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: November 3, 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: VID00671
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Turner Engages Parman to Design Ji Jir '








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The live polling placet in the
Badland District along with the USDA and State Send Experts Here ;

lot other In Dade County will To Help Find Control for Bean MoldBoth t
Architect Clarence J. PanneD 1 1of
open at 7 a. nv, Tuesday, Nov. T, ROTES TO MARK
-- Homestead ha been engagedto I
y for voting In the general election
state and U. S. Department soil the hold-over tclerotla: oe the draw the plan for a tour-story
which place in office
candidate 20TH YEAR WITH
from president of Agriculture pathologist fungus. 6 -room hotel to be erected by
to constable. The Moore Wm. H. Turner o( Redltnd. "jukebox
are now working with the Sub- Dr. W. D. government
'poll* will close at 6:36 p. m. tropical Experiment Station In its pathologist stationed at Fort Lauderdale YULE BANQUETThe king" of Dade,County, on the fold
Polling place are as. follows: to direct the state bean Krome Avenue Hotel site t
Precinct 110, Perrlne Community effort to control the bean mold mold project, was here Wednesday which he recently bought at city f
House; Precinct 111, Liggett that baa Infested about ten thousand and will ,be here much of the 20th anniversary of the of Homestead tax foreclosure sale.
Store, Goulds; Precinct 112, acres of marl In South FlorIda time Dr. Ruehle laid. Homestead Rotary Club will be The structure will embrace the
Princeton Casualty Station Pre: wall of the boom time
; Robert Gardner Wison who recently first floor
elect 113 Dr. Ceo. D. Ruehle, station celebrated at the annual Christina
Homestead fire station; conducted experiment In structure left standing when collapse -
Precinct 114, Florida City town head, announce a rubber project in Haiti hal been party on the evening of Dec of the 1924-2S real estate
hall. Dr. A. N. Brooks from the State stationed here permanently by 27, director of the club decided bubble stopped construction shortly -
Interest of course Is focuses on laboratory if Lakeland arrived the U. S. Department of Agriculture Wednesday afternoon.M. after It was started. The ground
'the presidential race In which Tuesday to try out on the Russell to assist. the Subtropical Experiment J. Heck, manager of Bur- floor will Include a spacious
Franklin D. Roosevelt is a candi- Home farm methods he found Station' new pathologist dlne'i Lincoln Road Shop and lobby, grill and cocktail bar. and
date for a fourth term and hiss successful In titre"celery section. Buoy L Border, In the,bean. composer of The song, "When shop of an exclusive nature, a. .
Republican opponent .to GoV. Tom His pUn b to eliminate from the Project "* Johnny Come Marching Home," planned for the hotel of 20 ;years
Dewey of New York but of Importance The Investigators plan to make which wa popular during World ago. The Sf bedroom will occupy -
to Florida voter also extensive varietal planting to War One, was the rpeaker at the the three upper floors, :33
are nine proposed amendment to BEAN CEILINGRAISED find a bean that has resistanceto luncheon meeting Wednesdaynoon room to t floor.
the state constitution which are' the mold Dr. Ruehle said, and In Legion Hall. His subject Mr. Turner Intended to follow
j up for adoption or rejection at they will also test various fungicides was "Business Practice With a* closely a* possible plan of the
t I this election. They arc at follow: TO $4.80 -(prays and dusts-for con- Customers, Labor and Manufacturers. original project, but he has been
Amendment No. trol value. ." unable to locate theM, so Mr.
1
would limit
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the state's maximum
tax on intangibles FOR NOVEMBERRaising
(stock, bonds, mortgages evolve a brand new design
and other securities) to two Bringing of More Pay Rolls Here from the first floor up.
Dill*. This tax ceiling now It of the November ceiling By providing housing that will

(Continued on Page Four) on snap bean from 13.25 to To Concern New C. of C. CommitteeLocal Homestead be available Army to service Air Field famllle who of

$4.SO was announced by the OPA now have to commute between
Dr. Ruehle Inspects late Tuesday in a long distance Red Cross Unit A commute for economic development Homestead and Miami. or Coral
Fibre Experiment Plots call received by L. L. Chandlerof one of whose dutieswill Gables, Mr. Turner hope to obtsin -
I Could, vice chairman To Benefit by Tag Day building priorities that will
Dr. Ceo. D. Ruehle, vice-direc of the be to survey the possibilities permit construction without waiting
tor In charge of the Subtropical' Florida Vegetable committee, a* To raise fund for operating the for establishment of small for the end of '.he war. A*-
Experiment Station, poke on I he and other director assembled local Red Cross wilt headed by business and industrial enterprise to financing of the project,he said
mango at the West Palm BeachRotary II.. at Clewliton for a meeting to Mrs. B. A. Titbits, the homestead In the Redltnd District, was one yesterday that was the "I.eaaof ;

also Club visited meeting the Tuesday.He Boynton. press a previous request for lifting Business and Professional Wom- of five committee appointed by his worries." "

sansevleria. test plot ot the U. S. I of the ceiling to offset re- en' Club U planning a tag,day President S. 3. Lynch at a meeting -
Department of Agriculture and cent storm losses. for election day: Nov 7. of the Redland District Cham- "UNACCREDITED"RUMOR j
,aw experimental work for cordage Others attending the Clewlston Mr*. Ben Archer is general her of Commerce board of directors
i. fibre from aansieverla and meeting from Dade County were chairman. Mrs. Monday night "Member ql
Herbert Katx and
,roselle and cloth fibre from ramie. J. Abner Cox of Princeton E. W. Mrs; W. 1C. Walton will have the committee are T J Fitzgerald SPIKED
Line of South Miami and Dixon charge In Homestead; Mrs. TM Roy S. Chandler,J. R. Brooks
Capt. Patterson to Be Pearce of Miami, director pf the I Earl V. Wilson and Frank M.
in
r committee, and County Agent C. Kent Princeton; Mrs W. M ATRIA. MEETING I
Speaker at Men's ClubAt H. Stcffanl of Homestead.The Crow, in Goulds; and Mrs Fritz Kent.
Schroeder, In Florida City, The other committees appoint. 1
the meeting of the Men" December ceiling will be ed are composed ,ar follow: national A program on cafeteria and
Club the Homestead set after November crop report affairs--Preston B. Bird A.
of Presbyterian Free Lessons for HorseShow health work, a phase of the year's
have been received by the OPA. F Arthur and
F. U. Well
Church at the Tapawingo ; membership theme "Know Your School"
y was
this evening Capt. M. R. Patteron Bean harvesting In Dade County Given Saturday -Walter Weiss. Mrs. Mary presented at a ,well attended
.r. of Homestead Army Air Field win not begin before late in B. Stadlg, Mrs. Eleanor Froscher, Homestead P. F
T. A.
will speak India where he December, but Pompano and the The date of the Redland District C. O. Calderwood. R. P. Barfleld meeting on
on was
Oct. 21. Mr .
" Mabel .Mathi* of
:stationed for two yean.BAXLET I Lake Okeechobee section are ship horse show and gymkhana and Kit Carson; bUd't't-LrnCh.1: j Miami Jold how the CItdeview'
ping now and the higher ceiling hat been changed to Nov. 19,
Ill, announces I Thos E. Kirby and Carson; building Schcol ha solved certain
: dooms BURNS panted 1* to offset losses In that Mr: Harold J:. Kendall -Kirby and Carson cafeteria
problem, and Mrs.
k.; A;email frame house bq"Palagd area from the hurricane of Oct. II. at whose home the event will take i I, set third grade gave Harry a demontratlon Coop..

\ ? rd., south of Biscayne dr. The setting of I tomato price place. :Dodd Reopens Shop HereAfter ( lesson In selecting a well
occupied by Mr. and Mr*. J. M. ceiling to be effective an.. 1, Free lessons in preparation for 2 Years in Radar balanced meal; From the physical -
(Ii Bexley, was destroyed by' fire IMS, "has been postponed until the the show are to be given at the education claws Aortl Gaskin -
r Monday forenoon All 1U content second week In December Chan- Kendall home on Silver Palm dr. Cecil ,Dodd has reopened his gave an Interpretative tap
were lost save for a few dler' said Wednesday. For the, and Naranja rd. etch Saturday at Radio Sale and Service shop In dance and Jean Bcmlcker and
f. persons effect salvaged by Mrs. present the ceiling on Irish po. 'clortc by Mrs. Eugene Fan the Caves building on N. Krome Jusnita Smith gave a ball dance.
'$exley. The fire was lighted by tatoe has been left at the 1M4 .. ., _lpoIUIOt of the show, tve. which he closed April 1C.I Principal B M. Htodnuuv U
firemen .t the air but who relayed figure, S38S. W bone by this show to bring 1M3 to IcNp.dvO- service position correct a current rumor. Mated
the call to Homestead and togetl.tr the people who like to a* field radar technician that Homestead. Senior High
Mnty fire unit The budding THE WEATHER ride" Mr*. Fontaine aid yester for military installation* at Atlanta School .Is, like all the other senior
'1N\- in ember before either *p- 0fft0I0I wtM seen_w a.atr...... day. "The lessons are free and Morrison Field, Philadelphia -.high schools .of the county, an
:. : paratu could reach it, however. -- --. a---. """- the entrance fee for each show and Oklahoma City. I accredited school

DUe Max .... Bar. Kate event will be only ten rent" Rejected for military service at) This means, he aM, hat It U
COZE LKADEKS PICKED .,Those who attended last Satur- Camp handing a year ago because and has been since 1(21 approvedby
Cheer leaders successful In the Oct H _t2 U 20.034M day's practice were Mr. and Mr of high blood pressure, Mr. both the state department
iMUiiJ High School try-out this Oct 27 -M U KM Harry Cooper and daughter, Dodd became chief inspector for]public iastruct'on and by.,the,
year arr. Kathleen Campbell. Oct. 2* .<__.* M M11 Janet, Mr. and Mrs,Wm, McCul- the Communications COL, a radar)Southern Association of Colleges ,
eapUbi, Mary June Hartta. Roee- Oct. 29 ..._,78 43 Mil lough. their: eon Billy, and daughter. manufactuiiiui firm In Coral C1e- ...* S- *a>T School. This i
s. Mary' hurt,' loan Marga- Oct. 10 _*_11 42 30.13 Dorothy Bobby Galloway, Me. a xmtlon width V h.Vf _'.*-.n* ffII smrovsl Is accepted by
GebT", Miriam TOcar -\MdIe Oct31tt S3 .3017 Otis and Jan Gamma and tit .... -' ... __ American eoDeges, be eont. -'
*d Lets Odos How I .-.M ,M MO Sv-nnd Harold Kendal M-V-' 4" ...


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SULLIVAN I Ii! IWMVWIWIWTWnniVVVttJV. .-., .;


OPENS NEW CAFE i

Thanks for Your Generous Patronage on Our, .. -: V-,
THE FARM HOUSE: . '

Opening Day, Tuesday, Oct. 31 \
The Farm House Restaurant!
operated by Mitt Julia Sullivan.I
daughter ot a pioneer Homestead! ,
family, was opened Tuesday eve
ning at >13 N. E. Flagler ave.
mid a profusion of flowers lent ;
by n-wlsben among resident, The Farm HouseRESTAURANT
and business home of Homestead ,

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Born and reared here, Mix Sullivan -( .
took domeati science,
courses both in high school and
at college. After graduationfrom .
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Florida State College forWomen I "
she taught In Redland until 1 .
December of 1M1 when she -
went to work at the Miami Air . Owned and Operated by : " ..
Depot. A short time ago the resigned -
to open her mUurant .
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I JULIA L SULLIVAN: ;
ROBERT MANSON DEAD I

Robert Manaon, 72, died Sunday -I
In the Kendal Hospital after
an Illness of several month. .
Burial took place Monday In Serving Hours: ," ..
Palm Cemetery at Naranja, with I p .. ..
services. conducted by the Rev.Qeo. .! Breakfast, 6 to 10 a. m. Full Course Dinners and I. '
E. Deuei of Redland.Mr. .
Manson, a native of Scot-) 3 .' a la Carte, 11 a. m. to, 9:30 p. m. ,
land and a carpenter by trade.i t c
came to the Redland District I 13 .
yean ago and bought a grove on I I Sea Foods, Steaks Chops, Chicken. All pastries baked on premises.! '
Halnlin dr, opposite the widely .
known Bonita Crave of Dr, J,I Hot biscuits, corn. bread and rolla served with all meals. .. -:,
Peteraen. Hs leaves known 'l
no
relative In the United State ; Serving only home-grown or fresh vegetables.SANDWICHES ; .
I IRevival I '. \. -' .
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At First Starts Baptist Sunday Church j I ,,', AT ALL HOURS : ;' : % ,;

The McKinley Musical Misses;
gen of Morristown. Term will Special Concessions; ; to Dinner Parties . Reservations . Phone 513-J
arrive Saturday to.aulrt the'Rev.j I
L. B. Crantford, pastor of the, 3 .: "
rim Baptist Church. with revival 3 Service Men and Women Cordially Welcomed ,
j
services which will start Sun 3 ; '
day and continue for two week.1, 3 ... .
The services will behold twice 1 3
pn Sunday- a. tfw nd 8 p. m.1 3 3 ; [ ; >:: ;
-and every.'wttkdaintvenlnt; at, 3 '
I Mr.o'clock.Crantford The public closes I tonight* Invited.a'I 3 3 The Farm HousedRESTAURANT .

successful t'l/C -wftk revival meetIng -! 3 .
at Southilde Baptist ChurchIn 3 3 :.
Miami which It pattered by
the Rev Wm. D. Gravatt Mr*. 3 3 : : .' .: '
Oravatt I* the former Mia Ellen: 3
Vana of Homeitead. 3 ' ;,
3 GOOD. FOOD ISM: GOOD HEALTH ,
BBAOrS SONG ON RADIO 3 .
The melody of Francis J. 3 '
Brady's song Hiuh, Little Angel. -I 313 N. E. Flagler Ave. Homestead, Fla.
," wa presented Monday afternoon -
In a W10D program. i I 3
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Your Dates .1 3
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With Uncle Sara 6'Z mar n. Trazran/ErerarajzraiHHgiurafjfz/afzJzra/iif! .JmJ'ZRRJT'J
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MEATS, FATS "'
-Red stamps I : 1
At through Z8 and AS through PS 1i
good Indefinitely. New itamp' i

Dee.PROCESSED I. : GOODS Blue I

stamps through AS WS.through good Indefinitely.Zf and AS I RED LAND BRAND FERTILIZERS

New tamp Dec. 1.StlGAR8tampa,
30, II, 32, 33
In Book Four good Indefinitely
for five pound each.
Stamp 40 good.for 8 pound of .0.
rannlnc sugar through Feb. 28 of
next year. Spare tamp 17 good I

;' for IMS.canning IUI.rln Mar. 1'1 Consult us about your fertilizer requirements

GASOUNE-A-U coupon good
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through Nov. 8.SHOES.Airplane.
for the
atampa 1, 2 .', coming year.
and 3 (Book 3) good Indefinitely. I .-r

'W Tress.. ::* :' Due to government regulation and shortages


CAB SERVICE : I ... : of several materials we will not be able to ...


I' reusable ralea make ALL of our regular mixtures. But we will

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Day Phone 9108 do our best to supply as near possible what

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you will need.
HOMESTEAD CAB SKBTICSP. -

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*' A seven-pound son, John Harvey , Mrs. Carson will for a while con1tlnue Maleelm'a Mrs. Tracy ;
' Newton, was bops here Halloween -!I to visit at the home of It I Chinned of lI'ICthe.r. Grove 1VELMA'S ;
night to Seabee and Mrs.
OUR SERVICE MEN AND WOMEN
I Wm. Harvey: Newton. Mrs. Newton xxxxaxaxxxtraaxaaxxaxaa axax a.xtixx aaxxs axxaaxxxta a(

the former Miss Alice Wy-; I
.. .-. song, and Baby John Harvey are
ttr "' at the home of Mrs. Newton's
Ensign Norman Benson I Lt. William Arthur son of Mr parents, Ur. and Mrs. J D. Wy-;
Now Diesel Instructor 1'i and Mrs A. F. Arthur has returned song. Mr, Newton, carpenter's. !
to Annapoolla for i course mate, S-c, Is serving in Pacific j
Ensign Norman Benson after In radio engineering.. waters I FORMERLY THE TASTYWAY
e e e
two weeks at bill home In Princeton Geonimo I
Wm. J. Jr. has been
left Friday for St Petersburg Seabee Charles Stetfanl. seaman .1 We wish to announce the change of name of
to boatswain's
mate
promoted second !
1-e arrived here from Davlavllle.
Ha. where he will serve class at the Philadelphia R., 1. Monday to spend an- the Tastyway to Velma's. ,
ai instructor on a Diesel ship for i
Navy: Yard where he la stationed, U-da7leavo with his parents Mr
tile U. S. Marine Corp according to word received by his and Mrs C. H Stelfanlll.I I Serving the Best of t
II* was graduatedthree week parents In Florida City e e %
Ho from the U .s. Maritime Service Offficer M. T. Sgt Walter Thompson Is'
Lunches Dinners
Warrant Ovid Sullivan
Officer Candidate School In again In the Southwest Pacific -
New London, Conn. and receivedan la spending a IS-day leave according to word received by
award for being the outstandIng here with Mrs. Sullivan and their his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sandwiches - Ice Cream .
student In electricity. He I children four-year-old India and A.
BOW holds an engineer's license two-year-old: Walter Ovid. Mrs. Thompson.e e
Sullivan met him In Palm Beach
for operation of ocead-golng
CpL Albert F. Fame who bad
team and Diesel shlpi of when he arrived there from the
any been stationed In Wisconsin left VELMA'SFORMERLY
Caribbean area Sunday night
fconepower. . for Camp White, Ore, Saturday
He Joined the Merchant Marine Monroe Loaner who has beenat after a furlough here with Mrs..
service In March, 1(43 and wean the front In Italy more than Farces, the former Mill Elizabeth THE TASTYWAY
the combat bar and the Atlantic thirty months, expects to be home Homo.Lt .
service bar. These baTs are issued this :year, according to the last . North Krome Ave.AtJt3t7R7tttkJttJt7K11Itltltltuelt3tl11Y1tltts
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only from Washington after letter received from him by his Carson Malcolm, now stationed
navy verification. at Miami Beach, will leave =
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Leaner .
s r soon for Ft Monroe In Virginia. : .sou:tea_!.sss ._
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Lt. Harvey Takes -- -

"Field Artillery Course I .

Fort Sill, OUs. Nov. 3 (FAS) 1IJi
2nd It Harvey F. Rue of Homestead -
Fla., has been selected to
attend the officers special basic AIR
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course of the field artillery rr.

school. at this post.
Lt. Rue, son of Mr and Mrs.
Frank B. Rue of IS NW Fourth
.... Homestead, attended the University -
of Florida before entering
the Army. He was also a mem-
ber of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity PRETTY
He has reported here '
from Camp Chaffee, Ark.. -. ; ":

it e eSgt. P A S. TEL' r&
James McConnell the '
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stationed in Los Angeles recently -::1 : ;: . '. .WOOLS' !
spent ten days here with:nil
mother, Mrs Raymond; Insua. He,I
,te now in Greensboro, ....
awaiting orders for overseas'dUf;: -; .' '
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all workers the right to'

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employment whether hey ONDERFUL color ,
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belong to a onion or not
fashion -fresh details'

i It will put an end to the make these the prettiest wools "

evil practice of forcing \ in town! Holiday-bright, under /

': workers to par some union !
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overlord for a "Permit before your new short coat-they are

they can get a job I warm-perfect from desk to

, I I date! See the whole collection-be-
"IT IS SIMPLEAMERICANISM"
k. I ruffled shirtwaist and 'coat dresses,
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I glitter splashed dirndls, sweet little

a:. Vote for Amendment No I suit dresses! And sing about their
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ELECTION vide for four.yer term of office':
HOMESTEAD LEADER for county commissioners and forstaggering
(Continued From Page Ont) of their term so that
AND XNTERPRISKIt five mill Although not more than veteran commissioners will be ONWNAT
Y"O" Is lots two mills has ever been levied serving la every board. (This;
Amendment No I would flvi amendment does not affect Dad
J r+...... PrtIIIIyo .t 110"W"W& .... the southern end of Forida two County commissioner, as their I
Ik* .mill D4 rIM' >'lnft sees15th -r, more senator, one to repretenBroward terms; were increased to four year*:
County and the other jy constitutional amendment in'
ARC5R1rn.td..t Oaceola and Okeecbobee, whUe co). _
and x.11.AW9Re giving one senator to represent Amendment Not 4.was stricken FAMoo .. +
: AIC2D Gulf and Calhoun counties In the I from the ballot by order of the,
l M..it-i northern pert of the itate supreme court ;' AMERhAN
$ART RJlaELL DICttDfIOR Amendment No. 3 would limit Amendment No. 10 would con-l WAS KNOWN a
move ... sewBUDWRIMON of the ; AS THE Is
the number of Justice peace aolMate county and municipal tax I I
r' district la any county to five, collecting and assessing office of| SAGLr OF
.... ... RATED and give the legislature power to, UUsborouKh under the'
Is c. a 1 aw t I ace, Tat t county
t .... "... change boundaries and abolish or county officers. I'
I Debi& .1 DMe c-.... a w.. .1M It create district it submitted to the i '
II It t *. flee.286wod .
M I I elec I
people in the next general.
a. ...... ANN ra us"" tion.
SUM II, lilt.. .. Ik* poet sates Mii Amendment No. 4 would provide
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and prosecuting attorney Instead retara are they going t* fee '
of the present method (except e.a.pen4 t* rAT fer a '\ \
for circuit Judge) of nominating -
What Dreams Are rnurr TO WORD
,, them at the poll and leaving (Answer next week)
Made Of appointment to the discretion of i I
the governor, WIll they be FORCED* I
By Annie Maybew Fitzpatrick Amendment No. t la the now I I loin a union and .pay exarMtnt Do yourself a good turn . gretr acquaintedwith
1. Tired, you fall asleep. Then your famous Tight-to-work amendment,1 hiMatlma fee; 'does I the values and quality that are daily
mind providing that "the right of person
tike dots unleashed, beyond to work shall not be deniedor and aaseasmeaU la .1'1I.-'I* certainties here!, 0 a. a .
:control bridged on account of memerahip -! hold a Job,
Course fir In dreamland In > or non-memberahlp In'

r quell any labor union or labor.organi-' The,rasaace of the "Rlfht- Answer to last week's ad ----. -. -
v Of things unguetMd. Unknown zation." toWerk" Amendment K*:
Its goat Amendment No. 7 would effect I on the be lot Ney 'Ttk Samuel L. Clemens revolved an U4 from Oxford
repeal of a 1934 amendment University. x,
And it brings back to you .. which acted aj a deterrent to the will reveal tar evil
dreamt much abused practice of enacting
fragment of your early life local or special law affecting IT IS SIMPLEAMERICANISM" raw
mixed particular municipaltle and coun-
WJth things unrecognizable tiea. TwI.
To which no label art afflied Amendment: No. 7 would provide -
a that In event of the death, Vote FOR Amendment N*. I
Or sometimes it bring awful resignation or removal of any
dream elective officer, the successor appointed >, Nev. Tth PHONE 61 HOMEmAD TFtA
Thai wake you, stiff and cold by the governor may hold
with fright office only until the next election I jiI
, TOIl cannot get yourself m hand/! Amendment No. 8 would pro-I..
Until you have turned on Uu I I .
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Nature Favors
y the dream are beaus For termite exterminationget /
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half asleep and hall r
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You strive to rink again In ateefTo :; D. L. PHILLIPS '.
dream' again for thai
dream'a ..... TERMITE CONTROL s theSOUTI1I !

Whence come. these dreams COMPANY
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Last In your thought, in .
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'tt t .,Gtographlcally th'South occu. nation's prosecution of the war. When

pies a strategic! position In id accessibility victory is won,these lame advantages wiD 'v,

'" I to a vast storehouse of natural resources furnish further opportunity,for the expansion .).

1. .'. ...... .'M well M rick domestic and world market of industry and agriculture Ir I'

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A diversified agriculture plus unusually the area. .

favorable:condition for manufacture and The Seaboard'Railway, an integral part

"WE'D RATHER SAY VESWe excellent transportation facilities all comof the South'i economic life, will con*,

bine to make this the ideal section from tine to. plan and work with It* fellow." ;

don't like to tell people that they'll have to wait which to supply these market citizens for the development of a more

to get a home.telephone We'd much rather say "res" ,With such fundamental eu the South prosperous Southland. )) .

4If to requests for service..That's the way It used to be. has logically become vital factor In out Seaboard Railway Nor/oft '10, Virgin! ..-

But the needs of war have first claim on available ,, II'

telephone equipment and on telephone manufacturing ..1TUi
facilities and manpower, Delays in filling civilian .

orders just cant be helped. ,..,.. .i

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{November 8, 1944 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Page Fives
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Staff Sgt and M.... Patrick Jot.. Mr. and Mn. S. Bonano and
olden of Redltnd rd. are announcing family arrived from Fulton Sat The -RighttaWerk"Aahwdmmt
; fin; and Around the birth of a alx-pound urday. They are occupying the
leven-ounce son, Michael Joseph, SHvermtn apartment,
i f In BUtmore Hospital on Oct. M Mrt A. B. Laughers and children DOES NOT'1"rneD'
He hat been ill and It still In the
of New Smyrna were weekend -
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Homestead hospital but they expect to bring fuettt of Mr. and Mrt J. S. Porous
him home toon. Sgt. loci Mn. Cave Mr. and U.... Jesse Caves anion ';
Golden, both from Chicago, were of OJut and ton, :Ronald, visited Interfere with the right t*
l married here two :yean ago them Sunday. strike r

-.---- J. A. Rotherham hat returned Mrt. Gertrude Bachelor has .... Prevent picketing.; ;
Dr and Mr J. A. Smith returned -| Overcome by the fumes from a from Revere, Mitt. turned from a month't ttty In prohibit ooUecttre hernia-
to Homestead Thursday of gas heater tt the bent over to Mr. and M.... Frank N. Irwin San Antonio, Tex; lag. .
but week from a two-month vacation turn It out. Mn. Alice Sherard entertained on Sunday Mn. Ir- Mrt. Edward Tltdale and Mr*. ;
trip first to Chicago for a fell and struck her head on a wln'i cousin, Lt Paul Alkln of W Williams were Sunday guests IT DOES
visit of three day, And then to door In her beauty shop in the Franklin, Ind., and Mrt. Aikin and of Mrs. Williams' brother, S 1-c "
the Jackson Hole conntry of Wyoming McCrory Arcade Monday morn their baby. Lt. AIkin, a veteran Put Dee of Miami Outlaw the "Cleati Shop.
where they went hunting ing. She sustained flight bruises of J7 missions, It now tt the Mrt. Loren Brown hat returned Guarantee employment to
with saddle horses and pack and abrasions One of her customers Miami Beach redistribution cen- from a visit la Macon, Ca, every person, notion sad ...-

mule nd. Dr. Smith shot elk. Mrs Jason Avery, alto ter. Mr. and Mn. Frank N. Ir NN........-..............N-N-e union alike.
antelope and beer. On the wayboonw tainted from the effects of the wln, Jr, of South Miami and JAMES ARCHER SMITH Specifically meets DM right %
they visited a week In Kan- tame stove, which It thought to Orval irwin who works In Miami HOSPITAL NEWS el employee* t* kargtla cellefUvely.
sat City with Mn. SIDiIh' brothI hive been emitting gas fumes also were at the Irwin homeop ............-...................... .
I er-In-aw and aliter. Mr. end Mn."S. after having lost itt flame, but the Sunday.Mr. .
L. Casper. suffered no physical Injuries Twin daughter were born Nov. rr n SmcrcaAMERICANISM"
and Mn. Ralph Butt of t to Mr. and Mrs Harold Rohrerof !
I Mr. and Mrt. Virgil Sprinkle Mn. S. U Dickinson it in Atlanta West Palm Beach will spend the Florida City. Each weighed '
fend their six children arrived, this week became of the week-end with Mr. and Mn. A. i approximately five poundA .. A.--a N. '
I Saturday night from Forest River death of her elder brother GeoC r. Arthur whom they had known three-pound ton was born to Toe FOR
IN,. D., to make Homestead their Ferrell Gf that city who died InLewet, Del I Mr. tad Mn. Joe Harden on Ie News flit
[winter home whit*. Mr ,Sprinkle Sunday morning from a heart at- Janice Howard Johnson, dough.W I Nov. 1 (
teams his usual seasonal crop of and Mr. and Mrt. Howard I .
Lpotatoet. Arriving later were tack.Dexter Horne who recently :Johnson, It recovering from t i
[ Valdie Skogund and Clara Mulve- started for the Aleutian Islands "strep" throat attack. ::1

hilt\, who win help Mr. Sprinkle. found when he reached Seattle Mn. B. H. Edwardt will have r 11
t labia farming, and their retpeetUe that the army contract! on which at guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs
families. he- was to work had been cancel J.' Wilson Edwards of Miami Texaco ;

,tw I Mrs. Gertrude B.v Fuller, for- led. He returned home Sunday Mrt. M. A. Murphy and her BarbcccM t
jfmer resident of Homestead and Pinckney P. Brewer of Cincinnati -' ion, Frank, are expected: back
; lifted public speaker who now and Homestead, owner of today from Rome Ca, where ,. MIS. EDWARD D. CARTER Mgr.
re ides In Harrisburg Pa.. tuti the former Frank Briggs place, they visited Mn. Murph,'. par- i
i fared a broken: arm and badlywrenched will leave for Cincinnati by plane entt. Mn. MurphY visit was ii
I :oeckwhen' the 'Eras today after a week at hit grove brief but Frank had been there i '
[truck by a hlt-and.run'drlver In Mr. and "' .... Brewer plan to re- since summer Regular Meals ;:
Harrisburg several weeks ago turn to Homestead tn January.
I Mn.''Fuller', who was t Roosevelt Mrs. Chat. A. Gotamtn, Mn '
Mn. Nellie"Torbert and daughter Mate, = Short OrdersSandwiches : l'
Walter Mn.
Thompson
fmmptlgn speaker at the time of have returnedto
I Mist Teenle. Tonyt and Mrt A.- L. Hobson
her accident, 1' .itlll confined to Goulds after t vlalt in New ;
I the Harrisburg Hospital I lerae visited Mn. Lon SniMn the for :
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mer Miss Eloise Ootiinanr In Miami
'111.. Lily Love of Philadelphia I David J. Pets la in University TUIIda,. Cold DrinksSPECIALIZING >
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". (, spent last week-and ai a "guest of Hospital In Coral Gables. receiving Mr. and Mrt. Dick Huff enter
,.Mr. and Mr, a H. Fitzpatrick I treatment for a severe local :
talned Tuesday Mn. Hufft moth-
'. tt their home on Redland rd. I infection of his right eye.Palm'sCaf er and ttator-ln-tow Mn. E. A. - IN ',t

Molkentlne and Mrs. E. A. Mol CHICKEN AND YELLOW RICE
'kentine, Jr, both of Miami. Lt
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I Molkentlne of the Army Ail
I Forces in Savannah waiting foi ,
i4 orden to (o everseu.j .. Kremt.Av.. Atearth St.Perrino
t j Sgt Johnny Ballet has been (I >

I transferred to Greensboro, N. C,
Mrt. Ballet, the former Mill
Open Dally From I a. ... to II P. ... I Lillian Andrews, will continue

I' to make her home here " , : ,,"' Ii : I I I I ' '' '" ,: III

[ T-Bone Steak.....,--__...,_ 1.00 I -,, i

Fried Chicken ......._......_:.,--.m .75 were Sunday visitors at the J. D. The
Wytong home.
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Vi Fried Chicken......................,...._... 1.25 I. .
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f. Hamburger Steak_...........__.:.......... .55 FLORIDA CITY Silent Salesman ,;

Roast Beef, brown gravy......_...._. .55 I, By Warrene Bevery
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Grilled Pork Chops .__.___.._......... .60 STANDARD OIL COMPANY
I Mr. and Mrt. H J. rocket: ,
Breaded Veal Cutlet...........:............. .75 I Mr. and Mn. Ralph Desmond of
North Haven, and Mr. and ,Mrs .
C. F. Howard Agent -: Phone 81
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Two vegetables, bread coffee er Iced let, and dessert I David Snow of North Branford,, ,
Conn., are expected this week.
I served wit an dinners.ABOVE I Mr.: and Mn. Will Rhodes of __ OWNER .l.I .. ADDRESS I FOR BALE
I Dover, Del., are expected this
PRICES.. GOOD SUNDAYS TOO week to make their home withMrs. I... Aecarsle. Phoae SS9-W-S .1 McCermlck-Deer- '
I E Rhodet.Mn. Ing mowing machine ,
M BREAKFAST SERVED: AT' ALL HOURS , /T. Arnold of Hobe Sound 1 In. blade. fy
and daughter, Juanita, arrived One brand new turn 4a
Friday to visit Mr. and Mn. Fritz plow.

LOUIS E., COHEN Schroeder.
Mrt. Charles Lee, Jr.. left Monday One mar male S
PROPRIETOR ""'*' for Seattle, Wash.. to join her \ rn. old,
I" husband who it in detente work 1.
E. A. Ames Phone fitl-W-l 1 lw -rew Ire Ate'
vNorth Stoilea I there. She will viiit relatives inOeorglt I
Floater Are. Opt Bemecker'a Filling I en route. elate planter, 1 Oll

Mill Annabel Cooley of Miamiwas rer tractor. rubber

a week-end guest of, her Raymond Barnes Phone 1 I-RI Glade boggy with
aunt, Mn. Anna Lochr!.. hard, rubber tires,
Mr. and "'n. C. L Neill of
North Carolina who arrived Saturday W. W. BHhea Phone IU-.I\ I h. p. Johnson outboard .
are occupying the Wtlkuphouse motor boat
on Broadway.
Mr. and Mn. Frank Hamilton John W. Campbell Phone t* S-rew John Deere potato .
and family moved to Tavernier planter en robe
this week. ber. >

Mr. and "'n.I. Ferlito and ton, Far South Graven Phone M Two $-row Ireatgepototo
CAW aPAXXIM MI1 B1RTfy Chick, of Chester N. Y., arrived planters;
Thursday to spend the winter
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fOR1NFJ'AAYFOfAti here. O. J. Wells* Phone .1 I all-ttod ..b....
Mn. Cleo Wagner of T'vernler
lrr1ETfMPORARYX7rroErERvE '
visited here Monday. WANTED I Bf t, ADORERS

imfRA .
S It-la John Deere
IBERrr4'ORSAfETrhA AIR CONDITIONED i' walking "..... C. E. Ekhcaberger Pbone 111!

ROLLER'SKATE Farmed II trader e*

t IN COMFORTEvening. I nbber. Holferty Dlegel Pbea (47-J-t

4 7JI" II:" p. M.Admbalea 1 Famatltor A trae-

WAKE TOUR BURIAL ARRANGEMENTS IN TIME OF CALM SSe. plat Ut I W. .. Loanabary Pfceae $4I-W1
We are ill aware of our failure to put last things off until
last,, In the consideration of burial service this It particularly
so. Don't hesitate to discuss your plant with us for the ultimate Venetian This h Scat Mother free terrlct C. F. (Howard Agent for
need. You will find our friendly, sympathetic help will save standard Oil It adding for the eeaTewenee of the farmer Jar
many,neediest sorrows tt the time of the unexpected occasion, SkatingRink mg these trying' 11_ This It je.r.aeCall aM give M
I year article nee have for ....,-... what yen want.to ,arehate,
f Turner Funeral Home, tin gW 17th Ave Mloml and let M pal them e* the beard, i

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I, WACS AND MEN FROM AIR FIELD OBSERVE LT. MILLISON WEDS FORMER EDITOR .
The Calendar I
HALLOWEEN IN TRADITIONAL STYLE AT USO ( AND BRINGS HER TO HOMESTEAD HOME

The spooks and spirits of Halloween Mrs. Jordan, went to M-Sgt Bin Nov. Meeting of Ad Astra An Army Air Force romance rival on Monday. Lt and Mrs
were Joined at the Home- Garcia of Section E. Pfc. Phil Chapter of O. E. S. of news copy become new itself James M. Reed of Coral Cables
I Msgnsnt of Section A took horn Nov. '-Meeting of BP.W.C at
with the marriage of attended the coupl
.plead USO tilt fateful evening Friday
.on home of Mn. Herbert :Katz
I the second cake
prize, a given by
Mn. the
Milllson Is of
Modlln for- daughter
Milt ElIzabeth Ann ,
the much alive
br very the Presbyterian Church. Nov. Meeting of Redland P.
rerr71n'I Mr. and Mrs. Wade C. Modlin of
Division WACS and I editor from Long,
Attending the party a* guest of T. A. mer newspaper ahd
Perry, Iowa, Lt. Mlllison (s
,Homl'fiteadlzfn7 Air Field for a honor was Lt. Wm. Theodore Nov. IS-Meeting of Monday Beach, Cat, and Lt. Richard K
the son of Mr. and Mn, JI. W.
in the tradition of the holl- .
'\j party Franklin,'on* of the first Homestead Music Club at home of M... ;. L. Mnilson, former west coast-radio Milliaon of Seattle, Wash. Lt.
'I day with the ladles of the Presbyterian I citizens to' enlist in service
Burton.
I Church, the AmericanLegion after the war broke out. Lt and newspaper writer, now public Mllllson attended Willamette Unl.
} Auxiliary, the Junior hostess Franklin spending short fur. Nov. 18-Turkey supper in relation officer of the Ferrying varsity at Salem, Ore, and the
was a
I club and the USO holding!: lough It home following twb Florida City Community Church. Division' Homestead Army Air' University of Washington. Mrs.
) 'open house to the music of Chief ;years of activity with the Paratrooper Field. Mlllison is a gradual of the Unlvenity -
( H.'W, WUII.ma.nd his Richmond in the southwest Pacific. GARDEN CLUB MEETING: Lt. Mllllson and Miss Modlln of Iowa.
Naval Station Orchestra. ;I The committee to be creditedfor POSTPONED TILL DEC. I were married Friday evening In Lt. and M.... Mllllaon'ar residing
i The snack bar, through the gen- the Halloween decoration In The South Dade Garden Club Coral Cables where Mist Modlln' at 110 N. W. Ninth it. Home-
t' .eronltjr of the Homestead Presbyterian the club included Sgt. Frank meeting slated for Monday hat I has been residing since her ar- stead.
4 S Church. kept the revelers Balgnolo and Pvt. Richard Huff been postponed till Dee. 4, Mri.
from the hug: Air Transport Com of HAAF., Billy Campbell of Joel J. Robinson, president, announces MIAMI CEREMONY JOINS'MISS ADDIE LOTT .
mand four-engin airlines school Homestead and' two representatives The postponement il I
i 'supplied throughout the evening, o fUncle Sam's Navy, D: V. caused by the illness of Mn. Ernest AND CPL. ROBERT B. MOONEY OF HAAF
with cakes, cookies coffee and Walsh AAM Ic and F. R. Facen-I Frances who was to have
pum5b. WAC Pfe. France Mau- :da, AOM J-e. been the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lott of The bridegroom, a graduate tit
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1 ney and Sgt. Clifton Mayfield of Homestead are announcing the, high school In Pittsburgh has
Section E: were persuaded to com- marriage of their daughter, Addle I been stationed at Homestead
pets In a pl-eitlng contest sponsored I MR. AND MRS. 'THOMPSON CELEBRATE to Cpl. Robert B. Mooney of Pittsburgh , Army Air Field for a year.
i by the American Legion 27TH ANNIVERSARY OF THEIR MARRIAGE Pa, on Oct. 28. The ceremony :
; Auxiliary Referee Capt. Willard performed In Miami, was BRIDGE CLUB MEETS
\ V. McDowell, provost marshal Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Thompson vent The others attending were witnessed by the bride's mother. WITH MRS. W. J. CLARK
L and commanding officer of the last week celebrated the twen- Mr.' A. L. Hobson, Mn. Mateo Th bride wore a blue crepe Mn. W. J. Clark was hostess
b HAA Security Section, declared ty-seventh anniversary of their Toraya, Miss Willeta, W111U-and dress and white accessories.She : this week to I the bridge club
I Mayfield the champion and marriage by giving a family din- Wayne Thompson and Chu. was bona here and attended which meets on alternate Mon-
awarded him a box of Christmas ner party at their Miami Springs Broome, A. M. M. t-t. Homestead High School days. Mn. James S. Jones won
cards Serving at the snack bar home the float'ni prize; Mn Clark,
: were Mn. A. F, Arthur, Mrs. The wedding rake and a foun- PALM first prize; Mrs Frank Skill, second .
SILVER AND :
Charles E. Jordan, N.... Geo. W tain pen for each were gifts of I' PER INE w. S. C S. prlre: and Mr. 3, E. Oau-
} :Ksel. Mrs James McCrary. Mrs. their children. GROUPS GIVE PROGRAM IN SILVER PALM tens, third prize. "
i O Morrison, Mn. Carl F. Robinson Gunnery Sgt. and Mrs. Creel Others present were Mn. Preston -
t and Mrs. J. Lee tmlth. (th* former Milt Wanlta Thompson Members of the Perrlne W. S. C. J. L. Dollttl. Mrs. J. H. Halalip,I B. Bird, Mn. Ceo. 'M. Frick,
}: First prize In the "spot" contest ) and their daughter Diann, S. met with the Silver Palm W. Mrs. J. C. Cain Mrs. Y. E. Blan. Mrs. Frank Hausman Mrs H. E.
\ a whit rabbit donated by cam from Jacksonville for the S. C. S. at the Silver Palm Church ton, Mn Margaret Cabot, Mn. P. Schaff, Mri. C. H. Steffanl, Mrs.
s Oct. 26 for a week of prayer program O. Tyre and Mrs. Van Landing- Paul Reynolds, Mn. Frank Webb
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< and e covered ,dish lunch. ham, all of Perrine, Mrs Hattie and Mn. Dick Huff.
I \ SURPRISE SHOWER GIVEN BY CHURCH I eon. Mn. Thomas Adams, Mrs. Armstrong, of Tampa, Mn. Roy Baby Frank Centner and hit
I SOCIETIES FOR MRS. NORMAN BENSON Reid Holmes and Mrs. Alex Hem. Wittenwyler of Princeton, Mn. R. mother, Mn. Robert' Gentner, _
mlngi were hostesses W, Prothero, Mn David Zimmer- Joined the groupat refreshment.
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) A cleverly'planned shower was honor guest were; Mn. Clayton The Perrlne. group presented a ly Mn. Harley Core, Mn J. E. Urn*. \tV.s r !>
given: for Mrs. Norman BensonOct. Underwood, Mn. Curtis Anderson program on"Institutions In the Comfort, Mrs. David Merritt, Mrs.[ Mn. Chas. Calderwood
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24 by the members of the Mrs BenJ, Benson, Mrs. Ray Home field" with Mn. Paul Van O. C. Riven, Mn. Maud E. Chandler party Monday evening for gave the
I missionary society and Junior 1 Benson, Mn Roy Bryant, Mr*. Landtngham presiding and the Mn. O. C, Woods, the hostesses Fellowship class of Silver Palm
I missionary society of the Homestead Jesse Underwood Mrs. Albert Silver Palm group presented a and Mr Adams Church. .
:, Nazarene Church at the Watson, M.... Everett Douberly, I program on "Instltutlonssin Foreign .
(home of MI'.. Louis Cannlngton Mrs David Fredrick, Mrs. Jeffrey I Fields" with Mrs. Holmes
.: Homestead.. Mrs. Delma Rhodes, Mrs presiding.
Mm Cleo Lee won the prize In Edw. Little. Mrs. J.. U. Free Mn. Present were: Mrs. Birdie
'a jumbled word game and Mn.Jp W. L Chambers, Mn. Joe Benson Strickland. Mn. E. Farrell, Mrs. Jack DIXIE DRUG RlM'II'd'lohnlO8
Underwood won the prime Mrs. F. O. Plummer Mrs. Robert Folk '
[in .> driiw ,ng contest After other Lancet Mn Smith and Mn. Robert ALTAR SOCIETY HOLDS -"
[farm had been played the light Phillips DINNER MEETING .'
; wer turned out while a babyffiTn Gifts were received from: Mr*. line Altar Society of the Sacred Phones II and .111 '
iRH full of gift was wheeled N. L. Chambers Mn. Lydia Cowman Heart Church held an Interesting I .
lib to the honor guest. Mrs. J, H. Benson, Mn. J.L. :1 dinner meeting at the Tapawingoon (';-
Pink cup cakes, nuts, candy and Chambers, Mrs. Maggie Mathls: Oct. 25.Present i tl.sMtllPKIJlmroo
punch were served. M.... W. O. Parker and Mrs. Gallic : were Mn. Chas Pope., 1
Present besides hostess and Westberr/ Mn. John Gadway, Mn Stewart I

,-'I' .......,,____,_WrWVW owi ... .... .. ....'iI Springer, Mrs. S. J. Lynch, Mrs.
t Clark Roberta, Mn. L. C Smith, \
i Mn. Pat Tuccl, M.... Don. Fr- ,

We Are Happy to Announce Robert reyra Mrs Chafer Julian, M...Angelinl., Allen ,Kent Mn., Iplenamms

i Mn. A. M. Terry, Mn. Robert
the Re-Opening of Allen, Mr*. F. A. Mmnerly and /'untill .
Mn. Earl Cravey, a guest I 66" of

Mrs M. P. WoUom;' M.... Louis I I .,,.....
MissiWarrene Sever* and 1 s ONLY ,r. ; ..rJALL.inmins
Pfc..ai. Robarg and Pfc. David kao
I' Dodd RadioSales Rapley of Richmond Naval Air a W nantI3.es a at f 2.75 760 P50"TlionP .to .
station were recent dinner guest sus
of Mr. and Mrs T. P. Kendrick.REQLAND and ImnI
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November 3, 1944 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Pa iremis Seven !


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I less tae dead will brae IkereM so\
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clerk. of Chat c.n.L : .1'1
mr mw xaeaaarra.aww .+. i ; Dade county Florida .
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lit) BE ENTERTAINED ; ,tilt a7. )I... .. It, If. I.. 10441 8c a liner '

M Atra Chapter of.,the Xcrrirt or ri.irATioN- : _ _ ,uuu _ UUUUUUhUUU"I. "
the Extern Star tonight POI TAX DEED
entertain official ot District I Notko Pile auii FOR RENT | Hathaway, Could, Fla. 11\3)
10MoftIop *hwr that III.. I
0M worthy matron and Christie koMor W CUT of Ml_1 FOil SALE I rom furnished
toalfoni the associate OTttftato NumboM4 MM. std ROOMS and apartment Beaton.

tad associate, patron and th '" I...CCaatfimt.|.A.Rr D...fl lilt., .he..I able rate. hot water and ahow.i . house 8 with land all laprorfawatoand r'
acre partly
..... grove
application fw i en. Palm HoWL Florida City
actresses and associate con.Quctreasea. ... t....... __iu with dead Ia.too; Has exceptionally large fhe-

I ,. .C-rW4011. ...._ tile '011"11. place also good garage. Nice R'y
.. TOM SALE
iA musical program will be pre.aerated "' property. Situated I. Dade:
: bowl a, towiti location on good road. Price
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by the boy* glee club 14% 4. block a Ewa.
Vista $3,300. Must be to be
me4tead High School. I. Bonk 4. pap let. in the tac'i:; 2 CRAWLER type farm tracton leeR
I I "''' o.. .t, 4 D..... state of] with or without plow J. L. appreciated. Owner leaving

",.. I{ Murray, Princeton Phone town. Inquire Alfred Supply
.e.rment of Mid ....
"
[CtCB< TO BEGIN 'PWtF
the } block east ot Krome
aw.
Cartflatbased was In 280-R-t. (pn3))
IKXTILE PAINTING I!I .- of U........ Unlean. ale Cwlilio the) I 1 on King Highway. Turn left ..

( TIlt Redland Home Demonatratlm.Club |I deed bell be will red-om.d" 100... storms aremdtag w to law 1M.! NO. 1 SWEET POTATOES for at goat milk lign. No broker. .

at Its meeting { dale of 14.n-ah.r. A. D. 1.... I sales |1.50 per bushel. John I ( tttf) ,- :

[planned for two work meetings I I I Do.1944 able 54th day of 00...... A. Husky, 110 N. I. 2nd ava. .'

I,in all-day meeting Nov. 10 1 11:. R LEATHERMAN (pnj) CHICKEN MANURE-You load
Clerk rf Circuit Court J and haul. Pin Ridge Poultry
go*. Co,..t,. rtortd.11
CUTE P1.PPIES-Small! shorthaired .I Farm. 1 mile "west Florida City
... DeliJehnsa, D. C:. ,
Caere breed $5. First house Phone 298-W. (clJU)
lOot. 17. Nor I. 10. it, I.. 1"41 i
GLADE & I FIX north of Farm Uf SchooL I RARE AND UNUSUAL tree and
COUNTY ItrDG' OOVIIT (nJ-10)
IN AND FOR DADE plants. Landscaping and grove
I FLORIDA. COUNTY, I GOOD plow good condition I planing. Sunny: Grove Numeric -

M PROBATE.NOTICE ; : ready for work, $175. *. Palm Ave. t mile west .ti dA
I Telephone !8..J.1 RR Good farm wagon, excellent! of Florida City. Phone 88J-W. .

I STATS n.Op EOIGI& CODD DL-NN I II condition, f 73. 1-hone rig like I

I TO (CREDITOR new. Hone-drawn distributor PERSONALIF
ALL CREDITORS: LEGATEES I and cultivator. Frank G. "
pIfTBmtTTEKS: AND PERSONS HAV. YOU want to get married 1

Y I I ANY CLAIMS OR DEMANDS write Box 28, Vancouver Wash. '!
SAID ESTATE,
g AND EACH OF YOU are Wfc, i I (JJltf .
One .,... ud required ,. pmrat ..,,
1- red ....an... Which yon. or olthor FREEI U Excess acid courts you '
yeu Now have ...In. tho Estate d Tractors Trailers
oliO DUNN. _.... late I pain of Stomach Ulcers Indigestion .
r Certified ) ;' Me elllP ad "" "" _..... site at V"-,\ i Heartburn, Belching, ,

., .M rlorkla tM CounllP, .t big"office. of I.Dale the Home made Ford Bloating, Nausea. Gas Pain*, \
i
Home II .1.,1. ...riot.. ..lthl.I .(! let free sample, Udia, at
I calendar _tile from the date 0' Tractors with 6 Rubber II Brown' Pharmacy.. flnl publication of this entire. twit I Tires.
", oe d.moad must be I. writing and Light
Seed .!.!* the ploeo of avoidance and Trailers ready to WANTED 'i
like address of the .l.lm.itt, and go.
k> Boom to kr tko fl.lm.nt. kl. Also Second Hand '
'. or kU. .......... or Uw MM will WANTED TO BUY Green Pigeon .
void MooMInc to law; ,' Chain. Pea In pod. Will pay highest
Htk day of CAM ". A D. 1144.
Oar service b lousy: but H. A. CAMERON price S. Rosen T t 135th SL, .t

A. AxUlorr Admlnhtntortttn New York aty. _. (pj28)) '
and are trying constantly tMtmwjonto ...... oft I Wolfe :
the Estate if Ocrrlo CoddDun.
., d.se.wd, ROOM or housekeeping apartment

D 'ltl'ill. I AutoVrecking wanted by couple. J-I, Leader i
for '" Administrator
..."' ....... ........ I Enterprise '-(n3) f
.. Palm _h. .........\
(0... U. 10. ,a7. In. t. I''') These J9J-J ffomestead. FU. LOCAL, WOMAN capable of be.

j coming manager of dm Itore.5t1rUnl' .

If ELEVENTH THE :ciRcrrr JUDICIAL cotrin1 CIRCUIT or THE .' *, 1} S.E. Ftofler A :. ;,

IM AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
This Job rLORIDA' r
7L"M W CHANCERY
OF HOMESTEAD _
a mmiMiwI am
A a ..101.1"..tlo..of tko state of r........ ORANGE and GRAPEFRUIT

.... .
!: STATE Or FLORIDA, > ... r.lab. .
After ot .!.. DoTradinw.No.. 17000 GROWERS

rORECUMI'RK nr TAX I1LE I

ORDUR CERTIFICATES FOR PUBLICATION I I We pick, pack and sell your fruit.

T THE NAME OF THE I
OP FLORIDA j We do not buy it.
THE: DEPRNDANTC, I
Help. =. I. CROWLEY. and MM. E. t.]'
kU wifo: xUrvM unknowii.I'
W. MARSHALL' and LI8-" Silver Palm Fruit Growers' Assn.
: M. MARSHALL, kb .1'.. Address ,
._
r. EAIIRANOET, and H a.,1 I Grower-owned, non-profit CO-OPERATIVE y
MRS. WILLIAM SARRANSKT, his,
Address unknown.
.
at I. L. GOOr.m*. and If mm I I'I racking House I* en the Seaboard Hallway In Kedland k
MR*. JAMES E. L. GOCCINS .....
'I *I .dd.g..nhnewn: Booth of Plummer Drive

NARANJA D. SMITH VAN ANDEHl ( -

:;*k"t"A no. and 14 "'.....d.1. Phone 252J.3'Y.M.. Crow, Mgr.
JUAN yZQUIAGO. hit wilt .*.

Phone 573 OAHCIA.'o.d unknown. If m.rrW. MRS' M.I i iI I .. .f,,
I RCIA. Me wlf.t address ...-... I--
P. HAY. and If autrrM, MR!'. B. F.II 1 BOKRNER. til. wlfr: oAdr M .nla_.. ,1 Lot Flv, W a L LIVINGSTON ADDI. (i
his wife: ..MrrM mknewn. I 1 THE!) CARTER ICCURITY ft LAND TIOK. u*> loaf to tko pUt thereof r.s ll
.*)"") R. MACKAY. and DOROTHY COMPANY o dlMM I.rd Florid onrovro.lion .'II "rdd '" .Iot Rook 5. ."". "" Pulsate
-I MOFUKY' both elnib wwnoni .d- and WILLIAM I. CARTER, a*.1 RMOrdo of Dub eo.n.,. Flnrldoi '
...-. r te..d). EBTNKR V. CARTER end ERNEST ...... Ton n... Pear 7$... II., east
B. VAN NOR'f. red If narrLA. W. CARTER.. M dlrertrre and true I -.r. ow of UNfCOTT ADDITION 1t
I. R. VAN HORN, big ...1.: .... teas of Uw C..... emrilp Land Com.pony ._rdl.* to IM out tko>w>f rMonM In
NOTICE: OF APPLICATION ....-. I a dlewlred l Florida eerporetioa: ind I P1.L 1"* '. par w' P"bl(* Records '"< '>
s d' FOR TAX DEED I M. PFRRIN and LFWIB PER-I U any of tto etore-aanwd IndlrMuahto I Dade C-Mtir, Flares. I 1
Ckopter IT4IT-.Arto of ISM I '' h.. ........II I oddwa ....__. .-... aU partial or persona elalnln Lob Btomv... Flvktwn. Nineteen sit ,
" : Mil I J. RRICICEN and If ....-. MRS. a* Mlaren Mdrr gold ..(.......... or Twenty W R L. MO Efl SECOND ADo
.'...Novice.. I*FlieHER EBY GIVEN that' : J. BRICEEN kb wife, Adders ale' >>. ditiajrd or otherwbf. Iaddinahis DITION. or-ordlfi| la than plot thmnf ...
_TO ... Knight .toldrr of alto andOwato I or bar .../... ...'"- grew ....... hi PU* Itant *. UJ of 1M
Tax C..III'..... No. Ill booed. GARST: ALMEDA TAYLOR end 1' Sere WOMM re. oilier. claimants .ad, ,.bll' Ibnrdi of 0.... Cantata FlorMo,
$. Ilk fay of Jooo A. D. ISM too, ...-* --.- FAYLOB.I wk (onoa or airaooJ. U deed and all Volt ARC HEREBY ORDERED AND )
/ ,d MOJO !. my ..,... sad kM glade kMtood, a F DH U......... 0.... I, ettor, nikiwom shoat defendant la this DIRECTED to file your Appearance to tko
w> ""' ... for a ease diod to be slowed MAX ROW, ..od If llwrrwd. MRB. __ and all partly or ptnom, wkettoraaloral. Pl.lnllfr. Bill of Orojololn 01 tko .....
I' .... (oM Certificate e kiFtVflewlne the, BOW. kb wife, nit Folrrbwj I reroerole or '' wlotMtodhi day of .._...,. A. D., fell M tko ...
_.... pnpnw b the R__. T.._ the Undi keralaafMr dewrltod, .Ulw' fin of tko. Clerk of the Ctrratf Court M
f M..>.at Doe, Mole .<' norlem ....I I. DOW U. .. N..., and one ... tkree.li or anew BAILEY fROP.ERTII and Ia Delta Collocate, Feriasa ..
.., BLACK BOW kb wHo, 4055 *. INC. a dtaertred New 'York Decres Pro Content will he ::,=:
"' Loa a.' stock t .C-oMMbJ Boom : : Itrort. N. E. Mt \Ia..... M..,....., C...*erat<... mad THE CARTER. fBCUR- heist .... I ,
"'" .. Boo, Plot Bonk 14. Pea .*.'!'! JAM' !: BOW MACEY. end'' ITT. LAND COMPANY dboeirodMid IT If FCRTtCB ORDERED oat tai 4
> the Coastal of Dodo. BtttorfrtarUe.f IJi..r,1, ....Made ...... Order ko poklbkod. e M a Mk for fowrmoMrvttvo
The ....mat d ale property _l Mrv bead I. BwdtrbloM totkmUrlr weeks ll .... "_ .
tto ale aa.I..... WM r the :, :' MACLAREN BOW, U. B. Arwir. the City d Hamad_ 7ferwa. sad yaw 1 1Ut LMWIT Enterprise, a Mwipopor pwMbtw
of V. D. Mused ..., WAAO Dot U..T.A.. dMirlkid M '....... te-wlti ta l>nd- ComW. PVrM.DOVK .
alas Mid oonllbme ..fcollIMnrdlMl be w I H... 555. ./. Postmaster, Mow E.kt of .C. P. ADAM ADDrnOX. AND ORDERED .1 Mtaojt. Pew KM.
St bW. the P.operl N. Y. &.wrding to IN plot that.et collective is .. this Ittk dor of oMmkor, A. P.
tkoreta "wlU to ...... to ttoll 1! V. B! BAILEY 1JO Wool Oath Flat I. rose 4. remit Records '*4*'
Sidle it the Ceorl HOMO *>er,> New 'York Cm. N. T Dodo eo..... Thermal L .. E.CATltr.RMAN.
Ito HrM Memd hi the manage oft 1| PROPERTIE INC, a .... sn-. Tear sell "' .- to II...,1 Clerk' .f the CI..... Cawrl
144. whisk b Uw too day .. New York oweerolbo. swill ..1I. \ ... 0. d CARPER ADDITION. --'I.. CIRCUIT COURT IEALIBn
IM4, I Ikb f __. eaar.aeae tu_. tko plot' Ih.wut rorord lo w lot Book WMU w. rrocKm ,..... tk oVr of N-wlrr. tow j a nor ether Slat/ Assisting .... .use IS, P.klkl. lta rdi of D.d. c-trl| DepMT Cbrk).
v 1C. .. 1BATHERMAM.: .ache w ,.e't NOW /halo.-d, Florida, I IRA C HAYCOCK.
Clerk *t ClmHt c...... j t ...... I L 9". n. New Tat Lot OM In Bloc Eleven: Flake:. Attorney for PbhitlM.ton. d
.LeU
\ Deb Co-- PVM*> I' M. 1(. I .... II' In Black Feet Bad Lou S. IS. sal m. .Vn t. 1M4 J
C. 6RRETT, D.0. : sod and Too to BWk ba0a of '-1'
Nine
COURT PonU, FlorMo
BAII.rY, ,
acon L : HOMEBTEAD. a wkdl.talo.
jO blind 8t... OF'.. to the Hawed rMrdod n Ftot. S. L Kendrick
'York CHr. N. Y. BARBARA C.1: \M a-II ..fLM
d 01 n. Puy's
Rcn'C0 OF A*'."'''TK>! '0"' 640,11t "'II lit. Now Tells!iiiMk Dale CIIP _I nsncr 0. THE
POMM.SOU Jill
N. T.. nd OTTO ,
TAX: DEW: !: !
Pow <, ..... TkMon set HluUM ol
T.
f'hyaa "TAX? Ante AIM *t." Now York CIt,. N. Y.. M nACS
__ "FUoA .. of tko oroportgr W uld dbwlovl:'1: J. W. CAMPBELLt ADDITON. wMordihw -
IIImn: 1* ..'.n OIVTM shot York. CorporoUow Balk Pioooitiw) a tko plot tk-iW roaonM b Plot Birth Ccrliflraie and other dean,
,..." UWr . * Net, See I. C' M4 Hi c-q Forms ILea
*.401Br*mt b .OnMftaiM d lama -A. B. IM*.1 ..... MR*. JAMES CAtTELLOWj: Tktrtr-fM Tkbtr4l>. oW Forlr-] ......
tar. food .' fad how| _.1 oMroH -- 1 two of TATUM-I ADDITION, iinnllnolkoptM
-.. epNkrdw. Oaar in M am -let dad. to lot PAYMENT PLAN INC..I tkonwt rowrdo M Kot ....I t. OM rose.. __ ,
, ....... *..... yrnes a.._11I _'-..t.ar.ra '-" ftrrorw., W. T. ' 1. pan It*. PoMIt ___ .wt ,Dodo1F""t ,Iff.W.. M It. ;11....... I'IIIr
I 1M lean .1. 0.rprk! +A.:vval; .; L.44. KOERMEK.rwi tOFXTA E.; .,. :.

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Pare Eight HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE November 3r 1941 ': c


t II" ''II''' ''i! ""'II [ : [ Ii" : I : [II ''i i" I : [ I/i/ ::1'' MRS nOLMZS HOSTESSTO 'tendent, we assisted by teacher I t I Halloween upper served by the '

NEIGHBORHOOD Ot'RMrs' i ,.f the department In upervlsing Woman' Club of the Redlandsso !

ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTSHALLOWEEN Reid Holmes entertained game and In serving hot chocolate Tuesday night when Ernest H. ; I

the cookies and roasted Ovcntreet spoke on the amend '.
Neighborhood Club Wednesday peanut
II't [!' :!:; .!: :::, :!; : ;! ;:!; : : ': : : :!:!!!! !:; !:' ; !; : : :!: : !!! ':: ::; '!.: :::: : : ; r [
afternoon. Mrs. Sara I, Davis, ta th-young guests meat to be voted on Nov T.

CARNIVAL NETS $1,555 president led la I discussion ot The dinner committee wu bead

FOR SCHOOL'S POST-WAR the women In- St Luk Miss SEVENTY' ATTEND CLUBS ed by Mr. H. H. Burbank Mrs.

PROJECTThe Miriam Holmes sang to accompaniment HALLOWEEN SUFFER Seymour Dane and Mrs W. D. .1
,
i Halloween carnival it Red-I tint*. Lawrence King and Robert played by Mrs. Holmes, About seventy attended the Mahan J'

It land School netted $1,555.71 for Jones of the Student Councilnud Mrs. Louis Gaby and Mr*. Davis

8 the school po -WIU' Improvement -, the presentation played a piano duet' and Mr*. Washing Machine Repair Service GuaranteedSQUAREDEALEQU1PMENTEXCHANGE

fund. I The P. T A. supper prize $10, Davis played a piano tola.

The popularity contest was won was won by Miriam Holmes Mrs. Ralph Klngman and Mrs.J .

Katherine: Weber got the second A. Rotherham
by Thclroa Skill senior, whose woo mystery
Z prize WH a shiver,cup. Jean McCoy prize and Doris Singleton, the' prize N. w. 1th An a IMk Bt, MkMiL ToL ..,..*. .. A Sink Pr*.

third, prize.ANNUAL I POB QUICK AM irricuNT REPAIR SEBVICB BRING TOUR WASHING M4-
who ranked second received I Other present were Mrs. Beth
I GRIM IN. IMPBOVtD WRITS ROLLERVim. .
a bracelet, and Lenora Williams SUFFER I Thomas, Mrs. W. a Chase Mr*.
TURKEY I I A* Mioattot Mrrtc* to tile hmmikir, MJnkto This fa MM wWbr kout tree
)
and Vera Maer Chas. CaUderwood Mrs.
who ranked third TO BE SERVED NOV. It I Q P. I .
MM feet that Mtorl set MUntoe prop 1
.. suokto
hi the furnishing washing
Anderson who ranked fourth received Wrlghth, Mr*. O E.: Cowdy, Mr*. I ,
orly tow dirt end MM ta snMnM.I
barrette All of the eight Regular served patrons In th of the Leroy Sprankle and Mr*. J. C rolton. 'iMtoi wi **... ". It hi will I This n.. U4lM rubber parts tor WM.j .

contestants gowns .upper turke'l I Johnson. to ... to mind Ik awe *f the ... machines M well M Miton, War.Inn. .
j t.
t.oaltt.v; Community Church each '
1 1r
;, and the bearer wore date BQUABK DEAL EQUIPMENT: **. bobs and |Mf..
marking this year'
crepe paper dresses of pastel REBA NELL PROCTOR CITES CHAITQB. kttart. when to M4 i.t Mr. It..&*> tt a point to ,kMe dews tk*
t on their calendar HALLOWEEN PARTY vim of tkh islet I I well *f tkb ...... to encourage seater'
This year the cupper will be WHIt rains M UM enables totmot to bowleg MM ..**!.. MiikliMto .
b Department superintendents of served by the W. W. F C. under Reba Nell Proctor entertained kMMM wan and fofM to yens MT- paw .-. '

the Sunday school of the First the chairmanship of Mrs. .C. E.: eighteen of bee friends at a Hal- Visa to MMTI.M with the operation of, lu ...r..t_ maim Mlh to thewary

\, Baptist Church of Homestead met Neill and her assistants. Mrs loween party Tuesday evening. the MM tt too seeable s* to Ik* ties' ..< ...-. toMlfttoi Mior.Mlf .

Friday evening at the home of I Lake Delta and Mrs. J. S. Beck, Snapshots of the group were whom a *M>ploto much *f causes h MrrM M to IW tttf Bead the MOM fine
.,
i! Mr. and Mr*. Wra. T McConnell,1 f class prealdenI" taken. for mry Mk *f combine I' service, Bud, whatever tile difficult WKH
Tk ....._ ii> m H th* toot mMlM ta a okort tires U ut MMMWu

CM Issued Borw.tr. Team 00ROYAL JUNIOR BAPTISTS GIVEN tootonr .to 4k* country and Its _k'i bas UM .- "<, MMt n4kllM
PARTY FOR HALLOWEENA rte wade.stand the Unhealed operation.f wortmon to Pet year weekly. M.

i Halloween held the cartoon MUklM* o* the market M, china ta MMMk 'rrirtifTM wwUy, are
E
: party wa
1HEA1HUmo that k..* U** I") Oct 21 by the Junior department ) tf tile Mrrk *t thb Mtok.MwtoM .' M4 of _...'..*..... sent of ..>

..... ... If__ fItoaw. of the Sunday school of ihbnsy m *. ,1 tied that FM Mil UU firm *r home

C.n.wla le .M ... Paws .f This ..... M all S. .. Vase It. Tt ...*., the First Baptist Church of Do-- worn tollvo *.* eMtnitr|I MMMokta* w krokim parts a. Ito ro.

i Vale Ik* Dismiss of Mr. mt ... .. H. a-.ta_ Companies Mr h. Ww Homestead In the Sunday school nowlaiy ta flaw ,|MM, tile wine. of, pair carries b MDlmilr SMmto. bad

A__ Mi tin AlitCM.irito.u.7 few TOM Health and Cwfirt. annex rap tkrMdt b Mt reality .olleooHo. but I I KM the.head of this fire, fa woB k.suet

That word "___" b """". mUntmtuit. a earth MUM Tk tmn M tk.1 Mr*. C. O. Robertson, superb later MM MaNe Bed hi .,.. Ml r* our _Io.-A...

: It .OM Ml bases itoiptf Imor ROYAL hM .boom wftkmt end to the -
BOHKSACK RIDING *Bt MOST POPULAR Of *rO TCORALGA6LESRIDINGACADENY .lu rata HM WM: goal .(MMM hUM
.
onntM tf _1 *. It ton l Mwiit "Milan" *nl>l*
+ awe s tfwnlwi Out will Mti ny r.emaa *. h.. to the Public I. .....lIrw.w rport.TW .
smut, ......
hm w a access
F year ...vela. a d.paee.x tree fgm lack swam. .. tk* pint nUM.Ins .
B b bum "lead k beautiful ui.Mb
p. the Hlury whtrt will MM. ro* .. _*tm ass tile nvocr at brig *
tr>,lMfc..4MI. wW rU4 .i to pad
without tutting pw down.k mere wag basIs. .1 I, Ml GonH A.... Cent Calla Tol 4-I7IT. rMton SHOW BOISE Ready to ...... knm. Hm MM hoes an williroMi.
!. these become days, 1M tied they Th MM *f tk* fwf platens >.
skew well Berets Bnkt fir '.
M M Ridi.5.d LltAI turn WorkBOLD AT ... MH-M. nt to general .1I
..,... twnuloa at MM ROYAL TUBA.TCII. absorb We*. Watch tk* IM ef ".Dolmaattra.tlew .
LOW rtlCE send for hr MB wk have load a Kf*
lam u4 ftoMl U this Mtttoief for the gnat ,nabs, 60" Tk* motss m.at. MM of MM old.1 tin of the hon, n4 largely toipo* & MM of training ta th* dub of MM.OM .
PlorUu. Km hi ......,,,.11... of which are man 4IMWM4M ... Rationally!! eat i.ork) enjoyed to Man, n* f* which, bin for this sow, InUTMl IN MtokHih server IOMI the todmkw of good
luscious Wnt pus sea the world fta.Mt .*rtlM oMrMkn ... .
I younger mr tcrUdpoto nets u then OM that (,prf ap- korMmnMlp M bucketing b tot to MMiportti
fta fin UIm team cc e.ML salt meets II kit all UWM tpM ten seemed. or 1], with ..... i
thrilli M4 *. to jWiHii with able iMtnctom and s..tM bat lively I tt teens to eater the ...... Whilepeople
P ", "ul_ TIM bodies their want to see ...... And Incidentally. a mruolM facilities at the CORAL OVBUCS I haw for |IIIP nrk. For adnswd of ill MM rkh. parents who wont
strength, meld Mm MM book 1\ picture I* always lint rem otn pan'' RIDING ACADEMY .'1 .. .
r. Ml Olmld.An *n4 . rMm tk*> haw the top their *klMr l to Wn Vftolto tnlnlm taMM
}' aaeaal.Iedud. have oats IL The policy of tile msnaa Coral OMm. Level people later I I of kon to Mt .... awn ponouJIfkl. n rt will .* a* hotter them ,to
u MMjtos at tile ROYAL far count M a wan tile wet demanded 1_ i vM to MMM konoB .
t, 1 dtkor wander to, .. I trill thus ta rUInt It k onorw}t
plMM ,.. wuk-lomi k. far ors ,Iat_ IN* am, which ...
poor uses n a..e kay *r to hire __. M well M form:I I Tk trnta* for linen aN GIIfIIoao. tb/t will tort a 11/oUm*.
r, Net mato* <* tons rotromlkm that WiQnrptr ..... wake up as .many'. --... I bossy or MM flMt ..... k.... to UMtou ally] lMouk Than probably fa Ml Com to MM *M4n>.. (.... as .ftor
to start back to work ... Sat *t the highest type. asetteas 'I ,
*
pan aNI. have tile Mt Mton f serial UM a.otbw
1 sows thae pm.M. sash snNK aM or a day toroilkMto MM radlltlM
,t with growing vitality. wade W drtinM, .,malts. u well. Mto i steak kit* BMI >* h ...... (M-J! ...... healthful fin nt Mntoi a* ,.* gal all toforautlM fire lad Ttoeof
That tn ROYAL MIWi ." pu San hem, wide. nit the tort at heel tars old tt low east 1 t ---1It.. Students rut t* MT ,._ wanting honM for llrtt.
paralleled aU hop pass with the mews ad old Mt, and IL N Chuckf -I I! All instruction
now tk* p.s.adsupervletos from tsar years me. mrtoc periods cf trek work or for :.... pnrpoof* should
cobs picture hl-ii a ..sort II ..... tile popular and efficient ewes. .. ed .. ... .. ..... .'i I
a..r- training MM.fcofUxr ku tk* M mtos* MI thin _II. Mm 0...... *r, *mi Joka
backing the Mont ..mtiMiari wr -_ the Sepal Than_ tn ....
pro. | of ttntlmi. With their P, I. tam well broom to thin section ofPhrU
1 gnu 1H per ..... now wltknd Mrtoa are Mil heaven I* then ...... Ipwi ..1 hid r.:1: : .MM =MtrM la a very ikort time *. nor I.vko oar random out Many

Al M trmo rtos the port pay kM tkktWtor ar-a or evening who la tows .... .bo dive... :tkl*. ww .......... bed 1 I I how to ride mil from a eschew MM, M pa- them a ...11. T.. will

runt u M wpwtinltr to *M I u.--A. today thins k a rapid ntara to .,,_fa, point, sad with cuiflMM ltM; : asks' It .._I-A...


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III N. B. rim It, NIem4 T4. MIM. Burr TtUmmm.twl prop. Man Team .f Irsal"
fcrrlt. Stile ones nr, MM c:...i.li.. .f Oae.f-Tees r- Molecule" Utili ISI W. ttotW St. TiL I1TIT B. .. Chem, ..... U .. B...m, ...-.r"J.
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