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 17, 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: VID00612
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
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RALLYWILL Murphy to Head USO Sports Program;

Entries Are Taken for Tennis Tourney , -
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HERALDHNALDRIVE 'The. Rev. Marvin T. Murphy,'(will be staged on the city playgrounds Ministers to Receive Wag rate to be paid agricultural -
pastor of ,the Homestead Presbyterian |I adjoining the UO.. Ping- Increased Gas Ration! worker with rasped to particular
Church, has been placed in pong and tennis tournaments crop and areas in Dade
charge of a program of outdoor, which mil include Homestead Redland District ministers will a'
EFFORT recreation being planned by the girl will also be arranged. be allotted 10 gallons of gasoline County will be determined
USD for the'soldiers and WAC of An Inquiry to determine their for a three-month period It was special hearings called for next

;" ' Homestend' Field _' I recreational preference will_ .be announced yesterday. by Chair week by the Dade County Farm
The 'proiram' will be' initiatedsoon : circulated soon among Oil area nan K. X.: Carter of the War Price Wag Board; if was 'annountodyesterday

A giant war bond rally and pa- with a. tennis tournament,I and WAG at the air field, and due and. Rationing Board. I by Cbas H. tteffaiv. ,
lade.In,which the will Including mingles: and doubles for credit oa their I physical exercise Thla action I U ta line with the eouaty agent
wfthlnotoT army participate which entries are being.received requirement at OTTI will be given polio of the Miami board which' Mr. Steftaal will act as chalr-
+ vehicles, machine in person or by telephone at the I participant in these program, It graQtlnf, tsnubesal gasr Was ia conducting these hearings
gis aid airplanes is being USO. Small prizes will be says Director W: E. P. Ward. ollsne.snlbtrssea4 ) ,'Carter Mid.: set for It *. m. Tuesday Sept II,
planned**?Saturday, Sept 28, to awarded to the winners of two In his office, Room 1104 of the e.

}eerstd th..Da1.week oLhe$4 divisions experienced.. ,..... players.......tplu AxailFigs .Bleed.Rank. : Dade County court house, and .for
''< ';';wro;.drive; t bras ItamedJ'ftterdq. p4 1 beginner_ a 40 *: m. Wednesday Sept .:2, laJba.Homeclcad ..
Other recreation events planned .ait? lull .
Initial arrangements are: badminton. volleyball boxing -o'naFiddRe'sidentg'df'A-ref] ] Thirty cent an hour was decided
were made yesterday by ,MayorT.
archery, ping-pongsoftball upon ae a prevailing farm
I, Harris. and field contests, all of which : -;;;; on' I wag at a similar meeting early
The drive, won the joyous and Blood plasma Is now available civilian. ue Ur hand at last
enthusiastic support of one groupof from the South Dade Blood Bank James Archer Smith hospital season
Homestead citizens. The local C. OF C. MEMBERS to local people upon presentation Member of the central com- Members of the wage board
I negro lodge of the Oversea EkV to the Miami headquarters \>t a mittee from whom certification of ret John W. Campbell Carl Dp-
has purchased and solicited the note from any one of the central residence must* obtained are'Mn. : den H. O. Vance and Dr. J. G.
Du Pu' Jr.CITRUS.
purchase of $7,178 worth of bonds CALLED TO VOTE committee certifying that the applicant Charles Pope, chairman, Mrs I "
through the First National Bankof !II a resident of the Red. Wm. J. Krome, County Commissioner
Homestead, and celebrated its land District, Kit Carson, com- Preston B. Bird, T. J. Harris '
achievement Sunday afternoon ON FISCAL YEAR mittee member, said yesterday mayor ,of Homestead, L. R. GROUP
with a stilt two-band7' parade in An emergency stock pf plasm Backer, mayor of Florida City,
full. regalia. -- Or. J. A, Smith, Or. Carl F. Rob- TO
SELECT ODT
Member ef
the Redland District
The group did not confine its l Ifbn, S.. J. Lynch and Mr, Carson I
Chamber 6f Commerce will
efforts to members of the colored REDLAND LIONS, .
race, but enlisted the support of I vote Thursday night on.changingthe The Redland District, which Is AIDS SEPT. 29
whiteIriend "Why 'they bylaws to, permit closing of seated by the bank Is boundedon
even
WILL BE HOSTS
I the fiscal l year of the organizationIn
(Continued oa Pugs Four) the north by Perrlne and IU I -
October, at the
opening of the
vicinity and the Richmond' Blimp Thomas McGahey district manager .
winter season instead of In April AT ZONE MEET Base and on the,south by the beginning I I of the Office of Defense
as at present when the
season Is
ROTES PROVIDE closing. The special membership of the Keys at Long I Transportation, Is calling a meeting .
Continued of all local haulers,
Seven
has ( on Page ) growers
meeting been called by President
The Redland District Lions packers and shippers of citrus,
A. W. Lindgren for I m.
WAY STATIONSFOR In the city hall p. Club will be host on Sept. South Dade Farms Incudlng limes for 2 p. m. Wed
Other important matters also I the first zone meeting of the year I nesday, Sept, 21, at, Legion Hall,
when lone chairmen and the Homestead to select an area citrus -
SOLDIERSTwo will be presented to the membership Charges DismissedBy
1 Industry transportation committee
report Kit Carson secretary -(presidents and the. secretaries of
of the Chamber of Com- the five club in the Miami area Ration Board This meeting was originally -
set for Sept. 14 In Goulds
merce. will be special guest The Rev,
way stations, for tad convenience M. E. Myer, pastor pJUhe Silver but was postponed ..
of service men waiting Palm Methodist Church, win be -<:1w',.* of tire rationing viola. Representative citrus men of
for busses* hate been provided at Annihilation Seen the speaker,and *cafeteria lunch tlon against South Dade Farm, seven counties are expected to be
the Junction of the Federal Highway Inc, Homestead firm now engaged -
I* planned. I present to take part In choosingthe
and Campbell it by the Only Peace BasisInWarWithJaps C. W. Peters, Dade County representative In. extensive defense I committee which, when approved .
Homestead Rotary Club. Each in the state legislature tract, were dismissed by the con-I I will advise and assist the
station ha..a comfortable bench at Tuesday's meeting discussed cal rationing board ", ODT In directing the movement
sheltered by awning from sun. legislative acts of particular iit- hearing held Wednesday night of motor truck used in the transportation '
and rain. Utter annihilation should constitute terest to this area. At the hearing, department of citrus to and from
The project wa handled by the the only term of peace "One of the most important managers of the Miami Firestone point In the Miami are. This
community service committee off granted to Japan, Homestead Ro- works of this body was the act Store testified that a used tire area include Dad, Broward,
which Ceo. N. Wskefleld 1* chairman t.rtana.rer.. told at their Wed. establishing the port authority of turned in by South Dade Farms Monroe, Collier Hendry, Palm
and wa financed by Rotar- nesday' noon meeting by Mrs. the Greater Miami Area," ,said on the purchase of'new tire got Beach and Martin counties
J lan*. : .1 ,Clayton Sedgwlck Cooper, author Mr Peters, who dwelt at length into a batch of turn-in from Wilson One member of the selected
and Redland District grove resident on this subject and its Importance' Sc Hopper, a subcontractorof committee will represent the Miami
Association Receives who M the wife of a United : to the future of Miami If it 1* established -' South Dade Farm, through an area a* a member of the
Sealed Bids on Assets State consul lived) for ten i by a referendum this\error on the part of the store, Florida Citrus Industry Trinspnatatlon -
year in Shanghai and spent month. I (Continued oa Page Pour) Committee,

Sealed bid on asset of the much.time in Japan gathering material I Coach L F Jackson'of Redland.
Homestead Building and Loan Association for her later book on the I High School was a guestTOE.WEATIIER Local Schools Are Seen Unaffected
were received by trustee Orient I I
: at a special public;meeting. .; The,Japanese treatment of thewomen I By Florida Problem of Child Labor
Tuesday and Secretary Cha* O. of their own and Other bfIIoW.w.ehr ws.t rt 11.. e.ter..rn0Date
Tuner... Instructed to submit countries' It almost past belief, a.-- ........ .--... 'lor*: -

them to the state &mptroll for Mr*. Cooper laid. When the Japan max Hi*.: BatBat "In spit ot the local labor] structlon and the Florid Indus
approval. *** secured permission to psss shortage, Redlaed and Homestead trial commission to put an end to
The association has offered for through Korea to attack Russia Sept. 9 J 10 Se.112'.121| | Oil School expect no difficulty to II the Illegal employment of ehfI4.
ale to th* highest Udder Its retaamlng in 1M4, ah* pointed out. they Sept -UtllW .12....\ keeping students In classes UO ren.
assets and ha appointed never left I and Korea woman Sept 11 ..J. It | M |$J2| MI year." Principals Cart. Wagner and Both Homestead and Xedlaad
Mrs Chas T.'Harper, president !- were taken wholesale.into ala.f'I .- Sept II ... JttM'M| | .l, *MSeptlS B.. M. Madman said yesterday have followed a policy of cooperating -
and Mrs' Harold Sheffieldand te satisfy the lust of the Kippoa JjOlfiaM10MSept when iaterriewed cat the statewide whole-bearUdly with
NI\.; rBr,.trustees,'to closeout warriors., From one email 14 jttt( laUlMI| drive being conducted by the: grower and business men by ex*
it* llaIn. t (Continued en Page Four) Sept'IS ._4 q? | It |MB'041! Florida department of public In- Continued en Pffff Four)

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Palm Two HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE September 11, 1943 {

fi f/ Lt Clement Russell, al'Jll1l advanced training Center and: upon -1 Bonds Service Held

i *'. fighter pilot in the Sicilian area, graduation be will 1 be an expert In Goulds Yesterday ":
1'/,1 ha been pending some time at a radio operator.
OUR MEN IN SE''I'RY'ICE' rest camp after Intensive action. e I "
Mn. Lena Wortley Bondwtfof ,
... The camp U the former home of Lt and Mr. Tom Collins, Miss, Matthew J. Bond Of {It
L .. ,." '-1. a wealthy Italian, and it 1* really Peggy Reiser Miss Margie Boon died Monday at James Oouldv Archer :
mice; ," he said in recent letter to ant Lt Marvin Hall, an of Palm

: PURPLE HEART Bill Arthur Hays Part' ,his mother, "Mr. .W..H. Russell. Beach, were .week-end guest at i Smith Ice were Hospital conducted, and funeral Thursday servo at. 4 j
home of Li. Collins' Mother.Mrs. .:
In Sicilian Invasion the
I ternoon by the Rev Noah Peter .y
Nelson T. McCourtney formerly Eva Collins at Modello. I
r ion In Could Baptist Church J
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AWARD MADE o.a. I I
; of Homestead worn Into
Lt. (j. g.1 W. A. Arthur gunnery : was I The Naranja Chapter of the ,
officer aboard a U. S. deitroyer |the army air force on Aug. 2J, Ted Kendrick seaman in the' O. E. S, of which Mr*. Bond '1wa
and will serve in the capacity of U. S. Navy Mn. Kendrick and .
!
TO DEAD FLIER
; took part in the Utyaslon''II engineer for airborne engine their ton Teddy were guest a member at the-grove., had charge Burial of the 3senires "

-- I of Sicily and 1* now on .jIII'oI''McCourtney has had- long experience Sunday of. Mr. Kendrlck' parents In Palm Cemetery In Nannji was
1 ':Ju'gr While her, buscWst: in that line. He served a* Mr. and Mrs. Sid L. Ken-
Posthumous ward of the P,r* chief mechanic and engine instructor drick. who
Seaman Kendrick.
..ea. Mr*. Arthur I* making her': Fu-neral
pie Heart has been mad to Ma1 home in New York City < at the Maryville (Mo.) had completed: hip "boot" training -
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School of Aeronautic and t* cM. at Bainbridge Md. left Wed-
land District grove owner, who Lt and Mr Arthur recently Han instructor In aircraft engine nesday for assignment to a new hot, H. U Cowman. Tom Chapman
dM In action July 2* In the Chi-I pent four day In Lewes. Del, ,overhaul at the state vocational o atlon. { S. Sage: W. H. Owens; Wal-

: I DCM theatre ft war. with Lt. Arthur' mother, Mrs. A. :training school in Jacksonville, ; tter Peterson, U "H. Creer and. .

MaJ. Schultz WM killed when he:tY.| Arthur of Homestead' who wan,where his pupil were trainees of I Former Resident Dies ) Frank Walker.
stayed at the control of his visiting her parents. Mr. and Mn. the army air corps. From Aug i Mn. Bonds, who had mad her
bomber and permitted hit crew to 1 1W| T. Atkins With her husband' 1938 to Dee. 1939. he wu a At Home in Ifollywood home In Ceuld for the past 21 /

I ball out of the' plane which h1 who was.in Washington on bust.' 'vste In the Marine corps at Prl-j 'y.ars. leave In. ,addition\ to her,
run out of in while returning]| ness she visited the young couple,locka. Funeral services for Ishmael I. husband: two .daughters, Mr*.
\ from a combat minion. Hit copilot In New York and had dinner on . Brannan, former Homestead resident ' Melba Forrest and Mia Lent

t died with him. Mn. Anne-I the destroyer to which their son Adolph Lopez, former Redland who moved to Hollywoodtwo Bell Bonds, snd..o"t: grandchild,
Marie SchulU his widow who re.i ill assigned lIN |track star, Carl (Buddy) Llnd-I yean ago.' were held then all of Goulds; her mother, Mrs,
1 1Jahond. I . '
to Miami from Parrl Tuesday. Mr. Brannan, who wa of
gently came 'arftl, Jr.. and William McMI- I Ella M. Hardison Bryson. Ga;
S. c.. was advised of the JAP ritisov CAMP: :chael have been worn Into the 50 >ears old, died on Sunday at a five sisters, Mrs. Arthur Evans of

I details of the tragedy ty Gen.; Donald "Lonni* Smith. chief army air force and are awaitingcall Hollywood hospital. Burial took Gould and Mrs. C. M. Jordan,
( Claire Chennault commander of .nachinlit'i mate U. S. N., Is a a* aviation students. After I place In Graeeland Memorial ParkIn Mrs. C. Eo .GIII Mn. Harvey\

; the China air force, and Col Eugene -, prisoner of war Interned at Military five month training at an .rm7-1 Miami. Brown and Mia Linda Hardlaon! ,'
H. Beebe commander.Jile Prtson'Ca'mrf P. I, No. 11. !designated college, the boy win Ht i* survived! by: his wit.. all of Bryson; and two brothers. ','
bombardment group with which' Smith, a native of Princeton be classified' as aviation cadet t Beulah: a con. Jack' I.. of Miami: Colquitt and Minou Hardlaon, '
Schultz was tervlnf.Ma I end will begin their night: train- a daughter, Mn. E. L. Souls of both of Bryson.
and the con of Lcnnle Smith of
: ). Schultz, pioneer Pan Am- South Miami; his mother Mn.
2177 N. W. 63rd It.. Miami, I Ing.
t rlcan pilot and veteran RAF I reported "misting In action" eight was . |John I*. Brannan of Orlando: five Mrs. Raymond Benitez
fighter pilot In the Uit war, was * '' Mn. Lawrence Hanson, at '
aviation' month ago and no further word PIc. Siemund E. Wolfe. U. S. ( Mr Dies Her Home Here
a captain In the marine and *. Thos. Kelly of Orlando.
had been received until the arrival Marine who hat been furlough
: squadron at Opalocka while he Mrs. John Warren of CreaM_.
lived at hla grove on Silver Palm' of a card bearing Japanese I from .the Pacific with malaria I Mr* Raymond Hendry of Davie. Mr*. Rosary: Benitez, 78,' wife of.,
and of his admittfl Monday to the Opa- I I .Benitez of Homestead,
sir He was a member of Homeatead'i -: Ideograph !telling "internment was : 1 Mn Eddie Bal'1'701 Miami; and a Raymond ,
Locke Marine Pf died at.her home here
John G. Salley POll of the 1 Hospital. t American Legion and Instructed In the navy for eight years Wolfe, younger ton of Mr. and I Mr. Brannan was member (, Funeral services were Conducted
; : pupils In flying at the civilian Smith wa wounded at Pearl Mr*. Al Wolfe, with whom h* hag'the First Baptist a Church of o by: the Rev Marvin T: Murphyof
airfield at Princeton after he resigned Harbor and wa reported missing been spending a 30-day leave, had Homestead. the Homestead Presbyterian
I : from the Marine corps : after the surrender of Manila Bay. expected to return to San. Diego Church at 10:30: yesterday morn t
I Vprn telling his home here In Before Joining the navy, 'he -attended hospital where h* had been a patient Ing In the chapel of the Turner
, February of 1MO Ml). SchulU Redland schools' but wa able to obtain a Funeral' for }Mrs. Knox I[ Funeral Home. Burial followed ,'
. .. transfer nearer home. Held in Nahunta Ga.iin Palm Cemetery at Naranjo.r '
: was flight Instructor and part .
owner of the Maryvllle School of Mond Hayej} former r Mrs. Benitez came here 21 yean '
; Aeronautic (Maryvllle. Mo.) He Homestest boy who was graduated Aviation Cadet Archer Dodson The body of Mn Nan-y Jane ago from Cuba. Beside her husband
I left hit position! with the Mary with the high school class of ha completed pre-tight and primary Knox was lent to Nahunta. Ga.II she Is survived by a daughter. I
I III vllle arhorl<< for service In Africa 1631, hat complted.raJnln, [ flight training and has enrolled Tuesday by Turner Funeral Home Mn. Carmen Moore of-Home
and after that campaign requested course for military policetW, pt-the' army air, field "at Independence for funeral services and burial, stead and a son; George Bonitei s
'Kan.o: for lline 'weeo Mn. Knox. the wife of Frankle Birmingham. .
serVlM in the' AsiaLltJth..U"wIIfrI am) -BeatR, and bar rttunltCJ'lobI. I rol
he met hit death. station In Cuirport'Mis*?* ,of basic;, training. Hi record Knox and a former resident of
I Mn. Schultz and their three! *#&* ,there wilt determine whether h* Homestead died Sept 12 In a Miami ; Father of Mrs. Martin
III I suited for fighter bomber. pilot hospital. At the time. of her
sons. Edward, Jr. Michael and Edwar4irby
machfcnjit'i mate Dies of
; b David are living for the presentIn i second In : advanced training. Archer I.a Is death, "she wa making her homeat | Heart ..AttackI
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class the S. CoastGuard
the' Court son of Mr. and Mr*. J. H. Dod-, 2780 S. W. CtX it, Miami. I
Hampton apartments
W tatloned at Eau Callie. j Joseph Szetlay, father of Mn. !
on. Besides her husband, the leave
In Miami Bcaich and plan lOOn to He and his wife are making their i Zeke Martin of Homestead."died of j
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open the Coulda home of Mra.IIchulta' two children.: William Haines and
home In Ocala Pfc. Dickinson: a heart attack on Sept. I. at hl,
Sterling Lamar
Gloria Mae Knoll both of Miami 1
parent, .Col and .'
a *
Carl Schmidt Col. Schmidt Md.1 Jr, ion of Mr. an\l' ,Mr*. S. L; and t brother,J. T. Hamm of Wa-' home in Birmingham. Burial :
: Pfc. John Brown, of Mr. Dickinson !services. .wen held there ep..Sept. \
., hae bees at Parrla Island since I I ton *. I* taking aa Intensive verly, Ca. .
ahd Mrs. John Brown of Naranja. course Iq radio operating and I. f
war was declared, ha been transferred i
to Washington. 1 has completed 3S days of a Mday. mechanic at .Scott FieldHI, in Past tics attack by.eisg Mr. ald'fra.. Szettrv; .visited ..d
., ,. NLt : course 'In aerial ""'ner1 at order tot him lorc.l.u1JI ,a f,ee_<.,?... ........ year I frequently In Homestead and! left ;V"
Kessler Field Mia. PIc; Brown.WM .,member: 01. a '-flfhtlni"bomber r very seat ,.'.**..ateasar* hers ln_ July after a llIU!- 1OlIt>;j-:..} I,
4 Ferrell Reported formerly stationed at ,Miami crew. When this course is finished Few.*...a by yeas seer stay at the home of theft tonnr p
: Wounded In Air Combat Beach. h* will be tent"to'a more higher tt mt.. law and daughter. '4 i
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wounded in action on Aug. SI In
the Chinese theatre of war where

t ke I* serving a* Ant pilot.on a
Liberator his wits who U mak-
ing her home) in Lo Angeles was REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZERS 11

I advised. recently by an ollirialwire.

In a letter of Au. 28 to his
later, Mr*. S. L. Dickinson. LtTerrell -
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made no mention of h* G
wound but saidI am taking my .

crew up to a rest camp for a . .
\ week. It has just been opened ice I . 11
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l member of the air force and It I Is Consult about 'f fertilizer .
.
; us requirements : 1.1I
: your '
f a beautiful place. It i* situatedon :., .: I
the bluest lake I've ever seen.

and the fishing I* supposed to bexcellent for the corning year. .' I '
r We can also go hunting . .
and flatting and plan some I I

\ .I tennl Lt :ferrell. ." was recently award Due_ to government regulation and shortages I ,


}, ed and the We Distinguished Air Medal Flying for achievement Cron- J . '. : of several materials we will not be able 'to .. J'Y '

t ta combat and a pair of : .

r country Cold China wing for by his the service government to that of make ALL of, our regular mixtures.i But wed 1l. :- 1

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Lewis taker seaman first class. ', "-o our ,best to supply as near as ;

U. S. N1 In service In North

African water, according to a .' Ju-"ll1 need. V ,possiblewhat.r.
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recentfctuer. to his part*,'*, .Mr? % < -
and tin. C IX_Xnkeb.t Homestead :4" :; ,, \-J- :" : \ JP" \jT f
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Lewis enlisted In thvon t :;Ic.A'r. --t\ *' 'JI
Jaw 3ft. and after training, was I
given "a duty in May U* abode: '

an average ut 99 In hn training East Coast FertilizerCo.FRANK
Florida
10.court ranking ninth In a claw of I .

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I'leltUnll IR'dl Ruff .rwwter Telepgu111326 n. RL E., Manager Homestead. Fla.
master Rest -' .
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17 1943 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE: Pa
1 Mf and Mrs Leon Eturnette I MUM Mlltrd SJKj* returned guest at the horn of Mr. and
and children Leon. Jr. and home Wednesday afuTMsltlng a Mrs. Earnest NelU until her psr-
Robert t>f .Daytona Beach have few days with her Iu uncle, eats return to their home her*.
and ArounclHomestead been guests of Mr. and Mrs. O '' Mr and Mr*. Frank mild ,., in
A. West Death Takes Brother
I iMr.t.
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Of Mrs. Thomas Doyle
Mr. and Mn Johnny Martin otMiami Ronnie Cloninger. returned
home last week after a short visit
are announcing the birth
toy Hagaman of Long Island
with rejatjvrt In Georgia
of a seven-pound four-ounce
I N. Y. died unexpectedly Saturday -
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daughter, Patricia Anne, on Sept Miss Virginia Booker returned morning at tilt Long Island
5 Jackson Memorial I.
1 I at Hospital. her Friday from Orlando where home. Mr Hagaman who-was M
Mil Miry Let Wakefletd and I Mrs: M. D. Jacobs U spending I I''I she had ben spending the summer yean old at the time of hla death,
Mn Edgar E. Sullivan will arrive -I two weeks In New York City FLORIDA CITY with her parents, Mr. and was I brother of Mrs. Thomas R
Wednesday from Taylonvllte -! i 'I Bf Warrens livery Mrs.. 1.: H. Booker She will be a Doyle of W Coconut Palm dr;
,Ky, to be guests of their Miss Mary France Arthur returned "
uncle P. F. Ray, and their cousin -I Wednesday from Miami I '. ,
Mill Euli Ray, at the Ray where she completed a court innurses' I Mrs. W F A. Robertson accompanied -
home on Avocado dr. Mia training at Jackson Memorial by her mother Mra B.
Wakefleld experts. to apend the Hospital. ,Palmer of Cleveland O. whom
winter, here: __ I I she had been visiting returned
_____ '/ Mr. and"Mrs. It. R. Warren have''here last week Mr. Robertson Is
Mr*. Chat.'W'Camp will leav> returned to their horn lo Florida I visiting his son-in-law and GUAVAS'Want
today '(or a' month's vlall* hi City ,after spending the.summer!daughter' Mr and Mn. Rudolph
Washington, D. C;' and Chicago. in Ohio. ''Mattaon of Ft Pierce this week.
She will spend the Ant two weeks -
'In Washington at the home ot hereon Lake T. Proctor, dispatchingclerk Mrs Chllrl.-cunton of Key
and daulhter..II -\IIw'Mr:and at the Homestead post office, I We*!.vlilted her.fan l7 here sev to purchase in.
Mn Paul Camp and will go'from has returned from the Veteran el'll-dll'llall .week.Mr .
then to visit her sister Mn. F,. Hospital at Bay Piney where he I ---- ,'
J. Bylngton of Chicago ': was a'patient for'Nv.ral'weeks. i and Mrs. Harry Deglcr.. Jr., .. any quantities, top
and family of Toledo. O. are viaItlng -
Mr A ,.. Arthur returned Saturday , Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Graham Mr. Dcgler'i parents here.
price paid pound.
from Lew**. Del. where were week-end guests'of Mr-and{ per
ihe'vlilted her parents, Mr. andMrs. j Mrs. Carl Wallace In Coral Mrs. J. W Freeman and Mn
W. T Atklru. I Cables.Mn. Jack Freeman and children returned -
I j Wednesday from West Sunshine Products Inc.
Mr. and Mn Carl Anderson Joseph Mitterer returned J Virginia where they visited relatives :

have returned from;a two-week I .Plane,Monday from New Jer-1 '499 N. W. 79th St. 'Miami
flay In Hnderonvllle They sey where she spent the summer ,
Arbot'a; tranererred'
were'accompanled home by their "', G. M. eAM '
daughter" M l'talwho has spent I Mr. and Mn Gen Harper have recently to New Orleans. I a
most of the summer there with returned from their summer home|
her grandmother, Mn J. D. Redd'I In Jessup, Ga i The W. S C, S. Class met -
Mn, Redd will remain In Hender- -1 I Thursday night at the 'horn of
aonvllle for a while 1-nger Mr. and Mr A. T. TomerlinVand Mn R. Kennedy
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family spent the weekendIn
Mr. and Mri. t S. Menereau: Ft Myen
of San Diego, CiU are guests of ,
Mr Menereau'a parents, Mr. and 'Mrs: Roy ,H Alldred left on I
Mn Herbert Katz at their home Monday for a' visit with relatives
on ltedlendrd, In Montgomery,

Mn, R E, Edwards It visiting Mn:C. M Barrow has returned
relatives in Akron. from a visit Thomaiville, Ga

Mn Barney Watklns and her Wm. It Neeley la In Zellwood,
-. ton, Jimmy, ,returned Friday Jo Fla., on business this week.,
'. th.lr home In HatCesburg. Miss., J
I 'after a visit here with Mn Wat- Mn Clan: Andrews Is spending -
' klni sister, Mra B P. ,Webb two weeka In Nocate, Fla.
; with her parents, Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and. Mn Max Loaner left W H. Montgomery
Friday for New York City I _
-' Barbara Fitzpatrick daughter
Mn Anna .Backer moved.Wednesday of,Mr. an4..Mn.J'leo"H., Fitzpatrick -
I. 'from Modelto to her new underwent a tonsillecfomy
R home: In Miami Wednesday at St. Francis. hospitalin
Miami.
Mn A A. Koestlin of Bartow,
I. Who made her home here when Mn: 1.. W. Summerlin and Y
her (lunband was pastor of the Mn Vera ,Summerlin have returned .
Homestead Methodist Church. was to their home in .Dayton
I guest of friends here last week- Beach after 41.visit ,here with.Mr. 1
end. Her daughter. Mime Wa- and Mn H. Collier. '
netta Ko tlin.. visited[ at the home
of Sr:_ft Mlamf home this week. 'JIJ
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P ou Cart's' ; le keep the Stiri and Stripes fifing."Bslor 'regular bend,W'Cha.-many will have '

: h* left, h* told m* they le Invest thousands,
GOODS"with '
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are going le need n+ore *qulpn>*nt, Dent thl-n that what yen de Isn't Important

mar ammunition and more feed lr It will take all every Individual

r INVASION el enemy lands. V la America can raise le put this Ird War
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"The mere bend the folks at hm Lean ever the lop. Be bay mere bonds

buy-Ih* more lhyU h* helping a* out ol year py-eul *l xttt lacomat *-

tighten I*win.'thai"what Jimmy ald." el ",alnr.da.lIclal I ITh Igr

*zTh quicker yea d* thai thaMe*

haikikaa reanetf ad yi Srd War L.*a .! IS MUler.dollar ,..11 help Jimmy and our that boy
eeaatrjr with tanpreaervtstea.
i year today muff. produce the any smash through I. VUtaey.
There's a. room .1..'::
far the .Makes and the slew le py 11 base's*"medals ; << 'tutu. d* jya. say?. fee
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1In111I1I11I11ItIlUnl1! 1iill 111I pound baby boy at their home lab "wiped the date cleon", for agricultural'or domestic work
HOMeSTEAD LEADERAND i I I Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock." I i Chairman E. A. Carter aid ,children! under 16 must have i
i 'Mrs. Dan Roberts of Mdland I jyectarday that the board )h"<. Ito special employment certificate,
ENTERPRISE Years Ago I entertained a crowd of young :desire to engage in a feud with I Their combined school and work t
F"unM In 11 S 120 1 people at her home Monday night :anyone but is trying to doU leg time cannot exceed eight
In honor of the seventeenth birth- duty without fear, favor or bias hours a day.'Minors .
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b rib tor) ,",',+,1'I D.d.Ades PuIoIIohl..or at film. Cans.-y; 7be '.11..1.. ..... ., .._..1... day of her ton Maaon ." over 18 are not com-
I "It tw.-r ,.... was I. end wound "Mrs J R. Dorsey leave a surprise pelled to attend school by law but
H..Matd a.. ..,,_ ,... act ,.... ., Child Labor
OEM ARCRr.Rtr.id.at the Neen..Wd ......... faun".d Jon.It. party Monday evening In I those between Iff end 18 must
and Editor iris. and .rood o.'. sr, ...... honor of the eighth birthday of from Tag One) I have on age certificate before being
was the R.wwle.d .., ""., ......
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MAlJ"IRI& f.rACR ARCHER II. 916 Isla.giIIIIIISiIpiglilllflHllllllll. WI daughter I busing pupilsto work In times of
:-...,'''. E.awMARY and we feel sure that or in domestic service."
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aM society "Although lest than a week 4 AnnihilationContinued I us by not keeping one child 1' Parade (

RAE* and working through a temporary ( from Page One) out of school unnecessarily," Mr. I
... a Ilk' Hindman said.Homestead (Continued from Page One
I. Dede County 1 awn l organisation the South bade I
... Korean port alone more than a
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yes enrollment of 504 sold additional bond said
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0.,140 .T Dwk Camtrwl MM, I1.HIMI Chamber of Commence has proved thousand women a month were'I i
I Stilt i ,... sse*. Its ability ai a go-getter Half shipped to the Japanese soldier pupils as of Sept. )i of this year one of the bank officials.
fob" man .n hour after the temporary organization brothels Tour-fifths of the arable' tops last year's figure of 497 In What Homestead's men In serve
Rotund is as tots.owed.t uw Part had been formed, a spite of'the fact that so many boys It* think of the importance of
land In Korea ws'-etied and: '
:= . Yh"Id., under ..,: = :: committee appointed to wait Upon I are In the armed, services, It was the home folks' buying all thy
over to Japanese farmers. i
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I the city council' of flomasteadj pointed out by Mr, Hlndman.. : bonds they ,possibly cpn, Is Indicated
---------------- II Japan wanta China' coat Iron I \
I returned with the report that thecouncil and enormous potential This year' record chow 232, ',In. the following excerpts
!, these days, are had voted one mill to.be Mrs. Cooper said. The manpower Japanese -pupils enrolled at Neva 'King I from a letter written by class'Y'Y'YIJ.
trying to think ui In to right living placed In the year's budget to assist warlords' .have estimatedthat Cooper School. 227 It Homestead 1 l I GodwIn. signalman third

But they've got It the wrong the new chamber of commerce [ China;,conquered: would fur [High School, and 4S at Florid I'I S. l'J.. now on battle duty somewhere
In advertising Homestead City. Last year's figures were In the Pacific to his parents -
around. We wlllltav. to live nish them with.an army of 49
way : This money, amounting to nearly 223 at Neva King Cooper, 23J atl{ ; Mr and Mrs. R. U Godwinof
thinking ,million men- -enough to proceed
ourselves Into right high schoo and 42 it Florida Homestead .
1'2.000. will be turned over to the !with their dream of ; City :
Chamber of Commerce. The world the One hundred ninety-five students ,I "Mom, t have Just come in from
conquest by \
People, like boats; toot loudest! committee on constitution and bylaws race rentua'i 1 have.registered at Redland. liberty. It I* late and I, should
when they're In a fog. la made up of Wm. J, Carter The guesf'speaker v was ; High'School, and 3H at the elementary -_i go to bed, ,but t. read) your letter
school, it was reported,about asking me, what I
Ben Archer, Newt C. Ball, panied by her friend wanted
There li ;; relationship be.I H. A, Cameron and W. A. Jones. Ryan.Charges. by. Mr. Wagner ... . tor .Christmas, .tried to go to
tv/ccn hard work, a' light, heart: The committee on nominations I They explained:that the::State.,: sleep but'I.i ta.I&trees ItHs WOT.. v
i. id a clear head. consists of Edward Stlling. E. HCallaher liras, ,among other provision, rK,ikying, me about .that' Christmas
G. W. Moody, Sr., Dismissed) 1 quire employers hiring minot to[[present .
They say ")'Ou can't change human M. Bradley find A. R. have a certificate for each child "(t will take only, a few word .
nature" That' the grandfather ',,!n. ." W'I (Continued from Page One) 1 employed.The certificate maybe to, tell you what I want-it will

of all fallacies--the.standby ". .'. The town council of which was.servicing. both firms at obtained from county school''make' me much happier for you
of standpatters-the alibi'of Florida City voted to Include in the time. i superintendents by the minor who to take the money that you wert ,
b/t"killd.rth. foundation of the The board,''also dropped two must be accompanied by a parentor going to buy me a present with
Its budget for
",5tn ." one troll a publicityfund other charges which South Dade guardian. end buy war bonds-and keep on
I to b. turned over to the
South Dade Chamber of Com-Farms and .its attorney suggested "The county superintendent determines -buying them. .1 know that if you
They say you should "pocket ,night likewise have originated In I .that the employment Is buy bonds you are not only. buyIng -
your pride. Nonsense. -throw I merce. Approximately $500! can.imilar errors*made in good faith not contrary to law before issuinga me a Christmas; present, but r
be expected from this ,
the whole darn thing away. committee :was Informed.source. ."thl'l ly employee of the. firm or of certificate," they. Mid. "Children lino all the boy who e/e in uniform
servicing station; whl h't ey. patronise. under 14 may'not leave school today It win /help' (.is all .1
1 To occupy people's.territories I Is "The board of county \ The: firm argued, howeied to work under any :9.itlon'r and to': come home aponet. ',; r ,. .
not enough.. We must chart. Into. toners granted (3,000 to the!)'. .. atcorieideie8.\ "; : Chlldrefl.! 14 to..;.!,|naj..obtaV.epploymentcemfloatts -,: Ii efl t.tat. ., (
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their' hearts and minds: I Smith bade 'Chatnberdl L'dd ,*, b.. : only in cases, ptes ft",N11 b'y,lt ,
1'IIf't't't'Wedneeda' )' morning ." \ Infraction antedated the 'I' of urgent need. ,(a* mask, a life belt, a helmet, or
Unselfishness! will work whenwe "),It. and Mr*. Fred fitchs are:July meeting at which the board For work during out-ot-schooli tome medicine, that, will keepWe've o
begl*! to. work'unaelfishly happy over the arrival flA tftven*e' SouthjIfettS arms offlc- hours ,vpcation aercjpgaoept ...
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THE of the war increase the safest investment in the world. That they '...
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out for INVASION, we folks beck So now-today back the attsck-with War:
home must mobilize in their support. Bond.

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'WAR 'I* lor e I1.ted Sow War Savings ......". series Tt gives! fnnbu.k
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It JAS. WOLLAM WEDS VIRGINIA BROOKER 'MISS MARY ANNE BROWN MARY FRANCES ARTHUR TO BECOME BRIDEOF
I HONOR GUEST AT DINNER
IN SIMPLE CEREMONY AT SILVERTMlMMr Miss Mary Anne Brown" was*. EDMOND EARL PACETTI ON OCTOBER 2

--- guest of honor at a birthday dinner ----

.. Virginia Brooker and and Kendrick has made his Late given Thursday evening 'at Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Arthur are I ago. He received his boot trainIng -
united 11I1 here since 1(17 and is a graduate the horn of her parent, Mr. And at the former Royal Palm
James E. Wollam were announcing the engagement ol
of Homestead school He.WM Mrs. John Brown In Naranja. I tfluB In Miami, and Is stationed
marriage fcy the Rev. Harley I inducted in the army In May of Cover were laid for Miss Mettorle their daughter, Mary Frances, .to for the present' at' Tavernier.REDLAND.SUNDAY .

Core at I:SO p. m. Sunday In the 1(41 and given an honorable dls- Fogl. Miss Mary .. Mitt' Edmond Earl Pacettl of the U. &

Silver Palm Methodist Church., charge this spring with the rankof Brown,1,1 Murray K. Jacob, and I Coast Guard son-of Mn. Earl J. SCHOOL

Attendant were Mr. and Mr*. atrgeant. He is a son of Mrs, Mr. and.Mrs. Brown and* their Pacettb The wedding will take HAS.WIENER.ROAST fRIDAY

Orlando WelUm, brother and sin.I M. P. Wollam of Homestead. little daughter, Nancy.: 1 place Oct. I In the Homestead Forty-five member 'of the Sun

Presbyterian Church.MissArthur day school of.rUdland Community -
ter-tn-law of the bridegroom.For
the ceremony, the bride I l EVERETT WALTER SHULER IS WEDDED I II wa graduated this Church enjoyed a. wiener
I .from the nurses' training roast and last
summer swimming parry
wore wheat-colored crepe frock MAY DAY OP UMATILLA
with black accessories.Mr. I TO MISS ELSIE ; school at Jackson Memorial Hoe Friday afternoon at the municipal'
-- !. She I alumna of Homestead and.
and Mr Wollam Immediately I pita M park pool.

left for a brief wedding stay Homestead friend learned this The bridegroom la a son of Mn High School where the was Theouting climaxed I month"*

at Miami Beach. They art makIng I week of" the 'marriage of Everett Fannie Shuler and I W. A: Shuler, president of the student council attendance-contest which the
their home with Mr. and Mrs. Shuler both of Homestead He '(tended and of the senior class. adult: *n* primary group were
Orlando Wollam on N. W. Fourth Walter of Homestead ,and Homestead High School and at the Mr. Pacettl, also a gradual of pitted 'against the ,Intermediate
MIs. .Elsle of, Umatllla Homestead School,, In'I 'and which
it. until next month when they; May Day University of Florida, from whichhe High 'was department, resulted

will move Into a residence! In Flak In Starke Fla., on Apr. 7. The obtained a Bachelor of Science ducted Into service 13. months in a'de.I .

Manor.Mrt.. i ceremony was performed In the degree In June hi* 'experiment '

Wollam is .a daughter of,,courthouse by Judge ferryman.' .1I in horticulture were of outstanding I ENSEMBLE 'GROUP, PRESENTS RECITAL
M.... N. A. Bush of Byron. Ca, I After their marriage each returned .1 interest He Is ,now taking
She was. graduated from Byron I I to It'hoolhl to the FlorIda ! gradual work In horticulture and j'j'I IN HONOR OF COLLEGE-BOUJND MEMBERS

schools and had been employedfor State College for Women In : awaiting call Into active duty In ---. It

the past year In defense work T.llah..nd he 'to the University -' the navy. He enlisted In the naval A small group from the Ensemble i('"First Movement of Concerto Q?
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In Macon. I of Florida. reserve mere than a :year ago and Class recently gave an Informal (Soitz)-Ruth Ratland, Mr*.

Mr Wollam, head of the Homestead The bride received her Bachelor expects to go to. rrddshlpman 'recital at the home of Mn. Fitzpatrick; "Shepherd Boy" (Wilson .

grocery firm of Wollam of Science degree In June and' school. R. H. Fitzpatrick In honor of ), "Argonalse" (Massenet
I since that time has been with ber The bride has friends
among Misses MableRuth Pope HildaDodson Anne Shackleford; "Poet ..ndPeaa.n'
MRS. 8IIANKLIV NAMED husband in Gainesville. She Is on I Homestead's college contingent France Rutland and (Von Suppe-Ruth Rut-

CUB DANTE CHAIRMAN I the state experiment station staffIn I Both are' well known and well Dorothy Moon, class members land; "Rustle' of Spring" (Grieg)

Mrt Irene Shanklin has been' charge of the station's de )'drl. I liked on the University .of Florida -; who left Saturday for enrollment -Ruth Rutland; "Waltz in' E

named chairman of the dance to tion project. I campus. at the State College for WomenIn Flat" (Chopin) Mable Ruth

be given tomorrow night by the Tallahassee Pope. ,

Womim'i Club of Homestead In ALTAR SOCIETY ENTERTAINS AT USO The program was a* follow: Other guests' wen: Mrs. J,, H.

( the clubhouse. Mn. James L. Waltz ( O.y nor >)> Nadine Dodson, Mrs. J, R. Pope, Mrs. T. c
Bird wilt be In charge of arrange t WITH USUAL PARTY FOR ENLISTED MEN I I Ruehle,. Mr*. Fitzpatrick I ; "Down C Shackleford, Mn Jack Polk,

manta for the dance of Oct. 2. and T I by the River" (WilliamsFloydHarden Mrs Victor Jqhnson, Miss Clarice

Mn. Burley Dondy ,will direct I La t.rnfht, the Altar Society; of i Miss Sue Moye, Miss Barabjra'I I' ; "Two Little Thumbi" Dodson and Mitt, Mania Terburg.Or. .

preparations for the dance on Oct. Sacred Heart Church laintertained!I; William and Mill Leonora Wil- | (Wesson)-Victor Johnson, Jr.: .-

18 The appointments were made the enlist*? men Khe'tSO.' j I IMn. Ham Special visitors were Mri "Music Land" (Williams), "The
the meet- (Wishing Star" (Williami-..Jeainette I Leonard W. Haskln '
Monday night at regular I Adrian Jacobs wart general ''A. A. Koestllne of Barlow and

inn of the group when Mn Adrian chairman of Tuesday' dance 1 (Continued pn Page Seven) |j Johnson; "Trotting Pony" **...."..,;. hi eve Ir..lnl_
Jacob and Mn. E. A. Buchanan 'Mrs. Robert Crow and Mr*."Marl-' (Watson) Joanne Harden; ,,,'". Suit lU ...... tl

:were honieasea. v lyn Olsen served : I"Swallow "Laddies and Lassies"I
.fruit punch and CATHOLIC WOMEN NAME GLASSESs IN'
After t the f buanett'sheeting: cookie at the mack bar, Mn.Oeo. ./SLATE FOR RE-ELECTION I (Gaynor-.-Nadlne Ruehle; "Ma- '
keen was played and Mn. T. J. trlnes Hymn" (tr.diUon81)-Ra. b. I. rises es .veal ". :y
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Turner had 'leMari. of'
All officers of the Altar Society Gasket. Air" a..ta..e- '
Walker'made high acore and Mn. ;chel, Do4son: "RondQ?" (Dlabelll) ._ _
checking, for. !:. E..VlhUi supervised I'of Sacred Heart Church were! | <_ T '.
Dendy, low acore Cake and the music and Mri,.'' Harland nominated for re-election .t.:|I I-J.ekl. Pope, Mn. FltzpatrlckM;

punch were served.Othen Merriam'was hostess at the door. I
meeting Sunday morning In the!
1 present were: Mri. R. O. I .
rrohwall Other assisting Included Mn rectory. Election, will be held I: ; "j\\
Mrs. Olin Wright Mn. '
Fred Suber, Mrs. Vincent D. on Oct 10.
n.:. Kinard, Mn. H. H. Foulk., Maria, Mn. Lawrence Pope andMri. I The nominee include: Mr.I i .
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Walter Weiss, Mri. P. J.: :
'Franklin Paul Loaner. Charles Pope, presideqt; Mrs. DIXIE DRUGHoward o' :
and a guest Mrs. Dorothy Cookies, cakes, assorted
sandwiches I Jack Cadway ,,1.e-presldent1;j
; Williams. and limeade Phone It and l 1 ii
were served Mrs. Stewart Springer treasurer
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by women of the Flnt Methodist Mrs. S. J. Lynch, recording secretary : .'"
TO GROUP: HOSTs Church of Homestead at the open ; and Mn F. A. Minnerly,, 'A WORD ABOUT OUR .
DEANERY ON. SUNDAY I' house Sunday ,Mrs. Daniel 'Williams I corresponding secretary. .
The Young Peoples Service I II
general chairman wds'as-
League >f St. John's Episcopal listed by Mn. C. H. Otis, Mr*. H.I I FORMER WORKER PRESCRIPTION SERVICEThe J
Church entertained the Deanery L, Mr WELFARE
Drown. .
Casper Williams; TO MAKE INDIA '
I Resell Store U )justly of inpretcripiion
last Sunday In the burch her Dju| proud
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Mrs & F Matthews
Mn. J.
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Mrs W. E. P Ward will\ speak
More than 10Q young people of th..1 sank'. It die most Impor- _
McNeil, Mn. Ivan Mosef, Miss on India at a meeting of the W s. i : _
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Service Leagues of the Miami Mary McNeill, Miss Helen may, C; S of Kedland, CpmmunltylChurch I Ii ant department I In our Only opible 7',
and Key West areas were In aitenduttcp. ........ . ? '< licensed phtrimclin nurtjihepurcH.offull ,
I which
be held
at
will
\ : il'
I
mueiuU,
i strength compound font prefer ipliol. y
MR. next at the home I
AND MRS. LITTLE: p. m. Thursday .
A aer>lc& o/ evening prayerwas . .The next lime let the Retail DrugStore
GIVEN HOUSEWARMING of Mrs. Frank W. Stillman on
held at 4'SO I .
by the
rector : sere '0\1
Coconut Palm dr.
Mr and Mn. John Little Wen
Dr L.
A. Burgreen, and a
given a housewarming their With her husband, who 1* director -
by I, - -- -- "
sermon was preached by the Rev.
friends on Thursday evening at of the Homestead USO ,
I
Rex Wilkes. of St. Stephen'sChurch OUMT IIKII's
run
in Coconut Grove. The their home In McClure Manor. Mrs. Ward spent If :years In welfare I VIHtlAMD TONIC
r Mr. and Mrs. Little work.in.India tinder the auspice PETROfOL79c\
were mar \
League of the Church of the Holy
ried last spring and recently of the International Y. M.iC. i Stimulates
Comforter of Miami entertainedwith MINERAL OIL
I moved to Homestead. A- appetite. Al- $1.19 ..
several musical number and
aids In
a short skit on radio entertain. Guest were: Mr. and Mn Cecil I.....................................I so utrltitnalanemia. RQH
ment. Walker, Mr. and Mrs: George -
i Your Dates .
,Campbell, Mr. and Mn. o1B
host Luncheon was served by the Estell: Mr, and Mn. A. T. Tomer-George With Uncle Sam 1 1i. pits: LIVERt RTA'Ki 04p

group assisted ky the woman's ,ln.| Mrs. Lawrence William, Mn .................................... I E 0
auxiliary of the church. At e Sau
George Lorton, Mn. Lee Freud B N
,
the business meeting which followed i. BLUE STAMPS Iii S and T: two AAAre
Mr C. W. Little, Mn. VerllnSliemore
1014511
the luncheon a clip was remain valid through Sept. 20. Is
awarded to St. John'i League for i Helen Tomerlin, Elsie l U, V and W remain valid through IrakAra
TomerUn, Howard Little
Carl
being the best In the Deanery dur- ,Oct. 20.RED .
Jng the past four months I La ton and Roy Cecil and Bobby I STAMPS X. Y and"Z valid'! IntAjaiJ 'trJ' ,

Walker, through Oct. J. BROWN stamp piJ'S *tl>ag "
.j I Sending gift were: Mr. ndMrs I '
LOCAL DCMONSTRATiONCLUB A valid through Oct I. :4'
,. C. W. Little. Jr. Mr. .IItId : 85S&r. aii
RESUMES: MEETINGS i SUGAR: Stamp,14 good for ..
Mrs J. H. Dodson Mrs. H. E. Red. avel' -
After summer race,. the pound through October. I ;8sMitn0'1 !!-<
In Mrs. Bessie Kemp, Mrs. L.-S.
Homestead Home .Demonstration ; :11 ind tt valid through'Oct. II as* ..:
Mowry and C W. Little, .
Club will hold Its Anal meetingof I for Eva pound each fof canning.! I;)

the fiscal year at I:SO a. m. r !Housewives may apply to their I '

:Friday Sept 24 In the Future local boards for additional ration}f : i
i Farmer clubhouse. The new "C'01ftIm81tIIO I it necessary. **
afi&h
I 'year will begin on Oct L ROLLER SKATE I: FUEL OIL Period 8 .coupons)

A drive for new members Is ,valid through Sept ,SO. Period I

being launched at this meeting' IN COMFORT coupon: la new fuel ell ration

and women Interested In canning.! ........ 'iM toll.. P. M.r1 good for ten gallon each i&"L y- .y

sewing, home decorating and like ......Ls .ayes ant .. *.. GASOLINE:: A-eoupon < good I] ..qe
mibject are Invited to enroll with I
for three gallon through Sept.

the local group. The membership Venetian STOVES: Consumer pureh r,
tee Is IS cents a year. 11.1
I A
of rationed stoves must be aPPIY )
'
CpL and Mrs Robert Sayert of Skating Rink with certificate obtained at t to t:

Miami were) dinner guest of Mr.I I cal war price and rationing board.

and .Mn, John Oadway on Satur- ITM t. w. aria AM* inset SHOES; Stamp II (In sugar

\ 'clay. book) valid through Oct, SI



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September 17. 1943 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Page Seven


" 700 Return Completed Questionnaires ':tog sought tot the white nursery
school, and working mothers arc

" In Recent Survey of Area Womanpower 'youngster urged Immediately from two to to enroll six year their CLASSIFIED ADS .1

'. ------ lot ''1e. Registration are still being )

F Nearly TOO women In the Homestead Mn W. W. Bethea of Princeton. accepted at.the Red Cross JUTS: rim Insertion 104 a tat; subsequent InaerttaM

area between the age of 19 assistant zone leaders. sewing-room on S. Flagler avt. 54 a "line

and M AIled out and returned thj Sector leaders who directed distribution The site tentatively chosen for

".' questionnaires presented to them I of the questionnaire;the white nursery achool was In- ,FOR RENT WANTED-White or colored woman

by block worker In the recent through their block leaden were ,spected by the group Tuesday *. of neat appearance, cheerful ,

y womanpower kurvey, It wa reported Mn. Ceo:. N. Wakefleld, Mn. j' ROd-.!$iinH apartment Reasonable disposition fur general

yesterday by Mn. J. F. Howard Johnson Mn. Emma:Tests for Tuberculosis rate, hot water and how. housework. Plain cooking,

Hammett local tore leader of the Boyle Mr*. Sam J. Davis, Mrs S.I To Ik Made at Perrine I ere Palm Hotel Florida City light laundry, small house, three

block plan.A J. Lynch, Mn. Don Ferreyra. Mn I I In family. Good living quarters .
IoU'.
break-down of this figure Clyde Nell, Mrs. Flora D. Myers.I The tuberculosis trailer of the I v af FOIl SALE and board. Good hour.

bowed: Homestead 277: Prince-' Mrs. O. W. Calkin. Mn Wm. ]|Florida Board cf Health will b,1 tit per week. Phone S7I-W-I.
I N. anJi.Ad Modello. 225 Lounsbury Mrs. W. EasonJ RARE TROPICAL TREES, shrubs,
ton ; : H. ,[tat the Petersen packing house in 120-U)
Redland 94. and Tlorlda City 91In. .: Mrs. J. M. Holferty, 'Mr*. DanWilliam .Perrine on Monday, Sept 20 for ornamentals, palm Phone Cal-

, arranging for the survey to I and Mrs. John Brown.'!the examination of both white and 3ty. (JJ3U
i.Uler'lata for WAC enlistment hour. Good pay. Must
colored
persons more than It
' work and to 'supply local offices I Ii Chas. T. Harper was hostel I yean of age. LOST I furnish character reference Also

p i of the War Manpower Commission Mrs M Wolf served delicious The white group will be cared smart colored bus girl. Bamboo .

'I..<' and the United State Employ. pies to USO guest on Friday. for from 2 to S p. nv, and the negroes LOST-One "A1- and two "B" Tavern. , rhent Service With figures on the from S to 6 p. m. gasoline ration books, O. 1..

womanpower labor reserve. Mn: .. f yPafford. Florida City. (pot?) f WANTED-Yard work Reasona\
Hammett was assisted by Mn A. The Calendar' I ble. John Mclntyre, Leave

E. Paul of Homestead, Mn RoyS. '. JAMES ARCHER SMITH: PERSONAL I I word al Texaco Om-StopSta.

' Chandler Florida City, and I Sept. 17-Game night at lTSO.I HOSPITAL NEWS I. lion. .(327)FAT
.
If excess acid causes yoi
1 I Sept. 17-Meeting of Princeton I- i hen J. R. Bevl Infrastore.
1 pain of Stomach Ulcers, Jndl.I I our
Coxswain and Mr
MeLcroy
I; SOCIAL EVENTS j jr I Casualty Sept. 18 Station.-Dance sponsored by 1 are the parent Robert of a ton-I ,igestlon, Heartburn Belching ''I (dlttf)
Bloating Ca Pain
USO committee. ([born Sept. IB at James Archer'Smith Nausea I' NOTKB Of AFPIHATHIN Yell
j 1' get free sample, Udga, at TAx "KID
,. (Continued from Par ,4Ic\ Sept. 19-USO. open houre. Hospital Mn McLeroy it Brown' Pharmacy'. (po2t ClMipWr 1761Ave.. J ISM
;: Mn. Robert E. Cast of Miami.: i Sept. '21.-Dance sponsored- the former Min Jennie Tower. : I ni. A amNOTION

\\i,.Pvt. an\.w.'ale won the USO- committee A daughter was born on Sept i I" WANTED H rotten and It HFRKRY f'4imiiiy,UIVKN kMf iif that state A.
!I.'door" prize at the dance ipon-I Sept 23-USO"dance sponsored 14 to Mr. and Mn. Bruce. Johrt- 11 11I and Inuntir Iran OrtiAral N... 44 ...
iut4 Ito ttk day '"f Julr. A. U., 104). ...
Church. Mr. and Mn. Willie King of I appllfatluil fur a taw drat lo W kwu.4Uwrro
f by the American Legion Aux. or small house by 1I.r.1)I .
*. sale (...,...... i..aria the
t ru.r)'. Fruit, punch and cookies Sept.. 24-Games night at USO Homestead are,parent of a ton round tenants. Working cou I followli 4twrtlk.il rr-vn lthe
If were served at the mack bar by. Sept 25-USO dance. born Sept. 14.Pvt. ple. No children or pete Clyde I 1 Oounly ml D*<... II.... .f ...-' k>...t
.. Oliver '| Lot 4, Wlnlkn ......., a Rand.. fUlJ
if, :Mr*. Wm. J. Geronlmo, Mr*. J. A'I and Mrs. Hall ofi T Bowden, S S. W 4th it.. P. O. *,..k !a p..- tl In tk* Doimlr tif ....,
,( Smith, Mr. Robert Crow Mrs. Day Care is Planned Homestead are parent cf a ton I Box 875 Homestead. (ps7) state cf nurkl.
..
Tho of said
"satin-at Rad"e1h
.,''V Hutchison and Mrs. A'I For Negro ChildrenPlans born Sept. 11. <1 MM _"1..1. w.. IN erumrty the .._ ..ftMM
OUen. Mrs. Harland A daughter wa born Sept. I ito j!GUAVAS WANTED-Any quailtity. 11.'_...
Pvt. and Mrs. Sam Ritch of' Gable Canning Co., Inc.I f 11._ eerth5.st. ....y... K.
was hostess at the door, and are now underway for 'I anNln' to, taw. th.ron.rty
Geo. W Turner had charge of the the establishment of a child care Homestead I P. O. Box 584, Coral Gables.' dew,11.... 'ho..,. will W xiM U> the ktok.M .
Mri Ed Fennell of Newton Phone 4-02SS. Our truck will kM.r ml Ik. t1uu. H..... *.* a* Uw
check room. Others assistingwere center In the negro quarters ofHome.tead. rd j I II aid ........, In tk. moth of N._..*..
: Mn Fred Super, Mrs. Lawrence I !.for'the benefit of negro received treatment for minor In:j be at Jungle Grove Redland ...... wb.h IN tho ,.. My of 11.w.wlw.
Juries received In an automobile J, Road and Plummer Drive, on .....
mothers who work It
Pope the Rev. out was
Marvin-T.1 M1.4! ,... 141h day .r .w-viaw.l.r. Shia.E. .
.Murphy and Dr, Smith. teemed this week.A accident. I. Tuesdays and Fridays. (. I.J8)1: N. LrtATH"R'UN.n. .
I .... ..
"
Mrs. J. Wolfe welcomed duetts .of a prospective location Medical patient this week were "is" for" Cfirst.
survey
; ,WILL PAY to $25 )im. c..anly. rk.4da.t47resell .
to Saturday's dance and Mrs E. was made here Tuesday by a Mr*. Estelle Newberry of Home- ( car a- also farm machinery Court hull

E. Vihlen hid charge of the mu group headed by Chat. G. Turner. ttead-and H. J. Niblack of .West {'I''' Wolf Auto Wreckln P. O Bo I....... 'IT. .fr.. Ort.N. C.I.ITKKJUCTT... Itllt D. c:.

sic. Mrs1. Frank Belt and Mrs: chairman of Dade County Board Palm Beach 798, Homestead Flat. Phone '.

Howard Lamb served fruit punch, rf Public Instruction and Mrs. I 392 J, ,. JylMfi)
prefect and cookie at the snack Louella Dolan of'Miami, county Plasma I for Fran"

supervisor of extended school I MOTH or APPLICATION Pod I:
far.On Wednesday night';John AlflnJto ,services. (Continued from Page One) j, TAX DBKII I
played the piano and Mn.'1 Additional registration are be- Bridge. Therefore residents of;*: Ckwtr ni ItMT-A'Art.wai et ISM I' CAB SERVICE

I Perrine. Peter. Gould Princeton -(I WOTlrl M ...HFRKHY CIVFH lk.1D .

Naranja. Modello Homestead I| M FrMrfak.fcotdrr .t'i i al reaa.nab** tab
1 County Ta. c.60sest, ,.
Florida City; Redland Silver, l I.i.... lMu>4 W Ilk day .f July, A. D.
Palm South Allapatteh Garden, .[lt... ku *M mmmt In m> .fa.... mot IMM.pplUnh
... Day Phone . 9108
.
; > ft* a UI land to kI > '
Your the Richmond Base and Homestead Ward t wn.w. Sale Crliltfitm vmkw.
I
Don't to Renew .
I.- Forget Field are eligible for service ..the Mln.'li. 4mmki4 .t.wrt|> I* Ik.O Night Phone 389
M1> .4 11.4.. BI.. ft rtarttm. vawklNKtt
by the bank It was pointed R. N N. et W. IN ft et Ids h ... a
1943 Driver's License out by Mr. Carson. ; at NEI4 Isa- s.) H ft. for Road In
-. 14. .T......* It S.ath. HIM. IS I HOMESTEAD CAB MBV1CIf :
The Is
plasma stored In the.
Cut, .MUlithii' .I* Arm mart ar tra. In
Quarters of the Dade County'Ilk* CMiitty if DwA. ..... .f FWktoiMnkrae4 .. I I O. Plainsmen' PIOp.

Blood Bank at 1750- N. W. I Oth,I I ,In of 4 sale>nM prawn.< No.;wader. 'the. said The !-. .

iBefore ave; In Miami. and 1* listed In the CuOl l...it.........t 0.i I
: ':Oct. 1st I IBank. I iH' ."llkmN."M '
telephone under "Blood j
directory '
+ : Ra4a hdw. ... fLaL MS ft ot!
." The regular number I'1'IklKU' of MlU .... .. tS '". 1..r r...:J/.1.1 S. L Kendrick
: .. ,i* 14, IVw..kh, If Su.lk. RMn .
. : , 9-1671 or holidays. :,, +Mw4 mki..r4 I. Co ... iln,
n..... ... The- .Dud Blood 16011. yid .-a +..nt at sale .: 9.wT:
*
:_;,...:.. .'., ..,: :: -' ,. ." ,.. established South In February when Bankjwas I I I.........me the.4....I....".?".....""....,.taM.- *"* tai I]Birth Orllflram and .*rr'Oantent *.

111 Ilsoh-. said CLrtIMtn .... M acknowledged .rd ..I&.
residents of this district donatedblood. I.......... t.. .... .... t.rs..ar a.re.dsop -'. heated.
To replenish the plasmawhich ,,.A It.er./w HI mach t. '' hin ,%. 'I 1
SID, L. KENDRICK.r has been used, another !,:: Mdd.r % ,: ,=.. Pa.. ;.- -n ; Odd Fell.w. 'E K e.
,. .
*M M |- 'Ow .. "I.4 Na- 6t
jlk. I N. W. lit Has tetrad, fla.
4 blood donor day I* scheduled for ;:'-h1919 skid, .. tin ,.. day of ,
I Sunday Oct. 10. The time and ,If -+mI. it-it I :
:. ...
94" dnor > .
the'Peace Dr4 fhh |*K
Justice Of I the place will be announced later i ji| r. !t. L.-.. ... ""\" "'" "'"''' ''' ''' "II/"II'Y/
C" N .
CI".tt 1'r.nw.4
Odd Fellows Bldg. Homestead I i ..- ,. Cwnlr. Phyla.. I TUNE IN ON
''' felt'r nrt ..!!
1
'I//I Ii p ; I'VOICE OF PROIJIoCY'Enry
: c sTIcRIl'IT, D. c.
Open until 9 P. M. Daily f'....... ". ". OIL '. *. ""LAIWOCIATION I Sunday at 12:30

,....IIIT--- I INnMrrRan .
"OTI'II 'n
'Ilia Perfect r flUI"'IINI'A"n 1,48ANJ \VIOO
or WO.IF"TK: ',. 1 ... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,
I 1"1'" '" " ''''''''''''''''''''' ''
run rO'tNTV riORIIA VOl."", ::
'
TART nisitot ITIOM A vn TO rt."*t I I
Tnbutc '
oil TH! AFFAIRS Of T !
I riAT'ON' '"nEll THR P. : .

tr Listings 1 "rr Aare. l.1:."a"rap aTATUTR 'IV"II"I; :, I EXPSRTBARBERING

4 R AlrrN0W-son lutoLl'TIONS BY of ritiiY RTA4 .. : j
a ji'.IOI"---,; nl"r..R. n*
; a1' VfJ I nm AlonrUTinw, Awn AP-
1. WANTEDBayer 1IttiI i I r.Van p. TH< MTaol.Lit" or
,
1 c ,: Tilt STATIC or P1,0Rin..
I I TO ALL tRcnrroitii rrooxmn.
THE LAST SERVICE I FILM ". f.' /1sVINn llalreat _.. 391
" F. ::D"JIAL"J.; : i
II n,i ,, .., AGAINST
: waiting anxlom- put wIJi .sill be one you will have .0CC1I. 0410 *II8O<"'A"OIf. Share ... .. .. .. ._. a_.._ ..ISti
wllh lion to remember'proudly If the 1rI..d..b at AN ber"I ..... UiamrM iriahil .. _ ,see f
*.-* cash for ..re"l1'O"es i
be
pre-war
: '' 1 i:1.- = set oofoto:
.
'details left : :
are in our competent
...' ..homes, city lots, city home, and gravea4 ,,' 'lIlJ1d.. Befitting dignity and ..... ..._ "w bti..u6 the M "Nn ....""vAs Shampoo (MrdleatfdlIng T3t

t farM acreage Gasoline and lire Y I'(Tram. DING .wn LOAN 1Io.'TIOIl. ( .._ ?... _. Uf
beauty will distinguish It, with I. %--a-". D"40 1'eenty Fk.da. 6"
"''-___ M.. alrftt"le sad racial . __ .It
d' restrictions prevent sny personal lkltatlosj never any quertion of needless I("'_ .... -,.. .... ..... .... ? '
pleas bring or overburdening cost I 1-.ot! T.-o-' to( MMHI. .......... Facial Tack ..._ _ ne
listings,
N *f your w '" I!.,.,- ... tk. ..m* K, their .f.r*, ComblnilU Facial _ 733
1' J I..w.! '.ad. Dade dmlt. florkh. A*
tr will them to me ;. 1
# Turner '-. 4.1 t i.iy nalDt wh.teo..w. In I Teals ...._. 1St
f 64. ",. wed
, :.7 =. q, ad she with 1::: Mustache Trim _,__ __. litBUSH'S
Eleanor Froscher I! :. ; Funeral Home ]...- MtklHI.H ... Tear' from the ..../
: ;: : I" | nnkr o.tMn ..._. Rw C'ho...
S4-.'r. AmbuUne S-ra'LM .. ... .J..., Ada-a 1"'..at._ l...
PJio-f 111 II'meMtadCARPENTERS'LOfM MIwI .rM .
I) P.cg stercd Peal EUite Broker '..-..- lrl. "t' Any .1.AnSmt k. 0.1

+ :SS s. littler Avf.; Homestead I :' ITntPjw. NAW..Rnt.. BarberShop

Phones fl3-J.. 524R.n :
1 ", Vo. IW r ........,. I
il il'f MEETS HR'T AND THIHDIHrRSDIV .t /ftd) -, *ee s. If.. 11. 14.s 1)<'. 1 Ovav City Ball .

I *, I'" M -r.RE.1D.- I
1 GsIris Hall f, Kr me Homestead .
.................................... THE WANT-ADS i \
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Pare Eight HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE September 17,.1943
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Good Buys in Homes, Lots

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''' and Acreage .
,t'' , <' :,
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.y.::, -. .
b
Ten acres,part grove;'with 3-bedroom house.. . -

.. $6,500 cash.Tenacre J"
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,,;," ;(
:'; tracts .adjoining Homesteadnos "

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better buys for returns on investment to! ; : '

. ... ., '
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"' day .f... :"' .'.; ..
.
., .' :,: ;.'.,......: '
Furnished house in Homestead. $6,500.
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Half cash.HduseinHomestead. ."'... . ...... ,) .
. .
; : ,
; ''''"X;"
'." : $4,3XX. Cash. .
j: >, } .
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l' 100 lot Jin Homestead colored.townInside.k.: i .

lots, $150; corner lots, $175. :.
.f.r
.f .'"

: '.' 170 Acres glade. land, close in.," Price right, ", 0,
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'
f) for cash. V: I

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:. Two houses in Homestead, each with two ?* ; -":,
'
, lots. One at 4000. One af $3,500. All cash.
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'* Partly furnished house and 5 acres. 2 1-2 ; ,

-' acres ploughed ready to plant in, tomatoesNS':

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or fruit trees. $3,000 cash.Benjamin '
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: r Warren. Morris i ;

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Registered Real Estate Broker ..
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( : 216 S.Kr9i&e. ,Homestead :,. Opposite' Write.

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