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lay : arnoLUTioNs: or bktisi.ado fassahaili"Ise
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TUX M. - Licenses rnovrn STATIC RT TNI or
.J ALL REDITORa. STOCK HOLD. facial Piedresablaall.s __ ""It
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!, without having to take tests I MAID Yew sow AMOCIATION.Mrk *T yolk are brrby Ml.Vd rise .. =_._ lit
Tau in TUEMYit I ..' "' ' end required M pfwMir any rlalm.ir 111vola6f Trials _ lit
APPLY > 4.w.w/.hk0 yaw ar rltkrr nT yon.kar .
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:' 9tt N. i ANn LOA: AsmMIATION.
: SID L. KENDRICK .... ....
,rf Pt* > nada ('_.... MnrMa. It BUSH'S
W. H._*. Mary Skfrirld. end I
. STATION tv Q A I1 0, Tnfnrr. Ik* "rlliuT and duly ... I
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Juftice fcf the Peace ... .,.d file' the again .. tkrtr .,=j
Odd feJlovr BH .: K.IJ I,.< Dad. f.,",il TtrMa.' All BarberShopOp
Z : ?. Homestead "May ( .Very naliir* whoa,..*,, in..line I
1111 *va_i.. rmm a, .._ esswnvs until 9 P. M. !.!... .e tKblMiWIrn. ..Mao W I
Daily C7 Ball
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rave Eight HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE! September 24,19.J,!,
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!i k Good Buys in Homes,. Lots tk

and Acreage
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Partly furnished house and 5 acres. 21-2 .' .
acres 'ploughed ready to plant in tomatoes

i v. ,or fruit trees. $3,000 cash. :';

Ten acres Dart grove,witl13-bedroom'ho" : '
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$6,500 cash.. .
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Twq houses: in Homestead, each with two :

lots. One at $4,000., One at $3,500. All cash.,; ",' ;. : : \ .
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Ten-acre tracts' adjoining Homestead-no '.

*'*.* better buys or returns on investment to- ', ; .

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' Furgishedrbouse! in Homestead. $6,500., ." ::;'!; "

Half. cash. ,.f J.....;;.':: .
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I f House in Homestead. '$4,300. Cash. '

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100,lots !ip' Homestead colored town.. Inside

",:' lots) $150; comer lots, $175. "

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170 Acres glade land, close in. Price right

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Registered Real Estate Broker. i
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Title: The leader-enterprise
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00613
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: September 24, 1943
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00613
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Parade of 500 Soldiers, Army Band

; L To Precede 'Auction' fond, Rally ,



Favored'at.Hearing;: TO ROLL WITH HALF-TRACKS

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UD'NEEDEDt\ I USO Co-operates With Army: Campaign PJEEPSDOIKROMEAVE.(

To Get Mail to the "Boys" by Christmas

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NOT HOW; I .The period from Sept 15 "Chrlstmas> Gift parcel,'' and only I Tn' BOND DRIVE I Tentative plans. for tomorrow's

!Oct 15 has been designated as"Christmas one such package may be sent by giant war bond rally and parade
Mail Month" for tho I the same donor to the addressee. BIT Aside Marhrw 'F! plotrkk ,call for the participation of a uniformed !
SAY GROWERSRepresentative A. E. F" and USO clubs everywhere In any one week. We've an army In the front I contingent of 500 mm
I have been asked to cooperate Parcels must show the full ranks from Homestead Held, and a martial
In getting helpful information name, grade, army serial number, Help maintain It I display of airplanes, army
,; II to the public on preparingand service: organization and unit, U you want I share of freedom 'motor vehicle: and machine guns
APO number of the addressee Help to gain It !
sending parcels overseas, Mayor T. J. Harris sW yesterday,
farm and grove I USO Director W. E, D. Ward announced (Continued on Page Twe) It your budge .seems some Final arrangements were made-
men went record yesterday. The local last night at meeting in theHomestead
unanimously on I I
club rooms have been made available Try and train It. ;
'I. ill favoring the adoption of 3} PLANNING BOARDTO hall whUh was attended
I to groups for preparing Buy a bond-you eat you cake by Mr. Harris, County
centa.n hour as I minimum wage Christmas packages, thus
Commissioner Preston B. Bird
rate for agricultural work In the For this Christmas mailing campaign MEET OCt: 2 And retain It. who will act as master of ceremonies -
Ask Max If don't know how
the postal regulations hive you
Bedtand District, .t the farm wage Maj. A. W. Brecht executive -
** Bearing held a-W *;ra.tw: (It'It..' been relaxed so that Jt t U)tn tt'' 'UtexpWn'- "' ', officer,*! Homestead_r>M.
, essary to present request been* WITH CITY-HEADS '
4 v local
Mrs J.t' HammeU, acne A
halt; It
day in the Homestead_ city soldier In order to send him a you have a selfish Impulse, leader who has eharge'of
arranaf'mente *
Prior to the vote, a minority gift," Mr Ward said. Pray restrain It.It'l : Miss' Mabel Frampton,
opinion had been advanced that Other army postal regulations The state planning board wfuI the boys' morale we're building publicity director: of the Dade
wages should be set at not less pointed out by Mr. Ward art: I meet here Oct. 2 with Mayor T. -sustain it 'County Defense Council. Wen J.Geronimo. .
than 40 cents in order to enable Packages must 'bear the label J. Harris, a committee from the adjutant of the local
local farmers to compete for available I Homestead city council and representatives American Legion Post who will
labor with the Fort Pierce, ODTCOMMTEEML of civic organizationsto BLOOD nO'UNDUP serve as grand marshal of the
1 Manatee County and Okeechobeeareas map out a post-war program. parade, and other civic officials.
where such a minimum pre- The meeting will probably be Participating In the parade will
vails. BE NAMEDBY held at 10 a. m. in the city' hall, SLATED O'CT.10 TOy be uniformed members of the
Most of the growers, whose Mr. Harris said. Homestead and Princeton Casualty
testimony revealed that labor Henry Brooker, Jr. Frank B. Stations and representationsfrom
costs steadily mounted throughout CITRUS MENCitrus Rue and B. W. Morris were named MAKE UP LOSSESOne the Red Cross Motor Corp,
last season, expresed keen interest by the council Monday night to the Red Cross work rooms, the
in the'establishment of a represent the council at the Octo- I,John O. Salley Pout of the American
.. labor ceiling rather thin I mini- men will meet at 2 p. m. ber meeting hundred thirty-eight pints Legion, the local Boy and.
mum. As one farmer put it, "The 'Wednesday in Legion Hall to The council voted to close the or $3,460 worth of blood plasma],,Girl Scout troops and <<:1.'41 or-
next day after that wage hearing I choose a committee to advise and municipal pool until April unless have been donated by Redland ganisations. The sound truck
last year, a neighboring farmer i assist the Office of Defense Trans the army should request its use. District residents to the South used in the Miami Morale parades-
took three of my men by offering :portation in directing the move- The council voted to accept at Dade Blood Bank since its organltation -,,will be used ,Jure. In the tW
, them 50 cents a day more than I ment of motor trucks In the transportation 14 H cents on the dollar the ten- on Feb. 28, Kit Carson {: demonstration '**
was paying them. What we need of citrus: to and from der of $$25.493 worth of certificates committee member, reported yesterday. -1|I Pretent plans call for the pa.a.lc
Is a lid on wages rather -than' a points in the Miami area. This of indebtedness made by B. I I I to begin promptly at 3 p. m. .*
supporting price area Includes Dade, Broward, J. Van Insert and Co. of Miami To replenish the supply, (local N. Krome ave. and Fourth at., and v
, More than sixty growers and Monroe, Collier, Hendry and Palm These certificates represent interest credit has been depleted 40 per.cent to march south to Mowry st where
grove operators beard the testimony Beach counties. The meeting was coupons that were past due by civilian: needs of the It will turn east to encircle Legion
given by local farmers be- called by Thomas McGahey, area. when the city's bonds were refunded area,) and to Insure a healthy reserve Park; Persons and organization
fore the Dade County Farm Wage manager. some :years ago. available to the more than wishing to take part In the paradeare
,t Board of which the members are One member ot the selected The Standard Oil Co. was five hundred service men from asked to get In touch with Mr
John Campbell Carl Deden, H. O. committee will represent 'the MI- awarded the' city's fuel oil contract the Redland District a roundupof Geronlmo.
, Vance, Cecil Barber and J. O. DuE ami area as a(member of the Florida ; Shaw Brother and the Texas donors Is being planned here I Arrangements are being mail
. (Continued on Page Four) Citrus Industry Transportation Co., the gasoline contract; and for Oct. 10, according to Mr. Car for well-known speakers to apeak
' 'ill.' Commltte.All Gulf Oil Co., the contract for lubricating son. Men and women betweenthe I at the park where bond-selling
Death Takes Mrs. Moserv local growers, packers,haulers oil'Permits ages of II and (0 are acceptable booths will be operated by members -
" Pioneer Homesteader and shippers of citrus fruits.Including were Issued to C J. donors,, he pointed out and I of the Redland District Lion
' limes, are urged to at' Caves to move a email building persons above 60 will be accepted Club and the Homestead Rotary
.' tend the meeting. from the Taylor Construction Co. upon presentation of a permit I' Club. Tentative plans are being
r.. Mrs. Emma!: Helen Moser died to his property, In the country, from their physicians. (Continued on Page Two) '
Sept 19 at Kendall Hospital after and to Mrs. H. M. Brown forte -- .- -
a long Dines, and funeral service Blackout Said to Be pain to a building In Barber's '
I were conducted: at 3.SO p, IIi \. Almost Perfect HereThe I Addition Local Bay front Park and Causeway I,1
in the Turner tuneral ,
. ,i.. 'Wednesday chapel by Dr. J:. L. Prince of MI- I Princeton Group to Go In Post War Plan. Bird Tells Rotes
ami. Burial took place In Wood- 40-mlnute practice blackout
f' lawn Park Cemetery In Miami. I staged here Thursday night 'of On Air Tuesday Night
,; f\ Mrs. Moser,'who until last week 'last ....k'W.. highly effective, according } i Joint plant of Dad County con from Homestead Boyfront Parkto
,\ lived, at her home at 31 N. W. to Mayor T. J. Harris,,i I A'demonstration by the Princeton template the expenditure of $30- Elliott's Key and bridging of
Third it* came here 30 yean ago who warmly commended the cooperation : Casualty Station of the new 000,000 lIP a pott-war construction the creeks between Key Largo and
from Danville, TO. She was a of local resident and I method of"artificial'respiration Introduced program to help "take up the Biscayne Key to form a scenic
member of Ad Astra Chapter of the efficiency of the participating by an English war slack" In employment While Industry loop road to the world's best fishIng -
the O. E. S. defense units. physician will go on the air over Is retooling for conversion grounds. This project Is "'-
.: She leave three sons: Ivan ef The local set-up functioned so I WIOD et'l "p: m. Tuesday Sept. from war to peacetime production. tlmated to east "14,000,000 and
Homestead. Lester U of Goshen, smoothly that but one blackout 2*. anounced Mrs.' Eugene .1'011- County Commission Chair would be self-liquidating throughthe
lad, and Russell of Louisville violation was reported In the entire -I taine,. station captain, yesterday.The man Preston B. Bird told the collection ef tolls.
," '. 1t! )'.: one daughter: Mrs. Nodenia arm,It was revealed by FrankB. demonstration will be given Homestead Rotary Club Wednesday Work oa the Rickenbacker
Smith of Miami; tad eight tnoi- Rue.. South Dade commander by Mrs. E. A. Roberts accredited noon. Causeway to Biscayne Key was
children and three great-grand- of defense. The defense organization -. Rod Cross first aid instructor sod Included the program will be about 49 per ? children. Russell Maser arrived directed by Mr. Rue consists second lieutenant of the local station. , an unexpended fund for the development stepped by the war and the ceun-
1 here Wednesday for the tumoral.Pau at auxiliary police auxiliary ..Eugene Fontaine and E. 1C. ef Homestead Baytront ty baa H.000.000 la the treasury .
beexera were-Win. C',!:,- firemen, ambulance corps utilities Pood. Park work on which' was suspended with which to complete U after !
Inc, Barry Cooper 1C A. Swan,, transportation division, Station workers' were Instructed because ef the war the war. Mr. Bird said. ,
Wnv T. McConnell Noah Peter- air raid wardens* casualty 'sta-1 by Mr>Roberta In the new method Also'In the program will be the Among things the city of Mi-
,;'soo and Letter Xjwrtnce. tior11nraft observers I Friday tight proposal to build causeway' (t>"* wd.on Page Two)


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Clinton Bishop whole stationed Joseph X: Fales Dies ploymnnt than a revival of"t
'.: ; ...' In TltusviUe with the U. S. Coast I Illness WPA, which he laid is fra -I

I j !tj OUR MEN .IN' "SE'R'V'ICE .Guard spending left a brief Wednesday leave with after hisparents After Lengthy with bureaucracy danger from politics .

i Funeral services for Joseph

I ' 1' ". : . >J1.. "' :IJ't' Bishop., "I.r. and Mrs. Laban '1 James'yesterdayifternoon Fales, 71, were. in held the Princeton at 3:30- I F,--FLORIDA"" CITY '

Paul Vann. petty officer\ thlr'ckas -' Word has been receive that i', Nazarene Church by the Rev. 1 .Bs WsrreneMnp. "oIDM: .
't' f Sanford Farmer" Taken Noh Peterson. Burial was In
U. S. N.. li expected home Pfc, Ear Goodin la with the 5th ,, F. Potter ,li Ul at;
today from Camp Endicott, R. I. Army and has seen action In Si lly Death at Kin's Home Pan! Cemetery In Naranja under I:home. ',t
ol.the Turner Funeral -
the direction
i la spend leave with hit parent, cily. I, [ Mr.: and Mrs. Earnest-Campbtof
Mr. and Mn. J. C. Vann. Mark Allen'Metritt'SayearoldSanford : 201 I Coral Cables and Jim Camp
Mr. and Mr. Vann heard Indirectly Adolph Lopes. Carl Llndgren. farmer died Sept. 18 In Mr. Fales. who came here |:bll and daughter. Lily Mae, '
Ga.. Is !!
this week from their son ,('Jr., and: William McMlchael will South Allapattah Gardens at th.t years ago fromDouglas. 'Redlanl were Si-d" guntt
I Sit J. C. Vann Jr. In a letter report Monday to Miami Beach to home of his dcughter. Mrs. Are- 'rtrvlved by: hU 'wife, Mrs. Julia Mr. end Mr*, Frank 'But**,
i I to Mrs J. R. Pope from her brother ''begin training: aa air students In Son Oavls. Saturday his body Files of Homestead; three daugh.1 The E wor+h" ? it"uePnnwnunl of
t Lt. Robert Allen who has recently ''the Army Air Forces.Pvt. 'seas sent by Turner.run.ral Honv ters. Mrs. Virginia King, Mn.Maebell .V rrh .lfted offs .-,
i '. .. I Bsxley and Mrs. W. W.
| to Sanford for burial
been transferred to Sgt e'ndsy trtnlnft TV president I IMiw ,
I Vann'i station In New Guinea. !I Richard Heinlein, Den of I' Mr. Merritt who 'had 'been in 'Woodson of Homestead; and four Warn* 8'v "- vleepIdrnt
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Heinleln, tons, Charles and Edwin of Home-
< "In looking through my Hit of South AUspattah Garden one Miss Virftnfr: Booker:
; 1\ men, 1 came across the name of went safely through the Sicilian week at the time of his death li 'stead. John of Miami. ari Columbus '',nary, and trersiirtr.Whitheart. lift
I [Invasion and Is now at a rest cams of he U. S. armj. "
1 James C. V nn' which I thought survived by: six dauehten Mr _
) bad a familiar ring. 14.. Allan I Iin Africa, according to a recent Mrbil Steven*. Mrs. B. D. Staf'ford. Mr. an* Mtt ,Marry DeiIerr"Ji
I wrote. "I looked up- his record I(cablegram received<< by his parents. ': Mr*. Fleta Lee Altman. all POST WAR PLANS and family and F B. Lelntn

: and found that he came from I Pvt. Eugene Ingram U. S. Marine >of Miami and Mri, Davis, Mina (Continued from Page One left Wednesday fV Toledo, <5c:1;:
; Homestead, and I rememberedhim I I II stationed with the amphibian :Vesta Merritt and Miss Joy M.i> pmt plans ls the addition 5J.- Fred DTdir and' "da ,h& '
then. At the time I am writ- tractor detachment at r snit of South Allapattah Gardens: 009 seats to the Orange bowl : I inc he Is on a three-week leave. |I Dunedin! Fla. Pvt. Ingra-m, son :two sons, Wayne .Winter Park.,ball stadiums trwv W. -Va. intvefSun3 .
\. but I'll make myself known to I lot Bryan Ingram rf Newton rd I Tla, and Mark Allen. Jr. of the Mr Bird enumerated the va..... make Mr hem parer t.LltU .
him on hit return." (,'recently completed boot train I U. S. Navy, three listers, Mrs. ous unexpended, park funds .nfit dart* Clintnira o.
i I Iln.t Parrls Island: S. C. and Fannie Brown of Jacksonville.Mrs. >. county that.would be svill- day 'ov mlt" ''cuestJaf. Jofl'. '
h i Pvt. and Mri. Leonard Greer 'spent several days leave here with Elite -Hill ef Croveland.able for the'port-war program 'Mrs./'J: !. RfthrerloT'' RiMr i1J'II(,
lire parents of an eight'pounddaughter his family. ,Fla., and Mrs. --Amanda, Joiner,ol( and told rf othet plane being mad amf .M.... J. Pafford; .
'j born Sept. 17 In James .... 1 Brsdenlon,,Fla.v and .three -.broth.e. In. l'OopenItIlftA'IIIibe' Dale: ton Jim; were week-end I
; Archer Smith Hospital. Mri. Greer Cpl., ? J. Yancey."brother of ..., John MirrlUof .Lakeland. County tl nnlfl.-bo r 'of therJteA'G. L. Pirftrdi. ;:
: far tie* former Win.Nellie Cash.t Mrs. r'... king"ef1'Homestead.writes George Merritt 'of Winter Oar-t He expressed the opinion that kits::Elisabeth Cook of 7dwas
t Pvt.. Charles Behreris, jr., from North Africa-that he den, Fla. and Robert MerrMtotGryveland ;lubsidr to Industry. would' bt a teeir-end-guest 'tIf' hir-si Z
recently visited Tunis >> ** ''t efficient' il tmem- Mri. 'T.' beach ...:.
: I younger eon of"Mrs. Char, U "- ; -., : .more > averting,.. :
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i rem Is seriously 111 with tnalarlaat II I I------. ,
": his North African station his I .. .
I mother was Informed by official\
) j wire yesterday. Pvt. Behrens entered
: t the army In February of this .
year, end was stationed at Greens 11
( "ille, Pa., before going overseas '.
I' o -
t Ralph H. (Don) Done. Jr. isan
I, .. army air student stationed at
Lafayette College I In Easton Pa.

,'' Pfc. Joe Byrum arrived Tuesday .
night from Sarasota to spend
; a .d.y furlough with hu par
ents. Mr and Mrs. J. R. Byrum
; I Pfc Byrum has been In service
: It months and this Is his first visit e
home His brother Albert who 1 '
U serving with the naval air .
forces In Fort Lauderdale spent ,: l'. i,
the week-end at home. '"
'f I 'e i ,
t Pfc. J.mt'l..suij, will leave

Sunday for hit station at Fort Dix A I'fr" ;
( N. J., after spending a 'six-day ?" .

/ t I furlough here with his parents When you hays to Mr7t :
!f Mi1 and Mrs. O. H. Sullivan.
I . '!.: ':.. In I1n..t our ticket window1 1
Pfc. and Mrs. Oscar P. Spur :! .
lock left Monday night to visit ,, please remember. * ').

f !. relatives In Mineral Wells Tex. ; t?. ,

,. Lillian Mrs. Spurlock Booth. I is the .former Miss . -- .. ;j

CHRISTMAS MAIL }i.. : Jim hasAnother : .

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and the pottotflc through which
the packages art -to be routed. '
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Domestic mall may addressed << ..
direct with the name grade, or* .> .
Sanitation and location of the artdresMr -
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Brief Christmas greet '' -z 1 .

Ings may be written on the out- 1..a f! ", :, Jim u..d.to'. -bed ticket ..11..r.t one of our x

4. aide cf the parcel If they do not. '1W"it Florida East Coaat.R.Uw.y..t.Uon.. He was' "
interfere with the address. 1' .
). .f" Candy should be enclosed In 1 ,..-- _- j pleasant, had-years of experience, could figure

.wood metal corrugated pu'e- j fares and sell tickets like a breese.i .
board. and knives rators. etr.
should have their edges protected I 4 1-i But today, Jim and a lot .of other experienced

Postage should be paid In "'\1 t '. ,men.who once worked for the Florida East Coast
t Money should be sent by postal I 1
money orders which may b' . Railway have another job They are serving in the
i cashed st any APO. .In man \ ., .. . l Army Navy Coast Guard and Marines - .
1 place where U. S. force are sta.tioned '.' ; :. : ;' ; When lines form at ticket windows arid'ydtiT.41114.4' '"
l there are local prohibition..against '. '. .... . : .:. .: our
: .th. importation. 'of 'U'Smoney. .. \. vV"VITAL. ;.':- "1:; .. .: _. di.>fctzIt*.I inget: t'g..Q\.Ja'l.r:: : :: ; .t hHici ort',,, .

. Articles. prohibited for -Inclulloniq :, :....; ; .. .. ..:. -I'thst Z .phone; it.may noitOcourtVy.ou 'that. waif.f .-, .

the/ pa-kagea arer Intoxicants, ; ';" 01; : ... ? ::._ : : 'doing out best to l.med.thI. situation.. .- .. .

.\ .inflammable-fn.t!rf -tinchnflnf -. ';" :"" -7-; :' ... ::: : ,: .. ,. I'-\; } It hart bee waaJr \ ..UtnPoU1bl.W6btai: '"
all kindi of matches lighter .
fluids) poison or other compost .oJ ;.; . '.. ': : ...;:: '- :..l-puleriitd "t all:r f to Tike the place ef'thosewKoha > ... ,,' : ..

tons! .(Which may injure .another .:' ,'J' ::. ...,..!"\( .. ., _... ..' |- a-gonV\6r"aewi' ih. 'mta "aiia'ones-nieedadir '; ', : ,
or. cause damage.tothe maUa ., .' : ' . . ;
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: PARADE: _:. .. ... ,_ ,.t : ... .. men and women for this complicated type oi woxk.;. ,

rCII"tl"' .d ""'nen pope 11+., 'I'i ''- \This Js of the' dif icultfst which
.. :, : : 1'.r.. ,.> : iust one many: .

mad toremain for.the''t I>ftI'First ro National participate Bank W '. . ;,.. tier JJ'I. ; .: '..-.ralhoad.lik.oth. types of.business, must meet .. -i!

the bond salesPremiums ; . .+' .. t.' during 'wartime. We ask-your patience and indulgence

contributed by , should it cause you inconvenience. -:
Homestead business house will
be ".ucti lledM and knocked downto .; : '. '. .., },
these person making the ::f
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highest bids In bonds for the ; : '' > : ..: ) :
rt1 1\\ EAST
articles. I F f F. COAST RAILWAY I .
Vp until last 1'I.I1111Il.1t 11 I

the worth First ct National bonds had Bank been cf slid Hme by- i I LOn. I 0 :A AID T H.E I ,* T I 0 I ;
teed .--nt the beel n m cf '
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f WWjr.\ to take'.money-'we' "KaVe J\lCked'.y.Jr. going if we should fail.Veil do it partly because'th*,.
Iif. to'take part of;the Wont-we've been livink on cheapest, easiest way out of this whole rotte-
{ : and' :"" money thaCmight have meant extra shoef.or business is for everybody to chip in all he c*.
; :clothes or food!,Money that might have gone and help end quick.We'll do it partly because
.G i 1M \ for "*" *jtbii that wecowgei along without. there's no finer, safer investment in-the worldtodrVlhan .
..this. ,
1' a U. S. War Bond. '
Sure it'll be that
tough to dig up extra
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.' ... money. But we've got to-do it-and ut "'114. nfi*, mostly, we'll do it because America is.
1"' We'll' do it 'partly because of the lookjlUt* right! .slack in.the middle of the biggest dead-
<< to keep would come over the faces of our fighting medal liest, dirtiest war in history.

man .:;::..._ And we're Americans.
in at

I $100 EXTRA mind.you-for tvtryloJyt ,*:'**-.

No man or woman tin hold back. No manor WORLD'S SAFEST INVESTMENTS
woman can point'to his Payroll buying and ,Clts.ilia saewby ... III pow...-.-,."
I't say,' They don t mean melts! No man or woman e UnIted 'II"Wit Siting.Boniir Mrri"r"l(;\.<.
beak $4 for S1 when the bond .
tot every maiurti.Inirrtiu
can say "I'm already lending 10% or 12% or aV1 + t.9% I fMr.coinpoiuidid semiannually: ,if
20%-I'm doing enough!" \ held :lom.iuriir.D.nomin.iion$21.11 0. JIOO
1 $100,11,000 Ktdemptloal Any tint 60dil>
t t Sure-it's going to hurt. It's going to take Inuidaii. Price! 7J%ohl.ltlrh".lu._
'. J'4 Trtuury Band* of. 1964 19691 Rc d Ifmirkcnblf
tnore than spare cash this time-more than [just ,
icnniiblc u bank collmcrit.I rJwin
money that might. have gone for fun. It's going HI.w*.IM.N* .bit it par and accrued Interest lot the purpose of
trai + iicitfrini Federal mate HIM[Aced September 11,
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i 1943; due December U, 1969 Dtnomiiuuonti
; n' 1100. SIOOO, ,aoo. '10,000, SIOOOOO and
"" 11.000,000,Price:Par and Accrued intcrau.
t Other Mciiriilcit Series! "C" '!n i -0\1 fig '

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PuU Jr., County Agent Cha. H.j,
StHfanl was chairman of, tote
meeting '

Testimony will b* compiled and Tankman flier, doughboy-Pete
studied by the board who will
and John and Bill-ore waiting
., then recommend to Qainesvillelheadquarters )
hear certain voiceon
a minimum wage tonight to a
rate blued on the local data. Although I the wires, If! a vole that can .. '
the final decision will be put mar spring In their:stride, '
made In Washington, Mr Stef- VIVO thentdJnore' : determination > '
fanl pointed out that It is die I to Jo their beat until "firing Do More in September i iaf
tit the War Food Adminis.tration
policy to rely largely on the'' _... For' Pete, John and Bill
are waiting to'hear-a y pfci i
finding of local boards and to accept .
'their recommendation i from home. "+-
According to the testimony,', When pi',. about to. placet'long leas an EXTRA :!
from $J.50 to *3.50 a day was the I ] distance call, won't you
prevailing wage rate for men please remember theM "nOWl. \ JOO War',Bond, for everybody! ,
field hands last season, with women -| '.
who need a few minutes-before
drawing from 25 cents to 50, a took si the headlines In this news.battlefronts. My,"I've doDejall I cao."for yoej ;
,. cent Ie... Most of the beans and i t tomorrow' hard assignments I paper Ioda,. They tell vividly what Job is oo loss Important than that ol
potatoes were handled by "piece I -fo talk! to the homelolkit our men are doing on, the mu in."Ifu,.,..And this mouth
work" with bean picking prices Won't you remembor, tooAfhat I all oret the world.We your country ask everyone wh
running from IS Vent to 1. be-| most of the?men have to'call thrilled eo tJctory It Tunisia possibly ca to invest la ft hoar oat
cording to the urgent necessity of In the evening,'leering 1: that I 7 a:t victor?at Maada.1 1 iawio of citratlOOWarBood. "
the farmer. Five to eight cent o Sicily. And tomorrow nown victor You know the benefit ot VuBoads.
a bucket was the average price, crowded perloeVfTom 7 to 10T RD les will fill a us with pride !. mr nt,',. the safest laver
paid fur cutting potatoes, and /five And becalM burdened lines BAR fighting hates sent In the world.They atom gar
o cents a bucket for picking them I can't be expanded now to meet But what would tuppell to ui if future. They help four country and
up In the fields after they were'dUll I all d.mancl"'f''on't, you postpone'oyour 1 our m.a ia Scnice die "We've your loved ones doing the fighting
by machinery. MOlt of the call until the lou-buty LOAN done enoug Vt It would be the end Get *t bat aa ester |100 Boot
growers furnished living quarters I) noun? 0 of all of... la. September !. adiiitioa to you
without charge to'their ', We know, of courio,'tlul they'll regular purchmM Mm if possible,
When ovoid making long
Prevailing I wages for grove! you DOLLARS "' ,.wd' 9u' Invest not only oars Orcu rent Iw:
' distance ealli, 'or spook 15 BILLION
briefly. f
i work are from $3 to $350 I day,) We know., too that YOU wools come but out of idle and eccwme
It was revealed In testimony' by, I you talk you're helping reIwva -.-" (Men-beeklwg we" |M Amrics down.:That YOU wows feed f....... And oo it NOV|
Mrs. W. / Krome. who represents i t the nation' wor< owdac|, j
100 acres, Mrs. A. V. Anderson communications syttom. You're
i Curtis Lee and Geo. H. Fitzpatriik. -' alto helpinalirlng "a voice from ,I : ,
Most of the grove operator' the'
to boys awaiting It.
furnish living quarter it was
i rtuted Pete. John ''aM"BiO l will, be '
SnA This advertisement I is'a contribution to America' all-out war effort by tr
Among the grower tfttif'ln'l! grateful. ;
J. if. Brooks Who
were: repre-
tent 1,110 acres; George Cooper, SODTHRnBEltTElEPHOnEHDD Brooker Lumber CompanyJ.
TOO acres: Walter Peterson, 37S,
acres; Walker J. Fowler, 250. TEIECRRPHiixoooim COMPAny
acres; W. F. A. Robertson 350'1' G. McCrory Company W, II. Woods, Jeweler

acres; Dan Williams 185. acres; _ __, .
John Murray, 140 acres: H A. n u
Aman US acres; John Julian 100 .1
acres; E. A. Ames, (0 acres: Homer -' ,
Davis, 600 acres; W. L \
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t PEACE OF MIND. :I Due to government regulation and short- .
If we only gave helpful advi.e ,

could at feel anguished gratified moments In knowing wt: ages of several materials we will not be able to .

We were actually of help. But i .

: *also. provide Assuming practical all responsibility service,i make ALL of our regular mixtures. But we. will *

management, and avoiding I
needless expense-when it do our best to supply as near as possible what .

help moat I I .

Turner I you will need. ,

Funeral Home
14-hr. Ambulance service '
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A ; 'I'fsl M.W i we overheard; ins p.1fml.ri; ;; 's: only one thing-we-cm be suteoffloes, this sound like: -;lot to you? W-ll; tie

,diner said it would be Over some time durinf just this cut thing: only answer is ear mt: treed lot. A General
| the week of November 11. Sherman tank still costs $90,000 a
This war will end *.."iC everybody on our
He'd: talked 14"a man who knew a man who side-and that includes.-yolr.*-pircbes 'in and I'QrtftI.ItiU costs $50,000. 111in'I;l

[was high up in the army"who'd said the Allies does everything lie can to help end it. "Every You can buy your extra $100 worth,
1 [were planning to terminate the war on the 25th thing" means, among other jobs, buying all the If you think you can't,read over every story in to-'
[Anniversary' of the Armistice. War Bonds you can afford. All. day's pier, ) that tells about some soldiers, some l

The IIImsll max tletsn't know.I Your government is asking every citizen to sailorsy! some, marines,some merchant seamen!.'

A woman,who is president of a literary club purchase-during September-$100 extra in dying,.somewhere in this war-ripped world.
[In a medium-sized town in Colorado, says the War Bonds. At least $100 over and above whathe And remember-they're dying for you.swat .I

will be over in April, 1944. .has been buying. Inc 3 i

This is(we quote her)"just; a year after the fall r 1 WORLD'S SAFEST INVESTMENTS, '
[01 Tunisia, which is about the time it ought to
rae- li.Mentzer slat atN pow.tsn llemeast
[take us to beat Hiiler and clean up the Japs."

.Tit lady Joisn't kitow. United SCUM War Sa <.(( Bonds-MrltfE"I
tins you back 14 for every II when
The fact is that nobody can look into a crystal the compounded bond nuMurti.semiannually. ,'Ji.d ::0'm':.,
I ball and tell uben this war is going to end. No- ......1)'. Denominational $JJ, $50 f 100,
[body, not even the General Staff can look at the $>00, '.000. Redemptions Any tim. 60
[war t days after Issue data Prices 7)ofmuutHjnlu
maps, survey the disposition of troops. x *.
[weigh, out r against the enemy's might >H% Treasury Bond of \964-l969l
:.II ::: _3 war will end. Readily marketable,icccpubl ,.edec".bli M par and accrued inlereit -
815.000,000,000 ,+ for ,h e purpose of satisfying Federal
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aen lenkino etets due 1969. Denominwioni
'500. 1000., $5000. $10.000, $100,000.
and $1,000,000. Price Par sod ccrucdiateren.
Other ccarlileii, .. "C" Siiaa
Nowi l/t%CerufcMei of Indebtedness, 2%
3RD W.'A R LOAN Treasury Bond of 19JI-195J; tinned
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I. ; . -R Social Events in South Dade souse .J



Sent, 14-Meeting. of Homestead -

4 ,Mill Margaret field, ,daughter rator at Homestead Field Horn Demonstration Club Miss Jennie Lee :Andrew, Presentvat Meerdihottx'rvere; :
t' of Mr and Mr*., I* U field, became Sgt. Klrkwood Is i ion o< Mr I Sept M Games. night at USO j daujHter' ti Mr And Mrs. W; O. Cap Harry Bnr\nao, Staff SgtK ..
and J. Klrkwood of Paa- Sept. 2J-trSO dance nheth. ,
the bride of Set L. C Kirk- Mrs C Bailey and Tech. Sgt :Todd Start; Sgt.' ifhard
), :wood of New' York and Scott, cagoula, Miss, and I ,Nduate"bf'i I. .Sept 2*--USO 'open hoast Jfaranja WILL Staff Sgt. I. C. Seaaright,
; field, 111. tn a' simple ,ceremony Pascagoula High School. He sponsored by First Baptist Church GHand Ray Helsler tfl York. P. Tecv. *.'( Phil OK wan.v.first, ;
performed 'at I p, m: -Tuesday formerly was.stationed In Homestead i I Sept 28-USO dance with orefh.stra and HopoasleaLField, wert.united Sit.haBewasew-tbtf'fi''luid' .,

Sept. 14, by Dr, S, B. Wmond-> With fate IMth: Infantry, and ,irt:fnarriagt by Chaplain, fcava M"r' Lflxwe- t-jyoKard.,
:. tOn In flay Union Methodist has,been tranaferred'td'the! Army Sept 29RotarJ'Ann'nlaht' at naugll01.07 at 8 o'clock/fTUeji* Ho1a nhpvtT.LuciiUe'.' SmaUHdga) ,
i. Church of St. Louta Attendantswere Air -j'orc"a :where he It. servingas ,Homestead Rotary Club with day evening Sept 14 in the bas Pvt $etty"t Mrs.. EsthenLambert
the bride twin sister, Mini a radio-gunner''. .I 1 dinner at 1 c'oik. chapel,. ... ,). ....C.Id.' Browne Wist
:Mildred Field of Homestead and Mrs. Field 'and Miss Field .returned 'Sept. 30.USO dance Sgt. and Mrs. Johnny; W. Ballet, Ruby, Baikr..Mis* Carla Hobson

Sgt John "Loga of Scott Field. to Homestead :yesterday. Oct 1-Games night at USO. brother-M-lawand sister of the and Mis*'Marjofie1 Faille* '. .

The. brides sheer white ,wedcilng -- -- -. bride, were best man and matron The:'bride' attended: 'RsJlandand

gown was made with a long MORE HELP NEEDED AT WORKROOM' of honor. t : ttMtfestead h I..1i.@I,, The:
train,' lace midriff.and'' long full I;: The1 bride wore,{ rose ujt v (Ith brld.grooitt.Jf"aioif V,;J;:.L\rttretc",;.rsett .
sleeves ought In a- bapd at .the : white accessories; and tht'elt.GII or-Xqr ,t..TJ!'
wrist. The high found neck of Metes I her Wilf hatVas tdmnwd with I.\th'll".!w tJ'l t ,,\1"; '. ; ; 'r..

.;he gown xa outlined with seed Wherein arr urgent need for > an imperative- need Tot.- :white w.va.'t: -:.Y_ ;. ;- JNI tf fi., ". :':" '; :
>arts, ana; a threeCuarterrteng4het !, dlUtinal worker ftht,Bed.Cross, More .help" ? .
yea,was held in' place'.by a urglpst dressings 1'1qIW.wu'' :Aa average ot alx'workers.dally l MiiS :W;i.MiLLSH6 t 'WlT f:i .W E;' :'
tenet at the peart: J5he, Carrie ann V"*'1F.'T.y' by-MW-tef: made" 1920S dressings. at the'lo : : : '
I. br)1Wbouqud of white lutets H.. 1Abrn.. n, tuOl :!halsit'k'the eal'tstiondurhtg the month t>f I: JYEN' INPORVENIR'B n< W l-i Ili.. -r .

The ..brfdeamalti'wore American! aeprk. r ., August,'Mr*. Lehman pointed but, '
3* uty tnlirta+ made' with i' fittedMice The:War.D rt+tmhtt:JSa1. ),!, and, workroom has accommodations Mri. W: R: Bird rec.ntt.Y'' enter- Mm':Wank 'W bJdfF,tiftwJ+r ,
l and along full ikirl A advhled the PIle! ,County Chapter tor It: At present the room I rained at her Hcme In Porvenlr atef-'Mrs.; Ilona d. hn-Jnj,MrsLoMfe :

\ t h.in&.Jlet'ell .Wlla"l'QulCht .te .(ha(' illquoin/'sbigned'tMripOjlA: la'open from 2. to S p. m. from with ai Shower in-*'honor of ,Mrs .Hood, 'l1fL'tof 4i1an" Ja* '. ,
: i e r hair,'and she carried' a ,eolo October 1943 must,be com,leU* Monday through Friday and Ile 9rh W,B. -r-t1Jl.: .Mrs leland Law. cobji.;.Mrs.. W.:C:..Rlfenex* Mrs:.A-!

let bouquet of tallyman rotes and shipped by the eAt},"'l, .:"theyear 7:30 to- 10 p. m. on Tuesday and renee and Mra Virginia Edwards W.!Hlrtch.inswi. Mrs. I ,;Lawrence, ill;; "'
Mrs Field. mother'of the bride, ,"; Mrs Lehman said. tAt Thursday of each week. I were, winners In. the contest. Mrf. Edwards, Mrs :
e t us gowned In dusty rose with this rate. 395370 dressings mMbe opening hour will be edvlo CutttU. wen: Mrs J. 0. ,Wynn, Ml-iS'MM')' Jackson,. Mils Virginia

; t>lack accessories and ,word a cot.w completed ill the county: in Vclock If necessary Mr. Th'l I Mm Ivan Moser, Mrs. H, G' Stewart Miss tlle ,Ferguson. ..'mdTsliaiaTi .
tinge of white g.rdenjns each month of.that period, 'whlcH, man said i Thurman, Mr*. Harry Ccooe- :Webb ,: '
1 for traveling the bride wore a Mrs Robert Rutland, Mrs. Ruth Those who sent'9iftp wer$:,Mrs.. "

(diistry rote wool suit with match PRIZEui6-BE.DRA WATUSO DANCE] Scott, Mrs E. H. Gallaher. Mrs. 1M. D. Jacobsen! Mrs J. D: Redd,
I trig hat and veil. Her purse, like GIFT E B., Blackburn Mrs B. M. Hind "Mrs Carl .ndel'lCn. Mrs. Careen

( her hoes. was navy blue I FOR MEMBER t OF OVERSEAS ARMED FORCES I'man Mrs Geo. N. Wakefield, | Rivo\ Mrs Henry Brooker Jr,

The wedding dinner was served ,. Mrs B. >P. Webb, Mrs John I Mrs .Br H Edwards,' Miss Eula
}1 lit the Washington Restaurant In I Whichard, Mrs. Frank Hausman, Ray and Miss-Marie I Hess IeY4
I A 'novel tcuiure has been enlisted men and women to the .
: St. Louis planned for the dance which will usual open house from 4 to 7 I 1' e"
Silt and Mra Kirkwood are I INITIAT'ES' MEMBERSIN
take place Tuesday night at the o'clock on Sunday 'I
making their home at 101 Port-
land ave In Belleville, Ill, which I
Ward Guests wilt drop Into,"a SCOUT MEMBERSHIP OPEN
It near Scott Field I box the names of persons serving 'TO GIRLS OVER TEN i At an impressive candluM the Initiation, Mrs. B. :SCapllnger .
The bride, a native of Home. ,
overseas with American expedi Girls 10 years of age and older':service, Mrs C. M. Barrow, and gave a brief history:of
stead, Is t graduate of Homestead '
tionary forces and on. name win are eligible for membership In the iNrs. Harold Lumpkln were Initiated the organization and Mrs. Mc-
School and Stanley Business
High be drawn to receive a special KJft Homestead Girl Scout Troop Monday evening a* members Lean sang "Without e. Song",
College. She has been employedhi prize from the USO This feature ,which on Tuesday held Its flrstmeeting ;! of, the. Liberty Rebekah Vasas ,of out. flower .were,used ". ,..
tern Uhlort telegraph and operator teletype by I* planned ,to give publicity to after its summer .....*.i I Lodge The ceremony was eon for'decoratton. In Shy hall and In ",
at a ope*
'Ctirlrtms Mall Month" for the At this time. the girls went on el:chatted by Mrs. I. P. McLean, the assembly room.. 'Homemade

A. E. F, whlty 'wilt end. Oct. IS. nature hike a* a part of their I,:noble grand and a team from the cake and punch' were served,, In.
MRS. HEIMLCIW ANNOUNCE said Mr. Ward work In'tarnlnf their wild flowtr!,local lodge: the banquet halt: '' k
I' Membert'ot'ih9. First Baptist badge .
Mrs Herman H.lnleln of Church of Homestead will be The next meeting will bt held I .

Homestead, program chairman of I present at the U$Q tf welcome the Sept. J8 at, the home of Mra Frank Jack DIXIE' DRUG Reward
the Dude County Council of Par L. Skill, captain. I .Felk. JohMoa*. .

nit-Teacher Associations, presented MRS. Jt'LIASl.'II. WEBSTI :::-1 Members of Homestead Presbyterian I'll.... 31 Sad till
an outline of speakers and ENTERTAINS AT BRIDGVMr Church served rerfesh-,

programs on the years theme, Julian H. Webster ..'was ment at last night' dance I A WORD ABOUT OUR
"Achieving Parent-Teacher ObJectives -
hostess last week to the Thuif- I
In War 'Time," at the bEMONSTRATION I
Club. The high scores
first fall meeting of the council MEMBERSHIP DRIVE SERVICEV
were made by Mrs Gen N. Wake- I MAKES
held In Central School
Wednesday -
field and Frank Webb. ., ":*, 1 The Homestead Demonstration "
auditorium In Miami.Tbe ? at, The Remit Drag Store Is |justly proud of In '
Punch and dcep-dl.h apple pie Club will hold its first meeting
P. T A. the Krvice. h is the moil impor
IJedland was Prescription
In Future
with cheese were served JJ. 930 a m. today
1,11'"u...; department In our wore Only Cipiblr.
its sent y
The guests were' Mr and ; Farmer Clubhouse after sum-
t'Jt.If. licensed phirm.oKi,using hi purest of full
W K..Rheney, Mr and Mrs. } recess. '
TWO ARE HONOR GUST* Lehman, Mr and Mr. W."R. t"1 memff-sTitu .flrfvej st"'a, 11I'nl satelipkmss'etiais.compound four preKt plet.
AT KILTER: PALM PARTYA Bird, Mr. and Mrs Gen, ft 1. ake-! launch for the new fiscal year ( ..Thl next iiroe Ice the Resell DrugStore I

recent party given by the neld, M,. and>.Mr*, Chaa..HSteffanl which will begin Oct. I, and all' serve you.VNFLAND.

t young people of the Silver Palm Mr. an "'. 1t'e. Frpn ,,We'.b! women Interested In canning. I -- -- - - --
Methodist Church in the church Mr. and Mra B M Hindman, sewing, home decorating and similar
annex served sa a welcome* to Mr*. Charles .Elchenberger, Jr., subject are invited to enroll :i Nit OUA.TmtsPETROFOL
James Jackson, son of the mewItediand I I I TONIC n9Stimulafoappetite.
and Clarence J. Parman with the local group__ ,
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: coach, and as a farewellto i
1 Terranre Myer who till en- AI- 19 MINERAL OIL

dolled as a student at the Unl- ALICE'S I so aid. In .
ienity of Florida. nutritionalanemia ONE
Games were enjoyed, and the BEAUTY PARLOR and 1

jfuesta Joined In singing to ac- $ L1VER ,
tompanlment played by Mr Myer Gt Plll

fcn the mandolin. Irl"J 'M /if 1'R-Janonal CDy t tAVA' N S ,. -
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The Young Women' Fellow- pt suPT1yrremetini
hip Group of the Silver Palm" I
lethodlst Church shared a coy.std II
dish supper In the church I

Thursday evening of last,
(veek nnex. A delightfully cornforrobl, crtoton-coblf! rctrt.hSng,

Plans wr mad to purchase' gentle liquids flow with loving cart through your hair t>l aoo7N

or unners conducting tot,the a church rummage aisles tale and And l lo! you have, ulkywft lustrous ways , glowing : SM S ilq t eL

//hlch wilt be held, tomorrow 4n with vitality and naturalntwl' :( ,1' : E

i kKikls.Dr.. CK04GSIGIUID

I JJtltnt Curlil CofJ lUavtS STO

.. t will thrill z"". 5 .0 0

.. Leonard. Hasklnt. Victoria.' 120.00 111I". ... ..fit.00 D.c.".. ..$10,00. ,' Toe effect et 1lq".mere"
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''holder of the Sugar Corpnrattou .

[to scholiushlp'returned the University cf Florida Wednesday where;" CLASSIFIED

In and GroundHomestead ,he had attended the summer seed > ADS I

ons. He was accompanied by
I his sister Miss, Bessie Lou )(yer. RATE: First inseriioa ,1.04 'a line; subsequent )linatrtloti

as t.r.. Boynton where they Wa1lDe

spent the day with their grandparents __ ___ u_ J

Miss Myer; returned j FOR RENT WANTED
home Wednesday night, and Mr.
,Myer; spent Thursday in Okee ROOMS and apartments. Reason WANTED-Man for warehouse,

Mrs. Harry Mitchell receiv JBehrens of the Homestead High I I ichobee City before going on to able rates, hot water and show Armour Fertilirer Works

), official information Tuesday that School faculty Gainesville. era. Palms Hotel Florida City. Homestead s24)

; her brother was" reported missing I Mrs. Russell Home and her I Mrs. E. P. Richter of Cairo Ga, I

,- with the U. S. S. Rowan which son, Russell Jr, returned Sunday |!Us spending the winter at the home l FOIL :SALE: WANTED TO RENT-Atlrartive,

f was recently gunk i after an extended visit to relative|jof i her son-in-law and daughter,! modern furnished tOUH. Prefer -
> Mrs. Albert Farres, the former In Mlddletown Va. En route to I Mr, and Mrs. Paul Reynolds.I FOR. SALE-Model A 1 Sit ton I' rural district Box A-1ST.

Miss Elizabeth Home, and her Homestead they visited for twoweeks I Don Ferreyra Is on a two Glade Buggy Also Fordsort Leader-Enterpriae. (PS24),

, infant Albert Jr., will arrive I In Stuart Fta Mr. week vacation from her Job as Tractor. Wolfe Auto, Wrecking, .
/ son with !
P. O. Box 7M, Homestead Fla. I I WILL PAY f} to $25 for junk
( today from Hendersonville, N. C., Home who la expected home this home economist at Redland Farm Phone 392-J. s24tf) tars also farm machinery.

> to make their home here for the weekend.v I Labor Supply Center. Wolfe Auto Wrecking P. O. Boa

duration,, PL Farces Is stationed] Capt. and Mrs. Earl Martin': Mrs. Charles Sorrease has been RARE TROPICAL TREES, shrubs,j!I 796, Homestead, Fla. Phone

i in New Mexico. They were accompanied have returned to Bloomington :returned from a Miami hospital to, ornamentals, palms. Phone C.I-1: 3924. fJJIe.tO,

K by Mrs Farret' niece j',Ill.. where Mrs Martin will re- her home here. I king 883-W 2 ml. w. of Florida I
f and nephew Barbara Home and I I.sum special medical treatment. i j I Mr. and Mrs. Leon Milliard' have''i City. U23tf) EXPERIENCED waitress to serve

ff'. Jimmy Watson, who had been' Mr and Mra. U F. Jackson and moved Into their home on Sliver! dinner hour. Good pay. Must

KJ I vacationing In HenderionviUe.f sons, James and Tom, are occupying Palm dr.Miss i PERSONAL furnish character refetence. A>.
I I I Scena Scrivener and Miss' ao mart colored bus Dam-
)'fr..nd Mrs. 1. F. Muench of an apartment In the Red- girl.
land Marybelle Glbba of Miami Beach i I FREE If excess acid causes yot i boo
Springfield Mo. are announcing teacherage. Mr. Jackson la : Tavern Jy30-U,
spent the week-end with Miss:. pains of Stomach Ulcer, Indigestion 1
/ the adoption of a sevenpoundbaby coach at Redland High School
daughter who was born on I. Mr. and Mrs Mack Haroee anti Glbbs' parents Mr, and Mrs. H.M. I' Heartburn Belching
Sept. 12. She has been named ,I.children Carroll Nancy and I Oibba.I AIR CDNMTUMCDROLLER
Zola Arjn for Mrs.,C W, McEwen;, Mack Jr., have returned from al I Mrs. W. H. Cock of Thomas-i I get free sample,' Udga' atBroln'st'Pharmacya
k. I (po29)) SKATE
v,'. of Homestead, mother of Mra.if .,visit to Mr. Hardee'a mother, Mrs ville, GsH is spending two weeks I '' '
if Muench, the former Miss Bernice A. P. Hardee In PensacoU. j!here with her brother-in-law and I ""T.M ,. r APrLN'Loins roD IN COMFORt

K. McEwen. Mr and Mrs..Muench Mr. and M 1'1. C. I:. Fortenberryare sister, Mr. and Mrs C. M. Borrow ru TAl.R NO sixes TIM ,
I 'and with Mr. and Mrs./ Paul Rey TICS IS HKNEHV omi.i, fin; to ii..e p ;it.daib :
,; have two sons, Bernard and Paul making their home now In! NQ GIVEN that A.
nolds. Mrs. 1. fATTICN AND CttHfANY. koMrr .... __ ...,
: Morencl Ariz. Cook Is an aunt of M.krr v V' Dr. Guy Otis Brewster, who haid.nbeen where Mr. For- - '* ()t.r of Miami Too CrrtlA.
, engaged In war work-lnd tenberry is engaged In war work!I;,Mrs. Reynolds :;i'ad- Wf < 1411, (411 M4 MIS, dated

((4 f Kingston, N. V..,thli summer wilt I Mr. and Mrs. J. F." Umphrey off 1 -j''iii": 'iiFii t i.: 'Mass CwiM Mr
||I" return to Homestead Oct. 1. Miami were guests Sunday of Mr i HOSPITAL NEWS i-1' -'J.1tIr' for tax deed to k.wCrrUnVair
w..rd.n.w with to.. Rink
?4" Mrs. Robert W Gaureni and :Umphrey' brother-in-law and sis- < Mnbru Ikt t Skating ,

ff- laughter, Bonn)'., arrived Friday ter. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Booth. i John Martin HarrelL III. was'smiled proprny, tlluaud hi'itz".1 I ..
in ....., n sun I ITM A. W. r b allows
l. 'from their home In Cherry Point Mrs. C. F. Waldron and jon I|born In James Archer Smith Hospital I Let I WkMknal ......... Plot ..... II''
P N. C. to visit relatives here Calvin. returned Thursday from on Sept. 22 to Mr. and Mrs. Pap*. It In the riff\ ,nt .,......., Count j ,

Mrs. Alva Lee has returned High Point. N. C. where they ;vli-j John Harrell of Homestead Pilots4 N. 6411... The", as....::.:= .4/no.nime I Ie I Dad thin loth Ia. .-.. ...;-. D:

from vl.IUnc'hpr husband. Col ited relatives They were ac-om- Mr. and Mrs Oliver Cash of f1: She: this' "rr.r:1 Grutra.Wa141 leas. IlTEI.LA. W. RARrrR.rnold.n6.
I .. ..
Lee. In New York City and her ipanled home by Mrs. Weldron'i Miami an parents of anon born Wlntkmp wo.nrluf M Plot 1010' 1),
mother, Mrs. P. C Nielson, in cousin, Misr Claudia Lasslter of I Sent. 17. ':i. In /AYeni :' Ml.w/. C.sole 'HA. (i. Tillihi,.R.

Salt] lake .City. Miss Julia AnnLee I Randleman N. C., who will b.I i i.their I i A son was bnrp nn Spot It ti 1 '"! Orllnr.l D..... SMI.II...rf UIJ KtivrH.The n.>_rmbntrnlIn ....ntt 20 ftrate '. 10. n.a..nloryIAas. 24. 0rL 10

who accompanied her mother1! sliest until the latter part rt Pvt and Mrs. Walter GrlfAlts Of said\ p......., ..<\.r the Mid ('...11.... 1.- I. !04111 __
....... .. ,. ', ,
| .he ,_..
I1garct the week Mr. of U. '
on the trio, has enrolled In Ms- Waldr"n Mtuned I Hftftead.Medical, Lt.WIMkr M.p.*. n. 11.11 If ',, NOT!! C'" APPLICATION FOR
Hall School In Versailles! !Saturday'' night from M 'co" whr patients this w eV P... II In h. Cur rtT Ul.nl. County nf rhaplrr TAX HOT DERV Aria of tool
'II he has been employed for the out were: Mrs. Ocle Waters and 'node Bl.l. ot riorMVU I *. mkrvH In III* A .UI
.nlnr.w No ..... .___
Ky.Marvin MI'I'I fk. rat of NOTICE: IS A.
Shaw": returned this mon'h at the Warner-Robbins Virginia Walton bo-h of wild pmprrtr undo thr MM CrrtlViu
... H. I'ttlrn end v..n...... tMkk* of Stole
I Aircraft plant.After'spending. '.k < | we.n the n>r of lnliM>.n. ..
V ftk from Puerto Rico where ht :stead, Mrs. Dexter Hamilton .. and Onuntr Tai CVnlftratr N. 4M its
Us1.ald Cmlnr.u.
:., has been,"cmoloyed) In warwork a row days herewith .Tape Sable Horace Bell CI'I irmnllnt fat taw, too hall||d.-d he will rilwmMl Sued Ih mown* Tlh dan my<*iifn Jul**... A awl, II,"141.. aiaito.prllralk buDM

< Mrs. R... E'JEflwsrds Is expected his. parents the Rev. anj Princeton, and Albert Norman q),[.W jD r th.r U4L M rn She ITU 1 nf OrNibrf.A . for a. Ina dad to b* b>i4lnram.

$, home Sept 29,tram Akron where l Mme W'E. Myer., Terrarre MY8l'.1 Ta venter. J I 1LtA.pa, 1010 tend day at a.peewbn..A. U, ,.fallowlna. .aM_r_d.a1AMa.mir MikrwM tm the the
'1 she has been, visiting/ relatives. 0--- = ff. : ''Onlr nf Dom aiato of FbrWa. towlllUl
: |' 4, Wlnlkn .._. ....bo., flat
; Kendall children .
and .
Mrs. Harold
cinM-H c-.n.I Nmli I l*... ,
I i "' tt In the County of Palo
, Susan and Martha, and Miss I Dade'...Y niily PkK-Ma. 'Slat* of rbW.,
I I vClrruH Court Srrl
1Jf/ \ ..,
i, The Mid nndrrIk
1 a..r..mint pruprrty
7'1 Bessie Lou Myer heve returned An Almost-New l>. N. c. fStRRE-f: n. C.
1 MM trnlnrauMl In the nan nil
from Merepolnt.Me.. where they lS.pt..... Ort. (. If;,It. HIM llntnrwill -
I ..
< MM rU*
nk hell
M w ra.
r spent the summer I I MOTH I or A..t.H'ATION fOR dawned aMKHIna- .... the pmprrtydfwrlhnl ,
: M.....G J. Barnes and. ehldren.Nita | I TAR'DSSDCh.pa. tkmln. will b* MM to the kink.I .
Mnttf Ana vl lots
I It I I m kuwr Ik Ciwrt Hmiar dn HOME al *
iyy ; Ronald, have, $1900On I
; and : I I NOTICE 1M Y/HEHEHY3! G.VtJf'.he.. Monday In she month of Nownn.r,
r ftom' HeDdersOnvllle N. ,C,,i and I It 'nnmr rrwrim Mama "r ..... and '.'*... chink. k> the lat day of Norrxbrr.1C .
fC7t.a1 frpringS, Miss Vhere they I .Qory y Taa Gn/tr." INe1 and
lsObIk.o.d: :: holed thin. | lath day of fb-Mrmb-r, Isle
B rues a. Ills day July, A. D. IItn. '
Aspett jery I 'el L month)4 C. II LkWIWURMAN
it" bled .wm I. or stark. and bull .
Ct.rb clnuU (
IlC lI'IIiniQ 4. e<'1I\P1ct'bI-.P" : mad appllratloa fur a Ian time eo lie
1iI.i __1'f. H det7tatvlBs.MrsM | : I two lots. Adjoins Home tweed tkrraaa, sold CanHleHMtk _......, Court Vail 4)MM,. FloridalYnutt
anttjsens f.lb.wbnt aWmavd p4ny. t* Ikt'CVonlr a, N. O STICHMTT. b. C
'*5",Don, f (aftdFrank: X..Wurphy, havit. returned, stead. Large bedroom '- In R. M of It,nf...".StaW US, rt.at af!":."i.tn.nlu n-whl <...... 11, II, Hot .. (, 1411

)111" NK, Ira. .. n ft far lUmt In ,
l f om Rome Ga.hwbere,they were secedes 1.. Township It south, Ross II
tguesU':Of Mr*.'Xwrpliy'i: ;< !!"" .., fact every room Is large and I Eli, xmuMiHI ... Aerwa.w ,* ar IrM, I* flow Pes.ttl/
.l .
doe Caunty f D tr. Slat T rkUa
>rM. '.IU\d.Jri.l..Svllornf.jF i cool. $1900-all cash. _b....... In Ctrtl.ra.l. Nu . Tat. 1
.:.jM'"' HOT; McLtsiv; ...*& her i , .--lOt. at wild ,"-'" ....k* Ikt MMI CAB SERVICE
Yre/ent .
Masai .
goes the MM a( (*
t r :.brother., D. Lr, McLean, returned U. Alihwow. I
i .Jut,w"\I'.f\ a'visit In Maxton,I Eleanor &. 4i ft *r w. ms ,.. w .. is* ft. *r .
> Froscher maaoabba
+ f HIS *f MH: IMI a. II n Inc road InRtrllu titleDay
N. C.Mri. 14. TwMklp II South, Rana*
L'! : .*T. C;Seifert "visiting Ini II Kan, la Ik* Oumly of llaa*, luw '"TrinHda
.. .. Phcne 9108
Registered Real Estate Broker mkrard It CJortil. Mo.
| Malotl at the home of her daughter leftTO anitianat rat MM .nr
1 ern*
Mrs. Lena Bechdol. U 8. FUf Irr Ave. Homestead, .....', the Mid c...,..... Lowed woo ,In
f fh.. oats of John McKay. Night Phone 389
r Cipt and Mrs. James Franklin I Phones :tlS-J. Ita.. I Unless MM Coo..It..._ .k.ll lied' r*.
McCrary left Monday for .:Tulla- dewed-a ... In law the property d*.
i .i irrilvd ......,. will b* told I* Ik* .1.... HOMESTEAD CAB OERV1CCF.
homa Tenn. after visit with :
a ... bMoVr tl the Cvarl HOMM door .n
.7.11'1. McCrsry's mother, Mrs. y yChat. "the ant Mader In doe "immalls nI H. O. flmmnr. fttp.
mnkrr. I".. okkk It Ik* Irt day ofNt'vrmkrr
Behrens of Princeton. Mrs. I 141. ,
McCrary Is. the former Miss Lol'ri 1 D.lr4 into I4lk day of ..........iooor.
t.A II' "t-i.
*4 Clunk Coart.Dad .
r I ?_,.F"""rlda.iCIrrvk I
C...,, Slight
Br N. C TrRRKTT. a C.
arpt IT II, Ortr I, 4i.J04tNDTrs >. EXPERTBARBER1NC

Oct. 1st Last Day I ''to. CsED5TwI "

AaauCtATtON, OF HOMrat Alb '

: | OUT CIATHIN THE niM-II.UnoK'' VNDR.AFFAIRS TDK or AND: "Till TO CLONE AI_ II.I '. .,. __Ao ... JIc.I"

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