Title: The leader-enterprise
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 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: October 8, 1943
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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: VID00615
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
lccn - sn 95047482
lccn - sn 95047482
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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'1B:18VEYVItmERs set It, Increased.produc keAds. to set out i1'\ V,. Write' toHofwfolkg .tWot+ ,n,. J5e1&r, Local growers are, urged to at I,

tin It the solution' for growers Ikbor and not price ceiling will Urged by USO, tend. the';meeting tOf the'FlorMaVegetable. 'I I
be 1 the decisive factor In determining _, '
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faced with en uncertain produce .Committee at 1 p. m,
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this season s acreages, Mr With the Slogan oft "Write those
It is almost
price ceiling. sure
1 tomorrow In Clewiston when the
Robertson believes and he is willing
totter today They are bonds of
that the War Food Administration
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will not set the ceiling lit leas to back Up that belief ,with, victory,"'the, Homestead VSO te':1 winter vegetable acreage to be
thai!} cost_and'-at a ,yny jnargln 300 acres. ce-opersiing to National : planted In Ihe stale this season
of profit,>the firmer is 'going to Writing," by Urging the home I win be largely determined. The
qrte'MM** tmmd-up, '(:donors need 'crop' volume1 tq'"mak. any I folks to writ, ts the' men and committee ,will base its acreage
W .1M, South jjfcd* ,Blood Bank'win mont," ,I COMMENT() women hi serviced 1 recommendations on official vegetable .

fe* Bold .from B 'a., m. .to 1 'This It the reasoning of WJTA.P.obertson Parents wives and sweethearts' price ceilings which are expected .
p. m. BuifM, '10,, in :the of Florida City. veteran BOARD MONDAY I of those serving in"\verse* forms .to be released by '. ash*. '
are invited to write to their loved in jton prior to the meeting "
< 'farmer who If practicing
et GhfehouieV !
8swre j|1 Just back
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of
ones M USO eUUonerjr, VSO manager
what he preaches by putting in
.. ATANNUAL'IIKTThe American, Fruit Growers is chair..
*H the'Vlntr vegetable 'acreagetWtJtsfan.del.Jsbee I. Director W. I. IX Ward Mid yesterday I
"JI' ,of 21 man of the 2-man
"Service men and woroep, committee
'those \ '''aftd planning to plant& DIII.I6IOrl&lnal1t "200 -r .' ';- in Homestead' ,:M 1.brlother'\ud" Svhtdlepresniu; ""approximAtajyIt "....
between IS and SI 'maygive Sri -pet" cent'bf th* ctaie's v< ' ;J*
being encouraged to write let, we- ..
with'lb.. acres, Mr. Robertson will increase annual Weetlng for the
blood their written permission It to 850 of SOO sass! "and put election of officer of the Bedland tent to the folk,at hone table Acreage.The '
: of parents. Personssnore committee is uruaterably
In plant that I can get the Chamber of Commerce
every District '
thai 60 old must have to
yean opposed ceilings on periahabl
will be at m, Monday
held
written permit from their physicians p. SCHOOLS TO VIE products became such products
Oct 11. In the council
Coffee and roll will be evening seek their own price level throughthe
.*.rveo demon, who are asked to LOCAL POST WAR room of the.' Homestead city hall law of supply ,and demand,
abstain from eating for tour hour Preston B. Bird chairman of AIN IN THIRD Mr.tins ..,.. Since Washington
before giving blood, Black eof- PLANNING' BOARD Oie Dade County Commisslonandi insists upon imposition of such
fee may be taken but nothing.. teeident of Homestead will be ceilings, the vegetable committeeand
containing. alcohol or tugar: the principal Speaker and win : 'SALVAGE DRIVE the Farm Bureau Federation
Transportation the round-up, WILL BE; NAMED talk on postwar plane for Dade I __ (Continued on Page Seven)
.Continued;,oa page four) 1 1i County and for the Redland DIi- ,
I trlct The membership and the I Local schools will participatein
REV.MJELWJLC A committee of Civic leaders public are' urged to ,attend this the soon-to-be-launched third 'SONNTBERGER
will be formed in the near futureto meeting; says Secretary Kit Car scrap metal drive. Ceo"N. Wake-
'map postwar plan for Homestead ton leld, chairman Of the South Dade TO COACH GIRLS
MAIN BE f PASTOR subject to the approval of Incumbent officer of the Salvage Committee, announced
the city(council. It was decided chamber, are* A. .W tlndgren yesterday.I
,Air. at a' meeting "Saturday, morning president; Dr. Carl P. Robinson, "With only twe 'months'' supply AT REDLAND' III'
fix FLORIDA OTY: of Mayor X 3 Harris and city vice-president, J. R. Brooks of scrap'metal on hand, it 1* Vital)
executives with C P. HelfenjUtn, second .vice-president; T. E. Kir- to the war effort that we build up M'M..at' ;: Berger of Home t
chairman of the Florida State b1. treasurer; Frank: B. Rue, Geo dwindling stock pile.* Mr. Waked '
stead has been appointed! instructor
The Rev, Ceo.E. eue1I'IIUred Planning Board. i Fitipitrick, and R. P. BarSeld said
in physical education and in
Methodist mift ateIbll' been
Mr, Helfensteln, together with I director. The win be collected'by' t.
named pastor of the Florid City scrap junior high social studies at Red-
'ad Beffland Community. '.churches board technician Dewey R. Hooten -i the children and ,.deposited in land School. II!i
, 'to- taM,the plate .of the -. vft who. was unable to attend Sat Council Invests ,$8,060 Specified places on the school Miss Berger has starred as '
urday's meeting, has been holding: Govel'lHllMt Bends grounds 'for collection by, army
.. .PaffonJ who, hat, Waive "' ,, pitcher on professional softball
baiter toatlretlCelt' throughout trucks Pint' second and third '
mtetaterW aienartion for Induction teams and this plot summer
into the annf. The appotntlaent the M.. He outlined a six-point City Clerk R. K; Edwards was prizes wilt be warded the school played with the AlI-American
: wag ',tnade by Dt. X. 2. program.for the state in general authorized, Monday night by the making the.. heaviest collection per Girls'' Softball League In South JB
Tyler, 'wperb tende 'It the,Manxf which U, beta*..advocated by, the council.to Jnmt In government pupil, Mr Wtkeneld said.Id Bend, JoeL She specialised In physical -
Dist ictoMV beard. { IMW ofHke sty-eon: a similar campaign last year education at, the Florida
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i, Ziatte{,( The. city eeoRcIl w.. represented *i accountIt Momeetead, :Redland and Florida State College for Wamett af: Tallahassee
: rtvUM meejfrg. .by Henry was voted to, pay Wnv ESydow City schools won first wcoiuJ and and attended Tulfcne Uaiversity -
.iYi1 Breaker,Jr,,.Prenk' II, Roe and Miami consulting engineer third places,; respectively to the and the College of ta V

fnIt B. W Mortis., *, .Z27.M balance due film for county. oratory..Technique in Chicago _,
.., services! In the "
------- '--c. -- ' bit engineering '
: : installation of the."third. diced .1
PMFltd engine st the city light and water Hot. Pitch and Sulphur 'Ca piu1tM. ,

I, P NaiiociDeptri.t ,Order'I to plant house and itBuilding 'ties 'beAM* addition. ;By,: Greeks Dates, Gas War to 22 B. C. M
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;" . .. permits were issued to
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t'' M a esraSpwarnMi tYSaistaeilJla.e tot:=' .....why llitarj' of to Jo repain* U Burton to the dwelling for Sees oa worth lot "' Chemical' warfare official of .C.'jLl Stafford said, ..ben' *e '11
the United States army are eon Greeks catapaulted burning pitch
load 101 010104 9gVer ;
i, BeMUer AMtte*. aM to cBseteNor"
were husctlveasd lr* y will,600441"' = vtoced that clormi ty's much- and sulphur gjan t .their eMIniga."The .
tic $610 addition ) a '
by a nition-wU of M 'part,: of U* .fdramll, wsntagnet. tatfstog on a Lot M ,ofCttT < lgesatsAtlldipon. q vaunted. "secret WNpOQ" Is a nltregen : -, tied lift ;* g. lit ms-.
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> department which, for the mustard gas wWefc It* ere warlarI wag. audi hyteWertslfte. .
> Mag. BrAb civilian voftte- .iN... _ ehsnlat developed but 'It ;-we ti. s. a 3iq eR ..... 1ft ...
., oat secret long thanks to' 1 ..eMw. t sleeythithat
armyUMtiUgMe
statai.t
to the OfJerT .
C lbrte.d 'bMng' operated 'M TM WEXare.esa .... C. < :FkMlWJTtoes ' *,operative*,' .Lfc:,friok **- < | 'dJ. low ltMttihi. ,
a Mly M | isrto. the Posh ....... .. br tsminisHinn at thP ." tile? Na
MA40 Ore, 1 11 '." *as s4| BoMy Csw it 'tiassrn have abae, 1W t '
'10 40ba or- MB MsAlsk, ,ftp. ** a> a> btrdMts < f a Spied we chi".. '" :;'E''!
.... | i. .. .... .. I ,head i.Allen 'a... Use..
sla Mae ;;L'J tilt .. .... )t, Mr baMOM' __ *Mf Is M. .>nU *f the WWI 9861101011111it rte--w
nbt a* 1l' Tworw ............ ....., jsj* a* st h*.'.itBiiilr ..uHliiillIIBPiBssssllfIB '! q ... ..
a ,Oct J ,';.--f. ..... 'skitOL ... a.." -BBsf.lAIMftr ...I M. *'will liM1 b it-.sad .dm w. on
net I ..0.--1! 1111. 1 lot : :::: 'a iligelrM. ,.. II ...... .....:.ready leer.ttaeS.;balk .......'
Oct. 4 _J II r... Aim ..loser M.lion a tea" fir. d"v :
oat'' 8"_ -.t .0 |I \ Iftd. ,"US was .peat .UItIraI'Messrsraty saw AIr Field I a have'dt+wrrsl d : alkewfCetS
r '. i ,__.1| .t t .. ""'t "Jew- a + wee reaw' r'e .eskr.sir r , nsag an """ Mi
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Of Mr. and Mr
I OUR MEN IN SERVICE Sought by USO for Sunday, Oct 24 _.*. Terbur<,A

Andrew David Terburg tiy
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bom AlCbthrowa ,presidents, they'may 1 Ci11'the drew TarburgV; ; died
----------- a..o..n"},District or WednccoM
U."Sradth I* Promoted Lutt, r.Chindler, Jr. flight engineer open to service mn and usa office directly\ 't Telephone: Oct, 6, 'at lame Archer find
with "all army ferrying women 411 th* area on Sunday; M". Hospital and wa* buried yesUrdula
At Charlotte Station aquadron stationed M Jfemphia Oct H U pUn of USO Director "Alignment will be m2da, and l Palm Cmtr In Karen] t
Tena. has been promoted to staff W. t D. Ward materialii arrangement- wtll be completed Tb baby 1. urvived by M
abalone M. .C. Oct VTh* aerftantFf ""The USO to working through for guest tar meet Their bats atrnornlnc parent, Mr she Mr*. Andm
appointment was.announced today a e the local ,churches: and the Llont cburch"ertlc t, at the Terburg, and1 three sisters. ,Crley
by CoL C. W. Woodward, commanding and Rotary Club to ..,.' 'every USO clubhouse'or at whatever Elisabeth, Marl; oirphin '
officer of, Charlotte Wow T. WcConoe.Il. army bane to tilt an to entertain ent suitable pile i*"
Pan of Mr. and Mr*. George W Tucson: Art Quit a number of aay*. PResidenti willing 1o br' "'
Smith of Homestead. M officer in Chinese aviation ,'ndtti art undergoing boat should give their name tmmediatfly .
chant '0( UM Internal transportation pilot training at this to their patton or club
branch, Stone Division, but,. Ji e writ* ..' a recant letter, .. .
of hit Jarg army supply install to his parents, ...*. Wm.1 Hospitalization ..
Jatloo.' T, hl6111Prheue' tea.Mr. Free . , ; ;
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U. Smith bM been at Chariot Bought forMijnrtnts .. .
tine*Jut February. A graduate nand Mr I I'' ---- >. }.< .
+ af the!; University' Kentucky.. bt Homestead are) : An rtfoH toad *cur* Metal }. .
daughter born hospitallrattoq for migrant agricultural ..
January Archer &ntth .: my. .. !vorkera- not emnloret . ..
master school ai Camp Lea Va. under conttct. i baj
. rick who "'"'"* S. government *
Marinas la the 104 'log mad* .r the Florida Veg.
HONORED AT FAITHS hag been given eIo. table Commit under, the leadnhln + I
Pft Joe Byrutn, who has r*. chan and was secentl f\\| I.OM': of Luther L. Chandler"Governttnenteontrert "'
turned ta, hit station it Sarasota, from the San Diego-Nart Hospital f.arf. I "
waa- honored with ivrI parties wlier* he receiveaytosartmefit worker are eligible foeboepit4- !
white oar a JJ-day furlough at UM for 'aeTvlce-lncurred-jfcaWue*, Ixatlo It' the federally wnedhotpftal
borne ot.N..nn. Mr. and Mr*. ? 1 .\,1U1Ie Clad, and Dad
J. R. Bynun.Mtat countlan 'ar* taken carof at
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C, Payo Py lormsr
i Evelyn. Sullivan enter Mile ...er O a Mon"icIar Kendall but tinder the present
( taiBcd for him Tuesday night, atber : from Sou tHt TO Pins, N. C Rt-u, the' Independent migrant
farm worker la barred from both emit
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home in Miami Other Horn tp dur*- 9t
dead gut were Mil Ann 'I Tore Julian: of these,' ;MC Chandler laid
Shekl ftd-, Mia Alma Wero "We are hoping to sited arraiuutmenta -.
H, lllifie Payng elated
sad Wilbur Caves. J' for whereby UU claM 'Of.,-wlt. 'J
Partial wen .given for him .1 er will b* admitted' to the Beth;
by Misses Glade. hospital," .
Ann* and Catharine Jam UJ Bn of ..... ....
Staff Sgt ** "" ( .
Shackleford at tllelr'lIome If. : : .1 :\ ,
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RESIDENT DIE.Mrs W2. t n AAA <
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Thirteenth it, and by Miss, . --u.
army airwayscommunications I 1 "'rr :'';' 1
Ruth Byrum and Min Peggy t r Mix Homestead winter -
radio station at Field
system Pope ,
Byrd at tile home of Mile Byrd' resident for eight >*an, died UaigLb
His brother Ft Bragg, N. & Scfopfcton was Sept. I at her home In Eaton I
U. 8. Seaman Albert -
a motion picture projectionist In Mich. '7 & I/Iil!
Byrum who U stationed Inn Jacksonville in civilian life Rapid local friend.
Lauderdale, spent the week-; I learned this week.Lfrs.
4 eecI.et horn Mix i* survived by bee
1 Pfc. tdward Tomerlln ha
a a bwband. '
.Cut Wm K. Waltonhas been'1 been transferred froif AMIami : . :ew : .

U transferred I. to tile from Second Mitchell Calibration field,((loontlnue training'Saraaota fad WhwwfQe Hrf" army win A.Weaf W.,..parent. *, J,ir, and '..;;>j'. :ty: 1. .' . . ." t.. _.

Detachment the army air bate'physical education Instructor; .. '.' *. ;' - .., adI04 tics...lep.... hie die thick of war, S

at n,JXx. N.fJ. In recent...-t -r Mr*,, Harry Beaty-and argil,lur :, .I" .,.*-,' ) n>ic*. Bake s Matioft_ together. tad speeds. i f.
ter be. Mid: .-Well: finally tile}l Vacb.. Sgt. and'Mr*. Duke'. West fast son, Harry Jr, will leave today 1tiJi.f: "
team rt West. and Walton ha and Gayle, "for Camp Pa., to loin '
|( their baby daughter Perry : S
broken 1 'ih' ..So iWMOMaar caB,*;can.get lee right of.way,
lip. CpL Howard West.j,arrived Tuesday morning from Mr. Beaty'WHo'la. training
recently her on furlough I there with the'Seabee '. . .tie operdtor4will tell U tbe.circok
radio:Columbia, S. C, to v14!.. Sgt. pea. youwantls
mechanic. at Mitchell). ,Howard So;';..Vc i '. btlpfcr' .ean elJny-..ur alliUn't
:red I had been ...1 : ;( '*\ ''. ''
together dace, . Jjall T .rt ; J >
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,abated In October 'at '{s. out In : .n.n'. 1 ,...;:.; ; .
the"my, }rou. rant.'chppM your: Jos 1'. .tt..kgr.re'pvppr+.dN 'pquR

.company . .eant \d1XOU.l.Dlrl eeuon 'Vl>*.the o poraar'Hv" **-""*, ... hair. '
t ing'of.my work but 1 or* flying' r '1y J" ':" *." .
,1P. ."- jmtfufta,.Qtbth M'I-_ IA '
now a* .an operator ,on',a, B-JT.. :
A* aeon. as 1, ft M hours'flying '
'tllDI. .I.'wnt wear' the air' 'crew r rt 'SNt D ar t1 MllAE l Ir R tiC' /AIMiN! # 1

wii soon and tl lII'wh_ 111 fo I .
dont know . I really enjoy the; y 7
papT'aml-I read every bit of fteventhe -
( cUatUled ad . .)" 1r
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C 'a"4 Mre/Cart TweedeH
haft'bteG a tan-dat
with
furlough her Cpl. TWe**']
delTs. tttpfather aid mother, Mr. t r
and?Mn. J. A. IHufherty. CplTwevdell
ta serving with tile army
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air forces In Nebraaka
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4 Mra. B. A. Stafford. has, been. ,
tmwfeiTMl to Milwaukee wit,
from Scott Field, Ill .
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Pfd, Slfmund, Wolfe of the t/.1 I %
a :Marina hit bdfen- trantfirf} J 7ad "
r'tSoldierJ.ppwdw.si these JJ I II Iwt
/ ore the Op EMu Naval Hospital ; days,

la the SaIl Ditto Naval H**>: I tf ,
.a petal lor trmlmcot of malaria contrart4 -J .

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w. df RonteM4 "with whore r ; +il.'Tlii 'ahtrAac;;; .w7:'" : .
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: v" i; n, ''*""w rt.*o>ahort'Of:'beadagis'land4' put that_we "that was the kind of men we had'at Bataaa. N

; , \ bursa had to'Mash out*h* old'one. and we't!e a'qaiEL And they, would rout you. to remember sot'onbt .
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: ,. .,:,: !''$at the'wm o-vet ahort of courage. Tbffi: would want you. to remember It, bat mot

;, '"D Vet, qioke ,of lurrender.. They juat went oafighting'and with Bower and memorial The lower IN
',' ft .hoping, and dying. And no sacrifice. for! yesterday and the monument for tomorrow.
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'. "- > was eves too'great .itTCif "'Rememberheaa now-tW* mouth and tviyTtaonth '
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I m* give you\ aa tiamnl On temble-daf?> by buying: ,

,"::1. ": ;:: ': :. '.a Bataan we' .had,JIJ patient oai our operatutjr ? "Buy gun and plane and iheBt and ships and
"; table la I hourn.vr patient *imflMM aryY'J: !("tankator those other countrymen of yours who
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far from home. See to it that
fighting
of f A*. MT AM InonttANT (J. I.) Aim B. BssuTttvs. "
f sever again any place la the world, will America
JLU.&NanunebackfromBaUan.: I have aJnesuge "A sailor'w, .* brought )la with' his tl fighting be caught abort aa they were 01Bataaal
for: you .. blown to bit*. He wa a;goner and Z ? pen" again will American wounded
JPat never
knew it. 'Doctor'he asked there hope ktay
i, Tbote"American:boyt-who 'fovht ke: you' }e any perish for M help your dollar night have sent)

', ig** .Melt back to the wan, waiting for help thwCi '- "CfltfBy tait are higher. Certainly the coat
of plefctjrJ :;The doctor'wiihed to reassure him and replied
But the JafaaaL
,of U f9 >* gone p. mA on
whet"A thcy'lud WaJU do everything w* caJtf The sailor tried to "' irtnjiilkttnptrcinterilWt
( rollover, 'Dcc.' he begged'get me off this tabk j jan
WM t-, pfanMT nothing! 1 "They Jre. everything they had. And Bow,
ODe of thoat other fellow who till hat .\
aave a
,. :'i"Tb ;were outnumbered, outjunaed nd out fighung thence! : s* It'* up to 'Ou'to buy War Bonds not only it yb.
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: t Btuorcraft pmnen often bad to bold their Ire'tasu i that' the way the boys on.Dataan would lilt to j
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that is producing snort goods, and',, ,,"""""""'""', "' ''" '''''""''''''''''''''''' stead Mn, T E. Kirby and A. I.: Homestead Church tl God tbel"
' MBESIEAD LEADER 1 developing our resources, lay the THE Smith; Church of Christ. W C, II.Rev. a. E. Hastings: Florida CI"'i'
Morton; Homestead Presbyterian Fret Methodist Church
I Golden.employ-
of a
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HOME and Mrs.. Ceo D. Edith Tambtyn
y AND INTERFRISKABCKB: Church Dr ; SIlver -*
leisure
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ment for higher wage
rooft" In 1912't 1 But this FRONT. Ruehle; Sacred Heart Church.Mrs. Methodist Church, Mr. and UnJ
and
security happiness. : ___ aw.ca a.- "....sensettunr.nm I Clarke Roberts, John Cad Robert MacDoneU; Redland Cora?!
p.eOb.... orators as tecn.me.. 1'101. did not happen Something was ?uuiumIr, ""ni+"mmr'nu of
milltLLlvl way flint Methodist Church unity Church. 'Mr*. Frank Wj,,
N ew owelk A a" ,......... Crw). missing
; Homestead, Miss Antoinette May SUIlman tad Mrs etna Stewart)
Then people tame to realise Eligibility for new passenger
hu been restricted and Ivan M_. fit John's Episcopal Homestead Rotary Club, W. XIRhn .
beer Ames that mae outlet fur maw die- tlrw Grade }) .
book driver with amileage Church Mri. Let Lehman .y; Redlaod District tlooj
; PmawuN a 4 540.e trlbuUon had to be found. So the to "C"
and Ceo. N Wakefleld, Homestead Club, J.
S. Lynch John
': .AIU3R111 t.hC1l new schema of fnerchandWeg- of 401 miles or more per ; G. Sailer
+ < r"aaa" ,...mNABT advertising came Into it* own. month. All "B" driver and Church of the J'Jaarene'tht Rev Poet of American Legion, ML
ne "C" holder ,will,now Earl P Scott and Carl Field; Norman.FRYERS. "|
; n.tEU> mcntnoHla Iceboxes, refrigerators and vacuum -;:some book *
.... ... .... cleaners found their way into 'be eligible only for wed
. aVIRK211"11" more and more bones. i'I tire .
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D**| ConnVI I mm. as| Mh, tea t'e But stilt something was mjtog. **- I
Depression followed depres I Motoristsshould endorse their

\:. 4 'LN .a ;,t._ .-...... stns. and "win to prosperity, men r gasoline ration couponsfmmedly .
wsulava" resUeta TIlt wmgnlflcenttprtduct and not wait until they buy

. Rwuw4 .- ...ad .tar sea's.e1t -' ..t industry were often ga*. Holders of A. B, C D, or T i SPatMckUftDressed '

=... NIL'riort*an* note mfet.u.Ike doss Mt fl=, used tar awm ,the people they books,art "' writ .their ,license t , -I\
;; awe L does were intended to .benefit., j number state of registration .
What *>*' fotMteft ,ftctor'' on face of aQ:coupon*. Bolder I to ,order Saturdays

; Wish You Were Here, Too. that MM* kept industry,. from! ot E or R book art to write.heir! No' deliveries
true ? lndus- name anci.address on the fact of 40c .
achieving Itt goals :. per vpjmiui. lire weight
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A 13y .bale !tfayflewIllt+epeeattAy have all % tj\ ,
trtalltt art realizing that an coupon '" | I 4'
mrrion. but .,;.. : .' j lOc ;per"' $(ken for dressing
y It sears a* If eta uwd people to develop t\iN-.in-/ pine *
Bobble .and'hairpins wH{ 'Phtiae'yoiul: 'order! 593-M-2
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" RM stead .: Hal'been'on t bonnet Tlllticn people. That ha been thltl 1IP- be more pjenftful. in stores net. j _
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spree, setting element. Tasfrorrew'l spring, for With JW. derided.that
And rye had tOme card Uw same production lint must 'tuna out there ariJ' enough 'material :?on : Gmes

r a* you '(men of character along with plato band to permit ,the manufacture .
Saying, "I wish that yon were tics and pUnes men wViost ,teamwork of Jwtce ,as. 'n1. 11rinI.the lost
here, too" together will build new part of this year .* ''W.,. allowed
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Now wouldn't It be the,grandest world, In :*. *
Joke The neutral tuno1nJfmat. tomas I ?
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It *ome time, somebody tip and production and mats distribution -
under FHA'sTitle I prograrqare
t' puke lv->mass eoopwstlon pain 1,

That word, PReaQy, my dear f teamwork 'between government available in amount up to f'" ',,;
$3,2500 for lending
cannot bear w "and buslnernAage
_ ,' To have: you: lonely, disconsolate man and -roan. A new, spirit repaid institution Jn regular, These monthly,loan Installment art HIi.S ..wn .

. there of raring and the will to pull.together I
and are subject to the usual :
( So weary, not groomed and ca*;do, tot the. new e,' credit'ruled ,
Installment
, wretchedly dressed -[what awe production did e of I San Antonio
buying *
; HI be right up tc be your (ueti"i industrial era, ,iil' ttnt, stands a Alamo.Chepel I'
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. Dont'you Image the; consternation I nlition fort el'
:' Would rival that when a poor JX which I Ie written I
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relation FROM OUR! MAIL BLOOD DONORSContinued "Thermopylae .
had her messenger
: Drop down for visit all I .
a ef drfaat. the AUno 'I
uninvIted. MOW TM i ( From Page pn), bad rime"IM

" (The kind who cannot b .Mtelylighted may be obtainedby,calling.Mr, mea gave tbrtlrhves "t' :-
: )- Editor LHder-En V) i Cart Godwin,'captain"of the Red > here to 15& my m

} If that once came to paaa, twould bear Sir: CroM Motor. Corp, at telephone 11 /
\ be a Ate bet. ''The /AeU* i I It would be the set word of the tomatoes that I saw this year In Jack Cleary 'of Miami and hu

kind, they'd gel, Dade County were tome of the staff of technician will assist
most beautiful sights that I have with operation General arrange-
even eeen. Btnce those string menU will be handled by the "
Industry.?, Big Change bean and tomatoc were .barvwrt- Homestead i Casualty Station and ;. u .Haw the naay aeails reUea.of 4ato roilHooa 'v

-j. A Herat...-......4 MMorblby ed.. those; field* : f Vie kitchen .. forests of ragweed. I tht leadership of' Mrs. Frank L. Hi...* has wantonly
Inquiries have discloses that Skill captain,' will participate destroyed Thesaadeelshrlaesliak...
Industry. it finding, full scope there hat bean a research to determine I Mn. J. J:. Cauzen and Mr*. Augustus .. .

winning the best way to eradicate Wynn eo-oapUlns; Mn Nvw Alert ing*she present have bean with
the ragweed JO that It win not Ethel Ash sergeant of tht canteen PM..c to rubble
. age of plastic the age e4.flight eat up t large portion of the-food ; Mrs. Frank HaUlll'l8n1IftI'ant !> I war,Wu ....f

and other,greet.opportunity will that 1* In the lOlL .., of clerks; and .Mr*. W A. '

can for even more producUo-I Ulc>> Kopp, sergeant:of'nurse*. .,
V and for. something more than tare studying oondluinVfflow The original committee member

that. Without the InWalve ol County to determine the beat way i of the South Bade Blood ad U a contribution,.to / effort byBrooker
winning the, war we.must,find anew ta> eradicate the ragweed thoseof '' Bank will aervciln ,the round-up &;
Incentiver where men and ua,who tan do M should mow of donor Member*" and the organization -I" Lumber r.1
management.... together not down, the ragweed before it goes they represent are
only to produce for the Dew' -1- to seed.p'r listed;
world; but to product the ne 'IIi i AN AM>;RICA?'.' First Baptist Church of Home.
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demonstration of the application 1 : + .
a In ;an impressive\ candlelightcercmoNy can and Joseph. Yates of the of roller bandages st'the nwvtinjj Mr: -and Mix Jest JC. Cowman rifer SnlMtn, a iwn; sot .Mr- and

performed by the Rev.' Coast Guard, Reserve and, E. t.1|i Wednesday night ot Hornerted, of Hdm tead,si-:* announcing!I Mrs. Walter Sniften ( f. JWUml II
,R :; Buchanan ot Homestead,.* : Casualty Station, and reviewed''\engagement lit their daughter, j i'c, !titan tfraftaWn; pt Homestead'x
Murphy at .d o'clock '
Marvin T. er-ln-Uw ot the bridegroom. i Che ,group in the new %>t. 1.Ott-) '
Saturday evening in the Home1fid J Nuptial mink watt provided bitDv met.boc1pC artificial respiration EVIl, : '.

i Preabyterlan Church, ,kiss 'Carl. F. Robinson .: I hurricane: drill M, slated for the Uin Cowman, .nativei jit MUSIC CttB WiLL.RESUME ."";
Mary Frances Arthur became the' and Mrs. T. li Hodge ; r.pnut.1 next meeting, Wednesday, Oct, U, .Homestead wu graduated 'from MEETINGS MONDAY OCT,11i i'- '
bride of Edmond Earl Pacettt Wm. T. Tanner, vocallsu. Arrangement were, completedfor Homestead high School with'the :'fIe Monday .MusW.' '(;:Ilill'" WilliS !
d VSCGR. The vow. were read be* The pridWAvKher-Wor* aqua handling the blood bank ,class 'of IS. Until recently i she bold its first meeting of the lepton- '<: .* I
ton an altar banked with --whit j taffeta witkran ostricNAtD-byad-; ) I round-up which will be held Suo.Twln..t wag employed; at secretary In the at 3:" p.m. on Oct. 1 lit the hoot* I
gladioli and cathedra candelbra. dress In. fuchsia and pee pink. day person bare. purchasing department pt the of Mr\ ; J R, Rutland on I(..Krora > i
The bride, who I* the' daughterot .* U. Key West av Hostesses 'are Mrs; ,5.: U i
J Her .corsage was of orchids! Mrs.Pacetti ;present. .. _. . S'lV1.bt. .. y -f
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander F Arthur mother of the bridegriWn,1wore -- W..t)4n. 0..1t 4tetfant .tend i
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f anarriaga a' gown by t>( her Ivory father duchess, She Wore satinmade I'corsage of tiny yellow orchids"ff!J?"1[ARTY TO,BE HELD IN CLUB ON OCTOBER CHAIRMAN or:WAR: PAVEL,;, -: -,,\\I

with Jilted bodice, 'long I After the ceremony a ep-I I fclVTiS:R-r.WX;. PROGRAM ' ,
sleeves. and long full skirt lion was held in the 1M4m\ v I Jjtgfon I A,'",progmnV orj.the Work of the <$ i
tight a I, A Halloween party with all the ''member pf the 'American'' ;
Mn. Chas, E. Elcheb- I '
that swept Into a train. Her fulllength I I I i Tavern. ], trimmings 1* being planned' by the I.I Auxiliary will pr Vld.' hostesses'and Won .Pvte-; Panelwaspresented \y|
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veil of French illusion felt berger, charge Homestead vso for Tuesday Oct. hll'ethmen'for..the dance on by; Mrs. Roy &. Chandler? Caner 7; I
y from a mantink of the Chantllly! book and Mrs.E. A..Buchanan -., 26. Girls will dress as farmer !Thursday: Oct 14. wbea..JftUI1ci]' bal lrmao;>and Mrci'fet3'i ;lame' ' '' $
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shoulder necklineand the deep .sisters ot the,bridegroom, .pwat.ad ( dress, and-both will take Monday; night.bf the .1IQrnaste..d. ;>
.In I8I'\'In. ..';'hp brld,'. ,, vOewas B.PW.c at .the, horn o( Mrs.. '
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oft ruffle, over her wrist She a dunking and perhaps a hilarious BIRTHDAY PARTY GIVEN Green Rives I
carried a shower bouquet of gardenias ]I i cloth, the work-N--her maternal competition In making the most I l FOR YERNA LOU CAMERON After 'the regular business! ;

centered with whit or* grandmother, VnCKV, T Atkins, Ingenious jack o* lantern In the I I Mrs. : WalUr Fraajuf .entertained '' rntetlng, cold drink -and cookies I
cfeld Her only ornament was"ft, of Lewes, DeWI .shortest time, says Director W E. Wednesday 'aftern< 41 told locket the gift of the bridegroom 'I I Following IKS' reception Mr. Id.D. Ward. Decoratloh.Ill carryout honor .of the eUventh''birthday! tlon'other* present ,Ware Mrji" -, +'A-..., i
: 'land Mrs. Pagittl'' teft for' a short the Halloween'motif, I anniversary, of her 'daughter. ,, Mar'Motrie: Mr:; Emmi. Boyle; fl.
s The bride's attendants, thj-e of wedding trip In North Florida The Redl.nd.NtlChb{ rhood vents Lou1,tlrnerm.: Mr.:.B,'' ATlbbttand? Mr, F.M.\ !; :.;?:
her clmumates at Jackson MmOO.1 ** For traveling the bride w ory ii I I A white and pink'coif* irhen, Kient ", 01
Club will bt hostess at the Saturday
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L Hospital nursirf training ensemble of wool 'I was wed '11tbe refreshment -Th* group a j
dance Oct.
school, wore lace mantillas matching with matching alligator .accesso Members night of the.Tint on Methodist.1 courai', birthday cake and lc!,the \home cf ftirs. Morris: vWMV .
in color their similarly mad ries and a corsage of whiteuer cream Fruit punch was servedthroughout
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faille gowns which had fitted chlds. ,uto the afternoon. '
7 bodice and bouffant skirts Mrs. | After .Oct 1). they will.} !n/at. the usual' Sunday afternoon' Guests were 'Sylvia Barnes, OF PRAYER FOR MISSIONS ..4;:,
Wm. E. Smith of Miami, matron horn in Miami open house for enlisted men on I Maxine Walker, Joyce Ennts, The day of prayer for state mi**'
oi honor, wore madonna blue I I. Th bride was graduated this Oct. 10. 'The regular dance will Ronnie Marks Pheoa ROM, Vic slons was observed by the Wom,
be' held Tuesday, Oct. II, and
an's Missionary Union ot the ,
and carried an arm bouquet of summer from the Jackson Me -- tor and Oscar Alfoneo.
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Mitt Eleanor!! Chambers and Mist school. She Is an alumna '6( CHURCH LEAGUE GIVEN Thursday afteriMon of last week, "", '
Ruth Matthla, both of Miami, 'Homestead High School where she The Ctlendtr SOCIAL FRIDAY 'NIGHT Theprogren4 wa conducted Dr I
were gowned a and WM president of the student coun. The Epworth League 'of the Mr Howard L.,Johnson and iakf ,

carried 78lnof garden flower .ell' and of the. senior cl... Oct. ,.-.Games-night- usd J Florida. City Community Church ins(part weref.Mrs.-S., >. West.,? .', 'I I
*; (Little Janice Howard John- ,Mr. PactttU, third class boaU- Oct Meetlng of .Princeton w..., entertained' 6W Friday eveFSuing.witls' Mrs.' K.:. t;.. wrenee. ,M.'JuIIa. ":* I
son., flowcf :,lrl, wore ,*- ,lonsj]!w.IIma *, has' been.In service Casualty Station. '} a .-wiener roasthr.theHomestead Polk,, Mrs: Frank N..,Irwin,, ,Mr" J
,bouffant gown of ruffled pale-(for II moathl.Ht received hN Oct I-t1SO' dance sponsoredby [ IllUliclpal.rk'.nd -a T, D. Piche,; Mrs. Catharine -I i
pink .organdy and scattered roe training at the old Royr Pajijn( Redland Neighborhood Club.theatre 'party.Thirty . Ptckard and Mrs. o..A. West; +
r petal before the'bridal party. 1 Club in Miami and at present* Oct 16-USO opeit house span I members' of the group Other: present wer'e'. Mn'' : 3.
Clio ton.L' Bishop, VSCGR, was |stationed with the Coast Guard :.& cored by First Methodist Church.'were i present and were chaperon Tom Vann Mrs. 'J.L Cham- : 1
and Mn. C I:. N U1. (Continued' 6u Page Seven) . i
belt.man The ushers were Dun. Tavcrnler. yr. Oct 11-Meeting of Monday,ad by Mr. "
: -- Music Club. .. :

It.6 I ALTAR SOCIETY RE-ELECTS OFFICERS :lr Oct. 1I-14..tlna. ,o(; Wemaq'sClub'of I Jack DIXIE DRUG" R.watf..' .:. I 1
Homestead.Oct.
Folk : "
1 AT REGULAR.MEETING SUNDAY MORNINGM It-rSpedal usa dance. 4 _

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M and 11
J Oct It-Meeting of Homestead rtoaea I
the officer of tile Altar 11 when the member of the see* Casualty Station. / \

Society of the Sacred Heart lety win act as hostesses. .+;:: "Oct 14WW.F.C.etass meetIng A WORD' ABOUT. OUR' jl
Church: were re-elected at the regular Those present at the meeting with Mrs. C, E. Nelll. .
monthly meeting of the group Sunday were Mr*. Julian >Angel: Oct It-USO dance sponsored PRESCRIPTION SERVICE i
in UM rectory last Sunday mom llnl, Mrs. L. (Sen1th'Mrs.:.\ F. M.., by the American Legion Auxili 'II

Ing. Kent Mrs. Mitmwly, Mrs. Gad- Th trail Drag ton b Mr) fn "J1(lit
Mrs, Charles Pope wilt continue way, Mr*.. Lyneht.iMn. Springer, ary.Oct 15-Games nl-ht. stcKripion webs-II Is die mass Impo' '1 I

as president; Mrs John O.d_,. and Father Michael.Nixon. Oct '16-USO' dance. .tun Acfumnt i* our sera Only" capible.:

k M vice-president: ; 'Mr*. 8. J, w' ...> licensed phaimadMttiuhg the puree of Kill '. \

Lynch "recording secretary; Mr*. ANNIE1 MAYHEW FITZPATRICK 1 ,'scarngdi.- b,compound JOIN prtKcip.tML . ..\1:

Stewart Sprinjer, treasurer; and > '.,,1" t ,,...11M Mil liiM let the Retail| Dnij. ., t
Mrs: F. A Mlnnerly: correspondIng Redlani Road between,Avocado and Dtscayn* thrives f 5sor.serve o.' ".;

secretary. .. ..... 1
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Plan were mad for the usa Pianoforte and Theory ;
party1' on Thursday venlng. Oct Violin X1lopboae' FianoAccordlanALICE'S . Wit 6YARr Recto's "
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.,,' TONIC PETRFL'79c

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UGION GROUT ARRANGES SttmvlatesPH I
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TOO( fARTY; FOR SOLDIERS ; appetite Atso -
HI.rtaln'300 service aids' In'wnemla. ,
Plan to : ,
snen .t a USO dunce on Wednesday PARLOC J
)1gAtlTY
;evening, Oct: IS, Were made ...
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by member* of the American .. E JI
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Legion Auklllary: a\ Its luncheonsnseting :: ,, "'- ,.. tI.;''; ';' " 1, 11. tow, I I'j
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Tuesday. .'w 'j
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|The group, will furnish tittyun fI eiut
tupcfches Iced. in nd'whll',

and Wu. which will be served .:Ilt .. ,C.N.,. J rIE
:'1hUl hit punch. 'The .entire 1+e a +"/a .'
Membership will 's rvs *4 h *ti ,
i ellns i at the dance.It b announced COIDWAYE : ./

d.;j pis"'1M' President. Mrk "11\,. J. .
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8. 1943 LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Pare Steven "


tgtllllillllllllf Qltltltrtll I Florida City Salvage, .. :

Collections Arranged SOCIAL EVENTS i![

Years Ago CLASSIFIED ADS "
I i Special arrangementa '
i are belle( ,. (Continued /rojn Pap St\. v ,
I mad for collection in Florida Oty : a ATL "
Waerttone
bliss sest taaertloB, 10< a Wt MteeoAMit ;
'of salvaged fat, tins Mr S. A, Zing, Mrv C K.:
and cardI
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,. Mesa d bg6esi.aa IfII1M
The Saunders, Mrs A. D. MIL .
.... -.. -.. .. .... I board and resident there areurged Smith *'j i
Reseed are ..- taw tW OM ..f ,,1 to continue to save these K. Collier and Mr*. T T. Bowen -' ...f'
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a. ]e4 a..o.I.d M4 M&M..r.M'0... tT, INI.h. commodities so vitally needed 7 FOR RENT PERSONAL rl :
W9216 -..' OtotvriM Ml.kRW the war effort Ceo. N. Wakefteld 'I I
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Mw It, n. chairman of.Ute South Cede Salvage W. .. C.: S. WILL CONDUCT 10 ACRES for rent--gh pine- FRat If excess add cause you

,, Ifimmllllllllflflnmnmntirmtttt, : < ; Committee said :yesterday CHURCH SEEVICE8 OCT. It land, scarified Excellent for twin ft Stomach 'Vicars; Indigestion

: 1 Collection In other area are Service at the First Methodist t been or' tomatoes. Corner Heartburn .Betdunf.

,"HomWesd wen the Dadel progressing satisfactorily, he said Church of Homestead win be Redland Road and Howry St Bloating Nausea, C.* Palna

l County hamplonhlp loving cop, and there baa been k gratifying: conducted on Sunday night Oct HartBoehme, I32S N.W 'ttlt get free sample Udga, at 1

[thit afternoon br defeating" Coco-, response from the public In this II, by the member of the Wom St, ){jam). >>0-1$ Brewa's Pharmacy (poU-

> jut Crove6tol. ? !campaign an's Society of Christian Service
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I "'J.I. Robert killed three ra under the direction of Mrs. OScwell ROOMS and parbnenta fUasoo- WANTED .'}

il'won* with one allot from a shotifgun .j Methodists to Observe Palmer Plan for tilt able rate, hot water and how. ,I }

whue hunting on the East i service were mad at the meeting era. Palm Hotel. Florid City. WANTEDNicefew acre* ';

fr Glade Monday H* MW one 'coon S. S, Rally Day Oct 17 of the group Tuesday afternoonIn of land, cheap for cash. J. r:. j jWAJHTDjHouse

kipymg out Gl a hole drew a bead the church school annex. FOR SALE Shahan, Lafayette: Ga (pol
|ea him and fired. Going Up to tilt Promotion and Rally: Day will The devotional and the spiritual

I hole after the hot, he found that ,be observed .Sunday, Oct 17. by life periods were ,conducted bv TWIN BEDS mlth 'inner spring to rent or but? j

[the shot had scalped the first the church school of the First Mrs. Casper Wuliamaand Mrs(, mattresses Phone. 346-R. Box A-I3I, car Leeder-Enter*

{'toon passed on through the bud j Methodist' Church of Homestead George Ranson and report were I Homestead. too) prise (poll:

Pof another, and Into the head of ij Short exercises! will be presented i,given on the recent district, meeting of.,

f> third.", I by pupils from 10 .. m. to 10:4S I 1 held in Miami. Plan were FOR ,JoALE-JI"ie1A 1;-ton WILL PAY $S to IIS for Junk

: '''IS. W ,Morris, atttn for Vic- i a. m In Jh.a "; and officer made for a rummage sale to beheld Glade Buggy and Fordson car also farm mechln..,.

i ior E.. Downer,of.Rutherford N Installed. at the 11 I Ij" Saturday, Nov. ft. and donors,{I ,Tractor a. Also 80 gaL oU drums Wolf Auto Wracking: P. a Box

f J, bid In the McMinn estate of m. church: hour. were asked to leave their contributions j:. Wolf Auto Wrecking. P. 0. 7M, Homestead Da. Phone

tia' acres Monday at public aVon -j" Plan for the observance were J at the parsonage, Box 7M, Homestead, .Fl phone too Tavern. jol-tf)
by the board of Christian I -
-.t the south door jjf, the The week of prayer and self >M-. (o6tt) EXPERIENCED waltma to serve .1
education and the
ourihouse In, MIami. I teachers coun- denial will be observed at al
j dinner hour Good Must
I ell at a recent meeting In the meeting at RARE TROPICAL TREES: : shrub pay. .
,10 a m Thursday
;": Stafford furnish character reference. AlSO 1
"Henry
o( ,Princeton,, 1 church Oct yd,rhlch will be directed wtmmenUle, palms: Phone Cal
<,I* yean of age, passed away .on. Mrs. Rinson, . by; km. 1181.W, ] 6=I. V of Florida smart colored but girl Bamjt

k Thursday, afternoon In,, a .Coconut The of "We Who Ot,.. >"i, i. untl) boo Tavern. (ol-UJ ;
study AreAmericans"
Grovehospital after I lingering I I HOT PITCH I 1 1rif'r 1
will be begun at
an
"Hlnesl ItoS'I'
of three month . .
(Continued from 1*-se One) all-day meeting on Tuesday Nov
{ fonday! afternoon Ambrose'' J. I i iI.
The class will be tauyht bvj
n rof with which the soldier1 clothIng i LOST: Urge. live and white
Civil War
en age a yet Mrs. Palmer and will start at 10.nv ] 1+
'. Is Impregnated in battle areas ,pointer. PleeJDhon Ut-W. ..
wet buried by the Mason-
a: A, luncheon and .jluaineasmeeting
where
there Is
eternity at the Naranja cemrr *-: reason" to be m will follow .: U po8): _
. t"alert for mustard gas, which -I I. ,AND aOARD or DIRECTORS or M
penetrate untreated and Present at Tuesday'; .meetingwere 'LOST-Vicinity of Troplco rd. IAIO AMOOATIOV AND A P.r ,
"The Iiyon Brother are pIn clothing ". "ova> BY TH* OOMPTKOLLtB. o4' \
Inflicts terrible burnt all over theoly I :: Mrs. S. T Matthews Mrs,II nd Eureka dr two cows-'. Tar TATD or FLORIDA 1
two "In Mutchelor's Band In Ml'jjL. Mobile washing .machines A. S.' Moye; Mr*. J. A. McNeill), one tan with whit spots, the'TO ALL CRlnrrOHS ITOCRHOIJt.EM 1 1R !

IIm1. filled Mrs. J. D. Redd, Mrs: J. W'Eng other red with white spot Also AND ALL PEitSON$ AYMOCLAIMS ,
l with the liquid make the Oil DEMANDS: AO"'IIf'l-
t"F. Skill and John B. Mof-r rounds of the station lisp Mr. *. J. A. Deugherty. Mrs I black and tan Jersey calf ReMnH't -R[ SAID ASSOCIATION :
have been frequent periodically Too u* Mck W ...... seine
faking M
H. L. Brown, Mrs. J U Ballard P. PH.
Ifett I for relmprecnstion; purpose Kendrick Phone A" ... -...... M ew..t "lor ala/ss :
to the famous fishing I "In addition. Mr, 0. U ShowalUtr Mrs. Henry 6T. Homestead. (01-tin : w dwr.da '
i grounds round Cutter Bank in Impregnated pro- Carter .t! Mr W<. nlwtTw HOMEsVi-v <
Mrs. E. S. Caplinger, Mrs.Mollie I 4
"Blscayoe Bay 'opposite Horns11fcled < Wingate Mrs Dan Williams VAX !K Hnn-itM DM Covets, rWrM*.
to the sodiem"Germany $1
. I )I.... Casper Wi hams,. Mn 1 In, 11,11.8, .NI 871" I isoflCR I .... W. slam". Ma.r 81."W4 adCba.
,The Woman' Club of and Japan signed a to IIUIIII'I' GIVEN Drs A. .. O.Tess.;; ter .wMS sal deny &a- 1
.Home- pees at Geneva pledging 'not to Palmer Mn Ranaon and Mitt I 1. UTTEN AND COMPANY. ..." ....... : of saw. dlaw.-d I
l/ ; tad held its regular meeting Helen (JvlngstonLBAKNB at Clip .e NZ I Tar Coe1Mxws '., sad Ale the ssp s itch .
Tuesday afternoon and elected of" use gas In Carfare: M, \Stafford 1 N.ab.wd Mil, sole ... 6413. d.W as Nenwaft Dade Goer, Plwtda. =; ..
--.l &W A. ... .... .1.11.4 w .."r set..e .eaw.aq is.dNM ,
'a.a . president, Mrs W.. R. 'saidWe &U1&I or sires Bl1lLDlNO I C..s.1.'s-v .05. and W '..- of p"kNddwe. sea be6e""to .
Brow; JIm vice-president. ,Mrs.4eorge wt>e' not In oo that pact i.eWade __ \lot to 4wd' a6 .sow __ M aeA,aW _
> BY
GflLL SCOUT
f( Kinson,second vlcepreslEdent -. :due to our Isolation policy at the .. The three principle of building I 1=:..: =-..--:01=, -=. tI-/b. es's-MAN..-ctoa- 00,mam Cbdaw.

: ,' Mrs 2'om.LoomI .' recording time but we.,of course have not I ,seary.aewer. aAsaa.de lIMa C-Ir.,is ad --- *66-a 1$ ..aeswee .....1
Are learned
were by the Home* .
th e-d ear rur/A
.,aeeret,". Miss Jennie Lobdellj,used cat se far In this ,save If,|steed Girl Scout Troop 'Tuesday; !I .w.N 6 ____. \ Dare Ohio 'I'.. day ad Aarsal A. 'Iq
..treasurer Mrs. Green Rives the other chaps start It, "hotfevef, ,i. teas Go It. Chat ., M4w/C..sa into ,
corresponding
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1 National
a* an observation of Fire .
I we will not "be 'M.J.d.. err P1wid., o .wb..e ITaJ.A. 1' NAMr10
"secretary. Mani. Belts; i ; ,
Prevention. Week. I r Nab M/1 Tb..onent 1
;.auditor Mr*...Cuss!* Joiner!" .'jt '"ii"W :scraps of pPperthat ,mean.lIOth.1 Betty Anne Plummer and Mary:"Ie .Mpg to saw tM .101 Om arts CRAG. Go TOi..... 4aster.
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I th nation, l led .a. Is too .
ease d "
n). ; rd'ChrooJstWi eon;. ftfTChfenlsterjjd Jim alt." Jane Hawker joined the troop at':I L" a whwh"o Mauve. Plat =.Is,,t i. to, ". ...... .. '" 31. to
aat
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'I'J: his smily.re.imibetr I this meeting.., Joyce Morgan and :-0. Clay d Mtaal Coast' tanNOTIfi "
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Casualties frcm shrapnel and ; .f claws, M 1--PZn"j :1'
tld ;way to- Homestesd from: ?shell ire much Betty .June Turner tied In a ton-i;i IV0.MM.M, MI1 TW MM..ZML OP APPl.IC1T10NOR.
I greater In proportion Of W- TAX DIID
MM
Il I u Osage
tw
nneyAanteand It as'expected MM omiUrt.r
'. lat.tItq'.II1.m.k;; : than casualties from gaV{test to'IIo'eould ,find the; hard, w ta tW MM W u......*. L .CWtrr ITltt--Art. r( UIJ1I000C11 ;
j their Mnr .r HI A 4tt
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. most flowers celled "pelntbrushea" Lrt Wltkn IUM. put boob tt/
'T*. "J"',* A i t.f1ord .said and fatalities 11t. l. w ('he r u BCRCSV: GIVEN Ism A. :
Miami
: > Each found IT$ !It' County .. .
girl : f.!
'i are fewer. ] sw d P1.rf4.. II. rattan and CMni r>|>. kuMir < star
'i"Jf Pi"! bl: o .asses. 11aad .
; 'W' hat're.i f i Th* next meeting ,Will be on , ;
"We of the chemical warfare IW Uk 4w W Jirtr. A,; D-. 141 W., r
m,sJgaed7r.entra1 SJtlmlI t"bow Offidar dw saw t
It at home of MrL ca.uesw
441iverg"l! {Oct the .. ,*M MMt s.yarRw.MAb"paws
11 'convinced I-wd
division that !
the' are gal':I was the .p a umbra. .
Mat __
Homestead poatcftlre. v,idf vpHMlka fw a tai Awd M W
WiWain Ewlpil oil the posrtiorf*,*.,:Ira I much more' :humane weapon I j I W ilea s. IM obFI lu ilntl*W will w, 4>... .. MM CoUlMM .iMkruM tWfollrvlM .
; than the other; GROWERS MEET! ., d.wra.d ee k> 'WOnip (
, weapons now employed -{ so
S'MrMr .
O.aw,
Vt A Ay m. .
'New< fffcer of th* W U, D. r.ai 0 Male. Roll:( t .a4'

-at th*- Papua Ch,'rr'/h'awl4re the air base .chemical I'l ;1 taa.d ebb n.4aar16P ____ A.D. :1Ioo..t Wlmfcfo Mow. :..-yk, riM,
#expert concluded !""HI, PMT IV I* 4W W pwb
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(Cohtlnued from Page Pnelhave .
Sl* Pickard.ireeldent''Mrs. -C.I; I L ,,!"EItATtlIltIUN. SUMW "* .*...

. >* Walker; vlce- ....fent. .Mrs.} been "t.an Immediatesnnounrement i'1 -:::::;t alt 1 t The _, d .Id'. .- sad"to
1c$ .1.14ctonlt mid wetSMsr 1s tea am" eft ,
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during .
;Oorfy Taylor. *ecrtary 'Mr*'[eroned by Mri J, D. Reds Mr ceilings C aqp i7.eW Unka-aa

Matfie HIlL treasurer :. v .' 1 Ben Fountain anl' Mist 'UllUrtMllto 1 the Florid planting. season. ''. .'111 :.' 64N.C.fre'k. n. ft, I v..1ot.1W.t.o WN W ...

I ;"J. M:KUng, station a ent, 1P, :nt J Jf motored to Cutler Beach In event' of "unsympathetic1'ceillnft 4581. ,M.
,to.White CIty Sunday tt. look f-,'last Sunday,. . the committee will advise| f1'i nnr or APPLICATION MawTAX I II (.< kM4W .t iw .Own... HIM...1-N-M gasEwe .'
whit *Mn. A. L, Chandler's class of I drastic curtailment of crops in the DEED almdr 4. a.ah. 1
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; .It/'fll grove t".A" t"l, Ne, whloh to IW I. r or. .No-her..
,.; .T. H. tinriemsn with _'Mli' people ef the Silver Palm face of mounting growing, labor)I "'1''. A'sat Is....
i / Mr'' 'l.In.1|e 11oTmE \I Jlttll PII: 'I' IIVT1f tat De.h''" lath. bV at R..e nh". 1141.II .
SfjMnft:, and Meyer Sltv-frman 8't wrch'Wert; entertained at and packaging costs IIMIoI rehod rah holder .4 .. sal R LKATHKRMAM
',1 Was traveling guests, left .in ht.'party Friday evening at the home I say*. Growers of. thg, ..tate'IIr'i)ic..w rM'.. cruise.. Jlo. moist m4 |>rt <*. ClTMH. CnM.r ... ;
' Lincoln of Miss rule M. Ray ." faced with bankruptcy if unfairceilings Iaeil.:lwed tho fth 'oy ., ).le. A. P. *r CM IrtoM
Mondayen rout to}
: ClfraH r>sari hNl
IN' Me aW rw to .tflm" and
.. ,tlamo. "Lola Roberts tell from swing' are established, he points j mod. """.. v a.t ha 4P.4 to bas be ;Z car C. fTRRRIM4 D. C11S 1

nirs, C. Wbltden,and Mr*. K. tRrannan. I and broke l\er arm Sunday" .out )I.M..d.. r Ib.s-c iA.e.o. don$0s4 asks C.nerws. sb..,h.... +i n. Ol'\..1.: S. ifNl :

grandnto'her sn-J junl' at Dad., Sam. d ':.. r
Brooker ', 1 If;;" ft .# w..set o. <* .. iw "'. ..i .
respectively ;
ofU.nlt\ fcl'4 '"f KCI4: ." *: II ft. (or *.M I.
, 8r, wilt'.erriv*. vln Homestead A to.. '4. To -iMli to a1 ....... RUM M
shorUv for visit with : ....dMra. I.N..ewasl.y J* Ai-idl MM M IrM is EXPERT'BARBERfNG t
: I: Miv .w Cesar d Dad., .f Pb.14., r
.\, ., BrooINr i i .IOOEKNC.YJm ,.,wa.a in c-.c. ee No. less,. Tera..ar.te.4
,"Mr Hawley.-wbo: he* b+en li 0 ". lead d Saw.prepe a.ead.r the saw
, Se me d orIL
f.rs; I*" I :... .r Raw -.
41la'rt
., W. L 145 ft.-1
with .family: .I.9tl # : l NR4 ., Na .::1fL 1116 raw t.
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.."" r., '. >, ... .. Moters6 ee latelyfnrnlt3ludr Antis 14. '1te.rb4 :, ..=, Rome Bairert ., ...
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;1.'ori"putnMHat't IV IcIrtHdey 1M esiebratetL J fi (two-bfdroon country home a IISA la w.-.c..ae.- M"'IIMe owtta"r, ass.dr .. .hence ..., 1-, .. 1111. s
I at hjr Pon..Frra51.'wI"a 1 The rre.seat .6 NOW _
... t ''pkple; 0. Belar water. heater gas raft, .: tho Sale (Ani..... b.wd w sthe shampoo trials)-----..'III ,
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+-t.._ .....'1 + electric refrigerator,:. tele"A' U.hwnwoyi1.e.ws d Jan 1Ita., .ban.eMer obsoopee (It4bW)_ lie J

. of yWMf p"olp'ein>J state .. ....... .. He
:, trees and amide jfrirL' food. : .taw.ea .: = @.&d 69enAdw 't' : --.:- : y

. . JI_ r .. o..t .Raw d..r ad heal __ SPeTe.11

' ':w "'. *PallMf l' ,. ? "' pet ,pb ae.' ten a acres' with, .frat y ,w.bw toe. Ae...t.I..Nesdsr... .. ....M.. h tar, as seats Jai at try,.N..f. hcta I'M' Nt
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\ :t bwy at:,MJoft' --cash or tenwi.V .. -tJ,1106.pte .J.4&II 1045. ('... ..... 1aeW,..,.....;..,'..
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.... Light HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE October 8, 1943.

ode ecompaaled ty her c1aucblllt. Mr. and Mrs J. H. Booker several Group Given Citation
Uls CHIer: Oosaman, who has day last.wtefehe For Naval Retralldng
been employed Key West.
In and Around N.U.s-t ThumUy at: The America* Legion Auxiliaryhas
the home of Mri. donlnger. .
I
FLORIDA CITY been awarded citation by; the
i U. & Navy for assistance la the
07 Wearies Assoc, The Willing Workers for Christ recent recruiting drive. for
FlomesleadMIS Sunday school class M the Florida WAVES and women Marines, the
: Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Stanford City: Community Church, win I president Mrs. Win } Gerotd
and family of Alhen T-. have: meet Oct. 14 at the. home of Mr, mo, announce
-- I occupied their tew hone on C: E: II,IlL We active
The croup an part
Mr and Ur W. E. Coon returned Ids L P. del ess left Sunday Broadway.Miss In the recruiting effort ef the
Friday from an extended for Uunberton, N. C, for a three- JAMES AKCHER CMtTOBOSriTAL Marine Women' Reserve la $ep->
visit with relatives la Pennsylvania week: visit with her sister, Mrs. Mareen Houston of Miami NEWS tember and in the tart anniversary
,t and Ohio, and on Friday Murphy Bennett was a week-end truest' of, Mist recruiting drive of the
night Mr*. Coon became seriously l?inkle Shelley, Mr Lena Arnold of Homesteadand WAVES la August Mn. Geronl
ill and wa removed to James Mn. Jew E. Gasman spent the Bobby Charles Ctmnincham of Silver mo a* head of the local group,
Brandenburg of Miami
Archer Smith Hospital week-end In Key West 'With her Pate, are urlcal patients; at took part In arranging the first
was a week-end guest of ,Mr. and
I IJ4r. son-in-law and daughter Mr. and R. X. Scott James Archer Smith Hospital. ,anniversary open house held by:
and Mrs. H. E. Schaft have Mr*.Robert Smith who been Mn. Barbara Anderson 'of Hialeah :.the WAVES in their headquarten
( returned to their home her after her guests tot several days last Miss Catherine Rohrer of Red- and Fred Link; of Redland under Robert Clay HoW in
spending several month In Louis week. On her return hitye. she land was a guest at the home of went tonsiUectomle this week, awe It"<00//
vine and in Hendenonvllle where
i
they have bought a summer home.
1
i Mr. and Mn. D. P. Blake, Jr.
j have returned to 'their home onAllapattah .
WL, after spending the p'/
: summer at their residence in
\ Concord Ca, in Homes Lots

,. Mrs. Chat. W.-Camp Visiting Bargains ; .

in Washington D. C. with relatives -


Mn.and Judson friend W. Strickland of bl' and Acreage :

South Bay spent Wednesday with _
friend and relative in Home-
riead. Mr. Strickland, who formerly .
.
worked with the Agricultural \ '
1. Adjustment Administration out C: .L'l' : . .
of County Agent Chat. H Stef- andfriiit ; ': ,
house and two lots. Shade ,
Rrpished
fanl' office, 1* managing a farmat . .
South Bay.Mn. .
trees.. $28W. ./ ,I' .'* ;J' V' ... .,. i-: .
Frank B. Rue has returned '* . ,. i< /<,?* *.
from Stamford Conn.. where she
t visited relatives, House and-two acres adjoining city iufiits.',Wprtlf. .1, /'.,'

Mrs. Luben Greenwood of ,.Mi ,' the price asked. I.t; > .
ami, the former min Frances ;
Webb, has been I bout guest of
Mr. and M.... Preston B, Bird. and
The best property Homestead for present .,


Cready Mr. and have Mn.returned Jajner.from R. their Me- future business.. You can obtain convincing! de?;. ,. I s;:

summer home-. in ,Standish.' ,, Mich. ,. . "f tails if: you: 'come'.to toy> office. Price $2lm:' .'

Mn. Coma Davis Delllnger. assistant .
cashier of the First National $}lOOicashi balance one year.
Bank of Homestead, is visiting
friends and relatives In Shelby

and Hendenonville-, N. CIt Ten: acres of land with, 3-bedroom house. Five

Horace RIchter, brother oft to avocados and citrus. Faces ea st.
Mrs. Paul Reynolds has left for fltes planted ,
Houston Tex, after spending a
week here at the home of Mr. Tp-car garage. Some farm equipment includ .
and Mn. Reynolds. .

Half of red dirt for yearroundarien.
acre
'Mr. and Mrsf Lawson Walker }( .,....... ,:
left on Monday to Visit
for .two *
week with relative in Oklahoma. : ., .Price right and -eJms. '. ;:z
-

Sunday Mr. and in Mr Naples*. B. T. Ktnf pent Partly furnished howe and)5 acres.: .2/J acres": .,


,..........Your........Dates.................. ploughed ready ,to plant in tomatoes' fruit .'I' '. ,

WithUncle Sam trees. $3,000 cash. '- .'

r ....-............................... 9t *Vy '

PROCESSED FOODS: V. V and : >:: i
W remain valid through Oct 10. ;.:Jeir acres, part grove, with '3- dreom.. .It Se.I;, :
., .' .. .
' #,
X Y, Z. are Valid through Nov. : : \r : .. : :
.: .I' !
!0.
.
y'' MEATS FATS: Brown stamp "I $6f'M.' CJWll. , .',' .....,;,;"-.'...,..' ,;

C and D food through Oct. X). r t ;.
I K: become valid Oct. 10 and re- Tw 'tra 'iII .J M..JM) :It t : ,
1 acre $. :
1III1nI'aUcI through Oct, 30. ,:.... . '.. r t.
SUGAR: Stamp It food for five ,: for kvcDtmont dye.f : ,
ter on
buys rednq ,
pounds through October. No*. 1 .
"
IS and 16 valid through Oct. II ft\ + '
'Hall,1;
house, in 'Hwaestead. ,$ M.
for five pound tech for carmine.Housewlvn Furnished ,.
may apply to their ..:
local board for additional ratio** carfuylw. ,
\ 'ht i l
U LFUH. '
"
: Mceeaary. : '. :
OIU 4 Period, I'COUB M ;, : : '
vend through l... I. '; tow W Homestead COiOfOa tew .. ice jOfBj', ... it.
ArOASOLDM A-mum, I tong It ,' ' .''" :"' ."'' ,:'-
\ :. 14 : ;
.for three gallon through lie,. M. ,> .l; .$1b eerner B'eiTjc, .. .i". ,-i.,'.' ,
STOVES: OMMUIMT...uareheee* ""-" ,t, " :.',\II>
of reversed slows Jauetbe madewtam '
a caHMoate obtained at la- '
)
ton wr price M4 WMMHB. bears 'J"':' .,> : ..-' ,
r--= .1try 11 (ta-, Now <" '". W."Ar -

Lek) wnita ter 1tr +1N FwM M KUM .

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