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 25, 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: VID00661
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
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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: . Priority for the construction of )
( the South Dad. Quick Fretting RAT BAIT AT CITY FIRE STATION

! Plant has been granted by the Capt. K.O. Snapp Heads Controversy over location of
I ) Wr Production Board, Geo. N. FOR HOMESTEAD RESIDENTS
.' the Incinerator
Wakefield wu notified this week, Field Public Relations proposed city was

and remodeling will begin next ,Rat bait is available to Homestead residents at the Capt. Kenneth O Snapp,former settled amicably Monday night
week on the Camber Novelty when the city council unanimous
J. city fire station and should be called for by city house- OTU special senile officer
Works
building at SW. Second
been In ly accepted from J. D. Barnes, a
hat placed charge of public
.t and First ave., where the plan holders for placement on their property this' afternoon. I relations at Homestead Army gift of five acre of land two and

i, '. will be located. Individual deliveries cannot be made in the city limit, it, Air Field which was taken over one-half miles east of Krome
Associated with Mr. Wakefield is stressed by executives of the rat eradication campaign, recently by the Second Operational
la the enterprise if Henry Brook. av*. on the Homestead (North)
er, Jr., of the Brooker Lumber Co. and city residents must call for their own bait. In outlying Training Unit I Canal as a site for the garbage
Capt Edwin Boone, former
Someof 6'i-cublc-foot steel residents will obtain bait from their
areas zone cap public relations officer, has been disposal plant. The tract was accepted
lockers arc itlll available forrentalMr.
made executive officer of the on condition that It meet
Wakefield Store tains.The
(\Continued: on Page layi.Four) bait is a poison and should be handled carefullyThe 75th. Transport Transition Squadron I the approval of the county toning

wIth| an old spoon or flat stick, the committee cautions. board.

For most effective baiting, small portions the size of a I Mr. Barnes Is the owner of 110

LEROY SPRANKLE marble should be well distributed about the place. Childrenpoultry !- LT. HORACE BELL acre lying just west of the 20-

and should be from the bait acre tract on Redland rd. and.
pets kept away ,
W COACH AGAINATREDLANDHIGH Lucy st. a mile southwest of
(Continued on Page Four) WOUNDED AUG. 7 town, which the council had voted

to buy and the county toning
REV. BRUCE A. CUMMING TELLS LIONS IN FRANCE FIGHT board had approved at a site for
the erection of the Incinerator
OF HIS WORK IN JAP-RULED KOREA
Leroy Sprinkle, 1942-43 coach Wm. Musselwhlte, owner of the
.t Redland '| First Li Horace S. BU of Gen.Patton's (Continued on Page Eight
High School will return Rev. Bruce A. Gumming, creaslngly oppressive sine 1830.
Third
there this. year to take the former missionary: to Korea who "Primarily agricultural, by Army in Franc

place of Coach I. F. Jackson who I. now pastor of the Homestead I (Continued on Page Four) in-I his was wife seriously, the former wounded Miss Aug "I] JESSE AL510OREKILLED
has
accepted a position In the Presbyterian Church on Tuesday Pennington of Homestead advised
Warsaw, Ind, achoolf. night talked to the Redland District was
Last year Mr. Sprankle was Lions Club on the history: I department In a telegram Tuesday.from the war IN AIR I

personnel director for a Kings- politics and economic of that ancient -
\ Yesterday Mrs. Bell received
port, Tenn, transportation firm, country: 7rr4 I two letter written by her hut- FRAY IN FRANCES
but prior to coming her two
The old Korean civilization has band who it now In an EnglishI
:years ago h. had coached In football been traced bacfc Jo hundreds of
I hospital. I a gave no details regarding -
; baseball and basketball for years before Christ Mr. Cummlni his Injury. J Sgt Jess Marlin Moore 21-
21 yean at Klngsport High School laid, and the country la proud of Mrs Bell and their twin daugh year-old son of Mr. and Mr*.
where he had developed teams III antiquity and culture ten Linda and Glenda, are making Marlon U Moore of Perrlne was
(Continued on Page Eight) "A few years after Christ, a I their home with Mrs. Bell' killed In action over France on

!Korean queen built for astronomers parents Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Aug. 1, according to a telegram
State Asked to Repair an observatory which 1* tee j jpennlngton. On N Krome ave. from the war department 1o his

Flagler, Mowry StripsThe tint on record," he said. Lt Bell's mother, Mrs W., A. family,
I "Under, feudalism, the country Bell, returned Monday to her Sgt. Moore went Into serviceIn
state will b*,asked to repair October of 1942 and In
became weak and divided. It fell home In Jackson,. Miss., after a April
that stretch of N. Flagler prey to Japan in 1904 and since visit here, and was advised by of this year was sent overseas a*
ave. lying between Krome ave. 1910 has been dominated by that telephone about her son's in- aerial engineer on a B-26 medium .
and N. E. Eighth at.. and the Jury. bomber. He had boon award
nation
which has become in-
strip of Mowry from Flagler ave. ed the Air Medal with five otk
west to the city limits. It was decided (Continued on page Seven)

Monday night by the city Town Council Will Sit k GEORGE LKER
council. Th* Florida East Coast As Equalization BoardThe ) s Globe Yield Highest
Railway Co. will be asked to repair -
the railroad crossing on Florida City council will r SIIOTINCIIEST.AFTER In Tomato ExperimentsTomato
REV. BRUCE A. GUMMING
these streets alt a* a board of equalization variety trials conduct
Mrs. Harry lee Finder assist on Monday Aug. 26, at 7:30 p. m. ed last year at Highland, south
ant to City Clerk R. E. Edwards, in the town ball to hear complaints Donations Sought Today QUARREL west of Florida City_ showed that
was authorized to writ and sign and to make adjustment the Orothen Globe excelled the
,city checks In the absence of< on the 1944 tax roll, announce For Rat Drive Expenses George (Mutt) Walker, 25 of j I other varieties In production of

the clerk, Mr*. Flora D. Myers town clerk. Donation to the expense fund Florida City Is In Dad County large No. 1 tomatoes and ranked

of the Redland District Rat Erad- hospital with a bullet wound high In the total marketable
LT. COi.-DUNLAP, NEW FIELD COMMANDER, ication Campaign will be accepted through the right chest as an aftermath I yield, says Dr. Philip Westgat JI
IS today when householder throughout of a quarrel Saturday of the Subtropical Experiment
VETERAN PILOT WITH 4,200 AIR HOURS at Sam I
the area secure the bait for night Tomassl's beer par Station. Th experimental plotswere (
lor in that Mariano Rea-
town.
IX CoL Samuel O. Dunlap in,'a. deputy commander, at Long district-wide placement this af sprayed with copper arsenate -
ternoon. tantl of Florida City, who fired tine and Um*. ,
new commanding officer of the Beach and Romulus, Mich. the shot, was released under bond Grothen Globe produced '
61 bushels
2nd Operational. Unit The red squill .Is furnished
Training Born In Birmingham, CoL Dun-
Tuesday afternoon after being an acre of large No.
and Homestead Army Air Field, lap, without charge by the Dade 1 tomatoes -
now a4, attended \Vlrginia held In the Homestead jail for and 240 bushels of
I* a pilot with more than 4,200 Military Institute and the Unl- County Health Unit, but the finance questioning since Saturday, fruit an marketable I
hours of military and civilian flying -, varsity of Alabama where be majored committee estimate that Walker I to acre; Stokes-
expected recover, dale, }] bushels of No. 1 and 143
time over -period of twelve in law. In 1832 h* entered approximately three hundred dollars and preliminary hearing before bushels of marketable
years. Col. Dunlap went on active Randolph Field a* a flying: : cadet will be needed to defray the Justice of the Peace Sid t* Kendrick Bu.'.. 48 bushels' of No I fruit and:
duty with the original ferry: com-![r and received his wing at Kelly cost of hamburger, oatmeal, postage ha been postponed until, 240 bushels of marketable
mand at Long Beach. Cal., Aug! Field. lor Information leaflet. and fruit;
1(33.
I Following his graduation the ,wounded man .U able to Rutgers, 47 bushels Of No. 1 and
It, 18*. when h* served a* control -;{ he was ordered to active other Incidental pear to testify. 226 bushel of marketable fruit

and operations officer. He,';t: duty with the 20th Pursuit Croup, Money left In the treasury: after Walker in a statement III-I' Pan America 25 bushels of No. I; '
come to Homestead from the 4th',I Barksdal Fieldjj. and made a expense ar paid will be to Constable Frank N. and 173 bushels of marketable ,
Operational Training Unit at' tour of duty: .;Brooks Field Tex. used U carry; on further work of said he was wounded fruit;' and Marglobe, 30 bushels .
Brownrvill, .Tex, where be wu: with the 12th Observation Squad- rat eradlcaUpn In this district at o'clock Saturday night when ResCootlnued of No. I and lei bushels of mu'i
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commanding officer'after serving (Continued en Pate Four) a Later period. ( on Page Seven) ketable fruitt .
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... ,.. '* Sgt. Pt\U P...jaftUl;,''USMC; Mrs: .L,..IL.Brlwetton. " '" t ''d b.N.-cw.- ,. .J 'J
left Saturday for San Diego after, : Mrs; JJrewerton hae1! '3v fcIAI !
Buried
on Wednesday
} pen4ing a lessor here- pith Jib Dade County tot It year andjn
OUR SERVICEMEN AND WOMEN parent! sat Ream*; ha completed I 'BurStf' mvci for Edith Pauf- Itedl4nj tor the past four jeer ,
training a* a radio operator- In* B P.S5, wife- of James1H" BctTde her husband, iht'leave*
gunner. her mother Mr*. Caroline 'For-
Brtf/crtbn RedUnd
; of were I
.. . .4JC "" .. conducted 'at.S P. m Wednesday Itpt Ur. Brooklyn; {, I I

Cpl. .Harold Campbell, flight In Woodlawn Park Cemetery in
l MARINE RUTHER SULLIVAN RETURNS mechanic at San Marco Field,' Miami under the direction of War Bo4s ....... sma" I

I $ AFTER, TWO YEARS OF PACIFIC WAR Tex:, will return to his base tomorrow -' Turner Funeral.'Home ot Home eesMtklBf MT* le you thus'
after pending a week stead. Mr*. Brewerton died Monday r >rt -. good soma JaTM I
;ti Ann almost two year of active Ipated in various South Pacific here with his parent, Mr. and at the home of Mr. M. MeLaughlla - *." Figure H MI rttntx.f .
Mr*. A. J. Campbell. I at Bauer dr, and Coun-
r service with the marine in battle and had been hoapitalized ..... I
:; the Pacific, Pfc Ruther Sullivan In Honolulu since taking. part In .
': MOW home Saturday 4o visit his the Saipan campaign I f fI
\ parent Mr. and Mr*. Dave Sullivan .
,
o of Homestead, until Sept Gibbs Brothers Meet I I .' .
14 when he will report to New r
River N. C. In New Guinea Theatre. j
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While oversell Ruther took U. Jane M. Cibbt and Pvt.
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part la the rescue of Eddie Uck Audy Cibbt, ton of Mr. and Mrt . < . -, .'
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backer and appeared in ,-" - ; newt H. M. Gibbl of Homestead, metreceDl1
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of ,.- i ,
yeele la which he "
was recofnixed
This
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i i by Homestead friend He partlc- wa their first meeting in three 'r' : "" ,J' .;


. q1;'i' Dr. E. J. Graham Called I, to and the training a haltjfeart.Pacific?: In:22 Texas month'.Audy and wa ago James sent after -,:I \ ," ' '. : , ;: ; i i:; : ." : I II

To Army Medical .Corps ,
{ wag transferred there about nine .. . .
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.. Dr. t J. Graham, recent graduate month ago after completing his I ... ,, ,'', . .. :.,. 'NOTICE1The !! .. ...,.? .\ ( -.

of Duke University, has .been training with the army engineer* : :. .- '. ,
called into army service with the at Fort Belvoir V*. :
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rank of lieutenant, and 11'11re\ I .
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;" '.1( port to.Camp Carlisle at Hirrl Cpl. Fred J. Fuchs, Jr.,. of Boca ...-. . 0/.'
'; burg Pa, Dr. Graham I II a ton of Raton I 11 home on furlough until :. ,
{,Council 'will'meet. each
I r Mr. and Mrt H: H. Graham of Au,. 10 at his. home. In*.Modello:! City
i ; Naranja and hit wife I II the for- I

< Williams daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Pfc Edward visited here Tom last rilln week-end?pI. Savannah -,' Monday from(8"" p. m., to 9 p. m. through

Casper William of Modello. with his parent, Mr. and Mr*. J.:
'f . T. Tomerlin. His bride I* visiting' the month of August beginning August
her parent In Decatur, Ala I
Birthday Party in Italy . ,
Given for Cpl. Paul Rue Roland Harris, ion of Mr*. V 14th to sit as a board of equalization to
L. Harris of Homestead wa enlisted -'i ,
CpL Paul Rue army air force this week In the navy In:
hear and make
adjustmentson
complaints
u radioman in Italy on his 20th | Miami and 1* awaiting 'call for
birthday wa surprised with a training.
party complete with a cake decorated . the 1944 tax roll
d with "Happy Birthday, Buford Freeman of Goulds enlisted -
Paul. Hi account of the event In the navy this week.

has dust been received b,. his
parents,Mr. and Mr*. frank B. Norm or APPLICATION . ..
FOR Tit DXKDru. .. '" It E. EDWARDS '
Rue cf Homeitead ISMINMlta .
Arrangements for the party k> .....* vi,.. shot toile fn& ) < .... :' ,.: ... : : : . ;:: . :; -'" : :.- t.. ..':' .,": ." ....
were by *. B..'A: Tlb-i eta.. ._. .wtwbt.b.... 'WlBkM bdd..m u4 Paul Cm.Dmlun ofx.erelaee' . ... :.'..."" .", . ,: ; . . -Ci' ty CI 1 .' .-. ... . .. .
deel aIM am wr..o ' .
Mt of Red Cross unit,!I : Dbtrlct 'I.. Or- .< :: :. "I'' : ' : :< .' ,, : r
and Paul tIf\oato )/......< till tat UM 1.l < ... :,. \
parent tent a money; der .. Jaa, A. Is IHt. ..." red .* .......,: .,! .
order to the field director In Italy uM MrtlfkM I.,mi offtr. aM km :;,.k ii ir:* wi,'** .City Homestea"d <>- .; ..

to defray expense Paul re.I 1 arNte'uas......far_tu....dead...to. brark "* -' : '
tb..e t. Saw .
(1 : :
solved diareu, gust handkerchiefs ..b.... the f..ibol.s .. { .
and JM franc 1-- SWAalkd in Dade Counts.Pt.rtd. : :
POW IF. =
......tLaf .
Mal Sleek. 1U Co... OMM.t '
iU. o. Mk.. flu IMk *. FMII .
U Col Frederick R.
Weber I ::
Mrs i hi ... counts, tJl DU. fuu.tf _. ,' . r !
Weber and children;, Kathryn FIorIoIa. i. .
Henry Billy and Ann, are Tay.a.awae.t 01 rW._s.rerh a.w .1; :
R two-week ; in the HU ...tII...." Ia..d _. I.'the .
pending a vacation at| 01 w. R. ....,. Vats .We.rtule'u :
Mar Ocean \111a-a. Miami Beach.)' oUII be -d .cerise. ,
CoL Weber returned to tow. tae land will tb.r..n
recently]I the Wdl do tJl *..M k.t. A. O. It4I <. .
} from active service in New Oul- I' Dad. .tIIioIIt1t.At", A, D. '
sea and not teen his family since 1eee. :t
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It a. LlATBJItIl": : '
Its evacuation after the attack Cleft .c Ckedt VSKDad. .
oa Pearl Harbor Billy and Henry County. FIona.ICirnit X

came home from summer mama B+.II C. sTERRETT. D..C. .
BIT ; ;
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camp. to 'Join their father. ;.. : nilHimWMIHmnnilNMIHHmtlHHIWHIINimilH1UNiKNIIIHIIINIHIIMNII: : ' : : ]: '] :I I:] ;: ] :iltHI: 'MIMHHHMIIIMHHIINNIilIMHMIIIIHIHUIIIHIMMIIIIIIUIIIUHlNH I ] : ; [ ;: ; !1 :'
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U lit.) Win. '(BIUr) Bf dley,|,
USN, has been assigned to tea| -
duty and Mrt. Bradley, the former I Nd
Mitt Pauline Calkins, and
children. Billy and Bobby, have'
come to Homestead to. make their I I RED LAND BRAND FE-RTILIZERSj

home Mrs. Bradley and the. children -|
had been with Lt. BradleyIn I
Chicago and for the past few]
week have been visiting Mrs.|t :i
Bradley' parent, Mr. and Mr*.
o 0 m
Wayne Calkins. In Miami. Until f
they can get housing accommo1| o
dattan here, they are living with I
Lt Bradley't mother, Mr*. A. Ii.! '
Consult about fertilizer
requirements
Uvtng l toll; I I us your -
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Lt. R. C. Hagin pilot PI the: ," for the coming year. 0\

"Ice Cold Katie' on SO air missions -' .
In Italy, now I II home on], I

furlough and Mrs. M.with T hie Hagan parents of Perrine Mr y Due to government regulation and 'shortnwages . r

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Pfc. Richard Bigger USMC, of several materials we will not be able to . t
I* stationed/ now at Klamath ', .

Fall the, Ore.United Richard State wa this returnedto summer I '.''!;; make ALL of our regular mixtures.! But, we ,will :

after active duty In the Pacific.<<: ". j

1 ii, do our best to supply as near as possible what I :

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will need. .

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r r 1 Chaplain John E. Early baa arrived ,!
from La Guardia Field, N.'
., r Y, to succeed Chaplain Paul E.' STANDARD OIL COMPANYC.
Miller at Homestead Army Air ,

(Field.Chaplain Early ii a native of Howard, Agent .:. Phone 81juljif

'Brownwood, Tex., where he was
1 '' graduated from the Howard rjj NOTICE TO FARMERS
S Payne BapUit College..He.served
You now apply for your gasoline and fuel oil rationing re.
ai patter, of various, churches
while e college student and later qulrementa for the .coming season at County- Agricultural

} was pastor, In Laredo, CorpusChUtt lCI"1' office, 14 N. Krome Ave. Homeatead. your applUcation .
.and.Alamo. '
In early to M to be ready when you need fuel
f a Went.ThtoirvlceUX chaplain i
',witqthe: r nk'ot.flnt: lieu-1 STANDARD TRACTOR FUEL needs rawll'ne aUmpa.Tw .

teda0. tit 1042 6Jld."": t. to i i'JI4rV.a"rd :
!SFSoo1toi. 'lIa f tP. (or OWNER I ADDU'S1._. FOR SALE

,mogtfi" or' intense! 'tralnlna.,I aa.n. Return ," Phone, an-at Glade baggy wllbu
$tacetlieti, s lsae'tI.-'i lonecl 'e.. hard rubber tires.
}vitb:Ibw 166"b".hrr1tn roupJhe' '
I a wr (; ; Alr: yrtotpWCoSufnand Far. heath drawers. Phase 12 ri.r.w I;.....'
li Nashville, .Metnphfi ;Freique ,Palate plasters.
.bmdJ-.M.an.stJ.i: Cubrdta.Chaplain :; '
] andMra: ,,Early and! W. W. Bethea Phase lta.ltl 1 k p.. Johnson set.beard _

their fourf'childAni ,CI\.r lea, '11, .borer A beat-
WayWLlQIetf/' Eudoraand; WANED I 'BY' I A Dkt

Margaret, .AruV one nufoth, .are I'-'", lobs
'making .how' In,one
ot; --the Granada -Igt"' ::houses Deere walking
JS SS SSSS ig N.'w.'Seventh" .4M .: C. E. Ettbenbrrfcr Phone 1144
orf : ,
&& 3&& ?? &$& 1-A Foresail tra -
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-' .... W. R. LelIA.bur, Phone "4-*"

!I A Cupful ef DM Can Be Applied te.Crepe Vader Attack I INSUREjMf&I This la just another free service C. F Howard Agent let
la a Few atlaitea.Every -
: Standard OIL I* adding for the convenience of the firmer ...
purpose served by a spray combine with the lime without making lag these trying Umea. This la your ad. Call and give as
In the Victory garden can also be it lumpy and the mulling dust WWiiN WAR BONDS year articles yen have for aale, or what yea want U ..rekMe.
served by a dust. and dusting takes will dispoee ot any aphid that It
I let them the board.Favors.
less. equipment and less time. touchea., and ni put en
Sprays must be carefully mixed Insecticide dust, like sprays are ''''" '"'"" '''' ' :: ' ' '' '' ' .. -
combining water with the active of two class, contact and stomach
material and, aa a rule, with sap poisons, the Brit killing insects that
or some other spreader. they touch, the ether those that l I
In a fraction of the time till mixing eat plant leave and take the poison
takes, a cupful of duit can be Into their stomachs.
put Into the duiter, and the gardener With neither class of pest U It Nature
can be it work fighting the garden necessary to smother the Insect; !
pests: Most dusts are told readyto that is, the,dust need not be so
use without mixing, and thou thick a*,to post the plant with a .. :
htt are not can be mixed in quantity heavy layer. What Is Deeded Is a I -Woe(
and wed aa needed. one cloud, which will envelop the

On dust which the gardener must plant every crevice completely, reaching and both penetrate under I the SOUTH!
mix himself la nicotine aulphate. and upper sides of leaves. A
The material cornea aa a lyrup tag no heavier than face
and the novice wonder how in the used by a clever makeup COI"I i
world one cm make adUlt out of will be sufficient
that Here I* the way: .I'JU. quart It la not necessary that .
Jar two-third full of Minted damp when dust Is spplled. Rain
lime and drop little at a time- will of course wash off the dust end I I.
tablespoonfuls of 40 per cent nicotine In fighting aphids I especially It la
sulphate on the lime. Put a Important that new plant growthhe I
tow pebbles in the jar cover it and covered as It develops. This I 1
hake thoroughly./ The nicotine will require frequent application
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Lifelike and lively a* the II.
pros* of his pen Hindi lf alid.rra':
lames Frtaer'a status of our
first great American* lit
Franklin Institute, Philsdelphla I
Hi common sense, r I
his articles on thrift, hit
homely savor wa the cement !
that held together OU' ...In poiutr...,Power to drive the wheel the area allure dependable service to all.ectlon.

revolutionary forefather 1 I of a rapidly growing Induatrial.empire... *.Low cost power hat been a potent

Thrift and fortitude and j power to forge the material of war.and factor in the South'development.The .

determination made the to build a richer nation In the yean of Seaboard Railway, a key railroad

13 State colonies Now these It United la our v- I peace to come. of the South, hat also played a vitally Important

turn thing to for preserve which our the o Vast quantities pf low cost fuel in the part In the economic progress of

forefather died. I form of coal, ga* and oil,together'with nu- this area. The Seaboard will continue to

mcrou water power site have resulted in plan and work(or the building of a greater

Bay War Bonds and Hold Them the development of an almost'unlimited 'and more prosperous Southland In the

supply of electric power in the South.Inter- yean ahead.

connecting transmission line throughout Seaboard Railway, Norfolk 10, Virginia.I .

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HOMESTEAD ENTERPRISE LEADERAND and destroyed.after 36 hours uneaten bait should be removed and 11- Mud-in Southwest Pacific rr


.. The disposition of dead rats will be no problem In .
ramd.d Illl \, ' if "; -. in
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downtown Homestead where there la daily trash and gar- \ r -2'

N,1M.....se..b.... 'rW.0....,.Publl.bdng II H_c--II...... ra. 'bage pickup, says Sanitary Committeeman W. R Bird, '1 "Sf.:' if' ..i(..). .." I, I ' ' ?

but in city areas where there is only a weekly pickup, 1 t. ': . y
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IDC ARCRFRrr..ldent householders are advised to bring the dead rats to recep- t II ., ",. 1
and Map ,. ,'. a. .
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tacles which will be placed behind the city hall. I. .. .'i.' 1 ", .t'f.. : ,4.ti
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I5aa..ln. 5415.. Ten days after the district-wide baiting, a checkupwill '. ',' .J.. ". .
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l i MARTNv11t:,LDMCKINSON. be made on the rat kill. Later a committee meetingwill -.- 1 , /., ." . .. '
be called to complete all business connected with the .!

> ICJB8CRIPTIOK 4TH drive.. t,, YM. \ fl#, 'Ir''.. _>- I
hi Dade Cwulri t now. KM I '
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OotoWe of Dele Crnitri I IM., 1140 ., .I- ,.,. > ___
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eas.$1.6011Ft..ase.anMnd More Fertilizer Is Seen AvailableFor :< ; I
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-.I .... awn _.n.e..61 ..I Farmers if They Purchase SoonThe 1 'F' :''"'''''. ......L. ';

r e.a..wd.II 'rI 111..w at. .the....Mot. ....rifle.set M a.9y : "in I. :' '' :
abni I, 187161I United States apparentlycan end of December '

C have a record amount of fer- In the July-December period of
1043, fertilizer deliveries totaled ; I
Hope tlllier during the rear that began 3,100,000 tons; In the same monthsof t
July 1, 1844 provided at least 4% 1B42. deliveries amounted to 'I'
Br Annie! Msyhew Flbpalrlck I million tons of It are delivered to 2,000,000 tons, .
Wartime mother are hope per- farms in the last six months of Authorities say It Is thoroughly t.I\. \: :\
sonified this year, the War Food Administration practical to. store fertll'zer from ...' .
would fall until wherever dry
r Ai on their dally tasks they reports. This bea spring "' '
million tons more than was delivered space is available.
plod alone. In the same months last Prices of fertilizers are low In ., :::p,
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re-
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relation to most farm commodity MMi
and ;year.
tr: Hope grief maker the lorrow obligate'to, the Officials said there Is a practical prices, officials say, and the Office Every farmer who has waded through a rain-soaked
!s7 song limit to the amount of fertilizer of Price Administration recently lot will appreciate the plight of Lt. Earl N. Corcoran ----J
y t. which manufacturers can produce announced a continuance of Island Signal Depot Guadalcanal, who la here seen "'/
: Allho the days teem long and letter and deliver during the rush fertilizer price controls which favor through the mud. The mud, due to prevalent rain, Is 9
.?. few. period from January to June a continuing demand for all deep at Ibis point. '
J They start their dally missives This means they can deliver the available fertilizer.
t'' on their way total amount permitted by supplies '. WFA officials point out that I
+. r Filled with cheerful news ands, of fertilizer materials only ,even the potential fertilizer supply could be Increased still further If tlclall believe, for ordering fertilizer
'\ home-town gosilp. If larger amount than ever before i will probably not meet the more fertilizer were available I early and accepting delivery
H, They hope for better lucK > art moved to farms by the demand and that crop production lose are compelling reasons, of- early.
another dar 'I --- ---

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,y And M they trudge the treadmill

ThOrt' days. _. - .
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dearest treasure
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: t' age room fur store and 1'ellIu-1!
rant use also Is provided. 1 -
: Plans call for the Installation I have around
of a complete modern plant "'Ithl!
facilities for slaughtering rutting
up and processing beeves, hogs,
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and chickens, and for completely
i preparing vegetables and fruits' 7h
for quick freezing. Fishermen, also -
may store their catches! In the;l
,, t quick freezing lockers, paints out, :
'. Mr. Wakefield.The i
storage plant will tm ass ;
,
clearing house for Inf'JI'matiuni
on obtaining fruits and vegetables 7I
free 'or at low cost, he sntd.

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tensive cultivation small Korea, I - -
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which I* but one and one-hall! l I -
times the size of Florida,
age not only to feed her man-I]
people but also to export foodstuffs ,
Ah extremely low standard -;I
of living prevails, however,
with $100 a year deemed an ample -
Income While I was In Korea
there was but one privately own
ed automobile besides those used:
i by the missionaries,"
The film on rat eradication j Ever sine its first track wo laid and its transportation were curtailed. But your old rail ,
loaned by the Dad County Health:1 first train chugged into the depot. your railroad road neighbor was there able to shoulder a

Unit shown for to the the local club campaign by Walter, was ha been an important part of the life and progress huge extra volume of freight and passenger traf

Weiss. Lion member of the rat ol your community.Year fic. As a result your community went on living
eradication executive committee. ftijter" year its train brought In nor much the same as before.

people: delivered food building material and And so down through the years. In peace

LT. COL. DUNLAP I other necessities, carried your product to distant and war. your railroad has proved a pretty good

(Continued from Page One) markets. It even paid a substantial share ol neighbor' 14 have around -one you will also ,. ..
i run, where he flew the mall forth { the taxes lo support your local reh"'. rad need as a partner la fighting the economic bat-
army during the winter of I government ties'of the future.
1(34. Later Col. Dunlap was withthe 5 ."1'
American Airlines as co-pllol I I Gradually with its help y Like other'neighbors in your community. '
for ono year, and flew for an oilcompany grew and improved. Your rail. > your railroad is a local property-owner and taxpayer
from 1.3110 1(40. When I modern double track system o.v ...... sharing your dreams of a better tomorrow
North American Aircraft beg 9 I streamliners brought new crowd ol travelers. and working to make those dreams come "
ferrying planes to Canada heuined Then the war cam and other form of tru*.
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|" as a ferry pilot In 1(4041.A .
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ferrying pilot throughout his l -

serviceas administrative officer, ..
Col. Dunlap wears the American
Defense, Asiatic and Pacific Theatre FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAYA
and American Theatre ribbons I
for overseas deliveries of
aircraft. '; Florida Industry' and tnttltutton
U. Col. and Mrs. Duplap and'
r their three sons will make their!
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Mrs. Sidney H. Davie and Lt. and Mrs. Lewis Grlnthal I

daughters Kathryn and Cornelia arrived home Friday night from FLORIDA CITYBy

'I"'I"i. and Ground Ann, are expected home Saturday a visit to relatives In New York M'arre Severs
i.fin
from an extended visit with relatives City.

.1 In New Jersey. Mill Martha Shields of Miami

Mary Caroline Tiller, who recently arrived Friday for a week' visit

t.Homestead Miss Kathryn Spruferi of New visited her with hr with her grandfather, Dr. S, S.

f York City has been visiting at grandparents, Mr. and Mr*. H. Shield

the home of Mr. and Mri. A. E. M. Glbbi, has been 111 sine her -

Paul. Miss Sprufera and her return to her home in Rockwood, Mrs Ida Sllverman, Myer Sll-

brother, 5gt Tom Sprufera left Mich. vermin and his daughter Marion,
., _,. C Deputy, WhOM right eye, Frank Lardon has retumel ,
(Continued
recently for New York where Sgt. on Page Eight)
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Ra removed at Riverside HOIpl"fill. from New York
V City where he
Sprufera will Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Jacksonand
spend a furlough.
1 2, Is now able to be visited his mother. '
daughter, Miss Johnny K ltt. For termite extermination

out-I' A delegation from the Home. spent Sunday with him Jack-
: i4r.. A. E. Paul has After spending 18 months In
- stead Church of God will leave sods on-ln-laW and daughter get in touch withI
.Jtoc* I visit to relative In ralrmont, W. Va. Mn. lIen Monday to attend the annual Mr.and Mrs. Elmer Oliver. Miss

[tucket, R. I., and Atlanta. Her Dendy has returned to Homestead state camp meeting In Fort Keitt remained in Miami to visit -

[daughters: Misses Myra and Ma- to mike her home. l She: Meade. for a week. ). L. PHILLIPS

Bell, have returned from Pen- was accompanied by her daughter -

..cc a i where they visited an un- Mn. John Freeman, Jr., the Mrt,.C. G. Brown: I* expected TERMITE CONTROL

ell ''and aunt; Mr. and Mn. T. former Miss Gleula Dendy, who Miami Mill with Joy Peters her uncle Is visiting and aunt In home today from Worcester, Mass COMPANYPhone

D.' Ward, will return to Fairmont Sept. 1.
I' Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Seuler
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I Sgt. and Mrs. 'Sam Shepherd ,...w P. O. Box MS
_f R.''J. Hester, Jr. and his ton, Mr. and Mrs. Early Dendy, have moved to Dallas Tex., where .
Peter, will move to Coral formerly of Homestead, are temporarily Tom Logan will return tomor- Sgt. Shepherd was transferred Hollywood, Fla.

I"" week. at Tavernler. Mr. row to Davidson, N C., after a from Homestead Army Air Field.
'f Gables, Dendy, visit here with his brother and _n _ __ _
who Is working for the American -
slater-ln-law, Dr. and Mrs. A. M.
f9t Irwin has returned home, Telephone Co., will be lent next Logan I I

[from the veteran hospital at to Macon.J I

I Bay Pine where her received j WIlU.-'U; lIfl.mI''
Mrs. of
[treatment R. Byrum and daughter Bet-
if I has been visiting this week with
ty, returned Wednesday from a her brother and alster-ln-law, Mr. .

IMr*. Dayton Sedgwlck Cooper 'visit with relatives In Andersonand and Mrs. Chesley Saunders.

fi* still ill it her home on FormiLife 1 Greenville, S. C. His youngest -- t

| rd.Mr. son, Air Cadet Homer Byrum S.ralOta
Arthur Kaschel of
i I who Is stationed at Davidson College -
visited her Saturday with his
[ and Mn. Ben Archer re- N. C, also visited in Greenville father, Edward Kaschel. :

[turned Wednesday from a four-t while they were there. i

[day visit in Key West where they! I -
Mri. T. C| Shackltford and
I attended a family reunion for the:! 4 Wayne Lawrence, ion of Mr. !
her Miss Catharine
[golden wedding anniversary of, and Mrs. E. L. Lawrence, returned daughter ,
are expected horn this week-end
I Mr; Archer's parents Mr and list week from College'

[llr*. Ceo. F. Archer of that city! Park, Ga., where he attended : Ga.from visit In Atlanta and Athens,

f summer school :

[Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Morton ,
Mr. and Mn. Bob Fcltenrlghl! I Mr*. John A. Ricks of Miami,
f have bought residence at 201 N. and daughter Linda Ann will : Shore Is a house guest of her,
It tint lt
it. from A. R. Mayhem
leave Monday for Los Angeles to I laughter, Mr. T. L. Hodge I
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[and'are making their home there.
make their home. They have been --- I
[Early In September Mr. and Mrs. I
living hen with Mn. Feltt-n- Recent house guest of Mr and
Morton will be visited by their
rlght'i parents, Mr. and Mrs Mn. Raymond' Imua were Mr 0
I Mn and diughter-ln-law, Cpl. and Frank Kllch of Redland. 'Insua'i son-in-law and daughter,
They
I patient
Airs Wiles C. Morton of Santa are
M-Sft. and Mrs. Walter Erben
[An. Cat, and baby daughter
Mn. S. S. Beam and Margaret and Mra.. Insua'i aunt and sister, I,
.
r, Delllncer returned home Saturday Mrs.. J. E. Hall and Mr*. Blanch .' . ,

.from Shelby, N. C. They were accompanied Bishop, all of Miami about waiting
3 Mr*. John Graves and Mrs. by Mn. Beam'a nephew

Dexter Smith are spending a brief and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Mr. T. O. Plummer and Miss

[vacation In Hendersonvllle.fMrs. Dellinger, who will visit Lotus Wilson of Pittsburgh are

Ignacio -Garcia- : of Miami here ion house and guests daughter-in-law of Mrs. Plummmr's Mr, and, Wfffvsi ,"'selong Ntlwa tails iiiim se mini

[spent Tuesday night here with Pies M. Posey and son Donald Mrs F. O. Plummer.Mr. ...
[her) mother, Mrs. A. R. Living In Cordele, Ga., with I
fston.EMr. are visiting A soldier: hat to line up for a lot of things but
Mr Post)'* father, J. B. Posey. and .frt. J. R. Dorsey have I
Mr. Posey Is expected to return been visiting In Arcadia with w.don't like to see him wait too long fog a Lost

*. Minnie Austin and Mra.a Saturday but Donald will remain their son-in-law and daughter, Air DiaUncc.calL

of Meredith, fboth ot Mliml there for another week. Cadet and Mrs. Wm. McMlchael.vln .
[were house guests over lost wef'k-I I Would you mind helping a little by saving

|en4 of Mr. and Mrs. Howard L.ohnlOn. .I I NOTICE TO APPEAR t Jwh Cleveland Company a ....1 the wires from seven to ten lox the service nn'?
Mrs Austin Is the mothI IN THR (" 1(1 IT (OURT OF THE solved Florida ...,... Mlnml-N.
.*,'l slid Mn. Meredith an aunt KIEVENTR JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN York Traders I...., a rating... New YorkMirpontkini That's when thousand soldiers rush to
AND FOR DADE t oaNTY FLORIDA M'lhawk Realty Corpeaudl.uived J Ja
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Mr
eft Johnson. IN .HANtEBY, NO. M7lt. Florida aurporatkia aad| the telephones at the camp and we'd like to
I /. M. Plaintiff. ...,... all unknown Previous having '
Mitts Mary Anne Brown has re- GOODWIN VS. elalmlnl. any ,._ la and to gift them first call on Long DUtane
art pert .r any part'ar pared I...
rtumed DAVID DODD at .!, Df i>dantl.
( from Fort Pierce where Involved la this omit Situate 1* n.e.j

|the has been employed this turn r/.Jtrl:.. NAME OF THE STATE OP County Flori.... Township,, W ......
Rant IT Eaat aa folj.m
mee I TO THE DEFENDANTS H. A. Brow.and. Tka' NRU the swiss wit< SoilTHERII BEU TELEPHOnE flllD TELEGRAPH (OmP3(13Palms (
lotlf' :
If marrM. his mil, .
Mn. H. A. NW% .f NW% of NE
Mrs and Mn. O. W. Drlgger 11.....t Robert Untoa and, If ........... m of BWUI'NWU of SWU IkM Uwj /elaUPiUAtaa
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his mill. M... Robert Buioton, LId. SKtt rf the fWUl. 111
I hive returned from a visit to rellUves Lett and, tf married, an kwkand.wknai The N% of the : ,zI"IMi: ::. Ik.1
[ In Collins and Metier, Ga.I ..... .k> ankao.ai UarM Dodand. NW% of UM NEU 01.... IEH all to
If .....""' his. wife. II... rinks Ml
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Dodd I T. I. Coda and If marrM, hIP The NKtt at...* BKU af the IW\4 I
ttln C. Swing has returned wlfa, II... T. .. Cuba, Mark Louk' Uw NWU 0' Uw NWU of tile 1t114 I
U"m a visit to Ozark Ala. ,........ and. If married kr hushed, th *'i of the BEU: of NE:>4 of 11\4:
I I. MM k ...80..., If IIvt... and the *W I _d. their unknown k.lra, d.TmM.. NWti af the
Id. P. Oosnell has returned ...- and other ............ and ill tk. SW(4 NEUl J th.the NWM SWI4 rf theMEKS Cafe

[from Thomasvllle, Ga, where he!I above parties...lalmln.'...'defendants. an interest ar any under of tk tile.n NWU: .and.. NWH lam af|.*S .f NWSS.nod : )
NEU NWH
I visited his son, Pvt. Paul 00ll .11,|, ". and t* Uw arawrtir' kantnafur ... MW4 of NWU I all la atotfoa: BWH tot of
[who s.elb.d. ar may part tk.raofi L**. t, Btt": at Uw
\\s of NW\6 af :
hospitalized because R." end, If ......... his. w"'. II.... Uat. wTa* of the NWH at the smB00 GOLDEN BROWN ranD: CHICKEN. ._. lie
[arm and chest wound received tarn. till N. Barraawato BIRM,
Cnkraao. SWU af the NWU af the :
II'J6.at : the . .
hi Italy. Illliwlal Elliott MrOorahk and WU the NEUl Uw af Uw NEU T.BONI STEAK-DOVBU A WESTtEN. fit
J-.. MrCarmlrk. his wlfa. Btamff.rdCanaKtfcut d Ik. NWU the 89.:af Uw asS aftk. .'KEOCLAE MIALI.. n' 0 .. I5e

LEGAL NOTICES ......... hw! Holes._...McCanalrk. wk.us ,..sod.. II IIunknema NWU. NEUl:<* the the NESS SEU af af Uw Uw NW NEUl% Uw the

Btamfnrd, Connecticut: Aside N'. W LOUIS E. COHEN
the : af
Bwnuoa .... If _....... ...... AdultflwaMa. the BCU: SEU af UM Uw..111I.NESS all! Uw In*WUaf astie.
N&TtTB Of APPLICATION i Stamford Coaartlcirl. i Wlllum ..11Tho PROPRIETOR
FOR 'TAI DEED C. Dews and If _........ his wife. SEU ** tka NESS af tile l-WUl NOttH rLAGLER AVE. OPT. FJLC. DEPOT .
chaser ...'It-A... of 1MI II... William. C. D........ Ml Ck.lkrt the NWU af Uw NEU af the Not i
FIle A Mil alert Akraa. Ohwl MM**) i. Doknaad. tlw NWU af the BE* af Uw SEU 14Vi1
MOTIeI U alUEBT GIVEN that If a. led Mra. Mkkari 1.: Dalni. tk. NEU af Uw BWU.af Uw BEUl the
c.t'''IL Zimmerman ... Ruth U 1T:1 bid wilt 1NIL ISlk Btrpit. Braoklrn.N . f ,... SWU
l!!? holders Tairti af North Ml. .. York] CIo''__ Kaafmaa. sad ofuthee BWU af the Smttw: rw5ui I'
met Ortlfkau. No. *M kawd the If marrM, kr ._... ..... same h af Uw SIH: af Uw EXUl the *U af -
too "*'at '".' A. B. IMS. k..* UM ......... II R. fete $West, Nw York. the NWU */ the *EU Uw Wilt af MM
Mama ta mr. affko. sad been -u IMI| N. Y.. Jamai GodaV ..... H aun.d.hen. SWUi the NWU af ta. BKU af the
I r two ... a ku d.d W W lawad el...... JaaM OodMr. big wlf. P/ O. B.. BWU I the WU af IW BIBS af UwBEU YOU WILL LIKE .
NOW .rtitkss emirs Me 5&I.else tea B.idiiaaad. Vlrcwlal Walkx P.W- : the BWH af tile NESS: Mw lilt rf
.d morns d -to M the eo..tp at -. In Ml ,.. Almar. P.... V.rda Ea.laM. the NWU .* she NEUl Uw N,i at Ito THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITORA 4
at n.rida. ...., Lao A_.... CaHrorawi Imo, 1r4: of UM NEU I Uw BWU *t la* .
all it at IM n. Reek .. o.Ifbte WalkM ....... a vtdow. Mlnrla, Apart.awala r< .....** Path Ettata* PM SM* a. Ahawda BINaC. Law CaIf > the NWU af the *(li af .... WU: tee theN four difference
P.as.. '". aw"* ... ....,*l. If I .: Maria I. WII4. aad.' If marriad.kr tk. SWU trf Uw EU af tile -..'L all important .
.....1 ._ u as Uw eaaajir at kwk.Md, *boom name li aafca'a'a, Is __ N. NO SENSATIONALISM-NO CIIMB-NO ANIMOSITY ,
....... Ma at ......... ./. Carl A. MaiakaH la.aiUa.at BM>. TOil AND EACH 0' YOU am .......
'Gm wssmm.M d mom under I W...._ D. Co: **>a>...* H. M*. rewind .. 111. 84 a..wr.om fa thin THOROUGH NEWS ANALYSIS BY EXPERTS!
LRlimi i" was .. tile nome at. N 01" _"'1) Bud .. EaaratrM bad ..Wallas w H.. 66th dap of ........... MOM EXOUSIVB FOREIGN DOMESTIC COVERAGE n
I "'s.U4n.p mad Uir af the mum a< .... HUM.If. t.... a the *MaalalM If tlwfaiarkaaia CAREFUL CHECK ON NEWS Faa
11.- sari aarllfVafa ..... a* r*. difi.ad.a Cot. C. M. Trama.n. af eerbla Ul .aartlflrat Nra.k ....-. ACCURACY .".
....... aanrdla ? I... ux Iw..attythermos Sail Oliver Bt. Wwklaawa. D. C., ..M -...* pan kr 1. M. G.d.la. YWOtrkalaa l '' ::
-.... ..1 I, ....4 ., ,- Lewis. Ckwolaad 0Ita..... a ._w M-1wtiff. t. the .I..e styles wart, t ": :
Ilsh... b..woo .a Ms C-- s.4r+ ..- ee.rstl.a1 M4m4Nsw Tart r..l/ow: the led ahem d.-.lbd 1 .rho
.. tile "NIl w.dm M ". ..-.a a1 Traders 1_. a _... Now .Tart err come .11--allomo at mid big am Intake P.ive ,I.OII. Too.on $1.00 I M..dtS.dw'Jgr
ms'sam.. I.... whet It 00 4t'I do ,C.rpwokn. whro .as.a.hr -.. am as -- by yew Im., had.ding M.whs. bales. St*> a Yew
ot a.aepnh.. I6q. .how" mad .swat be m.an.ud artw This. Bob day af A_ IMt.E. I..e.d.e..q Offer.a e......, ban" JJ e-
Ousted Ihist' des .., ._ 1414. dills-t _.... and bunchy I ......... . LEAIHKaalAN.
-. I.tot."......... Rally C.rpwsW.. a dl..e.d F1.wiwwb.r rvHi Clang Court N........ .... .
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...... .....+.. Ptad.. ushavena add somisma be memo or P 1 OnnLD. brings a.... Add_...,.. ....._....
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Ii !i MISS FRAVEL COMES HERE FROM ALASKA The CalendarAug. MRS. REELY SANFORD. IS HONOREDAT

TO BECOME BRIDE OF SGT. CLEO FULLER r J __....__. I BRIDGE GIVEN" BY MRS. STEFFANI

** ," Mist Marian Lucille Fravtl of loll. Miss Waters wore a. .light 30-Covered dish dinnerof Mrs. Chas. H. Steffanl enter- man, Mrs. Geo. D. Ruehle, Mrs

(I Fairbanks, Alaska, traveled across blue crepe suit white accessories Ad Astra Chapter of O.E.S.: at tained at bridge Wednesday, afternoon Ceo N, Wakefleld, Mrs. Paul

t the continent to become the bride and a corsage of yellow roses. Sam J. Davis home Aug. 1C, In honor of her Reynolds, Mrs Howard Johnson,
Jtere Tuesday night of Sgt. Cleo After the ceremony a reTetlon % Sept Builnets meeting .of Mrs. J. E. GallZ .n.. Mrs. Hind-
1 Robert of
Fuller who had been stationed for the bridal coupler lust Homestead B.P.W.c. In Leader- daughter Mrs. Reely man, Mrs Bird .Mrs. .Lehman

'for two years In Fairbanks be- held at the home of Mrs. Ocle Enterprise office at I p. m. Sanford, who has been visiting 'Mrs, Snappy Mrs. Reely:and Mrs., -
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fore coming to Homestead Army Waters, where Sgt. and Mrs. Fuller Sept. 'Meeting of .Business In Homestead and Rediand.: Stef/anC, ,

t\lr Field. The marriage was solemnized : will make their home. The; Women's Circle of Baptist W.M.S.. The .1'Q01III'were. lovely .wl\h : '
In the First Baptist traditional whiter-wedding l oake/ .with Mrs. S. L West. roses and ferns;;. and: Ice cream, by.Hrewster's:: : ; office: .
was kept! "1'!alliuplmen .!, Mr.,
Church of Homestead. Mrvecl"t punch wss SePt. 8-Meeting of Rediand ,
C will poured' by Mra./, '. cake trod .nitlel.w served, BlewaIer'liar .ffUe-'biiirs 1'IJ! ,I
i The double-ring ceremony p?Smith; Neighborhood Club. with Mrs. _
used by the Rev L. B. Crantforel, The bride. a. daughter of Mr. Mary T. Jurry The high score f4wizi will won: ?berMOodsf i :
pastor of the church. Mrs. 'M. C. and Mrs. Oscarjfjavel: of'Fairbanks. tlanee..ponaored' by Mrs B: 'Hiadmao. the.we*' ;, 141'h d.Itli:k'f''
Sept. T-USO .
Lawrence played the traditional Set FulltipA a Son oT Mf.i I Wom n'- 0f'Hoaoertead.S ,ond prize, by ,Nn. Preston B. 12h Rp. r .
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by tub. !
wadding marches. Miss Latrelle' and Mrs. Edwa! d' r. Puller, ofDepttos BIr4); and'the.law. icor* pr/iebr : / .
ii Waters of Homestead was bridesmaid 0.1.mI. of five brother I !pt'f -Meeting. of the.W.M.S. i firs.. Lee'%H. Lehman. The ,floptIrig :

and' Cpr. R. F. West' of *' In 'he', services. "Sgt ,Circle two' of First Baptist 1 prize. ryas,wee by Mrs JfCe.rineth - '

Homestead Field wasbest nan. Fuller' has. been stationed. for I Church of.Homestead. with Mrs Snapp ando- a. guest, prizewas'prefentedto' ..'a:, rrl9HtJn ; .. .,
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Sid L.. Kendrlck.Sept. ;
'i'iI Mr Reely. -
4 The bride:wore pale blue suit three months at Homestead Field ,
t r with white accessories and a corsage where he Is a sheet metal'..workM. I .'13-Mtetrng of W.'S. C'S.; Playing were Mrs. Frank'Hai I-' ': tLER'ggX'EF91tt. : -

of white tuberoses and glad- er. bf; Rediand Community .Church! : ., .
'. . 'I : INe'4Y . .- .
with Mrt.: A. C. E "on.I' t. BIRfLDAl.'VARTT.GIVENFOE : ;

RESIDENTS ASKED TO HELP Frick, Mr. and Mrs. Lee H. Sept. 19 Meeting1!( ot Homestead ; . urn 'ANN rLUMMERx: l 8wolug.a1> .U:0: K IL'::

VSO ENTERTAIN SOLDIERS Lehman,,Cspt. and Mrs Kenneth I W.SCS circles in Sunday' Betty Ann. Plummer'a eleventh dmiud ft 1ter tie, p1IfI t+1a ,

1, Townspeople are'urged to Join Snapp, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Bird, school building! ait 3 o'clock.Sept. I birthday anniversary was. markedby ::

ft in the regular open house for service Mr and Mrs. Robert Reely and 22-Meeting of Homestead a party given Tuesdayafter* Venetian
t + men and women held each ,Mr. and Mrs. Steffanl. Home Demonstration Club. noon at the home of her parent,I .
I
Sunday afternoon In the usa I Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Plummer, Skating Rink

clubhouse, says Mrs. A. E. Paul, POT-LUCK 8UPI'Eit CHINA RELIEF BENEFIT A white-Iced birthday cake was
director. D.ncelare held on Tuesday BIBLE SCHOOL CLOSINGA MARKS I SET BY AD ASTRA CHAPTERMr. I decorated In pink and green and 1709 sw ZTth Ave. Miami

Thursday and Saturday eve.nings pot-luck supper to which and Mrs. Sam J. Davis, topped with eleven lighted can
of each week. dles. Ice cream, marshmallowsand
parents of the students are Invited worthy patron and worthy matron -
Miss Marie Hensley and Mrs. cherry punch were served
this evening will mark the of the Ad Astra Chapterof
r Wm. J. Geronimo were In chargeof the the O. E S., will be hosts at also.After
closing of two-week daily vacation -
VSO activities while Mrs. Paul Bible school which has 6:30 next Wednesday evening io the gifts were opened,: KEEP W.- ' ,
vacation, and Mrs games and contests were enjoyed-
was on now
been held at the First MethodistChurch members of the chapter at a cOvered -
Geronimo Is serving an MrsPaul's of Homeate.d.Children dish dinner In observationof The guests Included: Joan Davis -f : ;f'liMI/
f I assistant, Robert Morrison Day. Margaret Delllngejr, Elaine
I from six to 15 years Paintings and other articles will' Bussey, Sally Wright, Rennie' :
t of age were enrolled for Bible
MR. AND MRS. STEFFANI be auctioned and a special collec- Marks, Shirley Mae Plummer,I WITH WAR BONDS
study and handicraft, and classes
j i ENTERTAIN BRIDGE: were' held each week-day from tion will be taken for the China Nancy Lou Plummer Lawrence t. ,. * a a s a .. 4i
I The Thursday Night Bridge ItoUI.m. relief fund. Westberry Olin Wright and Ray I
t Club was entertained .b, Mr. and Hance Lee. ,
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Mrs. Chas. H. Steffanl) at their . 'Mrs. A. C. Easton will entertain' _, ....... . ,
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\ 1 home on K. W. llth St. Mrs.: 'Sam J. Davis and Mrs. the Woman's Society of Christian )
Fern and 'red roses were used Olin Edwards, worthy matrons of, Service of the Rediand Community 1 THl3 2 DRUG 'STORE /rt bw&tpMtt* t* tH." f fJ.

j for decoration, and home-made Ad Astral and th..N.r.nJa chap i Church Wednesday afternoon I

nut caramel fee cream and cookies ters of the O. E. S.. respectively Sept 13, at her home on Bauer,
,I were served. Wednesday evening attended a dt. '
Present were Mr. and Mrs. B. supper given In Miami by Mrs. i ..." DIXIE DRUG
.: M Hindman Mr. and Mrs. Goo Uule Hlnnant, worthy matronof LEGAL NOTICES I :" 'oUt f >e
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( : N. W.keiold"Mr. and,Mrs. .Geo. _the Fort Dallas Chapter, I NOTICE TOM BIDS rOR.PKTIIOI.ltUM Phases"10 sad 1111 : !

PRODUCTS OP rut CITY. orBOMMTIAD

,, The .ltr onntU ., tin fllf of H_
n. Mod will rmlvt bids on ._11.., lubrl.
eating oil fast oil .>xl ......... .t lumnlir
..Mtlli( >t S P. ". September.
; I, .*... Informitloii plating to qiuntl
: Il \ j ties office gratifications of ttwTltr mw rbrk U obUliwi ..1UN

t R. E. EDWARD,
City Clerk City .' HonwlMd Rl.
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: I THOUGHT MY NOTICE POI or TAX APPLICATION DEED 14:' MILK OF 1!
Chants IOTJS till '
t NOTICE18 r.V"G1v THAT >' MAGNESIA Tooth Powder 21 c
Pt I. Farr holder of BUM and Counlr I S
VISION 'WAS'HGOOD T.. CortlMroM No. SHI and f7l ..... 1. this pleasantly flavored tooth powder Is s family
Ibo lit day of Juno, A. D. 'I.'. has favorite! Specially priced! t
.onto In mr ofriro, and ku ...01. applleatlo. .1 ) r
for i t.. deed to ko ..wd Ih...
{ .... Sold doMrlkrd property ,: tko c.u. .1 i .?
of Dido. State of Florid.,
Lot 15. Block 10. rulford to-wltl k, tko .... .- ( V This Dig,wiling powdet brightens your teeth si it Sss)
ew auction C. A_......, i ................ Pint ;. / Clcini! Generous.. S,"
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Bret .'. Page a. In tko Count of Dodo, /
stale of .'u...., ni omkncod In Cirtlfl.roU I. I
property No.unifco 1171. tile TIM Said.UMonMnt Certificate of.UuodM .Id Klenzo Antiseptic r.r.. ,, 49 r!

In tko' a._ of Dodo D... Co. The popular spicygavored antiseptic-tot enl hygiene.
Lot IT. Block
10. tko
y'olford kr BM
....... C. A_..... n Subdivision. Plot 8
Book 25. Pan 1. In tko County of Do.... Klenzo Tooth Brushes 29Choic <
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state of Florida M omorotod I* Caw ,
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tl' Ko. IITS. The suns orst of Midropmr ,
I mo>o tko oiM CHIli..... .farad ?of your favorite Mile) tufted,convex,or OVAL flyw
was In .... .a M of Dodo Dr.. Co. ,
f Vales said CHIt,...... iholl ko ro.dM ''''''' ,7. .'''' M ",,:vir, ,., .
md ._ft. to "., th. property des
orrlbod tnorolH will ko oold to tko. kick.ort . r
kkMor 01 Iho Court How door on
tho fleet Hondo hi tko nwntk of Sopmnhrr. -
IM4. vklck h tko 4tk day ofIVKtomkop. f
1(44.Doled .
: till. lit day of Aural. 1M4.
'Its r K. B. LEATHFRMAN uA KITS'
.. Clerk closest Court.
r.Ii Dodo C.-.... PloHdn.B .t O
r. of hours N. C STERRETT. O. C.
productive II a MffOUl pftl6ftm Mlles IIys. Clmtt[ Court SraltAn Hire what w" when to* .
rou
*hr ere catty hours for our fighting man who r-Jedth.; ( *. 4. U. IS. ... ItH need k. 2.-.....rirM.Ai l Mwwl, .9 8 C -

WMapont wjuwfn.fnt* you IN now producing far iacludtd vuh every kit, tells whet. =
.... DIn'"UIt think"
your eyes are all Hattbeam.haw to io who sunrgraon wise .
them Dr. Leonard W. HaskinSpi.loMol. .
exMnINd regularly to WAG ctriahi tau K1i
y. list your yUfen Is! accurate, .. to Ire ............ Ital lilt 5ge ... 0B1i "A9 7e PM.ra
rtttta* sent RoooMoc ofGLASSES

4 W. M r-' has r.. Asp ...... II law ft. cv.Jf. g IOOUCf e'e4

CUSSES ON 141 M. K. Vista SI, ........ rlo..
CREDIT ..,.....*.A* C dltl.s dOWN..i..t

,$1.00 A WEEK IS ALL T_ ..

: KEEP'OH ANNIE MAYHEW:FITZPATRICK

B'RACK1NS I Bedlaad Road between Avocado and ancayne fxlret

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'19H4: ,,:! . _: ,., .' ... .o..Hf0IIESTEAD''LEADEE' AND"ENTERPRISE: Pare Seven j


I mon,' pastor of the Miami'South-!, JESSE M.MOORE: 1
aide O11nIi'I the Nazarene :
Dates'Wi1h .n- "
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f Your I nouncef the gee Chat.. T. Craw I II I '(Continued rrwn Page One) SISSIFIED

I well, pastor at Princeton I leaf cluster. He wa a graduateof ADVERTISING

.Uncle Sam j Services are held each night at, .Ponce de Leon High School

: .. ..... ,. [18 o'clock and, an It nclock er-,1 and wa employed by a Miamigrocery j RATE First Insertion 10e line insertion
subsequent
_........................._A.... : vice will be held on. Sunday, firm before going Into I ; Be._line ;

.. rA1'S-led' 1 morning the air force I
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MEATS. t
stamp AS through ZJ ,and Al j Mr. Simmons, newly elected j Besides his parents, Sgt. Moore

through D5 good indefinitely.PRCCESSEq ( district president of the Nate-,leave a wife who I* living with 1----- FOR RENT WANTED

GOODS-Blue rene Young People Society, li her parents, Mr. and Mrs. U B.
10-
,point tamp A< through Z8 and assisted by Mrs. Simmons, who: Everette, Jr. of 4911 S W First I ROOMS and apartment Reasonable WANTED Cafeteria mannner and
I st. Miami, and two brothers P\t
has charge of the song rite hot water and helper Homestead
AS through M .good tndetlnitely chow., at School.
services i ir John B. Moore.U. S. Army, now| .
,
,! elL Palm Hotel Florida City. Telephone B. M. Hindman at
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.::.St1t AR"'fClPI..8Q.J .nd,2Ll''BDbli"11 In Now Guinea and Cpl. Marlon :
'olif""aobd"1bgEtilllilyfor [ Inquest Slated'Tonight ; L,. Moore Jr, USMC, also serving " 5W-W.: .(lllll);
live pound. SUnip IS good i FOR SALE
overseas ,
In WANTED IX) RENT-Two-bed.
far five pound ,after Sept 1 Slaying of NejroAn I .. ..

.: I Stamp 40 food tor 9 pound o) I Inquest Into the fatal shooting ! GEORGE WALKER FRAME BUILDING 16 by 28 ft Leader-Enterprise room: house Town Box or country A-I43.'

J mining sugar through Feb 28 of l lMxt of Columbus Edward, 30- '(Continued From Page One) Price $375. Claude Butler, (.UUj

!bar Spare Ump JT goodcanning :year-old Perrine negro' who died tantl fired several shots at him I Cooper rd. Princeton. (pal)

'sugaruntil Mir', 1.1 Aug It In Dade County Hospital, and his brother, Ted Walker, who ear WANTELWFresh. Juicy tllll, anjf

:J"s.: I will be held tonight in the office were walking away from Tomas-, I I.ICTJIIC'STOVE: with I burn- lie and kind. South Dad.F.rma .

f.sH J s-Ah silo *famp* 1 and of Justice of''the Peace Sid L. sl* place George wa brouht to. era, eve aM firetacooker. First National BaM:

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,..GASOLINE--A-1i.couponp good from the state attorney; first aid, and later wa taken to, eoodltion:Phone STt-R-4. (a4tf) -
.7 JIlcN.... I office, will be present J j the county hospital at Kendall. -Good used furniture.'

. ; : ; . Joseph Anderson, 31, another! Restantl waa.arrested 'b, Constable -, BABE AND UNUSUAL tree eni Smith-Grave Furniture. Co.
. Perrine negro has been arrested Irwin and Marshal Wm plant Landscaping and grove (mllU)1
: 'Jhsting I Resigns Charge for the hooting of Edwards and| J. Geronimo of Florida City An plant/ng Sunrty Grove Nurseries -

Of Local Church'of. God I July 4 when, he said, he found investigation wa mad by State / Palm Ave.. 2 mile wen

. Edwards In the Anderson home. Investigator Leon ShafferWANTED I of Florida City. Phone 58J-W
. '" TIlt Rev. R JE. Hastings, paior .; I (26tf) S. L Kendrick iJCSNTCE j
of the Homestead Church of
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Jod, has; resigned tH I charge .

'_ ...... ere, effective Oct. 1, and will PERSONAL or THE i

hove to Albuquerque, N. Mex, I .
where he Will do evangelistic FREEr If Execs acid .caure yot PEACE: '

Wk. 20 to 25 young ladies, ages 18 to 30 to train for pains of Stomach Ulcer. Indl Birth Orflflralea ana lhrr ._
Mrs. Hastings and the children, gestlon Heartburn, Belching 'tunrnts It'knewlt'dretl and wlUsessed.
positions with future Western Union's train-
a at
JColleen, Walter and Warren, will Bloating, Nausea, Ga Paint .
'Visit Mr. Hastings' parent in in? school, Gainesville, Ga. Qualifications: high get free sample Udga a'

1.Islington, S. C.. before going to school graduates, touch tjpists. I Brown Pharmacy (pn24)) '
Odd Fellows Bldir. .
their new home.Princeton .
i Transportation, traveling expenses to and I IF YOU want to get married, W. lit Si. Homestead fla.

Nazarenes from Gainesville and pay while in school furnished. / write Box 28, Vancouver, Wash

l. Hold 2-Week Revival Employment at Miami after training is complete. (JJltl)

Apply Western Union Office. South Krome Ave :
A two-week evangelistic Cam-I m Tug rianrr COURT; or TRW Bmk (. Pun M. PMlh Kmnfa at
path' nue, Homestead, between the hours of 10 a. m. and BLBVBNTB" JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Did C.unl,. riorU.i
was begun Monday at the 2 26. I AND FOB DADO COUNTY Lou Tmir.riMir T_..,.'...*,
Princeton" Church of the Nara"ren -I p. m, Saturday, August FLORIDA .I I. W. CAMPBELL AUDITION
!. Ckoomrr. to the Tow. of
;ty the Bev.JtflK A. SIm. No MIH..M..J MRinllni I
Millor
j loom plat Ikmof mui .j |n Plot
i, I FORII'CLORtIRR TAX; IAIICUrirTCATES Book I M Pw IM d ,...- PukU
", : -.-. d DooM Cast. rLrld.1 ,
CITY or BOMUIEAD a .........., Lots TwvatTw..
: I -.... of tin llotorlototUf. .1 t1 rIft.I T.myr..r, slack" 'I'"MI't;
.. .. cue PARK, *omo>fii( U. tko plat
;s. ..... .
tkmofroonror I. riot It M
: I TUB BOARD or CO'IlIlIlllIONP.... Or FOM as. foMlo. .Honor irf Do*
rf r":1: : :!':::1 R'IAA.SED: BY THE A'RMYI6pEN ,_ THIN EVERGLADES DRAINAGE' DIM. Ooootr, FtarldoiLou
TBJCT .. 6..pa.aW DralMK Mo. Poyrltro. ooj Slum,, Hkrk
f; J .' ; 1. 1. ., gOW- :TEAR AROUND trot ml tat .-. of: Plorlte, M ok.I .. :.71nw of HIBISCUSPARk.? .oawd-
; . .. InN t the plat tkrranf ro. "f I ORDER FOR rvBLICATfONIM I riot Book IS M Pee 113. PublloLou
TUB NAZIS OP TUB' STATE OF R..de d Do" c:....,. FIMfda
: OF FLORIDA. .... tmm and Elvhl, IIhook
TO THE: .DEFENDANT Two of ROYAL PALM ADDITION
to the City of .--. MdnrdliwU
I I swan.YNa. : tko plot thereof * .....,..
Book t Pan IT. Kirnnb of
RIVIERAHOTEL /-he. .me 10 ..,.wn to p00.. Dade Gmnty FliitidotM .
f tin. carves Ckrbtl Touof
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Tklttr-two TATUMB ADDITION
I D. B. NELIHLER: FRED LUCAS sad .
GARY A. LVCA. M Tn.Uo ooorr the lo iko Tow* of 11_-.-*.
loot will and ........., of D. W. LUCAI we five fa the plat lh.rwd _
Lsoar.q, I.wn 1 r* to Plot Book 1, ,... nil PokltoRoitoroo
I = of Dow a"Ioriol..,
II u4 FRED LUCAS, .... Lf>.. _. ..* rift-Mw ofTATVM
: hu.ban.. 'Slnurn.p. Iowa ,
I ADDITION to the Tow
CORA: C. ULLEK. o .-. .'lo r.tr of Homoiloo *ooorlo. U IW plot
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10.41SAILEY tknoof ro* r >* /. Plot Rink I,
. FROPEBTiI INC. o dl.eeied .lo> Pone US. fot.110 Roo r*.. of Dade ,
Now York oorporoUoo. and .11 Omintir, ,....... .
unknown WIN". .ueoween to Interval. ..
LM Ton "k b Eleven. TOWN OPHOMUTEAD
the vas or other. pa.... rlolmliwrorornlloo b,. a ......,....... awwd-
....-. under or a saw 45..-Sod ,.. f the pint thud Iaaudd Ie
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I . I E. Mr BlNOI, New Tort PUt Book I. Pooo ... PuMI.of R./e.di
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"Gem 'ol.Florida's East Coast' CUT. New York I Doow Count. ,........
end tock of tko ohrvo _"'"* fi.k.
THEODO UI BAILEY. D..... FlorMo. dlvtoloxl. below loooto I* the City
( R. FELLOWS BAILEY, &AB S d of 11_.... Dooo 0000.". FlorMo
,Met, )I r* York City N Y,
YOU ARE H".IIEDT ORDiRED AND
c. MAIOM N1 E. Slot three, NrfV.r .
. DIRBCTFD to flee npr..nu.to
City. N. T. to* OTTO DOM
Bill of )on..l.tM oQ tko
tko '
...announces.., MARCH IM L ash BtroiH, Now YatCho. plolirt4frt
I a._ unbar. A. .... IMI. I.
l.j .. : I . N. Y. M, Tronmof tko ._, Ifik day of
the offM of tko Clash W the Clmilt
of new dh.elved tales tbn. = for rudo Co. FlnrMo. I
i Frooonlol. looNew York Court I. and lr .
otkontkw a Due* Pro Cents will ko
NEW CABANA CLUB [I that A. V B. BAILEY. IH w. 111t1t III ..... heed ...t_ ,ate
I Now" ... N Y. and oil IT I' FURTHER ORDERED that this
Cllr parties
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order ke ..bll...... .nee a .n5" bur
_. Open Nightly at Swimming Pool and Tennis C urt. i I Mains or ololoiln ..'ko tkh w Intent the foliaw/ ...
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I Undo to.wlnlTko ,' o swap pukllilMrfI
DOM Comfit, ForMo
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Boot halt of Lot Elflilon ...* DON AND ORDERED ., Miami
I oil of Lot NIMOM of BE1DLERB fit'r....., this 11th day of A....... A. D,
MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT RECREATION ADDITION to tko Tow of Homo, IItt,
.1.ad. oeoortftDV lo tko plot Utororfroror4r L B. LEATHrRMAN
I hi PM Book 1 ot Pen It, Clash irf tko ClnwH Coorl.
I F-ukllt Kinroj ., Ooo Co ntFloridoi CIRCUIT COURT IKALI
MVl "... W. UTOCIIINfl
Transportation Service for Guests Station Waoni: 'l meet Lot*of. Ono BOULBVARD sad TWA ftlork ADDITIONto Tklrktn IRA C. HAYCOCK. tlnMr ('..rk.

the Tow of HoOHoloo _l lU I.. A......., f... ...la.If'.
your train and make trips to the world's famous beach. tko obi .tkrtoo recorded In PUt /Awe 'I, a. ...... I. ao Is. 'lftl


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Write for Descriptive Literature and Summer' Rates In Dade. Countv: 3 ",OS.. 50c: 6 mo?., 75o: : 1 yrM 1.00
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Pare Elcrht HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE August 25, 1944I1I !

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, 11I1111I111I11I11I1111111111I11I11I111If INCINERATOR SITE i m.rn..n ..tUId:. Mr. *nd Mr*. JE. W. Sever, Mid,I !:her Smith faospltel 1st
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their daughter Joan, were Sunday MM Albert Home*,'"* I
;f (Continued From Pace One) IN AND AROUND guests of Mr. and Mr*. W. W.I Bussey of '
lied ww *
20 Years Ago property northwest of the Red- I Sever). Mr*. Frank Stalling and.! surgical patient .j
f S land ..... site, presented the council children of Miami visited them. Tonsillectomies were performed$j| I
with a petition bearing the HOMESTEAD Monday for Jimmy Cray and Opal Smith, ,
tto, MStwtae *m W ..ii name of SO person protestingthe ; both of Naranja, Richard Greet '.'
91111,111 tMMr mi M* h n4 im.i
\ .iinii M tahM ere* the fllx rf location of the incinerator in UUQ weld of Richmond Naval Air Station ,
5 the southwest section (Continued from Page Five) I JAMES ARCHER SMITH Benny Hennington of Princeton

.Nines Councilmen Henry Brooker Jr.. HaU of Miami, visited friend HOSPITAL NEWS i and Jacqueline Penny of Per ,-.

T. E. Kirby and BenJ. W. Morris, her Monday I I Mr*. Frank Skill of Homestead!I'I Pine Mn, E B. Blackburn and her
who
IIIIIIIIIiIIIllIIIIIIIilhIIUIflfl1IIIIIIIIIIIII composed the former incin-
erator committee, Mn. P. A. Bowman and daughter Hugo Vthlen of Could and Wade]i: recently 'born daughter, Patricia
were discharged -
, "The dragline dredge that la to and a new committee, composed Rhoda Jean, are hoklng their John of Princeton were medical!I Jones, ,were removed to their
), be wed In the construction of the of .Councllmen W. R. Bird, home with Mn. E. J. Rhode patients this week at James Ar-,1, home Wednesday,

Key Largo road If now headed X. B. Blackburn and Brooker,
this way.,, and although It may was appointed.Mr. I Cpl. and Mrs. Wm. Adam of
II take the balance of the week to Miami were week-end guest of
Morris Mjt
moved the
reach the starting point of the Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Myen. --3
council bpy the 20-acre Redland
road at Florida City, aa loon ai I -: '
rd. for
t tract a city rock pit, but :
Miss Edith her
Timblyn and
It It In place work will be started -
there
second to
his
was no mo
and actively pushed. . tion. :daughter Jeredean, Mrs. Naomi
y.
Basing his talk on his experiences Dano and niece. Genevieve and ;r'" \ :
In the fight against citrus Beatrice Dine, Darius Baldwin,
I, canker In this territory, W. J. tEROY SPRANKLEContinued Loretta Bennett and Lester Rohrer Jil' IVY WE MUST
Krome, pioneer left Tuesday for Atlanta to attend -
grower nurseryman
.; '_ ; AIL HANG ro'j
and horticulturist, addressed ( From Page One) a Free Methodist camp meeting .
; '> the director of the Redland District that won 30 state championshipsIn and conference. I ( 't tiFrNF ELSE WE
the three (port*. I 3

\.' Friday Chamber night on of plans Commerce for fighting last Mr. Sprankle will be accompanied left Cpl Tuesday and Mrs.to Frank visit relative Mlchaelski In I r ...( = SNAI.AI./ HANG .::
> ." here pj his wife and their '
'r.
the nsllhead rust on tomatoes. Alabama for
two children, Rita and Dale. several day
"The guest of the day at the J SfPfRATfLY. ;.1
Miss
Helen Martin of Ramsey
meeting of the Luncheon Club Austin Stanford left this week
Wednesday was Rufus Doney, the Ind., 1s the tentative selection for for his home in Athens, Tenn., Y\ '
r&&
band and music Instruction, announces
f after two-week !
i. game warden who was specially a visit with Mr.
Principal Carl Wagner
and Mn. O. Clonlnger.
deputized laat week at the request
Clarence Gray, science Instructor,
of member of the club,
baa supervised the band, but his -
and whose salary will be paid by entire time 1* needed for his regular .rs'd-rlf Aye, we must all work together In helping finance the war
member of the club Interested to victorious, quicker conclusion
; duties, Mr. Wagner laid. a by buying more and more
In preserving the bird In WAR BONDS regularly.Turner. '
game
this section. . A meeting of the faculty of 1\111\1\\ .Mi
Redland school will be held at
"Mr. and Mrs. R. Musselwhlte 10 a. m. Sept. 6, and student registration Funeral Home .
and children Miss Julia and William will take place Thursday WAR BONDS
returned Saturday from a Sept. 7. POONS .11 ..-.L AMBULANCE SHIVICI gorses/.
two-month stay In North Carolina ;,
"

"Mr. and Mr*. Tom Harris returned .
Saturday from a visit to
Byron, Ca.

"Mr and Mr*. C. M. Redd and j
,. children Cone, James and Mar-'
Jorle, returned Saturday from al l
few we k*' stay In North Carolina. -

j .'"The' Berean Class of the, Cor. 20 ,Acres

r Baptist melon cutting Church athmJ Park

Monday evening. Those In the
party were: Mr. and Mrs. R. E. .
Edwards, Mr. and Mr. Harry
Cooper, Mr. and Mrs d. I. Gault,
Mr. and Mn. J. L. Lewis, Mr.,
and Mn. F. L. Mcllwaln, Mri with 1330 Fruit Treesin
J. T. Vann, Mr*. Addle Hill, Dr.
Frank Hauaman and his two
daughter, Bertha Hill and Diana
Hauunan Rice, Mr*. Madeline

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"A party of young folk enjoyed
a picnic swimming party and
boat ride Tuesday afternoon
when the Bonnie B let sail. Those laden with fruit
I In the party were: Mill Edna
J Smith, Miss Wyolene Saunders,
oJ{ Mill Mattie Lou Theui Miss Allen -
Courson. Misses Gene and
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