. altering said Cactlltoal aaikrama .... follawla I IronExclI
'OF WOMAN'S CLUB DANCE patterns and defrosting refrigerators -',4MTk.4 ..-tf, ataala .. ..... Oaa --- ---- - - -- -- uu u__ "
L Mr*. Henry Ruegg 1* chairmancharge IT. FlarMa swank
Jia of arrangement for the were discussed binder I I Ut (. Blk M taw/... BMaW Lad OE HOMEMADE: FORD TRACTORS ,,
the leadership of various project 1 c., r k., Plat. Book .. Pan 4*. ta ... with double low gear. Excel
flare* to be given by the Woman' .Clvaf MlaaU Oowtgr at ....., ..... af
chairmen. Mr*. Grace Barnes Fwrhla.DM THE: SWAP SHOP lent for farm or frov Volt

'Club sight of from Homestead 10 until 2, on lnth Modday Wojian' spoke on the value and kind 491 I('I .UCknirJat d ..w waTTTSt fr.....!.1'r Buy*-Sell* Anything Auto Wrecking phone 39U. 'I'

Club building stamps desirable for collection. ||Id'r Not h" wag.* broad games Repair ad machine, typewriter, Homestead fla. (alltf)

i! v._ mU Cartmnil. akaH .. r* cart muter (mint)
r )(rt. Ru M 11 walked by Mr*. BOBBY CRAW GIVEN PICNIC = _1-the hw, ... *.** win I PERSONAL
jt K. Foulk, Mr F B. Green and "- .... day ANsuS FOR RENT 81
FREE Excess eellMl-- ;
Dmd A'.tad add
Mia. Burley ..... yo
Mr, O. LaMonte Craw of nih day f *_ A. D.
FOR pain of Stomach .
'11 l54A RENTVerydesirable duplex Ulcer ..
LOCAL 4-H LEADERS IIELT: amt entertained with I .MI-l I L. 1. U4TRUIIIAN. with screened porch. Live gectlon. Heartbura, Belching '\
the Homeite city park Clare of Chiral c.DotoIa .-..
AT SOUTH MIAMI CAMP Ooutr, Fi.rldk Ing-roorn-dlntng room, I bedroom Bloating Reuses Oa Pawl

,I ,Mr .C, W. Little, leader of In honor of the ninth birthday anniversary (ClnvJI Caatt Sal shower electric rang get tree ampK Udga at

el her ton, Bobby. Afterwards syx.C.a1'razzTD.0 Phone Brown' Pharmacy. (pj/*to>>>
;)ometead Elementary 4-H Club the noun enjoyed rwlm- Urt J. U .Hkkion 579- \
with the at a.. :
ai. misting program JU) '
:the one-week county 4-H lamp using In the municipal pool. NOTICE Of APPLWATWM FOB WANTED

''which I is being held at South MI- Other In the party were: Mr*. TAX ..BID. ROOMS and prtroenu. Be....
Ckaatat **Tt*-Aala af IMIF1I WANTED
and SchooL Also helping I* Miss C 'J:. Elchenberger, Mr O H. A TM able Pates, hot water and anew. -High praaa .

.jtargaret 'C by of the Redland Howard, Claudia Campbell, Jane NOTICI \f BunT GIVEN: tkal are Palm BoteU Florida City. aura tree praying evtflV :While ,...
: I rn4 Yours. kaUw af Btala ..4 C* Mr or phone K. S. Reynolds. $.' v
pub; who wen trained In. leadership Thurmin Kenneth and Warren Tax CWtlfkra*. .... ....* basal tk* ttk Aragon Coral .
at the ,recent county 4-H Grave, Jerry: Cox Jimmy Camp. Any a* .lair, A. D. J.... kaa find aaM ha SALE Cabins5
bell and Howard. >y la, a.4 ka. mode aptlleattw far 4-1834. (pjt.), ....
Blood course Mr*. Lawrence Wl1- Billy: a U. dad U ka |.... 1.r... laU REAL ESTATE BARGAINS
Bama,' leader Homeatead high Carttrkata *>l- aM th* tollowlal Ca.anlkai WANTED-Gotxl uead fomllurev "i''

school club, .attended the camp Th* Business Women' Circle of{BUM at afowrlr rtorMa ta the Caaatr at Dad, One house at I3JOO .ca h. Smith-Grave rurnltut Co., .
la-wttt ,
T>J *day, the VfMV. of the Filet Baptist/ 1.oNitd51Xdaly!: I'i.. A, One at $3750'eub., (mlttfjr "

,r Director of the camp,'which b Church of Homestead wDl meetat 1/J'. *,. ........ B*. .Tuamakb M Anew One at $4000. I12S caah; bal- ,

being attended by 40 girls are t p. m. Monday with Mr*. J.:;I-Bun..ar 4*.*.*. .ta. mMalata tk* Caaalr WAS at .Aman Badi IDea t$. equal payment*..-I% W.uqw-Repalt work -itDM I

w Eunice Grady and Mln Ed- R Doraey: Business women and r af .: mter* t. building, cement work moony ,

olIa Sims, county home demonitraUoa young matron also are Invited to,'I...TW rid..=. of aM..proton. l> a.d. 10 acre of raw land on. good etc limn.Hour Minion, Box K ,
aarlUkala was the MM dt wad
$2000 cash Homntead.
agent attend .the meeting. ..u.,,_ 1' (4100
u.- told 4artlfl.4 .kail k* Several I0-acra tract of glade '
OMMUN1TT BARN DANCE NOTICE Or APPLM-ATTOIt FOB .. a.reMlwe .. ..... th*, repay oleo land at $125 and $190 per acre. I Deed grove with oa wlthovl ,...
v.rn.dkt44.0.*1wlw/rGwrljl/ w mew a *. "
51fMt home
MATED AT CAMP REDLAND ChmtM TAX DUD I al U. oourt 1.... door a. tbe BENJAMIN WARREN MORRIS t prospects waiting .

|j; Barn dances will be held on every rile I7UTAcW.. A tMI tt INS Nnt Hoaday. I* the smooth. at Aaraot, :tit S. tome! BV*. P. O. Box 466Mm" Drop me a postal or call J. K,
144. wkkk to the
NOTICE I* Ttk aVf of .et.t. Dam 224(3, Miami at era
other Friday evening In the HEREBY GIVEN that (JSOtf) my
Redland Center community hall O-. W .. Lola. O. W.._. V>,M nft ,I 1944.sa4 tWo MHh day of )_. 1144.E. _ Dens*. Reverse chart*.
IX .
Casts Tu Orttflnw
with theomuslafurnished, by Al 114* owned Uw It* Ur tt ".,,. A, D. Clerk af LBATRKRMAN elm HElFER-Mc- Iff .
and his Locka naval look. .... Jim. au. I. m, ffio. .. a.4 Dad Coorl MulUan, NW. 2nd ave. between
Seopellit Op Coo.tr Florida
h.. made pvlkatlo' sin. tax 44 la Olnalt Coat Soft). t }rd and 4th ft (pJ30) S. L. Kendrick
air base orcheitn. Dance will be k. |MU,.< Oimn. taM Onlflcat' *m.bm ." N. C, rrERRETT: D. C. J
Martin .. called by John KnaOTty c 1 Se. i, 11. i u) |
,, The center ..recreation department .la tk> OMaly af Da4a, 5... at Plan..... ;PORTABLE! RADIO, studio couch nvnet or rat rA
.Witt iiif Tax CIRCUIT Corer>> or nit elBcttia wattle Iron, 2-burner
plant to male these dances Las II .a 14. Dior tf, (Mir...4 ft* the 1 ICLBVINTBJ JUDICIAL CIRCUIT or: hoti/Dlat oU Ice PEACE: 11
.... Anmi4 rla ef FLORIDA beater box, ,r
events.IDEMONSTILA7TON. Sxtloa "G. a IW AND FOR DADS Birth OertUleale 6.d etkote.i' b
community, fnk. rut Book II. Pan U hi th.CauMy .i COUNTY.Ma. othet rtlcle*. Tedmar Grove.
ef Da4a But X riarMa. I. a.-y Princeton. (jest ameaU aekaewledced sad wit.
CLUB The aaiiMiiiiat cf rid Iran./ *ttUnlaat I TMia-D 111-.4,
tO' RECESS roll AUGUST tile ..W'IfIra" was k w same d.Dad. .j BILL TO FORBCU TAX: BALI SIMPLICITY

1 Ito meetlnpwill be held\ In D.S amid Ca. aarttfleita Ull ka M. I crrr or HOMESTEAD CERTIFlrATB!: a a....WMi lathe latest DRESS styles are PATTERNS now ob I Odd Follows BUt.W. I i

JAuguit by: the Homestead Demonstration _-.*...aenxdlM_.. to ..law. the aMMRyj ..,....., ., toss a.... W '.......,. tainable the Swap Shop W. lt It -....., ft. ,1
Club the .1. will Mid w the h...... PloIIItitf, .' ,
announce president ... bidhe at the Cwa Mmes floor on j metead.. ". (JON)
Mr. C. E. EichenbergeriPartlcipaUort the tint 11-, .. ... _dt A.r....,COTS CAROINAts. ".. ......, .. .., I NOTICE
?, In. -fh Fifth War 1144.144.D.W. wbkr. Jatr,7tr.. .w d A..j Drf.Mlanla.WOTICI. 'WHIT' TRUCK.1 IMT model I 5.row hp (M Dare'noun *, that Kmoat .X. :} 1

SLoan drive Was planned by the 15k 5015 day d I... ,.... i Native to bank Of, MABTBB-g itmt thai mdn BALI... IS.... With flat.tamber deck Lwtor, honor. .. aortraoi *f PINS I I
f group at the regular meeting Trllay. B. I. tEATHKRNANCkk I ky aatkarH *< this Final Darren ort aagia* A-I eeadlUoa. Need d.d 1f..1 l "tu Inn Oortlfloata H_..... ,4
1 ....'" el CtmU Coort 4"arack .n randarad hr th. H.namkto ..am* ........ repair Ideal for w ,:; few der C..WWa.e Jar. D. I r :/
Dado County. nrldEr G.om .. a
Hod. a* at t Jaina at ....
.Members, lenient were: Mr*. A. Chft" Coats "'L Clre.lt Omrt, af t6Rar.oth.N' JWMal fan track ar NIl a* made fate ad..w salt arpikalsa top W dad Y '

|l Burgreen Mr*. R. J:. Edward, floe'N.5$.C.66.s'lUSETT.'late r. 14, D.10441 C Circuit Cauatf. ef.at thai........ ta ...d far Dad. tractor far grv sad two a**. t.Said Coftykaw- M .saawaw.."" ...w/6-......low...

3 Mr*. A. D. Smith. Mr*. 0, M. a raft tablets ..oaw.. CITY hi last 0' Good rahber. dwwll.ad p..pwto. eltrtd Ie ..... t1... ,
(Cooper and Mr*. Eichenberger.KOTICB NOTICe. OP APPLICATION FOR jIOMSSTIAD, a ..n.alpd evaporation" -- - meats** IFlands W. IN 1e. Lee f.: OIL II Been )r. :i
TAX DEtaPia : of the aisle d Ptalds, r spalr.LsA PCMP iCTPLTtXOTPANT It IL
MACgBPER la1.4
SL L ss-as. land Owls sou. Ie
Of TAI APP1WATION DEED FOB A MM ..e ddaada.r. I M wwid.w,..5.-; CGreYe the CIy d Ylsd. o..tr d hie, signs ,r :

Cantor 174IT-Art. af IIN NOTICE If HERKBT GIVEN IMO I. I chemistry. aaaatalad k.. tk* Cwt ta laid (*2 The I
File A sopMERisT It Ma**, rawer d eta aa4 county .naa, ..... sad k* vlrtaa at .... aaaiiaiinl af MIl *mailth. vases ,
I"oneil : GIVE that IRaaiMoad las OtrtMeat Ma. M knew. the In 1 tharaaf will offer far saw aad aril BANE AND UNUSUAL and .U O.roin.ar.d Is .h. ? :,
trees .
day af Jona A. D. ..... OaterI .. f U. ._ old OartM. .
IJIWMIro bows af $tam aad I 114, kaa fib. maxis I. th* ktokw sad k-t ... '
c...* ".. OrrttflMU' No "" Wrists I IIk ta .y .>(!>.. sad bur Baa aacHcattoa ** for .aak M Ik* feat degree the plant Landscaping grove -II he redeem"..... _low a Its :
I ai data will .. ,
Mir a tax des M k* anal tkmoii. *a4! sign I. M -. Planting f thmaai o |*di
ath day *f J_ A. D.aaw .. IBM 1n fund Dad. Comity. > Sunny Grove Nunrie .
dor of lab. A. D. ,. ..
ta mf .,'.... mod Iatto ... safe anew Cattlflnt' aaiWwai .... lollowhi *. , as fwd... .... M *a, at Ja.lr. fm iD.54
...... Ave, t mile wet ibis ask dar a* lsa A D, 1M4,
. .. N
for a In dead to I Ioa. be I. _. ymMrtv la Use Oner ef Duds, A. D. I. totwm Ik* bean af alma ,j
saw CtorUftoata' akraai t6fat.. I Elsa *< Freda MwtttLai ......, A. U, aad Ka* .'..... P. M.. tin Of Florida City. Phone MS-W. BB.. LEATHIRMAN. :1 1Dods
Iowan -..... yeas ta ... orey IT, Blank M. ralf.nl k, the ... aaaM ....-. a local make amr. aad ... (aJStf) Clerk af ClMttt Oonrt. I
at Dada at** af ........... ...wIt. datan a. $= . Plat Bask bows tk* lard bows af sake tk. follow Stows CW.oty, Ptwwa'Clreeh "
: ( Nat I
R' LM f. Btock ... Wlaaaa Park oik.. Ita Past f. to .1 P.a.. aat, ; lam dm i Ik it is ropart>.; ......* ta Dadt 'OTlra or AfPtJCATIOlfFOR L. IIORKIIO" i 5 i
th FloridaTW. Ca...t,. Florife. l .wUi i J By M. t), 0..
Coant at Dada. state af Florida'
_..... Lou TAX IIBBDPH. lame a. I" Is, a5. Jak, '. 5544)
F The .Manm af rid araparty Under I af aaM prowrtr UlldtrIK 14 M 17. M and at a) WAG .. '
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Ika laid MrttfUaat ta of. mow earthliness, won ta star same sit SEDGE ADDITION axordliic' la tkr ...
was the i ease Notion b koHky *hwa that "... L NOTICE or '
Jobs Fmia. Tr bU Plat mad awna.l hi fUrt A'PLKATIOJIIC
*a VlBMtrt..Oataat Itself I at
-. aaM a.rtierte ...II be lo.Srribd VM gold MrttfHeat akall W tdWn 1 I an IT of tile ,........ ..... af Dad. Miami Muthaw Ta, .kahta Cortlflw aa aialn NmWnd of Clip af I FOR rtw ttMf 1
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.ee.dha to low. tile 'grossSq >W amttiat la law, the aiaatili do. c. riorioa.UK I
dated the fib dar af IIM A. D. IN* has HOTICa U HKRKBT GIVEN CM
acriaW tkarala win W oM (I' end H af BCVH.LA ,
la Ik kkrk.M
thorol Will be add to the !1.R ADDU
toed saw CarUfbat iTaw CRMEaTt M LANIr:.. balder .. "
d6end aaiknaaf
bidder MMrr al tkr CMTI HowVa oa TIOM a*>a< /.. Ul the Visa thmof 't
al tha offers ROOM door ** 66wonder n. I",
kaa .
the first Moaaar I. the atoatk of AiarattIM4 Cordial fa Plat Dark Mad aaplloaUo' fa la* dead ta Clt* of lied Tae OrtlfloMai Mam.kmd
4 11 I of
ta Month af Await ( po Alf the
tU4. ,which la th* ilk dar af August.M1 wkkk to the Ttk door af Aamt.1M4 .1 f.klto MMard. Cast, florUa. saw large Corliffeata thoraoa ta ._...... with .... II1TI.. owl HIT*. dld eke ladiUr I
t: :: ; .
: Lame U .ad / af ROYAL ajnkrawa tha foUowtafoo I Md'il..e mad..filed MMhi
Dated tkto "th data of fva*. 196s .. ones the SOth *., af :}.... 1.44.E. PALM ADDITION amrdia* w .... pat ..rftrf .aioa.il dtmtod 1* Dad Ooaa.tr .fffc*. Mtillaittoa -; '
Florida, far la> dead ta km t bans toj maidaara
n IL LEATHERNAN: B. tBATHFHMAN. thmaf twontod h. Plat Book .t *anaf lt 4, I'-L Aaa rhrmaa "_..... wtlk ... raid. CruAaats. amkiaca-'
Clark of Circuit O..1., Clark af Clmk court If Ik* ,... BMt4a at Dds Can*. .. 1''
..... .
PlotJa tile folknrla dawHUd .
Dodo c.tr '1_ Daa c-tr. Flarala.Clnoit '1, Pan I*. ta the araaartr slimmed
1:5..11: Cent .... ( Cnori led) bang t and 4 of KROMI AVENUE Cttr af .....1. Dan of a* DUo wanat ta Dad Cant*. Florida, la-will
;' Day aTERRIiT. y Br N 0. TERRBTT, D C. 'i|ADDITION anaardla* to ... plat thwnfta N. le ft. Late Ml. BMt **, LawMa I i
I"..-.c.: ., Jest, 7. ,J'i."i) tires II. M. jab ,. ,.. l,44t r..erd.A rial Book I at Mm IT< af Tk. aa* ma! af laid. amaiiU- stator- ..... Lead Co. ...... Plot bank I. Pan I
I:the Pawls -....-. .& p.4. --.- _- the MId OarUfloata signed was hi the 14.: this Cry at -. Cray af Dado w
I W,6 same af 11.._ V>b*. amid OrtttLahall at Florida, .. mkraoad ta cae"N"ate
\' : Law t. mt M Block I tT1 nE ... W taluaiaod aowrdla I* Jaw. M*. ttin. Tics amaia : MANOR, wnvdlw *.. .... wt lhanafr we Amid will loom N...., w tile ISIS aador e6mow OortlfhaM' to* .'
.tor Ptiklto ...... af Bad. Covey Flea Voted thin W Ay ., lma, A. D. M n. "::1'*. Blk. M. UwMIM > 1 l
!W*. H... Clat Land Oa. .oK, Pat want "
" I Ixinriaikltaf' H. A. CAMERON 1L a. LIATBERMANBClark : ; .. P... 4*. ta .M Cr .. II""".. CaM :,
I ADDITION aaoardlaa-, tk* plat thn*. af Console OaarV of Da>, Disks af rtorhta. a* ....fwwdk 'l4
af tww did la Plat Monk T at pan IT af Dad Comedy ....... '.) Ortk>aa Ma ttlT*. Tk* Miaiwoulof ,
DEFENSE Ik* Paklli Ra.... af ode ratv Da. (Clarets Covn Sad) OEM aj.nm ...... she saw Ckrtlfl. t.
i{ OF L. M JORMBOIf. a C.:: d v k.,1.
i : I>* 1. >. I wad d. ...... t af rWC.IIURfT .1 U.W *. 1*. *$, M. )&l 5. 1M4Dated ) 4i..wan.: .:". allow k* p.d"WAA *- 'I
ADDITION aaeardtiie ta eke pat. aaairdlae to law. kM flood wIN ,
\ tkmof nrd /. Plat took I al aanII 1.w Saw to satisfy said dean Morning M the ..lit.., at lr,. ,':
.f Ik* ....... Bn.iai.at Dad Cmoa. kh lot* dar .f ,*.a*. A. D. A. O. 144.
". i.... Data! tkto atk .. af i_ A. tX U** 1
I : 4 I and ', tact W af TOWN or lOIDf. acftAMuxa. B. BX tBATHMtMAM.Clark .
:\ :*e. "ALt-oirri 1lOMUTED| ,Mmrdb* I* tka alattlWTMf Mara'ta Chaa.irf, a* etna C.1.,. ;
m. .4 ta PIM Boot 4 at fan .U'c..I1A _Zs !>* Coavtr, FVKda..
" "AID N .f the Mir BMrd. af Dad ...,. .BofcVUor far (Onafl a Mrl Nan5anlxtca *:
Uoa* 14, M, '(. SIte Br L.IANTED ... lO notf. ft A, ;j 11
TO YOUR EYES 1 1W LaeldaLit.. h 14 ... II. Sba afrdlaTta '
I PAUSE ADOmONalal ., tk* ...uua..n..unannn: > M .......... ... .., tkonof ramrood ta Plat Bo* < al
deeda.at Yam stn CUOMO.. f.m.llll i pail H W th*, Pica. Leads ot Dad.Coootr. .
'''' wit PbrUa.Lou
-- 11 now ,.. "tark I af ROYAL :
7 \ / : 'AI-X 'AbDITION a<* nNnr to the alalrarordod ..
J t......., ta Pas Book Bat Verna
----- '..B JlJI 41 d *. roUta Ba atd at Dodo CoaWy,

'ji (; ) I or* FIRST' "A. UMl 1* ., TATCU. RIDCR.i P .RrIAN .L DIES..ANY' QUANTITY! R 1
J your I t i PALI Ar>01THX K-rordlat M th. sass, & J. llaW* .J
DEFENSE lh.avd rxoM H Ptat Book t.f van we 'wy.I1yg1iest Prices
__ LIHE of *. of the. fuklK > Mrr al Pad taW, l I -
I".W... bait of love t-t iMlf *.. doe/: -

BRACKING ._vaarta... 1*.*f Towa.M the >IT T.nka Saws>al tj7UR 'PAN ASSOCIATE GROWERS '

r .I .1 1.- fant alailli(.>. arm awn 'a".i..t KeRdall, Pleat

pots .. afir.loU ...
VeeaWai&et Orf af she H an* DtowW2U .... all tk* 4a..... ......../ Pt.oMI J 43-2100" i '
MIAMI AVI MIAMI aeperu.a..w tk..ea b.IsSloe .. '.
., ,...... ,M." I .. <. at 1U say, aSo ---... Bow Elfl gdi."

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: 13-otuue daughter JUDe M at visit with relative I J ee.Cavef returned. from South Mix. Lawn Thompson ,pad'
Your Dates With James Archer Smith Hospital I Mr. and Mr Wilbur Lee of Ft, America but week end hit Saturday Wade Thompson Mt Sunday, for
i"M/a. Crib) t* the former<< Miss Nellie Lauderdale) waited..ftriend here! for Atlanta and Virginia il/ two-week visit with their brother
: ;I Uncle SamL.N..N.NNNNNNiN..N.MN.N *Mat<< M nla. Friday. I''I whore Jw Flu Join his wile ,. Cut:: Howard Thorapsoa, at
A seven and A half pound Mr. and Mn. HudoJph M IUoo Phyllis EMU: and Virginia NeiO Orlando! Air Bate.
i MZATS. FAIS-Red 10-polnt daughter WM born to Mr. and l lot Ft Pierce visited relative here;i.... spending! two weeks with Mr. Mrs, P. A. Bowman of Miami
stamps Al through W8 food In- Mrs., Wiyland Demere *f Chokeo -i:over the _It-m4. ,I i and Mr*. L. J. Walkup 4n Per, and her daughter, RhodeJTeu
definitely. XI, Yl. Z8 become balk on June 24. I i Mr. and Mr. Roy NelU and!I rime were week-end. guests. of Mrt': X
I food July S. I Mr.. Philip D. Ream of Jome.I funny returned Thursday from Mra. Aaron Sackett and Mr J. Rhode
( PROCESSED GOODS-Blue 10- stead was a medical patient this I tat Bend N. C;where they via{i W/ H. Mcdoud of Miami ;were Mr. and Mrs. J. Si: Caves visited -
I J point stamps Al through VI food week. lied reUtive*. week-end guests at the horn of Mr. and ,Mrs. A. B.. LangI am'
Surgical patients Included Mr*. j jI Mr. and Mr. L. E. Fonyth, | in New Smyrna this week.HOMESTEAD .
,t Indefinitely. Wf, XI, Yt, Zt andAS I Grover Becker or Key Wet I is ,
Mrs Marian Crouch
Jesse :
become food July 1. Yeary I vialllnf relative here for a few
and Howard Green of Miami.Jerald
f SUGAR-Sump* 30, 11 and 12la I day
Book Four food Indefinitely Clenney of Homestead I I Mr. and Mra. Charles Clinton .
for five pounds. underwent I tonsiUectomy. ''cane: from Key Wet to spend I '
Stamp 40 good for I pound of """ .... ,Wednesday. add Thursday at their SKATING RINK
: tanning sugar through Tab 21 01' ,home here.Mra. .

t for next canning year.' Spare lUlU tamp until IT Mir.food 1, FLORIDA By Wtrrtne Serer CITY, :dill week. Frank from MichaUkl Montgomery returned Ala.,I Afternoon, 3:30'to .:._....'..,,........_.,...:?...35c

: :i t 1M3. ,where) aha visited her parent, Mr. Night, 7:3Q: to 9...?.M45c
i i SHOES-Alrpl.n. stamp. 1 led and Mr*. W. T. Everage for lev- Night, 9 to 10:30: ......................35c
> food Indefinitely Mr Antone Weldon returned ,
'oral ct.,..
: OASOLlNt-A-10'coupons food from Arkansas Jut week. 'Master Sgt Richard M.tUon ,Rental of Skates Included)

I f! through rUEL Aug. I. Mrs. George J:. Deuert health arrived Saturday for a vltit of, Sunday 3,to 6 and 9.to' 11
OIL-Period* 4 and I* reported bat greatly Improved several, week with Its mother,
coupon remain foc4 through Mr.*. Slam Mattaon,' and Iii sister N. FIerier Ave. 0..... Duo
': 'I r BeptlO. Mr. Charles Carpenter of Baltimore Mr John Becker Sgi Matt-j ,J _
\ \ has arrived for a two-week ion has served overseas 20 month

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: HOMESTEADContinued
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John Arrant, Homestead patrol.
r' ; Bun baa accepted employment asA :
: I! civilian guard at the naval! Sale'of
1 pumping! station test Florida City. ; . Notice of .
Week-end guests of. the Rev. .
L: and Mrs'L 8. Crantford were Mr.
i Ji and Mr* W. V. :Taylor of Chattanooga -
" : .. and Mr, and Mrs Tom
,))..err Norton of Fort Pierce. .
t Mr*. VT. I;. Turner and children Foreclosed Lois :
will leave July 1 for a vacation .
o, I' at Moody Farms IB North
t Carolina. I
, Mn. Harvey Newton of Miami G
: pent last week-end with her
:. ,t Carl*. Mr.Johnson and Mrs of J. D.Ludlnaton.j Wywng./ The?9.ty. of Homestead has foreclosed on the: lets hereinafter

u:. f here Mlchu,this who winter spent at ttveral the home month of I described and the same will be sold at public auction ,at ,the front: ,door

his Johnson teMn-lsw, ,has been, ill Mn In a Hilda Ludt of the City Hall on JULY 3,1944 between the hews of .11:00: A.,M.swd

't'\ If XfV,'' home toftcn, hospital since: his return 2:00: P. M. The sale will be to the highest ,Wd4erforcask: .,;.... themaster's :

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* IIJ,. Gus CrOmartie of Chosen spent I : .
t It tan week-end here and accom- deb will be delivered to the pur haser.
.:f 'I" wanted Mr*. Cromartle: home from 1)7 1) .'-
i : .
. a visit with her brother and *-' .
ter-ln-fcw, Mr, and Mn. Cecil
.': Walker The let to be sold are as follows,'to-wit: .: "' .

, \ ; JAMES ROfTITAI.AKCRE KCVTS SMITH Lots r /35, 37, 38ud, 40 of WALBRIDGE; ',ADDmpN.: :v;* .

f.; ;' ( are Pvt the and parent Mr*. Ormond of I five-pound D. Cash Lots"38 and 39 of SEVILLA ADDITION. > .,.'. ." V

r rerrteavl,_ I I ,"""Lot? 15 and 16, Block: 4 of ROYAL PALM- ADDITION. :,' :C

CAB SERVICE ufc3 and 4 of KRONE AVENUE'ADDITION.., : ..- .

j M naeaoable gates Lets 19 and 20, Stock 6 of FISKE MANOR. :s < .

Bay ph B<'...>.._ 9168NJcltt Lets. 7, 8 aid t ef IL-A: CAMERON ADDITION ., 5, R : "

fi Phone __ atIIGIIE8TUD Lete, 1,2,3' a44, Bteci 11.of PIOTHUB8T AmITION.r,;; : .

N i r. a fls.ar.y.cD >iII.'t'IaI' I Lets 4, 5 and 6, ,Block 10 of ,TOWN,'OF ,HOMESTEAD,, .

Lets 12,13,14 and 15, Block'2 of BARBER' ADDITION; . '/

FrienaiyIrsy9a Jc Lets 13 and H Block 3 .of:ROYAL:PALM Dom t } .. :

,:ocrviccfK <- -* Let A, Block 10"of TATUftTS RIDGEDALE,AMHWIf;;" "

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1 f'as '/ 'the BsssaftJsT east sfVUAlTssW', Ai WsCl vsBssssssM ** ;T kUfl. | i.171: ... _.

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? We .know that a. family seeks sold be pree t'at the sale. 'I -, f.\" 1- ,,
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friet They. need to be relieved DATED ':" ,H( 'Aiy, of aiW, ...., .' < :.
of very jreutine detail of coune. -
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