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 18, 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 )
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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: VID00573
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
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VOL. 31-NO. 52 Homestead Friday, December 25, 19-1 Price 5 Cent
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Announced as Remodeling 'Studied






I Bahama Plan Still Hinges SUPERVISING ARCHITECT WILL j'



On. Using Up (i. S. Labor I MAKE TRIP HERE TO DRAFT ,

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FILING NEEDS C. OF C. BUILDING CHANGESThe i


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fflWBIRD establishment of a USO THE WEATHEROfficial
unit In the Redland District weather report of the
Chamber of Commerce buildlnf Subtropical Experiment Station
has been officially approved and Homestead, Florida.
IS NEXT MOVEThe KM I Mln.' I Sale
I $8,00U.year( appropriation art Dec.,17. .| 2'1 I 40 [13'i.: 'll
up for the work here Ralph H. Dec. It J) 74 I 44 |30,29|
Gamer USO associate regional Dec. 19 I 179 i 491 i f
supervisor, stated Wednesday In Dec 20, I 112 1 411 I j
of available dome I
supply a conference with Mayor Tom Dec. 21 I I S6 |130.111I |
tic farm 'abor must be exhaust. Harris and C. J. Parman. chair. Dec:. 22 I 179 |68 130.141 t
ed before importation of Baham. man of the local USO executive I Dec. 23 'I 10 ': III 40.10'

ant will be certified, U the word committee. -
brought back from Washingtonby Supervising Architect Knock of "
the New PROTEST FILEDONLONGYIEWAS
York City USO office ii
Luther Chandler, who with
expected to arrive here within
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Congressman Pat if Cannon last the next week to make recom.mendatlons ..,
t Eea'ryt1esietf'fh:"gr"owert Cbt for needed alteration ,
to the building, laid Mr. Gamer
for adequate farm workers In the
who Inspected the structure SITE FOR DUMP
capitol r r Wednesday and made I sketch of
The next move la now defLaltely t.
It for submission to the architect.Upon' .
the farmer, who
UP to
ahould Immediately file application : arrival of Mr..Knock I Protest against the proposed
fulLtlme
with W R. Bird U. S. Em, manager will be ap. location fit a new city dump In
pointed to have
charge of the
ployment Service representative, work here Mr. Parman said yes- the Longview section west of
for all crop hands that he will terday. Homestead was filed Monday
need," Chandler aald. "The government .
night with the Homestead city
has guaranteed deliveryof I
suitable, competent agricultural WE BAN ON CRATES council by a committee from,that
domestic area, but action taken
labor In event : sourc. no was
es are unatee to supply growers .**".. NOT EFFECTIVE I by the'council. Members of the
needs. committee were W. A. J. Kopp
"No official action can be tak.
Edward Wm. Fox and Mia
Oskly e
en until growers' applicationsare TIIISSEASON
filed aa governmental policy Ruth Fox.
of protecting the Interest of domestic WISH YOU "mment.1 I The present dump located on
workers demands that There will be no East Campbell drive, an access
such labor be proved Insufficient required change this season In road to the Homestead air bane. ,
before aliens wilt be allowed to growers' packing and shipping has been condemned by the army
come In as Substitute methods, said Luther Chandler a* an unsightly health menace.
"Paul V. McNutt. new war after conference with officials Ordinance 271 was adopted,
manpower tear la convinced of ONE In Washington last week. j making, the superlntendnt of
Ilorida'i urgent labor need, but The recent proposal of the th municipal light and water
now we must put that need on War Production Board to tub.! plant, Gordon Ivey, electrical In.
record by applying for necessary stltut paper container for wood specter for the city. A. C. Den.
farm hands through official chan. en ones had caused deep concern uty former fire chief who la I
(Continued on Page Two) In farming and shipping circles licensed electrician had seryW
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FAIR CEILING AND ALL

II Military Drill Will Be Organized II

FOR POTATOES . At Students' Meeting on MondayA

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NOWASSURED : meeting to organize 1I1nth.1'APPEAL BLANKS
A- tenth eleventh and twelfth
Assurances that a fair and sat. ." pupil for military drill will beheld
factory ceiling price on potatoes at 9. a. m. Monday In Neva NOW AVAILABLE
will be set Immediately was won King Cooper School auditorium
by AT, Arthur Luther Chandler j b7 two Homestead R. O. T C.
end E. W. Lint South .floridafarm .. students. Harvey Hue, cadet wood ATSTEFFANTS
representatives.. In a"'eon.ference lieutenant, F, A-, and Her.
with Assistant Secretary MERRYCHRISTMAS bert Booth, cadet sergeant, Inf,I
week in Washington. These volunteer Instructors of war necessity certificates on
Congressmen Pat Cannon, Con. have been leuommeDcd fey OIL farm truck are now available at
tJtseman Tom West of Texas and AJaR 8. Rush senior R. O. T. C the county agent's office. It was
grower-representative of ell the .. instructor at the university, tocooperate announced yesterday fcy Chas. H.
other peat potato growing state '; with the state depart SteffanL
participated la the conference. ment of education IB teaching These appeal blank must be
Plan for setting ceiling price student the rudiment of mill. approved by t'* county farm
flu Florida winter vegetable tars, drill. truck tranJportUIon commltttee
have definitely been abandoned, Two hours dally drill I* planned before going to tile office of dad
Chandler said In an Interview for Monday Tuesday Wednesday tense transportation for adjustment
Tuesday*and there will be no Thursday and Saturday of next he said.
price limit act on perishable Flor.Ua weeksilthough the Saturday MD It will also be necessary for
produce. He also made the may be eliminated. The time for persons to have their certificate:
prediction that BO celling would drilling will be decided at .... ., war necessity before they can
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BAHAMA PLAN : James was authorized.It Archer Smith. Hospital site accumulate of secondhand immediately wooden, a stockpile box.. for will new help wooden also to ease container the strain and I them.to second-hand grower- rather container than dealers destroy or II

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was decided to Increase Us.billty es, crates, basket, barrel, and on manpower and. transportation
for In shipping their during the season.Merchant '
hamper us*
(Continued From Pig One) and property damage la.suranc 1943 crop This will help relieve are asked to ell
DelL Then should domestic labor I to $10,000 and $20,000 at an expected heavy demand] their empty container either to
prove Insufficient, and ettf then, a U% Increase In the rate over
the way will be open Immediately .I standard. policies.' .
to obtain suitable, compcten [EIINGL.;

agricultural worker. : DRILL .- -. ... - _.
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Chandler pointed out n.lther'Mellican . . .- .. ,
Mean workerg ; (Continued''From Page One) '
classified nor Puerto at sultablifor da,'; meeting, 'Jo' which all elL.: ' : .,: ;. '
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thlf (ectlon, and this fact ha Bible student arc Invited: ; -: ..2 >. : .+ : ; : :
been called to the attention ot Drill schedules will include .- ,. "
the government In making the I military courtesy; positions,' fac.Ings $ .
request for Importation of Ba. step and marchings, aquad " 10 AlUTji ,JI."J .,,;,,
haman negroes for the comlni drilLplatoon drill man com.
harvest of South Florida' winter I mends and physical drill. Each / .J// ILJ btlNta YI1M ass
cropi. student will be given the oppor. '

Congressman Chandler warm'y Cannon for commended his vlg.oroua squad tunlty to and take platoons.command of both 0.. Ciits.l.Kasy a.d(,Very :'NYI I aid
student of the
Redland school
effort to leek a solution ol '
the Florida farm labor ahortage. eligible grades are welcome to ?L IM Ceuf Ijttt

Chandler"For almost, "Pat a solid Cannon week let," said ev.I participate teacher may, and train,,eglonnalres as Instructors and ttufktitt : U 1 WI E .

full If classes are not too large, Ca.
erythlng else go and devoted
''-det Lt. Rue said I for .
time to presenting the row.ra'
I The free drill I* designed to .
official Washington.
case to '
I develop leadership ability and Is CHRISTRIASOrd
considered excellent preliminary tae:
PROTEST DUMP training for student serving with l .
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the Victory corps or going Into NEW YtAR
(Continued From Page One) I the armed sen Ices. The train.I
(Continued From Page One) Ing plan hat been Indorsed by
In this capacity until his rei I,. John O Salley Post of the Amer.I EDWARDS
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hat ion 'lean Legion, Principal B. M R.
DomJnlck Masslnl appeared to Hindman and Ceo N. Wakeficld. I II Turner Funeral Home City Clerk .
protest a tax assessment on Lot I Victory corps director
14 Hall Addition, on which UM -.-- HOMESTEAD FLORIDA CITY OF HOMESTEAD '
building had been condemned by CRATESContinued .. -
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ment was lowered to cover the
lot inly C M. Redd was given ( From Page One)
here aa'such a change, proposed
: 1)1 mil for a new roof on abu
''iinx nu Lot 6, Brooker's Ad.I for the purpose of saving wire I. II
dition and nulls, would cause serious :
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It was voted to offer at public .
auction Lots 15 and 18, Beidler geared to ship products In wood.en :.. : ," ",
addition each lot to be sold for I crates .
not less than $55, Payment of Growers lire urged by WPB to .
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Designs Give I
ness. Tonight at 7JO in the Home the classes of the Sunday school
Stained Glass EffectThe Five years ago Mr. sod Mr*.
I Quilliam came here from New. stead Church of God, a Christmas : Presentation of fruit candy and .

Christmas them In stained castle, Del, and made their home cantata will be presented by the nut from the Christmas tree will

glass designs' makes unusual and,for three years on Bauer drive. young people'and a program of follow the program.
Mrs Qul'Uam was a member of
effective window decorations In e'n
I Ad Astra Chapter of the O. E. S. as
the front windows of the south' Besides her husband, she leaves

part of the Losner building three brothers Thomas and Harry r

and the second story front windows .1 Hewlett of Newcastle and James

of the Hausman. buildingon Hewlett of Philadelphia Fora I
N. Krome ave. I

The decorations are a project Musical Events Slated .|
undertaken by a Homestead Art For Methodist Church HAPPY! CHRISTmAS RWe
Club committee headed by Mn I ST1A
Wm. Gee art teacher of the I
Musical slated #
programs are ]
Homestead schools. think of
I for both Sunday and Monday 11 con no
Most of the work in the Low GREETINGSand
evenings at Homestead Methodist more fitting expressionto
ner wlndow.lVaa/ done by pupilsof t
Church, it was announced
Homestead High School work soy what we wont to I
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yesterday by the Rev. O. Sewell
ing One under center Mrs window Gee's supervision I Pa'mer, pastor. j I soy, thanMERRY- SINCERE GOOD
shows the
I At 8 o'clock Sunday eveningthe
wise men ftfJowlng the star and choir wiz present a Christ CHRISTMAS I III' WISHESFor
the other shows the Christ Childin I Iit's
mas cantata, "The Light Eternal"
the manger Centered in each and at the same time Tuesday It's a time worn phrase, your Health and

of the outer windows Is an an. I evening the senior chorus of 24 II' true, but somehow Happiness at Christmastime
gel clDioutted a'
[ midnight
against '
voices from the Methodist Chil
sky All four scenes are bordered dren's Home In Enterprise will to our way of thinking, and for the New

with a conventional design work- 'bring a musical program. these two words stand Year.
ed out in bright colors and I
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toppped with email cherubim, I
In the Haustnan windows Mb Winter Visitor pies occasion.
Bertha N1U Hausman has placed In Pennsylvania Home Alice'sBeauty

four representing italned-glsis a famed window bambino designs Harry Bowman;;; ;;: S(,' winter.vis.

by Andrea della Robbia These ''I tier here for. a number of years, Salon
were worked out by pupils of the
.;Redland High School under,theUperVUIon I his home In Germantown, Pa. .
Mr. Bowman his daughter .'
of Miss Mary D. Net. and W. E. Bird fret.
ties-.librarian'of.the,school Both Miss Elsie Bowman, had ,been
M....- Nettles and ,Miss, Hausmin frequent guests 'at the I home. of .h
are member of the art club com.1mittee Mr and Mn.'A. O'Raab:
.. ..'Beside his daughter- ,he leave- WANT ADS PAr

one- son-- _.. .... a
Funeral Services.Read
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Tuesday December' .22, In. the

chapel 0(' the Turner;: Funeral .. ..1, ',. : .. ' ..... '.tl'
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JBurlat:jra .Jo';Palm Cemetery 1" 'f :.
Naranja .with'O. E. S. services at ".- !G.
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her home at 8713 S. W. FourthCORDIAL

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BEST WISHES ". .. :;. may Health and Happiness be with! you throughout indI}


for the New Year. .... coming year.

?r Every one in our organization joins !in this Christina.
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free* .' . friendships esteem '.

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sea,known around the world as ..sees ......... uable amalgam In making alloy (3 million in war service. That e
HOMESTEAD LEADERAND the fighting song of fighting men CURRENTCOMMENT metals for electrical use and asa probably: includes men, women,
has offlclaly been changed to wear.rf slatant children and dog It was only I
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ENTERPRISEr honor the corps' gallant airmen I a until about 1B3J! that there were j|

u tell I An official order from Lt. Gen The war department ,announce that many people in the United ,J
Thomas Holcomb commandant of, By AGNEW WELSH that next year the U. S. will haw States ,
I M FnbILMe N. a.uth FrM been m :" I-=-rt.. the Marine Corps, formally alters 1 ..1..,
the fourth line of the song's first I Eiltm't Hotel ...._WOW_......
stanza to "In the air ,on land and 0..w usI... ... ..1.tarthat
y. ,..LEN......,"ItCHF.1t&ad "torMARJORIR on sea," Instead of "On land as I' with be his to.agreement....... A..or...M___._..).. IfI
on the sea." _tloM to Anew WUk. StS M B.
LEACW Aacwn Path IIIwI. Mtoml. fte.
Managing EditorMARY The stanza now reads: :
rF.Unt DICKINSON "From the haft: of Montezuma I Once we had but one shade of
Mews and 11.6.v. To the shores of Tripoli I writing Ink-black; then red came

We fight our country's battles In, blue became quite and
common)
anD I In the air, on land and sea.* MH 1
iUkSCItlPTlOM an occasional Now a makerof
green.
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Ice Dub Coo t SIAS fluid advertises fly ARMWS'K
writing de.
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(M W as !> CowHrM.rck -r. -
The Manger Song frees ol shade in black alone, besides -
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It...... aa wand Nees ..a .Otte Hark baby hark. 17 popular colors.
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tln..rt al. Florid*, mifar IM Mt si To the bells In the dark, Time was when aU the use to
Hank I, 1171 Here are the three that are led 4
which silver was put was for coinage I Come bearing rich treasures
the star
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Their ChristmasBy MeJchlor Balthazar and Caspar and swart found that It Is a most val- Iit of Health, Happiness and 1

Annie llaybew ntspatrlckHe Great are the gifts In the handsof .j . "0 Prosperity for you and a New.
turban
the wise . comes, "
may be up In Iceland or on Mother has only a kiss. for bringing you myrrh and Arabian Seajog Year of real good fortune.
the deserts hot. your gum. S i.
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Or lofty. ringed mountain* the eyes! Wind where he passes 1s delicate

rolling sea nil lot. Croon, baby, croon swe t. . I
A day, a week, a month, a year- Like a dove at the noon. Mother has only a kiss for ;your 01.11. !
a whole wide world apart. Melchior with beard reaching feet quel'-.1.4to . . : .
One thing will surely reach him- down to the knees I
the message from your heart. Pours you the gold from the hills Dream, baby dream,
If cables, cards and pockaeei/must and the seas, For the star Is .(Ieam.I .
be a little late I Balthazar kneels by the manger I
Brings you a gUt for a king to I
Hope twill be you, Instead of him, command. . I and sings
.lurnlig with frankincense I SID L. KENDRICK 1
who draws the lonely watt Mother has only a kiss for your rings
over rlns.They .
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Marines' Song have brought treasure from JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
Seep: baby, sleep I mountain and mart. l! }
The Marines' hymn, song of For the shadows are deep Itthcr has nothing, to give but ,
Amerl! a'o battling: soldiers of the Caspar with pearls on his reel her heart! I .
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Year, may you be blessed .
rHA.'i1CS FOR EVERYTHING
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All Good We are looking forwardto

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glorious, happy Christmas.
Ghru&tmaA AW I/eat
Yours is s> friendship we

value highly and' we look-

BEE forward toe pleasant continu.,

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I COUNCILMEN T. Jf. Harris, MayerJL CoUNCILMEN

t. GRANTHAM SEED STORE W. E. Bird. BaalteiUm a W,... ...... *f CearilX. T. E. Klrbr, Finance
IL Broker. Jr. B. Edwards Clerk B. W. Morris Parks
HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA Fire and Streets Frank a It...
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I Charles Lee Burgreen, a Junior .| A Christmas party *ponsore5 a||.
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e see. arrived Saturday to vlalt> By Mn. W. W. Severy given at tile home of Mr. be.Mn .
In and Jiround M lib parents. Dr. and Mrs. A. L.I t. Green Wednesday I
Burgreen. I I-d: Mrs. R Payne 1't Hint. Sandwiches! fruit frl
I "; 'I week for northern Alabama. (Continued on Page Six) *..
Mn. Sam Clark and son, Tom.1 11JIII
Homestead my, are spending the holiday
/with Mr. Clark who I* employedIn

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Billy Perkins ton of Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. Perkins is
ing from a week' .recuper.t.1

! '( Mn. Cliff Kartrude To
I Mont.. the former Miss Annette I III WISH YOU
Campbell arrived Monday to vis.
It her parent, Mr. and Mn. A.I
H J. Campbell. Another daughter of
[' Mr. and Mrs. Campbell, Mr Pat I PEACE, JOY AND
I' Boatwright of Miami. and her
children Patty and Dixie Lee, aLso
are visiting here. I HAPPINESS FOR :
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holidays at their home on Farm.1
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I THE NEW YEAR.
.: : Henry Dixon, chemistry stuJ
, dent at Princeton University has
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Virginia of Coconut Grove visited
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Amid the fine fellowship of Christmastime If we can he of service to you in the ."

when 'the atmosphere of good future, please call on us, as we deem it

feeling toward everyone predominates, a pleasure, to serve the people of this .:
Wit wcciMLT appreciate our we recall many instances of your proven community in any way we can. We Are
friendly associations'during the friendships proud to be associated with the kind of 1 1It

past season, and with more pleasure i iA in remembrance of these courtesies people who make their homes here and'

than we can say we wish you that we take this meant of saying to look forward to spending many many
one and all, "MERRY CHRISTMAS more happy years with you whom we ire
all the Happiness and Prosperitythat
AND HAPPY Nf VE.l R." proud to call our friends.
Christmas and the New Year

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INANIJ FUND) .f' t)e.'CouinuAity Church: was sat wchUdrea,, Glenn;'and Helen,
held Tuesday evening. were, Sunday dinner gut of
Years --, Mr. and Mrs. J. :L. Arnold of
0 Ago HOMESTEAD
Mr*. Selma Mattson who -has I Redland who 'moVed last week
been employed In Miami arrived from Hobe.Sound Fla. ..
"tn. .--. MM M* Mu (Continued from Pig rIve| ) Monday to visit Mr. and Mr*. J. -
.c=.=-..::-...: :--.a..r to candy were icrved Present be. S. Becker and Mr. and Mn. Rudolph J. c. ,Cohefnour; was a Sunday I :
= sides Mr. and Mrs' Green were: Mattson guest of Mr. and Mn Harold
Mrs Edith Tamblyn, Mrs. Naomi
Dano, Misses, Bevery: Geneviwe
and Beatrice Cine, Mill Eliza.:
beth Cook Miss Fay Mills, Min 0V>
Jeredian Tamblyn, Charles Mor.! 1 dow dod All
fW"Ad Astra Chapter, Order of ton and D. E. Baldwin.
1 Eastern Star Installed: An.I I 'kC.J.J
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, 11 Carter, worthy matron, Pearl Grady Mill returned home',
, vII, associate matron, Robbieirton Thursday from the Kendall ho*. Y ,>
treasurer, Pearl Skill, pltal where he had been treated
,aretary, Annie Brooker, con. for several montha ,
, ictress, Alberta Fogel, associate
Siductress, Onle Cauley, mar. and Mn John Shaw and
"U, Callle Flowen, chaplain, at of Gainesville wlio are I
!ha Strickland, organist, Mar expected Sunday will occupy the
(ibot! Ada: Pauline Moody, Ruth, Brockett cottage on Eighth it al.O
prence Rives, Esther, Flora
Ifclen Martha; Mattl Bradley,
Emery Brandenburg of Miami
eta, Fannie Gault, warder, A. !
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who li stationed
and Dave Acree :
dFogle, sentinel .
at Opa-Locka visited Mr. and'Mra. !' We thank you for
Charles Rutker and Miss J. H. Booker and Mr. and
Halle of Perrine were mar. Mn R. E. Scott Sunday Bobby your many favors
at the home of the grooms Brandenburg visited Mr. and Mr*. during the post year
her: Mn A. J. McCaughey" R. E, Scott this week. I and extend our best
{ -"Mr. and Mrs John Booth
id; little ton. Herbert spent Mrt W J. Brook spent Tuet.. wishes for a Merry
Jrlstmas In the home of Mr. and day night with her daughter. Mr*.I Christmas and a
f. Sam Brundage In Miami." Roxie Newcomer of Miami. '
New Year.
I' Happy
.-"Mr. and Mri Richard Sulll.
rejoicing over the arrl. Mr. and Mri K. D. Sabin of
E tare a little girl, born Friday Toledo will arrive this week to
visit for a few days with F B. HectorSupply
4-'The Willing Worker, gave Leinlnger,
'shower . in honor of the Co. I
+>< twlni About 10 were presv F. B. Lelnlnger will be a Christ.,
and showered many lovely ma guest of Mr. and Mn I. HOMESTEAD, FLA.
t* on the youngsten . ." Giczola of Little River. J.//
-"MI.* Dorothy Cameron and
bert Cameron of New York arejected Mri F Howell has been 111
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* toufduMtth' hi*'>j> t' *' * Mrs. fc rd..Hardy/ j 1 I Ifpo .boarding Urn, .train :;Mr. No day U Jest good friends, data .day*.* ,
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f and Mrs. Newlywed tipped the Husband: 'Humph-lh y always
Our' Paul Rue has been transferred porter generously to keep heir Always have, one way or another,"-!*. J
from Msrwell Field,' 'Ala., to marriage a secret. DM
Men Service Kessler Field Miss, when he Is The next morning, noticing the Wife "I aee by the paper that READ THE SVANTADSI
attending a school which will tit' many knowing look cast iri their
1It: . * *''ilf.7* .him to be a radio operator. direction, the angry groom called a
. the porter to task for his. 'treach.eery. .
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Pvt. Albert Reitz, U. S. Marine, Tommy Whitehead who U aU. .
hi been transferred overseas, according tioned at Athens, Ga, arrived "Lit( sakes, boss said U*
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ioVord received by his Saturday to spend thee holidays porter, "When dey all asked me
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.
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mother Mrs. S*:mi Reitz of this
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city. . 40 NINA M. YOUNG I
REV. TYLER TO TALK Teacher ., Vales and riaswFren thV<
Lt Clement Russell of the U I
S. army air forces will return to. The Rev. E. Z Tyler, district Miami Conservatory at Mule I II na
morrow to hi. station at Dale Ma.I superintendent, wM: preach at Phone S6I Homesteadmncunu.n.uunu. .S Duu
bry Field after a teiuday furloughat (45: Sunday morning at Prince. ' , , ,,,."..".,,,,,"u, ""'"'''''''',.""" colStA KD
the home of his parent, Mr., ton Methodist Church sec
and Mn/W. H. Russell i ,",,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 'I 019 size c You GU'D Gtl6ET 10U i iREp dueoi
. I CARD OF THANKS YF AIL
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Cleo Warier of the coast guard I take this method of thanking I II
spent Sunday at his home here. I our many friends for their kind II a Aip1 iss Nil
e I ness assistance, expressions of 1.T Ts
Pvt..June. Hardy of the New sympathy and beautiful floral offering I u.,. FUVil
Orleans army air base arrived on !. Male .. "' r.tI" ,
,Monday to spend a ten-day fur.' A. C. EASTON. I M... betA'.una I ,..,r ElD.
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a wonderful Christmas and all 1: with the hope that you may enjoy a holiday

Happiness in the New Year. i season of jay and contentment, and a New Year


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For your ,splendid patronage during r

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HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES I IJl -

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PIE ( RUST POINTERS and crumbly provorthras are to be
I' 'arolded. Chill pastry before roll-
I .y BETTY BARCLAY lag. .

( Tier are: bat two kinds af pie I When a girt marries, let bar I
closed doer I serve ae pie other this a perfect:
Japey the bedroom goad pit and w... flood
and locked it. Alone al last Shethrew Dt FOR THE FESTIVE SEASON plan have a nat as light M a pie And let 16 often be apple.
for
back .bead Suck row are good Issuance
tier and heaved
too
j la spite f war priorities shortage Powder pat tender as a scaee* akead.CSS .
a deep sign. Then she peeked alt, aad nutrition problems housewives. continue irrs '...... Say aa a Area saow- happy year
bf the corner of her at the !
eye to grace thair whine with attractive dasierta. tall Tken rewarg to
hearty praisesfraa
mirror to see whether she really I They realise- dessert that /n pleasing M the
did look tike Hedy LaUarr. Quite j ere. kealtkfol and a rtUoU. seta aff a meal i a Dually last try tile
lot. ah* decided. I recipe sad see what I axe*!
ae Seeing else eaa-and they are caBataatly
ADd now to 11_.*. She drew < searching for aoaietklag BeveL I Fishy Plato Paetry r
forth from the bottom of "her' I
bureau drawer B* sheet of pink top i j l Save you ever thought ef varying the to,. I i 1% saps titer IIftet with '% tea11
wntIa -paper and the aavelepa t" tags ea your favorite desert ae entices kolW aroma ask
that she had been saving for ClaW( dare arrtr. and belMay dtehee are la ereertPerhaps CQ Abortaftnit
day. She sat down at the table pee lean toward reaaevcastarea aaaccMat table ooas sold YaW
by the window and !dipped fttol.I' at Ike ekiMrea ee BMraly beeaaae Now tile asset m making food'
pea into the of greaa toki you all Into tow beeUtfst datotiea aad appreciate Inky: eraat Ilea la three tkiacs:
battle t bar saner tile tact that ncht. cold deaMitaMm great eafll aaertealat thoroughly;
ROM was meal M ba Meal after a keary koaaay awalaa '.sand. ao -.Ia\aa; third' feet
r. a pig about, 1 weB aa far a- Beat lslws her toacksna sseegb eel water to ssmbmeIsrredteat. .
g She wrote, wtta) r dinner. e ..
t. beautiful ara-i' Make year usual lass art Mcae either CM: sold __tag bale Bear
"-1- "Dear! tabieos er teases pewe or. Vary year i. ocia ; ..aa a paaary aieMar er two
'N""A..i. yes wtok. Then add Hiitats to M tkv halves aatll shortening la to
smdtld;
. ecomiaL Pieces about w Dim eC e.an peaa
tier..... back (+ rot Manoweaa. hair B paiek May to .get Mew tar a BtO water kW j ..arra
eat au. I to repreeeat a tact ea yaw efcaeatota raaaeteastard. water pleas the BUM to be
beat
of the pupil m penal;I 1. THaagalar...... af the Pi'n'kteatrs Mes4e4 with tke for mixture aatU
unship clam ke eye*, aoee gad tosatk.Wbea ... alt af It leer holds tocecker.-Water
"Here are my stamps raw > TkukarlT. arrive f ar Lines meat be added slowly tntttftltj a -----
Bond. 111.73. I started last favored desert may ae catered with a star crop at a am, for a sticky dough s W..., D.oIo. a.w w.dr tar, of,
Christmas when I got $3.00. Not'Counting :[ abated by eve keraei eg uses eaady with a ...... a '-Ia..... Te simi
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SO cents have earned
,aMta la tka aJcdla a smeak muse bath edca7 .,s.aDoe" Emit w
all the rest, working one or more I
on.c- ease for ebeeefoe laver tipped
days a week atsore. a local grocery I
with tad sad trees cherries, repreeaatiaggi'em :
and I'm proud to
quit say |
leave sad red belly berries MewTWa
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I worked bard to get it-
to Meal for maple Baver with
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window
Jamey stared out of the
whipped dock and laagers while
areaai ;
at Peterson's house and beyondat I
the kids TaJeattos1 Day bring raspberry Savoring
the where
big yard

her were playing elegantly football.in air.She lI.ld'' ceatered with a pond with white a little heart red af hart whipped cat from Bream a Heres/ Hoping You

-ln looking out the maraschino cherry.
window. see a peaceful little Other variation may be worked bet for
town, ll wonder cow the world Easter.: Forth of July or nay koOdar. ktrtk- .
caD be in such a turmoil aDd the day er special _to Your family and yeargveeta
people of this world can have such will appreciate tae slight effort aece. Alwayslave/
hate for their fellow men. So I'm nary to place sock aoveltles before them and a
proud to send these stamps be- roe will lad that ere appeal la aa Important I
Cause I know I'm helping to make item la the preparation of deeeert

the whole world peaceful" again few Favorite Milk Dessert No MenmtCvstard
like our little town. r
She signed her name with an ,' (to Any .f S Dtffereat Flavera)
Important flourish not forgetting Tea tied;*1 package aay Savor. ceased powder; 1 pint ..a.aot Merry Christmas
a conspicuous "Miss" in front of i canned.
the "Janey." After she had Set eat 4 or I dieeirt glaisis. warm Bilk slowly stirring eon
sealed the letter she went on staring stantly. Teat a drop aa the told af wrist treqaeatly. When COX.
out of the window. It really rORTABLT WARN nil P.) SOl hot remove at eace from heat Stir i
was awfully peaceful. Overheadshe contents ef package late milt briskly; Saul dleeolTed-aet ever see !
heard a plan go humming by Blaata I'ov.t eace. while still B., ld. Sato individual dessert glasses .
through the sunny afternoon air. De not move until Ins-abeat 11 minutes Chill Serve ta same glasses.
Then the voice of her best Toppings are added to ckllled reaaet-castarda just before aervlng.Important .
friend. Betty from tAt
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side-'Jana'\.caIj t Paints to lIen --"
an instant
Janey was ea her feet and tearing art lap...... aaaaena s* Ik* Mmperatar of the an Is I
downstairs and out She was Just mkewana Bet aoClUaaeteastard
not Medy LaMarr nor a deep philosopher ara nays peered tote Individual serving dlakeaKETKN this season 1+
any more, bat exactly paead from a large Met
twelve years old. j jfel BEST. teasel laelsrd are well ........ of Peace and

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en...... sad eafldrea alike cannot fail to try
...... all help tabreadwto-S
ef the family to badge ford I TO .to express at least
War Deeds, Let's an Jets a pay Just to wish you happirwsi and
ran savings aad "... thai In some measure
lt% by New IRA r'*.- oR that brings you cheer
tl.s.rs s..r.,Vassar : GKEHyou. 01'I I our appreciation "
Christmas Day and every ..
Oa the Search :' the to those whom we
of the coming year. May I
Officer: "What's the big idea? . have served the We
during
What are you men doing climbing blessings of a Merry Christmas past year. sincerely

trees and crawling through the follow you wherever you go hope you will enjoy the very best Christmas ever

bushes Private" "Welt, sir', we tamou-|' throughout e Happy New Year. I So here's wishing you all the joys of Christmasand

fisted the gun before lunch and I
DOW we cant find ,,"-The Bee. II I a New Year of true happiness. May the coming -

m_ !II I I year reword you with the fullest amount of

DAVIS SI\CLAm SERVICE STATIONJOHN
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No FOOJIN ** In tiWANTZS i3 a.'HtyAHome the CUSSlFlfO] ADS


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I extravagance-have ajiGlk

May old Santo remember you wen with a*.about painting >plans>

with the' things you so greatly Q i 'iII0IALK and remodeling.

deserve and may the New Year

hold untold happiness for each of mJ

you. Is 'our sincere wish to .all,,

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,BRIDAL SHOWER FOR MISS WILLIAMS 'I MRS. BENDY CHAIRMAN -teachers, Mrs. Wm. Gee and Mrs. and Mrs. Suber.. {. "
I OF NEW YEAR DANCE J. R. Rutland and the room I Hot chocolate and cookies were 0"1 i
IS SOCIAL EVENT OF CHRISTMAS WEEKMiss
,. Mrs. Burley Dendy will be mothers Mrs. Earl Byrd Mn.1 served also. and games were
-- I Felix Bullard, Mrs Bird played
chairman of the seventh annual
: Eleanor Williams honed Mrs. George Ran.
Mary were:
New Year's dance of the Junior ..
Mrs. Lloyd Field Mrs. Geo.
bride-elect of E. J. Graham, was son Woman's Club of Homestead
Estill, Mrs. Dan Williams
miscellaneous ahower by which will be given Thursday
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Skill, Mrs. J. A. Mra.1 I I
Mrs. David C. Williams and Mil.IMra.IFr.nk H. L. Brown, Mrs. . Dec. II, In the Chamber of Com ''''-
merce building. In keeping with
'. set Antoinette and Helen Moye,Graham, Mrs. S. F. Matthews,
the ruling of the local USO com.
Tuesday evening at the Williams Mrs. Virgil_ Lyon Mrs. O. L.
mittee, the dance will be open /fcsfmtu
I Showalter, Mrs. W.: Y. Mrs.
I I. Bush
home. only to officers In the armed f'
Carrying out a red and green I,Casper Williams Miss Mary Me. forces and civilians.
Neill, Miss Leonora William, .
and
color scheme poinsettias
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Roger San'ord's orchestra willfurnish
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:Miss Barbara Williams, WebsterWilliams
used for the
vinet were
green I the music and the Prince.
and David Williams. -
centerpiece of the dining table I I ton Casualty Station will have
,. which was lighted with tall red I Gifts were there also from: charge of the refreshment bar
candle The Christmas colon 'Mrs. Paul Reynolds, Mrs. J. B. I
from which it will receive 71 per
also predominated In the refresh Hardy Mrs. B. M. Hindman, Mrs. Mew
I cent of the profits. Assisting Mrs. tot
A. M. Mrs. Geo. y Ljtate
menu, fruit punch, assorted I Logan .mith, Dandy art Mrs. Augustus Wynn
sandwiches and nuts. Favors Mrs. Eva Collins, Mrs. J. A. jmlth, I,reservations chairman and Mrs.
Mrs. Lula Free, Mrs. E. S.
were miniature Christmas trees. I Cap Stuart Hall, Mrs. Wynn. Mrs.
Each guest wrote bit of ad. linger, Mrs. H. L. Brandenburg. :Jas. L. Bird Mrs. Delma Rhodes
vice for the bride, and inscribedher l'Mrs. L. P. Kendrick, Mi.. Roy and Miss Barbara Done hostess.
name In green Ink on a rolling Darby Mrs. J. H. Webster Mrs.
pin used In lieu of a guest book. C. D. Eaker Mrs. V. J. Booth I es.At the special meeting held at (Lvet
This will be shellacked to pre.I Mrs J. L. Burton Mrs. Jason the home of Mrs. Wynn to make tOt -
serve the signatures and present Avery Mrs. J. 1.. Ballard Mrs. I I plans for the dance, Mrs. Don
ed to Miss Williams. Favorite Henry Carter Mrs. O. R. rrown, Ferreyra, home management su.
recipes were written for the I Mrs. Olin Wright Mrs. J. E I pervisor, was given five dollarsfor ,
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brlde-tlect and bound into al Close, Mrs Robert Glenn, Miss Camp Redland'i Christmas

book The for gifts her.in holiday wrappingswere I:Burtis Miss Nell Wood Saul, Miss and Alta webster'l(I fund. _

piled beneath a lighted,department of the HOlT.stud I I TENTH GRADE STUDENTS I DD E i,
Christmas tree and were pre.I[Methodist Sunday ichoil In ARE GIVEN WIENER ROAST
sented by Miss Antoinette Moye. which Miss Williams Is a teach. Last Thursday evening at the I
Present besides those men. er. home of Mrs Fred Suber tenth
grade students of the Homestead
GUESTS FROM AIR BASE LIVEN PROGRAMAT High School were entertainedwith I
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air base personnel figured lent Night". Mrs. Roy Chandler, MNNNNN--. .. .NwMNN.NN.M I :
prominently In the annual Christmas wife of the club president who .
party of the Homestead Rot.I was program chairmen for the Dec. 29-Christmas program of
ary Cub held last Friday night evening, conducted a quiz pro. Church of God.
In Legion Hall. Some twenty of.1 gram. Mrs. Adrian Jacobs, her Dec. 27-Christmas cantata nt I those pleasant friendshipsin
ufleers were present as guests of co-chairman, arranged for the Homestead Methodist Church.Homestead the past we soy, "thank you"with
C:* InaiVWuarMcmbers of the club musical entertainment and acted Dec. 28-Meeting of
and two enlisted men from the as master of ceremonies. Art Club at 8 p. m. at home of a genuine sincerity.
L base took part in the program.t After the quiz the gifts (25 cent Mrs. Frank Webb. /
Dec. 29-Chrlstma. program of 1
Corp. Roy Nelson, a Homestead limit) /which the Rotarians had St John's Episcopal Church.
T boy stationed ..t the air base, been assigned to get other I
Dec. SO Christmas of
arty
J played two violin solos, and Pvt. specified members, erordl Neighborhood Club at home of I .,. .
George Moore presented humor. uted from the big Christmas tree
Mrs L. H. Klopp.
ous skits and sang to his own pi. with Mrs. J. R. Brooks acting as Jan. Business meeting of I
t ano accompaniment. Santa Claus. Junior Woman's Club.Jan.4Meeting _
Miss Mary Ellen Dearlng sang The evening came to a close of South Dade sr
Christmas carols and the Rotar. with the singing of the Army Air Garden Club with Mrs. O. W.i I s
lane, their Rotary Anna and the Corps song by all the men from Calkins. I
i guests Joined her in singing "SI. the air base. I Jan. 4-Meeting of Homesetead
B P. W. C. at home of Mrs. W.
MRS. MEYBEM AND W. R. BIRD INSTALLED I K'iV'alton.evening: I

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Mrs. J. W. English, retiring
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worthy matron, gave her
Mrs. A. R. Meybem and W. R. J. Davis was installed associate report for the year and exchang.
Bird were installed as worthy matron; Mr. Davis, associate pa- ed gifts with the officers of the
matron and worthy patron re. tron; Mrs. Fred Suber. secretary; chapter. '
spectively of Ad Astra Chapterof Mrs. Lloyd Dletz conductress:
the O. E. S. at impressive sec. and Mrs. Herbert Katz, associate Mrs. Hilda Johnson was a din. EDWARD STILINGREAL
vices hcfd! Wednesday evening In conductress. ner guest of Mr. and Mrs. John j
the I. D. O. F. hall. Mrs. Sam At the regular meeting Friday lrown in Naranja Sunday. ESTATE AND INSURANCE
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J things In this fast moving age make

't difficult to keep pace with an I One of the real joys of

r /ever-changing world . but with II Christmas Is the opportunity too is

.'the sincere expression of good will I lay aside the routine and

enduring through all ages, we customs of every day business, .

repeat. and In real sincerity, wish our

A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND friends a very Merry Christmas ,

j + A HAPPY NtW YEAR and a Happy New Year. ( i ij! e

GOOD ill I S H E S t r

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Ten HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE December: 25, 1942 i\

'MISS MART FRANCES BYRD
OBSERVES: BIRTHDAY I .
Marking her 18th birthday n.nlversary .
Mill Mary France,
Social Events Byrd was given a party 'by her
parents Mr. and Mrs. Earl Byrd,'
at their home Tueday evening. oWIS'N
Games were played served.and punch I Loa )s OF ClipsT t4S tt>r ERAN
(land cake were
BURCREEN'S GIVEN CHRISTMAS SHOWER 1: Guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Otto
!''Bernecker, Mimes Milfred and
i BY'MEMBERS 'OF ST. JOHN'S CHURCH I Warrene Severy, Miss Grletj) i
-- ITerburg, Mist Alma Pierce, Miss
Dr. and Mr A. L. Burgreen I Mill Hauiman, Miss Mary Jackson ,Nellie Moon, Miss Bellegen Bul.
and family were showered with Miss Doris Singleton, Misses(lard, Miss Virginia Hilliard, Miss
and Stillman, Miss Katherine
I i Margaret Betty ,Maurln Houston i
Christmas gift at a surprise par. Miss Ardel Parman Miss Virgin.!Kelly, Miss Tlnky Shelly, Miss:
ty given by friends and members+la Haas, Miss Vera'Rheney, Bar.",I Eileen Fay, Miss Peggy Byrd,
of St Juhn'i Episcopal Church.I bara Jean Wakefield, Inei Nell Jean Bernecker, Bob Douglas,
Besides personal gifts and basket ..,Roman, Frank Hausman Bruce IJack i Douglas, Calvin Schmidtand
Burgrern* of good was things presented to eat with, Dr al Scott, and Norton Wakefield. Don Houston. I!,i ) 1ApPINeS.STN U 1HFl An

purse by F W StL'lman In behalf
of the membership A social hour i
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was enjoyed and ambrosia an.11 i
an'l cake Auxiliary.were served by the Worn':I mi Every good wish

Present were: Mr. and Mrs. W..1)
R. Bird, Mr. and Mrs. Henry for your happinesst
Brooker, Jr., Dr. and Mrs. Frank I I ,
Hausman, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Leh. this joyous i
man, Mr. andMrs. T. B. Radcllff, THE BEST \
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Silling, Mr.,
and Mrs. W. B. Smyth, Mr, and Christmas SeasonAnd A.
Mi *. Ceo. N. Wakefield Mr, and I VK10441 ,
fire loin
Mrs. Sttllman Mr. and Mrs. A. R.
Caves, Mrs. L. C. Fennell, Mrs. ''j
sincere thanks for -wmrteaie bs
Henry Johnson, Mrs R. W, King. WC wieS each of you a your '
man, Mrs. Frederick Weber, Mrs. ell the |pre o, Ih* Yultid *- s.i. . ', I .
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Ruth Scott, the past twelve month -
Q. J. Roman Mrs.
Sworn, and a futureI . :.
Mrs. Howard Schaff Mrs A., C. . "
continuous peewees y ,;
Singleton, Mrs. M. F. White, Mrs.C. lift stove :
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J. Parman, Mrs. W. K. Haas, resulting. In SUOCOMTU! ; .r:
James Black, Miss Bertha
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PRESBYTERIANS GIVE . . . .. .,..,.,
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PARTY FOR SOLDIERS '
The Christmas motif was car.

rled 'out In decorations for the I . .. .
open 00-Jor .service men held II I '1 ..-.. . .. : -\
by the Homestead Presbyterian
Church In the Chamber of Commerce I :,;

Games building.directed by the Rev. Bishop & Son Service StationKrome S. E. LIVINGSTON

Marvin T. Murphy and dancingto \ .
the,Juke organ were enjoyed Ave. and 'N. W, 4th St.
Pie and punch were served, and
the boys were liven surplus pie
to take back
to camp. __n____
EPISCOPAL AUXILIARY 'Il',
MAKES CHRISTMAS GIFTS i,
On Tuesday mlirnlng the Worn ..
an' Auxiliary of St. John's Episcopal .
Church took a gift to each '
of the old people living *t the
home of Mrs Fred Link and Notice of Sale of Foreclosed Lots
Mrs. T. S. Stark, and on Wednesday '
evening the Young People's
Service League sang carols for I

the these parish groups and for the sick of1 I I i The City of Homestead has foreclosed on the lots hereinafter de-

B. T. V. CHRISTMAS PARTY
IS GIVEN AT PAIL HOME I I scribed and the same will be sold at public auction at the front door of
Members of Baptist Training'
Union met at the First I Baptist' the City'IIall on January 4, 1913, between the hours of 11:00 A. M. and
Church last night and went In *

A.group E. to Paul the where home of they Mr.were and Mrs.en.: 2:00 P. M. "The sale will be to the highest bidder for cash and the

tertained On the way at there aChrliitmas and back party., the Master's Deed will be delivered to the purchaser.The .

young people sang Christmas car.I Iol
*. lots to be sold are as follows, to-wit:


Lots 6,7,9,10 and North 72.2 feet of West half of Lot 41, Miller Addition

tflllHflPPII1f Lot 3, L. C. Beidler Addition; ; "

Lot 10, Block 9, Town of Homestead; Lots 9,10,11, J2,13,14 and,15, C. P.

9 Lots 18, 19, 20, 30 and 31 of Wai- Adam's Addition;
i I .L bridge addition Lots 1,2,3 and 4, Sevilla Addition;

t U''d' Lots 28 and 30 R. Moser Addition;
Lot 29 J.
allMCI ; Lots 4, 5 and 7, Block 1, Royal Palm
Lots 13, 14, 15 and 16, The Towers; Addition

Lots 30, 31, 32, 33, 34 and 35, Miller Lots 5, 6 and 7, Krome Avenue Addition

Addition; ; ,
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:Be Yours ofCHfl In addition ,to the above, .the City will also sell the following de-

scribed lots, to-wit:
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jC Lots 15 and 16, Hogards Addition.

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Purchasers are urged ,to biyestigate'tbeJocation of-theabove. lots

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.. t '. From Getting Your Better Vacuum Results Cleaner IC I XMAS OP HEALTH : r CLASSIFIED ADS I : I


BATE: Hit Insertion 101 a line; subsequent buuttan
r ly Katharine Fisher AND HAPPINESS L I* .1IM .

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FOR RENT ONE: Caterpillar "15" tractor, new,
.' tf yes are Mt MMM with the Job your vacant cleaner does e* track. Brooks, IM..l'hon.n..
'net and carpet perhaps'i"r-cr.M4 a MW dun**. On the other I desirable bedroom adjoiningbath. '(dllU)1LOST ; :
baud jroe may sot** correctly so tint H can 4o Mawait Mr*. W K. Walton. Red-
w.... Tb tnt rule IB Ming your vacuum Classier! I* to make tare ,
...., the floor Howl li adjusted to the thickness of each rug or carpet land, road. (dUU) ,
1 IM which K it Biedf This ti a ague If yon want your cleaner to do lu bestwork
on rat and-carpet* of different thick....**. Some cleaner a*.* ROOMS and apartment. Reason
I wales that do not need adjusting. find out whether nettle of your able rate, hot water and show. GOLD rimmed bifocal glasses Reword -
cleaner does need adjusting and hew It should bo don*. A HEALTH OUT era. Palm Hotel, Florida City.d11J28). Phone I or return toLeaderEnterprise.
I If your cleaner hu a MAtAndrlvMi brush. the .
second riaj.i. to keep the brush In food working order I Is particularly appropriate for an (
Brushes will wear out with .... When won they
expression of Christmas cheer and .
should bo adjusted or replaced. FLORIDA CITY bungalow for LOST"A" gasoline ration book
: good will, either for a friend or t rent. Partly furnished If de.! No. F.10219G and F44705 non-
EMPTY DUST BAGS FREQUENTLY. TOOT
relative If :you know of one who ration book.
highway gasoline
tired. Hot water electric stove
cleaner will also be better able to do lu work If you
I-r.f will empty the dust bag each time you ..e the cleaner would be benefltted by these treat Inquire Leader-Enterprise Finder please return to South
This la a disagreeable task but If the bag li emptiedon meats, bring that one for consult Dade Publishing Co., 14 N W.
damp newspaper it really Isn't ao bad. Wear your tlon and cure. FOR SALE OR RENT Third St., Homestead
household gloves and shake the dirt down toward the I

opening Then hold the bag close to the damp new.. HOURS STORE!: bldg, on Oversea highwayat WANTED
paper and shake the dust out srentlv. And here's a
IATHASINI PICNIC caution note: Don't dump loose dust directly Into your ,I:M to 12; S te I Florida City In Lewis Tour.I -

0._..,of furnace or Incinerator/Loose dust mixed with air Evening Ny Appointment lit Camp Suitable' for most FAT hens J. R. nevis, near Left'ssture.
6t4 H..i"JtM*..f sometimes forma an explosive mixture which maylaainut any kind of business See EIC!..
explode on contact with flame. Disposable paper bag nor Froscher t block north. (dlStf)
linings are available leaners of some makes. When I
Dr. R. J. Elliott I (dI8.JlII '
37 4-ton diliry
TO trade se.
cleaner bags grow old, dust from them When this happens
it Is better not to attempt :rrl escape: fabric. Buy new bag CHIROPRACTOR I dan for l.ton stake both" truik.
FOR SALE J. R llevls near Lcffs store
D(,ILY USE IS GOOD, How long should cleaner ba run over a rug? McCrory Arcade I (dlStf)
That depend upon th* regularity with which rugs are cleaned the 40. ACRE ESTATE. Avocados, -
amount of traffic they get the kind of soil In the rugs. and the kind of rug Phone I6I.WIIOlJESTEAD. limes, and oranges coming Into WANTED
:TUTORING : lilrt
The Important thing about cleaning rugs and carpets.I Is to get the dirt : FLORIDA bearing. Pleasing English l lodge
before it has; a chance to settle far down Into I the pile I where It la most school and grade school subjectsMrs.
difficult to ren.ove and may eventually do damage A good rule la to use type new home. Good large I H. J. Armstrong. A D.
your cleaner daily In rooms where traffic Is heavy, Adolph Benito tenant house tools Sacrifice I Plummer drive and Country
and Hlrohlt
Epen twenty Minutes spJnt In cleaning a 1 by 12 rug will probably! -the three blind mice. Hake price! Also other large or smnllpiopcitles Club road.REPAIRS.
,leave pome dirt In the rug So don't be disturbed If a vacuum-cleaner, t them ran with tea percent rf Eleanor Froncher I
demonstrator gets dirt out of your rug Immediately after It has been your Income In War Overseas Highway 1 mjlo south' '. I
with cleaner. If cleaner Is good and la working Bonds 520J
eleanejl your your a one of Homestead Phone
properly, 'It would get this extra dirt, too If you emptied the bag and every pay ,. (dlB.25) I, AND SIPPMES
starlet all over again. I[ I' for Typewriter, AhllnIAt'hln...*

N0| fUR 1 TO Rt'GS Forget the bugaboo that a !good cleaner will 16 INCH by 4 Inch Barnes lI'rlllat.1 j and Cash Register
wear Out or Injure rugs or "arpets It It well established that ono of the i Ing pump. 1,0(10( gal per mln 1 lion FALIIU INT
chief reasons rugs wear out before their time Is the dirt that Is allowed ute Direct connected to 4 ryl.l j
w to accumulate In them. Gritty dirt, ground under the heels can shorten Care Leader-Enterprit-a
Brooks In- j
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; the life of the besrrug Reduce the dirt accumulation bv regular use of '"
your cleaner and you will be hoping to prolong the life of your rugs HOTELPATRICIA I. Phone 78-R (dll-tf)

OVE."UEFLOOR CLEANING. Most v.cuum.cleaner manufacturers LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE under the said certificate ION in
supply attachments far theft cleaners for dusting and cleaningfurniture II the mime of Louise Frennun
'I woodwork' draperies, radiators clothing. and the like Ask to \ said certificate si I hall, be
hive the attachments demonstrated for you and be sure you try them OL APPLICATION Unless
. r yourself Some may seem more useful to you than others. You may not I FOR TAX DEED redeemed according to law the

I need them aj). 312 S. E. 2nd Ave. Chapter J7437--:Acts' rf-1D33 property described therein will be

I i Convenient, for above-th*.floor cleaning are the small hand-type Vile A.5562 I sold to the highest bidder at the
, t Meaner we've tested and approved These are light enough to be carries MIAMIOverlooking Court House door on the first Mon.
about and used with one hand. Hand-typ: cleaners are particularly unefufor NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, day In the month of January.
cleaning upholstered furniture Attachments for other above-th*. that Modane Bennett, holder of I 1943. which Is the 4th day of January .
floor cleaning Jobs come with some cleaners of this type .
bay and river. State and County Tax Certificate 1943.
I Also effective for above-the-floor cleaning Is the small.sis* tank-typ No. 1,Usued the 3th day of July I Dated this 3rd day of Drrem.
or cylinder cleaner we have approved for this kind of work. However, wi '. In I 1942
Two block from Flagler A. D; 1937 hat filed tame my ber,
do not have on our approved list any of the tank type or cylinder cleaners
. ? that are also sold for rug and carpet cleaning We have not as yet fount! Street. office, an* any tank-typ* cleaner that meets our requirements for removing din for I tax deed to be Issued there Clerk of Circuit, Court,
from rugs and carpet We feel that rug and carpet cleaning la a vacuum I. Quiet cool comfortable. I on. Said certificate embrace the.I Dade County Florida.
eaner'. most Important function. There Is no other nay we know of foia following! described property In Circuit Court Seal
, woman herself to keep her rugs and carpet clean and 'lessen the Refined atmosphere.SPECIAL the County of Dade State of Florida By N. C. STERRETT D. C.
accumulation of destructive gritty dirt, exc-pt by using II cleaner thai
hat efficiency for this kind of work i to wit: (Dec 4, 11, 18..25, 1942)Tot.

V i N % of SB!: 44 of SE!: V" a
RATESTO
Sub of Plat Book 2, Page 75 Leonard W. Raskin"9"04"n

Am CONDITIONED In Section 32, Township 51 l> R.. RVHUns ... .._
SOUTH DADERS
ROLLER IKATI IN COMFORT I .. I
For Prompt South Range 41 East containing 4 B 9art s <
leasing. rue a rise r. ...
'I 22.75 acres more or less in GLASSESMl
.u....... Its, she tax $2.00 Single I j .... ......
the County of Dade. State of I N E rhea riset I
CAB SERVICE .....
Venetian Skating Rink Florida. C: ariva b All l c..I.
: DoubleStay :| ......, ,-
ores a. w. ITia An, Island $3.00 The assessment of said property ..4
reasonable rate
at I
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ANNIE MAYHEW FITZPATRIc' {
AnnouncementDR. I PHONE 9108 or 389
Redland Road between Avocado and Biscayne Drives
R. S. SPICKARDand ; II
I HOMESTEAD CAB SERVICE overnight to finish Pianoforte and TheoryViolin

F. O. Plummer, Prop j jo transacting your builnea* tave Xylophone Plano-Accordlan

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another trip (which meant gas,
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are now associated with I
tint, time and nerves)

DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST DR. C. II. DENBY


EXPERTBARBERING I I Osteopathic PhysicianPhone


,Office Hours: 8a.eatoIp.n.Sundays .
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Saturday I BOYS

; Haircut .. ._ 10e Homestead, Fla.

1m N. W. SITE ST. MIAMIPHONE Shave tSe I
(Over Brown's Drug Store)
: t-tm Shampoo (Plain)..___ Sell
Shampoo (Medlcated._. 750 There b s nomndow nerd lot s cVm I
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Facial i i - - JOo I .foe 30 rcm.el Boy ,
Waters' Barber Shop : Facial Pack.. ..- He f Sctxin of America hit |pub The World's News Seen Through
"A Inlml BOYS' LI Ft.li .
Friendly 8np"
Combination Facial_. 1$* SCIENCE MONITOR
I the staining you THE CHRISTIAN
Service Men Cordially Tenle _.. .... l5e1I1..tach. sill be glad I n A. Itlenutioml Duty Newspaper '
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Welcomed : Trim 100 gut your noer MUM I, THE CRXISTIAN tCTENC H.M.ISHINO tOCICTY
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I BarberShop Price fit.00 Ye-rly, *r <-00 a MailSated" ,h.
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