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: December 11, 1942
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: VID00572
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
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VoLSl No.fiO Homestead Florida, Friday, December 11. 1942 Price 5 Gents '




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Uncompleted Bay Park May I LOERING.OF MAXIMUM AGE



Become Crash-boat Station ,'M.; CANCELS DEPARTURE




I. AIR BASE- ASKS F. H. A. Representative Makes SurveyOf I r 6F48iSCHEDllLEDFORDEC14City

Defense Area Housing Needs Here -
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to Auction ,100 Lot Registration of Ift-year.oM

DADE TO LEASE A survey' of Homestead and vicinity PROCLAMATIONWHEREAS For Delinquent, Taxes youths now subject to the draft
under newly enacted legislation,
was made yesterday by I :,. ...-
Attorney will begin today: at Legion hall on
FHA representative from Atlantato In the month of De- City: Ira C. Haycock S. Krome ave. it was announced
determine If housing needs here cember 1941 there were more was directed by: the city council yesterday by Win. J. Geronimo,
DOCKS HOUSEThe than 1,000 accidents, with 84 per. Monday night to start foreclosure
warrant declaring this section I chairman of the local selective
ion killed and nearly 1,200 persons *I proceeding on 100 city lot*. ALter service board.
defense area in which the. war. Injured, in Florida, and acquirement by the city, theM
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Incompleted caretaker'shouse time dwelling construction restrictions WHEREAS, this I* a period lots which had reverted to the Only about 100 boys In this district
at Homestead Bayfront park will not operate. when everyone Is thinking of the state for delinquent taxes, will be are subject to this sixth
and the docks there are being Investigation .f the housing brotherhood of man and the true auctioned to get them again on I I registration, it waa estimated by
Mr. Geronimo who said that the
ought by the Homestead army: spirit of Christina and what it the tax rolls.OFFICIALS.
here initiated recent. elimination of the J4-45
shortage was age group
air base for use ai headquartersfor meant, and the Joy of giving, and
trash boat crews,. County: ly by the Federal Housing Ad. WHEREAS, the Lord did not In. I from operation of the selctlv
service will result In the sailing
Commissioner J. D. Redd said yes. ministration after formal requestby Rend that this ihoud be a period, HERETO
terday.: the city; council and it Is understood I'of bloodshed and the unnecessary I of more teen-age ou\h. and young
married Inca.Eighteen .
The anysignal corps Is temporarily by: military; .authorities. waste of life, through reckless,
occupying: the unfinished careless and drunken driven and SPEED CAMP I ft the 38.45 ago l.: tap
building but negotiations are under careless and drunken pedestrians, In this distrltt had been slated Or
way between army and county FARM BUREAU and FOR NEGRO LABORHayes call to army: service Monday Des
authorities for army lease and WHEREAS the Florida Safety I l 14, he said but the now ruling. excluding .
completion of the structure tor Council Is calling on all citizens, this group from the di 'ift
:,.at r "the crews' headquarters.: Materialson "J BEARING 25Q. civic club, enforcement officers,I automatically cancel their um-
Bell of
Washington J ,.
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hand when construction was and'elherr end W'tl'7 ag W. mate, ,. rep. mon ..?".
stopped last spring as a war econ. MEMBER GOAL this month of December one of resentaU0" the department of Registration of the first .:.,-A
oray will be supplemented by: the the safest months. labor, and Bedford William of those born on or after July 1, 1924
army; Redd said. I NOW, THEREFORE, I, T. J. Brldgeton, N. J., newly appointed but not after Aug. 11, 1924, will
The two-story: caretaker's lodge i Harris, mayor; of the City: of manager for the Homestead FSA!take place' during the week beginning .
with living apartment and space Two hundred forty-two members .,Homestead, designate the monthof Friday Dec. II, and ending -
for concession was well on the have been enrolled In the I December aa a safe and careful negro farm labor camp arrived Thursday, Dec. IT. Those
way: to completion when work was Dade County Farm Bureau, said' month urging that driver and here Wednesday to speed con born on or after Sept. 1, Itt.14.: but
abandoned in the spring. pedestrian be careful and co.I I struction of the mobile camp not after Oil 31, 1924. wa be
Secretary; Harold Kendall yesterday :I
operate, so that this will be a which Is expected to be ready registered during the week begin
: and the organization i* con.,t WHITE CHRISTMAS for the folk; ning Friday: Dec. Ill, and ending
Honor Roll DedicationIs fident of going over its 250 goal at home. I for occupancy: within ten dy Thursday, Dec 24. Those born on

Slated for TonightFlorida by Dec. 15, deadline of the current T. J. HARRIS, Mayor. Clarence Weeks, a Thomasvill or after Nov. 1, 1924, but not after
membership drive.It I I : Oa., negro, will be assistant manager : Dec. 31, 1924 will be registered
City's roll of honor for la expected that as many: of the camp. .1 during the week beginning Saturday
men serving with the armed as 500 farm families will be affiliated TYPEWRITERS .1 : Dec. 20, and ending 1jur
forces will be dedicated at with the group by: May: 1,' Four can of equipment' came In' day, Dec. 31.
o'clock this evening in the Florida 1943, first anniversary of the Wednesday and local growers are During the continuance .if the

City. Community Church. county organization, Kendall said.; SOUGHT FOR I II furnishing truck and labor to; war, those born on or after Jan. 1,
An officer of the Homestead The Dade bureau is the first county unload and set up the 150 unit 1125, will be registered on their
army air base will be the apeak.! unit to be organized In the which will house 500 field work, eighteenth birthday: mnnher: ;.lie
,er. The public la cordially: Invited state and It Is an affiliate of the I ARMED FORCES : or on the day following If uh
and a special invitation is Florida Farm Bur-su which in I ers.The camp Is open to all negro I anniversary fall on a Sunday or
extended to the parents of the turn Is associated with the American .: I I farm worker a legal holiday.CHURCH.
honor roll men. Farm Bureau Federation. i A canvass for typewriter; for,. _

Double Header to Begin Basketball I use made of by:the the armed South forces Dade is Salvage being Cannon, Chandler to Press McNutt I

I Committee, Geo. N. Wekefleld., For Favorable Farm Labor Decision

Season at Homestead Gym Tuesday chairman, said yesterday.Six j

typewriters, not older than I Congressman Pat Cannon and]
i A "double-header" will In.u.1 1(35 models, are being sought by Luther L. Chandler,.Florida con GROUP
gurateHomestead High School I GARBAGE DUMP the Dec. SI deadline, Mr. Wake'tultant of the, war manpower
basketball season. at the local: field said. Firms with available''commission, will leave for Wash TO FURNISH AIR
gymnasium at 7:30: Tuesday: evening SOUGHT WESTOFHOMESTEAD machines are asked to notify the ington Immediately: upon obtaining
with the school team pitched salvage committee and a typewriter -' an appointment with Paul V. BASE DAY ROOMS
against Miami Edison: and the manufacturer's representative 1 McNutt, manpower cur, to thrash
Homestead army air base team or dealer will call for and)out the farm labor question,
against the MIami-6ub.cbuera. r give a receipt for the machine By: Chandler said :yesterday.The I Han for the various Homestead
Members ef this year's team: mall, owner win receive a treasury importation of Bahaman la" churches to be responsible for
carriedover free last year art: The city request through County; pneurement'form and later I bar is squarely up to McNutt, said ,furnishing the four day: roam at
Ferny Lett,' Billy Forte, Arnold, Commissioner J. D. Redd for permission .. a treasury check. Chandler, who predict swift notion the Homestead army alt base were
Mcllwaln, Lanier Whitehead,.Sam I IBIoIIdo to lease a 'countyewnedHeJurt Indlvidaul and firm able to' once official sanction: la given worked out Monday afternoon
Matt Ballar*, .Dm Dose west er Lorigv hew road spare a m.ehlne'ther because, the plan. Chandler .and Cannon when church representative made
and Felix Bullard. Additions are I for a new city garbage dump was of'curtailment of their own business (expected to leave for Washingtonthis a tour of Inspection: of the dayrooms
Harry Bishop, Robert Sullivan and 1 referred to the zoning board and or by: scheduling two machine -' week, but the naming of Me. with Mrs. Adrian Jacobs.
Billy Jacob who made a spectacular ' health department at the can to do the work of three,I Nutt a* manpower czar with relultant Churches represented were St.
record on last year's mission meeting Tuesday: are liked to notify the salvage reorganization, ha made John's episcopal.; Dr. and Mrs.
championship junior high team.' Di E. C. Cato, county health committee at once. it impossible to date for them to A. L. Burgreen and Mrs. LM Lehman
Roger Glenn, Clarence Williams officer, and Mayor: Tom Harriinuke I I I get an SFpolnment ; Homestead Presbyterian
Wilfred Huffman and Jack Mar.:1 wi' an Immediate check ol. C. or C. MEETING MONDAY The necessity for prompt solo Rev. Marvin T. Murp'IY, M.... A.
shall are promising new members.: the alto from the health stand I ton of the drastic farm labor F Arthur; Homestead Met! odUt
Homestead wen the state championship -: point, said Mr. Redd, who pointedout A membership meeting of the shortage is pointedly illustrated br I the Rev. O. Scwell Palmer First
IB the class B division that the proposed ground- Redland District Chamber of this crop figures, Chandler Baptist Mr*. T. E. Kirby, Mrs. R.
last year, and from all indication level location would permit effi. Commtree will be Io'clock .=.aon Completed potato acreage ::1 J:; Edwards.:
'bas a good chance to equal UM dent burning of garbage without: 'Monday leIln'mller the planting are one-.third less Each room will be marked witha
Word this season, Coach Conman Interference from standing wattjjas of Commerce building.''than planned, 'and tomato acre. plaque giving the name of the
In the old rock pit %*f ,hiinnes Secretary Kit Canon. age has been curtailed SO per celt.I church furnishing It.p. .

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Thanksgiving letter which reached been employed in the Navy Yard Siren Will Be Tested
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1 hit parents, Mr. and Mrs. R H. at Key: West accompanied her bus. Each Saturday at Noon
: Fitzpatrick on Monday band as far as Jacksonville to
I OUR MEN IN SERVICE ,
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I Lt. Fitzpatrick spoke also of a make her home temporarily
wonderful Thanksgiving 'dinner her parent Mr. and Mrs. R. W. To Insure their being in good

r << the troops had enjoyed-turkey,, Vaughn In Ocala.- working order, all Dad*-County: i
I air sirens will be sounded from 1J, ti
mashed potatoes, peas, pumpkin
.. Ralph Andrews on Radio Staff Sgt. R, Mattson pie and a fruit dessert Maurice Craft''will report Dec. noon, until 12:0) each Saturday 'f 6

la Purl Harbor Program Writes from N. Africa Christmas packages, h* said,. 16 to Camp Blandinf for possible Frank B. Rue, co-ordinator of de.
tense for the South Dade .
area, '
were arriving In good order, and, Induction into the army.
0 .0 's announced yesterday.: :
Ralph Andrews, U. S. N, son of the men were happy and excited
Mr..and Mr*. Berl Andrews of Staff Sgt. Richard' Mattaon'of when they cam Letters, papers Barney Godwin hat been aent This will Include all sirens In
31....ead" WM heard on'i Pearl the Signal Corpa la now somewhere and V-mail, also were going to Brooklyn for.a. three-month the section, fire engines, 'thr city
Harbor'-radio Monday in North Africa, accordingto through well he said.e signal corps course. hall, ambulances, etc. h* said '
program a letter received by his sister, e a ?
night .When asked what he'dIlka
Mr* J. S. Becker of Florida City. Sgt and M.- C. C. tales are
moat for Christmas, Ralphsaid' Fred Skiner
Extracts ,from the letter Jol. Appro'esFood announcing the birth of a seven-
hwould chooM furough low: But Not Climate Dec. 10
.Mama"s'"WWL pound three-ounce son on '
"I really hated to leave Englandbut In .James Archer Smith Hospital
Ralph, you know bow will have teen Quit a bit of at "BOYS
"1 do Sgt. Files, who I II stationed
POOD travel facilities are.the an. sure wish I was back thereIn 1
the world bfttoe, time I get back.i Fort Bennlng, Ga., is home on a
aouneeri replied, "but well the South, writes Pvt.
lei We really Tiad It niea, In England ; ierer.1:: furloueh.I I
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what we can do about that very Leroy Skiner f Camp .
aa we were stationed close, to
thing"tl' C.. to his mother, Mrs. Mable .D. I .
London. However, we didn't;get' Funeral Services Held I 1lierr" II *rrcmmdow Mad lot a cbolrwiM ..,
!<. Skiner. "I would not give any .
to lot getjout and educational, '
tee a aa we didn't yet
: part of Florida for all of North For Geo. C.
Pray
Myrofi Grennell! Wins during the day ad' it was too clark i Mrs. rntcniininf boy'l publication .
Promotion in Oregon at night. We had a lot of fun at Carolina. i .hy.for JO vein,ite Boy 1
are getting tome good food Funeral services for Mrs Geo. grain o( Amnca hn pub-
night though. .
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"The _a\htr.llertJiarfc"101 u here-all you can get up and C. Pray, 06, were conducted Monday .1 tithed BOYI' LIFE.li .
MJron'C.:'Crennell, son of Mr. different, from that.<* i f ands i.walk off with afternoon in t Turner Funeral ,'i the imtuuie roe
and Mrs. V. M. I "I have taken shots, and will be .
Grennell
on Nov. It U hot during the day and cold my boy 'chapel by the Rev. O. Sewell glad ugi f
IS' became a flnt lieutenant. !!. Bight. what needles they give them to us Palmer, pastor of Homestead I .. your ion
Is stationed with. The needlea have been I . or t
at Camp White, Ore.1 Fat"I taw Philip Topping yesterday 'Methodist Church. Burial was In .
"The Webfoot State I stuck Into so boys they area friend's.stn.
living many
up for the tint time in eight month palm Cemetery, Naranja. .
to Ita,.nvne," h. writes "because like! a blunt headed nail. :
It'a a small world after all.: .Mrs Pray died In a Miami hospital -I
there la rain most of the time. "We go to town occasionally but "We have to pay $1.SO a month on Nov. 30 after a lone ill-

The- paper arrives each week, It doesnt do us much good >i 'we for laundry" and that includes everything -)ness. She had been a resident of
and I :read each copy from front can't talk to toe aaUwes. We do I Homestead since 1937 when she

to bwk.H buy tangerines frooxthem though,", . I came here from' Chicago.
f a a a o J. a Edward Kirby, IOn of Mr. and She Is survived by her husband

Jai Field U. S. N., IOn of Mr Staff Sgt Tad Thomas, who, Mrs T. E. Kirby, who Is serving who operates feed and poultry
and Mrs, L. L. Field, wa pro- arrived with the U. S. Coast Guard, has store here, and a daughter and 11ASaar.114MI rfmse
moted to chief radio man Nov. 1,1 here Mondayhte with-ihls" spend mother his furlough .teen transferred from fey Westto two granddaughters, Mrs R. A. I Send your order M: *
according to word received bvMa Mollle Thomas Mts, Ellis Island for 12 weeks of, Schiller and Gertrude and Gret- aorr tire tea ash Ave.Mr.v *
la
slated to attend
parents. I officers' training school .choolln,. Mrs. Kirby who had'chen Schiller of Chicago. [-Or n ynir nnqunrr onVt or lonl tcm
hla
Yesterday completed James'I upon

seventh year In the navy. Hissixyear return Dec. 17 to Camp McCoy L ---" .I .11 for-o: ,J,;_ __ .
enlistment ended Dec. 10,1 I' Mich. Sgt Thomas was recently

Ml, but the Pearl Harbor at.1 transferred from Ft Sam Houston,
Tex. j A
tack on Dec. 7 automatically kept,I . ,
him In the service James has
traveled all over the world and Troops Happy Over

hit parent have mementos tent Christmas PackagesA

from strange porta from Australia I

to Alaska. 30-foot dive, Is a normal thing
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for the natives, and their swim i
Pvt. J T. Godwin arrived from ming and the length of time they

New Orleans Sunday to spend a stay under water are Impressive,
furlough with )its parents Mr. and Lt. Francis Fitzpatrick wrote froma.
Mra R. U Godwin of Homesteal.1 I Southwest Pacific island in a

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December' 11,. 1942 '" HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE wrrr .i.r.w .r..r --PTh7ie>" -"?


DR. BUR GREEN under Fire Chief PALMER HEADSCLERGY THE WEATHER Stores Salvage Depot
City AmendmentAn -
For Fats and Tin Can
Official w.report" at the
IS ORDAINEDTO Subtropical Experiment Station
GROUPThe
amendment to the city fire Homestead, Florid Grocery stops are now acting'as
ordinances providing that the superintendent Dan IIU.J MI.. I San I tibia receiving depot for properly
PRIESTHOOD of the municipallight Nov. It... .....J 77 i 4. 1 I I'' prepared' tin can and kltchea fatv;;'
and water Rev. O. Sewell Palmer pa*. Nov. 27... ... J M UJ.M| Ceo. N. Wakefield chairman ef
plants act a* fire tor of Homestead Methodist Nov. 28_. -..- Tl 145 | the South Dad Salvage commit *
Dr. A. L. Burgreen, minister In chief will b: drawn up by; City Church was elected president of I Nov. .21_.,._.__ SI I 60 (I I i toe announced yeaterday.;
charge*".of St John'* Episcopal Attorney Ira -C Haycock it was the Bedland District Ministers'Nov. 30.JM De |12I.1T1 Both end should be renaeved *
decided Mood yhlght by; the city Dec. 1--- ....-I 1 ST S3 119-81! from washed and dried can, t4 .
Church WII'rdaIDecl .to the council. Association at a reorganization Dec. 2. ._. ..../ 14 f* |29.90| .04 the end aheuld be dipped in.
priesthood:by the Rt.. RejJohn meeting Monday evening ..th.. ._..._
Such amendment will result In Dec. 2. 71 40 IJO.OJ' tide the cylinder which art the*
Durham Wing, D..,P.). Epicopal Superintendent Cordon Ivey's Methodist panonage. Other officers Dte I...' 4< 30.00; I flattened by stepping up an Miam,,
bishop of Sou\lr" florida. Monday filling the place ef CTJeputy are: rice-president, the Rev. Dec. 1....=1" soh I IDee. I Mr. Wakefield uld. rata ahMld
wH6' R. H. Spear: secretary-treasurer, a.... e7I| ..
morning at 14- e'ctoet ::11\ St.fiphen' recently resigned ai fire |1.If be strained Into wlde-meu M4
chief. Mr*. Edith Tamblyn; correspondIng Dec. 7_.._._/ 87 T ISO.tl| container and kept In a seat
Church In Coconut Henry Brooker, Jr. fir com. secretary, the Rev. Ceo. E. Dec. 8._....._ .1 11 1. ISO.03| place until brought to the tares
Grove. mltteeman; wa authorized to buy DeusL Dec t-l" |130.111 for Alt for war use In the __
Before seeking order in the necessary auction hose for the A committee composed of the facture of explosives.
Episcopal Church, Dr. Burgreen Sesgrave firs"truck. Upon presentation Rev. Marvin T. ;:.rp"i.r.t LBurgreen 1 I Salvaged can and fate will be
'of'a complaint' of an and F. MRS. M. L. WATERS CALLED: picked up by the truck of Miami
served .for.s number of ;year In Crauswell to draft: TO FUNERAL or MOTHER.
f unsafe stove flue in the home of wjs appointed bottling and soap companies, Mr.
1 the Methodist ministry. H* hast C. W. Little, It was decided to request a constitution for presentation: at I IMn. Walt tlelel said.Christmas .
held parishes In West Virginia, Mr. Little to put the flue In the first.regular meeting of the M. L. Water wa called to -- --
1 New York. City and New Haven. safe condition. The only fires association. The time and meeting Blackihaar Ga. the Festival
Tuesday by
reported during..the month were place for the group will be determined i
Participating in the services death ot her mother, Mrv Sally Presents Pvt. Catea
a grass fire and a wood tIre It by the minister at a: I
wen: the Rev. C. W. Caique, D. Altnun.nlshlng.
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I was stated.A meeting at : p. m. Wednesdayin Pvt. Raymond Gate of the
D. rector. of the Church of the the Methodist ,
permit was Issued to Pit parsonage.Mr. Homestead army air bate will be
Holy; Cross, who delivered the Gtftney to move the Bob Cook Murphy was appointed a* day rooms at the ba... guest artist at the Christmas fee.
,I sermon; the Rev. Rex. Wilkes, fruit stand building from S. Krome soclatloit representative to an. Following Monday nlght'i meet tina given by the Homestead
rector of St Stephen's, who presented ' avenue to the airport. David range lot religious services at big refreshments were served. .1 High School band and glee clubat
Dr Burgreen for ordination Fredrick appeared before the Homestead army air base until I Those present were. Mr and t:IS tonight In the school auditorlum. .
: and the Rev. O. Irvin Killer council relative to requested remodeling the arrival of a Protestant chap Mr*. Palmer, Mr*. Tamblyn, Mn. : .
; of Trinity Church who read the, of a building in the rear lain there. A committee of one Naomi Dano, Dr. J. E. Johnstone, Also on the program Is Miss
litany for ordination. About 15 I of his place of business to conformto representative from each church Mr Murphy, Dr, Burgreen, Mr. Mary Ellen Dearlng who will sing
other clergymen took part in the fire rules. will be formed to supervise fur. Spear and Mr Craus ell. "Ave Maria"
procession and the laying on of
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bands.
'. Albert Caves.' Lee H. Lehman,
Henry Brooker, Jr. and W, R.
Bird served a* ushers, and Frank L Y
Hausman and: Robert Earl Bur-
green were acolyte boys. +
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After the serVUw, luncheon was z1

served and visitors.In the pariah Among hall the to clergy latter SEE WHAT MY BOY ,i -

were the 'Rev.Y.. H K. p
ton, former rector in charge SENT ME-A BOXIJ
church here; Mrs. Pendl ton ndle.1
their son, Covey, who had
from Hollywood where they ,OF ORANGES RIGHT
pending the';'' lnter, Approximately
50 members of the local J'y
churchj were, present Including FROM FlORID / f Ed,

members of Woman's Auxiliarywho ..
attended in a body. ,

"Religious Experience :
C To Supplant' Revivals'
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Revivalism, or emotionalism In
religion, will be a thing ot the ti'' r >ti
past after this war, Dr. A. L.
Burgreen, pastor of St. John'i
Episcopal Church, told. the Home
stead Rotary Dub Wednesday in I ITHRlllTHE
a talk on "The World Conflict and
Emerging Ideas".
Religious experience will con*
tinue to be manifested, but in"a
quiet. serene conviction of divine .
presence and power, In Dr.

Burgreen's religion was opinion.starting Emotionalismin on its way

out with the passing of the 19th
century, he said FOlKS BACKib HOMEI
Dr. J. E. Johnstone, pastor of
the First Baptist Church of Homestead .
was Introduced as a new
member of the Rotary Club.
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Reforms Needed, Says Send them Oranges, T WBBB'I a teal thrill-getting a selected just for them picked and
Mary Eleanor Williams box of oranges., grapefruit and shipped. right direct from the trees.
Grapefruit and Tangerines tangerines-right from the groves Let your local gift fruit dealer
Lack of understanding and tolerance direct from the of FLORIDA of sunny Florida help you choose, address and shipThere's
among men la largely re. groves something aboutit that the fruit. But do it today I 1. W.,-'
sponslble for evils which beset never loses its kick. Millions who "time shipments to far-off cities
society today In the opinion of have never bfcen in Florida-millions require extra time! .
Miss Mary Eleanor Williams of. who have never seen the gorYea, see your gift fruit dealer topouIlf'OYWrihtheOl'8ftl8ryellow -
the Redland school faculty, speaker
day..Rend friends and loved-onee
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at the Lion Club
Tuesday night.Increase meeting in and golden-rex fruit hanging plump, grand gift for so little money...
juvenile
0/ ripe and luscious-all get an ena. gift everyone Iovea ...delicioua
delinquency,
political
cor A of fruit fruit from Florida .
ruptlon labor racketeering, and de t tirely new enjoyment out ,
even the war can be traced backto j d V I f rLOUDA CJ1 Iiv.. co toN Lakeland, Florida
this lack, she said. .... sack...t
She advocated a change In the of a.

and educational looked system for the of schools our society and A grand gift for so little money. And

churches to Initiate such a re.

churches form. The Is already Influence Increasing of the everyone loves to get fruit from Florida !

she concluded. '
Mrs. Clarence A. Gray directeda
musical program which con.
sifted of a French horn solo by
Miss Kathleen Wagner and cornet GIFT BOXES OF FRUIT
nero solos by; Bruce and Marilyn Wag. .


Packed and Shipped! for Christmas or New Year's
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Bervke'A Friendly Mea OereMlyN. Shop" P&RMHN-LEHMZIN PACKING CO.

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sons, with two of them horn sick This Inflation is bound t* catch .II.coffee are not. the only thlngi
I : HOMESTEAD LEADER THE abed. The old bourd.
said
1 man Crump you ODe way or another-lik* the people
AND HOTERPRISSVMtCRIPTION HOME that it _fried to him this ".onl4forall" man set his bear trap-"to catch
trait was family one. him gwlne or comlnV Last year I A recent Jibe la that Stalingrad
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the Miami woodyards aiked $14 a must be the largest city In the
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If the number ot things now cord for wood and now they want world: the German array can to
..'110...... hide" .. Ir .....
\ ., 1_ _.. ode PuWIobIq c-.a.p, being "frozen" can be token as to hike the price to WO, One ita suburbs some monthi ago and
I Ii Coffee drinkers who failed to an omen we certainly will have applicant was told he was the nit has not let reached the public
get the first War Ration Book cold winter. oa the waiting list Sugar and !square.
i: ",: =., ::.... must apply to the local rationing

t IUIJOIUI LUCR AIIe.ua board by Dec. 13 In order to pur. ____ __u ___'_
f) ; lI.nQI.. !WI_ chase coffee. That date Is also

t r ;' .&at'-N.rnUJJ.. ...,..DICIUlllIOlfr ... 9 the Is last good day for on lugar.which. stamp No If {
planning a Holiday Trip
p Point rationing will corns next you are
It will be used for new PI'O'l'ImtIUch !
IATD
l.. Dade Cou.tr_,___ II.MCould. as meat rationing, and well
: < } .f. Dado Count*.,.___ I Itnttni 'IMI get Book No. 2 full of "polats"
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I which we can "spend" to buy any : PLEASE REMEMBER
.. Mfnn4 elu. < ull natterM of the Items we choose from the
: \ .rrh II. Ull M M. *M offfe* M
rationed luU.
. rigrM Uw .! newly
MMMWwI. " Mt
; ...., .. !In. The WAACi are offering food :
; lodging, uniforms, medical and
4 dental care plus $50 a month to : '
The Turning of the Whetl
women privates who enlist now ttt
, ; t I knew her when .he had one From the South, the army wants
ilrtM and bung it on the lilt aDO WAACS a month They are
; Eatti d. her social standing! given Jobi which free able-bodied
f now, :luperlor; to mine. men for fighting assignment J
I knew her when she uied to' Saturday Is the last day for
trudge, barefooted off to ichool motorists with more than five tires RAILROAD EQUIPMENT SERVICE MEN MOST
HIT siller's family rode in state, per car to turn in their extras. '
behind an onery mule.I Farmers who haven't been allowed ..
IS LIMITED BE ACCOMMODATE
I knew them when they had on* enough gai to run their :
eat.I I trucks may appeal to the county
room for cooking, sleeping,
Ing. agent or to the county war board. Lorot quonuoee of rouroad poMM '. Thk 7 ar thoutandt oi men la ml

And now they are the baahwtonei I School children who work on gtr equipment or* BOW employed bt P Jona cm away from bom Mea,wII
at speaking out in meetin'l farms have been made eligible to moving the nation'*armed forces. 'This, be granted leave*. Their need and'

I find life and a wagon *M buy bicycles. JeaN fewer can available for civilian ; those oi othec emraticd trcnrel bcrr flat
very much the same No rationing of used cars Is ... 1t coW4 ... IUPPILI col*accoaanodatfoD*. "*
. Scmetimei you're up Iplny"u'r. planned by OPA and such rumorsare t' :., t
dojvn and no one's much branded as false. .

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TRAVEL MAY BE HEAVIER THAN USUAL
I A Northern paper printed thU !.
' \ EXPERT ,one, allegedly from a trainee: .
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I"Miami Beach used to be a place Service) men and war workers en tear, the tire shortage and gaeolin !

! II for robbing bookie joints; now it rationing-all add up to heavier holiday trarel man usual by roil Batonlortunatelr -,
BARBERING is a place for throbbing rookie ISM quipmeni is) araUable to handle itOn
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." Joints." And there Is more than 'I some day M before, after and including Christmas and New
a modicum of truth in it
: HalrratStampno____.._ Pct Yean, tt mar pw* Impossible to accolDlDOdate..eryoDe. So unless)ye sr

,t !UI.,. 1St I Theodore Rooeevelt is credited I trip is essential better avoid the bolidar periecL Help make room joftboe* '

(PiaiaL l so. with ssylng that the only perfect i wh or* Mrviaa the nattoa and MUST travel then. I,

Shampoo (Medlealr*)._ ,Se I committee consisted of three per.Am .

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Facial_ fill to 11:M P. ..

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UukUrhe Trba I" Venetian Skating: Rink I .
ITM .. W. ink A to. MUal A SERVICE VITAL TO FLORIDA AND THE RATIOM


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GET ADJISTlDt of several materials we will not be able to

Years of e.njoyable good health
may be lost through failure te make'ALL of our regular mixtures. But we will -
learn of the bodily benefits obtaInable

With so very through many others Chiropractic.offering . do our best to supply as near as possible .what

evident* of what Chlropaactlo haa
done for them, should you h"riInte will need.
risk precious time and you

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plea League of the Community West a medical pettent I none Monday
Church attended the Young Peo. ':Dorothy Schefsky was re- Joe. White
ple'sFellowshlp District meeting at turned to her home in Miami on day to his home
In and Around Miami Monday night. I Tuesday.Mrs. ments. a"I I
Mrs. E. J. Rhodes has returned
; Stewart Springer and Infant Mrs. A. D.
from a visit with her daughter
son were returned to their from the
Mrs. M. D. Ingram, In Miami. Mrs. I
HomesteadAnnouncement Ingram will spend several days I
here
Mrs. Charlea Clinton la In Key! .
West this week. ANNOUNCEMENT
li mad Of the
birth of Melds Elaine eight-pound FLORIDA CITY JUKES atom: SMITH: '
eleven-ounce) daughter of Mr. and By Mrs. W. W. Serery
MIS. I. E. Gauzena, Jr., la Uni. HOSPITAL NEWS Ed. Stevenshas
verity Hospital, Miami, on HOT. A S. C. S. bake sale will be Capt and Mrs. Chae. A. Beck
'IS. Mrs. Gauzens, the former held it the post office today. are the parents .f a seven-pound
Min Carlotta Ames of Homestead, Cleo Wagner left Sunday for the I eleven-ounce daughter bora Dee.
and Baby Nelda Elaine were returned coast guard training camp. Mrs 9 at James Archer Smith Hospital.Capt. .
to their home, 4351 S. W. Wagner and Infant son returned Beck la stationed at the taken over
13th terrace, Miami, on Monday. home from the James Archer Homestead army air base. i
Harry Martin Ben Shuler and Smith Hospital last week. I Mrs. Maud E. Chandler who has
Lawrence Smith have returned Edward Tlsdale returned home been a surgical patient win be
from the Nassau defense project I Thussday from an extended visit taken today to the home of her I the
which 1* nearing completion with relatives In Tews and brother.ln-law and sister, Mr. I
Min Lillian Booth hu enrolled gia. aeor.1 and Mrs Sam J. Davis.
tot a three-month count in aircraft Mr. and Mrs. B E. Mrs. Stanley Holtoex df Key
mechanic engine repair at and Rosllee Kite of Miami and - i HIGHWAYTEXACO
Miami Technical High School. The Bobby Brandenburg of South I .
course U being conducted by Miami were Sunday guests of Mr.
Warner Bros of Bobbins Field, and Mrs. R. E. ScottMr. i rsrrrematCAB >
Oa. who will employ the st.- and Mrs. Jim Coker left Saturday I SERVICE STATIONat
deata upon graduation.Mrs. for a visit with friends in SERTIGEat
J. E. Gauzenj; returned Leeburg. I I
Monday from a three-month trip I Ronald Caves left Thursday for I
South Krtme Ave.. and 5th St.
during which she visited her son Philadelphia where he will visit reasonable rate
and dllloIihter..In-law, Tech. Sgt' friends for a week. i
and Mrs. Robert W. Qvuzens and, r. B. Leininger was a Tuesday PHONE 9108 or 3S9HCMXSTKAB
their Infant daughter, Ronnye guest Of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. an- YOUR RATRONAQE WILL BE
Lynn, In Cherry Point, N. C., a zolo of Little River.
sister in Syracuse, N. '1/'.. another, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Manohey of CAB BCEVTC
liter In Hopewell, Va, sad Marietta, O. are occupying the r. 0. mans saw, rre% APPRECIATED
friends in Charleston and Si. Au Brockett cottage on Eighth street.
gustine. The officers of the Young Peo
Miss Margaret Field, daughter -- ---
ef Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Field, has
signed up for the duration as
teletype operator In the signal
corps of the Homestead array air '

..Herman... Thomas returned Mon-' Another Big Week at the

day from Nassau where he has
been working the past six months.
George Kufeldt, who is a student '

*Seminary at Anderson Anderson Theological Ind., la ex.' ELEVENTH HOU"i'h] MISSIONTWO
pected home Dec. 19 to spend the
Christmas holidays with his parents
Mr. and Mrs. Henry; Ku-
Jeldt of Redland. BLOCKS EAST OF HOTEL REDLAND
Ray Downs 1* expected to return
today from Wrightsville, Ga., COR. EAST MOWRY ST. AND 2ND AVE., HOMESTEAD
where he was caned by the ser.I
ious Illness of his mother, whose
condition Is reported much Improved
now. SUNDAY, DEC. 13, 7:45-8:45 P. M.
Mrs. II:. L. Stream 1* staying at
the Patricia Hotel In Miami and
spending only one day a week at "THE UNPARDONABLE SIN"
her home on Silver Palm drive.
Miss Alta Webster, physical ed-

. College ucation, instructor la expected at Agnes home 'Mon.Scott s +1t There is one sin God can not forgive. Come and hear aboutit.

day to spend the Christmas holidays t
with her mother, Mrs. Julian .
H. Webster.
Mrs. T.. T. Bowen returned
Wednesday night after visiting for
two weeks with relatives In Cobb- TUESDAY, DEC. 15, 7: -8:45 P. M.
town Ga
Mrs. Frank Mcllwaln la recuperating "
"IS GOD PARTICULAR?
at her home from a sudden .' h
attack of illness suffered last
week.
"' Patricia Heinlein la in this week N. WALLACE Does it make any difference how we serve God Illustrated.
at her home In Redland. Explains Prepheiae
Orval Irwin returned home
Wednesday from Orlando where
>'. he- had been employed. Thursday, D<<. 17, 7:45-8t5 P.' M.
Miss Mettle Elsonau plan to
,. ,. leave Dee. 16 for Chicago to spend "Which is the church of God, or True Church?" Over 200 different
Christmas with relatives.

*.?' from Mrs. J. C. Morris is recuperating .. kinds. Let us pick out the right one specifically outlined in the Bible.
an Illness of several weeks.
*; Miss Alda Pearl Walker of Per-
tine spent Tuesday night with Friday, Dec 18, 7:45-8:45 P. M.,
Miss Helen Moye.

sons Mr.of and Hollywood Mrs Earl were Nelson resent and : "Under the Law or Under Grace-Which?" Made plain in court

visitors of Mrs. Nelson's parents, drama acted by members of congregation.Sunday
scene
Mr.: and Mrs. G. C. Riven. t.
Mrs. Frank McConnell was removed
Monday to Kendall hospital Dec. 20, 7U-8:45 P. II.
for treatment She la being

calls liven were blood being transfusions made* yesterday. and . "Hailstones Falling From Heaven." Fifty pounds in weight. Will

for. donors.S. . they strike Homestead? Illustrated by colored lantern slides.



w L. Kendrick..... DONT FORGET TO BRING YOUR BIBLE AND

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HOME FOLKS AND ARMY COOPERATETO MtSL W. K. BAAS ELECTED IVA CONNOR McKEE BECOMES BRIDE
I GARDEN CLUB RESIDENT
MEET BASE RECREATIONAL NEEDS Mr*. W. K. Haas wa elected OF CORP. BENNETT IN JACKSONVILLE

-- president of the South Dade Car.

Official authorization of a USO Commerce .building. den Club at a meetiny held Monday Mrs. Iva Connor McKee and: Mrs. Bennett I* a daughter 'of
unit here cannot be expected Dancing to the Juke box was the afternoon at the home' of Mn. Corp..Wm. J.. Bennett.... mar-I Mr. and Mrs Chas. Connor of
earlier than next week, Chairman I main entertainment feature Friday Joel J. Robinson. Mrs. Robinson ried at o'clock Wednesday after Homestead. She wa a member
C. J. Parman -of the executive evening, and cookies, cake was elected vice-president and noon, Nov., IS, la Jacksonville.The of the graduating class of 1934 of
committee said yesterday"but In and limeade were served by Mrs. Mrs. Ja. A. McCready wa reelected ceremony was performed by t[Homestead High School, and Is
the meantime home folk are co. i Frank Hausman and her refresh. secretary and treasurer. Judge McK. J. Davit, and was employed, at the Homestead Eleo-
operating with army personnel In Mont committee. - The next meeting will be held witnessed by relatives and close tried Shop.
a program to meet the service About one hundred girls from Monday Jan. 4, at the home of friend i I I Corp. Bennett, ton of Mr. and
_n'a recreational needa. the Miami and Redland areas attended Mrs. 0, W. Calkin with Mrs. The bride wore a rose and tan Mrs.. Wm. J. Bennett of Madison,
Enlisted men of the Homesteadarmy Tuesday evening's dance Calkin and Mr*. Herman Hein- sport suit with matching acces Iris I I Ia stationed with the army
air bate will be guests at for which music was furnished by' lein a* hostesses. sories. She was attended by her signal corps In Accomac; Va.
a party given by the Homestead 12-piece Miami orchestra. Soft aunt, Mrs. Jean Barber of Jack 1 I Corp. and Mrs, Bennett visited
Presbyterian Church from 8 to I drinks were sold by soldiers from LEGION PARTY SUNDAY sonvllle, who wore a black and I|Iln Madison, Tallahassee, Jackson.
10:30 o'clock Saturday the post, and there was no chargefor WILL BEGIN AT < O'CLOCK white ensemble with accessories I I i ivllle I Fort Pierce and Homestead
Mrs. L. P. Kendrick will havecharge ''
to match. their
on wedding trip.
Dec. 10 Mrs. A. F. service men.
general chairman. eVenln"j Both function were under the of a short musical program I
Open house Friday direction of C. J. Parman, Mn. at the annual Christmas TUBERCULOSIS ASSOCIATION SEALS
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of
the and
party Legion Legion
J. R. Brooks
a service men's dance Adrian Jacobs, Mrs.
were held In the Chamber of and Capt. Raymond Martin. Auxiliary members and their tam. TO BE SOLD BY JUNIOR CLUB GROUP.
Illes In Legion hall Sunday
The covered-dish dinner at 6
MRS. FREDERICK R. WEBER ELECTED o'clock will be followed by a visit' Tuberculosis Christmas seals Plan were made for the an. I
I PRESIDENT OF NEIGHBORHOOD CLUB I from Santa Claus. will be sold on the streets tomor. nual Christmas party to be held I
row by Mrs. John Barker Mrs.T. Monday, Dec. .21th Woman'
-- GRADE PUPILS TO GIVE J. Walker,. Mrs. Burley Dendy, Club building with Mrs. Olin I
Mrs. Frederick R. Weber was Mrs. Wright. Mn. Kathleen P. T. A. PROGRAM WEDNESDAYThe and Mrs Augustus Wynn, It was Wright, Mn. Delma Rhodes and
circled president and Mrs. W. O. Holmes and Mrs. Davis won prize 1 elementary school will present decided at the meeting of the Miss Barbara Done a* hostesses. I
Chase, secretary of the Neighbor. In playing games. the program at the regular :Junior Woman's Club Monday Mrs. Dendy was named chairmanof
hood Club at a meeting held at Present were: Mrs. Z, V. Park meeting of the Homestead P. T. A, night at the home of Mrs. Walker.In the annual New Year's dance
the home of Mrs W. E. Gaby. er, Mrs. W. W. Cunningham: Mrs.I at 3:30: Wednesday afternoon In the addition to sales cooperation -' and wa reappointed war service I
Plans were made for a Christ. Wright, Mrs Holmes, Mrs Gowdy I school auditorium. After the meet. the group voted to give $3 i I chairman.
ma party at the home of Mrs Mrs J. A. Rotherhnm, Mrs. Chase Ing refreshments will be served. I to the Dade County Tuberculosis'Association. 'Ginecr/ .bread and cord drinks
t H. Klopp on the evening of Mis. Klngman 1 Mrs. Weber, Mrs.l:I The executive committee A donation of $23 to were served.
Dw 39 Miii Klopp and Mrs Klopp, Mrs Davis, Mrs Cooperand meet at 2:30: p, m.orneEftS 11'111//the local Christmas Cheer fund inn next business meeting will
Oni,"thB. dowdy Mill be hostesse the hostess, Mrs. Gaby. also was authorized. ''be held Jan. 4 at the home of
,. and the guests will each INVITED Mrs. Wynn.

bring dime gift. MRS. TIBBITS TELLS BPWC. TO CLUB DANCE MEN WILL GIVE PROGRAM |}
ref? Clayton Sedgulck Cooperwill OF LOCAL RED CROSS WORK Officer at the Homestead army FOR MONDAY MUSIC CLUB '
entertain the club at Its I Mrs. B. A. Tibbiti, chairman of I air base are Invited by the Worn Men will present the program sum awr
January melting 'South Dade Red Cross chapter, tnt Club of Homestead to attendIts ot the annual men's night of the
Mr Ralph Klngman presented gave an Interesting talk on the Saturday night dance. Monday Music Club on the eve.
a devotional on "The Maiys of local work Monday night at the nlng of Dec 14 at the home of'
the New Testament", and Mrs. meeting of the Business and Pro. The University Club meeting Mrs. Frank Hausman on Kings i!
Ceo Wrijlrt read In Italian dialect fesslonal Women Club spon. next Tuesday evening at the homeof highway. I
Mrs. Cooper's story, "MyRosa" tor of the chapter. The meeting Mrs. B. M. Hindman js Mrs. Bevo Webb, Mrs Frank i I
was held at the home of Mrs for 7:30: Instead of B o'clock tor Webb, Mrs. Julian H. Webster, ,
Mrs. Sam J. Davis played a Green Rhes.I avoid a conflict with the Mrs. Hausman and Miss Bertha
violin solo accompanied by Mrs I The club voted to give Its cm. ball games scheduled for that eve.)Nill Hausman will be the hostess. I II:
Gaby, and Buttle Lou Myer gave ternary contribution to the Christ nlng. i ea. I
a piano Solo| mas Cheer fund.

After the business meeting, Mrs. j
CROUP onus RECIPES Roy Chandler and Mrs. Virgil'I "/ am a i j
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FOR CHRISTMAS MARKET Lyon won high and low prizes, Jack DIXIE DRUG Howard
A Bold-colored booklet of 87,respectively at keeno. Ice cream folk lob_ SOLDIER.of I II
favorite recipes la being offered and cookies were served. ;
fur Christmas sale by member of I Present were: Mrs. J. F. Ham hones It and Sill
the Outlook Circle of the Worn. mett, Mre. Herbert Katz, Mrs. W. the Wires" I
.n's Society of Christian Service,IK. Walton Mrs Lyon, Mrs. E. 'A.
Put on the market to raise I''Froscher, Mn. Tibbits, Mr* A. I "With the approaching holidays '.
money for the budget the recipes+R. Livingston, Mrs. Chandef,; Mrs - DE IUXE ASSORTMENT I am thinking more 1j
were culled from their friends Frank Morris and Mn. Rives ,
and more of the problems "
I CAMS
and Incorporated Into attractive CHRISTMAS .
I which confront us operators
booklets at the regular meet.
Ings of the circle. Dedicated to' The Calendar assorted (elder Cards with envelopes In getting Untie Sam't war
"Our Husbands Both Real and ; -- '"' srd'' Twenty and dIfereMK colorfut,Chriumny. Ag call through, to I decided *
Jmaglnaijr" the booklet was Dec. 12-Wc>man'l Club dancer ? 'ex'h to speak right out und ask

edited by Miss Antoinette .Moye Dec. 19- Legion.and .Auxlllanr ,.... bi1 salsa for the help I feel .sure everyone /?
and Indexed under 16 heads: Christmas party at 6 o'clock. 49cti It willing to give. ,
breads, cakes, candies, cookies Dec. 14-rMeeting of the Wom.. "You know that wo op. *
dressings, drinks, fillings Icings, an's Club of Homestead. + ,,,,, w Sradl ..Deans orators have a real lob to
Ices and Dec. 14-Meetitg Yf Monday
Ice
creams, one-dish
do for Undo Sam. .
luncheons, pies, puddings, .salads Music Club goon\ \.oFMrs. Frank Everydaywe I
dressings, meats and vegetables. Hausman.Dec. put through counties
Copies may be purchased from 15-M&tlng of Untversily call from growing Army I 14
Mrs. Ivan Moscr, counsellor, Mrs. Club at home of Mr*.'B. M. fti1I B.. Mi 31 Tooth Powder camp, humming war Industries .
David C. William. Mrs. Ceo. Es. I man at 7:30: p. m.' size and busy government i j
tell Miss Mary McNeil). Miss I Dec. loVMeetmg of.Homrrtelid ..4 nfvlw sfrt KUNZO FORe C a.nel.acalla that wo '(.!& ?
COTS
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Helen Moye and Miss Antoinette P. T. A. 7 It Tooth Brush diert of the wire*' know J
Moye. I Dec 18 -Rotary Christmas must go through-calls that t
party at T p. m. 'm Here is t wring you csn'l if- t 7 C re. speed our Nation on to J
STUDY BOOK COMPLETEDBY 1 Dec. 20-White Christina fierv. old to min.is" .
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Ice' it Homtsttad Victory
MISSIONARY CIRCLE Methodist
A" ring Nasser "Th I* December, war will i
The mission study book, "Our Church. ..
Times,'* was completed at the Dec. 21-Christmas dance"if, toke no holiday and Undo
meeting of .the Outlook Circle Junior Woman' CU Sam will be using tho telephone -
Tuesday evening at the home of Dec. 23-tJh1l1tmal tree 1 t pJfltrahiat more than over.Therefor .

Mlaa Mary McNeil) HomesAlAIethodlt'CJurch.Dec. *,wo operator are
present were the Rev. and Mrs. 27_ istmasticetsfals at asking you tq help ut by
,\ 0. Sewelt Palmer, Mrs. Ivan Homestead Methodist Church. not making holiday greeting
Uoaer, Mrs. McMurray, Mrs. Ceo. Dee. 28-Meeting of Homestead long distance call this
Retell Mrs. David C, Williams Art Club.at I p. m. .at home of year. Wo urge that no such
Mrs. Frank Webb. CARA NOMI5'Powdered
Mia Antoinette Moye Miss Helen
call be mode, especially on
Perfume
May Mist Alda Pearl Walker,
Christmas Eve, Christmas
and the hostess. Mist McNelll.. PDe. Haskinsvstay taeapeaei.e.
Leonard W. b.wnfsl, >T I oIltft Day or New Yeses Eva

Mrs. Earl Pacetti and ton and ... s d...-. t--_a _ofGLASSES I yet yeckate.7r.ra "I know I la asking a lot,

Mr. and Mrs. O. C Rivers ...... ..w. but Undo Sam surely steals

guests of Mr, and Mn. .1 .... .. .. """ II. ...... PlIo. I these long distance lines
Riven at a quail supper .. AIr c....... and when ho need. them
day evening. be.C""A" ter.. r eADRHNNfCOMBINATION; -It's right newt I know

t LMpOWDER, wo con count on your
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'ANN |: i YHE\VrnmTRicK' ___ cooperation"
fan to ..see say
Redtond Road between Avocado and Biscayne Drive Mwfcokmsi tat UK ki .$
4" orte and Theory i rev**** .!' A cheese b ores*..ea.b.at-a..i
Violin. -;i .;j> hone PSano-Accordin $tQQ !::! aMe 1meeo III TtmIIPI calm

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[MRS. ERNEST B. FRANCIS GIVEN SHOWER FOR''RENT I year field grown plants. Shipped f.

!II. _: BY GARDEN CLUB AT J. J. ROBINSON HOME freshly dug. GUARANTEED to
.. l -- ROOMS;and apartments. Reasonable reach you In planting condl. I Ilion. :
rates, hot water and show. Other bargain often.Free J 1'
!Fernr uniTWhlW ifrysanthemums white arch were used"as center?] -.p.w-.JioW, Florida City.: roses described In our free JGI4.. '
/lped to carry out the green and!I 'piece on the dining table which (dll. $8) er-Send now! Want loada of
color scheme at the bridal was laid with an exquisite Chinese cut flowers Then plant TYLER .1'
I. 1 '.shower given| Monday afternoon I cloth. After a fun shower at I FLORIDA CITY bungalow 'roses_send $1 NOW! TYTEX
tat Mrs. Ernest B. Francis at the which Mrs. for
Francis ROSE NURSERIES BOX
unwrapped rent. S32
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v; of :Mrs. Joel J. Roblnion Christmas Partly furnished if de.
torn, I amusing gifts from I lovely aired. Hot TYLER TEXAS.
after, the regular meeting of the I and white basket, she -i water, electric stove.
was used and Inquire ; : .
seeder"Enterprise.BEDROOMrs04 .
Dade Garden Club. Mri.
South rented with a silver utility LOST
I Francis, president of the club lithe : from the olub. i the
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4 former Mra. Annie R. Butler. Ice year.Sixway < or tw per.
Cake cream and white and i GOLD rimmed
) I as. p4* N.Krome ave. bifocal glasses. Re.
whosemarriage was an event ofWo r green candies In white mint cups '... . ward. Phone 2 or return to
. ( *. 14.TAe : were served. j 1 (nlJtf) Leader.Enterprlse. '
TO hostesses, Mri. Robinson Present besides those named SALE pr BENf;' 20
Jand Mra.. Jas. UeCready were a*. were: Mrs. W. K. Haas, Mra. O.j/ glade ;ajid...one. mile east acres of LOST-Non-hllhwlY gas ration/
,\f stated: in entertaining by Mn. W. Calkins, Mrs. Chas. Pratt Mrs I highway M;to acres south book No. F.74188. M. L Waters,
,k .'Grace McLellan, Smith mother of I R. J. Shepherd, Mrs. E. J. Nor.' F1 rlda'-QIt.; anaI. O. B. otl Box A-13J Leader.F nterprtse.
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Hit. Robinson, and Mrs. L. F. man, Mrs. E. J. Norman, Jr. Mis I er, Alpine\ Grove.Dairy. (
:England, Mrs. N. G. Ball had n ,LOST
Ralph O. Desmond, Mrs. David -"A" gasoline ration book
charge of I guest book In which B. Snow Mrs. Ben Young, Mrs' FOR No. F.10218G and F44705 non-
each signed her name to I bit of Virgil Lyon, Mrs. J. T. Rohrer,I! SALE I highway gasoline ration book.
advice to the bride. An amusing Mrs. H. M. Brown, Mrs. Herman Ole Finder please return to South
.
; reading was given! by Mrs. Jas.H. Heinlein, Mrs Hobart Brocket"l : INCH b, 4 inch Dade Publishing Co.. 14 N W.
Dobbin.A Mrs Elberta Bule. H. Ing pump. 1,000 Baml'l'Irrllat.// Third St.. Homestead.
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miniature bride and I ute. Direct
bridegroom ': Derbyshire Mrs. W. K. Walton
under a mall green and'SINGERS I and Miss Brewster. I Le Rol enlne.l.nBrOOk., Inc., WANTEDAT
I II Phone 78R. (dll-tf) I

CHURCH TRAIN I i I Mrs. F. N. Irwin was hostess to, dairy, married man to work:
FOR CHRISTMAS CANTATA 'Circle One when plans were made Caterpillar "IS" tractor. new and live on farm. Comfortable
;,; 'for mission I Brooks, Inc., Phone 78.R. house furnished. O. B
> Members of the Homestead study to be held at I'I'traka. Parker
Methodist choir and singers from the home of Mrs. Geo A West (dll-tf) Alpine Grove Dairy. (n13-20)
other churches in the area are from 2 till 5 o'clock I on Dec 11. i LIBERTY TRAILER '
practicing I Christmas cantata en.1 j! Present were:: Mrs. West, Mn floor lamps. tires. 803 N. W. 4th St.. ; good | WANTED" to buy-3 rowboats la
titled "The Light Eternal" to be W. B. good condition! $10 each. South
Myrlck Mrs Chesley Saup.ders stead. Home./| /
given' at the Homestead Methodist Mrs. Eugene Saunders, Mrs Dade Farms Inc. (n6)
Church Sunday evening, Dec. 27. Jennie Smith Mrs. S. T. Gorday, you own lots between TUTORING WANTED
.|A free-will offering will betaken Mrs. H. O. Hall, Mrs. W. B. Caves, Mowry St.. and N. W. 11th St.. school and grade school -subjects bleb
for the organ fund. Mrs. Ben Young and Miss Joseph.' and between Krome Ave., and 1 Mrs. H. J. Armstrong. A. B,
"oil Jn. W. B. Mills la directing Ine Pratt. ( Sixth Ave., and you can give Plummer drive and Country
the singers and Mrs. Julian Web. clear title with all tax paid
ster ana Mrs. J. a. Redd are play- would--- .m Ilk._. _-1_......_......_ .11._.".._"._ lura .__II I Club road.

Ing the organ and piano. Conservatory Sends I reasonable time. Should your 'r."T' . "" """,,,,,,,.
Teacher to HomesteadMiss lots be sold they will be sold
f MRS. T. D. PICHE DIRECTS I for cash Benjamin Warren ,I REPAIRS AND SITKJES
CIRCLE FOUR PROGRAM I Morris, North Krome Ave., P. O :for Typewriters, Adding Machine
.v Mrs. T. D. Pich had charge of Bertha Foster and Mrs I Box 466. (dll) and Cash Registers
, the program Dec!. 3 when Circle Hannah Asher of the Miami j Con. BOB F4LUGINT
I P, Four of the W. M. U. met at the servatory of Music take pleasure -10 for $100-Send only Care Leader-Enterprise.
'' tome of Mn. D. R. Snyder. In introducing to Homestead Mrs $1 for 10 EVERBLOOMING, 2- ,. ", uI
i \' "The.WorkUJnle. Which Christi Nina M. Young, popular teacher H"I,Ill leeks In
Came" was the subject of I de. of piano and voice at the con LEGAL NOTICES Ing 22,75 acres more or
' TOtlonal given by: Mrs. J. Lee servatory. the County of Dade State of
I I r
, Smith. Mrs. A. J. Van Marter To aid Homestead patrons who NOTICE OL APPLICATION Florida.
,i gave a Christens poem, Mrs. because of gas rationing can not I FOR TAX DEED The assessment of said property
Howard Johnson spoke on "Our go to Miami, Mrs. Young will I Chapter 17457-Acts of 1933 I I under the said certificate was In
Refuge and Strength": ; Mrs. Ernest come to Homestead on Monday of I I A-5562 the name of Louise Freeman.
Eby on "America Is Still Asleep'; each week. She may be reachedby NOTICEFj HEREBY GIVEN I I Unless said certificate shall be
i Mrs. S. H. Fitch on "Thy Word I telephoning Mrs C. P. Parmon I I : Modane Bennett, holder ofi I II redeemed according to law, the
Hid in My: Heart"; and Mrs. Catherine whose number la 260. and County Tax Certificate' |' property described therein will be
I
; Pickard on "The Story of Mrs. Young la I sold to the highest bidder at the
1 : a graduate of I 1, Issued the 5th day of July
n Belgian Court House door on the first Monday .
, Congo. the
'j Michigan Conservatory of I, D. 1937, has filed same in my '
JB Othera present were: Mrs. La. Music and she has had and has made application In the month of January,
'baa 1943 which Is the 4th day of Jim.
Bishop,
Jr. teachel'l'l
Mrs. Julia Polk, training courses at Decorative table I a tax deed to be Issued there-
I j Mrs. A. E. Paul, Mn. Gordon Ivey, University the American Con.I Said certificate embraces the uary 1943
' :Mrs T. C. Shackleford, Mra. A. servatory In Chicago. Her home I -pottery or described property in Dated this 3rd day of Drcem.
i lD.: Smith, Mrs. R. E. Edwards and Is at 249 N. E. 17th terrace, 141I County of Dade State of Flo?. t her, 1942.
1 I, Mrs. Ida Johnson. ami.TURNER'S j ,. to wit: i E. B. LEATHERMAN
i Clerk of Circuit Court,
NIZofSRVsofSE$4.a I Dade County, florid
of Plat Book J, Page 75 ,Circuit Court Seal
Section 1:71 Township 51 J By N. C. STERRETT D. C,
/ u East'contain' I (Dec. 4, 11, 18,.25, 1842)
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FUNERAL
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Sell Us Your OldJALOPIES

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JMHour Ambulance Service We scrap 'em for the war effort yo. gel eaah la year
pocket and the satisfactions ef contributing a slap al a
LADY ATTENDANT ,Jap er a knock at a,iaal.

( Phone 270 Homestead, FJa: WOLFE AUTO WRECKING CO.

Best quality r. o. BOX 7>.
Directly Wed ef Seminole Trading Past
mirrors :8. Krone Ave.-Florida City Line Homestead, Fla

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Venetian styles .

If you would permanently ous sizes. j PLATE GLASS QUICK REPLACEMENT

beautify your Home without |f> r0' shattered plate glass doors
extravagance have a talk |NoUrc/\I\LlL 1 and windows Is assured when
I -tne, are covered by one of our I ..
with us about panting/ plans, strong insurance policies. Full
and remodeling. indemnity is provided at lowest
possible premiums consistent
with a superior service that
SMITH- GRA : safeguards you from financial
loia. Rates and other Information
on request.EDWARD.

BROOKER LUMBER CO.; INC. Furniture : STILING

Lumber Hardware Sash, Doors Teal Cans Bid*. Atom f.; A-.rlras Amara"
, PHONY O IIOMESTEID. FLORIDA. I f ffi i ... c:.. lEALTOl
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f { { { {1i tlil111i1 J F. K: C. WILL DMIDMT Year: of War 'Turns.lloriisori Field:, -'J Few :Responses to Call

For Hose for War Use
Into Hard-Hitting 1\1lmber0f.; ATC ,
.
20 Years Ago TRAINAdditional There hal been small response .
West Palm Beach, DM. T-O responsibility: and more bane* un. to the Red Cross call for used
__ I year ago today Morrison Field,, der his Jurtsfllction. CoL Nell B. silk and nylon hose for war use,
.... ....... era..s w - train service for the I then vlldc"tIe command of the, Harding assumed command of the making of bags for smokeless
caw tnm flto-* *n....a..r.dsr..r as East Coast of Florida from Chi.I Third Air force Combat Command MorrUon Field Army Air Baae. I I I powder, It was revealed ,........
r era....:rr.aa. asses_as3 cap and the Mid-west bal been, at Tampa, vent oa a war Now Morrison Field I* a hard'day at the local McOrory store ,
seasSAd-_.Sh awesw she authorized by the office of defense footing. hitting active member of the Air I I which I* the receiving depot for f
transportation and will begin operation A few hour after the dramaticflash Transport Command .which Me the hose. ,I
_.........._.H..H.-m.. Dee. IT from Chicago and that Pearl Harbor had been that men, supplies and plane get .Only silk and nylon hose are
Dec. 19 from Miami, Ceo. L. Oliver attacked the program then In effect to their destinations in a hurry. being accepted for this purpose,
-"The Homestead Grower general passenger agent of doubled in lnten lty.: In the past year there have been at the dry goods counter of the ,
again have shipped the first car the Florida East Coast Railway, Many change have been mad many change In the personnel.:)tore, aid Mrs. B. A. TlbblU, .
of tomatoes sent out during the announces. at this bat during the past year. Many of the men and officer i chairman of the local Red Cross
season. . W. J. Booth wa the This will consist of coordinated A few week after the new year whoa face were familiar to the I chapter. Rayon hoe are not usable .
largest individual grower; S. H. one night out Pullman and coach began, Morrison Field became a people of the Palm Beaches have she emphasized.
,Fitch R. McClure and B. L. Big. trains-(he "Dixieland" operating part of the far flung Ferrying left for other part, Stories about ,
'ten having a" good share of the eve"I$lrd day via, the Chicago Command. New duties com. them come back: every so often, Council Donates $50
majority. ,, & Eastern Illinois Railroad or prised aiding In the speedy delivery usually it 1 II because they have To School Fund Drift
-"W. A. Frateur 1* dead and Dixie, rout, "The $\I ehuer" every of men, planes and materialto distinguished themselves in active
L. & Blocker aID the county jail third day via the Illinois Cen the battle fronts of the world. combat--a tribute to the training I A donation of $50 was voted
,as the result of argument at tral route, and "The Jacksonlsn" I Colonel Paul E. Burrows became they received at Morrison. (Homestead High School Band and
the Hotel McAllister. Miami, every third day via the Pennsylvania the new commanding officer of The_record of Morrison Field In Homestead High School Ath.
Thursday. . In the heat of anger Railroad. 11AH the post. He came to Morrison regard to fatal plane crashes is letlc Association when Mrs. W. B.
the latter drew a gun and shot three trains sre scheduled almost Since Coach
from the exacting post of liaison unsurpassed. the Inception Mills, band director and
Frazeur in the head and again as to leave Chicago,*, t| BS5 In the officer to the Royal Air Force of the Ease In peacetime, Rudolph Gossman appeared before -
he ML . Frateur was a pioneer morning and arrive in Jackson and after Pearl
Ferrying Command in Canada.A Harbor only one the council Monday nitfit.
resident . H* established the vile at 110: the next afternoon. great deal ha* been accomplished Fatal crash occurred . even with The Band Patrons' Association:
first telephone line In South Dade They are to be handled on :a at Morrison Field In the Increased activity. It J* a recordto and the Athletic Association are
known as the dead tree line a* It Florida East: Coast Railway train past year. New building mush be proud of. co-operating in a drive for fund,
used dead tree for pole . . that will leave Jacksonville dally roomed and big bombers took the An observer who saw the men and will share the proceeds.W. .
He* owned considerable local at 2:15: In the afternoon and arrive place of >llke
wasp pursuit plane one year ago can see the changeIn
. He leave wife DICKINSON Wf
property. a and W.
In Miami at 1015: in the
which
formerly darted over the the soldiers. Overnight with
five children Mrs. B. L. Northbound, the schedule AT HtJars o&O, AlA., HOME
evening Palm Beaches.In the attack on Pearl Harbor a new
ter Gertrude Frazeur.Ruth. .,."Robert Jenklnl'j calls tarfgVO a. m. departure July of this year the last spirit came over the men. It was : S. L Dickinson-win leave May
from Miami:i 6 p; m. arrival at a spirit of determination to do a attend the
Ala. to
-"A. L. Sterrett Is home for a major change at the Base took for Hurtaboro, .
few day from laekaonville.H. ." Facksonvlll and arrival in Chicago place when the Ferrying Command job well and quickly. That spirit funeral of hi* father, W. W. Dickinson
_"Mrs. C. Palmer and at MO: next evening In was Incorporated into the has grown In the pact year. who died there yesterday. .
Pullman
daughter arrived Thursday to Join addition to through and Air Transport Command. At that Morrison Field hat grown since Mrs. John Anderson, formerlyof
between
Chicago '
equipment
Mr. Palmer who has been here II Miami through coaches will be time Colonel Burrow was appointed Dee. 7, 1M1. With It, too, have Homestead was visiting Mr.
a month. Mr. Palmer ha been operated, between Chicago and Caribbean Wing commanding grown, the men. Not a* the field I and Mrs. Dickinson In Hurtsbor
staying with his sister, Mrs. J. A. Florida East Coast destination*. officer with additionalne has. physically, but larger In spirit1. at the time of U* death.would .

Smith." .. j
-"R. E. Edwards left Sundayfor
Crystal River to attend the 35 Approved for High

funeral of a brother who died in School Victory ,CorpsThe
Arizona last week. . ."
-"Clyde Gossman and Richard first group of U applicants
Roberts had a unique experience for the Homestead High School
. while huntlqg In a hammock Victory Corp was formally approved -
they arrived near a ground rattler. by Geo. N. Wakefield, di.rector .
. Mr. Rattler bit both the boys. and the teacher council on
They are In the Post Graduate Monday afternoon. On the coun- 41t
Hospital. cil are Miss Lois Behrens, Miss
"Attendance of Homestead., Allis Ferguson, R. J. Heater, Thos.
Florida City school reached EDO." Stark and Rudolph Gossman.
"Mrs. T. A. Collins entertained The Victory Corps Is a voluntary -
the Community Kensington organization to prepare students -
Club at her home Wednesday afternoon for wartime service.
and . Theladiea
evening
_ed. . Later, all the """ '" """,,, ",,,,,,,",,,,,,,",,,,,",,,,,,,",,,,,,,'

husbands arrived and Mr*. Col.' CHURCH NOTICES
line, assisted by Mrs. McCloud,, ""iitrrttrrrrirr.nntirinritii, , , ,,,inrttirttttrntttttuntu, , ,, ,, r ri

Mr*. Moaer and Mr*. Wyman, I CHURCH OF CHRIST
served scalloped oyster, hot rolls,. Dee. IS-Morning subject: "Or.
ke cream and coffee. Those pres.! den to the Churches"; evening
ent were: Mr. and Mrs Charles: subject: "Standing Fast.
McCloud Mr. and Mr*. Fred
Whitney: Mr*. L. Wyman. Mr. I HOMESTEAD: PRESBYTERIAN
and Mrs. Johnston, Mr. Phillips Dec. 13-Morning sermon topic:
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ray and "Work Out Your Own Salvation.'

Mia Eula Ray, Mr. and Mrs ;
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Howard Schaff, Mr John
Moaer,
NINA M. be
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Moaer, S. Lee Y.QU.NG
Minott, Dr. and Mrs. Fontaine, Teacher ef Vets and Plane (
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Mr. and Mr*. Albert Cave, Car- 'From'
rig Belle and Rove Cava, Mr*. E. Miami Qmaerralory ef Mask
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C. Loveland and Thomas A. CoL ftwme Ml Homestead Gifts
HIM Jr.? I muuunuwuuunnwmuu ....unnnnuununmQ w. .. ." :' ,.. .

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duration. Don't wait until you tln't" .' ,DIAMPNDS.ANQ: SILVERW ARE.",: ", .V ,


drive it any ion er. The damage maybe . WE HAVE SOMETHING TO SUIT ,* .


Irreparable-the broken part irre- "w 'J*YOUR TASTE 'AND YOUR PUCK-'" "

placeable. Bring it to 7>i a for expert ',' ; .

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