Title: The leader-enterprise
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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: May 19, 1944
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00647
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
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tjht pow will be opera from '? Commencement> Activities Scheduled: FAMOUS LANDSCAPE ARTISTSenator i

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.. 29,1 when ,voter will' ;ballot! I By Homestead and; Redfend:Schools Graham InvitedTo Work wan Tuesday on the

'. '' It'11at.'lIhorttM4'tat' to two Hn.l .trpmtrncemft. activities. .oj m, Tueaday\May O",when Chapjain Speak at FFA Banquet tMK)0( development'' the Red-
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didate 'each otnelt' ot
Homealaad High School will be, Wnx.Vuert of the BUtmora Senator Eroert R. Graham hat land Park and Tropical trult
governor'I '. 'representative: trout ,ln"Wlth-claa, eight 1:15: P. m. Hotel will give the address on been Invited to speak at the annual <> Garden at Coconut Palin dr and I

Group and sheriff, niurtdaj, May:IS,)\fi. the :drool the ouVdoof ata... The Dacca- parent-ion banquet of the dour Redland rd. when a county bull-
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Keen to seen here in started preparing the.larnafor
|Interest
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th,'gubernatorial "race between auditorium, and wli'cukinlnitIn laur rte: ieTmon: :wlll bja. preached Homestead; futurt, Farmer the planting" of 146::vedettes:

Lex. Green, 1n4 Millard,, Q, C ldwell graduation eWcls: ..''at 1:15: P, by'.the Rev: U ,P. Cr'antford, pa**' The Fut farmer Quartet I of tropical fruit,.... Development
:,' and In the fight, between tor of the Flrrt Baptist Church ot will sing, Harvey Oodion ,wlll, :of tikt into a South .
',- JiJtlln1'SlaWVlln'and ''R: B. Chat PIERRE MDANIEL Homestead, 'at '5 o'clock Sunday, !peak,, and .the parliamentary Did show place "nhould ..right .,"
tale for.the'office of ahtria. Cityrecord I ahead now," Commlmlon Chnrman' -
procedure team will five dem-
May 2*. In the>au< torlum..Th. a,
Preston B.
ofthe'tint primary showy omtratlon. Bird Mid but
'that Green polled-.184, vote* and (SWARPRIS01R baccalaureate sermon for night'
, Caldwelfeo-ot the 'vote cast for Redland High School graduate Plan. for the project, drawn by

.... governor; ..Sullivea received >32 +kill preached by the Rev, M. X. MIN! CRAVES Internationally known landscape
city\-oua, for sheriff and Ch.. MOTIIERADVl D artist, Wm. L. Phillip providefor
Myer, pastor of the Silver palm
)\'" 181, , rustic picnicking accommodation
.. ,'TUjr.C: bi* and.Richard Oil., h p ... hodii t hunk, atJlllSjL: m, NEWwR *? Bo| Scout and, Girl Scout
. S S's t-wtiVwipetr for llectlon :5fG0n4LXlII: !,".:McD4nlel). Sunday, 'May;i't fiTuwrac :' I oataptag.edltletlb.am> .evuriav.
from 'Group 10 the Florida a prtaotit? of war Germany! auditorluni. Dr, Forrest C and modern ,uartre for a bou.nl .
House of Representative.. In the according a wire'received Tuesday OF LIONS CLUBJohn t-airetoker.
May ,primary,. avlt' wa,"the teem' Ma Red C0ah Weir, pastor of_ the PlymouthCogr'egrational'Chur A paved automobile road and
choice mother, Jesse ofMiami. 1h, will give footpath will
:of. 131. Homestead rotes '1t. Jravti wa elected Interaeet the tract,
and Oelkers'ef,102!! _voter .. the,'''<'Commencement ''addreai ,on president'of the Redland District :which was acquired for the county
LC McDaniel had been reported '
Mr. Bird from the defunct
by
Wedfieeday, M. ;1U Class nigh
Jf Lion
Club
missing arr.: action: 'since at the meeting Tue-
''GKiN RALLY Apr. 1J when he failed to return will'be Friday, M4'211.PO ; d.1.ntaht.Oth're: named to office Awoclation.Redland, District Improvement

SET from a eight\ over' Hungary. He & were: J. W, KnglUh, vlce-prwl. ,
formerly made hi*)home here and dent; Harold D Kendall, second
SATURDAY .NJGHT\ war"graduate of Homestead y SALE SETONEtECTIONDAY vlce-pretldcnt; John C. Redr CALDWELLaiES
High booL third 'Ict.ldentt Cha*. L,
Ooley secretary T. t Kirby,

IN LEGION PARK To Investigate Sites lion treasurer. tamer; the; K.Rev.H. Gallaher M..,K. Myer., tall HIS RECORD INPUBLIC

A rally for tex Green fuber For City ,Incinerator twister; and T. K. SUdlg and R.
natorlal. candidate win be staged BY' AUXILIARY P. Barfield, director Holdover OFFICE
Two possible sites for the

erection !
.t. 'n, ill Saturday ..In.Lellion of t city Incinerator have director are, K. J. Norman Jr..
,(,i ,P"* henfnulc,. will be' fur. and A. D. Smith. Lakeland, May 174Millard
nlfhed by ..n -.U-,lrl. band. All been selected by the Investigatingcompdttee Aa Poppy Day in Homestead Jack BU, Miami Herald columnist Caldwell swung his! second, primary
" Bounty candidates* hive bend In- 'which was Instructed will be Tuetday! election day, the has beesinviteq to speak I campaign! for the governorship -
Monday, night" by the city count local talon la this
Auxiliary
yftdto speak! r i to the group newt week. couthward today making
'IA ell t< obtain price from the owner week 'making plan for Its annual
caa* of rain the rally win be .. ipeechel In Oaceola. and Punt
held In Neva.Kmg Cooper.jSchool, *,. Ts Member, t Kirby of Henry the committeeare Brooker, kale war'veterans of poppies: made by disabled FFA'. Members Take Part, counties on his way here to elitist
,
:sir auditorium. the day at Munn Park tonight
In
Jroi' and Ben W Morris. penn Lauderdale Contests"How
Dads "Every from poppy'ak
Other South 'rallle. for In hU speeches: today CaUwcd!
read
Lex Green are: Perrtna 9:13: p. !from A the communication Cyclone Fence was Division goes for welfare and rehabilitation Aviation Will Affect Ag- told crowd of voter what lit baa
+ m. today Could. 7:15: work of Incapacitated veteran Icultura 1 and ha not done of
p. m the subject of an aa a public
of Savannah relative to the city'sobtaining and their lammMn..
Saturday; and Princeton, ':10 p. address made by Harvey Dodaon, ficial.
m. Saturday. a permit from the War Wm. J. Geronlmo, president ol member of the Homestead Chapter fin the Florida legUlatura," hesaid
Board to WO
purchase
production
left
Green and Senator melt: It the auxiliary. "Children' of Future Farmer, In the "1 opposed the ales Us advocated -
-six-loot fence for enclosing
feet fatherless by world wars are a .
Graham win apeak" t p. m. Mb-dlatrlct FFA contort field homestead exemption! and
Monday M, In ,iBayfrontPark the Jail yard. The matterwai pedal protect of the Legion and and
Lauderdala.
May Friday In Fort H* t supported helped pass the
T J, Mar.kill
referred to Mayor
; Auxiliary. We hope this year people
in MI.mI.IDtr04UCIn'Grttn was awarded flflth place. act providing sick!: leave for Uacl
teat, Saturday ___________ will buy liberally aa a gesture Alto taking part war Roland ere and the act providing ncir
night to an audience that of appreciation to these man who Harrla James Brown Donald revenue for tile achool In referenca -
. Jammed the Central School audl- Homestead Debaters Win have fought for them." Kccky.. B. O. Wood. John Me. to my vote on that quay
torlum In Miami, Senator Graham Three Decision in Migeni'litres'of Lean: and H.rve1IO demonstrated Uon I Inserted an explanation
indorsed Green a*, the candidate VLB( 'Approve Par Hike parliamentary procedure, Id the official Journal that I voted -
." who "win more nearly follow the seven decisions 'were For 2,250 Ag Employees and Jamea Barbagallo, Roland. for the bin because it was tile
proposals and the program whMI won by the, Homestead High I Donald and Harvey who song asa only measure offered for the relief -
'advocated."In refutaUen oe School debating ,t.tallIn the last Atlanta, May II (FNSAp.troval ) quartet of the public schools of the
rumor thai Green avoided erV> festival of the year which washeld by the regional war labor tato. Aa governor I propose 1oincreaa
too In the bat war Graham read 'recently at Miami High board for Increased wag rate Wilson Austin to need school aid to $1,000 *'
t.t a radical statement to ehew that School with six team-competing. involving IHO' worker for K H. 11 S. Student Council unit and to make teacher and
t .jan WM rejected for phytlcaldtaattHty Member of the Homestead. member firm of the''Florida but dri....' pay increases retrv '
ftOreen group are Warrens Severy, CI..- Vegetable CommIttee were announced Wilson Austin has been misted active to the start of the term:
; esters he ass to ad- let Dodton. 711011 Austin. and last week. president of Homestead High "OH question involving public
,Mar the audience, wa. given a Tom Hqq. Permissive range for unakllled School Student Council for 1445 -' debt I followed a: carefuUecin
.,.rUfe* ....... kit bi.kia a4- worker are for unskilled workers Ardel paman. was made IICIIIIiaal poNe PltheUo 1the
'I:.,: tbs BMWaaauMMiT that JOB StXKKRS ,1HO lD FILt I ,'40 to M cents an hour; emlakiltod tco-prtaldent people who pay the bill.
:
.. .. Ism rest exist In Those who Intend to take the 'M to M cent an hour; "la CangnM 1 nipporUd aril
....... If be Ye dated sprorrm.. merit .system examination for I aklltod N to'U cents aa hour. THE WEATHER MUd for the federal act provld-+

,He sold ha naaM ee* a apectal seven positions with .the StateWelfare I The board likewise authoricedeaoav .:::::..-::..-:.:=.. tag naatohlng' of fond for oU aaw. ,
....... of flea attfattfcM --... I Board the Florida industrial coaapaor Involved to make andal..... I have helped fat for
'agar after. Ml aka in"'a* totaa Comantalon or,the Federal certoaa, ......nets tap" to themaotantn Data YAM Ml* B*.. EatoS the old people at Vila stale avery
: taw ......' af,fta aajtaolV'MMaWa. Maaaaaref Com mlwbn. In , of the parlala-vi ratoaarterto i May 1 t-64, K>..; 0.11 dine that baa coma to them/ram,
rortkar, ha yaajlaut .. :riatiaiv. aaMld-'fJl* thair'aaaj Meg U,' ''niaJ*| aside .Wy It..lll'' '14.-JUt. I. thl aource. I dd not -promise
"-,wart .to provide aid tsuei fiaaaaiJ ovum ............y, If they wtabto a4PAN mb were Made. -owutpecfebMrl oar l&_ T1 as KMit U them that I Wutd get them UfiO
'.i tor,the t.M.and tar the laaaM. ajwattfy. far aHf .........1. app.....1., ,may 14_ ,,. M'' mN, as$ 4IIr &W .. javeraar
cMUreat' ,. .4 to prawiaVi a Tray C. Danrta, vaWtauM at. lira ," Tht' aOuatmaat* ,.,.'' ..:...... ,No".-. .60 ',7etiq 5 .19 ."JA4. pa ...\ ...el
Iltre- aaaaai ........ agat. .District Ma. f VeUatw Board,'an- ties to Dae. ly lift, ... ..... ._.... II, asH 'Ut >.....>4 lMt1 the mawi-
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. . . I Pvt Joe A NraIo.returfte4Ii1 -
Fort McPbcraooQ, Oa. this week
Our ,latter vls'ting his parent, Mr, and
!, ,S. Accursio., John AccursJo
! Men in Service (reported to Camp Blinding' this '}wt'''WWt,!KM:".{ .
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t week for hla physlcsl examina
tion. Salvatore Accurslo tUirned I
... . . . .. to Boston where he will report to II
a Camp Oevens, M..... for Induc: : GOVERNORdo
Mr and Mrt Theodore Knowle Lion ,I'I I
t are announcing the birth on May!I I . '
: 12 in Victoria Hospital of Charles I Wad Thompson and Joe Benson '
TheOdore, who weighed seven and I I,I reported 'to, Camp Standing d f
4 one alf pound. Mr*. Knovles I*' this week for their physical txtamlnatlon YOU want?
the former Mid Martha Crumbles'I William Fazula reported -
of Douglas, 0 I! for Induction.
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Fred Rhodes, yr, trerrwy tott jl Ensign Everett Walter Shinier,
and Wade Thompson Homestead 'who is stationed at Fort Pierce, I you want a Governor who .k
i High School seniors, passed their 'and his wife and, two-month-old .......n.o.4W late only war Governor I
physical examination for the
armed son, William Everett, received a spas serve an Mal &**!*. .8 cloaaaa
service at Camp 81.1)41/14 visit over the week-end from In- | afl : ... k to slow steadfast ':!
this 'week., ,Among those reporting 'sign Shuler> mother and sitter, >M '
to iBlag4ingtomorrow are Mrs. Fannie,Shuler. and ,Barbara.Shtilrr ******.. yeMt.tit mange mg the
n tyymond\ .Roberts, ,Robert lamest of, .JtT MMsWe yW avte end 'fir" futura'yr'aajs' ''I
t (Junlor)'f1ark' Donald"and 'jack r *, Homestead., ; ; ., .. :7 '. J ,
Sullivan, and Thunnan Connor, **.. Vf pta a n.dod "eeresMmla"l I
B..J. ,Story is here :on leay : _.ache IstsKvishidsi la 5 5a
j |>s> or group afar
Mra Robert & Mcteity.laf. front the Seabee' 'trainhigfcen-:
pertedhonie\today fronmPplama ter at Camp PwrTJVa.o! 's '. -p.t. .X"loo". ..spleeebd'tfrti ,
City yvhei* ,,:she<:ipnt several : j' ,- Y : '. : ; ;,... .... $ i"e1. thetodi I II
day with her husband,,Coxswain Methodists :Will Hold ; SL F'ld.fde .s. deaonatatod. bye I
McL TOt; UCWB.br:PhIlip,remained poaS.F .. .
ear tQ y.C'OIIIiDIoa: ,
Acrid with.his .grandmother :* Qurtorlf.Cpfferente ; I Ij'l
Mr. 4SB, 'IVwer. TIBK VOTE for sVaOIUID CAt WEU. {
The fourth Quarterly conference Oft 1'tMIDAY. MAY 2"Y .l
Gerald Andrews ,S ,2-Chair of'the,rirst Methodist Church ol florida require capital and labor tG I
t' Wn transferred to Charleston, HomntHd.,11I. held
Thursday
4r eVen yeti ,want a Governor with a develop iU great natural resource. i:
technical In", May. 13, When '
training; center in Jscksonvllle. trustee and other .teward"I plait our wich'calli for administrative Gerald the ton of Mr*. will, be named and' genius t* direct Florida'i varied liter eound. table and )lUll government I

Blanche Homestead Smith of Homestead School, attended the annual June vonferenc in ..... its multiple resources. its natural a government lair to both capital and
High Tallahassee will be elected announces -
'before enlisting last November Dr. O. Sewell Palmer. weakh H* ladualry. Ha agrlcultur it* labor, to that they may work harmoniously

pvt N.IJOn'McCO\I1'tnf7 of the Mrs. Mollle :Wingate, oldest commerce and to tourist business into and expand together . THEN,
r army air-born engineer returned mother present, was awarded a a YiteJUed ctheaiv unit alert lo, and :VOTE for MILLAHD CALDWEU ON
Wednesday to his base plaque" Salmon'a 'Head of Jesus capable ot capitalising oa the oppor 'TUESDAY. MAY 23rd.
at the Mother' Day service
short furlough here with
after a
tunitiee that
will Inevitably come lo
Received Into church membership
his mother, Mrs Jessie McCourtaey
Pvt. McCourtney has been were Mrs. E. J, Webb, Mrs. Rachel Fiends after the war . THEN: VOTE B you want a Governor who win.
stationed at Richmond Va Cornea Mr*. Martin Van for MILLARD CALDWELL ON TUESDAY. continue to maintain a liable, dignifiedand
} . # Buren Frame and Mrs, Bessie A.
MAY 23rd. businesslike government . a
Lt. J T. ,Godwin returned to Sanderson. 1, e .
his base last week after a few Governor whom, you will be Just a*
days' leave her at the home of Alice's With 3 Experts IJ yen want a Governor w5o !know. proud ol co his last day In office aal his

his parents, Mr. and Mr*. R L Starts Seventh Year as you new, that the ju Uft j .oare*. lint .. then with your vote
Godwin. Li Godwin It bom- on i

hardier on. a .1325.Sgtl.philip'Rems.Jr.r. Three licensed %operator at

USMC, Alice', Beauty, SaloiUaU ,specialists j : 1 >. J. .J ,
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are prepared tojakc of h. ,
r aerial gunner on a torpedo pume : jars t "
1 1* stationed how tt Fort Lauderdale 'every line of beauty culture, announces ""eel
Set. Reams I* a graduate : Mrs. R. E. Sherard, the'
t of Redland High School. proprietor, who opened the shop
t . six years ago this month
Aviation Cadet John Brown of Mrs. Sherard, herself, spedalzes mLARDCALDWELL :
: Naranja. ha been transferred I I In giving the Thermiqu machine :
from the University of Cincinnati 1 wave and the Helena Curtis
to Big Springs Tex, for six I machlnelesa cold wave Miss
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weeks on the hind training 'Mavis Watt specializes in facials, /o GOVERNOR l''
t l Mr. and R. Pope leftyesterday I IS and Mrs. Irene McVay, wife of
York I It CpL McVay of Homestead Field, '
New City
for
; r y where they will spend ten days I specializes in tinting <9.. g wuJ Q JH S s'g aisedd.Pe .
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s with their eon Ensign Allen The shop, located In Rooms 10 i ir
s Pope, who It.attending ,the atevtdor '12 and 14 in the McCrory Arcade, Political AdvwHwm.nl
t A training ,school at Brooklyn I Ii I. open from 9 till 6 o'clock. ,
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illltllllflfllllllllllil81I11lhlIIiURIIIIII! CIIASTALN URGES| Oelkers Stresses Business Training "t' cart to ItUtnl tn 1I3J
and opened a small lion In the
As Qualification for RepresentativeI I,Venetian Arcade. Since that timeI
20 Years Ago i AREA TO EXPRESS, have diligently followed the I
I I Oelkers, Jr., stresses business man who ha mad .1 principle t>t sound business and ,
the Importance of his training and I success pf the business he operates. today operate three store In Miami :
1ll11II1II11U1! IIlnlllIIll11l11l1lIIl11l11l1)lb. ! ) : 'Will AT POLLS;'experience In business affairs atj ." !

graduating exercise foi j'a qualification for his lecllolt to'I . I I.r.
the serlior class of the Homestead Ii Miami. May II.-Confident of the Florida House of Representatives -' "
High School wU be held In the victory In next Tuesdays Democratic -1' trom Group I. I'
school auditorium Friday night . run-off primary, R B. Say Oelktrs:
TbOM ia the das are Ilah Nixon' Chastain. candidate for sheriff, fs1! "There Is one plank to my plat- Farmers and Business Men: f fAre
Myrtle Webster Mettle Lou Theta making a kit minute appeal to I form that I feel i* of utmost Im-
RIM Fitch 0111* Robertson the 90.000 qualified voter In I penance: and that la Hy"stand on yen Interested In a
Qrctchen Turner Mildred Edwards Dade County to fo to their re1toectlve I I I taxes Realiting shot the powerto was mh ts trained Umatter '
, .Ailet'n Bryant Katheryn polling places an election' tax 4* the power to destroy1 I W ruuuM tad
Drew Sari Silver-man, Albert day, M that their true will maybe have put myself on record that biulaet I* represent yes ,
Bradley; Jaaon Averjr and Harold -I reflected. j I with the state ia Its present fine la the rierUa lettsU-
RobertUn. *. ... Chaitsintin conducted Mlvampatgn I I financial condition I see no reason tan
f why any new taxation: willbe'necessary el
Lillie Bieen'Creer The backbone any
of Naranja .OIl 'tII.e''tole Issue of
I [ for many year to CMintr la Its farms sad
M year of age; died Wed.besday qualification for the Job/.by e cperleMe -
> If A
I cam ever stated from Weasel .........
and
*\--Joea1ho.pltal-alter._ on the basis .of *'
: the platform, to 'audi.Wool
K numerous I aa far say presrassle
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brief lllnea well'considered for-the
I :rnwltllo.Jt ; | am 100% "alllft" sales better balk
rPretWl Brooks BIrd JrZweighing conduct-of the office,
. ta" or a )new tax whatever its
I atalMt all rentof
, eight pounds, was'born reference' ; to the possible nature.' Our state..!. sea
growingInt .
ta:..W* cro*,',Ca, May at the emerit"\ of hi'opponent .-' very healthy manner and It will additional taxaMea.TOO
, home o/ 'Mrs. Bird'..parent Mr, AJ constable ,for ..th past 12 continue, to prepress as long alI NEED
. arid ,Mr*;. R. !L-Atklnsoit, Wr. ,years ,of hit horn* district-which wt,'have COQD government TIM
. BlfdU; wh* 'Ii sales. JnHaiger for comprise* 40 per tent of U*'ate I,moJIIfJIIt two; cease to have GOOD RICHARDOELKERSJr.
..the HaniJ''M ,Co.t-ha*,wprri such. a ,,1IJI1AQ1D1.aI'\ll'( siaoeJs1n; -; 1Ialta\l'.has, nee!""",'experience lea'and..unnecessary, taxes, the
ior's arrival that John Harris Is ''tn law enforcement arid service decline will begin. Therefore It .
having,to telegraph for more-cars of Civil processes: which, he contends la very '1mPortant. lBt we guard .
to fill the order Preston U : Is 'exactly parallel with the:our'resources.. Who better can
At yon
bringing_ In: Motherland'ton'arc : duties winch he will be called' guard them than a man trained
IL" upon- perform as therUf. RepresentativeDrawrratle
in business.-and finance? Mr 0P-
"Benjamin Lester ArcK r, Chastaln's program Include the ponent; la an attorney and since TrtmttjMay
weighing seven pound ten ounc- locating of deputies In the respect'w* have just elected an attorney IS
M. made his debut into the world live communities, where feasible1 from
both
Groups I and 1 it Is
Friday May 9, a* the ton of to that areas welch do not bevel I sound logic that we balance: this Sound Business Methods for
,- Mr. and Mr. Ben *. Archer.Mr the benefit of local police protection Dad County delegation with a Sound State Government"Political
*. Archer, who has been visitIng can obtain the quickest possible -
" her brother and .lller-ln-law,1 service In time of emer-:! ( Adv, Paid for by Friend of Richard Oelken, Jr.)
the people, I wilt not swap promise -
; Mr. and Mrs.
Lester. Leach of I gency. I for votes"
Bethlehem Pa, Is. In St Agnes

1 Hospital. Philadelphia, ..., where' tlfy our Pacific outpost, buIldup 1- ..aerie. I
she writes, she and the
baby art I
stockpiles of war material,
getting long so well that they embargo acrap and aviation shipments *
will be able to return home
In a
to Japan and build uo both
_ few week,
the army and the navy. I: supported -\
the ad llnlllratton'! foreign +
CALDWELL policy a* toon- at the nation de< FLORIDA
(Continued From Pale One) veloped such a policy
mum of $40. a month will be p tq"Ag, a Congressman I did not! 4
vided. make speeches about myself or'
"My- only difference ,with: the haw them mailed out at the tax
.,administration; on the war preparedness payer's expense under governmentfrank. MUST
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wa permitting Itself to be held Florida1 is -bawd on ability! and
back too long- by the pacifist fitness, without emotional leap-
then In power. I began a-deter frogging. Government must b,
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asks _/ : In private life, In public life and in Congress proves him to be

.:' .> ._ . continued k ,' : . 'tuch a ,man-a "doer" 'not a<"promi. =an able man who
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.onr! HOMESTEAD LEADER,.AND ,ENTERPRISE May[ 1 If$. 1944<
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Sheldon. j which ha received. !from Farm Is ear period the ----- 'i Sgt: K. Retngruber left |last Cramer of Miami.Mr .
I KSESIEAI LEASER In his tencluflon. tut, Crten of tenrlce men in the southwest I group Davis Says Experience; Asset a' Of Southrepreaenta FLORIDA CITY week for Denver .Mr..,. Reingni* I JAMC3 AKCBXK BMrTBBOSrTTAl. *. Fred' Fuchi and Johnny.

i AND DfTEBPRBItttt: alluded .to bit "luh fund\. ,* and Pacific.. Waving the letter. ., heahouted. I. Problems of Florida r.b1... & ... *. By WarrcM $nery bar and.. ion, Kkhud Campbell KKW' Reed,, both ot Homestead, underwent -
exhibited letter with M attached ThU is the slush fund In Handling Ag r under*landi .have. Joined nlaUvea .I" Washing-,",, I tortaltlectomlte.te\ ..

,...... .. money\ order for 1100 we.. have In this campaign"We I their BMKtt.. ft' first hand!,," ton. D. C. I w
I MiEn" Majr JI"The old aajrtng the land until be was. 1 II$ at which. Capt and Mr*.. P. Biggen. and BarWar Jim Patford of ..Miami\ vlaltad!I A ton wa bona May II In
Irteq. I ''You can take a boy out ot age he entered the Young Hard At*: &\\nI.ru" t minWoad ion, Paul, art occupying\ \ tb friends here.. .. Sunday Jams Archer Smith Hospital to'
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.N I e.w .t1.+. fi1MaYs r Dps.4 Crww.l N.. the country but cant take College/\! Following graduation "and, \ kyr:,I. Dt>* ' veter- Methodist .parsonage, .. on\ Tenth. atMr L, C Aldrich VM a ...k.-l Mr. and Mr. Frank Aeeuraio of .,..*.
y o.i other
prior to studying at the .Atlanta iM *B "* lculHw Flora guest ot Mr. and Mr*. Frank Hocnettead.
Cunningham of Boa-
I the country out of a boy,' may be Law School,, he taught' country ant.. y wetJ' hroujS and'' expects. to ton II I visiting her .litter and,, Stalling\ ot Mona Mr. Stalling\ I Mr. and Mr*. Donold Croat of CAB SERVICE

..=.l=..":sM m.luau..: need . paraphrased &to 'A country boy and city schools, serving at auper- Sao t iMtof rA teglslatlon:In )0410610(001( In brother-in-law.! Mr. and Mr.*. B. I II recovering from'a' major} .....- II Princeton\ are parent of a lOB '\
can learn problem but a city Intendent Juit before moving to t tioe i born May U.I .
city r. coiner
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a.Capt TsTlthtmti1. ,11II candidacy en- M eue.abt1 t 1ee 7
Miami .
Mr.
20 i to
I yean ago Mr J. A daughter wa born
t tY.y/y/ gUM boy can't learn country probe R. Shephard left this* I
unanimously by
.* .'Although for many ,tart I deed, vti.okeny week for her home In North\, Ha. and Mr*.Jamea"': Smith of the Redland \ -
DicmllOIf lean', C. Davit,, candidatefor la .
{ RAITMrgatZLL ... CAPABLE REPRESENTATION ; Troy ""aoe (. Ho a i Day Phone _.._ 9t08NIght
c have been aawclated with' civic von, (Conn.Mr : .. Dr..Iieenlri W ttlghlR. Center on May II.On .
of
I the t ttate t leglalature In Group f.f.I undertaking such aa being"" the m nst*., ftorvfj" Seed port I *. Dan Haberlandt and toll, Bonds ..... ..sae. ay' ... 6..t---' May 11. Mr. and Mr*. David
I L tald In closing his campaign tint chairman of &the Cade the Art NINA 141- I Bobby, Mr*. Clyde High of ..Mi( rec..a... ......... t I Bryant' of the Rcdland Center Phone.. "_ 239BOXX8TKAD ; :
.k. D.e. c-a.r.: a wxto. .'TIe I ....y ,rM l . ill Tallahatsee I"thla' week. Davis carried 70 pro.. I County Welfare.. Board which. car ogla;la. pet.pc'Oe' ) .k M. any and eon, Alien,,-end Mr.-and I CLASSESpa : "became, the parent or f a ion.Surgical 1
DA.IM... 1 D.a.1 Ff.C..q II!,e.1 MK, $1MI' !emits la the May 2nd primary &to He. no compeniatlon, I am\ proud tab of bltIJ-11I b1 wbiptl( Mr*. Rudolph Mattwn of Fort patients this week CAB UftTICBF.
0 .... tiM, t ... at.**, I his nearest. oppoi eQt'* 12. to say that I am one boy that.f.h... type' (; teay ftnd17 Pierce were.. Sunday guests\ at 'the "' I. a. AiMC1sd5U.s were: Mr*. M. A, Swans and Mr. ..O, lta. m. real" ", ,.
- ELECT Davla was. born on a farm In 1 I never permitted the 'count!')"' to.cetNtol UwnspcrEcn, p l4ltropoUtan'S. I home of Mr, and Mr. W, F. A. ., . tw.r I watts"' Schula of Honeetead_ and
isr..d r rr.e .You ... rAM Monroe County,..Oaj. and worked ;;: : his blood,* Davli said' ,. BoberUoo. .., C.Im.trl Mr*. Philip Schettoky sod O.;..Q,
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ftwlitanct.(Continued ThIn From}'covenant Pagf' "'One he paid) ,I Representative Elect' : : Ih"i; ; lPEOPLE' : S CANDIDATE I I

1 wo I a! part"of, hit t ten-point':! t pro-" e. : /" ; I 1
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economy In Florida,, Green WOELOWAKI I ACTIVE .IN MIAMI,LAWYEKVVETERAN < 'u. \: : ; ", .

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of the candidates eliminated '.. ,
in the tint primary! bad aasured ," .
him personally he would support tt'r-lli1/ljtCPoI./ adv paid for by a friend) .
and vote for him on May 13.. In .
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!Frank: IX Upchurch' and Raymond '"
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?Music'by an A1 i -G rLBa ' ; In Lex Green the people of Florida will l L tez (Green was hem on a farm In Bradford.County; rwnaa.5S %. \ !Lax Green t la 'ouotUied( tnrougb' actual experience all
character and knowledge to gene .
t4'w ; a l friend aa Goyemot,and no passport" 'He to a graduate of the UnlTeraUy Florida ; t
yean ago. .
. ., . ,,, . reared in luxFlorida. as Governor during the war and pos C ..., '
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; \ needed to (get] tote the Governor' office>> of j and: ha lived in Florida all his life.He was not in the :
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L Lex Green
In the event of rain, rally will be held in. Homestead School Auditorium'' J '- r r Goveraort Mceiabn la ToHoiiaaaee. The :< ., tuy;Idlenen, anogance and aloofn ss.:He has cease up the war period.L and his character ..
actual i councils: of the Democratic) : Party '
his personal experience
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; ''IJ. I ,1! 1 I Df! Florida, impartially without. the probieai of the man,who is struggling fe k4 own ,

All County. 'C n.4iliif t{ :: .Wil.i( ea !, f"r: ,;" I ,!without! 'Tesgeance\' and without f fee' : nees OK prof frisson; the problems of our youth who see of ombltioua the- WISDOM hem) peace, INTEGRITY.to WGI'' than HONESTY from war AND, to, ,;: I '

,, I w ; to 'TaBakffloee with no yoke.. for edttoatioa cad advancement; the prohieae peace t tf

.,... : f'. + adsC .,e tt eept 'the yoke .of .the'm. ek and weak Our' rehenteg;Service men aod wo ea will EXPERIENCE ate essential LEX GREEN MEASURES i.

\ : ,. '." : . . q f1oBda. hove J in LeI:.Greea ympathetk' : aDd. helpful. frIe d... UP TO TIC HIGH STANDARD. 1 i.

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I MRS ARTHUR 18 HOSTESS '
1 ...;:, /' !TO rRESBYTERIAN' GROUP : M*( A.AIN.lfIIA\l'l popuUt' f.rtiilBuJ, averseJIM I II
and itui. Hess . BIG SAVINGS."
II I "> are
< Th Woman' Auxiliary of the I Ii Leak for special values for else waryspecial" mere I
; Social EventsMISS Homstead Prabyterlart Church bet of the tunilr -rout W,.
I i held an all-day meeting Saturday I
at the home of Mrs. A. F. Arthur
I Bible study. was directed by Mrs. FAMILY BUDGET MONTH I
C. Ben Plummer. Mrs. J. M.

: VIRGINIA STEWART BECOMES BRIDE I' Holfertr and Mrs. F. O. Hath *
the and
way presented program .0kJohnson
I I OF STAFF SERGEANT BERNARD H. PROSISE Mrs. Hathaway explained the objective -
. : I i of the birthday offering, Phases M and lilt
Milt Virginia Irene Stewart of Va., was auditor of the Second!' a school tor Mexican girl and a ;V\ )
Miami, popular member of the National Bank In Wainington. D. defense service council. Prayer v u
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Homestead High School faculty, C. at the time h* went into objective were presented by Mn.
iind Staff Sgt Bernard H Pro- service. Ha met his bride while F. M. Kent.Others .
due of Morrison Field, Wilt Palm he was stationed at Homestead present were: Mrs. A.
Beach, were united in marriage Field. F. Darling Mr*. Joel J. .Robinson,
by the R... I. B. Crantford, pas When school I* out\ she will join Mrs, 'Carl Robinson, Mrs. Vane r
tor of the First Baptist Churched him in West Palm Beach. Harris and Mr*. Paul, Haley.
Homestead at 8SO: o'clock

Friday Matron, May of 12 honor. In the and pastorlum.best man I MRS. GRACE McLELLAN SMITH HONORED I _PSG Baby Cough Synip 1KAa !

'were a alster-ln-law and a 1 broth- AT TEA ON HER EIGHTIETH BIRTHDAY tKtcun plewtfli twting r*>f fciewujla
'., of the bride Mrs. B. M. Stew- C due to colds.
are, Jr., and James Stewart both Mrs. Grace McLellan Smith cloth and punch was served by '
oaf Miami was honored on her eightieth Mrs. P.uI' Re7ll0idL Boric Acid S0hhiM.Iff

i Thi bride wore a''Street-length birthday: anniversary :with atea, Others assisting the hostess In tww .
afternoon' A lewbing dnntin'g lotioa fut.br% ..
: drew of given Tuesday by' her entertainingwere .Mrs Ernest | efe
duty row 'alpaca, white '
i.. Joel J. Robinson Francis who the ease, and thefedskts.
r ecessories and I corsage of white daughter, Mrs. had charge of
.. '.gardenia. The matron of honor at the Robinson? home at II S. W.First guest book, Mrs. a W. Calkins, 19C"Scot
Z'wc Ox's art
,won a purple drew, black and stMany Mrs. Prerton B. Bird, Mrs. Bessie ,
whit accessories, and a gladioli gift were received by Kemp and Mrs. Ben Young. eo Mid duppeJ.iiricuej skin
protect
I. .__,.. M.... B. M. Stewart, Mrs. Smith who was gowned In Mrs. Smith was born, In Baltimore tvuiont MM bums,
i "' mother of the bride was dressed black chiffon and lace and wore on May It, 1W4, a daughter
r in fuschla crepe and wore I a conagt ot white roses, the gift of L, C. and Harriet Ann'Ta turn .
" of Mr. Robinson. McLellan, and sister of Alice
gladioli MVOftlfl ffttOAt -.Awls
coraage. .
GANTISEPTIC
A pink and white color scheme McLellan Dime., founder of the
Others present were M... Thel- was used effectively In the floral P. T. A. movement. She pent ::1
ma Cureton of Miami an aunt decorations, carnations and roses her early childhood in Marietta, Hi Q1
of the bride, Mm. Crantford Miss and In refreshments which to I
the Ga., and later moved Atlanta ml 01
Allis Ferguson and a M. Stewart were served buffet style A tiered where she became the bride of tht SOLUTION
of Miami I father of the bride. whit cake decorated: with pink late James Emmett Smith of
After the ceremony, the wedding rosebuds bore eighty. pink can Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Smith k> full strength Mi Jl siKlirptir" .

party left for Miami where a dles. Assorted sandwiches, olives, made their home in Williamson, lOutlonkill'Int'nNmnurh..t! 5 9 I'
wedding dinner was served at the cake and mint were served from Ca., where'" they reared three- Mist '";''.almott w "",,.' I'_ C : '
fiesta. The bride and bridegroom the dining table which was covered children. McLtllan I1th of Baltimore d\\ api'rovtd antiseptic u Arm 1Jii
pent several days In Miami be with an Imported hand-em Mrs. 'Robinson and the aid! lirvMiitg, loo. ii J'
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Jon the bridegroom returned to broidered linen cloth: In the adJoining late Mra. foul Beauchamp.; Mrs; PIll PINT r1 u;'
qY lil" bast. sun room, coffee was Smith haw one grandson,'Calhoun e'3j tt moa'ct Jii6lt1!

Mrs Promise, a graduate of MI. I poured by Mrs. Charles Pratt from Beauchamp, who Is serving how . .
diver service placed on a late with the In the Pacific. "
ami Edison a navy
High School and of
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English at Homestead High School .
tot three She Is '
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Sgt Precise, ton of Mrr'i : :nd
V. Mrs. E. B. Promise of Petersburg.
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W. If. CIRCLES HOLDTHEIR i ntireokdownClub

MAT MEETINGS A t
W. M. U. Circle One met with
Mrs Sam J, Davis Tuesday.'Among .
the social service activities -1
reported was donation
a of '
$IS to a needy. f.mlPretent IODAY . ..
were: Mrs Virgil Lyon Mrs, D.
L. Bowen, Mr*. J. E. Moore, Mr
:Anna Carter and Mrs. Davis.
Circle Two met with Mn. 3
V. Free. Mrs Dexter Smith spoke
en nursery schools. Other present .
were: Mrs. J, A. Daugherty,
Mrs. O. L. Showalter. Mrs. Selma
IMU, Mrs. J. A. McNeil), Mrs.
Robert Glenn Mrs. Daniel C. .V
:Williams, Mra. H. L. Brown, Mrs.
f Roy Darby Mrs. Stanley Matthew rt
t and Dr. O. Sewell.Palmer. 110MRR THIS WAR rsov R. there may
be only,two kinds of people in America. ..f\\: .

ENSEMBLE CLASS GIVES t ov r L oese "s,am sell gal w weett la --. .... \:

o: MOTHER'S: DAY RECITAL I....... ...-....If! .... eif l
A Mother's Day recital was r
given Monday afternoon by the WI': you want to be ice the fortunate rubswho will still be
l ; Ensemble Class at the home of /11I81.1..14 rlflfl1W.. riding to work. automobflea, Join .Emak. .
Mrs a a lltzpatflelt.r down"Club tocSa,. How do FOIl do it?Just come to for
Taking part were: Clarice, Dor- 1)/; .... a e OulTi rrorectfV Mainrenano* Plant
r: Tie Ada and Rachel Dodson, Ruth ," .' '
Rutland. Anne and Catherine 1J A i/fllllfl/IC r! -i'hia plan was conceived by experts in car ctrt.f" .
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Ghackleford, Dorothy Godwin C.I, Gulf developed it because car maintenance Is a R
t Floyd Harden, and three first Mint sonportant civilian Job.

'., year pupils, Medians Ruehl
; Jeanette Johnson and Joanne "

garden who -were awarded pin l.t_ .,.iIt 1. M1M 1MIr '""' I

J II.... Herman Heinlein was Installed ''' I tf-/ /
a* IICO vice-president .
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County Council of
parent and Teacher after a dinner
In the cafeteria of the Robert tii: .
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X tee Junior High School Tue*.
day, night Mrs. Helnleln .had :
erved this year a* third vicepresident .
and program chairman.
jburtac the program aha conduct- OarS Piaa.otiw'u.- J in nowSTTMT .o five year ear goad Atsesa.Eta and .perk-plug des4+g.a4at
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mata eO awl chants teguM OOI o"* 'r.diaar Suehlg Wp eM better gr saii i r
ad I quit en the object of the ......oua .Rralte td.Lutlrtradaawloi
7"T. A. radmvp Se M vital p*** .... aft. M 0Ubt..thsg arse . Orsibridel'I1Mr *.A does air New subs, (M burn Maritherenl
Ouch LiihrtMs tIC rdw* W..J'IDIet..ou..sGulfWM.- ooaaoada"m dam View act r.e panel awear.
.' a tm soft .re lat ee pswewe ea.hssali .., .,
"' ..'H U Brows Mrs! Stanley .read hngthea yes eart.... ** f iialHy testing a.

MaMhtw. *. Mv :DW C'' WU- a
MaaM, Mra, J. A.: McKtUl and JjTd !
Mss. Met ulna'wU bandage "A" AM01Mt ow GAiililt POWMS KM Att>AOSf...Ot1/IT;111aM A OtlOf 1 '

... Weay evetJag at the Red aatr tam own Itoler.. ,
a. a a aliiwl Ossomh room' and a MMTMS>>> ea imr ear-' '. 't
y > ,..... .............aga... an .nlMs 'saleast. .p...._seats t.Vera. u-+Mko' . '.W' ,," ..- .. .., r... -"tf .".. .. '
tad sew ftr nAsytt* at the lOeee ee a9aak a .....err.ante. "
ONH ewtag ransaTJMBffeslQr ea FlaisnMinoan. ...70s. sea .aeetsi '.'. 'M'4r _"fl..4. \,
Iar It. Sea ...yaeere this awed.raw E : '. ;

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ADtj TI t''S $ I AT CHAMBUM CATBEsUNO ADVERTIB

1',",,"''''"''"11'''"''''''''''' """ """,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, '''''''''''j I Four generations were' represented II CLASSIFIED :'1

)HOMESTEAD P. T. A, OFFICERS INSTALLED ,I R, ChambU at the on home Mother'of Mr* *Day. J

BY MRS. BECKHAM AT MIAMI INSTITUTE I when she entertained Miami RATE: rirtt insertion lOe Us*; Mbseqtwnt Insertion* l

New officer* of the I meetng of the Homestead P I member of her family, her 1OnI -I feallne
p, T A.: were Inctalled by MnV A. on May 11 In the H. Beckham, president of Dancet Jn costume were staged T'I I Mr*. Ceo. Flannlgan her granddaughter ! FOR EXCHANGE WHITS TtVt'K tttT
Florida Congres* of Parents I{ the second and third grade*, Mn. Elaine Grave 1I-B, wttk flat hunker _..
teachers, or) Msy 10 at the P T 'e\enth grade glrla gave a tap : Michael, and her great-grand THE SWAP SHOP .1aW'lae A-t eeMltle Needsaesae :
A. Institute m the school administration dance wearing eotume made by daughter. Baby Sandra Michael I Buys Sells Anything aauwr repahx Meal fa.
building In Miami. Taking I thenuelve In tewing classes, Other guest of Mrs. Chamblits Repairs ad machines, typewriters, fan* trick .* east be awUe Inte
,' office were Mr*. C J Par7 I Mr*. Brandenburg waa pretented were Mr and Mr*. Tom Crave*1 cash register (mUtt) tractor for *r**. and farm ue.O .
) awn, president, Mr*. A. E. by Principal B. M Hlndman and Mr, and Mn Tom Craves,, e4 robber.Price.
|tnt vice-president, Mn W : with put preildent'i pin. Jr also of Miami The group had I WILL: : EXCHANGK HT.OOO real ttOMAG1VDEK
Caves, Jr., seond vicepres'dent.tin. I'I; dinner In the municipal park I equity above $8,000 mortgage rUMT 8CITLYCOMTANT
OHn Wrljht secretary I Ii I i Mr*. Virgil Lyon:; entertaln d atI j I center of Newark, N J., property Ceeenat Grevea28
llnner Sunday In honor of the The celebration of the twenties
i IT E Rheney treasurer wss bnI :I I $325 Bros monthly Income, ( )
\ birthday annlvenarie of her husb birthday anniversary of Coral for
I kbit to attend, I apartment, commercial --- -
'i nd and hi* cousin. Jack Bird-1 Rebekah Lodge No. 1) la Coconut building or grove. Address PERSONAL :
Mn Beckham WM ]1 sell. USM., who Is In training In Qrove was attended Tuesday Owner, Box 445-C RFD-1,
"; With a gift from the ,!1 Miami Coven FREE! It Excess acid
were laid for Mn : evening by Mr. E. S Csplinger Homestead, m5-28) causes yom
., P. T. A. by Mr*. H. L. Brandenjburg :, Clara Stead grandmother of Mr.Brdsell. Mn. Pauline frame, Mrs. JohnBranch pain of Stomach Ulcers, Indl.gestloo. .
retiring local ,president : Mill Mary ,Ann Nance, Mrs. Florence PaceUI FOR' RENT Heartburn, Bekhlng
,:. The physical education Mia* Ruby Smith, Betty and Mrs. I. P McLean of the Liberty Bloating, Nausea, Cas Paint
borne economic* department! j>ref Virgil, Don, Irving and Cantle"j Rebakaa LocI,.. Mrs. Mc BOOMS and apartments. Reason.ble get free sample, Udga, at
f tented the program at- the fl Lyon and the hostess, Lean sang two (elections.i : : > r.tebot water and show. Brown's Pharmacy. (peS
en. Palm Hotel Florida City.
WANTED .
FOR SALESPEClAL4drwer
WANTED-i-to know whereabouts
!: all wood of Al Martin and wife atHomestead.
chest of drawers, $1].SO. Smith. Valuable personal
Craves Furniture Co, (mUtt) belonging* 'await theli> call al

. Normandy Plata Hotel, 71 ft. *
FACTORY REBUILT Remington Collins .ve, Miami Beach Attention
typewriter Smith-Graves Fur.nlture Capt Graham (mlt-29)
Co. WANTED-Good used furniture,
FOR SALE-Dark Muacovy ducks. Smith-Grave Furniture Co.
Telephone S82-R-2. Mrs. Cur. (mlvtf)'
till J:. Lee, Halnlln dr WANTED TO BUY-For cash aa
1 ACRE RAW GROUND with attractive, well constructed Idle
well built new' cabin 12xU ft or Inactive gaaollne station Including
with small back porch; also new its land between Florida
chicken coop and duck pond City and Miami No lease. Oire
Richard road. See Maurice location and cash price. Address
White, 'Peacock: Lodge, Red. Buyer, Box 443C RTD 1, Home*
lands. (pnall) stead. mS-20)'
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SNAP FOR CASH- rooms bath, WANTED-Repair work; stone
telephone, fireplace, electric building cement work roofing,
water heater Variety fruit etc llth Hour Mission, ,Box 8" J
tree Walking distance. Onlyfortyfive Homeitead. (dIOf)
I hundred. Writ for
appointment Box lOa, Borne t need grove with or without
tUad Owner must sell (praltROOM ) homes 3 prospect waiting. .i
'f Drop m* a postal or call J. 1C
house plus small apart* Dora, 224(3, Miami at my ex.pense. .
ment In rear Lot 50x150 ft. SaKromea . Reverse ch.r....
*. (Key Weit highway), 1
: Homestead, Lljrhts, water, sewT. LEGAL NOTICES
I \Vrlt Box A-140 ear LtadrEnterprij -
I Priced excepUonalljr NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
low ? (pa2l NAME LAW
Notice is hereby given that the
RARE AND UNUSUAL tree anjplants.
undersigned, doing busmen* unt
Landscaping and now der the fictitious name of Th4 \
plaat'ng. Sunny Groxe Nun- Swap Shop In the Cave* 'bldg., N,
cries, palm Ave, I miles weal Krome ve, at Homestead, Florida l
of Florida City Phone 513-W Intends la register the said .j
(Utf) name with the clerk of the circuit J

HOMEMADE FORD TRACTORS court of Dade County, Flor ,_1\

with double low gear ,Excellent Ida.
f, GOODWIN I'
for farm or crovej Wolfe
Auto Wreck'ng: Phone 392-J (May 12. 19.8, 11144) 1

Homestead, Ha. (*21tt) T1C ii :Dta FICTITIOUS- "\

A REAL BARGAIN NAME LAW ,1\'
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVET "
7-ROOM
HOUSE on plot frontins
'1Nt I 1M feet on S. Krome arc. and that the undersigned. HOWARd .'i '
300 feet on Lucy st (Home S. MELTON, desiring to engage at M
i4bltt I stead-Florid City line). Lights, 028 S. V 10th Street, Miami, 9-
Dade 'County, Florida, In fcust.ness. '
\10 , I water, aewcrige. Price unbelievably ,
\
... Including the rendering of
.0404 ..::;.. 't. : I low 82t .See. Krome owner n services rot compensation through
... ,,,ol ::: a premises, sve.
", ; writings and authorship (which
"" (Key West hiihvisv: ), or addmi ,
.I'0"" ... "" .--". Box 782, Homestead. (p.28J he has done since the :year 1937 'f
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.I... .. -- ..... In Miami. Dade County, Florida,)
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".. ..", ; "./ .. 01 "" FOR SALE--plece double bed* under the fictitious name and
.:'f . 'on ",..., bOlO ... I room suite, young galted non d. plume of "ECLIPSE" Intend
"", roar*, spotted pony, bridle* lo regliter the' said name .J
o rggs8- ". and saddle*,barrel churn. Res of "ECLIPSE"! with the Clerk ot
,
: """ enable. Call 1128-l..-., (aMtfJt the Circuit Court of the Eleventh i
,.. _.,.... . .,.., I/JJAI. Judicial Circuit of Dade County : :
YOUNG 5-CAITED MARE ando
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Florida,
\"C\\1\IG .
1't.Ssc' ,, ;, .
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< pony, bridles and saddles.Al HOWARD S. MELTON. I
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t '. ",," brood sow and 4-month Applicant
Iott,1' 'a '. ,p ,,"" t> .rr' JI., (nyStf) Attorney for ,Applicant )

\\ :. rr. Iu.a.. GJo.u.a ... ....- 2.'BROOD SOWS and some young (May 10, 28, June J, 9, 1M4X ,

: '.J ulU'uaG' ... pig*. J. H. Kitchen. Old Dixie
k f. .Sf. "P1." ,aD.1.. between Iptnore and ,Waldln.pnU. WANT ADS PAil
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PETER, PAX ASSOaATE 'GR WEns '
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'jtndaR; Fla. 1

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Etelit HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE :May J&-194i

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at Lament ria* spent several Orlando and'Mr and Mrs Jam Campbell Dr. Huntley I* 'COI>>-"'
day in Horneate.4 this week. Fitzpatrick of NIaItI1'were gusts i tin and Mrs, Fitzpatrick, a tllhr) I
: ; In and JLroundHomestead Or and Mra. Hoy Huntley of Tuesday of Mr and Mrs. It.. J i of Mrs: Campbell. '. ,

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s i Mr. and Mrt. Tom W. Carter ol' Mrs. Evetlay will visit! In Blrmingham "
Venice Cal, are announcing the .
: birth of a daughter on May 11 C. a (Dad) Welch Is stui receiving r
Mr Carter Is the Son of Mr. 1I\d'' treatment for hit right
Mrs E. A. Carter of Homestead I eye which he Injured with pliers ' ,
Mn W. D. Horn bay lODe to while at work on May T. EltttCHASTAIN
Hendersonvil, N. C. I House guests of Mr. and Mrs
: Lt. Myron K. Potter. Jr, arrived Curtis E. Lee lest week-end beret'
Monday on leave after service were First U. Herman A. Lee,!
i with the Seabee m the AleuUsns. Jr. and Mrt. Lee of West Palm
Lt Potter 1* visiting hit, Beach and their daughter Linda
wife and Baby Sandra who art Jay; J. B. Harley SpSC) .
making their home with Mrt.Potter" USN., and Mrs Harley of Miami
'! parents, Mr. and Mrt. It and their children, Anne and Your
H. FlUpatrlck. Jimmy )(ra. Herman A. Lee Sr..
CoL and Mrt. Ralph Klngman of Marianne, and Mrs. Robert
returned Wednesday from a two- Morgan and Mrs Larry Holt and
week trip. Mn. Kmgman visited her son. Mike, all of Miami SHERIFF"Qualified .
her sister In Lone Island and Cot Miss Ma via Wattt returned ,
t KIngman visited hit brother In Monday from four-diy trip to '. >
y Washington D. C, before Joining see her grandmother In North .:,
Mr*. Kingman In Long !allnd.I Florida.
Ernest C. Bltte of Miami visited -
Mr. and Mrs D. L. Bowes Jr.. '
old fiends and neighbors!
,of Miami wm guests for several '
henThunda7\o by Experience
days last 'week of Mr. Boweal ,
Mrs. A. W. Jones "m..ft!
parent, Mr. and Mn. D. L. Bo
Tuesday tor her borne In South
Mr*. L. N. Miami .
} wen. Henry of
Dakota. She plan to spend vext (Paler Political Advertisement) i .
the former Mill WUla Belle
winter with her daughter In California. -
Bowen, tpent Sunday here. '

} Mrt Ceo M. Trick: left Saturday I Fells BuUard,, who It farming
for a two-week: visit with her
parents, Mr. and Mr*. 3. E. Let VMt
} of Jacksonville, both of whom
have been UL

Mrs. T 3. Wiggins of Opellkt,
Ala. I* visiting her son-ln-lew
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bud
t Moreman.

; Mrs. Ceo Barnes tpent the
week-end In Fort Pierce with
il Mr. Barnes who Is working there'

, Mrt Herman Thomas and son,I'
Dextef Lee stayed at the

i sence home during Mrs. .Bam"l

If
Frank: Bernecker returned
Fri-I
I day from Hastings.
} r Mrs. A. J. Yancey returned
1 last Week, : to her home In Atlanta!
after an extended visit her with i
. her son-in-law, and daughter. Mr.! t t
and Mrs. B. F King Mrs. Tan- y
F
coy WM called home by: the Illness .
of another daughter; rM

Mrs. O. W. Revell has returned
from Plant City where aha visited j
relatives Little Barbara Jean N
Revell was in for several days
lilt week.
Mrt. Curtis I Lee has returned
4 home after a four-week visit witht
,t relatives in Florida and Georgia
1 Mrs. Lee spent the :spring holidays rYle7
S In Tallahassee'with her
daughter. Mitt Carol Lee, who is
a sophomore at Florida State College
t. for Women, and visited in
1 Jasper, Jla. and WI'mIIIPI.-
dalla and WWghtvlUe. Oa In r
f rout home she spent the weekend
with another daughter. Joy,! \.
l Who is a student at Montvarde. '

School.W. Or...-,-clan;
Y. Bush, Mrs. Joseph
l'fItlI1'ncI H L. Brown left I f.
Tuesday by: automobile for Ala HXRESWHYYour
bam*. Mrs. Bush and Mr. Brown ,
win visit. relatives la Dotkan ands Ji


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HItS .t'"t.Htl $..nWBr* a nailery vU3oa gob orders} to" 'tfivlentamdl Far l" ttcak seamed omotml el /",tj..
mover That lakes lot CII JPutaeml sad other railroad space U araBaH. yet dee to gosoke* ;.
,indeed quljwnt. A close.l aseleen Boon their and fire rationing nor poI. Ikon. .caro leave,f )\
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s.Hsns court and! transler to more Pullmans: A detachment el leave
gwtvy men 1",1
teblaid ticket
lot s cSsta pogoLgee ,The wen aa.t weizon s. acs.
en -Its ereeteeHaq fen are doing... very beet to,sere you tinder t
sisal Every clay. fa 0 parts. 01 tli coxartry. tW these trying eondB.nstH*ono wo Mfch i..tte th f
'fI .." IWJri.I, ...."1'10If& ... MBUHI wait tmgMa la all* Iron' that they U w* could "O* extra trill rand .:
c,.... ..... thouaood* of men down M MM! *M..M trovetoaunder extra sections necessary to occommodsrl ,:''p
sM iMeJeisM ', ado meat b* ...*..,...... .( o&ovdia everyone a vr* were able to;do. with few *.._, +t .
III **. Pullman eon and sleet esmkhd,el, oepeaw,duns! .."...... /

sit -(........) ) e.t.an ode.the roitroMi ceodMt CM tsW nlf4.Sttyag .ttt.'siilh s wart ....we" logo ..-.j 04b11o ''4''

egg -c.... 'eed...ge 4 ail tk*'*0isss eM a.ak bed we sea.with 1M ........ and sense .
.g sasbggas agbeee ....... M .*.*. *l err Mkkt MMH toaX that l hi over setter oil ....., tegabeeranirtbwe ... ,,
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