Title: The leader-enterprise
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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: November 12, 1943
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: VID00620
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
lccn - sn 95047482
lccn - sn 95047482
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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., r MMr VToNJy TMUs HOMESTE aUtlaot* DMrMtUM 1IU


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'\' YOU 33-NO. 46 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA NOVEMBER. I?, lam PRICE FIVE CENTS I





" ,Production Area's "Big Three" i







t : Emphasized in War Crop Goals !






- Lowered; Citrus Ceiling DADEISUR 1. GED-TO EXCEED {




. t i"; .. :To Be Effectwe'Nov.; : 15 24 800 ACRE 1944 QOOTA IN '



Oranges and grapefruit, sold lulO Has Kdifcit *( Pa4el' Fwfraks9y "PATOF.\; BEANS, POTATOES I
and shipped before midnight of

Nor IS, but delivered after that r_ Ted Sfet'Steek of Lecal Air Base

date, are subject to lower mid- I The 1M4 crop production goal

season t. co b. ceiling prices MJsa A gallery of postal portraits+,: velop ether bobbies, such as photography. Pollee Order Headlamps suggested by the USDA war board

been ruled by the Office of the work of Tech. Sit, AIdes C.! ." Cleared of Black Paint for Dad County has been releas

JPrlce Administration. Steel*,' it attracting much local' Sit of Steele b an honorary member It'l("imper Urs thai'Homestead ed 'by Chas. H. $Staftanl county ,
the Homestead Art Club.
.. Truckers who buy fruit at Ftor- 'attention at.tb* Homestead USOSft .: motorists remove:'the black-out agent and secretary of the county

sadJeatht Steele who U serving ,with paint from the beedllghU of their war board. The acreages suggested -
;\ the engineers Homestead I IItnrfT LANDLORDS HERE vehicles/ as a safety _..... Ponce for tomatoes, potatoes,, -
tar giant data, also *m ba art*** port at Chief O. H.IuW... laid anapbeaaa
ft prim Unions they Ah Field his vaed u hUauhtoeta cabbage and lima beans ,
Maps T. /. Harris of aesr FILE RENT traffic yesterday.refutations It Is sew fbr'automobilet"contrary to should .be the mmtmnm jpals, and
ftmuiteiJ, DIM w of. th* local
With partially' blecbed-out headlights every effort should be made to
MIN& WOSMn who serve as UO
< 00A of dt.l ls,l+MusbV ..t,.fad aoMlept from the C( mOLltQS to tram city Musts or Vn exceed the quota fog these crops, rMr
: federal highway ChM Sullivan
NOW ."'j :......... ,tab. .> ;' said. Exceptions win be made only ,Staffanl sett.
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Stale le ..... 1r11Mi in the case of air raid wardens, Acreage goals arei 'tomatoes.
... forms corerlntf rent control, .. .
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casualty station workers and other 1MOO;.potatoes, ,900{ snapfaeaiuv
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ss,to Veto:1dAu t.bilstas. for IM ....County anw '
Jlas11uses" pemipants the local defense
it. ,J. avelb/. its taunt at thetiewe.al. fresh market 4,001V process .100;
.-r, '! tot .. ...' ... set-up who use. their cars fortransportation ( bbaga. MO, Uma M'iDa. 1M, Ut

.,tglwe- ..peeM.tasatpa.+.ga.: ,.lwenM,;r-+ ...... j' .during I black-eats."c \ .. u..1tO; and. ?mImeuaawu4.vty/, ,
wsterday by Local Chairman, C.V ,
'trst :sealvltaien. to' do.e stables $0aAcreage .

'WWTCAfilAM*, All Carter.landlords and. operators ,ELiCfEI) goal for; Held crop

.. ".... hotels and rooming home are required NUN are: tame bay, 1,100; mm, 300,

;. AHUVMrHHIETO ee.a to fin out these forms, Mr. PIOOIDENTBY sweet potatoes. 200
.. MI;. navieswbe" Carter Mid Jt win be nteessary I
to' make three WpW for each A stmamsry of IH goals re-
WORK CROPS 111616 311111. flan Kate onlt MINISTERS I VMl that liIM acre*'' of land

Nov. 4 ... He I 61.12.0010.020Nov. i] More than too forms haw been I wit fie required for productionof
I' f.. filed with the local otto, and Mr. 'The1 Rev beo )G Deuet
: t *1 M |100 {129.1'11Nov. ; pastor the I',S50 vegetable acreage
> : ]Mi ....an leach; him labor a . ..1 Ie j 64 ;30OJI| Carter urges all who an renting of Florida City and Redland Community .- and the MOO field
',';,. Is Ibefltnnin* W 'move Into the Nov, 7 ..-4, 91130.19007)001) out rooms, apartment or boom cmnrhes, '.., elected crop acreage,
district. Manager J:. A'Roberts Nov. 87.] 18 {30.00'tr'calNov ] I to register at once If they have president of the Redland District aa approximately two thousand
:. of the Redland Farm'Labor Sup t 3 70 I .> ISO10'n-cel! not already doa so.UNION Ministers' Association at a meeting acre of the datable and potato
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I ply Center reported yesterday. Nor 10, _. e. | SI JOlltr-cej{ I --:-- held Wednesday, The Rev. VT.; lands win be double-cropped.
","'It ,Approximately forty-five white E Melton, pastor'of the Home
A families from the Carolina and DOSCIJElIJLED stead Church of the Naiarene. was
''< Connecticut art housed at the Ban Motor Deliveries named vice-president, and Mrs ROTE GOVERNORON
; center, and more than 339 Bahama Of Retail Newspapers ) 1m Edith Tamblyn, pastor of the Florida
field hands are living at tht City Free Methodist Church
Oouldf mobile labor camp lor negroes. 'Retail. '. delivery of newspapersby was re-elected secretary and ANNUAL VISIT f
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i' contingent oflOl Baham- I automobile will b* prohibitedafter ()THANKSGIVINGUnion treasurer
to till arrived at Goulds last Friday Nor. 19. t-A. chair The association will meet st
}: nlsht, Mr. Roberta said. i man of the local :.. anrric and 111: f. m. on the first Wednesdayof TO LOCAL CLUBThe
.f' About 123 military fainlUe arc I rationing board, announced yesterday Tb.nk.lvfn'aervIceI by each month In the First Bsp-
f i row living at the center, and every i This action if necessitated the churches of the Redland District tilt Church of Homestead, It was place of Rotary U po.t..,... j
effort will be mad to furnish by the continuing shortage of will be held at 10 a. m. decided. plans was discussed by
them accommodations M long .as of gasoline and Urea, he said. Thursday Nov. 15, In the First Harry
possible<< the manager -said.Bfcfcep I Under a new regulation announced i Methodist Church of Homestead Plans for Honor Roll Smith of Winter, Garden, fov r-
:, J announces the Rev. Ceo. X. Deuel, nor, of the;; l 7th district' of notary
the an
by board persons Will ;Be Made Nor. It
;L": to Visit C......' ,who JOlt any type ration president of the Bedland District .international, on Us annual r
t Here Samtajr Evening book In future will be requiredto M1nIatan't.Iiod.Uoa.. Detailed plans for' the erection' visit to the Homestead club Wednesday
41. wait JO day before being The Thanksgiving ,messagt will of a permanent honor roll of Red- evening.
The Right Rev.' John Durham ranted replacements. Such loss be; delivered by'Dr. .A. L' BU land District service men' and After his talk Oor. Smith held
;, Wing. bishop "of South Florida, must be advertised'la a newspaper green, rector of St. John's Episcopal women will be worked out by a club assembly and beard plans
r \ will preach and administer' the and a copy,of the advertisement : Church. who also ,will hare 1 representatives of clubs, church outlined for club activities during
sacrament of confirmation at 9t. i presented with: the epplicaUon charge of,. musical program and lodges at a meeting Friday the year. Guest and memberswere
John's Episcopal Church at I p.m for a replacement. Mr. Carter. evening Nov. 19., In the Homestead served t fish dinner oookad
> (Sunday evening .w.. Ctoreh 11 f God to H HBvaay city haltTraits by Rotarian Frank Rue.
n Hatte SeryfeenA ..
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,: Open House Held bylSchook: .,revival neetlng'w D be,conducted Essential to Team Members
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Nov 'If- at the Horn.
.::1.\ Obaervaaee of Education ,Week stead Church of God by the Her Outlined for Lions by,Reltemi CoachTraits '
, ..". J. of S.
1 tdr Lee nHtram C.
+' ', / Open house, la ,obasr***** J day MucaHon for the. Air Age"I announces the Rev, R, .i'd'.w.t Hasua essential to successful B.: ,Fisher of the Pompeno' club

u', American ,BdvoattM :Week,will b* WUnislay., _"Mucatkn> to, Win j e, paster.srvkw I membership on an athletic team and District Cor. Henry Johnson
; held today at HBandooisral ...... and tour Ik*'* *"{ Tbursday, , ,at 7:4. were -I\IWDt4)i Coach L,: F. ot. tits Tanwa, dub E
: 'M.ids"heer/t.n JarToday werr4 : flitsw I each erenmg emapit Svtuaastys, Ltastf I* the largest civic club
tovNattap.'to...- hens"haring and. die public Is cordially invited' Jackson of >tadlard.selsestsullrhis to nectae. North America and I"

ti>> v" as IIWtD aim"F ties......,to.. .....A.A32eagh the. patter saU.Te I .Induction. Tweeds* evtoaatf to- 14 naHoae, said Mr Johnson wh.
, .; WAN welt .8 law am Its, die Sibailts an aedt.. to M Hs..s.<' ,OssvM UM .--. that fee aim of Ueolsm
r..ii" Y ......... 'ef .., te..... lag anmoreonnif'as' ........ esatvgtatls .,.....)IMMa Wicker i Ckeb.1ese. hate be to ...Np frl.ndlissa
k(:... .trbnsn..,..-bl: elssmwy. die; wet', ...... '......' via >P VWt L*.l a-cr.j i seajMssssM, lie saat, are betty.au xwab.n, clubs rasa*
:,, ......: scrap tbtwI'''' i eI a 1-1, lattft. leaeddp,.eo- muellies asjd D....*.'
tanportanc -aduaeten war boad and stamp sales, their ,Mn,,"'Ruth Lsadbt, :a Jyslljlh.1I peratssev flatting. spirit' aedMod President Walter Weiss appoint4
i.. bees oweost la daanoome Importaot'role Is OH shaping ofstadenta ....... werter free TaaafispesJc .. -I ..... stesftal a.. moral a comaaitte*'to arrange the
.' week, FrteeK B.. V. KiadasatXOa *'iBinde to I heSp achieve at the Free llisiydM terfcey clIMe which the UOM are
if',. May the then a laeUmg .feaec, Mr.' HindmanpoeWi Church b* hurls City at ':.1 peetal, Middle at the meeting sponsoring Thanhsglvinc Day at
e i-\ J 'l7gepabee ". ,'wk 4 :r.i ".... out.: Pro ereTbaarday' Mw U. ,J wen Dmty J:*.*""_Gov. Lewis We 11010 "
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Pare Two hO.MESfEAD LEADEn AND ENTERPRISE November 12, 1
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> Nov. 26 Deadline Set stenographer. pi ndjl,' et
HOMESTEAD )6. *, 1t .
LEADERAND For Test Applications rapher. accounts tI ai
i I clerk district welfare visitorl
ENTERPRISE OUR MEN IN SERVICE Applicatioule of those wishing j 1 l i district 'welfare Realtor 'vial '

rem" Is 1111HAU1MW Test 'for positions not
to take merit I1ItentJIImlnatlonl,
... 4' "" to the ,stale welfare
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hN1.Md Prow m. ten agency
a. II.-co' to'be held boon for UU -i
N see sees. Dud. tr.OtNte.e ,,..seer.arum include: senior accountant
Thompson to be Honored I Eight-pound Linda Anne was far board position must be) filed I f for uikervtewer, junior clampamine
IC1IF.a At Open House on Sunday!J born Mov 4 to U. and Mrs. W nt.S by Nov M with the Merit System' senior claims exasile '
,..sign. 604 gd4 Hathaway In James Archer Office, Box 11), Gainesville, Fla, Inspector workmen' eotnptntai
LaUCKh &IC' D MYT SIt Walter Thompson. Jr, Smith Hospital Lt Hathaway U It waa announced her :yesterday i division, director of urump
... who has been on loredut1 serving under Gen. Mark ClarkIn by T. Paul Haley, member of!jment I compensation) and: ,ebi
MART nIULI. DICklJllOlf. with the army for the put four the Fifth .Army la July Mrs. District S Welfare Board from: personnel and training
slow &Q NomkotoauaaCRrPrwx yerv open house which will be held West daughter of Mr and The position are: clerk senior I I convenient elate center, Mr
,lID Sunday afternoon and at Mr*. Oeo A. West senior arid.pAt! .
U*. COMIVI OM M,14 OMO, Ntl evening clerk, typist; stenographer, ey
I ?T, 'WS. the home of his parent, Mr and e f *
OMUot ot 0... Cmtri ( OIK. *diedn
I fm, flMi I it. II.... Mrs. Walter Thompson on Tenne Marlow Jacobsen, son at Mr.
,*.e* rd. Set Thompson It now and Mr*. *l, D. Jacobsen arrived
g..id of ....4 sled Ma ..starMwea spending a '&-da) furlough on a Tuesday night for a brief. leave.
is love. on saw toem ":: visit horn before reporting to San from Batnbrtdge Md. where ht
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..... ..; .. Francisco tor reassignment, his been undergoing boot training !
I SgV and Mrs. Buford Creel and IB the y. 5. ff'''.
their baby daughter Diane, are
Approximately six and half: expected to arrive) today or tomorrow I
million pair of army shoe will from Glenwood Sptfg Mrs. Wra. Payne .Added

be rebuilt during the present filed Colo ..Mil Creel, a daughter"of, To Homestead FacultyMrs.
year at plant under supervision Mr, and Mn. ;Thompson, went,
of the quartermaster corps weri to join hnUuuband who;I Wm. C Payne took the
Army Service Forces, In Buford hat dot," arrlvrdtatoith* United I!( place of Mist Marlon Diller ali
Ga, and Hannibal. Mo. The rebuilding State after serving tar nor than, teacher of junior high subject
operation In one year win a year In the South Pacific I[i at Homestead High School, Wan-
laveII.. government approximately a A I' day, Mr*. Payne, the former Miss
seven million dollars/ and JosephIM'k! I|'I Alta Webstorfir; T-graduate-and
will conserve nearly 20 million Ensign I i'former athletic* instructor of Agnes
Square fee-lot leather Army Assigned toJIpll; wood : Scott College She Ja making
shoe usually are resoled twice I liar home. here with her mother,
then sent to Buford or Hannibalfor Ensign< JoaephUW Cook. of the 1 1 Mrs Julian H Webster, while,
rebuilding The rebuilt shoes I I WAVES former member ot the Sgt Panea scrying overseas

look and wear like the originalarticle Homestead High School faculty' Mia Diller accompanied by her
and Usually are more comfortable has been transferred to Hollywood I mother, Mr*. M E:. Diller of Mieml .
because they have been where shells. studying" navigation baa gone to JDttfoit to'be
broken InBible t,, married She will make tier home
She, had been an )instructorat in Detroit.
which are placed on th"'naval training; school .atHunteruDoltat
every lit. (raft and life boat on *' In NeW York :
army transport vessel are being "sgvn, I Jack Barnes Is Elected

protected from the affect of saltwater Pfc. Lushes K Greenwood was II. H. S Band ,Captain
by the same type of cover graduated recently from the armament
that protects pistol, rifle*, 'and \ hoof at Lowry Field, CoL Jack Barns ha*, been elected O--1-!''M6f
machine gun In landing operation Pfc. Greenwood wai graduated! captain of Homestead High School }
*. Curiously enough the coven from Redland High School and band which this :year 'Is directed .
used for pistol are of ex- attended the University of Florida. by Miss Eleanor Stewart. Other TW mires acttlie right size for copies of His wife, the former Miss Frances officer are: Harry Bishop, first of |w..hw<..... Only the class eaordlMthm" hero nf a common came
the Bible, and have'been adoptedby Webb of Homestead, I It., makingher lieutenant: Tom Hodges, second add rawH la tae otnordlMry achknMata" ef trauportatlvn anMvatiy "
the chaplains t standard lieutenant Vera since tae war begma. .
corps as home in Miami Rheney top
luterde
For tae Seaboard" Railway has roeognhcd the "
essay years I
protective covering lor them. e en sergeant John McLten and Louis
peal, M*W industry aid transport. Oa the etUbUahcd"' pflnclple
J The cover were developed by the PIc. Joe Orifld oft mp Breed. Murray, sergeants; Ann*'Rheney, the dfare ef the railroad depends pa the prttpcrity' of ttaMtnM i I'Mat
quartermaster corps from a pliable enridge, Ky. has been spending Orletje Terburf, Peggy Byrd and tae Seaboard Wa bens working ever a lama period of .tin* ,.1
transparent waterproof a ten-day furlough her with his Yatea taker, corporals; and Clarke lot the sass le'eV hi Mat ef the territory it serves pbssL"'rIs
film known a* vinyl They are mother, Mr....Josephine Dodaon secretary : The 8ea>a.taTs Interest nUiuti Inroad" tile tocoHowol, sow ,
buoyant enough 't* float the OnflcL The band rvpresienied( !at : le y- with the saeetoa-of Wool y ttrni bjr Its, '
i. * I wag' ',: 'JAM.tfb T..; .edesslitve aenfceaad toadnt tbeergrht:r'r;
Bible U they.are ecctdeoUy 'Karl Oreer, eon t>f "'ri)red sift the'rnuale clinic!,held ':In Miami 'mass raw atafcrrMs a"*ibbrf. ire dart to enable dINt tamtrW '
dropped overboard or washed out' on Tuesday and Wednesday wDATH'TASS'StOTHal. .Hier.loestai.la,tbe'aoeth &'
L, H. Oreer, baa; Been existed! In ii, : U tammitt wm,Missiles ladeatrles or .
'of ther.fts In heavy seas, the naval reserveand sent to ehrakwo.et ," '' s
.. .. Isada'la. the IrdwRrtsl dr.eiep.itf .iij
I ', ,er Re.aek.hle propose e bees
After the' present supplies aie Jacksonville for training, : .. tae Smtk.fa rarest.,**.... Presses MIcaMeiw petof 4o f exhausted paper towel will b* OF M... aU 8Eu. sods la te'pee'-war"or"' \<
thinner facial tissue will be used fata and to turn Fen.Into i Mrs. M. .M Rhode; twruWWMr t., '_ fkebosN will, work la tW 'hh,....."Ia smaller In Rise paper napkin will butcher: ahope promptly; ffccoroVIngJoJVpa. ."'Russell Home 'of Homestead, . With! lads.try. . gyp.rv .
be both thinner and smaller, and ,Fat aalvUHJrmwt died Tuesday at her.J\ome'lft Mid- 0" .
waddlnglnvttetlon will have only accelerated to keep pec* Wh dkton Vn Mrs. HOI'1It.ten last . )" _<. <
one envelope place ot the customary Increasing demand for the 11I'O"dueUOII Saturday night for Virginia yu.art.ly MACK' . AfrACX JMItMMrREDLANO '.
two. War 'Production of glycerine and other rwt Fta'f1
war after receiving word of her
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Board rule have bean"mad* to material. mother's 111_ I WAR t0sef .r east.
control manufacture of ,thaw -- -- t -- -- _.."'" ......__..:-- .,...;r.-' '
Item so that school children will
have adequate supplies of writing III
tablet and note book, and L'
commercial stationary will be
available for business .office In .
'spite of the acute paper shortage
BRAND FERTILIZERS
Incidentally the order. win conserve :
1,100 carload* of shipping .
space and considerable quantitiesof I t, '

packing material, a* the llch ; ,
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Sine tram kapok the 1 Netherlands* no longer Earl Imported ". .. i: : :;'' '; :. :' '. : .. :. .: : : ' ';. .' :;. .:, ", .'

which Indies provide the common milkweed milk we-d floss,. t :;'.\ :Coiwttlt: .l us.", about""'your fertferVequireo] :; .y W;. r .-

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promises to become one of Amer e : "I"'i''i'' "
ica' Important wartime ,plant ( .>. . < .
MUkVeMI floe .U needed U) replace ..lflents'Qrthec&mi _g' year., .. ., : . . ., : ;
kapok In life preserver and : 'I ' l' .' I 0. I, .

marlM insulation mattresses, ,and for, ,for many airplane'her ':. .... Due 'to government'regulation'.:and short-.. *,* \I v*%i J*

.important .military.use. To .a*. " : $
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t..., tn: adequate tupoly 'of;this i. ' ageitef.sever 1 1rii .tt OOii t ;0 kA
:wartime. substitute the Depart'ol.atof ..... : : . ,. '1 . .. ,

w*% the Agriculture War Production I* Penetrating BooM In "i :. .: I : tiMk:ALb of a leg Hxih: r 'i f li: : :1J]

ajaanaoring a -, y...., .. no .. 1'j., ',. .J .
ta anoourag*',4hreeyearprogram toHectlon of pod . '! .,.j.'G'1 ; s ' I : :J. :.;j \I- ( fi7.)? i.I. ,-: \

'from wild, milkweed plant and to I ' do. ',our bet:' te-9upIy 1" : aria e+>#. r'as_ 'b ew r i. "' : :, .. , '"IJJ
condition suitable for
create '
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,their,growth 1 : weds : ; ,: t.
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November 12, 1943_ HOMESTEAD LEADER WD ENTERPRISE PU Three i
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IftmnIWlUllllmllllnlllmUmll !laJ Saturday Marks 17th AnniversaryOf Turner 1* a graduate of the school by treating alnfle-etrenjth Juice "
to slush and then .
I of embalming of John Hopkins a removing the

II I Founding of Turner Funeral Home University; and., was associated pure Ice crystal by eentrifuglng. '
20 Years. Ago Ho had sample of tram Juice II
with Baltimore
sssse a leading mortician month old.
Saturday, Nov. IX mark the maintained by Turner Funeral before coming to Homestead i 1-,
, ,1e $6060460 ..... .. ........... I 17th anniversary of the, founding home and the area It,nerve* extends Herbert graduated a* an embalmer Dr. MatDowtU report that or. '
far 40"w noon see .. 0" ......sa.a..bd as far north a* Miami andas la H2t with the second highest onto Juice reconstituted from Dr.Stehl's
i .a a.w hs. we 554. ..fW Of the Turn funeral Home kj troxm concentrate was remarkably
far south a* Key West grade In his claat. Turner Fun
a.a..ad L..M. f..d Jas. '
... AM .d .seed 0... _,. leak Coo w. Turner, Jr., who to stUlItf Both George and Herbert Tur- oral Horn I* affiliated with the similar in flavor to
.w w fn..e .-.... .. fresh Valencia Juice. Dr.
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....., af. ,t... owuranIIlrectoI'. aer are licensed embailmcf and state and county funeral director orange R '
I For nearly aixteea of the* funeral director. The.senior Mr. and eipbalmen .-: -. StahPs analysis of the frown
lIH IfJJt'n"nmU: + l llllllit year1 Herbert Turner wo.aaaoelUd Juice: after sit month storage, 1'1
1 I with his lather in the showed it contained M percent et
vrlMr.. and Mr*. Hubert Potter new but he enlisted tft the tt & Frozen Citrus Juice Concentrates the original vitamin C COIItlanLDr. ;
have spent the ,hummer ,ttbell'mm.1II MacDowell think that under
Marine of and ;
Corp IB Mar JMJ
I North Haven,'Conn.' U now serving ...a corporal Seen as Postwar Florida Industry practice operating condition ,
iii on their way to their Florid there would be lea
practically act
. the Marine; unit tattooed at Opt !
,(City N-.mwa"M I j I Lock A younger ,tan, Vernon, Lakeland.Nov.llr-The Florida and market frosen abigle-etrength of vitamin C
C P: Jack on-'eonaented',, who become) an-'instructor- the Citrus Commutsion, which I*'I orange Juke, he found 'thII product Dr. StahL I* preparing ample
I t*-Id a. 1'pr.Idenf''IIt. law college, ot.Atetaon University thinking ,bard lbese day about had net become -Important for the Commission of I-to-1 frozen -
the. Homestead W.'c:;''i:*1f. rat a1mMtinf 'i upon hi*: graduation from', that .""merket'inore: fruit after fOIIIMrelallT1IIt of the problem *1 concentrate of orange Juice:
held.t lw home:ThurV. Mhoul, I* k lieutenant In thonavy. the war, ha eanaout with a new of distributing Urge packages .. grapefruit Juke and a BO-M mixture '
day afternoon .. " 'It 'via In"fill that"'(Ml, W: idea+-froxen:'dtnll.JuItencftI.* of frozen Juice and the of the two The Juice may be I
'Thr: 'A-. C met'l at'the..horn* Tumen',,JI- flame\""' ".and trate*. .. .. trouble In melting quickly for I concentrated by any meaaa but \.
of Mt.p liable: Cllmer'ojj Tue*. purchased": i trove1\ and boUt, k Concentrate, any of the citrus serving When put together this Dr. MacDowell believe' that Juice
dteVenln ," ... .* I horde\tit, Bediaiuf 'whether'and -Jutree.'w mixture* ,of.themto way, the problem* of 'concentrates which J* concentrated by freezing ..
**A group-ofr, friend*:enJoyed an member of his'family ipent part one third .of their original volume and froaerf JuiNe'.nnNrtd and centrifuging, a* don by Dr. .
evening t t card .and enUrtala-\ of every year ,until' they moved and distribute In small fro*, themaetve SUM has superior qualities
.want'..t' the'home._pf Loss. Ethel 1 here';from, Baltimore: tQ.-ne !ear pacfcagea like other frown "What could be simpler." 'Mid Dr. MacDowell: tan he will ae-,
..11II4 .f,. I " rear-around' Vesldeata> ? foods suggests: the commission Dr. MacDowell "than preparing a stet responsible persons Interested
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"MlavUeanor ..II,J 112". In'Suite II 'add water. after being j julck-froen It could Juice concentrate beceuse he believe
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the home group of tier people,' Mr and of the flower building Jerome The idea occurred to'Dr: L. O.HacDowell. be reconstituted by the simple It offer a new method of ;
parent ova and N: First- ail In September .the commisslon'i research addition of enough tap water to distribution which will help Florida
Mrt.4. M. ,Bauer jt. Friday
night . I of'Itn It moved to'Ita pre*> director In conaldering the quickly melt It, at the tame time grower sell more fruit
;! ent quarter, a je .toOJ1I house on problem in getting housewives to using the frozen concentrate to
I t "Mrs, Elmer Enni bar gone to the comer of If.: Krome ave" andEIhth use orange Juice concentrate In It* cool the l'ftulUna'mIxture to t There are pleat on every hand I'
Turner, Mich. to an about, .". It:: present form. Florida has developed palatable temperature for closer teamwork. We'll haveit
tong ,the jtstate of ,an' uncle' who Mr. Turner. post-war. plan include an' .Immense production of Discussing the Idea with Dr: A. when we realize that teamwork
died ther.rectrt17: the erection of a modern ia a relationship and not a technique -
this product for our armed force F Stahl of the University of Florida -
<< and Mr*. KAOX, Barrow of. funeral home .with chapel, _
M-;:j 1'! organ and allies, for which new outlets agricultural experiment station ;
visited Sunday at the horn and all other modern ,
"' appoint- will have tq be found after the at Gainesville be found thatDr.
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."Mr Joe Arnold returned Sunday 1 I-t.l. :
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t.t Utah visiting, has,at.spent the home several of his month son,li ? :., : ; .to Ou Communlfir .

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I! f' FRANCES JANE LAMB BECOMES BRIDE THANKSGIVING GAIETY TO, CULMINATED

6F STAFF SGT, SOUTHARD IN NEW ORLEANS TV Calendar IN EVENING DANCE AT CLUBHOUSE ,

Tb marriage of -MM Frances days was a member ,ot Kappa Nov. 1 -USO dance, A program of holiday gaiety, Includinf candies. Hot eof: fee; fresh limeade-- : :
Jane Lamb, daughter of Mr. and Phi Delta sorority and a dais of* Not, 14 usa open house a tea dance, a turkey and cookie Were served. Hostess
Mrs. Howard Lamb of Homestead, fleer. After' her graduation In Itn sponsored by First Methodist/ chase and moving picture will es were Mrs, E. A. 'Buchanan,
to Staff,St James A. Southard, the was fraduatfV from Stanley Church of Homestead.Nov. culminate In a gala dance with anorchestra Mrs, Rud1't\.b&, X.... Philip Ryan .
Business 'CuUegevamd: late was 15-Meeting fit University at the usa on Thanksgiving Mrt Burley Dendy. .$Irs. Selma '
eon of Mr. tad Mrs. A. V. South- employed at the. sub-depot. at the Club at home of Mrs Ruth Scott ,evening. Reltz. Mr*. Ceo, W. :Turner
-'It of Jacksonville, was solemnised air base AstwThe Nov. 1ft-USO dance sponsoredby The tea dance will be la prog- Mr.. K. 1:. 'Vlhlett and Mist- MarJorie -
In the Arlington Methodist bridegroom before his In* Redland ft T. A. real from 4 to r p. tn. The turkey Sacketv ,
Church in New Orleans on Toe duction, Into the army, ..worked Nov. 116 Meeting of W. S. C. S. chant wilt be staged at ,I. The .Nearly, fifty.:oven and ',oemen ., "
lay. Not .. with the It S. Army engineer Circle One with Mn. Dan WU- Winner ot the those will be presented from, the- alt base attended. ,the '
'The'bride wore *powder-blue and met hU future bride' when he llama and,Three with Mrs., J. "a with the''bird, -which, will open. .house Jast, Sunday.: , ' ...:;
suit and navy blue accessories. came to Hotneitead to assist In Redd. be cooked for him by USO arrangement ? Early oranges provided. from"
The mother of the ,bride was the survey:Of'the site VI Homestead Nov. H-Meeting of Homestead .Movies will be enjoyed the.grove ot Mr; and >tn. ,Ceo,. ..
present :at the wedding and"tetnrned Amy Air Field i t.'T. A. front 7to3p.m.andata:30 pt' Wright Vforded' ..tnJ01- :' '
I to,her horn here Sunday. \ S gtC and 'Mi*. SoutharA will Nov. IS-USO dance sponsored the big dance will begin The holiday then( to the :soldiers frequenting .
I The, mother, of the bridegroom make their: horde In' Alexandria,! by'Altar Society of Sacred Heart motif win be carried mt la the'VSO, last week, says'. Director. :. ,
also, witnessed the ceremony. La. where.Set Southard".stationed Church. decoration and in refreshmentswhich W. t: D. Ward.
The bride In her high school at Camp Claiborne. Nov Jo-USO dance. will be provided by women 'The' dance Thursday evening of. .1
Nov. 'XI-USO open house. of the Homestead Presbyter-, last "Week was I sponsored 'by$tJohn' ,
FORM OF MUSIC" PRESENTED I ,Nov. M-Meeting Homestead fan Church. Episcopal Church; Hostess '
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It11 : Art Club at home of Mrs. Ralph Plant for the Thanksgiving cel..bratlon es!' were:'Mrs. M.: 'F. While Mrs
BY MRS. GALLAiHER FOR MONDAY CLUB i Kingman. were made at a meetingof O. J. Roman Mrs.'Nettle'Akio-,
I Nov. J3-Meeting of W. M. V. the Soldier Advisory Council brook' Mrs. R. W. Cauiens Mrs.
Opera as a Form of Music' Mrs. Carl Anderson. Mrs. Julian study class. last week at the base theatre of W P. Radford. Mrs. 'A. ;L Bur-
I H. Webster Mrt. H. L. Brandenburg Nov. 25 -, Thanksgiving Day HomestMd FIeld. green )''Irt..' Philip Ryan Mrs. E.
prorented Mn B. P. Webb, Mrs/ Chas. dances and amusement. programat The open house next Sunday E. ,Vinlea, Miss Eleenof Stewart,
I the Monday Music Club a SteHanl Mrs. Frank C. Anderson. USO. afternoon will be sponsored ,by and Miss Marjorie Sackett. Music
was entertained this week at the Mn. J. J. Clark, Mrs. E. H.I Dec. I-Evening meeting of the Pint Methodist Church 'of was provided by the base.orchestra ..
; w home of Mrs. A. M Logan. Collier, Mn. Gordon Ivey, Mrs.J. American Legion Auxiliary. Homestead The Redlanl P. T. A. and Millemade'cook1et
Miss Clarice Dodson played I'' R. Rutland, Mrs. Whitney W. Dae. Meeting of W. M. U. will be the' hostess group at the and limeade were served'A; special -<' ,,
piano number "The Triumphal Beam, Mn. Frank Hauwnan Mrs Circle Two with Mrs. E. U Law dance Tuesday evening for wblch feature was the recognitionof '
March" from "Aide"; Mrs. SamJ. C. I, Chlpley Mr. Joe L> Burton, rence. an orchestra will pIa,. 'An unusual the birthday anniversaries. of
Davis presented violin obligate Mrs. Vane Harris!, Mrs. W. B. Dec. S-Meeting of W. M. U. 'surprise feature Is being Miss Norma de Maria, a junior'
"Meditation" from "Thais", MIl'". Mrs R. 'E: Edwards Mn. Circle Four with Mn. A.D. Smith. planned for this dance. On Thursday haM!.'Ii,. and John Clauson of the otI\",
to piano accompaniment of Mrs. W. E Gsby Mrs. S. L. West, M... Dec. 3Observanceof Lottie the dance will be sponsoredby 54th equadron The door prize t
., Howard L Johnson; piano selections -I Herman Marks 'Mrs E. L. Lawrence Moon day of prayer by; Baptist the Altar Society of Sacred was won by Pfc. Paul R, Saunders "
from "Parsifal" were playedby _and Mrs_B. M. _Hindman._ __ WM.U. Heart Church and the usual Saturday Of Homestead FIeld. .,
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.John Pope; and Mn. 3 D. M ------- night dance will be held The Red land Neighborhood I

Redd presented a piano solo from ASSOCIATE GRAND MATRON OF FLORIDA Nov. 20. I Club. under the direction of Mrs..
"Samson and Delilah". "The Last Lass night's dance 'was.spon Frederick R. Weberentertained' ,
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;JRoae 'of Summer" was sung by IS ENTERTAINED BY AD ASTRA CIAPTER sored by the American Legion at the dance Saturday night Hoe- '
'M.... Wm. Mueselwhlte to accompaniment Auxiliary under the direction of teases were: ,Mrt, W, O. -ChawMr : .-
played by Mrs. Redd. Mrs. Mabelle Ramey, associate blossoms and a profusion of oth- the president Mrs. Wm. J. 0<<- *, RA. Holmes, Mrs. A. ,B.
Mrs. M. C. Lawrence was ac- grand matron of Florida, was. entertained -t er cut flowers. Assorted sandwiches onlmo. tn recognition Armistice Paul Mrs. E E. Vlhlen"Mrs... Fred
bepted as a member of, the club. Friday night by Ad and fresh citrus punch Day, local Legionnaires were Invited Sober, end Mrs. W. .K4714 '
Coffee pumpkin pie with Astra Chapter of..... 0. J:. S. She were served. as special guests. Coffee and
,whipped cream and salted nuts was presented a gift by Mrs. doughnut were' served, .'' The' University Club will ,meet'
in orange baskets were served by Lloyd Delta in, behalf of, tbe,TfJ- MRS. M.C. LAWRENCE HONOR The birthday' anniversary 'ofpre I'Monday evening, Npv ')I}Vat the.
e the hostesses Mrs. Logan Mrs. Cal chapter, If'a">' GUEST AT FACULTY PARTY BoB Oaboroe was observed,home of Mrs.. Ruth Scott on N- W, ,-.
r... H. Hood Mrs. A. W. HutchInson The chapter and banquet halls! Mrs. M. C Lawrence, former at the Tuesday1 night dance witha 1' 14th it 'Mrs Ivan Moser, wily btI ,
and'Mrs. Frank Webb. were decorated with yellow elder secretary of Homestead schools, taite'decorated with; lighted I co-hostess; .
1 Others present were: Mrs. "W.k. Was honor guest at a party given
Rbeoey Mrs Lee H. Lehman, MRS. HEDVLHN SPEAKER "1' Monday evening by the facultyat
AT P. T. .A. l'aOOUKS'J.I'' the home of Mrs. Ruth Scott.
M. T. E. CATO TO ADDRESS Mrs. Hermim. Helnleln, : Mrs Lawrence was presented a
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HOMESTEAD P. T. A NOV. IT gram chalrmaskol Dade Copo silk comforter as a gift from the 1 AA Me YfAA 1K A Se tai y -

Dr. T X. Cato, head of the I ty Council of Parent-Teacher Associations group.
Dade County Health Unit, will spoke Tuesday at the Before her recent marriage atjusiaFEWPHWESaDAYfig '
talk on the school health programat meeting of the Srtyt Bluff P. T. Mrs. Lawrence was Mn Loretta
the meeting of the Homestead A. on The Horne'r,1\.poRIIibl1 Home Watson. V I
P T. A. at S.4} p. m. Wednesday, Ity In Helpingthe, 'Child Understand Bingo was played, and a saladcourse i
Nov 17, It Is particularly Important World vCltixenshlp". She was served with coffee,
that the parents of all schoolChildren was "guest speaker at the Ponce and tea. ''
attend this meeting, an de Leon I*. T. A. meeting lastweek j "w1: lqf
tiounces 1481; ',.K: Brandenburg when her topic was "Build-, j1 'PnrefestPLENAMINS
president Ing Democracy in .Home, School =' 1
A hillbilly aMt will be presented and P. T,'A." ....,
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A pUylet written and directedby , Bi C; D, E, G sad ice. pits LIVER, IRON, "..7 9
Mrs. Mary D. Nettles, librarian
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of the Redland schools, was '" ..>6.W on" "
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presented 1'.101I _II essential vifaaMes J- you sipplemtat your 144 CAPSULES
tag of<< :the Redland P. T. A. In .. ..... diet with known quantities of vitamins. So,guard ,. _
I tie cast were! Carolyn Gattney. JAM steads isle .,' agaiaw vitamin oricUncyl Sun the woe PI.... 72's '&''''71' \
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WTVTER VISITOR HONORED
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"., .. ,., , ,, ,,,, , James T. Cram, who recently; CLASSIFIED ADSRATX
"irurn'.nrnuuruunrn" : : urennrnluurrLi:( rrulrnrj''''''h''rrunr'' ''rnut'rrrnrrlrnrinihrIRS. ' ' '
arrived from Vanderbilt Mich., 11 11.FOR

) S. I* WEST RE-ELECTED PRESIDENT to spend, fall third whiter to Florid : First toserttom, 104 *, UM, tubeequetl toaer7stRke M
City was given a surprise .
OF' FIRST )BAPTIST MISSIQNARY UNION party in the panoiug : Sd i. Ile. t

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Free Methodist :Church
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Mr*. S. U West wait re-elected th". meeting NOT 4 of Circle Four I birthday, Nov. .. RENT PERSONAL F \ :
the Missionary of the First Church. Mrs. 1
president of Woman' Baptist H. was greeted wtMa birthday .
.. Unlorr'let the First BpI>>- H. E. Edward wa the 1I00t_. 1 1
song and pl'eltnted.wtUllln. ROOMS and apartment, .1
TRIAL If
ReuoD'I'I excess add cauit ytn
UUt Church at the meeting Wednesday Others taking part In the program -
Ii> the Ice cream was .
by hot
croup able rate, wster pains of Stomach Ulcers, Ind).
afternoon. Other officersare Mr Julia Mrs.A. .
,. were Polk served with a birthday cake decorated -, er*. PabM .Hotel. Florida Oty Section, Heartburn,, DtkhilHfc
: Mrs R. E. Edwards firstlceprcsldent D. Smith, Mrs. Pet Morganand with. lighted candle.
Bloating Nausea. can Paint
Mrs. Howard L. Mrs.. S. H. Fitch. AIM -
\ present were Mr. Naomi
The guests : FonLE gel free sample, Udg, at
i Johnson, ,second vice-president; were Mrs Howard Johnson Dano. Mr*. Edith Tamblyn, JtmAd Brown's Pharmacy pc2l': i
r' Mrs. L. B. Cnntford. third vice- Mrs. Catherine Pickard. Mr*. L. K. Green. Misses' Beatrice and y .
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'. p""Iden141'1I.. T, E. Kirby, recording Bishop, Jr, Mrs. Jack polk and Genevieve Cline, Margie Correll, TURKEYS FOR SALE Retail' WANTED u'

r secretary Mrs. E. L. Mr*. 1T. Nixon Shirley Trefxer, Juanlta, Unda dressed draws only. No dellv-: ,

. Lawrence assistant recording .secretary The next meeting will be held and Hit Rohrer, Jeredean Tim erie J, A. Hudson Bauer dr.I AN1'ED-Sd of eitcyclopcdlasj;: ,

..., Mrs Ernest Francis, corresponding Dee. I at the home of Mrs. A D. blyn, Driu BaldWin Robert and and Country Club rd. Phone preferably the World Bnok TeM : ',

f: secretary, and Mrs E.H Smith. Charles Cornell Paul Yrefser, Edward 2CW. (nl2\l) I ephone 090-J, nil)

Collier, treasurer, and Robert Whlddcn and 1 I'I
30 or 10 NEW HAMPSHIRE pul
1 c A program on "Paganism. was: ANNUAL, TURKEY DINNERTO Rodney and Letter Rohrer. lets. Mr. F. M. Henderson,. need 11'0'WItb or without
presented by Mrs Lawrence,: BE SERVED THURSDAY homes. S prospects waiting.
Princeton. (nil 'I
leader of Circle Two, who was' Th Florid City Community ALTAR SOCIETY TO HOLD Drop m* a postal or call J, JC, J

assisted by Mrs. Or* Frz yir and I Church will serve its annual turkey TWO MEETINGS MONTHLY J834 CHEVROLET I-door _d.n. Dora, 22463, Miami at my. ex,

Mr*. O. C. Radford dinner at 1:30: o'clock toext I The Altar Society of the Sac Hector Supply Co. Phone 31Hom eRI'. Reverse chargeso29d301

I" Plan were mad' for an all-day I Thursday evening .In the Sunday red 'Heart Church, which hu >ad. Fla v 103-if) I I I
[ mission study session at the. school rooms been netting monthly will meet "
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church on Tuesday Nov. 23. and I II '- on the tint and third Sundaysof FOR':'sXtt-Modeif A 1% ton! WILL PAY fS to $29 for Junk

I for observance ofthe Lotus BOOK: COMPLETED e. month during the winter, Glade Buggy and Fordson; can a also farm machinery:

, Moon dy of prayer for foreign BT W 8 C. ";. It wu" derided at a meeting Sunday JTractor. Also 84 gaL oil drums.' Wolf Auto Wrecking, P. O. Box

...mission on Dec 3. The last chapters, of "We Who ,horning In the, rectory Wolf* ...Auto.'recklRJt: P.. O 791 Homestead, Da Phone
j, Present 'also-wen Mrs 'T mad forgiving a I 3I1S"?. r (021 le
T. Are America" were completed Plans wet) Box 701, Homestead, lie. Phone I II li

Bowen Mrs Fred McGraw, Mrs.. Tuesday bt the W. S. C. S. of the USO. party on Nov. II MY, ti (o'Ltt):
H. C Redjn! Mrs,'Lee Fread, Mrs First Methodist Church-under the Present wereMr*. Charles i I Mh.dd: ..ilr ,In..to Canty rat Pody jI
rtorMa "IC!
t James C. Vann and Mr*. J. Tom leadership of Mrs. O. Sewell Pal Pope Mr*. Clark Robert, Mr*. RARE TROPICAL TREES, shrubs, ...t *a. Bhirk I. GrKflM Ktotwmt Para .
Vann mer and Mrs, J. W. English. L C. Smith, Mrs Leonard Kent: ornamentals, palm Phone Cal I KM.M a .... PIM.. sea a. fun M, !.

I' Mrs. Frank irwin was hostess Circle One will meet Tuesday Mr*. & J. Lynch, Mr*. Louis Dal-i kins, fcbS-W, S min. of Florida :I Ik.TW c.tmommont al, MM slaw..'rapm"T rurld.. nvlrttto > .

Thursday afternoon of last weekto with Mrs Dan William, and Circle ale M... T A. Mannerly and the Oty. (j2Jtf) !,'' rid wnirkvw.. MM U low MUM eel '\

Circle One of the W M..U, of Three, with Mr. J, JX !\edd.I Rev. Michael J. Nixon.NUTRITIONNOTPS. I 1 i I' MU-Uvl. w.MM Cl wrUMrate rUnliM Jell !tIP M.4bM4 .
the First Baptist Church. LO'iJ '' tfrfHitm M .... the utM'rtf 'I
'''!In iil> 4 the Is will W ward to tow fctth .
The group discussed mission I ARMY HIVES' CLUB MEETS 7? ** ' nt kkMOT >l low Cse.t Maw *... M J
4,Plrt.- doe tint MoMUr ta the MMIIII rf Doo -,
work ln.Chlna. Butterscotch pre LOST Doberman -
'RECREATION AT USO
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t I MiiMr. ..... vkMi 91 the .." us '"l ;
and coffee were served by- the Op-n face snniwlohrs. cookies Try putting .parsley In stewsmeet tl"II'lITlllnllt stub tail': DiniMlUl. 1S4S, ,i t
hostes The other present wen and limeade were served by M"- loaves and raw veftrtablealad Notify Charley Pope, Rout 1.1 pad this led f.Jt d-r .*LKATHKRHAN Hii..ml <. IMS ;i J.

Mrs., J. Tom Vann, Mrs. ,Jennie Allen, chairman .*f the' ArmyWives' *. It contains viUmfn A- Box 417, Eureka drive, Homo, ikrk.f Chinos. Viirt, \ .

Smith and Mrs T, T BowenMr Club; at its ting: Wednesday / vitamin C and Iron, stead ?,|. {pnI2.I fir D H Me. C.Oo.imr ITEaKKTr, .riwM P.I c. >\11 i
*. W, D. Horn and Mrs. afternoon, in the USO Clrtull ewes Ml t
Or Frazeur were named as a Games were enjoyed; .and a bid you know that tboift three LEGAL NOTICFS, 1
'i nominating committee for BaptistW trot, was won by Mr*. Mildred medium-tided tomatoes furnish 1
M. U. Circle Two at a meeting NOTICE or APPLICATION
". Pippin. vitamin rot i
I la day'i requirement of
at home tof) Mrs. Ernest I TAX DMDCKiMw rag Felonies
the The next meeting will be held Jut W ;
C for the avenge person' sera IS4I, 'i
t' Francis on;.,Nov. S. : Wednesday afternoon Nov. n.I rn. A SMI !' I

Mrs E. 1,. Lswrence leader, I and wives of enlisted men are Pl-kle NOTICE W. ..W....HEnRY. toWw of CIVEM auto IMhid .M .CAB SERVICE .
prevented the program, and Mrs asked to' advise Mrs. ....\len..t Cook plenty of beet O.,H. ",tea MftHlMM* N*. hale 14 I ,
those you ,flon't use at the first less. Iuut4 Uw Ilk day J.l>. A. D' '
James C. Vsnn visiting leader of
Intention I
Telephone 371-J of their 141, k.. IW MB n mr otfirt, Dad' .f reasambl tests
Clrch three. JIve the dtvotlonal I to attend.fRRISTMAR. serving or try them In salads MI bade WHMthM for a Ka deed M'
toned! vegetable M listed UiinM. Saw OntrlMM MKmra
A. ,eedinlt'Prlndples of Baptist -- DIce them for H
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Ik* fall* ad mifnltiit fitlttlfI 9108
Phone
Co-operktlon'Vw** then by. Mrs. BAZAAR WILL salad, or combine. chopped..teats. Ik*' aasW d. {*+, slam ., ftartM,.' Day ..",".?... :

O. C. Radford M CONDUCTED ON DEC: S, IC with hard-boiled .... Of M i1, .
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sttdl HkAvlror a Av Night' Phone ........ 239
Present. 4I1ao. were, Mrs. Ben The annual Christmas bazaar of Meek IS. ..... I. l. doe fIoontw ., 1.
: .D4. Bubo *4 r...U.. M w.wae.d isOwan.ar 1
Young -Mrs. Fread Mrs. HIV will
i Lee St. John's Episcopal: Church Fish I* a J>rotul-rlch food. N. '.... The neneewal.r
,;: Rcdln, Mrs, T.. E. Klrby, Mrs. be held Dec t and 4 In a convenient 1 When you buy .flshr be 'sure If* amid bads' the amid orlUl--"' HOMESTEAD: CAB 6ERtl'a'r. 1

J. ,RChamMI I s.'>ytTt l ,'B.'A. taffortL 4 eII"lowlldoeaUon.1Scmlno1 fresh; 'with ,the flesh firm, and sob 7sO/awed a, Seems was a.Is low.;:: s It ..eww Pets : O. ,rlssanev. Fr *.

Mr*. L, B. Cranttord; 'Mrs. tndlsn handicraft needework e1atlIthe bright and full ..*..IS, fmn I. It the c.u.".Ie i !
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B. 'W :Culbeeth' *nd Mrs. Hardy .and hand-made gift win abled J-WlM, .. on kn*<4l b IIooIt.j'| "
with; black pupil not gray or HMI N. 44M ,.. .MMDIM "'f ] .
life of Sister Elizabeth ,b* featured sunken. 1IMIIH _. .Ik* MM tJoootr ..............-.-.--.........
Kenny,'Aostrallkit. nu/e who In Women' of the church will bold .. Is tIot ...r d 'Uakanwn.Usk. _
.. .....- else. be v.A ,
CARPENTERS LOCAL:
t'.ne'troduced- hew method of treat an all-day.luncheon: meeting-each wadsee .. Mw. Ike atdr.rrM.d [ .
.men\.torriafsatUe paralysis' was week In the church parlor; to I I. Oatmeal It high Jn Iron, thla- :If'i;: ear aid to this.J N4VUM
": slaw" slew de I
'reviewed by Mrs.. T. ,D. Plebe ail make preparations for the basaari mine phosphorus and protein. M bkkome Uw Srrt llMAr ta the BWHl .TrvprraUr MEETS n ST AND THIRD .
?_ .. ,. -- - -- let -kirk b the. ,:ale Amp{ 'nnJ..DAt..1'. Uttfloa ,

i .:. TV. TNOSIVVBO- AH BKAFINtn. Wv ,... An OM fw'tkf IMrf-rf.ltMrhiir.. ORB,pad TRY Ik* NEW -ALSW.T of PRdebb Doordwri,state'''S.ilM "f "i* IS.S.teTnr ; Hall 8, Kr****, HoateMeM .

p,:. iY_.. r/ws<'' ......". '. .', ." A ':Ark *t ClKMM 4 Cnrt' ., ; ......" ...........................
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' \jI- . ,'- '. 'j Orfc St, SS. ]Mae._....M,.ItN!. 1 1f s. L KendrickJUSTICE }; ,
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\ A..m./ed M far Lam-fns". 111-4-al I NOTICE Or' A..UT.O" Pon I
't ... ....r_ aide. tJI W. LI..4.; w..4.R, ..,.Laak .... ."% blow .-AI'1tRx"'Slat'rMdkt BEARIY0 f- vow 00:"" ,I or THE
:Art,' Atawliw WSW-....._, <. ......*-B...-.. h a PrW..t'u doe -,A calX" to. AmnMr rttt4 is .messed* Clalmeer SVTSS-ArM .,* left I I FEACB i

,+r} .Tees.inifc toihiwfe* A<..... VM TAO onv ..ow. Jtt d tIC 1. .un1' GIVIJI iWattesr"w ,I
Cerleme .M Ewh.v A. e- Birth Certificates ..n. *4b r ' i .. fli ..... slit V.Imrbil SNOW /.ricer's a IkrMiHl Ml .*.. tntlov _.
m' rt* 4k* tho MBW AUHKX Hl" PWdW, _. pn.wbae .f bar" hearse .Avanor Wilt t> _KW nnl"" .. ...,..., ". h.adne. he'tee ...... ......... a.s-will ...... A. 1) 1041. bas 11" saes ..-.. '
BAaiNG AID Ik* ( md"f!?: MW ,15. now "a anent be slew ... was w.adp ........_ T..I
_aloe fn .................. VMIMS <.. This ........ M .....sew for ......( tow as iMmM'mri d Neer 7.A.MwMhearing e tax does ..., be lamed she ., Ode Ftllews BU.. t
r IN* ,NEW Hey. 'AVRRT"'ss' M. W. In .t llssNntr*', fta.
salad ta saw
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AVRFX ,CO. whoa Mhmabwi.'e low mum we be. re '_ !lot.'_ .Lr.mlheetmed I Ir '
bees der.Wd yeelad...Tfflu to mare a..h asset ahsi e.4 ;1r" w a .11. Try Us When You Need .

.tW ....... '"fMHOT*,tuU twnHmr .UMr >. isle der .Ie ....... "me .haws this sm I '
( Hw ihif, !boat MirltM ..>-_.*, X.h ........ '.w whkt will "a Intha A. Haircut "
... ..< swig ki..CM Ulriu out a'aa4 .sLrswot Ill net Slow l'
Mk.r .....Alto .....l4 was ...... ...kim. .. beeatss se.Ie ...' It bas Jhe-seed'. sill 1 ,Share ,
4W.b.' .., D.ea.i ....... r-4.lhnt rte, .WW Alm .A AL " !
=spbamesf am ills.. lot w. .ww.. ,....: 7600 am woad :-::: AMA 1 ...--. ...... .
'pane 'us.ae'swdab liHie..t .ra11t' 1..ht etthla... .ab,. . Aria .,, ..
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... ,{?:Q iJMCV'Qd athrsl"Iw,. 'r.*."a1w"baewloooh ,, ,t'ha.,. .... saw vek w..r1. aM, wise .AID $hii .* Qfetltmsrf' ) ...:......7Se ;
..-..._,io ...;...... ." ......... _hww, .ttI ..-111.r e.h.,...... bee0 bud f*
r the -...i .Pad-wd In tier ow ,,.......,.., .- ...... ,ow-P .M hMM.M to SOUR EYES : sow .. .I.IU. .r" '; .J 1 ;

t .fobM NM 1",.-tor..Nr.. ..I.IMwner;tack.lhr.-. 1 .... !j jj heW _. .,.?.....?. M s '" ,
..,.-..-.. __, era -i. .Leone "AURRT"rf..h We IS pessehed'ali b sap" resew rae .y.t"a- 7k.obiaad.s
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N s i dl ; .led ".',-t..l t;.....bFw -'i will ..... too!'.0starItebe-- j y
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The Rev and Mrs.Fred Thompson Mrs. L P. McLean returned Mr. and Mrs C. B. Roberta of ,
who spent the summer InCleveland I Tuesday night from Luraberton,,I Klmlnwnee were week-end guests '2
O, returned lut frl- N C, Where she visited for terersl -I IMUJ'Ph7 of theft son and daughter-in-law ;
JlroundHomestead
In and day to their winter born at Na- week with nor Water, Mrs. Mr. and Mn. E A. Roberta rt J
I' ranja.Set.. BennettMr Camp Sedland. ..:
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and Mrs. Frank Brewer of and Mrs. Fred Moates of ft*,
Homotowl field were guests of JAMES AKCBXE sMITh '
Punta Cords and their son, Francis ,
Mr. and Mn. Walter Thompson at and Mra. Key Moates of Arcadia BOt1PlTAI. mw I$
their borne on Tennessee rd. Monday .
and her daughter, Carol
ii Aane returned to their homes I
t Mf and Mrs. Dermas Byars; home in Kannja after spending Wednesday after a brief vlalt with I Mr and Mrs. CIlia G Calder iI
have purchased for a home UNf I the summer rUlUnr In Medina Mrs Blanche bishop of Miami Mr. and Mrs Robert Glenn, Jr.'I wood are parents ef a ten-pound .
son bona Nev. I la James Archer
\ B. Brow property ett Bauerdr. and other points In Ohio. spent the week-end with her I Smith HosplULMedical
brother-in-law and sister,Mr. and '
Mrs Carl Schumacher .f Miami -' patient this week: were
,- w i D. Redd returned: Wednesday Mill Patricia Brown and J. F Mn.Raymond India. I spent Monday here with her'I'Miss Flora McLean and V H
'I y t iron I brief business visit In Tampa Plummet of Covlnfton Ky will, :sister, Mrs, T: J. Walker Mr*.Don Etmmooa, both of lomestead.
r' \ arrive today to visit Mr and Mrs. Mrs. Howard L. Johnson and Donaldson of Tsvemier and her I Mill Ellxabeta Craddock of
J. D. Barnes. Mir Brown Is a daughter Janice, spent the week- daughter La Von, were gusts at Homestead was a surgical patient
Dr and Mrs. L C. Polk of TYler niece of Mrs, Barnes and Mr. end in Miami with Mrs. Johnson' the Walker home Monday eve 'I sad Richard Vihlen underwent a
) Tex. are spending two weeks j#Plummer Is her fattier mother Mrs. MInnie Austin. i ning. tonaUlectomy
here with relatives
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1 Mr, and Mrs. Ben$. W. Morris f
( had. M |utf on Thursday of:
; \ ,last week Mrs Morris1 brother and 1
f ) ibter-ln-liw, Mr; and Mr. D. W.
I; .. Peten of Rsdford, Va., Mr*. David I
Shaver of Lakeland and Mrs.M JjnusyaiOpportunit
i' Kenneth Sealer of Coral Gable
Mrs Peters II president of Had-.
: ford Stale Teacher College.r. .

.I Mn. W. K.-Haai who ha been In
), M since July li able to resume Re.ntalProperty
her activities ala.I .
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; Mn L> a Crantford wfll leave
.( r I Tuesday for her farmer home fat
Chattanooga to visit a Ma and
: diufhter-ln-Uw, Mr. and Mra. I* .
I, fn B. Cranttord it, and another aon, 150 feet on paved street. Includes one cottage,. : i
J Care* Crantford Shewin return '

.' early In December one 4-unit apartment.house ;and 5-bedroom residence I

,: Mn. t, W/;tit of Miami : >
WM a guest last week,of Mr. and :;'
i all furnished. Good !
partly "I"
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I ; Mr. and Mn.-L. D. Wyman during property. Price right. ':< "': < '. "'here's !

have returned to their winter ,

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4. FLORIDA CITY your opportunity-r-Re irat Uail ;* I
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t, next to Hotel Remand, offered fer'qmk'k' &.': > ', I I

and Mn. David: Snow of < '. ;.) I
North Haven Conn arrived last Price right and attractive tee ':}';AV ", ft '
ij week ta spend the winter at their ; : : .
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Misses Doris and OlUe endI '"
dock; of Homeitead and their ".' .
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iohed house
brother Allie are visiting Mr. andMn. Practically f vin : +
..Lawrence Becker for a few .'

week with plenty of fruit trees, tropical. entft e Jto t- T;!'

Joe Stanley of Key ,West is .
visiting relatives-here. als, and garden.<< Price right. t?

.' Mr. and Mn. Harry Degler
their grandson, Charlie Degler.
and their. niece, Louise Degler, all ..
4 61Key; est, are visiting' hen Ten} acres of land with 3-kdroem, I house. Five

to avocados and M6n Faces-east '.....
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t The W. W. win meet acres .
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Friday ht the Mrs. J. B. , ,
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i Thunday be M the at 'Community:111. ; Church & tractor. Half acre &t red IIip.i for yearreaidgarden. '. '

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king of Miami were Sunday vial-
ton at the' home, of Miss Eunice: I $150; corner lets, $15. > ,. 3 f
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