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 22, 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: VID00665
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
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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I VOL. 33-NO 38 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 22. 19.1-1 PRICE: FIVE CENTS





t, Rig Builders Move In to Start J .









I' Work on Barnes .Sound Oil Well f:,






II Card Sound Span Slated ACTUAL DRILLING TO BEGIN




I For Removal by state lABOpmOMONTnEN '




to Card local Sound anglers Bridge 4* a, mean important ot Homestead to Ask Dade and \ ---1; I GROUND. WORK IS COMPLETED ?'


access to food fishing ground, .U To Deed Cape Sable Road to ; 1u

the tint span scheduled to be AAF Volunteers Help I A rig building crew moved Into

removed ** the remit of the recent I The city of Homestead will ask cd at the next meeting of the In Homestead this week' to
Crop Preparations
adoption by the I 'k
Monroe the'k'
the counties of Dade and Monroeto council preliminary preparation for
County; Commission of a resolution Mr. Bird said that Dade County Soldier from Homestead Amyl
offer'the state deeds to the drilling of teat oil In
a deep well
asking the
state to
, remove all (Continued on Page Eight Air Field, ferrying, division base, ,
r abandoned bridge on the old right of way of the Cape Sable are in some Instances utllltlng: Barnes Sound by the Republic:
Overseas Highway; Conversionof road Oil Co. of Miami.
within their respective their weekly day off in helping
! \ the Card Sound bridge into afishing boundaries and ,petition the state IIAAF SEEKINGCMUANS local farmers prepare for the Th J. Ray McDermott Co. of ;
pier has been advocated road department to reconstructand learned
it
was
coming season "
! by; the Dade county postwar New Orleans win "put In the 10"UOID"
maintain It as a state highway yesterday
of the well which
new
planning committee and If a FOR Cooperative
The Tropical Agriculture
will be reached by 100 feet of
project of the Redland District
This first definite approach to Association of Goulds
roadway built on piling out from
Chamber of Commerce. the problem of obtainingbadly U using some of these men In 1
VITAL WAR JOBSMen
According to J. Frank Roberta, the end of the old Oversea Highway -
needed repairs to the Monroe preparing for potato planting An
I into the shallow waters of
chairman
of the Monroe commjs-
County stretch of the road over association truck pick up volunteer -
sloe. other bridges to be removed which .million of pounds ot fish ,and women residing In! workers at the bas and returns :_the \, "d.- e
.this year by thl ,state road'department are'hauled to country wide. shipping .Homestead and surrounding are them after completion 'Of The, work crew here I I. headed
are two spans'on Key points wa mad by the are needed for Vital Job at (Continued on Page Eight by Cecil Potter, "ho" seeking .
Largo and one at Tavernler Homestead city council Monday Homestead Army Air Field, according both skilled and unskilled labor
I Creek. night, at the suggestion of Preston -' to U William L. Gold, for employment on the project
I : B. Bird of Homestead chairman civilian personnel officer When Interviewed in his quartersat
37 MILLS LEVIEDBY
I Rev. Crantford SpeaksAt of the Dad County commis Fire fighter electricians Carpenters the Seminole Hotel Mr Putter

Rotary' Club Meeting sion. City Attorney Ira C Haycock and common laborers, estimated that it will require
was Instructed to prepare either white pr colored are especially CITY COUNCIL about two. months to complete
Christianity explains the difference resolutions addressed to the respective desired at this time to preparation for beginning actual
in the treatment American county commission and help the Ferrying Division base drilling for oil
prisoners of war get at the hands the state road board to be adopt-I carry on Its Important role In this MONDAY NIGHTA Thedrilling will be done by
of the Japanese and that accorded global war The 2nd Operational' the Republic Oil Co. eC which important
by the United States to lap prisoners Training Unit operates one of the stockholders are Wm. O.
\ the Rev L. B. Crantford DRASTIC PAPER world' largest four-engine tax of 37 mills on each dollar Blanchard of Miami and M. U
did in. a talk to the Homestead schools training pilots and aerial of assessed valuation of all Benedum, famous Pittsburgh
:Rotary Club Wednesday; engineer for Important foreign non-exempt real and personalpropertythe "wildcatter" who ha brought In
"A truly Christian nation has SHORTAGE SEEN; transport mission such a* the I tarn as last fabulous oil field In the United
,a conception of the) value of a Fireball Express, which has beenIn year-was authorized by the States, Mexico, South Americaand
human being, physically and spiritually -SALVAGE URGED operation out of Miami Mnce city council Monday; night, Thir- Romania The Blanchard !
and Its methods Of dealIng last November.Fire ty-two mills was earmarked for lease of 7,000,000 acres of itate.
according to Li debt service and five mills for
with even its enemies are fighters owned land requires that opera.
governed thereby," said hi.I Th \Importance of public cooperation Gold, need not be experienced, general governmental expensesA (Continued on Page Eight)
Mr. Crantford closed his* re- In salvaging waste paper but will be trained cm the Job budget of $$160163 for the
Electrician: and carpenter must fiscal year from Aug 1, 1944,
Continued for
( on Pap Eight) the war effort wa emphasized -
yesterday; by; Geo N. have) worked at these trades through July 31 1941 was adopted GOULDS LABOR
Lions Club Hears Core Wakefleld, counselor of the local A statement of availability will by the council.: : Of this sum,
be required of all civilian employee S,129 was allocated for general
chapter of the Future Farmer of
; Talk I on Constitution America, ,which collect and sell *. government purposes; ,1l1l 14. CAMP REOPENSIn
Person Interested1should get In i
the paper for departmental expenses; 13,225.
Constitution Day wa observed touch with IX Gold telephone for miscellaneous expenses, and
Tuesday evening by the Redland '"The paper shortage I II so acute 350, extension 172. $45,80S for debt service preparation for the winter
District Lions Club, when the Rev. that the Miami Mills, which convert farming season the Gould Labor
Harley Core gave a review of waste paper Into cardboard, Camp will be reopened neat
The Economic Background of the Is on the verge of closing down Local Engineer's Figures Clear Keys week to house field worker from
, Constitution" written by Chas. for lack of supplies," he said,, the Bahamas and Jamaica It..
Seard. Mr. Wakefield delivered a 1,200- Pipe of Blame for Low Water LevelBy estimated that the Homesteadcamp
Mr. Core traced the Influenceon pound load to the mill and urge which I* used to accommodate
the constitution of the economic city resident to place their domestic labor will not be
life of that time, and pre- bundle of paper by their garbage ,. HARRY C. REELTEditor" cubic foot. Forgetting the 04 needed until another two month

dicted that any lasting peace after can for collection by U A. Natal Mr. Reel,. part of it, I.500,000 gallon equals The Could tent city which ;
this war must take into consideration toper on the city truck. ITS who has*lived la Redland for about 2M.000 cubic feet Multiplythat will house 800 workers, was land
economic aspects. I PTA boy win call for paper If by 12 and we get 2.406.000 this summer as temporary accommodations :
to retired
about 2* I
A special program ul planned saved In Sufficient quantities, he eMI engineer years and architectand square feet of water One Inch : for large contingent r
for ladles' night next week. say deep. Now there are 43,960 square of Jamanicans awaiting
&beret.te.t" feet In one acre.: Dividing the transportation to northern farmland
make the eakvUUon be (Continued on Page Four) *.
Goodwill Committee Formed to Work give belew.


I\\k With National Anti-Prejudice Group dry pn spell several that occasion ha been during with the us 40-Pupil Florida City School Will }J. 11 j

y so mud: ) this past spring and summer Merge With Homestead Elementary'
A three-man goodwill committee Loner.Jew, son of Mr. and Mrs. the blame for our low water ,; ,
to farther religious tolerance Max Loaner of Homestead, 'vet- table has been placed on the
and bas been eran at 29 month service: with pumping station that I* pumping The 40-pupil Florida City feet, Florida City grade school
understanding
an armored division in England dally 1,500,000 gallon of water grammar school will be merged pupil will assemble at the school
formed' her*'to work with the Africa and Italy. Paul Loaner Into the steel tube that takes the with the Homestead school, and a building there for transportationto
Miami Round Table, a branch of a brother at Monroe,' Will, serve water to Key: Wet In fact, I had Homestead and at the close of
bur win be put In operation to
th*'National Conference of.Christian a* Monroe' .proxy on the. com entertained torn concern myself the school day they will be returned ,
and Jew*. Inc. Inltt... until a .statement.* quoted tome transport the children back and to the Florida City school f '
Named on the committee ire Organization of the local committee that was so out of reason that forth, Chas. G. Turner chairman building, Mr. Turner said. 1

ft. t. Lynch. Catholic grove,and resulted from I recent address decided: to do some figuring my of the Dade County; Board of I Two teacher Mr*. Carleton
production manager of the Florida to the. Redland District sell So I took up ray slide nil Public Instruction, announced this .Singleton and Mr*. Alta Worley
Urn and Avocado Growers;Carl Lions dub by J. H. Matteaoa of and went at it, and here 1* th week. No definite date ha been teach the Florida City school

Wagner Proteatant, Miami, executive secretary ol reault: set. for the consolidation. I which has pupil In aU six l elementary .
o -II oI :YtpitIoeuo I the:attain*Round TbW; '. :".ThewVr1*74804 gallon in a When'tha merger 'go** Into ef- grade; *. '

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J Plan for the establishment 011 attend the meeting. Plan call for ...,,.;- ::' '.-lI.. : i:' ; .,0:7- : < ';: .;:... -, \
American Red Cross canteen volunteer worker te serve four "
for filer at Homestead Field will hour shift from 7 a. m. to midnight .
be completed at a meeting called each day of the week.
for 2 o'clock this afternoon in the
; USO clubhouse by Mr*. Wm..J Frank Calhoun Jones An Inviting Home Plus
Geronlmo temporary chairman.A
Succumbs to Illness '.
staff of ISO women U neededto {
operate the canteen, and all Frank Calhoun :Tones, St. A. Money-Making.. J ,
interested women are asked UMr Could painter, died Sept. IS In .
Kendall Hospital. Funeral sere Investment
ices: were conducted on Sept IIia'the ,
*. Mary J. Hobart Die* Funeral ,
chapel of the Turner
In Little Rock Hospital! Home by the Rev. L. BCranUord. .

Mr*. JoIIJ'11IM Hobart. 50. died Baptist Church, pastor of of Homestead the First iO acres-18 acres partly In.. :* 0 I

Sept hospital 2 and In i wu Little burled Rock Sept, Ark I, Burial took place la Palm Cemetery grove ((1450 good bearing fruit ,z ',
'
la Naranja. and remainder scarified ..J. "*
.t Clarendon, Ark.. according to trees)
Mr. Jones leave: aedauCb '
word received here br Mr*. Fred ,. '
ten, Mr. Juanita Kennedy and .and, ready for planting; 5 acres ; ,
came
L Pollock. Mr*. Hobart '
here from pUrendon more than Mrs. Irene Martin of PrWcetonMr ; glad garden soil; 7 acreS wood- .,: ...., .
*. LoU HOson and Mimes Ions .
and made her -
twenty ago
year and Anita of GouldMr, *. Lucille land.
horse at 105 N.W Second ave.
< Slade of Miami and Mr ,
Mr*. Hobart leave one son, reelFred : :
Cleo Water of Stateaboxo. GAL: >-
desirable and .Inviting,5K"bedroom
Hobart, who ill serving alradl :Very
..pratef..1&IIIIei with .Um : lvnf Jonce'ot jam Princeton, Robert, Clarence..naCla Jones ..... .. home. Double garage."*: j' .' ..
force In England two
air ;
army of Gould and Frank Jones of f' .
jiater. Mr. Isle Mann of Memphis
o TeM, and Mr*. Huih Bo- .Statesboro; and eight grandchildren ,..Large: concrete-floored barn , -
1 Ia.MOft', *".Jasper Ala; And a ren- ft "' -, '''; .... with rats rooffe dj: Bids; large

brother, Alfred Jefferson of Clar to'Sinjr '. -=- house chicken yardg-
endon. Gospel. Quartet : brooder ;
Mr*. Mann and Mn. oh.nIlOfteame Sunday'for Methodist with 8 portable pullet'houses;
here late lit.May to visit
Mr*. Hobart who had been stricken Special music by the Gospel large concrete-floored hen house
with a lever lllnei Mrs. Ho- Quartet wll .be a feature of the accommodating up to 700 layers;
bart returned to Memphis with I o'clock Synday'evening service
Mr*. Mann and later wa hospitalized of the First Methodist Church 01 .. yards and shelters for 500 ducks.
In Little Rock.WALKER'S Homestead, announce the pastor.
[ Dr. Sidney H. Davin.
The junior choir directed by $22,000
CASE Mrs. Ivan Moser will sing a
selection, .and the congregation For Quick Sale .
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will Join In gospel sl |Jng. Mn .. ;':, ._ ,. ,.
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IS SET TONIGHT W. B. Mill at the organ' and I. I
Mn. J. D. Redd at the piano willaccompany .

FOR J. P. COURT will preach all numbers on "Friendshipthe Dr. Davies -. .ELEANOR .FROSCHERS. ;
Gift of God." o' 4 '

Investigation Into the hooting Sunday morning Dr. Davles !'; :': 11 \
of Walker will talk on "What Do! We R. rcdve . : '. ,.,*. '* "
pa Aug.; Geo.Mutt) : :''-4'1 '25 Flagler'Ave Homestead, Fla. :
From Our Religion 2'
by Mariano Rertatttl win be held .
at I p. m. tonight by Justice of Phone,215-J/ ''!: -l' -,>,::r >*r .
y the .Peace Sid 1. Kendrick. ,
} Walker recently was released Far Prompt I

from Dade County Hospital wherehe t. .. 'Jerr
wa treated for a bullet wound CAB SERVICE I
In the right chest received after a
quarrel between him and Reatantl : : ;. : . .
al reasonable rate ; .i -
: at Sam TomaasTi beer parlorInFlorida
City. Restanti I* out under -
11,000 bond.Presbyterians. Day Phone o_"....u"9jD8: : .


r I to Stress Night Phone .?.... 23? I .. . .

,.t Education in Religion!' ,ROMISTIAD CAB SISVICf ," ''I
Education Week will'
Religious
F. O. Mnaaser, Top '
be observed by the Homestead
Presbyterian Church front Sept. as
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24 to Oct. 1. announce the paste --
the Rev. Bruce A. Gumming not"r I
The week will begin Sunday :t'
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morning with I menage by Mr.
Cummlng on the worth of the
Sunday school, "How Much With
So Little." A family upper fOaU RED LAND BRAND FERTILIZERS
member and friend of the
church will be served at 7 p. m
Friday, and the week will close
Sunday, Oct. 1, with the observance .
of rally day In the ;
s o
school and world wide sund"1 ur ...
ship.ion at 11 o'clock

, .; 1 Consult us about your fertilizer requirements

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Try Us When You NeedA I for the coming year. t ::

Haircut or

Shave Due to go\'ernmenfregulation and short- .'.. <." : :


Retreat _h'__'_____ Ise ages of several materials we will not be able to ... :. ..: , '

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Shampoo rlalal), ..__, Nt make ALL of our regular mixtures. But we will "
Shampoo CI..lea") tit

$we _.__ Tear,,., 1St I
rectal ____ ,___ ,___ sit .: do our best to supply as near as possible what '

Facial P-.ac. ____ fle ; "
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will need. '
Combination FicUL 1ST you .

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--First Lt., Thai. A. Collins, Mr. Md Mrs. M.. D. Jicoeaoi
Lt. If. ton "
Virgil Bailey
4 ,. 1| of Mrs Eva Collins, ha been ap-I visited for several cia,.", *, week
Returns From England polfrtett IssUtanl Hueatl tlal' director ,with their)on,'M>."o-', who to ( .
I' OUR SERVICE MEN AND W at Welch Convalescent Hospital photographer mate third ciao
I I'I I First Lt Virgil H. Bailey arrived In Daytona Beach. at the Jacksonville Naval ,Air +
... In the State Tuesday morning e e e I StaUIII\o Mr*. Jacobsen stoppedover TfJl
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from England where he was In Jacksonville en rout
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Petty Officer and NI'I. Edward: b
I awarded the Dlstlngueshed Flying the birth home from a Dullness trip to New y ,
M. J. Gaddis Air Croat for "extraordinary achieve- Kirby are announcing eleven-ounce: York and Mr. Jacobean met her E
Lt. Supply ment" while serving a* bombar- of a six-pound I there
'I I Liberator.Lt. daughter on Sept. 20 in Ocala, .
dier GD a e
At English Base of \ where Mrs.. Kirby the former
Bailey, ton of Mr. and Mr Miss Theo Vaughn, has been visiting CpL Herbert Turner, USMC son
E. E. Bailey, 1* now In Sigoumeyla : her parent, Mr. and Mr*. (Continued on Page Four)
An Air Transport Command clilon of a railroad with his wife and.alx-week- I ,
W. W. Vaughn. At present Mr
BaM In England.-Iran-ocean office old daughter Elizabeth: Anne CoastGuard
'clfta1"I Kirby I* stationed With the
transport yesterday" vision of the And one of Its Mrs. Bailey I* the former Mill HI
In St Augustine. parents Ala CONDITIONED
future, 11 today1 humdrum reality Lieutenant Mlllard Julia Lucas, daughter of Mr. and are Mr. and Mrs. T. E.
(Continued on Mr Fred Lucas who formerly'' Kirby of Homestead. ROLLER SKATE
This European Division, US e e e mad their home here. leave'' e e e IN COMFORT
AAr Air Transport Command James C. Vann Lt. Bailey has a 1O-d.) Muter Tech. Sgt Robert W.
baa on England' rugged *outhern Tech and will advise his parent of his Gauzens, USMC has been transferred 1.1.*. 14* to II* P. M.Mailesleo ,
coait-part of the worldwide, plan from Cherry Point, N. C. Us, fir to*
ATC chain linking nation In James C. Vena e e e to Mlramar, San Diego, CaL
minute* continent In hour*-I* est lOa 'Of Mr. HardmanShuman; S loe USN. where he I* awaiting: further order Venetiaa 7
celebrating IU tint birthday. Yet Vann of Homestead la pending a leave with his *. 'Mrs. Gauzens and daughter -
already function with the pre, promoted to tech .* mother, Sir*. Brook Waters ol *,'ftOl\ 1' and Donna arrived Skating Rink
base In the Pacific. South AUapattah Garden after here hit week to visit Mrs. Oauten1 ,
Dilly Moffett Observes wa recenty completing boot training at Camp ,tI'oth.r.' Mr*. Ocle Waters, nit SW 171k Are Miaaal
Guinea another Peary, Va. and other, relative
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Second Year Oversea ----- :- -L-
ifc:: Mediterranean i t Atlled,Atf,Forre' . .. ---t-'" 'I
Headquarter*-T-3 Wm. E. (Billy I'\
) Moffett, 101of Mr*. C. H. ,
Lawrence of Homestead, took part ,
In party In Italy on Srpt. 6when ei
: old guard member of ,hi* NOTICE OF, SALE'l'
army aviation' signal[ company
celebrated their[ second annlvenary [ a
of overseas ...rvlce.An '
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old Italian restaurant wa
the scene of a buffet upper and :
dance given by the signalmen, Of Foreclosed Lots ,
their the music.A own. orchestra furnishing : : ; 4

good many "remember ,
When' were heard a* the men I '
recalled when their buffet early upper day In Africa and.I The City of Homestead has foreclosed upon all of the lots here- r r, '

dance about. were something: to dream inafter described and the same will be sold at public auction at the front :

General Commended Carl Spaati by Lieutenant'for door of the County Court House in Miami, Florida, on MONDAY, i\, ;

maintenance lence in signal during operation: the excel-\\ OCTOBER 2, 1944, at 11:00 o'clock A. M. The sale will be to the high- i' '

rican company campaign have: taken, element part In of two the est bidders for cash and Master's Deeds will be delivered to the );

invasions, landing near Oran, Algeria .
Nov. ., 1043, and at Sa- purchasers.The .
lerno, Italy, shortly after D-day ,,1
The unit tailed In September
mi, from New York City on the Ii'
lots
to be sold follows
, Queen Mary, Of the original 179 are as :
officer and men who embarked i
t I 10S remain. Transfers and rotation Lots 1 to 22, inclusive, and 26 to 30, inclusive, in Block .2; '
, account for the oth.ra.I' ::
Landing In Scotland, the outfit Lots 3 4 9 10 17 and 19 in Block ;
' proceeded to the London area to ;
q train for the North African operation -
I A. detachment of M men and r Lots 1, 4, 7 to 10, inclusive, 21 and 24 in Block 5; '

an Algeria officer, on landed D-day at Anew and Itt Beach up, Lots 1 to 4, inclusive, 11 to 26, i inclusive, and 29 to 37, inclusivein
communication for 12th Al
r headquarter at Tataraoul air I Block 7; :
fl ld. Accompanying the USAAF .;"* . '
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vided across communication Africa, the company at AglenConstantino pro-, Lots 1 to 35, inclusive, in Block'' 8; "" :,,]:;


f run na a,telephone Tunisia., Algeria Men exchange! ot and the., radio unit LaM .:., -. Lots 1 ,to 24, inclusive, in Block 9!; . i :iilj I!; .

station station, menage, and a.center code, .room teletype Lots 1 to 29, inclusive, in Block iflj; ,,1'1' ,

Unit pf the company have served --- /r' a.rsow -
In such a* Libya widely and separated Corsica. localities Lots 1 to 87i inclusive l i and 11 ;28, inclusive, in Block 11,

I Activated at MacDill Field
, Florida, In September, 1940 the of PONCE DE LEON SUBDIVISION, according to the plat
I unit I* commanded by Captain
Gerald W. Shiver Lexington thereof recorded in Plat Book 14 at page 79 of the Public "
Texat:
The far-flung'unlt continue communicational to operatethe E Records of Dade County, Florida.

facilities Air Force for Headquarter Mediterranean, Allied under I Blocks 8 'and 9 will be sold subject to an existing Lease to the ,
the command of Lieut. General
Ira C. Eaker.. . 1 1Cpl United States of America for the period of the. present National emer-

Arthur Tracy who K stationed months thereafter.
and six
y
with the army In India, gency

write servant home whom that he he pay ha the an um Indian of I Lot 28 in Block 11 will be sold subject to the State and County

one la the dollar former a month.Betty Mrs.Blake,Tracy and taxes. All of the other lots will be sold free and clear of all taxes.
make her home with her par-
ents, Mr and Mr*. D. P. Blake
of South AUapattah Garden Purchasers are urged to investigate the l location. of the lots and be

present at the sale. "
,For termite exterminationget

In touch with DATED, this 19th. day of September; A. D.. 1944.

D. L. PHILLIPS '
TERMITE CONTROL, 'Ii. E. EDWARDS, t

COMPANY City Clerk.

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Pare Four HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE September 22, 1944


1' HOMeSTEAD LEADER r; :.:!::.S::" _:;.z.z.;: So..E jOur LT. GADDIS I top few on the minute concrete later runway.A the Second. j I I dlnatlonT car and he t4 would the' operation probably bruab otfU!

? AND ENTERPRISE (Continued From Page Three plane, wheeling overhead, find It off ftylj\ t word-"Rouunt" ,
; (1 Homestead, I la.. who at the present , a place on another ruaway One That sounds fair enough V..
.. Fees" tt lilt time 1* air supply officer at i after another they aU settle to in 'the idea of it all really hit*'
1 \ .I Men\ in Service this base Mr*. Caddie, the former the ground. 'I I you. Cracky: Thaj frleght they;
Miss Alta Vann. nuke her Inside the administration buildIng -, unloaded *o carnally this more/
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home In Homestead with below things alive Ins wa wrapped In .
lIP N. Seal Dad* PNiwt.e c..wr. .. ... . .. her par- come up Detroit
enta, Mr and Mr*. J Tom Vann. Medical, Intelligence, traffic officers -Oust :yesterday afternoon. Half a
, \ You get t pretty good Idea of a custom* men, guard, all,I world awayt Those two gent* '
, :. ....arm.....ARM aM=1.41_ (Continued From Page Three) typical day's operation from the butt into action. Around .r'|I who stepped into the plane tow ,
of Mr. and Mr*. Oca W. Turner, control tower atop the administration gathered the pilot and newly i night with an the agitation of a
I'j j .ARVI&some SabaAtatss left yesterday for San Diego, Cat. building If* before dawn rived passenger. In the I man taking a bus to work-theyll
where he has been transferred and a squadron of B-21 1* expected office the cargo Is hauled In I sleep tonight--to wake tomorrowIn
, l .ART tr ITMKLL... ant a.DfCKWIOItttriscntrnow... from Opa tocka la from the United State checked. AU movement a land of mosque and Arabst
i momentarily; methodic Were U little Irl II Yesterday It was an event for '
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T-Sgt Perry Power, who Suddenly lite,..'* a single speck and no excitement the newspaper headline Today >
Is DU. o..tr s IUD i e TM tO..1 trained with the army engineer against a rippling red barton. After a while, one by one, it' an everyday military pro.,
; t a.j:I':. at Camp Claiborne, la, has beentransferred Then there are aU II' tight A Jeep in front of*the I cedurt. >fII
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I e _, ItJei t ST. ..-... "M to active duty In the distant drone come gradually) tion building peel oft The I The >at 12 months ha 1Hft'
f Pacific Mr*. Power, the former louder. Soon, a* finger .f ;yellow comer! are away to a hot break many thousand of plane gild XI
.... Miss Leah Frederick, and their sunlight streak across the fast at the hotel. in here from the flying fields af
10..t r .g 4 aaa gnaw
al..a 'L ItiL N 1M Peet .time ee daughter Candy, are making their sky, the first plan circle the If* just about the same on the I America In the some months Air if
i I .. ."n.rw... "New 010 44 ofsweek home here with Mr*. Power field. It come to a graceful evening shuttle run" to Africa;! Command pilot made
} parent, Mr and Mrs. David A group of pilot gather in the hundred of hope ever the 1600
} Fredrick briefing room. Passenger finish 'mile "shuttle run.. .'
CpL John Barker of Avon Park
I On Early Morning e e visited Mrs. Barker over the their processing in the "Trans I Score of VIP*-Very; Impure ...
( Alt Cadet Ralph W I Don) week-end. lent Office. Then all step Into i tent People.-have poured through .
\ Practice Done, Jr, ha been transferredfrom plane warmed up and waiting here. Like Eisenhower, fitlnuon
'. TyndaU Field, FU, to Carlsbad Pvt Fred Hobart, radio And they're away If a few pair Prince Bernhard, Morgenthau,
opera' '
.. t" \ By AnnieMayhew ritsptUlckTt N. M. tor-gunner who I* stationed In of eye follow plane soaring upwards .i Admiral' King, General Montgomery 1
( >>> Lily Love>}> e General Smut
i I y England, write that he ha met they do so a* casually as ,
1'" What does It matter? I have Pfc. Billy Cave Is home on fur- James Hardy, son of Mr. and Mr*. they would mark a railroad train Critical part, document, emergency a
t dined. lough from Camp Croft, S. C. Pfc. J. B. Hardy, and ROM Reitz, son leaving a depot supplies, captured weapon
'; No, not to I material MM Caves, who. ham' been in service of Mr*. Selma Reltz, who also are It all come off limply. Each I I *, have been flown In-and ,
I But my soul hu feasted on the since April will return to hisstation serving with the army air force, man around the field work easily. .. out to reach their goal in measured ":
I I thing on Sept. 30. In that theatre. Like a graceful outfielder I I hour And It all come off
f I love and I am happr. Hence f pulling down a pop fly. Mention 1 I with the tame tranquil tmooth .
; t The little rhyme to tell the world Graham McElroy, who 1* serving Arnold Wcllwaln, USN, has I "smooth going! or "nice co-or- new. ,7
That I can face the day, for I with the army air forces at been transferred to Norfolk, Va.
.1 Have had the things I tang for Tampa I* spending a furlough from Miami where he had been \
here with his parent, Mr. and stationed since boots I
f most completion Of
I Altho both time and fate deny Mr*. J. T B. McElroy training at Camp: Peary, Va.I

i .f Me all that I would take, maybe,I Arnold was recently. home on
: } I know that I am better fed I one mile square, the amount of I leave and his parents, Mr and Texaco Barbecue:
I When not allowed to late myself i I water used for one year would Mr. Frank L Mcllwain and his .... ;
"t But must eat sparingly In.lead. be supplied by one inch of rainfall sister, Mrs Paul Cox. spent Sun- "
So having had the things my'loul on UI sections of land, day In Miami with him. i MRS. EDWARD D. CARTEE, Mcr.
S Cries out fop I'm contupt, ;.. which is let tJ.Ial.01f1II lp {
J ,, To let the hour drift' on and (38 square mile?). Sam Biondo, A&.T.R.P.ltlidellt
think So it looks a* 1(. we will haveto at Davidson College, N C., is recuperating '
What cornea I* Heaven icnt look to the shortage in our : from an. 'appendectomy Regular..MealsI
rainfall this summer and the improvements ' performed Sept. 1 In Charlotte,
T REELY I in our drainage system N C. Sam, a IOn of Mr. and Mr*. Short Orders
for the low water table that Philip Biondo, went into the army '
(Continued From Pace One) hat been wIth. tia since "early training program after graduationlast : "I SandwichesCold
i quart feat'ol wale by the, number >' last spring, instead of castlpg I May from Homestead High I"
DrinksSPECIALIZING
of frt In an acre, w* let eye at Key West School. ,
55,J acre of water one inch I .
deep. So in one day the pump
l use up the equivalent of one Inch I IN .
of rain on 55.3 acre per day. : '
{ In on year of 385 days it wouldbe IF YOU NE1 D. . CHICKEN AND YELLOW RICE
209000 acre A* there are
640 acres In a ,section of land ,

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uton Oa. 'With a br ther-tn-I Mr. and Mr. R. H. Done have I Pet, and Mr*. Lawrence Sail '
law and liter, Mr and Mrs. A.! sold their home on Redland rd. an spending a furlough in Union u
1 In and Jl.l'oundHomestead O Longworth She' also topped to Mr. and Mr*. Ralph Wainwright -' Springs, N. Y.. with Pvt Sallas ;
over In Jacksonville to see an-, of Miami, and ":0:1 I mother, Mr*. Ethel Sails. Mr*. i
other son Petty Officer Third bought and moved Into the Lawrence Sail I is the former Mum +
Class Wm. F (BID) Dickinson, mer residence of Mn; Ruth! Betty Bailey
who I* training a. radio operator- Scott on N.W. 14th it Mrs. Done Y
it x gunner on a dive bomber at her daughter, Mr. U T lUaiam.and Mn Edward Tomerlin returned $
Cecil Field, but all naval personnel Mn Kissam's children, Barbara 1 Tuesday to Decatur, Ala, where i
it was on hurricane alert and Lou and Karen, will leave she will make her home. temporarily f
restricted to bueu Wednesday foe I stay in Hot I with her parent. Mr and
Dr and Mr. J. A. Smith left Mrs. Robert E.: Aspley of Sprlngt Ark. Mrs Isaac Johnson. Pfc. Tomer ,.
1, Sunday on an extended vacation Franklin. Ky, former resident Mr*. Jimes.Kern and son Herbert I lift, who ha been transferred to x >
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trip. They will visit In Chicago' of Homestead, arrived Wednesday Blessing III. returned Tuesday Mrs. W... Nosier and son. Donald Kern Field Salt Lake City Utah
i with Lt and Mn. Robert Crow I to visit Mr. and Mrs Howard L. from a _th'* vacation spent' have returned from visiting and Mr. Tomerlin had been vl*. .
and other friend and, In Kansas Johnson with relative In Washington, D. I* Lakeland and Wauchula, Fla.. icing Pfc ""'rllD'* parent, Mr,
CSty Mo. with Mn Smith'sbrotherinlaw i C. and Parkenburg W. Va. end Mountain City, Tenn. They I and Mr*. J, T Ibmerlla.
and later, Mt. and I were accompanied home by the
.' Mr*. 3. L. Casper Dr. Smith Mn W. E. Watklni and child Mr*. A. M Anthony will leave senior Mrs. Neeley of Wsuchula
hunting trip la Wyoming,I ren Linda and Wayne, returned Monday to visit relatives U Cincinnati ! who will visit hem viile.
t I amen route Home they will visit list week from Plant City where where she will\ be Joined bdl-:; Wednesday night for t visit 01
relatives In Madison, Fla.. they had been Visiting relative Oct. S by Pvt. Anthony who will, J. w. of Bradenton several month with her brother-
Mr Watkins ,I* on tea duty with have a 11-day furlough from visited Sunday and Monday with I In-law and slater. Mr, and 111,..
w the Merchant Marine Homestead Army Air Field. 1 his brother and clater-in-law Mr'J Fred Goodwin
Hf. and Mr, *. Virgil Lyon an I and Mrs. O. C. Radtord. 1
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.. announcing the adoption of a aon, Miss Elizabeth Peterson has arrived Mia OoaMI Crefinell b visiting ' Mr. and Mrs David Frederic:
,i Ronald Kelly, who was born Au,. from Croc City to visit her her brother and sister-in-law Ulan June Vann, who fa trainIng visited Sunday In Key Weal with
kl. Mrs Lyon and the baby and brother-in-law and sister Mr. Coxswain and Mrs Virgil Cren- al ,a cadet nun at Good their son-in-law and daughter,
t'Mm. Lyon'i niece, Betty Cantley.. and Mr*. Joe Benson Of FlorIda nell In SI Simon's Island, Gt i iCpt. Samaritan Hospital West Palm Mr. and Mn Fred Kufeldt Mn. } s
returned on Thursday of last City Miss Peterson I* a seniorat Beach, spent last week-end herewith Kufeldt and her sister, Mr*. Pw-
.: week from Georgetown, S. C, Homestead High School this and Mr*. Raymond freger her parent, Mr. and Mr*. ry Power, with her Homestead
; where they have been visiting year A sister, Miss Rose Peter are pending a 30-day furlough at James C. Vann On Sunday Candy, returned to
'relative son, returned Saturday from s their home In Youngstown O. they were dinner guest of Mr.! with them. Mr*. Powers'had been i
visit to their parent, the Rev. and 'Mrs. Vanrta '_-in-law and visiting in Key West
:i Mri. Clayton Sedgewlck Cooper I and Mn Noah Peterson of Cross Mr. and Mn Mark WenksUrm daughter, Mr. and 'Mr*. H. L. -
ti "WM discharged Sunday from St: City. of Fort Lauderdale are visitingat Byan.Mn. Mn Elizabeth ruche of Miami
Francis Hospital where the was the homes of Mr and Mn W. was a guest Tuesday of Mn H. K. t
treated for I serious Illness At The district meeting of the L. Chambers and Mr. and Mrs. J:. J. Dyal: has been returned . Foulk.
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w present, Mn Cooper Is livingat20M Presbyterian; Woman Auxiliaryheld Joe HillIard. Mn Wenkstera I*I to her home after a two-
> Prairie ave. In Miami Beach Tuesday rot St. John's Presbyterian a sister of Mr*. Chamber and week stay In James Archer Smith -The Rev. R. E. Hastings, pastor j ;
; end will return about Nov. I to Church in Miami was Mn Hilliard. Hospital (Continued on Page Eight)
., her home on Farm Life rd. attended by the Rev and Mn
Bruce A. A. FDarling
.: Mrs. J. E. MacDonald of Orlando Mrs I.n'BenM'iu ;'1 4' yM' b a it MY

?woo formerly made her homer'wre and Mrs. F. O. Hathaway
was a. guest cl Mr. and ,
9y Mr*. H. B. Seattle several days Miss Bertha NIll Hausman,
; this week. Palm Beach County home dem- t 4nV
onstration agent, will spend the I '
":' D. P. Blake will return early' week-end neve with her parents]
next week to his home In South; Dr and Mr*. Frank Hauaman
' PY- Allapattah Gardens from Con: _
\ cord, Ga, the Blake summer Mrs. S. L. Dickinson returned I
P : ,h me. Mrs Blake and their: late last week from Greenville
'" daughter, Mn Arthur Tracy, willarrive S. C., where she had visited her
early In October. ,. I son, CpL Lamar Dickinson<< Jr.,'
---- I who Is radio operator-aunnerl' A
: 'Miss Annabel Redd left Tues- on a B-2S. En .
diy for McClenny, Fla, where she Dickinson visited a brother and I
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wilt teach this year I sister-in-law, Mr. and Mn Oeo. ,I
C Ferrell, In Atlanta where she
',::. .Mrs. Bl'1noi'tVihlen and son! was joined by a liter, Mn J. JChambltss .
; Richard, have returned from Chl-' of HurUboro, Ala. She
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tractor .
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.'Raxs end Barnes Phone Mt-R Glad boggy with Fraaklr. fa. twnaportaBoa dhufloti b-.ertoa*. Ba.Mm- ,.ft.w3i woib.
':. i' hard robber Urea.
.. tog nloU hardship anal dUcomioni to ell 74 ....... dally kmor the
W. W. Betben Phone SU-RI S h. p. Johnson eoU
'i' beard motor .beat. gnvttr of Ih* travel pteblM to make needles. omtmnBal mph...MP fctt

John W. Campbell. phone tl 1_ John Deere poe r ....... 110M.
late pUnter en rob
ber. So ....... li ft* sued to eauMCTO apses fat Sao whet used torn tog4 ;
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Far Sooth Growers Phone t} Two I-row Menage fa* JMn li ei war. thai riotVh NoSes Ite**) ateg.aer Mb YOU to poi
potato ptal.... -
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Catty A Whitney fbon til 1 r.....) tractor. 1
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Standard Oil ta adding lor tk* convenience of the tamer ......
lad these tryteotime*. Tfcts I* yew ... Call and lave Mrnr
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( 300 GUESTS DANCE TO NAS ORCHESTRA MRS. WEISS ENTERTAINSIN MR. AND MRS. JERRY HICKSON HONORED
tit HONOR OF MRS. BROWN
I r I, AT USO BALL GIVEN BY LEGION GROUP I Mn. Walter Weiss entertained I WITH FAREWELL PARTIES BY ,CHURCH

.n More than three hundred guest I furnished transportation for the Friday at a bridge luncheon in Mr. and Mr*. Jerry Hlckson A. Cummlng. Mr and Mrs. Ray.

ij danced to music of the 13-piece orchestra and for 22 GSO girl honor of Mn. C. G. Browne, who who moved this week to Vermon mood Albright, Mr. and Mn.
r left Saturday morning to Join I Beam Mr. and Mn
q J from Coral Cable who were Whitney Roy
where be
Mr Hlckson will a riding -
Richmond ,Naval Air Station Orchestra
111 chaperoned by Mn. D. D. War- Capt Browne at Romulus Field Bjorkman, Mr, and Mrs. W. W.
at the formal dance sponsored ner and Mn Alta Evan near Detroit. instructor, were guests of Bethea Mr and Mn. X. B.
at the usa clubhouse The Florida Key Orchestra directed Playing were: Mn. t-W. Ernst'taonor at two parties given this Blackburn Mr. and Mr*. J. 'R.
Thursday evening by the American by Sgt. Sherman Edwards Mn. J. R. Brooks Mr*. A. F.I I week at the home ot Mr. and Brook, Mr and Mn. Donald
t Legion Auxiliary Petty Officer played for the dance Tuesday Arthur, Mrs. L. H. Ortathal, Mrs."Mr*. Chat L. Ooley by group Cross, Dr. and Mrs., C. H.. Deab,.
) H. W. William directed the evening which was sponsored by Ovid Sullivan Mrs. Clark and from the Homestead Presbyterian Mr. and Mn. Ceo. DothellMr. .
I musicians who appeared without the Redland P.T.A. Cookie and Mn. Brown. I I Church. Mr. Hlcksoa bal served and Mn. Olin Edwarda. Mr. and
charge a* a courtesy of the station Mn Milton Harris, Mr. and Mn.
punch were served by the hostesses The tint prize) wa won by superintendent of the Sunday
; Mn Ceo. H. Fitzpatrick Mn. Brook; the second, by Mrs'j''a. and Mr*., Hickaon was on Jack; ,Jackson Mr._and Mrs. Chas
} i, Door prizes were won by S-Sgt Mn. Chas Hennlngton\ Mn. C, T Sullivan; and the consolation, by I J the teaching staff Jordan Mr. and Mn. R. R. Kinard '
X. N. Flacker. Pvt. Richard Ger- Turner and Mn Carrie Baxter Mrs. Arthur. I Officer and, teacher of the .Mr. and Mnt W.: R.. Louns- ;
main and Miss Dorothy Watson I Sunday school participated la 'a bury,'Mr..and Mn, 1. Lee Smith, '
",t .f the Girls' Service Organization : wiener roast Monday evening, CaPt. and Mr*. Tho*. Royal. Mr. .
of Coral Cable HOMESTEAD P.TJfc.CHAIRMEN ANNOUNCEDTHIS : when Mr. and Mr*. Hickaon were and 'Mrs. Elmer Sullivan Sgt and
'i'} : Cake with red white and blue Mrs. Mr. Mn. B. X.Vini .
WEEK BY PRESIDE MRS. presented ,with a farewell gift Morey, and
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t! 'king we*,served with oUfee add f- ; : PARMAN I The Paragon Class' ot', which a;:'.raft; >nd ;"ra;/.'"V.!K'r 1l'} Ii:
( fruit punch by the hostesses who Chairman of (committee of the finance, Music and visual I' education Mr. Ooley U teacher, entertained Weiss/Mr. andW tteadley, Mr.
Included: Mn. Wm. J, Geranium Homestead P.TAc wets announced chairmen .have not, been Ml. and Mr*. Hlckson last Might and Mn. J. H. S_. Mr. and!
Mn Ceo. W. Turner, Mn. A. this I week-by the-JJTH-l appointed yet, Mrs Parman''''a ra lawn upper and gave them. Mn. E. A. Roberta, Mr. and Mn |
,W, Hutchinson, Mn. J. A Smith dent, Mn C, J. Parman. aid. parting gift Jet W. Irwin, Mr. and Mr*. Jack 'a
j, :Mr*. Frank Rue, and Mn. AJ:. The list Include: Mr*. John Mn. M. F. White, cafeteria I''a Present Monday were: 'the Rev. Whitney, M.... Mickey Mekkelaon.''
1 j. Paul of the USO Guest were Tower, membership; Mn Howard manager, la assisted by Mrs. Bur- Mr*. Bruce A. Gumming, Mr Mn Ovid Sullivan, Mrs W. A.
i erected by Mr. Rue and Mn L. Johnson, program; Mn ley Dandy, Mrs. Alec Brannon I and Mr Vane Harris, Mr*. M. Martin Mn. V. I. Harris Jr., :
Lawrence Pope, who 1 I. USO registrar B. P. Webb, publicity; Mr. C, E. and Mn. E. T. Seal*. j II I I W. Kent Mr. James Nesbltt, J. I Mn. Ceo. W. Kosel, Jr., Mrs. J.
t and chairman of the junior Elchenberger and Mrs. John R The tint meeting of the Dade M.: Holferty, Joseph W Irwin, F. McCrary. Mn Betty Lou Oatlln .
IrI01tn e.. The refreshment were Craves, cafeteria; Mn. Walter County Council of Parent and, Milt Marlou Harris, Milt Virginia Miss Mary Ann Brown, 'MII -..
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furnished by Mr*. L. P. Kendrick, Weiss 'Cummlng I Mary Bruce I Dorothy Behrens, Misses Beth and
recreation; Mn. Stewart Teachen will,be held at 10:30: a. Gumming
: Mn Mabelle Rue Mn. Frank Springer, P.T.lpublications; m. Wednesday, Sept. 27, In Central -, the honor guest and the host and, Kate Oautler, Miss Vivian John-
: Rue, Mrs. Smith Mrs. Hutchinsonand Mn. H. L. Brandenburg, flp pl- School in Miami, and the hostess |I I son. Miss Virginia Cummlng,
Mn Geronimo. talfty; Mn. J. E. McCJung health; local membership I* urged to: The guest list last night In* Mary Bruce Cummlng, Ailed Pope
.., S-Sgt Dick Flnnstrom, CpL Alton Mn Helen Schmidt, budget andBIRTHDAY attend 1 I eluded, the Rev. and Mn Bruce and Wayne Sherry
Bohannon, Billy Campbell and
; John McLeun were the decor-
: rung committee. NINETY-THIRD OF REBEKAHS !I MISS RHENEY IS HONORED I the Woman' Missionary Societyof .i
WITH. FAREWELL DINNER the First Baptllt..Church.o. '
The Homestead Army Air Field :
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TO BE OBSERVED BY HOMESTEAD LODGEThe MUs Arden
t I r Penman entertained Homestead with a program on
I Tuesday evening at dinner at the "Filth, Hope and Love." .
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION ninety-third anniversaryof vice-grand. Mn J. 1:. MacDonaldof Bamboo Tavern In honor of-Min
., {TOPIC Or CHURCH GROUP thi founding of the Rebekal Orlando, a former member of Vera Rheney, who will be a Mn. Howard L. Johnson directed
..; A program on religious educa- Liberty Rebekah Lodge, wa pres.ent freshman at the University of the program and those takIng -
Lodge will\ be observed by the
tion was presented by Mn C. at this meeting. Mississippi at Oxford. part were Miss Mary France
Den Plummer Thursday Sept. 14 local lodge with a special program Cover were laid for Mine Rutland who talked on the Bap
kt an all-day meeting of the,Wo- next Monday evening. AU Clarice and DorrU Ada Dodson, tilt Training UDlon".t Florida
man's Auxiliary of the Home- members are asked to attend The Calendar Mis Anne Rheney, the honor State College for 'Women In Th,
lead Presbyterian Church In and lahassee, Miss Anne Shacklefordwho
; I guest the hostess
Mn H. B. Beattie
Installed
was ,
talked the
the Sunday school room on work at Stetson
q ., Mn F. G. Hathaway, president, Monday a* left supporter to the Sept. 22-Meeting of Homestead BAPTISTS HOLD SEASON i University, and Mn. T. T.
\ presided, und the Bible study was Home Demonstration Club. OF PRAYER FOR MISSIONS, Bowen who, told of the Baptist
conducted ,by Mr*. Bruce A. Cumtnlng Present were Mr*. Paul Haley Sept Observance of 13rd I The season,of prayer for state I negro school at St. Augustine.Mrs. .
Mn. Russell Trotter was Mrs W. J. McLeod, Mrs. anniversary by Liberty Rebekah I missions wai observed Monday by Cordon Ivey sang a sol*.
appointed chairman of plan for Vane Harris, Mn. C. F. Robinson Lodge.
''N the church fellowship supper toM Mn. J. Lee Smith I Mn, Geo. Sept. 2ft-Meeting' of Jennie
held Friday evening Sept 21 M. Frick, Mrs J, M.: Hotferty, Lobdell Circle with Mrs Robt
Mrs Hathaway and Mn. Troth Mn A. F.Darlln,. Mn'M.*W. McLeroy.
let volunteered to provide cakes Kent. Mn J. R. Brook; Mrs Sept 29-Homestead Presbyterian Jack 11'etk DIXIE DRUG asRieae :
,' lor the USO entertainment Thursday A. f. Arthur; Mn. Jordan, Mrs. Church fellowship upper -
night, Sept. 28. and Mr. Plummer, Mrs. Hathaway, MnCummlng Oct. Meeting of Homestead i'
.h ilathawiy and Mrs. Nellie Torbert and Mn Trotter. Mrs. B. P. W C., In Leader-Enterprise I M and 111INCUI 6 I It
: (were named to serve at the mack Darling and Mn. Hathaway were building IIi

.: Jbar. bOlt...... ? Oct. '-Meetlnr of-- Woman'-- n___. *- Ii
I Club of Homestead
Oct 11-Meeting of Redland, I,
P. T :A. at 8 p..m. # !:
NI Oct. 18-Meeting of Homestead '
( P. T. A. in Neva King Cooper I'I'I
School auditorium.
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: I tv JOINT W. S. C.STUDY 8. CIRCLES SESSION HOLD ;, eves;). cunm( r Ij!

f "Medical Work In Alaska" and 'ff, "'-"'"
"The, Dominican Republic" were CIATONI j
u topic Studied by. Circles One, INCIt LEADS LIQUID MillrilMANIMT I
r Two and Three of the Woman' r ,PSOTRACTORITRIANetes INS I'
Society of Christian Service of WAtMAllI INK +k
the First Methodist Churchof: "* INCN RU1IIIItAIIII Teeters j
J Homestead which met :Tuesday HUM '
afternoon' In the social hall.Ifcking uYti r'!
part on the program r'1
werr Mn. J. D. Redd, Mn E. S.
ties JIUu" \1
Capllnger .nd Mn. H. L. Brown. '" f
After the' business session, Mr. r
(h Sueptesaid TNI11 wAarM1, bill wit" r p
Caplinger conducted a Bible quit,
and Mn. Sam J. Davis conducted RlI'tliil POLYCAPS :.
cream and home made cake were 71 Ceprulef Oneopwletonninsminiinuiitikuly
served.: only $1' ,89 chiUtc<)uirtffiraiilorViisiniMAB .
Present were: Dr. and Mr*. Do (c).C and D Plus NWmmi&
Sidney H. Davies, Mrs. H. L.
Brandenburg, ,Mn. J. B. Hardy, P ESG
Mr*. J. A. Daugherty Mn. S. F. lPTlON
Matthew, Mrs. Dan William, LESSON
.r Art. Anna Carter, Mr; O. I* Sho- -
-r Walter; Mrs L. D. Wyman, Mn.J. e
a A. McNeil, Mrs, C. D. taker, j + 1"- why
Ahfskiary
.,1I Mrs. Martin Frame,. Mr*. Geo. 11anlOllo. mj jp.,1 ie'
I: Mn. Davis, Mr.' Redd r ,!! parie.rs alike.
t Mve
Brown and Mr Capllnger.
in. ..
wi nu pincmmoNs FROM ANY POCTOR
.1 Of YOU OWN CHOOSJNdOT D4AL CONFIDENCE

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oaAO
Dr. Leonard W. Hasking ro preaerip o a

HUtae to .,.' ...-' FNAanAcoy Depsrtatot.CiOlk I!
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.' hmmmmuumm Modella.died at 'the ham*.of W* 011 the ...... lbesa110001 -0-: I t :

sister fa New York City Friday .TTh.. : eto no 34.41.W ., r

night ." with :. 11110"... ="=. I I CLASSIFIED ADVERTI5
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and y.rMa.a..s th..goe .. .1 I"I
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20 Years AgoIllhIiIIIIllHItIiiillhIlllillllllllllllili "Mr and Mr*. Ray GoodJof are ar la'.. e.t..ppwmwmn. ....... saw :

announcing the birth of a sonSept to .. taf, saw dun. \

13. : ." 144.Dome this hit aw wi ..>taai>at. A. II)I RAW flr t .Insertionlines) subsequent Inmtlont8e t

nl l .Mn. Fred Redd entertained the ,C. W. TITERS.Bongoes lint 1
M..tw le Clamantly.
Sodako . Each girl
Club was
IRA 0. MAYOOCK.aoltaHor ,
Homeitead $300,000 water given I a dish towel on which to far Ptalallff '

|sad sewer bond Issue broUChfrICtion \ a embroider her Initials and the (..... I'. II. t*. l44NOTICC FOR RENTS I !

over 89 cent on the dolpa towU, when finished were given f'!

when\ It wa IOld0 J. R. to Miss' Dorothy Tower. . OP APPLICATION FOR BEDROOMS Born :

IxXirranc) of West Palm Beach "Th. marriage of Mill Dorothy TAX DIED privilege' Mr*. T C. '

contract for constructing the' PIW 'UHNOTIC'I J7 N W Fourth *t ( ;
of Homestead Henry
Tower U HEREBY GIVEN that I
star work and aewer ijntemjtfu DuBois of Jupiter Fla, wa Solemnized ELIZABETH HAMMOND ...... ., En I
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let to J. B. McCrary Engl ....... Drainage ntatrfat Tai OrtlflMtau ROOMS and IparUneiiU Rr
. at the home of the Warhead' MM ease. MM, tn. able rates, hot water and
I
Steering Corporation of Miami oa bride parent Dr. and Mri J. 5994. I..M4. HMO. ball, IWM. ,,"a.. I II '
}a bid of $20104351 . ," I I I IM guests I..... IM4. 10011 lease and IM*!. .alft era Palm Hotrl nerds! I 1 tl
About
B. Tower. ..
the lal dar of ,_ A. D. IDII. bon
:'1. Seaman A. Murden of were present. . fund MM. Certificates In av elf.... cad I FOR ;SALE: j
.... BUM atnltaatloa for ku dead .. I 1
taou thereon to anoraaaM with law I II
BaM OrtlfiMtM ... ,lit Mlowtoaaoirrlti4 BEDS, springs, mattresses,
.rrrtr. ......... '. Da** Cover I Ing tablet coca cola Ice !1 I !
t.. FtarlM, lowrttLoU I
GLADE & GROVE SUPPLY CO. *. limit I. wines Pert Hoover vacuum cleaner, 'i
Plat Book It. Po>* M.. to tka Connor electric lain, -pressure
of DM. awn of ,........ M ....
brooms ta OirUfUat N. .... ',.... tCa4, 549-W. I
FUNCKTON FLORIDA
aonimial af new rrooortr ao Vr the
Tefeph M M.-J.l r. 0.. 9n IN l .... CwMfkau taaaofi WM to, tk* ONE"'COW.: JWn'S bel' I
af T. L Wknoa.
MM
Lot I. Plod 0. Wtoou Park. pigs trjJirt mo. George Q I ; : i
Book 14. PM 44. I. IM Cmatr af ,Vef. "ore to. <(< ;
DoX State of ".,....,. a* *a>....... I
JUST ARRIVED to Celt"...* .... MM. The Miai. WIM- MUSCOVY baby J2111)f'I '
stash of aM Property Wader the MMOrrtMbat a

New'Cn, .Abbott and Cobb Improved LlkkrLot tan. >< WM to tk* aaaM atferal JOc vtr Palm each. tbtiweeit McElroy Grove ;

Tomato' Seed I sad. *. OIL t. Wtaaaa .....
Plat Book II. ...*. M. .. tk. c-." *w and Ilromu 7th. ( ;
.* Dade Plat of PtorMa M fm.kraoot 1
to Contfkmt .... MM The II ACRES well afarl/led and 1
.. ON THE WAY! BojaojaiiM of all. aroprt aaaar the
MM. CortlflMto, ...... WM to the ocado planted laqjl near U

New Crop F. H. Woodruff Mountain MM ., ..... P. hll_ and Homestead $1000 :
Lot I*. Blork. t. Wlaoaa Park I
Grown Bean Seed Plat. Ikr* K. Pan 44. to .... Cou." Eleanor rroKher, 23 S. I
of BMX ..... of rVrhto M *m.kraor ave., Home>tead. Phone
to .,.,..n'.... .... *M. Th.o.a.mrst *
New Crop F. II. Woodruff Genuine 1 .w 1n7nrb Wd.r : ($
Ik* MM CofMflrau h..... WM to tile
True Type Copenhagen Market nan of J. Goofroa, Hw>oo4. RARE AND UNUSUAL tree
N H Lot II. slows II, Wlaoaa Tark.
Cabbage Seed Plat rtaok 14. Pan 41. In the C'..nty.f plant Landacaflcg and "

Dada. State i4 PWMa.. M .." plant n,. Sunny Grove o1
booms to Cntlfkat Mo. MM Tk erle palm
Ave. 2 miles
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ara"wwt 0 f MM _rtr .aoW Ik.MM 1
service I loaM but we know Hand
Our *
CortWMt Word WM ta tkaMm of Florida City. Phone & ai

are trying constantly to Improve It. of Kranall I BomLot (
..
II Starlit 11 Wi. .. Park
Plat B"ok 14. Pan *4. la the Count ,
eI D4o. flaw of Florida, aa nofcraroa : i \ PERSONAL '
.. .,.,..,..... No MX**'. TIt :
- aaMMioal at aaM aroMrt. ...... tka -
..... CortKlrat ...aH WM /. 4h* \ IF YOU want to get
KOTICI Or APP( ICATION FOR" mont of MU ro.Mf r giulnr Ik. MM Wanes of Wai II. ........ write Box 31, Vancouver,
TAX DEED I I I OrtlNrate brood wi to tkt MM of Lot 14. Blork It Wlnoaa Park, !
File .I4I l V.k.... Book ,14. Pan 4. In tk. C'un/
NOTICE 1* HEREBY GIVEN that ViibM. ..M Corllflntt ...11 M 100.Plan" Daoo stow M PI ..... n mkraord .
HAMMOND REALTY CO. balder. '"t E:.. I trrrnri uvordlii to law Ui W4 vllltail ta feMUfeat Na. lOOOf. Tom
;'i.t U 400 Drainage Dblrt-l Tu Cvtlfl' Meson <>. the Ittk ow. of Orto.Wr _aiiat of Mid P..-**'" aad.r .
<:.>.. Numbered 10044 data th* lit day A. D. 144. tile MM Certificate owned WM to
r.ol June. A. D. 1141. ku file MM Can ItaM. this ttk Ur of (wtraikor. A. B. tk. aaai* of H. C Coaiotoii
11fkr. l I. mr Tfln. gone liu made ." I.... '' Lot 1- Blork M. Wlnoaa Park Plot and
| ratio for u< dad to her thorn I* & B. LEATHrKMAN ; .Rook 14 Pan 04. IK .... OoMt of GRAPEFRUIT
.. WM* w-ll1 .ta*. 8.ld Certificate rin.th. Cloth Clm.lt Court. Dado. .taa of Florida M oa.krar**'
May, following wKTltwd proporty. DM Co..lr. riorM. to OrHftaawNo.. IMI*. The awwa-
F\t )MMI In Vwl Count. riorUo" oHl Ie.....' Court Pail|) met *t MM iMitty .... long aaHCortirbato GROWERS ,
Lot 7. Black 14. WlBoni Pork a ''tr.'J7 TERMTr, O. 'L. bound WM I. Ik* aoir if
J ltd, Plat Book 14, Page 44,: ta (Bent, I. II. Oct. t, 1944)iN ]Mary E. It......... .
a IM Coaaty af Dada, Itat ofTM .,........ Lra tt M U. Blotk ... WlaooaPar TV'e pick pack and ell fruit.
\ aaaHoawat *f MM pies vtr vadrri TF8 CIRCUIT COURT or TEE *, Mat Ronk 14 Pan *4. ta Ik* your
i fW MM CarUftaat real WM la la* RLIVINTN': Jl'nil"IAL CIRCUIT Cowit at Dade Ital at PtarMa, Maaikraoodla
MM af Jobs VlMMjt.Untoaj or 'LOIIOA. 'N AND FOR PADRCOUNTY. c.rtI,...... .... IQOta.dor We do not buy it.
MM OrtlflMUa Jail k* r*. The Someone" of mm ...
'-" ..-... to tow, MI doM wool Is Co"t-n. If.. '_ l tk* new Comffcot. l::= toIk "'
} brae thrones .. Ik* lltk day at Orta. PORECLOKI ,,r T4.X BALtCERTIFICATE aaaM af Levis Pavrata.Lola '
jkaj, A. I a .. Bead ....Wlaoaa Park Sher Palm Fruit Growers' Assn.Growerowned
ISalal :d.j$4:: ar of t"......... A. D. > CITY OP BOMKSTEAO a ajmlr.jrwta .... Phi Book 14. Pan a._too Ik* C JM4, rttk.ltob.ar "....... eI ...... 5ta5. eI ....... w -
K. B. UATHERMAN to Cortlffcvt Ho. ...... The I non-preM CO-OPEHATIVC:
,
. ., Clerk Cnrndt-CMrl, va. .w.-Meat of MM. Present maser Ik*.
IIo dr Canty rtorMa." luCRARY PROPEKTIEB. IM&, a ..... MM Canmoato owned WM ..tN
" ($ ...1t Court seal) moral. Florida *"*"*".... ... Oman of PabMf W. HohMkLot Tk.... Meow l. m the seaboard Railway In RedUMI

.T -* By N. a. aTERHETT D..4< 110I_.... .. Btark tt. WtoM Part I .
'JS1 *. Clot, *. "..) NOTICE OP MASTER" ALB Post Book 14 Pan N.. ta tk* Connor 515th ef nra .cv Drive
r: ii1? __ ta kmky arm that tk* (adonknod. ot ...... Mew of ,......... M ow.
l' HOTIC OP APPLICATION pOI M IpwInI Martar aador ,ad Ire.M. Ortlftaato .. ,-. Th. \
< I TAX DINED ky trtM of One Flow. Damon ot F... rl..a..o.t .f aid. property ..411 tw Phone ?2S2-J-3 W. M. Crow Mt .
9< Pita MUSJJ ....., k i.lafo. *ator>d to tot inlilaa sew CortMMto ....... WM to The :
NOTICE I* HEREBY; and. .. ......... .., Ik.. Ch oil Oar eI some eI C. P a CanllM. BekHoaa
'i{Hfttalbrtk .R. ... WUtar c.rJ' : :. .. Ik* Ekwatk Jadtdal ClmH af Ptariaa.la Lata 1-t Btark 14. Wtooaa Park.Ptat I .
"1 City af Miami. Tax Ce rtllaw 11._ now. for Dada CouMy to CaaaoaryCky Book 14. Pan 44. to tk* t>wto .
..... 116U.doors tile P1 d114 J' I.... hug Choosers, moa M. ...... In .1041 of Doria. Haw of Ptorttta. aa .,4- i Oflcs 'MPrt Y1 '
D. 1149. __ n..I Mid C.tUls4 .. at RnarrtrMl, a uatrlaal impaiaHoa ......... to (Aft_.* N. IMW Tk O. CATIOP7 IM dtk d>. of sf1... now sign -sods ........u. for of Ik* state at rbrld. .. UlKMf. 01- Ik* POI 9u .tCD Ub Blob aar ..t.A....... A. D. 9
son sod Ie In" Th..s to amordames lad ...c..., P_... lac, I dtomNidf MM. Cet11...... tamd WM ta the i i tn'A-';. 1 (IMI jt' I .
with 1r sow" C.rt/float./ lorM rarporatloa at . are drfndamaI aaaw of 4. A. Llado v. > ruA wit > E. I. LIATHFKMANCbrk .
1onelne'.d.aerIMd = In M apoiI MaMor .. Caaaiary aaaolal. Lot 1*. Blork H. Wlaaa rark I NOTICE I* HEREBY. LIVEN. slim at Commit Court.
Ali Prop.rii.
...... a Els's ) k itk U I'm.awnaaa .
h40 C- FloildV"li-wHl rd kr the Court la MM aador Plat Web 14. Pan M to the Cams Cad ox Dada Co.01,. Florida.ICIrwH .
.11. Lot g" Block It. WI_. Park and kr ... at the tmM .IknM will ofled... *tat* af PlarMa. .. -wkrand ...'- *f T.." f V rtk atk Cart MIa !
,!. Plot 300th 14. Pan *4. I. the City iffor fMl* and aril at .aalta atrtOTf In Cmrflrat No. I..... T*. .ail Tom CarUftaaw Pa M* Iwrd tkrttk > l... J,., D C.
af ...... at Dada, But oft \ to Ik* bighorn and aoat _..... for auk at onatot MM aiimna ao.l'l tae dart* Jo*. A. D. It". Mot .nMaMW (aVpt t. .. II SI. I*. M4| .
County -
. 1'IoridL the _.. fnal door ot the Court MoaMof MM OrtVirato herd was H tk. j I| to tr *fr... and two m .. .,.:(. t M
Tka aiammint af MM proMrty undw PM* Co .ty. I. the City .* MiamiPlorUi. ofFn.uk a OttriiPo ,; 1M sold 1110.. to .. *a the tad day ot Ortoan.. A D.I POi: I. alai. tt Women Park Said trvVaaat. mkn-oi IS* TAI UKFnjpa 'J!
C.titimts WM
114. krtwrra IM Mar* af otam.*'riort ; M. to the C..... I _. to IN OnnDF at Dada N.. ..IMxortrr
gamm at Uehaews.Usiw I K Pan 002
''A. M. a-rkvk P M, Now MMMai prod \ ..... I
dull bede"m.d and two ; Mov ot rorMo M I m 111:119.r'YDf that
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l\ ; M OvnlflnU law In heed win a tort .... M. .... the ban' Wrand. la Onlf'-atr K IIMM. Tswa..aat :. 1 Boom:.m.. U BVk I. nrlffla. IUXAPETH HAKMOND koldw M M.n .
Wnrdlni la ol OtlvWr th. ....1 km of Mta. the fallowing) ot iM. w"""tr sad T tMd J I I *,*., Pi-*.... Plot r ok a .< t of tin *t M tail Ta irlWtaatMMtacUnd
., Im, A tlm. m a* the lltk door dMrrfhrd ai unri tf HwJU.* to Dodo cow"Lor.PLUM. OHiai-aar ........ wo. .a tk* .... 'J#V hi _... M, T-w-.h tt Staff. M" and .....,. dotodk
D. IMI 1
of ptraiktr, A. D1M4 .. ta>wftLot. of "......* M. ...-r. I..Ktk, $.*. If bt to Ik. Ootiatr af *lt> dl< of l . held, pita. Ott. day Oo* ro Twaty.4wa. Inoi......, pre L t .. 8441 I. W..".l* Pa! Rim luu at "......... j Hind Mid CMIfkau l. air 011...... andkM
and Twraty.li lo TMrrr. tol-.hra, CVnt -- PV I Tow snow oi+it of Mid, n arrt uraWt I ia4a anallMllioj, for tol done Utaxio
r t R. ttATHFRMAM Court, In Blork Two Lla. Thr. FvnH U Pan FfcVdn t. H fM o-ofcm-H 4'... ..r x'd r-f"l-.w WM la Ik* ... afCola I IMMMI la avanhuM with tow.
Clerk Ctiwult state of M
I Will, Ts ad Nlnw.at .. ( L'll.. M. 1w f Bad Ortrffcalal, aaibrar OH Mtawlduirriprd ..
e..w'-.e
TIlt o '!
C ,. Flwldda.w II.. WM' :
Dad. ant ttrirM
ash TIt..*, Lau OM Four the ...* ;..HffV.'. .>>.t| .. ra. ..*.*"<... Situates! ta Dad
i CClteulI Cott MIt a rTERRETT. L It to '1'... ......... Twnto.r.- MM MM. taawd pros"t.,6w wa* to Ik* aw c.tf'I I door-4 a..0.. ad Ia-. W. ..P..so mylerb.d j Ocamw. ,........ k..w..i
: u.'tr. .4 T..ab faor to BWk Pta'.1 tots I.of eta 1.... 'a Pow4 0. Wlwnaa Park.
IIop\ .. II. Oct. 4' 114)NOTir ,_ twt.Iw1, Elsa sets ...... Cr.Uw1ws I I c"1 I
far I* to hydra kddrr rt th. Bonk Fan 44. K IM CM*
Twar.hc ... ,. .. Twdw..yPlymTbI.tyrwl. low Certll1on. .hen be n m tu rrK Mmv la tt.. a.-tk d M Flay..-. Mew 14. at Pad* *WM .wPtarlda <
Ot APP' "'ATION FOR Lt1.d... In "4.i a-- donrwd awarding to low h. d-.d oil tk
fUTMaaor. IMI whfck ta dtk does I .mkird la CfrUflmt.
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TAX: run .. Ut k day. 'I0 -
r : Leon Oa* to Thtrtrdlw. hr,. tang tMew..a tile .w.M,. 1914. Ma, 1117100 a* modsmite
File HIM e ..... 4.ta.k n Mi left OM toTwntrtour krr A.. D. IMC Data* thin It nay of A-. 144. I tk '* ITMttlMMtarw '
NOTICE I* HFREBY GIVEN IM h ERNEST M LAN1EB. M4OT M .miff- I ir ..... One *.. T.'itl- 'i.. la l'i>.. '***, CVk 01 Clrr-n Oars .>d> wn N. ....... If. Wh -.ia Pr.. dp
r( City W Miami Tax Crtlfl-W H liters T.., Lot On to 1tIr.... K. 3. t.I\TIIF-tt.. .. D4d- CrFt.el.. ... ... H the CAad .
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Numbered *2I<*. IUM .M IIUI, *>U Ir'.da, .. tJ M Ttr 1" j ow' N. e TMIRETT D. 0. eI Yb". '
'} tho tM ..., of J.n.. A. D. IM kMhnt 01001./ .. to Phrk Efeooa a* ..._ Dad CtraW, FVaUa.cire.il ""-40-.M that ail at._I. Ca'rs'4.134. .to. e.-Oft' .fe.. tbat. ,
ltd new Cwdfirsta I. 5.r 61149. ad : fa .... .__ of PONCE DC ( ors a.N) 15d.. L .. 16. n ,..''I w er 1"M V"N-
tl mods exploration tee tag 4.-d M' LEON aMprrlla* lo tko aM ,.....>fto 11 N. t ITDUT'I' ? c. seen. T-.aat-.t,.... %..... boxes t
UMMm hi --"- .11Cortlflaw ..... .00..44 PM Hook 14 at Pan n 4rt. "I" U. 0 Ort. 4, lt<.! - .A. Iwo 1
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l..id- e.brrs the talb.les limn.no.tt FOR L J ,drwrhepe.plrty./ .It...... M lIMe TAX: MFf Los ... slab. iA Wlawia Par
.... *'. HI 'M.4JMr
County. state of rt..Ide ...wIt tL.4 F wile inTi PVI n t. Per
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0, wit. Low,"." Eft Nadi ta b1w1'.4.-. oatweed itfe..w. <,."n<>t t.,..- P-d. M.'. *
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\ taad Co.. PsL. Bo* t. r- ._ 0.134''at. tw.re14s 045.44 M

; 4*....to. 1t the,..c': .d F1'N40 MlMtl., at O".5.b"+'V d Palms Cafe : =-,tb,, ;.. ;:::'F..: A n1. terl r.......p.--::!''.-I -W.....t-.r4r.-.' .",.;n M"4 a.

r -. 04 0-0- I, a-- ,-. .< ..* at -.r-' of 11410"; .
to OrrHf..... Mil I I t, Tk awoMM .bow food M o
af MM. nwnrrt .*Ago,>.. *.'// "A Mr ..... .-....- f..r 1.1 1ee4M ... r r.-' .'. .It bo r-
I I. the. sari III Now Ar.1." '.0 ...... .. ." I Ls '. -
Cnlfha IOWA
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f; \! WM GOI.DEX:' BBOWt FRIED CHICKCXS ISO rIfIooe. ........-.. " I .... '.. .-., U .
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in tN c II' M'ua.S." Co-r. $SO too "k I.d. .t
", ))Mo. ...... ;, TI ...... .. _!, .. .. : r.tGtI.AS MEALS T rtn to'., .... .o h.. .7 Nay ,} Itty L O L' 4TeMIiMAf1r4. -
ha. cwn..... P ....... "., ... , A, T"I r i Cow t
'i <># .w ,.. .. "M', .,. "TH LOUIS E. COHEN I r ., '. 1.. (7.-ty t P.A.. puts I !,, !.r- ,rte rta j
." two ... in the roe TIt .' .. ..... Ie .:l 'J" Sii.:, '. ,
= rRorucroK Ttoow.t .' -V1 'r ,O"r now *, 1's rWTUK .
Va .- ,....... 1 OPT fXC CEPOT: i w OIP .. .. I. '.. ia.>t. > I5 a, *. '. 't.. '
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i 44 "c d4 ;::,..r.'tr-r; l aHU k> _--ol -llOwikr : :\0. THE, W.\:NTAD5r ;

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Pare Eirtt HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISESeptember 122. 1044 '"

( UU! I 1.-..... corporal: the Canary Patrol, wJtIaS.lv
| First Baptist Church Will Install 1 1I
Homestead Girl Scouts May Hearn a* leader ant:
11.} IN AND AROUND Joyce Enni a* corporal; the'Cat'
I Officers at Special Service SundaySunday I II By JENNT LOU DAVIS l Patrol' with Reanie Mark\ a*
1 HOMESTEAD .---..-NNMMMM.NM leader: and Radian Pueblo a* '
; \ I school promotion day
and Installation of officer of I W* hope to have a swimming corporal, and the Duck Patrol
r u.n[ ..ubdU I church Sunday school, and trainIng RIG BUILDERS class: *o all the scout can learn with Joyce Morgan a* leader and: "j

. (Continued from Pig* Five) union, will be observed at a (Continued from page One) to awim. Shirley: Greer aa corporal.
.,' \, x of the Homestead Church of God pedal 11 o'clock service Sunday lions be begun by Oct. 1. I I Four nOw patrol were organized Rebecca Brown served refreshment
will return Saturday from Vl- morning at the First Baptist
' Mr. Blanchard ha* played an Tuesday the Angel Patrol, *.
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dotta, Ci., where bt
was sung Church of Homestead.
Important In Florida oil history
part ..
Th next meeting will be Sept. ,
1', director for evangelistic service I with. Jenny Lou Davis a* leader
Officers who will be Installed since 1(30 when obtained
l i Mn. T. C. Seifert spent the are: a lease of 1200.000 acre of ub-I and Mary Lou Musaelwhlie aa 21. ,.:
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> week-end In Miami with her Church treasurer, R. J:. Edwards merged land from Miami to Key I
.: \ daughter, Mn Lena Bccbdol ; assistant treasurer, W. T. West and across to Cap Sable
Mill Nina Pearl Bush of Miami McConnell, church clerk, 14.... Mr. Blanchard and his associatesIn
< \ spent Tuesday her with herr J. Tom Vann; assistant clerk, Mrs. 1943 begin sinking a well 10
parent, Mr and Mn. W Y. Bush. Millard Oaddis;planlst, Mr*. M. C mile west of the Richmond Naval TOMAND! BILL'S 1
f ; t Kr and Mn. Lloyd Witt and Lawrence. Air Station which now Iii /
down to 700 feet, and have a wellon
. : daughter, Amelia
Hope, returned Sunday school-general superintendent
: Friday from Columbia Tenn.. to M.... J. L. Kulp; assistant the Tamlaml Trail down now TAVERNHome 4
r j spend the winter here.Mrs. superintendent, T. C. to 10,284 feetCAPE

',{ Mtttl Crawford has returned Shackleford, adult and young
4 from a vacation spent people' superintendent, Mn,Mll SABLE ROAD
1{ with, relative In Atlanta, Savannah lard Caddis; intermediate super Cooking That Brings You Back
Dublin and Metter, Ga. intendent Mrs W. T McConnell; (Continued from Page On)
(Our Chef Was With Folliard'l for Six Years),
Junior superintendent, Mr*. Cha
f r Mr*. Harvey Newton of Miami I recently pent $30000 to repair
: and Mn J. H. Newton of Florid O Robertson; primary superintendent and resurface it* portion of ,the Sirloin 8teak.___.. ._____ LUHaanbwger Steak_ ._ - .11 ..
o ; .' City were guest Sunday of, Mn 3'R. Doney; beginners I Cape Sable road. Monroe County T-Bon SteaL_.____ ._ LIIS.betti and Meat Ball ,es
I Mr. and Mn J. D. Wysong. superintendent Mill Mary has evidently been unable) to repair r HerbcBc Steak-.-_. tMCbeea* Omelette. - .I,
" Mr and Mn. Paul Pulleo returned Moon; cradle roll and nursery the road within its boundaries Lamb C ess-.._...,......._.._ Milan Omelette______ M
Saturday from Grove, Mn Gordon. Ivey, Mrs. J:. Sher- and Dade County baa no legal o.e-_.. CWeken_..__- MOCkieke liver Omelette. JS
t bird, It,' J:. Sherard
Mrs ; extension right to repair road not with.
t Okla.. where they were caned bj any one-toeatk ChlekeJuLL .7SHeM Baked Lone IN JS
department, Mr. F. N. Ir-
in ;eta limit In the meantimethe
the .
fllB*** of Mr* Pullen'i! mother
Mr*. L. Koffman. in win, Mr*. Cha*. Martin; secretaryand Monroe section of the road 1* Salad French fries Hot Rolls Serve With Dtaaen
treasurer, W, T. McConnelL fast becoming Impasaabl, with
, Grove, Mr. and Mr*. Pullra were a
guests of Mr*. Pullra'i liter Training union-director, Mrs. newly developed industry that
Mr*. Luna VUea A. J:. Paul; Intermediate loader, furnishes thousands with food depending
The Rev. and Mn 'C E. John- I Mrs. Virgil Lott; Junior leader, on It. The simplest solution TOM P. BROOKER Owner
l t eon and their two-year-eld grand 'Mrs. J. L. Kulp; story hour, Mrs. the Dad Commission chair- Ihrr.t "Avc4 Dr. TelephoneHM
.. ? daughter Doris Mart Goforth, Millard Gaddl; secretary Min man Mid 1* to have the Cape Federal :
arrived recenty from Decatur Barbara Jean Smith; chorister, Sable road made a state highway,
i if. A*.. to spend the winter here Mill Ruth Rutland, pianist John: with repair and maintenance I
': They are making their homo on R. Pope, Jr. vested in the state. ,
N.W. Seventh ave.FLORIDA. ---- ,, ,
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CITY .
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t By Warren Severy ... .. ... ;'
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, I )f.... Robert Yrana and Mill
,{ Charlotte Geronlmo are now employed -

.{. ,: In Miami.at Pan They American spent the Airline weekend -

.: her. with Mia Geronlmo'i Cor. 20 Acreswith
ronlmo parent,, Mr. and Mn Wra. J. Ge-

I" Mr. and Mn W. Kester and
family of North Carolina arrived -
fit; this week for the winter
Mr and Mn Fritz Schroederand
daughter, Helen, returned
from Hob Sound lilt week after 1330 Fruit Treesin
, a two-week visit with Mr. andMn
I J. T. Arnold
Mia Mary Becker of Miami
visited her mother, Mrs Chart
Becker, Sunday,
Miss Mildred Sever wa Confined -
A-l condition and
' to her home last week because -
of an injured leg
t) Mr*. Lloyd Delta wa ill last

week. ,
Under Whitehead of New : .
Smyrna was a Sunday guest of

Mr. and Mn.; L J Walkup. laden with fruit ; " ;

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JAMES AKCHZ1 SMITH ;.In' '." .' _
{ HOSPITAL NEWS
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Mr. and Mr*. J. L. lyre of ," ,
Redland Center are parent of anahtpound 727 GRAPEFRUIT TREES
.\ three-ounce ion born
r Sept.Boapltal 17 In James Archer Smith 164 PERSIAN LIME TREES i


Mr Medical*. Alva patient Devil this ot Homestead week were 437 IDEM OR LIME TREES t;

Chaa. Graham of Gould and Edwin '
M. Norton of Peter. 0 2 ORANGE TREES ;
Dr. Dal. J. Davis of Miami ,
J wa a surgical patient .

HAAP VOLUNTEERSContinued .;
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( From Pig One) :" '

the Army days regulation work. permit aold- : $10,000Onethird }

len to work in agriculture In their :
free Urn, according to Lt. J. M ;
Reed, bale public relation officer ,

1 "" help LIlt harvest year soldiers local<<: crop volunteered for which to Cash Balance One and Two Years ,

th* labor supply wu Insufficient
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REV. CRANTFORDContinued

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( from Page On)
aatk* by: suggesting that civic ,
'orsjaeiiaUons! pack go-to-church Bel,1jaminWatten 'Morris
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movement to foster a resurgence
tat spiritual well-being ,in the

MMMinlty.Li Irvine. Leaner, a recent 210 SOUTH KROME, P. O. BOX 4G6
"Ir.9 lie of th* Louisiana State
h School of Medicine, 4
guest of bill fat sr. Mo
e meetings .
Je4 It*! tint ,full
many month.
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