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: July 28, 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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00657
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
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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.. ROY CHANDLER HEADS ARMY
W R Bird; assistant county
supervisor of emergency farm labor Rev. Koestline Tells How Boys' Club .
on Monday will open his .
office In the Bird Chevrolet Co. Interests Lads Not Reached by Scouts STATE TO RAZE Aug SI to Aug. 13 was set a.
building on N. Krom ave. to Redland District Rat Eradication

register growers' requirement for i J Moved member I the Bartow and their club Week and Roy S. Chandler, district
of block: built own
next aeason'i labor. Mr. Bird OLD) {ROAD SPAN
their the manager of the Florida Power -
1 work with County Agent Chas. Boys' Club and sponsor, house They.are- pow, building a
.. H:Steffanl!, Who I* county i supervisor = Rev. A. A. Koestline, former crafts'shop," ' and Light Co. was named general ,
of the labor placement Homestead pastor, were guests of Mr. Koestline who wu scoutmaster AT CARD SOUND of the army of, workers, at ,
Warning was Issued this week the Homestead Rotary Club at Its of the Homestead Boy the meeting of the campaign executive -
by Mr. Steffanl that grower who noon meeting Wednesday In ;Legion Scout troop until be left hare eight The Card Sound Bridge Mid t' committee Wednesday
Hall, where they have been year ago, is still an ardent lup-
expect to acconuxUU the Bahamans other wooden 'CIII the old
quartered since their arrival in span night in the Homestead city hall
in private quarter must (Continued Page Four
on ) Overseas highway will be torn
Homestead Monday. County: Agent Ch" H SteffanlBM
meet all government housing requirements down by the state which will tonitnict -
Houses joust be Mr. Koestline, presented; aa the adequate barricades across: who had experience In rat

(Continued from: Page Four) 'after-luncheon speaker by program THOS. A. FEASTER the approaches: to the water gape, eradication work waa drafted by
Chairman Phil West.te, It wu learned' this week. Mr. Chandler. his aide
said the Boys' Club is a national
The disposition of the Card The district-wide: four-day
BENEFIT NETS organization with U15OOO.OOO In PIONEER OF 1912 Sound bridge had been a matterof clean-up of all food.sources will
physical assets, organized to Interest I >l end 'I.
i , tbncern here as the span U the begin on Monday, Aug. t .. ,...
I ; those, boys to whom Boy poison will be placed plmultaneously -
$500' .FIt'CITY11OSMTM( TAKEN BY DEATHThomas moet direct route to the Anglers
Scouting does not appe.l."Then throughout the area on
is no act program al In I (Continued on Pace Tour) Friday. Aug. W. It was decidedto

( :- WING ,Scouting." Mr Koestline said Andrew Feaster, 88, confine the red squill pralaen-
"Theprogram' of the Boys' Club I I former Homestead city councilman -, Lawrence Kin Prisoner ing program to the eradication of
II built from week to week. The and pioneer resident, died; Of War in German Camp the high land rat aa Mr Stef
Approximately five hundred Bartow boys bought. halt a city. ;Wednesday night at hit home at fanl) advised that the glades rata
dollars was realized from the -- S-Sgt. Fair C Lawrence,
( district species) can be more
17 N. W Fifth it after
chicken pilau supper given July, Illness a long brother of C. H. Lawrence of cheaply and efficiently killed by
20 in the Chamber ol Commerce RUE RETAINEDAS Homestead, hat been a prisoner strychnine when forced to canal
building tor ,the benefit of the Funeral services will be private of war In Germany date the FlyIng banks and other high places at
building fund of the new wing of and it la requested that no Fortress, on which be was (Continued. Page Four)
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the James Archer Smith Hospital MEMBER OF flowers be tent Arrangementsare tail gunner, waa shot down Mar.
The upper was to have been held being made by a Miami Funeral -i I. Sgi Lawrence baa been hospitalized
at the home of Dr. and Mr*. J, A., BUDGET BOARDFrank home, and burial will take for a broken leg and : SALES
'E' BOND
,Smith on K. Krome ave, but Inclement place at La Grange Cemeterynear arm, and reports that ben received
: weather made .If neces. Tltuivllle good treatment
.Mary to move indoors. V!' B. Rue, manager of the Mr Feaster, a retired merchant; SLOW AS DRIVE
Highlight of the evening WM 'EC Fertilizer Co, ha* been re- came from North Florida about Smaller Phone Book
an auction at which donated article appointed for I four-year term 181J and homesteaded southwest
List Local
Names
ranging from I bird cage to to the Dade County budget commission of Florida City where he fanned Only NEARSITSEND
I pair of nylon hoe were knocked a* a representative of for many'years. Later he movedto New 'teletnbn' directories e v-

down to eager bidder by LandonCarney District Four which extend from Homestead and a sister, Mrs. ring the TUdland District Mly Only ,two day are left for the
and Preston B. Bird. The lardee td sooth to the Monroe Elberta Bule, came here to live were' Issued this week by the
to the In the extended -
top
over
id. area go .
nylon accounted for f8 of the County with him. Southern Bell'Telephone and
1106 realized from the auction The announcement of Mr. Russ E bonds sale campaign!
For several years he has, servedas Telegraph Co. to the 1040 subscribers -
Supper wa*. served cafeteria appointment to the five-man a director of the Miami Pro- In this area. which will close on July %11. Sale
style under the direction of Mrs. board was made this week by duction Credit Association Out-of-town telephone rate are are still lagging In the small bond
A. M. Logan, Mrs. Ceo W. Turner ,Preston B. Bird, chairman of the Beside Mrs Bule, )lr. Featter lilted Inside the front cover, and groups, it was reported yesterdayy
Mra. Lloyd Delta Mrs. J H. ,Dade County Commission, who leaves another sister, Mrs. Ceo lubtcribn are instructed to call > the First National Bank of
Brooks and Mrs Smith. The say that Mr. Rue I* one ot the F. Duren of TitusvUle, and a the long distance operator for iomestead.
diner were seated, at small tables oldest board .mem bera..1n point of nephew, E. A. Froscher of Homestead numbers outside the area. Although no figure are avail
decorated] with tlnnlas. service Ine reduced size of the directories ible for the district proper, Dade

was made necessary by the County ,ls 37 per cent behind In
Eisenhower Sends Letter Insignia Marsh Cleared of Blame paper shortage, explains District ts quota for Eerie C bond and
I I In Fatal Manager S. H. Youngblood. Subscribers IU per cent behind the rest of
Traffic Crash
In Response David's Good Wishes are asked to take care in the state, it was announced this
In the criminal court Tuesday preserving their books u only week by Horace F. Cordes, executive
Judge Ben C:,WIIUrd dismissed I enough copies to fill essential! chairman of the Dade
'A letter from General Dwight him follow the progress of our charge against Clarence C. : needs have been printed! 1 County war finance committee

t>. Eisenhower 1* the prized possession troops. and Eisenhower. replied Marsk'of Homestead who was I _.
r of 11-year-old 'David Rapreme Headquarters held in'the accidental death July
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iFrledrichs Jr, son of Mrs. Stanley AaMrleaa KxaedlUeaary Feree I of Ceo. L. Keith, Jr. 20yearold Dwellings Reported Purchased I

; Wlttkop, who wrote the'commander Office ef Supreme Command ; sailor from the Key: West naval In Granada Heights Housing Project "
ttth Ie... 1144. base; Reath was killed and
of Allied force In theruropean Dear David: his companion, Edward J. Lavi- 7

theatre of operations, I Thank you fee yew letter ture, was Injured oa the' Overseas Twenty-two of the E5 three- Mrs Raymond 1. Roberta, Mr
note fit congratulation on the aaj good wishes. I regret Highway south of Florida bedroom home la the government and Mr*. Virgil L. Irwin Capt
Success of the invasion. year reeled U sea gee a their motorcycle into a tat* .Mrs. Frank Bernecker, Mr, and
,The general also sent David a housing project recently
put on
naa a* they are very difficult road department truck driven by Mrs C C Powell, Mrs. Rosalie
reproduction of the shoulder patch to get nowadays 1.- Marsh. the market by the Homestead :Pann and Cliff Campbell
'insignia,of the Eisenhower, staff dating my mew shoulder Marsh was exonerated of charg.e Housing Corporation already have I Mr. and Mrs Paul- Oslcierko
Which show I crusader's sword sleeve insignia which, I have of manslaughter driving when been soldTwelve I bought two of the houses Other
0 f. liberation flaming against I ,yea will nke. intoxicated and driving without of these sales were I purchaser ef two house were
blank shield symbolical of .NaiitWpresxion. Geed loot rear light when be testified that made fey, Mrs. !Jeanor.J'rOlcller. 'Mrs. Genevieve Cattarius And Mr
Above the word I* Sincerely.DWIGHT his truck wu parked with lights local real estate dealer, who told and Mrs Herman,Watt*.
a;rainbow of nope including all D. EISENBOWEt. burning and that be had Just to: Mr. and Mrs John Bonanno. The' 'other home owner In
ij B color of the national flags of I left the vehicle when It was Mr and }4n. A. L. Braanen, Mr Granada .Height an Mr and
eJlJca David's step-father, Pvt. Stanley struck with such violence by thesQKytn and Mr*. T H. Griggs. Mr and Mrs. Art Relchert, Mr and .Mrs-
n his >*** to the general Wlttkop, 1* serving with the tocjd t It Mn.K. L..Stev4naen. Mr, and!
I.A? ,$ t. over- Robert Castube .and Mr and Mrs.
: ;Gltrtiii! rprwteit,'f..iii"j ;ta hilpt ':O.'S. Marines at'New River;NC_ Burned:several time., Mrs. paul RpfctofcttV/f Mr and 1 f',. ,: a&.. '", . '


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Pare Two HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE ; '. Jul 1944

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Lt. Robert G. Vrana Is Pvt J. Garland Wynn, ion ot i.: CpUJohn WWrhjrrdi \1BA1
lift ,. mom Mr. and Mr*. J. Oi Wynn of ,Mra :WaJchartJ! :' *rri.vedridwl.
Promoted to CaptaincyFirst Homestead, has safely Arrived m from Fort Fitherf IT C,, fc'vCJIlJ

5{ OUR SERVICE MEN AND WOMEN Lt Robert O Vrana sot Italy.\ Pvt. Wynn ayght mechanr here with relatives, Mr.. which'

i\ Homestead has been promoted to kaI! drawing. ear Miami Edison I ard has been miirt her home *l'
H'gh School, prior to going into Carolina Beach near the
armjj
. a captaincy In the quartermaster
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..- department of the army air forces service Jan. 17 of this year. He, base .
received his training at Camp
serving In England
Maj. Free Presented Flying Cross Min Standing and I I. serving with the Ray Andrew, S 2-C .uSr(. who]
r ; Mrs. Vrana, the former
intelligence division' the in i* stationed at Sanford, I is her]

ill'! Made Commander of Congaree Field home Louise here Booker is, now who vltlting make her her fantry. on father leave Bert at Andrew the home. of MJ

,J' parent. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Booker . .
Th. Distinguished Flying Crow I the University of Idaho. He enlisted in Senoia, Ca. Dr. Fitzpatrick: Buys
David Hubert !
Barnes, Smith
In of 140, and ;
a WM presented recently In,Cherry September
J. Julian
Home of J.
R. B. Reeve and Ralph DeUingef]
received 16,
; i Point, N. C., to Maj. Wilbur A. hlwings on Aug. CAFT. TIBBtTS RETURNS were assigned at Camp Blaodinfl
t Free, USMC former commander 11841. For Two year he served. Ctpt B. Allen Tlbblts of the Dr. and Mrs. Wm. J, Fltxpatrlck to the U. S Infantry and haw
I at the naval air stations
USA Engineer, son of Mr*. B, A. of Miami have, purchased the been tent to Fprt MePh'non..oa
of the "Hell Hound fighter
ii at Ptnsacola and CorpusChrist
John .. Julian place Naranja I
left .for his on
Tlbblts, yesterday
for their Initial training
squadron which be led In 71 Pacific I Tex went I
and overseasIn
i station in Washington, D. c., after rd and ire making It the'r hOl1!".
raids before returning to the '
j June of 1043. visiting, here with his mother Mr. and Mn. Julian have returned j
t f States on My It. Maj. Free; ton i Credited with three and a half to. ,
I
while at Miami Chicago. v
\ of Mr*. J. U. Free 'of Homeitead.baa 'definite kill and seven pro bl..,. on an assignment For Psstt :
Beach. During; big two and one- Dr: Fitzpatrick retired recently
1 been mad officer '
commanding Ma). Free' wa awarded, air
'if half in service, Capt Tib.bits after devoting Inore then forty
at Congaree Field. Columbia yean
.
medal for action ,alD"UI. .i CAB SERVICEat ;
W S. C. where he 'and hla .. has been. tafoned 10 IcsrW4 yean to the practice of dentistry
t' bride the former Ulna Juanlta of '. *' Alaska, the Aleutlsna, Western and WIll presentodby the East J

[.( Ruth Anderaon of Moscow, Ida, W. a WOOD MINI GOLD BAR Canada .and;.,other. point Coast, Dental JSdcJetyfc'lth a loving reaaeaahle NIl
la recognition hla outstanding -
are Dow.makln their home'Maj Warren G., Wood ton of Mr cup
Free was graduated from and'Mr*. O.-C. Wood 'of Gould, ENJOTS' RESEARCH' WORK work In the field, oforthodontist 1 Diy Phone .,....._.. 9100
Homestead High School'attended ha been commissioned a second W. J. (Billy) Clark, pharma- '

Eastern Nauren College, and received -! lieutenant In the field artillery clit'i mate third class, USN. has Dr. and. Mn. Fitzpatrick. the Night Phone .._. .239
: a bachelor' degree'from after recent graduation exercise recently been released from the I parent of Gee, H, Fllzpatrlc* of.
base hospital at LeJeune, Naranja rd '
Camp
held at Fort Sill, Okls. Lt Wood HOMESTEAD CAB SEETId':
of the University of N. CoO 'whHe -he-bas been tinder : : -.. I
S. J. Lee Return a graduate !
S-SgL treatment tor rheumatic fever : F. 0. Ftnsuner. FT**
Florida, ha been assigned to I 'WANTVADS "
From Overseas Servile'Staff Camp Howie, Tex. Billy i* employed now In medical I j "

; t' a" field research laboratory II I __ _
Sgt Sidney i.; Lee, 2), IOn -
the e.mp'.nd. 4* continuing( his

: el returned Mrf Ruth from Let two fit years Could of ,erv baa<. COMPLETES Ensign Robert NAVY Milton SCHOOL Caves, I studies through the extension dl- l * BONDS OVER AMERICA * '
vls'on'of the University of North
Ire a* an administrative clerk inEngland younger ton of W, B. Cave, ST.,
Carolina, in preparation for attending *
was
of Homestead among the 25
: Africa and Sicily, and
a medical school after the
.. Florida officer who graduated -
were
BOW la being preceded throughthe The U.
from the naval Indoctr'natlon war Billy I* the son of Mr. and Treasury -
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: Friday ;
Air Force Redlstrlbu-
Army
Clark'ot Homestead
, school in Hollywood Mn Wm. J.
ken Station No. 2 at Miami
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r Beach. Ensign and Mr. CaVil have gone "The Leader-Enterprise AI the
Sit Lee attended Redland High to Cambridge, Mat, where Ensign high spot each week In my read The Fifth American s
;w School and was employed In'Ml* Caves will have. four'nontha n''lt.. tell* me 'all!l:about 'roy ,. War Loan Drive, open o
fritnds'in''Horneiiead'tml'lntbetervlce to all for voluntary
of additional training.DICKINSON :
,
f. June ami ,before 1941. entering the'army In .. .. . !". BiHy'wretf'hva' .rewn{, ," Bond buying, begin

GRADUATED letter to' the -t.HcIer.1"hay)* .. 'June 12th, with full eon- -

LT. HICK80N IN ENGLAND Wm.'F.-BU1) Dickinson,'son bf aeea Stanley..Wttliop.a'+ "vMber.bftimes lUence cur.Democng 6f the Treasuryyes .'

U. E. R. Hlckson I :of, Mr. Mr and Mr*. S. U ,..and Robert'Gauzens'hftl : and
son ,
1e la Its
l' ic'dllllOfl'l LSgU "- 1 ofscutpog> ; t .
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.and Mr*. 1.: R Hlckson oi t Naran- was graduated Monday, ,\Invited: 'me:.to.. yla/f j-,lh1 i. . ...
Jacksonville NavalJdt:Ctmtprs'School 41ITnily'.b tCtiMg f'yl'pd} rlry! : '.. .' ;
ja li serving witH the 'anriy'ilrforts 'l ,'1 S' i :::. i
In southeast England: Lt.1 l .with the rat'ng'of petty V .
t 'Rickson ha flown two officer third 'clau. Bill use ime '. Heat .Bohrcns, ,/ormer ; ;
and of 20 honor men .In till class of homestead lawycr'is serving with "
bembard'er
a* at the time ..
.f his last? letter to his parent 2JO. and I* being retained at the I the army engineer, rebuilding '. ," > . '.. .. In' Holland, Nails' an
l' 'was'serving aJ gunnery. officer school a* section leader to be reaponilble airdrome, Inr he tvake-'cf :AHIH- 01 ". r ,o* '.,","',, 'loan fUrting: while a.""Inofclnf tfth r fbr4|Hr" '
at tit bate for SS men In Incoming Invasion troop In Frintt.be told r ., Dutch financei,
A brother, Blair Hlckson, left claaoe He spent Saturday here, his mother, Mr*. Ctllll., ehrena..f ,. s Bank AV.to'. aub
last week for Camp Standing and on his first trip home since' Princeton, In a letter-written June' < scribe d tojiccadpt
.has -beta assigned to'Ih* Infaa- Thankagiv'ng.' He .:jtnHMed 14. Ch pltrv: ;. ,F. i (;racy, hue'. ; "I.tIt, ttaclr" , :af lower- double Interest quota rate
Day, Oct. 37,' 1M3, fact weal] band of, the trainer" ilia* Lois|
%y,at "Fort), McPhenon. ,near. Atlanta. 1'lavt Buy Mot Than Btfor '
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Behrcnt
: 'radu.ted..a radio man at Jacklonvllle -} anda brotli.r-jR.J of

Another brother, Richard Hick. Naval Air Center before;1 Sit Behren?!* scnrlnirrih the
S Joe aubcjiater beginning Infantry In'. France and writes, of
aon serving on a gunny .
1, sleeping In foxhole .Put Chaa. ,BROOKER LUMBER COMPANY
.ba e CpL Roberta Harrison I'nk Behrenat younger MA of MnBehrent .
expected to arrive home thl* : '
trainer operator at M.rlanna.I ) writes that be hl returned
week leave ,
on . Fit. spent leveral day here vis-I'' to hit outfit after eight[ Henry Bro kert Jr, President

Set Howard Wot.aon .f Mr. lUna her parent Mr. and Ml*. week 'of capitalization in. Italy

and Mr*. S. J.. West of Homestead, A. l, Home. and her: daughter, and now weigh lw pound: .instead AOMZ$ EAD"FLA.' PHONE It
ha arrived In India after a *lx. Betty. of 14S pound I . "

week tee triP. Sgt. West AFF,radk -

:': > operator; >",.bMl sirs "KVloe;
about 11 month, and ha been
stationed for much tot.that time
at Mitchell Field N.,Y. BRANDFERTILllERJD'
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Word na* been '"recelved that

We Edward Tladale ha. arrived

In England |1 .
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Pvt. Gilbert Wolf., army girl I I

forces radio engineer, I II Miring I I ,8 e .
overseas now Pvt. Wolfe la the I{
elder ion of Mr. and Mr, A. E. .
Wolfe of Homestead. |I

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'lO-Year Chevrons Awarded 3 Lions .Immediately before.Uoop,are sent Latte WdHn, coolereuce'service toll 11 1
'I oVersas. training] director, announce Mrt A special service training c um 'j }
, For Records of Active MembershipTenyear .1 Edith ranblyn.. pastor. also, will be offered by Mr*. Car. "
Free Methodist BeginTenDay A picnic on the afternoon Of ter. Th e' clan will' meet each .
Bible School Aug. 11 will mark tbe close of evening except Saturday u4 ; 1
chevrons were ,presented )I than men In civilian life the the school, and on Sunday mornIng Sunday, and certificates Will M '! \
I Tuesday night at the meeting 'chaplain said. Although church A ten-day Bible school will be- at.an 11 o'clock program, awarded those completing the 1
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of the Redland District: Lions attendance is entirely voluntary, gin at 10 a. m. Monday. certificates of attendance and course. A study ot the Ufo at
Club, to Harley Core, Chas. Pratt,'I' the men attend on the average, In the Free Methodist awards.for work, willbe presented Christ, illustrated by lantern
and Ceo. ,W. Turner, who had Once a month be said, and religious florid City under the IUI1II'I 'Certificate* WAI be presented slides will be a feature of tile
completed ten years of active services are always held of the Rev. Gladys I also to babies added to the cradle first week
membership In the organization'i .<
The presentation was made by "
Walter Talbot, past prenldent 4,
Pin for one hundred per cent :
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t attendance during the 32-wctk ;
contest last year were awarded to e
.%,.E. KIrby. Lawrence Pope. Walter /J/
I Weiss, E. J. Norman Jr, W.'
,,:Owens, T. E. ,tadl..CJw. L.
Ooley; Mr. Core and Mr TlbotChaplain. >
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Wm Woods of, the lerproudost :
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Horaealeiid; ,Amy A'r Field gave i 00 j"
, I brief history of the army chop-, " > :
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. !'tains' corps"organized during the, :.
I ',Revolutionary War. and told howchaplains : '
1 are on call at.all times the tro '
r 'to'serve .as spiritual{ counselor sin Army' t.. .
f :and at."Pdvtsbrs .to the-men'In
i pdWbnyt.problems. Service ,men lf ,
I feel 'sf keener need for religious : .,,1
i fotth;and.art more"easily"reache4 .' ;.,

IT CONSISTS ol two simple word. ..' ' ,''; .

I Wakeficld to' Conduct +*: t Yet every soldier.who's worth hia ink coveU' it. ..
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Services at St. Johns'Geo. . !
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r. This title .U ,simply t .1
1 N. Waketleld, lay readerwill. :
( conduct the 11 o'clock prayer %oed Soldln." "

service each Sunday during August It isn't just happenstance that so many women
: 'It St, John's Episcopal
! i i Church while the rector Dr. A. L. s in the WAC have earned this title-the proudest

: Burgreen Is on vacation. i t in the Army. 1

'Dr. and Mrs, Burgreen and their Wacs working both here and i
l For wherever are ,
Earl and Zella,
children, Robert
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I will visit In Tampa with Mrs. Yak, overseas, there you find a job well done. And done

I,Burgreen's father C, A. Poling, with a spirit so gallant and fine that high Army t
and In Fairmont. Va., with Dr'Burgreen's I
officer everywhere say of the WAC...
parents; Mr.anil Jlrs.Ci t
; R. Burfreen. They're aoldier. Good soUlertf I ,
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S. Miami Sunday School ,

i Begun by Local Pastor .. t

fXl church'school was organized \ "
I Sunday: aftsrgoosRtby? the Rev.t fl

I 11)d.;Jrfri'Homestead-,Bruce'i, dummlng Presbyterian ot.the : :

lChujh-at.the new .South Miamlu, x a So/dl e 1 Tr
f !Icnurchi whichis meeting In the"

.CI''O Plum' "Woman's. Club .. ." .Q' '
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J for the present.-.- ;Mr..C. b\llld-I.

, (>vtll ,servo as.:.uperin : .' .
t the school which I 1o have
I 1 era ';'andopleers fromr the- , its v '
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f July SO_ -s-92. 71 29,N 060 ..
9triyir ''tl 68 30OJ: Ul : to:
July| 22. It 69 3000
.fIJI 2392 88 10,86
July 24. ,t9469. IB94' OOt Good soldiers . .
I .iIlI,2I1, '1 69 29.(8 1.72July
26. /, .91 "' 69 30.01'

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I ]11-:;' Uncle Sam 'the WAC maps Making for%strategy combatWOMEN'S ;


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clamps Al through Z8 good In- ARMY CORPS
definitely.
':'PROCESSED COODS-BIU 10poinV Tl

stamps 'A I through Zl. and . .,
At:;'good Indefinitely. f ."c '1," ton nu MPOMMrMMV....< Ac Ifemm'.Army CW?;. (e (..
SUGAR-Stampe. SO, 31 and 32 nearest V.I.Army Iftl,., SMi.. Of mWf the MVM WfoM.C' : ,
t M-Book' Four good Indefinitely C4icking piWS roI
" W] five pounds. R .w a god tam we Zmes aV.
{ Stamp 40 good foe 5 pounds of ARMY
tinning sugar through Feb. 28 of ItECRumN
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... nfett yeer. Spare stamp 31 good .'lff At Aft ''LA.Building, .. a i
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Airplane '
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j ,iOASpUIfE' -A-10 coupons good I. t
through, Aug. 8, 1f4Ite- fat 0 sm'eaAOOaL1d .
FUEL OIL-Periods 4 and 9 -
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LEADERA1ZR ENTERPRISE ...:. Jul 241
Pace Four HOMESTEAD --- --
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'. I 1 A campaign to recruit 8,400' grounds. " * prevent'seepage of

HOMESTEAD LEADERAND i THE nurses for the Army and Na\7-1 Machinery was set In motion water, and

the rate of 1,000 a month for Monday night} for,removal of the made for drainage eonttmln..1 5

ENTERPRISE 110 Army and BOO a month for, bridges by the passage of a resolution wash water, etc :!

r..4ooI Is Mil FRONT I I.t e has been announced by the Monroe County theta won in good

094900" __ _n... t ::1V; Manpower Commis j Commission asking the state to from the British ,

1 rsrlkwd Yuan r .... sion. Nurse In the Army now tear down the wooden spans. Included Mr Steffanl said, "and we are)J1i;
be w asset lIMe .-... can.ar. From flow on all service item I' have the full authority of their In the resolution was a obligated to return them In the'.,,1 f''

14seal "n furlough win get a gallon of I officer rank. waiver by Monroe County to any tame .
,I AlCRnr I claim on material which might be I Farmers ot the {
gas a day, up,to 30 days, rather area were eotnO
i rrrYrtd RAM.f than the S gaty>nsflat. per furlough 'I New, non-highway, serially- salvaged from the bridges. Six-: mended by Mr. Bird tor their e.-'3
f 1 NAIUAIUX LCACL Aaowea E-J teen thousand dollars has been set cellent co-operation last
; allowed;, previously. numbered' gasoline coupons year wlthj
tJJ.' I and R-J, are now being issued in up in the Monroe County budgetfor the service which placed approxi-ffl

"i Kerosene UM on the fcemeleeul strips, to farmers and other non- the construction of lateral mately fifteen hundred BahamaiuS

j r muit be reduced wherever possible highway users, CPA hss' an-' roads to connect the new highway One hundred seventy-five hands,

: I oMcmirnoif BATE this year because of the tremendous nounced. The new coupons will with the old and prevent property have bqen working throughout the i

l I !. Daily t;...trt S mm M 1' MH, and Increasing consumfn be good concurrently with the owners from becoming lio- summer In lime and citrus groea'j
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o-IIe D.*. rr CMitrt s *., "||tIe'l tion of kerosene In vital war fu- C-l and R-I coupons now In cir l fated. and are housed In private quar-J

t suei 15,. *<..*. e1l. Diesel fuel oil, made of 'ap culation. The five-gallon R-J | ten at the Homestead and Goulds*I
are printed In blue. Ink. | camps have closed down until
proximately, one-third keroseM coupons FARM LABOR I
: a...... II -" ..... _ trifc next
I and one-gallon E-I: ceupons season t
MTb fractions, bulldoxers pjesel
nk II. IMS. M 44 power
i MmirtiU. rlaeldti i---" ass d J JI trucks, caterpillar tractors,,.OMstrurtian in black Ink.Approximately. (Continued; From Page One) Plneland tomato farming will
aa.. int.I . I
i ; machinery: ; dock and I screened throughout, have sanitation about Sept 1, and It to ex.

!.f. yard locomotives, every American IS per cent of and bathing facilities and pected that the demand for labor
,1 Crotons 1 submarine and nearly 100,000 the food needed by American 'suitable beds stoves and, kitchen I! will be such as to necessitate I'I'beln

Invasion barges. PAW calls on troops In the South and South- equipment. Outdoor pumps must reopening ot the camps by Sept.
'. : Crutons remind me of folks.. who. ]l users to use sparingly of kero- west Pacific Is supplied by Australia b* cemented around the base to j 15, Mr Bird says. \

i never know ,+sene' .alsd known. coal oil. and New Zealand the Foreign

Just what they want to:be CMwhere ; raage-oll, lamp oil, burning oil Economic Administration re'

,' they want to ge and stove OIL ports
: l' Or .f wagging puppy dogs whose I I I

, ) pedigrees are mixed A caU for qualified nurses to STATE RAZE Palms
TO
: Or van -colored patches that tq Cafe
:, | help provide adequate care for $
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.." garments art affixed.I disabled veterans has been Issued (Continual From Page One)
like the leaves that +P
; good green Administration.Hospitali
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Veterans
I by the Club and other famous fishing,
t know what they're about
: are classified fa three spots. Rating of the bridge wild I
i !. From the moment of unfurling groups-general medical; and surgical force fishermen to take the longer -< Has ReopenedThe
t when from branches they pop '
tuberculosis and neuropsychiatrtc -
I route over Jewfish creek(j
. i out.
. l 'j Nurses work eight I bridge to reach good fishing'!
. \, I'hours six i days a week with rotating Palms Cafe has been remodeled and '

i D-DAY FOR RATS shifts and additional company. LEGAL NOTICES redecorated to serve the public in a still better
\ I ution for overtime Living accommodations I
. o (Continued From Page One) a may be obtained at 1 manner. Our reasonable prices will remain in

I the time of high water hi "'el)the hospitals. Interested graduate TIE IN ELEVENTH THE CIRCUIT JUB4CIA1.COURT CSBCUIT...' effect, and with the best of service and food.

fait I SNiraes from reoegnixed schools i IN AND FOB DAD aHWT1' i
t : should write to rLOakaA.1N .
One hundred pounds red'wbe are registered
. quill costing $rtj will be furnished -!Medical DlI'<<'tor', Veterans Ad- caAIICUI'lie. MMOCORGK I .

: by the county health unit ji -mlntotraUen. Washington JJ. D. C w. -. .,. SJU
i I for mixture with 1,001s.. el'' -- --- ORORdC: W. KOS U ,... ROUT CHICKEN AND DRESSING .._._ .. ___ Ue
: aooiL a kt. LOWE Maas W Ass
, I humburger which win leant $40. community for the 'boys who will, hrb.ad ..dwe" rrkad,.J. U. GOLDEN atOWJI.R1ED! CHICKED.*-..:- :..._ ,Ue. J.
y ,1+ The unit also will furnish campaign sooner than wt realize, take their "I.UII.. T-BONE nVAsUfeOVnlE A .WE8TEKN.._ _...,)LM

0, Information leaflets for places ai successors to those who sues acJUKOEL,m.a W46.016. U -I..oWII.I TEAL ntAK _, ise ,
j l public distribution and ,mimeographed are running things today I. ........ '.." IaM..' .c_, IL. tEGVLAR'ftEM.a: : .::!:+ _ew JL.:_: jS.u-r 'xlLOUIS'E. :
sand/ourka.war R
Instruction sheets for'I "Moat of us are so busy now I and UM H a W a
workers reported ,Dr. Ceo. M. 'asap........ Mrftr k* .'
\ with so many things that our boys CpHPAWV ,* :
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! I Mac oMlJ ef Miami and girls are allowed la shut fat Um .4 urjlas.. :w, riftUk .. 0. *

S .' Frank W.'StlllmU, wile served I themselves In a time when ad- NOTICE or a MAITU .BALL :
i a* general chairman h Initiatingthe ,rice and cUUteqce are' critically N-dlr.-1fiverwel M ft K* .iUmtfawnr .' ': COHEN : -- . }
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b qt the' riui I DXM J .
I ': drive, and Uri 3. T. B. MeElrojr needed. The result Is 44 per cent r__.a w.aaf.wa read.ad, by '..

, / ,. actiag secretary *rea nUI -I Increase* ...... nay ever normal .... stud Curt t. U.t.,0u.I, low ginned t loos ; o'
. ate of the eonvmittoe. to MM Cwt Winding ,. .....# CKOaCEw -
; fled ia attic* by* "lowThe
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Loses.. .. csoacc w KOSEUi !
.' 'I T E. Kirby was elected KlwaBis Club .C Bartew ... a on. Koea. WWII kited fc. N. Flagler Ave. Opp.. FJLC Depot '
: f treasurer at the group. I I bw twwd w ease ..... J. w. wi
\ ) \financed the trig ef the Bartow Lowe *rt ""I..... Mtf'KU8B!: t
1 j Mrs. Eugene Fontaine, eaptalaot hers to Homestead. Traaepeita.tieai SCKUCGU. a' ._ as *. Oak d..
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: the Princeton Casualty Stettoa .M k.rr d Ice sea/ sew
difficulties made them unable
0000.:assess 'W. Daasa alb/rd. ds..d.d -.
? I Mrs. S. L. Dickinson and Mr. .
I te aooept an Jnvrtotieai to preceedte wee A.W.aDUCW CON.PANT.
}} ;' I SUftanl committee.were named as a publicity -' Key West but Mr. Xoeitllne Ik* SM. a-ww-tt Florida.., 0::"D.5..r.b.tba haw .r I i iII i -

. 1 took them on a flatting expeditionto Below ItoMir hi Chuwnr WHl I
,: 0 The executive committee will the Card Sound bridge Thurs ..h>M4 Vr UM Court ta MM i.ii'ii, owd. '
I meet each Wednesday night at end. toleesw d .. urns {- / "
day. They will leave en the return -'II offer .. a-r1.ad ra. al psale' : ; ,
t j r ; o'clock in the city hall throughout -" trip to Bartow today M tW kirt and beat bUdn. for
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\ ', the drive. Mk .. .W SnMk Dar of UM Can_
t : At the next meeting a big map I Mr. Koettline was accompanied ., lIMe Ca.a4r. ta eke city H MU-t. \- -
) f' day at A.
by Mrs. Koeitline and their ftoe4U. a. IN-ad-y the fib .
1 } I of the area and smaller I8C oIIii' 'I sad. ..... between OM boom .f stars
will be furnished by Preston daughter.: AUeoo. wh visited .stock" ...., ...*. (_ .'.)...*, ...., the I THOUGHT MY
maps friends here while Mr. KoesUiM mm ...... tan ..... ..,. Red. tlw
ii' B. Bird, for use In blocking I tans tile bail Waal .r Ml*. the lug.
off the district and assigning,.and the boys camped iLtgton ...... drsibd M.pary. .bind In VISION WAS
territories. At HalL Dodo Csa4r. r/I 40-war
workers to their y
TW S MQMIVT pap. IS .I M ,ha ttndb'n-A ,
II that time. all committee memben Mr. KoetluM is pastor of the irWUtf Ik* saartkesst Qusa. aJ
n representing organizations wit Barton Methodist Church. Mr of S..>Ui. II Tow..l.. 64Reath. GOOD !
a..0 II -.ItrI-. bad being
submit a list of their active workers. -I Members of the Boyi' Club of to no. C..II. n.rw.
i I Twenty-five La.have: Bartow who made the trip to Tberid p_ r sts..Y: b
\ Homestead are ether with ell the t-8 aaaft. h__
j pledged active participation In i : .ante ad. ....,-_ thoIn-
the campaign. It was reported Glenn Bowling, .L W. Marsh, ....1... er I. say .... apperulniyL
Wednesday night by President Jimmy Harrison James Tucker base .ok) to M Dated this till ... .( '.1.. 114.E0W .
1 I Robert Carter, Eugene Bas*. Keith
1 Walter Weiss and ten Rotariansdefinitely I P. WHITE.Svvfal .
, will take part, accordIng Richardson Inn Richardson, abwwr' t> Cki!*nrGKORCK .
I Jimmy Devereaux, Sherman Han- ': C:. SIMPSONAUonwr .
to Roy Chandler of the ,Ro--I t"
l tary community service committo. dry and Marvin Watts. rklnUHk.IJilf. W. 10UI

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I. Capt Thoa B. Royal engineer i
at Homestead Army Air Held, 1I .
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said he had enlisted the cooperation -

of If civilian foremen, and
t could guarantee the aid of 31 I

ether.71he.
!. co-operation of the city ao. 1fj
both In the clean-up' drive and It ;

the placement ef belt, was pledgedby
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o, Councilman. Ben W. Morris Mar A$MVell"EAS'IE'1I (au pi preductiva hown at a icrfoui proW"", these days
%he> represented Mayor T. J. ;
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Ii i ris-at the meeting.' ro 0 CRITICAL They art costly/ noire foe our fighting men who need the ,
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1 AVAN'ro' *Mponf and equ era now producing! forcartMi
&A'coIRrcr rtflnk-Cr
BOVS- CLUB I i .. J-nuOan't ahem eyes are In "Iht-be
i txamlnad rsruUrly to snake !
t that vision ti
your Is aeeurate.
tContlnerd From Page One) ,

porter of the Bor Scout movement l .A-' ; ,: : W .
no; ': As Power d low oat oe.erkp '.
sod I* a member crt the Bar- :cT .
. """' #f ; MUSSES
tow troop co mittee. He corre-I ", '{ ." : ; .. ON CREIHT
spends with hundreds ef boys

now, all over the world with o' o. ... $1.00 A WEEK IS. ALL
whom he cam la close contact It Is much easier. sod/ to help finance our government's war

lace he became active in Boy i I ewe... an INVTSTIIENT.: WAR BONDS basis . ..thaate endure '
Snout work m 1 3UEvery : BRACKI'NSOaf
the coatiacaUoil r.ctd..b, UlUer/l. Victim*. INVEST In -
dollar Invested lava boy . -. w '. "
WAR BONDS week. '
brings back I4S. reaeearch along every

this _UM has dlatal.Nt.. .. neHJoaJaeXiv. at"

KotetUn Wld. Yet fetters are Turner' Ftmeraf,Hene, 1M AWAM ,.,
IBAV"a
not as important a. the personal '., "' > .0 ,}c--" *
Interest shown by the men la a 1'1I011. 1M 5"a. Auavl4ca haavica, noassyua "

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.o file ,....-... ......,. \.apaqn. NOTICE OF SALEOf .
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:JIIUUlmJUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIII""IIIIIK'! I Foreclosed
.I \', The John Q Salty past of theAmerican I
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) ',' Legion M taRA on I
",:. ? new activity . Offiolrvkre: Alec I

. ;'; ,.X Hemming, Buasey', vIce post co offitf y .(oAer uHi rW; L J.. I I City of Homestead has foreclosed upon the hereinafter ;.

" Lyon post adjutant U01* c.rI I described and the will be sold auction Masterin
,. I 'key treasurer; Co"t. Each: ; Jr.. same at public by a Special ;

'" !\ past tat historian historian;;John D. M S., bow Harris, uslst-Jr. I Chancery, at the front door of the County Court House at Miami, ;

at chaplain arms,.Dr.. ,"J. A Vth.pant Florida, on MONDAY, AUGUST 7, 1944, between the hours of 11:00 a. m.

\ ''\ .,"Royal Sanfordtyrldc, the! and 2:00 p. m. The sale will be to the highest bidder, for cash, and alfaster's
!' : year end ten month old eon of
. Mr and Mrs. R.' L. tyf+ Deed will be delivered to the purchaser.The .
.; ft the Myrick hole
4 I' ;afternoon . Saturday i
III" lots to be sold follows
::01' "Mrs Albert Reltf delightfully' are as :
)1,. entertained a few lIttle| friends

c. t f ,Albert""The the Saturday eighth afternoon birthday In of.honor tier son off f'I Lots 22,23,24,25,26,27,28; and 29 of MILLER ADDITION. ,

1!' Lot 39 of WALBRIDGE ADDITION.Lots
, .... Children July Ensemble progfAtn Class of was the .

, given at Mrs. R, If titz"trlck'.1 3 4 and 5 Blk. 1 PORVENIR ADDITION.Lots
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r ''i.. '1 home on Redland jA 0 Those ,
taking part in the were:
program ,
i f Mercedes Mills, Frlpceg boraey. 13,14 and 15, Blk. 2, PORVENIR ADDITION.I .
I' tilt Helen Lehman, Sr. Henderson

Carol Louie Long Henderson.FiUUftwk Coins>> Davis Eloise, Lots'40, 41, 42,43,44,45 and 46, SEVILLA ADDITION.Lots .

i !+', 'Bradley, Mary Br* . l:. .Calkins, Frances Watcher, BodilIeo.el 11, 13, 14, 15 and 16, Blk. 1, HIBISCUS PARK.
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Kathryn Ct Sob Krome
...." ,BOX Krome. BeibiQe McEwen Lot 27 Bik. 2 ROYAL PALM ADDITION.Lot
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.. ,Bath Pintado, Roberta Horn. ,
Ii 0 Marion.Borsejr, M. 'rf Ut Roberta, .
*'.&J1dl..Slmon.. fat'f Elisabeth 10, Blk. 3, ROYAL PALM ADDITION.Lots '..: ,.: '
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!Crom 'nd Mra. "1l %atrick. "

t'K. ..J.y"Thi.O":1a.... lr'riiA' {light at 57 38 and 39 TOWER'S ADDITION. +
;the bomb of Mr. ',l>H Mn T 1'1 ,

" .;Let' .....woetil'A.. -se' a left' 14 j j"f" ).,' .. .. Lets 37 and 38, J. U. FREE'S 2ND ADDITION. . *. '* o' .

tor: .AtUsrta.
.'.:,t."t.-;;**..'a" : mxo: .;_..,,' .Saturday I :.. .- : >..-: Lets ..1; 2,6, 3 and 9, ;-Blka. S, .DOWNER PAIZIS'N0.kf" .._'.::. ",-" ;: .. .: ;

*o night,for Akroq. Q. tar a .visit .. :'. , .
.Ip lor.. ? ." .
:.-."': "l\r.\ nd..M.r-.tolt't.e. and Lot 22 BEIDLER'S ADDITION. .
:six children Ov<. m ta aai ,
. the summer eo\m\f 00*,locate .. ..
\" '}.Ti."t"iny'cetfages. .Its'a(ie.-d..td5.of Sus. r nn" Springs'M.-" : Lot 18, DUBOIS ADDITION. "!( ,> .Pl. rWs*"

NIl 9a.f:la IM g Wt this 'week I'
Lot 15 J.U.FREE'S ADDITION.
:
Of he,'brother'M*** 8 H, Ed- ,
war'". Miss Edar1l will return ,' ' ,
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t p to her home Friqpy 'eeOrnpnted"l ., . tot 9, Blk. 39, TOWN OF HOMESTEAD.
" by he .iie9'.M J,c w.rd'iwh b tail*bend f Jbonth In '.
Lot LINSCOTTS :
Macon Ifav.nn.1Atlanta.. ." 7, ADDITION. "
MiasTIarvey" Mae Palmer en- :
:.' Urtained the M Bridge sup\UaI.' weds at 'ttwhomeef "

,'it'',\\. "The 'Junior Mrs. J.XpWoftfe A. fenil III. League. .*,,' :/ Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,10 and 11, R. L. MOSER'S SECOND ,ADDITION.. .
i held a box supper Zusaday even't '"

.the'w', South. 1'bIIt'HethoHlst present were par.aonage. Lots 46, 47, 48 and 69 qf TATUM'S ADDITION No. 1. ; .

; Isabel j5lslle Bradley.
Mary Bradley Russell. >+Ubth Capllng Lots 31 and 32, J. D. TOWER'S ADDITION. ;
er, WUm* and "a"J tt. Cooper
Lucille Roberta, Catalina:: Anderson
Lots and 21 THE TOWERS.
Frances BiWn. dvln Cap- 9,10,11,12,17,20 ,
linger, Uric pad Wilbur Free
Milton Bradley,, gt Elmo' ?Young Lots 1 and 2, Blk. 1, BARBER'S ADDITION.
Frank FnrrtU.;'Je4 button, Edward -

and. Mr Bimkec.'and 'Mrs V"4l. *.A.#n>Stradley Russell" '; , Lot 39, less the South 15 feet LW40, 75, and. 'Lot 76,' less the
e
"Mrs:j V." ;tlv'oneand UM '
x B. A. Tlbblts.wli leave next, fri- .South 15 feet, TATUM'S ADDITION.
day lor 'a trip t\)' Havana, Cube ,

"John1 a. eouna'in'Tower \t'h01h In Miami UId taking and' Attention is called to the time and place of this sale. These lots

typewriting at the Fan American reverted the State of Florida under the Act and be-
Business College." to Murphy. are now ..

"Burrell night,,Jet from:turned AAertciia Saturday ,,Ga-, . ing sold under a tax foreclosure sale conducted by the City of Homestead ..-

1. .where ando"tt.I 4 he baa kvn( gutting Aprli"relatives 1 and this sale must be conducted at the front dOOr'ofthe -House in

, . "Mies Edha SrnUI1 etitenained the .. J* .
Sodake.: dub .eq, edivasday
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."a1 her\1' "W home:%IL...,teems. ;* #t BeY.".nt atl o. Miami.Purchasers are urged to investigate the:location of the above lots,
, is Mano.stead
speeding a'' tew date
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, as ba.ln M. ...*; and:be, present at the sale. "
nfias Rite nv*>
l'. a David.lirien and Dam silver:' .%(howec tar ..for...Mrs.1. . ,DATED this 6th day of July, 1944.:, '

Monday T > 1 i . : ,
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"Mrs, t H 'B'''ndenburg and R E.: EDWARDS
f. 'b.b1and-MJs C l1 4y' 1I-ott.1! ,
ter of MrK:" Brnd'nburg.. .will, ;I Clerk.
, leave tonight for Griffin. 0..' City
1 .where they will spend .a monthwith : 'J .;' .
JoIn. Brand iburfi. parents
na-other Tetettyta." ..


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j t f MOFFETT-DELK MARRIAGE SOLEMNIZED MINNIE DELL WOODSOX WALTER R. PIERCE S 1-c, MARRIES *
.i 1 HAS BIRTHDAY DINNER
1 AT FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ON SUNDAY Mr and Mr*. W W. Woodson I SHIRLEY BURKLAND SEABORG JULY 13

; ),II Min Mary Delk, daughter of training at Fort McPherson, Ga. entertained in honor at dinner of the Tuesday four- Walter R. Pierce, S I-c, USCG, The bridegroom came to Homestead
.) Mr. and Mn J. L. Delk. became and Fort Monmouth, K J., and has teenth evening of son of Mr. and Mrs. O N. Pierceof from Lennox Ca, with his
r i i: the bride of Pvt. John B. Moffett, been serving '*;redJo man on an birthday anniversary Homestead, took aa his bade parent In 1M1, and enlisted lathe
their daughter, Minnie DelLConage
loa of Mn C H. Lawrence of army transport vessel In the Car. Mrs. Shirley Burkland Seeborg! coast guard on Sept I, 1(42.H .
'
1 I' Homestead In a simple ceremony ibbean. were presented the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Gunard received his early training In
I :performed Sunday afternoon by: The bridegroom will return to guests and after dinner bingo ant Burkland of Duluth. UlruL, In a NeW' Orleans and was sent to
tr the Rev L. B. Crantford In the,! service Aug. 8, and the bride will ping pong were played and the simple ceremony performed July Duluth, from which base heseYve
: First Baptist Church of Homestead continue make her home here: group went swimming in .the It.In Duluth. :I on a Great Lakes. vessel 1,
0// : | with her parents Woodson pool < Attendants of the couple were e.ni.n'and:Mrs Pierce will
; The bride wa 11"1ID mariiage . 'A' upper party was given for The guests were: Mr. and Mr*.: Seaman, Jack Pharla am* 'MnPharl mase.their' : home .I In Grand Haven -
fs ," by her father. She wore.a< the young couple Saturday evenIng Lloyd King, Helen Schroeder,. of Duluth I sand Seaman ,,,\MiA;' Mn?Pierce and bee ..
*} white tailored crepe dress of at the Bamboo Tavern. Coven Rose Sincere, Louis; William,, Richard Abramskl of Detroit:, : lnfan \$ ,1l-Rfck Seaborg.;, will '

r ,street length and 'I tiny white were laid for Mr. and Mn Joy Peters, Connie. Campbell,1 The bride Is a graduate ofCen-, arrive,hCTpl>*rt.+ lt.toviait. her .
bat matching accessories, and a Claude Campbell, Mr and Mrs. Mary .Lou Harris, Lure Ann, tral High School Ja 0ul1itJat. I bwala .:.iwlritxr;:,." 1. ..
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> ;Kortage of yellow rose buds L. E. McLaughlin of Miami, Mr. Hodge Vera Mae Andersonoars' '
Neal sister of the and Mrs. Russell Horn, Mr. and Mclnnii Betty Irene Simmons,! i ii9.Wtii
Mn Men a Allen Wanda Smith, Anne Home and MRS. CENTNER HONOR pti :'j-IL'} .
Mr .
bride, was matron of honor. and Mrs. London Carney, .
Sara Fates, GIVEN-AT RESIDENCE O MR;;J.; .A.:SMITH: "
Claude Campbell, a cousin of the Neal and the honor guests I : "
\\ bridegroom, was belt man. \ ..
Mrs., Neal more a blue crepe FREE CLASSES IV SEWING The Calendar I Mr. Robert Centner was.1tpn.i. ,V- 'PottarY MriL: ,t.; ,

!frock' with white accessories and OFFERED LOCAL WOMEN --- !ored with shower giverr.ftlue-, )- ,Hooci Mii.'H4I ftuui' ,' t.Irs;: Webb, :. .
Instruction sewing will ' *, Al Mn; J. A. SmltKj Jr.,' the.hondr'
( :a cortege of white gladioli Mrs. Free In July ?8--Work nfeetingat day afternoon by Mrs. lJ ; .
and the
white and blue chiffon be offered Redland District women guest hostess
Delk wore Homestead Demonstration Club. Smith it her home on N. (dome I '
with matching accessories, and a'eorBa.e and high school girl in 'Gifts weed. ,received from Mr*.
with Mrs. Orlando Wollam.Aug The were wheete,11
of white gladioli Mrs. weekly classes which will .Begin en I eve, gift in ,Edmond ftccttl; Mn,-R. H. Fit- '
Lawrence wa gowned In aqua-: at 8:30: a. m. Thursday Au,. Meeting of Redland i in a' bassinet by 17-month-old ; p6tI k'Mrs8 PWebb'ahd Mel.C .
Neighborhood Club with Mn.J .
; i marine crepe and wore white act -: 3, at Redland Center under the A, Rotherhara James Archer Smith, 3rd, ion of ::::F: Robinson.

cenoriee and a corsage of dark direction of Mr*. John Butts Au,. 8-USO dance sponsoredby Mr. and Mn. J. A. Smith of MI-I I .' '. WOMEN
{ red carnation tied with matching county supervisor of women's vocational Woman's Club of Homestead .ml. : REDLAND RECESS

satin ribbon. I education Aug 4-Meeting of Episcopal High and low door prize were : CLUB UNTIL OCTOBER ,
The traditional wedding marches Classes will be taught by au- Woman's Auxiliary with Mn won by Mrs. Frank Hauiman and I I 'The. Woman': Club of the R d.
were played by Mrs. M. C. thorized instructor, and the work Frank W. Stillman. Mn Frank Webb. Sandwches, land will recess until the third
bridegroom.r can be counted toward high school I Aug 7-Meeting of Business cookies md lime Ice were lerved Tuesday In October, the members
credits says Helen Whiting Fer- Women's Circle of First Baptist Present were: Mrs. Frank I decided at the July meeting
: Immediately after the ceremony, reyra, home managment super Church of Homestead with Mn Skill, Mn Henry Brooker, Present were: Mr.' Seymour
f' Pvt and Mrs. Moffett left for a visor at the center S. L. Weat.OUANE". Mn Carl Deden, Mn L.I' Dane, Mn Frank Stillman, Mr.
Miami honeymoon from which A minimum'of fifteen students Daring Mrs. Hazel Bell, :B. .A Waldln, .Mr*. W. D. Mahan
they will return today.Mrs. must be enrolled. Those wishingto ENTERTAINEDAT : Canon Malcolm, Mrs.: John [I Mn.:M;.A. Baker.Mn. t A. Cpr.
; Moffett has made her home take the course are asked to HOME OF MRS. WOLLAML. Wbichard, Mrs Julian H. Web- I ter Mn: H. J. Armstrong, and
: here for the put ilx yean She bring pattern and material with iter, Mr*. Wm. C Payne, Mri !iMn[ Dave Kufeldt _
la a graduate of the BlackihearGa them so that active work may be E. McLaughlin of Miami Mr.
( .) High School, and I* now begun at the first lesson Don Talbott were Joint hostessesto
employed In the office of the -- I the Cleaners Thursday afternoon t '
s :Wilson and Toomer.Fertilizer Co. The.Homestead. B.P.W. 'at.a, of last week at the home of latn 1
r Pvt. Moffett waa graduated In called meeting Monday afternoon Mrs. Wollam.
j f 1MJ from Homestead High School decided not to sponsor the Alec .Mn L. B. Crantford talked to
J and enlisted In the army In November -' Templetoo concert to be held In the group, on what a teacher 114S1.1s

'. of IMS He received Miami In January should know. Coca cola and p,
cookie were 'served, [ krlrrN S.ru iH.l 1 t : iukk n $ ?r

1 'J I Present were: Mrs. A. E. Paul,
? Mrs S..L. West. Mrs. L. K. Bishop
Jr, Mn Fred McCraw, Mrs An.
I thur Faille, Jr, Mr*. James H. 'V DIXIE DRUGr i ,
'f When Actions Speak .Louder 'Roberts: ,Jr.,' Mrs Crantford.and ,
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the hostesses Pbenes 719 sail /U1 i

CLUB COMBINES- Ken Is peooregale dial Until oftrs vo*ihi"Best!Vsht W i
TRAINING Alwirs. So aka tune now M cheek (fast nlucet,:dses but r
i Than WordJ'I WITH. BEACH HOUSE PARTY ONLY WHAT YOU NEEDing Youes.vings can go fu to buy" '
i ; I Housekeeping theories were put Wet Sumps and tour WM Sounrt can kelp-foil kuy.kil
Into practice last week by six I I extra Wsi Bond thai is so srgtntlr needed.pow Iso4t
members of the Charm Club of
1 f Redland Center who had a one- serer suswe
\!! week house party at Miami Beach saroctir -

i r Mrs. Louise Rtittcr acted is InIjructor .-
and chaperoned the girls
If orb various outing which Included
Jt i a trip to the Indian village IOR S4 u
The patriotic manner In which telephone men and women SCRI ,
AND rtacebavll
I if \ have earned on since Pearl Harbor speaks louder than The group returned home on u d ndbi Re ta.K *'

: I y words. When war started telephone workers were already Saturday vMR. Y tone tpr new
!!i in the midst of the greatest construction program every li lest to 6U e1 e.Ivan W W PauamictuT
.AND MRS J.
D. WTSOHOHOSTXAT
undertaken. war progressed their Job more cams of iiarrast
grew dod
\\1 DINNER PARTY 'ffso ul mtcle. stereos is s ,one a.
II : plu.ted. However, every war telephone service demand Mr. and Mrs. J. D Wysong entertained 64. out bl sndod ab1" sots come ; ?a'V
was met on or ahead of schedule, though it meant work- at dinner Sunday In tap
\ Inc long extra hour day after day.. honor of their twenty-third wedding VSK. pNan a fib' b' V / cpto

I While doing this tremendous war job, the urgent telephone anniversary and the birthday the iaatt also bete u Dtea ."41,440p

: needs of the public were not forgotten. There are anniversaries of Mn Wysong, eta a t e iat'1 Ol9ad step l4ea.tsty

t [ today more than 300,000 snore telephone in service in the their daughter, Mrs Harvey New- bas err d pdss .se at
ton, and their son, HerbertCover at
Southern Bell territory than in 1940, and service b being ,filet' ialA"aaaa
were laid for Mn J. H.
; ..; : maintained in spit of the fact that nearly one-third tour Newton of Florid City, Tier son, 4ac'coa '

: \ mil employee art in the armed force Telephone Albert Mn. Harvey Newton of tAELgtaa t00'i.T" .
I ; curators ire now completing more that 450,000 mon Miami, Miss Irene Stinger of Coconut Ike* jitti og W.aad'nv

call each month than in the summer months of 1940. : ,. I Grove, Miss Mary Nicholson gatrti'a a, .

Accepting their responsibilities a* citizens, telephone of Perrtne, W H. Wysong 10'
: an< Reed Wysong of Zellwood, ,\tffcotW
Mb have purchased Bullions of dollar -Wr Bond ,
David Wyaong, Earl Wysong, Herbert -
and are continuing to invest snore than tea per cent of
I Wysong. and the host and dot
their regular wage every month in 1 ooda:.You will find I hostess.Dr. .a1t 1+btaa .e ie lOw S9

these doing Red Crow'work-nurse'* aid w*.fc--dnatiitg.. SO S1110114.110 -1e>w xasvalst wb?ot 1

their' blood in fact you'll find telephone t14'In nearly r. BrewsicVs office win be CARILA see RtLt WMsi' s 1oaI f

every civic movement designed to aid in our war effort beet ease all sea stress .> Mrs.Brewsler. I ; *V to toa
7 and the betterment of. the communities in which they live Her offlee hews will tr T;Is.

Telephone workers have accepted their wartime reJ 'I IlMt. : co ..M
Thursday 1* UIt
have in the
srMnsibilitie*, appreciating the vital part they '' .. .
sa.SatsirdayM
y successful( prosecution of the war-shouldering their tasks .. i to sjs. S
cheerfullyunselfishly) as the men m arm shoulder I
.s "j .
their .
guns. Dr. Leonard W. Haskin .

.......... .. ... ANNIE MAYHEW,FTTZPATRICK
A, B. hooray, FttMi ttauftf ,.....,. ......... ... Redland Road between Avocado,and Bttcayn* brim. _;
GLASSES : J _
CtifHl:\ .Pianoforte and,Theory ... .; .. '
5Nrtillltnl'TnnlDat MA THE 1err m K. .. tiMi nee .!..(. rw .1 ': Of a
c--' "Ir ( .a w.ed' 'VteUsi .Xytephone, ::1.,,*' Io.t.. .. t
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flak 8; 1944.; HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE: Paso Bevel


Mr. and Mrs W. H. Esson, for.Raefl3ret -


1 tn and -Around I now Wendell In El Bauer are Centro mik'ng dr.,;Cal and their their home'pa.-OASSM ADVERTISING t I ..1



Mils Charlotte Geronlrao, who MATE
; rirtt Insertion lOc a lint; subsequent InterUon [
Homestead has been visiting! relatives In New 8c line

York since early June, 1* now in: _____uu I
Flushing t.. I., after having spent, "
several weeks In White Lake, -FOR EXCHANGE WANTEDPAY

I, -I II Sullivan County. ,

Mr. and Mr*. H. H. Graham of I Sgt and Mrs. Wm. T. Tanner I 1 THS.SWAP SHOP CASH FOR CHEVROLET..

|N.ranJ' are Visiting; in Baltimore are parents of.n eight-pound Miss Rita Dent, who I* In i Buys Sells Anything! Without Tires Write Poet ON

with their ton and daughter-ln- daughter Gloria Nadine, who was nurses' training at St. Vincent I, Repair ad machines, typewriter, lice Box 10... (Pitt.
law Mr. and Mr. Burton W. born July 11 at James Archer Hospital in Jacksonville: U spending -' cash registers (mUtf)

|j Graham.: Smith Hospital a two-week vacation herewith REDLAND DISTRICT listing

I --- Mr. and Mrs B. M. Hind FOR RENT badly needed-acreage, groves,

\ Mr. and Mrs Lon M. Sniff en Mr. and Mrs Adrian Jacobs man. f home*. Homestead property

':'are announcing the birth of asixpound I and ion. Billy are expected to I ROOMS and partmenta. Rrasoo- Have clients for hornet neat

'eight-ounce daughter return Sunday from a vacation Margaret and Betty StUlmaa able rate, hot water and show. Princeton and Goulds. Eleanor

J.ne,' July 22 at the home, of spent in Wsynesvllle N. C. Joy and Merry Janice Lee and err Palms foist Florida CKy. rroacher. 25 So. rUer. Home-

'''Mrs. Sniffen's parent, Mr and Patty Robinson returned yesterday itead. Phone 21....,. (J2 -.,|

',Mrs. Jesse Gasman, on Welt from a all-week camp atMontverd FOR SALE
Mrs Stanley W tti kop returned
Memory it. Mrs. Snlffen .Is the *. 1"1"H WANTED-Fresh, Juicy fits, any
|former' Mice G Saturday after spending three aid and kind. South Pad
Mrs
Eloise 8Im8ft. weeks with Pvt. jfoH SALE-Window shades, different -
Wittkop who Is
.;GounjM who spends most of her stationed Mr. and Mrs. Russell Home who die, good condition, all Farm, Pint National Bank
at
Camp La Juana N.
tIMe In Key"West 'Is Her for a C. Pvt.: and Mrs Wittkop visited are spending the summer In Stu- fixtures Mr. Eva Collins, ':Bid*. JTU)
-
i tnooth. Mrs. .Walter -Spiffee of art spent several days here recently '
Modello.FRYIRS
.
i Miami .jnojher of Mr. $nltfen. Is Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Aebl at' at their home on N.W 12th CASK FOR CHEVROLET: -Muit

,* their this week. Camp Davis where Mr. Aebl I. stI run. No Tires;: Write today.
guest hen .
C
f and S. Phillips -
employed In a civilian, capacity I I ----- Port Office Box 1014. (pJM.
I / Florida Oty. (jyit)
The'Rev. 1.. B. Crtntford, pastor I Mrs. R. E. Sherart and daugh'ter -'!
Mrs. C. W. McEwen .returned; Sara Grace and Mrs Ante WANTED-Good used tumltura
of the First Baptist,Church ol. 1 RARE AND UNUSUAL trees anl
Thursday night of last week from Smith-Gravel Furniture Co.
Barrow spent the' week-end in
Homestead left Monday plants and
night 'tq fsrtdscapint ItOVtplant'lII
; Sprlhgfield, Mo*.where' she vis Key WestContinued. .. (mltttl
j Visit in Chattanooga with h'l sur I "Sunny; Grove Nurseries
and daughter-in-law, Pvt and ltecJ'for five weeks with.her son. ( on Page Eight palm Ave, 1 mile wenof !
,! and WANTED-Repair work atobul1dJ1 ,
and ,
: In-aw) daughter Mr.
: Mrs. U B. Crantford. Jr. I Florida Oty. Phone B83-W
Pvt.
Mrs!L. F. Muench. ,. cement work roots&,
d'Crsotford is NOTICE or rrLWATH roeTAX I (a28tf)
on an 11-day furu
1 fIRCD etc. Ilth Hour Ml storv Box ...,
lough from Camp Leonard Wood, Mrs. A. J. Keynton of Miami I I File STSISMotlr. AUHttO I'HOMEMADE FORD TRACTORSwith Homestead. (dlM)
? Mo. to IootWF .<'* tat
and daughter Mona Loy spent! U. KOUI. fcoMor M OMtooo, of Oil* of I double low gear Excellent *
......' I need groves with or without
several days this week as house Miami Tax Cortlfkow NuoortoJ for farm or grove. Wolf
Mrs. T. Paul Haley who is visItlng |'I..... Ik. lot day of JaM A. D. III, ban hom"3 prospect waiting.
of Mrs. Keynton'i uncle Auto Wrecking. Phone 3 3-J.
guests .... and
off
.. MM OrtlflrM Io mr
\r Georgia, recently under. md aunt Mr. and Mrs. C. H. kw fM dada ojwlloilln aw tax dad .obM / Homestead 11. (21tf) Drop me a postal or call :. K.
"went a major operation at the I troiro 10 OOMC.MM wMk |... Dorn 22463, Miami at my n.pellae. .
.jwrence. ,
'Baptist Hospital In Atlanta. I j ..... CorttflooM ombroooi tie followlo.r4Merlkol Reverse charge
1 I oroorrt ._... ta IM. 0.1sr. q I PERSONAL I
Mill Virginia Sage, daughter of I'1orWo.. aces t __ SMALL CAR r6V ASH=Wrl't;
Carrie:,Baxter I 1 Lot t 11111. -.. ...,..- estate UMool. IF'YOU want to
and. Chas. get
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Sage has entered Ct. . Pore ... I. tVt Post Office Box 1014. (pJM
,.. '..,boihi dl'Iexirigton. Ky.. training St Vincent's. Cots, .Tail.. .!, an.Dodsk'Ie *I write Box 28, .

house guests of Mr. and Mrs. in the F\orifIIO. ,,
Hospital Jacksonville under I
of Sale oecow" tudsr marrted.j
I, .H. "'it1patr: k.Mrt. Bax. cadet nurses' program. Miss Sage the The w4 awam C.wukatft issued ... Is tie oars' s. L Kendrick

is -the mother arid Qvartea, was graduated this year from of Mathes Wolf.v. .,FREE U Excess acid ,
.... Sale (LrttRvet d.atl lot vs.a.eo.d
w. of Mrs parni of Stomach
F.IUpatrJck, IRedland High' School. I --'I. to law. tax rid will: JOaincS or "Is
--t j gestion,' Heartburn Belching rues
11
Bloating Nausea, CM: Pain
. '. .'. .. . . ; let tree cample. Udra. *. ebtb Osetifte.eee ataa etbe lee.

>-' : Brown's Pbarmacy. (pe30)hM meat MkBewMfeel and witO44 -
.f ..asst,
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t '. NOW 'OPEN YEAR AROUND DIM> ado fftk ., 01 IMO A. bM4 N. W. M M. ........, fla

m. R LSATHERUAN.''
/ VMS .., ClmH Own, tw dad to .laln.u,
P Do4o ,0..,. r".1
Date Contr. Elalea asst 1. .... .
I (ClNuIt-loom a.l) I" II. Bb k f .f rOB
I u, Co imam. O.L VXJ4IK- ADDITION .nortlim to tko SO
r l (J.... St. Jay t, 14. 1t. ... 1S4O 4kMwaf r.wd.d to Ptal Salt IS .. gone
: St. rnklto RMOIW oT D4 "" .....
AIVlEA I Irt A : IN THE CIRCT1T cotaT' or ToxLLVENTN riorl*.!
:.ly I JUDICIAL, CIRCUITOP L.n .... 41. '.. ... ... 41 sod 44 of
I rumiM .... J SEVIU.A "ADDITION a'.edlae to IW
I AND roR DADS rotmrr. flat> Ikmof raoonM .. riot Hook If .!
IN r.*NrEir. No. inn on" 40, riiMM _... Pwta :-.*.
cart or HOMMTCAP a .mlrionrpcrallo Florists;
jl of Uio state ofPlnlMtff Florida.I too II. IS is. II and 14. II....* 1 of
1 IIIIIIC\J PARK. rooorwlMr to Ik* oMIwiwif
R nconw to Flat look II it panfell.
110TEL RUT CARDINAL a video, ot .!,<. PuklkiM Ave-.d. Dods 1) 0o.... Fit*.
MoMastarOaaCLORI'av ....,
or TAX ..La M. Slosh I of SIGNAL PALM
('IIITJPIP"TIIII ADDITION _low to Ik* plat .......,
I HOTITX O1 PALS 1 >oiiHr4 I. riot Bonk I M F*.. IT. PwWOf
; Notion hi ...*** .<_ Owe tin .nVf,. H oroX Dow OoMtr. riorMilIV
!t' .Irao* M *_t>l .11......, stoke .** Ulrtu '.. Sloth t W ROYAL PALM
\ > o< MM final norm''"f Fotwloiui* A'l'PlTlON. a'.o.dtow I* Uw plot! UioronfMoroni
Gem I komofon ........ to DIM Curtain mat to Plot so.t M w. 47,
-n. H thr 1ft"" Coon rt the PoMh RocoKh. Did Comic riorUat
East.Coast"announces. IE-'" Jdk5al Cli-JUl nf Plaids tml I lau IT. 14 and H ... TOWER'S AD-
..... for DMO CoiHinr !. Chases Mm"ia DITION. MroHlM l. Ik* .!.. IkoroWrxonM
): : I'Io.-.y ".. ,in Which the 'to Plot seat I. .*.. IIS. ro*
. I CHr'vf Pkrm.r.ad. a nnlelvil forvo Swords, '* Ooot*. rVoWi tLot.
.. \ ... ... . Of" of fhi step of florid. .ta >l>ln.I II I Iva, IT J"I* of J, V. rREI'f IND
. I tiff ...o1 Ruth C'a"'ool.l a ./d.... H .1, ADDITION. MoHliio to tko Hit -
f'
a fk .sae oWWKtanll. I. n fnvtol Mwl. hi.CtaltouT rf r.a.rdd to Pint seek 4 O4 poco III.
apofclnM kr 1eSaari In ->Mt i)' PnUto MoomK County riorMoi
,' I d.ron..- Ind k> lrtw of the t.rtp.I t,M I. I. I sod S, Plush S of
NEW CABANA CLUB ;' I tM-'t will rfr. for Mlo. Md oillralvllo .< DOWNER PALMS no 1. .Mro-imi to
I .. onwnr to law k<.Vrx kid Iko PlM Iknonf MMlM (0 Plot Book
$ Nightly at Swimming Pool and ,Tennis Court '-, for: h U Hw Sn4k howl doer of, 14 0.1 ran a?. Public Iroura. a.4.o"4. .
Open 1 the O- Nuw..4 TKoV Coin". U the riorUoi
CKi of ""..I. "....... .. tk'* Jlk dar of I I| ut II of 1.. C. nKini.m ADDITION
I Aonri. A. D. IN 4. krtwon the horn sir!i .'...t"..r to. Ik* plot .'..ronf iwmnM to
,, .V .'.lo.. A. ... .!>< to silos put Pooh .. pr-o. II, T-.klli Sees
... H. Uw. .- Wl.. a local .)*. <., ...., I:..-.,*. PlrrUi.
'" MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT RECREATION: .Kl Iko boon l.. hd rf. of i-lo. lnlow <..I Thr aboto MMI-.lot-M kId to
<>. HllF-_ -> ... IPPIO the. Ctllr ft No MHo\ pole CowilTk /,
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Service for Guests Station Wagon wTJ' meet Ik-wof i-ort'-J I" fM K H> till'' wants and are.tt.pate.w .....-.... M.
U: Transportation .. .. ...
-ow IIS, Pkll' '-., shade or to our wlo* .. . *. fco*
I Pt.rtds t bio *V .. _._ omM 4Virm,
vour.tram tand.make trips to the world's famous beach. Lot! .1.. WALHTDCt Pound H... tic. rwF of Jillo. A. D. IS44.JOS .
$ $ ., ., .. oMwIw w San .".t tfcotwnf re'.e.'I't I ).. r; ......_.
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*' :2" Doh 0.-... Florida t a BATContoHrtUr
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.it. BoAT antf'310TOA'for FISHING ;:and PLEASURE.Yrite . ... 1 I a..Al/oe t. 'fie alt Outruns! < .lr 14. Ik 14. ._ .. .*.CI

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f '. '\ .Descriptive Literature and Summer Rates.'Riviera .. THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR
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these lour important difference
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NO SENSATIONALISM CI1MB-NO ANIMOSITY

THOROUGH NEWS ANALYSIS BY EXPECTS
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fit MORE EXCLUSIVE FOREIGN ft DOMESTIC COVERAGE

. CARE CHECK ON NEWS FOR ACCURACY
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Price ll OO a y..., w SI.OO MonthSMnNkf
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Pare Eight HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE July 28 1944

Mr. JUUey B Gardner and Mrs. Virginia Edwards' left Mr.and Mr. I'rItalckIOQ'are visit relative laic Paletta and New
} children.: Ann and John Kelsey, Tuesday: for St. Clair Springs spending two month at their Smyrna
IN ANA AROUND returned this week to their home Ala. -.. spend a month with hef summer place in Highgate, Vt. -
1} Washington a Cj after vialt- brother-in-law and titter Mr. Mrs. Audis Ckrpentar who
1'" lag far several week wW Mr*. and Mrs. W. B. McMlIlian. On ,Mr. and Un. Job Andrew wished relative here returned to
II( HOMESTEAD Gardner's mother, Mr*.H. It Ew- the way,.liters. aha stopped to Webb are expected home this BaltimoreTuesday.
ing. Winter Park to visit her son and week after a brief visit with relatives -
;.; U.------- daughter-in-law Mr. and, Mrs. in Americas, C*. Blur Fonyth of Miami spent
t'' (Continued front Pap Seven) Mr. and Mrt. J. L. Murray of Wm. Edwards Sunday with his parents, Mr. and
)J At noon Monday: six representative Princeton save returned..from. I r . Stanton Beck: has ,returned Mrs. J. E. Forayth.
'1 of the rirst Baptist vacation spent la Hot Springs, Mr*. Gilbert Wolfe and her from Gainesville where he was a '
Church of Homestead will have Ark. mother; "Mrs. Margaret Rorke, houseguest -of his brother and T. C. Aldrich was Sunday
( for Hollywood Beach to attend the both of Miami, were week-end sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Tom I guest of Mr. and Mr. Frank
; five-day Young People' Assembly Un. Edward Tomerlia left guests of Mr. Wolfe's parents, Mr. Beck. Stallingi In Miami.
of the Miami Baptist Association. Thursday to rejoin PJc. Tomerlln and Mrs. A. E. Wolfe.
In the group will be: Mrs
In Savannah after vMtmg here JAMES ARCHER SMITH
I J L. Xulp. Mr W. T. McConnell with her husband's parents, Mr. Sam J. Davis Is slowly recovering FLORIDA CITY
{ Miss Mary Moon, Uls Alma and Mrs. J. T Tomcrlln. from,hit recent illness. By Warren Severy HOSnTAL NEWS
\ Pierce, Miss Mable Ruth Pope ; -' -
t and Carey Crsntford H. E. Pray arrived Tuesday Mr. and Mrs W. H. Woods are Mist Mary Becker of Miami CpL and Mr*. Marvin Paths of
from Klatlmmee to visit several expected to return from Chicago Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Becker of Homestead are parents of a
) J. L. Kulp returned Monday days with hU son-in-law and during the weekend x i Fort Pierce, Grover Becker of daughter born July 23 m James
r night from Malvern Pa. where daughter ..,. and Mn. E. A. Roberts I Key West' Master Sgt Richard Archer Smith Hospital.
r be visited relatives. 9 Mrs. O. W, Revell spent the Mattson and Pvt. Pat Hogan of Medical patients this week
week-end In Indisntown u II Miami Beach spent Sunday with were: Mn. Clara VlhUit, Mrs
> Mr*.. Maud E. Chandler and Mr. and. Mrt. E. L. Lawrence: house guest of Mr,' and Mrs. Oscar Mn. Charles Becker and Mr. and Quincy Myers, Mr*. Ann Styon
.. Mrs. Helen Griffin are leaving returned Saturday from a vacation Norris former residents of: Mn. Johnny Becker. ,Miss Alice Rosa and Wm. J.
today for a vacation In Skyland, spent in Hot Spring, Ark. Homestead.Mrs. Booth of Homestead.
N.C. On their way north, they were I Mr. and J. S. Caves and
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accompanied aa far aa Atlanta by: Virgil Lott and daughter, M E: ; Sunday guests
Mr. and Mr W. A. Thompson their younger son, Wayne, who I Dell and Ann, and Mn. Lett's of Mr. and Mn. A. B"i Sever of Alt CONDITIONED:
i have returned home after a visit enrolled there at the Georgia father, D. O. Davis have returned Miami
with relatives in California and Military Academy. Capt Edwin from a visit In Johnson City IlL, ROLLER'SKATE
\ Indiana. Lawrence their elder son, who la I Torn.Beaty ha returned to iiihome IN COMFORTEvening.
stationed at Camp Maxey. Tax. Mr. and Mrs. J. Lee Smith and In Palm Beach after visit-
J W H. Wytong and Reed Wy-' spent two w ek- nda with hit son, laT Lee Jr are expected to: ing Mr and Mn J. S. Cave.1.*_' 1M to IfcM T. M.UmlatUa .
" ( song of Zellwood spent the weekend parents to Hot Springs, return Monday from Plant City / -i lie, plot tax
_I. at the home of Mr and Mn where ,they lave been visiting: Mn. P. A. Bowman anoT daugh
;: J. D. Wysong Mrs J. T. Tomerlln hat been relatives ter. Rhoda Jean, of Miami were Venetian
" I 111 at her home on N.W. First si Sunday guest of Mn. E. J
: Cot Rayburn Horn of Madison Pvt. Hubert Laughlln, who la Rhodes. Skating Rink.
"Ii will spend the week-end at Judy Matthew of Miami Is vis. stationed at Homestead Field MUml
the home of Dr. and Mn. J. A. I and Betty and ttt$ SW nth Are
, King her grandparents Mr. and was last week given the rating of Mr* R. Worley
q Smith. Mrs. Horne is expectedto :Mrs. Stanley F. Matthew corporaL 'e. Roger Harding left Sunday to
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:t Archer Smith Hospital where she
. recently underwent an operation.
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:, Mr. and Mn: Oe.. N. Wake-
;; field and children, Barbara Jean
\' and Norton, have returned from
." vacations. Mr. Wakefleld war
: away two week during which
- time h* visited la Appalachicola 2BedroomHouse
: with his mother, Mr*. F. B. Wake-
field, and ma.4 a business trip to
North Georgia and South Care.Una. .
,: .. Mr*. Wakefield and the
children spent six weeks In 807-
: kins Va, at guest of Mn. Wake- with .
d fields mother, Mrs. M. J. Draper.

; Mr. and Mn. A. E. McMuIUan y
) and children Wayne, Marty, Mar. .
ton and Dora Anne, left Tuesdayfor >
f\ Jasper, Ala, where they will 3 50-ft.Lots/
I make their horn*.

t Mn. D. O/Tilley and children
have returned to their home In '
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Flat Mich ; .' -
Rock. after visiting i ,, .'
; her with Mrs. TUley's parents, In HomesteadLandscaped I "t '" . ,'
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Mr and Mr*. H. M. Cibbs. ; t
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I. Bobby Allen arrived yesterday ,
morning from Nashville to spend I <.
1 month with his uncle and aunt. i l"T ,
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: Mr. and Mn. George CrIm of ) ,"'; \ \ .'\. ', ,\ ; \
'J Homestead. '

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t Mrs Lena Bechdot of Miami Solar Water Heater
I I and ton Teddy spent the weekend -
& with Mrs Bechdol't mother. .
{ Mrs. T, C. SelfertMrt.

:>r Paul Cox-, Miss Ada Frances 2-Car Garage
Johnson and miss Eleanor
t Sullivan will leave Sunday for I
vacation In Meridian, Miss.

e Mr*. Wm Neeley and son, Don. CASH
( aid have gone to Lakeland where $5,500
they will visit for a while before
going on to Mountain City: Tena. :
to loin Mr. Neeley. They will beaccompanied
as tar u Lakelandby
I Mr*. O. J. Wollam who will go

!\ from wbere there she will by bus visit to relative Cairo Ca, _.. :160, Acres, Pineland Suitable for Avocados" and Limes. ),.. I.'

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Mrs Philip D, Ream and ,. ,:, :: : ; PRICED RIGHT ,
daughter Derethy, an* Ruth, left h ____.._ ...,........; I
Wednesday to visit relative la "
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Perry, Fla.

Un Clara Andrew* of Nocate ;. '
baa)Ilea spending several daTiWe..t Benjamin Warren Morris
a* a house guest of Mr ,
and,Mr*. J. R Robert, Jr. JY," "

Mr*. J, F. McCrary la expected '
to arrive home today from West 219 SOUTH 101.63113 AVENUE :. P. o. BOX 4Gfj,
Pont, Miss, where the ha been rM
visiting Chaplain McCrary' par. I
and Mrs, W.. F. Me- .
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