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 10, 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: VID00672
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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In compensation for recent nurrttaitt .I PRIVACY IN ARMY BALLOTING HERB TRAINMTKACEDYNEAKBE j

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loves. Florida grove men /
have bees allowed price inert*** Jour crew number wen killed
amounting to $1 cent a box on FUND STARTEDFOR and one was seriously: Injured In

grapefruit and 43 cent a box on separate accident involving two
oranges, effective from' Nov (0 CITY WATERBY Homestead Army Air Field four
engine transport training ships a
through Dee. II, thelIlaw'OPAlIe14 I few miles south of the bat early
-offlc .nJIIUIeW. FLORIDA CITY Thursday morning while en routine .
Only Florid rowers have been night training flight Two
advances, which crew member escaped with min. .
allowed Neb
The audit of Florida City town or cut*. I
wer* applied for through the Miami d book* tor the two-year period Mn. Edna: It Edward of S. W, ,;
office under the ""catastropheclius from Oct 1, 1942 to Sept. JO, Fifth it. Homestead, was notified - '
** In the price regulation 1944 has Just been completed by of the death of her husband .
for compensation C B. Parker, certified public *ccountanff Flight Officer David K. f
which report Mn. Flora D.vn Edwards: Jr Name of others .
\ In luck,"instance*. Air ,ii Myers, clerk. Involved in the accident were
Thes increase will be added a This astown properties were withheld pending notification .of l'
'to the price ceilings released by aa.-eel II' 100 per cent valuation thnxtof kin. '
it ,f> ""Ilhj": OpAini tct 28 'and published ,, Myen says, and a Flight Officer Edward earnshere ,
.Oct potftwat planning fund wa set up : with hit wife and small BOB,
to1 the"leader of ,27*, In the budget for installing a town :David m. three week ago from II, '
i water system nd Waving town Dallas Tw. when his mother ;
street A preliminary survey Mr*. Kffl Edwards: make her 'i
ROOSEVELT GETS for the)water system was -made home. Funeral services will be
i tay WmA Sydow of Miami Just bald la Mori-blown T_.. his ",
prior to Pearl Harbor, and work witch former home, and burial
1. HUGE MAJORITY will begin on the project when will be in Harrisburg Ky.
4 material are available aceord- The night officer wa a rftphew 1

; IN VOTING HERE (Continued on Pig Tvn) (Continued on Page Eleven) \


I I'I '. In the election which returned Lectures to Women nlY-Sbted .'
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Franklin D. Roosevelt to the presidency -
for a fourth term official To Raise Funds for Camp Nursery 1

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returns the five Redland
from s A aeries of three lecture: to ?
District precinct could not be HOMESTEAD TAXVALUATION. women above !' year of age *
:'obtained from the office of Carl wlU be given at $ p. m. Nev it,
Holmer before the Leader went GI voter marked absentee ballot in strictest privacy at 12 and 29 at the Redland Center
Homestead Ferrying Division achooL Capt J. E:. Bowden, th'l SETAT assembly, hall by Mrs. Pauline i
\to pros voting officer, leave the booth a* CpL Mary Kirkland and Flynt Waddell. area health super ti
j. Available unofficial return_for Jack Nelson await their turn. (Official AAF Vince for Dado and Brewers
V "Precinct 113 (Homestead) showed $1,331,640Real counties to rail fund to finance tt
475 vote for Roosevelt and'lU ,IIAAF GIs Poll Heavy Vote by Mail a working mothers' nursery forbabies

.for Gov. Thorn E. Dewey' of I and personal property In lea than two year *ld.
New York.. Precinct lit.(nor- And in Person in Tuesday ElectionSoldier Homestead 1* valued at '1.331.140In No charge wits be made for the '
lecture,
the 1M4 tax roll accepted by but a silver offering will ,j
Ida City) reported $3 Roosevelt vote from Ferrying Dl- most of them going back to home the city council Monday night be taken 1
', vote and 69 Dewey vote talon soldiers of Homestead' states on the lime day fully from City Tilt Assessor W. B The lecture aerie will deal with ".
Th fifth amendment, "guaran I Field were In the snail and ready narked.. A* far a* the flying atu- Cave Real property wa, assessed feminine hygiene, venereal, disease > t
teeing the right to work,'* was I It tor tabulating, according to the drat and base personnel were at 11,141,730 and personal accident prevention in the
t.r 31*. Absentee ballot bad been concerned It was heavy vote property, at $119910 home, and practical anatomy.
vote 188 to 114 at :
t patted by a Sowing: both way through post from the ATC Ferrying Division Deduction of homestead exemptions Mr*.' Waddell; stationed no(( at '
Homestead, and disapproved byM office window . th* bunk ballots -: base. totaling 1249,870 and Redland Center, la a graduate of "
to S3 at Florida City coming in to' the soldiers andragDay i Absentee ballot were not the widows' and disability exemptions Flower Fifth Avenue Hospital In r e

- only means for voting Registered .' ..,of 27,43S left a net UK- New York, and received: a public ", .
rotor In Florida precinct stationed of health B. S degree tt TeacbeH1College. J 'y
able valuation $1,094415.Th i
Nets Club $325 for South .
l I at the four-engine school tax levy wa presented .1 Columbia University
were given passe and relievedof $41,11904 for the bond Interest did social service work with '
: Dade Red Cross Unit's Expense Fund : 1.
Y duty to enable them to cast and sinking fund (computed from th Russell Sage Foundation andreceived .
vote In home precinct "It was training In dietetic tt
a millag* of, 32) and $9,27139for
: By telling tag on election day, In Homestead worker who assisted a thrill to listen to election returns operation of the Pratt Institute In Brooklyn
the' Homestead Business and Professional Mrs. Herman Katz club the city government
from all over nation
Wom...'* Club cleared president, were Mrs W. It Wal- Tuesday night and know that (computed from a mfilsgeof The proposed. nursery will be Ml
S From these located at the center
) It and
figure will
approximately $323 foi1 the South ton, Mn. I. P. McLean, Mn. V one of thOM vote ws mine," em e
Dade unit of the Red Cross which J. Booth .Mr*. Ctrl.Shaffet, Mrs. said WAC Sgt Jerry Bowman of be seem that If the town had no offer for motherwbo Ire *mployed ->
Continued 24-hour
( on Fig Ten) care of babiesthat
the dub organized at the begins Continued on Pig Eleven) Chicago. .
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are from .hew..k.
to
-- )wo
hing 'of the war and bal tine '
- UniorTrha
ijdvlnx yean of Ig*. A registered nurse Ja

I r aponsored.The unlV headed by'Mrs. B. A. Bond Rally and Auction Slated Dec., I Service-Set for Nov.23, will br In chare at til time.

Tlbbitf operate surgical dressings A 45-mlnut union Thanksgl i THE WEATHER
room In Homestead and Sixth War Loan Committee Announces Ing) service will be held Nov S3 Oft...,..na.e '.pet III W.....-"-!
"' RedUad ait 'well a* a production at I a. m. In the Homestead ,'-- -. __.. n_
: room ,*H Homestead Mrs Tit A,bond rally and auction will Dd County Defense Council has Presbyterian Church with Dr
bits, moreover, serves at a full' be held In Homestead on 'Saturday been promised,she Mid. and 'the Sidney H. Davies, pastor of1 tt* Date Max. H1a. Bar. ads
.' 'tina volunteer Held worker. r Dec. 2, announce Mr*. J. school band will play. First Mcthedlal Church of Homestead Nov. 2 .- J M 3002. r
Tbe RIG which the sponsoring R. Brook who with Mrs. 1:. -J "All money raised by the sixth bringing the neuag Nov: } : .: 82 3080: tOl
i chat:will turn over to' the unit Dyal: 1* serving on the Dad drive will be used for hospital ,Th* public 1* cordially Invited Nov, 4 ,.53 at 2PM 0.54
tor lotat work was raised in the County advisory committee forth equipment at home and abroad," to attend the service which) bat NoV, I$2 U Z99t
tour jarecmct{ of South Dade under sixth war loan drive. Mr*. Brook stated. "A Did been eat for the day to be observed Nov 0 __*1 SI 30,M
tile ohairmanihlp of tire. Ben Co-operttlon from Homestead County quota 1* $30.078,000, It by tile schools and business Now. T ..Jtl S3 30,OT
4 AraAar, : Army Air Field amt from the Continued on Page-Tee) < concern of Dade County, Nov. I .JJ 81 M8J


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Pa Le TwoOUR :sTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE November 10, 1n

{ also served under General Mac- Wm.J. Geronlmo, Jr.. petty of. their children, Linda
'* I{ Arthur who now Is lilts I "11.'& flees second claw pSN, Is expected .- have continued to hikez

.S E'R : EN.AN' WOMENEart j commanding officer.e r brief leave from Baltimore In Forlda to City spend with a home here during* trilit'

V.IC .D Coxswain and Mn. 'Edmond: his parents before going overseas. He. James Sullivan, EOJt of

,"", .. ., ,,.. Pacettl are parents of-a seven anllon..haU Mrs. Geronlmo Is visiting relatives lice Chief and Mn C, H. fir
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-- In Annapolis, lid. van Is now serving Jn
Un and I tibout to atdP4to pound son William Ed- . 4
Rohrer Returning am ,
mond Alexander, born Nov. 9 at
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It have to and COUSINS MEET Vi PACM
I stop
After 2 Yean Overseas now. ,' James Archer Smith Hospital W. E. Watkins arrived home
think when I shillings, florains
uit Mrs. PacetU is the farmer Miss Friday after a four-month voyage Signalman Barney
Daytona Beach. Fla. Nov. 0CpL three pence and such. A Mary Frances Arthur. Mr. Pa with the> Merchant Marin For USCCL and his first wile
Earl P. Rohrer of the signal pound Is worth $3.20 in our pioney. cettl Is stationed now at Long merly, Mr. Watkins was part Harry GurL Jr., S 1-., -USlt,' i'
corps Is expected to arrive I can't see why ,,anygne Beach, Cat, with the Coast: owner of the Grantham Seed cently met somewhere tn
21 In Homestead la the near futureto would use such noney, ,but tfjereIsn't Guard. Store here, and Mrs. Watkins and (Continued on Part Three).
visit his parent, Mr. and Mrs.J much use for any kind down
,
here. n TT:1i11j: : ;; ; 11 11111 Li
F. Rohrer.
CpL Rohrer is returning on "We went down to an AustralIan -
furlough from ZJ months of overseas camp this morning. One //of
service In the European: the sergeants showed us everything -
theatre of operations and told us about the natives -
'I . Farmers Industrialists :
Jungle Australia and lots -
Johnny Little Writes I of things. It's funoy to hear
I them talk and kind of hard to
Impressions of England I understand. They are lots of

fun and are much like
us.
very
,I Pfe. John 'Little, youngest son We have the south cf Miami equipped'with
of Mr. and Mrs. C. W Little, re.ccntly This country looks Much like only shop
parts of Florida. We have nice
arrived In England with
his outfit weather with a pretty blue sky large portable electric welding: units ready to (0.AN1VIIERE' .

He writes his parents: 1 find and lots of white clouds. It rams
often but it's not hot and the
England a very beautiful and very -' TIME
thrifty country. Everything is nights are very comfortable. In ANY
very neat, and every foot of land the distance we can see beautiful
Is being used for something It mountains, and the Jungle that .

.n Is 'rathtr cold here, and we.see. surrounds us Is pretty, too but FABRICATING AND WELDING A SPECIALTY;
little of the 1\In. ." not much fun when you get Into
. It

Sports Broadcast Heard "I am in a tent with five other
boys and as we have no lights we
Overseas by J. T. Godwin go to bed at' dusk and really gets I Certified Service
plenty of Bleep. It's fun living> Welding
"We
have a very good radio, his way and eating out hI'mess
and over the short wave we picked j
r, kits, but I Imagine it will get
I: up the Alabama-Tenneuee tiresome after a bit . ." South Kreme Are. Homntead. M39 N. W. 7th St. Miami.,FI*.
football game," writes Lt I, T.
Godwin from the Pacific to his CpL Dickinson's father was a
parents Mr. and Mn. R. L. Ood- corporal World War One and

win. "It was 0600 o'clock In the, ". ..

morning here, and 1400 o'clock of .. .
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the afternoon before In the J .
States ," -
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Harry I. Pinder Returns . -.
C' From 20 Months OverseasChIef :, ,,: ,


Boatswain's Mate Harry .. ) ., . ;.'
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Lee Finder USNR Is
spending i
ra a, 30-diy leave with his wife' the '. tr. .I :. ', 'f.:
former Mill Edna > + : ' : .
Booth, after 20 : F
months I :'. 'f-' ..I..J..I. A'V' .: .
-of overseas duty. Mr. "''t..jG} E o'lj.'i A XP R'A W. S H V"r \ -- .
Finder Is wearing the Silver Star . ... . .
J" .r > -, . -
.fvo'1 .
for participating In' five major 'i I"t'O ,: ,1 f" : ; '7/ ; {" "" 1M W !! .
.
.:. Invasions Tunisia. Sicily, Saler .' < :' Announces oEstablishment of. /. '* 0 --T--::: ': "

..", no, Aniio and Normandy.

Mn. Finder Is taking a month's '' .. . _.._
leave ;( ;'' -' ; of" . ; -
of absence from her'duties ; ' ,, .::, : . .
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at the Homestead city hall
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Rdther Sullivan Now GRAWSHAW ENGINEERINGt.CO! .. ." ":.- ,,h.


r'' At Lauderdale NAS .. 62 W Flayer St. t .
:, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Nov. t. I i 'l' y
Marine Pfe. Rather Sullivan son Miami '32, Florida .
of Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Sullivan .

of Homestead Fla. has Joined ,c > s'Engineering
the Marine guard at the naval : -
air station here. : .,; :

Pfe. Sullivan was transferredto : .
the base after completing; two -
.
> years of Pacific service. '" '
While overseas, Sullivan was "' i! ,-; Surveying, Subdivision ;

stationed at Samoa and In the. "', '. : .
mice Islands where he was Inaction : Plats Supervision'of: ) ,
against lip aircraft units. ,
F The 23-year-old Marine Is I . ->; 'Construction. .. ;.. : '
graduate of Homestead High. ,.
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l CpL Dickinson Tells .'.:. \ ":' ,' We have purchased themaps o.
; Of Life in New Guinea \ . :
; -,' ; d"nndfieJd notes of the R. ,
j w.: CpL Lamar Dickinson.! Jr. radio "'1 t' '; jr,' n '. ..late.A '" 'I." . ., .
" operator-gunner on a B-2S, is stationed "':'- : : T. : ,.. '' Livingston Homestead and I ..
i DOW la New Guinea In a I .. -4''t-' i ,
Y recent letter to his parents Mr. will specialize in work .in South -
and Mrs. S. L. Dickinson of Homestead .. ' I .- ," ,
be said: . i f '::> "- ; Dade County and the', Florida. .. ,
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Tve really been t few places *" ...; ; ..
' and seen a few things since I o. > r Keys. ', -.

t left the States . The natives '
are really funny. What do you '
think about black native with > > '
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4 red 'hair? I've even seen some ,
with almost orange hair. They .
are about our else, but they have ... .
big, broad feet and short legs s

Their beads are shaped like ant J CRAWSHAW ENGINEERING: co> ; .
$ egg itand'ng on end and some of ',' ..
them have holes In their sin .'
62 W. rlailer St. .. .
Which they wear trinkets. One .;. ,
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native even carried his pipe In : ,. .

t his ear About the only thing Miami.. 32.,. Fla. : ,. .... : Phone 3-5982 ,...:.
they wear is a piece of cloth ; ,:. t
yr? about their waists. I saw some
kid going along the road and he

lost his cloth. He calmly put It ... .
3, en again and came on to talk ; < ;.. i
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with us. Ke thought we were
cowboys because we had funs

Rom of the natives know t little '" ,- '. .. " : .
'mUsh and ,they call everybody .: 1'1. . "
Joe'. They an.want our. watches :: ,<
and they are very amusing. . ,
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USO BEGINS GI I G.A. Crawshaw Organizes Engineering! \' '. .. #3Men [Evangelist Minister Will Speak #RAt

Firm' to Specialize in South Dade, Keys in ServiceContinued Meeting.
RENTAL BUREAU .
I The II... H. E. McKinley,
Q. A. Crawshavr. former Red- work Jor the city of Miami. I evangelist i ho Is tohiucting a revival
J& AID TO BASE lalnd District resident who The company may be reachedby 1.. . 4.f.. .. ; at the First Baptist Churchof
the past. three years has been telephoning Miami a-s82.
head of the engineering division I ( From Page Two) I II Homestead, will be guilt

replying to the Q. I. housing of the city of Miami, announces I Pacific for the first time In five' speaker at 11 a. m Tuesday at
bureau story In the Leader-En- that the Crawshaw Engineering Lions Club Hears Gray I years. Harry formerly made his the meeting of the Redland DU- I
,rprlM of Oct 27 the USO Club Co. of M W. Flagler st, Miami. Talk Snake home here with his grandmother, tract Ministerial Association In i
Species
fan Homestead announces Its; cooperation will specialize in engineering and on Mrt' Pestle Sanderson and Barney -,, the First Baptist Church.
with the ipecfbl services surveying In the Redland District Aa Informative lecture on I 1*.the younger son of Mr. }i
!<>ato*--of. .Homestead Army: Air and the Florida Keys and in subdivision snakes was made by Clarence and Mrs. R, L Godwin.. .
rtturttr-toratin: housing faclll plats and blueprints of Cray. science Instructor at Red- !
for servicemen and their Sam Harris S J-e, returned I
lies lands In this Section land High School to the Redland I ,
' rlamffle. yesterday to Camp Peary Va. REDLAND
District Lions Club Tuesdaynight.
'Due jto Die critical housing Mr. Crawshaw aDd his partner. I after spending boot leave here
:'thorlof*tt:Sooth Florida that lauajng.so A. O. Zapf, experienced surveyor with his parents, Mr. and Mr*.I
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1tt much concern amnont have bought the maps and Mr. Gray told how to Identify Bob Harris. .
;..nmitny1personnel, the USO is field notes of the late A. R. Livingston the various species, and Illustrated ; e I CAFE "
I
;Dilating all military applicants and ", pioneer civil engineer of his talk with preserved specimens Cecil Walker was Inducted at i
:aks anyone having homes, apartments South Dade. | and with a Small live ,Camp Blandlng Wednesday
or rooms for rent to register Mr. Crawshsw lived In the Red- ground rattler exhibited In a glass I. Specializing in
'vacancies with Mn. A. E. land District 14 years and Is a Jar.
;Aul or Mrs. Wm. J. Ceronlmoi& past commander and I member The majority of the 2,300 Homestead Labor Camp Southern Cooking .
: the USO Club. of John O Saner Post of the Am- known species of snakes are Accommodates Bahamans
: :Captain Alvin E. RelUy, special erican Legion harmless and many of them are
;services officer At HAAF., hajst He has had 24 years of experience beneficial! ," Mr. Gray said. "Only Homestead mobile labor camp, CHICKEN and
I up a bureaiion the ferrying as a registered engineerand 20 of the 138 varieties found In used originally for domestic help, STEAK DINNERS
Htivlslon bate to give the Air surveyor In Dade, Browardand I the United States are poisonous will be pressed Into service this I SERVED ON SUNDAY
Transport Command personnel a Monroe counties He served 16 of these are rattlesnakes two year to house laborers from the j,
I 9 pIng hand in the housing prolj14m. ten years with the city of Miami are coral snakes which are kin, Bahama Islands, it was learned I REGULAR MEALS
; Capt. Reilly announced that and for eight years was office engineer -I to the cobra, and two are the cottonmouth -] yesterday An operating staff has WEEK DAYS
>$luable war working hours are In charge of right of and the copperhead been appointed, and the camp, located -
.list due to time spent In search During the past three W81'1 moccasins. The klngsnake ls a at E. Mowrjr and FiveMilerd.
:of suitable quarters for soldiers was also head of the engineering beneficial cannibalistic species ., will be opened as soon as
d 1het J8f'IIf division and had charge of all which kills rattlers and is totally the officials arrive here.A .c. C.; Powell, Prop. i iIf
; surveys, designs! and constructionwork unaffected by the rattlesnake contingent of 194 of the laborers -
;iMrs. Conroy Akers Dead; for that division. venom who came In N. nailer Ave

;Services Held Tuesday Mr Zapf a lifelong resident "Snakes resent captivity" Mr. brought the population TU.lda'l' !
said been Goulds camp near the
of Miami has had 20 ;years Of experience Gray "and have
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(doted All Day Teesdar)
I Norms, Irene.Akert, 68, wife of as a surveyor and for known to refuse food for a two-
Conroy.L. Akers, died Nov. S ini the past three years has been In year period while held caged." supervisor of teachers, will speakat I
Mt Ttmvalescent home. direct charge of field survey Dr. I. T. Pearson Dade County the club's next meeting. n
: iTuneraT-services were heldTuesday _.
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g. RKiuiwiaiuvtjinnnitRivzjttiWKfinnnjvefina iIiI iIiI iI tI tI III 4 '
( at the graveside in Palm
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jdemetery In Naranja by Dr. Sid-
ivy H Davies of the First Meth-
; Church of Homestead under
I lift direct'on of the.Turner Fun-
!etal Horn. ,
H Mrs. Akers was a native of
:Newark, N. J_ and came here 23 GROVE-ilOME -
years! ago to make her home. She A FINE : "
survived by her huiband.
" !, .. t' :H 32 acres, including approximately 10 acre mixed grove ten acre$...,, .'rh' ":,
in of Mrs. Dickinson jioil. Elegantly furnished ,. .. .' ,
> pine fruit land, 12 acres deep vegetable ;

Dies at Atlanta Home 'r ,'. natural rock home comprising large ving room, dining room, '

,I kitchen, three bedrooms, bath", large screened porches. .
f Ceo. C. Ferrell, 48, Mother 01
rs. S. L. Dickinson of Home- io $17500 furnish :
end, died unexpectedly 6f corornry '
l thrombosis on Oct. 28.at his .! J. r / .' .,- .. ; $15,000, Unfurnished
ome in Atlanta. Mr. Ferrell was ,. 1.. V .. 't', ' ' .
tonal manager of the' Cotton !
Insurance Association, and had '

l'.made Ike past Ms 34 home years.In Atlanta for ,;; LUXURIOUS. ESTATE : \ "1 \y:

1 Mrs. Dickinson went to Atlanta
1 lor. funeral services which were Ten-acre avocado and Persian lime grove with wonderful nat i

Ijeld Oct 31 In All Saints' Eplsif ural rock home of three bedrooms and two baths. Many' unusual I
l Church and then to Hurts- and most desirable features.
boro, Ala, the old. family home, t
''here committal service .
weje $25,000 Furnished
: :, \
I held at the graveside. A euchar. .
it mass for Mr. Ferrell was . $23,000 Unfurnished ;.;V
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1 roadcast from New York City on .
I ov. 2 by the Layman's Club oltfie ..
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Cathedral of St. John the : .
ber.Divine, of Which he was a memtINr. I FARM OR DAIRY OPPORTUNITY :

Ferrell was the eldest son
t of the late Ch let 'Of Police and :n '.86 acres including more than 200 acres deep soil, some shallow

!Mrs. ihi:.. Ferrell who formerly soil, and 10-acre pine "island," fine for home site, Two 16 x 70

I made the home former here Miss Beside Sarah ft.: C. B., concret -floored buildings.. Electricity. R. R. siding

,Crook of Union Springs Ala. Mt. i y'_'and 'packing house that can be rented. Insured title. All for
It.rrelll.n.. three sisters and aiJtrother '
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( : Mrs,/ J. Chambllss of .- ,,:, j $100 an acre, one-third cash

j ityurtsboro,. Mrs. A. C Longwortb '. ..
;tire former' Miss Alice Ferrell) Of *4
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jThomaston, O*., Mrs. Dickinson : '
land Capt frank 3:. Ferrell.: USA GROVE-NET 1943 INCOME $3,500Ten
[AT; veteran of China action, now ,
ibstrudtorat Biggs Field, El Paso, .
.350 avocado 850 Persian lime
trees
(Tet. Capt Farrell flew east for acres-approximately ,
[the funeral and reported No* 8 to trees, all in best condition. Net -1943 income $3,500. As much

j38th Street Air Field in Miami this year or better 13 four-inch irrigation wells. Good tenanthoue. -
;where he will take a one-week. "
. 1940 International truck. and hose
:.courtIn. 'trulse control -: > Yaeger pump mower
> Mrs. Dickinson and Opt' Fer- email tools.
Irell spent Saturday in Jacksonville '
: with Mrs. Dickinson's see. $15,00Wrerms( Most Reasonable i
:tend son. Petty Officer Third .
'!'Class Wm; F. (Bill) Dickinson, :',f
iwho Is radio operator-gunner on 'I
1&; dive bomber at Cecil, Field,
. .Capt Fersell will visit briefly in EL.l4VOR' FROSCHER ;
Homestead: before returning to .
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HOMfSTEAD LEADER III lIIIIIIIIIIDlIRIummmlmRHflUP[1 J,
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AfD ENTXVRISXh I [ ;' Manpower Shortage ] 20 Years Ago- '

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X1111101 Ward .... ... .ala."The .

MAST tmucu DfciwaoNic resignation of A. T
Jackson
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Maidh k 1 from the city council SM.ac
I cepted .' and the
ctrrnotr (Amtti a vacancy Was
is c.. 1 M>. M.i S MWI tae; filled b7'the selection of Or, H.Schlefet .

O...M. .! !>** p CMM, (:j.., I1...,1 . .*
e ntti *.r ...*. "Two of the voting precinct (a
the Redland District, ftrdlaod and
ewes r ..sees dew man Princeton, teat a majority vote Jar .
Mesa 1 nn so w "a -I .
this Republican
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am. .. Ire. f htp ..y. tors but otherwise the result of +"
the election\ Tuesday WM a rnajority .
of 1ICII'IDIJ.1l1twe for -the
The Morning{ After Democratic ticket . Coolidge
was elected over Davis and taroOetts ..;
Br rAwOe Jtorhew Vtpabkk *'. Mm W. Martin- 14
Having a hiatrioMe ........ his Republksa opponent forgo*. s:c\t
Kevin a .by. .........-... Senior by a three ear Tate ',\
'111_', little rats can d* about It / "% and Mrs Carts I.tee: "
Ea-ccpUnf hope to keep two d of glut ar* '.iMwicteg "tinj :birth ,*tdaughter 'a :

;lumps at. the Post Oradyit. ,
Hospital on Oct. VTr r .-
Ahead" of'wh.tf.d,,- to you"Of -Mr*. W. H. BuserO wen elected 1 F
suffering 'or .lose.or itch. president of the Ladles. MUstoaary -
So.busy doing that you'cannot Society of the U. E. Church.
Take time\ to worry which ft South . ." r
which. -Miss ill
Harvey Palmer. en. 101
I UrtahMd the Bridge CIvb at the ."
But oh, that glorious morning home of Or. and !I....James Archer .
Her, Smith ."
When there your tree are, still I "Mlsi Ruby Laach. returnad
upright Tuesday from a sumntef vvcatfon i'
And God has washed Ills world spent in Long Island N. Y." .
and left It "Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Letchwortb ,
Spread for you shining bright left last week for Kansas City." .
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B> M ill
Your puny 1 loaves t In the gale; With the United States called oa to product mare food power to other agricultural work. Haying with the "bull Wwk
the farmer to pick UP about Continue Next :
You then at any other tune in its history and with fommerdy rake, or basket, enables
are too then
busy rejoicing pressed by the tliaru* end breakdowns 1,000 pound. of buy without toppini *t ipetd of Bv*to
nttnpmnr
That you are here to tell the tat urgently needed equipment they art frying to make iMt 1} ,mile an hour. The basket I* 11 to K fret wide, with The revival it the ltfrit'Bap. )
tale. for the duretno. O .l n bcV a cenfcrmc t* eight-loot prongs that can be raleer" 'XI completion of the tilt Church of Homestead will >
I It Mt how they could :: oidoC of the mechanical marvels pick-up, for a speedy run to the Mt Several hundred continue next week with the R*v. t
that real kern tile parity was tile "...U rake" wed such, -iuS r.ka" ar* now hi UM.. L.nr photo, a Chevro
L. Crantford
B. pastor, o1n, the
mechanical
Stranger Than from rt mechanic converting a .D nke
t Fiction lot haying which can be built locally at low eat a
>unlNr douo UMMT * a > operates with ank wcirior d World War 11. from a Junker automobile preaching and the McKinlijr Musical !
The AmericanRed Cross fe- b end to equal the ijaauctivttr+ d dew. mo with riii...Bteet tile basket or nk. Bluet be mounted on the Messengers of Morristoiiyn, lI'Tenn.
velved a cable with II separate three MM erf bone e-Tl. apart d te Marmot III\YIIoI nor II tile stands which hr aene* the front end of the .. diractinaX the music end
ddreaie and It said.. .ail 101 M WO fart ... Tbu the rake. am the completed rate the tranimheioa mutt b*turned to obt.1ILIfIrao song services.
separate algna tae and W via eniik backward. Other chance an required in
turn, but only one menage It bone former tanwiMt iwiiirir by th.eliminating vw.*Ml WHIMMM caM kwMd care manw IU anohng......,teak yum and eteering med...... Large congregations are attend I
wed; ing each meeting, says Mr. Grant

"Am primer of war. Am j ford who cordially invite the >.
weO. Here baby arrive "ar." war veterans honorably discharged public to the services,

Discovering they were an to since December 21. 1MO, .p
become father at about the same TOWN and' FARM ,, who are unable to find them,, the Form VPB-UM at M>f, msm.t
Vms H newly captured Aroerl WPB and the National Homing office of the Federal .OUIiDI
can fighting men In a German in WARTIME Agency offer immediate priorities Agency office. If the VvteVatt doe .
prison camp took advantage of assistance for construction, not know where the nearest FHA I
the only mean of cabling their Pr.,arw II y OTTICt OT V/AIIMTOUUTION alteration or betterment of houi- office ii situated his local bark .
wives through the Red Cross Veteran should apply on
tI. er should be able to ten him s
when an International Red Cross Net a Man In eke Plant I maUon Bureau Australia then I J
Committee delegate visited the The have It all their spent millions of dollar trying to
women
camp. He twit the cable for the I 1 1MlAT
I 1 then own way In one Melbourne Australia -I get rid of the offspring of theee
. rabbits. The Australian bunted
war plant. Now entering
lie fourth.year of operation .this' them with guns,, traps, poison
:A Living War MemorialA plant U run entirely by women bait, ferrets end gas. In W.em:
ages 3S to 40 MOlt of the women -I ,Australia they even built t supposedly
''i. living war memorial com- had never worked outsidetheir rabbit-proof fence from
r ritually in which Invalid and disabled home before they took their North to South. Still the rabbits
soldier may live with their present )ob Among other thing I tncreseed Then came the war.
fdmlliee-.has been proposed for the women turn out steering geac Other meat grew acarco. Rabbit PRESIDENTOF
Scotland by an ex-servlcemen' for Brett gun carrier and meat was coupon-free.: Recently THE
organiiatlon and will be built as cope holder for teill-I I the Indian government asked for +
I l/Af/TCO STATCSStfrvro I 1
I soon a* the endowment Is complete MU Irene Searle*. general Australian rabbit to breed for
and a bulding site Is found ger, I* now In the U. S. studying I food for.her services and export THE BILL our r ,"
the British Information Services latest production method ot rabbit pelts .to the United State 04CORPORAMW774E
K report. Blocks of homes will be la increasing. Today. AudraUa's fiOV'scourr
t grouped around a cloister In Rabbit Cornea late TO Own : one-time pest is prscUlcalljr a national OFAMeRICA
vhtck will be I clinic staffed and When early English, settlers bars

equtiped to give hospital treat moved to Australia, they took To Help Veterans wUk Has.rag
meet and medical aid. Covered rabbi with them according to
New and Infor- To provide living quarters for I
corridors will lead to each group the Australian II I
r e>t kpartment* an that patients ---- ; -.
i ean.be taken for treatment in
any
weather) The community will be V1 MqtCJT S f --t" ;
complete In Itself but will be built

.1 rtol abl.1..r Edinburgh" -near (Answer nest week) '.
;,; shop schools, church**, place of
. entertainment and center of employment -
:'l" Each tenant will pay

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. Ibis disability pe clock /S AOT aZsl .

TO SWAP The state of your Budget will improve, when'

7 Years of Casualties you get into the habit of coning here regu -

J The Chinese army tram JulyT NORSES WHENCROSSNC holy . for our price are always faJr.-anrsw

'.;. MUST to June 11, 1M4, suffered '
.\,.. -1 Answer to'last'wet'k'a ad --- -
MMjnO casualties" to say nothing _

*f 1M civilian Casualties, of which A STREAM. Thomas Jefferson was known as the "Sage.ef)lentteello.* 1
there are no accurate .statistics,
Mae Chinese New Service report l
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The only consolation the Chinese eo cce r
r' have la that during ipproxtmtelyhe
( same period the Japanese hadtlwitM NO KXTtA COST >a ALL TOT DCTAIU LUMBERS CdHARDWAr

I..r' .rmy '.asualUe on the Let our complete an pmement* save yon many of,the
, ffhkw front beside the 800.000 trying aad moments when unexpected occur Detail' here ? ft'.ILD.NC HAJf.fc.iAi.'NZ .
E''r t- ...ef suffered. in th* rear, are not a matter of Increasing'the, costs are an. Included 67
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Th avenue' Amarkan: wast*.

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SKILLED CROPtjOOERS j War Correspondent Commends ATC \ :


OFFER' Snowball" Run on Radio Broadcast


Big Douglas C-M transport i i over many airline, both doraa- .
.LOCAL SERVICE planes and pilots of the Ferrying ties end foreign, St John declared
? WvUlou, Air Iranaport CegnmaodtrazuvAtlantte that he had never hddan an
"SOowktll MM, received better plane or with better pilot
Tbo International Crop JXisUag
high praise a !few dan ago thaIabe ferrying Division's"Snowball"
loa:: ot Miami I* offering local .
from war correspondent and radio provided.The
grove man and growers an efficient commentator Robert St John. .C-M which brought Robert 044
dusting service under the
"You tar give me ATC tor nyranitey St. John back to the United I;
tupervialon of Ooy VHlaU. The
any time." exclaimed 9t State also carried leveral wound r
rompaity. now located at 4100 V : '
John The noted commentator ed and-1111 who were being evaeVhaw >4
Miami ewe. win open a Hone- reached New York Her oversight to lads) country lot hospUaf. I
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;Wad flit* later tn the ,..... Ii
from England and
W Q Van Tito chief pilot" flight j i
went on the air nag dusted In this vicinity for a
minute of his fifteen minute
program
motor .* pear Experienced to prate of the Air Tr...- Tennis Craws PopularAs 1 will 1513Wacoairplanes '
crop hating pilot fry I ,
port ConuMud. '
which wet Swimming Goo Out
pur- '
Instructor and be penonnel
'rhiaer ( the goverenent and '
ra of Divialon homestead jnunlelpal'
the Ferrying Its Horoedead
whida have two reboot tor Mr.
field were happy-* hear iwimmlng pool closed for the wto-I
-Y11UU tad Mi ef skilled'skwaft
crew eueb Men claim attrMMited to ter test weak after Its beat acm.
worker* Cato dinting of 1 t ....., :
< graduate the big four-engine see tat piany It wMI reapen
l plane- airlines achooL All Pilots f1l the 11 In April and May, Arf McKee Growers ef. a
->+de,;!VllUte operated fleetofjwMUo world amulets flying the C-M ally'maaager, aaUL .

track" between Miamiad'Ieey leviathan are graduates .f the TaMil! i* becoming: popular *> .
West far s number Homestead 2nd OraVlanaJ Training the municipal court*,,jotft ib*' r
-.al'll; land before topenlns the Unit v \ pool a* the weather '*U?* real : : ,
.vcs4 'feuttaf cBlerprla' spent Homeateaderf ).aYtl'look been aid McKee. who "JII.Ioot quslatlen ,. TOMATOESi
awcft'Km*:in Homestead learning 11 '- ,r,.
ringing high :0ralw nf ;heir the tetlnU tacUitiea, POTATOES ,
Se Of end obtaining a11MtdaI" com- )
> tn"redu. *, The cowsLs long .
punt. license Hi* lnJM and arduous, Jt U' tcu.The '
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| 4...'qrplane( a* well M the belt'PloII,front"Ferrying JXvlatootnitapatlogi Miami Air Depot Showt. ': : <. BEANS . _
twebleh** .( grower ted Mm 1* '* ,
ihraugbout (he nation ,Movie In II. It S. TodayThe
safer the crap dusting business ,
are enrolled in, the bugs i
AT present the company! may school and .graduate to fly to reached by telephone, at Miami . ,
four-engine stare M beat I wilt. get a double barrelled load
17135and -oHI. ,pilot in the world 1 1I of war today from the Miami Ail I,
Stating that Jbe .ha
.M..J.: Brownlow Pioneers ........._.........,........ I vice (Caot, M Amy Air Force Protect Your Crops
motion petvre, and a display of
:At Leader Subscriber, I 'MMKS ABCBCIt SMITH aircraft aoteaaerte used. aty air.
IWSTtTAL
NEWS
M. J. Brewnlow, who pioneered men in emergeaeiea j
mm '' I "Sorvloe Groua" <*.P:d* artivi.ties With Service
bert pubMTibcr in tMd.U hw the been LMder a Constant>Cnlrr- j'---' ; Rob : Cawubeare of the Air Service Command Dependable Busting ;

priM since the paper began life parent of a six and one-half oversea and shows how technical ,
pound ton, Richard, born Nov 3 repair and supply work la
In 1913 M the South Florida Banner I
at James Archer Smith Hoop talMra. carried on In the combat tone Experienced dusting pilots and X
Mr Brownlow M acrlbed to! Cauube U the former Mla Included in the display will ba
the Banner three month before Betty Bowen, daughter of Mrs.Mae many of the 200,000 Item supplied -
1U tint issue and has kept. up his Morrli. to the Army Air Force b, 3 airplanes now available in ,

subscription without a lapse for Clarence Robert, who weighed the Miami Air Depot and itored

lI..rl1'13 yein H. and Uw lat teat pound eight ounce, war I IA the. depot nora than warehouse JMADOOOOcubic *ntalaing }i this area, for protection of i iJ
)Ira; Brownkrw cam bare fromHllllborou.h lion *ov. S to Mr, '.std Mn.'
fleet of storage
apace
tattoo.
County sad ka Gee i
played' an active part In pioneer 1 I Mr. and Mn Alvin Simmons, early crops.International .

We.at a grove man. He was also. .re wreolc of a five and ne4ialf Free Methodist Church J I { :
associated with the first grapefruit pound daughter born Mov 6. Mn
Holds Service TodayA
packing house In the area. Simmons (* the lormer Miss Leila:
built '
at Naranji'Lawrence
Bullard special service will be held
Medical patient were Mn. at T:49 tonight %y the Rev and
King; HeadsR.II& net',a .Jett ot Homestead and Mn' Paul Smith at the Free Crop' Dusting Co. t
Mr*. Ida Crl/jin of Miami Methodist Church In Florida
Student Council
Tonsillectomies were performed announces the Mn. j
City pastor
.Lawrence King baa been elected this week for Alone and Gertrude -I Edith :Tamblyn 4100 N. Miami Ave Miami Fla.

president of the student council Odom ot Princeton and I The message will be brought
ot Bedland High School Serv- Grace Gorman and Paul Baker: by Mr Smith southern regional Telephone

ingji'lth! JUm are: Robert Jonei, of Homeitead I director, and Mr*. Smith will as- 7.7039 and 3-0018 Evening 9.1253d
vice-preildent; Kathleen Camp- Other surgical patient thisweek list him with ilnglng
b9Ir.' secretary, and RoaemaryWjrfcft were Mn Mary Roberts 01 A junior meeting will be held 1
\ ,: trMsurer Bruce Wagner. Ooulda and Mr*. Elisabeth Wei- at J:41 this afternoon with -
New therfard of Miami clal speaken
*"p rUimentarlan and Wm.
come, attorney generiL I .
The) council was represented at -
the recentmeeting 'at Ponce de
Leon High School by Lenora Williams

Gaby, Kathleen Robert June Campbell( and, Louis Lawrence -

King I RE i LAND BRAND FERTILIZERS(< 1


A Daniel Come U Judgment ;I : ;

Juit nr a new tax assessor
: had ,office, a citizen of a
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I municipality was aitonIihe4.l '
i : | l dismayed by the receipt -
; ot..j oUce that under "per-,

a i aonat the Property"tt8*Mor he of .)tote vas goal taxed $24 I I . .. ,.* :<**..... .' Consult us about your fertilizer require-

H. Hilled the new tax aaiea- I ':.
t t" and deansnded'an explanation.UWijrj' f.- .
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t''W LawT What law?"mapped the: go'emmtit '
I man whit the bill i Due to regulation and short4 .
"Jurt this," replied the aiaeeiftt. -

i t ..ppioUUng to a passage In his '" "" materials will-not be able to ,
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of
I Ibft"took*fit gays.,rlfht here r' i .} ,: :ages we.
and I
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t t' abutting front.Tbtar-n on-the Watt highway Street Journal, $11 a I ,, make ALL of our regular mixtures. But we will:. ...,, .'. l

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Coxswain Le Pierce, USN of! Mr& O. C. Hole of Danville, m. Mr. and Mr Jess Cave* <
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I Richmond Naval Air Station and: arrived Friday to spend the winter Ou] and son'Ronaidwkie Suriday tl
and Mr. guest of Mr. and.M/*. J, .
r a the week-end at her home her, .
Edison, *, spent
In and ground her as a house guest of big cousins and Mrs E. Reed who accompanied Cave. :
[ Mr. and Mrs E. L. Lawrence.I II her home have returned to
their trailer. Mr. and Mr*. Clifton De perry
a of Perrlne were $uday, guests
Mr and Mr*. Jules Hobart of I of Mr. and Mrs Fritz Schroeder."
f Homestead I If I Fort Pierce, former Homestead Mr. and Mr. J. Natall and family -
resident, have been pending I II of Oswego, N. Y.;.; are expected
Tony and Peter lori of tpswlth
I I several day her on business this week. Mass, have, arrived for,the win-,
;r ter.
;. TIle Rev, T. H. Norton, former CoL and Mn. C. B. Gould have W. H. Wysong and Reed W. D. E. Baldwin left Tuesday for '.. -
of ZeUwood, Fie. are a ten-day visit with his daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Conur.
i pastor of the Silver Film Methodist left for a visit In Birmingham, Wyiong Joseph \
Church, Mr*. Norton, the for- 'Mich, after spending several day spending the week with Mr. and Mr*. Eva Fitzgerald; in Tampa chlo of Fulton, N. Y. are here ,
l mer Miss France Dabney of here with Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Mn. J D. Wyiong. Reed will for the winter. They are making
, Homestead, and their children,, Jacob En route, they will visit report Nov. IS to Camp Bland- Mr. and Mrs. S Musumler and their home with D. defentls.
t Mowretn and Tommy, Jr. arrived In Godfrey 111, where their Ing for Induction Into service' children of Fulton, N. Y. arrived
from Jacksonville Tuesday to daughter, Mill Marilyn,, 1* attending Friday for the winter.L Farm House to Feature -
visit Mrs. Dabney1 uncle and KhooLMr Cpi and Mr,i James J. Jones
aunt, Postmaster and Mr*. S. E are on furlough in La Porte, Ind. a IIle I r Whitehead of New Home Grown Vegetables

\ ,Livingston Mr. Norton, who li *. Roy Carroll of Meridian, .................................... Smyrna 1* visiting his grandparent ,Only fresh vegetables 'win be
now pastor of Ortega Church In Miss, whose husband Is In the ,.Mf. and Mrs. J. S. Cave served at, the farm House, 'andas
I Jacksonville, will leave Saturday navy, Is staying here with her FLORIDA CITYBy far a* possible, only homegrown
but Mrt. Norton and the children sister, Mrs. Vannie Lee Harris, Jr. Warrene Severs Mrs. D. L. Lau ermI1k of Tampa produce will be wwd,* lay
will remain for a longer visit. .......................:............ visited :lit. and Mr. Lloyd Miss Julia Sullivan, who opened

J. L. Williams, head mechanicfor Mr*. M. L. Wiseand her seven- Delta Sunday, the ,restaurant last week at til
Mr*. Sylvia Atkln returned the lUte road department In year-old daughter, Dorothy, returned N. E. Flagler ave "I certainly; c
Wednesday night from a four- this section, hat been transferred to their home in Goulds The W. W. F c. meet tonight appreciate the wonderful patron. 5
r month vlalt In Boaton with their to Fort Lauderdale.- Mrs. Williams -I Monday after a week spent here: with Mr. Lloyd Delta. ate w* are receiving, and I will
son-in-law and daughter, Capt the former Miss Leola Little with Mrs. Wise' mother, Mr*. s. try to merit it* continuation.*
I and Mr*. Harold Folsom and their and their two children are T, Gorday. Dorothy fell and Mr. and Mrs. L. R Becker of Fwd rooms and a screened
)f little daughter, Aliens and Patricia with him In Fort Lauderdale.H. broke her left arm last week but Fort Pierce visited reatlve her p d to b of the freshly-painted:
and In Marietta Ga. with I it wa reset and is, knitting sat over the week-end. frame bungalow accommodate It
her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. A .Ekberg returned Tuesday isfactorily. tables, and on* of.the rooms'can .
and Mr*. Manuel Arozarena At- .from Chicago where he bad pent Lewis Lott hal returned from be reserved for private patties
kln. Mr. Atktni I* a department the aummer. Mrs. Ekberg will I ,- a visit with his father, W V. or club dinners, Miss Sullivan
superintendent in a. B-29 airplane come a* soon a* she can obtain David Snow arrived from North Lott, In Orlando.Mr. say. Three separate rooms in;;
plant. reservations. Haven, Conn, Friday to spend the rear are used respectively'for t
i the winter at his horn her*. and Mn. J. F. Hamilton cooking, salad making: and dishwashing
Mr. and Mr*. O. B. Parker returned Michael Joseph Golden, Infant Mrs. Snow stopped on the way of Tavernier Visited friends her and a separate buildingin t
Monday from St., Augustine son of 8-Sgt and Mrs. Patrick here to visit daughter-in-law, over the week-end. the :yard 1* used a* a ,storage!
where they pent month'i Joseph Golden who has been ill Mrs Roger Snow, In Fort Pierce. room. I
vacation With them came Mr*. I since bis birth Oct. 14 In Biltmore. Mrs. W. E. Morgan has returned -
Sherod Poppell of Jesup, Ga. .- i. Hospital, was returned.Saturday Mr*. E. Durgln of Miami Visited from a week' stay with her WANT ADS PAY 1
to his borne Redland rd. here husband Sable.
ter of Mr*. Parker, who Joined on Sunday. at Cape
them at $L Augustine and will I r rnnnnnrarsnrDf7f7r.f _rari'4: I MsP ,
visit with the Parker and W..M. II gfafzrajgjulia 1lRnnRIi!r t ifI

Conolly, a brother, who make
his home on the Parker ranch.
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Howard Schaff it 111 in Jackson I ,

Memorial Hospital.

i Mr. and Mr*. A. J. Van Marter

returned Monday from Ithaca, N. The( Farm HouseRESTAURANT .
Y., to their home here where Mr. eta ,:
t, and Mr*. John Guthrie of Groton,
N. Y. are visiting them. Mr. '
t Guthrie i* a brother of Mr*. Van ) '

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Mr*. Ernest Francis underwentan 1
operation Monday at Jackson
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Memorial Hospital ,' "
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r. Mr. and Mr*. J. W. Glllaiple f ,t,,,Owned and Operated by /
\w and Mr*. A. L. Hutcheson aDd ,
daughter, Margo, all of Bedford, JUliA L.
SULLIVAN -
Va, arrived Tuesday to spend the .
winter In Homestead The Cillas-'
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pies have bought the house on
it. N. W 13th ct formerly owned '
by Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Ivey.
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Serving. .Hours: :,:: ::., 'I' .=.
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Claude E Bullard was returned .".. '
to his home Noy. 2 from Victoria ., : '; Breakfast, 6 to 10 a. m. Full Course Dinners and .
Hospital. .
1 a la Carte 11,a. m. to 9:30 p..in. /j
.
Mr. J. E. Close spent several

,q day last week visiting relative ; Sea ; Steaks baked '
All
InWauchula. Foods Chops, Chicken. pastries on premises. >> l


Mr. and Mr*. Chris Peterson Hot, biscuits,, corn, bread. and rolls served with all meals.Serving ., '. :

returned Tuesday from their summer I",. ** "'I
," only home-grown or fresh vegetables ,'* :( ,
home at Broad Brook Conn., '. :
'J to spend the winter at their .

grove here ._ SANDWICHES AT ALL HOURS -

Mr and Mr*. James Green and
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Perkins arrived .

in Florida City Saturday. Special Concessions to-Dinner Parties . Reservations .. .' Phone 513-J ;' ;: ,
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from Vanderbllt Mich. i t ;
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Cordially -
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John Harrell are spending several .. e .. .
days In Pahokee. _: .
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her parent, Mr. and Mrs, J. a : .HoUse' '
Doney.Mr. '
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and Mr*. John Oeinundsen "J ( -

of Miami and son, Jimmy: were RESTAURANT .. << I
Jweekend guest of Dr. and Mrs. .
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returned to their home In Goulds "

after ,spending the summer In .. . :; ,. ., ; "
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North Dakota,.....,;... I . 313 N. E. FIcler,Ave;.;J -: Homestead,.Fla. .. t
Mr and -Mri Wm. 8m'the.d. tl ",. :, :' ," "" 1', '" 'i'.1 :. .:4*' '7J'1.11.. ,;' , 1
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}tsJ, and Mr*. Ray a ..Phillip
of' Fort Bennlng, a..,.' sad aon
Jerry: ,. who bar been visiting
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II WAR HOSPITAL NOTIONS AREN'T Prabjterlan Men Hear I Hlckson, J. M. Holferty A. V
ABOUT YOUR DOG THAT SO Hood J. W. Irwin Garfield Mao
Flier Tell ExperiencesSpeaking
I risen, C. L. Ooley W. H. Owe *

ti FUND STOLE' Tbrca6 before a meeting ofthe : Charles Pratt, Benjamin Robert!

hja6! ,, PreabterlalMen', Club Friday Dr. C. F Robinson, Dr. Goo Ik
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ri111J I Ruehle, J. W. Trowbrldge. IJUCSMTrowbrldge. 'I
BUMS GIFT ; r S4q. night at the Tspawlngo Inn, B. E. Vihlen amt
Oyills
Clplf' f Capt Maurice R. ftttenon of Waiter Wets.

Camp and hospital service .. Homestead Army AJr Field told
pundit for supplying extra comforts members of flying and living con- FROr. HOMES

to hospitalized service men dltrho in he 'encountered during WILL CAlL YOU BY NAM*

wen swelled $1740 Wednesday i'a. nearly two yean of service in Year gmtoat. wish too t*
tof a contribution from the Homestead the Chlns-Burma-India war the- realised/ m give fee yes*

Rotary Club after Mrs itre.Capt e lucky member aad days 4B
Jacob and Mr Wm. J. K Patterson, now a flight
Adrian: Instructor yea when and where to playthen.
at the ATC FerryingDivision's '
Geronlmo chairman and cochairman All reading een'ldra
bf the local committee, hug> four-engine airlines UaL Read for all MllenaltUe.
bad outlined their work to .the training school: told of the When you want te anew the
famous "hump" route over the
club: : truth, retarding the past pros.eat .
) bed lamp have t A. Himalaya mountain between India -
?Individual and future yen mad eon
been furnished for the Homestead and China and other difficult suit a natural bens seedless

: Field Hospital by the committee over-water and high altitude Always consuls the..*.. Te
irt' army request Mrs. Jacob route conquered by Air Transport one with a reputation H to

tald. The committee will cooperate Command pilot in their the cheapest In the long runs
with the American Legion j mission of delivering high-prior and the poet Important W all
and In A dot leis Ad&hTr1r /bod ity war cargoes from their points
Auxiliary furnishing .O iTorA piol/aoiolb+ It cost n* men M
Christina cheer for A01 u4dPMOi/IJ f' lMl/ of origin In the United State to
) patient .t Bring this Cevpon with y.*u
the. base, decorating tree and battlefront In China and Burma.
\ a Life Heading for HALF Price
providing each man with a gift, I Three popular misconceptions trait ta believed a carry-over from A. e F. Arthur presided over till N. W. Mad SU
she said.Mrs about canines are here debunked primitive days when dog ran Is the meeting, during which EL J. Miami. Florida *
'. Jacob and Mr*. Herbert by toe Gaines Dog Research Center, pack and each had to eat rut to Norman, Jr. was elected club secretary (Take 'SS Bus U Deer)
,', Kati attended a luncheon meeting j Now York City.; get his sham of captured food. Another -, The others present were:
Ta country tot ton sot lire fact The structure of the D. P. Blake, R. Y. Burr, the Rev.B. .
yesterday at the Wonder longer than the city dog. As a mat- dor mouth and throat I* Milk I A. Gumming, A. F.
Darling,
Grill In Miami when plan wen .tar of tact, the exact reverse Is that of most domesticated animal :.PAV:
Sgt J. W. Ceo. M. Frick
'. made ,by the committee .true The tell Fleming, ,
county ; : llfwpan oC the average Yon co Mt a purebred dog
for.it*,Christmas cheer program city dog la two to three yean longer by his black-roofed mouth. The Vane Harris, R. N. Herman, J. R.
j tbaa that of his country consul. mouths of many eross-brbds are --
Chief reason tor this I* the better black aa aaldalght The black tongue :
'Pendray'ls Named Judge 'care city dogs receive, particularly I* peculiar: to the Chow Chow, and
District la the matter of feeding City dog, same authorities hold that a blackor a
Horse
Of Show ,''of course, an not exposed to the partially black tongue la aa Indication .
natural hazards encountered by or Chow blood somewhere ;
.John C. Pendray of Kendall j country docs. along the line even though a given Texaco Barbecue I'
; will be judge of the Redland Die.trice. I A dog that bolt his fool Is nol animal may have no other hint of
..horse ahow and gymkhana aadernouriibed. It la natural for adoor Chow resemblance or charocterutlca.
C to be held at" 2 p. m. Nov. 19 at to wolf or win his meals. The MRS. EDWARD D. CARTER, Her
the Harolld' E.
Kendall home on
eye, SIlver Palm dr. and Naranja rd., Zinnias Wilt Thrive in t*, 16" 'I

';,'' Mrs. Eugene-: Fontaine, a sponsorof ,, : '
r., the event, announced yesterThe 4it Regular Meal k
'der Victory Garden Rows
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(. Redland School safety patrt ), ,Short Orders ,
*! will act a* ring guard and One cf the best annual flowers to "V

tabs keepers, Mn. Fontaine said, grow In Victory gardens is the sinna. a '" .: Sandwiches , :.
and music will be furnished by They are the most widely ,
members of the Redland school grown flowers In this country, having Cold Drinks: .'.f".
band. taken front rank away from :\.: i'
sweet peas, .asters and petunias, by
..s.,tranta are asked to register virtue of two .thing*-their will to
by Sunday morning Nov. 12, in live and thrive under almost any : SPECIALIZING IN J
i" order to be Included on the printed conditions and the gxgat improvements
, ; program of the show; made. In them by. plant iCIIICKEN AND YELLOW RICE
r The entry fee Is ten cent for breeders. }
Zinnias have a remarkable variety I
i each event, and the will
I program of both types and colors, and 1
include bareback riding an adult each year sees still more new ones
horsemanship class, horsemanship Introdu_ed. The latest are giant, 8. Knots Ave. At Fourth St. J
I losses for children up to 10 yean flowered strains of Fantasy and I
(. 'stage: classes for Children from wabiosa flowered types. In site I
10 to It thjr vary from half an Inch to six .
'!/l yean of age, and parent-
Inches in diameter. Among the
':t- child team competing In pain smaller ones are flowers which few A DakUa-Flewcred Zinnia _
'it {, The gymkhana will feature trick except experienced gardener would r .

actsj a addling contest and a recognize as sinnias. soIL Best results are obtained by '\ ,-",
thread needle Their color Includes yeV ..
race> range lowing the seeds In the ground -
low, orange, pink and red In almost where the plant are to flower, covering ", '.. 1/ ',
all tones and blends Blue Is 1 to Itt inches. Firm the soil
II More Expense While Waiting lacking but then are lavenders level the surface, and do not
"The average, rural teacher's which go far to the blue side of the sprinkle. By this method they willsprout L 11
spectrum. The giant flowered types readily, and after the plants :
alary 1* 967 '
$
sold
J a the
year J vJkV
are molt popular, perhaps for the have appeared through the surface, '
man, "while the city teacher get reason that many gardeners are inclined they may be watered. When the - J
twice aa much" to admire size, a* something plants are X or 3 Inches high they
1;, "Well," replied the woman, "it you can really put a valueon may be thinned and traniplanted. I THOUGHT MY
, ,. takes in Inches. But in the borderthe .
,:; them twice aa long to find by removing sufficient soil with
husband lit town=Ex. giant are the least effective each plant so that the root an not WAS
because they are Inclined to hide disturbed. Eventually they should VISION
their flowers In foliage. be not less than 1 foot apart In the
; An ofd Friend"I The medium and small flowered row.
!
GOOD
types will make bushy plants and I It Is not necessary to remove
I., bought a used vacuum cleaner hold| their multitude of blossoms up the first flower or to pinch the
today, Mrs. Raggs" where they make a show. For a I plants back to Improve the stem
"Doe it'work all right Mrs. good border effect all types may be length or to obtain large flowers.
Taggs?" grown together, and they will blendIn Zinnias naturally tend to branch
"fine. lu fact, ,when I exam- coloring and habit of growth near the ground. To prolong.the
molt pleaifngly. blooming season, cut the flowers
ined It I found out It's the same Zinnias are warm weather plants with long terns beck to within 1
machine, I. gave to the Junk mans and the seed must b* sown in warm or 1 joints of the main, stalk.
year ago.*.-Ex. '
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,. Pool Father!
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The head of the house was

?I F- YO U NEEDep reading a newspaper article very .
carefully. When he had come to
,I..,. the and he remarked to his wife: N
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"Do you know, dear, I think
: AUTO REPAIRS ,- there' something In what this article -
says that the cleverness of

"f the> father often prove a stumb
\ WELDINGLUBRICATION' ling-block to the son."
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HI wife heaved a sigh of relief
: "Wen, thank goodness," she Coo of productive loon I* wrta* protttm thM dM.

itJ ,,; Mid, "our Bobby won't have anything Ht are ewtly hours for our fighting men who need K.

.jo' *, ' II III I to fall over!"...Ex. weapons 1M equIOU are now producing" tor 41
.SJ;. TIRES '. them Don't 'lust "W" your eye are .n sighs-be
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t iGAS *-**> than:> iMmlrwd rtfuUrV. *> INN certain
i or OIL I IOW AIR CONDITIONED that your vMog It taunt*.

ROLLER SKATEIN .
)' A r *crop-""'" r.i My (false tI r. On a.;..

!"Ii*You're' Headed, for ;.r e I ,COMFORTEvealav ':It te 11-M T. M. GLASSES ON CREDIT

.."...... lie plus tax '
$1.00 A WEEK IS ALL0RACKINS

Triangle Garage & : Service Venetian MEW

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Campbell Dr.. & .u.. S. Nti. 1 I Skating Kink. .

"" SW nth AT*. Miami Oaf II ne 111gb Beat DIaIIictJII.

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r CHARLOTTE GERONIMO BECOMES BRIDE -: UHJUfD r. A. TO END I VAN WINKLE-CLARK WEDDING CEREMONY I
I' DELEQAIWI tO fTTATE: MOT
: OF.BICHARD SCHMUNK IN BASE CHAPEL] Mm CM. & ntzpaJricfc, Mn j PERFORMED NOV. 5 IN WASHINGTON, D. C.
Yes Turner and Mn A. L.
Kill Charlette Ceronjunn Airways i* Jtlwnt CampUU WIll ""V and tile B.l- Carl E. ya Wields, motor ntve Graham e< VTeiUngiea who wore
daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Ifra. CpL Schmuakr a MB .l ... land P."T, A. at toe MUi. ,rf latet', nut CUrd daaa, USCQ, blue taffeta with matching M.ceeeerlee .
i ,Oerenlma of Florida City b and Mra, Herman Brhmiinlf the Florida CoacrMt ft Parents took M hU bride Mill Betty f raa. nod carried red row
CUM the bride of CpL I'j,I PettlsAd. Or* He attended:Jet j and Teachers la ,Sarasota Nov, 14, andUM After the ceremony a reeejMkm
Jfchmunk of Homestead An teno JUgh Bcfeeol to ] is and iMa CIt Clark, daughter c* Mr, for the bridal couple w.* Md at
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Air Held in a ceremony pert and few been at U ned at Homestead Hermes Hcinleln Red- ft. C. Clark of Waihtogtoa the cbureh.MM. .
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ed Saturday evening by CbepUta Field for the part year I ICpL land will be a representative ef D C. fee a ceremony performed I Vat Winkle b a graduate
Cecil Harvey a\ the b.M chapel and Mn. SchwHk m llrt the Dade County Council of P r- Nov | to Mount Vernon Place of Washington achooU- and Mr
Tb bridal attendant were I ( V0 S. W. Mintk IV..J ant-TnAer AwocUtlcwxa ef which MeUwdtot Church in W.ihl.gt Van wlntJe.Mended) BedUnd
Ma B. a. Vrwu nt florid City; Miamt, J he Is seared rioe-jraMent J JI i Mr. Van 1I'1.ak1eIIM .nd HomeaUad cftpoUf'J'D4f.re.
M Sgt Paul Jt Saunders of Uf home 'here, and h* and Met eelvect amch of >* eervice'lrain.
Homestead field | J VM Winkle are it Betel Radioed fax at Baltimore,where.he if:now.
f Tb bride wag levelU a'I LOCAL DEMONSTRATION CLUBS .HOLDLEADERS' M OtHr boeeyowon, eUUeoed HeUttey J nfert'iJn
blue drew with patching eraail . INSTITUTE IN PRINCETON NI The bride wore the traditional at ...... Harry tender: pi fort
leather bat and fiber aecesssr- white satin and veil, and curled Lauderdale, the former tV.m.! .
IM .( white Her CDTUH war A Horn :JDttMMtratfcm Club (or tae year, and outlined Mans a beuqtwt of wMt orchids wise VIIt WInkle, ** * inWInId
mad III ganiealai Mrt Vrasu I InaUtuU, Jar, pratldcBts, ,councJJrepreaentetiwHi bit attaining such xoals.Club . I mother 6f pearl prayer book. Who, Z ..treterai e'
won m roee-tojored dress with and chairmen ptHorae ream hers brought their She WM attended by Mn, Irene .....'. early wtd "" ", .
.black iaceuari ,Md gardenia BM4, lledaad Mid Print*.. wn Sandwiches, end coffee MIl '
j toa'ckilkf ;sass 'conducted Key fIB : Served at soon by the hostess
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f The bU e Attended Sacred UMTJJtatbAJM.: Church tat i Club I MR..AND, MRS. GEO. WRIGHT CEtitn, # A'tk;;:,.

Heart Academy .t Bayrfde. U I, Princeton bf 'MUt Mary t. TIle Homestead dub was rep.1 FORTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF'WEDDINGMr
and we graduated in 1M3 from\ Keowa, UM bone Jlemoortratlon: restated by: Mr. Ceo. E.: Alien -- -" '-- ,.....--
Homestead High School She wasvicepresident ...... MlM 'Ethyl Uoway, d a.: Mrs. G. N, Wakebeld Mn Cecil and Mrs, Cut P. Wright '
i ef the MoTor clear trict agent Mill Edna Shul r. Walker Mrs M. L. Stwkensoo,, entertain mow than fifty of / hcedl sits?W}.8tnt :JCeronlmo .
and Served for four year as Martin County agent, and Miw Mr*.W. C. Morton, ...... Carl Aa.1 their friend en the evening ofNOT ?s4den\ hTI"J
majorette of the high school band. I Eunice Grady local agent demon, Mn R. E. Edwards, Mr*.' X .U observance of their for., 'The gift eerVtee'i'itiwluUly
1 She U employed by Pan American The program dealt with goal Oeo M, trick, Mrs A. D. smith, bath wedding anniversary. free to the petterda.and la aidl-
r ,- Mra. Lloyd O Witt, Mrs. C. t.Elcrienberger Sandwiches cookies and cake Uon to furnishing the glfU, auxlliary -
aucTMr A. I* Bur- were aerved with punch And oof-i members, wrap and IlIAd their
HOMESTEAD P. T. A. ASSISTS ENGLISH
I --1 greea : tn, for veteran unable to 4e .aotheowelvea.
CLASSES AND RENOVATES MUSIC Resent from the Eedland dub Mra. Aeronlme aaya
were: Mn W D. Mahan, Mr*. ''I LEGION AUXIUAtr AIDS No girt te identified aa ,having
; Twenty-five dollars has been meet in November but will hold I M. D. Gold Mrs E. T Ray. Mn .vercBANs, : GUT SERVICE been given by the auxiliary. but
given by the Homestead P T. A.I I a combined NovemberDecembermeeting Ceo Wlngate. M... D. M. Bran- : :The American Legion Xuxlllary: b sent Solely M a present from
I for Reader Digest subscriptions I on Thursday Dec. T. I nan, Mn': t. T. B. McClroy MnJ ties sent It* regular cash contri.,the patient to kia loved OM.I .
for the high school classes ID, A. Rotherham and Mrs. Chas. button to the free gift shop I The local uxiuary aba will
t English 1 REMAND P. T. A. POSTPONES Pratt which 1* conducted: each year' by provide a Christmas tree tot pa-
Renovating and redecorating'' MEETING UNTIL AOV M Princeton club members present the state organization for war vet- tieIIU at the Homestead Army. Air
the mUll room at Neva King, I were; Mrs. Boy WlttenwylerMn sans d Bay Place' and Lake City Field Hospital
School hat been adopted The November meeting of the Lawrence Smith. )in. A. VMcricker. .
I Cooper Redland P. T. A. has, been gloat : Mn R. E. Scott Mn
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at a P. A. project
Principal B. M. Hlndmm has polled till Nov. 23 when C. A. Bryant Mr lama Murray': ,
:,. been made parliamentarian of the ben of the Mlamli Round I Mrs. John Murray and Mr*. WW.

organisation vice-prcaldent, and of..Ardll the Pwman.Xudanti titiaN will discuss during the'Chl'f"'ter program mem-I,I Betbea; .Polk laek DIXIE DRUG '!=.,
An executive
meeting ,
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council, hat been named the -- -- --------- f' "
council: as student representative 1 held at I p m Menday, Nov. 20, Jlf:
the home Mn .
t of Ceo H riUpatrck -
Tbaess It aced 1111
on the P. T. A. executive com- : t ,
presidentMISS
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rnlttee !
New grade mother are .fn.
O W E. Neel- GRADY TO TALK
Cha M.rtln.MI'I. I I
f' ey and Mra r B. Greene for ON HOLIDAY COOKINGMIM afeaa
,MM! Laura Tophami room ends Eunice Grady will talk on
Mr J. D. Perkins for Mole Z. U. the proper cooking of poultry and 'SUCH CHEAT VA1UIS.THAT THEY ARE AtMQfi-A-alfT
It Gallaher' room. give auggetUona on ThanksBlvlng
Mn J Lee Smith Mr*. How- decoration and menus at the "
ard L. Johnson and Mn B. P. Hcmettead Home DemonstrationClub
Ip IWNIO a. sad
"i. Webb have volunteered to Serve meeting to be held Tuesdayat C..rdm a..ae .
II pianists for Mia Mart "-, 140 o'clock. PLAYING Super-M LARGE
t, ley'* elementary ;school ritrthml, Handbook will be distributedto
t work. member and delegate will report
wt The Homeatead P. T. A. will notl on the district Institute
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NOTICE! I ,- 'ex .

two CUICK. 4WAT RKLW
ACID INDIOISTION4ei,0
t ra. soy
AMERICAN
Due to so many broken appointments in SAN

which patron have not notified our opera- too.110.11116624

tors that they can't be present at the time MISS BABY BIBS orher TOOTHY w?. t cat
itl! tidy.
set, they will be expected to. pay for the uses at apef ion BRUSHES ASfjr MAY
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time reserved in such cases. 3NEnsemble am pndxe. C11dr+r 10faaesryks.

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Appointment will be ,kept open for ten Beautifully, tailor'
t n j jMr BIG SAVINGS ON THESE,
minutes past the agreed time. For cancellation ed. Youthful and

let the operator know cot later than

2 hours ahead of flattering styles, 9W
your appointment.We SIMIL 'Au ot,
aU in 10Q% wool. a/0,0!, Cold K W*' W 'Sfeln'ibHori

keep .a list of persons wanting beauty Mineral Oil II Spc! fANNIE $1ouft'triad., 1 1&Aaawr

'service, so we can,phoile another listed person :$27.45. Rise 17

to take your: appointment jf J.Jet us I II

i I ." know> ;' that.you, can't keep. Jt . 'vp. ,"
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CANTEEN CLASS lAu$ 0. E. S. LINE OFFiCERS, ENTERTAINED
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..... WADDELL LECTURE II
Mrs Pauline Flint Waddell. FRIDAY NIGHT BY AD ASTRA CHAPTER : :

Red Cross nun stationed at Red- '
Social Events land Farm Labor Supply Center, Ad Aarta Chapter of the O. E. night at a reception Inbe 1
I II spoke on "Sanitary Food Handling S. entertained Friday. night Inb&n'hri 'j I Woman' Club building in Miamito "t/.'
I and Stat Health Standards" of worthy matrons and which all O. E. S. members J.

to the class in nutrition and can- worthy patron and line officers are Inrttted.

teen work which met WednesdayIn of. District 20.Che .
ETUQDIST WOMEN'S SOCIETY ELECTS the USO club house. *. G. Turner, pest Worthy
An evening class will be organ patron of the chapter, was speaker Unusual Interest U being show
ALL OFFICERS EXCEPT PRESIDENT
ITS of
,." Ized soon to accommodate those fL the evening. Mrs dan In the annual turkey supper
Adatdt.music director of Homestead the Florida City Community
Officers ft>{ the WO \8I\1' S*-'' supplies. The president of the! who cannot attend during the. day. High School, presented the Church which li to be served on t
Canteen aide who have discontinued
ety of Christian Service of the society will be elected later. toys' glee club In several numbers Thursday, report the supper
Present were: Mn Dexter working are requested to committee chairman, Mrs. C. ENelll.
Ijlrst.Methodist Church of Borne- I return the passe and (a* tickets ... and John Pope, Jr. playedseveral
John be
Smith. Mn. Anderson, Mrs aelectlons. Tickets may still obtained
[Stead >except I president'were J. A. McNeill, Mrs Ranton, Mn Issued to- them for this purpose. Whit piano gladioli were used to from the chairman or others

[elected Tuesday afternoon at a Davis Mrs. CapUnger,Mrs. Redd, decorate the hall. on the committee, Mn Lloyd

nsetlng in the social hall Mn. Ifcugnerty Mrs. English and The CalendarNov. Mr, Mamie Lander, 'past worthy Delta Mrs. Johnny Becker, Mrs. ;
,/Named' to 'office were: MnKanley Mn. Brown. grand matron of the; order Roy Chandler. Mrs. Ernest NeiU
'Matthew. vlee-preudent; The social service report ahow. Will be entertained Saturday and Mrs. Frtti Schroeder
|'Mri J. U,' Tree. second v1cepreaNeit ed 7* visits, ten. bouquets 28 II-Meeting of Monday
; Mn.O. U Sbowalter, cor- Cards and eight tray*. Music Club at borne of Mr. J. 1.

ondtac .eeretary: Mr J:. S. The rummage jale will be ..heldSaturday Burton. J
UafraaurnMn.. Cam JU. Nov. 18,.and donations Nov. 14 Meeting < .* .eeretary U tpisslonaryMUoo may be made U tany of th Komi Deftonatrattan Oab.'Nov. .
;f 'M... Dan William, bers e..mer. '.. H-Turkey supper IB )
faycretary :J* Christian odalreI Tli* district .JneeUng' ,held yesterday Florid. City Comes sity Church.
I'fcHen*i tad .''l ea11 church icttvi- it Trtolt ChUrch'ln,Mlami Nor M.'Hone show and gym
lues; Mr*.'?: rOoM: secretary of was 'attended by Dr.: arid khaJta Harold E. Kendall borne
cht>l/rea'gyorkMss' ; ,.,GeQ.' 'tan- Mrs aidneyg.'Davila, $latJ.1); : Nov. JO-Weetlng Xed>ndf.

; .1tecI .:Mr*. J/ A.'Swigkerty. .1Ita. "..lv mccutlve committee.
EMn.life: J. w-English Mrs BrowaJr j jShowaUer $. . U,.Meeting cf, Redland eeWPUv.

( antea.-. "o. yb1it'ir ns: w and ,, Kit _,' ...... P. T. :a.'abv...
Mr4 I_lC ,L._ Brooms eecreiary_ tMAS. Dan WiHteatl and Mrs'_rre >' ''' :: :J7.-Moving.ol Uo :
Art Club at home of Mr*. Janes.
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I I Lobdell Circle with Mia Mary

,t.. WITH ,SHOWER GIVEN ON MONDAY NIGHT McNeill, .

I B'Mrt.: D v4, C. William was Crawford Mn McLeroy, Mr w. Nov.Woman'Thanksgiving Cub of the dinnerof Red- .

II hOnored' Monday evening with a Y. Bush, Mn. Geo. Estell Mn! land.

,: attewer given by Mn Casper Paul Richards, Mrs. Olin Ed- Dec -Business meeting' of
I Williams, Mn. K. J. Graham and wards, Mn. Dan Williams, Mn South Dade Garden Club.
iMn. Fred J? .Fuch*, Jr, at the Cecil Dodd, Mrs. Chas.. Otis Miss Dec. Meeting of Neighborhood
I'Williams/ home Mary McNeill, Miss Jean Cub at home of Ralph
K*' A color scheme of baby blue Miss Helen Moye and Coldren'l Klngman. .
rand pink wa carried out In the I toinette Moye. Dec. 7-.Meeting of Homestead
I I garden flower decorations and In I Those who sent gifts were P.T.A.

i the refreshment course, angelfood ,Mn. Wm. Wayne, Mrs B. MRindman Dec. Homestead B. P. W. C.
take, lee cream and coffee | Mn A. M. Logan, Miss Christmas tree at home of Mrs
p Mn. Robert'Mcteroy wa wta- Jennie Lobdell, Miss Nina Pearl W. K Walton.

jier in contest, and each guest : Bush and Miss Lenora Williams

iJHS'ftJl' _* kook, of advice which B. P. W. C. MANS
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was presented to the honoree. TURKEY DINNERGIVEN CHRISTMAS PARTYA

t Guests were: Mrs.'Lloyd Field, FOR WEBSTER WILLIAMS Christmas parly for Dec. 18

M1r..JJ..L.! wn..J.n RidleyWOMAN'S I .Webetef' Williams, University was planned by the Homestead

; ". __- u-- ;;.,.;. of Florida student who spent last B. P. W. C. at the November
CLUB TO GIVE: week-end at home, was honored meeting held Monday night at the
DANCE ON NOT. 11The with a turkey dinner given Saturday home of Mn. Herbert Katz, president
I evening by his parent, Mr. Mr*. Green Rives read a
Woman's
Cub of Home1ea4w..I1..d
and Mrs. Dan, Williams, their I summary of the amendments to
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< Saturday home, In Modeller be voted on Nov. 7,
*theclubhouse; under thegalrseearsehipod
t; The others present were Mr. Cake and coffee were served

.:t Mrs. Jas, L. and Mr*. Casper William, .CpL and during the social hour a
:orchestra' and Mrs. Fred I. Fuch. Mrs shower of birthday cards was '
: ., from Homestead Chas. Otis, Mrs E. J. Graham, given for Mn. F. M. Kent.Mn. .
ia*':been
,1! engaged. 'Miss Lenora Williams and Chas. Roy Carroll Mrs; WilsonA.
,, 'Bird >nd;her committee, William Austin, Mrs. O. O. Brewsterand
.Stanley-Wlttkop and Mrs.
Norma
Anne Holeoek were
ells Walker, are planning
'decorations YULE BAZAAR TO BB: HELD visitor Member attending
y with hOll-1 BY EPISCOPAL ACXIUARV were: Mr*. B. A. Tlbblts, Mrs
brad-liih ice.
:, ] annual Christmas bazaar Mae Morris, Mn. W K. Walton
The
Mr*. J. F. Hammett Mn. Emma
of the Woman' Auxiliary of St-
Boyle Mn. Roy Chandler Mn News for Fall. I
'\ brJ,6k 'I'CI W. Haskin John's Episcopal Church will be Ben Archer, Mn Rives, Mrs. .
)J held the first week In DecemberIn
Pas..l.n.6a ta lire Esul..tt..s
Kent and Mr KaUMr. .
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.tIIIR MA .lri.R.f the building formerly occupied
GASS E 8'" by Folllard's restaurant .on N. and Mrs. Roy WitUnwyler
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; were host at dinner Friday evening -

k. I N, r, ant at? Wised, a. Flatter attractive ave. assortment of to Mr. and Mn. Frederick Lovely Lingeriefrom i
: An ;
C..pN.b Al
C.w4..e, Strucluneyer of Madison, Wis,
4' c......... r_ handmade Christmas gifts will be
and
son,. Donate and Mr. and
offered for sale. !
Mrs Russell Hand of Coral Gables

and daughter, Carol. 2.95For
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JOYCE EASTER IS GIVEN

; Palms' Cafe BIRTHDAY Joyce Easier PARTY, daughter IN PARK of Mr. beauty, quality, thrift shop at our '

and Mrs. Hugh Easier was given
I a party on Oct. U In the municipal tore. Find figure-slim sUps, gowns
park In honor of her ninth
! undies galore for yourself gift-giving!
birthday anniversary.. Game ,
Opaa'Deliy free < *. am. <. 1* ft M. were
played anal lee cream aDd cake
were served. Later. the group. Pretty pastels, prints; tailored and lace-

1'r:'" 8Uak...,..,._.:...... .......,,=.._.. 1.00, MIlt The to young a matinee.guests were Irene trimmed.j .

Fined Chillier .1'. Hall Jesus Davis Christian Kill ,

: ingswortb, Johnny MoGtoal, Dd : MATERNITY DRESSES
% Fried Chillier.r.L2$
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'' and Fide Radioed, Barbara
.t' Hamburger Steak, .5S Cuba*. Grads Campbell. Amelia '.95-12.95
Hop Witt, Betty Jo Lee, Ann ,
host Beef, brown .Y7--,....... .55 Bocden and Ronnie Mitchell. Others ... .. ..

Grilled Pork Chop,,... ....._. .60 present war Mrs. Easter Mr.; Buy'WAR Bonds *,
and Mn. J, B. Haywoed sad Mn. i'
.<*! Beaded Veal Cutlet..._,..... ..,.,...._ .75 Mitchell.
ow ;.; i .

'Tw* tetesaHe. M....eltee ee tad tea, e4 4esenatrrH !: f.unq
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BKCAJCFACT SERVED AT ALL JOCKS, reasonable J

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Day Phone 9108
LOUIS E. COHEN XCLUSIVE DRESSES. AND GOWNS

Night Phone 239 1'"
PROPRIETOR 17 S. W. Flagkr Ate. (Free BIdg.)

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HOMESTEAD TAX disability exemption, $22.930.00: ;!Ptlra.AddlUoa; T. Orfanede for Police Chief 0. JI. Sullivw'

DIXON PEARCE homestead exemption $l$2S63.oa: ; repair Mtlng $3004n. unhit|'* report showed nine arraltfijr'and
bond tax. $41,119.04; .operation found guilty, $210 flne9 aseei-4
Continued\ Page One) Park Randolph Williams $7$
( From ; tax $5,510.52. I ; and collected In fcjhMd "$'
r HEADSCOUNTYFARM bonded Indebtedness, a levy of Build'ng permit were Issued shed Lot 13, Block 4, Swing Addition . Vent for feeding prisoner
five mill would suffice for administrative Lumber .
Monday night to: .
BUREAU and government Co. for repair Ui. 'i One house Ere threw grass
expense This small levy I II,, B. W. Morris for $200 garage tired and a false alarm were re-
pose'ble, of course, because of 1 on. Lot a, Block 7 of ported for October by the city wAa TtHEone.
'Dixon Pearce 'of Perrine WMelectee the surplus revenue from the municipal Palms; Carl Field for $200 buildIng fire department.

president of the Dade power and water plant. foundation. Lot 27 palm.ttol' --.-._
County Farm Bureau at the recent Last :year' figures were: .jijal I I Addition; Mr*. Martha Pollockfor -
W .rlond of Cbr.
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annual meeting In Perrine .estate $1,121,930.00; personal, $200 addition to house on .
!' 1. Abner Cox of Princeton 1* the property, $183,960.00; widow and,I Lot 22 and 23, Block 2, Royal coRAlG frERf
4 new vice-president, W. K. Owens s -

: of Goulds to treasurer, and Har Pensioners ond DMrltolon *-NATtaoL" Palled Bas for C.... > BOOM I IGASOIL

old Kendall of Gould, secretary i Ml W. MM I$1. (Coral War Tot New directors of the bureau PRODUCTS Inc., OF FLORIDA!; Mrs Jabs O. wniloio*. rUM MorUon ., Mniwmr,, Factory, sea Cl.i M
; are E. A. Ames of Redland, the ..... Arr*. China and niowwoi* fr Every. Need and Every .>..*.. SJOMIIOI
Frank B. Rue of Homestead, Walter BndwM*>ra ta Coral Cnklol *l ISIS Poor d* LOM M ,nMMortton
Talbotl of Redland, Donald YOU LIVE, "NATUROL" GAS b tto MWbra Pool for CMktas Wolor Botli Md.BffrlfontHHi. ..111.....,.. foe CkrMni Itonld ... Made II.... "
*.. VIROIL D. LYON Local Itoolrr.Mo I '
BeU of Miami H. D. Curry of Madams well ode ., wring, 1_....... I. fnrt, H offn Ov fMof| _
Miami, John G. DuPu's' of Miami utter when ro* Hw-rln tile Mull fnnn til MV .* *':- a._.:: bow not lo..seal the fnikb of InrlUnffiml lion .. de..rware. potter' and ,sUw. >
and pfficer of the organlMtion. town. b the suburbs, or In the _.trr. OA-OIL PRODUCTtVjBt, ku ton: to table-tar knwy cottar wire In the whole Motor sees.
oa major the convenience and economy shine the tort service vooM! to Itt row loot''' An oMlinhw thin*, and' rlioiwn* '...
rot Money Mtonn hi this area tkmvk 11101 of hospitality *p>ro.lotrd kr rnr ..i
At the state convention Nov. l>lhknw. t b THE rliikl .l U MiVtoMr
16 and IT In Tampa, the county. of s.. owho equal to the see ft- local OoUr Md will *ontln.o to d.* ......t nit hospitality .. nor nndllftod rllltfn and .'- You tin 'rxnoollowvr
flea provided. ky the Moll. Utility *wwn. until Uw ton b lifted .
bureau will be represented by o sadly dispersal If tile komMMlnrk ,rIMo. The ow *r* Wean ito fcuui
John Campbell, Mr. Kendall, Mr.Pearl'e . Living b"rsfcwd Jo the kltort. d*. It the Year ta Bloated In the lolmrkior fullltloi In the ww it ..loa. and kt toMVM they bur for,a Ark! sari Md
Mr. (TM of Mmfort wltk (** for M* In Hull town or I* tto ounntir, Pas ItOMWnM. I I got ice on Mrtwnt Standard krand
and Curry.
.., two also ktln., llxktliw ....Ioa b (*n rllr not nlukkk It b 1 The CORAL GABLES POTTERY. tM are \Items o. which thor tow ).nflnklykullt .
Mort! than three hundred members
nfrlnmtlon. water tontine, ml mirturpcM .etch boas that "NATUROL" IU S. W. stud Bt (feral WM) b on* nf the confidence of a Urn feMran.u .
now belong to the local or- for Wkfck S" b ...-.n this. _... On way now make kl.* r.oI..i the but equipped MrknndUnl coat *. They ftur UnporUd wn. tfdomwtl
ganization. .t a mat which appb to the am the country and Mill color dl the' 10..-:1 llihnrnu of ta.'I 1* to fond Mr itoik -
t, \ eentensr of the eompMoly ....... .. 21. *" r ; > .. .> ,,.. ;,11 i 'JW '.1".. tor to..... .Untmtintto '
r: FUND STARTED TAM GAB bil )rwfotrcTs Co C...I'' ..... Blip Yeses. GM .Mtvle fa a MMultf keeping tklon Slid ( .....* ntoclnMpknUtod added Knulo >n***>, seed >klnluiwnn a
flokho. anew tkfa ,MUi. district ") ? for the oibrn konM wtotlwrInMtod j the innnni int offer or ( provide when iron .ntArrt...., I
From;; \J ROt." redo conformwftk the" ..../AT.// In city *r _...... The *>-"._ bole Ito Jot that sew ptnonn innJntnln OORAb GABLES .POTjTBRTj iI.l ..!.
(Continued Pate One) n.ntt ifvk* Nra underwriters mod baa l cf Manor _10 ta thin yUo* of FloIdn .......: They search the ronrlnt the Mon rM should. herb In Melt. T tf
.: inn to the town clerk. ... llttt* br theme H standard ......- who no* "NATUKoV1' lu cl..rlr I tar the tot that lees to offered *t the should. visit. till store, porttralnriy It
) The cash on hand Item ot'the nmt gusty -0 a the IUdlMdtriitriet shows that the OASOIL PRODUCTS1pnxrlih ml reasonable Print In new with quality this nonwn, CkrbtmM h Just nnw".
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audit Just completed shows that wd OXT sash low mr M>W 1 the court Monomlttl and Mth{ Md. cod wow whether you want the the omr. Toe will, Clad "') > woidrrlnnd
the town is accumulating nearly enjoy .11 the advantages if WHBPM* tied fMtoty fuel for their It Is-so plainer elaborate. In design l low ... higher of color many .:. sift. Milk
t wrrlo which bMft, Moaonilnl 1 a.lj: longer MOMwit to deny yaw family Priced mmtondlM, yo ..* to certain your .......... MW.' Mr. and Mrs JokC. '
$2,000 a year that ran be used __10." '1 Uw nucleation .... sn* .....*. no mnttwwkor that your '_ and Moil. *Mmr- WI1I1.W mom *t the ,
; ; for the postwar water system Our comnpml we era told, became, pan 11_ *M put local doilm.Adr. bled In this ton for yonf ... Itfntnn BLEB POTTERY ore fortune resident
project. of UK shortage of trlllnl cuMricIs bps I ohms, |lniiwi*, and b....... of HmooMood, nnd well known .....
) A condensed report follows: supplies for koBMrotnurant* sew sew Ads. .f
: 1942-43 1943-44 _
Receipt
FN tutu ft Air D-ri.U... Visit UM
Real estate ._5820.18 $8,501.81 .
'l Licenses .. .._ 97.50 200.00
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67.51 TOM I II
: Dade County93.02
i. Misc. 50.13 85.80 II K. L M A_ ..... TA ....... Irvine B. III...." rrt -. .....'. Largest AND BILL'S, II
Sale Tax Cert._ 1,132.86' 670.62 I' ... LwsM *>d Lather Goals 1_ At Rinds .f LW_ ud LMIIM
Uncollect, Tax.. 1,327.68 954.80 Cods M Lowest rrin LutM< Always a Wriraa Gin. Make" Tow CkriMMiM I

Sanitation ..._ 20.00 72.00 a.keta.a *. \ '
Fine fc Fort 107.6S 191.61 Wise "", ..II.C. whether itm tow w the ceremonies from which they bay the TAVERN !
Tr. -F. & F. 1.88 IS.69 tickler air .... for, a wetk..... fI.-. U b red a ...... M.I
10' a _tlol..."",. h knowing that your wh.m emadsad Ilk. the NATIONAL
' - 1_, III lariat .ad e ...... I. ....... LUOOAGR HOP, that _II, to _... i
? ,734.94 .785.48 fc* a MM your nwUmMMd.' Lay ."'. kr Mwlxn.B.l < I Home Cooking. That Brings You Iladc. :
Cash on handbeginning them from ebb tm, w trunk or .i a oonipM oitaklbkiMif Mliirllf
of yr. 1,124.60 2743.29 a mU *Mkikl tan Win ,.. rkkt.U H tanilM mTtkln I* loattorSolid (Our Chef Was With Folliard' for Six Yeanjona 1
'---- _I the leathery wads k fr wee *, and suffice varioa Priced awfkutdb ,
9,859.54 11,508.71 years, and alarms t* kindVfdi .f > M that the ...." Md dmwibof Sirloin Steak___.._ IM Hamburger Steak.._._.._ ... i!
h, tram vW prwbte enl"'>i M MMlbbprlM. oval rataur eon to MUUfortorllrMot. _T-hope,<- ._ *.** Spaghetti and Mea 11..11. lUll j J
Disbursements 1942-41 1943-44 1 the NATIONAL LUGGAGE SHOP. Even Uw lowest Priced .....,..:o.f ..rt r Stem: 1.99 Cheese Omelette-.___-.,w..;;;; {
O'n'l fund _$3S04.17 2969.73 Nice! (, t> UM Mm* of mracUtlmtlMmm .... ..... b the best tMt M> to kouckl Lamb Chop______. I." Ham Qm>l tu...;.w ,.$$ I
.. S'nk'g fund ..... 1,159.29 63.73 and ..... is'the headline of all rr the _.,. The wise itoppo wbapurewaeee One-half Chlckea. ... ._ UI Chicken Liver Oneletlel J5Onefourth4
Sanitation .. 1,018.81 1801.11 kinds of lnna hwsw goo t* a loaUmLunoto Chicken__ ,75 Home Baked I4m! P1e.Te: 11 '
.*. .
Ron you will find our din ..tr" ramp atop f
Electricity .. .. 601.09 667.99 1 lm>n that you might wish and M _I.i wtotW for ""*..II.., sake. ;
1 Office Exp. . $3.25 87.80SII. toe what Pon .I..c, ram aft wf .-.indIhit ...... w list Mkoi'Mnl dft Md Salad, French Frisk Hot Relit Served With Dlnmrs; : .
& Parks .. 588 61 1.079.0S H wilt W of tko tool _n>lltr that the ........, fa luck bow that yon I
Fire ._.,.._ 68.25 11.23 CM to oM ."ho.....*. The hp aknurrwi ensure what you want .t the prlco ,...
Building .. 53.61 64.30 brat 'tans wallets, s1>dihm and mot to p>* A* Christina b ...Iy. ..
BROOKER Owner
P.
TOM
Fine & Fort .... 66.11 71.81 traveling bop, ,or t, Md ill kinds of few weak off. yon should lulw your wkKtloo ,
lather nl* of the tottMl ehM, now. I '
- Federal at Avocado Dr. Tel ph4ne)14.
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7,116.25 6,816.69 T. _t* IMMMfally a bather roods Inlet 1:. It,""" the capable and Ilwy
UbIUknnt the .>>u. Cash on hand anal must know kmttwr, to baste _uUItta tkl'is _tl.... If yin seed Innuo,
end of yr. .. 2,74339" 4,691.98 sad the facilities Md .......... ., visit this .....*. Ado
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Analyst of GentrU! ''ittid**'I It ., T b.

Oct. 1, 1M U Sept. $0. 1941 1 1I j. ,l "

I Salaries __ .__.,..$1,746.94 5 .1
Telephone ._____..__.. '.._ .110.49
Bank charge __.._?._. 4.00
Printing 3100
Cost of audit 7 .::":=- ._ 907.90 it J4j

Purchase Tax Certificates 885.84 : 3
Clerk1 bond _..__ 30.00 Jim Ilk f '

Marshal's bond .____ 10.00
Equipment ..-. .._._ 178.00


1) .13,1104.171ADaI .,

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Oct. 1, 1143 to Sept. 3$. 1944

i Salaries ._._?,. u_._$2,673.93

Telephone ...__. ...._f 83.30 0rtaeMY
Bank charge _._.___ $.00
Printing .__._... $.95
Purchase certificates. 49.13 t

Clerk' bond __.__ 3DM tI

Marshal's bond _.__ ._.. 10.00 r ,..w tea I
Withholding tax _.__.. J 16.40 1
Florist ... 20.00
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|* highly desirable that all wom
v en's eluba- and church group as-
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Raise, f
"Th school- 'are and havebeen
selling defense stamps and The FLoRIDAN COUNTRY 'round resort favored throughout to Lake, Apopka-laillOUl for It* finest la these.. pa..kn.a

we hope that the. Girl Scout willMain CLUB & HOTEU-et: lIo einTbeR1l1a the aummer and fan by-de- big baa _,,her; is truly tlaber- 1 are oft the AmerteiA ""fut In

asalst ta Belting them." Florida, la 1oe.'tad t\an lightfuu>'coo( lake-swept breex men's paradrte.:The Club' sporty(1 I| elude the '"..-'of a 1.cW

ontalMd.Bad application.trvaevsn blanks Brooks may'-w be the beautiful"j bill and lakeBeathof *% Situated en
,i', $1r..,-pyal. the state. Tills ,popular" y "r.I It Lake Harris, and nearby extensive riding; liable offer the r 1 I atetal 'rates now ottered. ...

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Layer cake and coffee Serve It to It. r
Yaakee Pot-Heart Cooking time given I* for 'utl TLMSm
Hints

n toIlQusewwes 4 4 teaspoons pound heel wit of* round ot ity beef beet require Choice and less Good time. grades : ADVERTISING! I.

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Pinch of pepper TAG DAY 80 t lint

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: 'Suet (Continued From Page .On*) ',. FOR RENT CHICKEN MANURE-YOU load
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A little bay leaf Donald Donnely and Mr*. David and haul. Pine Ridge Poultry c ,
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[Mie'Savory Pot-Roast I Sprig of parsley Carnegie: In the evening Mra. ROOMS cod apartment Reasonable ' Farm t mile west Florida City
Raisin Pauline Flynt Waddell are rate, hot water and how. Phone S88-VV. (oUtf) a

Center of Dinner Menu l I 6 carrot health supervisor, came from .> RARE AND UNUSUAL tree and .
6 onion' Redland Camp to help for aD .
;, A go5J tjM-faahtoned Yankeepotroast 6 hour, and her colored ourae, AI- '"'' Wit SALE plant. Landscaping and grove
|otors abundant flavor I potatoes planting Sunny Grove Nun
phair Trapp Sold tag In colored
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land "'itlc\Ao-the-ribi": aatiafac-, turnip town. PACKARD pickup 1-ton truck, ertea, Palm Ave, t mile west

jeD. What'l more, a pot-roait laFt 1 Have pot-roast larded or wrap, In Princeton. Mrs. F. M. Ken 'rgood condition L. M. Hendrlck, of Florida City Phone I18S.w, ,

.thnely-choice for your dinner ped In thin layer of cod fat was assisted by Mr*. Ralph 1l 1 JOS Redland Camp. (pdS)

greens right' bow, because it'* a Sprinkle with 'salt, pepper and Reed, Mrs J. F. Hammett, Mr*. LOST
iillh 'tot', which point-tree utility flour. Try out piece of suet In Joe. Gammon and Mr. Eugene t NEW laundry tub, reedy to Install .
[but la perfectly wilted. i heavy kettle, put In meat and Fotalne. Mr*. Reed' sales totaled ; I tip cu engine, good LOST-Man'* fountain pen. Left

."The, recipe below, tell how tobake brewn on all ldtJI.' Add water to $88.M.la condition; 1 Myen water force on poet office desk Oft. S3.
I Yankee pot-roast with cover bottom of kettle. Add bay Gould Mr*. Wm. M. Crow pump. Good bed with spring Finder please return to Mrs. T. ,

[utility beef. Jessie Alice dine,: leaf, parsley and a few raisins was assisted by Mrs. P. S. Staple- complete $'M. D, Piche, Box (4, Rout 1,

I home economist, suggests:a menu Cover and simmer until tender, ton, Mrs. Eva Caatellow, Mrs Id TIlE SWAP SHOP Homestead; Fla. (a 10)

[forva dinner featuring this tfme- bout *4 hour The last hour of B. Parker, Sr., Mr*. Herman Mc- Buys Sell Anything of Value .LOST-Friday, brown tipper wallet

honored favorite: j, potatoes cooking, add and whole sliced carrots turnip., onions Sea-, Connell and Mr*. Fred Jordan. (nlOU) | containing picture, valuablepapers

Yankee pot-roait In Florida City Mr*. Fritz 2 driven' license Novella
vegetable Arrange vegetables CUTE PUPPIES-Small shorthaired
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'" (with vegetable) j jI son Schroeder wa suited by Mrs. De Prima Anna Reed.
around the meet on a breed. $5. First house I
Hot biscuits l Cnv1'' platter. Thicken stock with flour C. E.Mia Neill Miss" Mllfred Severyand north of Farm Life School. Return to Leade.lnlerprlMfor !:

[Jellied cranberry and orange salad. mixed to a smooth past with cold -Helen-Schroeder..- (n3-50)1]1 reward. (nlO)
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GLADE '& GROVE SUPPLY CO. AIR Continued ACCIDENT-NO! From Page HEO One-) Tractors Trailers write Box it, Vancouver,J21U Wash.[) r l'

of the Rev.
and Mr*. H. E. McKinley -

PRINCETON FLORIDA evangelists now holdinga FREE! If Excess acid cause you

Telephone 2II-J-1 P. O. Box 19$. revival at the First Baptist Home made Ford I pain of Stomach Ulcers Indigestion yr

.. Church of Homestead. When Tractors with 6 Rubber Heartburn. Belching, 9
notified of their nephew' death, Bloating, Nausea, Ga Palna, ;
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they were awaiting him to join Tires. Light let tree sample, \lda.t ,

them on a fishing trip.A Trailers ready to go. Brown' Pharmacy (pn4) ., t
release from the base revealed Also Second Hand I (
( that this I* the Homestead WANTED :
One Carload field' first serious accident of Chain. .A

'ooC this type.The b', four-engln WANTED TO BUY Green Pigeon .:
transport training school average Pea in pod. Will pay highest
Certified (Blue Tag) one and one-half time the Wolfe price S. Rosen, 7 E, 135th St., t

!) r amount of flying logged by another ; New York City. _. ., (p28))
c. I.. Pontiac ferrying division training Auto Wrecking
unit 11&b.. nation. Until this WANTEDExperienced
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time the plane In the training none JM-J HMBMleaJ. FU. bookkeeper for year
Seed Potatoes program at Homestead have totaled
I a m'leage equal to more round" position. State

than 20 round trips to the moo I full particulars first

r. . with the lots of only two airI I FOE SALE S ream tarnished letter. Box 36 Home
olitAiervleufa fat- It' .craft. hew Vtlh an Iaapeevetl.saUand ,
...r. Ve knew
A qualified board of officers 5 acre* land, partly grove stead. (nlQ) Y /
and.are,trying constantly U Improve U.KOT1CCOr ,
has been appointed by U. Cot Ha exceptionally large fireplace :..
WANTED-Job *( dial washer or
Samuel Nice
Uao
C Dunlap Ill command good garage.
ng officer, to investigate the aceldents loeatlo on good road. PrIce clerk by able-bodied woman.
,.the causes ol which have W.JOO. Must be eeen to be Box AJU'.al Leader-Enter
not Yet been determined. appreciated. Owner leaving prise.
",'* APPUCATTOM. I b the Counts .f Dade two of4o.Hi 1'IorIM" town. Inquire Alfred Supply :'ROOM wanted by man. R-L

l Chaptoa.tOm. If UJ TAX JU-M DEED u.*.Las L NE% -KWU of NWK and fw1i of'itEK Start OyerraIn 5 block east of Kroma ave, Leader-Cntcrprlse. (n0>
rila A SIT! of RW)4 goitloo. 14, TowiMhl H, This theory of governing children on King Highway. Turn left ,
'noncsi: II HEREBY GIVEN that with. R as. H Park ooottlnlM toAmo I at goat milk lgn. No broken.OI7tf. .APARTMENT wanted b'flUpl..
'tt.eeN L. .arht Adder ot sate aad wra or 1..., la the Town rf by appealing to their reason
c..ty Tat Cmlffeata No. out laiiiodIlho Florida. City, County af Pada BUM ol Isn't all If* made out to be," Aid ( ) J-l Leader-Enterprise.. (nlO)
alb du af Jaaa. A. D. JSIS. ha ......Ida.
.,.t..1 -i I* air of'*''; and .ha. Made The aoMomat of said ,.raptly.... d worried school teacher recently, i iIn
'...N att.e for a at dead to ho ...... tho aM ....UkI.. no la she aaw "'', "A youngster need a little spsnk-
--. laid OorlYlcata oiaWaxai the Uahaotra.UaU once In a while.
'i_.. oerlaod ..upsets la thofiOwiMi ,. MM oottlflcoto- shad h> to
of. ,Pad*. IMM at Ilor'da. to.H d.rad arwordln. to Jaw, lh> rof ftoVorrOMj "One of my boys had skipped
:: lh rala will ho ioU ta th his classes, deceived his mother This Job Will Bea
.t.' sal *. Mock t Coa.amUI a.... II....... bidder at the Cart Hoaoo doer
Tina, alua.., Plat Book t.4.' Paw M. oa Iho first Moaoar la the awata af been found out and caused much
the County of Dado BUM *f FTorld. parses IS44. which b tfx 4tt unhappiness all round. I took .
'J". msi ::' d D.e.ab.r. 1144, him aside and had heart- Job
...' lite .N wtAt,..... Mae In ....1 Dad Ohio loth day eI Crusher ..1994"at we a .
E Mltehri. | a. LBATRBRMAN to-heart talk. Johnny sat still
I 1"D;a.tfl.s..hen. ho r-{ unt ol Wr-nH Court looking at me Intently. '
filial i< Mrardlhe 1$ rapoltirMttMot Dodo CoaMT PtarMa.BF J.. .After. the War! -
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1.or11.d 't ea. 1I1a:;1 odd In Ohs! N n.5+7BBarrr D.a 1. thought I was making great .
.
kU*.r M the Court Coojo door clacvrY 1" MAL headway, I Dever saw a child
'. the fine M_r !...tho wMiih of, lOrt. IO *7. *... .. H. 1544)NoTtrs who seemed so absorbed, even
5 slosh v,' ,.... vhM If .155 41* dart -.
.t _" nbor,, )44.tfcli OF APPLICAtiON fascinated, by my line of argument -
1 Dew nth lay ISM | But you can never tell.
'A= I rol
'A I FwAa96.DECO "
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i Clark of Circuit, Carob .' Nolle b bank ..... that J on>t Just a* I had reached the climaxIn Help Wanted
: C-l. Cowrtr, Florida Port holder oo oailavoo .* *:..r.l.doDralnan my appeal to his better elf ,
H 0.O.5. .TERRETT. ftC Dtatrtot Tax oorUfteto_ broke
over
COURT t light of discovery
fciacorr; BE" ". .... Amy doOat.
( .... K. N., s.... 14>, AID. 194ad lone Iliadl..d Comm Johnny' face.
sate'I. say ...,.... and .boo rid .f a'PIte.cher,' he said, If
for ton d-od to tow thmaolaraoia
'NOTICE'-OP APPLICATION oUcarloa tint
wish 1e. Said Caettn..a your lower jaw that move, at the
FOR TAX .
m. ? WIOWIM'>o M ooo.rrw. "
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"Cb-pMr n4S7 ISM th ... it! -Exchange.M .
-..ddseethe to Dad. Caaatr. P1.. ...
FtJ. A Sly .... -
NOTICE It NEARBY GIVEN that % 19. Tbw"hle. at a-wk.
w J T. A SMmtooj hoMrr of Tow* ot Same SS ..... oMilatalac aces Aeroj'aioro .10.- tai Mad ,will bra. far e,.:: NARANJA ROCK CO.
P7"Y. Chi T.Cw.tn.. a Nola .M, or .... la tha Counts of D.M.Sus Dwarf., this < 1,10"n" sJ Oaaabat] A.
the des, A. D.t 1 d FIartda. Mth sty .
h.. ma .= :/i... and ha. ",.. awa-a.t ., MW P.rt, ..e.d" B> 'rib
cede ...,..._ for a tal .... to be the Cenfflate ...... w" Is the IL.. LEATBEBHAl
,Phone 57J Homestead
Coart,
band .. drrk of Clrealt
Mid C.rtine.a tea. 1 cars u.
b'w = \. .a.dime Dod. 0.... Florid_ _
usrono.d.e .Mari
dop.p"ts I .
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ORANGE and GRAPEFRUIT I p0T1c: swa"Itssao OF AYPJ: nON -

Nation W .":-I rlisr'vXssA that *!.... ;J" YOU WILL LIKE
GROWERS IwhM of CHV ot Miami D
,,-- *>*. dad
the lad day ., I.... A. ft ISM lone TIlE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR
E *" la ." .... and
ktM said CarilMrat* BIT
?. 'We pick pack and sell your fruit. Via sands ...1_ for ta. dead to An ITIWIO*W Daily Ntutptprttot
boss IIIMIOB to aiMiM._ with taw
these four differences
.... arrows oMhraoM tho foUovloaoattriaos important I
t'
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We do not buy it.Silver roportr.. olcaaoid, la Dado "". NO SENSATIONALISM OtlMB-NO ANIMOSITY
Plortds. trwit
; ,r. o.wllr.C, B1ak 5. Duane hto Iota.: .THOROUGH NEWS ANALYSIS BY EXPERTS
Plat Noah 4. Pan 191s tho Cltrof MORN EXCLUSIVE FOREIGN I: DOMESTIC COVERAGE
Palm ,Fruit Growers' Assn. ...., Canals W Dada, Susan .' CAREFUL CHEO.ON NEWS FOR ACCURACY
PtSo'M.: -----
eaewf said .
Aces the OitUtoaM af bed woo-to tho TW Ooriot, .... Publishing 9....
Grower-owned non-profit jCO-OPERATtVC wren ., u......... u._ said CorUft- 0.., N"an 5w... Seas.ft It, _
rate ....11 ho lodioaiol aMordlaa1 ta law. Price (1100 Yew se 'UK a Montfc.SamrJa
lneklee Howe Is en the Seaboard Railway In Eedlaada 1sa Joel thud du of win ll.iiajljir sow ,tbwssa A. D. IM w*. tbs I low, ferluaa. ....*.*iM .....l... |O60 e You

" south ef "' ...... Drive Dead this .4110 dar af Orhrhor, A- lanaajiaaary dm,t Saar4ay IBMS a CUM

IM4t r .. LlAT.If.MAK N-. ....nAoU

Phone 252-J-3 W.M. Crow }igr.C TMda Clark af OoaaU.Cimtt Fhaida Cost )_,,, .... .. .... .
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November 10.19<< HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE November 10.1944

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Sammy Zones, 30-year-oid I the scrapbook
For Newt of Homestead and South Dads Read Your Dates With Goulds negro. Sunday. and ,wife paused '
James was shot by Jones Immediately thoughtfully In trorIf'of the reaVtaurant
THE HOMESTEAD LEADERIn Uncle Sam above OH heart after a bearing thai S"Din*,
-MNMNI,wM..N.IM.HN. quarrel Sunday Awning and laIn net here from IS to >.-Oo cents.**.
Dade County:3 mo*, 50e; 9 no..,75e; 1 yr., LOO MEATS, FATS-Kd stamp Dad County Hospital The "Cbonv las," Sandy aid nod.
Outside Dade County 1 2.00 arrest was mad by Constable ding approvalft" hours'eatto'J
': : yr, AS through ZS and A through PS
Fry* K Irwin. for fifty cent 1* very ......
t .SUBSCRIPTION BLANKBaM4a4 < I good. IL Indefinitely. New stamp.pee. abl-Jtx. )

'; IWI I PROCESSED GOODS Blue Of Coarse II la
t
} I,*****, tamp AS through ZS and AS '
It you're livid tales of Scot- '
r', It N. IT. 'Third St, BeaneateaJ, Fla.Xswleee1 . through W5, good indefinitely.New tish thriftiness, here's one for WANT ADS, PAr' "
stamps De 1.SUGARStamps.
r flarf ._ fee wkkfc plaaae moan PIe LaefIM SO, II. S3, S3la jt
deaths Set < Book Four food Indefinitelyfor
tn
five pound each. t
>r NAMt_ Stamp 40 food for 8 pound ol
canning sugar through Feb. 28 of
J P. O. BOX next year Spar stamp 17 food r
for canning sugar until Mar. 1, Dodd Radio
CITY AND STATE .
It.s.
i 3
t OASOUNE A-IS coaponl'OOd[ J
for 4 gallons through Dee. 21. .

i .; DADE'S PROGRESS I Bird Heads Cut Accident CommitteeTo Toll and SHOES I (Book-Airplane I) good tamp Indefinitely I, 2 Sales and ServiceWe !>>


; committee with Dr. June T.
: IN EDUCATION In an effort to reduce the high I Wilson county. school superintendent ,
yearly toll that Dad County. pays u co-chairman. Faber
: :' TOLD BY WIlSON In lives and money for preventable I:-1rectsrnmer southeastern National Safety area arc sure you will appreciate i i.4.

accident, I group of civic
Council, pointed out that in com-
Expansion of the Dade County leaden IlLhe county pledged munities where safety. founcllsbase our,efforts. irr continuing to give '
r-f school system to tedud this almost ana MM M a meeting ,ef the keen erf anlaed en a'permanent '.. "v, tf* v V L ..
limitless scope W vocational Dade County; Safety. Council Friday bails, accident losses have '
j y training afforded by gigantic Miami afternoon in the Ingrabam bean sharply reduced. the highest quality radio service.
'
Technical High School housed 'budding Sunshine room. The '
pledges were a tint step In a Negro Is Held Pending
I la the Roosevelt Hotel building
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campaign for sufficient funds to Outcome of Shooting
r < was sketched by County Superintendent -
place th* council's safety drive
BLDG. N. KROME AVE..
CAVES 205
J Jai. T Wilson to on a permanent bail Grady Jones, 27-year-old negro,
: the Homestead Rotary Club WedS Preston B. Bird chairman of II being held in Homestead Jail i iH
MIld.,. the county commission, was molested pending the outcome of a bullet
chairman of a promotional.r.V wound which Jones inflicted on
I Dr. Wilson told also of schools .
; for mentally retarded children, oft orrll.IIl.ldIII!| :! ! III I.!!iLl.II! !! I,I"" !!II,'I',|II|,,,1"!" ,11II,1.1 III lII.IIIIll,11.1,II I I.UI III Ilill.ldl.lI III III IIIJU.IIUJllj JJ UI jjjdlII'Illijd MHlIIlllljjlliWljlliJLIII''II I,II:II I I:II ,II:II I :i III I..'''

: classes for pupils having defecUv -
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vision, and ol plans to buy
f \ the old Embassy Club building

{ ) to house handicapped.a school for the physically l- Two Unexcelled BuysI

A former principal of the
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I, j Homestead schools,* Dr Wilsonwas
.' presented to the club by Ro. .
''f tarlan Baker Hlndman present "I\ Real Estate :

f' principal.of the school here. "

t ", Civilian Gift Boosts

t GI Morale, Says Officer J .

1)' A suggestion that growers make 20 ACRES .-. *
1 availabletheir surplus to personnel x

i' ':) was at Homestead made yesterday Army AirField by 600 ft Frontage on Kings Highway Between Krome and UPS/ .,No.lrf: !!

t' John W, Neafscy who invited the ,
) army to help Itself t* the avocado
falling off his tree after : 6 ACRES BEARING AVOCADO GROVE ,

j ., the hurricane. .., .
Two detail cam out from the () "" i': 10 ACRES PLOUGHED LAND ': -" 'u'. ..
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but to
get the
.' avocado from "
,
:, Mr Neafsey, who later received ., 4 ACRES WOODS LAND ;: = i
the following letter of appreciation
t! from Chief Warrant Officer '

John ficer. V. Baker, general mess of $7,500 ,':It 'oJ r.;

l "I would like to thank you on ,' i
behalf of an the men oa the field
for your kind and generous offer '. . '
of ,:r'4, "' "; ; r; "
- avocado Most of them had t ,:
never tasted avocados, and I can ,, ... -; "! '
4 assure you that they enjoyed I ';;
them Try much. "; .... : ,, -" ',. KIO
"It I* thing like this that give ', ... \f ;,'1' sf CORNER 20 ACRES "
the man more meaning a* to what ;h '

they them are feel fighting that the for people and It art make behind with:1330 Fruit'Trees in A-l condition and laden with ;fruit!,

them , ." :,

GRAPEFRUIT TREES
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m PERSIAN LIME TREES ucck :
Try Us When Ton Need .

A Haircut 437 IDEMOR IDlE TREES ... ,I
or ; '01"... .
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x Shave -. 2 ,ORANGE TREES'f I", ,.10 :

mistreat __ 7 \
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Shav ..,, r i 1Stl .' $10,000 \ ... ... .
l Sa .... (PIaIII)____. tilt ,, .'I %
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Sinn Ih ONE-THIRD. CASH, BALANCE ONE AND TWO YEARS '. . '.
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hotel I Me ".. ,
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BUSH'SBarber '

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