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 29, 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 )
 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: VID00618
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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announcement within I Two but
Honor Roll Planned Here for ServiceMen field haiiaa arrived at IB* port of Miami to build up shipping i'to
the next
two week of otfleial
I Gtasld awhile labor camp yealeriUy the point where. railroads will
florid potato telling prima ap-': and Women of Redland District tftel'BIHMS.Asauranc ., be forced to adjust rate that how

I ,proximate two per cent Higher discriminate again' the' South,

( than those of Ja>t season, wu the' 'Flan foe the erection of a permanent mltteemar. and Kit Carson, *ecreJtary of adequate farm was strewed by Luther L, Chandler *
optimistic prediction yesterday' honor roll ot all Jtedland rice-chairman and aboard labor ,for Florida winter acreage at the three-hour organisation ,
J. Abner hit .f Princeton member -I' I| of director probably win be was voiced yesterday bjr County meeting ot the Greater MIami -
ol the potato division! of the District men and women nerving I elected at a meeting to be held at Agent Chas. H, Steffanl who returned Port Authority Monday:
Florida vegetable Committee' wltb the armed lone were Initialed I p. m. Nov. 4, in the city hill Jut week from a labor "Criminal and penalizing Jp
"I may be "all wet' and toy estimate 'at a meeting Oct. 21 in the Mr. Scarborough aid. conference of the agricultural extension Florida agriculture," were the
ta absolutely unofficial but Homettead city hall'of.representatives -I Clarence. J Fannaa Homestead service In Lakeland W term uaed by,, the Gouida grower
that' the way It looks to me now,* R. Bird, County supervisor of and shipper' appointed to the port
said of churches,, club: *nd fraternal -I Ml-amt agricultural labor, also Attended
V Co.vho tai returned ) board from Coral Gables, wherehe
from a second recent trip to Washington organizations: the area. 1 Park honor roll .will be asked to ,the conference. has his home now
to urge'\' that tbe celling The Idea.wat Introduced by the I submit plan for the Homestead Several hundred laborer have faouth Dade otter member ot of ;
!If let before the Hart of the potato Homestead I. O. 0. F Lodge:project, Mr. Scarborough Said been brought Into the area during the port authority, J. H. Brook<< f
teaaon which appointed A. E. Smith, It has bpd proposed that the : the peat two week tor (arm: of Peters, was present also at the
: Th supporting price, Ja which I noble grand and J. M. Scarborough I service tribute be erected In the and citrus work, Mr Steffanl Mid, group's Ant meeting. Farmer
ii.'farmer ,*r*Vertlcularly Interest- I .' i alai .pool grand .and small triangle ,in front ot the and approximately three hundred, and ,hlppe in this area feel that ,
W:::r ed, 1. expected to'b .boded 411 90 .pant district""d.tl Utyi'W'aHtj'nuitr' Hcaigjrteaj} poataUcet he mid, and Bahaman are expected to arrive they have able chtmpton In :-
t pac,.$antTt 'aeail.nal,partly, ;red- :(Haifa .committee'-to'enllttVuWte 1t',," edt d.,' ttIM Gouida labor camp thi* Chandler.and brooks .
17 Jaded to local,'production, *, co-operation In the project4**" his...exHcperawoasittlTaecurhig- V a ,. About'"tDCO\Bllhama.w) ;;;: Ctff1fanactt".N.tB;. ::-t hfrry'waw'elected .

COB Mid. Mr Scarborough was named suitable site.Annual'._. ._ _.._'_. :._ ._ ,.._ i (Continued onfra'g_.This:eT "wSUNDAYS permiMMnfittislrwuai of ,
Although this area doe. not general chairman: the Oct. SI the 'authority at Monday** ,meet-,
come Into production until around meeting County Commission' (ngv Other member .arc: Miami
Feb 1, immadiato announcement Chairman Preston B. Bird was appointed Halloween Carnival Is Slated ..-taUv Chat. C ;
of callings U neceaaary for the Blake, James M. Hoffman and
,Jtenaflt of the Lake Okeachobee mitteeman building; the Rev.and, plan Marvin.com-T.' For Tonight in Hedknd School PatioThe' Ceo A. Price, and Miami Beach

region. where the crop win go Murphy Pastor of the Homestead: member. John D.Montgomery
to market la December, Cox < )fr. Chandler .
telephoned
on Monday
Church,finance J
Presbyterian com-! annual 'Redland High
pointed out RAINS i Gov Speessrd L. Holland
School carnival will, be held tonight -
hit resignation, .
at member ( the
THE.WEATHER GENERAL CLINICOPENTOPUBLK i In the school patio. Dade County budget board in order
', The P. T. A. will serve a chicken CAUSE UTHE
to accept the team
MOOT NsoH.r law s..t..ra..t two-year
:= dinner from I to I p nv In the
"> UUo.. ,Hammtm, rr.w. aa Coral Gables representative on
cafeteria and each IehooJ'claa
\T the authority War the law a
t I will entertainment CROP DAMAGE
Sate Ails: Altar Nan Rate sponsor an member of the authority la barred

,Oct 11 -.--3 HIM,;2M| 1 ,SIX.DAYS A WEE(: school project fund Proceed will 'go In the from holding other public office

\it4 i Oct. u .._JM( |, 54 12911! I I'I'Oct. IA I Hot dog and'coca-cola eonceeslona The heavy nIna Sunday ;caused .resolution la appreciation of
U __.-16e, M |211.I11| 1 1M will appeal to the crowd, and small crop damage'la the, area. Chandler's services to the budget
,"" Oct.'24as } JJ/.M| ....i ies 'The new, Dade County Clinic I bingo dart throwing and ball as- Urn bulk of the'planting bad board was adapted by the'Dade
Oct 25 f" \IM,an issiS012 on W Mowry it' I* open for operation ,I throwing will be offered. Other not yet gotten under way and the County commission at It* meeting .
\ '.1 Oct. 2e. 41 l eo 5o i2t.7111 I .zit day a week under the Tuesday.
4 attraction planned are an athletic majority of teed beds are located
,Oct.74 II 1 WJ direction e4t Dr. J A. Smith. county'physician. exhibition la the' gymnasium, on blah'IJ'OWId., a check by the
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HOW'll. 10 to
a how la the auditorium, a cakewalk office of County Agent Chat H.
Ham. and I to ( p. m. from ft F.. UND
and a popularity contest Steff anl reported this _II. VOW
Monday through Friday
COL HUMMER Two performance*-one at 7:36
Some plantings delayedby
A clinic for the diagnosis and were
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treatment of venereal disease will p. m. and the other at 6 p. m. the> rain Mr- Steffani said, but IS, SENfENCE ) TO
will be given at the big show In
farm Indicate substantial
THANKS MAYOR( be opened Monday Nov. 1. in the surveys '
the auditorium.A I Increase in potatoes tomatoes and
clinic building under the direction
I I A "Wanted, a Wife", written 20 YEARS TO LIFE
of, Dr...Smith and Dr. .Frank L. bean.the big three" In local :
NfCITY'Sllp and directed by Mr*. Mary D.Nettled .
Quillman of Miami. Hoar. are crop Potato acreage It expected
; of the Redland ,faculty .
X to 4 P. m Monday with Dr. ,to be Increased from 6000 acres A sentence of 20 year to life
Ina. per onl letter to Myor QuIUman on duty and 7 to a p. will be presented, "by the sophomore answering to 1I.ve'111m released was imposed ,by" ,Circuit Judge
.'''1'. 3 Hfri on. Oct. II. CoL Wm.L'pfwuntr nv Saturday with Dr. ,Smith .In boy*. A Hawaiian daote under bond and announce their :Marshall C Wbehaarf on .OUia
and a number featuring Hawaiian
: :'commanding officer charge Intention appealing th*,verdict rv .VA er'Wood. Na rear'old: .
of Hnaassliad'Air Held who fck Open house to which the public guitar 'will be given by Katharine to' I. !M, tomatoes from tOM ti Princeiooi fermer'touoad'Zgeilty'
keen.transferred to oversea esjty', I s. Invited will be field from I to Weber and ;IlvebnbadMarlsp! w.eet.aM.,btana, from ,**.'to Saturday of second degree, tour-'
aaprMHi his appreciation of tk* I p. m. Sunday when the Dade Gunman; A croup of third trade fMO acre*; he a.... de*ta the slaying of John Gordon
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the of Mr W.
fcaopta at Ne..... with tile accompaniment has been rented thlt '
ef the county health service, year a the *"* attorney are an-
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f,,::u' Havy,Service eoi3d by,5$ Stars I MAKE. wlth'muN;'rOOT-VTAS of UJI PLAN( perIod*. 1"-1"u i ,*'" _:

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Gal as Un ,onMa ;)........ 'at Homee led salad Smith.solo. ,Cortf'.CtebM' uA seveTS.other I', '.He'.team l IfeM-up of 'the Zed with Wand high, J**,,";.fcdiaon,
.* SeheoT **rv MflNb a rep- brother of A. D. Mi A. ..r...iM In the Hl lead High .SttMt DiaaXaMleaBlBi Jan M. and ,Bomaataitf,-Asp. ,IT.
., ... ali .. 'who servoor be" we make team. few.biers. ,aril... spalre to ......... 1Mwelveady 'and 'the ba*% tt>*tt schedule for GeiW tchednled ;ft*. that CIP'I-
.. iii tile....,. "WIll ...... Trta*. .,.f the.bars npras* OIl, tee sew ,tk* MOT are being worked e.(.p* yaaeaAffcen. *-giouatsi "wtl. MU. i '1
at ..e Mavy Day program preteated fSSaaaa' IaIuItJ' easnitasee who c.eieMrdy to pease to cr.L. 1'.Awkow, '-" self...,. M). Ij; Awbevr >*ck* .u .
ky lote o. Balky poet .f tile tantlag hewa. naval etteen: Tbd ;std s>srlf jttpH *PjroKla lie' MfceM ',*. IneMspM. MOM*. IT) Kditoa ( >>.M,aadTentative ,
AM***** L.jta at a special'a*. now, .. .now .....: C.-H. ...., for ...A f..ass ... !at the <*. ..t the Nagsaa's igelantead'Aae. :. L' ,.. ,t- .
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si.titly 'on Weduaeday.Tw too ns, aaejHtal ......g taMtrue- desired to thaw post-war owstnteUeii .im tlaawss to bt- played .pron It. + 'arranawneart* hvl
., the tars are gold for torjkdMinJoaiBiiMCoDk.wtt0 presjratn_ ....111 eautoatplatian. ./at"I CM Dae' U at.Redjsod.ls4iaad .!bean a4 tat a g..ae'ldth 81, ,
ftMsM .%...... Andcrcm Arrant wa payatel training .........; .J- ,win play; Home****.! i Patrick la Miami OB Jan.. tt, aMf t;
\ .M_ akrl ....... who lot thatrMa Two stare .I'spreaeut SAMEbirdie' ,Roasriss ,b." M! Htodman win Wgb ,at ,Hntnas ta the Japan***' attack at Horn and.made CkMnWla prannt pre jrm"i' >e. .....- and 'wllJ tans*'M 'the ftteadecajrt data* have not bean at
:,' ..., .0ter: Arnt wa _the .., and the 52 reseal slog (tar* day In 'obearranc* of Education with;Andrew 'Jackson Jan I f first practice of the 2481"al i:'" -
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r! Pare! Two HOMES DEAD LEADER AD ENTERPRISE October 23II' ,

,* Pfe Orin Smith will leave today Saturday is Last Day men driw unexpected stir\
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) for Mi station at CampCrowder j To Obtain War Book 4 iN.y t.t4 la M
Mo., after spending a day program };
; '0''UR"lI'EN INSE'R' E furlough, with relatives here. Mrs..1 i I War Ration' Book 4 win be to- AMt, reports .director, *r.',;

Smith, who actotnpauled: him mod fl'OllJ 11) < p. m. today and Ward, ,-
. -- .. horn will make her, horn for the 11 l I -The G
i ... ,H _,. _". __ ; tomorrow bt'block leaden at I' eras hospitality of. H'xn I
present with her brother-in-law I I Homestead and JRtdUnd school people evidenced ill '
1 and ilaler, Mr. and Mrs. J.0II111 City town lull invitations to aervjce mee'fK '!
Florida
and at
: The changing of the at I
guard Capt; Da* C. Klnvmaii of a Heuer of Coconut Grove. must women" Mr Ward said "ao
Buckingham Palace ii among the paratroop rtftnBt at Fort Ben- . I I After that time, applications local War Price city may well take pride la t
made to the
be
snore colorful London sights, ac- ning Gsa: ; Mrs. Kingman and /I ia99N9f
record
Pvt Howard Mills who Is Board at N. Krom .1
.coralni to Sgt Ceo. Marion Hen their children Dan and Betty on and Rationing
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furlough from Camp Shelby, MI8 ", and First ... I ,,s
dawn who U stationed with the left Saturday after a ton-day '
visited this. week with his par.ants II I' I DEATH TAKES CLARK,
,U. S. army In England. visit with Capt Klngman'i panants Today book will be Issued to
I
Bel Henderson, ton of Mr. and tot and Mrs a\plt'ltIn- Mr. and Mr Paul Mill of I person who- name* begin withS Mrs W. J. Jonn. pour til 1
Mrs Frank Henderson of Prince- raw at Together the''ifamllyhome Naranja. Hi* visit WM Cut short i I T and U. and on tomorrow afternoon W. i, Clark of Hom te* tern, writes hit parent of seeing on Kingman driver Present by. the illness of his wife who]: to V, W. X ,Y and itanilie Tuesday evening at her hones
,Westminster Abbey, N. I' Down- also at the family reunion were with their baby daughter I* making -!. *. Applicant must present North yrilkeboro, N. C. f .
s _,tog at, the famous London Bride I Mrs Frederick R. Weber and her her horn in Key West with !heir No. S book. Sick persons j i. a long Illness.
end Hyde Park. However' "I 1 four children. LL cpL Wtber has her. parent . .. and other unable to make Mrs Clerk who had
got tile biggest kick out of the been transferred from Pear) Harbor Atoll j canal application may have per'l,I returned from several IIIOCI
t ....a,," he write, "WaX have to Australia. | Walter R. Pierce seaman obtain the new books for them. apent In North Carolina, did .
kit of fun riding" them. They aredoubledecker's . a das In Ih* U. S. Coast' Guard,j Book 4 will become 'valid ori, attend the funerals
and boy, do ,thygotastr Ann Pope. V-lt naval student 'son of Mr. and Mrs O. N. Pierce Monday. Nov. I, at which time
of Homestead, has been transferred the Anal of Book S MISS NICHOLS HONOR
at the University of Miami K coupon* ex-I
"Everything U rationed.'Urndon. home on leave before being transferred V> a coast guard gutter on Miss Lois' Nichols, ftoi
z' ." be lay, and on recent to another ststion. A ion Lake Superior. H* has been servIng pire.GUEST !student at Duke University,, 1
hopping trip I could buy noth- of Mr. and Mr*. J. R. Pope, Allen on the. Great Lakes for the DAY CANCELLED I I been named to the guidance<
laf but a calendar and an tUlIP was a senior at the University of past year.Lincoln . mitt** of the College Digs
itrated book-of the city, Florida when Inducted Into the Army "gueit day" slated by the i i tion- foe General Service, a
"I visited Cambridge UnlvCT-I navy. At the University of MIami I Cason who Is serving usa for last Sunday in the Homestead 'school organization for war <
city, made up of II separate college -' he completed courses Inmarine with the II.V11n Bainbridge Md. are' was called off due to She la also,social activities -i
*, and I went through King'. navigation, mathematics is spending severs days hen' with the fact that many of the service man of the Student Forum. '
Trinity and Christi Colleges. ,At', physic, engineering, drawing and relative
Christ's which Ii the oldest Of .I naval,organization. . |! ti J
} the group they showed U* the . Hen ;King. Jrn soil of )lr. end
.room nee occupied by John Milton James Nesbltt, Jr., pre-medlcsl Mr.. B. F. King. Is home on furVniflh 1
and Charles Darwin. W. also ,student under the DOW V.12 from service with the merechant I
Saw a mulberry tee In the garden program, will return Friday to marine. AVER AMERICA *
there which WM planted In 102. I Emory University In Atlanta, otter --
Kind WM the molt beautiful of spending a nlne-dsv .leave Bov Slightly Wonrdcrl R
the group, with the loveliest here with his parentf Mr. and Stray Pistol Bullet
,chapel | ever saw . Mrs James Nesbitt of Newton rd. % $!/<. by side sleep' 50. Arlington.
000 service men and
James, who 'was a Student at' Jack Kemp, ion of Mrs. Bessie women In this Amer-
The- enlistment Jn the navy two Vanderbilt prior to hla induction, Kemp received! a slight, aceipll lea 'bhrouac *f the f.9
1 > weeks ago of William D. (Billy) will complete his work at Emory wound ipparm'ly from a stroyl ... dead" where rests E
Vann, made the James C Vann within the next eight months. pistol bullet while walking cast "the vnfcnewn eel.
family "aU out" for the service .on N. W. First at. I :.1".'* and the heroe. i'
01l:1&n1.ccn.ra'on. .
with the armed force Billy,.th* William r. (Bill) Dickinson afternoon/ JJ Y
youngest of three brothen, U taping second ion of,Mr and Mrs S. L, .H* was taken' to l.tA'TueIld"l: I;.s J jJ.J J
hi,*', boot training in Pensacola. Dickinson,' was enlisted in taenavy Smith Hospital by B. : J ."JJJ
l. } Wednesday afternoon ,and local' Insurance man;
James C. Vann Jr., eldest of sent for training to the Jacksonville 'S-nith diagnosed the Injury, a* a '
&be trio, his Vacantly been 'pro- Naval Station. .bullet wound. loA Investigationii '
+Venn '. being -conducted'by. the oltyj{ r
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lack Marshall ion of )Ct. andMr V.toW. IIIIUIon .I e,
Joe with the army I* the South; *. E. F.) Marshall, la attending / ,...IIi- ......11..
, Pacific. naval school la Jackson Mother of'Mi*. Pierce \ la Hitler graveyards 'i 1
gunnery
,, 'I'N.tbtrcl.. 'brothers''Petty Of- :VClvria-Jack'attended, ate land "Dies at' Home in Jasper fromTr ,ms<..Norw.r> ;
4 . to CAD* on h.Onek i i
fleer Nil.F.'Vann. I* an elertrte. " _
and HotnesUad high schools' ; Isle o< Coq Awrudvnehra
: Jan'-Irate third e1a with, the w"lit started In basketball Mrs; N'I'1..M."Latnbe motlierj wnaee' ,*
Caches He' baa 'recently* been' * of Mrs. A. J. Pierce tf Hormte Aldledat 'I r Buy, ak Extra-$100. ,wh* sosikt only t* '
, transferred from Camp radicott." Howud i, her horn* la.Jatpet. Fla.j Bond :auk the world bsfc 4
auto Camp Parka, Cat "Grouse, arlatlon' malchlnisf ion Saturday Oct.. It and- was ore place.hJsad'.H ,
; *. i mate. U. S. N, aa* been]|buried there the following Moo-,
transferred from.Stnrord, Fla. to Mr. Mrs. Pierce and
Sgt Shulerof'Iomestesd day and
! John '
who enlisted la the',army prior I BeaufoK, &,&, i I I|their daughter, Louise. ,, attended1the II a contrlbutlebtoAmrlca'. all-oi4 war -eflart fr :
to Fet.rI Harbor for three. yearse |I funeral and returned to Hem-[
foreign dutyrsl stationed bowl William (BUI) Ingram of stead.Sunday. -, ..B'rooLumber. Company .
: In Vwf Guinea with she army en- W, B. Incram 'or NewtcIn'rd.en.1{ Mr. Lambert, ..whoWM: boron, : ...
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gtaeerrcqmbat corps I' UsteU.lwt week &: navy.and Mar. 20, \1111. In Clinch .County. 'rJf) NI q; .HOll $s1'Ii' 'ftOKJDA cr
. has been lore I ,
.f e> assigned training Ca. leaves besides Mrs. Pierce
Set and Mr*. Jmes McConnell 11/ station. Bill attendej: Redland another daughter, Mrs." R. J. ,
arrived'' Tuesday: from March High School. : Birch,of JepnlnjK n : |I .
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tailing from New York; for'over-
seas duty with the army ,
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a son of Mr, and Mrs. W. H. Skv rf. ) .
and Fred I* k ton'Of Mrs:MabelSkiner. ;;:, Consult us' about'y6iif ;.fertilizer" require';t< ??" ; '
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(ktobef 29. 1943- "-, ,. 'HOMESTEAnt..T.II0F.ft-AND'1NTERPRISE', 'I "... ._, Pa leiA" "J't ,.it
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REDLAND LIONSHEARSPEAKERON Bedland FFA Makes Officers Representatives Named I' \[Park Development Some; ,;,
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Plans for Drite
Scrap Oil Ft"
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I' For High School Student Councils n

Ry 'CUade Myer, Reporter, [ The 04hve1opftwe1lot the ...- '
| Redtand Chapter r., T. A. held Student Council officers and seventh p'Me. Vert Ma<< Andei-j! pas4 Everglade: National' Peak ,4
f lOST.W' PEACE ttt Regular: meetfer ut the chapter) rtpreaenlallvea; hare been chosen I I lIOn, Frank.DuMoadvelahtb grade;! .I.*..assured even though oil should ;'tfouih4 ,
Uooro.Twtaday Get 42,. with.eaa! Ora .Bun*,. :verattJ4yelMtb\ ''.''''''mllPelat..gnaa :..!
tor :i6'student 1 odlM 'at Horn :I Iolit
J hundred per cent attendance eftneiftbmi ; > grade Carolina Bruce under the S,00t guars mUe .u*
; Cattney.
1 The "Peace Cam -A :, i
was :: stead and ktidland"high: acnooltKomettwd Wagner, Allan Pope tenth grade UMnteed by congreM for park Ia.
, :'subject ot a'talk anode Tuesday Xfrtioir it ertfeert-wa,. MA r officers, fire: Tern Dorothy Godwin Tbelroa ; rtusloa Ernest T CBS.dtreeter ot "
; ,,evening aC'J'" SedJarid,:District' and' Uie-fdHowtec' M fr |e Ud: :Hodges,'president:, ,temmy Harrb.vlce . Louie Baby ,Jack 'Gentler SkaK 'the park a-tattOll.1f Mdnday ''fl'v- i:
,. Ueni Club :ty the Rev. F a I'j prudent J4e)*ryn Oavtar .tcCaflo *- areitdent_ ; and--Yare Itheney eleventh grade; Peggy, Jeaa.O'fcVya In e press statement to allay loan OJ'
,\ :Weir oastoobf the Coconut' Grave. ptesldraf; Larr"Srrssr.secrtt.vy: 'eeirtary. RelUndf8c i rs- fresVebeter Suaaa, Pope, JUte Gau that the 4ndinn:wouWVre* is ;
_' .Ptrfruwtk;Church. A s i .1 'treaiWrer : Mrmiamaprerident ventU14ljrnnent '' \
*' Caby> afYw t ;' tier.. Rkbard .rhoUiere. WebsterWUUjTXV it Ike-park. .
, ,. ;Mr..Weir pointed cut.tala' peace'DUMorxt::reportMltlMl. .' Cliuddr Wert.1 mwlcM .$kaflL t1-tce-preaiderrt; .twebfttt-grade. ,", Ttar'-eOI'.And. -SunnlUod ,wfflspor I
,punning,;ouin<*.Vc:!. .iII
'i;rt& ***-*"" = 0104 #reWpoW art obiaf ""Ibl1'tl *-'4:.ud' rne'wp jaC lre.sum. Iio'tli Who".Pis .. fie to wbdh4g"exirta -a
eurren ee dl and events-are crd1RutiK4' "RiI ih"MeCttlhaigh! ;,!td yJfasbestiss. gtateent,teUnrit ie,.I Asks oiza "k U'commeseiahquantttlea ia ':'ij i
M+hplat,Via ja-.th4ttlvte ...., ldtbehtGriitei 1ldgLt'MssIslinhnll 1.1| e 4&t. Uvet .are>: filifir, Kutcbm- Methodist floats South' norUUJ,..MC e-T Js *Ulrthn !d
'.'13e; tow hod oat the parwAutsU'afld S "..... ntB- CUMO'Q ,- :J ,
t ffutheli ltegis2dr;4ai 1'Stet4erf aay grade >o setreu .ut. .I"eIt. 1M:.I.t. 1Iw
$ QUna rourt.play-In te opwatlon lfillW thbetipll4''htit6r) 21 st4, J ej.: 'oui *WUlumn, fUMh gye&x.G . .rile\ .Rah!. QA ..PaLeo.rlf.eter >ent-l .averzudea''f4.tiapdVert It

' -; ,IbrtUan'te'Ystme- .with ., "eherLe.-arhdnfr.et. latttM .peace;;,tb1.IS6 ko a; adaj::t'Wrno3 .n and'!;: rte. .HrtW Muid ds, .Barnes'Tunver..,Browvl'nteUigtad Billy,I I Ckureh Trf>ef r,.Uameirteadilnch the First "Methodist baebeenacs I|,: I 42-I ewettyalhy.asur.doe '.... ,'\ I II
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.ih'd dtacilwd'ehd peeee plpae put, "'.W."I &kiI t4i: i f!." ear) ,Jaronr,Ssn;Ir. 4apoel a ;; .ioo.bvtha forth'playa . '
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oralae4.byrWUar t.lpp>h .aridVMtwi ij : jnd l'OUeci; tct.JiM ; ,.tart h.gsadey . .\ : l ttWho" ,
: a :lkrii1f04.'h4t6.styr tm. .ui : f tpe .Ind", Jiw'M; ;; ) e id .'"lQ'eot '.$de ryJehrretita. ,poctaot ja.lttUata..l' 'uIr..Pateharha.prui . lYilktsMiltt tRe6ngta ?_hIe'1a1k1 w1lh!tt* *tateineiit-'that ftrijj In tK* 'war effort.' Money "" .+or .grate;: usly"bea '*wtadtd.:'Ink .
.' the- Vy--b ..ts*.trx*- n-en :Dente'-Iwwe id-wtda'icceptg a.OfVi. .t ;' I" .Ae tt'.ftat.f('Iot (Hheoey. 'Teramy ;.UarrU,, TomItodgesfiwelfth ''sad, MVho'ivWao.M.-the' We t raHemtspberer tbeJII"tu\IIoId1ft1 Zax'e.turaa.... .r.!>M
.. fatherhood,God and, '(he natfoiuU:dueX,Tiftd anjr, 'grotoRedlaadj 1 July; i-Scpt. 3. durlar tttef :na..tM N1
'-brotherhood trf.nian. .. . 'Pr-d4 _. :- representatives He Uatnoa member ol the fleei4a -. eir '.
,tiU'. Into our,trea*J,,.', -are..XathariDf ;1 October He *ub) et to yeaM
.: Much merrtmeat was*evoked fcy dentD.Vli appolntadTplta.W Weber,",OUs1 eo..ma"'l I ,...lItort al, 8clct1t71 tier,a f. |r. for laUui WMe1retjums -** .' ..
wUU ..1..m..Ift."hldl.E. WI1lt'fh01'llp.oJli'ICdI'll n Urel'j'J en time and |*.ferfaHur- ,
.,tt.Gallaher CuWa aercWalMr.Tal liall.ad Ja see'Stewart'ar, exbturtnd,- aide new supplyflew Is J Missionary from Cuba. to" py the tac '411I time,' It was Mi 'rnou
'>. | o'4 pd,.ChaJ'l lea%Co*,pMtlct*' cake conunlttee to have chart-of. ready. for, dUtrUHrUon. ;I Speaks at Local Church red thisweek. fcy'Joha 4C .t
ated. our Collection e.I'nIIIlpand: wUj t The new Jacket provides two i : rah, collector of Internal revenue
the' salvage for ya. If anybody!pockets Instead of one. It will accommodate :I Mix K..Faith, Stewart,..directorot far the district .f Florida ti;
'Perrine Negro'Drirtir has aorrte'acrip he win give us. be conveniently not only ,the Church Jttt Cod mission \

'Of Keys. Death Truck may'tell Any of our, member.and basic and, supplementary ration work .la Cuba preached Sunday CANCELS MEETING '1
we will try to come get it coupons: but also. tire Inspection!I evening at the Homestead Church
J. R Phelps ot Okeechobee, record and other Incidental pap of God, i There will be no meeting tonight ,J
dragline operator1 In the.,employ I Reorganized M E.'Choir, ers. Theri Is also a space fora Mica Stewart for years a missionary of the' Princeton 'Cajult/ 1
of the state road department. WM To record of gasoline purchases i_I to India. la on a brief; ties j
.killed Saturday when ,a Cleary I' Sing Sunday EveningSpecial date, quantity and speedometer i furlough from her work and has i iI '-I
Bra*. truck driven by Richard I musk la planned for the,!reading I I been visiting In Miami. Mrs. Eugene Fontaine' eaptaia.

Cooper' Z3yearoldrrla.. negro, services ,of the Fr-t, MethodlttlChurch
.. 'Vowed' through a' crew 'ot state Of Homestead Sunday,
''road Workers 'and crashed Into When the newly reorganized choir j 18en ';
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timekeeper's shack 4111 SugarLoaf wilt make Its drat appearance, It I
Key Cooper, who to held was announced'by the pastor, the' j
in Key WM not a Cleary Rev O SeWell Palmer, i
Broa employee and had no right : Irving Lyon has been appointed) 9 9I
'to drive the trucje, official\ of the dlrectori Wr, William Musel l :k h
'company'' bald white, iImnt'cUrector: B. M.,
9A
Phelps suffered a broken nee i k Hlndm A,; morning !prgarilat; Mrs.I .
'and fractures of bohi arm:and ,"O. Sewell Palmer: evening,an. f
l 11t>e t;,,, reps"lIE T'oel:;? !** Coconut -,lat: andjtfr*: J D. Redd, Mr*. W f
Croye tilll"'liHINII'.JOf' .|he state'IBHU and )(re. S. I:. Done, as. .
[road department received: slight Islstaot organists 'Officers, are H.L ,
",Injurieswhen Uie track app < Brown prwldtnj.; )f11'->Anton-
,jl ly got oul'ct control and ette Moye, .seiretariftrieasurer: '
Into his I office '.t it'speed rent.-j and Virgil Lyon, BWaaA. j.

,mile an hour. The group met for practice"and .
organization this week-when those( 0
HOMESTEAD present were: Mr. and Mrs. Palm '
er, Mrs, MusMlwhKe Mrs Fred!i
GIRL SCOUT NEYSJeanr Sgbrr Mrs. Clark, Miss Antoinette -,
Mo). and Harold, Irving j.
Don and VlrgH tyon. !
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Lea,Davis, Reporter
The Scouts had Oct.
i meeting
,25V.. studyed the.flower called Free Coupon' Jackets
4antano, The'flower patrol b offered by Dealers
: having .a contest, to see who can '
'1 And the most tea-weed. Mrs Skill If youTfould like wallet, ort .
eras not' there. Barbara Horne "jacket" In which to keep you(
: i-wa in charge There It not "o- gasoline ration coupons, you can ,
secure one free from your toear-,
Ing to be a meeting next week
est Stgndard'Ott'dealer,
IWe are going to hare a Halloween' :
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'party These ,.Jackethave proved aol
., \ Tueada7UNDERWbOD' _4t popular among motorists In preserving -
; theJt'Valuabl.- but ,flimsy}
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,r gas coupon sheets that the first /
' run ot a million jackets was soon
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:to the state supreme court on the '
f' .grounds'that the 1943 Jury torn 1 f fIn E!...Tw ." Our armed taros are smaslt 'every'dollar Tea can scrape op lot. the, .'1

)itnlaslon" act, which provided that fr lag the enemy back la the new egcreeworld's tales ....'!-. -Wat lends.Bay .
i commission other than the .
a ,county
r INVASIbNK at least one extra $too war Iea4tveryoeie
: Iin was .t
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, commissioners select the name .. .
(roC Citizen for Jury. duty, .is, un- *f. Thor, are your sons hubaad brothers J

: constitutional Underwood and Ben Jenkins, a'I f 1 1I rweetheart father telattves and lri..... .

:bystander received slight wounds: ,They ask may eao dUa-aH'.10" Lack > who possibly can saaatinvest

,. .in the rifle-shotgun duel atM I 5tr25r' o than .p All THE, WAT. : at lout $100.; fen., .! i1
Smoky'* barbecue stand at Goulds t
/"which resulted.In. the death of '1 M'' 'With' Vleurr c..Ufptear "yen need Uvest tkeasastda. '

is.. 1.. Underwood bound over'bytf I n 9Cncy_ ,, ,you most set fail em.' j 'Take ll eml el lassoes, lake i }
:a coroners jury on Apr. SI ,and I I
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eA' oommltWd to the Dad County boys our soldier past MnarUe. &I... el Idle end Somme J "

,..t. had been, free,under ,;..o urrs, GJtCAnsTPROBLEM Tem're Ml asked to ,Salad......Start"ictalckUf ,'1,
since early In May, ol >
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"Sat-OAT gra.t'neyId
ply. te ,pal
.. the advent of death-; dods ,the .. .
tj"ADEqU; : tABOR'vast majority of those" who, are 1t I
bereaved '-unablea', :assume the
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*r* scheduled to return to FlorMa sary. funeral 'detail*. Inexperience -
.t : this season, and workers' are r, and sorrow make, ,most Ulf fi
"'"'aWtng ,In at a more rapid rate people Incapable Hof attending to \
i" than ,at this time last, ;year: bead. I the arrangements that must be '
fur 409 load Our service: will be found l
Accomodatlon
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This advertiMment la te America's .11 _
a war ffert by
;.:.fNkthii;will be available .t, theend Invaluable la.: the-:sires* ot such r""HU" ,.
mcJMt* camp W>* t0l- :'an emergency, : 'i.
THE TEXAS COMPANY' F. D "Doe"
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construction en J:. Howry at. ) MOCK
reports of Washington. officials THrBer I W. E. aheney, Agent Ilemestead, Fla.. >
'd the Lakeland conference rati. j .
.. ued a national pool of donte- Funeral Moms GRINOLD,SERVICE STATION.

ti farm labor upon which Florgrowvrs .(Fenaerly Peel. Fillies SUuea)
'may draw this seeMr. M.1'... ,Aa. elsaf* Bsnln*

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\ '"I'II\''''''''''"''' '"""'''"'' became available for agriculture,and liquid-cooled Internal
4 HOMESTEAD LEADER 'CURRENT .rH: f""I\I : fertilizer last April when government busUon engine of ZO-hortepow"
tf' I capacity to produce It began and under will be controlled'by
t AND COMMENT\ HOMEFRONT. AR to exceed the amount needed County Farm Rationing Comm ltees.
I ,...... Ie tea for military explosives. !Preference rating coral>|
Br AGJTEW WELSH 'ie.Na.I -..- raw .em.i.amnuu ;* Bates will be Issued to farmer oj-j
i 1 r P.NMW '=-J'I-= Pt, nti nnn'''''''I''II'"III''IU' :lU I of farm
operators machinery
r .. forl
M w .u '- .. To farmers to ure
Neat tare. | encourage
M'' t ..=;: N AN "C..a.= .w .1rM" Children who wear out or outgrow I and store as much possible .f hire based on the need for th*a
] bar lie as as_ w an engine In MwnUnl production
sew ARCHER wok 101I.-. 41mmesaft _ their shoe at a particularly this year's expected crop of 81'
;
y' ; tasd..t aid kdabrr as Asaw Mahe. as II. L :fast rate and adults with extra i million bushels of sweetpoUtoes, crops, livestock and livestock]
sate wt+.s. maid. rr. I product, poultry and eggs,
MARJ'/RIS L'UCK uClllaa ,shoe requirement need not suffer I farmers will be assured mini
( ,.... bee*. When the farmer !
w.wae receive
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McLe- hardship because of the longer
In Henry
. discussing dogs i f mum of '1.50 per bushel for U.
MART fi..tac LL ICIDIIOIf of shoe ration period announced recently 8.1 tUrn a preference rating certlceU,
, more speaks In praise a mongrel No. 1 or better grade cured .
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1i. aeAa1aveacatrrtoN I he can take It to bit local dealer
11. child .
dog he knows .1 being by: OPA. or potatoes properly peeked la bushel I I
, aAty I.smart, Independent, resourceful, 'udutt needs shoes; and the familyQuota I crates, basket or hampers I! and buy the cngUie "
. bl7.d.tb..yta.L,..Mast..fls courageous and I dog of great Integrity of regular ration stamps and offered during January, and . .. f
; + OwWoIot' 01 Dto C.;Mrtri"t. M, Sue|! ," Great Scott man, lot' has been pent, he may get a tl.19 per bushel beginning February I fl Soldier oversea may ordet"Chrltmal
: .. M. 1141 I 14 ....... , : of us poor mortals can not measure simple. application form tot I I, 1M4 Price of.U. & present for their faml'5|
: up to that. special shoe stamp from .his local fweetpotatoes containing not less lies and friend at home. A csta.;,
r a..ws so ..s.4 .dw mum .uM 'rationing board. than percent No. 1 quality will of Christmas
i rir a u lets. at w s.r ": I'log gilt suggestions
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; Nit la7fM a+.. .... w : : : The..... barman e| one of I e be cents per bushel less than I :
.i I the big petroleum companies has Plan Increase the above price farmer ne:1: ,. ,'
discovered that synthetic camphor \III'I ing Information units with instruction: on hew .
: ; A Ghost Story 1 can be distilled from Southern nitrate for use ss an agriculture handling ot sweetpoUtoes are requested gifts may be ordered. The catalog '
I pine stumps and thu we fertilizer. The material ha* been to get la,touch with their lifts several hundred gift for|
: By Annie Msyhew FltavtrUk i iit are driving another nail In the'I so Improved to prevent caking state or county agricultural. War men women, and children-an of J
i The 1'00I1wu Very dark when 1tuned coffin of Japanese Industry as I that orders received! for.September Boards. them Items for which soldiers |
:' 1 011 the light that land was our principal source' and October exceed the sup have shown *.marked Interest In I
i { And I lay there a dreaming and of supply: for camphor I pI,.. Additional sodium nitrate ;'tMitrikution of about 37,000 air previous selections: of gist*. '
r. that night I
and wishing I --- ;' "
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: ( I Have Just another chance at Old Cootlejack remark that ,' ", '
vanished yesterday, he'd hate to say his wife was: ,
. i There were font things I might bossy but he would admit she was ,
undo-some words I might' highly directional .
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1 and half asleep with the terrain a' they
.', A most peculiar feeling o'er m* are with people. The early: trek.I
seemed to ereep en passed up Nevada as merely al r
: i Then suddenly my Oliver seemed I worthless pile of rock: they I I 1Qi
\ all alight didn't figure "thar's gold In them I
,i :\ As from a bulb turned on beneath there hills," and silver, copper
'. its over, bright. I'lead, tine Today Nevada h.11the
'. Then shadowy hands went back i largest per capital wealth of
: \' and forth across the key any state in the union-I1.S51 for 1
; : Put there wu not a sound except each man woman and child.1 w
; the knocking of my knee Little old New Jersey came next:
: i At Ant the hand were flow, then with 11.304. Connecticut was third
. test and furious. snd New York, fourth: i "
; My lean abated and t was only o

: curious The new federal dehydratingplant
'To lee what sort of blllet-dou'' soon to go Into operation at
1 a ghost might writeS I'I Zellwood expects to handle from
j To mortal, roch M me, upon I, Seminole Orange and Lake counties
: I stormy night I the following 10 million a
. r More clouds tolled up and blotted pounds of cabbage; four each of
: out moon. sweet potatoes, turnips and mustard
.A I t strainedON my eyes in the obscurity . green; celery in undetermined
, t : and sons quantities; also .200 sorts
: f !' Distorted two wisp of vine move of tomatoes and 100 each of pars

$ t In the fretful breete. ley, spinach, jeeka and peppers..'';'
:! But when. the cloud were gone,

:" i the. moon had passed the trees.I The IT S. sugar Corporation ha
, '. An but what
I aggravating thing r
tor a number of years been turn fll
: i plagued me the meat I I'i lei out fat cattle from its Clewls
Was that I never taw that setter! loa forms and expects to feed'

; : from the ghost I g.000. head this winter and thus Jai
produce a million and a half ::
Our Service Flag pounds of prime beet Byproducts ( .
. I of the tine fields and sugar mill,
Who first thought of the blue- are used. r
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I tarred (or gold-starred), red- statistics
: i .t bordered rectangle ot cloth that A labor Item predicts' .. .
. tells its proud .\orrln million of that there will be 12 million unemployed III
. : American windows today at the clone of the war
,.I The answer is to be found In It may not be as bad a* that but
p t the current issue of the Rotarian certainly: will present h problem,
r magazine which reveals that the and getting women out :of labor k
'. \ service Bag was originated back ranks win be a feature' of It,"' I 'SU" OF THINGS TO. COME !
t In KIT by R. L. Quelsser, then a .',, *SHow : ;
,, captain In the fifth Regiment, big-* our' navyT Official ,
::1 Ohio Infantry. A Cleveland resident sources say U comprises, S.M6
:J be designed the emblem far 500 men. "> Towering high over the rich la the flungiugs.r plantation

'4' UM by: families having members green acre of the Everglade are ,of the United State Sugar Corpora.,
: In the armed forces. :
An official spokesman said the these four smokestacks marked with tion and the great house
Captain Queisser's idea caught raw-sugar
:, war Is costing us ten million ,dollar -I'
4 the popular fancy at once finding M Hour. r \. i' the. letter "U. S. S. C." lariat in the United States over

official sanction as, the city ofCleveland '--" '. This prophetic landmark,visible which these smokestacks tower, you '

,I declared and many, ta other favor municipalities of its CLINIC for many \ikf across the vast plain have-a .pc-IM only A geunpse a

I t, of th* Glades, symbolize the shapeof -or the incredible agro- ndcwtrial
; use, while the state of Ohio short (Continued From Page One > ,
1 ly followed suit A onetimemember and Home tead officials will attend things to com*-sgro-industry. promise of nature'* most incredible

' Ot Cleveland's Rotary and will make an Inspectionof I enftoyoacnt wealth living comfortfor ,Prdc .epot. I '.
.j club, the originator of the service facilities. thousand la a new apo.oindiM-( It i. wholly possible that th

l flag died several. years age' '" operated The venereal under the clink direction will be of trial empire ia the heart of the Ever dee may son day be oo of

the Dad County Health Unit (or world'most fertile agricultural area., America..ta... idustrutandatiiAtltuiat
Rust on the Blade the benefit of persons unable to I Nowhere else on earth k the soil centers, producing fistialied

pay I'private physician. Ail employer ha other product Set market from ;.'
ts Isn't, work ,that ,kttla men; 10 productive nor any nw BUVregion
at either commercial
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It's worry. Work U healthy; you domestic help are asked to Insist .u ttuHsorrfy resisted serials, grown on ErorgkdV.a ;

could hardly put more upon A that their employees be ex teanl *.its. t. make the oil Plarila_ can look hp- 11

man Worry than is he bur could uPOn'bear.the blade. and report for treatment" .had yield in risHes. ally to theBvergfodea for a, : !

It Isn't the revolution that destroys It be found necessary. Within recent years sew era of, productivity. .;" .

also machinery,, but the I II however.., engineering skill Ii and prosperity. ': .

frictioar-lfswry Ward Beecfter.At NAVY NY and sunlirai. ** uu have Tim .)*+. of tU|. to J

I (Continued Prom' Name One) ,. .w". Usmsd tax wild wealth e( ,sow tunii tUtar tfliflntf ?+
.
t stood Intent H one fli ttte stand for the tt V aJ eaji -.. do Bl t .. 0" .., ....
war exhibits of machine gun airplanes stead school who> srsflsjrvtng with . -
bombs and:other death navel forces. t\: I. .. ,
dealing machine, buying a bond.I Chief YeoMan Jewett el Mi \' "
wondered bow many realized ami Introduced by, Dr. Oeo. B.RueMe : UNITED STATES &VSAM C. RP.MATI.IV ';I A'N
that more people are. .kilted en the' 'post COMIMII tI'., nss4e CLKWWIt3Tsitf. FLORIDA '. ;- .;.
hone front to acetden than have the Navy Day Address m",whtah ,
been killed an the laMifcetjl to he told aasnithlx ef Ma experience
foreign teds.* stated" Asher la Nor tli AMaan .iai.si.kfusrte ..
Freak director' of the FtarUe we fMciMieel ew aw lore
f3ataty Oct oil.' Pt S. t Mal, ss rd.r .
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me sick all over when I think how he'd be here todaj;

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help end the war that week or month sooner f Sure,

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OTU ORCHESTRA I BANCK SLATES KNOWLES- CRUMBLEY MARRIAGE,RiTES- :, '

I t FOR, ONE DANCE .A 1 : : .u.vaWOMUl, btaefc late w4 ARE.PERFORMED1 1N''OI:: i3FRD tE. ..

I will be.used with 1 '
The OTU 'orchestra ha testis ect :at'tbe Haw-.>, tTheodeee. Knowlea+ el. Horoe-t a F-y' stapjoTa'.4fthE pout tngt* .

engaged ''br uso Director: W.. ett .a I t' lie given tomorrow* stead land., \ la* Martha.jCrumbl Seaming, dcp f rlmebts".ltutaeateedc.";:1:
: Iubbouse by .the, of.,Ulami and AUantfewerc-wiiUd "1'Iet;. " ; '''' .,.
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Ward to one a week*t 1.
I play of lIasaadeeAw "-.r1a0II>ll'lfureday 9vaning. ..;.u .. i\""' '< :
u.m dancet an< wUJ mart. : :Walker-& -chairman.',Oct W by Judge..Boydf pne'S.1ii.flrat'...' '.

,jU. heat ,aplvearanoe.at the'dsbclr Mies.nALLaweEY and..Mrs. .Barrier If ort tawdenUlet. Itt, . ;".. '. .,; .eL'.I,.. ..,:'I' "."
feponeon*.brt John':Episcopal J 'Vlzstola.Walton.. the bride wore a.blue 4n o|Wit'iotu. ".' . "._ ',' j .... ,oil ,..
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:'Church on:ThV 4aj evening. I /,)* being handledetBM ;' nwJ\n** e* ti byre1IC: : 'V .\II" .; ,
<. th* wtra.It very papuiai .. i 1 '
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I jey+men oHM--daDCeI. .Mr."W: rd .-eoIIt-.rl., will A The'bride- dauginir'rot< Mr:' ;'. .......1 i'W
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*. flans 'en*Mr*. U CCnimDlej'efAtlthe ':
The Jvomin'*"CJiIb' bl Homeeteed.wUl / ",be- .epadw' by' +lantazfetetved; ::1I.. .edue.tlatki. ts. atlliiiPi: ." 'iw'1id'tfl'.Jis i'J.;
provide hostesses and \ %- ; 1H :Atlanta aehoola. Nov.T .lO.t&I.: : ...:*ry.,'(Jib;, J\l.Ji.o.l"t;",\
refreshment feW tha-dance Toes. Thr.tnidewsoorn'sod ef; .Mra.: < : day .v nlnt NOV. X. The tisus
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dance'will br,held on turda1. .! '' : randon ot'the late C T.Fuchs' fO::'C'r .." ... ;
ON'.AR'T OS HAWAIttNS AND.SEMJNOLES1; ... .
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tat sr. attended Homestead schools "oJ. -
The dance nJghfwa* apon-
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bond by- the Homestead Pre byterian : "" <
'Church: irprOlftfl'ot..unusual Interest needed fuUdi for Ih..lkrn1flo1'( j W .M: &.. HOLD? 'MEETING fttet.,. ,. F'.valld.tdroush Qat.,3O.. .
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A fortune teller, a chamber 01 was" enjoyed by, the HomesteadArt A. Semlnole' favor wa" *' given, WITIt MIS. HAgTJtG Ow. good.' Expire*..Da ,..'M: yin
horror. black: cat and Ilghttd Club.at Its opening.meeting .each .gueet ""It* .hottetMv.MrJ} The- Womta's Missionary; Sod., (pod: Qct."t\ and.remstneUGAR'stanp'ligood .
pumpkin provided a Halloween Monday afternoon .... the home C. H. Sc: aff..n4 Mr" .HaUIIIIIQ,e lety of' the Homestead Church of good thjcwghjQte.l 4>
atmosphere| at,the Tuesday night of the president Mr,' frank served gingerbread topped With God' met Monday afternoon withMr S for art
ottume dance when more thin Iiauamas whipped cream. 'Mrf Weber *.'R. E, Halting*,'ln' the'burch "pound* through November 1. Hoe .
Mr*. Frederick .Weber, In a poured coffee and Mra. Tanner,
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900 mel'l'J'lllakbobbeci apples panonage. The devotional -v*. IS and 1.Valid through-Oct.' It
trove In contests, and competedfor block-printed Hawaiian frock' tea,, :conducted by Mia X. Faith Stew- fee five pounds, each for cnnlag.Houaewivet .
the prlie: .tor the moat dilUncUve spoke on native Hawaiian art and Mrs. Ralph Klngmtn invited art missionary from Cuba. my apply to their
costumes showed the club a few art and the group to meet at Tier home After the butlnesy meeting:, the local boards for additional ration -
Cpl, Gubtlee of the quartermaster crafts treuur she had managed on )Jov, 22. group worked on a quilt which! If necessary: Stamp 29 In Book
department was winner to bring when she and her young will be sold. Other present were i Four become: goal Nov. 1'',and
[and Pvt Dummer of the Second children were among those evacuated MRS. ROBERTS SCORES i tIN Mr, Henry Kufellt 'Mr*. J. H. will be good for S pound through
p.T.O tunner-up In the pie-eat-, after the attack on Pearl MISCELLANEOUS, QUIZ Dodson. Mrs C E. Revell, Mrs. Jan 13.FUEL. ,.
|lng contest, Pvt. Dummer was victorious Harbor. She also showed watercolor Mn :."H. Robert rnade' high C. F. Waldron 'and Mr, B., FKing. I '
also' In the peanut-pushing sketches: the had made in score In a miscellaneous quiz at .. Oil: Period 1, coupons.. "
{contest outdistancing Pfc James Pearl Harbor: the meeting of the Gleaner Class The group will meet again on valid through Jan. S,
Brown of the guard squadron. After two solo by Jtr*. Wm. T. of,the First Baptist Church of' Monday,' Nov. I.KARANJA I GASOLINE: A-coCpon 6 good
Costume prize were awarded Tanner, Deaconess Harriet M. Homestead on, Thursday of last |for three gallons through Nov. 21.
Mia* Glare De Maria, Mill Susan Bedell who has charge of Glade week at the home of Mrs Dexter' CHAPTER O. E. S.
tape and Cpl Pay Basswood of Cross Mission in Everglade told Home Co-hostesses were Mrs. PLANS EFFICIENCY: TEST | STOVES: Consumer purchases
Ithe 107 lit guard squadron Mlu of Seminole Indian art and eX* Bryant Beam an4 Mr. Lyman; An efficiency test will be con- lot rationed stove must be at madeIwlth. local
a certificate obtained
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(Charlotte Ceronlmo outdistanced hlblted statues boat, alligator William ducted at I p.. m. Thursday, Nov. board. '
Bgt Mlckaelwlci of the Mth and turtles made by Semlnole Mn,, 9 I* West gave. a review r 4 at ,the Naranja Chapter of the war prt<* and rationing, !
'v* an'lOI1lqu.dron In the "marsh- men and boy. a* well ai skirts. of *The Christ of the Mount" byE a E. Slob Mrt. MUlol\Jieeb of SHOES: Stamp' .1L tier ,fugar
+ mallow on a" tring" contest and cape, bags bead and other craft ... Stanle1..Tonei.rtet ,a' brief j 1 Miami ., I "vMk}. valid for Indefinite period.
won' the marahwallow. ;' arUclll'mad.." by,the Women".nd business meeting, ginger bread I. Member ot the A4 ,Atra Chapter Stamp ton airplane sheet I In WarRation .
Set A1'd1llftoele.., talented artist girl' with whipped cream coffee and of Homestead have been}n., .Book : becomes good
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r at Home iead Field, sketched Deaconess: Bedell told many Interesting hard candle were served the vited to attend. for one pair ,
more than, a score of caricatures' thing about her work guests- .Decoration 'carried out
of the tunieekeri and Sgt Edward among these native' American the Halloween motif .
Roeenzwetg told fortunes.pfe and explained that the mission' Other present were: Mrs. DaviS
ERays Rotella was matter I development of the Semlnole' native Matthews, Mrs A. L. Lanier, Mr*. /- ;- .
of ceremonies and Cpl John William arts and craft through the L K. Bishop, Jr. Mrs. Don Ta-)
of the quartermaster department purchase of hit product not only l bot Mn A. A. Bussey, Mn. J. All the VITAMINS to all the family
WIll decorations chair form a valuable contact for the Lee $mlth, Mr*. A. J.: Paul. Mr.

man dressing and aa lent a a ghost reallatlc and touch extend-by mission but also provide much-,ford.W. B. Caves and Mr*.,!.. B, Crant- at J just a FEW PENNIES a DAYPLENAMINS

Jnjt visitor clammy hand. Other FEEl ANNOUNCED FOE USE ,
t enlisted men prepared the chain OF CANNING EQUIPMENT The Calendar i
Jber of horrors with the cooperation : Parents of Future Farmers and
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of 'Mr*. A. C. Taut VSO member of the Homestead Home 'n
program aide.and Mist Geronimo. Demonstration. Club will be -permitted ,Oct. 2&-USO tea for wives of
Fresh limeade hot coffee and the use of equipment-in enlisted men.
aled doughnuts were served, the home demonstration kitchen Oct 21-O"m. night at USa
for a fee cf 10 cents: It was announced Oct. 30-treo dance;
furnishad this week. Other persons Oct. II-USO open, house
Among the more than ]00 senior will be charged 2$ cent, and Nov, Meeting of South Dade
and junior hostesses attending the: feet will be used for the maintenance Garden Club. ,
the dance were: Mrs. E. A. of the equipment, Nov BP.WC acting with
Buchanan chairman. Mr*. J. R. At the meeting ot the demonstration Mrs. Mae Morris
Brooks, Mrs. Philip Ryan, Mrs club Friday, Mia Eunice Nov. J-Luncheon meeting of 1 W, Md 1 Black Capsule Sqvhr Vitamins .
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Burley Dandy, )I... E. E. Vlhlen Grady, talked on the importanceof : Legion Auxiliary "
v A I. C D t C and B LIVER IROSI $h 79
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Mra Oeo. W. Turner, Mrs, Carl home garden, and Mn T. L. Nov. a-AU-day study 'msctlng. .
; Robinson, Mrs Selma Kelts. Mrs. McGarrah wa named 'war work of Homestead W.S.C.s. ,, Calclnm ,Piatotkeiiatt and IIlacl allll" :
t Harland Merriam, Mrs RuthBeott chairman. e Nov I-USO dance sponsoredby -. You cs> neretbe sun yoi ere (tiling enough; '
Mrs. fred Ruber, Mr*. Woman' Club of Homestead. esteauat vitamins unless you ipplemeai ,o..t 144 CAPSULES
tJeorge Fitzpatrick, Mrs H A.Itman LOCAL: CASUALTY GROUP Nov, 4-USO dane sponsored by diet with known quantities of vkamlaa.so,-uard
St. John' Episcopal Church; against vitamin i deiciencyf Stan the wise Plena-. 72'. 1.9
Lawrence CHANGES
Mr Pope.Mrs. MWTLNO DAR
MUM habit la
family today. ,
K. P. Marshall Miss Marjorle The Homestead Casualty station Nov. fl-USO danc sponsoredby your 4 "" ." .

t, jBackett and Mist AUIe Ferguson.! will meet only on the second: and Redland Neighborhood Club..
Open house was cancelled Sun the fourth Wednesday of'each Nov. 7-USO open house.
flay afternoon en account,of the 1 month Instead of weekly: it was Nov I-Meeting> of 'Monday
heavy rains.: Member of the announced: at the meeting this Music Club wl\1) )(.... Ax., .
(Tint Baptist Church of Homestead i week * Logan. Mi31"-ANLTV1T-ffMPWT1e I
swill entertain\ enlisted men at the! Hr? Augustus 'Wynn co-cap-: Nov. -USO dance.
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'VSO this coming Sunday andretreehmenti lain, presided la the beence: otMr Nov. II-Meettafi of PresbyterIan "
will be provided byJhe *. Frank: Skill and made an appeal Auxiliarywith. N,.. J. if.Holferty. .. J' .!'
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Baptist' Sunday school .1 tor vohmle-r to to clerical dues. nrntatieaa'e .
Nov. 13-Meetinng of"University : e Gargle fee wiser <'
.Aastettng at last' Saturdayisight'a work at the' new Dade County, t'R'tcrnthrs
red fat iwet tarot
t Club at home of Mr,. Ruth Fuse s ?
dance were:, W.., ,D. i. Q.nlc on W. Mowry tt. ,Scott U" 6001,
Roman. 'Mr.*. J:. t Vlhlen. Mr. The use and the tare of sterile ".. tearuI roc dyedstr. ..,.fief f ,
k A*.X.,. Paul and ,Mr, Fred Suber.froeb n-trvmenti woe demonstrated by - p - l' "
limeade. and cookie. were Dr. Carl,T. Robinson. ,ISIS OalRetedr-

P ,ie d.Time.Ala*l''Society 61 the Sacred, The,Lecilon-or'Auxitiawy V ,ROLLER SKATE ,'29'i1

k-li' Church Wa the hostess 0. Salley Post win, held tt* IK COMFORT I ,
gr'oup'at the dance on Thursday lar luncheon Meeting at; It 'J.I Mt000C3
evening .t Jest week when ,Miss Tueeey, Now 1, In Legion Ieteles.'l.ae NJisP s1 11.5e1ur.lw

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ANNIE MAYHEW FITZPATRICK- VenetianSkatingRink

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, tl :t nuimtn: : ill nfl:ut::n:s,1 UQ Saturday night atilt a trip iron;' Frank Irwin of HonMfteadLoren : sal '

" I San Jose CaU to visit her son, << Robert motored to 'CIIpt

S. F. Matthews, and Mi family ... Sable Monday . CLASSIFIED ADS

t20. Years Agotofcrnhw Attar visWng her s while.the 1 "The Princeton Woman' Club 1' ,

wja'i> to..r.twterJa1'.lIer,,h d'a vverytlnteresting t tt Insertion 104 toe
1CtRlrlt'st -a subsequent'FOTTTTENT Llaerlioeds
other ton. 1 & Matthew*, and till atterhocil In1he' home !
Tae t.u.wh.t tree 01.; ':r- faM "y* ''of'lira. A V. McVteker.Mia ': .".."
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p; h..e.d .: the flat "W.' ft. Crow accompanied by Bessie and Miss Cull I '
1M _...... a.w.. ...... L.. Cecil Hooky left Homeatead'fai hit Campbell of RMUM entertained ,' 'Books One 'Two and Thret. oo : 1
. .... :1, 1., I- ad .anal Ow. n. tat, M their Cape Sable Road.
horn -Wednesday
: wok the ..awed awlnfcM, .M.At automobile Sunday morning tor even It PeM return
Nr4 Nut IV lilt. ing. 'I'hote--ol Eleanor : to Glenn p ,I!
a visit with his mother Mrs M. were: ROOMS and apartments Reasonable Simmons a

: Kmmi"Arrangements: !! unrn! A. Stroh. and other retiathreat In Bauer, Aim Schumaker.j, mess hot '*tar and ahow. Bus! W<. Homestead,_ (on) ', I
0 Leonard Cart Schu-
Umatffla . Thompson eyes calms Hotel. Florid City .1

for placing a --Mr*. S. M. Kruse arrived . naker, Henry Philip and Mason.I PERSONAL

l. teacher-ot agricultural subjects In Sunday for a Walt with the Ret. Roberts, ,J; .FOR BALE -- '"
, (he Homestead High School I "The newly organized Prlacllla FREE If excess acid .
..J. r have and Mn C. N. Walker. Mr*. It causes yen '
. ;' been made by the DUe county,Kruae, who Is Mn. walks'i Club met at the borne *t .Mrs. i OAK dimly room chairs, buffet .pain ot Stomach Ulcers, Indl.gestion. 1 dry.

.. ti, ty'" .board of public Instruction at mother has her home In De- Sarah fox on Monday. ,_" 141, ,,mall settee, wicker' library Heartburn. Belching .

,. \. the suggestion of Mayor S. E. LivIngston Land . i "Mf. and Mr' Whitehead and' table Phone MS-W. (poD 1 "Bloatlng. Nau* ... On pains ;J!
; 1 the local representativeof ,.rhlldren ot Naranja and Mr And' get free sample IM a.. .| ";

: ii '" of the board . Albert' PvUraon his liter, Mr*. J. S. Caves and family spent i DQVBJJfc BEZX flat springs.fi: Brown' Pharmacy (post)

,: ''M,., A, T. pur4nd Miss NIII Agnes Peterson, his brother last Saturday fishing on the FlorIda quire N.W. 6th St and 2nd .
. .,. ; f' / Alban Peterson, and Miss Canon .
Canal. WANTED
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City reportrood
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Frances Lofton pioneer a.. (poll ,
. ",I residents arrived Wednesday from North ,
lime and g .catch .of 107
" a'.. d.of Miami Homestead, spent and Monday now residents Homestead Dakota to spend the, winter here..fish" ," t;OR SALE: Twin beds complete 1 need troves '"tIor without ':

visiting Mrs W. A. King. "Mr. and Mrs Carl Tumace i i "The teachers ot the Homestead 104 S. W. First at. (11022) homes I prospect welting ;
fI' and Mn. Frank Skill and little sn*Florida City schools were de- I Drop J. "
me a postal or call K,
.oiI ", }'I':1' !l1I Lois Mover<< lo '
returned FOR SALE-Model
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l' daughter Elizabeth motored t\),lijhtfully entertained at the home ton Dorn 2243 Miami at my err(
AA ", v I. Homestead Sunday night haying! Miami Tuesday." of Mayor and Mr*. Sidney E: I Glad Buggy' and Pordaon tII". Reverse charges ey.

ff been'' called from TaUahaaset'because Mii. Trlxla and Ira Nixon Livingston! last Friday evening. ." 1 Tractor. Abe SO gel oil drums. ( to29dSp) 9
,. of her father's serious 111..t. Wolfe Auto Wrecking, p: 0.
and tin. Will Mead dinner -
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guests ot Miss Ollle Robertson. . COL. WILL PAY M $29 for Junk ,I
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; ow' "CbM. T. Fuch, Jfeu laid "Mr. and Mn. J. B. Russell. (o8tf) can also farm machinery. .If


rt' bungalow on N Krome ave . ." in; their winter'home 'In- Syrfe- field personnel and termed the, RARE TROPICAL TRIES, abl ba.I 788, Homestead, Fla, Poona

. "M. t Sever- and two children I ruse, N. Y,, returned to their Homestead spirit "the finest I have J I 'ornamentals, palm Phone Cal J9J-J. .;SI
kins. a ml. Flnrlds
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" 1 w and S. P. Vann and two children home here Thursday . 'seen" at ny place where I have'
'it of LaMonte Fla, arrived at the "Mr. and Mrs. George Kosel been stationed." 'I city (J33tf) EXPERIENCED waitress is scrub ,

home of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Caves and .family have returned from "I win never forget The.Incident I LOST dinner hour. Good pa/, Must

".: Saturday, Mr. Sever Is a brother their trip tauthe north . ,of your coming to our rescue when furnish character reference. Also .1

+7" .of Mrs. Caves . "Sarah Henderson was serious we had no flrelihting ;LOST I mules I red 1 black. smart colored' bus girl Bum .

..', "The friend of Mr. and Mn. .ly 111 Saturday and Sunday with ,h. said,. "If vat I.cilIU".j Call George Barnes, phone boo Tavern (ol-tf) 1

, William Lochrle assembled JMont ptomaine polionlnf . : took up the matter of J4I-J. (028)

'day night at.the Lochrle home .in "Mr. and Mn. Bishop and Mr of your pieces'Of ('j

J, Florida City to celebrate the sixtieth Bishop's daughter, Ethel DtHnon, ,eoulnment with you and your city)LOST-Woman'* red handbag f. R.mN '

marriage anniversary: ot this after spending some time in Joliet ;,officials, and you good people not containing :2 each of Ration I '

"popular couple . Til, are returning to Homestead only would-take no rental, but] CAB SERVICE :
and will occupy the house owned let us have this 'badly-aieeded I LEGAL NOTICES
"Alonsov McEwen has sold th" I rat
by Mrs. Bishop on Palmetto it" piece .ot equipment for a period) I .
house he hIt been living .In mi, "MIs Grefchen T"mr'H Dun ot weeks until mf own equipment -] NOTICC or Aro.>r-ATi Is occupying one of W M. IIrtdJe7" TAX DIED, ,
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I ahem, Fla, c-omranld Mr. and arrived Time after ClM,Ml Mill Art ISIS
houses until his new horns Mr*. R. K. Edwards on their return have -hown more than thelUiual ru A MM I Day Phone ........... 9108 ;1
'j .lit Boulevard, Addition is com- NOTICE I* HKREkV CIvEt "'-tr''twW' .
fiMa vacation spent In perfunctory Interest In help- .
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plated, : !N'vni." bur ui, far beyond: the usual
j' 1 ..Mn.-A. ;:.T.Jackson: aecompan-l "Mr, and Mr* Ivan Motor ani After the war. 1 an) going to]'U&I.4.... blued hu IM 1Iw.HIM 10t dos<. ft MoftW.1..11I... .and D.' d

/If 'tedMr. and .M.'O. L DeFrss-1IW,' daughter.; Marjorle Visited come back dowVheYe and spend)t k*> -... -lln>t for tal bee MrW HOMESTEAD: CAB SERVICE
of Naranja when they left lt!lt home of Mr. and teed MimxM. MM C-rtlfb-M' .I
ft" Sunday the
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t ,Friday in their kutomoblt 'en ,Mrs. Vernle Rohi-ef ln'Mlml" will look forward to that tim,"\| the Cray .( U4, State of thews.''J 1 :;'0. fhmsae*. ProwS. ,

,routeto Canada" "P. 1C Livingston of Kitchen CoL Plummer said In closing. 'li Was. tk, ,-- '
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U* sloes IIMvinr. S fix ,
:1' '|MThe neW home pt Mr. rind Mrs. i Mill 5. C. has rented-the hou,,' Col. Plummei1,, commanding .01 .i j seek 116 run J. Mi Uw Oaatr "( \'\

itr::; Henry Schumacher w.. visited i which belongs to C. .Smosk on'Church Acer of. Homestead Field since ttj)Mein star* -I".},. '441..... t TIM.tnktwW fmrmmfMml lCnrllflrM ' ' .

.Tuesday 'evening by members. si:and wilt move his falI1'lIrr.loomt' -. WM activated.on. ,Sep. 20. l' 4l!. MM Norway_ palm tlwMU. ec.Mr . ., L., Kendrickivsncc ,, \
: the Helping Hand 1114 thelr-'hua based .ea HI.dues some 44 Vaaa.
this tall. W1
time
f. I has been assigned to command of Lot a. Hkrt t, H/rberw, a *.!>., P1.tB. ' ;
-ncla' who. cams 'to- Inspect' the'JIeW.llonw -I "Mrs. R. & Digger who re*'.an overseas base. He will be juo( :"t ll"rSkil' '" iz c ry I- "*** or'THK .
and to give MrsLSchu'macheritwo'lovely ecntlyvtslted.'her daughter. Mr.' a. (hob.
. eeeded at Homestead bU Col.1Brintnan ._. rEACIII
\.. InM' M< *. Toe r..au.t of told i
'f\ << lunch Clloth'-1! Brrthers,, "', IXLautrdale re- H Merchant 'deputy'base Property, wiry iN. aad Aor"t1..rsae's
I f "A ftr that started from en/ail.i .j,tUf'fIC'\f 'hoene'atprday" commander of the fleld sine I M "'". .4 ,1ft.....- I fUrtk Certificates an* elkee lea
.
( MM SaIltbta, "n lie vw"ease
,Voownr sourcei burped ,double ''MterCarmen ..Be<esram* |Sept. '6. 1013. howdi.e. .. .... the "POKY create acka.wledg'edsrd' WI' ;
'
:;-. ,garage-and a 'tingle'-arage beCk home Tuesday from 'Palntki -- Mil will lie add 'r the '.-'. :
inee Sept 23 of/ J.er. .cptl .... .
klkB* <>U4HI eN Mt MMW >r
i J. .:-of n i old Drake Lumber ta.'11l>--where she .has1 teen vUKhiyfriends PRimmei' bacf.t.ftQ..in nn edn noon ,lw awe __ 'In >M ,...* *l .{y
,*. .-Prineetoa .bcaH o'clock-Sun- for the past six 'meeks.' |-nkw. I.... *Mdl It.,h* eta 4wC. Odd luau... Bids. '

':'i iII.v'.>..a.en-,-end put the Prince-j ""a addition that A. T.' Jack alto -of the Unit Second which Vat OperationalTraining con JoII. .of Aid n".b this r, *44"% M. .f MI-L.:. \....
',-" ; ton "light plant out 'of Commie"Mrs..Z.A. son -having made to his Home dated with Homestead Field. ', R. ..It""UM"N.-: '1c.1Q beldam M tk me 'PPSr syf. Mw

/' 'Ion' .''... *lead Garage ft almost .com. He was a rated pilot In Rorld4! 14 Ch-t* rClmH r... ..Cral-<*.: ;'.a..r."J.-" =.'. aWs.., .-.,'=
Trtatthewsprrlved . .ft Nt < 'TEIIR? D. .plete.
War One, and' keeping up his Interest -, ,('''-It ('...'" ..." 1- Was Ik**books -4 Iki w V .
ki Mkn i.d.VPs
a M t.rtt.y.
.
sviatloh' the lnterlm ', tort aL fa. II- b II. 1.155I ..
i )In during i Jw ..w-H4 the e.rse" .r .arfmili tae .
,
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between the Wo warsh 1--., t.ba.-orb Vesta +faftsa. s slowslea
I h.w"M IM "-- Ms.awese. t. that a" aid ..: I..e.nphs ..seen.aaaos.ss .
organized the reserve squadron rM..rf.w.an, n.-I-S a0 a s Vr __... ..,..... t,5 b.wM.de.
r 1 r at his home city of Atlanta' In! ,, N As"" at a.... ad M..reb . kind belief a r the ./.e.ea.tw 5th'
tilt ...
b.rb erelb A5eu. s.0M
l 'UI28. 7 .:..:.1f 4 t-Wr.wd h'd 1F rMr+1wfat ,: j=..=.. fast ......' .Pon

f He returned 'to,active duty in j 1 tea. u mil i> of rkiH
1(41 and served successively, as 1 safess' IM. s :'* .ili:Ir * fa..w"awd I 1\10... that 01 4 bass tide ssr.n W4. tole.ri.at
technical at Cochran .. hs as wakes to believe thes any
t executive ... MMM mnT rfr > '- I .
.purls.
or wnwaa5.a
Field, Macon. 'Oa, base executive I. as A--.n .May. Lases Ys I.b-s hot as, 1._. Ofest a l.4lr.'i \fI 1.w
... -'- r rw d.5.-4
roar" r..ld ..... ... 'da.a
officer at Morrison FleM West k* b Ik* edilar' ., the mooed. #:- .r ab.1 ".dur/1hvekat,
be himALM
sI Palm' Beach. and commander of 7--a\hot d: sod lc.torso. *ad nw5 the srtrd AacHr.R. Ahnatwa ,
Homestead Field. iIl1..iae to the.beet .( kHtto sues tIllk > .d _,... b.Mrs 11011
(.ha 4.114. a true sea.esabs.
Ol lie of-r. sld day,rf Ottokw.JM.. ,
/ IMIWMIMilt. + '
Mn, Plymmer and -, ... J.
'helr'daulhlet ,_.".aIoft far tM Mfr Ihnwl In the .t rwiirir4 a. 55pal5K J11.
.continue make their horn:.a-ti. kr the Aft rf Ami ... imp.samba".vim ,... I. lite)
.. ....... '
1-10. M >r4M h. IkIrrrf I,
'in Atlanta. toll ........lM la wrUiM SIT, resin taw ,'.
I Col. Merchant hits been a rated i -4 a-1.16. p 5.5.4 w > : .'vI
and ddo .r this two. 4.1 41t I
pilot pine May cMBlO, has 1. That the sad ei tMf
t been actively Interested In'-.vls-6"s"labs. t-:.,. ::.=' .ad, Try Ui When You Need

tiers' lltt 'Jln.:.. He enlisted *<1'-,_.>k>Masorete.. Ben AKkr amt H ....w.ad. Fta, Haircut
.n Deviation 'cadej during Wpm I Bet Afrkw. H wiml. ft A .or ..
t- : .
: :. I .
Xnh '
.
Lash
4 SA.t.r, MwtnrW ; -' .
dUchajged with
War One arid was "= {
tf the commission'pf, a second Hew I f' -.......... Sri ia..bfire"trap .Shave. :
.. "".sIu L. M eaad.
tenant. He re-entered active I S. nt;4WMT fclM ."r.1 r"
service ahortty ..tta..- the aUr1'1,* .....""'..-H. IWIN k.4MftmM mmi lie 'i ', .:,. Me- .
I IM.4 M4 .!.. IMM4II-MT "'''" *" *.
I' the' present 'trait.> He' and Mrs .saw .Pad ...._ ad aa.tMidas leave Ik .

., ,;. 'Merchant I/ve.ateOO1.S.W. 28tb, =b..Mre.e.es.b.at.e It seat w{ .sr dest d be of a rrI soft' Shaw,..' irtsIR) n-.se"et, b+! .'+},

tit In M Iaml. .: :. r.wsthe. the reap 4wd sdd..s as as 1 shams.. pl"I8Wf ,_... ;tie .r
_
""' a.e.s asset be If .
,.1 by a ,..... w..w.N es ether "" ,-I I.e flings "'I' !4r"w "
I lAMpNOBACKS newsy. asu. ... ea.q" end .5Ken .. ,
.... .
'aria.II
.
well .> 'Ikno fat CM*), .lnMvkV-4 -- o. .

tv (Continued From Page One)" ,'e.W was be =. ..W.0._ a.rwd.I I lickCerabie.ti.e ) ,S. .,.

rxflndbackj was' held Oct. '|1 "'"-.. KM Atrk-f. Morse l wk 4"..... r.dal..:... 71e ;
-'they W, IK H.r .-W, a H. M "
knit the followlnr keys. art Arrant C 4..L.t.t ia nk r C*. -wiiM4.. F14.t,I t'.QI' ; ,
for" "thr hr. ; A. A.t"a.y Em", Amber.tea
\ihose trying rut iafn&ira
I SI-H.: Pol.{ MM.L Lark. rhei4. C" : Pfsatachi 'J'rlut' -...,... U
-
wi, ia Pscscatpnotis IOWA ANY ,/ ,Jackson, Chrrie Ckarabersv ......e. -A. W._ patted r... t- I
OS YOUR OWN CHOOSlMd hint Vlhten. Loins Gaby Carl'P-aw'.. ':ZJi.j"n McOnn-J Pia: i.l<>>;- 1'1

Sprtrptpis Lawren* Kim dims 1'Ia. .Busir.sBarberShop
a t tr-.1 .: :Jc' .. Theo ('+ k_. \otn.t1wt""' awl.am I I j
4 ,
ay Campbell other .....-kf 1I.1'.
'lWl1nn"I\" :. f b.Ito Cat s.5 rO ,.1".1
.,. .......t '*-d.. a anramrOa. M ;
I i iI
Morgan U''Itf', .tro \vJpd. .. ,, .. ,
_"'* .. ,., " t .. Oft .
J>Ul Levy; Gent! Qvfaam, S.e4 'a Pt*... an4 Lass aea'W
'Walk r; Jltle Levy Jerk Stapp, \:'ykrMt.ew A. A acd.mw
cut OF iHt men nor fltfratcr, Orawld CSraf v Rkhirfl Prstbrrn.rCmo 4. !Th::::. aarmitraphs. watfetw.a.,i I ,.
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N Bnrllgrpve, Kenneth Greersee defer of of ft* owuff% oqvk.k .
N MIAMI AVENUE MIAMI
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1 Page Eight HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE October 29, 194.It
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guest-----------------T of Min JEunioe: 'Stanford.Mr Rockdal

In and Jlround *. H. Black ot Chicago rf- JAMES nosriTAi.ARCHER.NTWS SMITH Surgical Ot patient Homestead were, W j weGoesman O.

turned Friday to stand the winter lI Foreman of Gould and Mr*. Bet*
It It ItI I lit her borne here. I A'aon, Robert, 'WII' bore Oct. Un Felton of Uamorado.
124 to Mr. and lira. Albert Back- Julia Dell Klnard, small daughter -
Homestead Jlrt. Charles thr, of Fort man ot Homestead In the Jame of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Khwd,
Lauderdale was a 1'rt4a1l1,1eat of I Archer Smith Hospital received treatment for minor IIIi '
Mr. and Mn. Charles Lee. Mr. and Mr*. Robert 3. Carroll i juries sustained In a fall from-an uj j
t, of Minneapolis\ and Tavernier are,,automobile.
n 'I parents of a son, Robert J. Jr,
Mr Clarence
d Met and Mr*. Adam rang have A..O. Obenchaln who bat spent and Mr* Mahoney' bora Oct. 24. RAINS
r returned to their horn here lifter several month with relative of Cleveland returned for the
in
1 \ Mr. and Mr*, i K Brush of
winter week.
Jut
;. pending the aummer la Canada. Virginia returned Her last week. 1 Miami are parents of ton born (Continued From Page One)
revealed
f. i county agent am) adequate -
;. : i Mr Cart TweedeQ It U !.. PaWord of Ml'anil vlttted Oct. U. I stocks of fertilizer are on .
makingher Dr. Marie ITeiit left Jut week friend hfr Saturday j A 101I... born to Mr. and Mr.' band. An admitted shortage of
: home with her mother Mr .
for Baltimore where the will visit Charles Qoulda 28.1I I
, Dixon ef Oct.
crop containerwill be partially
w. I). Sayera, while her husband,
relative, Mr. and, Mr. Z, W. Savory and Medical this ''' the
. : Cpl. Tweedell, la serving with the I patient week wen surmounted "by use of heavy
: ,;, army air fort** at Geneva, JNtebv 'daughter, Joan, of Miami were I Mr*. Robert Darting, Mr*. Ann,i paper1 bag introduced last year ,
, t -.. Morgan Watkins, seaman, 8-t Sunday guests of Mr. and Mr. W. I Webster and W. C. Shuler ofHomeitead for shipping potatoes! and rah begs I
{ tt S.JT4 of Miami was a Sunday W. Severy and1L A. Bimm of he believe. 'I
f W. C. Morton ha* been promoted
:" ; b to auperrtoor .l UK (even-pun
1, l civilian guard force at the Florida
City navy pumping station for the
Key Wed aqueduct her*. Mr.
{ and Mn. Morton who formerly
resided In Key W.... have mad
their home here for the past ,year.
I Homestead NeedsRestaurants More

r Mr. and Mr*. J. M. Gaffney returned
to Homestead recently "-
from their Bummer home lorarmlngton '
j Mich. ,
-- "
Mr. and Mn. Albert Peterson
returned Saturday front Hot
Spring*. '
....0.--
I Mr and Mr R. a. Ward and
on. Robert Calkin, have moved
a 3 to Ashtabula O. Mr*. Ward U llere'syour" opportunity-Restaurant building :
the former Mill Joy Anne Calkin,j jMn '

C W.-Camp hat returned r:next to Hotel Redland,. ''offered for quick's .] .

to her home on Bauer drive after "
a visit ft several week with relatives ': Price right and attractive terms., .
y In Washington. D. C., and
'
'
Chicago i

S Miss Mary-Grace, EnglUh, .
daughter of Mr. and Mr*. J, W. Practically furnished house, beautiful landscaping -
English: of Homestead hal.eo.. .
.,
+ s rolled at Northwestern University bent : '
In :Evanston, HI. where she '1* with plenty .of fruit trees, tropical or -
.
} 1 majoring mualc IJ

, . kak I and garden. Price right \ "
{ Mrs. Adrian ,Jacob 1* visiting : ,( <,'1' ;;,
for several "week with relative ,_ ,,-.w,
In, Chicago and, in Evansville, Ind. . : d "

Gerald Andrew-and Bill Dickinson The best,property Homestead for present and
s spent Jut week-end In Ar-

eadta.Mr. 'future business. You can &hta ft 'convincing details "

*. Gerald lilggena of Home-
stead la visiting relative In Ham if come to office. Price $21,604. ', '
moM,,IDd.o.orae you my ,

in Dames, who It employed: $11,006 cash, balance in one year. .
fort Pierce spent lt week
E end her with tile family.Mr. 1
., w'I\ ':
+ and Mr*. Jack T.Daly of ,
:if ''
"
Ten of land with S-tMreem beuee. :
st. Petersburg; spent Saturday: acres Five
her aa guests of Mr. and Mr*. I ji'
3 W.C. Morton. Mr. and Mr*. Daly .
FI '
plaited te avocados aM c. '
are parents of Mrs.-Wilkey Curtis acres ] sslDar L'.'f'''
Morton Jr, the former Mia Nora
DaUnt Duly. ".. Two-car Some farm equipment m&A-' I '\(
garage. :\ :, ,
D. 3. Connell of Adela Ga. arrived '

visit with last his week parenta-in-taw for several ,day Mr. ,.' ,ing tract or. Half'.acre: of red art far.-reed: j': { :

and Mr*. 0, N. Pierce. I ',: ', ' .-
garden. Price right and tars.' : t ;'.
Mi*. Clara Stead of ,Adrian ... "
Mich. and her sister, Mr*. Julia 'f
,. Rhynard of IX Witt. :Mich, artI I ; '
k planning to, return,}n November 1M leAinH 1e adce tom\ ; : '" .
to Homestead for the winter, .. , ;, ,',

Mr*. 7t K. Heating- and daughter ; \ $i5t; cores WI, $176.Tenacre' l .:.J.i '
i () Colleen; were guests on Sun 'I
day of Mr. and Mrs J. a KutehH '"

at their home la Resod.FLORIDA .,/ traCts:ad ring I"Jtll.tl".- ntOH w."r!:' )
f
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', "J. ''d ,, : ', \ '\' ": t'\,:

d" cmrBy :' ',:.,:. :'. ,., : ,:wr buys far, rya 'an ''IN."(tieWarren ,... '\, '.,-t\'\\; .'" ;
Warren SetvrrIff
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/,
i /" 1., '),:\
4 I
'
*, ray Hole of DeaviBe: W.
win arrive next week, to spell
:the winter her with he dttiaJMer
Mrs W. H. Sheffield.Vtt. '- :*.' ,AWaNLlJUlREGISTHUtt

R. 'J, ....Aawl oT NartkMa .
*.*., Caen. B** vd 9un4af to ; .
NONA MM wteter H her hose ) WUL KSTATK .M0OR ciI
.,..
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t ftr.: oar airs Brewtttt wtah*> ,,218.s. Air..tt. .....te.. yrr.....,....,.1-?.;; ...., .t1 rMtbe,Pw#.0fJIM

,tw;.., 1* aaMniimri hi* office hash -wfll
|I .a.to12:20p.sn.Mea-
r, Wednesday, Thor-
ay. We. '.!See .
andsiy.


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