Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00589
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: April 9, 1943
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00589
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
lccn - sn 95047482
lccn - sn 95047482
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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VoL 32-No.15 Homestead Florida Friday April 9, 19-13 Price SCents


WPB Looks for Local Capital .

To Build 25 Needed Houses

j- Bahamans to Be Available FURTHER DELAY MAY MEAN

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FIRST BLACKS Farm and Rationing Leaders to SpeakAt FINANCING OF PROJECT

Meeting Preceding C. of C. ElectionE. -

... Churches Voice ProtestOn Speculation was rife here this
'FROM NASSAUAREDUESOON E. director of the Dade as the Packer
County Farm Bureau Federation Mr. Steffani will present Information New Gambling mils week that If private capital did
on food production, and not begin early construction of
Chas H. Steffani, county agricultural .
I Mr. Carter will discus food rationing A protest against 'passage of the 25 houses authorized for this
and E. A. Carter,
and mean of keeping the
blllt by our Florida legislatureto
Mar 18
area on by the War production
chairman of the local War Price
wheels of production turning
legalize certain forms of gambling
and Rationing Board are scheduled Directors who have guided the not already legal in Flor- Board, Miami contractors
to peak at the annual meeting chamber' policy during the year ida" has been forwarded to the will be called on to erect the

Grove owner unable to secure of the Redland District Cham- (Continued on."Page Six) legislature by members of the duelling* sorely needed to atlev-
ber of Commerce next Monday
domestic labor were urged yesterday First Methodist Church el Home' iota the are*'housing shortage.
night in the Homestead school
by USES Representative auditorium. The meeting will be SIREN'S SCREAM stead and by the Redland and D. H. Burka of Miami, ]FHA
!W.' R. Bird to make Immediate Florida City Community churches.
called to order at 8 o'clock. housing Inspector made a second
application for Bahama workers The petition signed almost
through his office, which is maintained Problems confronting fruit and DADEBLACJOUT visit here on Monday to inspect
vegetable growers and businessmen TO IIERALD unanimously: on Sunday by member
lit the Bird Chevrolet Co. will be discussed by the and friends of the churches, building sites and to enlist private
building, two doors Berth of the speaker,"Fete" Line, manager of HERE urges the legislature to "refuse capitaI'to construct the a
Homestead city' halL AmericanFruit Growers, Inc, passage of any bills calculated .1 nous**. Mr. Burke mad a previous "
The new contract regulating;" to strengthen the legal position of '
of Kendall'has actively I
represented here
trip Mar 31 for the
employment of Bahama labor to Increase Uw legal protectionof
interests of South FlorIda
were received at the local office the The steady scream of fire police any form of gambling ." same purpose, and, aa one official
Wednesday, Mr. Bird said and(New I growers York and in hit Washington suggestion! and for and ambulance siren at 0 said the Rev. O. Sewell Palmer put It "the government I* not
even though hands may not be!fruit and vegetable price ceilingshas o'clock tonight will herald to this pastor of the Homestead Methodist .j'going to wait Indefinitely for us
needed until a month or so, It received wide recognition in area the beginning of the 35-min- church. to decide whether we want to
Is advisable to make prompt. ap the and in trade such ute Dade County practice black build those houses. If we don't
press papers
out, Frank B. Rue, coordinatorof
plication. build them, someone else" will.
The exact time of arrival of defense for South Dade advised COUNTY ORDERS I The housing situation bat been
the first contingent of Bahamans BUILDINGTO last night. partially relieved by the movingof
is being kept secret aa the worker $10,000 From the first until the "all 30 military families Into quarters -
must be transported through clear" signal no light must HOMESTEAD FFA at the Xedland Farm Labor
a 90-mile stretch of submarine- BE ERECTED show and all person other than Supply Center which last week
infested Atlantic. However the military and defense officials made 100 cottages available to
first boatload ls expected mo.mentsily should remain under cover Mr r BUILDING SOLDOrders families of men at the Homestead i
and contracts have HERE BY SOHILE Rue said. To make sure that all [ I army air base. .
been signed by South Floridagrowers resident have adequate warning "S,. limiting each renter to one '
for 5,100 field hands. the police car and a Turner ambulance for the sale of the Future unit of the duplex houses, we
Approximately four thousand of Construction will begin soon on will patrol the area with : Farmer clubhouse, county- ,will be able to accommodate 1
the hands contracted for will be a '58 by 100 foot cement block their sirens sounding ,owned building on N. Krome ave. about 120 families In the camp,"
used to harvest the Palm Beach and stucco building to house offices A brief interval between the ;which the local FFA chapter has i Manager t A. Robert laid yesterday \
County; bean crop which will be farm machinery and. repair "blue" warning signal and the been permitted to use, were I.i .- j
at Its peak from May; Ito May shops of South Dade Farm, Inc, "red" signal marking official i sued Tuesday by the county com
15. it was revealed yesterday by Jas commencement of the "raid", willbe mission upon the recommendationof Drooker Assumes Duties 1
Aa the negroes complete their Sottile, Jr., field manager The allowed for pedestrians and I Commissioner N. P' Lowry,
South Florida contracts, they will new structure, for which 'Clar- vehicles to take cover. The buildings committee chairman, In Chronister's Absence
be shifted to other agricultural ence J. Parman is architect will IJnal will be recognized "red"l Bids were called for also on I i!
sections where there la acute need (Continued on Page Six) (Continued on Page Six the Hill building at 988 W. Flag- At the council meeting Monday i
,t of their services. ler st. in Miami which was acquired -1 night, Fire and Street Committeeman -
by the county several Henry Brooker, Jr. assumed
City Funds Augmented Blood Donors' Contest Will Obtain years ago In settlement of excess the duties of building Inspector
Fees accounts with Tax Assessor I while Councilman E. C
By $605 March Fines Plasma Supply for First Aid Postsfirst R. L. Hill. Chronister Is out of the city. I

The Future Farmer clubhouse, The council voted to contribute
City funds were augmented by a two-story frame dwelling on $50 to the n of Municipalities
Supplies of blood plasma for I first aid station the first in the : fcLe
$505 In cash from the $635 in Krome ave, neat N. 11th at wa maintain a j
in local casualty station will be one: country to be equipped to administer '
fines assessed police court during received in settlement with the Tallahassee office while the legislature -
; the month of March, accordIng result of the county-wide blood transfusion in the event of liquidators of the Bank of Home is in session and advises
to the report of Chief of Police donors' contest now being con emergency stead which failed shortly after cities of legislation affecting them.
O. H. Sullivan at the council ducted by the non-medical personnel May 28 has been set by the the end of the real estate boom of I Bert Andrew was employed as
meeting Monday night. of the' Dade County Defense Princeton Casualty Station aa the 125-28 The building baa been patk foreman at a alary of $30
,Forty-two arrest were made Council it was learned yesterday date when blood donation will used a* a meeting place by the[weekly Mr*. Marie Cidlof wa
during the month, 38 were found According to A. J. Cleary, be received from volunteers registered FFA and the Homestead Home Issued a permit for a $123 build-
guilty; by 'Mayor Tom Harris and chairman of the Dad County with the station. Technicians (Conunueo on Page Two) Ing.
Blood Bank, this will make Dade
one case was continued. with necessary equipmentwill r

J:SO be p m.on on hand that at date the says station Mrs.at 20,550,000 Pounds of Potatoes Shipped j

Return to Religion Will Safeguard I
Eugene Fontaine, captain and
I prior to that time potential donors By Goulds Co-operative This Season
Post-War Peace, Johnstone Tells Club are asked to' register with .
her or with Mrs. R J Shortt, head
More than twenty million
Imphasis: on I national and an "When the war end, certain station nurse. 40 Redland Observers
Individual realization of religious problem Vin demand immediate The Princeton station and the pounds of Irish potato have Study Aircraft at Base
value a* the only sure foundation attention" he aald. Perrine, Redland and Homesteadfirst )been shipped this season by the
for successful post-war construction "Who will maintain order In the aid station aae competing)Tropical Agriculture Cooperative Forty membe--of the Redland I
was made by Dr. J. E. defeated nation and land newly In the contest for which prize) Association: at Goulds, which aircraft warning post mad an I
Johnston, pastor of the First liberated Who will feed the ea totaling 1875 in war bonds ended Inspection tout of the Homestead
I Baptist Church of Homestead. In starving, put down epidemic, restore have been donated anonymously; Its crop operation for army air but Sunday afternoon
'a talk Wednesday to the Homestead transportation? These and Principal awards will be two 125 1943 this week, for the purpose of learning to
Rotary Club. many other question won't wait bonds each to the station stowing A total of 411,004 M-pcund identify aircraft
I Dr. Johnstone reviewed a survey for peace table deliberation the highest'percentage of blood packages wa shipped which The group met at the Redland
of post-war problems for the They must be anticipated, solved donor la proportion to its membership mean 20550,000 pound tot the school and wa escorted by military .
administration of which this Jong in advance. the station obtaining the season Manager A. F. Arthur!1 convoy to the baa where It
country and the nations allied I "Alert to this urgency, the U. largest volume of donated blood said yesterday. A large percentageIof ] made a study of various type of
,with it must be 'prepared when S. Army I* reported to be groom- and the station in each of the 10 the shipment went to the!t airplane and their identifying.
l the war: not. : (Continued on Page Six) .(Continued'on Page Six) United State armed force < characteristici *.


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r- Pave: Two HOMESTEAD 'LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, April 9, t9t

> ....L.. '!'j .... L. L. Williams Rites local entries are expected due which to 1 1
J m1'1\ .L.t."j the rules for eligibility I ..
Held by Rev. Koestline require two years of previous experience I .
in vegetable growing and .."" '
I Funeral service for Luther marketing. -2f
: ,-. "" ... 1"' Leonard William,. 85 who died I :
'Sunday in James Archer Smith Cooking Under PointsTo 1,1,1,
A. I Hospital, were conducted at I p. Be DemonstratedPractical t
m. Tuesday In First Methodist
Church. The Rev. A. A. Koest
line of Bartow, former pastor of cooking demonstrations -
lr R the church, was assisted by the of available foods and Instructions -
Rev. O. Sewell Palmer, pastor, on point rationing will
4 vis, I and by the Rev. M. E. Myer of be begun by expert economists
U. the Silver Palm Methodist under the sponsorship of the
day Dade County Block Plan on Apr. I
Church. Burial was In Palm Cemetery
at Naranja, with Turner 13 at 1:30: p. m. in Redland Farm
Funeral Home In charge of arrangements. Life School and at 3:30: p. m. In "%U' Boats .
In Homestead school, announces Mrs.
to Mr. Williams, who came to the I J. F. Hammett, zone leader.
r ,his Redland District 23 years ago, was The two-hour classes, which Are a Menace 1
I a nurseryman and grove develop- will meet once a month, are the
T. i : :: er. He leaves his wife, Josephine, result of a recent canvass of Help Us :
of Black Point, and a sister, Mn. housewives by block leaders ;
end \ which showed the desire for Instruction -
Esther Barnes of McClenny, Fla.
. Active pall bearers were R. R. In the use of food points Destroy Them{;
I Kinard, Clarence Jones, A. E. and In the preparation of foods,
Smith, Wilson Lovell, M. A. Rl- Mrs. Hammett said. I' f>.
I boud and Harold Kendall. Honorary "One of the biggest tasks facing

\ pall bearers Included Joe L. Class to Be Confirmed our Navy in this war i*
I Burton, C. T. Anderson, W. R !
Bird and Herbert Glass. Sunday at St. John'sThe the building of sufficient.

eL cort vessel to protect our
Homestead Base Plans Right Rev. Wm. Hall will ship in convoy, against the
confirm a class of Your at St.
Barbecue for WinnersA John Episcopal Church at 8 torpedoes of prowling 'U'..
.f o'clock on Sunday evening. Mem-I
T. : A will be held at the bers of the class are Frs. boats.The telephone
t.It 'M Creek Sanitarium,I Carter, Mrs. Frank W. Stlllman,I long distance *
Miami Springs, now occupied by Mrs. T. S. Stark and Katherine' play a vital role lit '
It'i the air forces of the Miami area, Weber. ; the building(these sturdy ei
his Mr. Hall will here from
at 3 p. m. Monday for 100 enlisted come
and men and 25 officers from eachof his winter home In Delray Beach. ships that help keep our 4
the contestants of the recent shipping lanes dear. From]
6 I military contest between 36th St. FFA CLUBHOUSEContinued from
of keel to top deck and
) I Airport and the Homesead army
,fair base, both units of the Army .bow to item, thousands of
t Air Transport Command.The ( from Page One)* telephone call assist the
I program calls for food, music Demonstration Club, and it I I.
tion and athetics which, in accordance now used also for various war speedy launching of each
has with the rules laid down for time canning activities. powerful vessel-call* to's
the contest are to be furnishedby The clubhouse was wired for
the loser the Homestead air electricity, fitted with plumbingand suppliers and shippers la all.
base.A repainted inside and out by pans of the country.
in Softball game has been scheduled .I the Future Farmers, according to "How Important it 1*
Mrs wherein the local base will FFA Advisor Ceo. N. Wakefield.An .
\ I attempt to redeem Itself at the electric stove has been recently then, that long distance telephone -
expense of the contest victor. installed for the use of can line to war-busy
this ning classes which have put up
I Wakefield more than five thousand cans of center be kept free
Organizing food In the clubhouse kitchen, he essential calls."Those .
Classes in GardeningSchool said Electric current and water who
are donated by the city of Home OhD-l
children from the fifth stead. tool to destroy our
1t grade through high school are 'Sale' of the clubhouse will be are counting on you
his I being organized into victory garden a dl.tincIou to the area," Mr.
free the lane of communication
J"I I classes by Ceo. N. Wakefield Wakefield said, "as U has served
t agriculture instructor of Home. a* a community meeting place and that the seas may be"
(. stead High School. recreation center a* well a* In freed for safe shipping." t
Adult classes also are planned, its present status of canning ';
Mr. Wakefield said and interested kitchen."
Md persons are asked to register County Commission Chairman Southern Bell Telephoneand
with him for this instruction. Preston B. Bird said yesterdaythat
w. Application blanks are on hand he was Investigating arguments -, Telegraph Company
for the $6,000 national junior food for and against sale of the
production contest In which prizesof building with a view to presenting lsterrona. j
f500, $200 and $100 are offered the wishes of his constituents
and the agriculture teacher said. Few ,to the board. I -
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for the coming year.

&: i Due to government regulation and short-

S.f. of several materials we will not be able to

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.air ,I best to supply as near as possible what

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A I :i: FRANK H RUE, Manager Homestead' FJa."t .

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parent and anutikar .. .. 1tIQtR...' :h OEM q,jj. Wiliest and Wm. f
Lono. are In the hospital ib }In.ham Oll. A.- t.. ' MWy:1'trawl,)' and dauihtar. Helen, of
their condition tt reported .t..1 -... I(Miami were Sunday guests of Mr. "
In and Around I Mr. and Mr. James Green and I and Mrs J. S. Caves, 1
T ;:,; Mrs. C. W. Anderson of Griffin >I8.i, who spent the I !f
1, who have been visiting 'Mr. and fVanderbilt Wave Tuesday IM 'and MM Richard MeWaln I
"I Mn. R. E. Scott, returned: to their Miih. of Bntaua, N. Y., and daughter t
Homestead homes Tuesday. Mrs. Myrtle Patricia are occupying the Henn
Thompson of Advdale Qa* was a Mr. and Mrs. S. Calcavecchla ;cottage on Broadway.
Monday guest and family left last week for i
\ Boston after a few weeks with "Mrs. Fritz Schroeder and son, I
1 I I Little Archie Clinton has recovered friends her. Glenn and Mrs. James Black of
. ; Me and Mrs Earl Martin have vlval service on MondayWednesday and (Continued Page ;
from his recent illness on Six..L
returned from Tavernier to their evenings In Miami .
home Redland rd. where the Rev. John C. Turk of Fred Brockett li Ill at hit home.
i grove on I
Mr. and Mn. H. M. Baker have
Atlanta was the evangelist i
gone to Fort Pierce. Frank Snow who spent the j
Mrs. B. M. Hindman and ton, I winter with Mr. and Mrs. David HOMESTEAD 1
Bernard, returned Sunday from FLORIDA CITY Mn. Cleo Wagner of Fort 'My Snow left Thursday for hit homeIn
Indianapolis where they visited ,ers is vUttlng Mr. and Mn. A. L. North Stanford, Conn. FLORAL SHOP
., Mrs. Hindman's father, A. W. amp Wamae Bemry Mills, Sr. I
Smith. ran tarnish
I -:-- Miss Bonntt Myers and Mri
Judith Call Brown, two-year I Pvt. and Mn. Earle Good Ing Theodore Oldendort of Miami Flower for every eceasUa :
E. C. Chronlster; city councilman old grandchild of Mr. and Mn. returned here last week after a were Monday.guests of Mr and
Is visiting his son, E. C. St. Clair Demere of Chokoloskeo week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. Mn. W E. Jr. In Valdosta, Ca. Mr. Chron who formerly lived In Florida j jI St. Clair Demere of Chokoloskee. I I te I.It a. UL. Sudan
liter has rented his home her i City, died In Jackson Memorial Pvt. Cooding continued on to The W.I'.C.s.tWedneadayaithe :
I and expects to be away for several Hospital Miami, Sunday of Injur-to Fort McCallan, Ga, where he home of Mn. Roy Chandler. except In ease .f funerals J fII

months In the course of I lea caused by an explosion on a! Is stationed. which he will visit relatives In boat owned by her parents, Mr.I to Chokoloskee where she will Mn. Harry Dealer Is visiting I II j
Akron, also and Mn. Lauren C. Brown. The live with her parents. In Key West this week.
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Miss Louise Wollam arrived
Sunday from 'Macon,' Ca. to vial
her 'mother Mrs. M.: P. Wollam
Mr. and Mrs. W. B.. Lumpkin,'also -
I of Macon, and their young I I 'I
daughter Suzanne who'were to : i I I I Ik TN/S.' ROOM PANTED Ij
have made the trip .with Miss '

Wollam until Apr have 22 postponed due to illness their visit of. Vj I I I I ( Is IsIrs. "I* J f \ INSTEAD Of PAPERS j

, Mr. Lumpkin't father Mrs \

Wollam.Mr.Lumpkin. 1s the former Miss Dolly i fV ml'o* c 7 1, I\,

and Mrs. A. Weiss returned X% I j
Tuesday to their home'In Saddle
River, N. J, after a visit of three )
months here at the home of their I
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and IJ
Mrs. Walter Weiss. \ r J

Mrs. Robert Cameron of Sara II
IOta and her sister, Mrs. Howard I
Sack of Livingston N. J* returned .
yesterday to Sarasota after a
brief visit at the home of H. A
Cameron and Mr. and Mrs. R. G !
\ Ward. Mrs. Cameron daughter-
\- in-law of H. Aa Cameron, former.
M ly resided in Homestead.

.Mr and Mn. Lax Lover returned -
Tuesday from a brief
l business trip to Jacksonville.

I lI Cpt. Chas. McCartney of Fort

Bennlng, Ga., arrived Friday to +
I be the guest of his fiancee, Miss The new WASHABLE PAINT that
Katherine Orfanedes, at the

I t tp( of Orfanedes.Mr.her. and parent.. Mrs., Mr.Augustus and hom'l covers practically any surface with one coat I II

and son Brian, have been
, week with influenza. I t t tt4i1i Why stop at merely wishing;, when you room within a few hours after it has been
i iI
I Misses Margaret and Betty can so easily make your wish come true freshly painted with SWISH
. Stillman have returned to the COVERS IVrt>TTHNC
Mont Verde school after spendIng with SWISH-that wonderful new paint
And now, here's the best news of kilt
the spring holidays with their
that covers any kind of surface I Get
parents, Mr. and Mn. F W Still-
SWISH is amazingly economical 1 One
man. r that: Any kind of surface I Yes, sir,
t gallon of SWISH (in paste form which
Mr. and Mn L. E. Shattuck 1
SWISH old paint
left Mar. 27 for their summer covers wallpaper "
makes 1j gallons ready to apply) is
home In Springfield Mass, after
EAST TO APPLY plaster, wallboard, even brick, cement,
a winter at their residence on
enough to paint the average room! You
Sylvia Terrace In Redland. Mr.
and building tile'' And it covers practi-
and Mrs Fulton Sage are occupying 11 I simply thin it with water and apply it to
the Shattuck home in their
cally any of them with just one coat I
absence.Mr. 10 T
the sTirface. So-don't wish-SWISHI

( and Mn. W. K. Ely have 9 3 But. wait-that's not till SWISH Is
returned to their home In Tarry- Make your wishes come true I Drop in

town, N. T. after a visit with DRIES IN ONI HOUR washable-once you, have painted a lUre
Frank Briggs, and let us show you the 8 smart SWISH
face with SWISH you can easily keep it
Mn. Ceo. E. Reed who has been colon and the many* special tints you
HI for some time was removed epic and span.
Sunday afternoon from the homeof can easily mix for yourself.

her niece, Mn. Ploy Camber I It's easy to apply-anybody can do it.
to her own residence on Redland
rd. where she will live with heron And it dries in ONE HOUR, so you WAS.tN .
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and JUST'ADD WATER W1tN
Mn. R. E. Reed. don't have to upset your household when N or el> .al s'agest

Mn. Calvin S. Hull left Tuesday you paint with SWISHI I a* po cw9s"ar1'x ? r..dr w op".
for Winter Haven where she ti

*will visit relatives for a week.. Its Its pleasant, clean odor vanishes quickly tHx289

Miss Sue Moye spent the week- You can enjoy a meal in your dining: ;
end in Coral Cables as a guest of I.CAUON COVERS
Miss Jayn Coppedge. AVERAGE ROOM A 0ALLON

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for Revere, Mast., where he
will spend several months.A .

group of 20 from the Homestead

Church of Cod attended re- Homestead; Florida Telephone 62 I '.'

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' NUU !hllluiiUUIUiJIIRIIItiIIIIlfiffflfft! became a hotel also. . Mr. Horn,
; HOMESTEAD LEADERAND [ built an addition to his store,
hotel and here packed tomatoes.

ENTERPRISEr AIL WE 20 Years Ago I In 1909 he decided to avail him. .,
i ....... to itn self of the homestead privilegesand
I took up an entry Just west of

.r-o.: '= at H.w. d, Pls.i 1 1I ASK OF YOU TW Mbwtae HnM are sod M town. The hotel was sold to'T. E. "
\ Pubttdtae' C .paar. awe ,... <.... .! On Btmautt Evans . It was In this same .p
R.tererr..suuw.d M>r. U lions building that the postottlc
M the mouth rbrMa lass was y
DEN ARCHER IS LOAN Oct. If. in.. With tSt 11I.* > operated . Mr. Home ran the ;
FmMmt a" MMMVAKJORII postofflce. y;

LEACH ARCBKB 1I/11IUJRIIIIIIIIIIIIIUllllllrfaRIIIIIl/ :f "During 1913 the Homestead
Mercantile "
was Incorporated with
Hawing WH r
MARY PERRELL ICItDlIOIf I v +a "CA Goasman, Geo.W. (Moody, Mr. Home as the president. . A ti. I,

News ... a..... Dan M. Roberta, I,,. ft. Nixon Win. frame building was erected ...
Anderson and others still resident "November, 114, all thesestructures '
4 here were the first substantial it had taken Mr. Horn \

!. Undo UBHciirnow Cwntri I lOt MTU; I ...., Tie! 41 settlers Mr. Moody operated about ten years to build were ,
I .... IIMOublO l x sTHEYGIVE a store at Cutler about 1WO, catering burned to the ground. . '
.nf Dxte Cmtrl I KM.. 'l.MI. to the South Dade trade "The Bank of Homestead wasestablished "
( mm.. II.Mi I rr. 09.00.Int.rrd In 1> >1>;..
'only' 15 miles away over the and built a
rocks. The others named tramped one-story structure out in the ,.
: me sss..d tlut mil canoe woods where it now stands. When
across the rocks and down the
Marsh II. Itll' at low post met. M
--.J. PlorM. ..<.. Ox Ml W glades when the weather would the Mercantile Co. rebuilt It put -
March .. 1171 allow ending up in what Is now up 4 modern concrete building on
the Silver Palm district, where the corner opposite. These were '

Deflation all homeeteaded Their sole source ,the first permanent buildings in .
of supplies was the store at Cut Homestead and stand today asa

Bjr Anal Majhew rUipaliirk ler. tribute to the courage of the
I had a lovely hand-me-down- "Later Mr. Moody started a "When citrus hit
store at Perrin and eventually at canker South ,
A black silk velvet .
evening (own Dade in 1914-11 it found the
In 1903. Settlers began to
I wore It once when I was bid Narqpja country Just ,on the verge of a '
in . .
To play a piece, that what I did come boom. .
A dame stepped up-my pardon t "The town of Homestead started I "Canker seemed at the time to

begs, under peculiar circumstances be the ruination of the citrus In
Asks, "Ain't you the one that tell, A surveying: / party, looking for a dustry. ,

ne eggs?" likely route to Key West, had a "The first homestead in the \
\ tamp near the site of the present Homestead country was taken by

CURRENF"COMMENT t town of Hoinestefd 'The survey I W. J. Krome. Mr. Krome was in
; was completed to this point. One charge of the survey party which
night a storm; came up causing laid out the present line of the 1
1 them to Mid their trip, so the raikvay . and is even now oon. t
By AGNEW WELSHMMNNNNNNNNIIILIIWNNNW THEIR LIVES railroad, in IM6 was. built to the nected with the construction work .

WIN.NM I end pf the, survey. as Its head. In October. 1903, Mr.

Edit,,-. Motel Mr. W.bknxmnW -- 'The starting, of the town did Krome picked out 180 acres of
n hU "Com_..." wbatbw I not mean much, however. Mr and land just north of where this
k to ....._
thou > .rreemem or a'
with him .. ..... Adds.n sin..ssI.MOO" Mrs W D. Home and a few others I town now Is and homesteaded it,
to A..... W...... 048 M. L I were the only inhabitants Mr I. . "
1111I street. Alma Tlw Home opened a store, and bad "When the late Joseph A. Kahl

To release manpower for war'' Wives of enlisted men will soon living quarter above. Later more I saw the possibilities of a news-
: work Germany has ordered that I be entitled to receive maternity room was added and the building (Continued on Page Six)
an estimated 100 dally papers '01) To Hasten Victory care through the government, but
out of business, along with 800 this service won't apply to offi
periodicals. Germany has about j Ne AsMrteaa senate this vat cers' wives.
700 te ge eae Nantes knM &lit
newspapers.r Mate we eaa bring le a vto.IvtoM -
e ODT declares it bat no intention
e... Te Unless M"ietoryte >'
Hoe your own row will be the I pee possibly tile of rationing civilian travel

I vogue this summer as thousands $.. SMlUtaM W ear beys this year and no plans for estabUabing ia
of vacant lots and flower beds ass aw far MM freats-4t totwswXtre priorities on trains and
will be planted to victory gardens; Mat every AmerUCM busses such as .an BOW used to
it seems to- be a case of raise 'em lit Us ,jut l. the Beets get seats on airplanes. Travel is i 1 r
I or do without. War Iaa Erse aa ton so jammed and wuomtortabls 1
t TMtMBt te aH ..: awree.Tb :. I these days that must folks pre
We are' sending food to the smelt yea CM .> ss VulerMifk ,.fer to stay at home, anyhow!
Allies at the rate of a little overa compared with Ike aae
I quarter.of a pound a week for rlnce offered by ear keys Isaervloe. About 400.000 refrigerators will
each Inhabitant of the U. S. They give chair owes| be available this spring-and
Nett s>.4 yew monthly, 150,000 pressure cookers. The
While It I true the RussiansInflicted South where the cookers are
heavy losses on'the German needed for canning! earlier than

army, their own have not elsewhere will have first deliveries w
I been small Life (illustrated NOME of the pressure equipment'
weekly) says. Since 1941 the Russians '

have lost ten million peopleby fRONT .A :year ago cars whipped alongat
violent death. average speeds of 47 miles an
.s.es.4 sense: w MM tsrees.fglt
e hour A recent check-up shows

How fast can a homing) pigeon Farmers who've 'worried about that w* are now observing the air r
fly when "hitting for home"? In their gasolme< upplles are assured 33-mile limit-almost. The average
a recent 300-mile race from St.J'necessary operations. Put they are today is 37 miles an hour,

Augustine to Miami, the winner :asked to save gas by being neighborly .
made It at the rate of 911.7 yards 1 :about sharing cars and Extra shoe rations are available S

per minute, or 1,441,060 feet per I trucks to people who have only
hour. Divide this by the numberof one pair of wearable shoes Men
feet In a mile J280) and we who work In isolated spots also
Even with draft boards redansi-
have a fraction over 27 miles per may get extra shoe rations. I
Eying men \in non-deferrable occupations
hour for the bird's flight. I
,, we're only halfwayinto ........r......r......n..n.n......
uniform. Some 823000 i
The earth's crust seems to be : Your Dates
Southerners have been inducted
rather thin in spot A month ; With Uncle Sam
to far and plan call for an additional :
ago a farm In Mexico began to ..........,...see.................... t
I 900000 men from DixieIn
rise the sailed In
up crops away I service before the end of 1943. SUGAR
Stamp 12 good for
the air and now volcanic stone .
and lava have piled Into a great five pounds through: May 31.
equitable method of raising funds. J1 !
mound from which boulders u' : COFFEE Stamp 28 good for
huge as autos are hurled Into the :If you are a "have" you buy; and one pound through Apr. S3.
air. Old Mother Earth must have :you pay; if you: need nothing or j :

a misery in her stomach down. I da not buy for any reason, you GASOLINE: A-coupon 8 good .fe/'I BREAK BOTTLENECKS j jat
there. ,do not contribute to Jha,public for three gallons through July 21.
. I funds. Isn't that) fair? Ve
a e <*. i SHOES Stamp 17 (In sugar
i Better take another hitch la ::1
your belt. The government announces Florida Is making a successful book) good for one pair untilJune Bea SIM I
13.FUEL. I
that the second war I effort toward reforestation. During -

loan of 13 billion dollars must be I the year ending Mar. 1, landowners I pIL: Coupon 9 valid J LOADED like a ptck-horM-luggage {lying,fhU :.'
raised", the task to begin on Apr. planted three and a halt Sept. 30.Blue .
good old offender whet breathless ;. and
12. Dade Count/1 quota is million trees .f which M percent
7178000.. She has never tailed I'' were slash pine, some longleaf stamps lettered D E and r.. LATE. Perhaps It.un't realized that today'swar

yet to ,meet an emergency but]: pine, a low cedar and others. -a total 9f 48 point-may be; barl Conditions do not permit such delayFighting *.

the fountain, must run dry The Mats bureau furnishes themat used for the purchase of rationed, seen and war worker must b. mowed .
ually. tIM 1.000 In 1940 processed foods through Apr 30'
per more
e twnt-I",than three million trees wen on achadula-Md that raaaiu time muat not tw

A teacher in the 1 Planted and In 1941. two and a Red A and B stamp valid this waited at bu stops if schedules are to be main-
week in buying meet butter
D.) Indian agency once I half million.
t Lu l.
that a shipment of axet grease/! 1 a eState shortening or canned meat Those,
used belaM through
ont for the army wagons wasconfiscated statistics show Key; West may
by the Indian and 14 be the drlnkingeet town in the Apr. 30. Homestead Bea Station

used for butter. Laybe we will I I state Liquor consumption there Hotel Redm4 4ii:VE4 Iv
be obliged to ra ort to something,I has increased 111.4 per cent durIng _'
of the III'". the past year Peasaeola cane BACK UP ... PHONE fib IaN tries
e e e I next with nearly 118.8 per cent .n.rfr sa g
tt Florida has always looked with 1 I more; Jacksonville Will third-with YOUR BOY +F

holy horror upon a sale tax.Some about 83.5 per cent increase. Or-
g prosperous *tata* have t11 lando had a 2341 per cent increase $ay.p AJ./i

It satisfactorily fat; a ofH I'' ; and Miami, but 818 percent 1-1tt 1

Tear and consider ft the anoftl, increae*. i


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>*L.m . . Social Events in South Dade . . I



( -=-- bride of Cadet Charles U Brockof --

r A Jitterbug contest will be,I Association served fat hostesses. Lockhart, Texas. in a simple Personnel of the Princeton at the meeting Wednesday night '
I featured at the Tuesday evening; Among those present were Capt. ceremony performed Apr. S by Casualty Station will meet next .f this week. Thirty-four jnero-
t VSO dance next week. A prize of and Mrs. L R. Jacobs, Mr. and Dr. Everett S. Smith at his borneIn Wednesday night with the Homestead ben were present and went
\.r. $10 ia cash for the winner has Mrs. R. F. HIgglns, Mrs. Ceo. D. Miami. Attendants were Mr. group for Joint practice through the drill and tint aid
: been donated by a citizen of; Ruehle, Mrs. Adrian Jacobs, Mrs. and Homestead.Mrs. Ernest Beraecker of Member of the city poet are prefecture under the direction af
" Homestead { H. L. Brandenburg and Mrs. B. E. ? mrged by Mrs. Frank Skill, cap Miss Sue Robinson

_- The Redland, Parent-Teacher] Vihien. ed The suit bride with wore blue accessories a lemeo-oalor-and tain te make ,a special effort to Mrs. Ethel: Ash reported on kite
k ;Association sponsored 'a party forK I Mrs. Adrian Jacobs was chairman orchid Beroack- be present for the field workers. A telephonehas
an Mrs.
, the enlisted men after the regular of the Tuesday night dance beige corsage.with brown ac- Ernest Sherird of the Turner been installed In! the port
. >' dancing class last night Tomorrow and Mrs. U R. Jacobs and Mrs.R. er cessories.wore Funeral Home taught the Homestead , quarters, and four lanterns have
snack I how to man the ambulance been purchased for use In the
night the American Legion F. HIgglns served at the Mrs. Brock is graduate of group I
Auxiliary will give a novel program 'bar. Other hostesses were: Mrs. Homestead High School a and I and handle the stretchersMRS. blackout slated for tonight

' and serve refreshment Walter Weiss, Mrs. Edwin Mc- Homestead: Business College. ShOi:

Dancing followed v the hour's Garrah, Mrs. Harold Kendall, has been employed at the Homestead JOHN r. BUTLER and Mrs. Mae Morris, treasurer.
. concert given Friday evening by, Mrs. Ceo. H. Fitzpatrick, Mrs. R. air base but will join Cadet HONORED WITH SHOWER | Airs. Rive served coconut pit
the Homestead High School Band J. Elliott Mrs. R. J. Hester, Jr. Brock at his base in McClellaa A miscellaneous shower was with coffee or cocoa.
under the direction of ""Mrs. W.!I Mr*. i. R. Brooks, Mrs. PrestonB. Field, Cal I given for Mrs. John P. Butler, as-1 Those attending were Mr B.
B. Mill Miss Mary Ellen Dear- Bird, Mrs Lawrence Pope, sistant' superintendent of James' A. Tibbits, Mrs. Roy Chandler.Mr .
' Ing sang a solo and Miss SylviaDe Mrs. L. L. Field. 'Mrs. B. E. Vlh- MISS LILLIAN BOOTH IS Archer Smith Hospital at her *. M. F. White. Mrs Ben Archer -
Mario recited to the accompaniment len and Mrs M. De Mario. Capt. BRIDE OF FTC.' SPURLOCK home Wednesday evening by the Mrs. Stadig Mr*. Katz Mr
of the band. Member Jacobs, Mr. Higglns and Mr. Bird hospital personnel. |Mrs. Butler Morris! Mrs. Hammett. Mr*. Stew
of the Homestead ParentTeacherW. also were present. I IPeten.e Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Booth their are' was Miss Maids French before art and the hostess.
announcing the marriage of
her Feb. 8. -
daughter Lillian Virginia to J>fc. marriage. on
! S. C. S. CONDUCTS ALL-DAY STUDY : Oscar Preston Spurlock of the' Nuts cheese crackers, devl!'.' MRS. EKBEIQ SPEAKER
, food cake and coca cola were 4T NEIGHBORHOOD CLUB
OF CHRISTIAN FOUNDATIONS OF PEACE Homestead army air base. The
marriage took place at 10 o'clockFriday served. v, Mrs. H. A. Ekberg talked on
night Irk the office of Judge Guests were: Mrs Cecil Robertson the pyramids at the meeting of
"Christian Foundation of Peace"lating the peace was given bywas'the I Boyd Anderson In Fort Lauder. Mrs. Paul Leaner, Mrs. An- the Redland Neighborhood Club
I sel Barrow, Mrs. R .E. Sherard Wednesday afternoon at the homeof
who led
theMrs. Q. Sewell Palmer I dale.
( subject of study of
and her Infant dpuknter Sarah
In. Sedgwlck Cooper.
group discussion. Mrs. C. I. Present at the ceremony were Clayton
r Christiana '
Woman Society of i Mrs. Ovid$hllivan. Mn .
h 'The
the bride's
spoke on m parents and Pvt. Floyd race
Service of the First Method Bases Of Peace" which was fol. I F. Mock Mrs. Ted Wells and Mrs. Frederick Weber will be
Lee.The Mrs. H. F. Fox. Gifts were received hostess at a poetry meeting of
Church at an all-day meetlnglowed by a roundtable discus-I bride wore a blue sports
' meet- I from Mrs. W. I. Fisk and the group on May B when mem.
held Tuesday in the church schoolslon. The regular business dress with navy blue accessories
Mrs. Leon Dame J JMM ban will read their own or favorite -
building ing was followed by the SpiritualA She attended Homestead High
play was presented by Mrs.Life program presented by (1MI''. School and Miami Technical High poem and sew for the Red
H. L. Brown, Mr*. J. A. McNelllGeorge Reason and Mrs. Palmer. I Pfc. Spurlock is the son of Mr. 1. F. IIAMMETT: WILL ..
Mr Dan Williams and Mrs. CasThe study will be concluded at i and Mrs. Jesse Koster of Mineral AGAIN )LEAD B. I. W. C.
per Williams. A talk on the partan all-day meeting Apr. SO in the Wells, Texas. He received his ed- At the annual meeting of the, MUSIC CLUB WILL MEET
the church should have InTormu-church school building. ucation in the schools of Rainer. Homestead BPWC at the homeof I IN SCHOOL AUDITORIUMThe
Texas, and prior to his inductioninto '"'n. Green Rives on Monday Monday Music Club will
PLANS FOR SPRING LUNCHEON MADE the army was employed at night, Mrs J. F. Hammett president meet at J:4S p. m. Apr. 1) In the
1 " the state hospital there. He U and Mrs. Herbert Katz fV'at': Homestead school auditorium Instead
:: MONDAY AT MEETING OF GARDEN CLUB serving win the medical corps at vice-president were re-elected.' of at the home of Mrs.
the air bass Mrs T. E. Stadig was made sec' Howard Johnson
ond vice-president; Mrs. ff. I[., The program will be preseaUeJ
Plans'' foa pie annual sprini and } luncheon' fcrtrheU May 1 In I W. K./ Hass and Mrs New G The CalendarApr. Stewart ,corresponding secretary; Junior Music Club.
Florida Clt; -were: made at the Ball. I

meeting ol the South Dade Garden 8-Work meeting of
Club Monday afternoon in APRIL II SET FOB CLUB Homestead Home Xtemonstratioa
the Woman' Club building." INSTALLATION DINNER Club.
j' Mrs. S. B. Rohrer of Miami The installation dinner 'of the, Apr. Meeting of Princeton ThePolk
Beach and Redland, who was Woman's Club, originally e
eta I Casualty Station.
slated to speak, was unable to for Apr. 12, will be at T
be present due to,the illness of p. m. Monday Apr. )1, In the: Apr. 10-American Legion Auxiliary -' DIXIE DRUG Jlhs
for enlisted men
hre husband. clubhouse. Members are asked to
Mr*. Henry Ruegg and Mrs. make reservations with Mrs. Walter USO clubhouse. I Phones II and 9111PIN.
James McCready were namedon Weiss whose telephone numberis Apr. 11-Meeting of modeling

., a civic improvement commit 291. class at 7 p. m.
. i; tee. Mrs. McCready read a report At the meeting April 19 the Apr. II Jitterbug contest at
\'5:, 'of the recent convention of Junior Woman's Club will bemerged USO dance.
4,4' the Florida Federation of Garden with the sector group. Apr. 14 Joint meeting In
'r, Club Homestead of Princeton Casualty
There wa attractive ex.
an Station and Homestead First Aid
hlbitlon of flower arrangements.Mrs. BUILDING OF CHARACTER
Chris Petersen Mrs. T. T. Bowen was hostess Post.Apr.
w" accepted SAY
a* a pew member. on Apr. l'to Circle One of the I 1J-Meeting of Redland
If Baptist WMU. when a programon First Aid Post. .
Present were: Mr*. Alma k
" SheUllne, Mrs. Elberta Bule. Mrs. character building was presented I Apr15-USO party given by
Ernest Francis, Mr; Ben Young, by Mrs. Frank Irwin. "'n. Sacred Heart Church. 1
Mrs. McCready 'Mrs. Ruegg Mrs.: George West and Mrs. Harry Hall. Apr. 19-Installation meeting of
.1JI Other present were Mrs Fred Woman's Club of Homestead.Apr. CHILDitilN.
Redd, Mrs. S. L. West. Mrs. Jens of W. IN S VlrA/MIN
MRS WHITE INSTALLED 2o-Alloda meeting CAPSd19S
nle Smith. Mrs. W. B. Myrickand All riN
Mrs J. V. Downs. \w\a\ ,
Mrs. M. White Installed 28 Business meeting of smouete Jos Ch .
F. wa Apr. I.e
Bowen served
IMrs.{ peach pie take in
president of the Woman' Auxiliary Homestead Home DemonstrationClub. Capsule on easy 1M
and coffee. r
Pare !
of St. John's Episcopal The next meting will be held rolyal-
Church at a meeting In the church May 7 at the home of Mrs. My- May J-Spring luncheon of reif
last Friday. ft. South Dade Garden Club. Noouce$0c
t Mr*. Frank STilIman was Installed rick.Building character through May Meeting of Homestead
vice-president; Mn J. E. good literature was discussed at BPWjC. with Mrs. Cina Stew-
Gauqtns: secretary; and Mrs.Henry the meeting of Circle Four at the

Brooker. treasurer.' home of Mrs. A. D. Smith. TakIng art.May S--Meeting of Neighborhood -
't. RENOVATION OF USO CLUB part on the program were Club with Mn. Frederick also Rlke', Moalholoted.
QUARTERS: GETS UNDER WAY Mrs. J. "Lee Smith, Mrs. A. J. Weber.
.\,' Renovation of the USO clubhouse Van Marter Airs Howard Johnson COUGH SYRUP
"if' Is now under way and the Mn. A. E. Paul. and Mrs. T.

.... the dance room 1* being converted D. Piche. Ala CONDITIONEDROLLER end M< oka- 30
( Into a lounge with easy ,chairs Coffee and gingerbread were
t and excellent lights for readingand served by the hostess.
writing At the regular weekly Others present were Mrs COMFORT
: 2 Rnall hvorites for
Catherine Picard, Mrs. S. H. Fitch solo
;1 dances the chain will be arranged 50CA
on the sidelines for the and Mrs. R. E. Edwards.. ana..... TiM to II,. P. ILu.t..l.e c. ,. cough sad toll raw. too
The circle will meet May T
convenience of those not caring 11114, es.n to 60 %essif "news ,
and Mrs.
to dance. with Mrs. Pickard

The writing table, which have Venetian
If 1M Uftll't gotten areaai
already been Installed, are well te buying a Beeesd Wait Leas A WORD ABOUT OUR
patronized by the service men Bean. stop art think what It Skating Rink r
.f and ping-pong and table tennis t
". would mesa U JeW If ear aet- PRESCRIPTION SERVICE
are Proving quite popular. tten kat spa rand la ITM s. W. trtk A". MlMl

flu (....
TW t_>0 Drag -k junlf *oW slits cyoerulyriem .

BACK 'UP .""" ,,,,,""""" ",,,,,,,,"' ,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,'",,"" ,"""""," ,,,,,.,,, ,, ",,"" ",' "' """""""". s-vtf*. h ;is the mere iIeper. ;'
rI ANNIE MAYHEW FITZPATRICK MK YOUR BOY OMMrf......-.-g eW press drill -
Bedland Road between Avocado and Biscayne Drives ** sMttm..Composed Fear roonrip

s.III.uJiJ ,tW Pianoforte And Theory ....TW MM sire 1st die &exall Dealt

Plied TWIrof Violin Xylophone PUno-Afoordlaa law awe .tor

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I'ago Six HOMESTEAD' LEADER AND ENTERPRISE' Friday, April 9,1943

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American People Face Acid Test in "Y AiS"XG :Rev.Takes JAMES HOSPITAL ARCHER NEVIS SMITH: a

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Treasury's 2nd War Loan To Raise ;: ; ::; from Page Four) I assumed The James a surgical Soltile patient Sr., wh6 at James'had

in Homestead It wu os yet
Stone Smith Hospital, Wit re
13 Billion Dollars in Three WeeksThe !unincorporated. The first edition nounces to hit home Saturday and
was published (March IS, 11112) I services: now able to be in his office
,In a small ihack. . The actual
Nation Dare Not Fail in This Greatest printing was done in West Palm at 11 10 a. a.m., Mrs.brief Ernest periods.Neill and Mrs. John

[ Financing Task in History-"They Give Beach and Miami. . The name of vices at 8 were released from the
the South Florida Banner was
Mr. and
this week Mrs.Catherine .
Their Lives-You Lend Your Money." changed to Homestead" Enterpriseon had been Levy was transferred
March 28. 1814. tion InKey the Dade County Hospital.
Washington, D. C.-Comlng as it does upon the heels oj. "Miu Mlgnonne Clement and years. Orlando Wollam was.j-eturned 1
taco a tax the le""of will an Willard Severy of Florida City
payment, o > America face on Monday.
acid test this month when the Tfyii ry"' Second War Loan were quietly united by the Rev. Joyce Walker |was discharged
E. I. Getman of the Florida CityM.
drive opens April 12 with an bbjeetive'of thirteen billion dollars after a period of medi
E. Church
to be raised through sal'of. Government securities. Ii The on Thursday night in observation.

< A substantial part of this huge.financing, the most stupendous the church ceremony In was the performed pretence o( ( Walter Eggers of Homestead
but closing .. admitted yesterday as a med.
ever undertaken "
by government in the world's friends. .
of Goulds
history! must be loaned by people in ordinary walks of life. I "Preston H. Lee of Goulds li Robinson patient.

I High Government official here I smiling broadly over the arrivalof president;
pointed out that the nation mutt notIU above what tan be bought this year a new son at his some on Frl stead $10,000 BUILDINGContinued
In this duty to our mm on the because ef restrictions and rationtft'T day." ;
hattie fronts who art now carrying *, ; approximately eO kmionief E. Kirby ( From Page One)
Se offenilvo. to the enemy at every dole ire which should go Into Gov.eltihlneet ;
Ceo. H. located just east of the Sacred
tage. It I la obvious to Bondi. BLOOD
every thinking DONORS
and R. P. Catholic Church on S. E.
man and woman that ai the United = objective ef every
Nations take this orTansfv agalnitJht 41.1112,11 :' these loose dot During St. '
It is understood that the build.
dictators, till eat of war opera Idjt dollar, la Government . (Continued from Page One) of the
toot iicresset In proportion. ftfjUes: aot only from a patriot divisions the tailed and will cost approximately tea
showing highest
'tbt Amerlraa, people must Mlonger ti&TdpoInt, but from the standpointof percentage of blood donors in meetings non-crib.:
of Mr. Sottile said that
think tt war tests In terms of their own financial security. cause
that division. I I
There Is avalltbfe during. the Second chamber material will be used as far
a Soldier IIulldla, tank
Members of the Hocnstead Tint
War Lean .. turned' possible In construction of
plan ..r.a ahlp. W* mint BOWthink a type of Security M
I Aid Post have been
appointed by I building, which will have
In ttrmi of the every pocketkook. since Dec. aeneral
cat of bat'
Mr*. Frank Skill captain to
pre- officethree private of.
ee. invasions tad nw og.nsivee.' Are Wild DeIIaN Secretary .
. sent the blood donor plan to each maintained ,' a lobby for the'' public;. a'
Mtaokluf armies| eat mOll mosey Every dollar of those forty billions
of the city churches aid civic
organizations -
than t mt that Iner.,... coat by ,* .4 In Government Securities ,city and a repair shop, The
wring mart War Bond and Second. during this War "Loan Drive is a Volunteer donors of Feb. 28 Inquiries will be done by company
1 : Ifar Loan laeurlttaa.Tfcey "wfld" dollar which together with who are already registered may District as and will begin as soon
give their names to the station have War Production Board clear.
Its mates, will tend to herein Inflation. more
OiveTkelr Uve Uncontrolled inflation might they prefer so that the group willet the past la obtained on necessary
tt l. not only that the credit in the contest, Mri.
; necessary raise the coat of living to t point and one \ ..
American people left hart at home when Skill said. Florida
the dollar is worthless. It to
...uma this additional participationn IN AND AROUND
can happen. It happened In Germany asked help
I $ the war effort-It la an honor to after the lilt war when the plans to HOMESTEADContinued
Five Redland Take
+I do ao . for wa her at home cando
price of loaf of bread more
t cost
no less than attempt to approachthe than an annual wage. Tests for Naval CollegeBoys ter.Lack of ( From; Three)

sacrifices of our brave men out Invested In Government securities precluded were Tuesday guests of

on last the Hunting fronts to whom the your dollar will work for you It i taking the tests for the drive but and W n. E. A. Chase of MI-
but.great mn.ur."f sacrifice I. will hold down inflation because It Is navy college V-12 program given ing, ear .
lives dally. .offering They give their harnessed In war work; It will help !Apr 2 at Redland school for the at this time Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rohrer
we art asked only to
lend our money. buy food, transportation munitionsfor purpose of discovering potential reported. family of Cape Sable visited
f our boys on the front lines and naval officers were Calvin Wood here this week.
end War that Loan.la the theme of the Sec- It will be earning Interest that, to-I Richard Hickson Francis Proth- of the Mrs. John Zellar and Mr. and

Llves-You Lend"They Your Money Give Their" gether with your original loan, ero, Forrest Burke and Herbert to attend P' .. Henry Balm left Friday for '
come back to you later to help you Lunn. secretary home in Guttenburg N. -J.
t Financial experts who know man.. buy the things you cannot buy today I II
ary condition In the nation point to Insure your pence of the
flit that at the present urns there I.In future.Remember. I I
llTiM funds, cash and eommer- those boys out there I VARIETY MEATS AID PLANNING 1//

*!lal bank depoalta over and above In Tunisia . In tht South --
I Uses and present Investment In Pacific . They give their lives Quid
Government Bonds, and ever and You lend your money.shape Kinds Characteristics'Calf I ng Preparatlorlrolse.
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JOHNSTONE It toward world co-opera ,lamb pork livers
10 Ib. I
more tender than 11
I "15. Dlslndoctrinate totalitarian beef Calf and lamb 31b. I or btoil. I
peoples of their anti-social practices liven milder In flavor four
(Continued from Page One) 1 lb.
and relndoctrmate them live than pork and beef.
sing to officers In techniques of with a more human way of life. (beef, calf, pork, lamb)
i tnillUry government. That li a "1C Propose neW economic and e

Bound and foresighted start. social affiliations between state Coif lamb and pork
"Here are some of the problemsto to build through co-operation mart tender, I Ib. 4 too Slew..olse.b.11. .
be solved: better Interstate relations kic., flavor than Its. 3to4Ito2 or
"1. Dace distressed countries, "17. Retrieve all existing loot s beef Veal and lamb : /o grind for

Under protective custody of the I and personnel carried off by agressor "ki"'yllOfIItlllnOI cut llb.. '/! > leaves orParties.
turned forces of the United Na. nations and return. them to I Kidney with ctop' *. ,/ .
tions and continue this until civil their place of origin. W, coif, pork, Ia )

Ixtpulations are able again to assume "18. Restore to people In newly
control. liberated countries the homes Braise. stuff
"2. Curb epidemics. they were forced to vtcatt. Beef heart least tender 4 I 12 to to I and braise.
"3. Rehabilitate docks and communication "19. Organize men from defeated but all heart must Ij. Ib. 2fo32ta3 I. .lIw e ,
systems to Insure armlet into engineeringand be made tender by l Ib' grind for

4 prompt receipt and distributionof work crew and set themto Heart fyj* proper cooking. Y4 lb. 1 .loaves or

food supplies work at restoring what. they Txef.colf.por'k.lo'mb) ponies
"4. Establish feeding stations hae destroyed."
knedical and surgical clinics and I May be dreheeas.d Simmer In
hospital facilities to place key { ,
or.mok.dedM.ake 3% Ib. 12toU3toe Colortender.:
tender until
persons back In service prompttly. BLACKOUTContinued P Ib.
"8. Restore agriculture-providing by proper cook tflb. 2to < Remove -'
ing. Fork Mid tomb skin
teed and directions
Implements, Vi |b. 2to3
to get crape under way at ( from Page One) Tonguebeef usually purchased serve ee de-
once. regular rise and fall of the siren ( ,calf pork tomb) ready It serve. slrtd.

"I. Care for existing livestock:; note. and second
First atom
fit 'rHookl"
begin intensive breeding and feeding Just before the all clear a .ie.L achiofboel.MolnaraJhoneycomb I

to obtain quick milk- cheese second "blue" warning will be l latter 7 Jb. tal water make tend te,
and fats production. sounded to denote that the "raid- I'l '--cI
.,. Thee
"7. Assist dispersed families ton en" have passed over but may j'! FreiH, pickled or, 1g la fourb broil fry 01
reunite and to return to their return. At this time pedestrian ripe ........ oorm.d Make tender bralte.
homes; help them to restore buildings. and vehicle will be permitted to (beef) I by proper ooId,..
resume their way, but lights t
".. Set up maternity centers must remain out until the final r re-cook In
and arrange for child care. Give all clear I* sounded. iswee I DhIdocIInIv two portia water te
expectant mothers and small children The public Is advised to keep I Heart and threat keepcad l'
e, prior claim to food. radio on for possible Instruction .were........Tender 1 make :,
".. Re-establish courts: review but to abstain from all telephonecalls oM cIeIIcott In Acw. four firm, trail ..
eases, of all prisoners, releasing a* it is vitally necessary fry bro'.. t
those who have been unJu.tl1ln- that line be open for' defense. (bf,coif. Iamb) I or cream.' t

rcer.ted. and military message. f 'In ,
,"10. Lift customs and passport A meeting of air raid wardens water te

Restrict Ions. captain of the casualty station a
"II. Foster re-establishment of and other defense officials we Very bonder oM dos/ ilbfar .l..p.

service and -Industrie, to return called by Co-ordinator Rue In soft In flavor. four fir.... The
teen to work and to revive production the city hall Monday night for Bros scramble

I of needed food the purpose of correlating activities %64A cell, b) fryer cream*
OIL Reopen banks and provide during the blackout
w -Wrr-ran 1a.e Ise P--of.06 00& 1
universal All defense will
a stable and currency. personnel rePOrt -
13. Reopen and staff churches to their stations, lit, Rue handy start ca wtetyatacuilera*. The variety assets are deems.Ike prepared to many appetlsIMat .
and other institution which afford said, and their dwelling should designed M asaM the aouerwlf Intj ef special tonttdenUon because,IdUneatoaupplMDeDtthtiaeuaUeitopa.k
spiritual comfort "* be made'secureagainst entry! aorvtaf her wartime start proa-' they are JUlIa ta food value and sane |steeMJUws" and revels.._ . .J'

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-LEGAL ;II ....... Rome PABIle, I Rorarda of Dad Covntr ITorldal
NOTICESI and If .s...... whoae given :
I acme to ankao .. K living alaoLota I and 4 of KROMK: AVENt:
j ADDITION, according M the plat ]
IN THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I II ala be dead all pan lea or araon> claimInt Past, n. of the Public Reoordo of 1I I
IN AND FOR DADS COUNTY, a* Interest under .Id defend.au Dad Coualn. Florida aim
FLORIDA | or either of them deemed or Mh.enela. Ix*. |. and M In Block I of RATE Hut Insertion
I. If* CHANCERY I .. InrMln. hla or her heir, ..... FISKK MANOR. according to the ; 10d t UTM; subsequent Inwrtlnn I
N* fins am. pontes, paws or other claim. plat thereof retarded In Plat Booh I' a Its*
WT TO FORRrlOHI TAX: ALI Bate Under seek serum or peraona If II at Page U of tho Puhlhl Records
CERTIFICATES dyad. and .n other unknown .......t .... of Dad Chests, Florida I also. -- --
CITY OF HOMESTEAD, a municipal //I I fondant ,la this va_. and all parts Lou f. t. .. I and 0 In Block a -
aroeralioa at th* Slat of Florida, !I or perartia, whether .aaural tGo p.ntocc of DOWNER PALMS NO. I aecor*. I-- FOR RENT PERSONAL
flalnUff.RUTH Municipal. Interested I. the laada In. to the plat thereof recorded ht
... hereinafter' d .nHbird. or claiming. !oF. Plat Book II at Pat IT of the PatHe .
CARDINAL a widow, et .... D. through or under the dissolved orpor*_ Rotor of Dod 000..,. Florida t GARAGE APT.furnished, thow FREE! If excess acid causes you
lion ahon ......
ort forth said helmalluat. .h.
'""ORDER FOR PUBLICATION I Ill the City of Bonaatead County Late t. I and I of R.A. CAMERON I er, light, garage for car In. pain of Stomach Ulcer, Indl. .
of Dad, and I.... ....... cluded. J. L.
IN THE: NAME: or THC STATE of r. andcoon ADDITION. most low to the HicK.on Narlnja. gntion Heartburn Bt'lchlntoBloatina.
particularly described a* follows .. thereof recorded In Plat Book Phone S78-J.I1.
FLORIDA (9-18))
01'1 will flat Nausea, Ga* Pain,
TO THE!: DEFENDANT Ruth C." Pan IT *f the Public Records j
Sal., a widow ..*.... t. Carter C. R. Lola it. '1. 14. II H. 97. tS and! of Dada County Florida I also. get free aample Udga, at
M. Navy Arwad H....&.. Treasure bland. It of MILLER ADDITION oemrdlna lea I, t. I and 4 In Block I of FOR RENT-4-room house with Brown' Pharmacy. (pjyt)
Baa Fraaekveo California. i Ernest W. la tho plat thereof recorded In Plat PIN:HURST ADDITION according bath, unfurnished on Wildln :
Carter A. V. B Bailey Ola. Pmnlng.toa. Hook I al Pan IM of the Public to the plat thereof raoorded In Plat ,
a widow! Louie. ....1_, a Record of Pad County, FTertoal Rook I at Pam ItT of the PuMt dr. Apply Alpine Grove Dairy WANTED
single woman myrtle Fmnlngtoa, a ala. Record, at Dad County Florida I aidp4A O. B. Parker. ( 2IFOR )
single woman I Nozzle M Roberta and LoW II IS. ST. II. II bad M of
Janus Roberta, her husbands. F I. Roth WALBRIDGI: ADDITION. according It of L. O BFIDLBR: ADDITION RENT-Small house, somefurniture. WANTED TO BUY-Smallarow,
Jr. and Edna Roth at. wlf| i. C. to the Plat thereof recorded /. Plat aeArdint to the plat thereofnoorded house Write Box Print- .
.'.. hi Plat Boob at Pan It N.af'etht. and 138 *
Bowel ( A. Doutt, a single Rook I at Pan 41 of the Public lIMo ,
slowest Clan ...rt.. a alngla warrens oral of Dada County. Florida .t.. of the Public Records of Dad Coua. I Itr1 Adfcm EnnfiP"! (pa8) ton. (pp,0)
EllaabeU<..... Chamberlain and ME. Lola I. 4 and I la Block I W FOR. tr Florida I also "
4. I and 9 In Hlork I* of --1':
Chamberlain, her husband. CullfordConarructkia VKNIR ADDITION. according to the TO WANTED-l'IN
Dr...... TOWN OP HOME8TKAD: a auMI- PERMANENT tenant, let treadle IK'wfoli.
Company plot thereof
a corporation recorded In Plat Book
".1111 eta principal place of ...... II al Pan 14 of the Public Records ....... arrordlnt M the plat thereof I floor lovely country home, modern machine \tin excellent running
sees located In Raleigh North Carolina of Dad County, Florida also recorded la Plat Bonk 4 at Pan M. 2 bedroom, Redland rd. condition Call at Leader'Entell.prise. .
of the Public Record of Dad. Countr.
of Kllllaa Berwick Spry.. 8e-| LMa .
la IS
gals 14 and II In Block t of
rarity National. Bank Building, Raleigh PORVENIR ADDITION according Florida i .lwfat. 'near Biscayne dr. P. O. Box I (m261tJt
Mirth Carolina Robert O. LaeeMeT and 10 the plat thereof recorded I. Plat tot 11. II sod 11 I. IlJor I I 684., Homestead (mr :26lf) -- -
Oompany. a corporation, with Ha ...1....l Rook et at Pan II of the Public of RABllr.R ADDITION according t. I WANTED TO BUY Green
In Durham, North the plat thereof reoorjed I* Plat pigeon
pal off loo Carolina Recorde 01 Docla County 'Florida ales
In .... of J. C. H.,...... P. O. Boa Book < It Pat It of the Public ''ROOMS and apartmenu Rt'I80n-1 peas In the pod mangos and all
1*,S. Durham North Carolina Stockholder. Lota I*. It 411. 41. 41 41 44. I tand I Record of Dad County, Florida i aid other kinds of tropical piodu f.
able I
Reallaatloa Corporation. an Ohio 4* of KVILLA ADDITION ac.nrdlni co rates, hot water and ihow.rs .
orporatlon; with Its principal office lo.cated . to the plat thereof recorded ROYAL LoU II and 14 I. Block..I...of.. I . Palma Hotel Florida! S. Rt pea. 7 E. 135th St., N4\r
e In the Commercial Building. Day.rOalot la Plat Book II al Pan 40 of the York City (pj.l8) e
Carolyn A. Roach. .....,.Ia Public Record of Dad County, Florida ,Inc to tic plat thereof recorded In I
... of John Benedict Roach. I alaoLola Plat Book I at Pace IT of the Public .' FOR SALE Citl'j 1I
..........I Jamea H. Lath.ro a _...... II. II 14. II and IS In Block Record of Dad. County Florida! : I PART-TIME maid wanted Mr*.
her of the firm of Hunt and Lather I of HIBISCUS
PARK aHordlna I
to alaoThe
attorney al law Deferred Payment the plat thereof recorded la Plat Weal half of file Bart half of J gOJJD, V-8 deluxe ledan. I H. H. Ewing IS bit 8th it. "J
Plan., Inc, a corporation. with Its prinri.pal Honk II at Pan II of the Public the Aouthweat quartor of the Northeast model. tires w) excellent con (12
Sunrise of Section Twelve. Town- I
place of hualncaa located la the Hill Record of Dad County, Florida I
Building Syracuse New York: Fried.t alao ship flftF*,*. South Rann Thirty- dition, 8t!nod. paint job dandy
Hill a widow Carter Security and Lola II and II In Block I of ROYAL ..lah'pt.seat., containing 10 ....., I radio. $3CTfftsh. Geo. Fitzpatrick CAPABLE re able( woman ot,
Land Company dlaaolved Florida PALM more or
( corporation, aad tether a V. Carter and the plat. thereof ADDITION.recorded according In Plat to YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED AND : Naranja. road. Phone 528- house work. Pets Tourist

:. Ernest W. Carts, aa .urvlvlng .1...... Bonk t al Pan ST of the Public Rrc.orda DIRECTED to file your 'P_rose* to M-l ? (mrJ8-tt) Home 302 S. Krome. (J3f)
lora aa rater of the properly of the of Dad County. Florida al.o the Plaintiff hill of complaint on the I I ?"
I Lot IT In Block I of ROYAL PAUl Rule Day I In A. D, ml to-wll --ot:"
'. ADDITION areordlna- to the plat May I, I'M In 'rh. offlo of the ClerHlof 1(I GOAT MILK"1 1# sale Phone II i FAT hens. J. R. Bcvls near I.ctTiI
Florida I corporation, and H: W. Leyvna, thereof recorded In Plat Bah I at the Circuit Court In and 'for Dodo!. 138-3 e\enings.
f C. Ley.ni, tOW'of"'tt Prltrh.rd. aa dlNctora P.n IT of the Public Record of County Flerlda [ otherwlaa a ......* pre I I j I I I store. (dietf)
aa properly of the Dad County bridal! I alas eonfeeeo will he entered aaalnpt you j I i I. (If5tt I
/ amid dissolved corporation! lot 10 In Block I of ROYAL PALM IT IK FURTHER ORDFRFD that this I '
TO trade 37
d ADDITION. acroHIni to the plat order of publication be publbhed one a LOST 1 1I .ton livery ui
T A. Acre.I If living' R t. thereof recorded. In flat Bonk I at week for four consecutive J +ka In the i iIOST i dan for l.ton stake body truck
living Henry B. New and F......---I I Ia Pan IT of the Public Records i>f I If..t... Leader and Fnterprli: a I i I .
: 11._. his wife. If living 0. C. Dad County alan ..-....... published la Dada Ccranlrrlorlda ': -War Ration nook One J. R. Ee\U, near I.eU' store.
I /If living! May H. Miller If living Lnta 17 i-. ::'Jd">( of TOWY.R'S ; | (dietf)
I Tucker and DONg AND ORDERED this No 527736-310 Williv Arthur
: -- - -- ADDITION according to the plot ll.t day of
Tucker, his wife If ha b* married, whew l thereof recorded In Plot Rook I.. ]\t.rt'h.t. IK !"<* at Miami H.irlJa. I|! Mays, Homestead .101. ( pj9i I''CLEAN
given name to unknown, If living W. Pan III of the Public Record of R. LEATHERMAN.Clerk I ( RAGS WANTED Wit.
E. Lesley and -- ---- I Dade County Florid : alio I of Circuit Court In exchange subscription or ndvI *.'-
hla wife. M h* W married, whoa gives Lot A. Block 10 of '1RIDCFDALE and for Dad County, Morlda. LOST-War Ration Bonk One. ,
name la unknown, If living J. H. rln.land "" (Circuit Court Seal I i iUy I Not 5376"i8-310 and 537659-310. lining for clean raft Leader
'- : -- Flalay hla wife whale to the plat thereof.I .i..t'7.: Plat 1 L. 0. I Enterpiiae
Wn name b unknown If living! 0....I Book 4 III Pan M of the Public Deputy r.b.1; I I Ethyln Smith and Bcrtrum .
X Burn and Emma Loula Burnt, hi. Recorda of Dad County, Florida: al- IRA C. HAYCOCK. I Smith Homestead pa9) I --- --- -
wife, If living! Joseph V. Powers, Jr, 60 14" Conam. Bldt. j
and - Power., hi. wlf. Lets, 17. IS and to of J U Miami. Florida I'I JUNK CARS WANTED
i If h. b* married. whoaa given nam la J FRrK!: IND ADDITION. according Attorney for Plaintiff
unknown If living! Laura C. Routh. and lo the plat thereof recorded In Plat I Apr I. 9. 14. E3. $0. 11m I
If "married hr apoua*. whoa Rhea, mane Book 4 at Pan 141 of the Public S. L. Row ell & Son
: a KendrickI FOR
SCRAP iron. Highest
Monday. May I, IMS, at Islas o'clockA.. II" I )
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Or THE M., the undersigned will apply to on. Or. Leonard W. Haskln price paid, with or withoutitrep.

BIRVENTH IN ANa FOB JUDICIAL CIRCUIT of the Judge of the abov entitled HilllHrfat .. By Biamlaanaa JUSTICE OF THI phone 8-21M or bring to
Court for an order authorialng the adop. 3018 N. W. 28th Miami
I title of CERALD JOSEPH: GROVES a t'lG'LASS'i.sol I
In Chancery minor two peon of .... .
Df RRt ADOPTION Or GERALD JOSFPH DATED this tilth dar of March H4tj W H. L YM Mlo.L Fl. I I ----
GROVES, a minor THOMAS P. .MCCARTHY.f Ptnt.u. CtadhwadConventual Birth Ortlflcatts and other doe-
NOTICE!: M HEREBY GIVEN that on I ( 1 *. IS. I'. M, HID I 1 I / ;menu acknowledged and .Haesvtd. I| 'yhtYO r


Need Homes and Groves at Reasonable Prices For Prompt N. W. Fall Odd St Fellows Homestead Bide. Fla.1!i '



228 Halcyon Arcade Miami. Fla. Phone 1-M6J I .t reasonable raiN I Announcement

PHONE_ 9108 or 389 DR. R. S. SPICKARD
and Ha:rout Mil
Jtuvnmpna MeSOe
DR. C. C. RAY I.
t I F. O. Plummet, SER1CI'I I (Plain)

Shampoo Medicated) 7SeZS
r I are now associated with

7.t .. Singe , .. .
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K'a DR. R. S.AKERSI I racist SOc

Facial pack _. 7Jkt7k
Combination racial

I BOYS I Ten'o _.. ..__ lie
Office Mount f a. m. to S P. A
Mustache Trim .- IWBUSII'S
I Sundays: 8 Ie It
Closed Sa turcll) *
Tutt it I rrttnrndaut need fat I (Inn..holnom. .. :

K'f .. and tdutiiiontl tit net N. ". 16M ST, MIAMI
tntcnaininf bo,'. publicatio

1hot'..h,. fa 30 years.the Boy PHONE j-tiii BarberShop

Scouts of America tux pubs .

t>l>cd BOVr LIFE. I Opp. City Hall

I" ittt magazine 1'04 I

mill bl |lad 10 What O g' i:

Stet your BHI : .
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form*-and amounts i Auto
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wt FILL PRESCRIPTIONS MOM ANT DOCTOR AT. New York I nut weir and !>Uffl. W. will

Of< TOUR OWN CHOOSING Of 10 your_lp.rT tct or local yerp.THEY .
f>:p:,lrr -tr, iy. F1 free to

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p .I 'Page Eirfit HOMESTEAD LRJDEft AND_ENTERPRISE_ Friday,April 9,19-13 ,


Now Available -.; ,



in the




. 10 Modern home and 20 acres planted to avocados, oranges '

grapefruit and limes. Servants' quarters laundry, ga :
I rages and full grove maintenance equipment, including a ,, -

; complete, spraying outfit Located at corner of 2 promi- :"_I ,"
1 nent oiled roads. ;.{


Two More Choice Properties -,. ,..- "
'to'I'J: ;
Ten-acre grove.with small house, barn, two-car garage. .' -

Grove planted to avocados and oranges. Located on oiled '

road. Must be seen to be appreciated.

Improved income property-150 feet frontage Krome -
Avenue If Jyou"know anything about values, youTl grab:

this on sighBenjamin'.

Warren Morris.

Registered Real Estate Broker .".
J 210 S.Krome,Homestead Opposite Post Office- ,:
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