Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00668
 Material Information
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: October 13, 1944
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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: VID00668
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
lccn - sn 95047482
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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:':; Lytiliiiftected PresidentJohn SOLVING SUPPLY PROBLEMS 1.1;

'c', ., -of Lynch the WM Redland elected District president New A" Book, Valid Nov. 9, Must Be INAIieaOBESTRATEGYTo f

,, Chambea of Commerce by itt Applied for Now, Says Ration Board'The :
board of director following theannual Every: man flying a four-engine

membership meeting held following instructions for and address on it Be SUN ;your Hold Memorial RItes transport plane o. any of the U.

Monday; night In the council securing the new "A* gasoline correct address la on the applica- Sunday I>r U.Joe Piche S. Army's Air Transport Com

'., chamber of the city hall. ration book which become valid tion as the new book will be mand routes.Is a graduate of the i
;,.* Nov. 0 are given by the local ration mailed." Memorial services for U. Joseph Homestead Air Field
Roy; Chandler, retiring president board: Lyndon Pkhe pilot who lost Army OTU

who declined persistent ef- "Go to' service station his life IB France on July IT, will "the West Point of the ATC", U
forts of UM directors to re-elect your or be held at I o'clock SundaytM- was revealed here this week
ration board for an application WFA MENTO GIVE
him unanimously, accepted the sting In the First Churchof
blank, fill It out and either leaveIt Baptist Specking at'a dinner meet.
post of vice-president Walter Homestead LL Pkhe ton of .1
. at the aervloe station or returnIt I Ins of the Redland, Lions ,Club
Weiss was elected second vie* BAHAMA LABOR Mr and Mrs. T D.: riche was a
to the local board. Your book
president T. X. Kirby was reelected member of aha church and Its held Tuesday evening at the ..
will be mailed to you "before
treasurer, and Kit Car- Nov. 8."Be Sunday school.The Lion' Den. Captain Raymond T (
on was retained .s manager and sure to attach to your application TALK TUESDAYThe Rev. 7., B. Cranttord pastor Wise, operations officer at Homestead -
\ secretary of the church will be assisted Army Air Field emohasl/rd
the part 0(rotor present
At the annual meeting of the 'A' book which has your name Bahama farm labor con- by: Chaplain John Z XarlyofJfonwetead : the Importance of the Ferrylrig

*Yr l : membership, which >was well, attended taat'will be explalned-b?farmers Army: Ate I'leldhd DivisWs lad Operational'Tralo.' "
four director were'elect, Interested In obtaining some of service ,men from the base will tag Unit to the entire American

ed. A. W, Undgren, lynch and CITY INCREASES this Imported' West Indian help I fine war-effort. The Air Transport i

Weiss, to serve two yean, and j. this season, at. meeting to be'i OomitMitd and the Ferrying Division -

R. Brooks, to serve one ;year. held In the assembly hall at t p.m. .1! loom larger slay by; day In

Holdover directors from the old WAGF.SBY'TOTAL Tuesday, Oct IT, at Camp CITY ROTES ASK Allied global strategy," Captain 1
board art Preston B. Bird, Kirby Redland, f.rm..1IID supply center I Wise said. "In Its final SURFS this

and Chandler. Frank B. Rue, SUIt north of Homestead on war will present problems of tup- .
a member of the old board declined OF $4,482 A YEARAt the Federal Highway DEEDING OF CAPE ply that CM be solved only by

renomlnatlonManagerHCJt four-eagla air transport, and the
l Carson, reviewing How V> apply for this labor Ferrying: Division has not only
a special meeting of the city compliance regulations of the contract ROAD TO STATEPassage J
work done by the chamber during the aircraft but also the person
council Thursday night of last the proper making of the
the past year and outliningopportunities nel, trained right here at Homestead -
week, the recently adopted budgetwas weekly payroll, and other questions -
for to deliver the goat
accomplishments amended to permit, salary In connection with the farm of a resolution by th: anyplace
In the year ahead exhibited In the world- any placeon -
city council last week asking the
raises totaling $4,48248 ;yearly. er'* use of Bahama labor will be
graph made by nirf which exact schedule,
r commissioners of Dade and Mon ,
discussed by of
Linemen of the municipal light representative
showed a growth of.,'80 ;'
per cent the War Food Administration roe counties to deed their respective "Every man flying a fouf-cn
1 department had been working for
in population for Dade County portions, of the Cape Sable gin transport plane of the .
the city for far less than they from West Palm Beach, It was announced on any
Since 1WO, compared to a growthof road to the State road department ATC route came Homestead
I Roberts
by E. A. manager -
could have obtained elsewhere,
.!0 per cent for the Florida, of the Redland Farm Labor "In order that the state . may a skilled and experienced airman.
and policemen had been putting in
east coast counties as a whole and Center. accept and maintain same as a Here at OTU that know-how hat
I about 80 hours week for .1110a Supply
17S cent for the state In a "
per; the state road was followed by been utllUed as not-so-raw 'ma
month. Employees In other departments Theeon'a first contingent of 'I
same period. adoption this week of'a similar terial In the mass production of
were In line for salary 87 Bahamans arrived In the Red-
W the basis of
this actual
resolution by the Homestead Rotary the finest airline pilots and crews
increases to hUe them to the land District Oct 2, and another
growth It Is estimated ,that Dade Club. the world teas yet known to ere
levels paid employees of private contingent of 88 arrived Saturday
County ,which now has estimated -
an The City of Homestead resolution ate a record of world-wide- accomplishment
industry and business.In night, Mr. Robert said Still
population of 346,000, will ;
the phraseology of which is so Impressive that d
have by 1850 a population of I I some cases, however, the (Continued on Page Hint) closely followed by the Rotary today only a Homestead graduate

1 4M,070, and by IDes will U. S. withholding tax, entirely or Club resolution, is, In part, as Is permitted to fly these great i
:' ,.. : 770428 Inhabitants," said almost offset the wage .increase. I
' Church to Send Clothing follows: aircraft which have made the ,
'. "Since settlement in IIUmber'I'I Supt Gordon Ivey of the light and : "Whereas the condition of the names of "Fireball,* '"Snowball '1

been confined to :what I It water department was given an To War Torn Countries highway: from the Dade County and Crescent famous In place IJi!
as the.high pine land of the county Increase of $1169 a month. The Sable is such that lit
The,First Baptist Church of line to Cape where, only two years ago man "J
: end It Is generally conceded raise put hint In t Richer' tax Homestead Is this week cooperating times It is impassable and seriously and his produce moved a* they -*tj
: that this kind of land down here bracket however, and $$ Of the I
in the nation-wide collectionof Interfere with the livelihood did a thousand yean before 0";
.! Is best suited to human habltaft raise will go to the government, '
j clean used clothing to be of those citizens living In "When the first great ATC ferrying *,
) Won, the Redland District baa the leaving! him 'a' net ,Increase of shipped te, war-ton countries Monroe County at or near Cape route was set up across) v

",. the chance to get a large proportion $16) a month. I Most of She members plan to Sable, who are engaged In the Africa In 184J, our native mea'e'

I of this future Increase In One employee the sanitation bring In their collections !Sunday.; fishing Industry and likewise tenger boy, upon being given a i
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Red Cross Makes Coats

"*i' I Condemn Wrongdoer, Not His Faith For Refugee Children I Largest Movie Business in Florida JI

4'I i r. Or Nationality, Urges ,Round-TabJerl Workers In the production department Conducted by,Army Air Field HereThe {I

of Ole local Red Croat
have been blue and brown '
w J. Harold >>lttelOft, state direc- Klux Klan during the reign of the making I largest movie business) In student U. I. M. Wad of Du- si
woolen coat for refugee children
tor of the National Conference of carpet bagger and scalawags after luth. Ga0'heads the aid
report Mrs. B. A. Tlbblts, head Florida U just part of the regular IUtn.tl
Christian and Jews and executive the Civil War, but pointedout section of this )
of the unit Mrs. W, J. Krome Is business at Homestead' big four-
director of the Miami RoundTable that Investigations and court till Unit and possibly paste on ,-
all the buttonholes.THE .
told the Homestead Rotary trial of leader of the second Ku making engine airline school.: Visual as many, 'or more, movie than

Cub Wednesday of the work the Klux Klan movement revealed training aids,, charts strip film Will Hayes The training flintsreceiving

/ organization la doing. that the organization afforded WEATHER and movies total up In the thousands the biggest play are 1

t "The National Conference of them opportunity for selfaggrandizement orfkn.I eaNe epn., tile............ for student*,of ATC huge those on flying Irving condition,
Christians and Jew seeks a better through, among t'sa.rl.r.n Nei.". S..n.4. amuse. Ferrying Division school where' thunderstorms, fog and air masses.

understanding between the ether thing, high initiation fee Date Mss. 11III. Ban RaJa the finest pilot In the world are I jLt. Wade explains that these I
two group to that there win not and the sale,of robe and other checked out OB plane of the weather condition are definitelyalien

;, 'be a recurrence of the prejudicethatveloped paraphernalia to member Oct 6? 89 .. IUT world airline. to South Florida at the

after World War Hitler rode to power on Just Oct 8. ,18 87 10.00 .07 Projectionists Cpl Frederick men get well acquainted with

One to be fostered by: organlza'ttont such a teed. He decided the Oct. T.__ M 86 MOO .12 Hinkel of Baltimore. S-Sgt Rob- sunshine and clear skies white at a'
like the Kit Klux Klan," aid Catholic were too- strong to be Oct. 199 87 21.11 ert Carrey from Chicago and school

Mr. Matteton. tingled out for a campaign of Oct. (. M 08 21M CpL Harold Heim, Wernenville, ""Whew" say UM projectionIsts 1

The speaker paid tribute to the prejudice and oppression, but the Oct Its to 84 284 100 PI,:reel off 2M film a month to "we've got more farm.Pat

"walk, rene,by the 'original Ku (Continued on Pace Three) I Octll- *7 84 38J3 JD8 ever 4,200 Dying and, engineer Goldwyn." **

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Page Two_ __ ____ ____ HOMESTEAD. LEADER AND ENTERPRISE '.' October 13.. 1944 ,

>> .. ,... Everything OK. Writes '' Special i Service Officers Free
Lt. F. II. Fitzpatrick" a.aPlaiJl
OUR SERVICE MEN AND WOMEN\ For Religious Work, Says
Good weather, good housingand I

.. .. .. ... AM : Francis good H.food Fitzpatrick are reported, veteran by Lt of Editor's Nets-The follow 1 soldiers. Chaplain Blackford inJ
IN tag release Betlag Mai Randolph slats that army chaplains) are rook
the Guadalcanal and New Guinea I T. BlacUerd. rector ef I Idlers and that no other service.

Sgt. Howard West Writes of Laundry I in campaigns the Pacific, from his present post of St Homestead John's Episcopal: at the time Church he I more he ha needed been assigned than that to which.

Problem at Jungle Airfield in Burma "It's quite a nice evening over was called te active service. I H* Introduces his description
her. In the Pacific," he writes,! an army: chaplain, baa been (Continued no Page Four)
I' a typically cool one with an absence -! received by: newspapers treat I * 1
Interesting aspects of life la a are, and we still get plenty of of rain which makes It nice the Army sad Navy: Chaplains WRITES OF RUINS '"
Jungle airfield in Burma are described good wen, plenty of chow. Thenwe But we cant complain about the Washington, D. C. The people back In the States
1 by Set Howard West, ion have movies, and fairly new .ther-ln fact, it'* quite delightful 1 do not realize how nice it U
of Mr. and Mr*. S. L. West, in a ones, toes most of the '&1me. And Washington, D. C. Oct 1J-I have their homes undisturbed to*,
recent letter to the Leader-Eater "All we want to see,, however, ss for living, everything Is OX. Chaplain Randolph F. Blackford, write CpL Herbert A. Booth to
prim"I'm (Continued on Page Four) In the way of tent and houses,
stationed at Kennedy General mother, Mrs. Arvllla Booth..
cot In India any more" sod the food Is tine-moch better '
"In my tour weeks In France ,I
t Hospital Memphis Term, .In a
writes than at we've been
Sit West, radio operatorand any place
Sgt ROM Reitz Helps have seen quite a few ruined
technician "but deep In the prevIoI+ty. So you see this bunchof communication to the General
and that ;
heart of Burma in some of the Shatter World RecordAN fetlews ..is about a* "well,off as. Commission on Army and Navy cities demolished.some were completab' :T
Ihlekeit Jungle rve- could be. Chaplains\ describes the demands
even seen.
AIR SERVICE .COMMAND CpU Booth was a senior at the
The The Homestead made upon those who bring spiritual .
continua -
only e1'arIn&.ar0uD4 here "I paper '
DEPOT IN ENGLAND Oct. r University of Florid'when he
the air (trip. and, It was.literally -- to arrive and I enjoy each loan ministry I to sick'and wounded
Sgt Ross D:Rettx son of Mrs I toted, the service. :> star ago. &
hacked right out 'of the middle Selma Reitz ef Homestead, .Fla, even though nt it Nems'that I 1- T.
t .f the Jungle Itself. The engineersever hat won high commendation for about 99 per ot the people I Edmond Pacettit coxswain 'In Eugene Saunders who' has been
here are doing what would helping to shatter world's records mentioned are strangers That'sto : the United States Coast Guard, on maneuvers in North C. 'oIlna'Bunda
seem Impossible, as H -was only: repairing aircraft at J.hIIIt servIce be expected when one has been who has been eonaected, with the arrived ,. to spend .44dayfurlough ,
a matter of day for them to have I command depot. away,for years" i intelligence department' at Long I I with his. parents., Mr.
It ready for ute. n'. pretty rough 1 r He and his fellow -mechanics Lt Fitzpatrick, son of Mr. and :Beach .Cal., since the middle of and Mrs. Chesley W. Saunders.*,
country.anoVth guys down below sent!-at1c.Jnt a setter the highest Mn.au' H. ISttpstricfct received : June, expects to' 'come home on Eugene, who Jill been In service
ft doing the dirty work deserve every I number of battle-damaged craft a commission as second lieutenant leave about Christmas time Mrs1 It months;. .Is technician .fifth> '
bit and more, of credit. tbat 3 i*tnc .AIrr Service Command be- lust after he was graduated from : Pacettl, the former Miss Mary grade {equivalent' to technical
comes their way I..t operation ft England."A I the University of Florid In 1941, Frances Arthur, is living with her! corporal) .In an. army anti-air
"Rain? Iff the wettest place'I" knockout: blow against Ger and be was made a first lieutenant parents Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Ar- I craft automatic weapons battal;
Fve ever seen. If t Mid It rained i many" was the way. his commandIng : in April ot 1943. thur. ''Ion.'I
in India I was onljr.kiddlnf. I general, Brldadler General
f never knew It could rain so much base W Ott, described the contribution
ao often, and ao hard, In one- of Sgt Reitz whose extra -
place. effort makes It possible to
We wear our clothes until that maintain a constant air cover over
land 'em In the corner" condition allied armies on the. Continent PUBLIC
U noticed, then we with Before entering the Air ForcesIn _
them, and hang them out to dry. I .July of JMi he was employedas
Did I say dry? Well, we .hang an aircraft mechanic at Elgin
them out on the line and everyday Field, Fla. Sgt. Reitx attended To clear up a. misunderstanding: that seems to exist

we wring them out again, Anderson Aircraft School in in some quarters, I hereby give public notice that I am not
hoping for tome sunshine. Finally, Nashville, Term.
In desperation, we bring them Into His brother, Pfc. Albert L. connected with any fish market except the Dixie HighwayFish

the tent, start a gas heater, that Relts of the USMC, Is a veteran Market, on South Flagler Ave., opposite the F.E.C.
we have managed to acquire of Tarawa, .
I '(don't Ilk me how) and by turnIng . Fertilizer Co.
our tent Into an oven, we get
Banks Receives
them dry. Of course, they Irtn'taa Our motto will continue to be: "Smaller Profits and
white u Rinse or'put would Commission at Quantico
., More Sales. 'Your continued patronage will be appre-
went them, but they are fairly Bank Byrum of the USMC, '. .
clean, and finalry-gry. If a a great l = dated. "
eldest son of Mr, and ttnuJ. R. } :
Ufa though it you don't weal= Byrum, was commissioned i second .
at least than what rvt always .
lieutenant on Oct 4 at Quan-
beard I'm thinking that the guy tico, Vr. The speaker at the CHESLEY E. SAUNDERS, Owner
who said that was somewhere le graduation exercises was Robert . .

besides here."Don't get. me wrong now, *' Sherrod Lt Byrum, author is yf now"farawa.'receiving" : :. DIXIE ;HIGHWAY FISH MARKET i

things aren't 11 bad ai I've probably ROF training near Quantleo.e M I
made you believe. It.. Just Phone 531-J I '
one of those places where a OI Forrest O. Burk,.S. 2-c 1* now 1
can do all that well known gripIng In radio school: in the HJSNTC at S. Flagler Ave. Opp. F.E.C. Fertilizer Co
without being looked on with Bainbridge, Md. f
acorn. Army life continues to be . .

(1 the same, no matter where you Tom X Harris, Jr. seaman
second tclass, has been assigned .
f Sgt James Goodlng. who has to naval post office duties In San i
.. been stationed In Iceland and Francisco .
Mrs. Goading arrived Monday tor -
a ten-day visit with Sgt Good -
t. ing's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W, R
.Coodlng of Florida City ,
Ensign Charles Allen Pope, son
of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Pope, left REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZERS
San Francisco last Week for duty
In the Southwest CUlo,
I I ICapt
l Clement Russell who U
Stationed it Klsilmmee pent Saturday .
I 06 In Naranja with his :
mother, Mrs W, H. Russell\ and
, i his brother, Bill RuuelL I I .
I? I .
I Capt. Wilbur Nabon who spenta Consult about fertilizer
requirements .
us -
I' year In a hospital near Washington your ...&:.; .
f, 'A D. C, was able to return' .

+ ages to army duties about a month I for the coming year. -

M tl Lt Harvey. F Rue, son of Mr.I' I

ti I. I transferred and Mrs. Frank from B.Camp Rue,Campbell has been' Due to government regulation: and shortages .

Xy, to Camp Chsffee, Ark. I 'I

I" Aviation Cadet. .John. M. Brown I' of several materials we will not, be ,able. to fl' .-' . ,.

Jr., VIU leave San Antonio Tues.y .I

y{I day home for ot Si-day his parents furlough, Mr. and it Mrs the'' make ALL of our regular mixtures. But we will : ..

t John M. Brown of Naranja. .

, : Cpl. and Mrs"Howard Thompson .! do our best to'supply as :near as possible what <,

will return to Savannah Sunday I II
I after three-week: visit with' . you will need.
. Cpl Thompson's parents, Mr. and I
Mrs. Bruce Thompson of Florida :
f City. Present at a dinner party
; which Mr. and Mrs. Thompsongave
: for them Sunday were Mr.' I *

I Gemma and Mrs.James Harry of Cuchllle Lexington, Mrs.Ky Florida I East Coast Fertilizer Co.

i ? Miss Lavon Thompson and Wade

Thompson., . ,.. I I Tel phone 16 Frank B. Roe, Manager Homestead Fla. ;<.

.. Cpi Herbert W. Timtr'or the
USBfC I* now in'Camp Pendleton l lc
Oceowide, Oat 'I
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\'" '..r.October; ,' 1044 .,-. ..- ." .. ,'.'" lHOMBSTEADMLEADERAND' ENTERPRISE_ Fage4Thee'

i TOMOOROW'' tAST.and'Nary personnel who are located -"' ail 1*, atttad these gospel kervi the misdeed he-lay* merely'Wen :'f mow Roper Tinkle 1Shll lt. Virginia d
,| ,at remote points, and Jew Ices. John cheated W, today: Booker, Ana, BeveO. Betty '
tvent17 the transfer of Urge numbers "Enjoy the floe gospel singing and holds against John as an','t'i Lou Shelby, Helm Schroeder,
DAY FOR MAILING to new stations necessitates and gospel messages in word and individual. The same should bold Rath Byrum. Ulllan Angellnl"
I I forwarding of the packages and song." says Dr. Davles "and carte true when Jew wrongs Chris-1'I Ardcl "Parman ray PMrce.I )
GIFTS OVERSEAS additional time is required : with your friends to church where tlan or when a Christian wrongs
sacred music uplift*' the soul; a Jew The individual 1 who' commits I
. Pastor Invites All gospel sermon touch the heart the wrong, not the group or Dr. Leonard W. HaskinGLASSES
: Sunday It the deadline for and 1 friendly spirit makes you nationality to which he belongs se.......... to are ...........
r mailing Christmas gift parcel to To Gospel Services feel at home." ihouU: ye-"condemned: ." I ,...... am ......... ..
la Carl Llndgren, produce packer I
men oversees service of the
I U. S. armed forces. After Oct. II Homestead In the Methodist on Sunday Church the senior of I BLAME WRONGDOER and hauler of Ooulds, was introduced : 141 C..ekl.b N. 14 Me Ate 54 C.M4M..dc : ....... ....

i no gift parcel mar be nulled to:choir will begin it* seasonal program (Continued From Page One) Rotary II:1 I Tae. +
a Soldier without the presentation I of special music in the Jew comprised a minority that would be observed next week.
morning service at 11 a. m. The
; of. written request from him, choir will be under the directionof represented only one per cent of :The Homestead High School:
J according to poitofflce depart.I Irving J.Lyon and R M. Hind-I the population of Germany. The Girls' Glee Club, directed and accompanied
r nent Announcement I man will play the organ accompaniments. persecution of this group gave him by Mrs. Clan Adam, For termite extermination
t That that must The pallor Dr. Sidney the excuse for his .Gestapo and the school music Instructor, sang in touch with
. means you mail I H. Da vies, will preach on storm troopers, which he later "nraleeJldJol\I: "A Merry Life," I'ret
; your oversea bound Christmash g the l'utura-Now." toed so ruthlessly to maintain his I :"Somewhere a Voice I* Calling" D. L. PHILLIPS
.+ flrt parcel today or tomorrow, "BuDd-'I role of absolute dictator Then and "Sweetest t'lII'eUer." Ardel
." since the poet office U closed ohSunday. , In the evening. the with Such an organization built !Parman played; a piano 1010.I TERMITE CONTROL
will begin at I with singing by '
i up he sought drew fields to con- Members of
the Junkie\ choir under the direction I the Glee Club par-. COMPANY
. The;great demand,upon shlpplnf of Mrs Ivan Moeer. Mrs. J. quer. ticlpaUnf were:
I l ? and the need for giving D. Redd win be at toe piano When ODe Protestant; Catholicor Margaret Booth, Jenny Hardy Ph0 744-W P. 0.Boa SOS, 1
; preference
Mr*. W. B. Mills, at the r.1 Jew U'wronged by another of Ruth Rutland, Lattretl 'Water,
/ .tqarrru,,munitions, mediI The Gospel qusrtette will sing' toe seems faith, he doesn't blame Barbara Jean Smith, Barbara, Hollywood, Fla.CALLING .
'I cine.and food I* the prime naIaD special gospel* number*,'and .the. the rest of that group because of, Wakefleld Shirley: Dansey, Al- f
I for the early mailing date: More pastor "will bring! the menage,', -----
over, lift parcel must travel The Lure of the Deep" A hearty i\
great 1 distances to reach Army JnvttaUoo. i*.extended to every-I


Palms Cafe: 1 I '.t.tf'rI

Open Dally From f a. .... to U Midnight ,1

T-Bone Steak........................................ '1.00
Fried Chicken ........................_.._...... .75

'/i Fried Chicken.............-..:....:......_... 1.25
Hamburger Steak..........._...........:....... .55 :

Roast Beef, brown gravy.,._._...:...,. .55

Grilled,Pork Chops......?.................. .60 ;

Breaded Veal Cutlet.......................:. .75

Two vegetables, bread, coffee er Iced tea and dessert
served with all meals. r 4I

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t r I: A Furlough .Home I IIt DRESSESWltli PLAY SUITS JuniorDRESSES

It, ... Irrideseent serums andsweetheart Strutters ClothA
eckllnes. Beautiful HHBBSMSHMiH.
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. the"Snort dbcrimlntUnc woman. DIXIE Creation
Asserted slkea, style and colors Sizes 9 to 17
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r.', 5V Long Distance call I* almost a* good M '

t . being there hi person. Help a lot when there 22 95, 1295 695'Starling's

/, aren't too many other call on the wire _

So whenever Ton can please keep the circuit

clear from 7 to 10 each night for service men
i: and women. Those evening hour are their bests .
,' chance to call from camp and naval station I


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s; I Ona day the phone) ring A 1194Previously he had "ttPlta% 'themaavUe Ga.> MJ '
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HOMESTEAD LEADERAND patient from oversea I* ill but feigned to the Lawson General) lOW stationed at Kennedy Oe ]
hit wife has brought tilt ilx-I Hospital Atlanta. Firmer General. trel Hospital, Memphis. ,
INTERPHISII : : Men in Service : month-old baby to see him. 'Can I ,'

ran"I a. lots you baptize the baby in the ward! :i
.W".JfSGT. the mother aik*. 'Of tour,' 1*,

......w ,...... a r.aa-a FL. the reply and arrangement are .
If we huta 11M. rumuatns Cam"". HOWARD WEST made for the next day Nurse
and doctor who have endeared Texaco Barbecue
(Con:.-nued From Pare Two) themselves to the patient serve a* 1
IF-H ARMSFMN.ae sad 14_ la the war In Europe over and godparent and the fLL baptism a
that big drive starting over here. take place."Another. MKS. EDWARD D. CARTER Mir,

Ultfl, ..nArK.... NIt4P AICIIJ. "Betid our work on the line, day a man come to
there Ian, muck more that we do.
the chaplain' office and tcD him
MAST FtltLt l.=f1IJO" We found a amall river .
near by be ha been convinced by his
and swimming for a change.It army experience that no man Regular Meals !
It quite a alght. I guess, ifaomeone c
auascairnoN RAT: can a life without
I* ..*. Gnaws | sow to i *-. Vast could let ua out here,! God's help and the church', so he Short OrdersSandwkhes i.
T, ItMII4 an attired In nature'* gin to man,
oa1. wants to be baptized! and
confirmed -
ordd..1 C.rnia. tea. ....., some swimming ,
a s. *| I IT. n.1It. some washing before he 'goe* back to
and others washing clothe I expect '
his outfit. Instruction la started
they would think that It was Cold DrinksSPECIALIZING
a.e.r.d and he Ja baptized and ua a few
II sane ease ana ants"
r..a la tali .e. w pw .r Just another bunch of native . day, In, a special service, the.
s..wj y1..Ns, a.d.r :: ::
Os "Writing letters hat gotten to be
._ .. lIT.. apostolic rite el confirmation i*
quite a Job for the simple reason administered to him. IN
that the thing worth telling
about can't be told yet." "Confirmation classes la the CHICKEN AND YELLOW RICE "
Statue of Opportunity army are somewhat rare. Because .
CHAPLAINSContinued they'are; usually small, the) can.dldate ,
B? Arras,Majhew flbvatrlck are requested to bring ta I ,
He looked like M Adonis ( From Pali Two) friend who may have no intention 8, Kreme Are. At Fourth 8CI
And ht WM coming fait of his experiences with the following of being confirmed, but'*re .
I laced In adoration Incident-: simply friend with nothing muchto
Ai he went iprlntlnf'put. 'It took like pretty lOOn you do that evening' Thus the ,
chaplains woof have anything to class become a sort of discussion
And when I turned to watch himI do, with the morale, special service group that i* greatly enjoyed So
MW hit head Was bare library and athletic officer much so was this the case that on ... -
Where others of more nimbi wit doing these thing you used to do.' one occasion after the candidateswere .. ...... I II
Had matched away bit hair. The speaker was aa old timer confirmed, they and othen ,; ,.. < I
talking to another old timer, only requested the class to be continuedto
That was Opportunity.More the second was a chaplain. discus religious topic This I .fJi/\r': ;
oft than not you'll find. .
"You are wrong' replied kU group continued to meet for threeor
chances slip from
away you
companion 'Our relief from these four month each Tuesday evening '- . .
E're you make up your mind. details, limply trees ua for our In the chaplain' office and r 1

perhaps you've tried tt) follow real work which la religious. : care was discontinued only on his removal I THOUGHT MY
And loud and long you've of the command.' to another post.

called. -What do you do then?' was Chaplain BUcJrford) was born In WAS
Just like the statue In the Louvre the rejotaer. Alexandria Va. Upon completion VISION
In back they're always bald. "An answer to, this question *t the course at the Episcopal .
opportunity may be enlightening to person High School h* wa graduated GOOD! '
comes by other than the Did timer. First of fromhe University of Virginiaand
You never can five chase; all we help the men In their the Virginia Theological SemInary -
'you have to grasp It If you" can thinking and try to teach them to In Alexandria. He next
When you meet face to lace begin at the beginning for la the spent scene time a* a missionary I

beginning Cod,' must be a realityto among the lauttaaa at Mlnncwau- .
The smallest good deed'-Is better them The writer baa for three kan, and at Fort Totten, N. D.
than the grandest Intention.Anon. yean been walking the corridor In 1917 lie enlisted IB the medical
-- and ward of army general hospitals department of the United State and ae aaany men are completely Army and went oversea with the
r at sea ever" ao many problems University of Virginia hospital
that he tries to get them to unit the following year
let down that anchor. Then they Chaplain Blackford has spent
RCDLAMDCAFE can really begin to look around. most of his ministry the South.
Walking down the corridor when He ha served parishes In Harts-
1 apparently the d.,'* work I* over vIDe and Navy Yard both In I r
he bean singing and drop Into South Carolina, and he was also
Job a half down patients singing too rector of Episcopal churches: Ii
hymn He stay*,and la given U Panama City, Leesburg, and I
an opportunity; to have a spiritual Homestead in Florida. In 1927
Specializing in recompense for the visit, for he Joined the chaplains' reserve,i
Surely the Lord la te this place United State Army, and was Lad: of productive hours h a serious problem these diy*. I II
Southern Cooking and I knew It not.' called to active duty In April They art costly hours for our fighting men who need the

i weapon end equipment you art now producing for .
I them. Don'tasst| "think- your eyes art all rlght-U'

CHICKEN and urt-have Hum examined regularly. to an** certain !
STEAK DINNERS that your vision t II accurate.

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8....... (MeatreOdL ,-? Tie maintain consistent values, Every effort b WHOSWAUOWSD FIRST

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Fads. l'aek.. 'hc..w..tln AAf YSTI& ,
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The bone chettnvt" tree la found U every UtxIMBtrVOO ;
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BUSH'SBarberShop I When the time come for you to handle the(lid matter of ' !.J
burial for at loved one be Own to *V> It a. that to the years to* "; (,'\
s 0 follow your memory of every detail will be pleaunt and mates, '\
HARDWARE m..i.3 N& MATEftlAi, tying. Our service assure this complete utUifactlon. Avoid
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fiOrtobo:{ r 13, 1944 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Page Fir .

| mg relatives In 'l'txu.nd OklsI Cousin Wilbur Grand Ole Opry Star J
homa. :

I 1In and GroundHomestead: I I I Miss Marybelle--.:..Gibbs. of Miami Comes Thursday in Big Tent Show '\ i

spent the here with
.. .. ... .... . .3 ;
fie her parents Mr. and Mrs. H. M, . V powr ,. ".
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' Clbbs. ;
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Mr. and Mrs. Cotton Inlow who I
have been In Virginia returned I

t t, I,I to Homestead Tuesday.FLORIDA \ \ "

" '.: former Mrs. .................................... .
Moier, Don
D propagator, Tilbott left for Boise,:
,) superintendent the I'ub-i Ida. on Oct. S to spend a month I CITYBy j
Experiment Station but with Cpl Talbott who II\1CaUonedl TVarrme beverjr
.1.; I Irv the part year a cleric In the I I pear by at Cowan Field. On the I..-............................... '.: 11

ted post office, has Joined I way she stopped In Kansas City f Mrs Fred GreenwaU of Flint :1
.." grove management depart to visa her aunt, Mrs. C. A. Williams .r Mich arrived Friday for a two- ,
,ment of the Florida Lime and I and her ilster-tn-law. Miss week visit with Mrs. H. J. Derbyshire -
Avocado Growers, of Which S. J.'i i t Waneta, Talbott. Patricia, their'! i ji
",.x Lynch I* production manager, Mr.I elder daughter, Is staying with
Mosses duties will include the I Mn. Talbott's mother Mrs. W. H.I Mr. and Mrs. R. Warren and J
supervision of the avocado nursery [Russell, and Donna Jean their family and Mr. and Mrs. C. Mahoney -
and top worn gritting. 'i younger daughter, is Staying with enjoyed a trip to Biscayne tM1T r
I Mr. Talbotfs parents, Mr. and Park Sunday._ I \
Roy Johnson, pharmacist's mate Mrs.' Walter Talbott. .
M.. and Mrs. W Hoffman andsons
class, of the celebrated
{ flrst one '
] Eddie and Ronald of Macksburg ,
11'! Eight Corpsmen ol the Fourth Mrs. J. R. Byrum.. received O, are expected this 1'ftk''
y' Beach Battalion (first-formed of t word of the death Sept 13 ot a to spend the winter here. I
the nation's three amphibious battalions nephew, SgL Alvla Beaks of
) and his brother, W. L.'I Ctumetvilla, Ga., who was wounded -j 1 Mr. and Mr Robert Collins of ,
h Johnson telephone traffic manager .. in Belgium and died In a hospital -I Newport, CX. and their son, Stev-
in Pensacola, arrived last: la France. i i jl.t. are expected this week. They r
i, night to visit their brother andsisterinlaw t ,J will spend the_winter here.i .
i Mt. and Mrs Howard I
Mrs. Arvilla Booth plans to
i Electrician's Mate and Mrs. David
Johnson's i
; L. Johnson. Roy ,
11' leave Wednesday for a visit et: a- t+t, r
activities In'Africa included also L Lsudermilk Lewisburg,
r.liir!. the writing and directing of the several weeks In with her Her two i I W. V*., are here on. ten-day
; brother Indlananpolia.
:., Now" which visit with Mrs. Loudermilk'sbrotherinlaw
"It's Regulation I
play and!
brother-in-law and sliter 1
I and sister 1 Mr and l'i
has four "hit" tune
of Coral
4 Mrs Sam Brundage Mrs. Lloyd Deitz.I .
Gables, were luncheon guest here
4 Mrs Elbertt Bute has returned Monday. Cpl John Barker of Avon Park .u. y\
from'' two-month visit with her I spent Sunday here. !
sister Mrs. Julia.Duren, In Tltusvllle -
Mrs. Pauline Waddell, re gl- '
and her niece, Miss Carrie The Rev. A.ills Fleming of
tered nurse, has been added te
{ Lakeland conducted the first
Froscher In Miss I
Belle Rockledge.
the staff of Redland Farm Labor
: conference at the Free
her to quarterly
Froscher accompanied
Supply Center where she will be i-
Methodist Church this week.
Homestead for Visit
In charge of the Camp Redland I -.
+ clinle In addition to having: super Mr. and Mrs. Myer. Sllverman t
Mr. and Mrs.: Marl Schumacher vision ever the colored nurses of(land Mrs. Ida Silverman of Miami
j and ;their two children'will return the negro camps at Homestead. : visited friends here Monday t
+ to the Redland District this week and Gouldd., i {
:end to make their home In Homestead [ Mr. and M-;;:C.: Mahoney ofMarietta.

Since leaving Redland, his O., arrived Saturday to I
H. Collier was returned to '
Mr. Schumacher' spend the winter here.
some years ago home here Wednesday from Jackson :
,'hal' become i.' licensed airplane -. Cousin- Wilbur America's greatest Homestead on, Thursday Oet 1ft. ;
Memorial Hospital where ha
11>'* pilot and h,!'Will be employed,was ,takes treatment of Cry TRUSTEES TO MEET hJltbHy comedian and former The show will b to presented in
+there by a crtatjftMting..eompaby. .; Trustees of the Homestead star el WSM: Grand Ole waterproof L
tktpiUs of the ear': H.* Is recover Church will hold a Opry. a mammonth tenttheatre
t:They win res" with Mrt.'Gladye'Walker : Methodist Nashville, Tenn. will 'appear In
lag rapidly now near the Bamboo Tavern
..Ister'of'MrL [special meeting Wednesday evenIng ;
If I the famous Hillbilly
at I o'clock.TO : nationally and the municipal light and waterplant
I f Mr and Mrs. Gee: Barnes returned Jamboree Show which will give a ,
last night from Hendersonvllle [ OBSERVE LAYMAN'S DAY one nlghf stand engagement in, Doon to the big tent will .pea
< H. Steffanl, county agent, where they spent the A layman's day program, In at 1P. m. and the performancewill
|fand leis assistant, Lawrence Edwards summer I!cooperation with the program of of Homestead, announces the pastor start promptly at III: p. ...
l of Miami, are attending, the Southern Baptist Convention who hopes that all the men Popular price will prevail. '
, ., the state meeting of county I W. O. Calkins citrus inspectorfor will be held at the II o'clock: of the church wilt make a pedal I The show will be In Perdue :
\' agents and home demonstration the state plant board re- service of the First Baptist Church effort to attend. next Wednesday night, Oct. II.
\ agents which la being held this, turned from Fort Lauderdale lasti
week in Gainesville 'i i

Mn. Luis Free returned Saturday his nursery on Palm ive West of Here We Come Folks U

from a two-month stay in Florida City. I .
Hendersonvllle, N. C,, and a three. -- HILLBILLY JAMBOREE
week visit In Columbia, S. C.,1 Mrs. Herman Heinlein U recovering
with her son and daughter-in-law from two-week illness. ,. ..' '
',Commanding Officer Wilbur Free : > ; Cousinmrn
''of Congane Field and his bride.i' /. F. Htmmett is serving e* : Wilbur
She also. spent f few days toPauley the federal grand Jury In Miami ,
** Island with her slMer thin week. '

In-law, Mrs, Mark NaborS, who la I RADIO H Hi .
now in Columbia for the whiter.Mrt. Mrs Bertha L. Pets and Mrs \
Free's daughter Mrs. jr. a Robert t Hall and son spent a>few
:Murphy of Miami,' spent Saturday days in Miami Beach recently. i Fonner Star of
night and Sunday with her, I i I II STARS' .
I Miss Nells Sauls of Miami was
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Mills have ,a Tuesday guest of Mrs.: J. E.;
rented! the Graham cottage inNartnja Close and family '
recently occupied by Lt, I
and Mrs Lewis Grin thai who Cps and Mrs Earl Brown are INPERSON Grand Ole Opry

r have gone to Dallas, Tex. enjoying a 15-day furlough visit-

WSH-NAgtmiXE. TENN. ; ,
and His! Tennessee MountaineersAND j



\ Cooking That Bria & Too Back Fewer Memo, si %LW. .....sis, Bee** Coat ,........ .to .

(Our" Chef Was With FbDlird-s tot Six Teen) TWO lOUD HOCKS or FIDDLING. SINGING. I'ODD.lNG.1)\NClNG.vfD TUB

...... Steak._.___. lit Haaatmrter Steak.._. _' ...
,L<.T-BM*' SteaR_..:- US Ce.hetU sad Meat Balk Mrertesfcsww MAMMOTH NEW WATERPROOF TENT THEATRE

Steak_._ Le* Cheese OaMtotle.*, _*,?* MLaacfc '
(SEATS FOR 1,000)
CfceeE___- I." Haae' even tte ..__ isI I
OM-keJf CMckem_._.,.?. LM tMetea Lire 0......._ M t I'OI't'LA& Cam: early. : sad flag tilt Whole i DOORS CMM T. f K.Ceanl ."
i I OfoRt Cklckeau. 'It HWsw Baked Lfttse Pie. 41SmlaeV
raw" : wu"-i. .. Reed TeafreWORMANCl STARTS AT kilt T. M.4 .

FrencH Fries Bee Balk Serve Witt Dtonen ONE: NIGHT OKtYPERIUNE .

. .. WEDNESDAY, OCT.. 18 }

Federal Hwy. at AntU Dr. TekahenetUt. i HOMESTEAD, ;

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CollectlM phonograph records mode, mint, nut and coffee. I The ferrying Division men at up the young ladles at the local
hobby was the theme of an Present besides those named 13 Meeting of Redland I Homestead Army Air Field were USO and returned them after the
a a
were: Mr*. A. W. Hutchinson, P.TA. at I p. m. highly pleased Friday evening evening of dancing wa complete.
Interesting talk given Monday by Mn. A. M. Loran, Mrs. LonnIe I Oct. It-Meeting of Homestead when junior hostesses of the lira. Lawrence Pope, senior hostess -

I J* M.... E. H. Csllaher at the open- Hood, Mrs. Ceo. M. Frlck. Mn. P.TA. room representatives Homestead USO were guests at announced that all Homestead I

I .:', ing meeting of the Monday Music W. R. Bird, Mn. Lee H. Lehman, 1:30.: the weekly Second Operational USO Junior hostesses are

Club at the home of Mnr. J. R. Mrs. J. D. Redd Mn. Ivan Meter Oct U-Meeting of Cleaners Training Unit dance. very welcome at these partita,
: Rutland. Ten phonograph record Mrs. Ja*. V. English, Mn with Mn. L. K. Bishop Jr. Station wagon from the AIr and that transportation leave the

were played by the speakerto Clarence Cray, Mn. HermanMark Oct. -Martha( meeting of AdAstra Tranaport Command baM picked use at 7:30: !each Friday !evening
Chapter of O.E.S.: ,
o < Illustrate her talk. *, Mr*. Frank Hauamtn, Mrs.
'. '" : Mr*. Wm. Muaselwhlto, president Whitney Beam, Mr*. H. Collier Oct. -Meeting of Homestead REDLAND NEIGBORHOOD CLUB GIVES .
at home of Mn. Frank .
Vane N.
-: presided, and Mn. Frank Mrs. Gordon Ivey Mn. I .I
Webb, program chairman presented Harris, Mrs. Walter E. Cab,. and Hausman. .. SURPRISE HOUSEWARMING MEMBERThe .
Oct. 2 -Meeting of Homestead
the speaker. face guest, Mrs. Sophie
The hostesses, Mn. Rutland, blatt. Mill Laura Topham; Mia P.T.A. Redland Neighborhood. Club Mr. .and Mrs W.: O.:' Chase, Mr.
1s R. E. Edward Mn. S. L. Dorothy Barton and Ml** Lena Oct J7rMeetlng of Redland gave a surprise housewaranlngj' and Mrs. Ri d:Holmes, Mn.. Sam,

I > West and II.... E. L. Lawrence, Helen Marta Home Demonstration Club at 1:30.. Tuesday night for Mr. and 'Mrs. J. Devil! Mn. C. a'Calderwood,

4 sued garden flowers 11thl decorations Ibis club will meet on Nov. 13 Woman'Oct. Halloween.Club In clubhouse.Nov. dance. of Goo T. Wright who have bought,;I i Mrs L H. KJopp, Mn., J.A..

+1 and served apple pie a larrraa at the_home of Mr*. J, L. Burton. *2-USO the Poppell grove In Eureka. ,be-. Rottierhem.: ._ MI?. E. B Jsler, Mn.
: yound Quail Itt rd. I Mary'T. Furry and'Mrs. Hausen.
by Woman's Club.: Mr*. Gaby presented to Mr*.1
+li ;X R. AND MRS.: E. C. BYARS, JR., GIVEN I II Nov. 6-Bualneas meeting of Wright the club' gift, a large, LOCAL WOMEN ELECTED
I i South Dade Garden Club at home crystal salad bowl Individual'I
{; LOPEZk of Mn Ernest Francis. I gifts, aim, were pmented. OFFICES
Noy. 6-Meeting of B.P.W.C. at Sandwiches cookie and limeade Among new officers recentlyelected ,
Mr. and Mrs E. c. Byan. jr. Harford. Mn. Billie Harford. Miss home of Mr*. Herbert Katz. I were served., by the Senior Home Demonstration
I ,I :who! were married here recently, Gladys Greer, Miss Mary Byan,
Nov. 13-Meeting of Monday Prevent betide Mr. and ..Mrs.Wright .! Council of Dade Coun-
I wen given house warming partyait I M. White, Frank Golemdeskl and Music Club at home of Mn. J. L' their ton, Harry, and, ty are Mr*. J. D. Wysontf of, Rod-
home Redland road
t their on L B. Lazo. Burton. land, tint vice-president, and
granddaughter, Harriet were:
Oct. 4 by Mr. and Mn. Mario Lopez - Mn.
Roy of
CoL Mr Wlttenwyler Princeton
and Ralph W. Klngraan,
: Mrs. Byan la the former
WOMA'N'S CLUB 1 assistant secretary and reporter .
0 : Mrs Olwell Finch. I I OF HOMESTEAD. GIVE .

.j had been opened, game* wen AD ASTRA CHAPTERTO
played and refreshment were At the opening meeting of the the camp and hospital service had Among the 170 Dade County ENTERTAIN ON NOV. I

0 I swrved. Woman' Club of.Homestead Monday been used to buy hospital bed Defense Council leader who were' Worthy matron. and worthy
light guest of the Miami air base Monday patroiy ot the district will be
The guest Included: Mr. and night Mis. James 1. Bird I ( entertained -
t. Mn. E. C, During the octal hour fruitcake were ten from South Dade: !i by Ad Astra Chapter ot
Bjrars, Mr. and Mn was made chairman of
the club'sHallowe'en Mr J. r. I I IMr I ly
Hammett leader
; tone
the .
O E.S. on Nov. 3.
Baron Smith, Mr. and Mr*. C. B. and sherbet were served b Line offi.cers II I-
Plummer, Mr. and Mn. Michael dance which will be the hostess, Mn. McGarrah, and *. A. E. Paul, assistant zone |I of the district, alsd; will be
held Saturday, Oct. 28, In the 800 leader, and even vector leaders-I special guest
, Berry, Mr. and Mn. Wm. Car. rummy was played. The high
michael, Mn. Willie Byrd, Mn clubhouse. She will be assisted core winners were Mr*. Jacob Mrs. Frank Kent Mr, Eugene: Ad Astra Chapter will hold a
Fontaine Mr .
;, Seven by Mn. and Mn. Katz and the Wm. Martha meeting on Oct. 20 which
Gladys Mrs Pauline Edwin McGarrah, and Jow (core Mr.
T. E. Stadlg Loun'bUl'7'1
;1 Quick. Mrs. Lucille Montanal, Mn. Stanley Wlttkop. Mr. winner, Mn. Wittkop and Mn Davis, Mrs. Geo. N. ,I all member are asked to attend. I
lira. John P.;"Cbwn, Mn. CoraW.M.S. Adrian Jacob Franklin. '
: to '
Flora :
Myers and Mrs.Clyde Local
,; Present V.SCJS. member who
make arrangement for were; Mrs. Burley II
an orchestra Neill. ,'
: JVfsti! eb attend the
Dendy, Mrs. Gladys Walker, Mfi.AIIII.tu. district meetIng -
CIRCLES HOLD Feature of the day were a
In Miami Thursday at 10.30
Mrs. Herbert Wynn, Mn. O. L. Don-
INDIVIDUAL MEETINGS also appointed Mn. McGarrah aldson, Mn. Kate, Mrs. Bird, Mn luncheon In the cafeteria, moving I a. m. are asked to notify Mr*. H.1L. .
Three W.M.S. circles held their : Folk pictures in the auditorium and a Brown to for tr...
chairman of the USO dance which Mn. McOarrah, Mrs. Jacobs arrange. I'
tour of the entire base. .
I t; October meeting Oct. 8. : the club will sponsor on Nov. 2. I Mr*. Franklin and Mn. Bird. portatlon. .
Circle Two met at .the home of Mn. Anne Foulk wa appointed I

.0 : Sirs J. C. Vann with an attend- to serve on the city library board,1 ROOM REPRESENTATIVES j
since of seven, Mn. T. E. Kirby, and Mrs, Stanley Wlttkop was' TO MEET THURSDAY
: Mrs. Cerda Fread, Mn. H. E. Re- asked to audit the club treasurer's Mrs John Tower, Homestead
I' den, Mrs. T, T Bowen Mn On book, P.T.A. membership chairman, la Jack Pelk DIXIE DRUG Howard I

r, Freieur, Mn. Ernest Francis and The member voted .to rent calling a meeting of room representatives JehMas)

a the hostess. Mrs. Bowen presid their building Saturday afternoons in the clinic room next

ed. Mn. Lawrence and Mrs.. to a teacher of dancing. Thursday at 2:30 o'clock to make Phones SI and lltl
I Kirby were appointed to serve a* Mn. Adrian Jacob reported plan for the membership campaign r rr

t.i) : nominating committee Mrs. that the $211 given by the club to r
I' was named a* me next nost -

q ; tossCircle ,LEGION AUXILIARY aipwna.uu Bill .. Noll.., Smart Her

: Three which met at the GIVES USO DANCE .*e.>.... Cu be KttmlastdPwmaseatly

t Proms of Mr*. J. R. Pope also had The Legion Auxiliary hoat. sad aalelr.LAONA r
was -
I an atendance of even, Mn. Chai
..* group at the USO dance last
; Martin, leader, Mn. S A. King night RICHELECTROLYSIS 1.
Mrs. Chas A. Robertson, Mn. H.
Plan for the dance were madeat r rm@mD
f Collier, Mn. J. Tom Vann, Mrs.
t{ :rope and Mrs. Robert C. Allen. a meeting held In the USO the

it : Plans for collecting clothe for the preceding week and attended by GI@mD
Mrs Wm. J, Ceronlmo Mn. Ceo.
: Church' oversea box were made
I l, I Turner, Mrs. H.' H. Ewing Mrs.Joel IU H.I. MH M. For Arr4.'_.. !:
Circle Four which met at the J._ Robinson, Mill Ruth Fox Can MUS from It a .. I "NCILI CIATONI1IQUIB !h
: : home of
Mn. S. ;
M. Mink in Red. "
I land had an attendance of ten- Frank Mn. Gees B. Rue.REDLAND D.. Ruehl and Mrs. II.. sad ... .aror .... ro .NCIL UADI Mill '
Mrs Howard Johnson Ikiwrk I.'. -..uaetr tnmtmM .ftittftflfom .OUACYO.I MIMANINTINKWAIMAtll
leader ,
I Mr. fM., . ... I ; ,
I : Mr. A. D. Smith Mrs. Alvin M rn fcf UIANeUI INK
RED wkkb mare their .
I Campbell Mr*. Virgil Lott Mn.
ROOM NEEDS WORKERS sane nur l dTlM them an loftrloHW .
Pete Morgan. Mn. R. X. Edwards .UIUI Vllll
samples If U r * f i Mrs T. D. Plche Mrs. Catherine More worker are needed for WT nwnMll 14 wlUM. aerates. olUw fi4

: IlckarJ, Mrs. Cordon Ivey and the Red Cross surgical dressingsroom Katz: .,._, *kkk b mad hf
J : Mrs Mink Mrs. Piche. presented I In the Redland school, announces LAONA RICH ll Miami at tai N.L sled v1'ta :
t a program In which Mn. Smith, Mrs. U H. Klopp super .... *ko U nmrM M- a .iMdlnsaitlwr.. ill, a a0'Z i G LCaf r 1r:II......4 /
Mrs Ivey and Mr* Pickard took visor. lt, ta the nmml tuck ..Lint...... Y SYIna"INT 05555 WA$11M1 silt vent r. JIo .1 "
; part Mr*. Edwards will be the The room ta open trOl'l2 to B Peamnal hilwwt It tekn I* yw rrUniUr .. I
o'clock MM it this otttcf. sash. p.m.. l'm./if POLYCAPS :
: pext hostess. on Tuesdays, Wednesday
rim tile MlrMwl aMbnk whisk ai
I and Thursdays ....... and sews Petk.t r armed e
; Circle One, Two and Three of A worker doe not have to come lifetime ., .lUMtlo. *' kr UM ttmtatKREI 12 Cap.les $1.89 csMule minimum dtlljrtL
I \ the W.SC.S. of the Homestead on all three days, Hid Mn. Klopp. wtkol vkkk k now Ura.t on/y/ 'childnquhemenntorViamieoABb '
t Methodist Church will meet on It the can pare only one day aweek >p...n"I l( ,Ml tile fM, arts Ja tctr C'aDd D, plus Niacinamide."RESCRIPTION Lid
"d :Tuesday at ) o'clock. the will be welcomed.at I.... r.W .*? _.. ., tW share o* ' '
she skin. whisk. at rfcktfvll BM*. U :.

) Mn. U 1C. Bishop, Jr. will bet 1.30 when they will bold;::.'a adda roan ha..it.to .bw# .see.....cad aalmatw d..t.s Wool aswan LESSON;;

hostess to the Gleaner Thursday business and social meeting. iaimatp -..- ts..amm a W01008
I ban riled 0. n... ream rf Mtk wad
Porte, bra area Raw lab the ton a* t .treey
We Hate Pewit b.....it d.WAW ta "UIM a w. rwms..N ... h ."'.....' web m + anti
Pre-Wtr Full Spring Construction -ftisr rt=ua .... s.dd rashes : .. :; = patients .Iile

Ia peemlt Ita _..... kw es..se- Ad"wAaANrgfo
TILT-BACK STUDIO COUCHES all .... femme at ttib wins ,-.. C
pwwd annoy basis t. arse, that dMkMM :: llFlOEHE
s r Also AU-Steci Whl a.-..*. S"W" ACevu" A a1uAw I. the Resell,
AM 60 murlinBr to IBM W MMMr ""oft COiw "A0eAN ,
al ...* tm W ae @Va..* wed ... "IAa"'LCnT Prescrlpties
nm .. II fcr .B MM kr BXKCmOLT.BM. Deprr.enc.,
... .".-.... -- .. .....
SMITH-GRAVES FURNITURE COMPANY' w.... raw ...-.- war the ..well.trleed. .
.. w LAONA RICK 610 11- 0he
XftOMB 'ATX. M N. E. 1ND ST.s 005t. Seat era salsa fee ./0e1..
FH4NKHI-J. meat orwr'ikn r ample pshlae. __ ( HIC:" OHIIO sfO, ** 1'u't U .o !." 1 ,,,. t.- "

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< i3/lied l. HOMESTEAD LEADER AND -ENTERPRISE! Pap Seven_ :nQctobef I

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.nIllRDmm m.lIUmllq Umpt>ry for S.:W. Ajsobrook.. .' will: treasurer.-. Z: Huttoo. .:1

"Announcement weer.ude.to- "A-seven-pound baby girl' was

: day that Happy Good Luck of born Thursday to Mr. and Mrs J.! CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

20 Years Ago Florida qty la the winner of "the H. Roberts. Mrs. Robert Is at 1'1Icellne .I

Jheyutlfut, looxurlous touring automobile present at the horn* of her; mother
offered a* the grand prizein 'in WsrcroMt T *
.f liA2'I' First Insertion Iftc t libel) subsequent" Insertion* ;
1II1111111i IU 11I11I11I111111111111111I1111I111I the famous male beauty contest "A telegram was received last ,

of the Redland District . Saturday stating that Mr. and I i
Tic fallawtae Is... of aappaalanRtvaaty __ __,. :.
-- n n
years M* to real nra..a The ten highest contestant and Mrs. E. D. Taylor, Jr., former nnnnnnn 1
w tubes ham ... oftile their respective standings are:: residents of Homestead the mn-1 LOST8MONTHOLD
gemailaad .-. ....... JaaaII. I are , FOR RENT I! f
IMA, aad main* Oat tt. I.... Happy G. Luck, 1313; Eddie Sil- parent of a seven pound girt" t
with the .nil.I ......, otak. verman, 1312; Bill Strickland, I "Juanita Clark celebrated her ROOMS and apartment Reasonable POINTER PUP,
.... .... IA HIS.
1307; Willie McConnell 1300; ninth birthday with a Prt7.t the rates, hot water and show.n. vicinity Princeton. Notify L. H. !

"Fifteen hundred dollar In cash, Fred Schmidt 1295; Frank Skill,, home of her parents Mr. and Mrs: Palm Hotel florid City. Greer, Phone S9T-M-2. (013) i f

and pledge totaling $8,000 are 1295; Carl Deden 1294; Thomas Sam Clark Wednesday .* [I

sought by a committee representing Harris, 1290; John Peacock: 1282; The ladles of the Pioneer Guild' FOR SALE LOST-Black zipper charge purse) t

the Redland District Chamber Chas. T. Fuchs, Jr.. 1281. ." kindly offered the Guild Hall for Air Corp insignia, on 2nd Ave. j'

of Commerce: and the tomato The Rev. 0. M. Freeman and the children' matinee musical I NICE PLOW MULES cheap. Keep money and return key* \ J I

grower and related interest of son, Harold commenced the erection last Saturday afternoon . It Some harness and plows. Frank and purse to Leader-Enterprise.. / f

Pad County, enable the work of a house on their Silver came as e great, surprise to the Johnson Quail Roost id400 j"
of combatting -the railhead rust Bluff lot this week. children Mrs. AnnIe Mayhew yd*, west of Road |11 on right PERSONAL' ''I,

of tomatoes to begin at once ." The Redland P.T.A. met Mon FlUpatrkk's ,pupils, that nearly It windmill. Owner on premises ----i' {?
TU has been placed on the day night and elected the follow- two hundred people turned out to to 5 or Phone. Miami 4K6 IF' YOU want to get Harried q f

ground'during the preterit week Ing officers president, Mrs A. 1. bear their little program which (013) write Boa it, Vancouver, Wash.1FRIEt .1'; tJ2IU
''tor the two neW' stores In Home-' Chandler; vice-president, II.... H. was entirely made up of their ordinary BABY CARRIAGE wad. ( ) \

f sibad td-b6.'rorWructedby ?: T< R. Core; secertary, Mrs. Dan Rob, clap work. . ." . Phone 127.W illghtlr. '(020) '" U Exceal. acid causes jrocf .

iNSULATB'tOV BOMB, OFFICr ,B arose NOW"WITH JOBNS-MANVIU.B HOCK WOOL $3 DOWN. $3 monthly, Price pains of Stomach Ulcer, fodb* 1gatio
Lot 6U1SJ N.W. corner $300.1 ne Heartburn,, Belching
Aid it tad Jit Bloating Nausea. Ca P&104 \
ave.SAME .
GENERAL INSULATING COMPANY get free sample,. Utilize :a1 i
Price Lot
II TERMS $250. I Brown's Pharmacy (pnl4. .1 2
: Txltt at SOl N.W. M *ry it

WSrlATINS BrBCIALtrr 'BIADO.UASTEU MIAMI REACH Ali Uncoils Rd, TaU Sa-llM. e. B. ALLEN, Mrs Owner 1328 S. Miami. ive.,Miami , WANTED .I ,
JORNS-MANYiLLH.SOCK: WOOL laaalatkm. __ B... WARM la ...... aad' COOL ta BUMMER. BAIY Fwmaato.rRXR (poll
........ CaM Ntw far Ffa*< .......
CHICKEN a PASSENGERS riding Miami t ,
MANURE-You load "
OM af the about tapartaal dtraJoaMat. this, II... They, apply "lam .. the wire ka .loa... flltan aat every morning. Leave at 7:30.:
hiuL PIne Ridge Poultry
hi UM la.ulatlaa af Almost and VILLC ROCK: WOOL. 10BN..N'1 I I"row h MW what ... afffca, ar Farm t mile west Florida Call M8-W and ask for Joe.
other buildings. hi UM M af BOCK "BLOWN U MOM4 which k applied k vary aoa fana>U. JOHN... .1 City
WOOL. Tub material ta shadowy 11!_ late KM ntllnn W ..U...... than err TILLS ROCK: WOOL Insulation Marl.paylat Phone : 8-W. (olJU) (P013):! :
.rat, permanent and 'I" la "nkkl.ad stint M "iftMUn barrier against viola far Itself the pmaaal k b pat I WANTED-Room and ..
or room
wlU Mt support cereals llf.. The old and wooer fc-t. OlllnnWIMInn d tot continues to Mum dill..... h '... FOR SAlX-Small home, practl-
Insulating sales *t JOHNS-MANVILU: stan located develop (. Ute savings and borrowed ante wait ....1 tally new fumlahed ready to board by single young man

ROCK WOOL a. standard lor Tl pan, I building a virtual M.M tarrlc b, .)! pacing yaar. Coatntta ara taken >laky > move In. Wide variety of fruit, taking permanent position here.Phone .
It .,owdingly high der to the camas looting all UM k.t'ta>llwrtto apaea. :; this Alms for .11 treat of aaaia>arel>l 1 trees and shrub Excellent, Leader-Enterprise.
,t.,. confined air alb wklch art m. saw .. .ba -. Is viols -so ..,........ location. Priced less than would

....... l. Uw wad 'toeII. ROCK: WOOL mom tiniii.* bat ..._ /. Runway.The W. account ,....,_ that run Mil thla coat to build today. Owner, A.1 HELP WANTED
preUcti homes mint beat !. umiur daring bed m nay boot *e>.. .. rim NOW far estimates while Innlatlw.
Supply five block east of
and the oM wintry Mutt" of ._ the iW, M .. M a,IL BlUx wnt'rvliub I kMtorkh an still available and prim 10 GIRLS OR WOMEN for wait-
T,.. GENERAL INSULATING 00..t may _alt but ..IKI& Pan .... YM will Smith and .,11.-.' Krorne Ave. on Kings Hwy row and counter service OffU I 1cera'
MIAMI BEACH wnplon only. airports hi d..... Tk beat that tctu w many M Service.4l. Turn left at goat milk sign.
R. ALLEN (o6U) Mess, Homestead Army
.t.. hw.lMJiwof p.gleael, Air Field. Phone 390! Extension ,
MM, swill bows h, thin ,
Florida. panaaaDy Revolution Rating;;.Mi J RARE AND UNUSUAL trees and 134. olj) I II

wary John Ha kj- my p.bla was to I plant Landscaping and grove I

f big pr.fa.laa. with May Pairs af tr.,'" planting: Sunny Grove Nurseries I LOCAL WOMAN capable of becoming ) ,
This Job Will Bea Ins and experience .. a. be. hiaUlM palm Ave., S mile west manager of dress store.

fOHNI-MANVILUC ROCK WOOL ha.. of Florida City, Phone B83-W. Starling's, U S.E. Flagler Ave.

Utica la hundreds w bean, ........ (28tf) tolStf), .
Job lurches and commercial ..iwia,.
lk ak tile Miami --.... I
After the War! JUDOB'B COURT 1 I



Help Wanted i TO DECEASED ALL NOTICE CREDITORS TO CREDITORS LEGATEES;I i! We pick, pack and sell your fruit. r t




at the .101 Mlftad_. see sod draiaadi required wkkh to re.prawM, ar tltlMr any Silver Palm Fruit Growers' Assn. I )
of pan, may haw contact the Eatato af
DUNN _. lala
J! . of the City af Pi>nama
Ul. Slat af Vbw, CO-OPERATIVE
Grower-owned non-profit
NARANJA ROCK CO. .-I.... to the Gush Judge of Did.
Coasts Florida, al kb "' ,... In tile
Court Heap at 1110..... FlurMa. within Packing House la en the Seaboard Railway la Redlands j
llht calendar mouths from the data of
Ute tint Publication of thin MHlra. Each South of Plummer Drive ; t
Phone 573- claim ar dnaaad seat W In writing and

part mutt afftaa state address Ute. place."f the of TCaldrara rlalmaal and and Phone 232-J-3: W. M. Crow, Mjf r.A. ; !
newt be swore to by the claimant his
I: .....,. w hit .ttnmty ar the mine will
Mi- me vet* smadlow to Is-. I
This tltk *ir bf o.J..f.I.: *... -- r

A.H. A.Ancillary CAM r.RON.Admlabtratnrmm V. B. BAILEY. HO Wart Sib tka alai ,......., rajaidud hi PM Hunk .,
uataataato anew af mat New Yn* Cltr. N. V. aaa II, Public Bamnta 'at Dad CtraMy.Lot .
the lot... of Orortta Coded BAILEY PROPESTIM. INC, a .U.aolvad i I
Duns, dacraard.JOS. Now York eofX tttoa, and all N.haw" .. Oaa la BtecV ElaMl tau Kfartit
A PARISH. w.hs. .saws .. MMrwt' ape NZ I. BI.rh Filet and Ls am". e
Attarnay far Aatlllary Administrator trustees or Mr .,her party claiming ayIkrawk Nina T..l hi Blob Bina of TOWNOF ,
GLADE SUPPLY ego -to Seneca na.tr ... ...1..., MM ._,... HOMESTEAD a ...WI._ aoaard.
: & GROVE CO (Wait Palm Seas, Ftorlita.1 _tIoa. I L nand tV Now York lag hbw pled lbea.., raw '''' '
i. ,M. IS. 10. IT. No.. .. IMI Cl.... N. Y. Book d al an ace. Puklta Kmlaa af I IDaaaOaanty !
and FlorUatLota
,aINCETON. FLORIDA SIX: M. MARSHALL, kb wlf.i, adarawanki THKODOMJ RAII.EY, Dawns Plurlda, Twalra. Lr-D"o-;! Nlnrtara af 1 y''
Telephone Ut..I'r.. O. Box 1SI _. I. FELLOW BAILEY I K. nand St.. J. W it aanord. / N,
WILLIAM IEA..IIAN.II" a.d N Maw Yak C..... N. Y, BARBARA C. Ins to tilt plat bawd ....... hi Plat '
..1111, WILLIAM IA8RANIIY,mar.rttr4 his MASON . '
wlfai address ..rah..n.JAMBS City, N. Y., end OTTO OOMMASCR. IME. Gwnl. P'hw/d.r 'f
II:. L. nooam ...4 ifrM. arrN Mtk St., Now York City, N. Y.. Hli Lou Tklrty-four, Tklrty-Nva a-.I ,_ f
. KII8 JAMB II:. L. OOOOIN. his' !,_ af ha Pima uty af a>U dissolved two af TATUM'S ADDITION armrdlaa I '
WE HAVE AVAILABLE .".1 add,, ..h.... New Yak Caraantlaw. Ballay ....... .. to tha plot tkaranf mniiil to Plat Rnak ' **
W FREDA D. SMITH VAN ANDEN ad- tae. I, pan II*. FaklM Bafonb r Uada ;
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draw, ...."--. JAMES *. CASTItLLOW. aid It c..no." FIarWa I

;k One Carload'Certified MR JUAN*. JUAN YIQUlAOO.YIQ.UIAGO ewe...U wlfal.ad.M. marri**.. kU worried_., MRS.aMraia lAM a.k_*.CAITELLOW.1 LoOln armilln af B. K.to UVINOBTOH tile PIN U.,.,.ADDITION ... ,' .
draw DEFERRED PAYMENT PLAN, rdad M Flat B.nk I. piaa "l Pahlto .
GARCIA arks-wa.sad If Hill BulMlnr. Brraeuaa N. Y. sa arda af Dada c.."',. ,.-...... r I
astral MR* M
GARCIA. hit wlfal address, ..akaowa.B. i WILL I. lIOERNBR aa4 .Ha..1 Late Twa, These Foar. n... II.. and f i'
(Blue Tag) F. HAY end H ......... MAIN B, F. BORRNER. hit, vtftl aaar*. ."h Tmtyfaar af Llxrro'M' ADDITION
BAY. his iHftl address aakaaant.JESHIE : THB CARTER CURITY a I _"W la Ika plat theme rraar, rt to i 1
''i .: : II:. MACEAY. and DOROTHY COMPANY a dissolved Ptortd..Wyss. Plot Haak *. pan ... Public Breads af KDada
Pontiac B. MORSE. bah sink I d&a.aef Uaa. and WILLIAM I. CARTER aaaaaairf. I CHialy, FtorMal .
....-. ESTHER: V. CARTER and ERN Lou a..h.n' Itlorh_. Ninny's and
J. B. VAM HORN and If manM.MRB. EST W. CARTER.: M tflrarton aa4 Im.kM Tii of .. L. IIOIIER" SECOND ADDITION i -.
/ B. YAM HORN, his wtfa| ... af Ika Oartar Security a Lad Caal-: according to Ika Plat /Hereof ra- ;yrord.d
'Seed Potatoes draw ....-. any, s dlaialM Martaa aarparatlaa| to Flat Baok I. pan III af la* {
ETHEL M. PXBRIM and LEWIS PER- sod If any af Ikaka ab.r."a" _rioI..... ,_ Awards af Dada r-a,,,. Florida ,
BIN her ka .....1 address ..._. .... all partial .. vaiaaaa listening TOO ARE HEREBY ORDERED AND i
P. J. "BRICKEN nd tf marrtad. MRS. .. tataraM waaar a.M ..,....... wUfcar DIRECTED: in y ur Aaaaamnar M the
P. J. BRICKEN. him vital ....- w.kaava. . af _. diamond ar ............ la- PtolatlfT. Bill af Omplahrt ... tk* Sri
ahalla kh ar kar .balm ...laiai, ana.ar day af Naaaaikar A. D.. IMI, tn tk* af."rURTHER .
Our service Is.lever, tat w* kIt MARGARET ALMEDA: FAYLOB. end atknr ...._... maarar tic of aw Crouch a the C/rrstt = besod
M .......... -- -- FAYLOB wrb Peron N..aa If dead, .... all for Beds calmly. rkrld. ..
.,and are (rylBg'eonsUuiU: le Inpreve Ik .? aar ........ R P D, V....... 01,_ Saba 01.110"s natal aafanaaatt la tkhaaaaa. 4 Pro Overview will lu ..M.n.dYes1u51
T 'f. *Vm D. MAX BOW, aad W _........ MRS.D. . .M all partial a* vkrtlwraalaral.
MAX BOW. hit aHfa. 1111 FalnbwStrrat aaraarata ar .rtJ.: . 1'1' III ORDERED: that thin
Mt la ape laadi fcaialaaXaif a..>H>...t.. .......' Order ka paalaka4! aaaa 4 weak far faunoa..emle
lf> t-aio't-n. .. Navy, Rod hw he'. tkmaak ar patter BAILEY '1101'.' ,. wa-kt to the llaiamrtaailOlarprlM.
AMELIA BLACK ROW big wife MM ERTIRa. INC., a ittanlvwl fir, Y.....) ...... a aampapar ,olMiai '
"; talk llnwt. N. R. Mt. *a..... re...... f-VeDRrw. awl. THAI CARTER: SKCVaV to DMk c...,*. rUTWa.IMINK .
THE CIRCUIT COURT Or TUB sisal. a* at. JIof-.... FI.IIIAB1CTH JANE, : BOW MACEY. and rrr a LAND COMPANY, a akaair>d. AND, ORDKRKD at Mlwl rhr.Ma. "
i'' ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C1RCITITIN Nn. I 74". RAILEY W. MACEY JPAar kaakaad 1nrIoI. .a as.tl.a. | this STtk ir oil Sn...aifa' A, P. !
AND FOR DADS COUNTY,' I rORECLORCRII or TAX BALI1rCHTIFK Cama Ca a.b.it. KMtarkr. 1 I MM tan* Was fcmlW hi UnllTliloa. hi '*"'
FLORIDA "ATKH MARY MACLARKN BOW 1). Any,! the City ., Mnawalaa rlorMa. Row Pow 1tirulsrb I It II: MUTHKRMAir.CWrtt { f
...., af MM Clnt II Case
JJI ORDER FOR PI'IILICATIOM. A-T"44. WAAC Dal. -- m rolbiwa, f
CHANCERY IN TMR MAM. OP THAI '.'.0. N.. *ai. ./. P" v..r.A.l, Mavf Led r.taW af a P. ADAM ADDITION. CIRCVIT: C/X7RT IIKA 1.1
CITY or HOMESTEAD a naairipaiparaMaa .or STATB OF' FLORIDAsTO Y.... M. Y. \ -.. to Ika part. tkaranf reaad.d laPIN : B"( WM. *. rromnim.
af' ... BUM .. Flarlaa TUB OEPEHDANTflt Hook *. pan .. PaWU awards afDaaa I Dapaty Cbrk
: L CROWLEY aaj MRS. IL tCROWLEY. \ CaaMy. PlarMa i IRA c:. HATCOnt.I .
VON Ma wlfel ...... wkaaim THE.\YANT.ADSI J f Lota Tkna.: Paar aced .,..... to Black. Aleor..P fee Flat.tiff..
flit, 'STATE, Of y1asIDA, :.t -.-" CHARLES ::11', .a4lWlAUo. aa4 LIS.J READ I OM of BARBER ADDITION, ad an tef ..tort.II, M. 'ft..w1. "") .


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: Pltait Efrtt HOMESTEAD. LEADER AND ENTERPRISE October 13. 1944 i if.

5I ,____ Homestead, F B. live Ben Archer 1..8S.O (
six requirement; met of them 40 MOO CO, W. 'I'Newton,
Your Dates J. V. English: J. J. Robto- applying u MBtfUUaa In.Via' poUce.-department, from $1(0.90 to Alt CONDITIONED
toll, Bedland District Newt, C G. amps. -according to Broughmin.' $U9.00; R. H Wormy policeman
fl' Calderwoad F. U. Well, Eugene There art about ISO tamp. ex-' front 9190.flO ta $18100; Elmer ROLLER SKATE /
Sam Fontaine, and Georg Cooper, Potted to operate, and owner* of Sullivan, fire,chief, from 91694 IN COMFORT I IE
about SO have already applied for' to $171.00; a K. tmua, fireman,
.. ........... C
- __. 14 to 11** f. M.i .
CAPE SADLE ROAD health unit permit. | tram $11145 to $14900; i MEATS. FATS-Red 10-polnt : The six requirement are: 1, Ivey, light and water superintendent Admission -i 35*. flu tax
tamp AI through U and AS (Continued From Page One) I,That they shall provide a property *' from 1173.39 to $293.W;;
t ;, through KS good indefinitely make It Impossible for sportsmen installed well: :J, install a' B. A. Stafford, chief operator,: Venetian
I t Mew tamp Oct 29 desiring to fish to take advantageof eK-primlng fore pump: I, provide -]I, from 919339 to $1'15.0': Tranny
t PROCESSED tOO QS-Blue 10-, this opportunity . a concrete acton with a dlJ' M. Harris, operator, from 'II US I Skating Rink
i point stamps At through Z8 and "nerefore be It resolved by the' meter of six feet around the well''to $10 M; T. T. Bowen, operator -
AS through RS good indefinitely city oouncll of the city of Han.-, casing at the surface (the con-]I from $131.23 to $KtOO; E. Z. J," SW Jt7Ui Ave, Mfaunlfor
New stamp Roy 1, I stead that the board of county crete to be six Inches In tilt _. Thompson, operator from $''1.25 '
y, SUGAR-Stamp* 30 31, 31 33 commissioners of the county of, ter, sloping to four inches at the. to $1 0.00, Amos Weatberry, lineman
i In Book Four good indefinitely Monroe sad the board of<< county.J, edge); 4, provIde tightly-covered from $18339 to $17500.;
I for five pound each. commlMlonen! of the county of garbage containers and arrangefor James Simmons lineman, from Pre .
I Dad be requested to co-operate proper disposal of garbage and $191.29 to $1 0.00; W. C. Shuler pt
I Stamp 40 good for 9 pound of on..rib. the other in. plan rubbish; *, provide proper toper-! lineman, from $14339 to $18780;
canning sugar through Feb. 2$ of which the city council believes vision of quarters; and 9, provide D. L. McKinney, mechanic, from CAB SERVICE
next for year. Spar stamp 17 good will at aU Umea afford Ingress or fire protection, either extinguish.' $19123 to $14000; 1. L. Strlck-
J canning IIIIrInW Mar Lt egress from the Cape Sable area en or barrels and bucket: If land oiler, from $12900 to at reasonable rates
49. I to the city of Homestead. aa follows barrels are wed, they must be $139.00; Robert Glenn, water department -
) GASOLINE-A-ll coupon good, : kept oiled to prevent mosquito from $14900 to $IU.OO;
through Jfov. t. e i "(a) By the transfer end conveyance breeding. West Lawrence helper, from Day Phone ._....... 9108
BHOES-Airplln. stamps 1 andS of the right of way In $10000 to $11000; Mr. Gladys
) (Book 3) good Indefinitely. New' Dade and Monroe counties to the CITY RAISES WAGES Walker, bookkeeper, from 9137JO Night Phone ....._ 239
\ shoe lamp to become valid Nov. Nit road department In order to 145.00; Mr*. Margaret Wynn
i I. I that the state road department (Continued from Pate One), clerk, from $108.34 to $1190. HOMESTEAD CAB SERVICE
may accept and maintain the tame' dep.rtment'who wu liven a raise Weekly wages raised were those F. O. I....... Trees
0 T 11 GRADUATESContinued i a* a state road, or of $1 a week was pushed into a of:
*(b) That the state road de- higher bracket that gives the government L. A. Loper sanitation department
!'J1 ( from rage One) pertinent co-operate with the. the entire $1 raise andI from $38.90 to $40.00; Harry
commissioners of Monroe I I leaves the employee with what he Lorton
not to deliver would place the county aanitatlon department, S. L Kendrick
lip of paper on Ms head, weight and Dade counties In the Improve-)I WM getting before, $24 a week. from $2"0 to $2900; Andrew
tt down with a falr-elxed rock, and ment of this road. . ." The monthly salaries increased Williams, sanitation department JUSTICE Of THE
pad off through the Jungle Themovement Other civic organization are were those of the following: from $24.00 to $29.00, Bert Andrews .
of military supplies expected to adopt Jlmllar resolutions -I R. !. Edwards, city clerk, from park department, from
b. differed only in that no rock wa to emphasize the necessityof 1211.79 to $%25. Tom Baird aanltatlon $3340 to $.0.00; Ed HarrU 'park Birth Certificate* and ether ...
t '. required. then, one day In early quick action fa making the department, from $190 to department from JUG to $29.M; ,Senate acknowledged **4 wit-
*43, the first graduate of Home- Cape Sable road safe for the hauling I 117333; Mrs. Edna Finder assistant > B. S. StudatiU, park. department eesd<.
{ ttead' 'West Point of the ATC of fish out of<< Cape Sable- clerk,from $137.M to $145, from $14.00 to $2900; janitor Odd renew m".
t flew over that boy to cast a en Industry which last year' was i O. H. Sullivan police chief, 'from from $11.OS to $1200. I tf. W. 1st St fle...... Fla
shadow estimated at $00,000 pound
Z on primitive transport - -- -
method for all time. The rest III1l1tor
\l )'." BAHAMA LABOR !
; Captain Wilt wa introduced
: by Paul Loner who acted a* (Continued From Page One) I
I chairman for the meeting. more were expected last nlah'i i
i ) Last season negroes from Jamaica ' MRS EARL THERKILDSON ANNOUNCESReopening
3 LYNCH ELECTED a* well as from the Bahama -,
were worked on South Dad'
: (Continued From Page One) farms and grove, but the J.ma.j
: population, for moat of Oil high cans were found lea adaptable
I pin ridge In Dade County I II located I. and not a* easy to get along with
in the Bedland District1 I" the Bahamas, 10 only Bahaman -! .
The chamber manager exhibited will be used here this year.' !
a map prepared by him showIng The Jamaican will be cent to "
the narrow ridge of pine land dewlston where they will be able, ..
running through Dade County' to lead their own type of community -
Mr. Canon I* a former industrial life because of the great number -.
!kf analyst and his entire talk wa of them that can be employed '
Illustrated by graph, map and on the sugar plantation of the
i Other exhibit that made fill The Could farm labor camp I
point easy to grasp. had (00 Bahama resident at the
Member of Redland Chamberof height of last season while the
Commerce for year 1944-184S Homestead camp located at Mow-
are F. Goodwin, Jo*. L. Htckson ry rd. 'and the "Five Mil road"'
i J H. Brook, Cha T. FuchMary had 350.About.
) B. Stadlg, John S. Magley, Curtis I third a* many as the, TASTYWAYFor
t, I:. Lee, Harold I:.Kendall Luther total of the two camp were
K. Chandler, A. F. ...Arthur M.M. loused In quarter provided by I
Mlnkler Frank M. (Kent. Cecil their employer on or near the
t Barber, C. M. Oormly Mr*. Eleanor farm where they worked. '
Froescher, Jullu Davli, J. R. Warning wa Issued last weekto ..
Brook, Earl V. Wilson, H. W. grower who expect to operate .
I Johnston, John M. Brown, S. J. transient farm labor camps that
Ridpour. they must apply Immediately to
the Dad County Health Unit for
!i. Brewer Kit Carson F. O. Plum- operating permit*-a requirement
mar, Tho Edmonds, Dan U not enforced last year but due for "
Meeker: Frank Skill. Andy Ter- ".IrtIht" regulation this season, Restaurant '
burg A. W. Undgren. B. W. Mor- according to Russell Broughman,
If t fix Roy 8. Chandler. Jo*. X Du- director of the be.lthIII1t'.* sanitation -
Mond, Mr*. t: R. Tlsdale Preston bureau ;
l t a Bird Walter Weiss, Arthur Grower who fall to make Business Exclusively
t I Rtlchert Robert Dorm, Cha C., application will nave their requests -
f t: Turner Frank W. StUlman Tho for labor denied be emjhasUed. -
I : E. Kirby, First National Bank of Grower mult meet .'
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