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: August 4, 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: VID00658
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
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Rationing Favors Food GrowersFirst ','







I. Lt Joe Piclie Killed FARMERS MUST FILE.NEEDSATC01TYAGENTSOFFICE i




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nut" U Joseph L. Plebe IOIt one. hospital at Gulfport Mistwin' death OTHERS WITH WPB IN MIAMI j

of Mr. and Mr*. Thomaj D. and has not been advised of his Lt Fiche I* survived also by
and was given a medical dls-hls grandmother, Mrs. Catherine
Plch of Homestead, was killed I' her home stringent M. program gov
charge on Aug I, 1141. ,At pres-Picksrd, who makes
in action over France on July n, the distribution of lumber
lilt he is I patient In the veter-wlth his parents. LEGION
his parents were notified Aug a consumers was put Into ef- 1-
Tuesday by the War Produc 1
by a wire from the war depart.
Board.
Captains Assigned TerritoriesIn
inert No detail. were given'but lumber fur
needing
liM.; Mrafs ?M johw.r\advisedthat : .' District-wide Rat Offensive OF tarin'use may make' ap-
i letter will follow. through the county igrt- 5.

Pilot. of a Thunderbolt fighter I The area from Gould south to adjustment committee k

bomber, Lt Plebe had been ov.r- I FIFfII WAR LOAN Florid City: was blocked: off Into I Legion Park : >0M4 of Luther L Chandler,
as the location Musselwhlt and H L. Oox.
see 'sine early Oil year and II tone for which captain were District honer to an announcement

bad been awarded the Air Medal TOTALS $397,475AS appointed at the meeting Wednesday i and women *nd : : by County Agent Cbss

for completion of ten combat mis night *f the executive committee been ranted by f.n '

.ions, .Hi group also had bancommended of the Redland District rat city: council for "" other than farmer f.
DRIVE ENDS I marker there, "spply for lumber through
for holding one Of eradication
campaign Wednesday Miami office of the War Pro-
the best records of the Ninth Ail All captain are urged by Roy John C. galley Board In the Congress ..4
Total bond sale mad the
force for maintaining./ Its planes by II S. Chandler general of the worker ban Legion by. 5 ", M there U no local
: tint National B.nk'of Homestead *' rmy to attend the meeting .
air for their
in the general C)' her handling
tt Fiche's! outfit had moved during the recent Fifth'War Loan next Wednesday night In theHomestead .' roll commute .. Henry Brooker, Jr, of ;

across the chancel and ha was drive amounted to (387,47500. ofthe'city hall Dade when County representatives minder. Brooker Lumber' Co, said

sleeping on a cot to a foxhole and The sale include Series E, Health Unit will help the local City: Attorney ,.
flying bit plan from a base inTrance $$82,575; Series_F, $500; Series committee map working strategyfor bee been I lumber yard I II allotted"
S.000 to feet of un
; .he wrote on July 13. In O, $21,70000; Series C, $5.20000; the clean-up and eradication ell to obtain '* o. of

the ids feat parents.letter received from. him Itt per cent treasury bonds. drive scheduled for Au,. 21-25. Coast erection! railway from, for lumber sale to over all comers 10-day per-Mr.
by
$121,50000; : per cent treasury Mayor T J. Harris said yesterday 'said, but after that Initial
for which the ell
Then i
he told of a recent WIn that the city is already working do"A I II exhausted all needs
bond. 15100000. rental of one ,,
London, awarded bun after 1M toward the clean-up drive by through government
The bank' quota wa $224,000 pas
combat bout, and complained ol clearing out and hauling off The triangle .
the noise of robot plane that kept -- brush heap and other debris lead post oflce I War Production Board ha I II
him awake Pilots were given Ibour around town, and he asked public been selected M
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"- leave every two week asa HARDY mm is co-operation In placing such trash 0' the marker, I

health measure, he said but h. where It can be picked up easily weather-proof .
wait so keen about flying that, h. LISTED MISSING by the city truck. with room for Tells of Trip
.Chose to go on the mission gather Walter Weiss president of the toot of the See Freezing Plants
thsuto take the rest. Redland District Lions Club, wa tary masonry for I
Joe, the elder of identical twins, ON ITALY FRONT named head of the committee to mount to $1200 at the Invitation of
and his brother, Jud, were born mix the red quirt furnished by has been railed program committee, George
Nor. 'IT. ITO In Homestead ,and I (Continued m Page Four) I I scription told his fellow Rotar-
were Inseparable They attended Sit Hardy Mills missing Inaction tt their weekly club meeting
Homestead school and specialized In Italy according to a* wire of an inspection tour )

commercial art at Miami Technical received by his parent, Mt. and I Rank Is Forgotten as WAC quick-freezing plants from t. .
High School from which Mr*. A. L. Mill who make their I he returned last week. Mr.
they were graduated together In home In Florida City at Caves From IIAAF Meets Son is still waiting WPB
,.Jun.'ot 1040 when Jo was vale ave and Seventh it Sgt Mills of his plans to Install a
dictorian. They were separatedfor ha a wife and baby son who art AU sign of rank and military five children '- and storage plant
the first time November of at his parents' home Three of discipline were thrust aside recently the service. At .
1040 when Jot enlisted In the his brother are serving with the at a U.s. Army Air: Transport distinction of visited plant in Albany and ;
army air forces as an airplane lined 'Orcel.Death Command base In Crest youngest ..Al*., Commerce G*., and
e., J mechanic and Jud was rejected Britain, when', a young second S. Women's ", Dillon and Gran ,
because of defective sight. Claims Brotherof lieutenant approached a WAC Said Pvt. 8. C. H* Mid h. profited
Later Jud was accepted. an Howard L. Johnson private, threw his arms around W ACt because learning what mistakes to ;
army mechanic, and applied for her and kissed her tenderly It all grown up and what good features to
duty,at Chanut Field m.. where Herbert T Johnson, 44, of was the first meeting In the care of In erection of the local i
Ms brother was stationed, but Jot WrlghUville, a** a brother of British Isles between WAC Pvt. a bigger Job to ( plant .
.. had passed competitive exsmlnations Howard L. Johnson of Homestead Or D. Turner, until recently stationed -
and was sent to flying fields died July 24 In a Sanders- 'at Homestead Field; and
for training aa an aviation cadet vme (Ca) hospital after a week* her eldest son, Lt Victor Paul Whaling Expeditions Are DescribedBy il

-Joe trained at March Held illness following a stroke of paralysis. Moore, a transportation corps of-
for Lions Club ,
Santa Ana and other air basest Funeral services: were. held ficer. Harry Songdahl :m

,before receiving his wing and July 24 In WrlghtsvlllevMr A* a member of.the .WAC Detachment .
commission aa second lieutenanton .Johnson was executive vice- .of that station 'la the Whaling was the subject ()( a'expedition 1* mad up of a mother I
July 27 at Luke Field, Art* resident and cashier of the Bank European: wing of the ATC, Pvt talk given Tuesday night before I ship and six klllsr ship which
.H* took operation at Dale Mabry of WrlghUvllI and ba4 bean Turner bad been, serving In England the Redland District Lions Clubby shoot and tow back: the catch to 1
Field, Tallahassee, completed hit elected to serve a second term as for a ; month before the Harry Songdahl. civilian navigator the main vessel for processing ,y
final training at Walterboro, 8. C, hairmarj: of the Johnson County meeting. for ATC who has bought a The entire whale I* converted Into J
and left for England on Feb. It board of commissioners A 10101 \ Entering the tel'Vke"ln Novem- horn on Quail Roost rd. Mr oil and the mother chip has facllltie t '
of this :yean Apparently he had the late Mr. and Mrs W. A. Wohnson. ber of 143. the WAC private received Songdahl ls a licensed master for handling as many as '
recently been made a first lieutenant Mr. Johnson was born her bade training at Fort mariner and has taken part In 14 whales In a day, Mr, Song ,
a* the war department designated In WrightsvlUe, and entered the Sglethorpe, G*. and served at several whaling expeditions out of dahl said. Each processing ship j
Aim aa such la the death banking profession after his grad- Homestead Army Air Field Prior Australia I curie a government Inspectorwho
wire aton from Warthen College He to going oversea where she ;Is Most of such expeditions are i passe upon the purity of the
.Lt. Fiche was home last on Jan.I tad been employed by the old assigned! to duty a* a clerk In the outfitted,In Norway and us* Norwegian I oil which I* later wed In soap j
&when b*flew down in a Tmm. Fourth National Bank In Macon adjutant general' office crews, Mr Socgdahl said and cosmetics f
,p derbolt to visit his mother who and the Citizen' Bank at Swains- Pvt Turner was employed it Whaler operate under an Inter- Th* expeditions rang far aced
was seriously U) in a local bos- boro, before becoming bookkeeper Legion Hospital Kerrville. Tex, national agreement which allow' wide and usually are at sea from
p"L of the Bank of Wrlghtsvni on for ten year and later A a civil. only 100 day open season annually eight to ten month at a Urn*. ;I
: June I, 1019HeIssurvived. Ian employee at Fort Sam Houston but during this period M The crewmen art well paid, but

breakField. .. ,.by his wife,. ,,1 tmonJh hu many aa KM whales]have been 1 whaling .Is IJc.b"/, )' many hazards,
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Ross Is Promoted J Cpl Wm T. (Bill) McConnell: ,
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)6- .. ,. RUSTY SULLIVAN tiarnrlved safely I England,
To in'EriglandRos'AeiU
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t according to word received recently -,
OUR SERVICE MEN AND WOMEN TAKES PART IN I ; JOQ, at Mrs Selma I II : .by his parent. i t
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Kelts of homestead, has been promoteoTto )
at his base In Sgt. Richard 0 Msttson vets
.. .. << ... SAIPAN BATTLE I 1,gland where sergeant he is in the plane, eran of two yean service as tale;
maintenance division -of the army i type operator in Africa and

Barney Godwin in Saipan Assault; Pfe Ruther Sullivan USMC, 1 I air forces. Ross has been In England Italy,Beach Is stationed redistribution! now at the center Miami ,

J. T. Godwin Is Bombing in Pacific took part In the conquest of Sal- for a year.. . Sgt Mattson Is a son of Mrs Sal.ma .
pin and since has been hospitalized -, Mattson of Florida City
.... .... .. WINS FIRST CLASS KATE I .
; --- -- .. "' .... In Honolulu .
"Well, Mom, I've come throughmy the target J. T. reports that he He talked recently by telephone I Gerald Andrew., USNR, hn T-Cpl. Elbert Dolir, eldest amt
third Invasion," Barney Cod- is gaining weight so rapidly that with his parents, Mr. and Mrs been promoted to seaman first''of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Doter, Is
win, USCG signalman 2-e, recently he will soon have to buy a complete David R. Sullivan end told them clan, and was home several days I serving with the army combat engineers .
wrote his mother Mrs R L. new outfitBilliard' . he hoped to be home soon, as ha' this week on leave Gerald, Son ; at Camp R'icker, Ala
I Godwin, describing his participation .I will have been oversea two of Mrs Blanche Smith, II servIng Elbert writes that on a recent trip
In the asssult on Saipan Outfit Wins years oa Sept 12. aboard a mine sweeper. 'to nearby Panama City, he met
Air Cadet Don Done, stationed at
Barney said that his head was Service Commendation
shaVed preparatory to going Into Cpl. Robert Edward Grubbs, P. S. Ferryman, who Is serving Tyndall I'eld and Don's mother,
battle, and that the hair Is Just I AN VIII AIR FORCE SERVICE formerly of Homestead has arrived -"overseas with the army, and Mrs. Mrs. R. H. Done of Homestead
beginning to grow again. Barney, COMMAND STATION' ; ENGLAND In San Francisco: after Perryman are parents of a six- who was visiting. her. son there.
the younger son of Mr. and Mrs July :u.-SIa''Sgt James spending 31 months In the South I pound twelve-ounce daughter
Godwin has seen extensive: service ; Pacific, Mrs. T. Orfanedea, a sister -j bom Aug. 3 In James Archer Pvt. Ceo. Kosel Jr., and Mrs.
In the Pacific Truitt Bullard, son of Mr. and of Cpl. ,Grubbs, was advised i I Smith Hospital. Mrs. Ferryman, Kosel, and their children Margaret
Lt. J. T. Godwin, Barney's old- Mrs. r O. Bullard, N.W. Eighth this eejf| CpL Grubbs will\ have j i I the former Miss Myrtle Connor Is and Richard, have arrived
er brother, has completed several st. Homestead Fla., 11. sheet' been la J service three yean In j making her home here with her from Camp Tannin. Tex., to visit
missions as bombardier on a B-25 metal mechanic st this sub-depot Sept epiber.' parents Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Con 'Mrs. Xosel'S mother Mrs Chas:
In the Pacific:, and writes home of bomber repair bass which recently 4Hugh . nor, Behrena, and Pvt. Hotel's father
was commended by Brigadier I KoseL Kosel: has
the thrill of "bombs away" as the Bowen, rldlom.nC:I Geo. VT. Pvt. a
missies go hurtling down toward General Donald R. Goodrich, commanding USN. lilt week spent several days S-Sgt and Mrs. Ches Angel I ten-day dla.n route to his new
general of the VIII Air with his uncle and aunt Mr. are parents df an eight-pound station at Camp Meade, Md. Mrs.
Force Service Command, for outstanding and Mrs T. T. Bowen. with whomhe four-ounce son ,'Who was born ,'Kosel and the children will makeI
Marine'Whiff head-Tells performance Clf duty during ' made his home here before' July 11, at James Archer Smith ,i I their home with Mrs ehrena.I .
Of Fighting ,Japanese the organization's first year In going Into service 'Mr. Bowen;' Hospital The baby has been I I ,. '.
.. the Turopeai} TheaUf:! t.p rattons. -; who has been stationed In San: named for his father who now (Is Mrf. R. G. Eubanks of Lake
111 never forget the night Juan Puerto Rico, for the past 14 hospitalized In England for Mary Fla., and three children
when Instead of getting Into my Staff Sgt Bullard was graduated months, went on to Metier, Oa,I wounds received In action. Mrs Shirley. Myrna end Robert, are
foxhole under my own power, I from Homestead High where he will visit relatives Angel Is the former Will Annie visiting here lor three weeks with
was knocked Into It by a Jap School In 1839, and prior to his . Ruth Lee of, Go,lda. Mrs. Nan Bashllne. Mr. -Eubanki
\ grenade. The reason why I entry Into the military service Lt Carson Malcolm USA field has been serving for the past 1}
I wasn't In the foxhole In the first Sept. 15, 1942, at Camp Blending, rtlllery, has been transferred Pvt. Luther D. Curl has gone months 'with the Seabees 'In the
: place was that I was standing Tie. he was a sheet metal me- from Camp Robinson, Ark, to Into the army and Is stationednow Before he went into
watch" chanic. He has been stationed In Miami Beach where he baa been at Camp Wolters, Tex. His service Mr. and Mrs. Eubanks
Private First Class Dalton the European Theater of Operations -, Joined by Mrs Malcolm,, the former wife and two sons, Roy and Dan, made their home here on W.
Whitehead, Si-year-old son of Mr. 1) months. Miss Virginia Trick, who has make their home at N.W. Thirdat. Mowry stTHE
and Mrs. I. B. Whitehead 'of I been visiting her parents Mr. and First aV'.. Pvt Curl Is a
Homestead was describing: the Dinner Party Is Given i and Mrs. Geo. M. ,Trick. Last son of Mrs. Bessie Sanderson and WEATHER
wont night of his battle experiences For Pvt. Clyde Swflley week. Mrs Malcolm visited In a brother of Mrs R. L. Godwin, om.toI __ nort ft tit RuM_....
M a member of the famed *! *< BUtt*. HOMIM*. norm*
Miami with Lt. Malcolm's mother. both of
Marine First Division.! Pvt Clyde Swllley left last I Mrs. Tracy Chlnners,' end with Homestead.f Pale Max. Mia. Bar. Hate
Home on furlough after 77 week-end for Greensboro V. C, Mrs Robert Hurrah.Pfc i Sgt Travis Hamilton, who for July 27. DO n 211.I1 o.'lO
months In the South Pacific: after spending a, 17-day furlough . merly made, his I home here, Ilesarrived July U.._ n'l 7iI ,29.11 1).08).
,Whitehead Is a, veteran of the\ here1at the*hothe-of ,hla parents,: John' B. Moffettrwho'-hgs In the States after+servIng July 21. ..,12' 1J' 21.11
Guadalcanal and the Cape Glow Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Swl11e,. 1" been serving as an army radio With the army In'AfrIca Sicily July 30..,.,_ 89 71 29.1S G.OS
cester.: New Britain campaigns While here, Put SwiUey washonor operate on a transport vessel In 1 I and. Italy. Sgt and Mrs Hamilton July n, .., II 71 211.I. 0.11
, He served as a rifleman. guest at a dinner given by i the Caribbean,will report Aug. 6 and their baby son have AUf. I ..___, II 29.18
? He plans to"spend his time.|n I Mrs, Jesse Creer. Covers :were to Camp Butner N.. C, for reassignment been visiting in South Miami with AuI I .., no 80" "72 30.011 0.05
Homestead "Just relaxing" and. laid for: S-Sgt and Mrs. Geo. R. After a threeweekfurlough Sgt. ,Hamilton's brotherinlawand
eating . fresh foods only! Hudson Mr and Mrs. W. W. here H's' bride, the slater' Mr..nd Mrs. Edward .
Pfc. Whitehead arrived here I Douberley. Mr. and Mrs Franklin] former Mill Mary Delk. will continue :- Cspllncer;and visited friends hereon CONDITIONED
Tuesday to spend 80-day furlough Marsh, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Type to make her,home here went I i I Saturday. ,
at his home on W. Mow and Jons Mr. and Mrs. L. H.! her patents, i 0 a. ROLLER SKATE
st before reporting for reassignment . : !I Miss.. atberine ,
ry Greer, Mr. and Mra. 5wi1le" Mrs.]! > $ Orfanedea has IN I COMFORT
L. B Douberly and daughter, Pfc. Don Tslboit army, aerial received Japanese "Invas'on
e ; Dorothy and Joyce, Mrs, Deneston gunner, arrived ;Tuesdsy for 6 money" from her fiance; 'CpL Evening i:. te 1I-M: P. M, I
Caplinger. Fitzpatrick, Rivers and daughter Donna.Marie ten-day:delay en. route from,Nebraska :. Cha. McCartney, who lain' active Admission r. tit -. .. tas
Meet in BougainvilleThat Will Greer the honor guest;, to a new station, ,Pfc. Tal' eombat now with the Infantry In
and the hostess. * ,I bott received his training .t.HI,-'Dutch New Guinea Since Je v- Venetian
the world Is a small place ',llngen (Tex.) Gunnery {School. Ing the States, Cpl McCartney
after all. Is the, opinion, of Pfc. Sam Harris, :1'4r son of Mr., Mrs. Talbott and their daughters, hits served also jn British New Skating Rink
'
Robert Capllnger, US Infantry and Mrs Bob Harris will report I Donna and Patty, are making Guinea. Cpl. McCartney, whose
and Lt. Francis Fitzpatrick, Aug. I to Miami for service: with their horns with.. M... Talbotfa home is 'n'T.n.hUltt. has visited 2769. 8W t7tk Ave Miami
Homestead boys who met recentlyIn the navy mother, Mrs. W.. H. Russell _, frequently ,in Homestead .
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a recent letter to his' parents ,
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Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Capllnger;
Robert: expressed a dislike of
V-mail as being too brief and Impersonal -
and asked, that his letters -
be sent by sir service which RED LAND BRANDFERT'iLiZERS'

time reaches him In about eight di"'l l ,

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, Pvt. Augustus Wynn writes that,
, his furlough which was to have
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' : begun Aug. 8, has been cancelled
\ Pvt. Wynn who la stationed now
In New York City spent last
1\ Sunday In East Orange N J.. all!
the home III his cousins: Mr and I Consult us about your fertilizer require: ____ .
Mrs. F Hammond Hardin.
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Pie Catherine Sheffield, formerly : ments for'the coming year.

of Florida City, ls on fur-
lough now In Miami at the home l -
'of her mother. Mrs. Effie C Sheffield - Due. togovernment regulation and shortages -, : , ,
Pic. Sheffield la attached '

at now Camp to the VaA signal Dom property Miss.office* En!I > : of several materials 'we will not' be able] to{ :.

route to Miami, she visited a1rother..JalMl '
Sheffield who Is a : make ALL of our regular mixtures. But we will ': .' '. .
navy valation radioman In'J.ck- :

sonville.Pfc.. Francis. .Sklner. recently: do our best to ,supply as near as. possible what, : '

furlough here' with his1 I
spent a .
mother, Mrs. Mable Sklner, Pica j jSk'ner 1 you will need. *
is stationed now at Camp 1
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Dr. E. U TrCbble of Covtngton. Mr.and tin.' E. A. Robert and
"Ga, and Edwin Trlbble of baby daughter In Phay. art visiting FLORIDA CITY

In and JlroundHomestead visiting umbia, S.with c.,Mr.left and Thursday Mrs. CoI-1 I relative In Klaslmme By Warms Sever,

.t..r Robertson. Dr. Trlbble Is the Mr*. Fred Gamer of Coral
Mrs. % bert Dt Unto and
fAth,, > ,
"and Mr. Tribble
..4 a .brother Gable apent TI acIIere with
children returned to West
Key
ot Mr*. Robertson
her mother-in-law
t. MI'Io H.
lilt week after a two-week visit
,Iw 1'. Mn. J. Tom Vann has returned SchlegeL with Mrs. J. De Millo.

... from a visit in Vero Beach with
:ow Mr.land Mrs. D. W. Vann. Mr. and Mn. S. U West will Mr. and Mn. Joe Torclse are
n Joel J. Robinson, Dr, George Mr*. W. F. Therkildaon and i spend the week-ond. in Miami redecorating their borne, on Palm fare.
..s D. Ruehle and E. J. Norman, Jr., her sister, Mile Elizabeth: Hall, Noel Steffani, ann of County with Newell their and daughters, Mn. Lovett .
Mrs.
I.. attended a meeting of the Dade have moved to 2572 Trapp ave, Agent and Mr. Chas. H. Steffani.! Robert Murrab
County Commander Council of Coconut Grove. will return this week-end from Roy NelU returned from Fort
I.i> the American Legion held Jut Lake City where he attended the Calvin Waldron. son of Mr. and Pierce Sunday.
'1 night at the Harvey Seed Poet Pvt and Mn. Harry Hill of state convention of Future Farm- Mrs.'C. F. Waldron, has been ill
for several day at his home
t In Miami. Miami are parent of a daughter en of America. N.W. Seventh ave. on Mr. and Mr*. R. E. Scott. Jr,
", Pamela Elaine, who was born July I Bind Bobby Brandenburg of Ml
I, Mn. Willard Flfteld, formerly 19 at Jacksonville Memorial Hospital t.fl'l. Lloyd Klock and daughter. - anti were Sunday ueta of Mr.
ot Homestead visited for several 'Mrs. Hill, the former Miss Donna, left yesterday for their I Mrs.aa3 L, Godwin on, Sunday and Mn. It. E. Scott.
day this week at the home of Gladys Campbell,. and baby are 'home Sterling. 111., aft.r." I began 1 leave of absencefrom
Mr, and.Mr*. W. R. Bird. ,Mr*. visiting here with Mr*..Hill'* par. extended visit with Mrs Klock' her duties as operator at Mayor E. E. Ottoman of New ,
FUIeld make her home In AUus, entsr Mr. and Mrs. Ceo.Campbell son-in-law and daughter- Lt andMrs. the Southern Bell Telephone and Smyrna visited Mr, and Mn.rrtU .
1t Okls. where Maj. rifleld 1* Pvt. Hill 1* stationed with the Dwight Carter. Telegraph Co.Mr Schroeder last week.
commandant of cadet.. I .
She ha army In Indiana,.. ----
been visiting! for several week la Margaret Barnes ha returned *. Earl Field bat returned Mn. Charles! Clinton came from
Miami with her mother, Mr*. E. Mrs. G. C Riven left Mondayto from an extended visit to relative home after an extended visit In Key West for the week-end
i L. Hook and her brother-in-law return Louisville, 0... after In Covlngton Ky. She wa accompanied Dayton and Columbus, O. .:
! and sister. Mr. and Mr, E. L visiting here with her father. RMusselwhfte home by an aunt Mr* CpL and Mr*. William Adam
Montgomery and her brother and C T. Brown, who returned to Mrs. L. B. Danxey has moved, of Miami spent several day last .1
,later-linMm.WmMusselwhlte. Covlngton Monday, and a cousin, from Homestead to Naranja. < (Continued on Page Seven) .
A eon, Richard Eugene, was Dennis Brown; who win visit here
born July 28 to Mr and Mn. Edward .--, until Aug. 25.
Capllnger of South Miami, Mrs. Stella Harding of,Miami If .
ton and daughter-in-law of Mr.. a house .guest of her sister, Mn Miss Helen Dent of Miami spent
and Mn. E. S. Capllnger'of Chas. W. Camp. the week-end with Mr and Mrs.B .
Homestead. M. Hindman. During vacation
Mb Dent U employed at Bur-
The Rev. L. B. Crantford will! t
Mia Virginia Walker daughter return today from Chattanooga din...
of Mr. and Mn. M. P Walker Venn, where he visited his sot
Mr. and Mn. J. B. Hardy and
Homestead, was graduated on and daughter-in-law, Pvt. am
Wednesday from Ponce de Leon Mrs. L. B. Crantford Jr. while daughter, Miss Jenny returnedlast
week front Shellman, Ga.,
High School. Exercise were held Pvt. Crantford was on furlough
at the Coral Cable where they had visited Mn Har
Country from Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. '
dy's mother Mn. S. S. Saul, I-
Club. WM T OTNER RgLtE O4
Mr and Mn. C. M. Barrow left Frances I' NAME WAi COL.
pr. and Mn. A. M. Logan and Wednesday, for Thomaavllle Ga., Mil Mary Rutland. BETTER F. CODY Are
IOn, John left Monday for Hollywood where they will be house guestsof daughter of Mr. and Mn. J.
Beach to spend two week Mn. Barrow' brotherinlawand Rutland, has returned from 8.1
sister, Mr.. and Mn. W. H mer school at the Florida StateCollege iWIA
Mr*. Carl Anderson hat gone to Cook. Mr and Mn, Hollls Bar- for Women In Tallahassee 1
Henderson*'Hie for a brief. vacation row of South Miami and their I
after which aha and her sons, Henry and Gary spent _
daughter, Marian who has been Sunday here with Mr. Barrow Mr. and Mn. W. F. Fox left
attending Camp Tonowanda, six parents, I Wednesday for a vacation In Shel-; f ?/ FOI THE G t D /

TOlle RUt of Hendenonvllle, will by. W. C. I
return home. Mr. and M.... J. D Mr. Anna Wldoff 1* leaving I EDUCATIONAL ANDENTERTAINING
Reid who-'are'vl ltlng relative in today for her home In New York I Mn. Robert Smith returned; /
Aiken, S. C.will return to Homestead City after a visit here with her I Wednesday to Key West after
at the. same tine. sister, Mrs. Chas. 1'. Enquist. I spending several days here at the 'LOOK FOR. it v4 TM. PAPCIt/ ,
Jess Gossman ,home on W. Mow
411
ry U and Mr*. Walter Sniffen of
Miami returned to her home after I .
spending a week here. Jess

West Qoasman spent who the la week-end employed here.In Key How well do you know American history

You'll find it fun to check with this new and
Mr. and Mn. A. L. Lanier and
Swap Shopin daughter Sandra have returned informative series. The first will appear in

from a visit with relatives In next week's paper. Watch for IU!

.Millen, ,Ca. I
"'"
Mrs. Paul Cox, Miss Eleanor''
Sullivan and Mill Ada Frances, LUMBAGO
Johnson are spending several days:: ,
In Daytona Beach with Mn. Wm '
Hathaway before going on to HARDWARE BUtOIN)
,NEW LOCATION ;Meridian, Mt .., Where they will PHONE il HOMESTEAD FLA.
rat i -bf house guests. ff Mr. and Mn I
I. John Powell; brother-in-law and
I liter of Mist Johnson. I

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House guests of the Rev. .
former M....'R. E. Hastings are Mr. Has- .
Ing*' sisters Misses Lois' Jean)'
Jnd Virginia Stewart of Darlington -,, Concrete Rock 1
HOMESTEAD VARIETY STORE S, C Mr. Hastings returned :
his week from a trip to Fort:
Meade, s 'r ss 3y
11 S. Flagler Ave. i
I Mr. and Mr:J, F Grubbs of $1.30 per yd.Pea .
i South Miami daughters, Barbara 1
and Dorothy, and their niece,'
Johnn'e Mae and Wilma Jean|
Hamilton the week-end with''
spent
BUYING SELLING Mr. and Mrs. T. Orfanedes. broth-* Rock ......................$1.50yd. I
,
er-ln-lsw and sister of Mr. .

Grubbs. !I %R Chats ......"........._?.......:.....,.......... 150yd.

Mrs. Jack Miller of Florida
SWAPPINGdo left Monday to visit Mason Sand ............?...-,._... 1.00yd.
)i Orlando. CIl'I

$ Rock Screenings ................:...... 1.00yd.
Household Goods The Ref A. A. Koestline :
Bartow who sponsored a
Musical Instruments trip 01 the Bartow Boys'.mPln'l.Clubj). 4 No. 1 Road Rock............_..,.... .85 yd.
here last week, was accompanied i
t. Fishing Tackle to Homestead by Mrs. Koestline: 1 "The Rock that Rinds'

and their younger daughter, Miss
Alene. Mrs. Koestlln wi a
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; house guest of Mr and Mn. J. ,
Complete'Stock1 .of SIMPLICITY' U.Burton and Miss Alone visitedIn
: Patterns
I Modello with Mia Lenora NARANJA ROCK CO.

''l New Fall Style Book Just Arrived Williams. MIA Waneta Koestline, t
" elder daughter of Mr. and Mr*.
Koestline, I I. touring Virginia this FLA-VTi NA1ANJA. FLA PHONE (71
I
,. summer a* member of a Methodist
I Youth Caravan which, organise
I young people' groups at,the .s
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HOMESTEAD LEADER! [ U. S. Prisoner of War Camps Seem Like

ONITI NATIONS Q Q2Jx

AND lOTTBPRISEFM !:. tau +'!r Sections of Fatherlands Transplantedof


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'oo1oi10..... ,..we" '"' ---. ru, Of more than 180.00Q prisoners New York Time
by tile memo lIMe r Mi...... Cesare.x"1116 : are translated
7 j war now held in ever 100 permanent and regularly put on bulletin

I camp in the United board
114AR" leas
States, 130,000.. Germans and There are libraries In all prls.
MUnar1 Lracwscats t e? 90,000 are Italians, the Office of I oner of war camp, and the PW
at.aaaeas rdhw '.War Information report Only I may own book passed by the

rear mom rss.ru De.uf101f r.C 200 Japanese prisoner of war, camp censor. Nail propaganda
sod
ladenstra.calrnol
taken captive on the high teat or literature la not permitted, although
aIWArDO yetrlfLD/
In, Isolated outpost have been many German language
Sarre N a.ellaar aa ear eslsen arl a a*
.. n.& caner a i: a -- ts.1'0.4w rases.sot v ear.."to aso.eh, brought: to. this ..country. book are Included In library col.lection .
.emit
r.-.onr : onus w.t IL arse beef hnYlhere wAr German and n'lI.n'prlaonera *. Scientific textbook are
.t DowIo t | M, "M' 2 w sae errrv link.0ne saso trasse favorites but
e.w.IlMrgo.M..0. all 41to"Soma.to. are here for three :'reasons: 1, It German"clastic* are
4* more tconomlcal bring themto widely read. Inaoeeamp with
....... ...... .
S,00 prisoners
r ekes sea .rare JOt are, studying
j .. thU country than to ship food
Kit. M . MM .,,Iee M
= .: trlgU b
i. . PIerWe, s4 s.. w w oversea for them: 2, It I* dangerous -' ; .'
.... e. lam
to keep large group of the Teacher, om* from leading
enemy In the rear of fighting' German unrvetaitiei,'doctor,. op-'

It Costs Not a Penny ONE ASA/Nf1' -SEYfM.ale.e.aa..easoenoes..al troop; and 3. Amrican aoIdlotrlov.raeaf era ringer, muslclsns, scientists
may be better titillated and skilled technician\ are

'. '. By Annie Mayaew FnspatrlrkIt .some wwea avr r grew eaeeee 1 otherwise than In guarding prisoners among the prisoner Teachers
.gas me wnaw
eves wear .r
costs not I penny to see the .r ell w.. No .areal, 10" of w.r.Jtboullh organize classes, musician aeveU
un thin u. a.ra .era ...n..ewohs did op orchestral or choral group and
/
Japan not ratify
>'ar ea.rss AirA1L /
Or to feat the loft rain on your the Geneva Convention which doctor assist in health programs,

lac. I govern most of the clvljlied nations The International Red
To breathe In the perfume of In their Internment of prisoners the life-line between the PW and

newly mown hay I of war, this country treat their own people operate seven
Or to watch the stars -{ Japanese with the some consideration ships that regularly crosath* seal.

In pace, fie 01111(1 "ElJIr NOMdtl' tIII..bf..1Iot given l Germans and Italians From Philadelphia they head toward
.wln'ln'l era*Wft a sMyee..aA"a aaetastarea "..ale rear sa saw A VW"t- Japan agreed to follow the convention Marseille, wIth- rcela' and
jit coats not a penny to low erne.far can' r a sow TOM.b,.. eeuMtt Hnn,MMM Xaf/rn. mail for American
smile logo a atom. Mat ..*.*, iriYMt>**YM aClIVI,11oI. HQMXU/ "so far a* applicable"but prison camp,
has not permitted neutral observers for other Allied soldier In Axis
To low someone, who feel rather rl to visit camps where hands and for the American civil
American held. Ian internees of Europe.
-- are On their
To
speak words of praise I'
While Japanese prisoners In return they bring parcel and
discouraged one j I i: ::I""
CAPTAINS this be visited mall to the German and Italian
Who ha had a long tough row J country may by
to ho*. Topics of the Times (Contlnusd From Page One) representative of the International the PW here. These seven ships are
only one In the world thatmay
authorized Red Cross, the YMCA, and the
the War
It coata note penny to whistle or f *T AGNEW WELSH I II" the Dade County Health Food Unit Admlni-with protecting power, Spain, the Japanese sill from one belligerent
country to another
ting 1",1 prisoners disinterested.
are
ill I Ii I :: II the hamburger, and to have ,the
To keep up your own spirit too. bait ready for The"capture.cards"Japanese refused to send The PW'.pokeaman, elected by
The best of It It It leave no one Member of the florid Audu- the one-day placement to their famllle the prisoners, keep close contact

In debt I bon society. recently made a *ur- Wela campaign will name on his Aug.-2 committee$. Mr. and they want no report madeto with the International Red Cross

And all Interact come safe back vey of the bird Species to be members their government They have representative, but the visiting


Cape Sable region and found 48 Captain and their zones named from their homeland. In Japan, Italian prisoner*-all of them
on the Farm I varieties of which fourteen were Wednesday are: they are considered dead, and funeral Swiss--*ay "no serious com

i aquatic. Frank W. Stillman.Zonethe One services already have been plaints" have over /been: mad*.
,
Although much care has been
held for them. Early In February 6,000 Italian
given to Increasing the safety of area north of Coconut Palm
farm tractor operation, many,! A new overseas service bar has dr 'dj west o( Redland !' Italian and Germans, however, PW* were put to .work repairing
been designed for men In uni- are eager for mail and parcels salvaged clothing at the request of
live are lost every year, and!I I form. It will be worn on the left S. J. Lynch-Zone Two, the from home and talk freely with the procurement division! of the

.. many more persons are Injured' sleeve, above the cuff, one bar for area west of Redland rd. between representatives of the Interne U. S. Treasury, which provided
through accident: In which the**(each lie-month period of service. Coconut Palm dr. and Eighth it tional Red Cross the YMCA. and sewing machines formerly used on

machine are Involved lay the Bud Nelson-Zone Three, the their protecting power, Switzer.* WPB sewing project Laundry
Office of War Information. Inexperienced -: land. equipment came from WPA. NYA
Redland between Their "I pea" are the
Did ever hear of this area west of rd. I usual
i you
worker
emergency farm -] queer and other
Eighth at and the state road complaint of I soldier government surplus
I
: of
name tn old Florida town
should be doubly certain they : stock Button., thread and other
"'know how" before operating. any Ichetucknee It I I. In the northern Camp off Longview rd. I Most German prisoner look material came from WPA supplies -

tractor. I, part of the state .and was settled Clyde Gossman-Zone Four, the o upon American newspaper accounts on hand when WPB was
Sometime a trader operator,, In 1875 and the census of 1880 area north of Coconut Palm dr. of Allied victories either liquidated. Repair center were

after sitting tor hour, drive{| gave It a population of IIS.i between Redland and Tennessee a* propaganda. or temporary' letbacks. set up In midwestern area and

standing up to relax nil muscle' Mi. suprvlsor were sent to start the)

An Inexperienced farm emergency i: Suwannee County, In North Chas. Cave*--Zone Five, the o Prisoner of war camps are like assembly lines.
worker may find this pract'cej! j Florida, lie In the crook of the area bounded on the north by a few aqusre mile of Germanyor Among the Italian several

hutardou A quick, harp, unexpected , arm of the river that gave Stephen Coconut Palm dr. the east by Italy transplanted to America. hundred experienced tailor were

jolt may throw him off the I Footer an outlet for his nostalgic Tennessee rd. the south by Avocado soldier Occasionally German or Italian found who could train their fellow -
tractor, perhaps In front of the aong. Thla river border its dr. md the west by Red- may be seen wearing all PW in jewing. Material now
his Insignia
wheel or ahead of the machine'being !' namesake county on the north land rd. or decorations on his being salvaged Include 80 million -
American
pulled. I weal and aouth. The stream rim uniform on which an pound of army clothing and
Always ipwk gently to hone I In the great Okefenokee, iwamp T. J. Harris-Zone Six, the area stamped the letters "P.W." equipment The PWs receive 80

Warn them that you arc ape' that lie mostly In Georgia and I bounded on the north IIi Avocado Prisoners may listen to the radio cents a day-the amount they

i preaching. ,frightened baron extend Into.North Florida It I* dr. the east by Tennessee rd., the tuned only to local station would receive for outside labor

that may kick, bite, or run away, 240 miles long and discharge in- south by Lucy It, .and the, west The,',yrubecrib to Atnerk.nnew.papen Outside employer .,_ prison labor

endanger the live of all nearby, to the Gulf ten mile north of by Redland. rd. I even foreign language pay the prevailing wage, and

.-- I I.i Cedar Key Wm. I, Ceronimo -Zone Seven, paper,'but none printed In the difference between that wage
Farm animal cause many accl-i f the area Including Florida City. [their own countries. German and 80 cent a day goes to the
communique a* printed In the U. S. Treasury
dents. They fear strangers. Watch'! DEATH CLAIMS CaP Too B. Royal-Zone
out for their heel and their head. .
Eight, the are bounded on the
Milk cow from the right aide;j (Continued From Page One) north by Epmore dr. on the east
\ usually harness a hone .from the Lila Lovett ,Johnson two daugh- by Tallahassee rd. on_the south

left Inexperienced non-farm)r ten, Jeanlne and Joyce; two .!._ by Campbell dr. and on the west I
worker may learn best and ten, Mr*. C. E. Brlnaon and Mill by Tennessee rd. .

) quickest by watching the farmer :.Ola Juhnsoo of Fort Lauderdale; Mn. Eugene Fontaine-Zone
The right kind of ladder should i and four'brother., Howard of
'' Nine, the area bounded on the
be used to pick' fruit from tree Homestead Lou'e
of Pcnstcola.
north by Silver Palm dr.'on the
Always place It In a firm position t Stacey of California, and Roy who! east by the r.I.e. railway on the
and move It frequently eo you Is serving with the army -Italy.
south by Epmore dr. and on the
will not run the risk of falling by 1 Mr. and Mn Howard Johnson I west by Tennessee rd 1t
ranching too far. !land their daughter. Janice Howard :
Improper method of lifting and returned Wednesday from I John W. CampbelWZone' Ten,
.t the) 8'18' hounded on the north by
currying can cause severe injury o, WrlghUvllle where they had
I Coconut palm rir. on the east by
to back or abdominal muscles., spent two week '> <
When lifting tram a low level i Tallaharnre rd. en the aouth by
Ile keep your back straight, bend I LUMBER i ii Epmor dr.', and on the west by
the. r".C. railway.
knee and lift. Never lift while In i

tit awkward pmltttn and be> Sure!!'i 0(Contimtad realm Page One) Walter Talbot. Zone 11, Uw
'
: you have good footing.; If the load I Stratton I to Issue. farmer eertlfljcate area bounded on the north by
" ,' le too heavy get help. for essential "onfarm"agricultural HalnUn dr; on the east by. Talbot -

,Serious loser way mult from I')I uses Says Mr. Stef- I rd. on the south by Silver

i: the Ignition\ of gasoline vapor by. ,"1. 'I Palm dr, and on'-the' west by" .. l
o.
\ atat'c parka caused by th :rub' Specifically lumber may be allowed Tennessee rt t

;:,M tang; of fabric or kid glove onl) within a $..000 limitation Frank G. Hath.watona IX
.,' the hand during cleaning opera for housing for farm labor, for the area bounded ask the north by

4 ttona, either Indoor or outdoor!fuse* essential to food production the Gould glade, on the east by

. Most of the arraying dfcinfecUwiU for oanatrucUon and reftalr fenentlal AUapaUah rd. .ant I the south by
J used for killing file, moths,)[ arm building Md for Coconut Palm IIr'; and on the weal

sad ant are flammable. There j the rebuilding or rmtorint of a by the ,.&. railway

fore;praylng ahould not be done farm house or farm building I Lt. W.'B.: Miller-Zone. IJ, the V

near M open flame, a lighted cigar when such coat I II less than area. IncMed to the o Homectead bo

or other source of Ignition $5,510."N4". Army"AJr Baae.aarf.the O..TU.child .
The"container holding Die liquid) t 'STOP, Soma 'IT WAS-WORTH IT* AND 'SRNsi "

"should be kept eloaed and away.: said the widow a* she : "7'ou1'11.thttlrID'. drink) t
fMel-h.et: put I1tr arm round bar-orphaA." but the man who killed Q did."] THOSCTHREE, ITOMATS e IN'mHe HMMCt1, .

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; Your Dates With

, F:' Uncle Sam j
:
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"i t V.y-.\ ...MEATS...........FATS-Red.....*....."."10-potnt.*..... NOTICE OF SALE ,

+ "Ip, stamps AS through :U md AS
,. .'... through C5 good \indefinitely. ,
" ylV\' PROCESSED GOODS-Blue 10-
, *ff./.point stamps A8 through Z8 and Of Foreclosed Lots
. 'A',.; A* through FS food Indefinitely. j'. l
, SUGAR-Stamps 10, It and 32
1'\0 ,.
la Book four food Indefinitely g
+.for five pound
\r -It' ..stamp 40 rood for I pound of The City of Homestead has foreclosed upon the hereinafter

,MVn'A. canning year.sugar Spare through stamp Feb.17 U good bf described and the same will be sold at public auction by a Special Masterin i

,>':i i" Ikl"/Ml' :. sugar' until Mar 1. Chancery, at, the front door of the "County Court House ,at Miami,

I |'\(SHOES-AIrplane Book S) rood Indefinitely.Stamps 1 and Florida, on MONDAY, AUGUST 7, 1944, between the hours of 11:00 a. m. i

, I",': ...through GASOLI7OE Au(:.--e A.10. coupon. roodl and 2:00 p. m. The sale will be to the highest bidder, for cash, and a ; 'r

:. FUEL OIL-Perlodl 4 and 6 1 I Master's Deed will be delivered. to the purchaser.. l? i.
remain
coupons good through )

...' .Sept.THEHOME SO. i The lots to be sold are as.follows: i a J.


.: \ Lots 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28 and 29 of MILLER ADDITION. f t.t

MeleewL FRONT. 1I/1t M IMM NMOwMwt1 e Lot 39 of WALBRIDGE ADDITION. % {,

__ Mechanization of the Army resulted -I Lots 3,4 and 5, Blk. 1, PORVENIR ADDITION. 11
'. In a surplus stock of 17,-
,i.*.; 000 horses, an Office of War Information Lots 13,14 and 15, Blk. 2, PORVENIR ADDITION. ,
.
report on lurplui wart Jl 4
property ihowi. Dealers bought Lots 40 41 42 43 44 45 and 46 SEVILLA ADDITION. .
the hone et sales and told three ,
,
\ fourth of them to farmers Between !
.. 600 and TOO mutes also Lots 11,13,14,15 and 16, Blk. 1, HIBISCUS PARK. J
displaced by Army mechanization, ; ;
,. have been auctioned. . off. Lot 27, Blk. 2, ROYAL PALM ADDITION. x i : I
More thin 1,000 veteran G. I.
.; Joss Veterans already Administration have applied for to educational the- Lot 10, Blk. 3, ROYAL PALM ADDITION. . v ;

benefits offered them under .,
the ao-ialted O. 1. Bill of Lots 37, 38 and 39, TOWER'S ADDITION. '
Righto. In addition 4,000 written,
.;-Inquiries.telephone Inquiries and many about additional benefits Lots 37 and 38, J. U. FREE'S 2ND ADDITION.Lots 5 ;'
.
,
;; offered received.under To be the eligible bill have for been edu- 1,2,6,8 and 9, Blk. 8, DOWNER PALMS NO. 1.' &;
benefits, ,
; rational a veteran must '" ,
;:have had Ma education Interrupted "
Lot 11 L. C. BEIDLER ADDITION. .
and must have had 90 days d ,;
i:;active service since September 18 .J'
,1S40, .with separation under Con' 4 Lot 22, BEIDLER'S ADDITION. ,It, .: : .

Veterans other who than entered dishonorable.service be. ;1 \ 4; :: : :
s fore they were 25 years old are Lot 18, DUBOIS ADDITION. ', : :;" ..,., :, :. 'T" '
.presumed to have had ther! education "" '
Interrupted.* * Lot 15, J. U. FREE'S ADDITION. ; ,: '

', made Farm to operatil\lloana several hundred have honorably been. Lot 9, BIk. 39, TOWN OF HOMESTEAD. ': '
discharged service
men who "*
finance had no other food production source: of credit the Department to Lot 7, LINSCOTT'S ADDITION. :

ea. These cf Federal Agriculture Security announc Administration'Joana Lot 7, S. E.. LIVINGSTON ADDITION. ;' v : !
are enabling
lease veterans or of buy the farm present land and war to tq I . Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,10 and 11, R. L. MOSER'S SECOND ADDITION.. l
obtain all the necessary equipmentand I
farm facilities needed to start their Lots 46,47,48; and 69 of TATUM'S ADDITION No. 1. '
operation.. .
The American Red Cross Is I Lots 31 and 32, J. D. TOWER'S ADDITION. :
shipping! 100 small pianos to Italy ,
,, for use installations In Red Cross In hospital army hospitals recreation Lots 9,10,11,12,17, 20 and 21, THE TOWERS. f ;

: the.Italian and In tone.Red.of Cross.operations.' clubs in Lots 1 and 2, Blk. 1, BARBER'S ADDITION. j
1
from Tt protect the 'corn growing earworm sweet, UM corn an Lot 39, less the South 15 feet. Lots 40, 75, and Lot 76, less the

Inexpensive white mineral oil South 15 feet, TATUM'S ADDITION.
(medicinal'oil), the Departmentof
Agriculture advises. Walt at j
first least emerge three days before after oiling the 'and silk Attention is. called to,the time and place of this sale. These 'lots '

;I not ordinary later glass than medicine seven days.dropper An reverted,to:the State of Florida under the Murphy Act, and are now being

enough when half for.full small.of ear mineral of corn oil, and Is sold undera( !'tax foreclosure sale conducted by the City of Homestead .

large'ear.about three-fourths Insert the full medicine for a I and this 'sale must be conducted at the front door. of the Court House in I.

dropper about a quarter of an Miami.
Inch Into the silk mask Just Inside

silks the tip natur of the the husk.) same Sues day.not treat all* . Pitrchasers are urged to investigate the location of the above lots,
ed ears may be marked with a .
and be at the sale.
'cranm or strip of cloth. The'oil present;
kills worm In the silk and
vents the entry of others.- &W-I DATED this. 6th day of July,, 1944: 1

Tour War lend R.I, E. EDWARDS,
.re8t"r"t t*
Year MitretimfatJfm City Clerk.

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I I uu. Social Events in South Dade among I





I 1 ANNOUNCEMENT IS MADE OF ENGAGEMENT VIOLA SKINER IS WEDDED ,-FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH HOST TO GROUP I
TO rVT. ROBERT C. HAYNES
PF ROSEMARY BURR AND LT. HENRY DIXON Miss Viola Hortense Sklner be-I I FROM MIAMI MISSIONARY ASSOCIATION

M.... Herman Heinlein Is announcing Glee Club and the Pan AmericanClub came the bride of Pvt Robert The Woman's Missionary So- say, Mrs. J. R. Pope and Mrs.
the engagement of her She has also served as Clifton Haynes of Homestead t.tof the Tint Baptist Churchof i Chas Martin.
fI Air Field and Coleman,
daughter, Rosemary Burk to Lt.: cheer leader, and In her early Army Homestead entertained District I Out-of-town guests were: the
Henry Trimble Dixon, ton of high school yean was active In Tex was, on July 26. The Peace ceremony JusticeSid Four of the Miami Association oftht I Rev. and Mn. Quimby Sirmons,

Mrs. Mary T, Furry. art) Scout work performed by Woman't Missionary Union at Mn. W. V. Redding, Mrs. Colby
The young bride-to-be and Lt. Dixon like his fiancee Is I L.. Kendrick at the Kendrick an anod., meeting at the churchon Fisher Mn. W E. Avery.. Mrs.S. .
home.Mn.
'. Mrs. Furry have just returned native Florldlan. He was graduated Thursday of last, week. C. Turner, Mn. M. T. Hatband '
Haynes a daughter of Mrs.
from Topeka where they visited with highest honors from Mable Sklner of Homestead,' received The program theme was "Thatia Mn. L. F. Sloan, all of Per-
IX Dixon, navigator of a B-M Redland High School In 1M1 and her education In the local All Things He*Might Have Pre rln. Mrs. G. I. Gault of Miami
i before he was tent overseas attended Princeton University two I schools. eminence.1' The moraine session and the Rev. and Mrs. M. E,
Miss Burk will be before be enlisted In the of Odatacka."PEACEMAKE& .
graduated yean Pvt. Haynes a son of Mrs. N. was directed by Un, H. Collier Leonard
from Redland High School next army air forces. He' was awarded 1'. Haynes of Coleman, has been and the afternoon session, by .
: print. She has played In the big commliaUa at the University stationed tot It months at the Mr*; 8. I* West Taking part in ",SUBJECT., ..
f Btedland High School band four of Miami 'Apr. 22 of this local field. the morning program were the OF METHODIST CIRCLES
:yean and has been active In the year. Rev. and Mr. E: M. Leonard of
-- _____ ___ __ __ ___ H __ Pvt. and Mrs Haynes are making 'of Peacemakers" wet the subject
their home with Mrs. Sklner. Ope Locka. Mn. W. X. Avery of Mrs. CA*. Ranson who conducted *
LEGION AUXILIARY CHAIRMEN NAMED Penine, dri. L B. Crantford, I the devotional at the meeting
I I Mn. West and Mrs Catharine Tuesday of the Woman's Society -
BY PRESIDENT MRS. WM. J. GERONIMO The Calendar Picksrd. Mn. Cordon Ivey tang I of Christian Service Of the

,Chairmen for the coming year 500 poppies for Poppy Day to be aecornpanlmerit Meditation In SonI'to Miss piano : First Methodist Church of- Home'steed
In Aug, 4-Meeting of Episcopal bf Mary In ,the Sunday school an'
held
were named Wednesday night by May.Present :Frances Rutland, and Mrs T. L. I
H. Ew- Woman's Auxiliary with Mn. ,nex. The social service report
Mn. H.
Mrs. Wm. J. Geronimo, presldenf were "
the American Legion Auxiliary! .I' Ing, Mn. W. E. Rheney, Mn. Ge- Frank W. Stillman Hodges local sang "My Task. !showed 141 visits, 30 bouquets Strays

t meeting held In Legion hall. ronimo, Mrs*' Robinson, Mn. Aug. 7 Meeting of Business The ClrU' Auxiliary, under .j and 10 "get well" cards
Appointed were: Mn. Joel J. Ruehle, Mn. Turner. and Mr|. Women's Circle of First Baptist the direction of Mrs Crant Mn. H. L. Brown, president,
ford, presented a program at the will be hostess to all the circles:
Robinson, membership; Mn. Ceo Rue. Church of Homestead with Mn.
afternoon session. Those taking at the next meeting.
:D. Ruehle welfare; Mn. Ceo. W. S. L, West
part were Dell Lett Joyce Morgan

.. Turner, war activities; Mn. J. W.Znglish. MRS. ROTHERHAM HOSTESS Aug. '-MeeUn, of Young Wo- Betty Turner and Nadine Pfc. and Mn. John Moffett were
poppy day: and Met TO REDLAND CLUB men's of Silver
WOMEN Fellowship League Pierce. Mn.
Qulmby Slrmoni of dinner guests Wednesday night of
prank B. Rue publicity Mrs. J. A Rotherham was hostess Palm Church wlth'Mn. Den- Perrlne led a round table d-.I] Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Woods.
Flans made to entertain I
were eston Riven.Aug. .
Wednesday afternoon to the I cutslon of young people's
at the USO on Aug. 10, and to Rsdland Neighborhood Club. Mn. I -Meetln' of W. S: C. S. and Mn. W. V. Redding of Per. I
Dr. Brewtter's office will be
aerie as the hostess group at the Sam J. Davis presided. Mrs W. with Mrs. J, 1., Ballard rlne spoke on "Doers of the .
after- kept open all summer" by Mrs.Brewster.
(ISO open house Sunday 1 E. Gsby, Mn, Best Thomas and Sept. Meeting of Bedlam Word." Miss Barbara Jean Smith Her efriA heart will
Doan Mrs. Mary T. Furry dame I
were + Neighborhood Club with Mra.M.I' sang.
: The members voted to order if club hostesses to serve at the )' T. Furry. Lunch-was served in the Sunday I blander
tore| Thursday II to
USO Saturday evening, Sept. -USO. dance sponsored school annex under the direction 1Ia.m.
BAPTIST YOUNG PEOPLE During the social hour musical by Woman's Club of Homestead of Mn. R. E. Edwards, Saturday 4 to I
: (GIVE: PROGRAM AT BASE selections Included a piano solo Mrs S. A. King, Mrs J. R. Dor. p m.

I' A pro"arlon "Abundant LW- by Mn. Gaby and a flute solo by --
BARBARA FITZPATRICK
Bag for Christ" was presentedursday Mlsss Marilou Harris whose accompaniment .
GIVEN BIRTHDAY PARTY
: !.' night July IT for the I was played by her .\a 1,1
'; Christian Service Men's League mother, Mrs. V.1If Harris. Mn. Mn. Ceo. H. Fitzpatrick entertained

J. .t Homestead Army Air Field by Ceo. P.: Wright gave a humorous Saturday afternoon at her
fenemben of .the Baptist Training I reading. home on Naranja rd. In honor ol
(Jnlon of the First Baptist Church Prizes for I mntery contest and the eighth' birthday anniversary
M Homestead under the direction the bingo game were won by Mn. of her daughter' Barbara.
ajf Carey Crantford. Joe Johnson, Mn. Furry, Mrs. Prizes In the games and contests : .a

Others taking part on the pro- Wright and Mrs Harris were won by Marlene Keene
kVun" were: Mrs Millard 3. GodWit -I A chicken salad course and I and Benny Hennlngton. Mango

Miss Mary Moon, Misses Mary punch were served Ice cream and cake were served
Frances and Ruth Rutland. Miss Present were: Mn. W W. Cun- and pink and blue crepe paper seek DIXIE DRUG Reward
: Mable Ruth Pope. Miss Barbara nyniham, Mrs. Harris. Mn. W. i basket filled with candy were felk JofcBMB

Jean Smith, George Light and I O. Chase Mrs. Furry, Mrs. Gaby, given as favors. theses It aI IN
Lynne Irwin, Mrs. R. W. Klngman, Mrs Davis, Present were: Katherine Lambert I
Hers ts proof ague that Xentt offers the'Beit VtturiAlwin. "
Marlene Keene, Julia Dell yo ,I
Mrs.
Mrs. R. A Holmes. Wright,
So ttkt nine now M check IMM nliut. thea buf I
The Young Woman's Mn Thomas Mrs. Birdie Kinard, Charles Pike, Dicky Kin
Fellowship Hausen ONLY WHAT OUN EED.I You unnti CM goto la t e>r. i
.league of the Silver Palm Methodist Hit. Rotherham. Mill Harris and ard, Paul Baxter, Benny Hen Ins Vie Sump and four Ww Stamp eta help you buy ibM
Church will meet Monday Hiss Margaret Cab,. nlngton Mn. Eugene Fontaine, I extra Wag Bond that it so >rf mrir seeded cowl
evening with Mn. Donation Rlv- Mrs Furry will be hostess top I Mrs. J. F. Hammett, R. R. Kinard, I
... the group on Sept 6. 1wi the honoree and the hostess. rival Vale 1
Those who sent gifts were: Dr. M1atW1

and Mn. Wm. J. Fitzpatrick, Mrs. ,, ,LJt 1j
James Gamaby )lri,'' arrl. Barn w -
tet and Norma Ann'Hollecek. ciausts j

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FA / GENE REYNOLDS GIVES ESCa4 .
f t WIENER ROAST AT HOME
,area RpthK r'yyumK
Gene Reynolds, son of Mr. and nd.bl' 1

:! i f rt i Mrs sixteenth Paul Reynolds birthday, observed anniversaryJuly his tok1'ittPtE ocked So' aruVONiticu Po do ,

28 with a wiener roast at clatiI aoc f is a ngOf v tn0rt !
I'l'ltl his home. 7esd t-r"t o b"a 4toth d<

Present were: Don Neeley; Jim- ( s dckpton 4 b" f.ctute pytodo je tse j

my Brown, Bobby Morgan, Harvey -
Dodson, Yates Eaker. and nisctpttbs It seats of a lissstn' Visa'c Y 411 Ki p

Mabry Scarborough g O.litlo tad ae7 .

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lost bag of aciots 00

t Dr. Leonard W..Haskin :%. Cpnk sod P 1ep a aA 39'IoLS15 ':

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stay at tb home of Mr. C: R.

II 4 :Yanks Advance on Salpan I Tiadale for the-,duration. CWSFIAiTIS1Id1; :'


Kenneth Nell U 01 at hit home.JAMES. 1'

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Set and Mrt J. E. Hall of FOR RENT WANTED :

Homestead are parent of a six- f

pound eleven-ounce daughter who FOR RENT-Small houie. Apply WANTED-Man and wife f

was born July 30 In James Archer A. J. Eanis, N.W. 8th ave. and grove work Good house : )j

Smith Hospital 2nd at (pat) premise Apply Joe. L Mick- i

I A daughter neighing four eon, ITaranja, Fl., phone 578- ,
1 pounds and one ounce was born:I ROOMS and apartment Beaton. R-4. (aftt'\ .
I July 28 to Mr. and Mrs. Fred: able rites, hot water and ihow. \ "

Conley of Gouldi 1 era Palms Hotel. Florida City. REDLAND DISTRICT Iistinglt. l

Mr, and Airs Melvin Phillips badly needed-acreage groves,

4a" if Homestead are parents of ailxpound i I FOR SALE hornet Homestead propert

eleven-ounce daughter Have Mlenta for homes new

born July SO. I;TWO COWS, Just fresh. One Princeton and Gould. Eleanor

Surgical patients this week, II j rrotcher. 25 So. Flagler, HomeV
Guern-
I Ir Iwt. i were Fritz Schroeder of Florida I' aey. Fred Fucha, WaldIn dr. stead Phone 2IS-J. (J28-B0'
City and Herbert Mathlt, of MI-
I and Robert rd. (pal) ,.
WANTED-Fresh; juicy 'flgr any7
.i tw ami.Medical ,
s patients Included Mrs I ELECTRIC STOVE with I burners Size and kind. South Dade-

Raymond Albright of I oven and tireless cooker. Farms, First National BankV

Mn. W. H. Owens of Homeltead'l I I Ever-Ready electric pump A-t Bldg. Dili).

Blasonette, Jr of Homestead and condition. Phone 578-R-4 (a4tf) ----
Allen Rene of Tavernier. I WANTED-Good used tllJ'llllunj'

RARE AND UNUSUAL trees an JI Smlth-Graye Furniture Co.

LEGAL NOTICES I plants; Landscaping .nd'JI' v_ (inl tfr

plant'ng. Sunny Grove Nurlerlet -

W THE r.'t'n'rOl...' OF iris Palm Ave, 2 miles weal WANTED-ftepttlr work, atoM'

ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT of Florida City. Phone I building, cement work, roofing;
.... -- ..... or FLORIDA. (a28tf etc. 11th Hour Minion Box I"
m AND FOR DADa COUNTY. )
-new n wOn IN tents Homestead. (elM)
'IIAN'lIaT. No. '
Solipsist Yank Infantrymen advance Ihroit- CITY or HOMEBTEAD. a .......paI .
II......"f 6.-Jd bcIiUitl a> af.nfotcllcd gun roc i> roraontkHi of the Saw of .....w., PERSONAL
Pla latin. IM antf *> Mtkrfr MM. doom.Patri .
1 a fell .at sate hoa.ID. .- K !i IF YOU 'want to get married. Ik4lk: *a. ut July. A. D, IM4 '
RUTH CARDINAL a wMow ft &I. JOHN C. GRAMIINO
Orf+. ..a I write Box 28, Vancouver, Waah. I Spatial Matter to rkaaoari, ,
FORECLOSURE: OF TAX ALE (j2IU) IM C. HAYCOCK. ,
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CERTIFICATE folkltor fw ,...I.tlffI
The W.S.C.s. met Tuesday lit NOTICE OF MASTERY BALI ." 14. II, ... A... 4. 114"1I0TI'I )
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Chaser ..
apoolaM k> Iko Gvurt la .
FLORIDA CITY the home of Mrs J, F. Rohrer In NOON fa korokt d.." tkal U>a.aa4rr.ilcnot .'i anno, woof aao: kr lnno of tko .
.. aadrr end koTlrto. .I
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Special
'_. Redland. tkoroof will Tfor for Mlo aM aril or AFMHATIOHFOB
of UM Final D.en..1 For akawre
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Ckaor Ina-Ara of INS
.. Court of tkoIloroatk
In nraU
,',week with Mr. and., 101.... W E. ,Johnny Delis it visiting friends poadhw ,....... Clmlt ., .......... to :.tko Civ Oowt of Miami HOVM, of Dada. Gasp. la ,..,1 File A mi
... .. balsa'1 Florida a tko lot oar NOTICE It MUtCtT GIVEN Ika*
ta 4aaor
sad for Dad. C t
in Fort Pierce this week. .
Myert .
,Au ot, A. D. M4. krtaro>. Iho lawns of
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Carl SlMMKM and Rot L. II
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No. Tilt
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murals, koldm o* Towa Monk Mbml
City at HOOMOIM. a laaalolaal ooraor.
Jeanette Bray returned to her Mrs. Willard.Williams of Wau- ado. ., the Sate of FlorMa. la alala.tl .I end P. ..tko., tin Mm MM a keel Mba. 4af/. Tu 'Onlfloa*. No, M* bund MM
boas aho local owes of aim, The ,
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sad *atk Cardlaal. a widow. ot aJ, door at Jim. A. D. Ilia have road
,'t borne In Redland laat week. 1 chula, Fla., arrived Wednesday to art oofoadonla, 1, aa t..*elal Hartor toKELEASED Mlo.lnl Dado OouaCr.otoorikol. Florida pa..p.ry. s.wa.Lew tllnoM .. OaaM la .W .441... and W.. laada Witrottoa -,
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for a loa drod W ko hoao4 tkoiooa
1'i I ts, is 14 n: ... n. M aw ttf BaM aorllrhoM ...bro... .... Outlawing
MU.UJI ADDITION an.N/.e .> tko dMrrRjoa: aiumm to tka Coooir W -..
plot Ihrrwf cased d to Pht Hoi* I at
of Florida
tta.1 s.wSl .
III. Pobllo -... lIMo Grasp N 4* rt. of" Lee SI. ...... i, CrUrto*
1 -I t Slays Park .CaUMoa, Flat link V'
I Lot II'"f WALHRIDGE ADDITION ,... III to avails M. Tn>...... M
aroorflni to the Dial thereof _..-. In South neat to OK
BY THE ARMY Raaaa 41 .County.of
.ioe. I; Plat Boo I M aaa* 4T. Paella --. IM.. Siau of Florida.Tko .
Dads Coaatr, FlorMol _"t .,.oaU narl aaaof
OPEN 'YE AROUND I L -0 I4 and a. Weak I. POItTENIR
NOW ,
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ADDITION, so'u d1". o IW plot ''' Lllllaa M. Baton '
nornM hi Plat Ita. M .. ,
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II I of POU. .-. IWrokl .W ..' mM .. IMktekoot
: ADDITION aoonnMm m Iko plat bidder ., ko Oo.ft Now dome
'IMrwe sandal hi plat Book. M al van on tko tint sounder to iho noMkrofMonWr. ,
i ii' n. Pualk Rcoorai of Daila Gouty: IM4. kM k> Mo. 444 l 64!
RIVIERAHOTEL "-1 of ........... 1144. !
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: IE VILLA ADDITION .
h. trt Ihrrial L LIl.ATMItR""N." ,
Uwraof ro/'oiooi/' In plat. Rank II M Ci.rlt'd '
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i'' .J \ 'I Florida...... !It. II 115 sad 14. HIV I MmeiSCUf .c.tt Cued R. N.toall C. ITERRETT. D. &

: \ MioroX PARk orranHM to tko .vhtIkomf <,,... 4. II. Is. II. It44>
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[Met '! MOTH Or APPLICATION ,
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J \*. VI .Blor I of ROYAL FILM FOR TAX DEED
I ADDITION ._1..* M tkt olol IkrroofvornM Ckoplor tttn--".*. ., Mil
!I" Plat Bmk I at .... IT, Pub.Hr NOTICE II. HEREBY! : GIVEN THAT
Roorraa, Dan *xal*. P .w'.d. tort J. Fan, bolder at BUM aM Wang
I tai I*. Blork of anvil P IH Tn OotrlrliMM ".. till and will fc...4
i ADDITION a-+'dlae M ho plot Hior..f tko IM .W ,f Jma, A. P. I.... hM MaoHia '
"Gem ,of Florida's East :'Coast" _4oil lot Plrt nv- I at -.... 4T. IN ..? rffloo, and kaa mailt .ap4l*
; Posh RororoX DNr Covaf FlnWalIxM rallMI fur a Ui drd Ie... load _
1 11. II and II of TOWER1 ADDITION .46 Now CwtMlsla .bear .w ... i
I awonUn* la tko Plot tkiiiofN .....,... d.aanNed r two rty in the Ilaawlyd
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...announces... ADDITION aromffnr tn tko pat lkor 11,6111 II. Pan 1. In'Iko Co .tr of Dao>,
... '* r4tt N ,.t a ..V 4 at .... III. State o( Florida M oaikraood la Cortlfl.at .
PiiMlo .-.. DOM r"'....l,. FWMai Ho. IITI Tko aMMiioHH uf wait
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amlor the MM ConlflaH lead
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PALMS .
NEW CABANA CLUB ; ( KO I Jin. tnKo mi In rio MMM of Dodo tin. Co.Lrt .
,? plot ,_ ._<..l I. P'.4 H-nk IT. Bkxk ao. Folfonl kv UM loa
I II rl -_ IT. Pokllo Koranto, Dado
tkrllon C. AIMMV4. a BubJI.talo. FlalUrok
Open Nightly at Swimming Pool and Tennis Court I Crust. FhwUalUH M ,... .. hi tko Cooatr of Dado.
II of .. C. BEinlFM .
ADDITION .
BMW of ". ... oa onikrand In Oofllflroto -
I 'MntHiio' tn tko plat rHorenf iori ipd HiIMW
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Pawl S .' aaoo If. Pukllj Roooraa, .
aaoW low Mbl Oorlirimt Uioi
; sodC.way.. Florida.Cil teal III IW MUM Of Dade Dt*. OO.Ualro .
'MUSIC ; Tina, -ban. WP.a .. h1-w kwnd Isa _
ENTERTAINMENT RECREATION > MM. C Ml'lMlo. okaU to ... ,
I. > of HiatiilriJ. Dadeatty.P94 .
FV-iaa annealing IA law. the preps doorrlkW
Ikorria will ko saId the aidert .
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Service for Guests Station wi'l' meet aim .pane--s-sea. ., -.. .h.MnaM .. 4-.Mr. 1944 ...... k the SIb day of
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Transportation : w In &or ,_" ._.... I....
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. Pare Eitrht HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE :August 4. 1944

1 { I Swap Shop Moves TodayTo that It has outgrown its tint''.Dr.Davies to Return of veterans and plans for fuels
quartan and has been forced to placement In industry Mrs Daw
S. FlagUr Quarters From Yale Conference
seek larger business state, r.
I' vie *nd their two c.IIh
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1 lie Swap Shop Will nov Goodwin, proprietor, _,.. JM. Sidney p. Davies, putor Of Kalherin Ellen and Corgeiia
today from the Cave building anIf -- I.tile Flrrt. Methodist Church of Ann, who have been visiting rcla.
Kroro av*. to the Fn building -, Bible School to BeginAt Homestead, la expected to arrive fives In New Jersey, will prolong
at 11 S. Flactar st formerly their vacation for another nfcntn
r ; : : occupied by the Homestead Variety Silver Palm,Church I home late this weak from Yale During Dr. Divide abaenc tile
store. A five-day vacation Bible school University where he baa 'been purtlcipatinf Rev Everett U Peirce of Miami,
Opened br on Apr. 1 bf this will begin at 0 O'clock Monday lit. OD..mootb- a former pastor of the church,.has
i ; year, the Swap Shop has developed morning >:itg, 7. in the Silver ference on pctetwsr rehabilitation been filling the pulpit
:, ,ti / I such a flourishing business Palm Metho!list Church under the -
supervision of Mrs J. L. Fletcher ---- - -
K I tanned ;th;horn of Miss Louise' Department director will be: 23 t TE\\E 'Sb :
; :Wollam on Thursday evening !' art, Mrs. Alex Hemming, music, Jtatf..m rk
it'L "is, x I The Improvement Society of Mrs. Clarence Gray, Intermediate
' the First Baptist Church met girls, Mrs. R. A. Holmes, Inter-
( Wednesday. The following mem- nudist boys Robert MacDonell; i
ben were present: Mrs W. A. primary, Mrs Chu. G Calder-
, S King, Mn. O. A. West, Mrs J. R. wood; and nursery, Mrs. Tom 4 '
J Dorsey, Mrs. Catharine Wollam, Adams and Mrs. L. O BranningI c PIEASRESf
Mn Geo. Wright,.Mn. Ella Polk, : ------- AND 'PALACES
Mn Robert Campbell and Mrs. !
: O I. Gault. War Beat sbmU leas .T/lOP N WI'MAY.fMM ,
I' i "Mn J. T. Vann entertained MBetklag owe to jn tbuJH
Tuesday In honor of her niece, & "a geed .ud t.v.si.mast. SO UUMBLE'
."Figure M am roorsev.iiiirnTacJ. 'a'rlrrr
Miss Hlll Vann of Vero, who Is
,,' visiting In Homestead. . ," I fjrlH fMJ"AaUn/NM

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( i. GOLDEN BCOWN ruED CHICKEN_.. .. ._ iis@ Time eel ..... .rspeAw ear_ assess r t"o_n" a..bon to be
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