Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00594
 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: May 14, 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.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00594
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-Noi20 )Iloaieitead. Florida. Friday. May 14. 19U Price 5 Cent {i

.. r Contract for Building of 25 Houses ::

:: I; Near School Nay Be Closed Today. J;

h Dade: Fire, Units Get Radios' IMMEDIATE CONSTRUCTION

I. . As "Rural Area Is Ravaged SAID SLATED BY MIAMI FIRMS

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OTA. TRUCK I CoL_ Plummer Will Pitch First Ball FOR HOUSING PROM HERE

At Opening Game of Air Base Here

a HTR1CTASLOSSESMOUNT A schedule of army softball Homestead Field will throw the USES Office b Closed; A deal for-construction of the

,j game which art open to the public first ball to MaJ Arnold W. Bird on Detached Duty IS FHA houae allotted the Hallee
Breoht hit officer
will bt started on Monday teed detent War
area, by the
Ten teams make the softball ,
night on theUSO ball field In up The WAS office in the Bird
i of the bate, anda Producuoai Board, la expected toM
Homestead when Co]. Wm. L league air Chevrolet building I* closed tamP -
Plumnnrr', commanding officer of 36-game schedule for each team rtly, M W. IV 8W the Ion tleeed with a firm or arms
.t will be played. The playoff for representative, bat beta assigned to Miami today, ICt'OI'dlnt'to In-
the base championship wCl beheld to detached county duty
formation otalned from reliable
;At least fifty per .cent of .the SK VIOLATIONSMAR the, tint week' cf October Farmer art asked t* Ut their scorers yesterday.Immediate .
labor need with County Agent
woods and grove fire that have Food Production Class C H SteifanL! at hi*.office next. erection of the houses ;.
ravaged the rural area. ef South BLACKOUT door ....the Homestead eitr ball will be made en a tract Cn the .
j Dade PUt Conducted for Adults
County during the three
i' vicinity of Homestead High t
Month have been caused by care- MONDAY NIGHTOnly Food production classed lot School it wa aald. ,,
.:tcaxnaa* 00 the dart of the'public, adult arc beiag conducted'each ACREAGE SOUGHT: D. H. 'Burke Of Miami, .F11heumg \'

ta the opinion,of County Fireman Monday bight In the Homestead inspector, made two trip
t. H. Greer of the Naranja rd.: six violation of the blade schcol agriculture room by taco. FOR MODEL FARM down here ra an effort to enlist
unit, who yesterday, suggested, out en Monday flight. were .reported N. Wakefleld, vocational agriculture -
local capital to build the
b1.J>efen Coordinator instructor hquaet
Simple preventive measure*. Frank B, Hue who said that non I Pigeon pea for planting" are: FOR SCHOOL USE and the Miami firm were nut
On Tuesdty the county commission of theM wu serious. There were available through Mr. Wakrfleld. called upon until every opportunity -
voted to have all the county two traffic violation, he Mid, and Tomatoes are still obtainable for I i had been given Homestead
fire fishing units equipped with our householders apparently forgot canning be say; *. contractor to undertake the
radio I to tl1'loft their light A victory garden program has Establishment cf a model farm project, it wag learned
i communicating sets in an Satisfaction with the observance been Introduced In the fifth and for ue cf the agriculture depart- The house must meet J1IA
:\ (Continued on Page Few) of the blackout here wa* expressed sixth grade of Homestead and menu of the Homestead specification! and must be built
I Red-
; by Mr. Rue who commended Florida City schools, and Ifl the and where electric water and sewer
Pre-IncM More Versed the efficient cooperationof seventh grade girl*' classes bore, land aohools wilt be started assoon lines are available The houses
: Than We In casualty station worker, air The seventh grade boy have had a* suitable property can be cannot be built for occupancy bthe. /
Agriculture ,raid warden, firemen and police garden all the year obtained, Cha, G. Turner, chair owner but only for rental on
the fHA basis for the durationof
\jo. man of the Dade County school
comprehensive peace plan the war and six month after
.,oj win evolve after the present war GAS INFRACTIONS WALTER WEISS I board' said yeaterday- I FHA estimates show that a two-
inlet the makers of it take cog."JT I The farm will be toed tot I bedroom house can be constructed

'. :bare fttaanee ef the .elvilitatitm that TO MEAN CLOSING ELECfED HEAD practical and]llveatock demonstration railing of a*poultry wejaa :- house for $3.189 for 3,800Homestead and. a three-bedroom
risen and thousands
fallen for for demonstration of Die cultivation I was designated a
of years prior to tilt time OPERATORS TOLDLocal OF LIONS) CLUB of truck crop and fruit defeat area on Mar.: 18 a* a result
.'t popularly "Mtibed'::6@7 edified tree, Ge. K Wakefield. agrieulturt cf action taken early hi November
: Jr history Cart.W&gner'prlndpal of instructor at Homestead. by the city council andy
: i Remand iicboola' filling station -Homestead explained. The mOdel project > military authorities t* have
told operator Waller .
the Home- ) Weiss. *ot should have from forty to forty- the
government ban on building
t't'4 Rotary Club LLIn 'a talk at accused by the rationing board of dealer, wu..1< seCJng truck for
PI use private '
|fi, the noon of both schools, he Mid.
luncheonVmeeting Wed,, automobile were summoned I the :Redland District Lion Clubfor of houses by private
.p nesdsy [ future plan are dependent on capital. The Influx of Jam.h
before that body on Tuesday night I the year beginning July 1, at army -
fo The accomplishments of the in- ind warned that scouring of a suitable location, Ue* and war workers in connection
further infractions the meeting of the dub held
A-. habitant of the Island continent, would result in but It U hoped to have the plan with the air bate here has
; Atlantis, which. disappeared beneath closing of the offending summary station. Tuesday night la operation by' the latter' partof created aa acute housing shortage
the wa, the development i Executive Secretary Ted :Reber Elected to serve with Mr. Wets the summer la this are.
l',of agriculture to a degree far be- of the Dade County Rationing were: John Crave, first vice- -
I Pond that we have yet attained,I Bard told ef the proof of violations 'president; 3 C. English, second I. II. S. Commencement Scheduled
{ itI'.b7 a pre-Iacan civilization in Peru furnished ,
by the board
j'. ', and other and vice-president, Jo*. Hickson, Jr., I I
4f f' which recent exploration civilization and rationing explained system to operator 1* a' mean that, the or third Vice-president; C. 1* noisy,I For Night of June on Outdoor Stage

t" excavation have revealed, were assuring each individual a fair secretary, T. E. Kirby treasurer, --
" Cited by Mr Wagner sham of available gasoline LA..Robert, tall twister; and I
Commencement f
Rotary dub member listened Part violations! will be over Sari 3,'Da-rH, !Joe tamer. A. D. exercise e RchaUem Mia Dorothy Sullivan,
'with rapt Interest-and Mr Wag looked,Mr, :Reber said, but future Homestead High School will take Miss Mauls WatU, Matt Ballaro,
nor was invited to retunj. come infraction win .be dealt with, Smith and Jet.. 3,. Norman, Jr, place at s j>. m. June 1 eel the Norman Croat: Roger Glenn, Fred I
di day and 'ttD u* mon" vigorously wttcpocted direotort' fr two Hobart Milton .Hunter :Robert
..., outdoor stage, if the weather
Kuhn, T. O. Raburn, Robert
yean, R. R. Klnard. and :Robert
permits. Principal B. M. Biadman. Spear, doting Jicobtea and Don
I Dr.. C Itoy:AhreD Beliver Address 'I Barfleld One.cf are the holdover most efficient d;reciora.Lions said yesterday. Dona.H. r:
'" JJH annual banquet given by
: At ItefBamTs C nu mmencefnent e 21 dub. jMcretarie*' : ln'tshei' state of : R. Brown'Purchaads
.. R FloridaMrWlfy"wu'returned( : I the junior for. the lenion wflj
' \ ---:-- to 'office for the tenth consecutive be held on the evening of May MIn MeVean Estate u Home
I/, ,Commencement exercise of Palm Methodist churches, and the I year by unaalneuc vtte American teiton.JiIS1. sad the -
s i, Zealand< High School.will b* bM by the Rev Barky Preston B. Bird, chaftman of baccalaureate aenttn will be -Bravo. ef cancels, N. Y,

;-,* .. ,;, 4ariura"at. '*,Haeeday Redland,t_retired mln- the, ;Dad County commission preached at' 5 p. rv Sunday,,May- retired aerator cf a chain of reataufaou -
. :w. -: : DIP!/June'i" J'"*,,* .9' -. shots briefly ea the Wed of additional :JO, in the achool auditonuna.Mambera 1 ,' ha* pHttbaaed tM Me*
*':.r ,t i :;'Ca 1 iW..!Mp1,>.!bai t.ort o1 .*.I.bancl.dlNettd and- Adolf*U-1.by financial tatrOrkt'teGovFrAr support.for ,the ,I.cUa*are-- Mia 01he Betty Ray graduating dark: VM estate; elf Avecad dr,. be-

,' .CSr al B*,..1 Churdr of bCiarnl. pei..'and tile RedUnd Glee Club; DM'son Bob ,Miss Mary JI1III'IImrlt L Mia twead'XMm dam T...... ids
?n 4. ,. I..deIiftr .e-,tbiltJl -eIIti>4U Jlrtetiil by."Mr* H lan4' Itw Blake ef ,West Fab Beach was Hflda .Dodv Miss Mary Lee and plan t* stake It bi*" bom*.
'' \ ''aMrer'asa"Cbu.-C1; .Tttrmet ef Ham, wffl, provide the moste" present In his official capacity frWtua Miss Cnariette Oerenlmo. Until his furniture arrive and
,1' JfceJXateaJ. ekairman of-the Dade The Rcr.,, Marvin T hurphy, and gave 'a abort Inspirationaltalk .' Mia*'' Helen Hooker.I Mia his now hem'I* ready for occu
: county Beard ef PuUrt %ftmuef pastor of the Hemnsstead Pussy an Lions* H* wa accompanied Athley Zero. Mae Mary 'Miatntta ipaAq'lie Bed his brthr-m-law
: Mon, will. presto! 'fh*I diploma tenon (Church", will preach' thebaccalaureate I by Deputy District Governor Mia Dorothy Moons Mil iatar. Mr. Md Mr*. Wm.Thayef .
' ,.". I.ee teMeallea. wig-be. given byRll semen In the aoatada >> L.. Zimmerman of Miami Mbry Roberts, Kim Loi -JIIMill --. of SayvUX and a friend
: '..j.>.....--. ... 10..Rpagee. pike M alt Sunday, *ma c'My Beach, and, Zone Chairman. will. Catherine Hrer, Mtarrancea :Mrs M. Brtdfeman of New Tear,
r i Pe vine, aMt >STtvtr Reynold Rutland' Mia non :wm be guests Avocado Lodge.y ;

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ge Tire . 'HOHESrEADTEADER :AND. ENTERPntSlf.Frida. ,..l\J..1.S.;'14*

..ws -- Lonnie HorM" BWcCedPmidenl .iluFa>EIS"-nta ..'- 8 iiI
"MRS. HOME Frank H. Lindeman Jr. Js'Awarded .
s "Of F. F. A.! At the Mother's Day sWvll

: r OPENS OFFICE Doctor of Medicine Degree at Tulane] 'Lonnie Home1 was elected'president Sunday morning Church at flowers BedlandCMmunlty Wei

-- 'of Homestead Chapter 'Of ,presented to Mrs. Ceo W.'
Frank H. IJndeman, Jr. former slppl last month and la now licensed the Future Farmers of America' ner Sr* oldest mother prej M
OMFIAGLERMr Homestead boy, received a pnctlce In M states.' ate meeting Tuesday W the chapter Mrs J. t Moore youngest mote!
I Doctor of Medicine degree at Tulane At the commencement ceremonies house on N. X ome' ave. San er present, and Mrs, J. Ea n.
University In New. Orleans last.week XranavJr. was Harris -was- made vict-presldent; Bardeleben, moUier of the latent

, i *. Eleanor Fnacher regls- May 1. selected ,II one ,of two graduates Bily Vann, secretary;.Joe Sincere, family.be ..
r toned real estate broker who has His parents, who Jtnoved, toeesburg to.plant the traditional Ivy iIIt reporter; and Fred Cardlllo watch :11I/III/
, 5 keen active la the sate and rental Jrom Homestead about Tulane campus a living caemorJ- dog. A tie between S. O. Wcod settled by vote at the ftV
'Of Homestead- Redland District thirteen yean ago, and' their al to the class of 1343. i and Joe Connor,for treasurer will: sleeting. ..

property for many years, has younger son Jack went to New ." .......
moved her office frrm her residence Orleana for the graduation of the ffmnncxtxKKKiixELEANOR *B talplelttCttCtqs
doctor The senior Frank
on the Federal highway at
Florida City to 99 & Flatter ave, Lindeman will be remembered as
Homestead. the founder -of the Dixie Drug
and former member of the
S The chant has been made advisable a
Homestead council.
. city
on acaount of gasoline restrictions
Following is the account of
Mrs Froscher laid and
she 'nowto located between two the graduation as given by. the
Commercial ; :
boUfls' and the bus station. Lersburg : .\,
"Two and
happy people
A resident of this area for :30year's .
, returned Leesburg from New ':::r' : ,
Mrs. Frosoher. has a thor: <
Orleans this week. Mr. and Mrs.
: ough knowledge of the locationsand ,
( ; ; Frank Lindeman had been to Eectotered
possibilities cf Redland District
Tulane University of Medicine
properties-and she has a REAL ESTATE -
-7 : "' '
. host of friends throughout the there to 'attend the 'commence- ; : \ :

district who she are welcome I ment ceremonies at which Frank .. '. ,\ ' ..4. ,! 'i&
, to use bar office says as I meet- ,H.. Jr., received his degree* of 6. I ,! :r... 1 Broker ... ',.. " ..
I Doctor of Medicine on May 1.
mi place or headquarters wh.ntile"
In Homestesd.Her Young Frank Is a first lieutenantin Formerlylocated-onFederal'Hfghaiay-at Florida.'
are the medical reserve corps and : 'fl City v
office Is In the quarters after one year Internship will en- .- :*. '' ,-. ',-'i .. '* :-H .,'? .
dod formerly plumbing occupied store by, adjoining the the the U. S. Army. ,' Announces New'Off ice Address .
Hotel Seminole, I Franc Jr. la a graduate of
Leetburg High School class of
:183', and received his B. S. degree r i :: ; .

Virgin Mary CrownedAt at Tulane in WO. He, 25 'South' Ave.Next I i|
. Sacre Heart ChurchThe class president 'hUT first rw:1 5 ;1f HOW :. : ;

/ medicine, became member of, ...
Ph Delta (pre-med) frit and Nu : .1
crowning of (the Virgin -. ( Dog; to Hotel Seminbfe' >
Sigma Nu medical fraternity, also .
7 Mary and the blessing of a new '
American flag donated to the a member of the History of Med f ." ...:: )t. .I. ,

! church took place before the nine icine society (40-43). Followinghis I ..
. sophomore year' he Internedat 1" .
o'clock mass Sunday morning at 't" } .
; the Sacred Heart Catholic Church.A the Dade County hospital during .. _'" .! '" f , i 4 ,
the summer of 1141 and the \ .
colorful procession\ moved up following Victoria hospital Outstanding Offerings InListings Large and Small
the main aisle of the church as summer : ,
in Miami. He received his ,
: the choir directed by Mrs. Chas. I "

., Pope Fairest", sang. Taking"Bring! part Flowers were: of Frank the surgical hospital In internship Detroit. at He Henry passed Ford the Groves, Homes and: City ';* City, and Rural, SolicitedProperty

Alogna, Philip Springer, Noel medical examination in MlsslsMmcs .
) *
: Steffanl and Alan Kent, pages; or APPLICATION FOR r : 1 ) , and. Needed r'
TAX ..
. Mary Margaret Chafer flower DUD I' : : ; : ; : : '' f
Mt MMTNrtlM .
, girl; Helen Bassols, crown bear |> bony dm that Irn Oi..... ; I" ,
; n" Josephine! Alogna, May queen; =: erlawn at 111-.Maw Draws .. ,.,:,.. f:',; \ ii i Jit.! .4.)4!; '" .t"": .. ., . ., ". '." i.
.. Tu >, CvnUlMto ., J t' '
t sued '
four .e ,; .J '
servicemen, of whom \
n. hued tin IM Mr of Awt, A. '. < ,
D'j ; : ( ; .
bore ,. : : /7.'T
the flag: members of the 117 ku filed MM idwUflnM* ta :. /
Holy Name Society; and Acolyte inn.. M4....... *MM uvllaUMl Ul I "
dons U
8. John tract and rather Ml.chsel .... IkMm.... .hi_MMIM_ with. "
NIxon ......laW....c-If..... _. ..-DM... get.MAY .. :. :;);:,"Clients :[ 'ea8eiMiJLi8i..otErend>< ,.. .' ". *

A wreath of gardenias'' was C4MWV.% 1IoII FIorWatt.JI :'" sK or. Nw' = -v :'. <:: :. -. / ;: '. :
placed on the statue of the'Virgin ,lwJt, k.I. ., Nw '> : : :
) ., : : '
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and Father Nixon offered prayer IIW% M atlnwa N.Ta.n.h4. II 11,411. / . . . ,- ? 'JT
for Church members serving with Ita_ .1 x.N..nukJ.e 00 ..ere.w. : ,
the armed forces and blessed the .wa. or.r 1w Florid., ie..ud, hi Dtd. cs.te. RES.PhOne.626R'.T' . . : ... Office'Ph6ne2154. ir'i.

b" TIlt .asst. .f new .r0e.ne .Lr
the memo ... .-.* .., : 1
At the close of the 'ceremony, of v .u9os lev.'r-"i.i.-C.slfl s. .K.H v. -p..Oj-Box'SOT.-.Homestead,Florida
Miss Helen Qolembeskl sang the be .adem.d MwHIu M te tan mln
national anthem rill w.e tberem s ale eta :, .r '....I
A seta
'Dial IkW Kk .., r* V... A. D. .*... I

Winter Resident Dies I I Clerk:. B. LCATHERMAH.of Clrrah Court.ci I .

.... a.alDade Cwi"tT "" '* : . .
At Dillard, Ga., Home tt cwt 'I
'r N. C. STEKHrrr. p. c
Word-has been received of the jft.. it. si, ti. JUM. d. Ifta.) teYRe3tlt3tJt7/3t7t7tYtJt7t3t7tXt3fkReu. : : t e tyeeaeaineuee- 't3Retiee..sa.eA3t_ !titi.intrsiL as..e*_

death on Apr', 30 of H. H.
Vaughan, winter visitor in Homestead --

for the past 20 years, at his [IF -
home in Dillard Ga. Mr. and Mrs. des w
Vaughan had spent several

months here this winter,' and had REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZERS
left for their home early' In 'April.

Mrs Elisabeth Zimmerman

eeusin of .Harold. Irving, Virgil
and Don Lyon of Homestead, died '

May I at her home In Lansing, ; ; l' .
Mich. Mn. Zimmerman was the : : ." : ,. .
liter tt Mn. Clara Stead who I '' : ,. : ; .

IPI nonet CIt her or winters APPLICATION in Homestead.roe ;> ':': ,.;( :/ ., .Consult l us'.aboiut' ''your.:=\fertile ,:require i, f \\.t :, r i

.Matter 11"t--ley' TAX bath., Ml. rtW' .-1,.. ments for the coming.yeart. ',1- ,, ...... .- , .-" =1} .: .,
woncK: is KuuE r GIVEN flat j.... .1 ; ;, : .. .. .-.1.. ,
ties-t. IMMM .< aw..d CM* TU .l.K A"l | . .. ,, .
; . .
kw MM heal the M. fey W } ; ( .r : I \' : .

:J A.4.d.D... -lie hr Oak 10..d.llsU k.. IIM MM. In tee.: : .. .':' 7:' .J:.' .:Due'to.'governmen 1t regulat 1 md $hort '".:: I : : > .

= ...... = thus.MM,..-.. Nerlh.d 0- .' . .,. ., . .. ." : t rfjlW14i I ,

"KSSi'r : tee- ,.I C.tw. .. ..... ..seer 't : ages b r several waterials :we' will:not be'..aJeJo ;.: ;; :. < :

ie" R .. r
at:' ..::tI."C, \ . .t .__ ..
.f t4, male., Fl.rkl.- 7iUN '

dean"file....rwealot.. MTUrVMt *saw W hi--"to ice. Mm odes* ell . ,make ALliof:our regular iaturr3s.: Butwe.-will l .r!: ,rI' ., "

Amewthw.I.wiinn5 UrilM-.,iU."' .t to h oittItIN.*MM-to*.U"un* ...W Sea nl htddseat .. : :, i do:our best. to :supply:&,'bear a
theCases H..dear ..u.. ._ . .

sto MI.w..aofJ.5.,164elks hr ., Just, ..... { { . :-: : .-;:, ... .

Mod ......._.. LSATMFRUAN... .1 Chess O..e NLeM < ,. you, will. need. ?: ?:: : ':, ,: ;: ' : ,. -, "

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CA.... IS.*T M.N. o.n'rucrrpea.r li IS/al

"Or. Leonard W.j Haakla Florida East Coast Fertilizer- Co.

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/ I Telephone 1,_ 'FRANK "-.' RUE; .Manager teat; Fla.Pa .
|M ... t. "V* ML, Miami. 0%. ,
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Friday May U. 19-13 HOMESTEAD LEADER f

Hughes was a
Waynesburg College :
Graham the former !
: In and Around Eleanor Williams ;

MrsTpT .
U and 1
,Evansville. Jnd.
Homestead of lr. and Mn. I I.
' Lt. Ryan returned :;
r days age and Mrs
rt! leave on .Monday.
... unI
t I Mr and Mrs J. H. Fisher of I The Rev. Robert H. Spear, for Mrs. Ruhr I
I Phoenix ArU and Mr. Fishers mer pastor of the Homestead Rat visited several day
. aister, Mn. Uda Sparkman of arena Church, has entered evangelistic the home of Mr. I
Miami, spent Tuesday in Homestead work and la holding a Kitchen. \
i /" For a number c t yean Mr. meeting this week at Lake Mary
. and Mrs Fisher and their three Cecil Stuart who
daughters made their horn hen! Mr. and Mn Albert Peterson guest of his
f U a N. W First it I[left Wednesday for their summer sister, the Rev. and I
,( home In HendersonviUe, N. C.. Hastings, left ,
:", Lawrence Pope, Wm. J. Ceronifhno I They plan to return about the home of his parents : I
E. J Norman, Jr. and Wally middle of October. ten, S. C, for a
h are attending the annual I I before before going
\., state convention the American I Mrs. Clifford J!. Gould who has I
f Legion in Jacksonville. been visiting her husband, ; :
Gould, at the Homestead MaJ'j' FLORIDA :
Jjj Mrs. R. E. Sherard had her ton- II Court, will return on' Monday to .
B* Warrem I I :
alls removed at James Archer Birmingham. i
Smith Hospital Tuesday morning :
and war returned to her home on Mn. James L. Bird who formerly .1 Jack Rhodes of : I
Wednesday wtrked 1n the often of: was a guest Sunday I
I Brooker Lumber Co. is now .employed -I mother, Mrs. E. J,
Mn. Lela Cantley; tf Georgetown In the quartermaster dl.I : !
S. C, and her ton, Bobby Allen at the Homestead air base Mrs. C. B. Cook I
arrived last week to make their i Cook of Brenford,
home with Mr. and Mn. Virgil I Wednesday to visit
Mr and Mrs J. H. Nave who '
Lyon brother-in-law and sister have been occupying the home of'' :
; of Mn. Cantley. Mrs Cant'ey Joe Stanley of Ke
Mn. Ruth Scott on N. W. Hthst.
small daughter, Betty, has been left last week for their horn ited his mother, Mrs. :
J, here since late winter when Mrs. In Mountain City, Tenn. Mrs ald, several days last I
'"> Lyon visited In Georgetown and !
Scott who has been living In an r
brought the child home 'withfi Mr. and J.
apartment In the home-if Mn
: her. Mrs. Cantley la employed at Peter Johnson, has returned to Mr. and Mn. R. E. I
*.J Homestead Field. her own residence.. Nina Brandenburg .
\ ....l.- by, and Mn. Jas
Miss Eunice Walker, sehlrr at ami, Mrs. Lula Free I
,, Irving Lycn has returned from
Florida Southern College and
I Longview, Texas, where he hat
daughter of the Rev. and Mn. C. .
been employed.Mrs.
N. Walker of Socrunv Fla. visited
Homestead friends recently whileon
a short visit to Mr. and Mn Ansel Barrow and Mn
WIn. McMichaet In Miami. Miss Eugene Towen will leave May 19
Walker is serving as laboratory for Little Rock Ark., where their !
assistant for a chemical plant In husbands are stationed in the
Mulberry. ,Mn. Walker ls teach army,
ing school In Kathleen and her I
youngest daughter, Carol, Is a Mrs. Jack Ga wad y underwent
sophomore at Florida Southern an operation at Victoria Hospital
College. Mr Walker was pastor of In Miami Tuesday.
i the First Baptist Church of Homestead 1oL"P.
.. for'many yean.' Orin Warren of Pompano It '. Q* r> *
4 new guest 'of his brother-in-law and uses,
"'1' Mr. and Mrs.'J. K. McClung and sister,Mr. and Mrs. Dexter' Smith. .... .>
family have moved from 81J( N J-I'
',".W, First are? across the street, ( Capt and. Un.c, L,',Martin .... ...
'"4. '.t :.tbt) toimer reaidence'of'Miss *ill leave today 'for. Chicago .. .
Zauns(Shields "whlrtjflh jr have where.,Mri:.Martin ,will be treated .. ,': "
bought and,'have '*stitect.to.re.o: ; by specialists.1' They have nat ':' t
model ". ed their.heme on"Redland rd.'to
Chaplain Kavanaugh A. Loy of
Mfa..MalOl\ Roberts of Redland Homestead Field. h
received a cable.Sunday from her
husband teJlJ.na.of his safe arrival Mrs. Donald Hughes of Pittsburgh ;
In North Africa where he will and Miami Beach visited !
"engaged in war construction Monday at the home of Mr. and
work. Mn. Casper Williams. Mnwt .
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:.. Fag e Four HOMESTEAD LEADER ANn ENTERPRISE "Friday, May U, 19U:

!1 1 J:2.K" 'Z::'WA T.. : 7:2: Play Date Is AdvancedAs : I RURAL FIRESContinued said. Fire for burning trash r-.;;
HOMESTEAD LEADER Lead Goes to Army lint under'wanh pot should...., ,
way be mad In a bare open
\ AND ENTERPRISE Our ( from Page One) ac away from building or Inflammable

1 ro-w r ufea Men\ in Service Became Fred Hobart, Homestead effort to fight fire more efficiently materials. Cigars
senior was to leave today I I IID butts, of course, should be eating.
P-bilked fuses a If.......... FIe. for Camp Standing, the senlof- ulihed before being thrown '
IV A. sank Dada ralll''"".... co..a.r. some case, fire teen to "
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fr way.
junior play, Toot aIdled- .II.have been deliberately vet Mr.
r ulitd for thin evening, wu presented Greer said, but In most Instance'(1 Th theory that MM of the
.EN ARCESIlpnw6q4 Loaners Hear From Son tart night In the N vt 'they apparently were started by tint might h vri>rjflnited from "

w< UltorMAUOIIII After 6-Month Silence King Cooper School auditorium. :trash fires which got out of burning clgaret or cigar iuttstoeeed '

LEACI AKOOCB Fred, ton of Mr*. Mary Hobart, I bound or by burning clgaret J out by crewmen of Military
....... 1411.. was leading man la the play. H* i thrown along the,plane has been ',advanced by
ha been active la school attain o'm County Commissioner Preston B. 't!
1 MART n.RELt DICKINSON Mr. and Mr*. Max Loaner yesterday roadside similar
: M.tH sad lototrUBKBtrnON received the first letter and Jut year wa president of earnestness. One fir of such or.In !- \Bird. Army spokesmen report this I
they have had In six month from the student council. between Richard rd. and as possible but not probable as
t . (
I their son, Pfc. Monroe Lomer. It I Waldln dr, burned for three days ,military regulation prohibit the
PATES had been written May I In North Clayton (Red) Camber,'technician before it wa extinguished, h* throwing of burning clgareta
i h Ita4t County I am. Ktoi I am, Hriv I from plane.
Africa has been made
seaman second -
I ... .,.... said.Seven
oulrld, ee n.. career i -.., 'I."; Pfc. Loaner, who Is serving with class In the aeronautic department or eight grove have been .....,.....06..........sea........-
: .1 _. si...t i f. MJ*. an armored tank division wrote at the naval air station seriously damaged by fir line

that his outfit, after It left !nI. In Lake City Christmas. As an added protectionto Your Dates
blood. .. e.Nad .... -.II .stew land had been In constant action the area, I relief truck mannedby

A 11 earth_..la... 1.11.FIotWo at, made the ear 1151.ram sat, a.k. warth and this mid It Impossible for Pvt R. N. Centner hat been Cliff Gossman has been stationed ., With Uncle Sam M

k. 60 .. 1.,. him to write. Since the army was transferred from Lubbock Tex.. on Halnlln dr. ....................................
clearing the Axis I cut of hesaid to Wright Field. Dayton, O., wherehe Person should not start fire '
his perenuVould"r"I I I* serving In the testing and without permit, Mr. Greer said I SUGAR: Stamp IS good for +qj
Embers pect their regular weekly letter research division of the photography but h* pointed out that permits five pound through May 31.
from him. department. may be obtained free of charge !
COFFEE: Stamp 23 good for
t By Annie Mayhew Fitzpatrick With his fetter 'he enclosed a' e a from bin or from Frank Irwin, through 30.
1 one pound May
The hearth lire Is the hetrt-beit Mother's Day greeting to Mr*.i Sgt. Hardy Mill ot Camp grove patrol deputy sheriff who s
t of the"notne. Loner. Hawse, Tex. visited his parents 'lives In Homestead. Due to the FUEL OIL: Coupon I valid UU

The sky may be Its roof the I Mr. and Mrs. A. L. MJla; several gas shortage, person are not required Sept. 30.GASOLINE.
I ground the floor. In the soldier's knapsack and can day last week. to make their application I : A-coupon S good
: A fire, I cookpsn and a coffee pot be administered by himself or I :in person but may do so by tele for three gallon through July 21.

If you own these, you'r not completely another soldier Cot French stat A. T. Davis, pharmacist': mate phone.It .
simple, common sense precautions SHOES: Stamp 17 (in augsrbook
poor ed. Another factor which ha had : third class, U. S. ,N. I* now in are taken, the number ) good for one pair until
similar miraculous result I* the
!i Man builds t roof t* shelter from San Francisco. of fire In the area can be greatly June 16.BLUE.
much-publicized blood plasma. .
the rain I decreased and much
\ Improved method fit treating naluable STAMPS: G, H, and J
: Then add four will, torn. win' Pvt. Richard L. Wallace ha* property saved, Mr. Greer aid.
burn are not only saving livestit valid through May 31.
.. dow and I door. been transferred from Kessler "The safest time to start a fir
And then to make his cubicle also a lot of suffering, he: Field M...., to the away air force Is toward evening when the wind RED STAMPS: E, F. O valid
new mold-drug,
complete, a gunnery school at Tyndall Field' his died and when the family ls through May 31. H valid from ,
; H* get tome planks and mike "penclllon", his effected cure Incases Panama City, Fla. at home to watch the flame" he.May 1' and J valid May ZJ.pert. 1. '
of overwhelming blood-
: himself floor
poisoning. .
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The wall hold nothing In-.keep Mobile X-ray machines, poesl- t f
nothing out ble of being Installed In the field

i f.-I That would not of Itself as gladly I within thirty minute and withhandgenerated D
stay. power, locate bullet
The spirit of the home you can 1 and shrapnel so It I* unnec. 'td ''mill x.
not bind ....r' to take a wounded soldier: c

Nor can you drive It willfully beyond the battle are for an operation

away.Material Skin gritting Is more scientific -
today because of th* use
( things may be destroyed of the Padgett dermatone machine
I or moM.! that cuts an even thicknessof
Or be outmoded quickly at a wink skin that Is to be grafted. Defects e.
The tire upon the hearth may and malformations are repaired

blaze, die down by plastic surgery and fat,
Becoming ish-strewn' ember at connective tissues, bone cartilageand
flame Ink. nerves ire resdjuited or are

) But when 'your .$irit tires Of this transplanted from tbelr Immediate !
earth neighborhood or from a distant
location. Injuries to Jaws are yx
And long rel"tial1'01m1 afar to
roam, repaired through the'skill of den

With your list breath you'll make tal officers.
those ember live Finally there 1* the advanced
knowledge of physicians and turgeons. -
And whisper not, "Farewell"but"Going
home1. skilled In the latest methods -
of therapeutics and surgery,
In both of which well nigh snag
Soldiers Safer Thanfvitlans Ical progress his bee made since!

( the last war, Col. French. declare rt
Today's sdldier In the U. 8. Army
has better health and a higherlife NOTICE OP AW ICATtOH FOR

expectancy than his comradesIn 1/e/r.TArb KKFBCkwtor of Ml. tilt A-SfSI
I the sam age group back homeIn NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai Maw
civilian life, according to Cot Tin J.-araM Jr.. tmUfr Censer Tu CwttflnM No. 1IOM t.wl UMttt
Sanford W. French, chief of the *M of Julr. A. DIW.. >>" '".* .""
medical branch, headquarters hi mi flttr. aid kui .. ..40 apliratlae tw R
dad to M Weed 1-. Bard
of the Fourth Service Command. Cwlllkttonto... Nbra.ft the 1s1tewinr describe

Preventive methods have mad' :: pvapprw..Ida. :.wlttteat the Ova-Is or 0.d.. ewe This man was taught, riot,fo+ drink, wafer ;
service men Immune 'from sever .. Stark I. Carr Park, a a.
al of the diseases which previously eel, Visa hank .. Pas. 14. In 1M I
Gasp .f state of Florida.no .
ran rampant through armies. s..rrnt d said mad" .
For Instance, h* pointed out, tet- Jaw the new sh.Hoaa..-atlnNIe was II the "Pas ."' 1 TNHIMKING WATER IS SCARCE. Noflfl'Afrka. HUM**, tofit, feoeiUoet.BMkej aft,

anous toxold shots are given to unl--.a4 a.ettr1.... .Ana he ........ *- Aavl what* thai la, I* Utety 5be Lhlate.Nocasks.liocola s cod i6ewias gvairal -
there U no longer any fear of ...Nana will w.....wld.. 1M MM Moontr the hkh..t_15144.bad. bad. la a Is....pattu
lockjaw, while a typhus fever serum ..w Carl Ufm toot se the tint 11II_ '
***ure* Immunity from the fey In lea, ..nth ., 1_.. 14S, wklrkW It So before our soldiers landed here, dip 8ml like SMberM taking annyamrfcarsUMkort.eWartk

plague which formerly destroyed 110.Ttk...ear tab W*Mk,_day IM 0< .Avrfl. 14*. ..were.- sij.s way.(rasa, wet r:' A dash of /. And thar'a
thousand Yellow fever shot B. B. LtATHMMAN.rwk Iodise'.M their'diteUag water same) Ve rig**" A.arica. Soldiers at* (i* tin.fad, w('

proved to effective that 'not a tIMe c..t.ctmtt.... Fur"C-arf. 'double purpose of disiatacdag k, add =along aeesesjafrpee; fces..M 4 to I* tae wand,.

single cue ha been reported and. {Ohm* Court By now N.
typhoid fever case are Infinite* (..... IS. a*. Mar t, 14. lt4S .; .* law* mont, that a* help fir lot k,***ry
Imal u compared to thos In other II'the dew IBboriUadc1 la AfrkaherMlees '
.MefaeaaMI jkMMbae]. !.% el Ws teMMto
wars, due to new sanitation ill iaaaa
tot Pam la sale, p.epfddnaka Uad lea dews, War *W.
1 method, ;
Life-saving drug, developed War beds an a swell Uiaamaa They .
tine the last conflict, ar* carried I_ _.f"/ The ,.btorlte ,...,.,.. '......k k Weaoaeie.lel Per PM beck Ie lit *"*T II.. Sere ns WON .


It you mean t* buy that

r0 Home .l Your 'Owtt,' dGft't..- .. .SAVE.WITH U5. WAR MNBS I. : .

a lay. Residential realty U movIng ) WrYMV AT LEAST, m

-.Advancing. Bargains, till ,, ( EVERYBODY RY ... ,f .
r' oit'' our list?soon will .be ont \ -':

r the market or out of __. In I (. .\ ) ,
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10 all probabUity. Thrift and wisdom W1I j .

tkS ,, both say- '?hen. sluing
RED : .

es1 t , This,'. .,....advertisementl.... | a contribution. Iia'Amerlca'i An-Out'Wee, "Effort..by* *..? t aS

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; II. 1943 HOMESTEAb LEADER AMD ENTERPRISE : ,-\1" '. "Pue Fhr

" -"UIlIIImnUlllllfilnmllmnf" WM home in \ ",-." w. M. U. District RaDy I of Gould* spoke m "Frtendi- .. r

1 "The Rev. R. W. Merrill . Down Under" and talk were t
united In matrimony . Miss Eddie b Held in HomesteadW. I made by Mrs. C. 0. Robertson

20 Years Ago SJmmpn: and Robert Hobson Plcha.Mr A. E. Paul and Mr. T. D.. Sure it's fan 10 Chat! i

'.1 "W. R. Crow and children and M. V. representative cf The Sunbeams the Junior sod I

Iles f real=I : ... see teal VWr..e.w- Mr. and Mr*. N. J. Meyer left for Gould Perrlne and Homestead Intermediate Girls Auxiliary and' !

., ,.t::.""'- toklUko4 tko"". le 11% an extended trip along the east Baptist churches held a district the Y. W. A, were represented on
1M -- ... coast.* rally Tuesday afternoon at the the program with songs and reed
an n. .... willi.... es.I1i1.1flUlllllIu1lllli1 First Baptist Church of Home ing,
::r' "Richard Huff 1* the printer1 stead.. i iPunch I
t devil at the Enterprise." and cookie were served.:
!IE Mr*. J. Tom Vann presented aprogram Red and white cut flower were
The first M. E. Church
In which Mrt. J. U Clark used In the decoration
fA telegram wai received to the I has purchased a new portable

I effect tblt M. H. Hogard, one of motion picture" and stereopticon

tht pioneer* of South Did, bad projector. .

i fcaued. away it Sulphur Springs, "In making one of the tests

; Ark, after a short siege of pneu- for first class Scout John Tower

plonla.. and Edwin Caplinger walked from .1UPR001p7TT1

IE"Mr: and, Mrt. Tom Harris will Homestead to Blackpolnt and return
a distance of
1 leave Saturday for Ocala and seven miles
eavh . .
[from there will go to GeorfU.Tha . ." way
"Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Sullivanare
wedding of WM Miry celebrating the birth of a Not i failure in ten years;

I Hole . and W. H. Sheffield . nine-pound ton on Apr 28." ,
I took Place In' the II. E. Church "Mr*. R. r. Albury recently entertained ) 32 placed in April .
Eat Florida City Saturday evening
la honor of the
fatl.S; .dtlock. The church was of her daughter, Florence birthday. ." j lut-lata
[ beautifully decorated with rows "Mrs. Sherman ,
Ward entertained The majority of those placed
J and lilies of the valley . The
. in honor of Hiss Basis NM-lsti l t6IfJ
altar wu covered with pink from HtIp
Campbell's birthday. . had no previous training; not one
|f and Barter lilies. The Lyons

I brothers orchestra: rendered two nr THE rotniTT jprxjir ('(WilT INl in school as long as five months. de+rrllovfotYhadWti /i
AND FOR DAD' roIlNT' rl.O.ID4.
i pieces followed by a solo by Mrt.I IN

I W. R. Crow . The meld of honor .d t. .. ESTATE PROBATE: OF .. f. WEBB. .... rJ M k'l pleasant to tilt!
MUa Catherine Sheffield, wore
[ KOTICi TO CIKDITOM I Cash in the with Triads tfce .
[ pale blue canton crepe and thbrldes..ld. To Afl Cmlltoro u4 AU PorwM Korli on good things aver telephone,

I MlM Jacqueline Ed- Claims ..r 0...... Against sow blow. 11 : "M M it was pleasant ta fib
You .d web of of life while is The US.
Swardwore changeable peach aWeaae....... SrSSSSI pay high. theM loaf Sunday arreraooartdea
'colored .
taffeta. Both girls carried
Mar here e..ieet theate eI B. P. needs you. wiea we M platy .ltire
\ (Colonial" bouquet The bride'i w.... late of IJodo Ceeety.
1 +eoiturne was of white crepe meteor JI\orid.;, d.nhd Ho.. W. P. 1110._.' and pioCee.

n ', trimmed with lace and she OK County.._Judge In hit W Deb offing Cen"In tko,. end UH.M/file lilt social ails m.t ta .

(carried white roses and lilies o f Courthouse la D.4* C .ntr, ........., See us for summer rates. dled
.. MM local
the valley. Chu. Clinton was beat I" ohrtit Mlmtar mo>Uu tea the date aver tame
of UK .
| man . and Stuart Shields anClarence d .101.* **llrH Wade pt4.llr.Uo to seeable hewn the. IOM Bald telephone facilities M war ttlk.

; Sheffield were usher. addss of tM 8101at "A he lie sews There h i definite limit ta the '
to std pr. ntd .. ., .
The two flower girls little Helen will he ........ ana .--.... I"or of name the STANLEY BUSINESS COLLEGEMae .mbtr d call that facilities
jfl. hnun and Marie Hole, wore 1622 Paulette Aot.
lUrened In blue Date April ITlk. A. O. 1141. al handle at the um time
white with and
pink ribbons and carried basketsof MARY A. amliibtniMr I. WEBB tl lb. Morris Bldg. N. Krome at 3rd St I and wbea more Cilia are mida 3

[ pink roses. Dr. Melvin Hole of UM o.mio of a. r
. wow dews" some must wiit.
[five the bride away. . Don _. I
Homfy for AdmlnUlnlrli With telephone tpm at
.l *The May day celebration at tint ,......._ on Mir. trti. l.... aq
burdened with
: I already war calls,
the Redland Athletic Vidd waame
of the biggest event of its 1 fton-enantial calls may delay;,

j Hind ever held In South Dade necessary calls, M we an requasrins %

t,." ; your volenfary C04

"A reception of welcome to the: .< operation to reduce unnecessary

new Florida City) pastor and Ulli .
'wife, the Bev. and Mrs. O. M. (

I freeman, wu given. .t the church I 0..... Under normal' condirio we

IT?:' would expand our facilities N i
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/ R. Devil "arvlrtamlly left' / : : Car far the increased vehtaMf .
| toe extended. trip to their for- ., . .. ItI' caBi bet we cannot do that

i Monet or' APPLICATION roe TAX I. .. :;,..-.... ., now bacaasf the needed materials

ill*, n.,7-DEKOChoptor Aetr of llll I' art going late was

P11. A-IT4I ... .....
H-tt< b krroor Ices that W. P. A. .
Bah.gas,.. koklor of T.* Certificate N.. .
0". Uw4 the Hk day of J..... A. D. So wo 't yon help by making
JNI. too filed' wen In xr office. cud fewer local cab? And whoa
kM au4o ippllntkn for a tea oW4 to I
be .Y.wd it a. sold e.rtlfkw ..e mutt make '
call .
t w.
bee... tko fallowing 4oMriDo4 Pw.e.t, iron
[ 9.,11 is the Coonkr of D4t. auto ef '....1.... ye*) pleas try to fAtka at a*

,' Trod II. Block t. Miami Iii4 a) sfcort at possibIeP
[i ftnotopamrt Co.'. luMltbloo. Plot
If Hook ATOM l0. I. UotkHi. '0. Tow*.
L.; Ohio SI _... ...... M ..... (on.v .
| mining, It ..... awe or h... lathe
R'" Ooiiktp- of Dado ante of FlorfcU.i SOOTBLRDBEUTaEPIODEMJ
i Tko ...._I of uM proporty mulor t''
the mid oorUflooto VM .. tho MM oft 4
mmUPB comp
\ Ota C. Tolman.pat. ,'
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Mid Itloale shall he r d..m.ad :r
I needles to. Uv, tko proporto 4ojori- ? ........"..
d I th.Ma will ko mild to tile ktaktot. k(4- to e'er "S
j **r M tko egad kovjo dose oo the first ti
i Monday a tile mouth of h.... INS, wkkktho : .
+ b. rib 4W of J.... !.*.. \
lie..< this 4th oar of II.,.. I Ml.f : 1J.JC MOTICI'br AP".Il'ATlOIf fOIl
a. aVLBATIIEailAM.: TAX "Ito
.. CIO* of Coort. Nt .....
i Dade outs. -........ sc. t.iR'.nail' BtOTlCK 1* OLIN .
I Clrrolt oases a>ojEFtincra 1 r ..... 0. L. Pototot krioW K'Y.OMtnx :1.:
tit N.u ImUJm. Do Co j ...,J ot Mtoori Too CMWtaw kllvkoro4 ll'l'
ttLy t. : I .
fjJ: 4Mr4 the Ilk day of JMO. A. D. INT. ban
Iliad saw ..dah. Is of sift... eel gar {
"' .. It'! .e" sNUat5e bore" Ie aenarbena with ..... aoM Mr.ItfUoH .
1 MlktoMl tko following 0."HI.4
) ./ attested at Die C.oout.: n,r.
,....,.. '
Lot IT. Moot nerd
i// "itisTeg: ghis9d t..fM.E :! ........t M"j et Cadet -,..temiiAl'S Mooon ut Ao', Plot Book .. r o4t.to.tho
0 ''tap of ulna/. C.OMT .t.
... be" ...., of ftorIoIo.
; The mm--.et of said property *oj4otoorUflMH
w saw a.dNh.a bud w. .. W
4 4AD41CS \ \ memo
... eI v.._.. user. SAW pkolllow.
to 1 ''+' lie -. -.. .e tee and
.'. ; i' Will Mew OA-0 M MO *... day of *UAI.
w .r : 401 A. D. i.
.. -r. Dated ebb Ilkh "r of a'Oft. a. e. ..... ,
Paitt fIf.-nerd.sell UfV.Wt ;.,. a. LtATUiaiiAX.:
cIooII of ClrooH COM*,
It. YM eta set a .f tk Do*. comity Pieties, '
(1.1 tory
. Ie....... (aft a..U.
r Codes.' you Haea. at" I *r M.if. STtmisTr. D. Q
:. A (A... to. M. Mar 1. 14. IM1II
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.r j j. very family's funeral CIOI
( '' '. ., --. .. For Ir..e

.ozparse .. f>
.' advice, services, prove of ..definite j I CAB SERVICE

'';;., with aid.this Talk funeral your 'need directing ever '?:?: Brooker Lumber Co. : a4 raaaM gains

establishmentfreely We will '
:f':, be equally free with-:- practical ,..i "'r Homestead, Fla., Telephone 62

adelly.Tidr J PRONE 9108 or 389
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;y. Funeral' Erne see the iiN..w. its Jf43 etlttfat-.64 to;FREBt BOanSTKAD CAB SlaTICIF. [

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i Page Six HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE' >h"Frfda1\Iay; U, 1842r :

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;, mmmmm Social, in South Dade . . 4S



the engagement of Mba Virginia I (
Delaney, former Redland girl now I "

living In Orlando la reprinted I Florida was the them of decorations ed. Donald Gnfe and Karl Greer
I from an Orlando paper"Announcement :
\ f'f 1* made today and favors at the Junior !offered toasts to the Underclassmen

of the engagement of Mill Virginia senior banquet of Redland High and to the Junior sponsor,

Louise Delaney, daughter of School which was held Friday and Bruce: Wagner and Clarence \1

.t Mr. Earl Delaney and the late evening In the Green Lantern Gray responded. A song "F.,.- ..
Mn. Delaney of Bolivar, Mo., to Restaurant at Coral Gables. well. Seniors", was sung by the s
\ Pvt. Carl Nelson Watts, U. S. M. Orange blossom and other native underclassmen. ?

'. Cq ton of Mr. and Mr. Carl flowers were used effectively After dinner there was dancing 1
Watt of Amhent, Mass. about the room The favors in the patjo.
I w "Mis* Delaney la a graduate of were white memory books with
Members of the senior class
Redland High School In Homestead gold tassels and gad pencil Th.beok' are:
Miss Avis Bitting, MUM Lena Belle
and Is at present bookkeeper cover bore a palm tree de
Bond, Miss Elvira
for the lime Crumble Broker- sign. Inside were listed the Junior Burry, Miss .
Faye Campbell Miss Lily Mae f
and senior class rolls the faculty,
j age.'Pvt Campbell M3s Frieda Engel Miss
Watts attended Amherst the program and the menu. Ten
n Ivy Mae Fulton, Was Ruth Hiner
School la of ,
High and a graduate pages were left blank for autographs -
Stockbrldge School of AgricultureIn and "memories". Place Mill Martha January, Miss Thel-

; Amhent. He was connected cards also carried out the Florida ma Johns Mill Margery Murray,
f' Miss Bertha Rosborough Miss Lucille r
with the U. S. Department of motiL
. Agrloulure before enlisting In Sage, Miss Teenle Torbert,
Special guests were CountySupt.
i September, "42. He I* now stationed Miss Barbara Williams: Forrest
'. t" and Mrs James T, Wilson, Burk Richard Hlckson, WalterKufeldt ;
I In Quantlco, VL Mr. and Mr R. P. .
I Terry Mr.and
Herbert Lunn, Ii
"No date has been let for the
: Mn. D. E. Bashor
and Mr.
Lopez, Terrance Myer, Frank
but plan will be "
wedding announced -
, and Mrs. Robert MacDoneU. Mr. Panno
; Walter Rutzke, Frank Or-_ M
\ : :.r Y later Terry I* a member of the county ificl, Calvin Wood end Francis
school<< board and Mr. Bashor and Prothero,
:1 Mr. MacDoneU
are trustee of
,,:. WITH BIRTHDAY DINNERA Redland school. "Members of the Junior class are:
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Miss Verna Fay Anderson Moss,
It' .. surprise birthday dinner Earl Greer, president of the Jchhnle Lee Andrew, Miss Lydia -
,, ..it.I. for Min Martha January was Junior class, made the
t I address of Borgardt Miss Alva Lu De-
given Monday evening by Miss
I welcome after which
Garmo Miss Tharibo Catoe,
Sue Robinson at the home cf her Win
. LOIS'WALKERk Joined In singing "G'd BlessAmerica"
MISS parents, Dr. and Mn. Carl F. Kate Gautier, Min Ruth Gosnell.
Prayer was by
Was Verniece Coolsby, MissRosemary
The Rev and Mr.*. C. N. Walker the International Mineral and Robertson. Miss Peggy Jean O'Brien. Miss
Hennlngton, Miss Msraret
\, of Socrun Fla, ire announcing Chemicals Association In Mulber j Coven were laid for Miss Avis Kate Gautier gave a toast to,,> Hllson, Miss Peggy Jean! ..
the engagement of their eld- ry.Cpl [Bitting, Miss Ivy Mae Fulton, Supt. Wilson, to which he madea ,O'Brien Miss Susan Pope, His '11'\
cut daughter'Lois to Boland was graduated from Miss Barbara Williams Miss Fay response. Webster William Vivian Johnson, Miss Dorothy
Cpl. Ralph
Lakeland High School and attended (Campbell and the hostess and toasted the school board; Miss Stewart, Miss Virginia Sage, vsE.
,.Boland of Lakeland and Drew Florida Southern College.He the honor guest. . Rosemary Hennlngton. the school Tommy Yates, Jade Campbell,

I Field, Tampa. has been In .the army; about I After dinner the group Attended trustees; and Miss Kathleen Wagner 'Richard Campbell Lynn Gowdy, ",

; t The bride-to-be spent her girlhood four months. the theatre. the faculty. Appropriate re- Donald Grate, Karl Greer, Kenneth a; ;
in Homestead where her ponies were made by Mr. Terry, Greer,'Robert Jensen Wayne '..

father .was pastor of the First I MISS WANDA THOMPSON TO BECOME BRIDE Mr. MacDonell and Mr, Wagner McMUllian Richard Prothero Carl ;:
I l' Baptist Church and her mother Verniece Goolsby lav. "At the Sprlngfels, Ulric Vlhlen Webster 'a r
; was a member of the county! I OF AIR CADET MATHEW :TORAYA IN JUNE Crossroads", a poetic farewell tothe Williams and Carl Wagner. Two ii'

r school board. seniors and Jack Campbell boy of the clan Otis Snellgrove 'Ji.":
She I offered a toast to the graduates, and John McLaughlin .,serving
via 'graduated from Home I Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Thompson man. WhIle' going to school> inifiaml ;
t stead High School and from Stetson of Bedlund announce the engagement the has been employed to which Francis Prothero. president with ,the' marine'and l the. army,' .

.l University In' DeLtndu then 1 1 of their daughter Wan part time for thY-past two yean of the- senior clan, respond. respectively. < r /
i pent a year In graduate work ail da Mildred, to Air Cadet Matthew In the business 'department of .
the University of Alabama from of Hollywood Burdlne'
Raymond Toraya i' ;
J which she received a Matter of..Beach, Fla, and Barre, Vt CadetTorayo, son of Mr. and / ,: \!' ... .
: I' I
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Science Last the ;
rear. j| Tentative plan are being mad Mrs. Ramon Torayo 'vf Barre, I* .'..... . .
: taught physics and general ad- '
4 for the to"take
"' wedding placeat t graduate of Barre'High School ;
Mice Lakeland: HUh School and the home In June, after I 'TU. .
I Thompson and left college to Join the navy. ,
this is chemist for
Z serving u
i Tear
the of Mia '
graduation Thompson He was chief pharmacist' agate '
t ;from Miami High School, .t Opa-Locka Naval Air Station ; ; ;rr':::
: !ALL t\ T. A. OFFICERS I The bride-elect daughter of '
.' r a before .he volunteered .for aviation. lack DIXIE. Howard
I South Dade family, wasborn Jokaaei :
h1k .. .
Air officers of the Redland P. T. la the oldest house In Red- ""'-- .
:%t. have been re-elected land, home of her maternal grandparent PRESBYTERIAN CLASS ,tfi
\ & Mn. A. L. Campbell I* president *, Mr. and Mn. C. A Oo g. II GIVEN BUNCO'PARTY-
; Mrs. Cbas Hennlngton first The younger adult flail of the Phases It and .IU ,

Vice-president; Mrs W. H. Tur I MIL AND MRS. BENDY I Home.tMCi'Piebit.r n-: Church_ 1 .

her, second vice-president! ; Mrs HONORED ON ANNIVERSARY I:was entertained at a bubCo. party y.'V'o.". .....'.V' ._w.... ... ... ol'... .."' ....... ....'. .Wol'......t..1' ..... .""'.
: ( C. II Otis, recording secretary; Mr and Mr Augustus Wynn oiTthe,.evening.of May 6 .t the .'-:, <
v ({ Mia Sue Robinson corresponding entertained at a buffet dinner on tome of Mr. and line Wmounsbury .
\} secretary; and bb* Ida Eichen. Saturday night In honor of the I v by Mn, LoUftlbu Weak of May 17.24 r:

t Berger treasurer.WOMAN'S eighth wedding anniversary of Mrs. Jack Jackson. and Mn. W. H. '.
f Mr. and Mrs. Burley Dendy. EaaOD. ,.!
1 CLUB TO GIVE The other guests .were Mr, and I First.irlics were' won by Mrs. t4
DANCE TOMORROW NIGHT Mrs. O.:.; Donaldson and Mr. and E.*A.+ Roberta and the Rev. Marvin I
I 1 A public dance will be held at Mr*. T.,J.. Walker. T. MuVphy.. and the consolation TOILET NEEDS ,
t, 'l, f o'clock tomorrow night by the prize, by Mrs. W W. BetheL. FOR MEN
Woman's Club of Homestead in
While( refreshment were being ,
the clubhouse. ,The CalendarMay agrved.. brief talk on means of CR h t.'
Reservations may be made with :-0. bulld>hg up class membershipwere ArINO

!1 lira. Stanley Wittkop, chairman 15-Redland P. T. X. party made by Mr. Murphy, Joe ht so W" tug so, 1109 f
of the dance committee. Only a at usa; Hkkson.. Jr, Sunday school superintendent bf: .
I ,. hundred reservation will be accepted I May It-Flnt .Methodist open. .. and C L.Ootey; class) Lunch- f1
\ a* the building 1* not large house at USO. teacher.' J C'anr' :.p

I enough to accommodate more. May Ping-pcng tournamentat Present were: Mr. and ..Mrs.A. K. .
I' At a meeting of the club Monday I USO clubhouse. Robert, Mr. and Mrs. Walter at Our tNvs t.t)
night,. the member decided My20-Sacred Heart Church Weiss Mr and Mrs. W. W. Both... en sgta "
i to send five dollars to the county party at USO. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Sullivan, Mr .1I
federation acho'arshlp: fund. May 20-Meeting of Gleaner al and Mrs. Way, Mr. and Mrs. L O T ,,,. I
home of Mir*. A. E. Paul .'. ". Jackon,..r,:and, Mr*. 1:1101Mr, f s
J '"Ik Homestead Art Club's, class May Si-Amateur hlght ACV= and Mr*.. Murphy,. Mr., and Mn. Fountain Gyr 01r. ie"seta! ew .}1 1
in modeling will'not meet until May 34-Meeting *.f Homestead I.oti frsburyMiss Elizabeth fcau- i 9
further notice, because the In Art Club. tier, Paul Wwrley and "'Joe.Hk. Oc
structor. Sit Jack Craned of May -Poppy Day tbeenrance son Jr.

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pIday, J/a WI943 '" .' ,', HOMESTEAD 'tEABER AND ENTERPRISE. "'xl.ti.9eveL1ADDMONAL'

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SOCIAL EVENTS I week at fee USO. Monday was a'

wt uui iut.uwmenmuwnwuiwmuuuwm wumrtun.m.. .... nnuunwn game night, the regular dance was CLASSIFIED ADS
1r 1- held Tuesday and Wednesday was il 1 .Ji;

ATTEND DANCE OP 427TH SQUADRON variety night After the dancing
r class last night, the American I lATKFin* toftjrtkw 10* a Oat; ubequ4 taaarOan

ON FRIDAY EVENING IN USO CLUBHOUSEt Legion Auxiliary sponsored a.', we 11M I

party Md served cookies and, Sold! - -

.* Nearly.five hundred pe ed Saturday night drinks. Tonight service men and '
*>y the Bed-
tended the dance given [land Neighborhood Club were: their famTlea are especially welcome WANTED

day evening tht USO clubhouseby Mrs. Frederick C. ,Weber, Mr*. and refreshments will be I
the 4I7th Air, BM Squadron :(Sam :J. Davis, Mrs. Chat. 0. Cal- provided for ab. ROOMS and aJllll Mllta. Rtaeotv WANTCE) TO RENT Hou r or

cf Homestead Field. Mrs, Ida Engel -Iderwood, Mr*. M. A. Chase, Mr: Tomorrow night the Redland able rate, hot water and show' apartment furnished or partly 1
J' Of the Dad County Defense 'Whiter E. Gaby and Mrs. R. A. First Aid Post wf.to' the hottest era. Palm Host Florida City. furnished. Permanent resident

Council hostess gammljtes chaperoned I'(Holmes. Other who assisted grrup and on Survey afternoon I year In Homestead Phone
," the Miami I girls: from Mrs. John Barker, Mt. U L. I 011 First Methodist Church i FOR SALE : 1M.." Ceo. M. Frick. myl4tf)
the Pan-.American airport, the Field, Mfs. Fred Suber and Mr. will open house from 4 to
Dupont building, Intercrnunent I Ceo. W. Turner Mrs. Davis presented ,,7 p. m A musical program will;ELECTRIC oven complete with COLORED COUPLE-M.n to do

J Aircraft Corp, Mimi city hall and. two Win: solos, and the i i be presented and refreshmentswill grille, broiler, utensils clock; *. I grove work, wife for house
. tht University of Miami.A second grade of Redland school :[ be served. I piece dining suite, china cabl.' work; year round Jobs, live la
. ; A ping-pong tournament for net, tingle mattresses, folding house oa grove. CcL Kingman
,seven-piece orchestra from gave .a. patrlotla sketch
Miami furnished the.music, and mixed couples will be held Monday bed, chestof drawers desk,i Xlngman rd. Phone 682." 11.mI.
directed Approximately one hundred i when prizes and refreshments mirror chair (09 N. W. 2nd.' ..

t : erk'fn"ot'the air base by were present at the dance given will be provided. The regular Ave. Phone'ZBS-W. (pwyll ,
Harry by St. John's Episcopal Church dance will be held Tuesday, i EXPERIENCED waitress to serve

more minstrels commanding fame.; Maj.officer A. w of Q the!I- I on May I. The hostesses were; I and on Thursday a party will be 'PARK BENCHES at $10 each. A. dinner hour. Good pay B m>

squadron, spoke briefly. Mrs. Frank Hausman Mr. C. J. sponsored by the Sacred Heart l i E.: Lewis, Roberts rd. (pmjrM boo Tavern. myT-tf
Parman, Mrs. M. F. White Mrs Church, Friday May 21. will be
Dancing continued until I late Gee. N. Wakefleld Mrs. Preston amateur night, the Redland P. T. WANTED-One good secondhand

hour, and refreshment were. furnished B. Bird, Mrs. Green Rives, Mrs A. will be sponsor of a party on j--wSi'-- tractor, Iron wheels, farm, purr

by the squadron. Fred Suber, Mrs. Lawrence Pope Saturday night May 12, and on ,LOST-Gasojne A poses. Write Ross C Sawyer

Directed by the Rev. MarvinT. Mrs. E. E. Vthlen and Mrs. Vincent Monday, May 24. I birthday party t No. F17J100Q. Margaret Berger Jr., 1501 Seminary St", Key

11:. Murphy, a musical. :frrgrara inkeeping I De Mario. will be staged. (mI.) West Fla. (pm2I
H witn Mother's Day was I r. r.. /
LOS-f POCKETBOOK contaln- WILL FAY $i to $29 for Junk
given Sunday afternoon In the -
r clubhouse when selection WIN.jPROGRAM OF MODERN AMERICAN MUSIC I ng $25 war! bond, currency, can also farm machinery.'

I I presented by local vocaflsU, and IS PRESENTED AT MONDAY MUSIC CLUB I driver' license and other Identification Wolfe Auto Wrecking, P. O. Boa

I': negro spirituals were sung by the r card Reward for return 7M, Homestead, Fla. (aJO-tf)

.:. choir of St. Paul' Baptist Church ; to owner. Judge Sid L.Ke J
of Homestead. Group singing also I Modern American was Ivan Moser, Mr*. J. W. English, drick, Odd Fellow BJdg WANTED: TO BUY-Grttn pigeon

was enjoyed. The program' was the theme cf a program directed Mrs. H. t, Brandenburg Mrs. Homestead peas in tht pod, mango and all

II arranged by Mr*. A, F. Arthur of by Mr S, L. West at the meeting Carlton Singleton, Mrs. J. H. Rut- other kind of tropical producer
the USO staff. of the Monday Music Club at the land, Mrs. R. E. Edwards, Mrs. PERSONALAVON S. Rcsen, 7 E HMh: St., New

home of Mrs. J. L. Burton this Let H. Ceo., H.Frlck York City. (PjtlB
Misses Hilda, Clarice and Dor hmarnkM
week. Mrs. Webb, Mrs.1: '
Dodson sang Tittle Pine Vocal trios, "Blue Skies and Frank Hausman, Mrs. B. M.! to FAT ben :J. R. Bevt. near Lett'astore. :
tog :'iF YOU WISH representative
and Mrs T. L.
tang 1n.i Wouldn't Trade Hodges the- I "Beautiful Ohio", were presented Hindman, Mrs. 1. Tom Vann.! call,.send card to Mrs- Anna C. by, Misses Hilda and Cleric Mrs. Clarence Gray, Mrs. Carl
Homestead Fla.
Silver In Mother' Hair for All I I Messersmllh, J
the Gold In the World" and Dodson and Miss Mary Ellen Wagner, Mr*. Lester Doan Mr*. U30) ,TO trad '37 H-ton delivery >
"If I
Could Tell You". CpL Tanner Dearlng. Mrs. Sam J. Davis was D. C. Barrow ,and Miss Bertha dan fur 1-ton stake body truck.
Homestead Field of accompanied by. Dn, W H. Ear Nil Kaufman. FREE! If excess acid causes you J.: R. Btvls, near Left store
"Mother Machree"gave and two solos, on In two violin soles and Mrs. pain of Stomach Ulcers Indigestion (dUU)
.m God for a Garden. Adrian Jacoba played two selections REDLAND CHVKCH HOLDS I Heartburn, Belching, 93USUCt
on the piano. Mr*. Wm. Mussrtwhlte COVERED DISH SUPPER Bloating, Nausea, Gas Pains
< Th negro choir of 28 voices, sang "Prayer Perfect". I A covered dish supper was held I get free sample, Udga at S. L Kendrick '
!Si Introduced by the Rev. :J. B. 1 Gifts from the club were presented i at Redland Community Church; Brown' Pharmacy. (ply*)

"e.' ,Barnes and directed by Henry W. to Mrs. H. Collier, Wednesday evening under the direction or Tilt ]

Larklns, sang "He I* Vy EverI )- ing president, and to Mrs. OUllo-l of Mrs. Anna Messersmlth.,i novice OP APPLICATION FOR rtAOBlrtk

thing" "Steal.Away to Jesus". Mills who assisted! with These present were;. Mr. sod \Ckwwr TAX DE'DI *. arwt OsrUftoatee4 all ether,deer .1
.' >/*"'He Will Remember Me", Curing grams.Th I Mrs. A. E. .Warren, Mr. and Mrs.'t CE'Y : DI".t: frk.IduBWr. wit-
1'. Low, Sweet Chariot" and bodes el ...Ie sad C.a.y Tu sweets ackaewhilso'ane
"Cant room were decorated Witha i JUA. Msdera,' Mr. and Mrs. H. C. o..ur..... *,. IWM dace 1- roes ago"
,Hear Nobody Pray. profusion ot cut flowers. Chick Reely the Rev. and Mr*. Ceo. E. the Srt day rte I.... A. 0. ,.... W rues
puetts were welcomed by Mr saltines -- .. mr o/ft... and bow m.5. ...- Bii.
en salad and limeade Deuel, Mr. and Mrs. H J. Armstrong ... bused the.e.a. I Odd Fellows
Ii,,* A. Xu Paul aDd.Mra;:.Chs,'- ,'llarJr. were served I by the hostesses, Mrs, M.; M.' Ramsey Sir*.,;1,else low fw cortl/enss a to __to be dMo rdlowise dperbd N. W. 1st St HeatesleaaV Fto.

j- per. and refreshments provided Mrs. L L. Hood, Mrs. A. W. Logan E.: J. Moore, Mrs. Carrie McCul-:I 1 pr-pwq In tile c-a es lIMo,

;. I| by Mr. Proton B. Bird, Mr*. and 'Mrs. A. W HutchlnsV'". kxigh, Mrs. f. E. DeBardeleben, I I boom lot-t'=- I ft-ft respell 9l ............. a111.b.
." Marvin T. Mjirphy, Mrs.: Benjamin Present betides those mention Mrs. Cbaa. Enquist Mrs. Anna,;' .. Plat ark ... Pan 79 Is tile Cesar JUNK CARS WANTED
.... _. ..braid aOwunMO.
.I: Wi Mor/l .acid "Mr **- ,R. ed were: Mr*. Fred Redd, -Mrs. Wldoff :Jan Moore, the Rev lof,, D.5. 1<1.I ../II.11100. ,..se ar..nt Or'a" Rowell & Son
Chan>bliss. W. E.: Rheney, Mrs. Carl Anderson Lewis Minter and,, Ralph McCul p.v9sprton.s tic mid verwisaM.
.HOIteAeII.C the 1 Mad ...e ta OM MUM of Visit"" FOR SCRAP Iron. Highest
,!. ..: danot.sponrar- Mrs. Walter Eo'C.b", Mrs. lough. I I Ut 1, airs a. rowan aabdlria"- ,
<*> Ptot sank 1s. .... 7s. III M- County: price paid, with or without
of DMo. Mass of riocid.. M mkrawl to Itre. Phone 8-2151l1r bring to
+I ,. .. WOt. TIle err.-t rf '
OrtUi t. H<
I. .1 .,d property rd O.rure.s 1 3019 N. W. 28th St. Miami.
1 inewd w.. In the:=of Uaka.wi. 1
i Unions ..d .5.n b .
I aeeda's M Ie.. tile .rv rte dwritedI I II .
therein will b, to tie Maltese buds; .
I Ll the Court Ho= door OB the find Mao
dye In ,he month tt Juno, 1141. .kick 101!
th> Ilh *T 10"* i|
|..... Mih IOU .1 of April ID4I. |
v of rirrull Cuurtt |I
.lads.Oa.tp. s'Mrlda.CMeAs .
i ( overt ...,.. j
Pit H. C. sires TT. D. CAar.
I ( ( M. N. May T, H. 1MII
ttslrcvt .._ .. .. _,'..

I corks 0'TAX'PLICATION DEED FOR j ShiM _..._ H _.... tSflfibaaipet
I I ._ nnl-..... .f '93L ,.a. AI7I1
I NOTICE: 18 HtRrBT GIVEN lrt A.. (rlats>).._ __
bolder of II.... sad Cuunrs To Shampoo (Medkaled). 7St
l&rtlftcM .. .,
No I114S to Mtf the sod

I of 1.'H,:,.;A..f 5.d.5949 k-p"i.::: .nUt a I ling __..___ _;;1541
I re dad to IM Wad ........ New Car.1151.N Facial ??. _._. -,M
' .. .>.a.tile (ullmrlnepnwortr d..n6.d i
Pack ___.__ 78.Combination .
: to Use County uf DM, *uu U
/ Plunge, to wtltUt j
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: f 1'fUo'N .. Wr d PbrW.Ts..r..t.f Mustache Trhsi __"_ _::1.*
1. wW oe-ports ender
tic .d ..taker sees in ll samt d) I
I" JJg a. II........ dodo" '
Us." sold MftMtaMi nmll it id.eesd'nerd j BUSH'SBarberShop
ra* k>, U.. MM fniiifV 4wrlW4l
threats will k>.wM .. the JiMlMM M44rr J
1 ...,... ttoM HUJM detests tboflrat __t I
sty ta M tMHtli .< JIHM 141, ....lok.l>r! )
55. \k 4v .f Janet IK*. .I
DOM tkl KU .r of AprA. H4S.a .
rtl ,., .a. LRATNre.AN.C em Cft On I
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/ .RCA '" none lawn of a type .-- i-and Ute way 'r OWNog 9. sea CllIIITIA1f $arxcS veatm1Noloasnh'
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Inl bomber tam,arovnd the rim. works,'That's one thing we're C>.4-A.- ......-.... franc ---........s.I .'' 1 1irBdi..elehr
4 6f the Ictare above. Here.. tVhuiig for-Ui* right to Ace Th..ly sad fn.wraslva teed I. Pa.*.* I II
'. Ualbd States In action. Her'* oat awn lives *the op ports 1 I f.m. Twenties viifc. abe Wieldy Mifiiiti lawless, Mi

.a real AU-AtKtriftn" reran to work, save and get kead the ....... M UM r4..p.law far the HMM.f a i

,Not Just btcauwiuf gfxigraphy Tbat ,system made A htn.1200 Yt..". e; ftM t MpneliStmr i
elu......,.. ro.'" got to ka. strong; It encouraged< I ., IMM, Including M.(...... Srcdwi, U.60. YW t f
toed to play en this t am. Car* alto _rcb. It built the j ...... .,.. z'-c-.. ...., ;I
petition la tough. You're
en your t IL
X ..awn Pull went help. -Only .
brains, ability and energy can (!p \ CHRISTIAN SCIENCE READING ROOM

.... yon the boss of a bomber, mamas s "t.a-t e.mpwf .' Breadwty aid Sixth tWeet
TTiat'i the 'J Air '.. t
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Everyone can see J local defense building projects -,- '

nearing completion. Multiply this instance : .

.. J I. .:;i . by the hundreds of localities that are experiencing -

a, ,or will experience, the same thing and what' .

.. "I:"' have we? Just this: . "

Sooner,or later the restrictions on building 1 ., .

t, by civilians will be relaxed as the need for de- '

.. fense construction becomes, less urgent Then

,; residential construction can be resumed and .

,', , .. . the need for residential construction here is urge '. '
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: ent and will continue to be great. Homesteadwill I
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.. continue to be on the map more than ever,
I ,..., even when the "duration" is over.
There are more buyers now than, there"are

q houses for sale. There are.mor' renters than "we .,..' '''
.- ..have houses for rent. Therefore, every resident .,..
who can should get hold of a I lot or lots nowTOid

be ready to build when the government-gives the a

green light ta needed civilian ceftstmctien-and ..f',;' ;

I sincerely believe the time is not far distant . .. \

You can sell what you build or keep'it as'an. . .. :"
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