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: September 8, 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: VID00663
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
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75-horaepower Postwar Introduction peed ,pl'a'eni of the new will, Crew Buddy a Prisoner of War, YEAR, MAYOR RECOMMENDSNew .

preparation revolution! and Dade care County methods grove Roy :Martin Believed With Him I

predict Frank B. Rue manager ;Machinery Slated An ordinance recommended by
of the florid Eut Coast Fertil- Because the wife of the radioman the bomber that was forced downon i Mayor T J. Harris to Use city
For Silver Pabn Assn.New1
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Iser Co., who own the only such
on the same plane with German soil. .r council Monday night would compromise
sprayer in the county. I Staff Mr and Mrs Lea H. Lehman *tnd up-to-date machinery
Sgt Roy Martin reported
unpaid personal property
Forty-six 400-gallon tank, or also received encouraging Indications will be installed by the Silver
18,400 gallons, of spray were distributed missing a fight ever Germany that their Ion, Staff I Palm Fruit Growers Associationin 1 tarn for year* prior to 1943 for
fai one day recently by I learned through the Red Crest Clayton Lehman, missing Slit-I its pecking house in Hedlamdhi a dollar a year providing the taxpayer : -
the speed sprayer which require that her husband I Ia a prisoner a flight over France July JU I* time for the fell season, announces -; pay his 194} personal
only one man a* operator and In Germany Mr. and Mrs. Chat (Continued on Page Eight) Hairy C. Reely, president property tax in full. The time
driver and another)) ai a driverof O. Martin of Homestead expectto '
the tpray-eupply truck. In a establish through the same Modern washing, waxing, drying -1 Omit of the compromise offerwould
demonstration on a N. Krome ave Channel that their sofa also I* CITY TO CLOSE and-polishing machine, be from enactment of the; ;
grove, three minute, by actual alive and a captive of the Germans. by Food Machinery, luc. of Dunedln ordinance until Dec Jt 1&4.
timing were required for the SALOONS V-DAY Fla. will be among the new 1 Action on the proposed mesure '
supply truck to refill the ipnyer; The plan,* radioman,"Sgt; Michael equipment was deferred because two
and tea minute were required BiUey, was a close, buddy Wm. Crow J* manager el the member of the evn-membtir
for the. sprayer to distribute the of Roy: and when- the two airmen ASPRECAUTION association. The packing house t I council were not present Tuesday

(Continued on Fife Eight) were stationed at Tampa, Ia I on the Seaboard railway, Just I night and It wu suggested that
Mr. and Mrs. Martin met both south of Plummer dr.: a full representation was desirable -
Sgt and Mrs. BlUey. An ordinance authorizing the
on an ordinance of this na-
Mrs. White New Manager A telegram Tuesday from Mrs. mayor and city council to close ture. '
Billey In Elkhart Ind.. read at saloons ef Homestead over a period
Of
Local School Cafeteria Councilman BenJ. W. Morris
follows "Had wire from Red of 24 hour or more during MRS. C.P.JACKSON local real estate broker, said he
Mr*. M. r White has been Cross Mike i* German prisoner emergencies will be prepared by I wail opposed to the suggested
made manager of the Homestead Did you hear same (about Roy)? the city attorney for enactment TAKEN BY DEATHAT ordinance because It discriminate
P. T. A school cafeteria, and a Laura" by the council at its next meet[, against payers of taxes an
force of three I Is being engaged Sgt Martin was crew chief ofl ing. I real estate. Councilman Rue was
to .help her, announce Mr*. C. Designed to curb excessive exuberance ACE 92 YEARS openly In favor of the measure.
J. Parman president I la celebration of such Citing the compromising of old
The pupil will not be 100 RATS KILLEDIN I occasion: as the forthcoming surrender I
given I of Germany the ordinancewas Funeral service for Mr* Rosalie sidewalk and sewer lien at 23
credit this buriunch ticket
year cent 011be dollar some six
{ Vallance Jackson, wife
will be provided' for those who j recommended by Mayor T. J. of
Mayor Harris said that
ONE year ago
GROVE BY Dr Charles P. Jackson, pastor
Harris at a meeting of the council
wish to pay In advance
i the owners of real estate had
emeritus of St John' !
Episcopal
Tuesday night He asked that the
This change has been madenecessary
,
been given the opportunity to
authority to close the liquor planes :I Church of Homestead were conducted -
by the complicated POISON
y ON DDAYMore In that church Tuesdayat pay up and get on a current foolIng -
tern of bookkeeping established be vested In the council a*
well a* the mayor 1 p. m, by the Rev.'A. L Bur- and he believed the same
for school cafeteria throughout
(Continued on Page Eight)
than green the pastor Interment was
the ont hundred dead I
county 1 I
rat In which were poison counted bait in one were grove distributed Stray Dogs Not Welcome! in Mr Miami*. Jackson Memorial who Park.was 92 years Local Disaster Relief

School Registration on rat D-day and In At Homestead Air Field I old. died on Sept 1 after an illness Heads to Meet Friday
Shows Slight Loss more than one attic telltale odor of one month. Pallbearer
lied to the discovery of whole Civilian: dog that stray Into were: Lee H. Lehman Henry I Subcommittee heads of the
Homestead High School reported nests of dead rat, say Frank Homestead Army Air Field are Brooker. Jr. R. H. Fitzpatrick South Dade division of the American '
an enrollment of 198 a* the W. SUllman general chairman of likely to suffer from a ruling W. R. Bird, Albert R. Cave, and Red Cross Disaster Relief
result of yesterday registration the Redland District Rat Eradication which require the provost mar- Geo. N. Wakefield. I Committee, will be called to a
and Neva King Cooper School Campaign thai to pick up all dog not vac- Born on July 28, 18S2. Mrs meeting to be held in the council
reported an enrollment of 197. No meeting' of the campaign' cinated and registered.The Jackson was married to Dr. Jack- chamber ef the city hall accordIng -
This give Homestead schools executive committee was held i civilian whose dog I* missing son on Oct 20 1881. They to tentative plan of Preston +
a total of 39S. an Increase ., five Wednesday night, but one will la advised to telephone the to Florida In 189S and B. Bird co-ordlnator for the a
over last year** opening enrollment be held next Wednesday night provost marshal who 1* supposed Jupiter. In 1910 they Jack-1 South Dade section.Local a.
The Florida City school, at ( In the city hall Mr. Still- to keep the unidentified dog for ''tocoaut Grove where Dr. committee members will .
however, showed a loa ol: 11 withIn mart say At that time ,Roy aweek before disposing of them son had charge of building St be notified by man this week of r
enrollment of 14 this year Chandler who directed the bait Stephen' Church. of 'which he the meeting Mr Bird said. The
Redland High School enrolled distribution, and a* many of the 'TO GIVE DRIVING TESTSA wu rector for six year In 191S field of action for the South Dade
174 and Redland Elementary I captain a* can attend will detail state highway patrolman win they came to Homestead and worker extend from Richmond
School jilt, a total of 390-.JO results of the campaign a* far a* be at the Legion Tag Agency on Dr Jackson became rector of St Naval Air Station to Lower Mat-
lea than last year's regiitratton| can be ascertained at present South Krome ave. Saturday fromI (Continued 'on Page Eight ,ecumbe.

to 3 p. m. for the purpose of

I 'New'Win& Extensive ImprovementsNear giving drivers'driving licenser test to other applicantsfor than Service Men's, Postwar Problems I.

Il \ Completion ,at City Hospital those*.renewing 1944 Florida ,license Discussed by Chaplain of Local Field },iTII

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I.';' The new annex to James Archer (ufldjng will Include a nurses' Mrs.:Tamblrn to Begin Postwar probems in the ,*-' Tor Instance," he said ".. the
Smith. Hospital and' extensive station aa emergency room, a 11th Year u Pastor adjustment of the) returning service army the soldier has been told
") ,;improvement to the original pew laboratory and a storerooms men were discussed by Cap when to get Up, when to go lobed I
3 building should be completed In Mr*. Edith Tamblya wa reappointed John X. Early, new chaplain at when he can go to town,
tram four to six pastor of the Florida Homestead Army Air Field in what to do when to do It. This,
: eanor Robertson, superintendent. SPEAKS ON QUICK FKEEZIXa City Free Methodist Church at a talk to the Homestead Rotary may be | good experience for t
.announced yesterday. Geo. N. Wakefield poke on the Georgia-Florida Free Methodist Club Wednesday aeon f some men, while In other It may
s The new wing, which I* of solid quick freezing at the Lion; dub conference which convened Chaplain Early: did not attempt develop lack of Initiative and self
:, concrete block construction, dinner this week and told how In Atlanta' from Aug. 11 to Sept to prescribe remedies to meet the'reliance Again: la the army his
"" war provide two,two-bed looms, the Introduction of this new S. problems, but merely sketched very essential need has been 1'
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two private rooms 'i complete I method of preserving food will Mrs. Tamblyn served a* pastor conditions with which he ha* taken car of-clothe*, food me*. y
.*ew,kitchen dining rood *erv. affect the districtMr. la Florida City one year before been confronted in his army experience -' Ical care, dental attention hospitalization
tug room a new nursery a be- Wakefield: will be part the death of bar husband, the which point to problem If necessary, transportation -
"'4, btas bathroom, I linen closet; and owner and manager of the quick- Rev. f. W. Tamblya and since! that may be expected to crop up recreation and even luxuries ;
; I freezing plant which. I* ia. process that eis beta reappointedt: when demobilization. gets, trader (through the poet e..
,: ": C'L asrtiiet, ,.L..,'the ortcinalr of construction: la Homestead tea.time*. ( way. (Continued ca Page ElibtJi




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r '. :- _:d*,: : '. J '.- -. ,_ ,-, .- ..* 7'; 1 DICK'S DRIVE-IN Great Excels Lakes in Lettuce Field Test|I i excellent an acre yield grade of Next 180' hamper year ()*III'

OUR SERVICE MEN AND WOMENIrving : I |' coming season) expertnnenti
I RESTAURANT TO Great Lakes hand lettuce rvnrlr] be conducted with Via \ur
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M.II i\cl,
an excellent: : showing com pal cd und Little a variety ti
'. "'7, .c : to Ictbeig No. 44, utu.Hy wimihere i plar here' .
....-" '- "" REOPEN SEPT. 12 I -----------' .
I in experiments l'Olllju i ted 1 .I
by the Subtropical I"oxperlmcnt TO PREACH OV
Losner Receives M. D. Degree Station tilt
last winter on L..I
Dick Barbecue. which claims I
the distinction of being Homesteads glade The RtTi ILL
And Commission First LieutenantIrving -
as. oldest drive-In restaurant, Great Lakes variety produced _oho is t.uhinx a EDUCAii"I .
will reopen at IU stand at the excellent marketable heads up to I morn on "Cm'1st
Turner. 14-year-old son, U. S. Army Medical R-III'\'e. Federal bwy and Eighth at. on Mar. 18, whereas iceberg No. 41 I at 1 the Prebyt
of Mr. und Mri Max Loaner Of'' Mr. and Mr*. Losner left here Tuesday, Sept. 12 after a' mid- produced only 91 per cent heads which he 1 H pastor. will spelt
Homestead was gradui.led Wednesday Monday to attend the graduation summer 30-day closing : up to Mar. 7.Kilgore's j Sunday an "How to Live" wtfhI ,
I night from the college) of xerciM*. i Dick Huff, who personally Winner pea, planted I special emph isif on the import
medicine at the University of I e e e ministers to the wants ot hit customers Nov. 24 on the Blades produced once of the school_._ .
Louisiana In New Orleans and VISITS FORMFE PASTOR with speed and efficiency ------ H'I .'
received at the same tune a com- calls attention to the fact that ;: ; '" ,
Earls D. of I I Ii' I ! 1" II! 1 I
mission a* tint lieutenant In the I Wysong, son Mr.'I prompt and courteous curb service
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and Ira. J. D. Wysong of Red- ?
I has been maintained by hit.
land, went to Camp Blandlng last'i .11.
Salers' Italy Wound establishment without interrup .The.Silent ..
week for Induction and was assigned .
I i I lion .
Treated at.Diltmore: to the navy He I I. now fluff .
: Mr, Mid, also, that hit
getting boot training In Bainbridge -' A
''Salesman
to specialize
Pvt. D. C. Balers whom place will continue *
a localnewapaper Md .
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i In .wndwlche steaks, chops and f 1
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reported killed In the In Jacksonville h* pent one .
Italian campaign, returned Saturday -' night at the home of the Huv j I chicken. t ii
from eight months of over- and Mr, T. H. Norton and their. COnlPANf*
STANDARD
seas duty and Is now st-the Bill- month-aid son Mr Norton was: Kejstcnian ean I OIL ]
more army hospital receiving formerly pastor of the Silver, Yields of 5 Varieties
treatment for a hand wound 1 Palm Methodist Church. '
. t C. F. Howard, Agent -:. Plnne: 81 ,';
Pvt. Saler took purl In I The Keystonlan bean led in
ing the Anzlo beachhead enabIiSh-I' Pfc Grant M. Goodwin, son I ;yield per acre In tests of five bean I
Injured near Rome. of Fred Goodwin, local business varieties conducted last year on NOTICE TO FARMERS "1

On Tuesday he visited Thorpe'I man, visited his father and stepmother the east glade, reports made by You" now apply for your gasoline and fuel all rationing requirements |
Taylor and other friends In this I here two day lost week: Dr. Philip Westgate of the Subtropical .11:
district Taylor was the first to Ion. special furlough before goIng -' Experiment Station indicate for the coming season ct County Agricultural
discredit the report of Sellers overseas In the signal corps! Agent office, 14 N. Krome Ave., Homestead Get your ppll.

death . ,''h. had been stationed at Camp Included, in the experiment cation In early so an to be ready when you need fuel. J
t .- ) Florida Belle and "jC'
Crowder, Mo. were the new
. .. , STANDARD TRACTOR FUEL near gasoline *tamp*.
Lt. (J J. () William Isla I the Florida Wax varieties developed ,

New Orleans awaiting orders s. Sgt Howard/Li nb, Jr., I* by Dr. Richard Townsend OWNER I I ADDRESS I FOR SALE. _.._
for the LST boat. of still serving In a bombing squadron -) at the Belle Glade Experiment .
I I. to be executive officer Mrs based in England. j Station. 1'11. Florida Belle made Raymond Barnes Phone S82-K2 Glade bum with
Bradley returned to Homestead! !I an especially favorable showing. hud robber tires. ,
yesterday from I 10-day visit The Keystonian produced 270
Lt .0. g) Vernon Turner son W. W. B-lhe Phone 52S I h. Johnson out. '
with him In New Orleans Dur- of Mr and Mr*. Geo W. Turner bushel an acre; Florida Belle, -RJ p. "'
her absence, their elder son Billy was transferred from the Miami :250: Tendergreen. 254; Black Valentine board motor & boat .
five, remained In Homestead with | 213; and Florida Wax, 148 .
subchaser station to.,Hollywood John W. Campbell Phone It 2-rew John Deere potato > j
big paternal grandmother, Mrs.A for special training He and his, Heretofore the Tendergreen and . planter' en rubber <.
R. Livingston, and the younger wife and baby daughter moved' the Black Valentine have been ,
son, Bobby, not yet two visited to Hollywood Friday. the most popular varletle for .1'
his maternal grandparent, 0 0 I' local planting, Far Seuth Growers Phone 23 Two 2-row Innate i
Mr. and Mr*. Wayne Calking In potato planters.
Miami. Seabee, Charles H. Steffanl Jr, '
0 seamdd*1-c. after a visit at his The From DistrictTo W.. A. Fisher tax 145. Homestead Table model PMIce; II

James Nesbltt, hospital apprentice home here left Saturday for Attend MontverdeFive radio,
2-c has been transferred' Camp Eudcott, Davlsvllle, R. I. --W.U'fED 1 BYADDRESS- TNT" r;
from Bainbridge, Md* to the He has been awarded a medal young people of that (II.
college of medicine at the Unl-| for sharp shooting and one for drlct will leave next Thursdayfor S 10-ln John Deere 'H
ver-ityof Alabama In Tuscaloosa| pltchlnevUiree winning game in Montverde fla., where they walking plow C. E. Elchcnberger Phone till I '
where he will begin the study of, diamond all, | will attend Montverde School. \
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medicine j l eCpl's Joy Lee daughter of Mr. and Formal H tractor on ,
laroll1 M Campbell left Mr. Curtis E. Lee. and Patricia rubber. HeUerty Diesel Phone 547-J-t ;
*rank Halier Rice, hospital apprentice -| for San Marco, Tex. Sunday Robinson daughter of Dr. anu 1-A Farmall tractor
2-c, USNR, Is nov, In I after a visit here with bin parents -' Carl Robinson will bo Juniors \V. It, Loonsbury Phone 5II-W1 }J I
the navy hospital corps school |n Mr. and Mrs A. J. Camp Betty Stillman. daughter of Mr.
Santiago, Cal, according to word bell. Cpl Campbell is'a flight and Mrs Frank Stillman. and
I This Is Just another free service C. F. Howard. Agent for V.
received by his grandparent. Dr. plane mechanic i Carla Joyce Hobson, daughter of '
and Mrs Frank Hausman of this | Mr. and Mrs. J. Carl Hobson Standard Oil U adding for the convenience of the farmer dur.ing .
thne trying times. This ls your ad. Call and five M
city Frank Hagler recently Ulric Vihlen, seaman 2-c has will be sophomores; and Berber .
have for sale, er what ;yea want to purchase: 1
pleted boat training in the been spending a leave here with Wysong son ot Mr and Mr*. J. and I'It"lun:: e en the beard (
takes ravel Training tom-I his parents, Mr, and Mr*. E. E D. Wysong, will enter the seventh
Chicago: His brother, I Vihlen. I trade: j 1Ii"I":1': ' : " "!"" "'' '" """ ; : '' ! '' !:!! !: '' )
with their parent Lt and

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and Prlacilla Mrs.Fread.Lewis, the. onM:1: RED LAND BRAND FERTILIZERS :

cently with Mrs. Lewis' mother,I I

Mrs. Oerda Freed,. and with Mr. I .. .
Lewis'' stepfather and mother Mr.j, -
and Mrs. A. C Easton. Petty Officer -
Lewis I* stationed at Bainbridge -) "
Md, and Mrs. Levis| e .e .

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ent. 8.1944 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Pate :Three'


Miss Anne Bellows Joins I Is serving at a Caribbean .Iatlon
; TOM I AND BILL'SREDECORATING1 MINISTERS PLAN
Homestead } Faculty I I Pvt. Wilson Tlpplnt, who was associated -
High la the ownership andoperation

o Years Ago! appointed Mile Anne teacher Bellow of social he* studies been- REOPENS AFTER l he entered nf Tom the and service Bill'*(before the YEAR'S PROGRAM

"Bill'*" half uf the name) I* a
at Homestead High School to
n. r.n..he Iles. .f h.a0..kw. met'hanic In the dir force M Na.hville. Plnn tot .1 pro>:.reMl\e and r
awy .- ..... .... "replace Mb Miriam Hawk who
w I" yawl
for the next
,,_...... ... tee. dyer irilmulntlntf program
t
the ...", ..,_.. ........ f...1It....ids pros of hat been transferred to Miami eight moo tfwe,. mad by
... ..... M. M Hind- Fed-I The senior Mr Brooker a
"IS m reed lM N. Isawhh /. announce Principal Tom find Bill's restaurant, members! of the Rntl"nd District
the II........ RM.reo,I., Wr eral brother of Henry Brooker, Sr,
man. hwy and Avocado dr, hut'
'Iohe' MOt U. lilt.D I Ministerial Asunrlation m their
and Ed Brool.sr. homesteaded
Miss Bellows a sitter of Mr' reopened for business after having flint meeting thin season Tim-
IIIIIIIIIIIJ I!mIl!!m!!I rllIlIlIIlfnmmll'! { Green Rives of the high school been closed fur several weekt here first U pool years hall ago In Homestead and owned the He day In the 8<\('lulIll tf the first

faculty, taught mathematics and while undergoing renovating ands| Methodist<< ("hurl h i>f HunioieadSomo .
"At n ji, ]' mating of the 10ril English in Miami Technical High repainting Floors have been} moved to Miami in 1911, how-
of the Am", member
|> bond "t school withF ever, and lived there until twoand ping
truijo, that landed, table and chair have
School last and before
year '11be .
LI"n" s l on, locnl mtrnber been repainted walls and win- a halt yean ago when he decided v optn t. la-
was residence director at the University Red.
All ministers in the
I the county board of education<< dows retrimmed, and an asphalt bought the restaurant formerly men.
both
of Miami She has a
land District end their wives are
. owned and operated by Mr. and
bid
were opened and con-, matter' and a bachelor1 degree cement floor ha been Installedin
acts were awarded for the Mr, "Red" Ruff.
eree- from Kollin College at Winter the kitchen. I association
!on of the new junior high icbool
Park. Mr. and Mrs Tom P. Brook- After a cafeteria luncheon, a
>ullding . The lowest bid for Work Books to He Sold
I er are known at 'P p and Mem" period of fellow.hlp11 enjoyed.The .
'the
construction of the Junior to the many service men from At Elementary SchoolThe next meeting will be heldon
)Igh school building was by J. FiTmphrey n. M. Hindman to Teach
Homestead Field who! frequentthe I Tuesday. Oct. 1 in the Presbyterian -
1 for the turn of'$ ,984."i Courses at UniversityB. I place. Tom and Bill' has a sale of work book for, Church social hall.

"The death of A. D. \Jntonl of service flag with three stars, a* elementary grade will be conducted
H.
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Hindman principal '
addened Florida City resident I the Homestead and Florida City Mr. Brooker1 ton Tom., Jr, hbInlaw at usual by the HomesteadP. Father of Mrs Jacobs
iVedne* lust M the poon whittle blew' school, on Sept. 30 will resumehis married Miss Margaret Brooker, Neva King Cooper School, announces -'I Stricken Chicago

yesterday, after an illness of *ev- work a* teacher of two University and .Mr*. Brooker'i son, Wilson the president, Mr*. C J. Mr. Adrian Jacobs left by
eral week. . Funeral services of Miami graduate courses J. Tlpplnt, are In the armed ter- Parman. M.... Carl Anderson U plane Thursday of last week for
in school administration
problem -
\ivere conducted at three o'clock chairman of the tale. I Chicago In response to a telegram
bit the Clinton home In Florida and supervision in the vice.Tom former the' The work book will be sold advising her of the sudden death
manager'of
,
school and the Inter-
City by the Rev O. M. Freeman elementary mediate achool; Homestead Swimming Pool i* a next Monday and Wednesday and there of her father, the Rev. W. tr,,
df the Florida City Community the following Monday C. Norman 64, Wednesday night. F
private first class now acting asa ,
Church. The body will be placed Both classes meet on Saturday sergeant of supplied at March The P. T. A. conduct this an- Mr. Norman, who wa pastor i

bn the north-bound train tonight morning Field Cal. He has been In the nual sale without recompense to of the First Baptist Church of
nd taken to North Haven Conn, Mr: Hindman 1* again teach air force for a year and a halt accommodate the school patron Glendale Cat, was visiting in '
Mr. Clinton's former home, to ing home economic In Redand Chicago with a ton C. M Nor
be Interred in the family plot. ." High School. Warrant Officer Ovid Sullivan .1 man, when he wit stricken witha
..
"tor. and Mra. War serfs abraM ** heart attack. He wa burled In
Howard
Kirk ..
clock In the social hall and all amaetalag mere t* yes
BOARD TO MEET ,
CHURCH Chicago.
announce the birth of a ion Au(. t ....* hwestmeal.
J- t a ged
29 at the Maternity The official board ofthe I member are asked to be pres.ent Other survivors are his wife,
Hospital, MIami ." rat 1.
!," Homestead Methodist Church will announces the pastor, Dr r..U yewse .1 I larch, and another daughter, Mr*.
meet Tuesday evening at 6 o'- Sidney H. Davle W. B Medlar of Spencer la.
"Mr. and Mr*. Cha Behreni
announce the birth of I ion onWednesday. .. ... .... .., . ,,, .. . .. ,... ,n ... . ." .. . . .... .... ..
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marriage to Henry Dubois of Jup-
iter li to take place on the
of this month, was honored tenth with I

another shower, her fourth on l Tom & Bill'sTavern
Tuesday afternoon. This time

MU Ilah Nixon and Mr. A. L..

Browne were the hostesses, and I
the shower wa given. at the Nix
on home , "
"Wh'n the Sodako Club met
It the home of Miss Stella Hookon

Thursday the girl surprised
Min Dorothy Tower with a lIn-
gerie shower . "

"Mary Bradley celebrated her I -

birthday with a Jolly party on
Monday. . "

..;................................. ,. ::,:;t.

Homestead Girl Scouts ,

By Jennie Lea Davis

....................................

At the Girl Scout meeting this
week membership cards were'

given to those who had paid due.

. One new scout was added to the for Business
i troop. Reopened ;

I We are going to have a court
cf award where the scouts will

get the .honors they earn. The ) .
Ranger patrol hat charge of thi
program .,Y ; AfterRenovating : and 'Redecorating ,'

Refreshment*, were Served by ", \. .. . .. .\t ,' ,. ., ,
,our leader .Mr*. Skill and several -

game were played. ... "
Scout there wereInza Nell i "' .
Roman, Emma Jane Rivet Mary : A

\Jane Hanker Joyce Walker-sa1\\,
Suber, Betty Ann Plummer Bar-
bara Ann Shuler Mary Lou Mutselwhlt - .

Visitor* were and Jenny Rosemary Lou Dlckln-Davis. ) Home C oking


Mon and Sylvia Barnes.I I II '


orrici NOTICE or UtPACTNENTTALLAHASSEE.Tint TO Wastes STATI ROAD That Brings You Back

: FLORIDA
: Aural M. 144IWUt ,
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'; ......Mill. bile IS:will M A...M.,m.......T.. *.i.Oil.trflct the. Sirloin Steak......_..............1.50 One-half Chicken........,,..... 1.00 Cheese Omelette.........._... .80

K lath 04 day.of-.......!" **'' 1014* '" "" ""* T-Bone Steak.......__........... 1.25 One-fourth Chicken........... .75 Ham Omelette................... .80
I- III Rome ,W .]... 14 ft. 1 14 ft., M H k Innta Porterhouse Steak:.........., '1.00 Hamburger Steak..._!_?_ .GOJ Chicken Liver; Omelette... ..85
I Sail Naebar. rWUa. M Suu

,'awe.dW Hh_, N.1144.. to"trod'l. ._..__lor c:.._.tr.Uid Lamb' Chops.._..___......... 1.00. Spaghetti and 1\Ieat'Dans .60| Home Baked Lime Pie......... ..15Salad

... .
kuUdlm I* MUmy hMi err "
Property wit .. M *... after asset and French Fries Hot Roll Served With Dinners '
,
aw..etaM ., his ..... .
:Ceo,..?. _. a. ..ufl.d..... with\
pr se earn Star'. D.e..urr .e.Aet.eh.d
- Payable r the .
.K the Seta BMW Dose,tte.t. t.. r., .'
t.u aswot .1 tho bid ... M fuel"...
IU A* rhMfa -< kt
M : will k* trtiirm ..:= '. .
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an. award It .*.. .1 : .. .
.... ... be ..i/.d saa pm-sal I' '> .
M. H MlBulUliv _'7. '.' r '
tom be .- ; TOM P. BROOKER Owner .
........ .. .w'I l ,
..y be ......4 h . I ,
file at rt.. eao/.Mh. :- Federal Hwy. at Avocado Dr. Telephone 9148 y ''
ne ns.ee..a .sass tlr
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Four HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Sept. 8, 1944


: that It k net only more difficult: ceptad alternate In cooking because -' I ten" replied the other sadly

I HOMESTEAD LEADER to digest but also that chocolate it la plentiful, unrationedI! FROM OUR MAIL BOX I "How's that?"

t AND ENTERPRIS. Interferes with the body's asslralUtlon -1 relatively inexpensive and not]: "She's the one and I'm the

of the calcium and phosphorous fattening". i I nought.1

r..w .. MilUACH la the milk. It milk has I "But," sari Mrs. Walker, "mlD-l: rtAisc rom HOSPITAL I

to be camouflaged before children ' eral oil Is not a FOOD and when Editor Lea e..Enterprbe

\ Pobl.bod Frwye /rota.tad. Pis, will drink It, then try prune, used too abundantly absorbs vita, This I* a word ot praise for AUt CONDITIONED

5y r. ...... sale PuhiMW. C..am 7.SRN or orange Juice, cane syrup; or, min A, D and K from food before James Archer Smith Hospital and

,vanilla. Chocolate la permissible' they can be utilized by the its staff trove on* who spent last ROLLER SKATEIN

occasionally, of course: but not:'' body." !, week-end there as a patient of COMFORT .

PsodeN. .ana.M EdISr:* ,a* it is being used 'by too many "'l'hl practice of using mineral Dr. ,.., M. Logan ,"

.' folk: today." .il with foods Is bad and if continued The hospital seems to be one EveBlat, ,:at.. 1141: V. M.tajnIssUB .

l" 111112.111,alll... Bdfctar ABCKUaM : Another! Idea that only certain'I regularly CM lead fc. deficiency of the few place where prewar -i ISo, plus tai

t, MART FBBRELL WCatNBOH brand of evaporated milk Contain -I dJ...... Nor should people friendly courtesy and efficiencystill

,; Mom aM .b"ev.ecswnow all necessary nutrition was take mineral oil as a regular prevail Venetian

,exploded. With the exception of i laxative except upon the advice EUCENg rONTACTB

I a slight difference of flavor, all' ot physician and then only is Rink
isATSDIs Skating
Door Summer. 50o10ago. 11550..IA. brands *f evaporated milk axe' long after meals as possible. .*... JV e, Wore

Bal. p. -. ,equally nutritious. Manufacturers "Many people who think they "You know, my d**> JOM, tTM tW tm Ave MUotlBOD
; .'01 > CoMtyi MOB.. Neat
a ... ataii i Mwsue, are required to meet; government, need a regular laxative would that you" and your wit should

'eUodarda; hence, the baby will find It inuMosssary If. they would be M oss.'*

grew just M well en one brand eat mac fruits and vegetables, "A a matte el fact we are as
awlrr.1 r o..e shame r .star
womb s vNI. .. same rPMuftcA. ,*. aath *. whole goals breed and cereal 14. Paw U.. b> tW Courts of
Florida. =.. the = .r i The Is the wide use of and drink plenty of water." .* APM.WATWS Dada Slat ., ........, M tMkrao4la
Mach .. it.1. oil: TAX seen Cora_ .. It.... TW aoMM.MM .
IBS-si greatly Increased asa roe ..SUMNOTKB of aaM roportr .wool IW MMCMUbaat
food since all fats and oil have ar.tl"a III 1* MEBJCBT: ttVXM that b.a.4 WM hi tW MM ot
bees both scarce and rationed. tW NEtt of tW As% sow 555 | H.I1AIETK BAMMOWD ....... o( E.. Man B. ........
Where Home Is tW HWH of tW MW(4vof tW BEH: reUooi Dr.1.... Dbttiot Tu OtlffcOIMJ LoM tt aa U. Bloik M wads
I. Mineral oil has become an acjMTtr tW SH of .. % of MCK of SEHiIW : ; N__ *M* .... IM*. M*. ...... Ptat Book ,e. Pan ... hi tW
Br Anal Marhew Fitzpatrick SWH ol .aha.BJCHt IW SfeH ol tWNWH sera MMt HOtS loMS. 1M10. WMS. county of ..... SMI of Pturlda, Moaikrati.
of tW NEt IW SWH.ot tW ...... 1M*>. 1IM1, 1MH >B4 | U1. ut.tW la CrUflaok Mo. MMO.
Home b the place our fondest 'TO APPEAB. HEX: tw awl, ., tw NWI of twrirH .. 1M day of 'M*, A. D IMS, h.. TW ao....at ., MM .eo.e.ty ...
memories stay. IN TW. clarets VOMIT or TBs ; tW NWH ba PW1 NWH of, rlloool .... Co.ll_ .. b silky. M4 don IW taM OMIfbaW/ aged wal. hiIW )
LBVBNTH JUDICIAl CUKTrl IN NWH and NEK MWH f ban wads application. for aaau al Look IMrab.Lob .
BWH tax dead tobra
,
No matter it the house has fallento ANSI POS DAD ruvMTr FLORIDA- WWH *f NWH : ..Ii'I Borden SI : 1 .......... b WMKUMi with ,... I fc. BIrd IS, WlnMa Park
decay. M CBANfEBT. NO. SITU. TW BBH of she NVH *t IW SEH ItW But OrtloliilM .krao> IW MkmlMMrikol .. rim Book 14. Pan N. la tw Countyof
We live In houses home J. at OOOBWIM Ptamthfva. sib ol tW NWH as IM SEHl t tW'SWH ': property oltMlo. !. DOM Csa. ,.- Dad* SoaM of "...... M om.kroxMd .
many tw NWH of tw SEH: twW U ertIt..... N*. 101*. TW
the one DAVID DODD .. .1. DofradaathIM of tW NEHl, tW N* ot '" La.114'PN1... 5. WU... Perk., aMMMaont of MM property ..... ,Ito
That beat recall the. pleesanteit TUT PANS or THE STATE OF of .... NWH I IW SEH ol tW sitE. 01 I Flat Book 1/. Fa. .4, I. the County MM CrtMbal* thud WM M IWMM :
M.OHUM. | tW NlHi, IW BEH: oj tW' NWHi tWNWi. of Dade. BUM of Florida .. ..ovkiveot ol PmlMOT W. HolMo.. *,
things we've done. TO THI DEFENDANTS a A. brows % of the NEH ., IW NEHi: theN In Cortiriomat N. SW*. TWOMo Lot *. Blork II. VlMaa Park
Home la the place where there ...... M married kb ..I'.. Mr* H. A. % of IW BEH of tW "-1'4 ; tW lW _., of aaid. property ...... tW Plat Boot 14. Pan N. la tW County ,
ft Browai Robert *taato* ..... a pjarrlpd.kb of tW SEH of tW ME*, all U Bo* Mid CorMffcal bMo WM .. IWMm at Dd, BMW ., Florid M OM. ,
1 were apple trees wlf.. .... Robed Stantoo Lid ties Sli.TW of T. L Wklton.LM Mead *n certificate No.. IOM4. TWt 1It
To climb amid the blooms tosway Lot end K nwHU. Wr kuaWad, SEU ., IW Nil:%" *f tW t *base ..... P) nkaowat David Dodd NWH-of tW NEH of tw NCHIW ; Book 14. Put ... In tW County oftkukt. c.tINeoes Mood WM hi IW .
I high In the breeze. and. M ......... kb wife. Mra. David NWH of IW SEH of W BCHlIW : Blato of rbrUa. M omomk .. Maw af C. P. Carolina wklkaa.Lota .
I' Home la the place where comingIn DoM I T Doha ..< tf vwralrd. kkmMm. NEH: .., IW BWfc of tk* BEHl tWW OrtUkoU No. (.... TW .sir H. Block I.. Whmia Park
f from play I III... *. Cobol Men LMM of. tW. BWH of tW liE\4 S tW BRHof mast ot aU tropntr ends tW said. Plat Book 14. Pan 44.. la IW Couatyol
.... .f marrk4. bar husband.wbwe HH BWH ., tw BEHl: tw rWHof Cmlfbalo lu sed wa hi IW MOM a* Dad. But of ........ M *m.aroMd .
; You smelled fresh lager ,bread, ..M b ..k_. If Ililni. aM tW SEH .. .... SEH: : ... MH oftW Royal Llkkr. la certificate No. IOOW. The .11j
on wlnteri day. III sired. their unknown Win intmm.Ov NWH of tW Sit%; IW W% of tWBWU Lot S Blk.; T, WlnoM Perk s.e..M vi aid p.ope.ts 5.1. the
.' ....._, and l .1........ and all ; tW NWH ot tW SEH of tW Pb Book.at'L. S4, IB IW COM| ..... Corllftaat faouod wat la IWMM
Home-there It war we could relax parties olal.'... so ,- aha SWHi tW SWH of tW SEH of IW .* lIMo Ku .. riiikat. aa OOM of A. L''....".
and rest ...... Meal ..,-.... .r Mr W (WairrlMl SEH: tW' BWH of tW NEHl tW Sty oftW breed la Ctttlfkat No. ..... TWimiin Let II. Block. U. ....... Pal :
From school I. .M 60 aha property here/natter .. NWH of tW NEH tW NH of twBEH I H of aaM property o.*w tWMM Plot Book 14, Pan a.. I. tW County
exam or long and { .. say part thereof| 1... J.I 1 ., tW NEt: tW SWH oftW Crtlfkal Wo.. WM la tWMM of ...* State T ....... M OM.krand .
tedious test Ross ..4, II _....... kk ..II.. Mr*. ... ('EH; of IW NEH tW ES: ( of tW NWH'I of Addle' r. Pkllllp.. In Conrfbat ..... WM*. TW.tuiMaint .
Home I Is the place where sasr.- JL SW. Me N. _.._. Skurt. tW NWH; .. 4W BEH of IW SWH ItW Lot II, Block! T. WlaM Park of aaM proportr undi tWMM
essay ll-fc SUbM IMWnbk QIo:1 I BWH of tw BEH ., the SW". all': Plat Ba.k 14, Pa.o ... ka tW Coaaty CarlrMMt faoood WM hi tW
one left a light mM M C railrk. kb WHO, of Def.. State W Plookw. M oak PMOI or Pena a KaiWMM Balbi.Lai .
To welcome us, relief tag late at C.a.ostkdt H.b. McCwvkk M4 tfk I I YOU AliI IIACK or YOU say WMkyl\ banned a> Oftlfkot Id, t N. TW I. BhKk H. Wlnoa Park
m -tld. Y. .k"d, whose MM faCiMMMtbM -... be, aim a appearance la this assessment of cow propavty aaovrtW Pla Book 14 Pan 14.. la tW County
flight I ankass. ....,.,. ; AioU I pro.sdles oft tW Silk day .* SiHoakit.fMiilnirt *M Cartirbat Lad wal hi tW of Dado, BUM ol ........ .. Mi.kracad .
i Home is that plate where we aw"s.es W. M ....w. Mm Aolf aN" to ... hill4 e..plaf.M, team e. MOM of I. OoMrar HayoMw.Nti Im Orttfbat Mo Mtta* Tap.MMiMiat .1
p have tucked In bed I It' ....,.... -muscat, William I ot oirtam t.< owtlfkiato Use Ut l5. Blotk It, Wbtua P..... of MM property under tW
C. license w4. K warded, kb wi(. hr..N seda.r yams by J. M. Goodwin. Plat Book M, Pin. a. .. MM Countyof sold CdW.am. Mad WM b IWWt
Our little ones, ere we sat and I Mrs William 0. MMMT. Sn CWIknStrart ...I.tl". h> tW above atyM'court.. .fcfoHIn D.M, Slat of FtortiU. M m.kraool sus .1 5nteahetb M. .......
read.Composite. I AkiM, OMol Michael J. Dolor tW lead above doMrlkcdl otWr.wbi I. Cottlfleau No. *.... Its S, Rock '. Woitnt. Plat Book
.... If MnrM. are Michael J. Doles. tW allegations of MM kill will betaken **M.. ant of MM proporty cods tW I' Pan a. a. .... Did.. ,
pictures these. I think kb *..II.. IMt C. lido *u you'll find New Twk! Ctalnpof d. K:.",f_. M*. Tkta. lath tn of A_ rt, IM4.E of KnU.ll: I Beta tlftcal IU IOHL TW aMiMaunt olMM
Home la tf _....... Wr .-..M. whose MM b .. LBATHERMAN. Lot II. Block I'. WlMM Park, property under tW MM Cortlfl.oitar .
within yourself, a state unknown, II K. T Itla Struck, New T..... .
Cbrk.CMmU"" 0 rtClrnH Plot Book 14. Pan. a.. la tW County coke homed uses a. r. 01 on.UUniv
of mind. N. T.: AM endear .... W MinlM < ( Court Boil ,, of Dad. BUM of .'......., aa *m. '
III... JMM U*
I HlriliiiMA y.....*t Wallace Paw. PRANK K MYANTAn MoMnunt of MM proporty wader tWMM doiojod aoomlliw. to Uw. U> deed wilt
Young Man's War Say Ml Via Al.u Puke Vrw E .-_ a.. Plaintiff Ortlfbat Lea WM I. tW hung tW.m .*. the Ulk dan *4 0.lo. .. *
tacos 'Lama A**Wx. Calironkii Names IA.. ti. seat 1. .. ... ......) MM* ., Was .. Barlow. .. A. D. a....
W>llw Pantry. a wWw. Mnwbi A,*... Lot 14. Block It. WlnoM Park Dad tkb ItJt day .. npkmtWr, A. D
k u. a Marines, fighting a de*., _.!.. AlMMd Street Lone B Mk. Cal Plat Book 14. Pan a.. la tW County 14*
perate enemy, cling to their sense;I 1 if.: Know J. Wilds M4, tt married, NOTICE O. APpe tiAYION"It of Dad. Slat of "-....... M on* E. B. LEATHERMAN.
'e of humor Wr husband, wW.* same b unknown, TAX DEED ........ I. Cortlfkat* No. lHOtt. TWaoMoMa.nl Cork ClnuJI Court.
through danger, fear ./* Carl A. Marshall ll_' BK., Ch.plr m721-Arb > IMtru ., aid proporty wader Dad County Florida.CtoouK .
and perU. On O-Day plus one, a'''WoaIrl"D.C.., Josephine H. M. A nit tW cow. Certificate. kvuod WM la ( 0.... ..,.,
Marine huddled In a shell crater,1 M U. iMl'Muillr. ..4 a EwntrtxMl .M NOTICE I* HEREBY GIVEN that the .._ of H. C. 4>._. Ry N. 0. STERRt7T. D. Co
i Wtr tt tW estate *f S MI H mIr. > Carl H. Slmmcrou M4 both L. aim.s.rm. Lot S, Block" 10. WlnoM Park Plat 'Boot .. II, at 00L a. lt4&I .
aa mortar shells whistled overhead . dermal.o O>l. C. M. Tf inll. ., holders of T wl of North Ml.
ISIS Oliver St, WwklnctaB A C., I
says a dispatch from Guam. amt Tama CrtlfteM. N*. rtr Wool tWtk
.
dissolved
. Oo r.Tm.n. a
L wb Ckmblii4; p. )
< day W July A. D. .., IN... filed..
"You know, he mused, "this I Plorws. e.poretbw t 1II1o.\.H sck .... .
MM li ny ." .... und mo* .iwltotlni -'
Is a young man's war. The only,. !.,..whose, a k-.lw4......... -NortiCrwntlon IK I for tae dad to W Wu4 ,....*.>.:'

trouble Is, as soon as you're In It, .. _. and causes W MMTUlM *f" Said ortlflot oxikrUM tW followhnixrlbM A es o
. .rtr hi tW County of D Mohawk orqp
you're not young III"'."' eve dl0..t "mark am Iat.k, ..... I I
,
any .
_... -..._. a dl"rced rlerld.csaaus air | 1'torWo. I
dine, won ear-ivies, t, N 4* ft. of Lot It BIottIt .. CritflM/ I
ahcown .M e.nsc5 its =I bwM Park B:>k>.... MM Book *.
Nutritionist Debunks eta.Ind .r_ d5lawt _.k and a_ ,... Ifs hi section S>, T_'. WSo wYJ
Ideas : and all parties sally! k, Rest. 41 EM: ,. tW County ., ,
Popular
::11" .tare" by. tbrs.h under r Doo, But of FlorMc /
ssadae ...... Claveasd 0epoor. a .... TW ...r..at of cold SIMnI* ."dams ITS I
Nutritionist Vera Walker of the anameVol rIortoIa --.. 11I10_ IW MM certificate ,w hk IW WM ot IVIWw
T. to& a dlo1 ved lbw Voss M. .kn.IhiM "EN
florid State Board of Health this
-..,.....t Mohawk Sam.hy c.r.-o- MM oortKIM* .... W lii n was THEFLAG
week debunked a lot of popular dlad.sd" n-toa. s..porahst aM < .......>f I* taw, tW 9 i"iit ,
ideas that have crept Into ourJ' a against aI' ..k_. persons boss .e .. .lk.4 thereto will W oM t* IWktaWM Of TH&
claiming. uy !>wn ta .M w tWt kMwr M tW cost Maw door
everyday notion of "what's good "agort, Mir Part *r pared IWnofto M tW firm Monday hi IW menu oft I UMtTfOSTATES'
for us to eat". a.",,," ..10.""H >" -.. hi Dads pt.oikir. IS44. wklrk. b tW 4tk day rJ: t
J' Chocolate milk tor Instance. c. .... nrt*.. Township M if September. 1144.tkb .
M>... IT bW .> Mb**' 11.5.1 11 dry of Aural 1144.B. APPRtiWD.
Many mothers regularly use ehoe.I TW NtH *f IM SWUl W% WXWH I *. LEATHERMAN.Ctart tN'
olate or coco In their children's WSKMt MWH rfMW", ef MBHlS I e of ChmM Oort.tlM .
<4 of '''*! NWH rf WH fan aha; > Oomtip. Mdm.Br 1 CONGRESS
I milk to Induce them to drink he IKH W IWSWUk.. -M to -... tilTW .t N C. BTUUCTT. D.. g
much ceded food. Said. Mr MS W W NEtld: SH W. wlxnwn COOK mean
Walker KWH Of IW XH"4 J IM a>X> elm H I ....... L '. es. .. INC

'tbV:8:: : : know for some ,
milk Is harder t \X

11'1' digest than plain unflavored :1 si mm NT jW'f ; ,

\ Now ,we have definite tvld.. ,_ ) e nos evhat..ta the


LEGAL NOTICES
(Answer next week)

NOTtTI Or AopMTATMtN Poe I r

WAX no DUD SaM Y foil know you are right when yon com
> otlo MtoW rtojo that Pro aCwrn. D iVNCSOE'NA'D
.- Mdr* ., -.......... -..-. here You cut always dtpeod upon getting
-.... TaxIs ... Nosnhwy am. rt TO wzccARcrDLAaouQ1
what want and at the rice.
acted 00 amb day 1 J9144 A. a-. you right ,
.has rlb.t' cow cortNba. is -. writ wed
.1M Ihaa "Wimat.. for .x dead '
b Inge ...... .. terosda.we with .... ; TOefdTM OBTAINa Answer toWt week's :
..... ..h..es the __ ,, ,, ad ------ ,

ftertw -. 'I & is DMo WITHOUT
OooM, {Florida, t*.-lli Andrew Jackson was known .. "Old Kickory*; William
tar S, Bft. M. AM.. Plot of tWTrorMO. I I Henry Harrison, as uTippco't Stephen A. Douglas
Ptal Book la. PM III Br*. aa the "Little
Uoo a T..O.MP |S Sump 1a... 41 j! .
T -.. tw COM* ., Dad.. Mat I aL ff ".,

olf TW"'::.. of MM llmit awl I I (." ,,:',t t./. ... Giant'a

y law the ape t5.erth. ...... am la tW
100410.e Warn W. B"... VahM amid '
l rtirlMt* WN a.wd..wd ainrHo' No tusxla could be snore salrly. Isgc lty and weJIUrocted
I. torn M.''Mod wW sag* tkmiu s
of Oilikil. A. than those Invested \'te\or11a WAR BONDS. Buy *U you '
HARDWAR;
rupee iM. .*. day 4 l ....awwtJAR. D, can . whenever you can. .

Ism PHONE euPalle
B.: 1. LJIt''II RY.N. .
Clark d ..- Turner Funeral Home

Dad Ones". Plselds.ICtalk .

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Sept. 8. 1944' ,- HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Pace FMH


Mr*. C. U Fain ot Bautbrldg Mrs P. i. Franklin will return 1 I I The W. S. C. S. will meet Wednesday -

Ga., Is pending a month herewith Sunday from a visit of two weeks[ with Mn.Margart Ken- '
relatives; Mr. and Mn with her sister Mrs. Robert lied),
and Ground _
In Frank Webb, her brother and-als- Campbell In Defray Beach *'
ter-ln-law; Mr. and Mr*. M. N. Mr and Mr Harry Dexter and
Fain her brother-in-law and (la- Mrs. t. R. Chambllss hat returned grandson, Charlie Barker returned '
Homestead ter. Mrs. Bevo Webb, her sliter- from Miami Beach where to Key West Wednesday '
In-law; and John Andrew Webb, she spent two months recuperating after a visit with Mn. A. B.

her nephew from a nervous breakdown. Chapman. _

Sgt and Mrs. Red) Worley anon John McLeaa who I* visiting Miss warm Houston of Miami

a furlough trip to their former friends In Covington Ky. expectsto visited Mill Tlnkey Shelley last
Mr*. MUd A. Newton of PIne Mr. and Mn. R. H. Fitzpatrick .
Ridge Poultry Fans on Royal had as a Visitor Wednesday and home In Smith Center Ark be back home about 8 pt 11 week, -

Palm dr. went of Florida City hat Thursday Miss Lily Love, headof Mn. S. L. West will ttbstitut : I Mr. and Mrs Myer SUvannaaot
next week for Mrs. Worley who Master Tech. Sgt and Mr*. XL .
resumed her work a* bead ol tile the violin department of Trenton Miami and their children, M_
teaches fourth fifth and sixth Wright ot Opa Lock were
commercial department ol Miami Conservatory el Music, Tr-
( visited
Ion Gloria and Alfred,
'w k.-cl of Mr. and Mr.
schools.
Technical High School Il... Newton tea, N. J. who to In Miami to grades in the Florida City 1 guest bar 'Tuesday. +r
Walter and family.SIt
who hold degrees from be with her brother Allay Love Thompson -
[ Mrs. F M. Kent and granddaughter Wright Is In the U. S.. Marine .
Stevens College and the University a patient In Jackson Memorial I Mrs. V. .. A. Roberta baa ;
Norm Anne Helocek Navel f
stationed the Miami
: Corps at -
of Missouri, ham held this position Hospital. Mrs Fitzpatrick and returned boot the Sunray Health
have returned from a twomonthvisit Air Station.
since the school was estab- Miss Love were reom-matet at ( with relatives In Cedar Rapid I Resort la MiaaaL '
Oberlin College
jlahed. *, Iowa. Earle Weaver of Tallahasseeamd f
Mrs. A. B. Lanfham'ajad children

left Miami visited with Mr. and
The condition of Mill Helen Green for his headquarters Mn. Louie Alderman ot Hotly Mrs. W. A. Thompson and) family Marjorle Audrey: and
livlngston, who has been seriously la Bartow Tuesday after wood, the forms Miss Clyde :ea Sunday Wayne retimed to New Smyrna
ill for several month, was a week at his bom .... Crubb *f Florida City and her I Monday after a weeks visit with
reported. very few yesterday daughter, Mia Gloria Hughes of I Mrs. Jack Chandler of Columbus Mr aid Mn. J. S. Cave

Mist Them Redd, daughter of South Bend kid; Visited to : Ca, a kiece of Mr. and ,
J. R. Brook returned Friday Mr. and Mrs. Fred Redd will Homesterd Monday at the home Mr. S. L. West and Mr*. R. O. JAMES AKCHE IMI'I1I
by plan from a business and leave Sunday to begin the last of Mr. and Mrs. T. Orfaneoe. I Murrah of Miami, their daughter, osrrrAL NEWS
. pleasure trip to New York. New half of her junior year at Florida Mn. Alderman' brotherinlawand I spent Sunday at the West horn
Jersey Maryland and the District Southern College In Lakeland. (liter here.
of Columbia. At Mount Vernon, -- A five-pound fourteen-ouact
N. Y., be visited hU uncle: A. Miss Kathleen Wagner, daughter Local friends have received FLORIDA CITYBy daughter was born Sept. T to Me a f
Palmer Brook. of Carl Wagner win enter announcement of the birth of a and Mrs. Lawrence Williams Mrs
'the school of music at the University -!I daughter Helen, to Mr and Mrs. Warrene Savory William I* th* former Mill Leola

Min WUleta Thompson who received of Miami on Nov. 1. Morton Friedman of Hammond Little i
Ind. Mrs. Friedman is the for Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chandler had Aa eight-pound twelve-ounce I
a diploma and trade certificate ; -
mer Miss Henrietta Hartman of a* week-end and Labor Day daughter was born Sept 8 to Sgt
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radio from Miami Mrs. Green Rives, her daughter '
Homestesd. guest Mr. Chandler' sinter, Mrs. and Mrs Fred R. Jones.
Technical High School on Aug. 25, , Emma: Jane, and her sister, S
Page Atwater of Coral Gable, A six-pound four-ounce daughter
last week began work 1* radio Miss Anne Bellows, visited last Recent guest of Mn. Gerda ,
and Norm born Aug 11 to CpL and
Avery also el Coral was ;
for Pan America Airway week In DeLa d at the home of Fread were her cousins, Mr. and Gables, Mrs. David B Stone.Tonsillectomies .
Eugene Bellows of the state road Mn. Garfield Walker and their were performed "

Dr. Frank Hauaraan. J. L. Bur- department, brother of Mrs. Rives son Rosell. Mr. Walker a seaman I: Mn. Joe Miller o( Fort Laud- this week an Mn. Sarah False, \
ton. Frank Webb J. R. Rutland and Miss Bellows. I-c has been transferredfrom I l I enJale was a. Tuesday ovtr-olfihj Nancy Trewbridge and Lola Ana \
and Bob Dunn have been enjoying Miami toSt Augustine I f I guest of Mn. F. Bachelor Roberts ot Homes sad. Dorothy

the fishing at Pigeon Key: this Mr and Mrs. R. R. Kutard will ,A deno ol Redtand and Eugene
Mn. Fannto Shuler and daughter -: The W. W. F C. win meet tonight
week. They left Tuesday morn1 have as week-end guest Mr. 1tInard' FontalM and Thomas Uaderwoodiot
Barbara.. Ann went to Fort at the home of Mill Abc,I :
Ing and were expected back last parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Princeton.
Pierce to see Mn. Shuler' ten Macomber
night. R. Klnar ef Crescent Ctty.
I Ensign Everett Shuler who wu Other surgical patient were
leaving for New York. They also Norm Becker vlalUd Mr. a adi): miss Katherine Marti ot Horn**
Mr. and Mn. Frank Morris returned Lt and Mrs Myron E. Potter, spent severs day In Oriead Lawrence Becker In Fort Pierci[!stead, Mr. Athel Braonan of
lad week from the NoM Jr., and baby Sandra, are now with Mr. am) Mr*. 1. R. Toy, this week.Mr. [.Princeton and Mn. Altie Yemen
Mr. Morris produce broker, speed, Uylng four miles from Port Huenesae -, son-in-law, and daughter ot Mrs. jot Miami. j
several week In New Jersey and CaL. where Li Potter fastationed. Shuler. and Mrs. Frttf Schroodej" Medical patient kttlwdoi Mra.I .
Delaware wit It Mrs. Morris visited Mrs Potter Is the former and daughter Helen, are vial tingiS.I: J. Drat Wiu Sotttte, Jr. and ,
her mother Mri. Isabel Saw Miss Louie Long FHzpatrie: Joy Peters has returned from t Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Arnold in''t J. L ChUden of Homostoad and
:yer In Philadelphia. of Homestead, a twa-week visit In Coral Cables. Hob Sound. Frank Batty el Miami
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III . . Social Euenis in South Dade afl . # '1





1 OX BIRTHDAY .
\ TO HERBERT KVANOFF: IN SPRINGVH A surprise birthday !patty '<,r FOR FORMAL DANCE AT USO SEPT. 14

{ Miss Marjorie Lancliam o( Non
Mi" \'it :mice Ldmtdii ten her Ala., In the beautiful! colonial! Smvina \las given Friday eveningat At a upper meeting of the or,d orchestra' from Richmond
of Ui In .i spade at Nrin King home built by hoi gieiitgiuurifiithrr the home of her grandparent, American Legion' Auxiliary at the Naval Air Station.Announcement t
CooJ)!', -,1",1., l and Hubert, Fs- Ben David Williams inl I Mr and Mrs J. S. Caves of Florida home of Mrs Edw. Norman Tuesday was made that
I anorf. 11 I.., of Homasteud. Here 1770. She was graduated from I City evening, plant were completed all dues for the new year should abe
united 'In marriage Aug 30 at the Alabama State Teachers College C1.Its and punch were served for the formal dance which paid by Armistice Day ;
the htiim >r MM Edwards' nephew attended the University of 1 1lor' The guest Included: Mr. and the auxiliary will sponsor at the Present wen Mrs II. H. EwIng -
and niece Mr. and Mm Aubrey Alabama and received a bache M.... Fritz Schroeder Mn Lloyd USO next Thursday night, Sept Mrs Joel J. Robinson, Mn.
FINII.ion, in 8|>rlngvfll*, Ala degree from the Universityof Diets, Mrs. Jess Caves, Mn. 14. Mrs Wm. J. Geronlmo president Den Roberts, Mrs. (;eo. W. Turner ,
The i-oiemony took place In the Miami. Donald Sullivan Miss Peggy Mrs J. A. Smith, Mn A. Mn. W. E. R anf). Mrs.Ceo. :

living room of the Pearson horn Mr. Evanoff farmed In the Al- Mills. Miss Tlnkey Shelley, Miss W Hutchinson and Mr. Frank D. Ruehle, Mn. Edw. Norman
which wa effectively decorated lapaltalt and Homestead section I Mareen Houston Miss Neita Diets, Rue will serve as hostesses. Music Sr., MM. Geronlrno, Mrs.
with gladioli and other arden for severs yean before ,the war Miss Helen Schroeder. Misses will be furnished by the col- Rue and the hostess.

flowers Th Rev. J. T. Self, pastor but when war wa declared 'entered Mllfred and Warrene Severy, Miss
I of the Sprlngvllle Methodist government work and wa Audrey Langham Gene Lott, C. MR. AND MRS. "W. R. BIRD ENTERTAIN I.
: Church who officiated, used the sent to Panama Canal Zone for L. Cornell, Alfred Saunders, Lon- CLUB AND GUESTS :
i double ring service. a year and then to South Amer. nl. Horn, Theodore Orfanedes, THURSDAY BRIDGE
; ica. He la employed In the Glenn Schroeder Lan \
Mn. Edwards wore a smoky now Wayne The Night Mr. and Mn. Preston B. Bird,
Thursday
engineering department at Homestead Calvin Hunter and
i blue crepe dress and whit acroasaries bam. JimmyI Brld"1 Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Steffanl\, Dr.
entertained Aug.
Air Field I Club was
Army East
_' and her corsage was I II and Mn. Logan, Capt. and Mn.
Mr and Mrs. W. R. Bird it their
t made of whit. tuberoses and
I Ir Snapp and Mn. Wm. Pajrne.
pmall whit asters. MRS. HARVEY NEWTON IS GIVEN SHOWER I home In Porvenlr, Members present were: Mr. and

Only near relatives were Invlt- I IN MIAMI BY COWORKERS AND FRIENDSDavis r Club prizes were won by Frank M.... C J. Parman Mr. and Mrs.
; M. ThoM present were: Ma). and Webb and Mrs. Lee H. Lehman Ceo. N. Wakefleld, Mr. and Mrs.B. .
; Mrs W. B. McMulllan Jr., and and guest prizes., by Dr. M. A. M. Hlndman, Mr. and Mn.
Coworkers In the Miami office Miss Virginia Porter Miss
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Mrs. W. D. McMulllan of Tuscaloosa I Logan and Mn. Kenneth Snspp. Webb, Mr. and Mn. Lehman and
of
the Western Union Telegraph Martha Massey, Min Hiner Miss
Dr. and Mra. J, A. Wat. Guests of the club Included: the host and hostess.
; ion and Mr. and Mn. Harvey Co. and friend from the Redland Betty Welntraub, Miss Price and
District give a shower on Thursday Miss Gloria Schench.
'[,Watson nd Mn.of Pearion Sprlngvllle and Mr. evening of last week for Mr*. Residents of the district who I DR. SIDNEY H. DAVIES TO TEACH STUDY'COURSE
Harvey Newton, the former Miss could not attend but were represented .
After refreshment were tervedMr. Alice Wyaong of Redland. Mr. by gifts included: Mn.j FOR W. S. C. S. OF HOMESTEAD *

t and Mrs. Evtnoff left by automobile Newton makes her home In Miami Curtis E. Lee, Mrs; J. M. IM.
for Birmingham. On the Dr. Sidney H. Davies, pastor of Present were: Mn. J. D. Redd,
while Mr. Mn. M. I
Newton carpenter'smite D. Jacobsen Mrs J. A.I
Way home they topped In Win. the Homestead Method Church, .... Dan Williams, Mn. C. D.Eaker .
second clan, USN li servIng Rotherham, Mn. W. A. Thompson ;
will teach the WJSCS. study Mn. E. S. Capllnger, Mrs. ,
|er Park to visit Mn. Evanoffs
In the Pacific Mrs. Miles A. Newton
I Mn
and course, and the course will beginas J. A. McNelll, Mn. Brown, Mr*.
ton daughter-in-law, Mr. and .
Mn. R. B. Zlnker of South Miami J. T. B. McElroy, Miss Marjorie ,>
soon as the books arrive, Mrs. Ranson and Dr. Davles.
Mr. William Edward and
theyare '
who formerly lived In Alladln Murray, Miss Betty Tye and Mix '
announced "
H. L Brown at the
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now back In Homestead .t City, entertained the groupat Lucille Ssg*. I .
819 N. W. Sixth it, the home of her liter, Mn I business meeting of the society'In the luncheon. Mrs. M. F. Whit, !
Mn. tvanoff widow of the church Tuesday ..rtemoon.M. .'
II W B. president presided.
I A. T. Pearce, 1792 S. W Eleventh MRS. PAUL HALEY ... ,
pdwards, has for many yean been St., Miami. IS BRIDGE HOSTESS George Hanson conducted I Present were: Mn. G. R. 01-
Dell of the best loved teachers of: Garden flower were wed In Mn. Paul Haley entertained at a short worship .. dendorf, Mrs Herman SchlegeUMn.
She district, She la a descendant the decorations, and the gifts bridge at her horn The social service report forth Geo. N. Wakefleld Mn. O.
t bf sons of AUbama'l oldest families in Tuesday. month was: 90 visits, 13 bouquets Roman, Mn. Lee H. Lehman,
were presented a beautifullydecorated Playing wen.! Mn. W. E. Rhe-
j the Watson and McAlptntM whit 10 trays and 25 card Mrs. Robert Brown, Mrs. Whit
baby carriageand
e hey Mrs. C. J. Parman, Mrs.Howard .
r I her father1 side and the Wll bassinet and the hostess.! x
L. Johnson, Mn. J. R.
lamaei and Bluellei on her moth. Three contest game were enjoyed Brooks, Mn. Tom Faust of Miami EPISCOPAL AUXILIARY
; Mil Ruth Hiner and Mix Mn. A. F. Arthur and Mn. MEETS WITH MRS. BIRD Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Walker entertained
i .11. rt'RRV HOSTESS Jane West were the winners In Walter Weiss The Woman' Auxiliary of St. at dinner Tuesday the
f XO NEIGHBORHOOD CLUB the first contest Miss Dottle Du- The prize was won by Mn. John's Episcopal Church held a ,Jtev and Mn L. B. Crsntford
The Neighborhood' Club wai Breull and Miss Connie Pricewere Johnson. luncheon meeting Friday at the and son, Carey, and CpL Earl
I kntertalned by Mn. Mary T. Furry winners In the second contest horn of M.... W. R, Bird. '.Jackson of Homestead Army AirField
Wednesday afternoon. Mn I and Miss West won the third MARY LOU MUSSELWHITC A business meeting followed '
Sam J. Davis, president played) contest. Mrs. T. I. Cotton
sanga HAS BI.mDAY.PARTY. I.. L___ .______._____.. '.
.vel'lltoUn numbers, and bingo solo before the gift presenta M.... Wm. Musselwhite gave a ,
Mss enjoyed. tion. party Monday afternoon in celebration THt jfc** PKU6 STORt fin tw4 *Utt\ ** **** I '
During the business session, Ice cream and pink and blue of the twelfth birthday
Mn W. O. Chan, Mn. Ralph W. Iced cake were served. anniversary of her daughter,
Klngman and Mr*. Raid Holmes Among the many guests were Mary Lou.Games .
Vere appointed to serve a* USO these from the Redland District: were played on the lawn lack DRUG ITeward
JtoSlturd.., night A get Mrs. J. H. Newton, Mn. J. D. Later home-mad Ice cream, a PeJk DIXIE JehBMDrhesus
|wU not wa written to Mr* Wysong, Mrs Tommy Hodges, big birthday cake and punch
Clayton Sedgwlck Cooper. Mr*. Mn. R. A. Ball, Mr Ray Strong, were served. M art sill
V. C Johnson won the mystery Mn. A. L. Hobson Mn. Malleus The guests were: .Emma Jan
package. Torre,.. Mrs. E. J. Reed,, Mn. Rives, Rebecca Brown 'Inza Nell
Sandwiches, doughnut and Mary Nicholson, Mrs. Robert Roman, Sally and Olin Wright,
Fruit Juice were served. Pruitt, Mn. Georgia Lett and Jan Thurman, Joyce and Bruce
Present were Mrs. BeM Tham- Miss Carol Virginia Lee Others Ennls, Fay and' Ray Capllnger, /
M.{" N.... W. E alb) and daughter present were: Mn. J. Lawrence Alice Capllnger. South Miami

Margaret, Mr*. James Roth. Scott and daughter, Mn. Wm. Joyce Walker, Jennie Lou and . I 4
Whom, Mn' W. W. Cunningham, Robbins former resident of ,. .MY4
Martha Davis. Norma Jean Foster ( < )
I.Mn. 1. S. Quebe. Mn. H. C. the Redland District, Mn. Don Judy McGarrah, Warren .
Est"'' p, Mn. L. H. Klopp, Mn. Forrester. Mn. Ruth Wood. Mrs. Graves, Lou Ann Ivey, Cynthia :,t
John-1. Louis Cooper, Mn. Edna Kennedy Lou Carter and BUI Musselwhite, t MILK O' Tooth Powder 21
Mr. Alice Pearce, Mn. Jr. : MAGNESIA
!Jr"* side. She wa born In Eutaw, DuBreull, Mn. Cotton Min Alice Mrs Musselwhite was twisted /1. Tbn pletteaatilr fliwmJ tooth powder b a fussily S.

by Mn. Selma Rests and Mrs. bvomel Speo,ll, priced) 4
t Leonard McGarrah. Present; also "
were Mrs. John Craves, Mrs. Briten Tooth Powder oL 02139C
J Gordon Ivey and Mn. Dwight I '
Carter 3 e This bif telling powder biighlens rout ash si b. 1
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SE AT CIRCLE WEST MEETS HOME I /> 4 Klenzo Antiseptic E'i 49c f+'

The business women's circle of :
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Iff the Baptist Missionary Society kwj The pofulu spicf gavored antiseptic

f mmm met at the home of Mn, S. L.
iitMr West Monday evening. Mn. A. E. Klenzo Tooth Brushes _..,.. 29c
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Paul presented I program on Choice of your o inKf It: tufted coevu.or ovalKITt
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1 Give "ALL-OUT" community missions. Mrs Wm.

AID T, McConnell presided. ISMM'VKssy gflfrv:
Other present were: 14rs 'I*
TOYOUREYESl B. Crantford. Mrs. J. L. Kulp

i' WOOD-q..... base" Mrs. J. R. Done, Mrs. O. C.Radford .
Jester' N =eel ern ....." and two visitors Mrs.J. .
," If roiiR iris C Vsnn and Mrs West. ., d

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\ \' \ 1 .r* your FIRST Sept 13-Meeling of W. S,'C. S. seed h. i4,.rAJ Mseual.included ... 9 8 C :.

# "JI1 1 llNI *f DEFENSII9"BRACKIN'S of Redland Community Church with een kit,will what
with Mrs. A.'C, Raston. le ea%lw* eaMrgeMM stiM. +
Sepll.-Fonnal dance at USO Mw I I ofesw
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: :::::' Auxiliary.sponsored by American' Legion 5ge 'tAt ',

.Sept, Is...Meeting of Homestead )aaI fIIOIIoCt
VeekWslM2M .loo. 111011 &adl Dillow W.S.CS. circles.In...Sundayschool

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F LEGAL NOTICES' loam*. I NOtICK OT APPUCATION Poll
The sommmeet of Mill 0.Monte. r TAX DEED 1-
OMIh. .M _""" Load w" to
... MIM of W. L. '_r. Bator saw Pll. N. UNOTint >
t Nnm'ti 01' APr, Jr' \F10'C:' "OR Mrilflr... ...11 be t"do nod ac'w'dInsI. 1 W HVKt;' 7 <,lKLIZHlXril \ >'\ I.' CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING !
T0R DR" ''. i i1m to.. .n 404 .11I low th.renn .. HtMMOMl I' .I U.- 'I ''J
rat solos UM tllUi dOl' III Ik-ixriikn, A. I>. till airs,. ,:r elk ,f tit wool| f. < I rtlr, : .:.; -u :
/ rrn' 1" "R"UY '.IVnf that of If""d 1.n'. 110007 ..,l it ,lewd.
11RNor: M IINIER" hdd.o "..Ills.w 1.11.listed this Itlti dwy AuN.N. A D :,. ..h d": ..' J ". t I' 1'014 h.- RATE: Flint ,Insertion lOc tom. mbi>minent hnirrilm,, i
t Cloy ref blood' In. I'Cllre1v: : ol.,1 ..Id Ca nfl' ,... In "'. .ffk. sodb HrH tine
r 0,01,0. ...., l"\I. RIM nod 1100. 010. I. II. '.EATH. -..RIIN.. ... nA.. .,.,.". ,11, n '. tan ,.w' 1" 1
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flM wM UitirimtM, In a, .>Rfi.. (lade Count. KlorUClrc > paid 1'.,.,.,...ee ..,b....... th. f?Ilowt.ly
e .... .osdn .pvlkatlorl to. I.. dead "t',1 ( ..> bon "Real I, ., '. ,I ,....,,, ,,,...... I. DII40 FOR RENT WANTEI>. In' Ii" .1 .\' ..
Won 1Aw I. ....'...0'. rah ,.. Hy N. C. STFRRlTr tXitiw c , ,,"T "",1." ,t, :
Said ".f1Ilr.to. emhMre the 0,410nu i*. 01.4l.' i. n. n. mil, \1 1. 111, .I A Win as Pad., tag, draB-uiK: i.imving of j' ,k-
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CounU. Sill if Horld ,...wlt NOTICE 0" ..r "' '''''I " ,," ,., 1>." ,..., .. ,,' able ratMn ho4 water and ihow.rn. . m. alter K" In ",,I.,." .. :
Lot 4. Wk IM. Lnwiuno,. t;.1,1Lin A'.rl..ATIO' CUR lid, ". "",b.. ' .. C.rln. sllf
) C<.:. sub MM M.-k !. i Troy n tI, "KimNIIIII"I' Io" .. T1. T:.. ...,.,.".". ..n1dC Palm Hotel fot ida City. J. H. Phillip. t'-u. I .Ion 01. I
4.. In the City of Mlnml C iimv of File 04311 I m twHy and,, the $0d n f,?".'w at ,..nn"" ...., nl I I'I''" .13.J.t.
Dd'. 8I.U. of Fl"...,.. .. imhnrrd 1M HrIly ':''V"N 1.111AMMOND hated .... I. the n",. .f link".... i
to CortlflMt. No. MSI TV ....... Nf'4r( C') I I'.. .c F,. ,' Winona 1.5,1. FOR >SAIJ: SN-3ni: },
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mint of .ld oniprrly nnnVr , .rdadr. Drn6nvv Itktr4 0 T.. ("."1111 .
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The of MM
I Und Co', sob Pint Ho k J. r... mtlon for tm deed to lo.iii> then .Inn..oMnne .000,7 ouMMMnpnl.. prop* Firma First Nitmul 1 nnnks
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state of Florid. .. .ml>rar.. .., the f.llnwlnt dotcrlb.,1 l |,ron.rty. wa. t. tho name of Unknown. ----. -- --- --- -- Bldg JTtf) I
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MM* of Mid pmnrrrr nods the uW Lot 7. lll "k It, Wlnono PoikSubdn. > Plot Honk. 14, 1'".- 44. lo the CUT trees an jplant. WANT>- O;md III nunltur J '1
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UnknownLM the County of U""drt Plate f Ftarkjn. M omkrnml. Ii CrtlflMtrho Sunny Grove Nun- Smlth.Gt'aFllrnltllN! Co. .
f. Klk I The UMMmrM of Mid Salmonella oMor MIT. Tk. fiifo> Mid l lM
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Und On.'. Hub.. Pint Bw* t. Pace Ui. MM CorHflroto lonM WM la Ih.mm .I tfiO order the Weal 1 t
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Undo. A.", of Florid*. .. MUlinuwlIn unions MH CortlflMtM iknll t.. ... Mid Wtlflnu, .k UIbo r*I (28U) '.
Orttflcoto N. IIMI T.. __ doomed .rDordlim' : to low ton dead will dmw.d .....04'.. I. Lw tool 16... WIll
men I of wW nropMtr udr the Mid Lone lh.t..on o> tin lltk don. of !>>tobrr wow thmn on UM 4tk dory of 0..-.... S. L Kendrick J
UnknwtiiUnlrto tale ItJl day of rn>U m" rr, A. D. til. It' dor of f............ A.
old;, OonlflontM Phalli a.. ... ..... *". rJttSTiWE OJ1 THE
demand uondlng' u low tax *Wd will K. R. tBATHFRMAK. I E. LgATHERMANCtrk FREE It Excess acid caurci
lane thnvui .n the lltk dor of OntoIKW. Clark Cd 11;I (bur Clr( 'n't (%..r\. : you ruClDon't
: A. D Ifll4 (.4. County. PlorMn.raU ""'" C any, FlorMn. '|| pain ot Stomach Ule.... law r
Pairs thll llh day at ContnmWr. A. DIN4 (".. Court loot (drnlt Ooorl ftMllKr tuition, Heartburn Belching
BrN. r WFRRFTT D s II I n. r. rtcRRitTr' : D. <-' i
Bloating forget to
E. ft. I.EATHFRM: JI. R.pt. I. U n. ii On 8. 1t 44i (iBH I. II. H so. Ort .. I.U-! ftautea ass Paliu renewyour
'Ierh. Commit hurt get free sample, Udga at

Dade County Fl......... Brown' Pharmacy. (pn24) 1911 automobile '
(Chrnlt Court Seal ,
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5 Ifent. I. U, la In, Out. I. 1044) want to get married. drhcr'a license
r writ Box 26. Vancouver, WaihJ21t beford'Oct.

NOTICE. OP APPLICATION Palms CafeGOLDEN ( ()

FOR TAX tlEBUriu I. .
IM I WANTED
Notion to he..-t-r ilmni/ that EclU Frall.|
l of RoutlMn' Wlmkbh and Pad Con.filnthim BROWN FRIED CHICKEN ISo

WlmhUk, hold-"soot. :of T-BOVE STEAK-DOUBLE A WESTERN ILtt WANT= J\) RENT Two-bed- Odd Fellows Ultft.V. .
l B.......... Dnli.. Dislike Tell Con -
I .If..... KmlMr MM. 4>M4 owl IM REGULAR MEALS ._ _.. .. . __ ... ,5o room hou... Town or country. '''. ht( St. Ilomwilr.d FU.Honk .
4>, o* Juno, A. D. 1M, how filed i
..... .. Lcader-EnterprtM Box A-143
rauJrlnw ny offto*. and k.HU ..<
r ><* .ppllt..... ,... U, *.... to ...... LOUIS E. COllENPROPRIET (alltf
l O'sreo. I" ..........._ with' tow Saw.
awflfkata Itineraries, Uw fnllowlm' ... a -7
method proper., .....Ied In Dodo County, NORTH FLAGLER ""E, OPT. FJ.C. DEPOT I IM mi CIRCUIT COURT or THE I .. Pays .>. Publlt Raw> of
y1adda, tswltt ELI\ ENTH II'IIKHL I IRC'I'IT IN Dade fnnntir llorMai
LoU tHI, Inook', Con Gables, I II I AND roll HAIIR COl.NTT, Loto _..- ... .... Tw nl>-nee Iitl
Ktira D. a ItUh. Phi Book I. r... FLORIDA of *. W. CAMPBH.L'1 AUDITION
.,M !. the County of Do.. state <( .. I In Uunrcrr I to UM Town of HowiwrtM*. .wwdtat
N. Saab.POUHCLtRt '
to
UM thereof
I Plot rvonM In Pint
RR OP TAX GALE Hook | M Pn? |(l of oho PuMlo f
f-J..J..J..iliJLlh.d. ... I .1 .." I, ,', ''I, ,, ,1.1" , .. ,," .. ....L.L .il J RTIItrATKa Rendn nf Dodo C..." Florida ,
CITY Or HOMU1KAD: a mnnlrlnklmrornilMi Lou TwMtr_. TwootMhr*. mod
of the state of )lurU, Tw.nli.four, Mlurk 0. of 11111...
flnlnllff, CUR PARK ._1.. t.. The plot
L .t ... UMTM o,4.4 In plot Bvoh II nl f
TRR BOARD OP ItlMKIIWIONItM: OF Pan M. Puhlln Roiwrd. of Undo
: ,: RELEASED BY TIIE'ARMYtNOW THE nVMCLADM DRAINARR Dig. County. Flo..ids I
I. : TRICT. *n Inn-rvomt 0.1._ PH.Irtrt Lot Fonrtoon .... Rlatprn. Murk i
OPEN YEAR AROUND of the SUM of Florida. M .1. I Throw of HIBISCUS PARK, nnMrdln -
Defendants > to the plot thereof IWMrdrd In
ORDER POD Plat Rook II nt I'm I*. I'nklhi
flLICATin-
IN THK NAME or 1MB 'U1'or!: 1 R_..... nf l>ndt Onunly, .,........:
OP FLORIDA : Laos SIn. bare nnd Eight' Hhwk
TO THIS nrtKNDANTSt: Two of ROYAL PALM ADDITIONto
I th* Cll., nf HnnM>IMd. nni.rdlnIn .
J. L. CCARROROUCH toll If married,
the
nUt Uwmif roninM In PhillooV
M,18. J. L. aCARIKIHOUr.H. hU wlf.. I. I'sw. ri. Public Krrnrdd nt
RIVIERA I (WHOM time nnw to unknown to platooff' Dada County fl'ridnInt .
CVUHH ChtMl, TOM i
n I. 1trI. HLr:1I. FRED LUCAS and Thlnr-tw., at TATVKI AD.MTION .
'tARY A. LUCAS' H T_ gnrtw the to the Town nf Hiinv,,'l'"d,
Iwt will and Inlnownt of D. w. LI).I nrfwrdlni t* UM plat the of r "'-d.rd .
CAA. dioMMd, aifonmv Iowa i In Plot Honk I. P... IN PnhlM
l..rds .f Ital. County. PIn1h1
Frail! LUCAS and FRED LUCAS, Uf :
fTATtlMS
( 'u Porly.me sod Flfl I four
",........ Blilouriwy. Iowa( ADDITION to Ih. Town
liOTEL I..COJIA; IL KELLER, t ......., Wnur.M .1 uf H MMt id. orfnrdln U ,Ito.0*| I
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11JlAILEY | thmuf nmnM In Pint Itnnk I
PROPERTIES INC. a 41.* Pen IM. ,",.hllo lUoonb nf I" f.
nolMd Now York *MTornUon. and
......... sale". ...--. III Interval.1 Ootmty.Loa T.t Flurhlo. HkKk: r....... TOWN <>F I
,; InmtM or ...... nrllm (InlwUnc brIhrauik HOMRITCAU. n subdivision, owordhi -
and.. or nnlnM MM. dhwlwrommllon. .. .. IIh* plat thvroftf ixindiil In SPlat
1 I B Mrd .'-. New York Rank 4. Pose U Publltf Rmrrda
"Gem of Florida's East Coast" City, Now York i Iaid Dodo County Ftorti..
1 i ilid" Rash 01 the ....*> d-.Hh-d 14.dlvtoloM .
1 THtofORUt DAILEY. Danis. Flan below kneeled In all.. Clio,
.\' ,. R. FELLOWS BAILEY I k Word W NMmtind. Dodo. '-". ...../....
Mesa, Now York city, N. Y. RARIARA
', C. MAION tip II:. plot .t..... Now YOU ARE iimcsr ORDKRKD ANti'
"' York Cltr. M. V. and OTTO DOM. DIRECTED to file .__ Ie
.. : ...announces.. MAaCM. IU C. Nth .,..... blow YrkCHr. the P1./st/tCs Bill of Ontnlnlnl M The
.. .u.. .'. . \ /: tv t N. Y, w TrvtM of the Import* ltk door if ...,........ A. D.. I"" In ,
I .... Mid. dlwnlMj roroiMtlonj, Hnltaf. UM erne W the Ctork of the Cliwltl I
PMMitfco In Cow In tnd tr Dnd Omlli. PbHdntDnin.
Now
a art.dornonvtloni I. .
0160.1.0 a Pro snood will bo,
.;. NEW CABANA CLUB .. '
? u A. T. B BAIUY. IM W. tHlk Sti.H.Nrw. ,0d against pewIT
I ._ II FURTHER ORDERED that ibis i
York N. Y. and oil
City
nnnknrlM order he ............ assay a week few few ;
,
.
Tennis lolniln. hare .litn"
: Open' Nightly at Swimming Pool] and rtf" or to any ,1
or 11I_ hi nnd to UM followlnttorrlbrd .....ot/w "who in tko H.WoowedL..dor.S.bryM
l dandy .to-wit I me_ Published.
t t tlnd. .-l... PkIda.DONS
The .... knM of Lot I"'h.... aid AND ORDKKCD: ., MPlorUn "011. .
oH of Lei NlwMqm ., BKIDI.CRI this Illk dew .t AMOK, A. D.
MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT RECREATION ADDITION to the Town of HmoMod. .. '*". Y
f" oordlM to the pad tkrnnfrnnid to R LttATIlrINAIf.
.d) In Plot Wk I M Pan I*. Clark wf the Cl...... O.ark
Puo'li ..... of Dodo Coo*!?. CIRCUIT (71)4RT '.SAL)
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i f I Transportation Service for Guests-Station 'Wagon wi'I meet ton:Lmtetom.: ., BOULEVARD. ... Two Blork.ADDITIONto 761.. a HAYCOCK. Deliver Clork.R0 .

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Efsrht HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Sept 8> 1944!
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DR. BLACKBURN force the pray through the tree.'! came due la November of 1H1 I-.._.._........... .._....eau the cannnf sugar Bntil Mar L'M45. .'.
Only three-fourthe u much spray and became delinquent In April II ,
.ta and. The new method from ilf this year. I Your Dates With SHOES-AlrpUue stamps 1 an TO PREACH HERE M to N per tent effective where City Attorney Ira J. Haycock 2 (Book t) food Indefinitely, :
it the old method b from to to M Who had prepared the ordinance Uncle Sam G.\.SOUNE-A-U coupons: good J
per cent effective, Mr. Rue ..I.. It the instruction of Mayor Harris through No*. S.airs. .
i SUNDAY MORNING Since early July Mr. Rue has give It an unofficial reading 1----"..................
had the > for the information .f the coun-
spray outfit, which represents -,
FATS-Red
' MEATS 10-poatt JACKSON
;1 At the II 'clook: service In .* investment of S.MO. The'tllmen' present It will probablybe stamp At through It and Al .
I i the Homestead Methodist Church sprayer: proper coat $3.025; the Introduced officially at the through CS food Indefinitely (Continued From Pan One)
;; Sunday, the new district superintendent tractor that pulls It, $1,000; the' next meeting el the !council. John's.' Mrs. Jackson, whe was'a '
'. of the Miami area of apply truck. $1,000; and the water PROCESSED GOODS-Bl It- faithful worker(n the ehwvh. unUl -',\
!. Methodism. Dr. Henry Blackburn, pomp that fills the Supply I CREW BUDDY point stamps At through Zt and Dr. JacksonS Retirement In ,
(': will preach the sermon, Following truck, $250. (Continued From Page One) AS through Lt good IndefisJtely December of 130, was loved by' '
s' the service the official board The speed sprayer Is another live as I prisoner of war' Word SUGAR Sta/nps SO, 31, 12, J3 all who knew her
:i members of the church will have step toward mechanization of, has come to them Unofficially in Book Four good indefinitelyfor Besides her husband the leaves
dinner in the social hall. Dr. grove preparation and care aaidj|I that the bomber on which Clayton five pounds each. a son, A. T. Jackson: of Key West. '
;i Blackburn will then conduct the Mr. Rue. He prophesied that In was a gunner was "knocked Stamp 40 good for B pounds of and I daughter Miss Miry f,:
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;{. first quarterly conference. the future the picking of fruit will| out by flak: after completing canning sugar through Feb i.28 of Jackson, a teacher in the Home ..
At I p. m. the paator, Dr. Sidney be the only operation In the grove! two-thlrda of its tour of opera- next year. Spare stamp 37 good stead elementary school.
tt H Davles, will preach on to be done by hand. j I I tlona." They believe that the ..7
"A Living Gospel Revealed" "Power mowing b the accepted)I!may have been forced
procedure now," he said, "Mycompany 1t and the'
1 enemy territory
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Goopet
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building assembled
H this service.1 Everybody: b ",el- parts I, fertilizing machine I taken -prisoner--- Plaj ORANGE and GRAPEFRUIT
come. for our own use. Although not CHAPLAINContinued
U available now, such machinerywill GROWERS
SPEED SPRAYER be available on postwar mar ( From Page I
1 I II ket. Grove mechanization will change). He hunt had to
3 (Continued from'Page One) make It necessary to space the for himself. It nay be 41lflcultll, We pick, pack and sell your fruit.
,I 400-gallon load of pest killer. rows with five or six feet clearance for some of the men to realize '
The old-type sprayer, using as between outer treeedgesltand that someone-Uncle Sam or they We do not buy it.
many as 12 men, at best can putout to have the clearance smooth public will not continue to look
l' only 12 bnkloads dally and and free .f stumps and holes for'; after them In this manner after .
averages about ten tankloads a eflelent operation of mowing they have left the service. Silver Palm Fruit Growers' Assn.
;I day, Mr. Rue said. spraying nd fertilizing machta1ery. Other problems mentioned by
4 The new speed sprayer which ." Chaplain Early Include the returnof I Grower-owned, non-profit CO-OPERATIVE. I F''
It produced by the Speed Sprayer discharged soldiers whose
( Co. of Orlando, has two centrifugal PERSONAL TAXES 'wives or fiancees have been Inconstant lacking Waves U en the Seaboard Railway la Kedlandi r
ts pumps which send than and the return of men South ., nmntner Drive
(Continued from Onell) who find that their
spray through a battery of perhaps Page old Jobs,
one hundred nozzles at the chance should be given personal
t) rear of the machine where the property taxpayers.The I er
pet tonal property levy for
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sir' IMS Is ","" ,71. These taxes be- I

:ii Into the trees. By means of t..-,. ,
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the air-blast It Is possible to : ;:
spray trees against lie wind an4I' I
get complete coverage Mr. RM
pointed out r .
The Jets are adjustable for ... "
spraying low or as high as BO feet .
I' or on one side at a time as when
spraying for scale. When fighting i
scale, the ,blast 1s turned all ones
way for. additional power to I t


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C'..aai..t Tons e 6 Acres Bearing Avocado Grove.


xornri or APPLICATION FOR .
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NOTIOt: U HERESY GIVEN Out .',
HtaiMli RUMMM koMw M u.lrMT e 10 Acres Ploughed Land. .' .:
CM?-.f 11.w1 fan CwMftoM Nwkm
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