Title: The leader-enterprise
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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: September 10, 1943
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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: VID00611
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
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. 3S-NO. 37 HOMESTEAD FLORIDA SEPTEMBER 10 1943 PRICE FIVE CENTS






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i: '" In Advice to Cut Crops HEARING SLATED THIS WEEK


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DRASTIC STEP Italian Surrender Marks Start POSTPONED. TO WEDNESDAYTown

Of Third War Bond Sales DriveThe


\ -- Council Will Sit The meeting- ; the Homestead
JSTAXEMBYSTATEGROUP unconditional surrender of campaign that every bond buying I
Italy ori Wednesday created, a citizen must increase his purchaseby As Equalization BoardTo Rationing Board slated for Wednesday
40 per 'cent In order tor the night of this week to hear
wave of enthusiasm tot the openIng -
county to meet its quote. Th n1u.1'I new charges of Irregularities) made
; hear complaint* on UK
of the Third War Bond
drive
: government is seeking the sale of
slated aUoni for 1941, the Florida City against South Dade Farm; Inn,
>> in which Dade County is to. $11,000,000 worth of bond ex
lit'a..
town' council will a board
has been postponed until Wednesday -
raise $26.800,000 by Sept. 30. elusive of bihklng ,loan.to (help

'". Homestead bond headquarter defray 'if ar costa, which, it 1. of. ot 18.equalization at th* town on ball Thursday'it'was.an-, Sept. Sept according to Chair-
are at the First National Bank and' tinseled will mountte Jji ,ooo.- aian S,A.'Carter. JJo reason wan ,
Making good heir threat to adVise nounwd, by the town .Jerk) 'Mrs.Flory .
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the local post,office 000,000 si ..
s: for they et, month* ofU4 given oMr.; Carter foe postpone.mHt
I Florida farmers to curtail It Is .eaGmated leader ol thePupili'Are'Aseigned. * f1 *I & M7era'If
i by "
1 0w heatings are hot ,coma t>f,; thel' :winter.- etabJe.IaoI, plated at this. meeting, additional Leonard P. Ireland administrator
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I. given a definite tairo: lament Sche 'j sessions. will be told M necessary,
JesTodiyr of Dad* rationing, was expected br
: ** farm pries\! ** Washington, the Mr*.,Myers laid.
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$ Florida vTegetftleA. 'Jmnrftt8, 1 N.Fo ..Official-School OjKilmfrflfwda\' } specific charges against- the "{

Orlando Tuesday approved a SEEKSCARDBOARD firm\ were not disclosed by Mr.

: strong resolution to discourage the I Registration of pupils' at Home.,Wednesday attended by Mrs. J. AIR I BASE Carter pending the hearing, but

"" "blind planting of large acreages stead, Redland and Florida City M. Fort, manager of the local at the office of South Dade
I 4Jt truck crop under existing urea school began at I a. m. yesterdayand cafeteria it wa decided to raise FOR Farms no Information was with

satisfactory price ceilings" from. a.'m. to 12 noon today the cost of the former ten cent held.
The resolution, was presented students will return to be assigned plate lunch' to IS cents and to "Three charges have been filed
fcy E. W. (Pete) tins, Kendall their room, subjects, text charge 20 cents for a plate lunch SALE TO MILLS; against the firm," John W. Collins

manager of the American Fruit booksand other details preliminary with meat. The cafeterias will office manager, said, "all of
Growers and member of the five- to the official opening at 0 begin operation on Monday bought''them based on mistakes or oversights
man delegation sent by the Committee Scrap cardboard U being which could easily occur
a. m. next Monday, Sept. 13. On the Homestead faculty are:
to Washington, to by t Homestead Field and will be the operations of firm .
seek a In a engaged
High school: E. B. Black.
i Under the Florida law, no pupil I collected from local stores by"
showdown
on farm prices In defense contract running
can be admitted to the first burn Miss Allle E. Ferguson, Mr*.
N. Wakefleld/ ,
army trucks, Geo.
Luther L. Chandler of Gould*, into hundreds of thousand
Alethe B. Gsllaher, Miss Marian
grade unless he )ls six years old Salvage
chairman of the South pad
another South Dad member of of dollars and dealing with subcontractors
Diller, Miss Marie X J.
Hensley
the delegation on or before Jan, 13, 1944, B. M. Committee, said yesterdayThe .
was expected to return who are dependent onus
Hester, Miss Leonora Stewart,
Hindman, principal of Homestead
yesterday from the fruitless salvaged cardboard will be for the certifying of their all.glbllity .
Mrs Green Rives! Mrs. J. R. Rut. I
schools, said yesterday Birth mill,
sold soldiers
to the by the to paper
> capital.
I tip for tires and gasoline.
tr Following are excerpt from :certificates must be presented by (Continued on Pag. Seven!! ) and the proceeds will be used for I i "Two. of the alleged Infraction

.j f the resolution urging curtailment ,those entering school for the first recreation at the field. antedate the meeting held last
I time a* proof of their age, he said. Tin are also urgently:)
i (Continued cans
on Page Four) NEGRO BURGLAR (I month with the ration board and
Cafeteria prices will be advanced needed and If accumulated in sufficient
county and state rationing administrators
: at both Homestead' and :I
wilt be
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quantity they
THE WEATHER when it was agreed all-
I ,Redland to offset the increased- CONVICTED ON picked up by Mr. Wakefleld from I around that bygones were to be

Offlolal wake ropori of the luMleaI :cost of labor. homes and restaurants. "We prefer , bygones and the slat wa to be
3Se.rleme atmuse. 8o.a..d Florida.I' At a county-wide meeting of that the cans be wished, flattened .
I 1 OF 7 COUNTS wiped clean. We contend, therefore
cafeteria managers In Miami I and the labels removed" he: board
Date Max. Mm. Bar. EalaAC. that unless the ration
Mid, "but due to urgent war needs
member had their finger crowd
Sept 2 __ 92'1 w. wJU accept them 'as la' if nec i
I 87,1211.891 OFFICIALS
: ; at the time, these two charge are
.. Sept. S -. .....j 811 64 (1211.111 0.13 PLAN I I Bill Miller rejro key figure In essary. The point Is to get In the, now out of order
: .... Sept 4 _._.1 112 89 0,08 the July wave of Homestead robberies cans for war use!" "The third charge Is that one of
\ 130.011 was convicted Tuesday citizen In the Redland
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r Sept. 8 111 87 0.47 CHECK OF SITE I "Every the discarded tires turned In by-
1 Sept. 8 . 69129.9910.7! I morning by Judge Ben C. WUlard District la asked to accept Ml I
-- Farms to the Miami
South Dade
Sept T __3.1 120.113 0.11 of the Criminal Court of Recordon definite responsibility .in salvage
t store later also
', Sept. . 167 129.1151 3.00 FOR CHILD CARE charges: of rifling the residenceof I ng the cans and fat which are I turned Firestone In by Wilson was& Hopper a
Grim of Avocado dr 1
Clarence desperately needed also,
I Miami subcontractor who Js do.
Sentence was deferred until after I "The live of our boy on the

i WAR BOARD An Inspection of the tentative)the trial burglary of Miller counts on with six whichhe additional : (Continued on Page Seven) ing(Continued the heavy en hauling Pegs Fear for )mir

location selected for the proposed I

J. HELPS FARMERS made Homestead on Tuesday nursery by school Chairman will be I I Ia charged.The negro .was Arrested In the:' BUILDING & LOAN JudaVTrained ExSoldiersTo

Police Too
Make
Cha G. Turner of the Dad I Homestead colored quarter on Train:

OBTAIN ENGINES County Board of Public Instruction Aug 1 by Constable J. M. Scarborough -: RECEIVE BIDS adopt scientific
TO Police will have to
Mrs. Louella Dolan of Miami and Homestead patrolmen .
methods of physical trainingIf
1 county supervisor of extended Bill Newton and John Arrant, and!
County Agent Chas H. Stef.I school services, and Mrs. J .F. was bound over OfvAug" 4 by ON ASSETS TODAYSealed they expect to cope with Infrac-
elements of thepresent sir.
tlous
1IInl., secretary of the Dade County Hammett of Homestead,local song I Peace Justice i'SIcr1.' Kendrick to'
,USDA.. War Board announces leader of the block plan. I th-criminal court of record under I my after It I I. demobilized. Staff
that the War Production Board The opening ef public schools $MO bond. bids en the remaining Sgt Geo. Allen, desk sergeant of

\ has ranted the War Food Administration has resulted. Increased Interest I A SO-year old, unusual type M, assets of the Homestead Buildingand the guard and military police
at Homestead Field,
,1A authority to sign and a number of new enrollments caliber revolver taken from the 1 Loan Association will be received squadron
:" purchase rating; AA-2 for com for the nursery' school which Is home of Mr. Grim "put the finger"on I by trustees at e specialmeeting told the Homestead'' Rotary dub
bustion engine, both air-cooled urgently needed to car for the, Miller when It was recovered which will be held at I 'Wednesday noon.
r and, liquld,- \ed.j) of 2obone.and pre-echool children of working from:'a "negro: .:whams he bred p. m 'today.In. the. office of the I "WIth judo or ill Jltsu at th*
under for farm us*. mother Children from two'to sold it In addition the rifling tssociatiofi, command of .1moIt'1V1I'1 soldier
power
No state or county quotas haw six yew of age will be Oven daycare ol the Grim residence where $30 Directors", AM.\ 10 voted U ,and will 'dirty fighting instill
been established and the county at the nursery school end the in tub wa taken Miner If suspected doe' out association affairs and :In him until it has become sec

%*r board win receive grower*' seven to fourteen-year-old group, of attempting to ttter the appointed! Mrs. Chat. T, Harper, :ond Mture. the I unwary policeman -
application and will have I the can be supervised at a child carecenter bom* of J. O.Buchanan on A vow-(president Cbas. O. Turner, see who la the, post-war period
vthority: to assign an AA-2 rat- which will be established cado dr.'July 3t, and of breaking l retaryrand Mrs. Harold Sheffield.! start "to swing Ms club ia the
Ing. This procedure 'has been at the into the home*.of Green Rive, as tautest. to receive kid*. A time-honored method of subduing
+ adopted ftret to assist growers I George Smith, Mrs. Con Daniel,I list of the assets 1* in 1M pos. a rebellious prisoner I* liable
re'o
fend operator ef farm machinery ---.1 and a negro' house on Tennesseerd.'fldrn'whichf100 session of the trustee end may to find himself on his back "

t ta obtaining;engine. needed "+for-th* .. : yin'church I be inspected. by potential i pur- calving blows from his own dub
crop production. '.. week, fund "ere"tala. I chaser tai,!\M I]>eatir. t


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.' "' "' 'Walter Branam Fights 'II MRS. 'V. B. CAVES ent and taught at Rtdland Firm-
I life School anal JtI1 'She "'I'':
California Forest FireI
I II married to W B. Caves on Aut:
OUR MEN IN SEnVI-Lh" E I DIES HERE AFTER 27. If IS at the old Redland Guild '
I 'We fought a woods ore for It Hall .j
lips bourse and it was hot bell" Mr Cavci wit past matron.
of
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I wrote Marine Walter Branam In LONG ILLNESSFuneral ,the Ad Astra Chapter of the Or.
Made 5 Trips Daily to Fix 1935 Storm. 3 Campaigns describing a California*wood fire der of the Eastern Star, and was
to his mother Mrs. M. F. Whiteof active In church work. <
Bomb-Torn Phone Lines Survived by Keys Boy I -
Homestead. 'I I II I Pallbearers at the funeral were-j-,
i I I "Boy, It sure U nice out hhOIah. services for Mr*. W. B.I Frank L. Mcllwaln, R. E. Sher.ard '
San Diego Cal. Sept > -Private Warren Russell a cousin ot Jo- \ There are mountain all i Caves who died Monday ft) her.' Ernest Sherard. Gordon Ivey, ,
rtnt Clan Slgmund Edward seph W. Lowe of RedUnd, l*|(laround us. It sure 1* beautiful. home on S. E.! Fifth at. after a. Henry Brooker, Jr., and A. Do'
Wolfe, U. & Marine from Homestead ailed "the boy with a charmed ]Another boy and I had a lot 'Of I I lingering Illness,- wen held at 3 Smith. \
Ha, mad M many as flvoj(:Illfe" by his neighbors', at Iila.j I fun climbing the highest Of the p. m yesterday by Dr, J. E. John-| '
trip I day out on telephone lines'!'morado. Warren, the first army: mountain I stone In the First Baptist Churchof I
of Guadalcanal to repair section,draftee from his Island Home on I I went to Hollywood the other i Homestead nt which ah. was a 10. F. UNDERWOOD'MURDER \ :
damaged by bomb and shellflre.|the Key, wa wounded In the, Invasion -i night and saw movie stars' home i member. Burial took place in
Wolfe, convalescing from malaria -I of Africa, recuperated anfli i j and two of the start-Betty Hutton Palm Cemetery In-Nanmla un-lir
at I naval hospital here,[returned to his outfit an I thieved his childhood ambition I wounded again when Sicily waij,'i "We are all ready to go Home.
to be I 'high pole lineiman' with ,taken. The sole surviving mem- and the sooner we go the bett6.,1 Mrs. Cave leave: her h""h the Leatherneck In the South!:ber of his Immediate family in?' ;i| B. Caves; two on W. H
Paclflc. 'I I hurricane of 1935, lie was pinnedIn I LOWE MAKES SECOND TRIP Caves. Jr, of : :; ."d
"But that' tame stuff to what the branches of a tree two day I Robert 'M. Cave of Gainesville I Trial of Outs F Underwood '
some of our communications men'I by A boat mast before he was Matthew Q. Lowe, who I I. serving ,'I who came her for the funeral; a "-1 aroJld Princeton farmer, forthe
In the merchant marine, has
encountered In the Jungle of;!'rescued and flown to Miami for grandson Jackie, of Hcmesteal: murder of Gordon Ellis on
Guadalcanal," he tald. "Jap ampere -'I'treatment ot'his serious Injuries. "j sailed from New" York on a second : her parent Mr. and Mrs. ChasM. 1 Apr, It at Gould has been set by
;Warren' parent were Mr. and I Ii { voyage. "Q, who prepared for ( Paul D.
gave ui plenty of trouble. ,i Wald of Los Angeles: and three Circuit Judge Barnes for
Wolfe I II the ion of Mr. and i! Richard Russell of IslamoIredo service at the U. S. Maritime i sisters Mr A. R. Meybem ft'Oct :20 before a 12 man: Jury.
Mr*. A. E. Wolfe of Homestead.He Training ,School In St Petersburg Homestead, Mr*. Ida Mirtertte of Underwood we bound over ona
enlisted In the Marine Corp I I spent a recent leave hereat '!Miami, and Mrs. Emma G. Farbr charge of murder by a coroner**
two day after Pearl Harbor JANUARY HUE: ON LEAVE the home of his mother Mrs.1W I lot 101 An. leI. An only brother., jury convened in Homestead Apr. ,
1 Anderson.
A.
Pvt. Wolfe was recently In Albert W. January. carpenter1 I the late Chan. M. Waid, Jr. whO' 21 by Peace Justice Sid L. Kendrick -
Homestead spending a furlough' mate lint class, who Joined the i ''was barn in Homestead was t'k'nprisoner and wa committed .to the .
with his parent. navy Seabee In June. recently' LL Jo*. 'L. Piche. who was'( with the U. $,.A. medical Dade County Jnll to await action
'*" '. ,pent I' ten-day !leave her with graduated July 27 as a pilot at,\ corps by the Japanese at the fall 1 lof I the grand Jury. .
Capt. Chas Glenn his family.In Luke Field. Aril, 1* stationed;of the Philippine and died this I Early in May he was released l
e Here I
the First World War Mr. I with a fighter squadron at Page' spring In a prison camp t i on $1,000 bond by order of Judge
On Furlough, Now Pilot I January served with the army i Field Ft Myers. He visited here Born Mildred Emma Wald on i IBam .
engineer In Franc In 117-18 briefly last week with his par !Mar. 20, 1893, In El Reno, Okla.,i Underwood and Ben S. Jenkins,
Capt. Chas. L Glenn, ion of: and with the army of occupationIn ,, enta Mr. and Mrs. T, D. Piche. i Mrs. Cave spent most of her girlhood I a bystander, were treated for superficial -
. .
Mr. end Mr*. Robert Glenn of,t Germany after the signing of I I In that state. In 190K she j i gunshot wound after the
Homestead, has been graduatedfrom I the armistice He returned to the| Pfc. Earl Cravey has been I moved to this area with her par trifle duel that wa fatal to Ellis

Ellington: ld, Tex. as a United. State In 181*. I graduated as truck mechanic from -
pilot In the Army Air Force.1 Albert W. January, Jr. seaman I three-month training course at i I
After pending a week' furlough first clan, has teen many month .Ft Crook.' Neb., and la now on
here. Capt. Glenn left Wednesday' of active service In several com maneuvers at Camp Maxey, Tex.
for. his new station at Columbus.O. ., bat area since be enlisted In the, 0 4. 1- Don't Forget to Renew Your
Before entering pilot training, Navy In December of 1M1. Allen Hastings, torpedoman second '
he was an Instructor In artillery class, U. S. N., ... spendingnine
at Fort Sill, Okla. STAGE REUNION IN PACIFIC day*' leave here with ,his 1943 Driver's License

Pvt. Roger Glenn youngest ion, Two Homestead boys staged a parents Mr. and Mr*. Wm. W.
of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn I Ia ttt- reunion In the Pacific, when the Hastings Allen, who took partIn
tloned with the army air force at ship of Barney Godwin, signalman the Sicilian Invasion, will leave '
Miami Beach and pent last week third clsss In the U. S. Sept. IS fqr' further training at '. .Before Oct. 1st.
end at home. . I Coast Guard, pulled up to the tide the naval torpedo Mation In. Newport ,
of another- to re-fuel. Barney R. L '
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CPU lire AT FORT BILL recegnlxed"Harold Ma .otfthe ". "" $" r ', .. ,
CpL Harvey Rue, eon" of Mr. refueling sfijp"and "It'wa* really PVt Howard Thompson returned -j
and Mrs. Frank Rue of Home- good to tee tome one from home," to the Orlando Air Base
stead I* stationed with the army he wrote his parent. Mr. and Mr*. Thursday after a U-d.; furlough I
artillery at Fort Silt Okla. Prior R. L Godwin. spent with his parent. Mr. .and :
'
te' his Induction Mrs. Bruce Thompson ot Florida S.m-L.KENDRICK
he was cadet- ;
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lieutenant PROMOTED TO STAFF SOT.Sidney City. -
In .the artillery of the
R. O. T. C at the University o( L. Kendrick Jr: who I II '. 0 4kAirs. j

a he completed four stationed at Tullahoma. Term., has Elizabeth Popperwffl. who i" Justice. ,of. the Peace
\r I I I been ". ... .
yean' In June. I promoted to start sergeant ha completed list "boot training I'
His younger brother, Pfe. Paul I!according .to word received:this In the SPARa Irr Palm Beach ant I I Odd Fellows :Bldf. Homestead
week by his wife, the former Mia+ I I. now serving--'the.merchant, .
la
Rue.
an'a"1
Ft Banning Ga.radio He wa operator graduated at Louise, PaeetU.Sgt .. .' marine 'personnel -department, lai L *.Open until :.5. P, fcC Dai Y

In radio work at Sioux Fall*. spending a'hin410. leave at the i! ....
& Dak., and received his final Roy Smith I Is expected home of'her parent Mr. 'and .. r.
home on furlough this ....eek.end' Mr*.'E.JT.'Sage W-SyWli .Terrace;
training : Tehn.i .
In Smyrna .
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I(from Camp' Shelby, Miss la Redland. )i. J
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Mr. and Mrs.. J.. E., Lewis!,f, '" i* i i i .r.rtl;" "'")
Given Barbecue Supper i'!I M

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John F. Lewis, seaman third i
class, and Mrs. Lewi' the former I '
REDLAND FERTILIZERSConsult
Nisi Prlscllla Fread. were hon BRAND .

ored at a surprise barebcued-rlb .
nipper last Friday night by Mrs. ,
W. B. Harden and Mr*. U J. Williams -i '
at the home of Mr and Mr*.'I :
C. W. little. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis 0 0 0 .
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who are living at Camp Bainbridge ":' .,
Parryvllle. Md. visited )
relative h-re from Tuesday to

Thursday of this week. us. about your: fertilizer requirements .',. ,
After tupoer game were I
played. Beside those mentioned I {
other present were: Mr. and Mrs.J. .. for the coming year. I "
W Little, Mr. and Mrs. J. T \ t" :
Lewis. Mr, and Mrs. Cecil Walker.Mr .I .
,. and Mr*. E. A. Little Mrs. I . .i?, Due to government regulation and shortages ;*. !
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Lee Tread Mrs. Verlan Slremore, ,
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t Mia Betty graham Katharine. O.Freeman H. Halt.! W.Mm B. of several] materials we will: . not be able to'I .:v-: '.; .-: . .

Harden, L J. Williams. Peggy, ., '' ". ..;
Eddie and Tommy little. Roy, Ce make :*.',' '
mixtures. Biit will
ALL of
dl and Bobby Walker, Joan and our regular we ,. .. '..'
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Floyd Harden, and Howard William !-
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supply
. jour as near as

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Wilbur Nabors, ton of Mr*. An : ,:' . .
ale Nabor who spends part of yoi0villneed."v ;

the season at Homestead, has ,been A* .... : '. Rt.! '
promoted to captain. He "1' err . . " ;: : ,; t. : : .- : ,C S : :-I: ',:.
trtf In .a" tlgrn.J corps gearPoston \
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Marloe Jacobsn.. son of. Kt ;
and Mr*. :\(. t). Jacob-en. wa accepted Flo Ida East Coast Fertilizer.

Wednesday by the navy I I
and will leave Tuesday for hill I

training! ,U tiro at Bainbridge TetcDho.it! 16. .ANK B. RUE., Manap r tloJr'l .teed. fl... .
Md. Mrfow wa graduated in '

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10, 1943 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Pam !

1 Mn. Green Rive and daughter.! Mr alUSlra. J. R. IP& and last I -'----

Emma Jane, returned last week week. .L.L / e FLORIDA CITY
from their summer vacation spentat .i!I Bi warreae flats.
In and Around Moody Farm. In WaynesvUl. Mr. and Mrs .Virgil Lyon and --' "-'
N. C. theIr I little nlectrwkty antleyJ Mr. and Mn. Edward Stilinf
I !,spent the week-end at MI.mll and Mn. Lee Lehman are expect-
Mr. and Mn Mack Hardee and I Beqh not td to return from HendenonviUo
Homestead children, Carroll, Nancy and, l BobSussell; '
) na May ot on Monday.
Mack are visiting Mr. Hardee'smother 'I
West Palm Beach were guests this I
Mrs. A. P. Hardee in Pen- Mr R. M-;: returned here
week at the home of Mr. and Mn.
r. facola. J. H..Dodson. I.!I Friday from Puerto Rico where t

Mr. and Mr*. John Frey of.. George and Walter JCuf.ldt,I Mr. and M;:: Preston B. Bird I the lived for IS month while her
MrsTcT: :
Norwalk, O, are the parent of a [ton of Mr. and Mn. Henry Ku- and son. David Lester, visited on Mr. and D. Llndaly of'I'' husband was employed on a de-
ion born Saturday, Sept. 4. Mr. feldt of Rsdland, are enrolling a* Monday In Miami with Mn. Spencer Locust,,Grove. Ca, and theiridaughtec. tense. project.
Frey (4 the former Miss Jean 'Junior and freshman, respectively j Pop well and her Infant 'son, I . Helen, were guestsThursday Mr Robert-Vrana and Mia
Farms,'daughter of Mr. and Mr*. :' at the Anderson Theological ,,Spencer, Jr. Mn Popwell, the ot Mr. and Mr*. Casper Charlotte Cerontmo left Saturdayfor
Clarence J. Parmaa of Home 'institute In Anderson. Ind. [former Miss Edith Burgsy. I* a Williams.Joseph Georgia where they will vu \

stead. /I Mr. and Mrs.'H. L Brandenburg'[liter of Mrs'G.: I. Gaunt formerly -4 I Nlcnolsort spent last for a few week
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Sewn)
k-end In Tamp on business. (Continued on Page
and Arthur, returned' Monday we
ton
Lynn Irwin, eon of Mr. and Mn. | I I
from their summer Mr. and Mrs"Orlando Wollam'
night
Frank N" J..In/enrolling a* a | | '
theological student al Bob JOlIet home In Gay, Ga. Within a few i and daughters Louise and Joyce, i
College in Cleveland Tenn. I days Mr. Brandenburg will go:returned Friday from Dothan, Ala.
-L- back to Georgia to complete. his : I II
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Mrs. Ben Young will leave
Mia Prlfcllla Robinson will farming operation there, then I
4each physical education this year,will return to Homestead to put Sunday for a Visit.In Moberly, ,
in his regular inter crop. "* ,
at Andrew Jackson High SchoolIn
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Miami. t Mn. DeltteSth and Mrs.I Mrs. C. M. Barrow: will leave
--:- I Sunday for Cairo, Ga. where she
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Herman Thorns and her
Bob Willet, who U visiting eon will be a guest of relative I
friend In Macon, will leave Sunday Dexter Lee returned, Monday I
after pending severaldays with Mr. and MrsTcecil Dodd of Miami .
for Louisville, Kjr. to enroll Want to purchase in .
relatives It
Pompano:
for his second year at Southern ) were guest for several dan
Baptist Theological Institute. :757 Frick this .week of Mr Dodd' mother,
Mr. and Mr M. will,
Mn. J. B. Tower.
,return today from a vacation I I any quantities, top
Mn. T J. Harris was a patient spent at Jacksonville Beach I I Mr. and MrsToan Williams returned -
at James Archer Smith Hospital last Saturday from an extended I
this week. Mr. and Ura. Lloyd Witt and visit In Clarkivllle, Pa. price paid per pound.
daughter, Amelia Hope, returned
Mia Marjorie Fogle, daughter Wednesday from their summer i| Chat H. Steffanl. county arr'1 !-
of Mr. and Mn A. D. Fogle of I home In Columbia, Tenn. 1 cultural spent Is taking a Iwo- Sunshine Products Inc.

Naranja, and MiA Marie Bashor, I r week vacation from his duties.
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Harry Lopez returned last week'
daughter of Mr. and Mr*. D. E.
BashoVbf.CoWii. will leave Sept I to his home In New York after: Mr. and 14--1\1. W. Kent returned 499 N. W. 79th St. Miami
'r spending month'with his brother : Sunday from alslt to
IS for Dukt pnlvenity, Durham, I.
and listerInlaw, Mr and Mra.I ,
relatives In New Carlisle, Ind.
N. C.. where will enroll a
.1IOphomor
.. they. Mario (Lopes. His son. Albert' and [In Cedar Rapids, la. I
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remained her to make til* home;i I 1)
I! his Mrs. G M. Henderson of DelI
with uncle and aunt Another I
Mill France Rutland, Ml.. 'I her Mike' i
recent guest at the Lopez home ray Beach, and tons
Dorothy Moon, Mlu Hilda Dodson _
was Mn. Avelia Dint of Taveri and John, were house guest of ,
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and Miss Mabel Ruth Pope will --

leave tomorrow for Tallahassee. nler. --.-. .
where they will matriculate a* :i I Mr*. Leonard Greer, Jr., the '
freah lle In-_ the Florida State former Mini Nellie Cash. 1* making 1
College Women. her home with her husband's
: .:' ..r ... 4.-- I'I parent Mr and? Mn [;. H. Oreer, CANT 1
t'r' Mr. and Mn. Ceo. W. KoseL Jr.. while Pvt. Greer I I. In the army.H. 'IYOU. fAIL
.; ". and their children have moved
.; from the Princeton'home' of Mrs: C. Thurman, .ho I* employed -
I. Kosel's mother Mr*. Cha B.h- In KMT West, spent several
r:' rent, to a residence at Chapman :days here this week with Mr.
.Field where Mr Koel 14 emplQ7ed'.r. Thurman and Jane ,

: Mr, and ;Mrs; ;Ceorge- Smith ,
have returned from their winter
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". Mn. Ruth Scott and her IOn :home In Winston-palem, N. C.
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," Bruce; returned Friday from an ,
extended visit to relative In Mn. M. P.. Woljpm I I. visiting lr\;
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Jackson, Minn. e Macon with hers daughter and ,
I un-ln-law Mr. and ..MrsW.. &:
,, . Patty Robinson. Joy Lee, and[:mpkin, Jt. :,Llttle Suzanne: I J
Margaret and Betty! Stillman will\ :Bumpkin, who has been seriously I +s:. a Las 1
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boys lighting under the Star and Stripe

Tour deal an**-tons,husband,sweetheart lather,

brothers, relative and friends-ate,eraeon nay be,

engaged In those bloody battle where the scythe

of the Grim Reaper flashes In every valley el the gnat.i .

'The Ird Wat loan ol IS bOllen dollars an/pay

i the equipment, asamnnlllon and toed oar boys need

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IJ Bay at least *ne'IZTIA $190 War Bead U Sep.

II Umber beside feur regvlatfe puchases. Ge JXff

all- u! with every dollar yea cam scrape up andkeep

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Pare Four HOMESTEAD_ LEADER AND ENTERPRISE . ," September 10, 1943'.ii
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Carl Deden. Leo Lehman. O. E. Hill, Mrs L. L. Anderson and +s.
diIpIInhUIIIuhI1IuhIIl11111( ! lfl IIU friend Miss Alverda Selby formerly
L. J:. Fred Loomis Mrs. Lydia Gossman."
: of Homestead, will attend Brown, Taylor, :
i HOMfT2JDERI 1 Southern College at Lakeland this and C. T. Fuchs Sr, were bookedfor "Mrs. James A. Dougherty was. .
20 Years AgotM y..r" a fishing trip today with Fred given a delightful surprise lunch
r...... U leis RedS and Fred Fuchs to AngelFish eon Monday noon at her home
school
'The Homestead opened
and Caesar's Creek" by her ton, Carl TweedeU. . "
PeWMba. TW.. Me Ramat".M. this year with an attendance. pf
M tile Sou* P**. rvkliiMngkxWxf c-....... She ........ sMw at.......... I 339 In the grade and <4 In the ."Howard Kirk of Silver Palm ""Mrs. Ivan Maser entertained .
test rM ... hi ..* >nwdWMMM has been awarded the 'contractfor this afternoon at a miscellaneous
ira-Mkn rrm ,... tllM I I high school according to L. 1C.
ftIk.
to shower In honor of her !
RUN ARCnraPewad.at H.M>....OM4lW. (...*.. J.M Bennett the school principal.The transporting the pupil and sister
and, rwttueMARJIRIE II. 111 ...4-..>4 O< II. left from school for five year It .U formerly Mist Minnie Lee Mitchell -
.ttk tk. ._.... ........., MUfc.llHH school In Florida City has between understood that the following will' whose marriage to Mi*Vernon
: MART naun blClUfION l {(( : {/:( { il "The revised list of teacher for Mr Howard Kirk Mr*. John place last ,week. . "
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Homestead and Florida City *
Mere sea asel trIVRCNIPTION I
.... -- ---- -- i. "The death of Mrs Murals lark a* follow:
RATER Leach slater of Mr*. J. A. Dough Principal,L. C, Bennett,,mathematics
I. Gale cotayI a e_also.. WI I a a.'. tk: I i erty, of this city, occurred tor* this i iI .Miss Pearl Aycock, Latin

b..1 a"t be! Cdaag. .. rase 51.51,: morning following an operation) and SpanishrtMiss:..Sarah.Graham ListingsWANTED' ':
t'_.."..., I It.. ILK: ,J& for appendicitis ." I I Rudd; history;"MI.. Clara Head: :
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M .MMM rl>H Mb '_t.., !"The marriage of Miss Nina,,English, Miss.ElIn,!! M M.Mk M.ln4 II.. Jolt.I M.. ere..Peet tfllM *tM Scott :to Mr. Emory Hemphill i and athletics., C.n.Rit :I -
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...... % lit, Brandenburg took place at sight eighth grade, Mr*..Carl A. Field:
(,o'clock Monday evening at the I[seventh grade; Mrs. Robert M-j
'parsonage; of the Methodist Episcopal Stevetisonj-ttxth grade, Mrs. Neva I .
anxious U with
, Buyers waiting part
JUNKED TIRE j{ Church South. The Rev J [King Cooper; fifth grads, Miss '
i 'O Stradley performed the ceremony I I Gladys Scott Mrs Myrtle H. good Bash_ for grove_ graves with ; ;

l (Continued From fait One). I/ . I I Brodie: fourth grade, Mrs. B. L. homes, city lots city homes.and greve t

airport contract here The fire f "Homestead girl leaving Mon I Brown, third ,r.deMI'L Addle and farm acreage Gasoline and tire
E. ,L. Wlltersi second
Drew Mrs e
( the Florida State
day to attend
company has already "voluntarily!'College for Women at Tallahasseeare 'grade, Mr*. ,Mary ,Hple Sheffield, restrictions prevent my personal solid- .
explained to rationing officials In : Mary Tower Loretta Horne t!:Mrs. w. B. fdward ., fatten ,of your listings 'so please bring .t.or

Edna Smith, Julia Musselwhlte, "Fourth, .fifth.and slth .grade null then to
+ Miami that the store made the i me. i
of Florida. pity, Mra.'Green. Rives.
Vernon Pike, Nettle Feagln Nadine -
mistake when It Inadvertently Included ChambllM. Vivian Free. Lois ,First second. and' third grades, .
the South Dude Tire In Moser Tower, MattielGilmer t Miss Jacqueline Edwards. Eleanor
Dorothy Froscher
butch of Wilson and Hopper -Mr and Mrs W. B. Edwardsof '
Stella Hook, Nina Drew :
tires which the Miami tire firm Monday .
Rochelle. Gait moved last *.
ont to Homestead at the Insistence and Esther Livingston""William into,the Bradley house formerly Registered: Real Estate .Broker Y ,
Muaaelwhite left today -I ;
of the Homestead ration Mr '
{ occupied by Mr. and It S FUgler AVe. Homestead
for Gainesville where he will .
board that they be returned to J. E. Nash. : .
his senior at the Unl- Phones I1J-J; Stt-K
Homestead for relntpectlon begin year Mr: J. R.. Dorpey: has been
"We were not asked for an explanation varsity of Florida. j,awarded the contract for transporting -
The first we knew of "Judson Strickland will i the_ .school '..ehld1en.h\
the trouble was when we received return to Gainesville: Friday tobegin Homestead and Florida| City. I .. '.
copies of the formal charges In his studies as a senior Ind!' "E. E. Carter,?Wf B.',Strickland "
the nuill"Jamei the agricultural college cf the _-- -- .---- .. -. '-

Sottile, Sr. president of University of Florida" . t

South Dade Farm. declared that' "Miss Loretta Home will give -.. . . '
the charges represented personal!a recital at Mrs R. H. Fitzpat. i
feuding on the part of three men !rick's home Friday She will be '. ;

In the local ration board set.uu assisted by Cyrus Jordan violin :- ... .;. ':.- .. .. ... .. j
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The alleged violations wouldbe tat; Helen Hawle, violinist; Mary . .
understand and overlooked It i Ellrabeth Krome, pianist: Chester ...
commltteed by anyone; else, but Hawley. xylophonist, and Mrs
combination of prejudice, a business I(Fltzpatrlck ."

grudge and a 'little Caesar "Mis !Lula Smoak and her
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complex. respectively, seems to\I'' I t .
be making us the butt of persistent ,- + '. fjl r.
persecution We art har>1 CEILING .
rued and hampered our operations \ ....
when all our energy and '..

attention should be concentrated l (Continued from Page,One) I

oil the speedy completion of contracts of vegetable acreaies: ,
that are more vital to the, "Be It resolved that the Florida'

present stage of the war effort"I vegetable Industry, through Its i8 rW
than we are permitted to Immediately
Florida vegetable committee I
Several months ago South board] advise President Roosevelt

Farms was accused by the James Bvrne., Fred M. Vln-
of diverting to other and un
son Judge Marvin Jones, Pren- .
I'ulhorlzedI". tire which had I Uss Brown, Chester Bowie, Chairman .
been certified to the company for Alken of the senate agricultural ,..j
uerlfic purposes The alleged irregularities committee Chairman Fulmerof #
were referred by the of house agricultural committee
board to the central office In Ml I' the entire Florida connres TO THOSE DURABLE PATRIOTS mlY ,

amt, and In turn to Melbourne L. ,atonal delegation the vegetable -
Martin, then OPA enforcement at- Industries cf its fellow-producing ) k
urney and to the state OPA officials ',states |.e.. California and Texas
In Jacksonville with the and the consuming: public that it ,i ii
recommendation by Mr. Martin Ito obligated to place these facts
that no further penalties be. applied ,I before Its farmer pnWucers, and
t
I I feel that It Is Its duty to urge ;
Dissatisfied wits] the manner In great caution and hesitancy in
which the case Wit handled, fix I planting and planning for plantIng I
members of the local board Sub In the face of unannouced MANaearc

nllted their resignations to Mr price program . I' .
Ireland, who then suggested the "Be It further renrlved that until I
appointment of Roscoe Brunstet- the OPA the WFA announce
tar and Robert R. Taylor as a that Ih.d: will be no price' ,I j
committee of Miami Lions to Investigate ceiling on fresh winter vegetables I
tl and make recommendations or until they announce such
on the matter After hearIng ings as will afford an cell-I'
the evidence, this committee
, produce commensurate with the
{ recommended that no prosecutiontake hazards Involved we, the Floridavegetable I
place and on July 22 at a committee, must discourage }
meeting of the board with South, a contlrman-i:: of blind '
Dade Farms officials and Chaun ,action that may lead the industry 1
cey W Butler, state administratorof Into sub-standard wages or bank- "
the OPA, the board members ruptcy": -
withdrew their resignations >:r E of the Florida Motor line family Hold* Firm admiration for our p M.'" .t t

'.. ..' .. "" 1..1 ,,' Ing picture of field guns, tank, For when K come to bearing up when war travel omorgoncle end problem *r. ;;i
ITHI' ships and airplane ate not yet II i bearing down, they're 100 proof. . 100 per centl .1* feet, ai a group they are the

HOMEFROKT. In use Anyone who hot not received most cooperative.1;most cheerfully Indulgent feIb 8'. been.our good fortune to!;ft-. '

applying Book to III awayqbtiI the local aiotwby ration r Fewer conron&iMM have made lie rift U our long sd pleasant travel. rUtI mhi 'w .

-... -- ... .-...- ...... *:They accept wartime condinom M they we.. . refino isJi. their food AmorloM .":
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""""'""' "1 """ ""' 1 ""' n' ' preroqitlvo to travel how, whee" and where they phase, al It* the cause of Victory. { I.j.

TO START VSrO BOOK in ... tr.._ Florid Motor Lines passengers are flrfof their ..... oolon every drf that rob wot-no *'

Till first brow "point stamp ,I . and they MB depend upon FUrU Motor Lines to do it* "level boil by ..harry, ,

In War Ration Book III weal become CAB SERVICE I II to prove worthy of their continued god wi end byelfyieJDesaealeed'
valid Sev*. 1}. This stamp, ,

A. I* good for It points through i at reaaeoaMe rate B.. .......
Oct 1 Brown stamps will be. I I I II .
HOTEL H
asses valid on successive Sunday I REMAND PhOfte
and will always expire on the I i I Day Phone ............ 9108
Svtuftfary nearest the end of the 006.
month. They will be wed for rationing Night Phone ......? 389 lo 0"M oro.RIJNE

meat, fats oil*, canned :d
fish, cheese, canned milk,. and all HOKUTKAD CAB SttYICKr II
other .commodities now rationed
b. lefaa.r. hod.
with red Ump In, War c Ration I .
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Some day if God is with him, he'll come together every dollar you can-and buy an extra that's against the wheel.
worth of War Bonds! ,. in
[Eioine. $100 Thu'SIO. job REMEMBER TillS-you aren't giving your
the 3rd War Loan!
[And when he does,you'll get the biggest thrillo money. You're lending to the government for

[ your life if you can look him squarely in the It's not enough to buy your regular amount a while. And you're making the best investmentin
'l of Bonds. It has to be mart. It has to ba an extra the world.
[eye and lay "I couldn't help you fight-but"

[did, everything in my fewer to help you win!"

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[ say it. And that is to help him win now... WORLD'S SAFEST INVESTMENTS

[when he needs all the help you can give him. .- Me afterlOr"68........--...

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MISS MARGARET FIELD BRIDE-ELECT. .-.--- I LEGION AUXILIARY PLANS MRS. B. A. TIBBITS TELLS B. P. W. C,' ,
I' 'ENTERTAINMENT; AT t'SO '
HONORED WITH MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER At the luncheon meeting Tuesday 'I WORKERS ..NEEDED. BY RED CROSSMore

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-- of the American Legion Auxiliary --

Mu Margaret Field, who will Mn. H. U.Brown, Mfi. Alton I. plan wen made for entertaining help U needed by the president, presided the short

be married on Sept 14 to CpL X. Home, Mn. L. L. F1 UL-.Miai Thursday night at the South Dad chapter of the Red business aetilon.Th .
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C. Kirkwood at Scott Field HL, Miry McNeilL MUses Antoinette I.USO. Cross, Mr. B. A. TlbbiU, chairman hostesses, Mrs., TlbbiU and

wit honored by a miscellaneous and Helen Moye, Miss Mildred I Mrs. Wm. J. Geronimo, president told members of the Home. Mr*. Emma Boyle, served cake

shower given Monday night by Field and Miss Coldla Grennell. I Mr*. A. W. Hutchinson lead B. P. W C: sponsoring club, and fruit punch.

Mn. J. E. Close and Mr*. L. L. Gifts were lent by Mn.-'j! R. Mrs. J. A. Smith and Mr*. Geo. W. at the September meeting held at The others present were Mn.

Field at the home of Mrs. CloM. Pope, Mn. Earl Field and1 Mrs. I Turner were appointed In charge her home Tuesday evening. Green Rives and daughter, Emma

Min Field, her mother, Mn. L. L. Carl Field. of arrangement "Our surgical dressing room Jan. Mn, Ma Morris, Mn. Vlr-

Field, and her twin inter, Mia ranked third In production In gll Lyon and Mn. Ben Archer

Mildred Field,'who will be an attendant Dade County last month," she ...... ........
300 ATTEND LABOR DAY DANCE AT USO; ...u.............._.
aald: "More worken are needed.
at her wedding, left Wednesday
morning for Scott Field. ADVISORY GROUP FEATURES MUSIC QUIZ "The shelve of our sewing Your Dates

Much merriment wu evoked by -- room'on Flagler street are loaded With Uncle Sam

a game of "crow question and I II with soldiers' clothe to be altered ............-....................
Three hundred attendedthe I Mn. Chas. T. Wednesday -
guests Harper on
crooked aniwen" pertaining to I and there I*. sewing to be
Labor dance held Tues- and Mn. AL Wolf on FrI- '
the bride-to-be. Assorted Day i done for refugees. CLUE STAMPS: H, S and T
open
day evening In the USO club remain valid through Sept. 20.
face sandwiches and punch were day.At "Our Held work U one of our
house. the dance on Thursday of most Important services. U, V and W remain valid through. .
erved.
last week, sponsored by SI.John' I Oct. 20.RED . '
Besides thoae mentioned. other During the intermission a mu- "Lately we have purchased
present were: Mn. J. A. McNellL sical quiz was conducted by Sgt. Episcopal Church, the door three cribs to be loaned to .sol- I, STAMPS: X Y and Z valid
Harry Larkin In which entrants/prize, a box of candy wa awarded diers' families. Many more are' through CM '12. Brown tUmp A

were Al Santanlello of the Second to CpL Wm. Dummer of theSecond needed." become valid S4>L 12 and remains -
ilL AND Mtg. WILLIAMS I Oerondo-J. ? .
OTU Carl Brown, U. S. N., OTU Mrs Mrs. Herbert Katt, Ant vlce- valid through Oct. Z.
ARE HOSTS TO FRIENDSMr. Pvt. Mickey Smith of the W.C, Roman was general chairman and SUGAR: Stamp 14 good for five
and Mn. Dave Willlsm served a* a hostess at the door : pound through October. No.
and Miss Bonnie Groover of
MRS. A. S. MOPE GIVES
were hosts on Sunday afternoonto with Mn. Nettle Alaobrook and
I IS and 16 valid through Oct It
Homestead. The contestant were
a group of friends at their Mn. Chris Petenen. Mn. M. PROGRAM AT W. S. C. S.
required to name the tunes 1 for five pound each for canning.
home. Enjoying their hospitality played: by the OTU orchestra and White and Mrs. J. E. F'I Mn. A. S. Moy was In chargeof I II Housewives may apply to their

weref! Mr. and Mn. George Entail, their struggle for the right answers -,served home-made cookies a program on "Missions In I local board for additional ration
-i Mr. and Mn. Lloyd Field and I fruit punch at the snack Cuba" which I was presented : .
evoked much merriment. i necessary.FUEL
their daughter Robin, Mr. and Mn. E. E. Vlhlen was In char Tuesday afternoon at the regular Iit|
First prizes were won by OIL: Period S
Santa- couponsvalid
Mn. Cecil Dodd, Mrs Robert Mc-I I of the music and Mrs. C. E.' Sell- monthly business meeting of IM I I I
niello and Pvt. Smith. 80. Period 1
Leroy Miss Mary McNeill, Miser finger took,tart of the checking. I W S. C. S. cf the First MethodU through Sept.
Antoinette Helen and Sue May, I This program was arranged by Others present were Mrs Lawrence Church of Homestead. Mn Coo rouorns In new fuel oil rations

SKI. Roy Nelson, Sgt. L. D. Cro-, the Soldiers' Advisory Council of Pope and Mn. L. L. Field. Hanson give the devotional and pool for tpn gallons'esch.GASOLINE .

nover, Pvt. Gerald Powell and'I which the following are members: On Friday night, Mr. and Mrs. ,Mn. E. S. Caplinger also too'c I : A-coupon 6 good
J Pvt. Lon Chaney. Sgt. J. O. Bowman, Sgt. Rudy Al Wolf served hot dog and for three gallon through Sept. 21.

I I Melobreti, Sgt Thomas H. BosI limeade. I I part.Others present were: Mrs Casper ; STOVES: Consumer purchasesof

j MRS. FRAME ACCEPTEDAS !I tick Sgt. Frank Wyszomleskl, Cpl. Saturday's dance q. sponsored : William Mrs. Stanley Mat-j rationed stoves must be trade
'John Williams, Pfc. E. Raye'Ro- br the Redland Neighborhood! thews, Mra. W. H. Porter Mrs. H. with a certificate obtained at lo-
NEW RI: IKAIIIIIBE&: : I tella and Pvt. J. Marvin. Club with Mrs. Frederick R. Web. !! L. Brown, Mrs. J, -McNeill.: I IMn. \!cal war price and rationing board.

Mr. Pauline stew member Frame was of the accepted II The dance was sponsored by er and Mrs. J. \. Rotherham as! J, L> Ballard, Mn. George),, SHOES: Stamp 48 (In sugar
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erty Rebekah Lodge at the I.lb-1- the Woman's' Club of Hom..tead.1 hostesses Limeade and homemade I Smith and Mn. O. L. Showalter. book) valid! through Oct. ,3j}.
Iced cakes, sandwiches ,I cookie and doughnuts were i
tnt Monday night. I(I punch were served by, Mn. Walter served at the snack bar by Mrs. ,

Mrs Blanche Chapman made a I Weiss,.Mrs. Adrian Jacobs and Frank Belt*. Mri V. M: Grennell,] Jack
talk on "The Good of the
and after the meeting the Order''j, Mn. E. A. Buchanan at the snack I and Mn. Weber aad.Mn. RotherI -, Folk DIXIE DRUG'Johnsoa

"the :bar. Hostessesat, the door were ham checked hats, Mr*. Robert I
practiced for Initiation ceremonies -
which have been postponed 'Mrs. R. R. Kinard, Mn. Ont I,Crow greeted guests at the d Orj I Phones. SI and lit
0 0 Fitzpatrick and Mn. Chris 'and Mrs. E. E. Vihlen was In

Qtheri to Present Sept. 20.were: Mrs. Clara sen. Mrs Geo. W. Turner was H'j: charge of the music Mn. Fred.1 !"'" .. _.. ,.. fill"I ... n urri..
of checking and Mrs. was
charge ; Suber also present. t
Dixon, Mn. I. P. McLean, Mri. O.
land Merriam and Mn. E. E. Mrs. A. E. Paul wa hostess all'
II. Sullivan Mrs. Elmer Sullivan,
len dance the house lasts I .
supervised! arrangement regular USO open
,Mn. Boyd Cohernour, Mn. Aaron
*. Others present were Mrs. Sunday afternoon and served!
Gorday and Mn. Connie Joiner.
Larry Pope, Mrs. L. I,. Field. th" limeade and cookies to guest who|

Rev. Marvin T Murphy and 220 'came and went. i

MRS. G. A. WEST HOSTESS Miami girls who were chaperoned. , -- II i
TO W. M. U. CIRCLE ONE {by Mrs. A. Engler. 0 I The

Mn. G. A. Went wu hasten tol I Gala events are In the offlnj for I Calendar" j!
Circle One of the W. M. U. of the Homestead USO. it was
First Baptist Church of Home-1 cated by entertainment Indl-I I. Sept 11-USO dance. j I

atead at her home.on Thunday tions submitted to the Soldiers' I Sept. 12--4JSO opAl house

afternoon of last "Week.Musical Council last sponsored by the First Methodist
week.
numbers were played Advisory Church of Homestead. .. Host of Satisfied Customers Sing the Praises
The WACs a 'plrnlc I of Tested and 'Rexatl Cream ,
by Mri. W" Hatha.wtr.'andplant proposeo. Sept. 14USO dance.Sept Approved gypsy
mal. and ether suggestion were for I Class ;
l6-Gleanei'n'
meeting
were for entertaining Volt RRII MOM INS OISCOMFORM OF i
the soldiers lilt the TJ9O. few moonlight, pot. fall, Wild tot home br Mr*. Ldbnrf tiahnp.I
dances, and a. gala Jr. .SUNBURN HIVES
<:!" 'iro tad caVeer imed. I
Others present were' ,Trfnunred HEAT RASH -
B..W .:n, Mn H O Hat Mn. have Paul Jones numbers on by Altar Society of Sn, roil NON-POISONOUS INSECT BITES

h.-.Iey :.launders Mn Frank N. pus occasions' A ping pong tour 1 Heart Church. k POISON OAK POISON IVY

Irwin. and a \isitnr, Mrs. C. E. rtamont was suggested when'Mo Sept. IT-Game night nl f Sf>
WACs will challenge local title. Sept. 17-Meeting of Princeton
Cirtwrlght.
,j Another proposal dealt with holdIng SPECIM.Req. k I
Mrs. T D. Plebe had charge of Casualty Station. COMBINATION
ll the program fur Circle Four which an auction of small articles Sept. IS-Dance sponsored by CREAM
The various suggestions will 30, GYPSY
met with Mrs. Howard Johnson.Present USO committee '
be worked out so that there will < house with C
1ft USO Complete
Sept
were Mrs, Catherine open
be no dearth of entertaInment at Box Firstoid T1M150 \ '
Plikard, Mn. Julia Polk, Mra. A.
the USO, says Director W. I. D. I cotton LIMITED
D. Smith. Mrs. Gordon lve)', Ward. A *i
Mrs. J. Lee Smith. Mn. Pith and Mil
The First Methodist Church' of Ifiill
Mn. Johnson.
Circle Two met with Mn. T. E Homestead will sponsor the open i
Sae fill MaicoTiHAND
howe Sunday afternoon from 4 Mesh and blood News'fomtMRONTOT
Kirby and Circle Three with Mn. LUNCH
Earl Byrd. to T at the USO. The ret 1.r l CREAM
dances will be held
SaturdayandTueaday at our
Helps
keep
I
nights under the direction I '
lovely kinds
Mr. and Mrs J. H. Kitchen weredinner
of the USO committee On I IThunday. softer.smoother SODA
guests Sunday of Mr. Sept 16, the-Altar Se-j, I andwhiter
Mn/Waiter 'Wlsgln_In Miami.aOOj clety of the Sacred Heart"Church! FOUNTAIN

will be hostess at its monthly t3C .
dance tor the service 'meg andwomen. I REPORTTffTHEHATIOH

FDR"f': Activities night will,
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continue under: the direction :all i 1 1I
pending. ;kt_ 72 .
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"... ,..r savings 1- I
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Also; ralftlmowlD
into-weir bonds every SKATE : Jt.H S

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I j one in TUESDAY P LEA
lCientil'lC Supplement to

Or. Leonard >''. JlasVUGLASSES I .. IJ at 9:30: P. N. I l II All these'raw EaMMitiala-to-tooJ WortimeOiet. N

.u-w .. fie ...-.- I '.Health AvaIlable la Pore- p
spoo are ,
aMNy aaa .......... N I SkatingRind STATION W Q A M ::1 last Plenamin ...
I of
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l tk> ingredients.

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,September 10,1943 Fimm.'rPt T'I TF A T>FK AND ENTERPRISE Pace SevenAPjPgnpNAL

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Silver Palm Bov Wins

SOCIAL EVENTS I Sugar Co. Scholarship

.... ...... , ..., . .., .. J| CLAIFIEI) ADS

i Terrance Riley Myer, IT-year-
)ISTRICT WOMAN POWER SURVEY MADE 'old ton of the Rev. and Mr*. M. RAT1t: First tm 104 a line; sub equent fnieruar 1

I, UNDER SUPERVISION OF MIAMI WAC UNIT E. Myer of Silver Palm, has been 1. id a Ho t(
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awarded a United States Sugar'Corporation

results [ scholarship at the ..
edland District block leaden ,the while the block lead i University of Florida where he| FOR RENT WANTCD-Whlte or colored woman -

week are making a. survey of:tn.will pass out the sheet and ,will enroll at once to specialize In I of neat appearance, cheer.,
ROOMS and apartments Reuonfcb'W ful disposition, for generalhousework.
collect them
when filled In. l I
between agriculture.The I
i available womanpower ,rate*, hot water and show. Plain cooking
the age of island SO for aid In 1 Women who flu out the questionnaires scholarship named In honor| en. Palm Hotel. Florid City. light laundry small house threeIn
do not obligate themselves of the late Sen. Duncan U. Fletcher I
effort Plant for the I I family, Good living quarters
the "war
t to join some branch of service and the first United States ''on SALE
and board. Good hours.
campaign, requested by the ape. or to enter war work It wit senator from Florida James D.I' '
f IS meek. Phone 578-W-L
I Sal WAC unit stationed In the pointed out. Co-operation Is optional I Westcott, Jr, amount to (300 a t I LADY'S BICYCLE New tires. I per

! Seybold building In Miami, were and the result will be uaej: t I year for tour year, .25. Phone M after 8. (palO (a20-U)

)mapped out Friday at a meetln- to provide data for WAC enlist RAW TROPICAL TREES,"'shrubs, EXPERIENCED aitma to serve

|o the city hall of local block ment work and to supply local Free Methodist Pastor ornamental, palms. Phone Cal I dinner hour Good pay. Must
, l offices of the War Manpower furnish character reference Also .
corkers with Sgt Smith and Pvt. Given Reappointment kin,583-W, 2 oak w. of Florid
txrfaelle who represented Lt; Commission and the United States Qty. (j23tf) I smart colored bus girl Bamboo -

Myrtle B. )lArkin, Miami officer In Employment Service with figure. Mrs. Edith Tamblyn was Re :i Tavern. (;'ySO-U)
Ion' the womanpower labor..
'. Charge; > turned. pastor of the Free j' LOST
'. Under thfl plan adopted by the |serve. Methodist Church of Florida Cityat WA.NTED-Yard work. Reiunna-
IP AC* an) the Dade County Defense ,I The survey which will be com the annual Free. Methodist 'I LOST-In vicinity of CaYnpbelTi ble.' John Mclntyre Leave

Council, the service women I pleted tomorrow has already been conference which she attended. recently -I Filling Station Flagler ave, l word at Texaco One-Stop Station

rill distribute the questionnaires I i conducted In Birmingham, Atlanta In Lakeland. man's bifocal ,1I"ea. Rewardfor I (an)
leaders and tabulate 1 Charlotte and Memphis I return. Phone S75-M.. I
IM the zone
Miss
t' Ada Green of Vanderbilt,
FAT hens. 3, R. Bevlt, rear Leff
). Mich; and Florida City was ap- I PERSONAL store. (ditto

r Princeton Workers Awarded Servic'eRecognition pointed assistant pastor. .Miss i I
Green served as aupply pastor FREE) If excess acid causes yot

1 MOD Radio ProgramService during Mrs. Tamblyn' Illness last I pains of Stomach Ulcers Indl.I .
on
\ m winter. | section, Heartburn Belching WANTEDCOLORED

,Bloating Nausea Gas Paint j

ribbon for BOO or more station on Tuesday at a meeting get free sample, Udjra. a'Brown's MEN

f hours work were awarded at a of the Dade County Medical Society t.4tl'bt" Pharmacy. (poD:! )

. at Jackson Memorial Hospital .
' Sunday broadcast over radio station Homework WANTED I TO WORKIN
The demonstration,, which l'
rt WIOD to Mrs. Eugene Fon won the approval of the medical Got ,4P

taine, captain of Princeton Casualty froup, was made by Mrs.. E A '" / GUAVAS WANTED-Any quan- ; LAUNDRY
'
Station, and Mr*. Ceo H. Roberta, accredited Red Cross ''' tlty. Cables Canning Co., Inc.,
S
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IV II) P. O. Box 584 Coral Cables
IFlet' .i' ,
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Fitziptrick and Mrs. F. M. Kent,j first aid Instructor the Rev. W. E.
i I Phone 4-02S5. Our truck will
S station members. Myer and Eugene Fontaine Mr*. == 1 be at Jungle Grove Redland j Ne experience __r,.

r ".The new method ,of artificial Fontaine and Mrs. Kent also at- .. I Road and Plummer Drive, on i Highest rate of pay Time
respiration Introduced by an English I tended the meeting.
J I Tuesday and Fridays (sll-18)
demonstratedby | No and a half' for overtime HI
war doctor was meeting of the station will the t
t a crew from the Princeton be held tonightstne co re! Shovel PA y-u) to" m fcr"juntcan hours.

,, ;; t.: also farm machinery

, a... ................." ( *. Mr. Wakefleld Ald.j .0, Wolfe Auto Wreck In.. P. O. Bo)
i'Nn": NIA 788. Homestead, Fla. Phone FLORIDA LINENSERV.CE
A0Ir//OF
ABOUND
J j Each Individual In Florida I I.I I. 7Y ? M-J.. fJrlfl.tn:
I asked to contribute tin
N HOMESTEAD 1 being four

1 1I ...........................M......Pans each month, and each dwell. 1 LEGAL NOTICES
i Itl N. W MTH IT. MIAMI
Line- _
r I' ; to.give one pound of waste
:(c'('rtinuEd From Paw T-ree I fats during that period During ... I -cMTintATK or t'OMPOsATODIMaOLUTlON (Ask for Mr. Untanl

i p Mr. ,ani Mrs. Frank Slalllngs ,
- j jMayJune and July Florida IN TDK HAMS AND IITHI
and family of Miami were Sun|shipped Z.27J.060 pounds of tin "It's great to know I AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF
day dinner pete of L. C. AMrHi" D1t.Lt..IH1& WHOM
,cans tor the detlnnlng centers, and | THBH COMB GROVES WANTED

With Mia them MUfred:to Miami Severy for returned a few J'8 for,1O July pounds waste fats receipt were you re helping!" ,j i411119TINGe W. .. tfekblaa.' certify Mlaail thai, ab rise.._ :)HAVE CASH BUYERS for Urge

"days.Leila. ; j j W. a.UP.<...|.., I,. Miami Fla. I and ..malt'Irovee., with and t
Blare'of Moore Haven { ... Mlanl. ,... without home
re.
PUPILS ,H4 .. th. llth aw d irobn.a/ A. D.,
turned.to. her.home'Friday after!I "Sure I know Fin MO young 1111' muse40 4 N.srw.wt-d. ..der the SPECIAL, ORDER-One buyer

two-month visit with her onleand I 10 and be a Rsagtt 1 law bla.a W.. Oapwr IO M. La.. tliriarMa ,| wants about 20 acre In grove)
!I 'rv.rtniir| 'i1 f m;;; PII One carry scum A. of leek W. B. aoBBINI
ae I
1 aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Charta: 'like brother Bill but fan | a BON INC. a .- ''''. oil', Ha II I j i with nice home-.*nd about 20
Guard, :I j lurid; Mrs. Roth Scott, Miss VIVlnla j Uraxteal i |>la >> Oa. In Uw aiala d KUrU-. ami4fnattoa4M
Coanty
Stewart.. G. N. 'Wnkeneld. all the i. 1
helping same
I I
trand-' every .
Mr* Siaml.MatUo.vend I he --- the pope. d16n..f a.ld a-- with a portion of
daughter. little Norma Beaker Paul L. Worlcy .and Mrs,. C..lor.Loo.'rence iray I know how. Dad told ... *.. In tlih dam .a the SlkSa I glade If possible. Please write
.
*t cl A. D, KM a CnUSnu* at
?,I i phone
e Mn.',R. )4W'o tf n Pier". 1, Itnponto MOT to- 1 It '
I. B. EMEMON KALTV fO.
need for down '" AND nN ROOFING CO.,
Miss Pew Mills,. N. T.JfobJe. Nev KIn rooper'School'Mrs'W : cutting my end I 71 N. E. 2nd St. .Jr. I JH1
and; ,T. D. Hamilton Cape Sable R. Bird. Mrs Harry Cooper ,local 'phone calls. He acid ._ the eweer dawn d _. I Miami ....
Mr>. Virginia I Edwards Miss i Mary .wpcmtlon/ dM ra the I1M., alai of A-' .
"'et9.Suada,,,an**!* pi ..MfcrandMrs. due every telephone line was .a1. A. t>.. 1M*. r..w'ta see *M l"4106terse .

.. ; fit-CWr DecnereNeill t.Eula:frckson Ray, Mr Mrs.*. Ivan H. C.Moter Thurman, Miss needed badly by Uacle Sam ,\....>, ef* the Fkirfakt.fcenurr a duly of *.!"..".....vf....DM... .......-......--............
to Zellwo _
returned 'Mwlutlon >dhpl>4 br Wo .
f Monday after"a:w.ek,*:Vi. 11I1t"o. with. and Mr, J. C. Wynn. that every call I didn't make I...... .... _....... of era .n-ooc. CARPENTER. LOCALN.
.' Florida City: Mrs, Carleton IMM, Law ...* rh+4'. Am of IMS.kMrlim .. ISM
Shis familv her. would help win the war. the inw'...... nf ..rk in.
1:JTMrs. C. I. Guard and MII1cbarll'tte' Singleton Mrs Ally Worley. l 1.lima and tk> _...... d Pate It _.. MEETS FIRST AND THIRI
T Walker were week-end New faculty members are Mill "Gee, I didn't know my i-i"n the ,wi..e/nwe6. d ... be" I THIKSDAT8 I r, M

"guest., of Nathan Pratt Lake Stewart.former music director of calla would make say difference _ : IN W1TNE8S WHrRRor.': 1 >'. ho_ Lesion Hall' 8. X,..., Homestead
of Palmetto schools, who came hereto do. Dad I!ants >rt nr bond and k><. .' l'... the .....,e...,........................
OkechobeeWlBMr but they lure :
Or t Mai if 1' ft 'f F6.M.' .t
take the place of Mrs. W. B. i tM ( ::. ,ht.M thirty. .
*, Mute' Smith of Cambridge, telephone line and T.IMb.r. """ ' "'' '' "' " "" "
h N.... visited friends here last Mills who has a ;year's leave of says lInt day 01 August, A. D.. .A.1914.R. cy. : I
switchboards are*o crowdednow TUNE IN ON
week. absence; Miss Marian Diller of :.FRALt ternary ol

(,1----. Miami, graduate of Miami University that every call I make ls Ult._l'4St.- scat 1voririt VOICE OF PROPHECY

,5 JAMM ARCHER SMITH who takes the place ol to be dead sure important. TO CREDITORS Every Sunday at 12:30(
Mrs. Wm. Gee, transferred to a H TfTttn WJII.W1 AwD LOAM i|
HOSPITAL NEWSlilCpl "Mom and Dad and Sister annCIATION nr HflMFITEAD.i 'I W10n
... . Miami school; Mrs. Worlev. of ; : coiidTy Fi. iamA. vonm.INY i
Smith Center Kan., who fills a and the maid and the i nippnltrr"n s AND tn CLOUE i ,.i"..'u..mm.nnnunuun" ' 'nla''
one Tote AFFAIR OF THr ARfl.lr'ATrnw I
and Mrs.. Arthur Iley of Florida City vacancy.
whole of kids in i t'VPEH THK PRnvratOVa
gang my
f Homestead are the parents of a 4'T rw.rrrn SAN n'mox SPA IAvn I
daughter born S-pt' 4 at James neighborhood rre now do- eras .1141 aTATITB I.AW* 0", .
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T" P'rATw or .nIl'I" I f
"%Archer Smith Hospital.ft ing a lot less telephoning.Believe ''..riinwlee" RT MITT .nnP'l'tn: i

) Medical patients were Mrs.KennMh me, I want brother kr.nLt'Tlnwa A.." pn.P t ::: f.r.lE:: : 1Pei. I EXPERTBARBERING
Snrtaln of Homestead ReassurinFacts I a-wtr1ATT-1N" Awn "... I
and David Hiihuate of Orlando.. Bill back home and if cut tlovttn "Y iota MMI'TIOLLEII 0'

.'r Surgical patient Wert Mrs. ting down on my'phone call |' THr'n.l sTATe ri ;;.;.PtORin A.7Yris ,,'" I
PF.RrawuNAV
.Jane Knox and R. A. Trlbble Nt) AL I, NOr
will help bring him back_ I
Iit's | .>IM< t'R TTV ANDS AGAINST
both of MlamLTonaillecfI. v with ."tn Aaeor1AT1nN.Yaw. I Haired ._ .. .. >.>
} ..> were performedor 1 sure okay me. and _II d _. are ...... _r. I
Shire .._ . __ tot
Mal traaulr-4 M '
J. Lee Smith. Jr. of Home. "How about you? Will ar4
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1 aVrtraaa. arHMt mm::1ii7: ,
Shampoo I" Ia. N*
lead and Tommy' Royal of Na- help,toot I bet will/1 i.kj.l V iat .
you you j 1
ranja.MR.BASF.oBi.. I: rmnnwi non LOAN I .o'j Shampoo (Mra.il..t __ IV.
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N,e..trd. Dade Taaalr !
---11. W ....-. M... PMr6/d. and 1 1f' Slnie Ut
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,! I!Southern Bell Telephone ... 4. _. the snipe sad duly ..rr''t'
or-- ..e paid din-1.4 a_ Facial JtJr
...,."". ..4 AM 1h. ow. l. thaOda..j
f; AIRBASE TURN TO US and Telegraph Company :: 1s.toad, 11.d. CaM = All Facial rack ...___._? 736Combination
II Ivry ,.tote .he-a : h.. I Fight _, V
latNp .ud I I...... .. *
In the wake ,of sorrow we w'l'ives d II- 1% want b'w '
Cont'nuf't from P*- On> Lifting ,___ .- S. sad ,'Sod with' tM' Tone .. 0 .... __, :s<
bring help. ,.
assuaging wltltln r the date
: - ma F.a' '
IIlIn fronts, mnat not be Jeop- detail of planning and et, :i'; .R-0 r-htMatle ht .w Chats ; Mustache Trw .. -ttiseBUSII'S
stc zft bY tt>. Wick,. 't amstlnitlon rfction every from the shoulder of the ..., t'-. '....,,,,,.,,, .00.5 ttl) statute Uw,!I

and m..le-l wnHies that can family we curtail the coati wh'Upreserving I S. L KendrickJUSTICE .: .,t..,; Ara' a r>(',t Asst /0. fieardh.rl
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'b& 111I". "
Pn th e . beauty : w 1go nrm. I II.
lertsls" OF Till
4-s.< Mr Wakel'M. "
Provision hi been 'm'tJe fir1VSUWal would a friend. I I TEACE I I. ... nUl. r; 'IT.n ; :::;: I Barber Shop

aullecrons or the cant TurnerFuneral Birth Cert:fales ana>otherdoetunents .. .,. ,.....!. '. " .3'.0" 1
by from the acknowledged and 11 lt- ...
grocery
army trucks '
::..- :....:! ._-- -.--- OI P. City iun
store which are serving as receiving Home sassed

. depot, and soap man'e- I Odd Fellow VHt.. !I

facturen will pick up the fat S4.-"'. Amlnf1allr Kervlce I N. W lat IL, HametVaa. Ha ..\ :. ,1 r.1W'7 .! \. I e
whkh may aUo W Jefti at theY '. -.' n xnrttJtd .

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Eight HOMESTEAD! LEADER AND ENTERPRISE September 10, 194
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Good Buys in Homes, Lots

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Ten-acre tracts 'adjoining Homestead-no :
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better buys for returns on investment to-. **{
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,:.;, Furnished house in Homestead_$6,500.. '.: \.:, ; .
Half cash. J .
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House in Homestead $4,500caSh.,. ' k .

"'., ';.Ten'acres glade land on East Mowry'Road;': i. I

close in. All cash. .:'.,: '
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\' :' 100 lots in Homestead colored. town.'Inside l

lots, $150; corner lots, $175.


170 Acres glade land, close in.'Price right .;:
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for cash.

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., Two houses in Homestead, each.with two

,lots. One.at $4,000. One at $3,500 All cash.

Partly furnished house and 5 acres. 2 1-2 '

acres ploughed ready to plant in tomatoes

., or fruit trees. $3,000 cash.. .. !
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