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 15, 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: VID00664
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
lccn - sn 95047482
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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County Red Cross chapter will Paper and Tin Drive The hurricane that missed Florida
establish Oct. 2 at Homestead An**Eighth Air Force Bomber Balte,'* formation ran Into heavy but wrought destruction l"
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,J Field' In response to a request Station England-First Lt VirgilH anti-aircraft fire from German Still On,Says Chairman
the middle
Bailey 211. of Homestead Florida ground batteries. Continuing onto on Atlantic and ,
from the commanding officer Lt Ten New England seaboard,
: pounds of waite furnishedthe
CoL i ; bombardier on an EighthAir ; the target, i synthetic oil refinery paper a
S. C Dunlap. month I* the of each Inspiration for quick and efficient
quota
Force B-24 Liberator of the near Hanover, IX Bailey: per.
Women who can verve a four- son In the Victory Wait Paper ,organisation of disaster relief
hour 3rd bombardment division, has stuck to his bombsight and completed
shift any day or day fa been awarded the Distinguished a successful Job of bombing, Campaign, Ceo N. Wakefield, local forces in South Dade County
the week, Including Sunday, are Flying Cross for "extnordln'l7.chlevement" the Nazi plant head of the campaign, Mid Tuesday night
asked to let in touch with Mrs. : yesterday.Tin With the storm raging lea than
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Win. J. OeronJmo at Legion Hall The outstanding technical skill two' hundred mile east of Miami
lead bombardier also I la needed, he said and
While serving as ,
8. and Initiative, stated the citation
Krome
tve. Phone 73, who U the disaster organization meeting
for of "Libs", LI a quota o( one pound a month
a
group "displayed by LL Bailey on
serving at temporary,chairmanof slated for tonight In Homesteadcity
this occasion reflect the highest for each person has been set
canteen workers Assisting her hall by South Dade Coordinator .
ll !.Ira. J E. Gauaens, whoM tel- DAUGHTER credit upon himself and the If local resident will take their Preston B. Bird was advanced .
OF'POSTMASTER armed forces of the United' flattened tin cane: to the
ephone. number,la J95-M. grocery tq Tuesday night and tel .' a
Permanentcochairman ti Mrs State*.'? :t.t* "*t. I rtorefc JMrWakefleld; will see ephone calls 'to newly 'appointed
i"Jim" S, JoBes," i representing' the I' IS He B the son of Mrt'and MI'I.I that the IrTI\1'trucks pick them. chairmen resulted In a capacity y
wives of officers at Homestead E. E. Bailey of Homestead. His up for delivery In Miami<- I attendance.

field. About fifty of the canteen! I i wife, the former Julia E. Lucas, Bundles and boar of wastepaper Proffer of the use of 10 Jeeps,
volunteer will be wives of of- LAID TO REST live at Slgourney, II. Lt Bailey In Homestead art still being 20 trucks, two busses and other
fivers and enlisted men. Assisting I* a graduate of Homestead High collected and taken '- the vehicle by'Lt CoL S. C. Dunlap,

(Continued on Page Eight) Funeral services were held In School. I school by the city garbage truck. commanding officer ef Homestead

the Homestead Melodist Church n Army Air Field, virtually ellmi.

FIVE DENTISTSON Wednesday afternoon for Miss I Major Huey I. Borders Joins Staff I rated the committee.problem of the transportation
Helen Livingston, 37. who died
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Col. Dunlap wa present at the
Monday looming at the home other *\0f"Subtropical' Experiment StationMajor
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STAFF AT AIRFIELD parents* postmaster and Mrs. -- t
Death followed
Sidney E Livingston.
Huey I Borden who has I MaJ. Border was born in 10)
HOSPITAL a long Ulnes Just been released from the army I I ice Bessemer, Ala In 193J he received MRS.FURRYMADE
Dr. Sidney A. Davie. pastor will today begin Ills new work I I a B. S. In agriculture from
of the church, preached the funeral a* associate plant pathologist at the University of Florida wherehe
MaJ. Harry J. Veach, surgeon sermon. Mrs. Wm. Mussel- the Subtropical Experiment Station I majored in plant pathology, SCHOOL OFFICER
at Homestead Army Air Field, described I white and Mrs. Lloyd Delta sang announces Dr. George D.Ruehl. bacteriology and horticulture. In
the facilities of the base' a duet, "Whispering Hope", and ., director of the station. 1938 he received a M S. degreein FOR SOUTH DADEMrs.
hospital to a talk to the Home' Mrs. Muuelwhite sang a solo, Ma). Border will take over plant pathology from the graduate -
stead Rotary Club Wednesday I Rock of Ages". Mr*. J. D. Bedd much of the work formerly done school of the University off I
noon ,I played the organ accompaniment by: Dr. Ruehle and Dr. Ruehl Minnesota' where his minor w'll! Mary Furry of the Red.
Seventeen building with 118 and school has
for both .number One section of while retaining certain phase of bacteriology.While elementary faculty
beds, an air-conditioned surgical the church was filled by members plant disease work will assume at. this niventty, he was been made an attendance officer
ward and eight dental chairs are I of the Order of the Eastern' the research work In tropical research assistant to Dr. J. G. for South Dade to succeed Mrs i
Included in the hospital .1et-up,1 trees formerly' conducted by S. J. Leach and Dr. E. C. Stakman Angle Msnk who ls assigned to
Star from Homestead, Nsranja,
Mal Veach said. On the staff are another section. Mr will
I Lynch, whir resigned Aug. J.J and completed i substantial part Furry
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eight medical officers, five Beni" Miami and other nearby ehapte..i
of the work required for a doc continue to make her home here
)' and seven nurse,'with ord-! Burial was In Palm Cemeteryat tor's degree.In but will hive her office in the fn
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*" >' erllea, laboratory technician and I Naranja under the direction of CASUALTY UMTS School Administration Building 1 ;,
administrative and clerical help: Turner Funeral Home. January: of 1938 he wa appointed In Miami.

> supplied from enlisted personnel.The Pallbearer were Mayor T. J. plant pathologist of the Her place a* third grade teacher -
highest number of bed- Harris Preston B. BIrd Chai. O WILL FORM: NEW'mGANIZATlON Georgia Agricultural Extension 'In Radland will be filled by
Service and continued In', that
/ the at
In hospital
patient any Mrs. Ralph Frey of New York.wife .
Turner, Ralph Moon, Ivan Moser,
capacity until called to activemilitary
time 103. Dr. Veach ex-i
one was of
of Lt Frey Homestead
and P. W, Tibbita of Miami. Honorary '
service In 1114 LAt
7 plained, however, that In the L. A. Army. Air Field. +
pallbearers were
,' army men are hospitalized for the time pf his release from Only one vacancy remains In
minor ailments which In clviUan.t Young. E. L. Lawrence, W. R. The Homestead and Princeton the army, MaJ Borders... on the faculty .of' Redland High
. life would be taken care of In the Bird, George Ranson, J. D. Redd casualty station and the Redland duty' at Camp Gordon and he School, that of physical education '
; 1 home j and A. K. Meybera. first aid post now part of pie I resided In Augusta with his wife,I teacher for girl*. This place I*
. Much of the hospital' work Helen Livingston was born In medical division of the county and two ,children. (Continued on Page Seven)
( (Continued on' Page Seven) I (Continued on Page Seven) defense council win be unit of k

.J) I a a Independent reserve organization l\lake' : 1III

i Requires, Dealer' to Refund J which I* to be formed I Two Local Boys,_ Now Officers, :11'
Ruling When .the defense. council 1* dis
J Overcharge Warns Rationing Board banded. Talks on Experiences to Rotary Club ,J II

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The decision to.continue' the '
oft medical unit' was ,sa4e. ; *t a Two Homestead boy who ere served for nearly two years'pre-
retail dealer found guilty, of The'act of settlement In case meeting of their; representatives now officer In their country' aetrts reversal of conditions: that,
1.A , by the price panel price violation la I mandatory 1ft Miami Tuesday ,when Chester armed force*' were guest at the existed up to year ago when.
ricr, longer be permitted to This insane that'It I* not only M. Wright, executive director of meeting of the Homestead Rotary the United State licked the ships ,
';r'?Vetaia his Illegal profits according mandatory that price panels collect he,dlvtakin, wa chosen to head Club Wednesday.->LC Clarence with which to fight the Jar fleet A
.e to a statement made Sept. 12 such settlement but it I* 1mperstlv the new organization. Local rep- Froscher, U. .. N, and Second on anything near even terms l
the local rationing board. that retail dealer refund resentatlvei at the meeting were Lt. Harvey Rue, U, S. Field Ar- I We have' had no service ship ,
Aby The statement follows: overcharge to either the lira. Eugene, FeQtalne and Frank tillery. loses sine last November," he
, r -Congrtfc*,, on July 1, 1.<4, customer,>rhen known or to the W. SUllman Lt Froscher was the guest of I said, "although we have been
famended the Emergency: Priced'Cootrol treasurer of the United State* Memben of the station, hive his. brother-in-law, L. L. Chandler under the nose* of the Jape re ,
,Act And at that time delL "In deference to the thousandsof served as 'aide In' hospitals, given and Lt Rue was the guest peatedly. The war In the Pacific
\','efaHd certain added authorities merchant who are carefully first ,aid, worked with Red of his father.Frank B. Rue. I will probably last soother year or k4
'740 the price panel No longer do obeying OPA price regulation It Ores and {lood bank groups, Responding to an invitation to I so, however, and It U,earnestly f
r ,*' feto panel recommend vohin.tary 1 I. obvious that yiolator cannotbe served la county health unit and address the club Lt Froscher said : to be hoped that there will be
,contribution. Instead they permitted ,to retain excess II- assjsi dIn playground and other that the picture Ja, the pacific i no let-fowl In production of war
I >iajua.>i that settlements b* made '{Continued on Page Seven) (Contfhued on Page Three) theatre of war, where he ha' (Continued on. Pate Three)' i1W.141


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) Turner Brothers Meet I W. II. Simmons to Be since Mr '191 Simmons*. had 1,ved '

'' -" In Pacific War Zone Buried in Florence, Ala. He Is survived by. his a
t -E R'VI"'C.ElI E'N'A' Nettle! fix sons Clarence, '
OUR N"D WOMEN i '
: The two sons of Mr. and Mrs Funeral service tor Wm. Henry Thomas, Charles and Jam..!

iI Chas G.' Turner, Charles, Jr. Simmons, 72, of Homestead of Homestead and Staff *

..... ._ .,;'\\otC .' ,_ \ , _" I U S Nand Jack j.f' S.II\I A- recently :: who died Tuesday at his home Robert .Simmons of Tampa; \t
had Illness beheld Mrs
after a lingering will daughters Eddie Hobson to
I each other In the Pacific as the today in his birthplace Florence Chattahoochee and Exi." Taw*, I
Lionel Van Winkle Awarded Rank result o( a hunch on the part of Ala. I send of Coconut Grate. a bet$*. .
Jack. !I The body was sent to Florenceby er, Sessun Simmons of Arks"
Of Lieutenant Commander in U.S.c.G.j Jack. has recently gone over Turner Funtral Home, and two sisters, lire Ada Brad
teas, but Charles a seaman first member of the family left for and Mrs Sea White .%
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r Lionel Van Winkle of the U. 8. r clasp when home-In March was, Florence Wednesday night Florence; and eight grandchlldr!
Coast Guard; ton ot Mri H. K wearing live bronze stirs! won In
Lt. Losner ServeInterneship
Strader of Fort Lauderdale, II : I five major engagements, I
t now stationed at Curtis Bay Md i in Miami . .

He was recently promoted to thi I Lt. Isabella. Becker, WAC, left:
Lt. Irving Loaner who received I
rank of lieutenant commander. Sunday for her station In Texas
his M. D. degree from Louisiana
l Lionel ls a graduate of Sedans after a visit of two weeks with
High School ,. State University at New Orleans her mother, Mrs Charles Becker,,
r. on Sept t. was expected home
His younger brother, Carl, alas! of Florida City I
last night by hla parents, Mr. and '. .
f, of the coast guard, was a recen Mrs. Max Losner I
been received that
visitor In Homestead Word has
". On Oct. 1 he wilt begin his Pvt ;Curden: L. Pofford Is now
InterneshJp at Jackson Memorial In England!:
t I. Thos B. Webb, Jr.. Wins Hospital In. Miami
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Commission and Bride
I SEES BOYS FROM HOME j Dn Burg>rcen to Visit

Thos. B. Webb, Jr, 'of Gainesville Walter Branam, son of Washington Cathedral
eldest son of T. fc Webb MC'M. F Whit of Homestead,I I
who formerly lived In Homestead, writes the Leader of meeting Pfc: Dr. A. L. Burgreen has been
recently received a commlwlor Bobby Ames of Redland the day. Invited to b* a guest of the College ; 11 ;w
and wings nnd has been transferred ,, of Preachers at the Cathe-
they were going over shlpslde at
to Smyrna, Tenn, for 15! Snlpan "I haven't seen him I dral In Washington, D. C., Sept!
weeks ot training to Qualify bin 'since,* he continue but I have 25-30. He will leave on Sunday,
i' us plot ot a B-24 Liberator asked around and they say he b, Sept 24; and will return on the .
He was married during his fur. OK. I also saw a fellow named! following Saturday ,
nugh at home and took bla.1)rlde Mulltnj who lived In Princeton" Dr. Burgreen plans also to attend -
with Mm to Smyrna, rGIVEN the Episcopal Clergy Con I
Old friends who wish to write ference In Orlando Cathedral on
MEDICAL DISCHARGE
can reach him at the Student Oct.. 38Florida. 1 4 -,
Training Detachment, Box 181,,, WAVE Birdie Horn Peck sea
,t SAAF Smyrna, Tenh man 1-c, who was stationed at City Church :J
. Livermore Cat, was given a 'Gets New Metal Roof
ENSIGN POPE HERE OX VISIT medical discharge In July and Is
Ensign Charles Allen Pope arrived now at the home of her parentsMr The Florida City Community Telephone Lines to the Front '; '
I Sept T by plan from Camp and Mrs. A. C. Horne of Church has a new metal roof as
Endicott, R. t, for visit hers East Kings. Highway and Farm the result ot action taken recently Keeping step with the fast advancing war fronts all over
at the home of his parents Mr. Life rd Her husband, Theodore! by one of Us Sunday school classes the world the telephone lines of communication. These '
end Mrs J. R Pope. H* will leave F. Peck, U. S. Arm.y, Is stationed, the W. W. F C., whose memo art t'
next Tuesday for the West Coast at Los Angeles bers both men and women, meet lines are vital to military.and naval operations and as the <.
and South Pacific duty. . once a month at some home. war fronts expand, vast amounts of additional wires,cables, ;
,Ensign Pop was In the second First Sgt Paul B Cox of the Other' townspeople joined In switchboards and telephones are urgently needed

semester of his senior year at the; of air Redland corps ,On Is of still Chas stationed A. Cox In I,I adding the: class to the and collection In donating startedby the I Even when an invasion force wins, it loses vast stores of

entered, England His wife, the former,: labor required. additional communication equipment. That is one price* of ,!

year ego H* was sent to Notre : Miss Elizabeth Mcllwaln,, ... .Metal shingles tire being ap- victory.. This is vfiy there are shortages of all kinds of ,
Dam University for. civil engineering with her parental,'Mr" and .Idea'i'I plied over wooden shingles that telephone equipment over here and why so many people !

i' courses. . I I F L. McIlwain. .of. I I have served for 13 years... ore waiting for telephone service. J

j Charles Chambers, youngest sun I Chief Petty Officer Norman i m_ The best possible use Is being mode of {the equipment

of Mr. and Mrs W. L, Chambers -,:Benson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hen'! For termite extermination wt have but there will necessarily continue to be waiting
of Princeton enlisted 11'1'the! ry' Benson of Princeton Is taking' 'lists ford service until the war is won and manufacturing s

.. navy in Miami In August and III a maritime officers training I Icour.M I get In touch with plants have time to convert from war production end catch
In New London, Conn
now getting his boot training at 1 His wife, the former Mist Evelyn]I up with the backed-up demands for equipment.
i Camp Perry, VB Sgt Wm. Chambers D. L. PHILLIPSTERMITE
eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. : Chambers of Princeton makes We'd 'like those who must wait for'a telephone to know
{. the medical alt'I her home with her parents* Mr.,I CONTROL. shall shorten J
Chambers, Is in II that we continue tq da everything possible to
and Mrs W. L. Chamber
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other cities in .the ,tate. It to W. B. Mill will pUy'tne organ.;] Superintendent ofh.%' Sunday:
.CHRISTIAN-JEW : hoped that such a committee will TEXACO BAR.B-Q |t and the pastor will use as his school, announces that Cards will

be formed In this area." theme, "The Place of the Church be sent to all members urging

GROUP DIRECTOR t!1 Mr. Matteson also showed a NOW\ OPERATED in Our World Crisis". I them to use this day, as a family

moving picture, "The World We'd I church-going day. t,,
Like to Live In." RALLY RATS PLANNED I lr !tunday'achool of the Florida -

SPEAKS TO LIONSAn A. C. Zimmerman of the Miami 1 I BY E. D. CARTERS Plans are being made' for the City Community Church is

Beach Lions Club new district observance of rally day 11the making plans for a rally day

account t>t the work of the director, gave a report of the I Ownership and operation of the Homestead Methodist Church and I program to be given the first of
recent International convention InChicago. Sunday school Sunday, Oct. 1.I October. Everyone is invited to
Miami Round Table, a branch of Texaco Barbecue S. Krome ave. on
TM Reducka of the Miami

Miss Antoinette Moye, generalWHITE attend.
at 4th st, was taken over onSept.
the National Conference of Christians club: and Lt. Col and Mrs.I ,
S by Mr. And Mrs EdwardD.
and Jews Inc., wa givenat Frederick R. Weber were visitors. Carter.

the R!dland District Lions Mrs Carter Is the farmer Miss SWAN LAUNDRY INC. ill

Club meeting Tuesday night by USO to Wrap Christmas Mamie Nora Davis daughter of ,

its executive director J. H. Mat-' Packages! for SoldiersThe A. T. Davis local grocer. Mr. Car Mil Office ui Plant In Miami at HI X. W. lot n. Tel M.... Braarkoitkioatkoal

tenon of Miami former lawyer* ter?vas formerly a welding fore- the Miami area Brawl R. W mUma. 1'_ Turntables t. USO Is now prepared to the .
man In Tampa shipyards.Married
and teacher I I"Millions Brnrko Wild Ft**** sad Delivery la ._.....
I wrap Christmas gifts for the soldiers 10 year, they have .an. ..,

ot Protestants, Catholics stationed at the Homestead eight-year-old lIOn and recently; i Happier kouMthoMi. raatiU when the Mr, will *.. bock to the ald.frhbad
[ and Jew; he said, "are Army Air Field pays Mn.. A. E. returned to Homestead after residing -|I family laundry work tot to tin WRITS _Mill U th* ...... Wary serene It
now working Paul director. The USO via pro- i In Tampa for three _Mol l.. rich Vera tale and Need
through this
nat- LAUNDRY la r
WAN MUml. and cab
ional' ergan'zatlon' vide the wrappings and service Regular meals, short 1ears'l several limn In mlnirt wibr.BUnkita '
to rally to the stamp forces outprejudice of without charge. ; sandwiches will be served by Mr. dreary dlf't4covll/ wash day*. This laoMhrfaraMw nirtnlM sad tlnipM see _

goodwill\ and to make Civilians, also who want helpIn and Mrs. Carter at the Texaco) _Pod laundry Mnrfco HiHomaitood law (hroiwll elMMlnf protmii with
this nation _... tklll W fakes
and mnmuiltr' with .lrk-O| .c' laundry HMC Mr
(In reality a melting pot. wrapping packages for men Barbecue, and chicken and yellow and dawn royals,. than It yes 41d the work yourself, tnt
"It works through community serving overseas are Invitedto. rice will be a specialty dish. Hundreds *f hamMnakori .band ..* the Mrvlct. Hmtllr pwkmst th* life .r
organization schools churchesand came to the USO. I The barbecue stand has reop- the family laundry* sash work and mil UMM motsralp kKVDM It takes the dirt
army and navy camps,, It Mrs Paul wishes to remind the 'ened after being closed for several It hen HIM """ '...U.e' possibly them ALL OVT.Tlw .
is supported by voluntary'. oh**,UI toile that the USO keeps list days to undergo thorough dlM..tw. .... task l. the hour, machinery h l>. ..wr .....u,..
trlbutlont nnd or Bphrtments 'and houses ; cleaning and renovating which almost Invariably mint b. iwrform.d type, built ko rare for ck>U... B..M that rare
most of 1U Workers for rent and makes no charge for sash wotfc. One* you ....*...*.,.v the cur m .......1. .r< used., Instead
are volunteers
i the service. mmiaklaMU o< the pelts of flatwork rI the .....11_ hand nrkHta. Tub are
"Branches of the organizationare Music Will Be FeatureOf which wotlld Incluo "shorts, pillow. tvfUM again slid ml with .!MII, e.
now established In three Flor-' Methodist Services came digits Mom IIMM, kitchen and sparkling water, into slab pan while
Ida cities. Miami, Tampa and CASUALTY UNITS bathroom towels, blankets and the aummm limp li put to nukr rlrk .. Jacksonville and goodwill com-' I Special organ and piano music other artless olavlfM a. flatwork rinsed nor oftrii than yen would rlnM
mltteef are functioning in 43 (Continued From Page One) will feature the evening servicesat (mi will' nena-nhw Uw fully of the flolhm It you wr iil.. three
--- projects. the Homestead Methodist performing this kaok-hrrakln tank, the yourarlf.tf .
The stations will mixed << llothlnaaround .U in with dripping von want as extra day Nr shopping.
TWO casualty help Church -Sunday. A quar
LOCAL BOYS 'j| Clothes. Or for 6u.> who wkli ta oran.omlM vbllliw' or doles the tklmi. yes _llfnjor
: the Red Cross If a hurricanecomes tette will sing gospel songs, and
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a itp furllur Uw damp wash .In.. take advanlu n* the -
I (Continued from Page One) i I said Mrs. Fontaine yesterday the pastor, Dr. Sidney H. Davies, ta the answer Your ......* wiuklnv excelled Service rendered k? the WHITR
materials and the purchase of Regular meetings will not will preach on "Compelling 1'eatl-j soma home to ru* bnmavuljitoljp ales n, WAN LAUNDRY In Miami, which mover i
war bonds because of the brighter be held until the new organization mony". reedy 10 I"1". at a rMlitukiwIy' low mt fnlll to MM* the wbhM of Uw Hart v
outlook on all fronts" i I. Is formed. In the morning service Mrs. N. lausewite after wlnf this service dlwrimlnttlnt' non4nakr. -Adv. t'y

In reply to a question Lt.
Froscher said that Jap prisoners!

now don't go so far as to claim I]
their fleet has captured San Fran-I'

Cisco and other American West;

Coast cities, but they do believe'
Pearl Harbor la in the hands of
the Nipponese. I

Lt. Rue said he was gad to be'
back In field artillery, which he' TEXACO

had Studied In his R. O. T. C
course at the University of FlorIda -I

after hiving been assignedin !, 't! ,..,
April to a small arms division.]! \

He told of the terrific results that i

can be obtained by concentration '
of modern fire power on a i BARBECUEUnder

tingle target |I -
Lt. Froscher arrived In San!I

Francisco on Aug. $6. After visitsIn

Los Angeles and Washington,I f
D. C. he flew here Tuesday to
spend a week with his

Mr, and Mrs. E. A. parenta'i '

fore leaving for.Fort '; New Management-

to; report for flight ., ,
Rue left, Thursday for orxl I .' ,, -
Campbell, Ky* after a visit '

days lwith'-his parents : Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Carterpy

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In K W, tall 81, Miami T.L.f-l.M.WlMloal , :: >,. ', : ; : Regular4 Meal ;, '
and ....... Com Very Day
la the Y_. RUTS DIRRCT FROMFARMERB.
Na Flak .M Laege-N..e'

;7, ,. Small Jed Brlat Thom la.Furalohlna I #. Short OrdersSandwiches ."+ t t

an tdvantaavou* and dlrootWtarkot ,
to tk*' farmer la this ntlaa|, '
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tar Ik* dkwodno- im and poultry th.IBUILFORD ): \ ,', : :
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POULTRY co.. Miami. .u"l x
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"'lit. a hoeamaiy and tonMMat ] "
Iro, It 'rural poultry and oma dlrort, .. . ; v >
from the ,f.rw In any quantity aod : : :
,s.loys lame pairoaaa. Conumon.may I "
any lint or dnoid poaltry and
pin SPECIALIZING in Yellow Rice
ok*. In any .....!ltjr. This kooj b al-1 .
{"ran ready and billion to five yes ... ..
_notation and these whkH ;. .r' "
Ut*>t market .j "
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| to aril their pmdun I* the best : and \
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Stan will do well l to brims It *. .r. .. 'I, . '
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1\1.M at tkoneoaahud sort**b* afi!j ; ..
: I ..,In* Olson painting Now today h "' : "t' ; :.. .oj''
bias of ail kind of _11I7. It to k"I .
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Sege. ol Uo alkM *>r>ko and Ik* 'j L. ''; \ ,. ..;.# 'I' : "I't. ;' '. : .,,
trtkkt aiarkM afforded ky nth "homed:1 '; .
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.brd ky FRANK OUILFORD MU : ; : : ,:'I ,1 .
that this feature I* arriving more \. .::.: '.1. ), ",.. ; :-- 'o/' '' ' J( ) '" .. ,
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Ktloa from the farmer toiay than .. . . J1!'... ; ; ',' '. f : ', ".' I"-" ., "
*Var ,helps, Program almost this Un kpMtloularly :. , -, : , '
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aothoakl ..' this _...Itjr: '. !
Krome at FourthSt-.
inborn tko ptodnwr knows thai ka wH' S. =
ray ion the kkriMt'mark.1. prfco ,.. : .

Watergod' cam kotkor .-s j -' '. : }: ;<' : : \ ;' '; ':f J "
; 'armoM do M have M \ ;', '. ;'t
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/addpmfng ?.1111Ioo hat prdsdy'have. a .. , ::1: \ E. : ..
.narkot ML their* bear for aU paoltry' praaV'! :' :, : ,, { i' .Q" \tf'.... :t., '; ::' .' ,; ; rt: . 'I 'w'
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seas Mob 4k.T wish to ** Sukk*. ; '. <, '.1'; "
Map *oo>f o fair and '...... traatmMl.. ,! '
the asses M' 1_ s.N .... In
pad pear 01 pi ebb 'n... FRANK W. Y
mnLFOSUt fa w.. keeps to tko poultry {! b
soil.iMiat this --..slay wa _.. V
., flee i an are .lardy doing business with I
'" kowj*,' that Von abet NOW! Tab
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Pare Four HOMESTEAD LEADER A Iffi ENTERPRrnE" September 15, 1944 :

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work 0 God of love and mercy,., Or Haft .Tee Noticed
The right of persons to Prayer >> i
HOMESTEAD LEADER shall It 0 tile denied er This world needs but to See The office sage says that the

abridged because of membership That Thou cant heal our suffering best way to wipe out II friendship :
By Nell K. Walker la the Bethel I I.j
, AND ENTERPRISE or non-membership in ; is to--sponge on It-Ex. 1 '

t Fouadod U till I any labor union or labor organization Baptist Church News Lord, help tK follow Thee. !

1 ; provided that this O Father, God of beauty Amen. 1

clause shall not be construed: We worship at Thy throne; I a
:: Ala CONDITIONED
ti P.MMW PrMaw .. .-... .no.. to deny or abridge the right Our hearts respond to Thy heart tditors note: Nell K Walker
Ca. .
M far South Dade 1'oIoIIM1.. I
of employees by and through Our thoughts would be Thine own. writer of the foregoing poem is ROLLER SKATEIN

a labor organization or labor I the wffe of the Rev c. N. Walk..

au ASICUERPId.N union to bargain collectively O Lord of, truth,.our. Teacher. er, former pastor. ,of the First COMFORT

,\ and LditwtiKAli1 with their employer." Direct our search for light; Baptist Church of Homestead. Evening l.lt te 11M P. M. '

LUCK AllCllftIe'l Grant us the freedom of Thy
) ...... I Any working man who wants' Admission ISe, plus tax
truth
should have aright "Your wife la a very system-
to Join I union
nallUL] DICKINSON
MART Inspire us day and night "
atilt woman lint she? asked
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f Mews SPA Statute to do so and be protected Venetian

\in that right but no man should Robinson.
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1 I Then God and father of the "
UBSCRIPT1OH BATE be forced to do so against his "Yes, very replied Smith. "She Skating Rink
gad
' se .... County I s BJ**, Sail IBM, *M| will and be required to pay trib-I works on the theory that you can
I FT. HM.OamUi Help us to know Thy way; find whatever wantwhen
nn S7th
work. The you SW Avs Miami
for the right to .
W Dad CMnIri m.w, Mail ute Help us to show this struggling
e M*, tlMl I F.. ...... "rlght-to-work" amendment gives you don't want it by looking
I world where It would be 41 you did
the worker freedom of choice. .
I A new and better day want It"-Montreal Dally Star.
....... r wtead .w ..n contact .
.d le lots. .t the action M Book. 1/. Pan N. IB the Canny of
:naeawl nor" sedan tae we dUwe Music U the only\ language In Sol I NOTICE or APPLICATION Dad. Slat of Florid. M Mikraordm

I. 1BT1. which you can not say I mean 1---I'll' :%" of tM II!!"' of the 1'11I\4.\ TAE DEED FOR Commissar No. 10011. The aaioK.
of u.. NW%" of the .1\61 Pile Mat *t MM proprty under Ik* Mid
sarcastic_ thlnl.-Ex. __: of _'11"" W MRK at.IIIOj: NOTICE M HEREBT IM1t: Certificate. Issued WM la '.... name of
.... SWH of the SKHI: Uw REU of th.NWVi ELIZABETH HAMMOND BEN et.t Er! Mary K., yeas 4
What Makes FriendshipBy I ; ft tk* NIMi tk. ..W4100, attitudes Drainage District? UbTH Block H. Whiona,
VIN TM O..Ittt.teem
WOTPTR TO APPEAR NE% .' th* BWH" Bf ,... XW% of Mwrlir.H NuMMTMl. t118. MMI MKS S MMM. Park, rut Book 14. Pm .4. tn'th*
me cipxurr COURT or THIRLCVRNTM ; the N"" IBM I i M4. iMot, iMif, ton,
Annie Mayhew Fitzpatrick JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN local '
of la .
and NEli of NWU IWU Cntlftoat No. looto.TM
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IWIt. 10010, 1 MI, IIWJI and 10 H. ...
AND FOR DADS COl'WTT.' FLORIDA WW% of KWHl all tn auction II : MMHBwnt of MM 0 one ty ka.aar .
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4 tM of lu. 0.
When we've played and worked Irt day A. I"" ku
IN C.AJI'ur. NO.' ..nu.I. .
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Th* m: of the NWK of . BEHt tiled MM Certificates In .".... MulkM the MM CortlflMU hued WM kt
together. M. GOODWIN Plaintiff the S4 of tk*' NWK of tW tt<4l th.' Made nillnUoB for mf tu dead to the name of Louis. Foaral.

We understand. n. BWH W the NWVi et the 8EU luu thereon IB Beeonfcum with Uw. =11614. Sick ta. Wi..... Park
DAVID DODD, .. al. D-f......*... W% of the NCHl .... N% of the th'l SaM Certificates ...br... the followliiii P Pat '.. la the County
When we've loafed or shirked IN' THK NAME OP THE STATE: CP of the NWK the BEH of the BEK _I.... rwrrtr, .It...... hi Dade Coun.tr. of Daoa. sate .f Florida. M fm.
together FLORIDA.TO the NEH' as. SFVt af the NWK' tlwNWVi Florid., la-wit I ....... IB Onlfkal No. 10011. The
of the NKV1 of the NE%: theN innimMt of MM property nadortk\
THE Loll I.
block WlMU Park
We understand. DEFENDANT H A. Brownand. M. ,
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If _.....
hi* wife Mr*. H. A. Plot book 14 Pan S4 la UM Countrof
When we've shared the best and BrowBt Robert atantoa and. It married t'4 of'th* NE-' : all It Bo* D...., BUM of Florida. aa fm.kract4 of Palmer W. Hnlaw.IM ,
worst together his wlfo. Mr. Roton LUa tlon Sit la Certlfl-aU No. Nay. Th e. Bark II. Wlnona Park
atantoa
Tk* RH!: 0' .tho NEK of the PerIthe Plat Book 14. Pat 14, la the Coknty
We understand. Lot and. If marrM. .bar kurtiand.whoM a.MHin>al of Mid property ......r the
NWH of the NFK, af the 1'1"\411| of Dad*. Sate of Florida M rm.kraMd .
Maw 10 uokMwal David DoM the NWK' af the BCK of.... tSU mid Ortirirat lamed wan U IMMmt ,
When we've prayed and cursed In Conlfkat No. 10011. The "
and. If of T. L Whlton
married
his wife. Mr*. David
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the NEK of the SWK of the SEK: :
Dodd T II T Wi...... Plat assessment of MM property under the
together ; I. Coha and If mauled ktowlfa. Lot 5. Block Park .
W'4 of the BWK of the REK: : the REKof MM Crrtir4rat he.".. WM In theName
Mn. T. '. In the ft
S. Book 14. Paw County
I Coda Marl LochDona
understand I the SWK of the BRKi: the IWKof ... .
We .04 If marrM, her husband. Dad. Slat of ,........ M embraced of C. P. Carolina: .110. .
When we've ailed and tried together -, who Name to unknown, It living and the SEK af the BEKl, the SH.hi! III Coltlfleat No. "... Tk aaioM- Lots 1-1, Block 14. Wlnona Park. .
the NWK of the BE% th. WK of
; Plat the
Book 14, Pat 44, In Countyof
If th.tr of MM under Uw MM
deed unknown twin' dorloMO.tnatoai went property
1 apt*. ; the NWK of th. KRK d tk DaM, Sats of Florid.. M onvkracod
and other claimants. and allpartlM ; :1, C ttrl...* band. WM In UK. some *f
of of
WKi SWK tk
In Certificate No. 10040. The
We understand.
1 claiming an ._t under the the 14E6the Royal !. *,.
When we've smiled and'cried together above BMMd d.fndMo or any of thorn SEK. IWK of NE th* JI:1: : 'Lota S tad I. Blk. 1 Whose Park. assessment of MM property under the
th. NWK of the % the .
MM Crrtlf4nt luiMd In the
WM
k' and to theso to hereinafter do.orlkod. Plat Book 14. Pan S4. In tk* Countyol
BEK *f the "'II" tko SWK of the, .
; of 1 A. LlndNT
mm
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M our part thereof Loa /. Dm... Plate of Florida u *mbrand
We understand. Rom and.t __. ion wlf. Mn Lo fEK of the NEK i the Eli of NWK:i la certificate No. .".. Th Lot 11. Block II. WlBona Park.
,the NWK of the SEK of the SWK' Patio
I. Plat Book 14. S4 la the County
I Bone Sal N. SwraiMnto Btnvt, Chk assessment of cab. property' under the
can llllnoli! Elliott McCormick and the BWK of the 1114'vt: the 5W'%. ..R.a MM Certificate .baud WM In the of Dade. Mat, of ,........ M ..m.kraMd .

RighttoWorkAmendment Jean MrCormlck, his wlf. Btamford.Connootkutt Realm ... come of Addle F. Phillip.. IB Certificate No. 10M4. Theassessment
The H.... MrCormlek and Ifaurrtod. YOU AND EACH OF YOU are hnbyrraulnd Lot II, Blank T. Wlnona Park, of MM property Seder tin
her husband, whom aam kjiknowa to file an appMrano la this{, Plat Bonk It. Pan 44, In the County Mid Certificate .Issued. WM In the
.. .Stamford OonnwtKuti, Adolf"Me I praoMdlat- the tttk day of .aVptomtor,' of Do.... .... of Pk,rldn.. M ..... HIM of Frank a KatkrrtiM Ballty.
and. If marrtrd. Mr*. Adolf I'''. to the bill ..f complaint far tk*I, braced In Cvrtlftot No. NM. The Lot e. Sock II. Whoa Park
Here U the "Rlght-to-Work"' (tamford. Coanortarat Wlllwm fororloiura af Mrtala Ut MrtlflMW line aMMmnt of Mid aroportjr under Plat Book 14, Pat 14. In tM County

amendment you will vote on In,1Pan..s. and U _....... his wife, brought against you ky 1. M. Oondwla.plalatlff :i the Mid Crrtlflrat. bared WM la the of Dado, Slat of Florida, M rat.kraMd .
0. Dbmr, Sit Ck.lkor la the above atylod **urt, at.foMlnt Mm ..f JT. Codfrqr Minrond.N(4 .. In CorttNrata No. l OII. The .
November Wrong AkMo, Ohio, Mlrnaal i. DolM the land above described :w'i1k1: Lot It, Sleek1.. Wlnona Park. a ont of MM property ender the amid
and, If ..._. Mow Mkkaol. J. Dots via Out allmtioM of Mid kill Plat Book 14. Pan S4 In the County CortlNcat bawd WM la the .
"No person shall be subjectto I kh wlfo, last E. lash at'-", Braaklra 1 taken M set ad kr one of D..... State of Florida u *m.knuod Mat of Elisabeth M. Watta. ,
be twice put In jeopardy New York Clalrmoad Kaufman, and, This lath day of Annul 1(44.. I I lit Tirtlfleato. No. "". The Lot I. Block S. Woo...... Plat Book ,1It
f U marred bar husband who*. Bm I. K. B. LKATHEHMAN.Clwk assessment of Mid property' under the Pat S. In the County of Dada .
for the same offense, nor com- unknown, IS R. "tk .'''''"'. Now York.N. Clerk Circuit CourtCircuit MM Cmirhrit. Mind. WM Ir the sate *f ".,... .. M mknMd I* Con
pelled In any criminal case T.. James Oodaty and. It awrrM, ( Court IU.ll I Name of BMdall I H...... fauna No. '_1. The MMonwnl of 1
k to be a witness against him- Mrs Jones Oodonr. kk wlf*. P. O. Bo.al By F J. GOULD, Deputy CWrk.I Lot I'. Plank IT. Wlnoaa Park MM property uadrr the MM Cwtirb
< UlrhBHmd, Vlrtlnla Wallae Paw I FRANK E. BRYANT Plat book 14, Pat 44. In the Countyof MM based WM la the Name ot Bow S
self nor be deprived of life .rf Ml Via Amar. Palm v....*> Er Attorney for Plaintiff 0.... SUM >f Florida M emu orb Loud Co 1
liberty or property without uw*. LM Annioi, California i Iron* (A... SI. .,.... I. S, IS. 144.1 1 brand In C.nif/.a No. 10004. The Dales MM Certificates . 'i'ilee.
A shall Welfare Fowler a w...... 8'l_. Apart aj.oi.auat of gold property under the domod securities to law ton .Iw"m
due process of law; nor _..... Alameda Suet, tone Boack. Cat.If NOTK'R OP APPLICATIONFOR MM CorlMlMt, Issued WM In the .. thereon ..a the lath day *f Oeto.
private property be taken ; Marl I, Wild and If marrM, TAX PREP Mm at Wm. B. Barlow. tor. A. D. 1144.Daud j
t without just compensation. bar husband, WhoM. same la ..k,,_ of 1141FH Lot 14, Hloek 1>. Wlnona Park, this kit day of September. A. D,
c/o Carl A. Marshall Investment Bids." Chapter SimArt. ,
Plat Bonk 14. Pan 61. In UM Count 1I44,
Washington D. O. Josephine H. M*. A lilt of Dad., State of FlTlda. a. m- E. R. LEATHRRMAK. 1
LEGAL NOTICES UM,, 1"dWIdmllr and M Entutrlt andi4 NOTICE U HEREBY GIVEN that I brandt Coot"..... No.' 10001. .Th Clark classic Coort.Dad ...
. Strip of the oitat of span HaM.ly Carl H. Ummarman and :-Kulh L. pmmm d ..Id yrsp..tr finds County, Florida.Clrtult .
I dfimaod, ./. CoU C. M. Tramm.ll ,,: io'd"* of .,.we of North .M/. :c-'t Cartitk.te Issued was : ( Court hell '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Mil Ol.ror .... Washington, D. C.I; anal Tat Cartlffc-iM Na, Ml bound the f the name of H. C. By N. C. ITERR.ETT D. C.
KI..VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT l..wl* Cleveland: Oompaur. a dlatorralFlorUla ash day ot Jay. A. P I.... hawflM Lot 8. black 10. Winans Park. Plat (...... S, IS. ... ... Oct. 6. 1".)
oorporatloa: lllaO aU-N.w York gone l_ air office. and haw .....* anall"rathiB
(If ILORIUA IN AND FOR DADR I
F COUNTY, Traders In*., I dissolved New YorkirporatlvB. for a tat dn to b.; '-1 leaned th...m.
III Ckanrorr, Na SMmPORKLOMIRR who. aarvlvlnff trade ara SaM certificate *mkra_ the followlnldoirrlMd
,1 OF TAX sALE 1 unknown and seems ko ascertained .<'- l mwry la the Countd D d*,
('..IITIP'll'AT.1tOITI' eer dllltM: mareh pad Inquiry Mohawk 1 l state af ; .. Mrttl
or HOMESTEAD: a munietparoorpuntlua HMlty Corporation, '6 dissolved Floridaorpnrattoa N 40 ft. ., Ut tnark) I. ..ifflntBtaMyn
af tin sate ft whom aurrlvln IruMowarc r Park .taM. Plat hank S.
/ ..knows and Mnaot a* aaw.UlMd . Pat itsn Borthm M. Township SISouth
Plaintiff, after ..111..tto, and Inwiry Katt IB the County, af
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VSMotRARY FIorido.\\ Rant
PROPERTIES. INC. I i and all parties .lalmui(, Dod, state of Florida.Th .

roved Florida ......-,..... I any interest kr. tkrovtk, anoor db.oratalBot aoarannrat of MM property ..dr
f.danta.. I Lewis Cleveland Company a the MM certificate .... IB the soma all
NOTICR OF NARTER. SALE solved Florid Mrporatloa. MlamlNowYork Lllllaa M. Dakr.Unions I
.. dlaiolnd N.w YorkarporatloBi
Trades I. a I
Mrtlflrat shall W roc
Notfc a bard.. rive that the sou Corporation, Said
'+ .......... M Special II...... Bn_ and 11= MMlty Mrporatloa i ''andatalriot dread arMidlat to law the. proprrtydMnrUwd VJHAT
dissolved
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a
lop otrtiw of the final Duane at For* tkmla will ka add to.
all unknown ha /n. *r
MnoM
.tram korotolur wlorrd In tint M"Sinr IB and tot the kit*** bidder at the Court NUM door AMERICANSTATESMAN
; MUM pending I* the Circuit Court d lalnalM any kitonrt lhr ofInvolvod oa IS* flrwv MBd y IB the month oftuvtmtof.
pared
tM Eleventh Judicial ClrruM of ........... property. or In any skis part auk ar situate I* Dad 044 who h., tka Its day

U and for Dad County In Ckaiwory.feint County. ..10...... Towaiklp U amok, of 6W1. 1944 w 3AID
Chauwy No, MOM la wKloKDM thltf lot of >A_.. 144.E. .
h MM I Knows IT lad, M fola.I ...; Dated .4ajr ? *
ft HunwrtMd. a munt.-lpal *'rporalira Th. NKH, .l the SWUl W% .lNWS B. LEATHIRMAN.Cktrh 1 f / WOULD
of tlw sate of Florida, k I of bt\% : 1fW% W NW% a N'HISS of circuit Court, t I RATHER BE''
and 1I..e.." r_.... h....*. .1.1.lIr"1. I of BW(4 NWH, of WM ( M* UwSR4 Pada C....... Flortdi.By y/ ,
Florida aorpuratkiB, ft >!., tr .. 01 tk I* Bortlon IIITh. ifC.. BTKRRETT.. D. C.Clrart RIGHT THAUPRESIDENT tI
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I, M special Mote ). Chancery. ........... NH of tk.5614> IKH era UNMWK < CoBrt'BMl* *
.4 ky tins Court In MM __ under l ** Uw MI:* of Uw \4\\ *.Ba 4Bopk 1. 5. IS. II. I"fl. . f.sons.
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and kr virtu af UM UTIM t Uwroa mil i.
deer for sale bad Mil a public *utoryto
Uw highest and heat bider for .uk IIUM - . -- -
BOMB front door af Mw Court Hwmft \ I
Dad* Couaty. ta UM, CRY a* fllaml .
PlnrMa. aa the tad day of Outoarr A,D. 1
'r 144. M*.. Uw kour o( ...... a'ekirkA. I y I .
ML and two BVta P. II.. Ik* urn y
Mini a Mme Mk day and Uw born I
the karal boom of MMtlw tolluwmt '
ti.irllid property MMt.* la Dad CaualyLaw .
.......... l.wil I \ 1 1E :
OM to T.oBt,.iw*. 1twI...... (Answer next week)
; tad Twat .U W TWrty "'.11.*.
tt Work Two I Iota 'I'.... rout.Mia .
*. TM. San,.' and Nliwu SER VES
I* Blnrii, Threat nom OM. Tmtr. I for
Make thisyour
___ *. T... lawful t R Tw headquarters dependability J.

and Twenty-few I. Birk Ftvot Lob and to be
MM to -. held hca., lot H/S PARTY 6ttTfKOMfT .; reliability. You are. sore ".

6 _...... .......... .Tw .,..... he7LMS L satisfied. ,
.or.a., Inaaelve., IN biak ,
,( so JUW One to TVlrtr-fW* kwhl. WHO $(4VES 7041" f
.Wet hT Weak Wrtu UM OM HT.W + '
Mft, tartol**, ta kk Sa > = '
Lon 0. .....,.....,.alnw --..%. COUNTRY BEST* ----=- Answer l list week ad -

Ia Stork Tee t __ OM a Light,

'y"k.erw threat ate Tons..ItMg... u The Flag wad approved by 'Congress April /t,- Hit.V .
.1.5.. II Nk.1t I / .."u 4
,( ,fire 'pubdhinh.a *f PONCE: IMMXH r/JeSlYgae KW I
BMordrBt- ha tko plot UwnwfW .
]#; due is Met kao.k t4 al Pew ,

Ik* ,..u. tKuardaaf Dad .Coaarlnri I.
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r5 Tbe on prswar M BfoMMM tototk.BNwrtolato -AUt/LAN": IRVICE'b .
.w Wait ..5 the..t ummeb, he.Mta."b ;. .a .. _t.. e..a.an .M swift swo-of i"a In a .....adsmiN
and hpeateaer ahsama bokmelrF to SPEED: ..* *AIEn.il.llj : DRIVING inaas.rtitnQar. pet.ernes .' '
t M' Noy ..... *. ..... .MM .. mhwMM be der.h..porteN 'd.p.rt.h1R, .;1 cad':- .gain. HAROWARf. UUILDINO Ht RlM
p 'u'ry saw drerm. kv MM MN .deer .veilohla, ,
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LEADER
II AND ENTERPRISE ._ Pace Ffft ,

Lynn Irwin, son ot Mr. and I I Ernest NeDl until her parents Mkhalskl were Sunday guests ot
Mrs Frank Irwin ten Monday Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Booker, arrive Mrs J T. Davis of Miami.
In and Around for Cleveland, Tenn, where he In October.
\is completing the second halt of James Tlsdale returned Friday i
his freshman year as a divinity Mrs. L. t. Forsyth spent several from Montgomery Ala. where he y
I student at Bob Jones College days la Miami this week spent a month with Mr. and Mrs
HomesteadCary S. F NIxon
Mitt Rosemary Hennlngton will Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Ingram left I I
enter the University of Miami on this week for New York City af- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clinton
Nov LMiss ret a brief visit with Mrs. X. J. : came home from Key West tor
J Rhode. the week-end and Mrs Clinton
Crsntford, son of the Rev. Mill France Rutland, Miss Ma- Belegene Bullard whose 'remained tin the storm threat
and Mrs. L. B. Crantford will ble Ruth Pope, Miss Dorothy parents, Mr and Mrs. F. O. Bul- Mrs. W. Williams, Mrs. Edward had passed.
register Sept 15 as s sophomoreat Moon and Miss Hilda Dodeon will lard, now live at Quincy, arrived Tladale and Pro. and Mrs Frank I (Continued on Page tight) .i;
the University of Chattanooga, leave for Tallahassee about the last Friday to enter her senior
He is majoring In Spanish. Mrs. first of October for their second year at Homestead High School.
Crantford will accompany.him'to year at Florida Slat College for While here she will make her
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.. Chattanooga to spend two weeks Women. home with a sister, Mn A. D. .
there with her daughterinlawand Simmons .'

grandson, Mn L. B. Crant Miss' Marie Bell and Miss Ann I
ford, Jr, and Bobby, and later Shackleford will leave Mondayfor Mrs. Norman Benson returned
will go to Birmingham visit a DeLand where they will matriculate Friday from Key West where she .I
lister Pvt L. B. Crantford. Jr. at Stetson University had visited relatives and friend.for' .
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Is now overseasJi Miss France Walker will return i week.
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to Stetson for her sophomore
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'1 The ,yon brother>> Harold,'Irvi'ing year: ,., "';; : Patssy, Infant daughter of Mr. f
Virgil and Don, ,returned on : and Mrs H. B. Blackburn, has
:'Tuesday from Crystal, Mich, Webster .Williams,' R.B l .n d been lit this week.

where they and Mrs. Virgil Lyon High School graduate of 1944, will
',had spent the summer. Mn, Lyon attend the University of Florida Miss Vivian Johnson, daughter
on the return trip topped in this year.Mrs. bf Capt. and Mrs: Victor Johnson,
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Georgetown S. (X, to spend a has spent the summer in New
few day with relatives. York and now will enter Limestone -,'
J. I. WhitworUt of Pomp- College in Gassney S. C \
ana former resident of Silver She was graduated from Redand mealtime
Mrs. Foyd G. Arpan, the former Palm, .pent'th. week-end with High School In June. must
Miss Eleanor Holferty, arrived by Mr and Mrs B. a Murphy in'
plane from Jacksonville last weekto Homestead and Mr. and Mr*. Otis Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Williams of; ;
visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs ruin wife'shappiness
Gossman in Redland Miami were Sunday guests pf a
J. M Holferty of South Allapat- '
Mr. and Mrs J. R Byrum.
I
tah Gardens. Lt. Arpan has recently -
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Cohn and
been made station photographic their small son, Louts Jr., recently Mrs Kenneth Helnrich, Mrs ? '
of ,the Jacksonville
: officer I made a trip to Jacksonville\ to James Winters, Miss Lou Camp
station and also has
naval air bring back a daughter, Barbara bell and Mrs R. E. Caves spent
been assigned to Admiral Me- Ann who had been visiting heruncle last Friday In Miami with Mrs
Fall'i staff as photographic officer tnd aunt Mr. and Mn
C. C. Rellce, the former Miss
for the command. Jack Bunch. Willa Caves

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Misses Helen and Susan Pope Mrs Cecil Conway of Miami
daughters of Mr. and Mr*. Law- visited her parents Mr. and Mrs FLORIDA CITY
rence ,Pope, will leave Sundayfor B. C. Murphy on Monday. Mrs By Warrens Bevery
Agnes Scott College in Decatur Conway the former Miss Catherine -
Ga Miss Helen will be a Murphy. Mr. and Mrs. N. Fortenberry
Junior and Miss Susan a freshman moved to Homestead this week. /

Prof W B.: Moye of South i=4
Georgia Teachers', College, Col- Mrs. Roy Chandler visited her \ -
Mrs. Julian, H. Webster returned legeboro, Ga.. left Homestead,mother Mr*. A. Marohn in Uleta e-.
Saturday from a ten-day visit Tuesday after five-day visit last week and brought home her
> with relatives In Lisbon, Md. here at the home of his brother sons Jackie and Edward who
and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs had been visiting their grandmother -

Miss Marjorie Fogle will leave A. S. Moye. i
Tuesday to begin her Junior yearat .JI
Duke University In Durham Mrs D. L, Bowen has returned I Mill Virginia Booker who returned .1
N. C Miss Marie Bashor of from a stay in Miami Wednesday: from SenoraGa

Goulds also will be a Junior at visited her son_.and daughter I ,! staying. with Mr and Mrs'I
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Duke University this year

ATHIH.brother..*UM are ddwa
John Chambers second son of .- "
-. k>ctlck up ea their back re sills ij as
Mr. and Mrs W. L. Chambers of -
.. Princeton,' left Monday to begina -t they wait at Die trMklut table while ssothw, fries to prepare

ministerial course at Trevecca ,, em tout a.4 oHe firm eae ewrwoilsd ebeWe sad,, .bathe
College 'In Nashville He la a klk_ But those days should ton bt goo braver
graduate ot Redland High School ,e

: to doe "eUcteooie age" ol......... year how will be..eat
Charles Lee Burgreen, a student .odd as Nosh's Ark If proper wiling fc aot ,..,.....to tab
'for the ministry, Is takinghis
t. special theological training in I THOUGHT MY :f are el all the am ainilltaose a4 "...I..QI.. le

the University of the South at oaks yes plat.build remodel,be sue 10 jrorWU enewejiebcMc
;' Sewanee. Tenn. Recently fail parents VISION WAS : *! ebciiHs\ for the eUcMe cosmssieacM yo..U nuelraeed

?;Or, and Mn A. L. Bur- '' aloe ample outlets to Fear hfchw ... e..r ssgsss (
green, and their other children GOOD isdde
,
wd hudy swttchM)JU each door
visited him for two days At the
present advanced schedule he will
bf Y JUmjMle wbinf WIll animas the toeoa_ ao* et blows 1
,. b* able to take three years 1
theological training in two years fit10" ..' lass, dIaMt ef lights. aad slew swatta. ssyltsaoee dw t* teverioadsd
and graduate In June of 1946. tMrs ', cIrni. 1 r
t\F> -
: John Frey, is spending a '
few days JnMiaml with Mr. and
Mrs ,Cecil Dodd 9"0181 ...fl.w COMMON

Mrs, Fannie' McDavid of Plant 9' 0.0 !

City wet 'recentvillto ot Mrs. .
Selma Reitx. rya
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.Mn. James McCrary the former MAIeritsswtg"
7-MWCos
Miss Loin Behrens has returned -
f f, from a visit at the home
" .; of her sister Mrs. Opal LeHu- i IKII. .tx Hove pkaly ol circuits end conven-- meAl or"to

; \ quet ot Philadelphia. Capt. Mc "BeciranieAve'deliver en ,
Crary 1* In France.
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:. $ of productive hours b a swims'proUm theta dIys. iiii ,
'? .Mr, and Mrs. Adam Brannen 1 ...,...
Buy are costly hours for our =
.. who had spent the summer In fighting mm who need the
+ .j ,Statesboro,' Ga., and MIpCIInI IIId rte* yow are now producing! for.
Strickland and Mrs.Harvey.. hsm.. Don't Mt 'IhWicur' yet are M r\*' tr-
I: vey wftave them examined ewie set Tao low arcane d estiw w.Not enlyaMkettkvruem
ure 1
rulariv .a stake certain
. visited there two
Jr. who had .
M uee vew oppkoneM but viC\eeuee them to be
j week,' made the return, trip'. toV; tiat your vision: .*. accunt. dappi.h'to tae\adk ol enough El e ieltr

" | gather last week.........,. W.Ng ,;.."..... Sever Aq .....d rear trea o..e.

'.-. ;-) ,Mia Vara Rheney, 'daughter' ef :GLASSES ON' CREDIT-
*Mr and Mrs. 'Wi' E. Rheney, platsk n. Ctrl twn.a we ....sou Sian If,
',U leave soon for.Oxford! ,Mlas,; $1.00 A WEEK IS ALLBRACKiNS -If Marie aps'twn scat ......,. lor ei t-.eeet.e.siene rid r I r'ewep4osarms '
where she will be a fre una. Mmywrt.psw.e... I '
; ..at, the. ,University of Mississippi\ : there t4.. ,tape Camp" ram. ,k x
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: : bditb: ArontfC of Worcester.
aw ) 1 as orange, w yam tai 'ar /
afeeM and-bafsoo.-Marvio, 1. Max meow," I
. have ;Bank:.to.r spend'the )vinnterThetrt Oat c* ft* lIP lest DtatiaN .pros.aew -

"' ; ,with-br:',and Mrs. Al. Wolfe r N. KHAMI AVEACFMIAML '... ... .. !:::_ _ _____ __ J
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It KEDLAND P. T. A. PRESIDENT ANNOUNCES t P. T. A. EXECUTIVESTO
I. The Calendar : MEET WEDNESDAY CIRCLE HOSTESS

APPOINTMENT OF COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN _.._ ... .. .........1 The Homestead P. T. A. executive Circle Two of the Baptist Missionary -

The H.ll.nd P T. A. executive Ruth Russell and Miss Ruth Murray 'I Sept. 19-USO dance sponsoredby committee will meet in the Society met Sept. 7 With
f Bedford P. T. A. : Men king Cooper School at 2:30p. :
convalescence. Mn
\ committee has set Wednesday : George Mn T. T. Bowen. Others present
: Sept. It-Meeting of Homestead m. Wednesday
Cooper; safety C. L. Ooley: cafeteria
were: Mr*. T. E. Kirby Mrs. Get-
CX I 11 as the date of the as-
: WJSCS circle in Sunday of
Mrs. John Whlchard: student The first meeting the association -
; \ aid, Mrt Wm Lounsbury; school building at S o'clock. will be held Oct. 18. da Fee ad. Mrs H. E. Ream. Mrs.J .
anbounces C. Vinn and Mrs. E. L. Lawrence -
Sept 20-Meeting of Homestead
finance and budget, Mn Charles '
Mr. and Mr Lee H Lehman .
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P. T. A. executive committee In
t and for project has Hennlngton hospitality, Mr.
president II ;
2:30.. entertained the Thursday Night Mrs Vann mill be the hostesson
clinic room at :
decide i 10 improve the health Jack Jackson: music Mrt Clar.
Sept. 22 of Homestead Bridge Club at supper last night Oct. ftWi32 I
-Meeting
stand,I d i of the school children. ence Cray: refreshment Mn W
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report he president, arc as follow Oct Meeting ot Homestead .
membership, Mrs C A. The first vice-president of the B. P. W. C. in Leader.Enterprl.el! ; Vu .

Cm t ell I ; program Miss Lena association la Mrt Jack Jackson; building
HI'1'1'Ital1m' publicity Mn W,1 the aeeond vtae-pre.ldent, Mn. Oct. 9 -Meeting of Woman I

i W i II"t I lea; room representative Wm. Turner; Die secretary, Mn Dub of Homestead.
Mi Win. Turner: war activity,I Eva Fletcher).*ad the treasurer, Oct U-Meeting of Redland Jack DIXIE DRUG Howard
: ; P. T A.. at 8 folk Johnson
>1< I relw< Galloway; health and Mrs. Harmon Keen. p. m.
iumm I roundup, Mrs Eugene Remodeling of the association I Oct 18-Meeting of Homestead
Font lase historian, Mrs. Eva cafeteria li now complete MrLL. P. T. A. in Neva King Cooper 11 bones SO and BlOt

Flet.h" I parliamentarian. Principal H preor, cafeteria manager, School auditorium
,1 I Wagner, ;year book Mr| has three aulitftntiTSO / .
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JIMMY CAMPBELL

. ; DANCE SEPT 19 TO BE SPONSOREDThe HAS BIRTHDAY PARTY I

Mrs Clriude 'Campbell gave a

Redland Parent.Teache'l BAPTIST CHOIR children party Friday In honorof 1
:Association will sponsor the USO i I PICNICS IV PARK the seventh birthday of her

dance next Tuesday night and unifier The choir of the First Baptist son, Jimmy. .
the chairmanship of Mrs. QeoIL After a series of games on the ' loop
Church enjoyed a basket dinnerIn lawn a birthday cake ice MllK.OF
Fitzpatrick will provide senior cream Tooth Powder 27
hostesses and refreshments The the city park Wednesday evening and candy were served :; MAGNESIA

t Florida Keys Orchestra from Mr. Campbell was assisted by I >V"I This pleasantly .flavored tooth powder is a family t'
Homestead Field will and her mother \ \ favorite! Sptcfillv priced!
play, I A fellowship hour followed. Mrs J. R. Dorsey
a spec,Jl door prize will be given and Mrs Alex Lanier, Mr*. Allen ,
In spite of storm warning the B. T. u ENJOYS Neal and Mr*. Alvin Campbell..| Briten Tooth Powder rs- $lZI 39c Jj

Tuesday dance this week was well SOCIAL EVENINGThe Children present besides Jim
\ V teeth .
This big telling powder brightens your ss if *
attended Cpl. Alvin Moore from I
entire B. T. U of the First my and his sisters, Connie and / cleans Generous sue. N s .
Jlometitead Field had charge of Claudia, were: Dick and Bob /

arrangements The Neighborhood Club under evening Baptist Church Friday enjoyed in the a Sunday social Huff Jr, Sandra Sarah Sherard'Lanler, Donna Allen Neal Rae I' Klenzo Antiseptic 1 CIA1.atc. 49c f fj

the chairmanship of Mn W O.Chase ., school building After t short pro. Campbell, Ray Roberts, Dixie and Jj The popular tpicr flavored antiseptic for oral hjjicne
was the hostess group Saturday ' grim, during which Carey Crant- Pat Boatwrlght, Doris, Mary Ann

Club under night! ,the and chairmanship the Woman off ford and refreshment presided, games were were served played and Lilian Lewis !and Joy Peten! 3; Klenzo Tooth Brushes.snits 29c tyW'

Mrs. Jas. L. Bird was the hostess I e
and Mrs J. B. HllllarJ who Choice of your favorite style; tuftedconvexorovaL
group on Sept. 7, Mr. and M-W-;:: : Chambers home on a furlough from lal
of ....,:I. :: .. _b >>M. ,_
Princeton gave a family dinner Neb. On Tuesday a family reunion
The B. P. W. C. meeting
postponed
party on Sept T In honor of was held at the home of r..
from Sept. 4 will be held
tl CpL Lawrence McLendon of Miami another sister, Mn Harry Plattof ,
Oct. 1 In' the Leader-Enterprise )
brother of Mrs Chambers MiamI.
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LEGAL NOTICES .A kl KITS ; .

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it ANNIE MAYHEW FITZPATRICK
Novice APPLICATION rO. .
TAN: DIED: Have who you need when you

IhC4te It (Morale PIN oasis(...* tM Pal I11 \. Redhead Road between Avocado and encayne tMvee I ,Deed k. 24->.gc Fim.Aid Manual 98 C
s !..". .5M4.. ., :......... Dra... included. with every kit.tells whatto
IM-tfirt Tat ortIr..... M.mWn4 see,
4MW tK, ash 4>r .f J.... A. D. ..... do wheat emergeiKMt snse.
Pianoforte and
i ... IIM MU. Cwllflnl U or .ffto.. TheoryViolin
...-. .... M* iMtetloo for Ms 4w4 ..,tss59. .... an S'JA9II rats...
'* a. low .....- b ...rda.w whh .... Xylophone Piano-Accordlan
+ said CmtfktM wktM-i Mw e.sowW Y1'F
dweeawd asset., ."..... Is Dade 1IOOUCf"; '
> an.satyreds.. .. ........
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U S' Bit M Amd Flat of Uw '
iViwk*, PIM Hogs U, Pin Ill BM. I _._.
tine ..
IV-wkl M Booth Itauo 41
4 Wool I. 1M dangly W D**. BUM
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Tito a.io.i mii of Ml4bM ...arty on.w' .
+ tM wN Cwt/tlwa ....... w Is ....
.. ., W IMMI W. 11r.... VJolfoi saw
Uortlflralo .l...ll k> mimiJ oenrriliw
.. l.w. ... bed will Iwom tWraw ..
+ IW 4IK hy of 0._. A. D. .....
1 k aMt.d Met lath "s, of Awvrt, A. D

C. ItATBERMAV.
c.... of Chuff Court.uMlr .
FlorUik
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NII"n ov ArrtiTATioii rots
Tt'{ TAX basis
rite sass
WOTICK M HtBUlY: OIVKM ISttkuWUl ....
? H.IMIOW k>Ur M Wow
.( Clip .f UlMil Tall rmUl.... 11_
\ sewed lists ..... the ttk day at JIHM,
A. D. IH*. IM tIM MM OttUlrat ta
1 any _, ad ... a.do aaelha.a 1.1as
t 6.4 a Soso those I. wagaa e
oft! ..... gam GertIek.a: ...Maw" this
it M6 tow wh.olta.l.d M
insist, IPl.eld.. a
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101.4 as'- Ito Pus 44. 1. City r ,
, ,at YMa" CL.ay of Daly 11"60, of.w.as

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R, aMatSss I The FLOR1DAN COUNTRY ''round reeort Is favored throughout I to Lake Apopfca famous for Its finest In'hew plutHnes. Rate

" ES CLUB A HOTEL *t Howey-In- [ the summer and fall by delightfully I big bass? here U truly hheri are oo the American plan and Include ..

tas.A The-HUU Florida b located In cool: lake-swept brees i -.'. paradise..lite dub's sporty the 'us* of all facilities..'

y the beautiful hill and lake section: I... Situated on a hill-top ever "golf course, white send beach and Write fair further Information and

of"tJEle state, Ttis i popular!: $wuv looking Lake H.nit. lad nearty :extensive'.riding StablesPder4,J** ,.....w.... nw artet yAd"t, !

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,i. .. September 15, 1944 .. HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Pale Seven,


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..... -'! : HELEN LIVINGSTON the amount ef the overcharge oTis i
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I I unknown, then the violator will:

; Your Dates With .I (Continued From Page One) pay to the treasurer of the United CLASSIFIED ADVERTISINGRATE :

i;' Salley S. Cat a town founded by I States by money order, certified "

Uncle Sam ancestors.. In 1909 the check, or cashlet's check the sum

i moved to Homestead and raml"l 1 of. UM actual overcharge and also : Pint Insertion1 IDc a Un; fubsequent Insertions

................., .................. I tended the local sign a compliance agreement. No Bo a line .
high schools. I II I cash whatsoever can be accepted. i'
MEATS, FATS-Bed 10ppintistamps From her On the second
'I youth Miss Livingston or following com
A8 through Zt and AS1 WANTED-Small storage space
was an active worker in plaint which proves to be a violation -j FOR RENT
through OS good for furniture. Phone 4T3-J '
Indefinitely j
| the settlements
'I Homestead Methodist! Church ; may be made
PROCESSED GOODS-Blue 10- 'I land a teacher in the Sunday by the violator paying to the a BEDROOMS Some cooking (slS-tf) f ,

point stamps AS through Z8 and !!i school), and in later years the treasurer of the United States, privileges Mm. t". C. Selfert.

A5 through L5 good Indefinitely.1'served as publicity chairman for by money order certified check:1 27 N. W. Fourth Bt. (S1SU) WANTED-Tractor work mow.

i i the W. S. C. S. circles. or cashier's check the sum of' log dragging, plowing and diskIng. -

SUGAR-Stampi SO, 31. 32, 33', For many years, also, she was $21.00 or single the amount of the'ROOMS and apartment Reason Call or Phone before 7:41-:

In Book Four good indefinitely I active In the Order of the Eastern overcharges, whichever is the i able rates, hot water and show. B, RL, after fl p. m. or Sunday, x

for. five pounds each., I|I I Star. She served as worthy ma- greater. .rs. Palms Hotel. Florid City. J. H. Phillips, Coconut Palm dr

Stamp 40 good'or S pounds o1canning ]!i tron of Ad Astra Chapter In 1938 "In cases where violations art I .t Tennessee rd. Phone MS->J-3

auger through Feb. 28 of I and as grand representative of uncovered by a survey the previous -i FOR SALE (S8-Z9 t

next year. Spare stamp 37 good I' North Dakota frpm 1938 to 1941 procedure of sending warning -

tor canning sugar until Mar. and she was a member of the dial letters will not suffice. Viola f RARE AND UNUSUAL trees and WANTED-Frenh. Juicy fig, any ,

1945. I'j j'I.I trict's Past Matrons' and Past Pa- ton will be called in for: price i. plants Landscaping and trove also and kind. South Dade

SHOES-Airplane stamps I and 1. trons' Club. panel conferences and make settlements plant'ng.' Sunny Grove Nurseries 'Farms. First National Dank! ,

2 (Book 3) good indefinitely j She took an Interest in allcommunity by payment to the treasurer .I Palm Ave., 2 miles west Bldg ITtf) '
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GASOLINE projects When war! of the Unltied States. Any Florida City Phone nsJ.Y.I : 1

-A-11 coupon good I came she became an active work violation In which the facts indicate I (a28tf) WANTED-Oood used rumlturw. ,

through Nov. 8. er In the Homestead Casualty I that the violator wflfttily I Smith-Grave Furniture Co. '4t

BLUE TOKENS FAREWELLIt I Station and completed the standardized I overcharged regardless of wheth-: PERSONAL (ml9tff)
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and advanced courses In er It is the first pr second viola- ---

you have torn blw token first aid 1 tion, will be sent to the district! FRtCt If Excess causes you ,
In row purse better use them Besides her Miss S. L. Kendrick
parents Livingston price liaison officer for handling pains uf Stomach Ulcers, IgJ
now because after Sept 30 they survived by a sister,, "Drastic measures will be tak- station Heartburn, Belching r

will be good only for the kids to Esther who teaches in Shenan- en in the future so as to keen 1 Bloating, Nausea Gas Pains ;: '
JUSTICE!: OF THEFEACR
play with. Until next Sunday the doah Junior High School in prices down. | get free sample Udga si \
Office of Price Administration ami Brown's Pharmacy. (pn2O :

says, you can use them Just

you always have used them. Be.as RATIONING \ MRS FURRY IF YOU want .to get-m:;:;;. Don't forget to renew ; '

ginning Sunday, Sept. 17, retailers Mlj (Continued from Page One) I, write Box 26, Vancouver Wash. your 1914 automobiledriver's '. '

will cease giving blue tokensto (Continued From Page One) being filled temporarily by Mrs (J21U) '

consumers at ration change' logs I profits. Leroy Spranklc, wife of the boys'' license before

and shoppers will be able to' "When a violator Is found coach and physical education di. WANTED Oct. 1. ,.

spend them only In groups of 1\\>.' violation on his first rector. ,

If necessary, shoppers may pool he may settle Tils overcharge I! The enrollment of Redland high WANTED IO RENTTwobedroom -
tokens to make up group of 10. refunds to the purchaser In tho1 I and elementary schools Is now house. Toor country. Odd Fellatio Bliti. '
Removal of practically all Ifs j W. W. 18& St IIlIm... ad. fla.
canned amount of the overcharges 440 announces Principal /Leader-Cnterprire Box A-143.

and bottled vegetables and fruit the purchaser declines to accept W r finer. Carl (anti) 4n

spreads and specialties from rationing .-- - -
Sept. 17 makes of
blue tokens use iw TRI niirriT roost of mfELEVENTH anus S. Pow w, Publli R..-..'d. iDa .
unnecessary. Beginning JUDICIAL CIROIT IN *> CowMV. rtorlUoiL4.
Sept. 17. point values on ORANGE and GRAPEFRUIT AND FOX DAUB COl NTT, TtMtrfow o4 Twrnly-H.
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canned rLnxuiAIII of J. W. CAMPNELL't ADDITION
tomatoes and
catsup chill
t-toimrf to tpe Top of Home stead, a. cordtoe ,11.
sauce will be designated in multiples 6, N. still to the Plot tkonot retarded in Plat i p
of 10.FIVE. GROWERS_ ; i I 'rOIC<"to "'"1 OP TAS MALI Bwk 1 .l ..... IU of tv PukltaHorar
( EKTII IfATM4HTY of IMot C.sap. fl.-r.J. .
Or HUMKS1IAU; o liMltlM tots Tw.tr-aw T fn ty-ihi and
DENTISTS We pick, pack and sell your fruit..*;; . { i Htwntte Plaintiff at Ulo state uf florid, Tw wr-row PARK.. Block MKmllnii. Ono to..( the HIBISCUS plot l "

I ... <..._ rwotxM In Plat Milk n >t \
:/.Continued from Page One) ' .< We di not buy it... TUB BOARD OP roMWIBtmiiiERg Or ..... ti. Pukllt, HMOfrfi .., n.... r;
I THE: EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DIB.THICT. Cmntr ClorWo:
il concerned' with Immunization as iMirvuimKol Dralnon, bioWM !_ Fmirt. and Alston. UtokThl
of the State of Florida, .t .1.. ** of HIIIIHCUB PARK, traoHhi -
practises. "When' the GI thinks Silver Pdhn-Fruit Growers' Assn. IMoMojiU to tfco plat thereof roronlr InPlM '
of medical Bait It ot HMO SI I'ukll'
a officer, he thinks ofa ORDER PO* rt'ULICATlnN
.
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of Do* Ouoly. t.
Rorarcj ;
hypodermic needle," MaJ Veach Grower-owned, non-profit CO-OPEfcATIVT: IN TH' NAME: OF TUB STATE <)POr Lots ..... Mona end Etokl, 81.0Two
'
laid with a smile. 1| TO THE FLORIDA CmCNDANTSit. i nf ROYAL PALM ADlllTIOMf .
thr. lithe of HnnMOtoo4, ortuntintfta ..
Patients at the hospital see move Parking louse.Is on the Seaboard Railway. In Redlands I . L. rCARItOROUUH. ,nj if murrlnl, the plot MowiqS ntroVI In Plot .
ing pictures every day. MaJ. r y'. Drive" Mitt. i. t. BOARBOndlU.il. hit wIt. Rook 9. ... 1!. PukHr Rrronki South of Flummer ,
ff. vfeuM hm name In .alotown to pkln-1\ Dade ( uinlr, Fl'ffd..
Teach Invited' members of his tUpllarnHCr(..i l. int*;; IM's ADDITION
of TAT -
+ Thlrtr-IOM
audience to visit the hospital. B. HRLSHLEH. FlUl LUCAS nt\\ fr Tow. of Ho nii.o4,
: the
Phone 2j2.J.JW. M. Crow t
Mjr. ,... .
CARY A. LUCAS u Trull tin >nllM to tin pUt tkonxif r. .n
hot will mid t_..... of D. W, LU.1 on !'.*..
,4 I. Plot! Shot 1. Pod lax.
jyJJEf.AL| NOTICES V I III CAL 4troni. fllnuntry tuna Sweets of Booo Counts. Pk>rkkrlot I '
FERN LUCAS on4 FRED LUCAS Mr, tvto P1. .. .....". aril INflyruur, . ufT4"1I"
lku.kand. Wimraor. lows; ADDITION .. thr ..... 1
"i N&TK-K OP AP'"I rr ATIOV FOR Tko oMownonl of tU uroptrtu u.. :NOTK.B": ; OK APPIII-WIOJI FOR I CORA T.; KELLER > ..*,... .'....-/ Hem..Md..wa.'diss : .M plot. :A
TX T'Tfnnu dir tko Mid MMIftarto ward: nu ,. TAX oprrt sac, Iowa nod ,nosed IR I 11.10 L .11
is mJRNrAErv.rZsd tin. nom of W. L. '_1,. tJ".... ..Uotrtlfloolo nu x*. sail -.'''..&::11' rIOr1RTIf.8.!: INC, a dk.tJved > t 120 Phl'o a-4. ill l1iSs. e
shall l b, red_ ......r4Jn) NOTICE )I.. h..lIol.avES that Now York eorruwlwn' aad .U =.... Pleads i tI.o'
suko.4 ...1..... ssecraeura lnterwt.trwhe. .1 T... 1I'\.k Oberst. TOWN OP .. ,5HOM
". In low Ml nord will l rao thoroon an ELIZABETH HAM 'ON['. twldrr .. a. .
; ; the Mlk tiny of ...._..... A. O. 144 .krnw of Cttr of Mfjtml" Ton Orllfl'Kt, or ether Parties eaimloa. br. RSTEAD. m a.h4lel.lat.ord., .
J :: 4h.moh. under Ir ...I..t 1./ earrlrrdcnr.r.tion. IM t. tin pint uw.n.. -.1. I"
thk ink of A. I
Dated NuinMvd
clot Auswtt. HIT, saes tnt J" I7. dated
the w3SfySf boo IM4. he 4ih day of "' : A.: D. :1oi b< he. ;..f" .Vital. 't',.,. s" TiPhe Plot Bouk f. Pas, 18. Publt Nwnl.of .
filed and E B. LKATHERMAN ;IM .... OrtirhwM In nr i>fflt.. end oy. How Dedo counlp 'Ioorido .
has modes. , fork ., Cln-Bit Cturt, and Fork of the Sheve ..._1..... i'ub4dtv.toes '
!***due .coy -at !deed- a bo* mod. -"'tspSntbd'.A.r log flood M. -
be". f, -* : TIIZQl 1)(19 ''RAILKTYHMta.. KlorIt IWng lor.t.d In 5 CWf dv
"S
iher.p"lar'ao, Dod .t '
ad.neareAt Mw. ptuit tr..nrtdaI l W.ein;the-d Mi ft irftWono 1r:1.t '
Sold "' AiEm.brs.. the tol ,rWineCounty. (ClpSilt Court (wll said OortUtroM .mitteoZ th* ; i'toI"" FEI.LoWB BAII.rT; l' F. 91rd HoowoMd, Dodo COHIMT 1'1.- "
,' : ::= : ., I Br )1. c. ':tTfHBKTT, Dol.'AUI 1. dwNbad .tpryO Iy. "'.1155kd I'i>acIoCol. f|N.W York' Cflt.I BARBARA Tot ARC HrPMY! ORDKRKD: ANBriRKCTKH > i
state 0 Fkrtdo. ta.'wiK .. Ptw.. '....iti ,k MfON, '641 l. N.w ta tile row se.oo..IIO. t.
S, ,
/ ID. tnt I. '. It 111) .
Lot .. .8''_. Ice Lowmm B-H ......... Lot is. Block .. Wliim Pork, York Can "- T.and OTTO !>OM.HA8CH. tin. .'.\ ",. Hill of C..n.tolnt ". t...
Ud Co.. ...... Plot ** t. '... Pht /. ifuo t, ta Ilii City'1nf "I lo( II:. Nth Strut, Now TatCity itch '>< ...._..... A. D.. I.". to i
45. I. tko City of Miami 0...." of XOTICt) OP APPLICATION FOR = Cwiilr ofdo.. furvrhrMo.yM */ I N. Y.. .. tnoiM of the rnProyortloi. pt. tin ."?S. u. Clark -r the CI".... 1
, Dade ..... 01 n_ OIl ..... TAX flKRD tfth ncbrowd ta M.winr.i.( I INo. !of rw 'dL..i.04 +srper.rbs. b ollq. Court lo and for Deft 0.1..1. -.... norM-J
ta Cfftiriool' No ill'* Tk M* -. I Still ,.,,,. TM MOMwiont of Mid hWM a "Mow York MTMI . .. a Dotrot Pi s Cooiloooo
! meat d *>ld property mdn the sin NOTICE: IB TRREBV WVnl Mat roprtr ndrr tk* Mid forfrirat Uam: *iuauti'155 w
I A. V. .. W. lot Strew. Iru'llTHiT'oRDERED M
Cort/rimts Wad was Iethe aam. d HAMMOND REALTY co., Mdrr of k>. kjovod ta tk*. .mod Vnkoow i| rT\M Ikot tMiMor
, Uwkaowa, t ..._ Pro..*. Dbtrt Taw OrUftwM Lot :. BI.A :4. Wtani Pork.Plot .Mow, Yak Clap., Nb T, 4 oU Nttl.oaaebw w V.kil.ko.. MMort forCOIOMOtlM tape
Leo 0..elk. .N: r.- Estate Mikrrd IM44. doted tko lot dorif oVk 14, Pot M. ta the CHy ofMIoKk or tUlo.10 to MtO ur rkttttlo WOOkf Hi tin N.wsol.NLsdorEsta.rW.
Lad c... auk., Plot BOi, rn J.o*. A. D. ltl. bs flkd Mid Otlflcot. CMiitr *f Dodo, Blot of FkwMo. I or intend. In oM to IM followingdewrlbo6.loud. : a s.wtpspw Published.
44. I.' tk* City *f MI.I.I 'Ow.tr of . In ..r ." .... ond kM .>.*. oppllMtlni M nkfw4 ta Ontflmu No.ortr . I.wkl L ...* -.''' FIorMa.
DM. Blot of Plorkta, w MihTMrf for t.. dad to loo** tkfMMtwrdowiw I. The s.e..a.a III aw ..- The Boot UK o< V.t ttoktoo. ... DONE: AND ORDERED .. kii.mi.rwtdo. .
hi CrrtlflMl Nik. ...... TIM MM.MM wHk low. ioN C nHkt. i em- ._ tko Mid Cvnirtr ........ all of UK Nineteen of BEIDLUS . tin ,Its day W Awrnot. A. D. 'f
I of MM nvntr Wader the saw ltro.m the Mlowliw doMrlwd Property. WM ta the MM 01 V.,_ ADDITION .. the Too U Boo o.oo '*". Il
Certificate based woo In the MM W OtMt.d fat Dodo Coiotr. rirWo, took Lot t*. llael to Wlnoo. Pork W. lororolw M tko Pad tkorvtHraroX E. B. tEATHKRklAK.
Unknown, Lot T. Start It, WlMM Prkv oSuk Plat' Bk 14. Pw S>. to too CItY !. Mot Book S ol TOM IS. Clot of tko Cloak ...-.
Lot t. .. IS*. UWTHM blot* *.. Plot Book 14. POM 54. ala *f Mlo..l, CmMr .f Dodo, BUM .0 IS.IIMoowwi of Do* Conotf, CIRCUIT COURT O&ALIn.
r
Lad Co.". Sk, .rid Bean t, Fw Ol_ of ..... Slot rf Plot Mo. Plorto. M MikfMod ta C...'_'. l WI&. W. aTOCEIM
N. Il the Cltr of MIooU CMir The ..o ioinn of oold nuroilr trader No. SMIT. Tko s.as.o.t of Mid Utl-'ow and Tee, BWk Tklr.OM 1Io p+e/ CIorII.'
DO.*. ..... *t nor***. so ojoroo*' 4w oold Cortlflnit wood WM ta Ik* Property owdor the MM OrttnYvt, of BOULEVARD ADDITION .1' e. HAYC'X'I
I. CMlflMt .... ....I. The wooo Mw of I... Vtaotwl.Uitlooi looMd was ta tin MM of U>kiinra.Unlof to Iho T._ ...< HooMMod, .rovedine jI.-p fw ''''otlff. j
meat *f MM PVMry w *ortk.MJdGmtftoot MM Cortlflxtwi okn U ro. MM ConlflroMo. Mall k* r. \I' lk' plot thereof nesd.d M Pkt. IA... to, II saps. t. e. II, I'UI (
imod: :wot; .. the MM +2. ,...... *Mrdlo* W low Ui dood will ,__ MOOTdtar W low tM VW wCIMM 4'F
(Ink** *. bps Ikiiooo o* the ink dor *f O o.Wr. tt.ion M tin ... o"r-at Ocukrr,.1 !
t >tiH*> MM .cminrokM own w w. I A. D. IM4.DoUd f A. D. 144. .:
Armed ***xrdl: t* tow 11 0*.J WIN Ik* Ilk ... W ......... A. DUd this alb dor .of t*.Wnkcr, A< B. Read '
roman there IM 4ltk M* 'of Dow.tor. 144 144 ;I For New of UomtS'tead'<d South Dade
> A. D. I.... K. B, LRATBCIUIAN.Clrrk & R LKATHCBMAM j j
.. 110... tkk> Mk Mir,of | rtomkr, A. P. ClrMtt C...rt.DwOOoomy. 0.1 clot C/.rmk (0.aetr :' THE H031ESTEAD DEADER
; : rtortdh. DM Camp. Fbria. .
ae. ,ec'' ?at'Y j;'gltM 1.71Aftlr. tClANee.Clot i :' ,I ... _' ._ . ICImft Covt BM|) .1"-4\
Ghoul. Cost, sy N.0, snaRETT, Br N. a anwRrrr. D. v.Br4. In Dade County 3 SOc 6 moa. 73e: 1 yr.,1.00,
IDv : :
'' 'I is5Pb q, ls ss, 0t One. e' : < S. lit it. tt. lots *> I0t41 pos.. ,
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? .Iot...-n... _..., JI.4'1iT lRrIP ..."A.,t : -: ...-. Outside Dade County : 1 >rn-ZOO ."

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1 r Ot' ''.r"'M4TM1"' 4Y. s i Date _..:._.IllANK..__._......_.__ -- --r I
rO* TAI Vega Palms Cafe 11 r
It r-, W, IMM : 1111.......a4 Uader +
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Moth b MNM. hn,Met lotto ....... U It. W. Third, (U llemesiead, Fta. a +
to.kkti sad Pad Co. .t
:Whoe'I'.i.I
Ii .I.Idn. w s.tsme.'oM for which please .0111 the Leader
K. nrlooi, nxiiuOT M.tr4rt Tu.nor c- GOLDEN .BROWN FRIED CUICEE113e tuclLed. clef I Trria._ .
sinew Ifsmbwtd 9555. dud w lot T-BOXE RKAK-DOtXU: A WE'tlOWJHM .
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der .8 A. IV 1.a.Imo.. filed > '(OP j .._ months
MM MTtlfloM* I* m, mill.. and hew JEGtLAa mAU a5e I I

yr, eprllootWt f-t tn W4 ae.s NAME ._-. ... -" _' fP.
__ la a.ood..ee "jth .... Sow LOUIS E. COHEN J
: : : foibwlse d. 0. BOX I ;
,; Q"u.; In Dd. Canary. rXOFRIETOE t
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Conl 1Io ... NORTH: FLAG1ER "\'Eo OPT. F.E.C. DEPOT I I CITY ANn TAn ..- ". ; 1 b.f
socks (*, ,. ,ak., Pate Hook *. fu ,
Si. ta jw OMM,. of Coax SMI 01
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lP Para Eteht HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE September IS. :


f aapur: :tsxlar,....r.>...... ct>K i Mrs. Vines said that the Red I the various communities for work) quarters. I Vesper Service Planned
Cross win serve Kup( and other of this magnitude. | Arrangements for letting up
t< i IN AND AROUND I Ii nourishing ,food for adults and Appointments as announced: \)''the canteen were made by Mrs. By Presbyterian Church,y.
will for babies Henry O. Shut.., chairman of volunteer -
provide milk at Mr. Bird are a* follows: Plans are being made by the
STEAD the storm Shelter in case an Shelter-.Chas. O Turner, J. H. special services, and Mrs Homestead Presbyterian Churchy
i f emergency should arise, but she Farrell 0. S. Sjmvons chairman of can [
; Rlckson Edward (Per- for the holding of a vesper
teen of
... ( emphasized that there would be corps tile Dad County
tfttlCM rine), and Wm. J. Geronlmo vie each Sunday !
', "no seven-course dinners"Territory Red Cross chapter! They spent evening front,
; (Continued from Pare Five) of the South Dade disaster Survey-Frank Webb "Walter Thursday In Homestead workingon f o'clock to 8:SO, announce the !,
{ Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Warren I'I'r I committee extends as far Moody W. H. Owens and W. C the project Rev. Bruce A. dimming, paitor <
t I > and sons of Marietta, O, arrived south as Mstecumb, scene of the Rheney. The canteen will be In operation the church:;
4 I Saturday to spend the winter it I wont damage by the tragic 1935 Transportation R. Bird frcfm 7 a. m to 12 midnight The first vesper service win
f I j their home her. hurricane and In the event of Rescue works-Joel J. Robin\very day of the, week. be held on Oct. I. r\

1 Grover Becker of Key w.tl I storm, It will be the Job. of son :I
,1" \ j spent the week-end here. I local unit to see ,that transportation .1 I Food and purchatlng 1.1
\ Roy NeiU of Fort Flew visited'I Is furnished to evacuate residents Harris.
;. relatives her several days last ( of the "upper keys" from Clothing-Paul Leaner I i
i \ week. danger and to take charge of res- Medical officer Dr. J. Archer: TOM AND BILL'S
Mr. Mrs ct* work afterward. Smith.
and H. Garner and I I l
f family of Punta Corda arrived Joel J. Robinson, commanderof Registration and informatlon-
John G. Salley Post of the
last week to spend the winter I Herman Marks. 1
berg. American Legion Homestead, Is Public Information -Ben : ) TAVERNr
t I chairman of the rescue committee. Audit-E. H. Marshall AJ'lh.r'j.
; Oitarlo Carl returned from I He asks that all owners of ,
Boston thla _
k.f' .
{
boats and outboard motors register '
i Pfc. and Mr*. Frank Michalskl them by telephone or otherwise CANTEENContinued Home Cooking; That Brings You BackOur
f'.'r returned this week from Looms, with Wro. J. Geronlmo adjutant .
i ( From Page One) I j
( Chef Was With Folliard'i for Six Years
Ca, where they visited Mn. of the post at Legion Hall Mn Jones Is Mrs. Dunlap, wife )

\. Evers: g w.r'l South Krome ave. The telephone of the commanding officer | SlrlelaSteak. ._"..n" I.S Hamburger Steak .60

number Is 71.Attending The canteen will be taetthP near, T-Bene Steak.. ... '__'- LU Spaghetti. and Heat Balls vMPerlerheWStesk
t i JAMES ARCHES SMITH I I'l1 the meeting with Col. the runways so men 1 :. .. ::11911 Cheese Omelette0
ROSFITAI. NEWS Dunlap were Capt. R. Bartholomew training to fly the,.btgfour-mo- least Chops.. n'_' ,,n',,_. 'IN Ham omelette.t0
I Intelligence and security tored planes can b*served coffee, One-half Chicken__?_ I." Chicken Liver Osoeletto. 41
) A daughter Dora officer, and David Catkin, .Red doughnuts, milk and Iced tea.!, Oae-,..rtli' Chicken.-, .,. Home Baked liar Pie .IS
waa to, Mr. Cross field director at Homestead i While the free refreshments will
: and Mr*. E. A. Buchanan ofHomestead
I, Field. : be available to all service men on Salad French Fries Hot Rells Served With DialectsTOM
on Sept 11. TTiebaby's Committee chairmen were appointed the base, they cry; especially forth
y, weight was eight pound by Co-ordinator Bird trainee fliers The post exchange -
three ounce with the understanding In most where the soldiers may
Muter Sit and Mrs John cases, that they were to select buy refreshments Is' too far re- P. BROOKER, Owner
Fleming .n parents of I seven- whatever other members thejf de- moved from operational activitiesto
pound son born Sept (. Mn.c sired. Survey and shelter committees be available to the fliers during Federal Hwy. at Aveeade Dr. TetephonelUI
: 'I] Fleming was for a while a member were appointed with four their training sessions, and at \

I. : t of the Lesder-Enbirprlie members each, however to Insure night of course the PX Is not
fore a nucleus of key men from open when the men return to.
A seven-pound KM was born to
Mr. and Mn Thomas Hinman of 'II 1'1"' ifill''" 'If'I'['II'" " ["If I[" '" II'If'''''1111'I'If[['I II If If W"llfllrlJr IIJI'I1IJ: illl1li'IIIT''nI1lWTllrnnIITImnmTTrmrrTil1m -
: Kendall on Sept 9.
i Surgical patlenta ibis week are
r Mr*. Alva Crous and J. T. ClInt -
den.
t
Medical patient were Wm. Sot-
i j the of Homestead and Ceo. H.
,
Brown of Rock Harbor


? STORM SET-UP 20 ACRES

(Continued from Fag One)
t meeting and took an active part'
In the plant and preparation toy
meet any hurricane emergency
He laid that personnel of the airfield
other than maintenance fortes -
would be evacuated to higher
round In case of a storm, and
received permission to quarter 6 Acres Bearing Avocado Grove.
t 400 soldiers In Homestead High
School. 200 In Kedland School
and M In the municipal light and f

water plant building. Nine hun . .,
.
dred would be quartered In the e 10 Acres Ploughed Land.
Coliseum at Coral Gable, he aald
,
w :to All of the soldiers would be i
available for any emergency '1
manpower need In the community -
,01 In which they are quartered e 4 AcresWoods Land. \
Civilian seeking shelter more J
t substantial than their normal '"
quarters also will have UM of '
the school buildings.In '.
: I
Homestead and Redand, :, ;; :,
'ftJ,'';' ; ;. .
whit the resident elementary will school be admittedto buildIngs ''f" ,BEST' BUY ON THE " Ile

auditorium and gymiiatlum : '-1'
*. !, "
In Florida City, whites will go ;
t "
to the school building and the MARKET ,

town hall. Negro of both Homestead f ".. '. .. .h. ,.' ,
and Florida City will be
housed In Homestead warehousesof
substantial construction.In ,
Goulds, the colored school

Construction ::. : ,' j
for the negroes of that section
j Flans also Include) use of the Peters 75.00
:
post packing house for this pure $ I J
1
: f.",'
Whit* residents of communities l .. .
between Homestead and ': ;f .. "? f'f'I//' , ,
Goulds will go; to the RedlBBd i '

school In Perrtoe for emergency and.Peters shelter., the ttGlorglo '\1'' ,t :: ; -, ,. ,, ) > j'i :

'. packing house will b* !fI :: : ,
*, : } .
.t J
,
used to shelter negro storm rettigees 1'110'' -'j ' .
'
': and community, .while the building school will house be : . j'l"r :" \.;,';'" >)t'" ':; .' .. "I 0(


available H.the E.Dad to Mongols whit County residents vicechairmanof Red ,Crass' Benjamin j Warren}*Morris "


chapter,,and Trots Beatrice Vines, , '" ,
secutiv director assisted Co- \ '. .
wdfuator Bird In conducting tieorganisation ,. .
meeting of the South 210 SOUTH KRO IE AVENUE. P.O.BQX466ttf ,

Dade disaster relief committee. JI
Mr. Mass..**, who is the purchasing
: MMUv of the Dad County .

<*>.p tr, served directly under
Herbert Hoover tu I

relief to refugaws adrolnlltertll'j '. ., I

,MMssip**" flood of,
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