The leader-enterprise

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The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title:
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title:
Leader enterprise
Place of Publication:
Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
South Dade Pub. Co.
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Physical Description:
11 v. : ;


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
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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Vol 3'2-No. 18 Homestead, 'Iorldl Friday,. April 30, 19-13 Price 5 Cents

i I Local Bond Drive Hits $365,000;


'. Schools Total Can Buy 35 Jeeps

:,:1 Bahamas Official Inspects (BANK SELLS $336,000 WORTH. ,

, Local Farm Labor Camp POST OFFICE, NEARLY $29:000;

SH01BYFSA Immunization Clinics Slated May 4, SINCESTARTOFDR1VEAPR.12Applications

May 11 at Re'land District SchoolsChildren --- -

Invited\ Nearly three hundred sixty
AS AG. HOUSING from ix! month of county health commissioner complimented
age to eight yean will I b t Immunized the local schools on For Goulds Post Office five thousand dollar in war
their splendid showing In buying bond have been salt by Home
against dlptheria,
and per-
Jeep for the war front, and urged stead' two official dispenser of
than old will
sons more one year
OFMODETYPE be vaccinated them to get in on' the "health Application of persons desiring , during theMcond
against smallpox at
front too.Membership. to take the competitive e..mlna.
public health clinic to be held tlon for the portrnaatership of war bond drive, which began -
I Tuetday May 4, at 9 a. hi. In the Goulds, a third elm office with Apt 12.
Homestead school and at 10:30 Drire Is ,
: a.
$1500 annual salary muHt be filed The First National I Bank of
Caps E. C. Holmes, m. In the Florida City school. Vaccination .
representing Begun by Farm BureauIn with the United States Civil ser. ot
and Immunization will Homestead sold $130000 worth
the British Colonial Government vie Commission at Washingtonnot

be given in Redland schools at 9 bond, Man Loaner, bank president -
later than May 14, 143. Applicants -
of the Bahama Islands, and
a. moO Tuesday May 11. an effort to Increase their Will be advised of the and campaign chairman, reported
:t Edward C. Shiver, assistant chief Mr*. T. B. Coleman, public
membership from 270 to 800, a concerted time of examination which will beset lilt night. Postmaster S.
tttpervisor.ofthe latest labor supply health nurse,)* making! arrangement
I .. .", Section of the FSA, en Monday * 'forMhe 'tstem' which Villbe drive Mfj being Staged by fUr approximately the closing date fifteen for.appUcatlon days- E. Livingston Mid that the twat ...
conducted by Dr. Maryland the bade County Farm BUrf'Y'under .. office sales for the tame period!
made a of Redland
survey Farm
Burn Byrne, director of maternaland the direction of J. Abner Competitor must be United had totaled 128,828.
Labor Supply: Center. The local child health. She pointed
Cox. | State citizen between the ages of Dally progress of war bond sales
camp, for white occupancy only: Out that, vaccination against The president of the organize: 31 and II who hive been actual at the banK has been registeredon
was exhibited* a model FSA smallpox are "good" only for five ,!j lion, designated to further farm residents of the pottoffic deliveryarea : the giant "thfrrnometer" In

project to Capt. Holmes who I* reartad advised parent> to. ers' Interest, I I. H L. Cox. Other| for at leant one year. These front of the bank building
have their children tested i
making an Inspection! cl houilngfacilities for *usceMJpllity. ,I officer! and director are W. H. i.' age limit will be waived In the At last report more than thlity-
Owens, treasurer, Harold Kendall I cane of veteran who provide documentary thousand dollar worth of bond
for the imported Nassau In anneunc'ni1 the dales for the
ecre'arr: Dixon Parce. John M Proof of military er- and stamps had been bought or
field hand. clinics. Dr. Tho H. D Grlffitta !t Campbell and John Dunn direc '.ICI!'. sold by students of Homestead

. To date. the. ocal- USES office ttort.u i and Redland schools In their Seep.buying .
lass received application for '45 |
ASYLUM campaign which ends to-
.' ..""Bahaman Representative W. R. COUNTY I Chaplain Makes, Talk :AIR BASE KNOWN day. Almost thirty.five of the army -
Ri; Bird sold last night These and At Lions Club Scout cart, estimated to cost
other hands brought into the area MEASURE PASSED Meeting "( .185 each, can be purchasedwith
will be accomodated in privately i ; A S HOMESTEAD this amount.Homestead .
owned quarter of the grower applying The need to Clear thinking and achooV total .
for them, according to E, BY LOWER HOUSEEstablishment forceful action In- timer like the ye
erday wa $13,07548, of which
A. Roberta, manager of the Bed-' present was emphasized by LI i I FIELD TO ARMYHomestead Neva King Cooper elementary

land Camp, a* the "tent cities- Kavanaugh A. Loy, Protestant I school turned In $8.437.73 and the
used here and at Could to house at Dade Count,'* chaplain at Homestead Field. in I high school fU17.75.

negro laborer have been dismantled expense of a local branchof the ,an Informal talk before the Red- I;' Field, Seventeen thousand dollar had
and shipped to BeDcrotse, N. state insane asylum Wit appfov- land District! Lion Club Tuesday If the official been turned In by Redland High

;I.. C. and to Back Bay, V*., avmlhef. ed 64 to 26 by the house of representatives night. 'I fi came of. the local air base under school students shortly after n'x>n

farming, center. Ji of the Florida legis.lstufe "Too" many people are like water . onl.r..e in Tallahassee Tuesday said Chaplain Loy.: "They fit L Plummer, commanding officer

Girl Scout Captain Talks following conference In the state in with any: group and often are of the base. Legion Installation It
capital between Preston B. Birdof easily led downhill. They also reflect -
At Rotary Club Meeting Homestead, chairman: flf.the either good or bad and are The field originally operatedby Planned for May 19

... Dade County commission, with I constantly in motion whether or I: Pan American Air Ferries a* a
Mr*. Frank L Skill": captain of '
Governor Holland, Dr J. H. :not they accomplish anything" ,pilot training center was activafced New officer of the John G.
the Homestead Girl Scout troop, Therrell, superintendent of theFlorida Chaplain Loy interspersed hi* Col. Salley Post of the American I.*,
17 1942.
told the Homestead Rotary Club state hospital at Chatta- talk with many anecdote* of his I i Sept. gion will be Installed on May It
Wednesday noon ot the activities native Kentucky.: I Plummer took over with the nucleus
I (hootchee, and with member el by the recently elected ding let
ef her troop which the club sponsors Dade County': legislative delega Piano solos by: Mr*. Walter Ga- ;' of a staff. On Oct :] It was commander. Those taking office

. along with the local troop' by provided the musical, portion' dedicated and on Nov. 1 (h. wm be: 'Dr. Ceo D Ruehle, commander .
of Boy: Scouts. I'tion.The.. bill authorizing the Dad of the proram. I the Army Air Transport: Command ; Joel t J. Robinson, tint
A guest at the meeting wa C. 'County commission to construct Officer for the coming year rice-commander: J, M. Scarborough
H Tldwell, new scoutmaster of a. building to be- equipped and will be elected at the next meetIng j, formally took over the training second vie*' commander;
the Homestead Scoot troop maintained 'by the state for tare and all members' are urged operation and the ferrying of war Hugh Bemis, third vice-corn-
(which ia now In process 6f reorganization of the county' insane, now will to be! present. craft to battlefront : mender; Jo*. W. Irwin, chaplain:

.. and revltallzatlon. go to the senate Wm. J. Ceronimo! adjutant, finance
Meeting are held in the Future Mr. Bird pointed out tn his ton. officer and historian; John
Farmer chapter house. ference at Tallahassee that In Red'Cross Officials Plan Expansion A. Bargar, aergeanl-at arm

addition to bearing Its share of The post will be represented
Nero Fatally Stricken the expense of the date hospital Of Local Work at Meeting WednesdayI at the state convention In Jacksonville

, On Miami-Key West Bus Dade County: has paid $207,000)) on May 12-1 by E. 1.
for tare ot mentally afflicted per. I Norman and Mr. Ceronlmo. Lawrence
I 0 ion In Vlam Institution. for expansion cf Red Cross f man of the Homestead chapter, I Pope and Dr. Ruehle are
The body of a 4j-year-old j Mrs Wm. J. Krome who represented alternate, delegates.Cab .
facilities here to take care of rapIdly -
Princeton who died
negro apparently I the sewing mending[ and
attack Florida Post Chapel Dedicated i Increasing war need were
of a heart on a : Mr.
knitting projects, Ceo. W.
Station Is
'Motor Line bus In which he I At Services on Easter made at I meeting of county executives Turner and Mrs. Frank B. Rue

wu returning home from Perrine -' I,, with representative of I from the surgical dressings department Of Gas Books, Sundries

was released by Coroner Sid L. Dedication of the new chapel :the local chapter at 10:30 a. m. and Mr*. Carl Godwin,
Kendrkk to a negro funeral of Homestead Field vw conducted Wednesday In the Red Cross room captain of the local motor corps. Oas ration book. ,cigarette,
\I home upon arrival ef the but at Sunday: when services were ot. S. Flaglef ave. The group visited the Redland tobacco and candy were taken by
Bomectead.AcooMuig. Mid tot both Catholic and Protestant I County; official present' Included Firm Labor Supply Center- and sMak thieve from the offide of
to the drive, The *. I Officer,_nurses, enlisted : Vln. Beatrice Vines, general completed arrangement for the tine Homeataa/f! Cab Service at N.
negroWm. John Henry, appearedto men and civilian guests packedthe secretary; Mrs. Skinner, chairmanof organization there of a surgical X. >fbglef a**, and Mowrr st Sunday
be in food health when he got building for the morning set- special services; Mr*. J. A. Ly- dressings" room and a home nursing UM between II anal 1 o'clock
.n OM bu at r fme. but vice. The altar wag banked with den captain and Mrs. Pauline instruction center. TIM pro- AU II'IOIWt had ben removed prevtovly -
wIleD the but stopped at Eaater WIn donated by: an officer Cudhorf.' lieutenant of the Dade feet will open May 4 in the duplex by the proprietor;' F. O.
ink Bet passengers-60 : m memory of Me wotnef and maw Carps; and Mn R O. Shaw, cottage act .some (M led 1 Stammer,' Md kerosene ration
sicken MH was scow. .J't1nae.j added) to fcy imrsee conUHmtloriav chairman of surgical dfeIItfI i CfOff artlrtflef WTTR Mrs Efttn fcofJU were left untouched.
,down la his meet.and; ".* I Prevtour "churchaervicea hadbeta !, An outline of the local work WM Lepore, R. N, a* nursing Inatrllfto.lit. I No clue to the Identity of the

upon arrival here held la the post theatre., given by Mr*. B. A. Titbit, chair. tl.. J! :u..a.Ml, Were bat been found.

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+'Death.Takes Mrs. Grate I I .

I'. 20 Years I I ,''I'I AMERICAN BY LEFF HEROES CAB Fw SERVlCi rr..m ,i

.,, ; rwwiti at reasonable rate .
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** Sank rUrM. ..._ M
.ass..d Lee Or.-.if, mi. vitk t>.. sea. PHONE 9108 or 389]

: ; A IIUlydlrnllulflimnulllf, ( I HOMESTEAD CAB SttVtCtF. 4

!! "With his companion .. F. a nn..". Peso,II 1
hundred feet away In a I ,)I
house, Richard, 14-year-old
of Mr. and Mr Dan M. I I -
accidentally received w 0 u n I ;

r that minutes resulted after In reaching his death the a !, : S. L. Kendrickl,;

tal In Homestead A* near I
could be found the boy JUSTICE OF nil
lipped while leaving or PEACE 'I:
the boat and thrown the .
on the muzzle of an old '; I Birth Certificates and other 'i*
he carried Funeral utnents acknowledged and '..H
. at Redland M. E. Church : i i neued. 1M).
were attended by 500 Over
hundred can .formed the : Odd Fellow Bldg. V

procession. . I l Marine Fvt lit Claw M. R. HoBiiun, .... .., tl the U S. N. W. lot St. Homestead, Ft
"C. E. Schaff arrived this I QILNCY.: WH .I..d..t her big guns mill... Mel iLnK 01.l .rti
: from St. Louis In his private I. MiMI'..ral with die Jape .( Save lilmd hi Ih. S.Ic..._. 1.1 I
t to look after his avocado llofmu Is typical W she ..... Yn w* .helping lie3mm .fI :
( rats her*. Mr. Schaff the buddies when Yoe buy bands during the Second Tar Lean I1w '1i
. "'dent; and several other sire their 1...*-Y.K lend your m.iwy. J DR. R. SPICKAT

of the M. K. and T. railroad I and .'
planting a heavy acreage to .
" cado In Redland. . Services for 31 rs. Levy And here1 the one about the DR.&C.RAYare .
f (I
two'G, I.'i In Casablanca who '
"The organization of the
j stead Gun Club was completed.her'I To lie Conducted Today ;i prepared to sample a bottle of I now associated wltaDR.R.S.AKERS
I O,E. Thompson was elected p lI I bootleg brandy in a hotel room. I
dent, S. A Belcher -. Funeral services for Mn. Cath. ,The first soldier took a couple of
: dent, and F. L. Skill ryn Hmkley ".nvy, 67, will be held'snorts but pushed the,bottle away. !
II s. Pond I.. the treasurer I'When he saw the ecord soldier"
at 3 of
In the
p. m. today chapel
I Sam MiKlnstry . field 'put It to hit lips hf jelled: DENTIST
Twenty-one., sportsmen .1. n the Turner Funeral'Home by the I Dont drink that stuff!" I
tip . ,Rev. Louis Minter, pastor of Red- ,! "Aw g'wan," said the second I
l\ . Homestead will be :land and Florida City Community i soldier, "leave me alone"I'm Office. Hours I a. m. to S p, ...
f' moted to second class u>"St churches Burial will be In Grace- I telling you, don't drink, Sundays; I to It
I flee) July 1. . \land Memorial Cemetery in Miami. it'!" screamed the first soldier, I Closed Saturday 'J
t "The recently reorganized ; Mrs Levy, who came to Redlandsix |1"1 Just looked out of the window
i i Scouts held their first real ; years ago from Baltimore, died 'I saw President Roosevelt rid-
1 on Friday And Saturday\ ; |I on Tuesday In the county hospital.I :ding down the street In r jeep 17.. N.T, sern ST. MltMl
I Scoutmaster F. B. Rue took : I I She leaves: her husband Wm. 1- PHONE M1JI |
I I boys out to y.mhoalta: of !|D. Levy; three sons Wm. D. of READ TilE WANT-ADS
canal . The biff ':Redland, Henry' I, of Camp Perry,!
Those going were Allen Va, and Geo. A. of Opa-Locka I _,
senior patrol leader, Rua : Naval Air Station; and five grand
Home Tom Loomis, Tom children. I Ho.'tE.Bt:1'ISQ TrnI J
I Sara Silverman, Fred and :: : I If you mean to buy thai
Carnlfax Charles Swing,
Home of Your Own, don't de-
Glenn, Edwin Caplmger,
I Fuihs John Martin, John i i HOMESTEAD s ( f < i lay. Residential realty !la movIng ,

and Orin Smith and brother." I FLORAL SHOP -advancing. Bargain still
"Funeral service for Mn. :I on our list soon will be sot,
rienn Caron of Florida City I I eat finish the market or out,of reach,''It
died at the Post Graduate I
I pital, were held .Sund ,. : Flower:far every. refasten I s all probability.' Thrift and wisdom
Mr*. Caron mother of,Mrs. L. I both say: "Phone" Sti DaI
f Aldrich, was 71 years of ag*,; "MOWN, ..t.'., week days;" I NOW ,;

It."Contract Lindeman was for granted the : by I,to 1:11 a. s .; 'Sell!.... "

tion of a. handsome 'atbw'aplQw" I" except U taw faswrals, I .. EDWARD STILUN
. M.. P..WoUam, r .t h. :..rlws,atl..w .
1 bid 410400.) .was the." SOIS. L io.lIld.EA.'ITPnp. ,Iwesasa a:, IEA1TOIFlerUs .
bidder. . : 4 .bras 11.1 City, Fla.
; "Silts Virginia Cameron WANTADSPAy 1
Mined a party of friends at'
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home v Dancing and. games I
were, enjoyed." ; '
Although be ,came down ,here "
merely to build the new' high
school building J. F. ,Umpbreyha
decided to locate here'v ,
:2r. and .1M,.. ...., T. 'J.ckioieeUrUined. REDLAND :BRAND FERTILIZERS

..,. Jn '...,MhJttgurd > > ' ...
anniversary" :: . : .
i 't.icIneI'Van Winkle has. Joined ', 7 ", .
.* Davy and 'expect* to' leave "
KeyWkat' fur Hampton. Rood, '. ., > J
future. .. .
Va. in the near .. I
."A daughter was born to Myud '. "
< ,Mrs. Fred Locos on ,Fridayof '

last Consult us' about .your fertilizer 'requirements . : ; ,

BOYS for the. coming year. y ,


Due to government regulation and shortages ,j

i '?fewis s ewatadsiereed br s elanwholes"a I of several materials we will not be able tot .1

end edoearional, yes '.; ,

.atenaining irty.IN b.r'4 30 Twts Pt.),de Wailes.7tat.9 toy,. " make ALL of our regular.mixtures. But we :will I' ., .

scam of America has pub.Idad .
soTS' LIFE.It'sthesesq -
you do our best to supply as near as possible what "
all; be atlie se ,
gist your era -
( seasend'. you >will need. ' '

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Florida East' Coast Fertilizer Co. ,,


k .Telephone-1$: '. ''mA X\:. .RUE, Manager :)Eleir.estcid; tla. :

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Friday. April 30, 19-1.1 HOMESTEAD: LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Patre Threok

'Delu, Joanne Diixtee:-Juanlta

Arnold, Linda and Lillian BUck. JAMES ARCHER SMITH 'i Tth em tIEJJUYESJOU

Bobby Brandenburg Joe and HOSPITAL NEWS
Charlei Campbell and He'en! and
In and AroundHotnestead ; "
Gl nn Sihroeder. Mr: ':Mrs: Walter Fisher are / TOOlMOXTftif -

parents of a son bom Apr. 24 in .
4 Fred Bracket left Wednesday James Archer Smith Hoapltal tt JUtffltBs
for hip home in North Haven The mother and baby were returned lulls
CSnn ; to their home In Princeton ,
I on Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs V. O. Rohrer of I
A daughter was born Apr. 24
Mr and Mrs Gordon Ivey are land Mrs. James A. Alvia. SIt. I Miami spent Sunday here to Mr. and 101.... Ceo F. Frain i I Alit roxornoxtuROLLER!
announcing the birth of a leven.I .I who la an uncle of of Forlda City
t pound daughter, Madlyn Linda I fAlvis. h. been !In the army Mr and Mrs Hobart Brorkett I SKATEIN
on Apr 27 In Victoria Hospital 13 years. Mr..i' who, left Thursday for.their homeIn Medical patients are Wm. F.
at Miami North Haven ,will stop en Simmons and Roland H. Worley COMFORTtwtlnt
route to visit their son, John, at of Homestead and Herbert Conordof I .
Mr. and Mn W F Des : Till I 11 IN P. N
V Mr and Mrs J. E. Gauzens chen of Miami: were guests this I Mays Landing, N. J. New York. City. Wal-1 j,' ...1 1o.. ____ Ifa. "!. tat
'have moved from 904 N. Krome week of Mn Des Botchers' parents I : Yesterday morning Mrs ,
M-Ji.; :
ave. to 809 N. W. Second ave, 'Mr and Mrs L. A Young Mr. and J Brockettwere ter Erben and Infant son were I Venetian
former home of 'Mr and Mn P. Mn Des Roschers if the former Easter dinner guests of Mr. removed to the home of Mrs Er
r B Ratcliff which has been purchased Miss Edna Young and Mn Hugh Bemla ben s step-father and mother Mr I Skating Rink
by Mr. Gauzeni' brother. I and Mrs Raymond Insua and
In-law and iliter Mr. and Mn M.... Robert Centner and her Miss Beatrice Cline was a week Mrs Chester Warford and son ITtt a. W. lik ..... HIM
H. S. Brandmon of Syracuse N house guest Mn Hank McClellan end guest of ),fro and Mrs C. M. were returned to their home in I
se. Y. Mrs Brandman who plans of Washington D. C.. spent Sun. Russell of Miami i Goulds
to spend her winters here has day and Monday in Miami. 'Mrs
been a recent guest at the Gauz. McClellan remained In Miami until !
en home. Wednesday when she was
joined by. M.... Mary'Brooks of
W. H Owens and George Coop. Sebrlng who accompanied her to
er plan to represent the Redland Washlngtpn (I THE 2ND LOAN
District Lions Club at the state ... " WAR DRIVE IS ON !:

convention which will be. held In FLORIDA CITYBr :
fyi Mount Dora on.Sunday Monday, .. .. *
and Tuesday Warns. $every ..... ..1'
Mr. and 'Mrs A. J. Van Marter Mrs. Garland Bennett of Bu-
left for their home In Ithaca N. I ford. Ga, is a guest of her brother
Y. recently, after selling their .In-law and surfer, 'Mr and Mrs.
residence on N. Krome rd. to' T. Paul Haley. Mr. Bennett who
),fro and Mrs Merle Trowbrldg' came with her, left Friday for
f of Detroit.Mr. the naval hospital In Norfolk
The Command has Corner
where he it stationed as pharmacists

and Mrs L. F Muench mate.
and sons Bernard and Paul left '
Sunday for their home In Springfield Mr. and Mn Harvey Rohrer
Mo., after a visit of several and family and Mr. and Mrs
I weeks with Mn Muench's parents Harold Rohrer and family of Cape '
Mr. and M.... C W. Me. Sable were week-end guests of \\ rr
i Ewen. Mr and Mrs John Rohrer. ,

t ''Mrs Carton Malcolm arrived Mr and Mn Thos G Minter "
Saturday from New York to visit returned Monday to their homeIn 1
i her parents, Mr. and Mn Ceo Martinsvllle. Va., after an extended !
M. Frick, as her husband a private visit with their son, the Be
In the army air forces Is Rev. Louis Minter ,
being transferred from La Guard. -- ,t ;. .
i la Field to another station 'M.... F. M. Bachelor Is recoverIng -
from her illness > -
: 'Mr. and Mrs P B. Ratcllff, . ....-.- 4
who recently sold their home here, Mrs Chas Clinton came from
are visiting relatives In' Miami. I Key West for the week-end.
I -
it ThiYis the fateful historic 2nd War loan Drive which started ?
Mr. and Mrs James McCreadyleft Mn Matl0' \llaQ| of Miami was l \ _nnilB_ big push on! ,
yesterday for their1 summer, a week-end guest of Mrs. Edith1 ( JL summer that we have been waiting for April 12th, UihemostulgenuppealAmerica :
home In Standish Mich. Tamblyn. : -: l }Hitler knows he must win before mother has ever made wp%
A v <
): Fhilation. ' * Mr. and Mrs L. L. Field and I An Easter egg hant was enjoyed /winter rolls around,or face inevitable anni."Jfa >.'1?fflffi ,
family have moved from their J Sunday at the Fritz Srhroe- And you cm be lure iLat he will f-TtiC lime is "liort-act lime! ?:
home In the country to the resident der home by Nita and Phyllis
: at ..,W.. ffth' stCapt i 4 hurl everything he has-every gun, plane When you attack with War Bonds you don't ;!-J,
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--- soldier and tank-into the summer struggle *
; 'yget pain or ,0guish-you don't risk your
Russell Schell and Mrs I '
Schell the former Miss Betty [ that is even now' rising la.tempo on,.. .ver, IJ1b, or your life ? millions| of our boys .<
Brown ,are row in Alexandria front ... (!
*i \ e4oing every day. All you do is make at Vt hAnd ;
La. as Capt. Schell an amphibian 4 '
engineer ls stationed at (camp [ i when the command goes out to our investment-the safest ia the world. You V*

Livingston. :.. \ fighting men to ATTACK-you cfif be sure help to secure Victory now-and your own
thtj don't look for excuses They don hesi- financial security. j
Mrs John Ricks of Miami was \
41 guest of her daughter M.... T.I1 ir I tate They strike fast and hard-ss they did During this drive If you are visited by a

,t days. Hodges last, .week In;Homestead,, .''several ; f at Guadalcanal, in Tunisia end 11l tie! rhea ,0u4Icer War Bond worker, welcome him. '.,

'. '* t--- 't I over,Eucti: re. .. .:; :' ..He will explain the 7 different types of U S. '

iI Wednesday Mrs H. from l'" Rcdjn a visit returned In MI. : NOW the command his come 9neWhoroe Government obligations you may choose '

; ttml with her son-in-law and front to attack! To attack with the dollars from But don wait for his call-go at once

daughter, Mr. and M.... W. C. that buy the weapons of war our boys must to your nearest bank or Post Office or place
Taunton She ought her two-I
II year-old grandson James Calvin have to meet the last desperate assaults of where they sell War Bonds And answer the

-Taunton, with her. Hitler. Your government asks you to lend it command to ATTACK by: buying: more War

Staff Sgt Grady H. Russell of Every family funeral con. _,1J billion doUuuJuf! this drive-And- this DODds-and still more- . ,War Bonds 1 _-

Tort Penning da* spent last I slderatlons ,'ar,.. Where expense -
week here fci the home of Mr.f Is a pressing! matter our

advice, services, prove of definite
War aid Talk your needs over
'I1a..t. the Second
Lean driver It billion loli with this 'funeral directing THEY GIVE THEIR LIVES. YOU LEND YOUR MONEY !1I
i Un. That b lo.t abMt ... establishment freely We will .
ftfta ef he estimate Increase be equally free with practical
.* tk* F.MI. Ilea for Ibe ..- advice.
sal year W IMS.

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; k*Puhlt the south had rrUar D4t fuWtoliUi tl. R nMM4 Gropes, r1a. ,|! i ? I LT. Fuchs on Visit Here, II (Smith, Jr. Mr. and Mrs John N
Gadway Jr, Mary Elizabeth ,
Notified of PromotioDiLt.
I i Cadway John
Cadway and John
DEN AICBCI I Oadway, 3rd.Matthew. "
President. and EditorLEACH Richard Fuch*. U. S. N. H.. I '

IIAIiORm ARCMJCI hat been pending a week's leaveIn I Q. tow .left Wed*

Managing r..d1W. Homestead and Coral Cabletwith .nesday night from the V. S.'Maritime .
I MART rtRREU. DICKINSON 1 relatives Since he wa here) training school at St. Pet.ersburg .
N.", and but summer, just after rowing]: for a pool where he win '
to Cuba from the sinking of the!
j be assigned to a, merchant marine ,
merchant ihlp whole gun craw I, vessel..according to word received ;.
RATE he commanded, he hal teen duty!I
his mother
I* D.4> Counter. I mo.. lw; d ...... n*, ant. While he could not relate by Mrs W. II \.
.. Anderson His papers from the
O"old' or r..1. rr Conniri II.M; I ..... 'IM: bin all water in which U. S. Navy I I school, where he took a three
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moi | Kit 1 IJM vessels operate He now wean
month entitle him
course, to serve I Ial
colon Indicating he has served
water tender
a fireman or
/entered alas" mall" matte In American waters, African and oiler Q. had returned to the school
M.nh Is. 1011, .t the, Post art" at Mediterranean waters and Asiatic
H.oe..tead Florida an" the. on Wednesday morning after a
met at
II..... I. Ira. waters Moreover, he has Just received ten-day leave spent her*.
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; f v notice that effective Mar. Charles Steffanl, seaman sec.and .
ga. 11 he was promoted from lieutenant
class In the Seabees
Is enjoying -
All Over the WorldBy Junior grade to full lieuten the wonderful meals and

any recent Interesting experiences the recreation provided at his
Annie Msyhew Fitzpatrick he did admit that he had not
station in the North Atlantic, ac.
Come '
over now-we're not so faraway .been obliged to "swim home" anymore
letters sent his
cording to parents,

{ Just sixty hours to any place (I II Mr. and Mrs a C., H.I Steffanltl" .

t they say
r It't nice to know too, that we. are |Lt.. Ferrell Stationed Clement Russell, son of Mr.
\' so near In Interesting Region and Mrs W H. Russell of Naran-

,j To loved ones who seemed on .- Ja. is serving as fighter pilot on
another sphere the African front. In a recent
, Some day I'll auk a wiser one Mrs S. L. Dickinson hu received letter to his mother, who la a
j than I the following word from teacher at Redland School he

.1 The price of sixty hours In the her brother, Lt Frank E. Ferrell, tqld of sight-seeing in Casablanca.
sky VF formerly of Homestead, who Is I
And then I'll save until I know j. first pilot on a Liberator somewhere Naval Aviation Cadet Clyde
I can In the Pacific area: Chambers is on furlough at the
Take off for any place that I "We arrived at our final destination home of his parents Mr. and Mrs.
may plan. age u.tatAa, . and what a pleasant N. L. Chambers of Princeton. H*
Just sixty hours It used to tak surprise wall We're situated Is being transferred from Chicago .
long weeks in the most beautiful little to Corpus Christi where he
Give Their Lives-You Lend Your Money"
"They I.
To visit places famed for sights valley I with mountains ranging expects to complete his training
and freaks I V S TrMnri DNniwnlNew I from ten to twenty thousand feet within the next six weeks

Wo saw but when the circus came all around us And what vegetation I I .
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' to town. 1 I Green grass and trees areeverywhere Pvt. Don Welles, a former resident -
I always seemed to cotton to the e entrance rules for the W serving its daily files to save the I : and there are carefully of Florida City while In
4 clown ,AACs require a girl to have two huge space bound volume require cultivated rice fields all ov the employ of the Florida Power
More than to poor caged thingsthat 'years of high school or an equivalent . |ler the valley & Light Co., is stationed In South
prowled all day amount of education to Join I "The natives are.very friendly Africa J
#' Behind their bars and longed to !i the Women Army. Prevlouilyf An army officer U quoted assaying and helpful-they just swarmed i ,
get away ,'there were no fixed educational that the U. S. Is laying the{about to greet us as we landed, Pfc. Henry Dodson has been ,
tint maybe twos as much for;requirements foundation for the worlds greatest and I never saw such curiosity graduated with "distinction and |
them to see ] air transportation syitem They crowded around he plane honor"* from a course In sheet j
Such funny human things as you'' Price ceilings on meat have e Wonder if the eleven and a half with their mouths wide open and metal mechanics and has been
and me. !been postponed OPA now an- million dollar airport soon to be gawked and gawked They are transferred from Los Angeles to
II But anyway, our outlook now hasl they will go into effect!I begun in Miami has anything to(very healthy looking and laugh: Oklahoma City, Eldest son of Mr.
3 changed tray I' 17.There's. i i do with it, now or later? all the time. tOne little 13.rear, and Mrs J. H. Dodson of Homestead -

From shorter circuits that we all I .....................................' old boy a cadet in the army, Is ht is serving with the air h
have ranged. I I not a shortage of wool, I |always epic and span He took a'' forces
Since we were told by all the i but folks wre- advised this week i Your Dates I shine to me right after we landed a e e

mighty power I to take care of wool clothing and With Uncle .sam land follows me wherever I 110.I Mrs Robert Centner, the former

The farthest point I I. only sixty (blankets. In wartime there non 1|' .................. .................. |He talks all the time and will Miss Elizabeth Skill, plansto
hours I to much oT anythingD I I probably be a great help. Join Pvt Centner of the army it

II I I I I SUGAR: Stamp 12 good foi' 'In addition to the boy, there air corps at Lubbock Texas, before -
THE < n't cuss the bus these days five pounds through May 31. I list a 12-year-old girl who peddles May 30, the first anniversary
''fur its 'driver may turn. out to be COFFEE: Stamp 23 good' for' iclgarets, candy, matches etc of their marriage Pvt. Gent-

1101lIEase / I 1 a lady. one pound through May 30. ',who has attached herself to the ner, who was graduated from

-'"'" "' wwww, I I FUEL, OIL: Coupon 3 valid till il crew. They are the cutest little Madison Radio Mechanical Schoolat
7"- :,Sept 30.GASOLINE. devils' The girl Is full of fun and Madison, Wls., in December,
.uri .neg e. WAit 'M'O'MA"O" I I
CURRENTCOMMENT I !:: A-coupon S good I mischief, and, believe it or not finally proved he had boon mls-
,has the poise and grace of a much classified in radio and was transferred "
We won't have to stand in line i for three gallons through July 21.:older person We're very fond ot last month to the photolithography \

for Ration Book No 3. Both the SHOES: Stamp IT (in sugar; them both and spend a great deal department He is a
application blanks and the book By AGVEW: WELSHtdlurl book) good for one pair until Ilof I time entertaining them. We graduate of the College of the

itself will be delivered by the"..- June 13.BLUE. I play ball, ride them on our bicycles City of New York and before his

postman. The new book will be I Metal Mr Webb I STAMPS: D. E, and F I and even play hop-scotch Induction was employed in the
the same size as the ones we ...mean M !.M aar.e..nt hU "'tW or at _whethw expire today, G H, and J valid I; with them We all derive a great publication division of the navy
have now. I with his ..In........ Address _..... through May 31. deal of pleasure from them and department In Washington, D. O.
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i IttIo Miami. ran. RED!: STAMPS: A, B, C, D, 1: are pitching In and buying the
And don't ,;the; Jitters Book expire today.Passenger little girl some decent clothing Pvt. Wm. McConnell, son of Mr.
No. 3 merely replaces the old. It When the family went north, car driven will I It seems that all she has Is one and Mrs W. T. McConnell of
contains no rationing surprises. and Abrahain, U:. yard man, mileage rations exceeding 24 I coat and one pair of ragged Homestead, has been transferred
sought other work he told prospects monthly will be eligible for an)J,I pants. She .la trying to make her from Miami Beach to Los Angeles.
he had been "dejobulated"That own way, but It Is a hell of e .
Coffee prospect are encouraging grade of new tire when their
says OPA. Coffee rations s one for .Franklin's voluminous present casings are not recappa-, when a child, especially a Pvt Harry Bowen younger son '
might even be Increased one of vocabulary: of verisimilitude big, according to a ruling effective . little girl, has to make her own of Mr and Mrs D i.. Bowen, has
these days, but that No. 23 stamp 'May 1.Aid. living Weve given her some completed his baste training at
which became good Monday will The tax collector 'of Palm food a mirror, and a finger nail Miami Beach and baa been trans
bring only one pound until the Beach County is quoted as saying file. (which ..* had to tJiow her ferred to aerial gunnery school .,;
end of May. that during the past year forty how ItO use). She ,always looks at Buckley Field Colo. ,. J
millionaires hjsve transferredtheir (very' gay and sweet when we e e .

OPA has moved to protect that residence from that county to Enemy (give her something and says J. 8 Seats has enlisted for .4 .
good old Southern dish of fried to other states In order to avoid Any American who wilfully Thank you and 'Very good service with the Seabees and U .
chicken from black marketeers the Intangibles tax .law neglects to pay his tans on !In her queer language undergoing training at Camp
Several poultry dealer have been I I tine or to Invest every cent he e e Peary, Va. Mr*. Seats the tor.
cited for violation of poultry When Bobby Burn wrote eau la Wet Bond U 111I'8I711'- [Lt. Collins and Guests mer Mia Constance Hunter. M
price ceiling e warning to others -Some ha' meat and some ha' lag aid and comfort to the employed at tilt local telephone
not to run afoul of fowl re none" he must have had a preview enemy . W* have a lob to Spend Easter .la Modejlo office and will continue to make \
f strictions. of his bonnl Scotland In de and we are aU called for her home here Mr. Seat i is tile A-

IMS. service to our country. Our Lt. Tom A. Collins, commanding son of Mr. and Mrs S. C. Seals
Folk who are worried about I dollars are called to service I officer of the medical detach of South Allapattah Garden '
i find crumb A national magazine hat started I too. Let vs an ask ounehrtSK.Ska ment at the regional station hospital e .
meat supplies may a .
I It* third foreign-language edition w. W mere feeder with I of the John Brown tad of Mr. gad
In this-A new meat, dark red I army: air force at
.... teas with the lives
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and tasting something like beet this last one being Swedish. eer Palm Beach, spent Easter with his Mrs. John Brown of Naranja, and ,
ef ear MHT Secretary I
Is getting a play. It* whale meat. : From proofs of its page three )!otlIIth.1I. mother Mrs. Eva Collins of Mo.j Clyde fiwllley, son of Mr. and
And co-otoglsui say whales are I micro-films are made-eo small dello. He arrived Friday Mr*. B. R. SwOley of Redland, li
mammals: *o It's meat not fish that the mass will be no larger (i Accompanied by Lt and Mrs left on Wednesday for Inductioninto y
than a man' thumb These are I Wilmer CeibeU Miss Janet Fox I the army at Camp Blandlng.
There'll be no shortage of babies sent by air mail over different ,and Warrant Officer Willys I I I
this year, If War Production route*-to insure the safe arrivalof "THEY GIVE THEIR Wood They returned to Palm, Sgt Roy Smith son of Mr. and !I
anything It'* at least one of them. These |Beach Sunday night accompanied Mr, Dexter Smith of Homestead .
Board figure mean .
authorizing the manufacture ol I negatives are then enlarged to UVESYOUUNDyOUIMOHZY" I by Mrs Collins, who was the expected home Sunday on I..- ):
normal die photo-engravlngt guest of Lt and Mrs lough from Camp Blandlnf. "
baby carriage, strollers, baby i Ceibel unIrrrVednesday. r,
walker and the like. More than i made of them and with these I I II f
a million will be needed In 1944' I plate the magazine Is ready to go sell More I i Others present at Mrs. Collins Edward TUdale returned to
it to press. A Miami paper uses alike War Beads Today Easter dinner party Sunday were: Camp Standing Thursday after a
tays photographic process for pre- ,(light Officer and Mrs. Dolt E. week at his home In Florida City. ..;


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II ] Americans::Your Country's Lost-* -.Fateful* > i [Nour_ i !, *Nee. -. vTpHE

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r* hour when the final die Is cast,when deA If we do not win, the money you'fail to lend There are Seven different typesof

cisive victory bangs in the balance.The hour now will be worse than useless to you. If we win, I U. S. Government Securities-

v which will decide the future of you and your as we must, the money you lend now will be re I choose the ones best suited for you:'.

children...a future of joyous freedom or a futureof turned with interest... for you to spend on the t "
endless serfdom.Yes good things of life...for you to enjoy in a free : United States Wv Savings fends-Suta E:
The perfect ianitrocat for individual and
it is ten minutes to midnight. And when and safe world. I funilr lariats. beck 14 for every
I 13 whea the Bond-J:' aed
the first stroke of that fateful hour begins to So dig down,Americans.Answer the challenge' I sally for the smal lee iamior.Dued I it eipe.d.

sound, it will be too lot to throw your weight. by buying War Loan securities this month with of Interest month 9%which I feu p.i(ymtnl held to It .maturity...edj

into the fight. every idle dollar you have except what you need SlOOO.Deaomlaulooil Redemption|2], $50 time, $64)100 days, fOO tltct,
'. The time to do that is NOW. _' for the barest necessities of life. iiiue due.Price: Jt%of maturity*Uuc.2KX I,

I Now,when your dollars can keep the produc- Don't wait for the War Loan Volunteer. Beat ,:i 'I Treasury. acceptable Bonds of II 1SM-1K9 bank collMeraC1ucee :: Il.*di.urkeuMe. '.

y ":don lines humming.Now,when your dollars can the gun by going to your bank investment dealer J, I I fund.Roads estate@are and. ..individuals investments A for special Woos
1))ri the tanks and guns and planes and ships out broker Post Office,or bond booth todtj( feature provides that they easy be redeemed
: e1 and accrued Interest for
i : L Jdiers need to fight a winning war...the only; .J Have your money in your fist ... the fist that of per eatialrlac fedaral MUM tares the purpoM Deal
\ Aped It.U,194J,4u.J af.t969.t.m.
, ,,1 kind of a war we can afford to fight.Now,while knockout blow the Axis. $1.04
can deliver the to Hut.,_ l.uciOllIl 00. s000. $10.004
#, :!there are still ten minutes before midnight. 4&j hurry... .. .r''"w j, Noec.ll.HeuU 100,000 and Juaa I.OOO'OOOO Joai
&.Your is asking to Iced dollars I par .4 IIC -II Do soy !IMrMI
country you
I 1 For it is ten minutes to midnight.?. I I :::.:. 'aswdc., i(lent ice ...
9..; 1 Jin greater amount than ever before. It is asking interests
i The hour that can strike the knell..!fdooa r-o 7J I I 1 0DIer See urloee: .
dolli series
yfc'r 13 billions of i extra this month .13a *'K "C'T. Noc.a%%
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11\\ r i . !' . Social Events in ,South Dade somas -, ::1




; ;- Princeton are announcing the engagement I ; : ; -:-
i Miss Mary Louise Dearing presented with a Bible and a of their daughter. Miss Mn. John Rohrer was given C. Schutt, Mrs. Rudolph Mattson,

HomeM apprentice seaman of the U. S.Navy chlella, Mrs. B. Mrs.
minister and the bridegroom'sfellow Herman J.
| afternoon in the town hall
Charles Daniel Robertson at 12:30: 11 day
and son of Mr. and Mrs.
coast guardsmen also gave Torcise, Mrs. Wm. McCullough
p. m. on Easier Sunday In the j Florida Mr. and Mri
them a lovely gift. C. 1. Hilton of Perrlne. lat City. Mrs J. H. Hancock, Mrs Irene

First Method Church lit Went The couple a honeymoon Miss Irwin a gradual of Red :Rohrer, resident of Florida City, Shanklin, Mrs.' W. W. Severy
Palm Bench The .
performed by the ceremony Rev. Newton wax ,t'of' several days at the Kenwood land High School, attended Florida for more than thirty yean, will M... R. J. Shepard, Mrs L I.
State College for Women and Becker, Mrs Edward Stiling, Mrs.J. .
Wise, pantor of the church and | Hotel In West Palm Beach and move early In May to their new
at present Is employed at Homestead H. Freeman Mn Loren Roberts .
returned Homestead Tuesday
acting chaplain of the Lake Worth :i to home onJJauer dr. In Redland.
Field. Mrt. H. Angellni, Mrs. F,
Mr Roberts reported Wednesday -
coast guard unit of which the night
Seaman Hilton also a graduateof Mrf. Rohrer has been active In GartRnanl, Mn. Hm. J. Geronl-
bridegroom son of Mr, and M".I'I morning to his station at
Chas O. Robertson of Homestead, I Lake Worth. Mn. Robertson will Redland High School attended church and community work of mo, 'Mrt. Albert Brown, M.... John
is member. 1[continue to make her home herewith the University of Florida He is the town and at present li president Becker Mrt. E. A. Froscher Mrs.
Attendants were 'Miss Rose Pet I her stepfather and mother, now stationed In Bainbridge Md. of the VT S. C. S. of the A. S. Rivers, Miss Homelyn Becker

erson and Harry Martin of Home- I Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lumpkin. Wedding plaid have not been Florida City Community Churck Miss Henrlette Pichard and y
completed Punch, sandwiches, nut and Miss Alice Macomber.
tead. Ralph Delllnger of Home-J The bride came to Homestead
olives were served by the hostesses
15 with her
lead also witnessed the wedding years ago par-
The bride wore navy blue accessories ,'ents from Miami and attended MISS MARGUERITE CROW Mn. Roy Chandler, Mn SPECIAL'ST..TlONERY
with eo.o pink the local schools. Mr. Robertson' i WEDS IN GREENWICH R. L .1 Wm. E. Myers and Mrs. Lloyd IS t'SO ATTRACTION
4 born Jn Homestead.,A graduate Announcement Is being made of Dietz.
and blue jersey. Her corsage was was I : for
Special stationery Mother's
of yellow carnations Miss Peter. of Homestead High School, he the marriage on Mar. 17 of Miss On the guest list were:'Mrs. B. ,
ton wore navy blue with white enlisted In the coast guard In Marguerite Crow, formerly of H. Edwards, Mrs Bruce Thompson Day messages to that provided *
I Mrs. C. E. Nelll. .Mrs. Dora for Easter is proving quite
accessories and white carnations cember of 1942 and Is Homestead, to Russell E. Llndqulst .
De-I attractive to ervlc. at the
Mr. and M.... Robertson were seaman, second class. U. S. N. in Greenwich, R. I., Mulllns Mrs. W. F: A. Robertson men
USO clubhouse, Director W. 1:.
where they are now making their Mrs J. M. Dobbin Mrs. M.
A. Rhodes Mrs. Robert Vrana, D. Ward said yesterday.The .
I SUNDAY'S SUCCESSFUL US 0 OPEN HOUSE .j Llndqulst( Is the daughter Mrt. Donald Sullivan. Mrs. Chat. game room is equippedwith

INSPIRES PLANS FOR SIMILAR PROGRAMS of Mn. W. R. Crow now of Chi. Clinton, Mrs. G. M. Arbogast. facilities for ping-pong and
t I cago. Her father owned and operated Mrs. Ernest Nelll Mrs. T. Paul darts, and cushioned settees have

Crow' Pharmacy In Homestead Haley. Mrs. Louis 'Minter, been Installed for the men's re

t i Nearly hundred soldiers and service men at the dance sponsored until his ,death about ten J. S. Caves Mrs. W. H. M.1]'laxation. More new furniture will

.: tailors were present at the open last night ,by member bf I years ago. Mrs A. B. Chapman, r'I.HM: be added aod additional painting
bouse for service men given by the Homestead Presbyterian 'Mrs. Lindquist attended the local Brown, Mrs. W. J. .I lighting and, repairs are planned
$ the Dorcas Class of the First Bap Church. schools and ws graduatedfrom Chas. Becker Mrs. A. Leu Is. Mrs.I which will make the clubhouseas

fist Church of Homestead In the Tomorrow evening there will bea the nurses' training school L. O. Cloninner! Mrs. F. C. Henn.. attractive as ace In'towns ot
VSO clubhouse on Easter afterBoon. game o' bingo! for the enlistedmen at Jackson Memorial Hospital. She Mrs. C. S. Phillips. Ma J. B. similar size Mr. Ward IBid.I .

Mrs C. T. Harper iwas i I at the 'OMaY has since been on the staffs of,, Cohrenour' Mrs' R. L. Nelll, Mrs.l!! -
Chairman of the party I On Thursday 8. St. John's the Dade County Hospital and L. J. Walkup; I EPISCOPALIAN GROUPS

In a musical program directed Episcopal Church will entertainand of Chicago hospitals. I Mrs. L. E. Forsyth..... H. J.j'(ARE CHEN EGG HUNTS
by Mm II Collier. the soloists II on Saturday, May 8. mem- Brockett, Mrs. J. H. Booker M""I
I Mri A. L. Burgreen and Mr .
bers of the Neighborhood Clubof John Barker, Mrt.
were Mrs Keith Foulk who sons MRS ROSA HENRY WEDS : Hen.&rook.j;
"Oprn the Gates of the Temple" Redland will be hostesses. IN HELENA ARK. er, Jr. Mrs. ,'Ceo. N. Wakefield were hostessesto
\" the Service League .ot St.
: Frank Basso, Mrs B. F. Collier, I
and Mix I Mary Ellen Dearlng who Mn Rosa Henry of Homesteadand
I Mrs J. H: Dixon, Mrs Edward ,John's Episcopal Church at an
I Pang "Thi Old Rugged Cross"Misses JUNIOR METHODISTS ARE L. B. Miller of Helena, Ark., I
Easter hunt eveningat
Reed, Mrs. R. E. Scott Mrs. Fritz I egg
Hilda Clarice and Dorrls GIlES EASTER EGG HUNT were married In Helena Apr. IS
I the After the eggs
Ada DftdMin sang "Take up ThyCross" Mrs J. E. Close was hostessto After spending ten days there Schroeder Mn. H. M. I
r.. Miss Hilda Dodson was the Junior department of First they have returned to Homesteadto Mrs R. II Worley, Mri. were found Ice cream and cake
I Tisdale, Mrs. Salma Mattson I were served to the 18 guests.
pianist for group singing. Methodist Church school 'at ;an make their home here. M""j
Home-mnde coke and punch I Faster egg hunt Monday after. J. W Miller, Mri O. Askew, I Miss Virginia Haas entertained

"were served noon at her home. After all the CUB CANCELS Margaret Kennedy, Mrt. Fannie I the primary department with an
Others. present were: Mr. and eggs were found games. wel'e DISBANDS Turner: egg hunt on the church ground.
and ,I FOR SUMMER( Mrs. H. J. Derbyshire Mr W. Easter morning
:Mn E. L. Lawrence. Mr. punch were ..erved.I .
The annual spring luncheon of
(Mrs. W T McConnell Mr and The Rene
I young guests were:
the South Dade Garden Club
)''frs. J R Byrum. Mr. and M... 'Hooker, Fay and Ray Caplinger, scheduled for May 3, has ..beencan..lled I
A. D. !Smith Dr and Mrs Irs J. Mary Ann Vandenburg ''Marian
theclub has disbanded
Baynes Mr. and Mrs T. C. t I'Anderson Mary Lou Musselwhite, for the summer The next THEJack
Shniklefoul Mn Goo A. West. 'Doris and Nancy Craddock, Martha I
I meeting will be held. Oct. 4.
,JYIn. Clara Andiews. Mis Robert Lee Davis, Sally Suber, Nor-
Hathaway Jean Foster
Vurrah II ma David Frede.rlcks.Stanley DIXIE Johnson:
'*" .... H J D'II.f..... W. B. I Pacetti Fred Suber and The Calendar Folk
Caves Mis W F. Beam. Mrs W ,'Raymond Pierce. MNNMNNN N.aNNNNNN,W N.wNwwMNNNNNY ..
Phones 30 and (111
\ W. Beam Mrs. Georgia Blgeers Adult guests w ''rt:, the Rev: May 3--Meetlng of Homestead ."

I ;;11.... Arthur French Mrs. Chat and M.... O. Sewell ..Palmer M....II B.P.W.C. with Mr*. Clna Stewart ..
(Martln Mrs A E. Paul. Miss! J. L. Wlmberlcv and"Mn M.'A. .

I Cecilia Harper Miss Lulu 'Mathls, $ielickl ., May Meeting of modeling
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Misses Caroline and Ann Shack. _
class of Homestead Art Club at 11
I leford. Miss Mabel Ruth Pope Members of the Homestead N. W. Second it at 7 p. m. WA NOME OFFER '
I' Miss Charlotte Geronimo, Misses Home Demonstration Club who I May 4 Legion Auxiliary
Ruth and Betty Byrum and Miss attended the annual achievementday : luncheon and election of officers. r'O '.1
Jolyne Mock observance la Miami yesterday May 4-Hedland Woman's Club
) Similar entertainments will\ be were Mrt Carl Ander. covered dish supper Ai NME

flnnned fur service men on Sun- son, ''Mr A.' W. Hutlhtnson. May -Meetlng of Neighborhood c
I\ Say afternoons In the future e Mrs John Craves, ?t.... Charles Club with 1\\.... Frederick / too. pWVER pUFFS
i Formal dress predominated at Eichenberegr! 'Mn, A. D. Sndth, Weber.

I.. the regular Tuesday evening Mn. Cecil Walker, M.... R. E.'td- May -St. John's Episcopal ; ., ,;, ic
r !dance which was directed by MTI.i wards, Mrs. O. C. Radford, Mrs Church party at USO clubhouse 4 line" lhl.elour.toL + 19OM r

f i Adrian Jacobs, The ballroom was Harry Walter. Mn. Oeo. N. May -Annual party of Pres- 5. n As.ned ktePs
decorated effectively with'purple Wakefield M.... A U Burstreen byterian Auxiliary at" home of r Pciruao'package

I t %nd gold streamers and M.... Let>11I Williams.. .* M.... Carl F Robinson. them clean an-al Mkt
<'" a
Limeade and cookies were
terved at the snack bar by MrsPrmton 'r

B. Bird. M..... John Barker CHERROSOTE
n. site U. D.
F and Mrs Burley Dendy. Other

hostesses were Mr*. J. R. COUGH SYRUP
t Brooks 'M...: L I: 'Field, M....
rom It "it/patrlck Mrs. Irma sad u. .. $0at

y hall ...... Huv'rt' Kendall. MnIawrence IEFE COLD TABLETS ""'AtM1i ,

Pope. Mrs. Fred Suber, .
Nr B. E. Vihlen. Mn Freder- r Doo'e take chances with cold OTH 75'ItMCMIU
Ick Weber and Mn W. E. D. I la ti Get these effective sot

.Ward. ti helps Dow. M.. .. deg -n .AVI Ik
Hostesses at the dance Apr 221
were: Mrs. Al Wolfe, M.... J. i, GiftALtotn" ItMCMIU tHI r 0 T M JX>* !tW f M Ail

'Wolfe, Mrs. Chrli Peter en. Mn AID

L. field. M... B. E. Vlhlen, TO TOUR EYESBRACKIN'S
tn. Fred Suber, Mrs. Lawrence ,

i 9 i'ope, Mr .'Lucy Hodges and Mrs. w. a Msnlpawta en A WORD ABOUT OUR
Irma Hall tf en service men and delete tI lr. obsedoo iiR

1 their partners attended the dancing Ar lYll SERVICEt
class taught by Mine MtryanCbadwlck : \ \ PRESCRIPTION

Just before the dance. 1asfti.n
Tfce Real! fire b W in
A dance was sponsored Saturday \ Drug .jwdi1 sto1
night l by the ,Woman* Club '\Y I'' pew'fiRST tmtctiptiM ...vicek k is rite awst impost /

>t n,,me,tead with the following tent ...... Ie esr_ Only..Psble... ,
y .......*:.' Mrs. Walter Weiss, .LINE of DIlEN" Rssesed......1..,Ming the(West affctlTW ..

.s. Chris Petenen, Mrs. tsaAonT. -w.--.,..rpmcrlp- ;' 1".

DitioV, "Mrs.. Henry ... aew MM *n she Rrssq Dtigfcsei f.
.r*. R. R.' KlMrd ,.,.. B.. laws r... '.
,iMm' 'Mrs' Fred Suber..IM.lIJ'ol : +tl
W. >piA.4 4M aW JPea 1W BMM .
.'".. ,,;;.: :. ':'.0';: I ... ",-, (_:. .;:f""I'h'AY -MIAMI: '; lat ,""U:1'I"t 'M .. ,.,
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TAX DXan .
Ckaftor lf4aY. Arufof IM*. fU I

Via MOTJCB J. a>o II tU*HERE I.;,Y holder GIVEN of 'Rate that .d Special ATKllnt tawtrtkn IIM t Sloe; lubwwjueot loterttoMMl
County T.. Certificate No. HUM bad the Ilea
Mi day of dab A. D. 1MT Iou filed aanla
an (.... and kM arch appltratloa fauk. <
uo dead m M bead Bald. I
(JoftI,..... __ the fdlire.wy 1 I FOR RENT WANTEDLADV3
V"Wrw I. the County of Dado U.teof mi-ill
6-wilt i 1
lot .. Blurb d. Char Park. a H.. .
.. Plat Bank .. fM .... lo tko MaylTo In good eon.
County of Dado. state of Florida light. witer garage In- dltlon. Rout 1, Bit" ".K

The a.r.rnwat of Mid property under 1, eluded S30 mo. Phone paSO
the Mil ortlfleoU., was I* the urn oUnlM < 117a.J.11.1
I... alwl1_.. I'I Jo*. U Hickson, .

MM to law ortlfk the
will k. told !. Iko klilmt bidder ; I cart also fArm machinery.

M UM Court HOOM door oo the tint Mui i ROOMS and a-partryenti. Wolfe Auto Wrcrklntf P. O Box
day I* lk> month ol la... 1.4.. which I IIk I. enable more young men able Met- hot water R.llOI1-1 :
7tk day of Juno 14*. 796, HomwtMd Fla. a30-tf)
Dated this Balk day of April Hit i erg Palm Hotel Florida City

C. B.Clerk LEATHERMAN of Circuit Cxirt and women to fit themselvesfor WANTED TO BUY-Creen pigeon

Dade Couaty rlorlda.Clmtt : FOR SALE peat la the pod. mangos and aU

( Court or.N....C... TERRin. D. c. .I I the positions we are called other kinds of tropical ptoduc.

IAPP. u. Ie. May '. U. It" --------1 S. Risen T E, 133th St. New

NOTICE 01' APPLICATION FOR ) on daily to fill, we will carry York City. (Pjelf

TAX DEED N. E. 18th it. second house east ,

Fit zoos the tuition charges less the of Krome. Mornings or evening WANTED: Negro gill (lir general
( 30l) house work. Also yard
C. 1* Potato holder .. museum '"f City P milD.i .
of Miami Tn Ortlfkal. unborn 1111' Mrs M A Berger (44 M.

filed dated MM the 7tk errtlflcalo day .( In Juno.iny A.offlco D. 1917 and has has! initial cost, on a limited number COAT MILK for isle! Phone 'i Krome; Axe (aUtf)

mado appllralloa fir tax dead to ..... 238-J'tVeningsJ .'
th...... In aorordnnrt wilts I... Bald Mrtiflrale : of scholarships. j, ,1' nltl WANTED TO Bl'V Small grovi*.
sediment the following dncrlbnprafwrty i
situated In Dado County Flor1x4 house Unit Boi 138. Prlncp.

.Ida .-.11'17 Block 6. Twelfth Stiwt : We have decided to do this I' FOUND I -ton. - (pa3-)

'. Mann lit Add. Pint Book I. Pan "

(7. In the city ol Miami County of extra contribution FOUND-BUck and tan dot FAT hem \J. R. B vh. near Leffi
Dodo BUM of Florida. as an on IIlr..j
Tko' ano of MM property entire21rid 11 H. Ewing 15 N. E. 6tlt tore (dIStf

c rurir.lo issued waa In the name ( -
: . Unions Mid oorllflrato. I shelf i our part to the war effort. : -, '. ,_ TO trade '37 -ton delivery 6s.
4.d aoordlnl to I. Ul deed :
th..... m the link day at May. \ PERSONAL dan for l.ton stake body truckJ.
willD.Imw Act for this offer will
Ufli itore
Dated lid Itth day of April A. P. 1013E now, enear
B. IF.ATHFRMAN FREE! If excess acid cause you i iI (dlBtf)

jtk-rk at Clnult Court i again. palm of Stomach Chert, Indigestion -
Dad County Florida appear I
(ikmlt Court Santo. Ileartbuin Belchl"c'l \\'A 'TID-1.'led! reudla sewing

By N. C. o.TFRRr-TT D C. I Bloating, Nausea, O machine In ex e::oni running
(Apr II M. In way 7. 14. l Soul Ten last eekfivecalls
placed \\ get free sample, Udiia, at i I cuiidltlon Carl it !1.i ndcr.EnU
NOTIIi OF APPLICATION R- Browns Pharmacy (pJ1 I priM m2Blf)
TAX PEED for more workers this I I
Charter I7 J7-Art. ml IMI FIN. A.1703! '
GIVEN that I. kt POCKETBOOK contalnng .
Gunter, h"Utr Cert flrtl Nu -,t4 Wiled the nth day ut I IJun
.. A D. 1'1. h.. filed mans in mi drl\er license and other identification -

office. slid h.. mad application Said, for Cmtlfl itan I card, Keuard for return ''I: -THE-- ;IHlltr; : 01 liT OK TMR
k. ,bend thcn..n.
W4 suit u,...... Uw llowlnc. dMcrlbMprarvrtr to owner Judge Siii L. I Kir\F\TH. n'mint. tIM'.r.
'at' .
in the County ,.I Uar DtDIt II.'HIMA: nil'':MY. .

.'Io.Ida, to .1.
Lou B 3. .. Block '. .v.w.1 I, M, HomeiteadNOTIIK In I karinn
Bunk ,. 71. in the; Countyof r IN nc AroTlu,4 .'r 'BALD JOB
Dado. state of Florid.
The aiMwrnrnt
ol TAX I*inCkaptrr NOTILT II HI H UY t.t\lkN that on
the MM tcrtUlcau WM In the name I 3rd I74\t-Art. .. IMS Fit. A.,tt4 Monday. May 1 .14* it m .,'clo.a AII .
June Kirk. N. Krome A\e. at : St.
unless MM oortlflcau ka1l bo NdormWuoordlnt Morris BIdg., NOTICE IS WKr.MY GI' r:N Mat .. the nndrnlinod .11 apply to ono
to .... tko property dncrlM Gunter. holdrr of .,_ and county Tall I'.f the Judges J( tho Oboes onlltlod
.. ana Uuv. issued Court 'or in .rd.r amhc.rl.lni the ..dap.tine .
the.eta will ... Gold to tile hlihm bidder Cmlfl.. No. UIHII
.... .km filed of GERALD JOMrlH GROVES.
at the Court Hour dour on tko tint Monday 'i the ant day til Juno A. IH" a
of n.. which li came In my trim. and has made apullrathin minor 'yen ot an
In Uw month Juno htoll
. ( ....
tko Ids day of June. 1141 I flit m tat deed lo b. booed lt.rlr.ioCold nth dar ol Marrk, .
Dated tkto Mtk day of April. Kit I Onlffeatr ', the fellowierascribed oV. THOMAS P. X.HAHTHY.
I :,: of Outlet 1 '" ""
C. B. LKATHERMAN property in County *_
Creek of Circuit Court "II 1 ,state of ri.>rlila. to.wtt I (lAp. t. t. ,.. tl 10. nUl
h unknown If llvlnil Emma Thalia, Roonnta of Pod VubdMtloo.I auk
Dado Florida.Olmlt I County Florida Let *, Block 1. Powell
( Court Hal I.County and If married. brr ., waver tin ate .. Plat bo.:-k It. Pow 71 In th. Counts |I JUNK CARS 'WANTED
N. O. BTEBREDT. D. C.Apr. name k unknown Of Mimeo LoU I nod 4 of KRONE: AVENUI: I.( Dao., ..... of Florida aa Ml.brarod In i iOrtUkalo
( : 19" I ADDITION. the No II..... Tko aaaruMnrnt of, Rowell & Son
N. bly 7. l4., ) t"61.106. acrordlnalo platIkrraof I
. ... U any of the ahuoo camod romroad In Plat boob 6 at red property under the taM nlflcMo' |
..., be dead all parties or persons . I fcouod wao In the rims nf t nkiwwnIM ,
Pan 174 of tho Public Bnordi of . FOR SCRAP Iron. Highest
IN THI CIKCIIT .tttrfftm JUDICIAL, ciifviTIN I. or either. at tII... dtnaaad or otk Dado County. rkrUa| shut .. Plat Hovk II V*** It. In ,ho fo...." price. paid Vlth or without
AND. .FOR DA1E'000NTY.VLORIDA . .. /..., Ineludintl eta or bar heirs,...I..|. Lou It .." M fa Ulaok I' of I of Frt. state ft P4.rHla. ai __ InOortmoalo It...,: Phone 82158: or bring to
riSKX MANOR orordlrato the
."1'_ apooaaa or Other vlalnv No. I...... lh ataMwrnt of
IN CIMMC' :turNo. .undrr sub ponon or pvraona It plat thmnf rocoruVd In Plat Book rid proximity under tho naid ionlfkoitotoauod 3019 N. W.. 28tll.S\, Miami
.:rnnvrr ld..d. dad ali other a._. aborat drondanu Jl nt Pan M of'tko "bile jUoordovf + waa In tko name of ,t
wi VOBPi'JAAi 'TU' ; AIKwTfrtraTM : ,. this MUM and all parties Dado Conur. Fh..4d.I now t UOJNM aoM iwrtHlraua JI't .

,' :, or prraona. whether natural oorponuior Lola I. t. .. I and In Klork. I .aroordlm, w law, the prowrtv aWrtlnltboroln ,
CITY C. HeUKSTKAO. a ,' imorlnlorporatkn mialrlpal. IntonMcd In tko lao* .. DOWNER PALMS NO. 1 aorwrd.r will h. mold W tho hl"hoM bbMrrat .
o( 4ko. ptat uf ftoruia. :Wivlnnfwc: drocribrd. .* claiming ltkravk < or to the plat ttwraof ireordrd In I tho Court HUM door on the first Hun.
'PlaioUft, : or .uno r the dissolved oorporaIkrna Plat Hook M at Pan tl ot the .."'". In Iho Bomb .. Juno, I ill. which b
CASDINAtT.. : abm art forlk. Mid lands holey lie Reeds of Dado CoD... ..... Ill. of I.... IMS. EXPERTBARBER1NG
RUTH widow ot alj On.ORDER .p rluaui In the City of RoaimtMd. Cutesy aIM Joatad this tons day rf April. 16416L

I.f Dado and Ctato of ..110...... and IMU t. I and > of HA. CAMERON H LUTlfY.RIIAN.
FOR MIBLICATION am aartlnilarlr described as ,AMowa t.Cota Chat of Circuit O,..M,
: jmsrjRiri a TTRr OF' % ADDITION axvordinc to thebat
,,111 TDK NAY$ or Wks . tkiwjf ramniM Barb' HoooCuunly' tlvrtoa.Apr .
DEFENDArd'TR.-dutb. Fall.; I ti: ft:'II 1W 'td: M. .. and J .1 Ian M of the t-Rw.rd.of i iCxult dp.n. "'-' ).,.1TERRISTT. D. ,
TO THE my C c.
) tt.ikat J. Carter V LM. M of '1LU.H APDITIOV aowrdin Undo County PlorWai also :'to t, iwiaiNOTH.B .
a, a aido.l| ( ; ts. Mar 14.
.. I <*o tko plat tOMvor rmowrd I* Flat Lota I. t. 1 and I In Block 1 ofPIVb.H ,
""T Arnod J Hafmat ...-j lit
hook I at Par. IM tko Puh11oR.eatAO ('RUT ADDITION. ac.odlas
fro an Vo. .helms. .. I; : ill...Dads Ct>....,.. nor na> to Itmk.tko 1 plat at tkirkol Man 'itl ronnnlod ft tko, In Pu.ll.Botorte Plot. I OF. TAK APPLICATION DEED FOP .ICkovlor Skate ._ .. -.I. B.

, date Nadia ..WOWMI*. a"U"j l, 't.00 014, ....11. .t. ... ...d. 40 Our of tlaoo c.a"'WPIcIoJ... H4 T_Aril of |flFlk A.UllNOTICIi A tikamloa..(Fish.)...,. ___ lit
lit HKKIbV that >o0rl
; WALBltiliOE': ADDITION. snwdineIb. .. ** .
;tai-IOMM wilo 4Jtokrrla unm..Ir,.: I .; Jit dMnar.nlaNei: le' Piste.. : tot"rt' ot1.. E;, '8Et"DJCR ADPI. I Crrrlruwu-4 ka.dor(a: ,M lint l>'uud baud oi* the Count old Tax day Shampoo (3ledtoited) ___ 155 .
T10N amorllnp tko pU ttoronfnmirdod
Jr, and Kdow tlmk.. ttoi. .trof J. Cwnm.oKO Book I at I'M. 47 of the Public I Rca. la Plat; H"* at Pan 1* of.Jup.. A. P. 1P4. ha. Wool iaipM In I Sfag5 ___ _. _ LisEsdal
Oran of Dado County Florida also
' '-1, fieb..ew. \, ""' "" attain t f the P,. my fiffMW. sod hM toad aui.Hoatlon fur a
kllr Horarda
of "
t> Data Count
. r. m pwdret. at 140JIf)woman? Lou S. 4 and I ra Block 1 of POlio ... PlorWai ..U1t tail aced to ko Issued t......... raid CortlfMUUa __ .. ---1It

. f.1.KflMbMk. Cka"'........ VAMP; .huobaad\o t t ad t.ollfordbntrAi.n M. *VFNIR!." nhrrwit ADDITION-dad aoMdiiw I. I'lat to Hook the 4 OP, I and 5 In HV ,10. nfTftN > uihra.rk.>io Ounty the loo1lown.of Dado. ttaoerlbnlproponr blot atFwtriola raet..a rack __ "ftCamblasthi
HOHRCTB4U .cbdl.
. ( .Coawaoy.. a ).._... mew .... a ..
21 at Pan M af PufcH* Roolmlaot w wltl \
Mint're tW FaciAL 7i5
. --.a-. ...ael bust.Dr 4'todo County riorldai .... i'i"d.d In Plat to Bonk -4 volt at Pan Ito Lot *l. .._. Dlvfcli of Lomon _
heeded In BaMv. 'Nortk Carolina.OBri Lots It 14 aad II In Block t ofrXMlVKMH CKjt Jlionkyao ark, a ka-Avb.. Hwtho. T ) lie
tko rebut Hoord.-IMdo c.: .. n _ __
.. .. .01 i.UNaa Pawlrk. .
is .
AlipmOS aooardlnc blue l. Inn IM, la tile County of
NaUraal Dank ]BoUdhia ::11oo'' to the .lat.thnrauf fMordrd la flat tp'I 14 and M ni Block D.W, lito. of .1.w. Mustache Trim _ J*.
Monk Carolina oUa. O. Laaapwr __..
) TI' of caw pruporv woVr
Book II a Post U d. w Pub. oof BASHER ADDITION. .. .JJr. to .
Oaanpanr a ocrpooatlnn. with 4t.. / Remde vi Dade Court. Fbr/dsl aJ- tko plat theme raoorw.. In Plat Ism rMtlfioBfet Wait In Ih. Muao ,
Ml affloa In 1).m.North Ida J. Murhoa. doMaood.Unl .
ta Sam of J. C. He......... P. O: hi : SO Nook 4 at Pan tt of .4w rHorvrdi "*\* n aarf _II..... aUU ko redeemed BUSH'S
took Do...... Honk Carolina! *_,. Gad. M M. 4<. 41. .,. 4*. .I,, a of Dade. Cooaty, ylurUa! aj. aaoor.,>>. M k .r tho property oWvrlbadlhivin
Flowers Restitution Corporation, an Ohio and 7. of 1IF.V1I.L ADDITION. soI.ou III will' h. Gold u Ih bwam" biooWat
to the "ttmrmil -... )* and 14 In Black I of I!
offteo V
aarporatkin. with IB principal the Rome doer op. the fliwi Mawday
In the Cmlal Building, Dmrtna to Flat Book .1. *.r 4* of IkoPuMIc ROYAL PALM ADDITION, axonrd.Ine In the month of Jono, I.... wbkh" ai BarberShop
Ctklot Carolyn A. Ibuorho. .m matrix Ronnw Dodo County fleasw1 to tko plat thonnf tororaVd In I I.the ilk gay of Juno IH4I
l Plat Book I
at Pan II of die PukUo
Go tko carte of ,. ; aboLou Dalod this Both day of April. 1141.B.
II II end )5 hi Block tt Dad. c..a.... FlorldaiTko
dMonaodl James M K laATHlKHANOrn
'Icl" on. all un
awr of the firm of a.'f 1 of; P UK. atanriMnit to I ..f CI..... Court.Da .
attorneys at lawl tko plat thereof Mnwd tf Plot Tko Wnt half of tko Eotf bait nf I ** County. .._..,

P.... a.... -"" Honk II It Pow' 4t OIl thoPukll* .tko "kwoH quarter of the' Nnrth i iClMlill Court KVaHy II. .
pal plan nf kuolnna beard In the Hill I llMordl Hi Of (. Ouwmy. RoHiUr rea Iwmurd MPlnt-w.M;Town- N. C. iTERRETT. D C. ,
.ulldlnoSrmrwM. Now York : FliodaB. .... life IKIT-ami south. Barge Thirty. (Apr" SI. cat. May 1. 14 IIHti I -
Full wMowl Carter security sea Lola II and t.; In HI ck 4 o/ ROT. mill EMI. oontalnln 1* sere, ,I

land '.......,.. a _.... Florida .t. PALM AtMinoN awordln lo 1--. I
.wpo .||..fl. and Father v. Carter and she V*.l Inor.rdrd In Plat : MEREST ORDERED AND!
armies V. Caner. .. surviving .1 to*. book I at PayI ol >fc" Public __ DIRECTED to file ........._ to, ,.
too ao. trwHoMof the prnorrty the onto at Pad .....". IVrldal abo the PlalnUfTi kill MnplarM of tho The World'. Newt Seen ,l roupt

paid d......... .orpnntws : h._... .. I... 11 In I. I of JvOYAI. PALM Rule Day In May \. 0.. lf... .._.
Ma lVv.|._t Curp.nj n ilbHlndFlorldn ADDITION. ......111'11" the plat Mar t, ..... In tl. a/nor of tko Clorkl THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR!
rorpnratloa, and H W. lyvna tk'Mof ronrd.4 In P' it lh..k I at nf IV craft Court In and for Dado I
C. |..,*rte Gad J. L. PHlrtanl .. .... Pan II of too Pub r fearorda oT County Florida! otkorwlM a deem pro'rnifwo Imltnulloiut Daily jVr'i>t rr _'
.. of Dado County ........ I aho will k. mwwd Against L"
rwton oa truatMO of the pro- rty till yea.IT foltilnf h TH* :Vrt:
Lot u IK HI" !( I of ROYAL PAIM4.UD1TION. 46 FURTHER Ca Ot HTV'that i..1)! Mot l>*fwny busy*, It* Msmxam.IagGL7RrT 'J
ratesA. 1 ? .oror >o to tk, plat ardor of pukticalloW k. .....1_ anMwookJfor .' -
: J,. Brown. it .,.oof nrprdnl toPlat rV I at four moments w.H. I" xtoHomoalMd / 1 Is TrwtbW...4Zor-tr tv, Uol .-Fro., trusts S.nMAe.d&q
: i4na: .'Harry M. Mom and meson"G'' Pato tr of Th. NMrV > Jr of > .jaor. RasprbGo"ren.n.r , I nawj. .BoVtoiaU Ardfinwrf and jBotrort and In t) Hy,

.awl hk wlf. If ll.ln,. O.<< C. "......., I pad. Lb.nI1 Dip.TOWE\ .. Dou CdUatI1Photo. : .:Faotaroa, T.t.' 'r *ck it* Weekly Met 4041 Sartiaov stop
If llvln* M.*. JI. 1111'1'' II "links: Ford. Lies 97. of .d et 'SAD13ITtOyNi. .. J; tip Mmwltw MI Want Newspaper for the Hoan*. .:.J\
the ,
f Torkm had -- "" .
1Wk". hla sits, If K. ... ......... .onanw .adswdles ,-Book t:: DON: AND OirERtn D title flat any lit'Hank. . Prio 'l2M Yearly. M f I 00 a Mendahanat :

a/w. la miaaoom If .Pan III .Pt Ih. Public Kocordi ofDad. A. b IMI at M'.. Florida.B. $ 1_. locliKiint Masseuse Sornon, |1,AO a You.oAkta .
K and C ., .I aloo : B. LEATrUllMANCwrk J_... n c : "
.... wife. If b. .. maitiod. wkoao 1A'j Lot A= Short, H .4 TATVN of Circuit Conn hi uctonp &e! ,., Sa'yjyjygj Pr,yv,

IMUM lo ankaown. R \Mt : I. KIDCEDALB ADDITION mounting and for Dado- Duty.Drrka % .
.lay std Plnlay hi. wtf. to the plat tMnof rreordyd In Plat tJmri Court last,
rt to w awn* Ii.l.e l = 1 Rpok 4 ai Pan M od Jh. akikNoUliiidi tty L. a WOODARO.. CHRISTIAN :SE FENCE READING ROOM
. t.' Borna mill WJ" : ka..six... kvrtay >_! .CooMy..rkwioaital.K -1 J D" c::..... .
".. R....k IR'I (\. KATOOCt.MM Sv.t.rLOam.
, hd'wif \ dvrk't)4meb & aw'wMV ;2. ........, SW 8hUI
. ;. i u IT-t--,.,.....,......,., : ...- ah*.. I '
..ow'or; m.rthA..wtir tot.p Is FREES: ADDITION axoorwlo HkMri. FlorWa.M.raiT .\ an, n.oUD.Friday \
,.; = t... ...Via Rlmi.* louordod.4avPiat .; ,> SorPlalXIf*. . ... .
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'. !1i t 3 HONES IN CITY

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2 Sold Since Last VieeVs Ad Appeared


; .; Worth what is asked for them -, ,.
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oh Krome Avenue

Fixtures and Stock Included. Price Right.,,' ..
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Three of LandA

Bargain For Cash ... :-
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i' i i '-jy*' ".
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Benjamin Warren Morris .

Registered Real Estate Broker
210 S.Kramer Homestead Opposite Post Office

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