Title: The leader-enterprise
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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: July 7, 1944
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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: VID00654
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
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Market First Avocados CAMPAIGN BEGIN JULY 15 1!

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From $600,000. Industry;'' WITH $"JOOING OF POISON 1'1



now First! to shipment roll to market are beginning from the 1-.-E.- Limey- ,- Survivor- of Yorktown, THROUGH REDLAND DISTRICT !

9,800 acres of Dade County avo-
ado which thould gross about' New Pastor of Goulds Stone ChurchThe '
$ 00.000 this year, according to A plea for the enlistment of
predictions of County Agent Cha< Rev. S. E. Llniey,, tailor-. ..Aw 1,000, JAMAICANS every South Cede resident In a
H. Steffani. Coming In now with preacher who survived the link campaign to destroy 1,000,000
the Fucha and the Pollock, this ing of the aircraft carrier "York S PING NORTH: disease-carrying fooddestroyingrats
trait should be steadily on the town" at Midway, June,4, l'4t was made this week by
market until December and Ian and took part In the Coral Sea and Frank W SUlunao, chairman of y
uary when the Taylor, the Lula Midway battles, hat assumed the FOR FARM I WORK the South Dad rat elimination ti
and other late strains come to maturlty pastorate of the AaaambUet' of drive which win begin July 19 'q
Cod Church Couldt. Mr. and of the medical ,
at tranefer: this wcelr of 1,000 Jamaican under the sponsorship -
Competition of the Cuban crop Mrs. Limey and their ll-month- division of the Dad County
tin resulted In a temporary mar- I old daughter, Cena May, make s q field bands to northern Defense Council. >
ket depression, growers tar, but 'their home at lit N.W. lard at firming center has reduced the The strategy It for simultaneous ,
the new crop la at large or larger Ifl Miami where MrTlmzfy ia !population of the Oouldi ramp to placement throughout the area I
than that of lilt year and the clarinetist in the, Seventh Mav l approximately three hundred men f'On.Could' to Florid city of _,,,j
quality la 'very" good _Avocado District Band. it was learned yesterday Lack Clf. red squill a rat poison harmless .,
appeal to I general market rather Although lie hat served "as aaUtant > transportation had built up to to children and to pets, Mr. Still* :
than to localized arts at do man- pastor in l m1he 1.SOO the population *< the camp,. man said Such a.program will
'.bI. It was.pointed out (.Continued on 'Page Tour), Growers are being urged I by One hundred men were tent I ation In which local civic club
Mr Steffani to teak protective Saturday and 400 on Sunday to and casualty ttationa ,are taking :'
legislation ,for the Industry' 'Uml- DISTRICT BOND .1 farming treat near the lead by appointing committees -
lar to the citrus fruit juice-con Md.. and Canton, H.entown'l to help in the work. Lions
tent law which prevent the flooding ington Ashtabula Club worker are listed by Mr ,
of tale outlet with immature SALES ROCKET A 200-rnan squad wat Stlllman tt: Walter Waist, Chaa.
fruit The marketing of green Urd y to Travis, Mich., and 306 Pratt, 1... L Doolittl, A. W.
avocado doe the grower a disservice -. PAST $363,500 REV S. E I4NZEY I more are dated to leave tomorrowfor (Continued on Page Four)
by causing purchaser to . serve In navy at Miami Greensboro, Del 'J
form I dislike for the fruit he' ----
II,. Fifth War Loan bond sale of Will AIR BASE STAGES "
I the First National Bank of Homestead Card Sound Draw Be Left Open 1


MORTON MAKES I j I quota Thursday totaled of,$224,000.far above WJ4.950 Sales the at at bsnk's noon the I As State Ends, Monroe Rejects Upkeep I 'FOURTH OF JULY

Homestead post office for I like At midnight Friday, June '0, the bridge t.ndeis would be too DRESS PARADE
JULY 4 ADDRESS period were .82S. state road department Clued costly to the county.; I I
A sound truck from the Miami operation of the Card Sound Fund for the construction of 4
TO LIONS CLUB U. S. army recruiting station bridge on the old Overseas Highway lateral roads connecting with the The Fourth of July was observed I
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I' toured Homestead streets Wednesday and at the tarn time, the new highway will be set up at Homestead Army AirField
to promote,the purchase ofbonds Monroe County Commission declined I the Monroe County' b'l with a drill parade which
.. Committee were named by thenew at the civilians mean.of to accept responsibility forth say Chairman 3. Frank I was reviewed by Col. BrlntnaU
president, John R. Craves, at flgljtlng shoulder to shoulder with tpan'i upkeep on the ground I Col. (;eo. Bro_1 of the United H. Merchant, commanding officerof
the Tuesday. .night. meeting of_theRedland th* armed force that maintenance of the two State army engineers at Miami tile field, and his staff Col
District Lima lUD. Beach said that the drawbridgemust I I Merchant made an address atres
Speaker were Win. C. Morton, Slate 'Prelude to Pearl Harbor' Talk be kept open for navigationeven Ing the relation of the field to the
mniiiter of the Homestead Church I though it''entailed closing Invasion and commending the
of Christ who gave an Inspirational For Rotes by Former Korea Resident : tM,bridge to vehicular traffic. .1 I field personnel for their part. lathe
talk on.the Declaration ofIndependence Irf a resolution passed at lastmonth's war effort
and Frank IJ'OUP'.IetOIIIration w.' Committee, appointment for the flee on June U. Frank W. Still. aession, the state road department Highlight of the parade was the
Ufl ran who asked the designated tile new mesa salute rendered at retreat
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year w announced atWednesday1 man bead Of the South Dad pro
In the rat elimination Oversea Highway as the official sounded for the lowering of the
gran) la the Dad County unit'irat
campaign which will be begun meeting of the: followed by the firIng
control campaign, outlined to stat road 4A, and provided that garrison flag -
July II by South Dado groups Homestead Rotary Club by President the club plane and objects of the all Oversea Highway maintenance of the cannon* Each: unit on
(Continued Pat row) Ben Archer who of- the baa represented the
ost took drive* detailed elsewhere la money be spent on the new was Jn
these column thormizhfar (Continued on Pas Four)

Gasoline Ration Records Now Dr. Phil Wstgate,
Open new program
I : I District IOn
committee. chairman announced 4 Mango Experts Take Part
To Public Inspection. Says Board that "Prelude to Pearl Harbor"
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would be the topic of* talk to be Program; of West Palm Beach Forum In
Gasoline ration records are open Arrest Face l\fotorf.tsl given at next week'*.meeting by
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now to public Inspection, ..ccordtn Who Have No Tax Stamps j I the Rev. Bruce A. dimming, wheI < pus sotutui id nirA AM Kev West Sailor KilledAs
Jo an announcement made i I I spent several yean at a mission- put Pi* /isAfpedsu ajodt
this week by the local war price Round-up wOl begin today of try In.Korea before the present IJtgs aonwt' egg JO pastanlR lisle Cycle Crashes Truck

and rationing board. all motorist who have failed to war. Kilo Pus qaiLCj 't '9u : .fans Geo. t. Reith, JO-year-cld:
The announcement follows: purchase the fS federal motor The, club't committee is announced I solueta tpmA o| spetui put tailor from the Key Vest naval
"It U the established policy Of vehicle tat sticker, say C. R. by the president' Wed. taeeeeip oo sniods peapauioH t* station, wet killed early Monday
the Office of Price Administrationto Caves, deputy collector of the bureau neadsy are aa follows nonets 1Q111JHd1l: )'I cfqlli morning on th* Oversea Highway
ration gasoline to nleghbor by; of internal revenue. Aim and objects-Ben Archer all JO Patti \q.na\ 0 'oao 'aU tout of Florida City when his '.
neighbor within the rule laid Sine July 1 motorist have been (chairman ex officio), E. B 'IJlmpQI spools sot motorcycle crashed Into an unlighted .
down in the regulation That I required to display the stamp on Blackburn Roy Chandler, Geo. N. tuluoiJuoa tui iqojd *nojA sot truck owned by the mil
polq'requIreI the weighing of; every motor vehicle which la used (Continued onrPag Four) MTVMTP 0} ipeea wi a SM ill| road department C C Marsh of
individual need: the light of i on the highway.: Stamps have I Xepja\seX plH wnjoj otueut *ma Homestead 85, who had charge r
local condition result I* the been on sale at the Homesteadpost Captain's Bars Awarded sappog3ns ouna JBX>J mop at the truck It being held In the
granting of mileage to the Individual. office since" June 10 and wIDnaU.ble First Lt. Edward BooneFirst lq: pi sajdej sass won trail county jail pending the Inquest
vitamin of
content the fruit and
b*' there up until July which, It It thought, win, be held
"Ia that such .method Is, by It, say Postmaster S. Z. Living Lt Edward Boon of the Juke Tower of Homestead spokeon in Ky West under naval auspice
Its very nature, bound fax cause I ston. ; Homestead Army Air Field has propagation Keith's companion. another sail- i'"
suspicion of fayoritlam In torn ; Driver. are advised .to record been promoted to till rank of Other speaker were David on Edward J. Lavatur, was In-
,Instance, It it entirely proper the ....1.1IlUmberi of their,. captain. Captain Boone 1* public SUrrock* superintendent of the lured W hit motorcycle, aIM .
(Continued m Page Four) ttamptiat protection .,1InIt-1oII relation officer at the field. (Continued on Page Four) struck the truck,



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.*::.. Paws Two HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE. '- Mr 7.13

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,.. ... ,... I Friend here .wer.advised'this U. i M.. K. .Jicobs Missing Miss Elizabeth Uu J
!week of the light wounding of From 'ATC Base in India Dies Tn ]7J
1ft OUR MEN IN SERVICE O, C Sailors of Homestead, who 'LexingtonS'
t I!I la serving with the army In the First U Murray JC. Jacops Word baa been receivedetfi(,
'Italian campaign. who was tor ten months stationed| the death of Miss ;;KU__:
.. .. .. .... ; at Homestead Army Air Field has Hughes on July a In the' Gaak
: -'-- II James Jackson son of Mr. and I been reported missing in action at Samaritan Hospital In Lexingtr ,

Caplinger DescribesBougainville PROMOTED: TO CORPORAL Mrs L. F Jackaon, was enrolled' hit base In India Ky. Mia Hughes whose. 11911III
'. Chapel F C. Stevens, Jr. has been promoted July 1 at Mercer: University In Lt. Jacob home li In Ogden,I was In LouUvllle was frequent:
to corporal In the U. S visitor her
at the home
Utah. of
Macon Ga. under the naval V-S her
The dedication of a chapel on Marine Corps CpL Stevens, a program. James I* a It44 gradual brother-in-law and sister, 1 Mr"anf'
I Bougainville "to our comrade ton of Mr. and Mrs. Stevens of Mrs. H. E. Schaff.
of Redltod High School
wu described In a recent letter Princeton, attended Kedland High where he starred In basketball LEGEND PLANE Mr. and Mr. Schaff, who"
1 home by He Robert W. Capllngt School before enlisting In March and other athletic activities. vacation at their lummerYtfi*
USMC, who hM beeu In the of IMS He took boot training at r 0 0 0 in Hendersonville were with Mir\

[ Pacific for more than a year. Parrla Island, S. c.. and has been Jack Barnes, 17-year-old son of LANDS AT BASE Hughes at the time of her dwth.1
"Th furniture li made of dative attending aviation machlnlat .
Mr and Mr. J. D. Barnes Wit
mahogany which la not mat*'* school in Memphis, Tenn. Death Takes -Da1.0a
near sworn Into the army air force FRO I OVERSEASHomeatead
ly to pretty ai our Florida mahogany I July 1 and will be called for Charlene Fortcnbcr tJ
Pvt. Paul J. Gomel t* making
he writes "and the training after his eighteenth birthday
Catholic and Protestant altars and I satisfactory recovery from wounds Hi older brother David, Field July 6-Although Charlene Ann Fortenberry,rijfct'dayold
." suffered in the Italian campaign, running mate of the daughter of Mr and Mn.VChat.
the roof are made of bamboo. will report for Induction on July
his father 0. C. GotMU, civilian Memphl Belle" former record E Fortenberry. and grad4
PIG CapUnger U the 17.
younger employee at Homestead Field fir daughter Mr*. J. E Close,'
o 0 holder of the moat missions and dMf
aon ef Mr. and Mr*. J:. 8. Cap-
department, has bee advised by number of Nazi plane pneumonIa July 4. la JacknaU
linger of Homestead. Ulrlc Vlhlen, son ef Mr and greatest ,
t. . telegram and confirmatory letters' Mr*. ILL Vlhlen. 1* receiving naval downed, "The Duchess," a recent Memorial Hospital ImM
Crl'm'the United Stale War Department The Rev. L. B. Crantford !
check-In Homestead Field pa-
at ,
First Lt. Thomas A Collins ft boot training at Camp Peary was !
Mon Hospital, Swannanoa, N. C, 0 Itea te. V*. not eclipsed: by her wing ihlp'a tor of the First Baptist Church ot*
Homestead
and :Mr*. Collins art announcingthe . 0 fame aa the was the creator of , conducted tuners t
I birth of a son, Thomaa At- Chief Boatswain's Mats Harry Seaman Dudley K.: Hill, USN. the legend of the ship that services by the gravea.d: In Pait)
kiita Collins, Jr on June 17. His Lee PInder USN.. Is stationed now of Jacksonville 1* her on leave dropped her bomb loan on target Cemetery Naranja. Turner M
V' weight was Mveh .pound, two In the #British Me InvMon.vhere he: at' the home of hi* mother, Mrs. after the death of her bombardier. neral Home had charge of i
played aijlsrtJn the He' rangements.Lance .
ounces Evelyn O. Hill. Her puzzled crew explained the
'. . had served for approximately a . 0 myatry by suggesting that either
;. Warrant Officer Odd. H: Sull.r year In Km Nerth African theatre T-Sgt. Norman R. FlUhugh eon bombardier Lt. Jack Mathla, kept Infant DauirhterL
i van USA,who ha been.on duty before his1 transfer Mr*. PIn- of I. L. Fltzhugh of Homestead, alive by auperhuman! .effort after Hurled Here on Friday]

t ; ,outside the United States, spentseveral I I.der making the former her home Miss here Edna with Booth her, has been enrolled in the enlisted ahell blasted the ahlp' nose or The Infant daughter of Mr.7nd1
day her with his lam. radio repairmen' court In the that the bomb circuit were open
parent, iNland Mrs. V7 J,Booth Mr*. Robert Lance died Jun*.tt|
;, 'tly this weak before reporting to and I employed In the office of I armored school communications and the bombardier' body fell at James Archer Smith Hospital'!
.': "Treat Palm Beach for reassign department at Fort Knox, Ky. The against tilt control during the Funeral riles were held June Mi
the Homestead 'city clerk.
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.ment. I armored school commanded by bomb'ng run, releasing them. at Palm Cemetery Naranja'un.
0 Brig Gen. P .M. Roblnett Is one Operating out of England as- I '
0't' Pvt. Chas. V. Biondo, eldest!/ son der the direction of Turner: -
Taking part In the Invasion li"Pic. of Mr. and Mr*. Philip Biondo, of the largest of such training In. member of the. Hell' Angels' i neral 'Home.Stat. .
James Sullivan who it serv. I write from Italy that he ha*,seen stitutlona In the world and annually bombardment group the old girl
log with an anti-aircraft outfit Rome, and recently spent several graduate thousands' of fought through 85 minions and ... a war weary. ,
(' Pic. Sullivan I* a son of Mr. and hour In the Eternal City where! specialists and technicians to downed 11 Nazi plane, until age Pilot of the ferry crew *tbTj
,c Mr*, p. H. Sullivan. he viewed the Coliseum, the balcony serve with the powerful armored caught up with her through her brought her home, Ll Edwin Bj
,
. from which Muuollnl'was division and separate tank de becoming outmoded by newer sitter Belts, of Barton Pea said that she j

CpL Roberta Harrison WAC wont to speak and other polrita of tachments. ships, and the returned to the still handled well.
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u link training plane operator from Interest .

Marianna Fla., recently spent ley 0 ..
test days her with her parents, Ma). Chas. S. Glenn, USAAF
Mr. end Mr A. U Home, and Instructor at Pyote Tex Hew to
her daughter Betty Anne. Fort McPherson, Ca. last week to
yrt + . visit a brother Pvt. Robert Glenn
Aviation Cadet John M. Brown. ARE YOUR POCKETS
i Jr who I* confined to the camp
\ Jr. ha been transferred from Big hospital there following an oper
\1' \tsSprings. ;Tex.. to San Antonio forpreflight ation. Another brother Aviation
I"- +.
training., Cadet Roger Glenn la stationednow k

r' ,. Pfc. Richard* 'fiigger*. USMC. at Cochran Field, Macon, for ;
"Veteran of action in the Pacific further training. STRIPPED FOR ACTION ?

r. ,theatre, I II here on furlough at I John M. Martin Jr, S S-: USN.
q the home of his mother M *. recently wa home on 10-day
Georgia Bigger He cam her leave after completing boot training -I
from Oakland, Cal., where: he at Camp Peary Va, Seaman
t:. .spent several week In the naval Martin Is stationed now at Shoe-

'., hospital after returning to the maker, CaL ,
SUtta Pfc. Bigger attended 0 0 "
Homestead High School before en. Cpl. WlUard Barnes, USA.1 son
;:k Hating with the Marine with of Mr. and Mrs. Chat Barnes of f
If> whom he saw action at Bougalnv'lle Homestead was with Mark Clark's;I '
and other Pacific stepping- troops in their triuraphMt passage

;. .. atones to Toklo. through Rome. ..."M, wa a
tJ,' a 0f"
wonderful experience, ne wrotehis la
Charles Cowman and Arnold parents "to march Yo Mctlwaln were recently added to army through liberated 1 j tk t
.the crowing; list of Homestead city. . ." ..
'\ boy who are receiving naval . 0 '1

,boot training at Camp Peary, Va. Sill Walter C. Kaschel, son of
,Some of the other there art Jack Edward Kaschel la being transferred

I .Kemp Robert Mann, Vine Vlhl I tftfCalifornla from Fort_
n and Torn Harris, Jr Leonard Wd, Mo. I Il'
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-July"l,19HOMESTEAD.LEADER AND ENTERPRISE. Page Three. .
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LesW Archer-,- who -had complete ""J.'H. Robert*'returned'yesterday Mrs.-Philip1' sPriz rel' left br.
his premed studies at the to Winter Have after a brief I.plan Sunday to spend a week:
University of Maryland and had visit here wl h'hla children, Mr. Mr. Springer who I* em- '
In and Ground taken his physical for the navy, and Mn. J. Hx-fUftetta, Jr. and ployd by the Reed and Martin
was notified last week that he had Mr. and Mn. KVwiand Roberta. i Shark Extract Company in St.pctenburg. '
been admitted to the George -- : Her tons, Philip ,{
Homestead Washington University college of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hall of Mickey and Johnny, have been ill wt
Medicine a year ahead of the time Bartow were week-end guests of recently with flu. 4
for which he was listed. He plan the Rev and Mrs. Bruce A. Curnmlng. -'
to enter the service a* a cadet In Mr*. Zen Martin Mr Bruce
the medical reserve. Bailey, and Mrs Martlql
Mr*. C. J. Parman left Wednesday Mrt. Boy Darby returned home: Pvt and Mn. Lawson Walker ew Wm. Buckner, left Sunday for
for the horn of her on-ln- Saturday from Huntington, W. V*., Miss Griffle Blair left Sundayfor and Mr. and"Mrs. Leon Hillard, Birmingham and Mobile, Ala. -y
law and daughter, Mr. and Mr*. where she witnessed the marriage' a three-month vacation at her spent the week-end In West Palm where they will make a brief
John Trey of Toledo O. to be of her son, Robert Willett to Mitt home in Calert Ala. Beach as guest of relative of' visit.
with Mn. Frey who will undergo Ethel Chlnn. fa route home she Mn. Billiard/
an operation. Mr. Parman hat returned vlaited In Charlotte, N. C.. and Mrs Amos Westberry and sons, I' Mr. and Mr*. Fred Colbura of
from a six-week trip to Columbia, S, C. Lawrence Billy and Ernest will Mr. and Mn. Frank Bernecker Fort Pierce have been visiting
Hot Spring, Ark, Philadelphia, return Sunday from a visit In hive gone to Virginia when they their 101I and daughter-tn-law. lit'
Toledo and other point In the this The Ber-' Mr. and Mr*. Bert Colbura. : I IaetlU'l1lf
Mr*. T. Jt, Harris and Mn.James Arcadia. will;tarm summer.
North, necker.fiohlldren, Elaine and
Wollam and her ton Bobby horn last week from '
" Brooker returned Wednesdayfrom Mr Art Reichert Is spendingthe Charles! keanalned here with an took part ,'
'j. Mr. and Mr Casper William Mr and Mrs' Bradenton where they
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a three-week visit with relatives summer In Cincinnati, 0.. and uncle and aunt .
left Sunday to vlalt for a week In In Macon. Logansport Ind. Frank f Henderson. I (Continued, on.. .Page Eight,
: Durham, N. C., with their aon-ln- -- --,-- ,-- ---,,.-, - -- - -- -- -- ---- -
law And daughter Dr. and Mr*. 1 '
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j' E. J. Graham and later to visit .
.in Clarkvllle, Pa., with Mrs. Wil- Officers: STATEMENT OF CONDITION
',. llama mother, Mr. Elizabeth .

'Y,. StulU Mia Helen Livingston I* ill at MAX President'LOSNEE. THE FIRST NATIONAL, BANK OF HOMESTEAD

" home on N.W. Third ft THOS. B. KIEBT HOMESTEA IT, FLORIDAComptrollerY'Ctll j
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'. Mr: and Addax Jacob and I First Vice-President .

' ton, Billy, left Sunday to spend I E. A. CARTER J
.'. several week In Maynenville, Second Vice-President .aJUNE 30; IN*
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RESOURCES

Mist JHeanor Sullivan Is employed A. E. CAMPBELL Loans and Discounts ... :: .................................__-........... $232,487.48

in the state road depart- Cashier Federal Reserve Bank Stock .........................-....... ......._.. 2,150.00

ment office! on S Krome ave. COMA DAVIS DELUNCEE Banking House ...............:-"* *.,,................_...........:...._.. 9,718.00

Mr*. Kelsey-B:- 'Gardner of ......t Cashier Furniture & Fixtures ......torn............. 3,380.00

Washington D. C. and children, Other Assets (Accrued Interest and Prepaid Expense..... =77
Ann and John Kelsey are visiting U. S. Government Secures $1,569,247.19State
here'with Mr*. Gardner's mother
Mr*. H. H. Ewtnj. 1 and County Bondsi/ ........r. 44,367.50
-'j Beard *f Directors Municipal Bonds ....?. 22,969.83

Miss Katherine Orfanede E. A. CARTER Cash on Hand and Due from Banks. 928,036.19
accepted employment at the
Homestead Army Air Field. I Grower '

I JA8. W. ENGLISH $2,812,883.96 ,.
S. J. Lynch returned Saturday I LIABILITIES
Publisher and
froma business trip to Naples, Newspaper Capital Stock ._........................... $30,000.00
Theatre _Opentor,_
Fort and
Palm Sarasota Beach. Myer West ? Surplus ....._.,..........................,..-......_./.._..."-s... 43,000.00,
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I. TUOS.e! KIRBY : Undivided Profits ........._..._......:...:...'-.'._..:......:_.,............ 7171.56

Mr. and Mn. L> F. Jackson and : Vtce.President Reserve for Contingencies .;.......W.............'............ 3,278.64

ton mer, Tom.in North are Hampton spending,the Ind.sum Mr. i MAX.SOONER Other Liabilities ........._............_...,.._......../e..... 2,571.50

Jackson It coach at Bedland High 'President Deposits ..,.... ........ 2,726,867.26
School and Mrs Jackson is reg-
iftrar of Homestead High. 1 I MONROE LO8NEE $2,812,888.96
(On leave of absence

Min Mary Jo Close hap been in V. S. Army) RESOURCES JUNE 30, 1944..._. $2,812388.9
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returned Archer Smith to her.home Hospital from where James she ANDY TEEBVKO RESOURCES JUNE 30, 1943... 1926051.70

underwent emergency operationfor : Retail MerchantA. INCREASE OVER LAST YEAR................... $ 886837.26
acute,appendlclti I
I F. WEBB MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM

Mn. L. B. Crantford, Mines I I Homestead Furniture Co. MEMBER rEDEBAL- DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
Mary Frances and Ruth Rutland
and Carey Crantford made up al i ......
swimming party on the Fourth at 1----- ---- --

Matheson Hammock Beach. I I .

Capt; C. O. Brown has returned 1
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from a three-week furlough spentIn
Chicago and other point '!1f1
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Illinois. I: REDLAND BRAND91J0

Mrs. H. A. Amen his returned
from a two-week visit with relatives .
In Quitman Ca. She was
mn'M Percy .
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KImbrell who I* a house guest st I'
the Amsn home

Mr. and Mrs Arthur Fogle. Jr.
Consult about fertilizer requirements ,
Mn. H. A. Aman and Mr* Percy us your -
KlmbreH' spent the Fourth of

. July In Key West- I I .. for the,coming year. .

Mr. and Mrs. Jess Cossman: '
'came from Key West this week for i ,' '
Due and short-
to government regulation
a visit with their ton-ln-law and: .
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lon Snlf- .. -

Sin, who home are on living W Mowry In the rd.Gasman Mr.-, ages of several materials we will not be able to

Gossman spent several dart here.
but Mrt. Gotsman will remain for, make ALL of our regular mixtures. But we will
several weeks.

Mrs.. W. 't.-Watkins and children -I do our best to supply as near as possible what .
I ,Wayne and Linda have been
visiting at the home of Mrt. Wat-I will need. {"*'
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Mr. and Mr-Joe. C. Gauxen_ of
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past six months, when UT were ,,
HOMESTEAD) LEADER! D-DAY BOND DRIVE which"WhIle,belongs it is to neither all desirable, j j'reported for the entire state. '* "

AND ENTERPRISE: By Annie MaThew Fitzpatrick nor possible permit Indiscriminate Definitely proved a carrier ot';,
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,. board records typhus and bubonic plague tbe.
f 1 .*...... to let' Those bonds you bought In the first drive the amount access to-the of mileage grantedapplicants rat is a suipect also la several"'

b June 30 1944 Is new tropical diseases which art ,
,........... Prune. --., H* Have but eight years to go. after i making their appearance In the .
.. w a. lIMo P.ddhhar. e..ye ,r. And hare missed vciUble upon request I
you the cash you loaned? "The records covering the grantIng county, Mr. StiUman says. ,

The answer: Is, "Why, no.' of tires have been available I Each rat causes a $2 economic "
an Antrj : loss yearly by destruction of food.. ,
since the Inception
for Inspection
public
;rq Pseesas w .....* You've liked the way your chest sticks out el rationing |, stuffs and materials, Mr. Still-
lyAa7la.il AMU man points out, and this K
LM Recalling what "It Is the opinion of the local seen
F ...... you bought situation
be alarming
to an rats
I as
that this new regulation
board
MART' RaULt O'e1fDlIOJl And the dirty looks that you can give toward fostering ,begin to breed when MX monthsof
arRJacalPTlOII- ...... should do much '
To those rcnlgging caught. a more sound understanding of 'I age and average five Utters -

.A'" the administration of rationing by annually
I. O.M r'I: .' ...., When grandkids' ask you what you did, substituting fact for suspicion

-We et ... owes.,. I. a.... Suet Not meanTHg to be pert, Rationing U a discomfort .< DRESS PARADE
I ,...*, I ft, ...**, You'll proudly say, "I could not 'fight,' Its best However, It becomes more.

J ft bearable when we can be confi.drat' (Continued From Page One)
until hurt"
.. .. gave
astwed esewd dam .1 .riser. .
and
Itelr, cA .maw i a ihat fair play ,equality' parade by a platoon led by first
,.:.=..w..... .rata n.u., ::...r sM w. :.tr. And when they asHto fff see the *car ''" exist (Its Its administration' I i sergeants and unit officers. A''

t You'll .an.wer>< *hort and curt,. .,' 4 MANGO EXPERTS I" a colorful unit of note base was student Introduced engineering by"

Your Dates With "It wasn't I who t sting; i officers who also marched.

I The Huns an Zaps got hurt. (Continued From Page One) Lt Col Francis C. Thomas, Jr, '
Atkins Institution in CisnfuegosCuba : commanding officer Of the OTU '
'< Uncle Sam j who talked on varieties and I occupied the reviewing land as a .

........,......,....,,..............I ROTE COMMITTEES" viol), Pvt Dow Ballard (clarinet eultuce and conservationist Miss Isabella of Thurs-the guest of Col Merchant.! .,
MEATS FA1S Red 10-polntJ ) and Pvt Hal McDonald by. food
j f '(Continued From Pan One) SP state agricultural extension serv- '",
stamps A8 through 28 good in-j (drums). "
I Wakefield, John'R Mothers Dr. and Miss Olgs
s ice, Mrs: Sturrock '
Aunamed' President Graves
definitelyPROCESSED
GOODS-Blue 10-'I Westgate ronimo. Roy ICulp,1* Wm. J. C the committees, by are: ' Kent Palm Beach agent County home .WANT ADS PAV ::7 ,

point stamps A 8 through Z8 and I Club'servicevlaekbu Attendance. R. Kin a r d demonstration
rn, J. R Others attending from this area --L--- :;
AS good Indefinitely. Ceo H. Fitzpatrick, Chris Petersen -
.. Brooks, Dr Wetgste. O. B. Parker besides the speaker were: Mrs r..wr ... 1
SUOAR-Stampa 30, 31 and 32
Dr. A. L 1)u Mrs...W, F, Ther-
: in Book Four good Indefinitely I green. Mothers.Community Constitution and b-Iawa-Geo Wm. J. Krome, .
M Elisabeth Hall Dr.
for five pounds. I service--Roy Chandler It Ruehle, R. P. Barfield, Ceo H kildson. Miss
{ Capt That' B. Royal, Wakefield Philip Weitgate, J. R. Brooks and
Stamp 40 good for J pounds of Cooper. T. E. Stadlg Try Us When You Need
I Howard Johnson. Dr. A. M: Kit Carson of homestead and Mr
canning sugar through Feb. 28 of Finance-Thos. E.. Kirby, Chas.
next Spar 37 I Il.olan. : and Mrs O W. Smith of Perrine t A Haircut. ..w
year tamp good A. Cox Chas. L.Ooley
for canning sugar until Mar. 1. Vocational service-Wakefield< Lions edl.lCatltm-Harle R. More than fifty; mango varietieswere

,. 1943 Kulp P. J. Franklin W. Y. Bush Core, A. CEastonV Carl'Wagner, on display at. the Vast Palm. Shave

SHOES-Airplane tamps 1 and International service-Mathers,I W. O. Talbott. Beach meeting
2 (Book, ) good Indefinitely : Baker Hlndman, Chai H. gtef.fanl Member.hlp-S. 3 Lynch, Walter 'The forum will be held next Bafreot.. lie 4
year In Miami have ___ '
. GASOLINE- coupons. good Weiss* A. D..Smith! .' ISO
through Aug 8. Fellowship and attendance- Publicity=: E. FUEL OIL-Periods 4., and 9 I!I Parker L. L. Chandler, D. W.; W. English Chas Pratt. : RAT CONTROL DRIVE Shampoo (Medicate)_ Ills ,

coupons remain good through; Browne Lee H. Lehman, / ,.:.J.. H. E.
Program W/ English .
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Sept 30. I,I Classification and membership (Continued From Page One) tinge. ----"" 1St

? a ,i Brooki, Royal and KUlp. Kendall, John C. Reed. blind.I Llndgren; John Neafsey. and- A C. racial .......;...-_ "e
rOnltrvttlol'\.nd
Sight :
'POINT.FREE SHOES i i PI'oIf.m-Weitgat., Ceo M. S J Davis, W 'p. \Talbott, John Easton. Facial rack __ 1J.
Also in the
campaign
Llmltad-..:quantltiei of "odd-lot"'I I Frlck Wakefield and Royal. Keafsey, I co-operating Combination Facial- 'lie
shoes, may be old to consumers| Public Information Burgreen Boys' and girls' work-R. C. Is. the Dade County Health Teals Ue ;
Unit County Agent Chss. H ,
Westgate and
Baker M.
Hindman.
ration-free at specified price reductions
MacDonell, Harry Songdahl, John Steffanl, and other public officials Mustache TrimB.UStt_ lie
i House and I
." during the three-week!'I arrangement J. Reed, Bruce A.: Gumming '
period from..July 10 to July 2B I Parman, Howard Johnson Adrian Citizenship and patriotism;. Mr. Stillman says. '- .

G.. Men and 'women shoes of an j[Jacobs and W. C: Thayer. J Gorman, Ben L Roberts, Lawrence I endemic Dade County's'high typhus. caused record, by the for !SBarberShop.
sires, and youths and boys' sizes) Club publication, Rotate* .
I Frlck Wakcfleld and W. E. Rhe- Pope. I bite of the rat flea, was cited by
I to 8 (shoes worn by boys beginning Civic Improvement and community '
'ne Mr. Stillman as. one reason for
,
;, at about seven years ofi Walter Weiss
betterment ,
I
age) are Included in the releaae 1 Rotary Information-Blackburn, Chas. Pratt J. L. DooWtle! ,AlLlndgreto j I' the. vital necessity of I rat health cleanup -
According to public
Children and misses' and little Frlck and Max Lamer
John Neafscy, A C. Op* City Ban
bn,..' shoes Will not be affected,i I Youth service-Kulp, Rheney Easton. :i statistics Dade County has the .
j worst typhus record In ,the state
and
sine those shoe were temporarily I Burgreen Education-Chas. L. Ooley,I .
with 28 occurring within the
ration-free during the first Finance and budget-Frlck, Rue Clarence Gray, E, A. Roberts I cases

three weeks of May I and Parman. I II Health and welfare-R. J. Elliott ,
OPA took this action to help I Music-Hindman, Parman and A D. Smith, Goo, W. Turner ,
dispose of the normal accumulation i Howard Johnson ,; '
I! by.1awa-1 R. C. MacDonell. j
of broken ('tea and other Constitution and Safety-Roy Darby t>, K. Bishop IJ
odds and ends which are usually Brooks, Rue and fund-BiaAtar1 Steffani.Student Harry Cornwall. H. G. Ihur-' \ '

told at reduced prices, but which| Loan man, J. F. Hammett. I
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under rationing need to be de-|,| Fred Redd and Bush House and grounds-Chss. A I ::1:1I

Mured stamp-free If stocks are,'I eant-.t..rmM.ther. Cox. Wm. Housen J. F. Hammett 1 1I

to be cleared H. E. Kendall, Ceo H. FlUpat-.
I I LIONS HEAR MORTON rick. Tom Panno I I THOUGHT MYi.

(Continued Kitchen-W. H. Owens E. B.
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SAILORPREACHERContinued r Page )
I ,Isler, Lawrence Pope, R. J. Elliott VISION 'WASf
under the direction of Mr Still- i.
( From Page One) ,' S J, Davis, Paul Loaner, Herbert
Goulds pastorate Is Mr. Limey's,i man A program of I Ii 'musical numbers KsU. i, GOOD !
first regular charge. He was licensed -
and skits presented
was by OTU
to preach by the Assemblies -I
personnel through the courtesy of GAS RECORDS PUBLIC
of Cod October of 1843
In- I Kenneth I
Lt. O, Snapp, special
Born In Houston Tex.. he was (Continued One '
service officer taking part were From Page ) ,
t graduated from the McAllen
a WAC trio composed of Pvt. Mary that within the limits of admlnlstrstlvs -
1 ( Tex.) High School. He Joined' I
Kirkland Pvt. Claire Goff .a"dj, ) feasibility, persons should II
'.' the navy In 1939 and was sent to R
I! Pvt. Billle Eggud, and OTU musicians be entitled to know the amount of I
I the Navv Music School In Washington
( I" D. C.. where he completedtwoyear !)I Sgt. Sherman Edwards mileage granted to others who are ;
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1 course In six (piano), CpL Earl Allison (bass asking for a share In the gasoline f

t\. Assigned to the month"j
'
z IJnzey was con verted/\ :
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a Bible class In January, 1'40. He) ,.
J served aboard the Yorktown until i

!3 It was sunk, and went through the i iI S V '
ire
rural Sea and Midway battles and! .

i the bombing of Tularl! :I I
J \ When the Yorktown went down, ..- -
; Mr Dniey was In the oil-covered I I i NON!NOT/V/fAT
hours, before he I B "

Was erp.J"p by the U.SS 1 r COURSE' OTHERS I Coat of productive hour fc e serious problem these days. r'
Balch. Sent beck to Peals I. They erg costly hours for
Hnf-j ( our fighting me,' who Ned the
tor Mr. Limey was transferred 1! -f MAY rAKE' BL/TAS i weapons and equipment you tie now producingfes
to California and then to Miami :' hr:'.. Dort't fun "think"
yout all
6 roRME eyes are right-too
CYE ME
In September of IMS j 1// ue-have them examined regularly maps etrtwi

Verna Mrs,-May Liner Hall, the, of former Miss)r ,, '2. /BERTH OR tfIYG' ': that your visicn k accurate

"J Kan. until their COlltTVUle'j'J ME W* VS PeessilpSeas Ron Asp tW. .. low he Cb.e4.. .

of 1M1. plays the JI 41HIlENI GLASSES '
/ and clarinet. Her ON CREDIT

a vl her one ester are all ordained '
ministers << $1.00 A. WEEK IS ALLBRACKINS

I": "Everybody Is welcome to aervk CONDUCT 'r

Ices at the Stone *.Church tw. hw wa4"Ie ear '4.s sat ... ....ease It as'aa..kw0 at'; p..es, 1
Goulds." Mr 'Llnjtey Says, "....... wares .ad .._' .... tile wanes -... ., ....... 0..s a I t
= mt kwttfMl MVfcv .115..5 Ik* **M Wr4. o1 MUwltaa M -
day school willIe held at 10 ow. "I .. sw5h.e.. Th..gao .N dw.ad.ad., I
m. and preaching service at Inj Oaf ef '
n.
High leaf Ditto*

tet a, m will tbd be 3 p.conducted m. Mid-week I p. : Turner Funeral Home I 2M' N. MIAMI AVRNUF}; .:

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SONNY BERGER:1\Y m. D.: Gravatt Called to Pastorate ''thern a.puiitb.lca} Seminary ' , TIlE WEA-; I.meet .. i
from which he was recentlygraduated
1 I I ..rear.car.t...ew8as.t..s ; I
r r II He' was ordained a SSN.a. .4..wsd. r..... ..
SETS PACE FOR Of Miami Southside Baptist Church
I minister of the Gospel at the W'I-j I|Date MM. Mia. .... EataI '
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I nut Grove Baptist Church on
LEAGUE PITCHERSMia TM Rev Wm. D. Oravatt has May from the Southern Baptist lIT, 1M1 and sewed as supply,I i June SI__ M 61 30.00 0.II
been called to the pastoral of the Theological Seminary In Louis- pastor of that church In 1(40-41 ;;June*). IS 61 29(3 00 1 to
!iSouthsldi I Baptist' Church of MiamL villa, Ky: and Mrs Gravatt received ;I He has been active also in mission June 1C..,100 IS II.Tt
Margaret (Sonny Berger !, Mr. Qrtvatt and his wife, a diploma from the (Lou-,'I'work among war Industry workersIn June 23_ 17 T4 SO.71 i,
the South Bend Blue I the former Miss Ellen Vann, have MltIlon.1'11n1 ,
of Sox Is|I ievlile) Woman's Alexandria and Portsmouth Jane.1__.. ts n IMS on
still setting the pitching pct for I,I been visiting here for several ion Training School. i> I JuneS?__ 10 M MM OTI
twirlers In the AllAmericanGirls' ,I weeks with Mrs. Gravatfs par. Mr. Gravatt, son of Or and Mrs.'I I Va.Mr., and Mrs. Cravatt were mar I[June 24.. OS M 3001 O.IT
Softball League eats, Mr and Mrs J. Tom Vann. A. B. Cravats of KtUnon: Va |:ried Aug S7, 1(43 la the first June 11? U 71 10.04
Latest average accredit Missj!I Mr. Gravatt was graduated la was born la King William County -I I Baptist Church ef Homestead, and,June 30._ tO 71 JO.01 001 ,
Berger with nine win and two| Va, and was graduated from:have been making their home la July 1. 17 71 SIN 10
defeats and her team It leading Instructor at Itedland High school, Washington Henry High School,,I Louisville.'WANT. |July L M nil.(0 0." 'I:
". the league with a 11% game edge and her mother Mrs bulls HallBerf.tr USX He received an A.B. degree Jmr __ N w It... .t
oust the.Rockford (Hi) Peachta. will return to Homestead from the University of Richmond! PAt''July 4,,. 14 71 MAI ,
Miss Berger physical education after the ball season in 1041 before entering the Sou ADS July !. N M JO.01Hie I

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f I Fifth U/ loan Drive ends, M8W Adhere en SHOW n MMJ hrfill t:;;

4,. '. he/ EXTRA tftdt fa the 5tl l ;:

AMERICAN I I 1. We Bends are the best, the
j' '1 safest Investment In the werlell '
You in the factories.You in the offices. Th..unswerwill be written in the final I'

in the homes. the Fifth War Loan Drive. 2. War tends return yeti $4 for
You on the farms. You figs .s on ,
every $J11I10y. r"
'; You cannot.'!-you must not-fail'id For this is the crucial, the allimportant 3. Wer Bends Me keep rites t

get behind your fighting man in' this Drive Never has the need for War stewn. ,J

heroic hour. Bond buying been so great, 4. War Bends will help win the
supreme .4 .... ','
,'''''I Peece by Increeilitg purchasing ,'a
6 To make the Drive success, you- ,
Ht knows, what's ahtadBloody power after the war "
; and everyone else-mast buy at least twin .
I. War Bonds education
meen
bitter fighting . superhuman
last
Bonds the
as many as you bought in for children, security fen
year
. .\M14 hardship . .pain . perhaps ,death drive. 'y.u, funds for retirement. '

/ He's,facing its.-Hell keep facing it, If you' haven't yet bought your! f: I _j :

as long as, !her '.: breath, in his body and share, DO IT NOW! The time i is';-t tl f ,

,)loud inh( veins.- ', r Make YOUR supreme effort m"HIS su: <

But he wants ,to know uibat't rebind preme hour! .

yiffl y. .? "*:(: 'r;>' Remember soldier jour soldier, lis'f.Yto \ '" :.

And you have only ay few days 11to'' ,,;waiting. for his answer. What will it" be v

I give..him the:'answer: : % : :. 1$ ';\" ,,: . from yepl ,

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CAROL SWAIN WALKER IS WEDDED MRS. WRIGHT HOSTESS ROBERT WILLETS TAKES ETHEL CHINN .
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TO NEIGHBORHOOD CLt.'SMfi.
\ TO CORPORAL JAMES FREDERICK WYGANT Geo. P. Wright was hoi- -AS BRIDE IN HUNTINGTQN W. VA., RITES

teas Wednesday afternoon to the
A former Homestead girl Miss accessories. Both wore corsagesof Redland Neighborhood Club. Bingo Short Wlllets. ion of Mrs Roy'''...e. The bridegroom's mother

Carol Swain Walker, daughter of pink and white roses. was played, and a mystery Darby of Homestead, took as hU!,wore a powder blue dress with

the Re..nd. Mrs. Charles N., Immediately after the ceremony package was awarded to Mrs. Bess bride Miss Ethel ChInn of HuntIngton white accessories and a corsage: of
a an Informal reception was held for Thomas who guessed Its con W. V'.. in.a ceremony per- white rosebuds
.Walker of Lakeland and Corporal formed there .on Friday evening I "A reception held In the
was
the young couple, with the -members tents. A chicken salad course: was
James Frederic Wyjant, son of of the family and close served. June 23. Mr. Willeto served here church following the ceremony.

r .Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Wygant of friends present. Appointed as a committee to ti assistant last summer to Dr. with the ushers Miss Hattie

fTornett N. Y., were married In lite bride, whose father was serve at the USO Saturday night J. E. Johnitone, former pastor of Chinn, Miss Mary Ellen Heiner,

'I. double ring ceremony Monday pastor of the First Baptist Clurchof were: Mrs. Walter Gaby, Mrs. W. the First Baptist Church of Homestead -, Miss Chlotene Sudderth and Miss

evening at 8.30; at the home of Homestead lived here'j'Ufitil O. Chase and Mrs. Thomas and for a while after Dr. Betty Jane Archer, assisting. Out-

'the bride In Mulberry. she was in senior high tc\\Ool. Present were: Mrs. Mary T. Johnstone'i resignation, Mr Wll- of-town guests Included: Mrs.Darby .
late was acting pastor of the mother of the bridegroom
Mrs
Mr Walker performed the cerevmony She attended Florida SoulbAWi Furry, Mrs. Vane W. Harris
Miss Eunice Walker, sis-' College In Lakeland and the upl-- Sam J. Davis Mrs. J. A. Rother- church. Miss Bertha Willets of Vidalia,

f rater of the bride, and Sgt. Ralph verity of Alabama. In the former ham Mrs. Ralph W. Klngman, The following account of the,Ga., his aunt Miss Nadltne Lee
.OH. :Boland of Drew Field Fla., she was 1 member of Zeta Mrs. J. S. Quebe, Mrs F. N. wedding Is taken from the Huntington of Slagle, W. Va., and Miss Jewell
(W Va.) Herald-Adver. Davidson and Miss Helen Payneof :
; Stump, Mrs. W. W. Cunnyngham,
Zeta Zeta sorority and $n the latter -
-'I'f a member of Alpha Phi soror Mrs Donald L. James, Jr., Mrs. User: Man.
"After wedding trip to Louisville -
The bride was lovely In a dove ity. She is nowgppoyed| j In Muf- R. A. Holmes Mrs. Chas. O. Catderwood. "Miss Ethel Chinn of Monroe
the will reside at 249(
,grey and white triple sheer dress berry by the International Minerals Mrs. Frederick R. Weber avenue was married last night atTacker couple
:made on princeue lines. Her aceessorlea and cbemle'atC"9"'ratlon., Mrs. Chase, Mrs. Gaby, Mn. Memorial Baptist Church South Kite avenue.
"The bride, the daughter of Mr.
> were white, and she Thomas and Mrs. Wright. to Mr. Robert Willets of Homestead
The before
bridegroom entering will meet Aug. !J and Mrs Shelby Chlnn, 1612 Mon.
wore a single strand of pearls, a The group na. The Rev. Howard
the army was employed as 1 research roe,.avenue, 1s a Student at the
,(1ft of the bridegroom Her cor- chemist: .,lor Missouri Portland with Mn. Furry, Eastes of Man, W. Va., read the Woman's Missionary Union Training

+ sage was of talisman roses. Cement Company at StLouis. ceremony at S::30 p. m. before an School In Louisville. Her husband

The bridesmaid wore a pastel He holds a degree In ceramic The CalendarJuly altar decorated with summer received his A.B. degree

pink dress with baby blue accessories engineering from Alfred flowers and greenery. ,from Mercer University. Macon,
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and a coYtaje of flowers University of Alfred, N. Y. .He "Mr. Wallace Harlem sang, 'I'Ga., and Is a senior-at the South-
'' 10-Recital of Ensemble Love You 'Ah, Sweet
.f pastel tints. was a member of Lambda Chi Truly ern Baptist Seminary In Louis
Mrs. Walker was gowned In Alpha social fraternity. At present Clan at home of Mrs. R. H. Fitz- Mystery of Life,' and 'Because/ ville. He Is the son of Mr. and

qua bombers with white accessories. he Is stationed at Camp Clalborne. patrick. Business meeting of I' accompanied by Miss Mary AliceHicks I, Mrs. Roy Darby of Homestead."
Mrs Wygsnt, who had La.Corporal. July 11- planlit. ,
been visiting at the Walker home and Mr*. WannFt Homestead W.S.C.S. "Mrs. Jess'e Brammer wits matron _ BAPTIST YOUNG PEOPLE
for a week was gowned In em pending several days on the Gulf July IS USO party sponsoredby I of honor for her sister and GIVEN WIENER ROAST
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"broidered white Jersey with white beiches. American Legion Auxiliary. Mr Gordon Hunter of Loul.vllle.i i Mist Mable Ruth Pope and John
July IS-Meeting of W..M3. In ,, Ky., was belt man. Pope, Jr., were hosts Monday evening -
Flnt Baptist Church of Home- "The bride wore .a white net to the Young People's

. 'MRS. CHAS H. STEFFANI GIVES BRIDGE I steak dress with a full skirt and a Training Union of,the First Bap.I .

PARTY; HONORING MRS. STACY HAWKINS July It-Meeting of Woman's sweetheart neckline styled with a list Church of Homestead at a
Club of the Redlands. fitted bodice I and long, puffed l I I wiener roast held at the Pope

flowers Aug. Meeting of Redland sleeves. She wore a string of home on N.W, Sixth set
Gladioli and
Mrs. Chu. H. 8Ufl.nl was hoi- roses garden -
"J'' tea Wednesday afternoon at af carried out a red white and, Neighborhood Club with Mrs.Mary white pearls and carried: a corsage Games were played and an Informal .

bridge party given In honor of blue color scheme. Ice cream, T. Furry. of white roses and baby- musical program was en-
of BusinessWomen's
Mrs. Stacy: .Hawklni of Miami, cake: .and ginger ale were served.'I Aug. 7-Meeting breath Joyed. .
f Circle of First Baptist ."Her matron of honor was attired Others present were: the Rev.and ,
house (uesfpf Mr. and Mrs. Ceo.M. Present besides the honor. guest
Trick: of Florida City. and the hostess were: Mrs. Win. J.I Church of Homestead with' Mrs In a blue chiffon dress ,with Mrs. L. B. Cranttord, Mr. sad
How- S. L. WestBUSINESS white accessories and a Juliet hat Mrs J. R. Pope. Misses Myrtle and<
The first prize was won by Mrs. Clark, Mrs. L. L. Hood Mrs.
Johnson Mrs. Gets D. She wore a shoulder corsage -, ll.rdenlaL' t Mary Moon. Miss Mary Frances
;:Prick: the second prt by Mrs ard L. ,
,J. E. Gauzens; and the door priM,: Ruehle. Mrs. Frank Hausman. CIRCLE 'and Ruth Rutland, Miss Anne
by Mrs. Preston B. Bird. The'I Mrs. Frank Webb, Mrs. Paul MEETS WITH MRS. DORSET The bride's mother wore a Shackleford Carey Crantford Sgt.

I guest prize was presented to Mrs. Reynolds, Mrs Frtck. Mrs. Gau- The Business Women's Circle of royal blue dress with' white accessories : Cliff Mayfield Sgt. Earl Pool'an Hawkins. zeni and Mrs. Bird. I the First Baptist Church of Homestead and a whit rosebud cor. \. John Hatch,
met with Mn. J. R. Dorsey
Monday evening when Mrs. A. E. 11:,111,11.;'jmiiiiu.iiii.iiii.iiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiii: : : : "' 1'111111"11"111"111"111"' ' '" 11111"
MRS. GERONIMO INSTALLED PRESIDENT "11-
I I Paul directed a program on

!f f OP AMERICAN LEGION GROUP ON FRIDAY lands_u of the uu.South Pacific.. J. ,
Others present were: Mrs till /*"***
N.... Wm. J. Ceronlmo was Installed girls' scholarship: fund which Is Kulp. M.... Wm. McMichael, Mrs 110. 4.. ICOKOMt

It f as president of the American being sponsored by the state L B. Crantford and Miss. Mary ASPIRIN TABLETS too.39e
Plans were made for entertaining Rutland.
Legion Auxiliary of John G group. Frances.
Bailey Post by MA., L Buz- at the USO on July 13. -
sell of the Coconut Grove AuxilIary Others present wereMrs.: Frost The Ensemble Class of Mrt.
Miami, Mrs Geo. D. H. Fitzpatrick: will present t -19u.mO.
of
on Friday evening In Legion : Bailey R.I
cital at 10 a. m. Monday .at
Ruehle, Mrs. Ben L. Roberts and
I IIt Redland
Hall.Other officers Installed were: Mrs. E. J. Norman, Jr. I Fitzpatrick. home on

Miss Ruth Fox, vice-president
;
.l J.f.... H. H. Ewlng secretary; Mrs.Frank I ENTERTAIN I

B. Rue, treasurer; M.... H. MR.EASTERN.STARJOFDAVIS AT DINNER c' or Q.lik cad hel.eeed sat ALL 'Ylt alas- pies awl anais
I: O. Hall historian; "' .... Joel J. Seller. YM, Burnt- IN

Robinson chaplain; and Mrs. Geo. : Davis were Hialeah Chapter; Mrs. Anna Johnson Rex gives lot mm puIL'
Mr and Mrs Sam t. than quick relief
W.
Turner sergeant-at-arms. Coral Gables Chapter, 174; from noauch
Mrs Buzzell talked to the group hosts at dinner on the l'ourUof" Mrs. Mary Hudspeth, 'BiscayneBay acidity excess for it also /in.ig..T.NTake a R5 06"'a

en community service, and on the July to the worthy matrons', .of Chapter 7S; M.... Mathilda gives loo prohagrd Caasal.s Saps
-- ----- District 28 of the Order of the Levy, chaplain of Hialeah Chap- comfort. Get Dome. pry V M>IM A. h. C a> aces 1911
Rex lodty. fin liver end tM.HcfltmiM .
CAMP REDLAND BARN DANCE Eastern Star. Mrs Davis la worthy ter; Dr. S. Curtis Johnson of '
contain minimum
FEATURES DAIRY QUARTET matron and Mr. Davis worthy Coral Gables; and the host and a taasS eerw daily adult requirements of AIL

Singing and dancing by four patron, of Ad Astra Chapter. hostess. I vitamins know. ro to csteniul 10
pickaninnies to banjo mUilcpJaed Coven were laid for: Mrs. Llzsle After dinner, the group made a BISMA-I twma. satretiom. ,
by an old darky, was aspecialty W. Hlnnant Fort Dallas Chapter tour of the Davis groves and visited 72 $2,59Agood
number at Mexla Brown. Miami Miss Helen Livingston of
the barn ; Mrs. / vitamin
dance held Friday evening at the Chapter 141; Mrs. Vivian-levy. Homestead who I* 111.Mn. [ REX lcmM fat only sup.a

Jtedland center community: hall. !eve peonies a oty.

I, The dance attracted family, MRS. BRINTNALL MERCHANT HEADS CLUB SOc ,'
I ,
groups and children were supervised HAAF OFFICERS' WIYES
by Grace Roper Dot Douberly ORGANIZEQ 1QY
1 Anne I IIbkee. \OtlG1.
Brown and
Arleen
with the National Association
members Brlntnall H. Merchant was affiliate '14"1.
of the Charm of Air Force Women.
dub, so that ''the parents could elected president of the new Other officers elected were: ...01' "
dance I IH.ten Homestead Field Woman's Club at i '
Mrs. Francis: C. Thomas, Jr., vice- .'m"WHITE.
a recent meeting of officers' wivesat ,
Whiting ferreyra center' president; Mrs. Arnold W. Brecht with .
Officers' Club at the field.
borne management aupefrisor-,i the
secretary: ; and Mrs. James Jones;; .
announces that these community; A* explained .b) Mrs. Merchant treasurer. SHOE CLEANER

dance: will,be bold each: Friday the aim of the club: Is to help In Yes will Us "EJk>r'covtn ,- became k
night Round dances win alternate -I the rehabilitation of air force veterans ( ) l.a Jify tad ((2)k Veal
with square dances which returning from combat: "neoC, eOA euauo .PAm J
ROLLER SKATE
win be called by Buster Ooff of tones, and U study postwar problems wittio t.,
Goulds and John Martin of Home-I In which women will play a IN'' COMFORT, A 1eII

stead. major role. The club: voted to

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.:. ANNIE MAYHEW FITZPATRICK


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, Is: Committee SetUp to Review Names Nor Mandy;
1 L. oMfattoxCosmos t


,-: Submitted for District Honor' .Roll"To I, Carl W. LtteoreChart Minns Melton. CLASSMED ADVERTISING ,! 'j 9 I


decide whether all names Harvey Newton ** M. Morris RAtU First Insertion lOe a line; subsequent Insertion

sent In for inclusion on the Red S. Glendall Odom Amos 0e17WUJlam Mi lint I

land District honor roll rightfully\ Andrew Poole tf
Pearson' I _. .. _... J I I.roaExCiIANGEm
H. belong on the board a special Beale C Ray; Mathew Perry f --- n..nn.nnn.n nnnn. 'r *

committee I* being .appointed B. C. Rltch William Perry HOMEMADE FORD TRACTORS

'if: review, the honor roll names," ant R. F Bitch I, Warren Porter I with double low teal Excel.

Bounces E. J. Norman, Jr.. chairman Clarence Roberts Robert Rahmlng I THE SWAP SHOP lent for farm or [rove. Wolfe t

of the honor roll committee. Lawrence Roberts Alfred Roll Buys-Sells Anything Auto Wrecking, Phone 332' .
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I
"If one questions whether a name Leland Roes I Cecil RolleHarold Repair ad machine, typewriters; Homestead fl*. WHO ,

:... should or should not appear on Walter C. Rutske Roll* cash register (mlttf)

the list, he Ii I.ked0 send in James Schallern George Simmons PERSONAL

the f.eW0 this committee which R. B. Schallern I T. J. Simon . FOR RENTFOR
causes
will mali the final decision" Edward O. Schultz MJUJ U Excess acid you
Leroy Singleton
1 The marker will Include the Rex Seats I Allen Smith RL '-Very desirable duplex pains o| Stomach: Ulcer, Indtgestion. -

GMn Simmons' with Heartburn Belching. ,
names of members of the army Arthur Smith screened porch. Liv.c .
. Bloating, Nausea, Gas Pain. .
"l navy and marine services who are Roger Snow, Ezekiel Smith I !ing-room-dlninc room, 1 bed. get tree aunpl, Udal.t ; '.

' from' the Redland District, )fro Ovid H. Sullivan, Jr. l Hubert Smith f'J'OOlII. shower, electric range Brown' Pharmacy. (pJeJ)

: [ Norm.n"'". There have beenY O. Richard Summers James F..Smith . Phone Mr*, t. L. Hlckson 578-

Inquiries of the committee ** to Anthony Trolanl Joseph Smith .,. ,. qld) WANTED-

.' what' service' were xy be 'represented Thomas F. Varnadoe Richard Smith : .

on the board. George Walker Eddie Steven ROOMS and apartment tUasoo.ble WANTET> -rrean, Juicy figs, any 1
.
-honor Louise E. Walker :Jefto Stevens ., rates, hot water and show sit and kind. South Dad
fund
Donor .ta th roll
Melvln O. Ward . en. Pslm BoteU .
Florid
Nat .. Oty.; Farms, First National Bank
this past week Include: Mr*. W S.Hathaway ,William Webb Swvctlng t. .e t
.
Bldg. J7tt)
Thomas .
John F. Kohrcr. L. Sweating r.
'. James fOR.
A. White : BALE
'e NellU Frank Basso) MethodistSunday \ .Lester White Leroy Tat : ,? WANTED-Good need furnzm ;

i<. School.T. J. Harris, Mrs. Richard M. Wlmbish Samuel Tat .. ,. t ACRES 'SmIth4Jral'unllture Co. .

il Fred Link Julius :Davis, Joseph Roy D. YontsFollowing Solomon Tate $5 DO"'N' Jt.'IID'S MONTHLY- (mlttf)'

and Harold B Cordon A. D. William Wad
J high pine' land
fronting
; Fogle, Mrs, R. t Godwin, Mr. andMr Is an Incomplete roll 1 I George Walker ...: Longview Road; M 'mil* north on WANTED-ReyoJr work, stoo a

4 *. C. E. Saunders; 'f r, Alfred Season Walker building, cement work roofing, 1
of negro' service men and womei of Palm Avenge; price WOO.
Hudson WhIte eta 11th Hour Box W
Saunders, Charles Martin; Francis Mr. Mission r
Lichteoberg
I 3. Graham, Jr., Mrs. S. R. At- from the district. The commit Ephram Williams .. Building Miami Congress Homestead. (dlOt)

I kins, Mrs I* w. Ernst Mr*. S. E. will appreciate help in secure James Williams I J7) ;.
I need with without
-J I .groves or
Ballard Mrs.' T. D. Piche, Mrs. additional names of negroes eli Kenneth Williams HARE AND UNUSUAL tree and home S prospect waiting r
I Louis
George Polk, J. W. Campbell. W. for Inclusion Mr. Norma Williams .i'1>1Inta. Landscaping and grove' I II
I tt Bible Drop mo can J. K.
J, Fowler, Homestead Retail Merchants says.; Thomas Phillip Williams s 1 1I ,I .:plant'rg. Sunny Grove Nurs- Dorn, 4tmlor.: my OZ-

I Association Mrs. John W. Williams .;grew, palm Ave. i miles west Revert charge

I' Martin. Mrs. A. L. Mills, Mrs. Calib Adslde I Coy Williams -L-4 Florida CU,. Phone 8J-W.. pens

.. Clara Newton Mrs. Hazel H. West Claude Adslde i Gilford WrightNOTICE (aIMS) .......... PM Bases IS. ..... 4*. I* tk* 1
DeueU Mrs. C. C. CHIP of island, Oou.1? *t Duds But .( 'Ii
l
Rev. Ceo. E. Lois Adslde FlrH**

to Files and Mrs. W. R. Yates '+: Nathaniel Adalde or APPLICATION fI'''I' Monti APPItrATMN FOR TW ....Bent ol MM .r.e.rry ends 1t.
t name have been' FORT TAX DEIDCbutor she MM Certificate hMt4MM WM In the 'tia.
Some seventy >> IUtan
I, Robert Adalde I II ? of lets ."f \1.._ Unions MM OttMb
I received this wek for Inclusion on Walter Avant Chapter Film 1T4M A_". o( lets I.. FlU 190ed Note shall W I i.i tmtt iiiniilm to 10.

the honor roll and corrections have I i NOTICE U Not NOTICE 1* HZREBT CITEN Hut ... doe will base tkmoi *. Ik* ink
Harden Barrett HEREBY GIVEN that tH .: .
'EllMbrtk ,...
HmoKiM. Uhter of Btoto MMI ay or July. A. D. .
been sent In and may still be submitted I Roosevelt BoseHarris MM. holder ."( Stole and corny I Owt Tu OrMfkoM No. SIM ......l Dow Ul 4110..* .* lea A. "
I tn Onttrtew N..
Mr. Norman.,*. Communication ends tmatt the M, the ttk day of June, A. D. ISM kM riot
BrantleyCarl Ida of JCM, A. D.. IS4S. hu (IMhi rote ... 1t"E.. tRtTimiMAN
should be sent to E.. .. IMOK hi mr / aM kM swan ..wll.Mt4o : B ,
i got tttlcf, end kH &POU."Iest
m
L. Brown for a Ul did to k* humid ...._ Clerk of CI1t Omrt,
c .J. Norman. Jr. R.F.D., Home-I' Sylvester Brown J far Ceetifint..aab.ae.e a dead to be h.asS -. saw.ion. saw OrtlTle.1 MM fobtlmrrnc Do*. county Florio \
the --M
fullmrii d.
rolls, of two drrlh.d Casty (Clrntt Out ..)
stead. Military Tholeoph Brown, \ .erlh.d PT-00M Is tW Ge.y Of Dt*. f DM of ...
j SUM FlorM, to>wttl by M. JOHNSON D. 0
churehtavwer received this l ,week cote d Florida. a.w e t I I" Lot T. blank Wtaon (J. *. .
Walter-Brown .. $ Put, a luk, li* 14. r. July f. 1944)NOTICE
{ LM rr. Black niton .
' and It was found that approximately , i 7 the AM.hctlM I* the Canty .9 DM*, Sato of Florid
Wllmor Brown B. a SuMIfclM PW oak S
!
I TW MM.nmt of MM op APPLICATION
sad
ororrrtr
j ten names from each roll James Bryant J i.f w ST, h tW CMMtr. ,J Dade;; WI the MM oonincolWM tot MOW oft FOR "U IIUD

had not!yet been sent In' for the 1 Child n.rw. | John VlnorM. Notln I. honor street that Ernwt at
Elijah I
I-. >nn.nt at uU er..p..to %sar .... Lo.. .. .
Other churches I Vo>n coruscate rt U k* t. ". balder *ojki M of city of
district tibixir roiL Peter Clarke HRVlMIr vu ta UK moss oft I dwwrd. 10-ftmiftle to .... the Miami TH CtrtlflMI Monitored
i and the local hI..h' school "'I i John L. Cole ,*.*. PiMM t Trfrt. _..... thwrl will W MM to the Mrh.t dated tko and ... of J.**. A. D.HIM MX..
to send In Jbelr Individual I I Unless UU ...."II..too lUII U I* .- krAW M tlio rn.rt HmM few o* IW kM flM MM Cootl,....* I* m. offloo
being urged Thomas L. Cole d.e.d >rr*lk of Amounts, ... kM MM wllnllM for tea dead to
roll of honor. I George Cooper -nt lfcn. 'i, "H|| K. MM. to IKiHtt .... 1M4, whack I 10 tb* Ttk day .f Aral kw IWron In ...Hasa. with hw.
week said t-l \. *l tW C f Name lent In this Thomas Darling 'M tint Noedy I. the Mnlll '"< Aurort, Maid CortlCkoto ambitious the follow!**
Dated Uh Mtk day of I.. .. 144.E. ... rrapntr. *liMt>4 I* Dade 0...
t y Mr Norman, are Andrew Davis ,,.". which to tk* Ttk sty o( Aaruet. H IEATHERMAK. 1- *. ....It t

; Arthur Davisn IW" . Clark of Cline Oort, 10* ft LM I*. 1._. U date V I* M.t. .
Dated this Ja.1944
tOtk as of .
; lisle Courts
FtoM .
,
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Acc
L.wrrM
'Io. C.UI
; Joseph I Load Co.1" luk.. t*
K. Jame B H. trATRFKMAN Clnult Court Feel
E. Davis
: Lewi'C Aldrich, I IEaton CI-* '"* Ci.cult C -t. BIT N. C. 5TERIle' T. t>. C.w11J.u the City ., MlMil, CoMtr if DM, State.

t. B Anderson ' i O William'l" Davis //RteMo t'_ a..111Ju. rude County, norUfc i 'j--. M. 10. Jury T, I., 1144) .tI The P1orid._,..... at saw prs.rh ended

Myielli Barber Days I pIf ,. ."'['''IE''T. t!. I NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR ,the Ml4 Crnlflit board win III thena..f
Franklin J. Barry Ivan Dean .. I" t0. July t. I.. 10441NOTICE TAX DEED I llnlnww*. UNION MM Crrtlfl.W .
.h.I' W rr..mM4 WON I. to few.l .
George Dorsett .1.Chaster 7 1 John JD. Benson. .. i A T.4S I I l Mud will: Israel tlMm M 'M ink

M S. S ;BonanoArchi ". Louis DutrGeorge I NOTICE: 1* HEREBY GIVEN that ... of I.". A. I>. 144r "
Eduecombe OP, APPLICATION FOB c..... W, and till O. W"_. koldor* .M this "h day *> Inn. A. D. 1144.F .
i R. Brannen Richard EditecombeFliiha I TAX DICED of Plata and County Tx Certificate No.1] H. IKATHFRMAN. .
i Eric Broolta' FIN 27892Natln l_o* named tw Ilk Mr of July A. D. Clerk of dolt Court,
+ R. Brooks, I II Ellenton U hereby green that Al.ONZOM ,I 'IMf S.. tiled MOW U Kr ofti--.. .M Do Comtr. JlorM*.
Milton . KINO. holder M M.IHM 1 of City .e (Cure's On. Pa.I|
Snow Ellis .... mesa **i>U *tlii* far a ... lead to
Albert ,Brown' : -- .. .. '..* Miami Tat Cortlflmt NunWnd IM44 ho i...... ,......."... Maid ('...In...te .... fit. M jonxsoN n 0.
Iltty Everett sad lk> 1U day of Jim* A. D. I.... kM:I Oman t 14 .
; Charles R," Burr tS, SO. ally f, I" )
t filed MM nirkoM I ottlr MhM _
H* III
the of
Ruby Everett Comtr DMv sate of Florfcta.
A.,Burr ,: ; : leads ppllntlo list MX dor* hiIMU 'to-wltl HOTIfH OP APPLICATION
CaldwellLeonard .' . . Major FesinsAlnton Ihomni In . *..... with .*.. V FOR TAX tMCICDFU
i J. V. :. I Fergurson Amid C. emb Ih* full Indrrcr0.d I, ...LotoA.r. tfi F.lferd, r.t": I otherNOTICE
i C. Cash' *, ., '-.. =.. = Pfcrt *
Ia Dud. Coma.y. : 1* rirHKHr OIVKM that t
.i .
. .
tvk. Plot Book .
... Clifford Fergunon to-wtt'l 14 JPwr I* I* IW
Oliver N. Cash I rlvrld*. I Carats of DM* Nab .r FlorM.. FRNFST M LANIFR, MVr M MiftoMof
1 O Fergurion Lot *. Blk H. Uwmm Brat TIM .... Chip of Miami T.. CortlfrtM Nnknot -
.asmat rf MM
Cash roMrly
Ormond D. : C Ink., pt Book I. PM obi I 1117 .
' Phil' 44. the ..'. OfrttfleW hi the of, sod ttllS M Ik* 1.4
'f'\ U. Lloyd Cash ,. I p Fergunon Cry of Mi.ml. County of DM*. Sate of I II Dade nrr Co.DnkM WM same day of Jesse. A. 0. HM, kM flM Mm*
Merle Caves I Samuel Fergunon I I Florid. MM oortlflnto lion k* RONA.rred In Mir Nile.. nod k. made *ppll..Uoi
Charles Flowers The a MraMt of MMtW pece-ety .D"'I I Moanllw t far IM deed to kwoj ttwr*** I* n'mlt.M .
Uw IW
Bruce Core i .Id Crrtlf..* Issued wait I. the same 1 *4<.''VJ thrr|* will*to 6,14 U tW uruornr M.kMtf.IK4.rr with taw laid CoftirimlM _......
0. D. Freeman of Nothaa Wolf. Ih* fnlknHiK MrHtM recess Uwito4I
Thomas Crowion I M the Cort Hoow data o*
II T. J. Clnllrk! : .. .ntn.t. t. .11 W nJrlonool Ik* lint Monday ,. tie month of A. ... I DM Comity Floridato>wftlN
Alton T D.vls !I according to l.w, d.*. will i '** "he. 69, LwmMbut i
James Hall :
Harris V. Delk' M. raw UWTMO n* Ik* In day of Awwrl, .1.. ... UM C*. -A.: Plat. nor* P.**
DiNltal Ircy Hamilton A. D. ..... I I Dad thin tftlk ay *f I"... 1144.K. M. I* Ik* city of. 11I10.... c.u." of DM*
Joseph Dated this' 17tk 4U of JTurw A. DWM. M. LEATHCRMAN. seta of FbrM*. >. cnkoMH In Corttft.
James Dixon 1 1Y Samuel Harris j O* of CIrwM Court .... No. III,.. TW _a.,,I of MMnporto .
George U Fogl (; .. M. S. HI'v |j ; K .. LEATBEKMAM / DM Cowl*, Florid. Under the am"4 OntflMM lo.mM .
Jame ii Hlckion Clerk: of arrest Court lltmll Xowt, IWoLU was I* tW ....* of V.h_(.
Donald D. Grate I i DM County, Florid Ry K C. iTFRRETT: : D. 0 O* lie ft. Loa *.!.. Blk. M. Taw
John B. Graham T H, HicksonWilliam I IClRlH. Court SXIIBr I iJirM tl. SO, July T. 14. 1441' -... bona UM f*. .*.o., Piss Book
e Hill N C. STERRETt. D. C. I. Par 4S hi the C''' of ".. C_..lrif '
Leuben Greenwood ,. I 4JTJIM *0. lair t. 4, tl M AP-
| 1114) r .JIOTtfH APMirATION DMh Bll of Florit. M *nknuro .
Leonard H. Creer, Jr. Will am J. Hills rI FOR TAX PRCD r rtinrt* H*. ".t... Tk ._.'
Hall I Henry Ingrsm I < FH* stale if MM Property agar r*. MM Ontfl.
Arthur .j A. C. Jackson "...... H knwr >o* HiM Ann L emu bM WM hi tW Mm of Unto***.
Allen Hastings a NOTICE OP APPtK-ATK FOB koldVi asCertrkat.M>-u. of City ofWloml v._ *..M OmWlMtoJ ....n..* to.
James Hathaway i Florida B. Jackson. TAI DUll I f.. MmWrM SIT, 4esU.d .0.w ding t. >.-. Ml dud wM
. Frsentln Jackson Chapter M7U-An* W IMt dwed oh. sib 4ay as I....-A. 0. 5155. has base .-. M to* Itch w>r of July,
William S. Hathaway :: i 'j* File A IM 11194 _"' .Ceralikaa a say office used A. D. 144.
NOTICE U GIVEN
William Henn. ," f Fmmet Jefferson HEBCBV ">tae mama aspll..elas for ax dead a Dallas ul 4 t It j James ett-non roe Tootn. holder of mute wU County - Ie se.eraae .Rib run E. B. LBATHERMAN.
Coleman Irwin. Tea Certificates N*. 14444 Mast the Ttk ..M CmlflMto oirikrMM tk* MIowlM Clark ol ClmH Oooit.
Arthur n Johnson tat ft J.lj. A. D. 4NI. kM filed MM tonr ).. ,
JohnsEdward -- be .
George r".o..ltaad Daft Coos.IF DM COM*. Flort**.
If JohnsonJam's 1 ftttn. and kM made ."1"" '"* fur
ror Florid to-oltl
C Kimbell ; *, (Clrorft rrvrl Sad)
Johnson I a list W4 to k* lewd tWTM. 044Cortet.a . Lae 4. Black 1, Am.. F1saa. Set. Br U M. fOKWBOW D. a
Allen Kirk I I embraces the folknrhwHbH *

George Kocontes 1,.-M. JohnsonM I -. sec t rtr r* the County *"t Deft talfaaaafaaaraaaertacaa2nat.........:......IIIJataaaa.aYaSna(
I lt <* T Florid. tovklMH
Earl S. Lee L Johnson I *( JIlt .( SEH of KH (UM L A.
James F. MrCiiIlmuh I Trove "hnson I..'R" ftirtM tS. T_* 14 _
fills Jones K'iir 4* .... _........ T.. Awn WANTED
B M-Vlcker :
Walter .nora rr VIM. ** t'"* Cwn* of D***.
Carlton C. Marsh Frrnk .Tnnea Ulil* ofllorfata.
'Mllrsh. Is'su'ed 'JonesT'hm Tho aaam.a-.e me said peewwny bndw
Robert P.
I 'do' saw I
PERSIAN
r Howard Martin, t Jones .. It'I T4a1IFS7ANY QUANTITY

John M. Martin JrJoeplTW . """""m Jra***. if: u...... emu.1'Otjn.atoo .1.11 t o
I' t4 ee.+wMap ,. .... tae
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"::1":11111: ill :i,' IIi! 1 ''I; 1 : 1 II: : 1 1; III their from Orlando where they visited 11I11/11I111111/11111I111I11I111/11/11111//1/1/ / / / // / r deal made by or through him to. Homestead Church Host
brother, CpU Howard day
AND AROUND Thompson before hi transfer to "Twenty acre from W. J. To Young Peoples Group ;

Georgia. preparatory to overseas 20 Years Ago Krome to John & Harris, Jr.. The South Florida Young Peo
HOMESTEAD assignment fronting WO feet on North Krome ple' Convention of the Church I
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Whldden returned avenue extension, Bear the site of of God was held Tuesday at the '
from Conway, a. C., IIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"By/ / / / / the hotel that will be erected by Homestead church when pro
"' 1 ""'" 1 : I 1 "" I! 1111 1 ' '::11 Thursday after a brief visit with the development aaaociatlon with gram were presented by delegations
relatives there. January first, J82S, Home- which Mr. Ham and Mr. Morris from Vero Beach, West
Continued
la(the Presbyterian From Page Three) Mn. Charles Carpenter of Baltimore stead will have a modern 100. are Identified. Palm Beach Miami, Kendall and
t state Intermedjal arrived last week for' room hotel, coating not lea* than "The exchange of the B. W. 1 1I the hoot group.Preaching .
conference wart: Mn brief visit with relative, $$140,000 designed In Spanish Morris residence, valued at III,' service were conducted
Bruce I
A. Gumming, '
Mary Lou Harris Claudine Instructor and r. C. Henn la ID at his horn style by Ceo. H. Fink, architect 500 for the Carl Dedln home and at 10;49 a. m, by the Rev.
Moh. John DeMillo ha. been transferred for Coral Gables, and located on grove of ten acre valued at S31,- Orville Cunningham of the Uitml -
ler and John Ruehla,
from delegate to pigeon Key. He 1* employed the 10-acr tract known a* the old ': 000. The difference In the viluatlon church and the evening aer
the Homestead
I FrcbyttrlanChurch by the state road(department > Parlln homestead . ." was made up in cash by mon wa preached by the Rev.
"A big crowd, a good old-fash- Mr. Morri . L. S. Mowry of the Vero Beach
The Rev. and Mr*. L 8. Mowryof Cpl. and Mn. William Adamsof loned get-together spirit, a liberal I "Mis Lucille Murphy 1* In Mi- church. Dinner and supper were
Vero Beach, Mia Grace Mowryand Miami were Sunday guests of spirit of spending, plenty of good I ami taking a business course at served picnic style on outdoor
le John Mowry were guests ol M;. and Mrs. W. E. M1tr1,(,. eats, plenty of toy for the kids, ,j the Pail-American College.* tabl...
relative
week. here for several day this Fhylls Delta and Virginia Nelll some good game of ball, eon- "The sale of 60 acre, known a* Regular revival service art being
/1 have returned after a two-week tests by the Bar Icoutl. a fair des the B. A. Parlin !homestead from held nightly at 8 o'clock at
Mr. and Mrs. J, G. Weatherlyof visit with Mr. and Mr L. J. pee of financial success for the ,;I Victor E, Downer to the Home- the local church with Mr*. R. E.
i Miami former Homestead .. Walkup of Perrlna. *JfMn. Redlanda Country Club-this in 40; uontpony: )u uxioi\,A ,I Identa visited with friend and j brief la the story of the big day at'' a hotel .Ite. . ."
Willard William
of wiarf'foel
relative here on the Fourth. f Redland on the Fourth of July "Mr. and Mn F. W Kuhn en. WANT ADS PAr
] wa a Wednesday overnight)
Mr*. Virgil Lott and children staged aa one of the annual event : tertained the Music Club. 0 off
guest at the home of Mn. E. Tin I Idall. I
Dell and Anne, and Mn. toft's of the Redlanda Country Club. I i I
: father, D. O. Davis Have gone to r I Quite the appearance of an old- !
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Carbon, on a jthree-waek. country wa presented ai
; bushiest trip. J.uIEIacHn SMITH one passed among the various
booth . ," HOMESTEAD SKATING RINK
1 Mn. Eddie Scott and Mn HOSPITAL NEWS
t Glynn H Nixon of Miami spent I I'I "8. W. Morris; tecal real estate
L last week-end her with their { dealer ,reported the following .
,; parent, Mr. and Mn. R. S. Clark. Mr. and Mn. Walter Flatter i of Afternoon, 3:30 to 5.............................._...........35c
Princeton are the parent of a stead, Mr*. Cleo Fisher of Princeton Night, 7:30 to 9...? .45c
S lied Mr.this and week Mn.at Mario Tyndall Lopez Field via.in dx-pound Jane 12-ounce von born July Mr*. Albert Luffman Of Miami Night, 9 to 10:80.: .::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::35c
1 at Archer: Smith HospitalA .nd- Howard C. Green of
;. Adolph Panama topes.City with their son, pte. IOn weighing eight pounnd Coral Cable (Rental of Skates Included)

two ounce was born July 2 to Medical patients\ were: Bernard
; Foster I to Sunday 3 to 5 and 9 to 11
J. F. expected return -
Pvt and Mr*. Robert Koermer of Hindman and W. H. Heuer of
i next week from a short visit
Homestead ; Homestead, and Herbert Turner N. Flatter Are Opposite lap
.C. to Mocksville, N. C. Surgical patient this week'in- Jr and Mr*. Ruth Steerman Of
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Lowery, Jr., clude: D. R. Sullivan of Home- Miami.
and their daughter, Sharon, will
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leave July 10 to visit relative In a," """" 1111 1 "" ; 111111111111111110111111111I111111:111111"1111111: !1I11111111 III 11111"11"1"1"1111111"1"1111111111"11111111'11'111111111111' ' ' 11"1"11111"111"""" ,".
Brewton and Cullman, Ala. They .
expect to return to Homestead
July 22. i

Miss Wild Batta 1*
the summer in Sewell N.
her parent, Mr. and IIIclJn'l

Batts.Otto Bernecker bat returned
Real Estate
from a vacation spent in Hot Bargains
: Springs, Ark.
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1 Anna Lou Thompson of Lex.
, in/ton, ;Cy., 1* visiting her grand
: parents, Mr. and Mn. B. B. Pul.
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I len.After
visiting for a week In
I Plant City, Annie! Faye, Helen and House at $5500, partly furnished.
; > Barbara Jean ReveU daughters
of Mr. and Mn. O. W. ReveU, ,
: 1 have gone on to Brookivfll to '
I I spend the summer with relative House at $6500' fully furnished.
: '. Mr*. O. H. Sullivan I Ie ill at her ,
\ home at N.W. Second it. and f
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I? > Miss Helen I Hooker of Reddick House at cash balance month 6 interest.
$4000 $1,000 $50
i I I. visiting her grandparents, Mr. ; a pet
; and Mr*. A. V. Phillips.FLORIDA ." 0 '



i T CITY Lot. 25 ft, wide, fronting on both Krome. and Flagler, $3000 cash.

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i. sonrllle Miss Barbara Beach, Riggers daughter of of Jack.Mr. ni House at $3500 cash.

and Mn. Ben L. Blggera, former .
residents of Florida City, visited 'J.\ ",fJf tt
t here this week. She baa Just ,
t completed her freshman year atWesleyan One at $3750 cash.
College.Mr .
I ; *. P. H. Bowman of Miami
I' : and her daughter Rhoda Jean S ,

I I J.war Shade w k-encllUnti of Mn,.X.: One at $4000; $1250 cash, balance 36 equal payments; 5 pet interest i

t Miss Ltvon Thompson and .' : ; .
Wad Thompson have returned ... ,:. a .

t S. L Kendrick 10 acres of raw land on good road, $2000 cash. .


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Birth CertUl Hbe1l'Wnd atea old sties Md wit..eMteaita Several 10-acre() "tracts of glade land at $125 and $150 per acre.

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