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: October 1, 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: VID00614
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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r NATIVE-HELP Committee to Advise on ODT Problems II FERVOR OF REDLA1S AREA !


Appointed by Citrus, Avocado Industry 1,
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Mi} mmTOSHAUMl ; Twenty-five representative-clt--of Miami, the trucking Interest Bonds totaling $151,850 have $9125 of which were sold from I t

t trts, avocado and? Umt growers, One member of the committeewill been told in Homestead since the Friday of last week to Thursdayof
harkete and shippers met in LegIon be chosen to represent the Third this week, Inclusive.
War Loan drive started on
Hall Wednesday with Thos Miami are' which include More than $30,000 worth of
:- McGahey area manager, and ODT, Dade, Broward, Monroe, Collier. Sept. 0, and more than $79,000 bonds were purchased at the our
,_ Representative Lee to elect a Hendry and Palm "Beach counties of them were sold during and I tion and rally In ,Legion Park
.; I representative committee to advise -! ) as a member of the Citrus after the big parade and tally Saturday afternoon, according toa
i and assist ODT In directingthe Industry Transportation Committee staged last Saturday afternoon total of bids'"caught?' on the fly"
: The proposed importation ,of movement of motor truck in I according to figures compiled by by a Leader representative. This
I maximum of ,000 Jamaican the transportation of these fruits the Leader last right. is believed to be a conservative
v field hinds for-work on big Florida In the Miami area. The First National Bank of estimate, as the bids came fast
farms this winter will release John R. Matners of'Goulds AIR BASE OTU Homestead sold a total of $130623 and furiously at times and there
a labor pool for email grower. chairman, was named to represent from Sept. 9 to Sept. 30, inclusive was a period when the platformwas I
It was pointed out yesterday by avocado interests; William MERGED UNDER and $ 7.1150 of these bonds crowded with bond buyen
F Luther L. Chandler of Goulds, Crowe of Sliver Palm. the citrus were sold since Friday morning while the military band from MiVml
.tom, ..consultant to the :War, Manpower Interests; Harold W. Kendall ot lot last week. Beach. was playing 'durlnfwfwfWU .
'o..l r taAAWN, gem. .3'1olrQa, .,;,.;.Maas :..could.tM liaq ,{aierstarrwkB. 'J. COLPLUMiHER.Col. j....TheJUqrawtead office ,sold supposed to beao..J .
tbor. Rue of Homestead-.the grow Third War loan bond to the terlude In the auction .
In order G eliminate racial en' interests; and Gene Beecher : I .- of t20,125alnee Sept 0, Th.-'bOn. paradetl' the

friction clans are being made for Wm. L. Plummer, commanding biggest event of Its klnd'H"me-
the concentration of Vie, Jamaican officer, of the air base stead has ever seen. The scheduled .
labor farms like GO BOARD WILL MAP
on big the augaf CAUTIOUSLY
line of
Clewlstort personnel and service activitiesat march Was from N. W.
plantation at where
Homestead Field, has assumed fourth it south on Krome ave.
they can be housed separatelyfrom GROWERS TOLD charge of the Second Operational POST WAR PLANS to and around the Legion Parktrla1'ltl
both white and Hack: domestic ;
I Training Unit which has been but the parade was so
workers Mr Chandler merged with his command. Lt. tint that the rearmost unit wail
t salt. CEILINGS LOOM CoU Bennett H. Griffin, former HERE SATURDAY obliged 'to" form at Kings highway -
Is,estimated that.about 0,000
head of the OTU.. left Wednesday 11 blocks back of the start'
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; I or Wa.hlnlton.D. C., for reassignment -! ng point
JtocaJ growers, were warned I to important war C P. Hcjfensteln! executive At'3 o'clock the parade swung
ReV.. Pafford HesiffnsToEnlltinU.S. yesterday to proceed with the utmost -' duties. secretary, and Mr. Hooten of the dawn Krome ave to the martial
Army I caution in planting their Announcement, .th, mergingof i Florida state planning board will music of the snappy OS-piece
winter crops by L. L Chandler the two command was madeon meet with Mayor T. J. Harris, a band of the air forces offices
The :Rev. G. t Patford taij 1 who returned recently from eon- ,Monday and Col. "Plummer committee from the Homestead candidate school at Miami Beach,
waived draft exemption..* a mm-J erences in Washington to determine and his staff were hosts Monday city council and representatives the uniformed Homestead High
later of the gospel and has reIgned -]r Florida_ oduct ceilingprices. evening a farewell dinner givenat of local civic organizations to map School band, and an orchestra
f, ( the pastorates of the Florida *! the Bamboo Tavern for Col. cut a postwar program Iff.}{.,.hiestead. from the Redland High School
City and the Redland Community I Definite announcement of Flor- Griffin. mounted on a truck.
churches to wait Induction ida ceilings- perishable vegetables For the most part, the officers Henry Brooker, Jr.. Frank B. Five hundred marching/ soldier,
Into service. At the present, i will not be made for several I and the O.T.U. personnel will be Rue and B. W. Morris have been a trim contingent of WACS, anti
fc* Ii at the home of his parents, weeks-too late to serve local retained to continue the organization I appointed by Vie council to represent aircraft and machine gun, and
Mr. and Mrs. J. Pafford, la, MI- :farmers as a baits of calculation : and the synchronization of I that body at tomorrow's army vehicles were followed by
l .fcmf.Mr In determining this season' acreage 'transport crews under Col. Plum- 'conference which will be held in uniformed boy and girl scouts,
Pafford who closed;thts\ he pointed out. Estimates on mer' command.The the city hall at 0 o'clock. Future Farmers, an American Le
work here last Sunday was ... ''hand show that 6000 more acres & color guard the Red Crow
Wood here June 11 of this-yety than last year will be in culti- motor corps, block leaders from
by the Florida/ Conference tin vation in Dade County this winter.A C. of C. Amends Constitution to Begin the Dade County Defense Council
Lakeland. His successor will be house agricultural committee and ambulances and marching
Fiscal Year in October Instead of
a named by Dr. E. Z. Tyler super hearing to force definite action April personnel from the Homestead
Intendent of ,the Miami District on ceilings has been set or i and Princeton Casualty stations -
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The Rev. Geo. E. Deuel will nesday Oct. 10 In Zooming warplanes over
preach In the two churches this Although the national Wed-I constitution of the Redland rim, Wm. J. Geronlmo, Dr. Carl head lent an additional thrill to
-:. coming Sunday.., .J. (Continued on Page District Chamber of Commercewas Robinson, Thomas Edmonds, Pat the military spectacle. Wm. J.
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amended by vote of the mem-,Gaftney, Herbert Katz and Mrs. Geronimo, adjutant of John Q.
bership Thursday night to begin Eleanor Froscher, (Continued e* Page Seven)
Redland District Lions Hosts Tuesday the fiscal year in October Instead

I':' At1fiJeeting of Zone Advisory CouncilThe of At in April.Ws meeting a plan was I Songs From Moral Rearmament Revue I

... inaugurated to Insure experienced ,
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Redland District Lions It y. adventure and achievementS. director on the board at all! Rotary NightTalks

Club entertained Tuesday evening J. Lynch announced, the i timea. The plan provide that I --
1.1 ; a .ladles' night the tone South Dade blood bank roundup -I the three director receiving the and songs by Cpls. Stuart' trated their talks by Frank Raceof
t advisory council which I* composed which is to be held from 0 a.I I greatest number ?f votes among I Smith and Duncan Corcoran of Coral Cables: Larry Aldrltt o>f
;L. *e .the president and thesecretaries (Continued on Page Four) the seven to be elected-will hold Homestead Field, Moral Rearnia! Miami and Mr*. Janla Stevens of
'F of each club of the office for a term-of two years, aswill ment enthusiast who toured the Coconut Grove. Piano accompaniment -
E. son*. After a covered-dish supper Farm Bureau Will Elect the three highest men of the United States tail 1elt',.3iUb.the was played by Mr*. Nigel
Ii. and the regular club program New Officers ThursdayThe four to be named In each succeeding patriotic revue, "You C 't Defend Andrew of Coral Gable and
the council met in a two-hour election. America", featured a Rotary Ann Newport R. I, who presented, also
t. 1tIIJ0I1.f annual meeting and election I The annual meeting for the dinner meeting of the Homestead a piano solo
:Zone, Chairman Gerald Saunden of officers of the Dade County election of officers will be held I Rotary Club Wednesday night In I Moral rearmament means the
p of Key West made a brief talk Farm Bureau will be held at Monday night, Oct. II, at which Legion Han. I banishing of fear and greed and
to the group and the Rev. W. X. I P. m. Thursday, Oct T, In the time Preston B. Bird, chairmanof I A vocal duet'by CpL and'Mrs. 'hate, the speakers said and the
4'' Myer, pastor of the Silver Palma auditorium of Penine school the' county commission will :Wm. Tanner, 'with piano accompaniment :revue they traveled with depicted
Methodist Church and member Interesting speaker will be presented speak on "Post-war Plan for by Mrs. Julian R. Webster I the transformation wrought la
R of the Lions Club, spoke on announces Secretary Har- Dad County and the Redland was a separate featured musical a family and In an industrial
i Why Lion dub Meet". He old E. KendaU. The meeting is District | number of the evening'i program. ) 'plant when moral rearmament
pointed out the four goal to be open to an grower whether or The following membership step In.
attained by taking: ; an active part not they are affiliated with the were renewed at Thursday's meetIng i Cpl Smith and,Cercoran were Sounder homes Is the thing we
In Llonlsm a* comradeship, aecur- bureau. : P' B. Bird, Mayor T. J. Har- assisted IratI.. songs that filus- (Continued on. Page Seven)




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I \ 'IENIN'SE'RV'I'CE-* .. ,,DADE WMC\ SAYS Death Kings Takes Highway Z. II. MartinAt Home REV. CRANTFORD x


OUR FATHERS BETTER I I Zeke Houston_Martin 64, diedFriday BEGINS BAPTIST J

=1W. N' .- in. I of last week at his home
IGIIT "ESSENTIAL"To I Ion Kings highway after a long PASTORATE OCT.3
LEE IS RADIO RFECIAUST |t Sgt. Ted Oldendort has been Illness Funeral services were
Philadelphia Sept JO.--Raymond transferred from New Guinea, -- I held at II a. m Monday In the -
C Lee, 20, ion of Mrt. Prai. where he had been stationed for clarify the status of father Homestead Presbyterian Church,!
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ton Lee of Couldi, was graduated four months, to "a very beauti- lot draft age who are employed at with the Rev Ceo. H. Rkls of The Rev L. B. Crantford of
Uiii week from a course In aircraft ful islandwhich la J Pheavei."I present In Industries designated ;"Miami and the Rev Marvin T. Chattanooga Tenn will assume
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radio equipment conductedby compared formeKbatst he I as "locally needed" but not as ,I|Murphy oflfciatlng. Burial followed the pastoral of the First Baptist
tile army air forces training reveals. In bah recent lettet."It "essential" the following state- In Palm Cemetery at Nar- I Church of Homestead Sunday
command: at the Phllco Radio takes two months to get the Leader jment was Issued yesterday by Tur-ner He was called unanimously by .
Corporation school hen. but it h swell,* he says. I Russell A. Rasco, errs director of [the congregation on Aug. I whenhe
Lee, who was previously graduated -I II s 'the War Manpov. Commission: i He was born In Cleburne Tex.I[ visited the church here and j

from a basic radio court I Tech. Sgt. Eldred N. Dew?Be, "You have been Informed that j He served as sheriff In Trinidad preached two sermons. He and ,
In the AAF training command, is who has been spending a ten-day I activities designated as 'locally1 I I Col. and for a number of yean 'Mr*. Crantford an expected to.'j.
now qualified ai a specialist In furlough here with his mother,i;needed' an In all respects except 1 I was a building contractor In the arrive In Homestead some time 1
operation and repair of three Mrs L. H. Waters, will return one In the tarn category at activities I South. Prior to:coming to Homestead I today. ;
types of Inter-plane and plane-to- .this week-end to the U. S. Marine known at 'essential activities' !i he was In charge of the I Mr. Crantford hips been paitor;
round communications equipment bat at Cherry Point, N. C. The sole exception Is that steel yards of the TBA at Wheeler of the East Lake Baptist Church
and In the radio compass Sill Dew_ has been on active for purposes of the draft selective I Ala ,In Chattanooga for the Post It:
Following this thorough training duty as an aerial photographerIn service doe not recognize the designation i j|I Mr. Martin cam to Homestead 'years. For six ,..al'l' tie held: J
Lee has been selected to of needed' and an'.activity '' sta.
attend the Pacific theatre of war. 'locally i eight years ago with his wife, the weekly radio service over
a radio I school which > to designated remains InI lion WAPO. He served th*
:: edh I I former Miss Margaret SvetlajHwhom
will p fora radio opera -I I r CpL Howard West arrived tile same category as activities he married in Gadsden, Edgewrod Baptist Church in Atlanta
lor'a alignment aboard an Wednesday on furlough from I which have not been so declared Ala. in 1928. She survives him.' for 10 years, and prior to
AAF bomber Mitchell Field I rand which do not fall within essential that time held p.ator.tea.t 1
Long Island, wherehe Other lurvivorl' are twd children
Lee, a graduate of Redland .Is on duty as radio operatorand groups : m.'lalll' Phoenix, Ala., .and Rlchland, Ga, 1
High School, was graduated also "There will be Instances where. by a former i'
mechanic. Cpl. West, the son Miss A letter from the Chattanooga'
I Margaret Martin and Allen -
from Embry-Rlddl School of Av.lallon of Mr. and Mn S. L. West, was fathers who are. presently employed -I'I' Martin of California his Baptist Paston Conference eom.c J
In December of 1942 and In 'locally needed' .ctlvl- : mending Mr. CranUord has been*
graduated from the army radio 'I I
mother
Mrt. Margaret Martin of
entered the army Jan. 6, 1943. He school In Chicago. ties but who an within draft age) sent to the church here and tar I
hat three brothers In the service: I IRobert i will wish to transfer to essential [Frederick. Okla; two sisters, Mn
I deferment Myrtle E. Piper of Frederick and :1! (Continued on Pug rotary 1
M. Lee In the par.troop. activities for the purpose of -
Roy B. Walker
In Instances when such Mrs. Flora Wells of Dallas, Tex.;
en at Fort Bennlng, Ca, Preston
mate third classU.Ph.rm'Clat"//
H. Lee In the air forces at Dolhan, spending a JO-day ..\ requests are made to local officials and a brother, Ogden Martin of funeral wen Mn Martin's moth-
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Ala* and Sidney J. Lee In the his family after It months of service of the United States Employment -j(San Francisco. 'er, Mn Joseph Svetlay of Birmingham t
air forcea overseas In the Southwest Pacific. Mr. Service, this reason should Pallbearers were; W. Y. Bush ; her brother, Victor Svet-
s' a s and Mrs. Walker'a son and daugh be considered sufficient grounds'!I J. R Brooks, R. O. Shore,' A. J. lay of Knoxville; and Edwin
THOMPSON NOW A PFC. ter-in-law, Roy B. Walker Jr4 E. for release and for placement. of I Campbell, T. D. Pich and George Buckner, a nephew, from Birmingham '

Orlando Air Base. Orlando, M. third class, U, S. N.. and Mrs, the Individual with industries In Polk. They returned horn*-.-- f
Sept. 30.-Pvt. Samuel H. Thorny Walker, are her on a visit from the 'essential' group Making the trip here for the Wednesday 7
son. member of a quartermaster Key West "
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company stationed at Minorville,
Flag recently was promoted to Sgt Allen\ Harford Is on furlough J ./ J
the rank of private first class. He In Miami at the horn oil I 3
la the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce his mother, Mr*. Con ,
Thompson of Florida City. Pfe after active duty
Thompson ls a graduate of Homestead Harford, who has been In H3rford.// 1
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High School. Before Joining my three years, formerl .
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the army he was employed by. the his home on Plummer dr.. -
Homestead Grocery tended Redland school 1I

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GIVEN FAREWELL DINNER Jay NewtoifT U. S. coastguardsman ->
Adolph Lopez, who left Tuesday has 'been transferred from Ale 44, r*
morning for training aa In the Great Lake Training Elation
army. air student at Miami Beach I I to Northwestern Unlverftj: at
was guest of honor Sunday evening Evanston IIL, when he will receive -
it a dinner given at the i training in 'radar. Jay W a 1
Bamboo Tavern by. a group of I.I son of Mr. and Mrs J. H. Newton -
friendi. After the main court, of Florida City and Is a f
he was presented with a cake Inscribed graduate Gf Homestead High
-Good luck. Fun". .and I School. t
this was served with Ice cream I I t t'a
Besides the honor guest, covers Pvt. Corbet Smith has been
were laid for; Mm \\* Jean i I transferred from Camp Plckett,
Irwin Miss Rosemary Burk Miss Vs.. to Fort Leonard Wood Mo.. J
Kathleen Wagner, AI Lopes, For-j!land Mrt Smith Is making her I :,
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rest Burk and Frank Orlficl I home at Waynetvlll, Ill, which I
Adolph the son of Mr. and It about seven miles from the' 410
Mrs. Mario Lopez, was graduatedlast camp. Pvt Smith It serving a*
June from Redland High a carpenter with the medical

School where he was a track star,corps _
and an active member of the,
school band. obert Hurrah. motor maohinIsfs Wit
mate, second class, U. S. N.,
CpL and Mrs Thos E. Hodges and Mn. Murrah an In Norfolk
an the parents of a son born I iVa, when lie has reported for'
Sept. 29 In Jackson Memorial reassignment after eight months' Ii l '
Hospital In Miami. Mrs. Hodges!duty In the South Atlantic. Mr '
is the former Miss Jewel Hodge j Murrah has been In service 1* .11'(
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CpL Hodges la stationed at Miami'i months. and recently spent a 30-I'I'I
Beach with the army air forcea j day leave her with his wife, tho '

Clement Russell. ,.fighter pilot ,' former Miss .Helen. .West II |. How to keep 'the Good News Good!;: :

with the army air forces In Sicily. Lt. Etful) Bailey Sent I .
has recently been promoted to: Ctl.J,
To Santa Ana )
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tint lieutenant it. Russell
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a ] The war news for the past few months has been
son of Mn. W. H. Russell of Nar. I 1 } mighty
ants and a brother of Mrs. Don :!i Fort Des Moines: la. Sept goOd for our aide. "
Talbott of Homeatead. 2nd i Lt Ethel Ernestine Balle
t e I I j I Homestead, Fla. who has been And you' can help KEEP it: good. There's at big price.. tag x ;"

Pre Fred Fuchs U stationednow Ing tached Center to the Fortnee First WAC.Moines 2.S-l' on good news, on attacks and victories;, a price tatg.of life, sacrifice atr
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at he Sioux.la taking Falls.training S. JDolu.where 1n1(|Chas reported to Santa Ana, . and cold hard cash. Our job here'at. home is to' provideGood :: =

,radio. He recently spent a fur- for active 'duty.. . .Uf..c PJenty'o .ft. .Nowf : : ' :''': :,' > :. ... >:h
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Lieutenant ,
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.lough her at Jhe horn ofhis .
parent, Mr; and Mrs Fred Fucht ,many Womea'a Army Conofficer : '. news: ill.born of action!;:fiction:consume*,material,.ma*", .
e e who ar* now actually replacing terial .costa money. Buy bonds-mp. the' .hilt today. : "
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regular army officers In .
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Calboun Beauchamp. .U
well known here when h* has the Acid In operational positions.iii It's thd w-i. today to back. the men ;who are doinga' real.. ". :. .

visited with his uncle and aunt., jot of sacrificing. ;i '.
Mr. and Mrs. Joel J. Robinson,iii reT"mpoj I -
Ilea enlisted In the navy' and to1 KEEP THAT NEWS GOOD!
:stationed at the Great Lakes I"
CAB SERVICEat :
Training Station. He Is on leave I' BO"'DS' :;
'In wnU.maon.C..t the summer! I BACK THEA'r.TACK..WITH' WAR
hoot of his. grandmother, JoI ra. reatamabl* rake'r .
Grace McL Smith.
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0.." I PhontlVkSS9 This afivert'jefent Is a contribution to Atterl-a a'l-out war effort byFRANKLIN'S '-.
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; I i .......With........Uncle....... of Increase in farm wage I* 120 Date Max. Min BarRain j
per cent, the Florida wag Increase -
I 1OW""ATlele, , BLUE STAMPS: U. V and W I scales from 250 to 400 percent Sept 16 .... J I 110 I 70 12999, .
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valid through I Mr. Chandler said. This fact Sept 17 . I 91 I 71 |SO,01| 0.25J'
I of ra- RED STAMPSX Y and Z valid together with the lack of labor Sept. 18 _. J 90 | 71 130.021| 0.18J s
Issued for all through Oct. 2. BROWN stampsA I and the definite and severe shortage Sept 1< -..._I 88 |170 |128.961| 0.90 '
gallons of and B valid through Oct. 2; C'' of vegetable containers must Sept 20 __ _.) 91 1 89 |2t.88':
to a good through Oct. 30. D become !'', be carefully considered by Jhe Sept. 21 ......1 I 93 |167 |128.801|
; This enable valid Oct. 3 and remains good farmer la deciding how much to Sept-II ___.1| 93 1 69 |121.901!(
DI aesoreung through Oct. SO. plant, Chandler said. Sept 23 __.1 I 98 | 702| 01| t ,
need and SUGAR: Stamp 14 good for five Suggested celling prices hive Sept 24 _._I 91 I 67 |2 .82| 0.60J
.we. men on pounds through October. Nos. bean submitted to the Florida vegetable Sept 25 ___ ( 91 I 8S |121.8111| j
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r ,1 for five pounds each for canning. Administration and the Office of: Sept 27 _... .1 I 87 ) 8T P*.9J| 0.U|
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I In War Ra local board for additional rations criticism la sn.effort to Sept 29 ..... "I| 87 I I 89 |130.001| |
/ :!I becomes if necessary. arrive at equitable permanent
( will have FUEL OIL: Period I coupons celling The Florid Vegetable
{ Stamp It II' valid through December. Committee has recommended the and Bahama field hands for employment *
( expire Oct. GASOLINE: A-coupon 6 good correction of certain inequities by small farmer, said
I I and for three gallon through Nor. 21. caused by higher local production Mr. Chandler.
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{! 1 atamp. I STOVES: Consumer; purchase costs, and It I* la, daily communication Nothing definite ha beta ..
worked out for the of Italian
of rationed stove must be made i with Washington In the effort use
: hotne-canajed with a certificate obtained at local to murk out fair ceiling., prisoners of war on Florida farm
ai that of war price and rationing board. I Chandler said. I and grove, he said, and the recent
) commercial SHOES: Stamp' IS (In sugar I E. W. Una and J. Abner Cox i surrender of Italy has added to
! no home book) valid far indefinite period.was ,of Peter returned horn Wednesday the complication M perhaps It I
have a pelnt night from Washington mills will change the status of Italian
I
I(I! eight points I reelected to that place. the promise of early ceiling prices -j prisoxn. t
points per on potato A conference ofrepresentative
"We also have observed that I I LIONS CLUB
I| Brother Crantford I* a sound : potato men Vas
I| I of the gospel, and held with OPA official Monday
preacher 011 1 (Continued from Page One)
j t when South Florida labor problems -
II ;pastor with a real shepherd'
.1 I heart, working tirelessly, ever and weather condttfoni were m. to 1 p. m. on Sunday, Oct 10
.,. Two) I considered. I In the Sacred Heart clubhouse
leading his people Into pastures
green
:: In Miami. and by the till water In east of the postofflce In Home--,
: their spiritual life. He has not stead. Several Lion signed
: j I that the- I I only preached to large congregations I JAMAICANSContinued pledge to give blood.

! : Crsntford. In his church, but no doubt ( from Page One) Program Chairman Carl Wagner -
announced that the ipeakerfor
!I East Lake has spoken to literally thousands
Jamaican laborer are employed the next meeting, Oct. 12. will
I j[, call to the In his weekly radio service
of Home-' now In 'summer crop in the be- Lt. James of Homestead Field
i, Brother Crsntford has also
: |' to proven United State and that about one- who will discuss "Blind Flying
every ,Himself to be
1 very capable n an
; Bap- organizer and builder. He leave third of these will return home and Its Part in the War and Post
when the fall harvesting I* over. Period."
I war
j
i deep
one of the best organized churches -
I I feel very!' The remaining 0,000 should be Nine Lions were present from
j in our city. He has led his
!I(' *. We also people within the past few available to Florida and by fillIng Key West,' eight from Coral
: !: t heartily to to year the labor needs of big operator Gables; and three from Miami!
build and pay for one of the
'
they will release domestic Beach.

t I I of eleven church moat beautiful building In and the adequate city, ..

we have "The devotion between him and :
to be t his people teemed to have been '
I| \ both In i iI mutual, a* tear and sobs were I WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE

: I I I :: : :; : and In his observed In the audience whenhe
pastors. offered his resignation. There
_Jib_ and ask ties which bind u* al) In the Announces the opening: of a'
I" >mrlch-' common call to the ministry, and 1
iplrit In, wt pray the richest blessings oJ| I Repair Shop
tt"I I' God upon him and Mr*. Cranttorjlwho
our esteem Is a rest helpmeet In the
... In him. work as they go to, their ;new 1 BRING TOUR TROUBLES 'TO
: he baa held field of service."

: leadership J. G. BUCHANAN
the In.Ocoee the: S. L Kendrick I

several JUSTICE or TOT I He Repair Bicycles, Electrical Appliance and Lawn Hewers.

I as preali PEACE He Sharpens: Lawn Mower. Hand Saw. Pruning Saws, .Scissors
(i and chair- Birth Certificate and ether dee- and Cntler,.
| Al- Hnenla acknowledged and ,wlt.Biased. .
yean he has He Does Soldering and Mends Household Articles.
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In our Odd Fellows Bldg.
! : only recently N. W. lit 8t Homestead Fla.








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October 1, 1943 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE! _. Pace FIve


I Local Merchants Chad i Springfield, MOo An appreciablegain

JAMES ARCHER SMITH In membership was reportedI
For Aid to'Jfod Cross
by the church group which has
HOSPITAL NEWS
: and.Rrouncl '" I
In $1,000,000 for postwar
appropriated
; '
A letter Df appreciatkRfoc the minion work, Mr. Short
:1 Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Peeblesof :riUlb.ution of Homestead merchant ,-

Homestead Homestead are the parents of I to the camp and-hospltal I After attending the council Mr.

a daughter born Sept. 30 In 'service of the military commands I i Shorter viiited his mother In Big
James Archer Smith Hospital.
!In the Homestead area was received
I Springs, Tex.. where ha held several
The baby weighted eight and : this week from the Red meetings.
.. .
I -- one-half pounds I Cross by Mayor T. J. Harris:
A daughter was born Sept. 29 I The letter 1111'811'b, Chas. A.I,
Mr. and Mn. Harry Mathers of I sister, Mrs Frank Darden of Tltusvllle to Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Arnold of Mills, chairman of the Red Cross Churches Will Observe
'j[Patterson, N. J.. have purchased Fla. Homestead. II
and service
camp hospital committee Communion Day SundayWorld
Anderson residence and grow i ifOG
the Warrent Officer and Mn. JohnT.
\, of Dade County, reads: I
Mrs. Albert Peterson returned
dr. and are now I
Bauer )
W Allen of Homestead are the
I "We have just learned through:
there. last week from HendenonvlUe, communion day on Sunday -
presiding .-. I but plans to leave soon for Hot parents of a daughter born Sept.. Mr. Preston Bird, chairman of, Oct i. will be observed with

lln. X D. Redd returned Friday . Springs to Join Mr. Peterson, who 28.Sgt and Mn. Doug SiellcU of the board of county commission-, the holy communion service at
theJlMler I has been IlL en, of the very generous contributions -, the Methodist churches of Silver
after I><1lng
P Homestead of son
are. parent a
made by the merchants i
I and Porcine, It
C Palm. Princeton
I with relative In Alken, S. .
land Hendenonvllle, N. C. 1 Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Maltha born Sept. 26. of Homestead to be used for camp has been announced by their
In this week '
I spent the week-end with friends Surgical patients and hospital service of the military pastor the Rev. M. E. Myer..

&. Mrs. Herbert Katz ha been 111 In Miami Beach. Homestead were Mn. and Gotch Mn Robert Kufeldt Artlo-of commands In the Homestead Lt. D. U James. Jr. will sing

3 for the ,part two week at her Mn. T. L.' Dial and daughter, 11 of Miami. Medical patients area."May we ask that convey: "The Lord' Prl''' at the Silver
you which wlU begin at
? borne on Redland i rd.Mn < Miss Nannie Lee, and Miss Belle were Gordon Pierce and Billy our thanks and appreciation to Palm service
will be held at
Shackleford of Athena,, Ga4 returned Perkins of Homestead and Frank all who contributed to this fund II a. en. Services
f Maud E. Chandler hat returned .' Princeton at a a. m and at Per-
home Wednesday after Hochman of Miami. which win do so much to make
from an extended visit riDe at I p. m.
spending several days at the home the men and women on duty In .
with her daughter Mrfl. Ooodlo of Mr. and Mn. T. C. Shackle-
Send comfortable and
u. S. D. A. Expert your area happy.
Warden, in Manchester, Term. ford. Mn Dial and Mist Shackle- We are deeply grateful to Mr. (21.000 in Bond BoughtBy

and with relatives In Memphis ford are sisters if Mr. Shackle- Here to Study Bean RotDr. Bird and you for your fine support Farm Credit Assn.

and Nashville. ford. Other recent guests at the and co-operation.1*

Shackleford home were Mrs W. D. MOON of the U.S.D.
.Mr. and Mn. E. L. Sharp, former Stewart McIntyre of Chicago and A. Division of Fruit and Vegetable rAt The Miami Production Credit
residents of Redland, are house Nonagenarian I* Dead Association Invested $21.000.00 of
her daughter, Miss Corrine Crop Diseases has been assigned -
guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. a. Rub to make periodic surveysof Coconut Grove HomeR Its funds In United States Treasury

at their home on W. Plummer dr.Mr. this area to study the watery bonds offered In connection
and Mrs Sharp recently returned FLORIDA CITY 1 with the Third War Loan drive,
soft sit disease which attacks O. Norwaad. brother of J.
to their Miami heme after By Woman. Bevwr beans. A. Norwood of Homestead, died Ceo. F. Wall secretary-treasurer,

spending a year In Michigan.Lt Dr. Moore whose headquarters Saturday night at the age of .0 announced recently according toa
statement the Leader by
Mr. and Mn. L. B. Danzey ol are In Tlfton, Ga, and J. R. Win- at his home In Coconut Grove. given
and Mr*. A. T Barber have Homestead have purchased the iton who Is also working with He had made his home In South T. A. Feaster of Homestead a director -

moved from Tacoma Wash tc Frye cottage on N. Broadway.Mr. the Division, visited Tuesday at Florida for M yean and was wen of the association.The .

Pasadena, Cal. where Lt. Barber and Mn. J. H. Booker and the Sub-Tropical Experiment known In Homestead. purchase of these bond

Is stationed at present Mrs. Bar- son, James Mrs. Robert Vrana Station to consult with the staff The only other survivor Is a was made possible by the association's

to Is the former Mils Iva Dyad and Miss Charlotte GerorUmo re- there. sister, Mrs. C. W. Sullivan of Edmonton $89.000 accumulated earnings -
its period of operation.
turned hen. Friday from Zell- N. y. who is .s yean over
Moye hat re- Credit for the purchase of the-
Miss Antoinette
wood, Fla.Mrs.J. of age.Goulds.
Records USO
Sought
by
turned from a visit to Mr. and bonds will be distributed throughout -
M. Dobbin was a guest
Mr*. Lisle Spiers and their baby of Mr. and Mn. J. F. Rohrer of For Units in War Zones Pastor Attends the nine counties of the IelOCIaUon' -
In Bridge- territory aa follows:
daughter, Lola Ruth
Redland several days last week.
Vffle, Pa. Mrs Spiers win be Mr. and Mn. J. Calcavecckli Current phonograph records are Biennial Church Council Broward county, $,.000; Collier
" remembered as Mill Anetta Deg- county, $200; Dade county, ".000;'
and family of Medford. 14...., arrived being sought by the USO for
e'.mauwho\ formerly made bart last week to spend the win- shipment to unite of the armed The Rev. Quentin Shorts for Indian River county, $900; Martin

home here. Miss Moye also ter at their' home here. forces overseas W. E. D. Ward I the past six months pastor of the county, $200; Okeechobee county,

, visited her cousin, CpL F. M. Bu- Jackie and Edward Chandler director of the local USO. said Assembly of',God in Goulds recently $400; Palm! Beach county, $6,000;

., ford who Is stationed at Alle- were week-end guests of their yesterday I returned' from a biennial St. Lucls county, -500; Monroe
Meadevllle council of the movement'held $200.
In county
ghtney College In ra.t'
Coral
aunt Mn. Page Atwater of "A selection ol records would

Gables. make a delightful Christmas gift
Robertv'na; and Mill II
t' MM. Mn. Harry Degler has joined For service men and women on

Charlotte from Oeronlmo three-week returned visit Friday to- her.husband In Key Wat. foreign duty," he pointed out "At I FRYERSr:

a Atlanta Mrs. Fart). Lee returned Satur- overseas bates the stock of records -I
1 relatives and friends in '
day from F.ort Lauderdale when soon wears out or grows'
f Ga. and Orlando and
and Senola
she,ylslted relatives. stale and there Is always a great
; Eellwaod, Fla While In Atlanta 3 Pounds Up ,
Mr'andj; MM.' Charles Joiner demand for new ones. The. Homestead
visited James Nesbitt.-Home-
i they moved to Homestead this week. USO will be glad to receive
I stood boy who Is a V-12 naval -tt Charles Robertson has gifts of records for shipment to Dressed to order SaturdaysNo

student at Emory University. been.sent oveneas. His wife has overseas groups desiring them."! deliveries
were accompanied home "
They returned to' her home In Texai.
from Zellwood by Mrs. Vrana'i 40c per pound live weight
Zondra
A party for
.birthday
Parents, Mr. and Mn, J. H. Booker Brown was given Saturday by her Accident Causes Death i lOc per chicken for dressing

and her.young brother James mother, Mrs. C. Brown. Sand- Of G. Roman's Mother Phone your order: 593-M-2 :

wiches and salad were, served.
Mr. and Mn. W. A. Luther and
Guests were Virginia Neill, Jackie Gerondo G. Roman,

their son to, their Larry home, returned In Atlanta yesterday Phillips, Nlta and Phyllis Delta I tion inspector stationed Imml81'll'1' Calderwood Groves

Diana Clinton and Genevieve stead, has been called Bendl'l
tier week visiting
spending a Chandler.Jim UL, by the death of his mother,
the Rev. and Mrs. Marvin T.
Pafford and Cobrem Mc- Mn. Marguerite Roman, from Injuries -
Murphy. Mn. :Luther la a sister I I
Donald of Miami were Sunday' she suffered when struck
of Mr. '
Murphy. of Rev. G. L Pafford. by street car last Saturday. _
the an
guests ......
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Joe Serccla of Boston returned He will be detained In Bendl 1----
Springer left Thursday
stewart
last week Ito spend the winter. several weeks. ANNIE MAYHEW FITZPATRICK
on a business trip Washington,
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D. C.
I Redland Road between Avocado and ovcaynk Drives

'George Barnes Is expected to return -
and
Pianoforte
Theory
this, week-end from Hender- I ,
sonville.Mr. I BONDS OVER AMERICA 'VIolin Xylophone PianoAccordlanI"

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and Mn. Raymond Russell -

and Mr. and Mn. Ralph

Cnowles 0 f Iilamorada were Since 1865 Amerl- (Entronce Union Stockyards, Chicago
guests Thursday of last week at stockraistrs
can I I
the home of Mr. and Mn. Joseph I hare been taking

.owe in Redland. their animals to II
the Union Stockyards I
I
fMre. W. H. Cook who has been at Chicago Inititotioo ,
maintaining an I
a house guest for two weeks of that --
her brother-in-law and sister Mr, i helped to make

ad Mn. C. M. Barrow, returned America great

yesterday to her home In Thomas-
.lUe, Ga. -1- Give "ALL-OUT


Mn. Lena Bechdol of Miami enq i AID

and son, Ben, are guesti of Mn I. ( ] la HtiW Imp ,10 YOUR EYES "

techdol's mother, Mrs T. C Sel- the farmers are pro- W. ire Mss.tp.e.e ken ae"r1 .;,
A
, >,(,f1I' '! dMdng toe but ...tte.e' par ... ..........f
nt.Mr. .i :* to Nut brYOVRlYESSyeglasscs
Eionaay feed the --
and Mn. E. J. Dyal have .Keep 'f soldiers wbo are / \
\ turned from HendenonvUle- shooting thousands

Rove .as their guest Mr. l>1al'. 'Oar TraCUUOXU ol prisoners who ob- le ", ,. \ ,

, Bay More Wai ,Bonds = ,.,.tbIa. III \\ ;' J' \, are yon FIRST

Or. Leonard. Haskto i/I LINE of DEFENSE

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runMrGLASSES Ye ......... .r I
This ad is a contribution to America's all-out war effort by $I00 BRACKIN'S

sissy
..' .. m. tM on.e.ve MM* n*. Brooker Lumber Company
c..w.r. .", I Week WIg Del Ort ef sto sigh Met DtaeM22ft

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1 BUFFET SUPPER TO BE GIVEN 'TONIGHT; I It I MBS. KLMARD. MRS. BIRD ATTENDANCE AT SATURDAY NIGHT DANCE
It TO ARRANGE CLCB DANCE I
WEDDING ,, SWELLED ENLISTED MEN 0FBATTERY) 'B
BY
t FOR PACETTI-ARTWJR: WARTY I Mr*. R. B. Kioard is chairman .,. .
.mot.
and Mn James L. Bird co-chalr.-

The Pavettl-Arthur wedding Burch, with a linen shower. for man of the bi-monthly dance of Walter r Hawley of the Yeti ,, A record number of Junior .tvl
party will be entertained tonight MIA Arthur: Homeateadfins the Woman Club of Homestead Transport Squadron which U senior hostesses attended t.,.-

by )lr. and Mrs, A. r Arthur were: Mrs J. R.* rooks, Mn w". which will be held fl'01llit p. m serving overseas, will be the recipient day* dance and the OXD or.
parents ef the bride-elect. .t a E. Rheney, Mr*. Paul Hate-Mn. until J a. m. tomorrow night In of the USO Christmas fin ,; (Continued oo Page Seven
buffet supeer at their bona on Paul Cox, tin William y Hathll1 the, clubhouse. for which his name was drawnat '

N. W Sixtl") rt. miss Mary .' Mn. William McMichaei Assorted sandwiches, cold the dance on) Tuesday evening The Calendar '
w Franca Arthur win become tile Mrs, Canon Malcolm Mrs. Cba drinks, awl other light tr.ahj j Mr. Hley formerly wa stationed -I'
bride of Edmond Earl Pacettt to Elchenberfer Jr. Mr* John ment will be on sale. Dance I lit Homestead.
a ceremony to be performed Barker. Mrs Pacettl, Mn. .Buch. leeervaUoos 'may be made with Guests dropped into a box the Oct,, I-Game* night:at VSCt.-

morrow by the Re*. Marvin T. anon Mrs. Wittkop, Mrs Kendrick Mrs Kinard by telephoning number named of persons serving with Oct. Woman's dub dune*.
Murphy in Homestead Probytorfan and Jot.... Arthur. 81 I IMO the American expeditionary force! Oct 1-USO dance.
Oct 3'-USO-open. houe
Church and iii.... Gees. H. Fltepatrick;
t Supper guests will be the'Rev:'! HOMESTEAD HOME Dl STRATiN CLUB-I i drew the name of the soldier wh> Oct.Hem 5-Worti DemonstrationdubvPet meeting of Homeatekd '

and Mr*. Marvin T. Murphy, Dr. MEETING will receive the kit which contains -+, dance
LEADERS AI' T OPENING -USO sponsorttl
and II.... Carl F. Robinson. St ELECTS I' razor blades, soap, shsvlnycream
Woman' Club.
by
end Mr*. V. B. T. Tanner, Mr. I I' shaping powder shaving 4 4I I ,
Oct. <-Gamea night at USO "
end M.....' t.A. Buchanan. )lr.an1 Mrs. C. E. Eichenberger :was member Inspected and approved brush, tooth brushes, tooth paste j I t Oct,. 7-i-USO dance ,.sporuored
made to "the clubhouse ;I tooth lea, V ; 'j
Mrs. Stanley Wlttkop. Mn. WIlL elected president of the Homestead Improvement powder* camphor '
t Smith of Miami Mr*. T: L. Home Demonstration Club by Ceo M. Walcefleld and mail stationery and aboll, of hard by st. John's Episcopal Church.
I II Oct ft-Games. at USO.Oct .
: night
Hodges. 101.... X. J. PacettI. Mn Friday at 1U first meeting niter the Future Farmer ChapterA candy. ]I fi I USOdance i>
S. L. Kendrlck Jr., Mill Ruth the 1UImft'Servin, with work meeting will be held at This feature was planned' by sponsoredby
Mathll ot Miami Mia Eleanore her are: Mr*. Carl Anderson I'JO a. m. Tuesday Ot S, when I' Director W. E. D. Ward to five Bedland Neighborhood Club ,
Chamben of Miami Clinton L vice-president. Mr*. Oerondo t ,Instruction will be given in l I publicity to "Christmas Jot.UI/f f Oct 1ft-USO open house span-. "
cared First Methodist Church
ing oilcloth luncheon Month' for the AXF.. which will by
Bishop and Jerry Duncan. Roman secretary, Mn A. D. tnak-j Oct '
of Woman
Christmas cards stuffed end Oct. 15. Howard L. John-]I I IU-Meeting ,
.....Smith entertained Wednesday Smith treasurer Mr*. A. L. Bur- ; Club of Homestead.
'evening! at the Coral Gables green council representative and 'sewing bag, powder snits and'son ablsted with the election ot

r home of her sister, Mrs. John D. Mrs. Ceo. M. Trick. statistical ,other article - I I the article Oct Oct. -H It-Special,-Luncheon USO meeting daac y of.

u 5-- PRINCETON PARTICIPATESIN secretary.)In. Bchenberger :then ,appointed [OFFICERS FOR' COMING YEAR ELECTEDAT ; 1 1I I Legion Auxiliary. dSCUl'8OOltiGMrl180 )'

RADIO PRESENTATION the following project
MEETING OF
ALL-DAY REDLANDXLtjBtneetings.
f A teem from the Princeton chairmen: membership and relief I I t BT JUNIOR RED CROSS ,
Casualty Station demonstnted the Mr*. Roman; garden, fruit I -- I{I Forty scrapbook of cartoon '
new War method of .rtltlclatna- planting, lawn Improvement Mrs. Officers for the new year were A covered dish luncheon made by the Junior Red Cross et 1 i
'
Oration on.the WIOD radio program R. I:. Edwards; handicraft 'and elected at the all-day meeting of wtk'served at noon. :' Homestead and Redland schools

presented from I to 9:30: p,! home earning, Mrs. Smith; f-H theRedlnd Home Demonstration I'I A work meeting we held ,,have been'p.ntedto..USO, '
.m. Tuesday by the Dade County club Mr*. O. C Radford: canning Club on Friday. ,,Wednesday afternoon at the home I I I by Min Allis Stewart ;In berult, .
Defense Counclk Staging the Mn Gee X. Wakefiek,, Mr* Mrs. J. D.: Wysong was re-elect of Mrs. Brannan and the regular of the grou0 '
demonstration were Mrs. J.eon George Allen: food nutrition and ed president; Mrs. D. M. Brannant monthly" meeting will take place ""I'bboob are giving a ,great I Ideal
Milliard, Eugene Fontaine and health, Mn' Burgnen; home:Improvement vice-president; Mr*. '. T. a Mc- [I" .1:30 p. m on Oct tt. of pleasure to .the men anel-

Everett MyerMr Mr*. Adrian Jacobs: Elroy, secretary; Mrst. E A. Carter SOOTH DADE*AlDEN CLUB women of the armed force who
home management, Mrs. A. W. visit the US9," Director W; E..aWard
Fontaine station captain treasurer; Mr* J A. Rother-1 TO RESUME WORK: NOT 1
and Mr*. E. A. Roberta, lieutenant Hutchinson; clothing,. I millinery, ham, council representative and, The South Dade Garden Club; Mid yesterday. "Suchgilts
took part In a skit given bj Mrs. Anderson. Tbe'txhlbit' and Mrs. H. J. Armstrong statistical:i, are extremely: welcome andIt
'was hold Its tint meeting of the
the jnadlcal corps. Nine countj recreat '' chairmen ft,Vet to be secretary.; ,; to hoped that.Other groups lull) _.
.season on Monday, Nov. 1. at the
named by Elchehberger. :; follow the splendid example:,ot'4.;,
aeualty stations participated ItMr Instruction given in 'the
we '|home of Mrs. Ernest Francis on
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the Junior Rod
? .AadjiratiU retiringpresident 'I Cross, :
;
so yntreen. .r -r MrtCrl; iI making of shell Jewelry and Mils W. Mowry st The meeting Is. .
*. 'Robert will give a reviewf '"- was given a standing Eunice Grady reported on the!!,r!postponed front Monday Oct. 4 )r;. and )Ira. R. H. Gnhsm'
first aid at the "'Uon'Met. vote 6( thank bjf the group recent atate sad eount1'_0'!which J* the customary date for] were dinner, guest Sunday at-
erg 1eft1c1lt. Miss Eunice Grady presented a ; the home of Mr. -
[resuming club work after the and Mn. Casper;
report on the recent state and I II I
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Williams
MRS. W. E. D. WARD II summer recces
CLEANERS' ENTERTAINED county meeting i I "
BT NIL A. U LAMER .AU- except one ot..the Club can TALKS ON INDIA
dealers have been returned to Mrs. W E. D. Ward spoke .o-
Mrs. A. L. Lanier was hostess '
..n Friday to the Gleaners'- the factory for overhauling, and.now her experience; la 16 yean, of i Jack DIXIE DRUG 'Reward' :,
welfare work la India at a meeting >PeJk lob****
of the First Baptist Church of : sink, additional beating r "
Homestead at the 'home of Mrs. units, and cooling nil will be ot the W.SCS of the Red-1 nIt pawl (111
Labaa Bishop Jr. Mrs. A. A. Installed In the kitchen before land 'Community Church at the
.... the canning eeuoft begin home of Mrs. P. WT. StlUmaik Mr
Club\
,won the prize In the contest A WORD ABOUT OUR
-_ .. and Mr Ward were tent to India
"The Game of States"Otherf ,
'by the International Y. M. C A.MI'I. .
present were: Mr*. Dexter REBESAHS HEAR PLANS PRESCRIPTION SERVICE
Home, Mrs. A. E. Campbell FOE PRESIDENTS VISIT Ann Mecsenmlth, president .
a Mrs. A E. Smith. MrsA.. 0.rOCI. Plan for the Miami visit on) ,. presided a brief businesssession. : '
Reap 6apraeeipdoa -
Tee loom k|inane i of
.. Mrs. J H Roberts, Mn. Oct. 13 of Mrs. Irene Miller state A farewell gift was bre.aentedby Drag eves
Lyman Williams, Mrs. Don Talbot president of the, Rebckah Assembly Mr*. Oeo E. Deuel on Mfrice k II ate meat knpor ..
II.... a H. Easter Mrs. V. were outlined ,Monday behalf, .f the society to Mr*. M.M. .1 &Pe&P-_ is des mom Only optble, ,
,
& Lotto Mr*. Bryant Beam Mr*. night to members of Liberty Ramsey who'wrtl move soon i hciaseJ f hsnnedM ,wieg be BIITCH obit. ,
M. A. Murphy, Mn. Howard L, Rebekah Lodger by' Mn. Barbara ;W Coral Gables. t 'Nfeagth Maairblt,conpeusd four pnscrlp.tfcX.
Johnson .N.... David Mn J.-F .. ...The' awns bate In die Retail Drug
Matthew. Hendry .f Miami, district deputy I Other present were t
Mrs. A. a Fogte, Jr, Mn. W. B The lock group win take part Rohrer. Mn. 3. M. Dobbins. Mrs..' awftxfve fee. .

Caves, Mr.. J. Lee Smith. Mrs. with five ether South Dade lodges I H. E. Matthes, Mn D. M. Bran* - -:-" --' -
A. t Paul and Mr... J.'D.,Barnes. .In entertaining Mrs. Miller, Each!'aces Mr*. M. 'X Baker Mrs C.

Children accompanied their lodge will put on a drill and will J,Ben Plumnter the Rev. Geo. .E,. TONIC Wit OUAV atxta't
mother to the meeting and were present a gift to the president c.u..r.nd the Rev. O. I. Patford. VIMCLANV PETROJOL'79c

entertained with game In the -1 1 tALICE'S Etlmolate*. MINfRAt''O IL
yard appetite, Ala 11.14p, A
"' sills in
.... DAVID WILLIAMS .._ setritioaalanemia.
ffl Ins""'TO' CIRCLE .
V.... David William was hoetea BEAUTY PARLOR

Monday evening to the Jennie

Lobdell Circle of the w.s.c.s. of loath gets #is read ewut I
the Pint Methodist' Church of ,
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the,ttett '.f 'the writing ot- the ', I . .. JJ./'i' e..rh4 : j 111
Hew': Testament ,. '
.%aee present wire "' 1'1. George.
Matt. Mn 0. sewed pabner.Ifase
*- Helen 'and Artitailhi A-4 tLb\fAVE' lR. ""' i re te" eels $4.flr1

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,M her Hem M *.Ma .l Inad lol pas Mtw iii .Iii, hrslretis waves e e e gIeWt wM j
4 ''wtth perky In honor ef AWMh \ '

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......... Konaa Anne.Gams. '' ", ,It' ,... \ '- "
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.any TMMT 'A bertMay idea '............tIMM __.........: . .. ... . .J .Eras lMtn
wipe '4rcvee ens.'horsed the 7 ,t A '
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others 0.....10 wetsc Donbass' s to aPrsly' ,
PHciHrtrtck. Itareem ,Cooper.Dorothy .' Alice's' Beauty Parlor; s

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IttlmnnnmmnmrinntJ Churches sent "''''..& the, ",

: SOCIAL EVENTS'CZCIL'WALKER 'Miami District meeting which 1 ctAiFIE1i'BAdsr

waa held Monday in Whit Tempi }

Years AgQ in Miami. i. 'I
| OIWEHVE8 Mrs. Alva Crsune, Mrs Maude 1
taetrflbn
lnarf
BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY: Chandler Mr*, a C. Rivers and ATElHnt" <% IK a ban aubawiuea. \ '

Ytw two ire h.e..laelw i Cecil Walker was given a party Mrs. 1. C. McGinn represented Mft to* '::

gal yes .. M now .n..4 by his grandmother Mrs, C. W. Silver Palm Church, and ,Mrs, !

Ivan Little, on Friday afternoon his Paul Van Landinghorn-represent.!: 4--FOR RENT other red with whit spots. Also ;1

irtil'21; eighth birthday anniversary, ;I ed Perrlne. The pastor, the Rev, , 1 black and ten Jersey calf. Re- \ ;

,'sr m.. *.mi.fc I Games were played and lollipops W. E. Myer, also attended.Mr. 110 ACRES for real pine- ""arc!. L. P. Kendrick Phone "
it 1415.u '
i ma. were given for favors' I land, acartfled. Excellent for "7. Homestead ol-U) :

ll111I 11,101111114, !rill IP1IJaMeae Cookies, ice cream and punch, and Mrs B.. M. Schusterof I II bean or tomato Comer

were served. | Miami and son. Edward were I Redland'Xoa* and Mowry St PERSONAL f \
BeafH ano- I I
Small guesta were: Joanne Hare!Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Harry Bottom, 132S N.W 74th I


fire but Friday eve. Elsie Tomerlln Barbara Hamp.i Mrs. L. L. Anderson. I pains of Stomach Ulcers India I "

fey h* White Stem key Floyd Harden Danny Williams FIVE ,#(00101. furnished garage- gestlon, Heartburn Belching 1 ,

Jack Caves, Teddy Carter ATTENDANCE'Continued apt Inquire Mrs. Mary Jan Bloating aUlle. Gas Pains, u ;
lifer wUaT.ClMirch U 4 law Hobart SOS N, w. 2nd Av I Ipol .
Charles Brown John Hsmpker. ( from Pr &lxtchoirs get tree sample Udga at I I
tfid'' please aMMeiiM Betted ( ) Brown's 29 r "
Waymond Sheppard. Roiu.ardl, furnished'"th. music. Pharmacy (p( >
S'flS toward lire Bad Cress re-
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and Bobby Walker Fruit and doughnuts
punch wereserve4 ROOMS and apartments Reasonable -
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fan t
[led WANTED
Williams. J at the snack bar by Mrs rate*. hot water and show. .

*' Th Redland District Chamber Adults present were bit great j|Burley Dandy, Mrs. Gerald Hlg- ers Palm Hotrl. Florida City.: .

Commerce It organized, on a grandmother, Mrs M. A. Mowry, gins and Mrs. A. F. Arthur Hostesses -I "'M TlDII few acre t '. .

dent basil. Gordon E, Mrs. W. B. Caves Jr., Mrs. Verlln I II at the dow were Mr* Ceo. FOR'SALE 1 of land cheap for cash. J,1 C. f,<

is president; W. R. Slsemore, Mrs. Lea.Freed. Mrs. ::H. Fitzpatrick Mrs H. .Imam Shahan Lafayette Ga. (polO !
Brit vice-president; Ed- I Lawrence Williams Miss Mary --_._ J
and Mrs. Vincent da Maria. Mrs I USED bottle gas, electric, kero-
rd Stiling. second vicopreatnt Jackson and the hostess. LADY WANTS room with kltch- ,
I I II i Gem W. Turner supervised checkIng Gene and gasoline stoves..
and U E, Bishop, acting sec- ; and Mrs. E. E. Vlhlen handledarrangementa Electric water heater. Virgil' en privileges. Likes farm work. 1

ry, . Directors ire: Home- NEW MEMBERS ADDED I: for the dance Mrs. D. Lyon Phone 809-J. tpol) Box A-139, care Leader-Enter- ,. j,
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i,J. D. Rdd, W. M. Bradley, TO GIRL SCOUT TROOPEight I Adrian Jacob was general chair prla (pol) .

R. Crow. A R. Livingston, I new girls were added to i man. Otehrs present wen Mr.!FOR SALE-Model A lH ton I WA.NTlD-HOUN- to rent or buy. ;. ;j

E. Thompson and F. H. the membership of the local Girl I and Mrs. A. W. Luther. Mrs Fred Glade Buggy Also Fordson : Box A-138 {
Leeder.Enterprise. ;
Florida City, Edward Scout Troop at the meeting Friday Suber, Mrs. Lawrence Pop. Mrs Tractor. Wolfe Auto Wracking i care

l at B, E. Archer,'A. W. Jones; I which brings the enrollment Paul Loaner and Mr*. .Marvin T. P. 0. Box W, Homestead Fla.I, (pol) /

C, T, Fuchs Sr.t Silver to 14. Jennie Lou Davis was j i Murphy, I Phont SBJ-J. (*Mtf) I WILL PAY M to SU for Junk ",

E: H. Gallaher; Modello, elected scribe I can also farm machinery.

A.. Collins Normal A. D. Th group went on a nature RARE TROPICAL TREES, shrubs. Wolfe Auto Wrecking P. a Box :

Princeton A.'W. McVlcker; hike and game were played, Re I REARMAMENTContinued ornamentals, palms. Phone Cal 788. Homestead, Fla. Pbon J

W, H. Cauley. ." freshments' were served by Rebecca ( from Page On) .I kin., 58S-W, 2 ml w. of Florida 39J-J. jylft-tt). f ,
City. )23tf ..r
3. N, Polk, who arrived Drool
..:... :need "' Corcoran'said 'and : t
Texas last week if going to t most EXPERIENCED waitress to servo

a house built opposite the ,,W4.C.S. DELEGATES !one the moral rearmament spirt'f LOST dinner hour. Good pay Hurt hrJ. I

of her 'sister.. Mrs, H. VT. ATTEND DISTRICT MEET : Imbued In on'member"of the furnish character reference. "
[ Christ f.,1I1h.* change spreads to an iLOST Vicinity of Troplco rd.' bus Bamboo .,
II The Woman's Society of i, so smart colored girt. ,
and Eureka dr. two cows-
Catherine Drew died Satat ian Service of the SilverPalm Its other members.0 tan Tavern <(<'jSO-tf) >1
i one with white spots, the t
the age of 70 yean. and, the Princeton: Methodist "Change, vni.lchbec.IMI "" :
the "locan*of moral rearmamen* CLAIMS Oa r.MAJioe AQAIMSTPAID ,"
Hitilllan Ofcrell and C. ,R. I' worn APPLICATION Folk I "atIIK'l4T101f. I'
after the war cam," Smith said"Overnight , TAJ: DIKDrlLl : Y... ad ..e6 d p.. a.e.a1
rank were quietly .married [equipment which he donned on NO. i'i'l {i sod .M n..l.d be P::' SAO .= rw .:
In
changes factory
Sunday evening at the home th. 'spot The bidders, however, I lynches la HKaxBY GIVEN Ill. A. de..d. .51,5 w. ..M .4 .. .
| morale and production were observed IL PATTKN AND COMPANY koM MOw .
bride's liter Mr*. J. B, ., .e 5.w .sM..a w MnMsun.DIMO
the wen asked to bid on enough of Je- d M4uM TH OnUS.Mil. _Nfl LOAN ASSOCIATION.
Sit of Florida City . !each article of clothing to outfit when union leaders and maw M..M.d Mil mm* Mil. mumt HCTIMI..I. DM counts,="Pi_ des, MSuit. 'i
'manaement'ePl'tlllltativeil attending w 1M aw d J..., *. D. IM. ... 1I *Mffl.M and ;
'm. T, Davis In Aeed. Clyde not only the poor fellow in the our special conferenceland I= cI :: I. w dec., .ad tea. CkM. a W.Tu.HUM.... tk* Mir...... n4 4Mr Mto \ 4
Is seriously tn'ured andStrickland' ,barrel but also It others who for us da a L.r Owned e..0 ..rd dt.w-d

carries an arm :would then constitute a sufficient Institute caught the spirit I=":. = w With-=. saw 44x1.., :;al. w mug PM.1d lM4r.:. :: !
; world which as Dada c-w. tAg q
forxbui1dng' a new
i a sling M-thetrenlt; of the number for a platoon. :=':"' :l.W..1d .a D.NT.ant. ._ d c-wr .._ _. laft I tdad"
our revue sought to Inspire"Smith '
truck .W.l d St.hbwo, ,
rnhlg *t aF rd vehicles from
'and Davis Th* gun-carrying .. said the songs.wouIcL be i k't-'tl::'PMMa. 0."r4 r .." .ePr.PM .. .d .ad 4e .
Urimfy Mr
the- air IMU,'which parted selfauction '.- .eh- pas w ewd
tat and the able (o.conveyan Idea at wha td flay awMu/ 1'IOotth. .bw..d M w ant ..bikat5.. bsaN. a" Ch:: ..
ftemooo,M the after1 the .
y;, [ platform .
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moral ........
i rearmament sought to ac 946fuw seas s" twill 644.8 1944 burt
f lvo 4i55nd.;ten 'Were- on ioarad used Auctioneer |MM "runnr MMMM acat .
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; were by |Ir.o .II w awl" d PMid6tiwd
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Uah. Two of the aon\ .
com verse Wi v"t..a.Lss .
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Princeton. . this nth a., 1r fcwsy'to I Hoffman to inspire his audience I' i Mww. riM BOA IS. ,
"You Can Defend America follow .t : t.-c 1.... '
awrcnc* Crmttbell, son of to bid Sums large enough to buy Val W '!. CHMT all w. BAtria ;

dad.Mra. J. W ,Campbell similar weapons and weapon carriers Clean: the nation from I Ito OoldW sow M.rf NN.Morkta.TW M-= CRAB Go 1VMIMI rmu, ,

.celebt ated his tenth for the I up d mU .rr..tr .Mrr Ik* MM CtttiSm*, .
army.
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with ." bottom totop, '|hm. >4._ to Uw .MPW ml Ulkimnk.Ixl 14, r1 Sol .. II U I" Oet, It
day Friday a party. > Most spirited bidding of the '
!i "Start with'yourself In 'th* WhilkrM M IM. MM awe IS. tA'1a, 1401wows : 1
)Ira.: S. L< Dickinson pave a rally was precipitated when theauctioneer Pn is.1.wcib.MM./C.rws :
kfteraoon In honorfile horn and the-shopT |n* K grew *4'rVrl M 4.Cwtee or AFPI.ITATIOH ;;;I :
Friday
|r. {I held up"i big ham as The 'two lovable Scotsmen1*, at M. SOIL Tin 111 TAX p& aCW y
*lghth7*"'birVulay of herat one 'of the many premiums do- Law mM'i W.Me Ferrell. . Ill they ,wer- described by the pro- Y.u.d *M to iW MM ft U.bew..' 1 m A .w*
Frank local
noted-, merchant the I .
&I'Mchall'llllDt 'ended their MM drttSmM.imiij atoll be en shorter IS-MUIUT IVKN: Owl A. 1
J_ K..Scot: $ of. .Florida'entertained ,bond: buyers. Miami's auctioningof presentation MMtdta* .. '.,-) ... dw4W H. .e Slab i
; Friday evening with bonds by singing a song 'that'Smltll ,_ it-tsa w Ik* It* w el '084 =.. .1&w: : :: "a w. 'f
; turkeys $200 war ; had written that day especially aw:tin owl w nth IIoJI'' d J.da,A D.. 1941. I
0the: twenty-first was put to sham ss the biddingfor tor the Homestead Rotary- Siwf der .0 a.Pre nar''.' A.-0., old 4aa. tn a.t .fa..., ad w ,red. s sarelkSha j .

ayOf* jhr urn, Chester the ham started at IJ.OOO Club. Ito. R -., 'LEATt1ERMAN.CM , Mw for .O.wadl a" sisal-is be Lewdthanes. .

went successively to $2.200, $2.400, I e...... awns I e"a..tne dwcsa"d .al Ia w I ICwnt
baby ilrl born Sept 27 0...... no.w.. find.. cab d Pt..ll. tr.kti.w (
was $2.(00 and S2.TOO and Val
I $2.900, i le-.. CMH 'WI. .:womb" Noel a Rawl.. PINh..Mit.p.n2LtoisC..VoDaM.
.and.Mra.-Claud.C, High finally knocked down on a bid j Ala CONDIjTONEPROLLER' i Sy N. C. ITMRgfT-, C.. t tr
' I. )+ire)311thwao form- of $3,000.\ ( .''''o.e" .. .. 11.a. It4I.t so-to .f PI--1d.
r d .... .a"-en" .adee } r rw
r ..Mlss LUlian .Robertson of ,51x4100 war.bonder were bought j SKATE sonic t r APPLICATION Sol T..wra.es4_M snit/sew 66 ... ..6U.h. .
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Ma P ."-. 7'BONfif in. short order. when It was announoect TAX DCKD. .,era ;,I
.. l IN COMFOfcT' CkuW* 1141Art. ft ttSI, Usk.l saw ...... be en
that oldler-artllt. Jit , .. rf. A ntXOTICC r....... w.0..M.. Ill '
: RALLY air bate ,1 ..Mf: lift to II... f. M. IS HCREHY IIVEN tkktttmfU 4-rr.M tintaS..111 WM a W ktok.rrt :.
the who fcht** M
I anonymous, would paint aportrait I 4.Md.e cursM. .>., ... Tu OftMrMM N*. reset and fcWiW ta *. .nth d N-Midi e. : t
/Continued from fop One for each buyer of sucha IMtl, /sad the Ilk tv ml tub. A. IX IMS, *kbk b Ite ..:'W d Mo".be.
I, IMI. bas SM MM to "r cfSM. a.d bas rDo'
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Post of thr American Leg-. bond up to a total of six. Venetian j 1.ode -'Ioa- f. a t.s .... a be 1 ",this 14th hr .f owwb.a tilL L
'> was grand marshal of the wad __ ..w c.ru_ wean E. a. LEATIIERMAN.c : r
Mayor Harris spoke appreciatively
to tM . '
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of the co-operation of the Skating Rink l-r.--ml flarM*. 6l l o.w. r...i"ICIsa .
ft. W S. IM ft.WCti II
procession passed In' room e-1 i llP
merchants In donating the premium .T MH wa.sK mr Sx 4 toMiMI ,.. t1. t"'Ir'IT. U 0 rt.
bi l1rmesteed Army Air to forward the success 01 the. I me a. w.-nt *-* Mad .. 14. TcWMklH it SuM*. Ream M ....... \ I" 0t1. 1. .. lien '
1-effleers, county and city of- rally. I awe. O....... 4* taa, to ---
w C..4 4d .II'I 71W*ta, .
and visiting celebrities a.bmd M Tbl > .i
In front of the city hall. = aw..w..s l d MM : 'to .."dw the MMOrtliM .
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Allowed* U* BMW*t Omm.H.
mlUtary onlts executed AHkniM. ,
Ip,,salute to the rtV Almost-New c. 41 A. w w:$0 n. *r Liar n. miKSH EXPERTEARURINC
An da8J.1ww MKH IMI H. IS n. tar pad
.which Included .., M Si.rk.SwjM.Wr.1S4S.. .:
Co Wm. U Plum-i :- toPiwtd. ...rq:
.Nw..a M/lN..a eras .
Aomilkandieg'-nfBCer 'et then ANSI The wn Q ...'.........
IA. Cal. BrlntAall..MarlILcAMd ... a.wbed a
a HOME $1900( I .. ....... ', ...: ,
: : ..w c.n-... .... ... aktat. ...dlw t is. w -.- .. ..
111.1 M sill he Wilt he re. ..... J
# : atartesaap .
"'.. . .Meads' N Now..awwes.t t..ll d Ma.t H>i.iii t7dlkl-s-.r' Ms ,.

On two'lot*. Adjoins 'HOmJ 1 "'ill rMkha 'Ib. 1ub,do-VAD.1.d pep". .lIed.eaM.)._..tu:. ;

tJoIo lath .e at alg lit

-W.I.SLAW .; -fltead. Lute bedroom In. "" I 1n+e,.;eh a.&A mt Crush CM*.' heW' ...

Sreotler" Jr4 Dr, fleatlllllsutAS r .. _. c-er. ".... ",
: . Paelat Tae*,
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tft.lawfe.MdEleanor 1 -000III ...1.
of tkeb iwgsae :fad every room N. 4:. srsaaaTTBs C. lice
Oadeslo 41es halal-. ,,.+
;sad J.tesesctl ., .... :..OM. s.atope. + "
.' eeI., i 1"1.;. .-t. Taal ....*4
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wise .se41at """ MmsUcfc* Trias
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th eb on dtMi rally.Oink' Froscher 1, tare" MI"-rr. ru>aioA. "OLIIIIi. -
Merv Harris am", .r .41 T I.VTIIJI AND TO CLO (

tltte' Wily'and ''hand, he : : r', 1IU'.rc. ABao-*1 BUSH'S

p/eakef nilcaphole/'deer' totlf *" "plaster"ed Iteal'Eitate: Brokeru PP CRAMR 34 at"10NS M4IAWO '
M4.1 IMt STATtTt tAWS OT
lof : s. ifl.eler ATr'Ronxatead; . Tim. ""1'41"11 r or rMifctPA.. ...* Barber Shop ;;
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.1"' e ot t.Nlrrn- ty WtT AIO>TlUSTJMTHOMK
b'n4 wee ''i' Phones :15.. SH-a. .. l "JIC "TIMII 6" 1I1",
_v or III CTOS, pr item tseld al esM'/aaru.aRn : Ail AP.I!
t $ LI.EIf>?
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t 4 Pa Eight HOMESTEAD LEADER AND 'ENTERPRIC.SE'October 1'19
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Good .Buys in \Homes, Lots k


I ." 'uld Acreage , '>:' ,'

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'i.. ."1.,. :..The ,best. property in Homestead for Ares' '' 1I '.

VJ ,,' vf, "eht., and :future business. /Yon can obtain; *'t

i r? : t : :'.\ convincing' details if you come to my office..": ,

1': : ,Price $21,000 ,cash,'balance in twelve equal w 4ti

j ti payments or in year from date. .


l I" w: Ten acres of 1 land, with i! bedroom' I house. .'
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i; ,;:.,:'. Five, acres planted 'to" avocados and' citrus.f : .' t;;"

\' ,:!,;.: <1>.;5';;j.* Faces' -east. Two-car garage. Some 'farm)";''',' L r':

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' i '. > equipment 'including tractor.: Half acre of '

11. :; red dirt for. year-round garden. Price right.

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: -and terms.
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i, ' .:H," ':iUpartly, ? :: .: acres. ;:;,.2jl2r ; ,
; ; acres ploughed ready .to plant tomatoe s
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... :or fruit: trees. $3,000; cash.; "'
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'.:*;Ten Dart with 3-bedroomhouse ,
; /. .. ; acres, grove, : ;k

I"f{ $6,500, cash. ... "
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}(, adjoining.Hpmestead-nd.- ( ,
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a .;,'A ;'Furnished ,house. in, .. Homestead. $6,500.. .",',;' .

; ., 'I '. ,.':-r'; .Half" :; cash.. '.' .., "t," ....,.'..' ... ;, M.i ':.l'.t., :.,.:",' .', .' ":,''"."i;;:+:.'..'" ''
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: :. .. 'f';'.,\{t 'I" ,' $150" .; lots. ', $175..f"J. .... I, '' J."::F ;..;.:It \\'"/ ( .
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