Title: The leader-enterprise
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00619
 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: November 5, 1943
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00619
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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I I. Army Intent to Keep. Airport .:,

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concerted effort to obtain'DM .. '.Iatt': Lead .' If TO'FEDERAL AQUOT :;

:repeal of ."W a Production Board Herney to Growers Again;; ,

..rating prohibiting the twe Of new 22 Games'Scheduled for,This Season
wooden,bonteiner* for the chip- .. Me official notice ef government ,
mast of Irish potatoes, if being J THE WEATMER Intent to acquire the county airport :'
ember__ .,am-.......
made by the, Florida Vegetable nemoy Lott. Q-eteto basketball re's't
.....- --- 31..46 hu been received at Home 1\
Committee star for the past two year, .
Lack at'Ventilation In the paper, hat been reelectedCaptain of the Pate Max. Mia. ...,. Kate stead Field, It war learned yesterday -. .
from an army '
burlap' or cotton bag which Homestead' Grower Flernoy Oct. II'" --174! f 43 |SO,04 Trace, a move !a ,indicated, the >1t
shippers will be forced to use., who .play* forward, la ''a' seniorUUayear. Oct. St __ ._| *' |14S |M.10] I Dade County. Commission we'

.win result la heavy tones from Oct. Jet _teafto isootl! | told Tuesday by the fact that the ,
rot.It it pointed out by the committee Twenty-two game have been
Oct. SI --184 I |151 IMOSI! | government has been acqubrlnf
With potatoes dug la. dry scheduled for the team this season Nov t -J III i .8 !lao.OIt! I fee simple title V SarI" block of f

+ weather such lotto might be held ,. and practice will begin on Nov. I .___JM 1 I 164 130,011 I.CKi;: land en all aides of the airport, ,?
to a minimum he laid but (row. Wednesday afternoon report Nov. IAsks _...J 1 1 6O !It..., I I end b seating toy purchaea>> two .
tn harvesting Jn, rainy weather Coach Paul L Worley. strips et tend onef| mite long
will be 1aeed''llritb'' feriout loans s Two of the proposed game will I by 15 feet wide .akMUJCaWtptttll
from we>t rot u only two local take place before Christmas, M Removed of Paint and Tenshannearase,tor'Snclualoe; ,
packing horse have \\rf11ll1llJ ,Continued on Page Three)' i .From Car H KBi,ht.: m the airport *r a: ,',, .. It .

; Vrp M bArod
t I if
qttanfitl** of soil I In the interests of publte safety '' ',
to MMnrpseat ... tt bas W!.. i .' 11..eeteed'psotaritia 'w .... t- l lllsar ,c" '
aner* *, ( ;o """' .. 1''paint
r ou
ind'ea U he
Metf found necessary tier wash l kd remove '
1 o To Experiment from headlights of tbeIfvehklet.lIa7Ol' Clerk:. ..114It; ; i Cbllrrty .
them prior to hlpnwnVotbcrwlwthdr .
engtseer. rt. coaaide red highly ,
T J. laid
; Harris
Kneijatty appearance builds
'SCatifMt Stall rifnlAcant that the government
W consumer resistance. Uawash title to the' ,
Thealrn U taking eeeklnf
ell, potatoeawould not sell tot Instion of the dIn)-
land Involved leatInglt
enough to pay the cost of production Dr. PhIlip I. Westgato who this out mates such shading of' the ,rather than -

In the opinion experienced week Joined the staff of the Sub- lights unneceaaary, he raid, and A 'propoaaj the '
Whereby army
,grower tropical Experiment Station U the heed lamps should be 'ui>obttrucUd -
would lease the t33-acre county
1Satunta1 the florid Vegetable assistant horticulturist will not to reduce train haiarda i
airport oil which the Romettted
(Continued .n Page Seven) only continue certain phases of Dr air bate It now located for ft a
E. M. Andereen'i work with vegetable -
crops, but will also begin JENKINS BOUND year until 1181, with the privilegeof
kEMPL4STOLD subletting the field for com.IMftlaJ. *
preliminary work on tolls of this
private or other' nonmilitary -
area. Dr. Andersen has ;been
, aircraft use after 1M
placed Itt charge of,the experiment OVER AS DRIVEROF a h
TO CHECK HELPS'DRAFT station at LeesburgOr war end, was flatly rejected last
May by the county! conunbtlon.
,..,. Westgate was' born Jalel.M.In Lan- DEATH CAR Chairman Preston B Bird has .'
ham Md, a son of the
STANDING pointed out that no offer ha* been
Westgate who was profenor"of
received from the or a
Jenkins of Homestead army any
tropical agriculture at the University Joseph
,Farm employers are being urged which truck other government agency other f
of Hawaii and director of 49, driver ef the ear
to employee with the Raymond, M- than the May proposal. to amend < .
check?every A', A the Hawaii "AlrlcuI ural Experiment i tad killed Arthur '
local draft board by Luther L I"> ) .c. Station. Dr. Weslgate WM :year old Naranja Deem Saturday the original low providing tor
Chandler. county chairman of the ..., educated In Honolulu public andprivate night on the federal highway Just army rental of the county airport 'l

.U. S. D. A. war board, who points ... ... .'......_ schools and received a a south of the Ice plant, hat been for $1.00 a year for the duration ( I
of and six month after the war. "
out that an men are subject to 3. In agriculture from the University placed under $300 bond and bound
're-claatlfieatloa Jr the beer we- i ru&NOYLOn: of Hawaii in 1930 with a Joint over to the criminal court of record. ) ,
1iI/"I 8I (if It major In pineapple and sugarcane Homestead Tax Roll
""' "" |j -e Md- Nitrtr Taxes, production. He received a M. S. No definite deeiaftxi( 'had I been A ppr.v d br Coune lThe

..... AtIII ,. "* fa in agriculture la 1040 after doing made yesterday M to the chart
. ... Are Pit;yeIJIe Week graduate work In tolls at the University which would be placed against Homestead roll tub 1
'Son In the folder of each Individual of Wisconsin, and a Ph. D. Jenklnt.At . mitted by Tax Assessor W B. h'
ease men are often automatically I Mate and County faxes became (Continued on rare FOOT) the jnquert, held Wednesday Cave, we approved by the city :
.' classified 1-A due to lack otuptodate due.Monday. Nov 1. and taxpayer night by :Peace Juttlce Sid 'UKondrlck. council Monday Bight and delivered 1
Information; Mr. abould racelva'bi11a for.tnelr Roland Bryant of for collection to City Clerk
Chandler aald. Although the occupational real estate Intangible and pet-ton $10,000) APPEAL Princeton testified that he found R. J:. Edward, who to atao tax r
affidavit 41-A may be al property tazea this week, announce : the nefrot bicycle and lifeless collector!
tiled by either the' employer or Earnest Qvcntrect. county body lying oo the highway.after Real estate valuationwere aa> t
the employee,Mr. Chaoaler,ad- fast coMaetor. The early delivery BOND: IS' FIXED'mt'IJNlDWOOD a IT model black V-l Ford stand by Mr Cave at IU21.. /
,vim that flUng by the former ot all Us roll, by Van C patted him apparently struck ''I'990.00. and personal property at ',
.wlQ carry more weight: o (Ce.slimed m Vow Seven) .(Continued on Page row) Continued on PaM Seven) ,

I WatNeedsFo ''f oek 1 .AppMI..fcC'otbe !. Poder- November,Mailing of ChrkimaB ifts. '

With Be t. Physical Pragnuii in State sentenced wood of ftmeeton to M,yean, who".1 baa* prison'been Urged to Assure "OnTime", Delivery .11

tortUtt ova muiwar bat Awe .
.When the war.centered atteaWUn He air aerifted ay K.., B. Blackbum. IT M Jehu Galleon I'DtI. we teed To assure the delivery of CM- tTnoW ,reetnl coodJOoe. It wilt
on physics tratatog-to .titbore' .' speech inctawttor,,and Oee a* _\_'.WHaXHiy by,Circuit mal gift aM cart throuka t be Impossible td enure tfeUwryU
for, their later service tithe : 31,.wo stied,, ooMlasaiIt" Judy Marshall OWteAiarl.'Up the country, the public la .Not Christmas peithafii mailed
al'llAd roe cra..,Dade'. 8uIIIIMi iio earn ntmtey BlonaJnf. m. .Hnen advised to Mail them 'to Woven during ,the flrtt f...ee' ,'week* of" '
was found to have the beat phye-; Mr. HMtBM kM keer lad gone w tke bawL **. aaya Pra.*iitir S. K.Uvtkiatei. Deoeseber. le...:.1. >
but education _ to the aisle ( to HoBMMead sab..ri eslslh '.Judge WlsiktaH bean toad ., AH Iwrt 'Hit-...... c'
"" .sod. Homestead's. .cool. had thq' laser mpavectteatoeattM, MW senate a* to Uua.*)...*4ni "Pubs- -fed ahoaM beoa tta* way by PRIM WINDOW MOMS
?; hart, peyrtcal education progxajaift sa, Mrite sa bog" Mr pie two. arose SeSard. aarM9rt '. 0.i. Dec N he SOUL fa, direct .ontnei to- leaaartA .
Data County.Tola Doss WO NMONMa *009' 60ere1tsMistllie1 i..',WWa'ass- ;' :0. ttta.mN. Hat tisane.. IIM*, molester lases,' XWbureea' wed rMtas mi- a
':l' was revealed at tko Maf, L.A11,4 sires- tar lJl duce gad; horn" mud am >........ art tttory MO Oft III meeat ...sorest alley. so-

,';, QJII suites iledeahy when "Caehll ulmg do'pntre.w,. Ass a tares 'KM,',Os We/. 'deist lee *VFW" III .lever. ysWeay ,! .., 1MaI.. ... .
.Jj'.... M. Madame, prtDIIpIl' fee | we AM aft lees to awrrearovnd that. the evtf.m WM >wstd2ld.atto ass heels Oat 1-ais" bow i tow shift less {
:.1/# MismAssind and l1eIfdI' ,C Itr: and *aa jg -rato a tot e ,1e.reeM soft' ,Meath teavleSeallastt ewlIaIIIt. Ice c'bsisysae-MA la&M seared,hit .... ...... wee'
."Namew ruet9 slaa Ie, sew Blasesad aothtitiee wfc* MWasr. .'WA also Wt ....., 35,001" ertraatiiuna. ,Mme asad'aas. -.a eewegardorwar .
"\l ,III AiteiMess lltas.Y .. seta the..eaaiai sir jlall< teas esa- peel.t e.airdoeea haredretneri bad = ......... GMt ranks Oferi
.........tI,; MIMIa 11.-: to.1, Mass 'trary to OM evidence.; laID tfce anMaf If"' ''''''. W y.iee6s6ae. "
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..0..1.- ..01.:.;. .. Are' Issued HereWith "':
; 8,000RationBooks
' '- . ""'" -' DFC IS AWARDED i It

I I. OUR MEN IN' FRVJCP; .. TOO ATC PILOTS 'I Only' Voided Through Errort!

Mot that ',000,N.. 4. W Radon also by Japset T: WIIII4l., 44Zsuperintendent
"" .. ... of, publia
LOCAL FIELD Books were Issued Jut week]
AT leaders of Zone One, and I lion; Uonsrd ,T...Ireland. Christ
Paul Rue younger son of Mind Edward Tomerlin. son of )fro by block 1'man of the county war price IJII-
Mrs. Frank B. Rue of Home. and Mrs. J. T. TomerUri. has been 'The Distinguish/ Flying Cross, of these only eight books bad to rationing board; A. U Key

stead, feat been promoted to corporal assigned as, army physical training was warded l. Cft Harry D L be.raided due to mistakes of the i nolda, director of the cttlamKrtvka
and Is befog transferred from instructor at Hunter Field, Jenkins and CafrJ Victor N. worker, Mra. 3 r. Hammett, I corps of the county'h
Ft Bennlng. Ga. to Jefferson Savannah, following Completion of Looney for "' local lone leader, announce*. I tense council, and M Allen llama
Barracks Mo. CpL Rut if anLanny his training at Miami Beach. achievement In participating cer.I! Block leaden received public chairman of the Dade County Dt

radio operator aerial AI.bt10 colorful recognition of their services In a tense Council ,j

M e t. Sgi. c. C. Fates hat arrived with monies Wednesday afternoon at special radio program over ,l Persons who tailed to apply Pip
Mrs. Canon Malcolm will leave the army engineers fa) North Homestead Field, The pYestnta- YTQAM at IU Sunday afternoon their ration bookp last we It
Tuesday for Camp Davis, Africa.' He enlisted almost four tIon was mad by U OD|, Qrlnt- I Appreciation of the service of I asked to apply to the lOCI wa at
snlngtoa.. Del to attend the WIJ.1 ;yean ago and has been stationedat Dell H. Merchant commanding of.j the block: plan workers was voiced price and rationing board. *S
uation of her husband, ,O/C tort Kenning, Ga. during his fleer of the field. .
colm, as a second lieutenant entire period of service From January of, 1MJ until]I
Malcolm wilt be accompanied by * March of 1M3 as Army Transport Student Tests for: Army and Navy .1
her JDOther.. '.' Mrs Tracy 'RlcbnA, .
-w P.
Kitchen of Home.steadUaW Command pilots, Copts Jenkins -I
Cbinners! of Coconut Crave, who reported U the navy and Loon y flew more than College, Programs Set for Tuesdat
formerly made .her home here pre-BIght school at Athena, Ga. 1 one thouuuv hour on pioneer
Mrs. Malcolm .la the former Miss to begirt{training as a. ,I'alnla. Bights Incidental to the establish The second qualifying test for and must take the Nov 3
Virginia Frlck. tion cadet Vf meot\ of air routes across Africa candidate tot,the army. special' to be considered again ,
'iel', ILL and the Middle East: Despl, the zed training program and ,the 'The P\IJIOI! ;! 1-'A

Edward 'Hlckson, son of Mr. Gerald Andrews son of Mrs. tact that their unarmed transport navy college program 'V-12w 1 pmidrt< and Mrs. J. R. Hlcksm of Nsran Blanche Smith, was sworn Into planet were on many occasloiH be held stt Tuesday Homestead) iota for the. armed services S
Ja. has been transferred from the U. S. Navy M day afternoonand flown ov.i.areae..where the risk and RedUnd nigh schools, it Vas'- restful candidates will study

Fresno Cat, to Salt Lake City was sent Imntdl.tfty.. to, a of enemy Interference was arm announced this; week.. government expense in ,eoHeM
IX Hlrkson a bombardier with training; station ., present, the pilots completed their Students who failed U-quality I and universities, and VrlU be clasi'
the arpnr"alt forces, ft one time e e fti'lrt ssslgnmenti without accident in the April Jett,arejKllglbU! ;for I lied is soldiers on active duty,'';4SOH9S
served with the ntl-submarlne John Brown; Jr., ton of Mr and or Injury, \ -
squadron at ,Charleston, 'B. C. Mrs. John Brown of Natralija, has Capt Jenkins!.home.1-la Forty .
been appointed/ aviation cadet and Fort, Pa.< and Opt Looney's, : "'r" t ""
sent for training to Biloxi, Miss. .horn? Is Oklahoma City. ; "
Pic, Robert Rivera, aviation
mechanic at Maxwell Field it OVER AMERICA w j

pending a furlough here with hit Homestead Varsity Debating- Team !
parents, Mr and Mrs O C. Rivers

It their home on Cooper rd. TaCompete Against Miami Schools live Lets la than Santa 100 Oact people, I... Santa 'Claus' Post Office' ,

Bate Carpentar, seaman J-e. duns, but each year the
of the naval .air base..at Jack I The vanity debating team of ,MUbllly costumes. Members ft.; postmaster Sends nut y'
sonvllle arrived Saturday for Homestead High School will compete the cast are Wilbur.Caves. Dolly more these half IC:1: i
4-4ay leave with his parents Mr 1 ,Bantette and Marie Belt j j boa Christmas
against teams from an Miami and Niarbf
and Mrs. A. B. Carpenter of Florida After assembly the seniors will packagea. e ; .1441. i
is of
high schools In "field day" at a granite statue I
I 1
dty Ponce de Leon High School on observe annual "skip day' with Santa Claus, dedicated I
; No., .! a party'in Miami. tocbildnmof the world. ,
tl announce C. 'B. Blackburn
Pfo Joe Bynrm, aon of Mr and high school initrtrtor in: 'I 6 :
lira J. R. Byrum, has been transferred speech and dramatic. This is Private Funeral kites K / / "

from Sarasota to Harding the first of six, county engagements Held for Clark Infant
FleULa.. scheduled for Ole team, he )
a said, and the debating ,subject It: Private funeral service fort
PI.. 1)0_ Whlchard of Camp "Reach' That all schools 'be
Stewart Oa. has been spending controlled by the federal govern Roberta Jean Clark; two-month.) I* the Nail slave com-
old of1 Mr; and Mra..f ? .
I 10-day furlough) here With hit daughter tries el Poland Greece,' '
wife. ..#r ':.V-"... "rdlorHcukuriats *#.. jf 4Methbeii. : ef, :{tlw'tcam; alt Robert, &. Clark: ,)r., wen port-1 ,. Jogo U""ia I little chiiI I

former studs)., of, speech ducted by the Rev, L. .B>. !.: ..... .. '" older dreg starve and to deal the .
stronger onesare
Viet ; j are, Wilson tin.'fsptaln. and ford, pastor of. the First. Baptiste ,( .. ....._ ...._.. sold Into slavery i '
? Warrene $ f '
evtl'b June Vann,'Church of HomtoUad at S 'Patrol}f' .8... ..:._ ,,1O.r tan( live but ''
Station !
Dr.Experiment David Falrchild. 'Or, j'son Anne' Tom Chackleford Hodges, Clartce and Austin Del Nov.Cemetery t at la the Naranja graveside. Arran in ,..;} ....' .. ..1fAV ::. .: yean at eke :.,

Stanford rnents were directed by the Turo- ..
Swingle and Prof. Edgar .
I The dramatics claaa will ,pre.I er' Funeral Hcrae t.
world-knows figure In the
cultural field for heir waltft'l'sent a mountaineer play at the The baby died unexpectedly tallfthe ..This-;.ad. ia contribution. to'America's .all-out ..var..effort bBreoker /
schatot assembly today, In observ home of he parents on OctBesides f S''
work with the U; S. ,! : :
IDOl of annual "Sadie Hawkins'Day "
\ '
., II ." LumberCompany
of Agriculture 'spent Tuesday "' >
''The play" the script of her'psireeta'she'Ieives
the .Sub-tropical Experiment Station. [which .was partially written by I I her grandparents, ,Mr.*,,and-Mrs.I. r tolls It r HOMCtTSAB,.FLOUOA:
![I the class, will be staged on. I log I i,W. o. Bailey of Karanja and Mr.f
Their particular, Interest on this cabin eat and in the
Eerie the and Mrs. a a Clark of Homestead. -
trip was the, lathering at spedmens -' senior . ' .
class will
far a Mstologlcal study ,entire.! appearln. f- '< ;..II| !
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economic froplol fruits being 011

rM on at University of .
amt under the direction of Dr I "
Swingle Dr. Fairchild w..'alai i

renewing ; acquaintances wtb.i, j
many of' the troplcaKirult.trtnwhich : : REDLAND.BRAND FERTILIZERSv
be bad, himself.tnlrodaced : : ,
,In yean gone byYour .
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PROCESSID: 'roODS- 'Bin' v* ,:, ," Consult us about \your' fertilizer ...requirements ,,:; l'

,atampr.X, Y, Z,ar% valid through I ).- ".,.' l' : "" .
Nov.' U. Cneq..1IIII A. Band ;- fSr. the. can\lag dear: r"'f .
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) Four lbw." .good : : : < .1' : (
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NOT. ,I and remain good through .
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wM'I'S. FATS. Bitiwn :s t.a tmn .. .,>, ,>., ,... ,.'"- ... ....... ., a V'K'I', :''. ... . .... :: '" . "." ... ...- ' / .. .. r''c. .."1.' >..' .'',-.,,.' ,-.* .''.;.'' '
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.becomes and H good through' Dec t J '''' 't' : (: 'e'f.M.Miiit*Row wH1MfJi \ l:Ie.t" :. : : : ' :
toot Nov 7 and. remains : . _.; . .

y :good SUGAJJ through Stamp Dee.901st 4. Bola/lied i 6;if: : ; WiLt! -...i "; lit 4 ii;: ;\ .:.

la pearl for L.pounds' .throw" h Jam.U -. .. ... /. .,, ,' ,, ' . : 'J. "" ;' ', ," '" .r" t : . ,.r i.,' : "" .
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dais OttJ ''Period' 1 cessp.ua ,. i. . "' .IY. .nnn.. . : ' 'f "
taW through Jan. S.OASOUNE1 : .'" : : ,
A-cqjipon '4. good !:; yw :will need. *. .. : : t' .

ten' three, gallons through Not aVA "* : *., : .. .*. j .: .,
coupons become food. ,J'oV. "" : I : . ,. .: i..... I'I
.9 and last through Feb. I, I .
'SfoVES: Corrupter ]mrciat.* " ., '
.01 rationed"r v s must be made VI Eaart: Coast-Fertfltosr Co.

.with a ..rtUI > oMalnrd *t kxMl lot ,a ; . ,
win prV a dret, Din( board.aupCS. . VI , "
: '$t,ma 1 11"J''" sugar i T.. ...... M' ;, w. a. Ru iiv. 41ansge r .....!-....;. Fl.
book) and ,*etM \ on, alrpleM \ -, ;. ,". '
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W.J.GERONIMOHIGH, t 22 GAMES' Local,Schools to Take Part in Music 1 Chis. F. Travis Succumb '
In Hospital at Kendall
(Continued From gage One) :Clinic Slated for Nov. 9-10}in l\liamil

MAN IN ;basketball rule permit a, team Charles Frederic Travis K

only 20 tenet from January I* Homestead and Redtond schools 1.fw Bryant Brains Segle 'Eltan: I died Ofct W tu, tIM Dads County
January Mr. Worley aid.Gomas.abdeld wili'participete In the state high, Hauon. Iron Co*, rather KuMdt Hospital at Kendall and cretnaMtloo
SCHOOL: VOTE , took place Ice Miami under
; tq. ''k.lI.atd! echool susW dints which will beheld Lydla BogardUi Sara Vlhieft r
ben are: Dee it Oewt Dee. lt\< la Miami TDeeday and and Head Johna. Going M ob 1 the direction ot the Turner Ftmer
Wm. J Geronlmo received 41 Remand Jan. U St. Patrick; Wednesday of III': week Br the aaryen are: tenor WlUiama: &I Home.
erf the W vole ct for Homestead' Jam .14. Andrew,Jackson Feb.A purpose of fannmt as all-etat Rosemary Burk. Audrey and! Ron Mr. Travis who came here five
Mhool' \twtee at:the unoppolled'el Miami Senior High Feb.-, Miami tend, orchestra and glee chub.Tbe.ahea Marla Orate and MarlamJKounea. yean ago (rota Brighton Mate ,w
<<\IoII' held In the. drool audl-t l11..tf .acgantgtloaawill' Some *f the Redland croup will mad his home with Mr. and Mess
.toriiim bet ru. a;. W. '$;; Birdplated' stay: with friends and relative M. Mtdero on Radioed rd. He hi
Hve'.a tomtit /et fWedfteed
Po IlL ,
MOOCM) with 41 votes/antFrank and other ,will return home at survived by ODe altter Mr*. EmO/' "
I y.ln, era. Front' Park.m
L. Skill rrc lv ed f. *X vote* r 1 Rhode of Borton.ItAST ;'
I II IfiI m,.. .ua-sehaarask| aadi_litre- DlIJII., __ ._ .
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; ( > svrat t acMatCneglit's .:w; Tines. ,
1 6s Savor )C .a"three-cede.. '2ev 'tu.l r day: to:<**Ua|< pUtt 'Church: ;
:' b4t''mi "oi( i ;UUDie"propeityIng" b be d j l**a I}.. ;*' a. ,na.
,tbtf-next:fwo ytiirt.' Thi; .IdJacItr. .
t era *'h lFJnra'1nmt. e'over""thepteednt"idtet'idd .,inaiesA..........-.....' '.,..;_L.. .....te4I. TtIt -
t 'It .pproved th* WE CAW. ; : '
will earmirtfM i?.7'Wr.1.uotStaff rt,1 dtractae ; j
i addltfeharfundi: be >!''Utrelle'.Wrtp Barbara-Jeanmm :
at oet.,*' butldln, and reVoting' 'i' '
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,I, pale" : Bifttand)BI :ba1'*:J'f ,Walt Uld, DOOR, HIM ;
eeai "pnrrttpondinglylighrafRMbnd'where
DpfotW'Kuhph'CM'k: Oodaon.Bclleiw ,: .
theahreeUwl'eiia } : la.rd.. ;D rrII' Ada .
1:: a.II aI .' i Dodfdvi.rxVam .*haII.)... Gristle .O'RE" .JIS
on; and, Robert ;"C. .M cDoneIL,1 Isf T tburj, Bear EUhop. Tom
also' Were urwppo.ed.' ) Hodges,-ltpnd4'>Iurr: :y and frank b U ,
Serving..ort, the ,election' board 1 Ha.-mlJ'.Mn.. : Smith and .
,.t.nom.-_ MrrGeaf..Wakefleldi .! Uiw, Marf ;Het.leywill. iccomparyr YB ds .r.
. 'MtI. H. U BrandenJ. Hhe,.Homaateed pupils and
burt -and Mr*.' & L. _Dicklnton.Tboee they, will...., at -.t Alhambra On

offleUWhig Redland were HateL1r.and.MreeClar.race. , aHears
Mlw Eitelle Turner, tho- .Rev.I Cray of War '
Harley: Core and the Rev Ceo, E.Deuel. .f Radioed Hiah.School faculty: dlrertort ,

r of ,the band and the alee 1
club will agcomWny the Bedlam
1 eroupr Band, members wio.wlll I
DELEGATES HEAR: fi attend pre iK leen 'Camp toll. .1
Rosemary Henninfton. Vtrna Anderson 1 1J
KthlM-n and, Bruce WB,-
QTiEAL. AT FARM r o.r/and Donald Qrafe.' The glee

club will'.be represented by: Betty
BUREAU MEETING i Lott. .Clorii Woodruff, Sally: I J

Patrick': frb. 2. Redland:
H. t. Cox and Harold Kendall 1 U. Andrew Jackson Feb. 2V'FPb'l d
President! and secretary reipecUvely amt {Senior High; and Feb
: of the Dad County Farm'i Key West, t
Bureau, and E. W. Line art attending LMtterjoin M the teum besldefriernoy"
the'-annual convontlori Of! Lott are: Billy Forte,

;the Florida Farm 'Bureau held' _._ _. Arnold ,Mcllwtln' Lanler Whlte-! i
y-* terd 1 and today In Lakeland -- bead. Felix Bullard! end Sam Blondo :
The Importance'of all 'arts acUvlUea.in .; V BILLY FORTE seniors, and Harry Bishop
the ,oat. ettort( 1. thi, *V Robert Sullivuqanp Billy Jacob
F keynote th ''convention j b. La of '"' I
at Bw It?3F 12 Robert E. Juniors,
which ot Chicago,and Jacksonville (t''UUvei Feb. 15, Among ,host trying out for the!
JVachlngtoo.. pr td nt of th.i Miami Edlecoi Feb M" Kay Nest; :team this season are) Louts '
American Fann.JI1f resu' Federation : :: l1 end Mar;;J," Redland. ' ray. Charles Martin,'Tom Mur-I'
It chief. tpeaker;: l Gartnee: aol+allttltdiZon phe .op- :Tommy karria Donald
\ ''ponent'i home'' ground*"are:'.J.n, Roland ,Harris, James ,
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I Ij Tr G..ui:,"Jan, ;?,;,Mlaml".Beach; Billy Simmons; George Dickinson,
j OCTOBEK 'FI Jan,'<11, Edison; ,Jan: 1'1,21. 29, Billy Brown, Gordon House Wade
; Robert E.'Ue-'and possibly. Lan- Thompson, Wayne McMullln. and If'
1 C don In' Jacksonville; Jeb; /st. Glenn Schroeder '
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,:;. TOTAil $6 69,50( I ,,_Tn_ --..-- i

f" FeliixBullard' Heads Local F. .F. A.
-. police' bet aseei ed' during| [ : : ; f.
"October amounted ,to ,....
i \port ;:0, H, Sullivan,' chief. 'ol.police. \L ..Group, to. Participate i in Field:Meet ..1I

Y -mi\ount. TMrty-nve.Wee Jt rvecS..dollars.In.-Jitl of ien'J&hlj.1 1 I' ,Felii.BulTard" hat-been ..lecte l <) A. Held day which M-iU''be'JieldtoinorroW "..

,", jtnceaT The cost'd'"teedlnf.Vl* ;rpresidenr.of,1ioinestesa! : -chapter af'AndrewJadUonJn
Miami. Homestead ,contestants
ronen'wa* |1J._ of the Future Far>er* ot America
l Five minor Bret occurred.during -lot which Ceo. N. Wakefleld I. will be! Fred ConJillo Jack Kemp.
James Brown Jot
f Chjet./the;R.irionth' P.".Shersrd.?aecqrdhK. 'I A 4 to hpui Fin tit, ieoi? 4 Other; 'otflcm Ire: Connor Sam Roland Harris, YlrgllRedford.
what YOU do
f '" fin oil N. w.'}tort 1erra ..and .Bicuyio( vlce-prealleqt l ; l.ewisdott. Seirf Ae- : must 1* a aBack

< an;oil tove ore on N, W. Tenth'',Wade Tl mpaon, secretary: Rob curalo Clem ,Schroeder, Wayne
f ,.',It..cauMd no loss, h, aid, and I ert Sullivan, treasurer; Lanier McMulJin Homer Byrum, James '
I .1 A tractor pre,at Florida City paused) I Whitehead reporter: and Billy Bray. and )Felix Bullard. the AttackNo
" MS damage.: "The other' alarms torte aentlneU The Redland r. r, A. chapter,
4 were'a grass.'fir* on N. Krome t A group rl'Ofthe local chapter alto will be represented at the
tr we.. and email blaze cauiej.b will attend the-county-wide F. F. event. '
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1 America' all out'for the tnvaaion-
; I1v..AVITIng-h1'a i llectrlc re- t as goes
4 .Htwrator at the- municipal.awtnv Rally Day Will De Held'I' your dollars must jointhe fight, tool For the ;
Wine pool :I least' can do for your 'country-and for
tj ,- i >At Florida Citr Church very you
:_ BUTS ROME !I' 'Y9ur loved ones doing the fighting-is to invest ';
:krt. Albert .Farrea, the 'formei A rally: day program will beI WHORE War Bond., < ,'
kits Elizabeth Horn..has'bought I preeented at 11 a. m. Sunday Nov.
T, atjhe Florida City FreeMeth-
, 1'th}' Brodie house on N. w. Flirt;odlit Church. Think of Jim fighting with EiSenhower .. .:or j
Her eve..J Jnfantj and Third anAberV.where the'.. will and I I Certirtcale 'for' Bible 'memory Bill with McArthur in the Solomons.. ., or Bob J

f ;.ftpM.their home ,while Pvt. Far.Mi .I be work-and given to attendance Sunday school awards pupils will, Up in Kiska. They've given their pledge to fight 1.

,. r ,I* .serving In the army.: ; and cradle roll member will-beintrodkved. r .:=and die if need be for their country They're

.',.,','t1''sUUy1a AIK'RB' rm ,I .} A Bible will be pre- ready to go all thewal'. ,- '

; telling .,
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.r.! d I Souvenlri'wtU,be given.all those And we at home mu t se. them\ t4u'eu&t. ALL.

.". .... end M..... J. 'B.. Story wee attend**,'" aervIee., DIPLOMATIC' MFOyXTMENT" THE tool Yeti the, least we w do Ja to ;
L High
bum of Nov. Thoae ,who win receive certlncatoe and tact won ua a degree WAYW' '
s wseing the a ton t bay ar Bond i'
'' ot that U ( ,
; .rIa: Jam".Archer Iiotb. Holt- are: Margie Corrott' VTrglnta tupremacy I ,appreciated : :
S '.... t Neil, Jeredeaw TamMyn.Juaajita. on everyoeerion awe
\y ",, !cJ paUeoto this--,west .t< Rohrer,. Rita" Rehear, erve.. Measuring up to the pub-
\ Archer Smith Hospital I.wan MOh. SMrley, Tre' er, Ik'a ... of ,1III'VItt,, always fair
a.."eaMl enl, always serving nil ad la a eontribtrtlon to Anericasl: war effort by.ffOtLAM
,' : MM. Char* Sohartar Mrs. ManryXatharhaa Keneky HeaMWWker .,
\ Barrow Mrs'' Marl Meaen- Hew Wetter, Naomi Fe.I ] 'la the. Madfaat pur .

__: ,iAoMb.nall: .< W Edtth',TkaMV Rpbert' and Dog tad@rLW9 .She,reputation J
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r 5 HOMESTEAD LEADER THE Amo !Agricultural and Educational Leader, I tong oil Industry Iq Florida and "

I other Southern states, the research
Dr. Wilmon Newell Is Taken by Death "
t AIm :CNTERPXISImi HOME here having been the first to reveal -

ft miIf "' that the tree could be gr .

tr.aitw ?VY.e. st La..Wa, r1s. -......: -. .. ....... .... ......- Gainesville, Nov. 4-- Death ,ofOr citrus,1'I'V\'etI.r..ncM4.of other iui'acucefuUlto: i'thia"; Unb1'7.' ?
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tfc. rosin O *? iIIY61p u..4.rrrwi "IWIIII Wllmon Newell, n, provost ot; host fruit and .vegetables. Scientist For his ,outstanding ability an "

Reduction; of eonnmer pries agriculture .| the, University ot had believed that eradication accomplishments" Dr. Newell, tom '*.ijfreived
a sow for peanut butter from S3.1 .111 Florida, at his Gainesville. home, would require! at''least Ova yean, 'numeral* 1\honor. In 1820':J'4;

t to about 20.1 cent per Oct 25, removed one of,2ti If It were possible rat an. he_wa! *president of the Anoci. ..,'
KAJnII$ LUCK ABCRXBMtrHl fug flcur& la In addition to his duties a* com- '
...... came effective Nor 1. : tlon of Economic IEntomaloglit aware e twill and educational field. mnlon r ot the state plant board, \lnjl 2 ?* >j wM president pi the $j

anal.riaact.t-ant ..tWKIIoeotsI. ...... Chritm card to older) I Sine coming to ,Florida In If ISla Dr, Newell has been director ofDR. A3ocl .J'of Southern Agricul" *i

oversea* should be mailed at once, head the newly created: state tural Worker For"year* he bat <:|
a auaicarrrtotsm.w rArsa the War Department.,*. They: plant beard. Dr. Newell figured been a fellow of the American. .1$
,1. tL.' .,_ to" _. te.eOe1.tJe murl'be sent In sealed envelope,' notably In' much ot the ktate** loclatlon let the Advancement, &i

d tbde M.etr ,.;:." ;'elMI, 'M first' class mall.. .' agriculture advancement:and wnij Science In..,:rQ- he was preJ
4i -., 'I t J "-i ... "'" national ..erlalna'for lib able Ident "of the Gainesville jtotiiyQ vlCJub.

i .'.1otw4 s ..aQ aUmown F _t... The public, win,be given a 10- leaderahtp of pert; etdction'{ ". J I
It. 11\1. M tW WTb* ML day notice ahoub:It become neeeuary forTM' kato plant board In, recent ,ears.hit had been ad* .Mmintftrator
==.* l1 rl.rld.. .....,. %M A" .4d to termiaat" .Shoe Ration WM formed, 'during. a: ....vr.o ut* of soil, coiWvatlojrv; .-Jj
Stamp 1*. break'of the dreaded cjtru* tanker '
: distrfcfs:.In Ftpridaehelrman.. of .3))
; ..tReslrler f. disease. and menace {of t.1.w '
( .thlp ,wae. the statelapd-see( plllllAlll.-- ,>*
Bells of My rat tm"1heelai> -, ever removed,from Florid* grove I "
... mlttee,,and 'chirmaaAet .the:'sd?
tie iabrle. la glrel,"tOr. eU, oqm- ,
after few yesrr'of 14
a eradication
... niawrw lif li 1 vtaprv: cprnmlttee. on; agriculture ,
} Bjt Annie May : ,
biliatlons, *rter belted and effortsunder direct '
( ; Or. Newell1'* r of the fete ,defense council! ,:
f, Oh tit tMl'I'1. Jingung (\fi tghbelle ,sie. ,'es' have been liftr'bj'<"br''j' t ...Immediately after ,bit pamlnthe
r I heard In dreamy,trance, f *
S4 successful
h4 beeth'lhii per l

Tucked,aafely. 14 ray little bed, !rive public hay .a wartime responsibility formance"that when the.Mediterraneanfruit ( state jloizd-.f'eeeM'ol;-nlmed. ,'
' :tfff-movated<< AMrkul lIta1 ,E :
years later spelled romance. to *ee that wait ot *:;
., ,,' electricity lifelemlnaUd to., con-. Florid In'"1929'tbe'Unlted"StabeeDepartment Of,was, discovered In peT\qwnt; St a I !I" Q1ldtn" in ,bi"..**,

The cow bell tinkled In the lane serve fuel metal and manpower ,'of Agriculture cIo": lions. ,
the month that long used In its )
teemed to genettUont :
. Dr N..Uto, :Jead'iti bureau: of rtyhtgsmade -of
Kite : glass
While visiting .In' the countsiteary ahd'plaet ; *re
at evening prayer! and Because It usually lakea,$uel to entomology, 'quaniAln ot* being:uted by *he U..8, Army'Air"*
? forces combined
with Shove'
eon,. pump watei1, the 0: $. government,I Force fliers t nk water ueerat to'.repair leaky; the cation'stair plant! ,board which"proved,'Irvin:VldtI \ - .' WILMOJr'NJWELL: . ::1 With ,? lofnt nna., when,forced:>

The clanging Are ball rang atnlfiht ,faucets and other leaky plumbing I campaign oft\ a.tve.' .Claw yarn' 1*. u*.J"
successful; In It "ingnthy the University of ,Florida. Agrl--i became' iti '
with strident, tones and IlIxtlll'ft. ..Savllll'of water "may of ,trenlU\ and the
freed the eftru and the.' cultural'txperlmenf and
., > .fr.I.Ita Station! ; thaWeather
bold. also sari on She ,manpower required I fact ;and salt ,waterwon't :
vegetable Industrie o( Flor* Extension Service linct 1820. He
The whole town bundled; up and to, mak, It available 'aswell' rot it' Florida fo11owoIII'Gr, \
Ida and the d.III'of the College of Agriculture '

went, tIardlea.of the cold. M the chemical required to theoutltfl,1n, ,ravages was ,' IsaaoWalton may go, tolling with r'
,treat It. of,another,fevere pest. from 120 to' INS, 'when glass line after the war: Nylon. '

A hush fell o'e&vlll....' when Fruit fly eradication measures he was made provost tor agriculture. fishing", line*. ,replaced Japanese,,,.
WI heard the solemn knell . I, DR. WESTGATEContinued covered: ,over 10 enilllon acres,. or : silk:lust. prior to, the ..ar-n_ '
And counted out:' a patriarch' I I approximately' 100 .square ,A* ,director of. the "Experiment: glass may prove superior to either'|

Tear*-the tolling of the bell ( .From Face One). mile, eonUinlnf_ .oeo acne: of Station '.ha,played a; prominent, silk, or,nylon.-l. _' '
la agronomy with a major In soils

Oh the hippy, Unnle ben 'thai from Cornell 'tJ'nIftrlitn' IMS.I --.::;... =-=== == -- ...::... - ....:... ---"--=- .
rang when school took in each Dr. Wettgate ha worked for I I
fall the Hawaiian Pineapple Co.i ii .

That lovely, mellow, aweet-toned, (Dole1), ,iJbby'. the department t
belV-I loved it beet af'alL j i of pubU Inatruction la Honolulu .
and Better Farms Inc. In Wisconsin.
Cefebrite He RM served ado In the "
Marines 'I agronomy department. \ of Cornell, ; i :
Birthday Unlverdty.Dr MOVEDI

and Mr*. Wetrtgat (Helen
On Nov. 16 the V. & Marine I
Toman) and their two daughter, -
Corps win celebrate its 1MU
lace Wheeler and Margaret Elizabeth -
birthday, This celebration will
'tr are living for the present at
hit home to *om* 7,000 Florida I
Mr*. Thomas Brewer home on
fathersand '1IIothCll't-4Jult' near
Redland rd.Benjamin.
the total of Florida men' wearingthe
L Roberts of. Dalton.
Marine uniform.
I Mass, la now employed a* field

foreman, Mr. Robert was;' 'employed C,' '
God's Minorities the General Electric
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Co, of d. Ma**. He and '
During the time Noah wa Mr*. Robert are living at the \ ,
building the ark he was very home of Mr. sad 1\11'1. E, J. Norman 4
much the Jr. \ : '
In minority-but he ,:' ,

a When Joeeph wi sold Into' JENKINS : \ ( '

Egypt by bill brother;, he was In, 16 our formerquarters
a decided minority-but he won. (Continued From Page One) .;
Gideon BOOM abject, and continued northat
When .
and hla 300 followers , '
with their broken pitcher high .
With of 1\11'1. Geraldine .
the help -
and lamp, put the Mldianitea to
Barnes{. a passenger In the. death .
flight they were 11an Insigniacant .
car the vehicle: WM identified by
CIIInorItJ-but they ,,00. "
J. M. Scarborough, local con ,
When Elijah prayed down fire stable, and, State Highway Pa- "
from heaven and put the propheti trolman W F. Brantley M be-
of Baal to shame It* wa In a longing to Jenkins who bad

notable' minority-but he won abandoned the ea* and reported it d
When David. ridiculed by his a* having been "'tat",, by Mr
brother went out to meet Goliath games, VMrs. '; "
hi tiN he wa a Bedded minority Barnes teetlBedXtlul she :

":'but he wed : had been given a "lift"ty ;. ..- -"
When Martin Luther nailed'hi. Ism and his cowln Fred Jenkins 1 : SECOND "FLOOfrv

the*** en the door .f the cathedral who WM also a passenger in the js J

be WM a lonetome minoritybut car; and that '*h* WM aroused / ...
-- he won froM a dote when an object (later ':. ; Y 1r
When Jew Christ WM crucified: proved to be th* negro' body) \ i;, ( !

by ,the Romap soldiers. He WMCOMBMCUMM haltered the right side of the : : : : , ,

'. ,Mlaorlty-tart HI. windshield She said that Joeeph ? ,
wonlICfhasye. ; Jenkins drove the car to a lonely : .: K'I: 'I
road near Peacock Inn,, hnnand '.x' y
"There are three blade. of men her aenxteea, and left her a*..
?In th.. worM, : ft**, enMHa IBdcountavfoH In, the abandoned car while the l}: :: : : : ;

*. FMa are those men' two men walked Into Moaeetsed. .

'who It lutMrattr ia*> 1M aeheme and reported to City ,rant..olmeo, ,;i. IBUILDING: .. ,. ... -.. .. .,. .
ol thlaf. MaMtta are those ,,ho, W. J. Newton that KM, whlc1e'' > ,\L. +: 1 '.''l"'
owning ta .*. |...... are had been Melee. .. .
square pars Hi rum. boles Count- Mr*. Barges twtMked that I '. ' :' ; 1 !< ;" .1:I

arfeila am UMM wIlD are Mentally' upon regaining ciaxilnainiii. she I : s ./ ,

\cut pn tfke bias' aad via Imagine began !watUna kite lawn' edWM I $ >. 1 ., .
E that they can Joel __ calk world picked up In a car driven lay I II I ,"
'Imply became they calf' fool 1 I I Don: Hanson of QouM. who teatified b 1 '"
themelve*":- apaahMi Lrtrery.Tact J I to that fact at the .......... ,
Other ullniaii* UaWav tine : .
'will' keep ':yaw waMfkl' of stand ,wore fibs Iota .Cr.*f set! "

the right of othert; It .. develop Florida City. Mr*. Charlotte date' Wy" iaesS".C8Iee.
'youf i ttaa... amid ffaaiiatfcy t ; of HomeaHad." .*, %**) cabs ..r.

It will nah }*<] > Ml a*'fco*** I Mr>. BraMlay \ . "

with ,yew} 'it 'will attract 'tt reds n
many .friend' It win glv4 fml uniformly xuaaMiiat* .. Ward .4x
(tone to yowr every-deny irtteii; n other*, whether they be- sib ere barbelow

will make you a euperior a *n you In the 'ouaMn .....-, 'for

among. man. Md it will make ytu Orntvllle. ,KMair. ...

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,. SUPPOSE, in the dusk of an English What art YOU doing to helper this woe More and more American mint join tna'
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1,000 huge bomber soar ever at those raid? (In addition to the gasoline Pay-Roll Saving Plan 0 more than tboM M .
the Channel and head for Berlin. they use it coati Uncle Sam TWO HUNDRED already the pay-Rofl Saving Plan must ,

By tne time thoK planet return to England, MILLION DOLLARS to build begin to jack up their War Bond purchase
their motor*'wtll have consumed 2,400,000 1,000 motored bomber . '. plus the 11 .. must start to invest n>or* than '10
gallon of gasoline COlt of training the 10,000 men who make up percent
their crewal!)
The COlt. . of the gasoline LAM Remember 0 . War Bond are the finest
Modern il basinet . .
war expensive:
0 . will be more than $380,000. investment in the world today You get.
Its coat into fantastic figure 30,000,000'
r't: run* back $4 for every $3 you Invest. And. .
To pay for the gasoline used on ONE such American: wage earner are now putting an
War Bond the
the more buy ,
r raid, 90,000 American would have tq invert average of 10 percent of each pay check into you
the Axis will be ticked . and the
at least 10 percent of thclr' ext rov check in War Bond every pay day .j" Ivit atill it
.WarBoadtl lan' enough let the war will cost in the long run. :

You get a big kick out of reading! about Out air raid on the Aii are increasing: la Think It over. Anl every time you're

: those IOOO.plane raid You know that frequency intensity. When land operation tempted to put a nickel 'In something you

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Ii. : . Social Elpents in .so,,11; thU Dade . a HI ". .1



iv. usa dance on Armistice" Lawrence Pope. Mr*. W. H. Syke1 !("A a reward for obtaining 100 Ing- the mot strikinggarb by
If. Night wUl b by the and Mill MsrJOde Saekett, Nov. -USO dance .'Hutch
aponaored by RedUnd I I per cent membership In the cur Mrs. Roy Chandler Mr
pM American Legion. Auxiliary Members. of the Dorca Close Nov Kclghborbood, rent p. T. A. drive the seventh: lueon. and Mrs Anderson who

h. and fcagtoanalre, of, the,-John. Q., ol the. rim ,AaptM Child! of 1-tJSO' -Meeting open boostNow of Jl grade Homestead Junior High nerved .M .JudoaUM; dt fccfc-
HomM* l'>Srw totrteuel at the School ...* given a. Halloween o'-Uhtert\werVtthtd tfaronf4) .
&alir4M will' attend fcr.fretoUe apes )oWe i ,:iBuniUy afternoon.Mutto Club with era A. ;. party Friday night. on theMe-'. the grounds.4\ anS'the IhUCIW_:
'. .* with aoldlertOtthU: ,war,! Mi**'Ann ShackHTord ,played the LOCDIV : W.-S. ', i, meutary wnooi "ground*. :Hostaeas -, implore,_"used In 1ftf table; 4c."i y
Nov. C
-> S. study
A hoBM-baked cake.jrfcl, bi rivena plan and wicyg1s j I.record were \' were 'the grade; wolhert,. orstlons and'.ctie refreshments! ,' ,' f
a door prise enjoyed).' 'Limeade ;and 'cookie ing at First Methodist Mrs, Av W. HUtehlMon, Mrt. Carl Cboktei.'caiMUa. .*,;and. punch. t .g.
The ClUa.tan tIl&.vW.-ptllllM were.aerved by"Mr*. A. D. Smith'and Homestead. :dance.Nov. i iI Anderson and Mr*./ H. Dalimi ;Games''end.coerteals:'aetyi 'e's. t At <
: for October ,If the'.Thanksgiving Sera. J. Z. CU1p Other prow, Noll..uso i. 1'IIe. guest came In ceetume. Joy d.'' Content* : winners, were"titetie ,, ;
'c"i' Day dam which.will be a gala ant were: Miiec Myra and Marie -C3O: dance I Prizes .were awarded to Fay Cap- Fairoloth. .and Joe epL:
affair. says Director w. L .D B n,.)(lit Mia by American Legion "Auxiliary. 1 j' ,
Boggy Byrd, Bar. linger and Jack Meade for. wear ,Oavia. .. . 1
"r Nov. 11-Meeting of .
Ward. There will be holiday dec bare Jean, Smith, Miss Dorothy I ' "
o orMoira Kuhn Ml** Betty Brrum,. Mb*. lIo11ert Ian -Auxiliary,. with Mn', J. LCRROTRENGLERWWR89INO: the .tloral f 4floor tlons. andinjthe:, "'
Charlottes OronlqM' J. E Cut "":
'" Nov 1J-USO dance. RITES TAR PLACE IMMCpl lriti.:.. -' "" tn "
".M music. A. D. Smith, T. C. 'Shackleord.I( 'rem ry '
The Bedland Neighborhood Billy Byrd, Homtr. Byr'unsand' Nov. 1<-USO open Conrad C Eckrote of present were t.bW.'red. ;
I ReddMiIt Collier Mn, C. T:
Club 'Will the dance ,sponsored by First i
Sponsor oa, Hubert Smith Homestead, field and Sybertavllle.
Church of Homestead.Nor Harper. Mr*. 'T. K:, Klrby,' Mr' .
Saturday Nov. t, and .the Uaual On Saturday'night coffee cook- Pa4 and Miss Ellen Englerof
U Meetlug- A.: D.;;Smith and. Mrs, S. L, Law*:
j ,
dance will be tield lei
en: Tuesday and home made limeade were Conyitham, Pa. were united In .
and Saturday of next week Members served to the'more than one hundred .Club at home o< Mrs. Ruth marriage by the Rev. O Sewers ..: .
Nov. 19 USO dance \' -,
of the Pint Methodist Churchof Palmer .
guests who attended the on Monday .veal l' In '
t Homestead will be the hostess dance Those in charge were: Mr. by Redland P. T. A. : the First Methodist. Church 'OtHomeitead. RALOWEKN PA1TY GIVEN
group ft the open house on Bun- and Mr*. W. H. Owens, Mn Ruth, Nov. 22 -Meeting of SECOND GRADE aTCDENT$ -

f day afternoon, Nov. 14.u2"hU Scott. Mr*. Oeo. W. Turner Mnt Art Kingman.Club: at home .of .Mr*. "Perfect Love". was played Mn, 'H O. Thurman'i second
Tuesday night< more than K. Jlhlen, Mr*. Suber and lira Dec. 1 softly on th* organ throughoutthe grade of Neva King Cooper School
fifty person attended Syke, f' Evening meeting double ring ceremony, which was entertained Friday afternoon
the dance for which refreshments Doughnut and coffee were pro American. Legion Auxiliary, j was uttaeesed by Mra. J. C. Kite, with a Halloween" party in the
.1 of Iced limeade and home vlded by the women of the Homestead -I of Conynham,mother ol the bride, Homestead municipal park. Hostesses '
s o' made' doughnut were provided Presbyterian Church at the GARDEN cum APPOINTS and Mn Robert K; Zckrote!: of 'were the room mother,'
.j: by the Woman';Club of.Home- dance on Thursday evening of NOMINATING COMMITTEEThe I SyberUvllle, cousin of the bridegroom J Mn, Marvin T, Murphy Mn, Otto
ataad.' Hostesses were! M... Herbert lat week. Hode.sea were: Mr*. South Dade Garden : Mn Wlllfam Musselwhm I i Bemecket'and Mn J Let Smith
w J Katz Mrs. Walter Weiss, Mrs. Carl Robinson Mr*. Herrlam, Mr*., held its Ant meeting {thla sang "Ate Msrla", "Thine Alone",!I Ttia small'rP'est* came In. two.
Philip A. Ryan Mr*'. Oeo. W. D. P. Blake,' Jr. Oeo. D. Rurhle,I on Monday afternoon at the b and "This Hallowed Hour", I fume and wlven'paper bate
Turner Mn Harland Merriam, Mn. Vlhl"" Mn Vane Harris, of Mn Ernest Frand .1I CpL and Md. Eckrote are mask-1 f r for favors ..Jitter.Halloween ,eon,
[i Mra. Selma ReiU, Mn Vincent de Mn Pope, Mr*. Suber, Mn, d*I Mn James McCready, lag their home In Homestead. I taste and game 'were enjoyed
: Maria. Meal Fred Suber, Mn Maria and Mr*. Syke, I Sam J. Davis and :Mn. l punch and coke were served
t were named a committee to : MRS H. DAVIS HOSTESS ---
MINNIE DELL WOODSON Mr*. Casper Williams, Mn inate officer for election at TO DORCAS CLASS IECION GROUP CONDUCTS
GIVES. HALLOWEEN MUTT' Gorge Ranon. Mr George EiteU next meeting. Mond y. Dec. 0. '1; Mrs. H. j. Davis wet hostess on ltt% MEMBERSHIP DRIVE
f Mir Minnie Dell Woodson en- and Mn. Porter the home of Mm. Joel J, Thursday afternoon t>t last week I A ertilned Saturday night with a The next study period will be an. I to the Dorcas Class of the First I by Armistice Day Is be-
1 Halloween party at the home other conducted by Mr*. Palmer and Plant were Identified by Baptist Church ot Homestead. Ins conducted by the American j
grandmother, Mra. Julia Fale. Mn J. W. English from 2 to In. Davis and bachelor'a-button Mn. Julia Polk; conducted ,(h ft Legion Auxiliary ,
Tht tuest assembled at. the ", m. Tuesday at the -church. were distributed by Mr*. devotional after which the routine At luncheon meeting Tuesday /
\ Woodaon' home where they Plan were made for a Chriat Bute. Members told of the business meeting was held the member made plant for entertaining ... 1
.dressed in' VkitlandUh costume ma ahower for the Of1)haIl'.t the In which they had spent the t After a social hour.; Mrs. Davis 'at the usa next Thursday
l I before going in a body to. 'the Tale Methodist .Children1 Home1 who mar month. t served i iMra residence which was fay, with: I* supported by .the group. Arrangements Francis, was assisted with whipped, na. A .Halloween -, be held Wednesday. evening. Dec.fl" .
tallowen decoration i were completed also serving gingerbread and ]I for a rummage wee which will beheld by Mr*. Ben Young. I ,
Square damping,,garnet fend con- Present betldea those
sty the society Saturday afternoon -
rests were enjoyed. Bingo prize 1 In,the old poet office Uoned were Mr*. J. M :

uid fights Betty were" Irene extinguished Simmons,and The a I.enjoyed A Covered dish luncheon wa' Rohrer and. Mr--. -H...M. Brawn.' Allae YlTAaas tatOtt 1M "r '.:S

ipook with clammy hand lent 1 1I RUSSELL HORNS, JR. .
t alum to I the telling Ot .ghostitorlM. atttstaFEW.PENNIESaBAYPLENAMINS|
tr HALLOWEEN HOSTESS I Mr*. Russell Home I
Wiener' were roasted over anjpen I, Ml** Tinkle'Shelley WM hMte"I'' on Thunday .V nlng :of Text :
.fire and served with fruit at .a Halloween party with a'Halloweenparty In
punch and cookie her home ,I II II
aturday evening. I of the birthday anniversary ;
I Young ,guest. were: Connie: The nests were: .Mia*'Mareen her eon, R.u.-ell Ir .I I:
3empbelt, Wanda Smith .,Helen :, Houston of 'MlamJ, Mill UnionAngelina The gurnt* .came lei ,
hroadet; Barbara Jean Home Mia Betty Arrant, MIA and Betty Lou Luke, who i
Dot Luke'Betty Irene Blmmoni Wild Baft Jolla OrieU, TarT dressed,a* the.coral.pFlneess
Margaret Barnes, Rose Sincere, berg Ml**' Mary Bedford, MIM Die -Smiling Jack comic 1 I
Louisa William Betty Lou Luke, Catherine Rohrer, Miss Virginia Wai 'awarded the prize for :
( Anne' Home, Mary Alice Baxley, ,Booker, Mia France Foster Mia most original get-up. I I
Billy Perkins Joe Reynolds, Jerry i Josephine Accunlo Mia Myn Johnson, garbed aa a tramp,
,, Cox Carl, Bobby Junior, 4 and Jo Stanford' Mtn'Levon' Thompson -, the,"prize for toioat' >*uce <( I
Billy Baxley. and Richard' ,.Larry. Mia Mary Sincere, Miss concealing his Identity 1 Jkntor Md 1 Mack Caytiila Supply Vitamin '
and Raymond Fate : Whet !.ott.. Mitt Helen .Gillette
,, Halloween decoration
t Other present were! Mr. "and I Mia Pay Millard, Ml*"Betty carried out In the refreshment Mi, C, .. f. C
Mr*. J. a Baxley, Mr and Mr*. !Lou" Sh.Uy, Lamer Whitehead, assorted '.sandwiches, take' Calcbnt Pgsttathpsitt Bail Niagif sldtt' -.
Charles Felea, Mr. and Mr*. John i Seaman J-c Bate Carpenter, Bobby Punch. tam *eet be sure yea ut getting enough '
I ,Mra. C. C. Tales; Mr, Lloyd; Brandenburg. Ronald Hoffma wars liat ..ra...* mile you ..ppl..... year. .t44 CAPSULES
ales Mr*. W. W Woodaon and I Gene .and Lewis Lou, Lewis HALLOW PARTY HELD diet with knows *.auiltwsof vkamias:'*wed
Salami vitiate dttctMcyt SUM the Pleaa* 'n'11t
Julia rale. !John, San ,and Steve Torclae AT HOME OF C, W. '.anas habit la four busily tooIa,. a T... taowrv
I John McLean,' Austin Stanford
Mr. and Mr*. C; W, Little
.w. .. c. L BOOK REVIEW: Calvin Schm :\Glenn Schroeder. tertai ned with a Halloween
] VWCNTCD IN COSTPHR Kyle Mdta m Harris Sam
on Saturday night at their
The study of We Who Are i and Dick. Joe Sincere on S. W. Fourth *t. .
m.rka" wa begun Tuesday at James way. RonJackie-
"'= '
The holiday; moti 'wa* tUI'out
i all-day meeting of the W. S. air Cleninger; In dacoratlonand In the MI'3' ;
( 3. of the Pint Methodfet ICMIICt\er' ';and Bert freshment course 1If\4'Hal MvTIfoH' A
I !hUrch' of Homestead. end the titriNa. '
game. and:"Masts. were.
,LR' t 1 rat three duster wen jrevetew I . ""C\1' ad. 'I ... ........'.1--: ....
41 by costwmed group rtpt .Bt- 'I.NAMYMIAWTS'. RCAK .. ... 'AIfNd rTaneo4I : wee' ..... o..a..lsr.(>Pljfal*>i jiuiiii. ,
fig tee Immigrant who ontrtb11ti > MIllION nMLUI
the prise far the most Km and eVM fcr .
0 e Niger -. #
; '
to the making of this naMoa.VI : A menial home ..... program coefctme., \\f'' .aaauhn. "on we
.. book ,to being .taught by Wttt be .oneanted Mday by Mr. RLwhJ for 614.sweep low 4 s
ate..,.O..tewatt. Palmer. Thaw Caries Jordan U, the Rusday. 7' e;
pair. the program wen* otutt New .f 'U Biwwn Mra. J, A. ...> view P \
Mr*.. E, S.. Oa plinSer. Mn }Yseaan's..AnxilRrhry. ROLL BR'SUTE. ,29 WI"
& Me % .... Mollie Wtagaie, luU its regular .. tii. on ,....- bIN COMFORT' .
tee Agar D. Carter Mrs.. Dan day. 1tM. 11. at the home of ISM \ I'WODUCT
.tltoaran,' Mrs 'O. U Showrtter, J. M.. Moue sty an AUapgrtah id ''I. ..aw.lne) tiasttinser.au
.,. .................... .. ......

ANNIE. MAYHEW. FIT A'-=, rll' '.v teti ft .

:' )Android I *o4 between Avocado and OMayac bravest ......

," PIaaotort8 Sind 'J'htorrg. ; =. DIXIE DRUG .--

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" November 5, 1943 HOMESTEAD LEADER ANn ENTERPRISE Pall-Seven r

.liJJtlUlUlTttlllllllllllltmnm1iJ1Jflr; : I Bishop of South Florida Till Visit '
. 1 ,

'20 Years Ago j 1 St. John's Church Here Sunday, Nov 14 I 7cASIFIED'] f ADS : j>> :,

;, I The 1Uaht Rev Joi+n filrlisgi and other' diocesan )programs.. All KUSKlht* InetrfiQa loci' libel i wiosequem 'ineert***

Wing, bishop ot South ",aIida. There have been lncreeea: In ball tN 2io.
TM ,...... hies ., h.rpada.. ,
e.aa teases yaa.e b .,. will preach and administer. Uemt and eonftmaUona, especially .
.ft ..... ,... tM MmrsoodRa..a.d e ., sacrament of confirmation: St.John' ".Among adults, be says,and, also lathe .... ;PERSONAL '
... FOR
the .- 1..Mr. f.5.5.5 1- I- .f
it. J seed OR en 1941.W" | Episcopal Church at I p. annual church contribution 1 -A.
= =..: ..t..r.1..1 :
Ir m. Sunday, Now 14. A
...... Man ... III"utflmllltIllIIlVl cordial j 1 i Since Bishop Wing's ordinationto :ROOM3M4 apartmeotA R.euoD-1 FREE If excess add cam** you
invitation to the public to attend the priesthood 1810 he has able rate hot water and ihow.' pains of Stomach Ulcers Indigestion
: lmUIlIf.-r.'ttPU! the service la being Usued by Dr.:held, churches in Atlanta. Savannah I era Palma Hotel Florid City Heartburn, BrJchi t c, s;,
'. A. L. Burgreen, rector of thatchurch He holds
and Chattanooga. Bloating Nausea, CM Paine
Th avocado !It the Ideal food i
',' for diabetics, Dr. 3. 8 Tower told doctor's: degrees from the Virginia FOR SALE I get tree sample Urtea at .
Bishop Wing who mikes hli, the University Brown's
the convention of phjnlcUiu and Theological Seminary 1 Pharmacy: (po39)
of Canada and the home In Winter Park, came to;/' of the South. the University IBM CHEVROLET i- lurgeoM
United State held Birmingham South Florida 1C years ago as of Georgia and William and Hector Supply Cb.: Phone IS:1 WANTED

t",'. ()ct. 22 and 23. I bishop coadjutor: and waa appointed Mary College He makes official xontateadt rt.'; .'; (ni-tf)
diocesan bishop in 1931, weather recordings end reportson
They wanted to heat more Under his leadership boom-time temperature and rainfall in fOR SALE or"tr de., 1BJS Ford need groves with or wlttoift

about the avocado when } told debts haft been liquidated, sayi, Winter Haven. His son, John D. pickuP. i. 'Rohrcr: Bauer dr.It homes, 1 prospect' waiting:: \

1 1hem of Its carbohydrate cop- Dr. Burgreen, and there has been':, Wins Jr., ls a student at the General east of (pn12) Drop me a postal or call J. K.
tent'. said Dr. Tower who returned a steady advance IIOClallel'\'lCI" Theological Seminary New Richard Dom, M4U. Miami at my eat4pens. ,

,,: frlday' . religious education, youth work,,,York Qty, I,FOR SALE-Model-A 1H ,(ra Reverse charge

'The enrollment at Homestead Glade Buggy and Fordson'Tractor. I ;
: School this Also SO III. oil drums. ---
, High year already """"'" .
I" '" _"" 11'11 "'"''
' .., shows a 20 per cent Increase over.d.40atwar Wolf Auto Wrecking. P. O. I WILL PAY $3. to 123 for Junsi;
." Principal X.11" ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTS I Bex TU Homestead Fla Phone{ can .+ also farm machinery.Wolfe ;
, ,,,,,,,
Bennett says .7*Te1Tfeluance I " "" m-J (oBtf) I Auto Wrecking P. O. Box

ought to run' to 100 In the high 1811. Homestead Fla Phone
:sommunlty missions I, presented -
.ar.- RARE shrubs,
school this )' The grade*alone FOLDED IN OCTOBER stew for member. to visit shut- .
have over 40a enrolled in one ornamentals, palms Phone Calkln -
'Ninety-five workers contributed in and the aged persona who are EXPERIENCED waitret*.to Move
*. 88J-W, t ml w. of FlnrldiQty.
and lest the total
; 1050 hours and produced 15011 unable to attend' church services dinner hour. Good pays Musi
a 5 j,enrollment for the whole year surgical dressing ,during Qcjo- Mrs, James C. Venn made a brief furnish character referr$ e. Mao .

was 390, b,r .t?the| Homestead Red 'Cross talk ,on' The Valu4pll. Friend- LOST .. amart colored bus tin.' BanV )
"8. W. Morris has bought a half ship". A
: Work room, boo Tavern. (ol-tf)
interest In the Peninsular Jewelry I The honor workers were Mrs Present; also .... S L.
j Frost LOST-Ration Book No.
Store, formerly owned and oper- W. R. Porter who worked (4 Weft, Mrs. Lee and Mrs. 8380J8 E. M Made out to Richard .I xomt or APPLICATION roK
[ ated solely by Alondo McEwen.." hours; Miss Kathleen Mostyn, 5S H. C, Redin.ttlfs TAX DUD
"The Homestead branch of the hours; and Mrs. Hugh Bemis. 30 84, Rout 2 or call Phone S94-J, I . A MS /9
Western Union Telegraph CoSjji hours OF ENLISTED MEN NOTICE: la MUtSIT river tkcllUrtf
(poll) W. (Mm. **4 ShtkM A Co.-
opened this morning viith. Miss CRW.UMrrTS' PLAN REGVL4R )RETINGSWlvea \\ I' rm* k itOT W star and CgMlr i Tuvnmow
Eunice Blue as manager-operator H M. n of enlisted men of Homestead N.. ISM iced uw 'di My
.f Jiilr. A. .0. 1141. a... flMmy -.need hiI.
Miss Blues home is lit ChI I',. NOMINATLVO COMMITTEEAt Field met at J P. : .. the meeting of Circle Three' 'afternoonIn the t'SO taw dad to be h.w4 '-. said 1.,

: "Mr and Mrs Ernest Bailey of "f the W. M U. with Mrs. James Clubhouse when game, er test, NOTICE Or APPLICATION FOR (>CMtlflMI.,..... ..._MlkTMM t* ,HM UM Counts f..u..n.c 14 ).*...>,

,,De Ruyter. N. Y. arrived Mondayi ". Venn on Tuesday afternoon.v and Informal music were enjoyed Choose, Mm TAX oxen 4018 .f im."91616. trf IToflW M ottl ,
Lot Hlorkl, Para
i to make their home in 'Home I J Tom..V.nn',1'Id' Mrt H. $nndvlches and Iced tea wereserved. IaryNRREsY'kChess mason et.a ..... Put OrlffH Bwk ..MWM P_ SS, MUM J
stead Cn1)l r were ,unpointed to noml.Mte I NOTICE ,that Ommr >f bade. SUM W rrMTW
: Paid W. t... IwMw ., State bad, .
"I. B. Jeffrey, president of the' officers for the new year Plans were made to meet rea ,;County ui oniriMM. No. 411 *.4. the MM nniflcM unit. t was MM lii eenwts tM nun WMkM.", ,
1'Wis-nl Lumber Co. .and managerof The election will be held at the 'II'rIT"'tr' o'her Wednesday afternoon I MM basal ... tik dap ., !.!.. A. OIt4l. WOO Z W, ClMFkUXM
IHM IIM l eftlM. ntMllkMlMi
\> rfu.ll W
the Homestead branch of that i T>rmber! meeting as a meansof gatingacquainted. has firhnm a t.. 4,4 Mbe .e.r..i _I... Ie boar the P"noolovoketd.wth.4 a.
onrany, will leave shortly forWilliamsport ; Mrs. J. Tom Vann; chairman .' ,A previous, meetingwas howl __, 5.16 O.rteint.. en' tic./a vlll W wM ta, lh bob.11d4.r 'i
UM feltorine dnn'mb.d o.t
two-week i iI it held last Friday afternoon.POTATO ., ., pn $ M ... CMtt m.awr MUM '
)t' Pa, on a hi taw'County. PMe stew rwiM. that M.4w ta W MMM* .4 'DIKS4S '
*.* 1 -..... wkfck. h UM MIl 4wlll .>
Ix* I. stock I, HhAvhw. 11 fet, Phi ,..... .. ,
"J 'R, :Webster has bought the!I '(Continued Frpm Pace onsIl CRATES ...* II. P.... t... ta .tile. C4HMHH .T. 96" this one der our W-...., IS4*. .
Dub tato ( n Miu wkmrf J
i old R. F Tstum.resident on N'I 1183.98000, a |otal of $1,301.890.- cuiron sow N. 4&'a. Ito MMMmtMM K. R UCATHKIUIAMrCWrt
.rRtimfi d4:'occupied at 'presents I 00. Widows' exemptions totalled (Continued From Page Onto .< prinrtr wUrr the .MM CwUft.hmH .t, D-46 CotooM7.d ClmH._C'-wt, f.. '

.")1. Mr and Mrs.' S. D. MJlia .and 121,820 00 and Homestead exemptions Committee addressed to the War .M....* .. att MM hi.'R.the..oa.e...... a* Suk UiiliMOTI. ftalBook I 0 ri Ip N. a aTumnr. p> 9 1 1Moak

,their family." '18USS.00. The bond fund Production Board' a request for It., *... IT, !. UK. Gamy rf OwKBUM '/Mwxa. 'I- ....1' ... .: dr t
v' "Bryant ,.Bowden:;recently w! ta* assessed at $'.111.04 and the' amendment of th<" rder permitting M*.Yk.44y. t7 Taw w _.t..r lOt I.solaid Canstow . .

,eelved a letter from his'mother, operating tax at 15.510.53 made a, Florida potato growers to use I up ': .: ...of ,n-M ...',

Mrs. Madison Bowden of JacksonVille tax total of $4I 28.56_ I wooden containers where neces owl V_ MM some c.tIf...UrAftwoora... oMIt 40 -:
':- , saying that his father U '!!7 'The Homestead Canning Co., sary. X. W. Lint of Kendall I amused a..dae M. .... the r"091"dn..1b.4 . Far ft. :i

-'"In! and that there:U Httle hope of was issued a permit for an $18J.60' chairman of the committee will bled"5."i.lit saw will cent be low t4.u.M....0h1A.a ,

;his recevH1..." . addition to its building personally appeal to th* board as tA4 era Moa.ar is She -..a a I CAB SERVICE '
D.wo.b.e. 1141. whk ki doof ark dN
"Hundreds ,of 'fantasticallydressed'young t oa a visit to Washington next D.090.boa 164L
i ''people.yepresen :COUNTY TAXES I ..... oul Jt. Is hoped that' the* pulse sob IHk. .., of 0-Mk->. |MIWAN .j I ail rsaseaiaale raise

f )tag tou-ne from Hialeah to Tler- (Continued-From'ageOne) brief filed by the committee will .. a.dint LXATHxaMAN..4 cs .,o 4ww.t, 1 1N. i I' ,

ida.Clty..tlII'OII d'the . .'Wom11II' Kusarow acting lax assessor, has result la modification prior to Dade ;;:ITTreaIt : : I 9168Night'
: the revelryprovided thai time. O.4od. Day Phone.._..... :
Clubenloying mde dosslble the mailing of all C.wt anti I
I by the U and I Cub. for The'committee U campalsraln SL ......11I_ .. -12. 10481, .
In 239'I
: tax bills simultaneously one """' : Phone:...... .
clad the Office
: Ka\Icr'\ $, II'II) J sG Pew envelope: instead of separately asheretofore for adjustments by ,

'.,,JiUt trlJ ,* nen .jtsndard tof (un? During November.persons paying ' ceiling of tomatoe to fit the seasonal TADS i PATt t I HOMESTEAD CAB ttlVICX
>. oMllIl frollce in Homestead I state and county'taxes: will variation throughout the {I r. d. n_ aaHir. FrosCARPENTERS' ..

m *'..The marriage of Miss Rebec- rectlve.tour'per cen{ discount. inpecesltipr state.

JL ,Coehrao, and Jasper Reed took three per cent; In Jan- 1

., plate,,In West" Palm. ,>Beach'. :.tat Mary, two ,per tent;:Aft February ...,.............!'..!......,. .!....

".Sun-far' ,, . noe per cent,; arid In March onlY
: "R Rdwards returned'to his face value, After April I, ,the ', G 1'1' LOCAL,
f residence last Thursday fa find.,,' taxes become delinquent and are rx i'i, r Ne. ""

iii 1 friends who had assembled:: to surprise i subject to penalties MEETS. FIRST AND 7HJBD

.:- .htm and help hIm celebrate, THURSDAY, I P, M a
HI birthday anniversary ** ; Ulkm Hall. 8.. Krvaxe, Hoir tt .a4

'Mlu pat- Estellau.attlfrRrdlaflT Turner's Sn-M.,dalMI E..1 REAL ESTATE: : ..................................-..,

Church entertained friends at 11 r.

.: riflllnwe\. masquerade 1 'p>> a r t y, 6 6A 6D ,

Tuesday evening at the tallMeof, LISTINGS I',
.1. Dr. and MntJ. Peterson . ,* Try U. When You Need

), ")tlrlul Robertson celebrated'
> her twelfth:birthday anniversary Haircut orS
!' wltb a part at hr home hi Flow' WANTEDHaving SMUHUoap yeoneU aced e '

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week as1 prospective 1'' ldenta., J a Gram of Miami Springs week' ; from a 'visit to Joplin", Mo.
Mr McConnell was formerly lathe was a guest several days this weekrt.Ur 1011 which she was aoeotnpaialed by
1 health. loud business. |I and Mrs. Henry Kufeldt bee daughter. Mn. M. D. logram
} In and Jlr of Mieml, .
Mr. and'Mrs. H. Schmidt have! f -
I ::1 returned to their home on KKrome .'\I FLORIDA CITY Mr and Mrs. Ralph Desmnnd of
ri ave. after spending the B. Worries Says I North Haven, Connu arrived last ti
summer In Minneapolis week to apen4 the winter at their
I I Wm. J Ceronlmo, Jr* Jh ;" home htrt.Manu.l .
: .
Mr. and JI4ra. C. I. Chlplcy and I :
two children returned last weekend worker of Wilmington, lI'"l Smith ef North Haven
from South Carolina to spend I I visiting his parents' here Conn, hat returned lor the WIJia.Iter. -
t Tom Hogan, president\ of the H. L. Brandenburg arrived the winter la Horustealf. !reporting to Fort Dix for .
Theyare .
*' Yellow Cab Co. ol Chicago bas,i Gay, Ca.. on Saturday to farm living In the Nibors apartment -I II tion Into the army Mr*. Geronl- *
tt returned to spend another winter I I here this season.-His son, Arthur on N. W First ( mo's health prevented her eeI f fill Eunice Stanford has accepted -
N hit horn In Bedland. I has been 111 at his home on LongView : I I companying him. I employment In the :Homestead
[ rd. for several day this Jsyne Coppedge of Miami 1 office of the state road Mrs. John Lewis will return today week. was t week-end guest of Miss Sue! Mr. and Mrs. It J. Brockett of I I partment
,; to Perryvllle, .Md. after a,I North Haven. Cotes. arrived last
two-week Visit with her mother II Mr. and Mrs H. J, McConnell) Moye. I week to spend the winter at their I 1 The W W T C. Class of the
tin. Lee ,....4. Mrs Lewis, the! of Goshen Ind, and Mrs, McCon Helen Revell received a painful'foot j i home here. I Community Church sponsored a
,: former WU Prisdua Freed to employed :I nell's mother, Mrs. Mary Dill-! Injury bate Tuesday evening [Halloween party Friday night at
at the naval station In!i is I man, arrived In Homestead last in a taU from her bicycle. '' M.... E. J. Rhode returned last!I I the city hall. The chief _____
t i Bainbrldge where her husband I I Ito ,

1!1 an Instructor '
I .
.I Mr, and Mrs Paid Robinson.Jr. .
.. are announcing birth of; .
a seven-pound daughter on Kov.la ;-
> a fort Lauderdale hospital
j Homestead Needs M 60 WV
( Mrt. Frank L. Skill who at-

\ tended the National OH Scout
Convention In Cleveland, 0., bit .. '
week, hM to D.C.
gone Washington.
t when. atM win visit relativesfor . '
t several weeks before returnIng Restaurants

I I home.Mrs. I

R. L. Atkinson is expected ., .
to arrive next week from her \': !
i home In Waycross,Gs.to visit her ,' i
j'" ,aon-ln-Uw and daughter Mrs and '
", Mrs Proton' -B. Bird. 1 Here's your opportunity-Restaurant buMflg ,,; ,

i Miss Helen from Livingston a two-month Is fll recuperating -. : next to 'Hotel Redland, offered for quick' .sale/ i .k. \ Ii

ness and is able to be out again. :

i Mr. and lira. Chas O.Turner 'Price right and attractive terms. ,:"'f:1. ::1

, have font to Hanes City
to visit their ton-ln-law and
daughter Capt and Mrs John
I W, DtMllle, Jr. Mr. Turner plans ;
Ii, \\ to return horn on Nov. 14, but Practically furnished house, beautiful landscaping : -
Mrs Turner will remain for a
longer visit. Mrs De Mills ll the .
former Mb Jewel Turner. with plenty of fruit trees, tropical ornament- ;, ,: I

c. ,,
Mn. Rudy Aebl arrived yesterday .ate and garden. Price right _. ..**.if..tt" ', "
for visit with her mother, .. ]: .
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Mn. Virginia Edwards. Ea rout ;I -si [ :
,* .1 **'- ifi''';' 1'1
she visited her eon, Billy Bush, a ? ''?
student at The Citadel In. Charleston. .* '1tf?7\ 0 ,:f. 1" '.'

\ The best property in Homestead for presoIt't,

S; Mrs. Joe. Svetlay of Birming! t
; ham arrived Tuesday to make her future business. You can obtai CWIVTACH* R home here with her daughter, Mrs.

,;J, Z ke Martin.by Mrs She.Walter was Tatum accompanied of- if.you ''come to my office., Price J21,("". I

Birmingham who Is spending aq

i' few days with them. $11,000 cash, balance'in' etfe year. ,' I'

,i i! Mrs. Qlrard Kenile of Ft. Myers
::11 and her daughter, Marl, left Friday
\ after visiting at the home of

the t.anlt Mrs Marvin T. l-Ten- acres 'of, land with' 3-bedrewi houee., Five' I .,' :.. ; I I

jl t :Dr.A. L. Burgreen has returned "' acres pknied te.avea4ofia ik.H.' Faces east::" .' '"
where he attended fc *
a conference of clergymen of the .
j. diocese of South Florida belrf doSt Two-car garage. Some farm fJRt8ttt inclodM -,. "
I't Luke's Cathedral. '

Mrs. 7. B. 'Wakefleld' ef Apa- ." : frig tracter.: Half acre,of jed dirt for yen ..w ; a' 4t a,

lachkola arrived In Homestead v ,4 J." ,
Tuesday for a visit with her of. 1, ;Price and "
son garden. right terms. i
1 ;
and daughter-in-law Mr. and <,h'r; J1i"
1\1l. Mrs., Oeo. N. Wakefleld. On the
way here she visited mother son

I and Mrs daughter r.. B.in-larif Wakefield the, Jr.Rv.Md ofGainesville. l..W ilL How Capered! MwL. '1MWe later ,

: Mrs J. T.: Tomeflln 1 to visiting 'r..,"i.. SIR; crner'lots$175. ,, 1
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her father and step-mother, the j I:. ,
: Rev. and Mrs. Charles Johnson ad j 1
[ sit,their home In Ah.Mr .' ".,", > feetwr l''
and :X--ChrI.'N; : Decatur :n.n ::,, t": Ten-acre ,tracts .adjoining ,Hewpoisel---ne, ( ," :

have returned to Momesteed from r'' i for eon $ M .
ek their IUBWWT. home to BroadBrook. y!/*!>>, : wiys retwrns WH ,
i Conn, '. .,

Mrs. OaT7Ddrewi] U moving ." .
this weekesWI to Ulaatl to nrtelair "
Iwn. fbaMS a '/ nnar I ;- . 'W '. , ',
ipraMt ftow of Mr. and Nn, K. .. '
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