Title: The leader-enterprise
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00623
 Material Information
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 3, 1943
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00623
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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11..i:Council Will Set Date PPCELBEBARREDFRON. :

; ()City Caucus' Monday PARTS OF HENDERSON RD: AND ,t

im'\ Almost first mention thla year/ Flying Stories 'of. ''II t este d-Burnta CAMPBELL AT AIR ..BASEj:\\j

=' of.the! biennial city election which
Run Are Recounted for LegionnairesFlying
<,,4.' will>ke place Jan. U, lIt4. was
K' the: announcement thi week The mile-and-a-h sections of
experience on hit army: rartly at Homestead Field, explained Campbell dr. and Hendenon rd.
"j Mayor: Tom H-rrltUI.tth.
a, city
transport run from Homestead to the construction of the
'. utuncl1 on Monday night wil} set Burma in 1MM1 were recountedby new bomber'now being produced FILE RETURNSBEFORE lying within 'the .boundaries of ',
N the,dllte for the city 'caucus.. Capt ,R. T. Wise, instructor for the army.Refreshments. Homestead Army: Air Field will ,
i( At the caucus, held by custom at Homestead Field, at the meeting were served after not, be cloud by military order f
", \: other than la compliance: with of.John O.'SaUey Post of the the program. DEC. 16 until tfttiataetory bJ4la.re
; American Legion Wednesday eve- worked out for civilian traffic,
!ny provision. of the City charter; nt.... Capt. Rise's'talk was heard Cspt Thee. B. Royal, poet engineer .'
,1 or ordinances' voting citizen of' by more than, thirty Legionnaire LOCAL Ad-LABOR' Farmer with auffidafit' Incometo stated yesterday.
Homestead gather.usually'' In the and by the American Legion Auxiliary require filing a declaration of Campbell dr, and Hendenon rd.
I'" ,school auditorium- to place in which adjourned its regular estimated' 1MI income and victory are Important east-west and
r nomination two. candidate for I meeting ,early to Join the group CAMP ERECTION( tax,am required to file and Itortb-eouth thoroughfare! In the
'mayor and two candidate, ;for Col.O'Ctinnen, who 1* teal to ''make payment on or before eaat glade farming area, and tear
t, of.five of the Dec. 1!, unlesa they filed. Sept. 15, had been felt that (arming
.. l+ aeveft. places! opera-'JL,
"-.t." -,""".... ..''.'.','. ''' 1 w:1&U": :WAY w."'. Hobart gj..Haapegaiy. coarmIealober'of'lateinal ,"'-. .....TW.H; 11_ rnw.-t'icappii
: ;)4m fse'DIN revenue.. In the, area: should ,UM ,
,;" rJi. !; Bomtnatlon by petition aigned Construction Those making their first report road be closed as wa* Red rill '
i tar qualified voter*.find filed with of the Homestead mint apply few the declaration "Into tie lath it airport at Miami. .1
the city council la accordance with WAGE mobile camp (or housing 400 negro 1 form It they do not still have Plan (or by-paste are now .1
,.pl-ovialotw: in the ell soda.r farm laborer got under those mailed to them In August, being worked out by the county ;I,
,:The I mayor ;and ,eounef&nen WFA RULINGihximum again this week after delay*' W"I. Mr Hannefaa .. commission and the' army..CapC: f'
'elected Jen.'if,w II |o,into office ed by difficulty in obtaining Due to the difficulty of esti Royal said, and definite plans
','on Jn,:#, ber for the floors, framing and matingthe :t.nntrI'ax, this I should be formulated by "Wed "
: y >Pree >tj touncft member* ors: wage'rates for citrus mess hall of the tent city report croup hat been,given until Dee nesday or Thursday of next week
.",: JT' R. Bird, Nary Brooker,'1,. arvertlng labor established by Manager E. A.Roberta of the Red- 19 to lie declaration, whereas At no tone, he said 'Will elviliaii
fl,''C, Chronfctwv. E.\JOrby, B the war rood Administrator land Farm Labor Supply Center. others were required to file Sept traffic be hampered by the cloeIng .
. ,' Frank a Sue and The camp la expected to be ready II Farmer are alto given more of the toad *section. within .
,. rMorrta: Mr. Brqoker and Mr. are nowin, force, announces LIt I (or"occupancy by Jan. 1. leeway In estimating and are Dot tilt air base .,...
Xirby are "haM-over Ambers of Kramer, chairman ()tbe 1 The mes*, hall which will be subject to penalty; unlett they underestimate Preston B. Bird chairman of
\the camel; that I*,' they ,:w.PttaaitocnaticaUy Florida USDA Wage Board. ',!entirely of frame construction, Uielr tax by more the county commission w4 advised !.i
.elerted for, two The W r A order prohibits 'will double M a warehouse for than onethird.BARDELL. this week:, by: Capt Royal; P.
term by -virtue cf the:act that trnployers from paying higherthan storing camp furniture and other that "due to change lit policy of Mk f
they w rethe two high men to properties during the summer higher 'authority, that, part ot
the 1M3. 'election. the following! rata which month when.the camp 1* not' in DEATH Henderson rd and Campbell dr.
apply to citrus fruit picker, to user Mr. Robert said. The,..housing which lies within the boundaryof ;
:1. .."' 11 8M ..... loader end to truck driver who accommodation will be'constructed INQUIRY CLOSED .thit reservatioi/'l. to. be closed.
Yet isegh il" Metal Use work: in grove. of sturdy wooden platform : It I* therefore unfair(Jto let you
For picking grapefruit, eight and surplus army tent, spend money on repair, that'we
Motorist were tread this week tents a field! box; for,.,picking five carload of which were delivered No _Inquest will be held III'the had a verbal agreement on. , V
'\y;Oov. Siwnard L. Holland to grapefruit and loading In bulk early in October. can of,Oscar Lewis Bardell,, M \\t tThe agreement mentioned )>*
r 'tern in their old license tea when 1ft truck, in grove, 'eight centa; Work 1* under supervision of who died Saturday in, the Dade (Continued oa''Fage Fin), #
i. they: purchase their 1M4 tap, and for picking budded .orange. 11 Ceo. L Miller ot CaIro Ca, War bounty; Hospital from a skull treat i iTubfrrulot
,warned that there win be no ex cent a field box; for pcttn.d. Food Administration construction tUft suffered Friday night when S *I gale
tension of the,Jan 13 deadline. ling oranges, 29 cent a field engineer. With the exception of he apparently Into the aide I Scheduled far Saturday a
The new tag, canary yellow with box; for, picking tangerine, SO hit permanent crew of key men, of a car driven by J. IV Culpepper -
black figure, went on tale Wed- (Continued on Page Five) Mr. Miller ij using local labor to Coroner Sid L. Kendrick Mid I Jim,T. E. Kirby it local chsir- r
beads I constructing arl+p. Mr. Robert yesterday. ,man'and i Mr*.;Carl Anderson-
The metal shortage make It r..po.rary Job Holders said, I Police, investigation of the aecldent chaIrman' ot the thirty-sevenih
Imperative that the old Ug \be The camp 1* located oa a ten- which occurred 01S.. :annual,Cfc/lstmay,veal sale which
Retain Allotments
turned In for use as salvage Hoi TO acre ,tract at the junction 0( &! Krome' ave. at Fifth at, establiihed ,I I. being staged 'by 00 the bide
land said. the act that Mr. : arcIel1tne" I Tuberculoai AModatton.The .
Acceptance of temporary employment Mbwry at, and the '"Five-Mile County
by mother of, service rt."just eoutheaa)',ot Homestead 1 to Ma death through hit I seals, the proceeds, from,
p'' THEWEATMRlt. men will It'lnterfere"wlth the Army Air Field. I own negligence; Judge) Kendrick which, go to, fight' tubtrculoal.I .
raid. will be sold'on" .Out street tomor'Member
.l',' 0ftWat....... M ituji..,..,Lf" iefleMex. payment- of dependents' allot- '.' I Mr. Barite.,"*, retired jeweler I r.a ,"" .of tMuHeMe.: 't'f"
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'i1 from Brig. Gal K S. Gilbert to BY DES 10 whit hat mad his bom*'he.*list:... Arl Scout ,trump Md;fa ''
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Now Bar. Beta c.on.rPat Cannon which MAIL the pert year, U survived by a :"'trt Meqis/ ewl la'Dixie, ,
a forwanted to' 1'raMit, :J. brother. Dr. J. W; Bardell of Yen 'Muc'-peNf' ,, Ifivtoea .pMe. po*. ("'
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.OY"JI 70 |M, ej" Brady of Princeton. FOR DELIVER I turn CaU and a stepdaughter Bible by the tale ot the seal are a
-otn 3T II I" 110.1&1troy. Mr. Brady had asked Mr Canaan I Mrs. fti'L. Wood of Warreh, O. tuberculin. twUee;X-ra/a, Buorceeopic .M
.. 36" a ISO( to determine whether mother I BY'CHRISTMAS MrYi Woods baa arrived In Home.tead gala octal......... ...joedhmtearvice i '.
to make funeral health esUstatia ,'
.OY. 21 : If 1.'It at man In the armed force cea arraoejeMM ,AHaaMllssainn >'
retain which wflj be directed fey aasl *ajialr.| reseech,'*.
: JIov: 30 | | take temporary Job and \ "
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I,.; To Usher Basketball Season Dec. If to the be naa delivered by Dec'ay 10 Christmas., U'they.are Sought. ,This leek by

'The"'basketball'..-on''IrlI1:'befebered celled lt 'basketball achedute.: 'Although .oirr pica for early campaign for the.'coliaetlonof close tomorrow,Mock feeders will'
in Friday night when the: The Grower lloe-up will'br: mailing has resulted in far heavier used dotting for the people solicit wearable clothing and t
.: Xomcstead Grower of Homestead. Flossy Utt,and Arnold .McQwala -I mail than usual. the ,tremendous liberated countries and for" relief shoe from every household In
",,High School at.21: plaO.. High' forwanh; Billy Fort, center war'demands OB .the tranrporta- purposes In the United the ares, say' Mr*. J. F. Hontmett. ,
" Otainondback and Harry Bishop and Robert Uon lyftesmTand our post Olcenwnpower { local >Hone leader Casualty tta*
the 1ted1an! < ; bid "
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; make it imperativethat State being waged week theta 0' the',district: will ftrvfa

take on a county high school, Sullivan guard Lott tke captain ,
,l.n the homo courts' ha been an'aU-.< te *tnr Jorthe Ckrlylnsas'tiarceld get into: by: the block plan worker orU rching depot. 'she says. unAtlotiora '
'Was filmed fro playSt .past two )ean.. the mart a* soon aa possible" Mr. DaM County tie,.,.a CeunciT are' asked \a delfvw Ituut

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I Private Func'; : Boxemia sand O. 9-.Vnli*. fftfc) .military eervtat ni their ".
;Riles SatOrda. and I 'Iteth8ariwlo-erne ,"
draw from the case I held eachnetday W
'I Held 'foar",3Irs. Aldric"I he to represented by Vincent C. pight at 145 taintedafler.uthc.
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SERVICE I Prwie'dsheral services.for JiAklrIJI Clblid prayer end study ?nEpheeval
tnc l>utbeglne, nt,8ro'dacit. :
"" << "' Q1 r !hankie ,'-**, Wife W Lewlt Methodist C,Choir ,
t C. Aldrich, p( Florida ,Cl\f, Wll'l'beld. 4
) More New Members "'_ s
U James Globe, agO 01 Mr.' Sgt W. K (Billy Walton left: Wedneiday afternosrt by the I Seeks Christmas Gift ,Itaxaarmt \
1 I Rev Gee E Deuel at the graveside '
Tuetdax for hit station at Fort
Md Mr*. H. M. Cibb of Horn Additional male and female
Dix, N. J., after pending a five In Memorial Park. ana SAT. Dee. i.4 :"
I the choir
I needed in ,
IliAd, bat tailed fob the Pacific Mra. Aldrich who came to Florida voices art .. ,'
day leave here with hteienother, First Melhodirt Church OLD POST orncc KLDQ
theatre of war where p will serve Mrt. W K. Walton. " ', City U years ago from Spanbh -, of of Homestead the nnouftces Director 1[SeMbteIe iBdlaB RaBdemfb d.II.,
; with the army engine re. U Qlbbt a a Flail' Honduras In Central America, who b extending batketa spree-Many ether'do.sknlte .
J. Lyon
"' ,bad beta stationed .t tort Ord, tdwtrd Kirby, M *$-, VSCO.I died Saturday at Dade County II a Irvine special |nvtt tlonU: > men In the gm artMea ar
Cat la March, 1944, ft* swiss bave and :Mra. Kirby left Monday for I Hospital after many )'eII..of.m-1 .. .
aenwdthre years leftfl* trmy. Ocala to spend a week.with Mrt neaL ..
j. Tire of bit brother also are In Kirby parent. Mr. and Mra I Besides her htuband ',th&. tuf'
tb army. Audr Glbb |* serving W. W. Vaughan, before .returningle visors include: three; children,'
\0 M 'a gunner In the Partfle. and Mr Klrby'i station In Eau i Mn. W. W, &nfl'l'oI'Jotide'f=icy, c'
Samuel J. Cibt Mr*. Frank SfJ.lJn."o' SMiu\) )Jf;,
t I* Rationed at Gallla. Mf..end:: Mrs, Klrb tpenti
'" 'fort; Cutter, Mich. the ThankgMng holidays :*ere I I aral ana Varrant Otter'Xfwt t
.. with Mr. 1UrIt,.'.'PIrenfa, Mr. and C AMrich.jrrrt5rto $atom
t Warren Maria fir.mariei. V Mrs:;, T, E. JPt!> air ba 4t.. AJVF. .T.('t'Xend"". ;Ain.. ..,
& tt, Ir iQ of KHt/ BockefeUer Institute in tfr.York Pyt Orbit Smith ban been i trana iE J.qt; es vti ralV

cite Warren, eldet "prt. of Mr.. ferrid, :fgwi Camp Crwifdeif" Mow lurnhihedta' J "I.an lb!
apd Mra. Benj; W 'JWrifc., wag' to Sheppard Field. Tea. :.' M ' vIri ,j: 8P"e;:
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Ke s.Uy. tie!"'"-Pit Je.*.. '* .
"Wm. r. (Bill) DlckIm """ .
We. Fred Shiner, on of Mrs. U..N.R. returned Wednesday to I. j .e : '
Mabel SUner.' -waving"'with the Jacktoellle:Nayal,'Alf[ SUtlon -' Underwood BoilsItlrint

the army in lu y,' ,Pt r Stmer. 'after ypendlnc.a* week. *! Slated:for 3P'.81
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Ml Ute States in Ki U iW'or\ feave here, 'lth.ybtn PMfa UrMn .
time was .tatlonf.ft'>ferW an4..Mrc. S.J.,',PIc\ . y I J Hearing ,0n i i\, "ppe ?bonA 'In'
Africa ( the case of'Otha! '". \\mdarwood,
1, 'a. 'a and Mra/ Also Branch: had]I convicted of aeopnd; decree! murderIn
i Dwight R. Hoch, sot of John' two of their three ION home with the rifle.*lay log1 cat John Gordon -,
R. .Hoch, former patter: of Florida them on Thankgvln| Day Pfc.| Ellis, ,It set (or > pv nt Monday *
City Community Church, recently Archie Brtnnen left Friday night I before Circuit Judge Marshall .
won his 'navy "wlr i of gold" for hit lUtlon at Camp White,> Wlsehcart.,
and :vas tommlttiorM tt\ ensign Ore. after a 15-day furlough and!1 Immediately. after sentencing
j In the naval raeI'V' Ensign Emory Brannen, woman 2-c itatloned -, Underwood to the ptnltcntlary.for
Hoch who completed hU flight at Sanford, had a 48-hour.to fun, Judge Wlaeheart set
9- 'training tours at PUaPola, will ,leave for Thanksgiving Pvt. Fel-I bond at $$0,090. pending ditpot. -
.. 'go MI active duty at ono of the ton Brannen serving: at cf nv : tlon of matters In.the JIM jn the aaai't
navy', air operational training I.munlcatlon* linesman with the circuit court.
centers before being assigned to I army In India, I Underwood attorneys, W. '0.I .
a combat ene. Te"\lone\

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Gerald Andrew, A. 8 U8NR, I w uTKS"sTIIDi 10 Press Sdoliirecio
arrived Tuesday on leave from, Ion
the Jackjonvllle Naval Air Station rY.
to visit his nOthr, Mr*-. ,'I I CMKMblU Less. :Vw" > 1U:.*. M .... Ill N. 11. M A... M. changes made 'n y out tale"if
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fROTOCIArBT ALL In BRANCH. wish any notifyphone
Blanch Smith. Gerald l<< u spendIng -I Elk: rwvwtb MH...I.|I, wNNs, 0111'".. .ad cnea htd.araaha. Special you listings, please
several days thl4 week vlilt- Rule ta ALL M..ton .( UMtr ......., .such flare Defl,,..... MI, Ie n... ,." .dlrtdory Off'IC' at once' BCeSure
tog hU randparent (Arcadia.:.I bw .......... tau Ma law, slowNlaalt .- to IM.'f"- "+' to check yoU present easily'identify

Christmas>; .|*estl*UlcAr 'i .4 raw .oalsmrp.k...,;,. .:4't gas I. file.IOtIO\ lee McAMae. .Jt.a.e that friends or customers can . .
fr. 'P' ned by Methodists ........'.0; ....,4e......... ......... ias ;hQa.btrkra :Far li.'o ., .... .' the need
made M .... ........ Mot MM* pAdgrw 'Your'Pame consider
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I I pWto ........ .o( -al.'li>* .... IM.ylea. saw II the time. empbYes and
A' Christmas prt% tm tilth fkfcM. 0 rmm< to. a". Far .. a net ." . aNeh'.Mr' .iwwM., .' adds a nrttite of'od4itionai l \listings for y our' them of..receivlng .
Santa Claus and a Yree will be MniwrMr 'artist _tttp.1\o I |t,dU> .Ml*"WOear family to assure
haldt -ChrtartnUa JrIat the:I Too .ww .aeon 1...W _.ae.ll.atpbotwmpiw eIIoeJ swabb .;\101I WWI* de **kea..eltr 'members.of'y .tit otherWIse 'm1lI','be''od..dditOnQUitns
N wed ..deals se's,. a, ena.ee'M..ha """"'". I,, ,calls which. ,4p ,' '
Fir t Methodist O>ut- nt KomateMk -I I Nf ..... .. only a f. cS
TIIII* Millie Uw HUtiKn ( ,. . ",sad :vela Fee e.e to 44" cost
'It has been d*"< ic4 by the:,Hnlci ,w,'t tithes *.* mtUmn-.win* pen ,.e4a torm ..7evbwM ter z
Boards of Christian WiKatioa, > .M mMkMrM.: Uh tin% N. w U. =. AIM :.,salt;;et' :' it months ...tAND.
On Oirlrtmai SuM.> there( Few kM' e1rrm a tnt* MW firtPM sale .M l rOril ''4*'kobto ..* ...... I.L ,.ELEPH
will be "-Whl. ChHAont" Pro;! Lard M M :Maw a -.at a..n.SNsd iit(8
....cn'\'IMIa gifts 'wll) V b\'oUaht''l_' M>*I.. ."..., ..., fellMX tea I Mil ItaM ...... IM-M>..* ae'.idle ... SO.UT ( P.A."Y;
a,e. ...nll tau .< your ..w'"! '. : wreh IIIdeI Mime to yt1An 1'tf GpAPH;
t>y the Tariyul church Woubelow'the ..rear seas. lie ern lass a. twlvsx : I lave d,...,.',.....,t..... Ja11M'ayq.wi IeaathgnATne- t
,Mtthodter Chiktrn'_' Horn. Of _.... ... rtu*. Jl pressed sIa to) Mb. Pay a.e .. kte .turflM ttk. w*. r .
t .t fnUrprtrt, Tie, I.IM. wrest bad nest'w> Work .hi VtHJ!i I:t Mt (MKMlMIt. 'fop.|'f i; i: t*\\, NOWAO. .
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m MtfmfUtnitnum mtiIHJ .Ilifi; :1rjp I :? '1_ ': ... BUSUNESffiRE 'making, wtiliv Pill!.tW public: gpyteo\drtven.15-rr6.Ity. ':..duE
wont apply the epithet .l "that development and one that hill
'kIkJIJj li8' illtfla woman driver!" to any of the)'new operation accepted with same ....-

: 20 Years Ago -WOMEN" .DRIVERSJOREELACEMEN j operator Whaf more Important aivmga.Jectiont.

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_.ad _ haw .... ,.... de4' ., ..;...... WGrtIen"1h'holrt veeay*employed -': Mtg; iM KeMerwbeWier -4 enw
} ; ': "= =. -t=: :*>,'' lima I are handling the shorter InterCity of a woman It at the wheeL'Tta
sass, sad a,.. 5T.: 1it\ki; ,, ln\tbi h +I. JJ w <Nftidf .wonteag '
.\ .,n*________....... CTcB vt W .,.1tII. ". ".. | ".e v preyed UeneMlvea. capable! route: They were selected' very fnt crtUclnni rewi'red' -
014.4 ... 116 101 a; .. *' from thousands of applicant come, oddly enoiqih frem ether
evwywhenrlbe -- o f'f' ***** ,at this west
: :'. ff.-. seta W R.\( aafg: .. ..to.. w..b;: ',0th1" **>...preduf. t.\11OIIIb., rigid examination ,forphyticartttneat 'women who Meta. to ,pMeat **<( t
-"f mW ip ,w. ef,I ...the":( t Asiodi.adsppe .: driving 4' .-.N tt."J'bIomerf11!: ft6 the ''ttefte H adoM: !he'dettetat.peratiM :, :Ji t.ofI' . mental alertiMM,.aestaeiaandeeurteoy. the lob.
,wk' +bresid.wt''IM '(be" ,"Ittr.'d aloes "'Sam.. ertt( iu.lesd.....se'Y'S ' "IIi' .. ..NJ Similar ttaMterda
. ,' DanAt" 'has ,"be" ,'iIeItct 14t;Jtrit .fl tar.ds.a ah iyi.irry.,,. 'I'"L p rtsth8t, ,, hi:oil saris are MIne tet up by all integrity --.a... .

raPRnt+by' It'4eQf14bf .. M....[iI r.y.rollntiy.aTr'ikiMt'saomen i- ""--... rrnlintnrR bul'.n. ; th. association GI1a. f Chriatnum Bazaar
Prebidetii I""" nr /' t."i/' . :. i Before. donning trim unHormaand ; .
:' 25- ..r hi t R t1 taktag up their aSeMntlalkr ITU..aarf ItA T.. ..... .-4ou
:; lto tatp: ty11n'.'; lib."vrg4hi .'wer. ,. U\e' -.-" -mppUAnUar > POST,ornci BLDO.

.' .. Jht4. ty Mti+;\b.i0ittifirid.. given Mttealv*todrae 1t\.M- it"weeN Iodine Haataraftl ,...;
: utllt'''''r t.i\ too)- boa drivingxperleneed Mabelsr a>reM->Uay .ether...;
y 'e Jrf-Utetolnfrortane* Jo the *
: flriveMnirtructora. < tinkle arHolea
I .'Ma fIf&, old:.and Jlewltt f wartimeirtrtlportaUon .
. er'0' ( Mrs,. 'Cussis 41 DO .BeeaXiae Iht Intercl 1 ;bu" In-
aeeda; Mwt. :n ol.\\!left .
"( '.Jolo rl. . "' ''''' ' 4"'J" I wh jr: durtry wat not In exl WHe dW'hIC'h.
._tbe..nnecli : '
l' "'Mr--.Qd..Alpl: 'tOR1t'3Citq' ;MJ 1 .-1ut' wki1 when almllar( na.- "SUVA,
.' ,1I1ittrt tt :llW.-.aJ'C."IIItsi. :It, tr AC l}!' 1t!!ftlTile. :are power shortage problem* Were encountered l .4.
,norne Friday'bight,", t z' w I ,, the .employment of

h= '=tiS8a c B. GI..'4 tr it4 trt,., ani. ya'C"'.. .'lave Ieknreat, >. q.,Florida'J ,

''.Xtit jfivfc ls ", nclMr.artd aa4at I ; t } .0 = "An aIhib.trad bwpurho'ha I
;! ..
., ;:.bor,4'',4fT&A&4; : k''t.+: 'iA'.1 oj1 ttftaF ... the.,. 411 etestore.. will,, just arH*e< ",ioHorne, td an8Urtd DEAFENED?
'. & trf'achoot Gwendoline
r >tlhOtty. +C.tlrdtr :
muelt they
never know )iut bev ,
Into and aon'and Mr Geron! w'. hire fcided,jn tbik luccm at Jtbeltt.miUig. HinerW[ Kabmaioo Mich." 'i

, vltter" ,of Stamford. :.Cboa, err .; but be know hi* work ie,, ,I."tW, Florida,:City1 School- hall GET. MORE HEARING,,LESS DISTORTION
, \ .rived in Florid City Monday. ," fteceavary and bust "I be: a* tom.Iftihed. .. four new pupil from Madiaon
1),.) "Mr. and Mn. H.K.:,Bedin ,aiid .'. U more AnMricanf ow the Marie Van. of th"' sUlh. grade and I with RADIO I EAR
children of Homestead were 'din-1 l r bone front will eome to rtUx. thlvthe. Melba, and Marie Elisabeth Sever

. net guests of Mr.and Mn. Joseph:I aucceH of.eur War iald sea.} and Kerry Dealer, Jr aU at the I What finer Cfcrblmaa Gift tor the isobar .. yew family where
'. Ruttad 'at their Longview home palgn wlU'lie aiiured.P ftratgrade""Bill 1 hearing .to InpalraCLATCIT
f last Sunday ." i ATaws.VsIwlaauICastlr ; Belt made a name for MODEL VACUUM TIM HKARIMO AID*-D.hw4 .*4JDMPLETC
.. ... .
The Wesleyan Bible"Claai was bath brine "" .. -
himself host Monday night .
a* a 5&5VICaA.tlrbr l tnm ant ADIOtAB Dbtrih
,/: entertained by Mrs Carl A. Field of Denville. Iff. returned ot list week when he entertained I, .... No Unw Im . .. "..ue.o >" Inilrimiiili .
and Mr*. C. W. McEwen at the M' urrh ...... PmRADIOEAR b..arest, M ish w. .e ..wernr.
r ; I to their Broadway home /hereSaturdayf a group of friends a' a dance at . . .....
\ home of Mn. MtEwen tart Friday,, . (Florida City: ) nil horn. ,
evening ." Henry Carter .U reported 'to' "Mn J. T. Venn and Mr*. D. IGault HEARING AIDS-
"Mn. Fred ftedd was honor I
be recovering from an operation entertained Tuesday arternoon t.) Congress Bldf. Miami It fla.
guest at yesterday which he underwent at Mn F, M for ,Mrt. C. D. Bares sister,
meeting of the Rain or Shine Hunt1 hospital last Sunday.* Mr*. Chapman of Sprwgboro Pa.1.\ rieaie Send Descriptive UteraUv tat 2->{
Sewing Club at the>; home of Mn. and Miss Harriet Chapman and Name ? .? .__:__ .,
"Today1* program for the Royal
Frank Skill. .If
Mr* Mary Scott of McKeegport
I Addrm ..
Palro ,and Kardee Literary Societies -
'Mr.. and. Mra J. R. Byrum Pa, Mr, Cault'i liter I
celebrated their\; third weddin of the fifth and sixth grade - .. .- .. ----, -' -
annlvenary with: a one o'clock (of Homestead School) follow:
dinner reading of ,Thanksgiving Psalm,
''Among; the many fishing; partUalopt Bruce Ennla and John Thompson:

; today .U. one 'on board, song, "1'11. Happy Farmer1 girl t tt ttf

:., Fred Redd* launch. th!'. Ref of both grade compoaltlon, "The !
f feUiu ," First Thanktgtvlnt" VfiQIam ,Edward
'Thlrtyt;> tneraben'' f. the, *;. piano aokt, .Alberta facet
local Rebekah .and 1' (X 'O.F: fir poem,! '"'The Flnt Thankagiv'ing'VJamea -
chapter swooped: down upon Mra.' Field,poem, Tnank\ -
Harry t>. Wolfe at tier home"In gjvlng' Day," Ilouw. Bradley,.readng. -
Redland last \nIdI'IIIItb&. ndfavored . i Tbe,:; First Thanksgiving|
that popular young mat ProclimaUon,* Roberta ..fforne'punipkif ;

ron with a. eurpriae party; ,H I Die*'. Pauline.Thoinpeoa,
"Aj'\h. result of fall on the Planets Brown, Miriam Burton.
floor, Mr*. L T Nixon U tuffer.. and Benltfi Rich. :
., Ing from'a broken leg,"' I ids. and Mn. J. C CoUemoUr A Gift to remember
( "Dr, and Mr*. .HoleW, 'mother. Mra Mary spent tile.aummer" la ClmtonvlUe: ,


: Mf W lath Art ...... a.ef c..4I1........ U* CIo*ml BwlU Tr . for MCK AND_ 'OMCN. .., .f IIdrn.._!*, Woof tmt Ckarn TrL t-lffl.% ", . .
I 11:..., salsas.kV,Ur* .** th; wife ae ,,1M .wr ril..f ... .*"." 'the .red eat.wally. t. wI ,- had .lout. Adr..p Isthdr :
M4. marmot ".....' rd 1 :awls. Ie paws far the "''''' \ l !
'+ k. Bnmra' MndrrWi. .,JriMH.,to IWhnpmvftf Mend ell tto trot,. ....,...- :adw"
; ..... ,_ t. float swtml ... ornate I iiitlwrltliK I* Amrtr* i m' Uu
em.ean17.am skis ..ratio., ........,... 8.9" .,._ to a IrlM lint fw Onyrnni
r "estoesw....... bar wawa kmrlf, Me ....__......... li kr nrrttovtmrtnwftttu SUTTON'SMiami
f" Ie live sad -tile, ..I... .-, sad bear a.atwr The
(:j inn ...* MM ttmmir r.>4 .w4 friiniIw I -ua- Is both MrforuU .>4 MIMrut -
;' i whit .-< from ( White fM redsat Ik* SCIENTIFIC
"A\. sad >.......... ONLY wtwrt Mr*. t
f' < ..::.n-; -1. : .4 TW Mt k Mt s..sl.9 sod . -M adia II aattltod with ...... IM. MtblMtluMMctfot ,. Is.blaa awe Oldest Store
apkars" whim kr fer'ad la* to w. bed .... 804"0" ell -a.
. ,wilt a rrj.. wil>e rem (wMiiInfrwripMM 1, dears Ia raw pa..l.........- b.atw V
for or il Into. r. .mltol* bathe 'eII' .crawl ....!. ad ,.atSsaN.laps. .
a L *n4 kooIlM .. .....w..1 holy ws.setHENDERaolry ., the owl afro ..eons Oro atWaid, .. 132 East Flagler Phone 2-5996
alssSshdos, art.. ... bb ....... dl.nwi.d. '
li ftn.1., f..s44 w Ikr thorn tkMVMM MU. Mil Hnfmm. UM Itonwr ell Ikki .
rkMiU WW Uranlwl ktr 0 nr.nlM *MvrN. '
....... War...... ,.....,. '_< k*.n to Ml (..-. ">..< wll .. JL UWI: bas be ns eeeawlth t tPreesl.e
.add ..... sad ............ l-.. "'I ...... *4 far ap'lssts'sd wA .+
rJ- Ter otadbo ...... "W owl" ktea. t.J ..w. .sswtlsas \he. yes ,wli 114 ,Mllty la electing thb aft. I
.. pew Iadht&.atir. .... tit ndosr yew -.....-...... 1 t 'bQertea I gift. i'* Mae cadets that you
reeelTe awixlmara Tales by the almpl ..ext '
l'0 . I
Z traedlaat it visitlagYSutton's
: first ibe1 I' 0;74141,11

} 'The .Wt tld' NewiSeen171it' '' delighted with ew large .*aartaaral e(

hE fLrtfRRDaIAsoma,MoN1'ftR.) Idea and setuags'.4 .... tee.yemll like

F Ala Iwfdeiadbw.L Drily N_""' .' .. the ee.Pteeea. -wen.. .yens- will. receive ,
zr=,= seem: tit' ........ .f 51 F
: .. .
It T .......... eM 1 Milo v.w..a-..rAft .... 4..... 1
.._.......... TI-MIr' ... ...... ... .. S
-.-. ....... slit ... ........ 500110%. Mabi t. ,uA Gift from Sutton' Denotes
.. M...... so Mad No. .pep.r Ere rte tseuoo -"
..... y-tr. .. '..00. lass... i Good Taste" aJ
....... I-. ........ ......... )Ltsaa. fZ,60 Y..b '

J -aa--... "_...,..._...aac-. .. .,, :
_tu +igila fist:;

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'( FouJ' NAUFM. FAn LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday. December 3. 194.' ';x ,.
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But you seldom keep the brooding i who Deeds a preur tanner may .................................-0 you escape the caret at the werU
j HOMESTEAD LEADER a* the day comet up tat 70% apply directly the local county TIME OM S-b1 Vic or where you learn to Care for. the

80 It tcema a be- the contrast turn rationing committee. .................................... world. rf
makes the real thing teem
>M.M .. IMICMCfttrnoM more bright laeUfcca now and not July "a Tha answer for slacken and -
,, When bridged the little rock-bottom minimum of 1900 qulttey la not to Art them from Wa all "fight to keep the country
t,, e+wh.. ,...... t1-.ad ria., isthmus your*that connect the day 000 persons" mist transfer to their job but to fire them FOB it from going to the dictator But t
M ... .-. lIMe P.WMM.e O..poraNM how many raise a hand to keep
and night waaxuefol Job, according
1. Paul V. McNutt, of the You can't brand .(tent \with a It from going to the dogrf I
ARCI.d are.YASJ9RtaIwA =ltr.H.M . '''.''''' ''''' """ ".,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.. \War Manpower chatanan. Commission; cold Iron Or leave mark on life .
THZ -Thtr arc acute shortages of with lukewarm conviction;; Some day wa will all be M|>uhIng .
N Adfur welts laundry worker, teacher, nunea, Up daisies," What are. .you,
MART F.....&1.1. 81CII1IIIOII NOME "j : doctor, but and delivery driven, Home..cr> ;:,die place wharf pushing up meanwhile
...... ... ..- and other whose services art -
-- Maces erns op who wae.e.nM needed by eJrlUana," Mr McNutt
,,, ,,,,,
BATtaIn nun\ nhnn" u 11W I "'''!II'n %f'''''''''''m ...Id.EveI1'. ,
h4., Cmtrt I M. H.i a mm Itt : Will buy for CASH ':
Same relief Iran for thartage
' I "' NM Wortoa towii. b) the censer -
.wIIt .. ...> teeny I _., tui oI'Mtun'ahoe will be Provided Florida . .
a big war'plant-the -
e M.MII IT. ti .Quantities' of Rood
about the Ant of the year farm that surround tt.FOft qualityilEEN

Q bawd r .-.. .... aye wsIrme" by a new supply of enUdr't i... a
a r::: : = owe st M. leather. jtMN*,tor general. .rear.,to }(C LIMES
ei ow, go. :
..... ..\2. bt Md faUoatirea, OPA hat,announced. 1MJ4:. ,. .; .
. .
In general, children up ... ", . .,
to ;about eight yean 0<<< age will Forrou."wimp It '
...: Create. single 'r('r ETER''PAN ASSOC
' Before Dawning benefit The abase will have canvas ,- ,GROWERS
Glotor ia .
and colas mada from fratottutcamahwa
Ii I remnant aad.heavy woven fabric .. aping ia*. I Kendall,.Fla!,, Fb.. Jttaaal.41-SIN i

\, Very early In lilt morning' while reinforced with vulcanised .rub- tk.... . r
the atlR '
moonlight it
bright ber Shoes 'ot this type .larger
G Ther1 a,JitU. trick of TIme be- than mlMca' and youth< tide three
e Jon.1nI0 daylight or 'tonight will be ration*!. ,-. .. .. ',' T. ,'. J'-,
/, : ,
) i It's a myrtle little moment when OvIUani will '
room get more
the dew drip from the palm rooking utensils, lamps, lantarna,
I* the only pound that regular ta bed tprlnm, Innerspring 'enattreana -

1 the drowsy misty mint non-electrlt .r*inth, ;t for : ?
Itt 'a Mm when )'OU'CllII ,vision bile*, latd silverware bruahet, : ; ? .
..1 ill the things you might could natl.. tack, boiler,, radiator, riME 1JTnR.! :
: do, furnaces, screen cloth and other c .. .t' ,
: Itt tint tat feeling lonely, discouraged kitchen and household article asa r '
\, unit and blu*. result of a WPB directive, '
Twist makefulnei and dreaming :which reaerved a portionof'the] '. ':;., ;: ,. . Let.Vs. Face It .UNAFKAWI, :' .: Jt;
,k there U such a little space production of appronliirtely SO
1 That you bridge It*;when. the winbeemi type of product for civilian uae. -
y at a famoui trotter1* TIle directive Prohibits govern-I' I I'I
\ paee. men agendas from buying good
let aside for clvlllmu. i
1 And sometimes the magic linger !

y .and you make p grean come Praaaur canners maybe bought, \
tm, lot individual home use A person ,,

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.................. Lo ...... .;.,...." . '
1'-.*M*. three hundred
,Nt.T.PS FOR. years our
I see arww '
r i .* faced the future with :,

1 KljSM1- y .i''> *H I ittvitPi 1 '
help vr.iw r ; ..: <( '...ictiwit0a ; : '. n. wisdom born of trying time*. They,bequeathed " I

:;r.. rur .11 ."'t. ...< arc the'ways, meant'and ability to accomplish the ,.m.

"' ; : : jnpoeaibl durinf the past two year ;:;

., :'-** Throughout there
; ; our history hat alwayt been, 'f. ,
IItL tRK RIPTitNT TRaA1 ANY poCTO. u "i: : ; ' \ very vocal minority crying aloud that America '
011 Yoult OWN CHMINQ : .
I j JM', already patted her uaith, only to have ever freater' .: {f

'. : "TaccWevcBientt refudiaM their dire propheciet :V.

': \ :' (i J; How: desk wen the. days of Valley Forge i and how .

, BRACKIN'S sour : wonderful the'yean which. foUowedl' To: ,have tine( faith and ,y

. I .: L /.irtiit5dc-and wisdom than did our forefather It'totjj 1 ".

r TIt MGM agwr cruller ter.r ', ', .' '"' ; (tuaUy jdrtert our ehC* .y tteirchitJttn'. > eluU.jniq ,
t', ;' ? ;"
ifceM time
; trying
: ..' : : 1t\
; ' ; We bebevc that the American people ,of today wilt : ;
'.. F.r Newt .rHOiMtt, and South Dd : R .4 . ft% measure up to the heritage our.brefather bequeathed. f'i'I. \
u*. Our belief in the Aa erwan people k *o'ttrongtw
LEADER: f : < we 'are now milk ptan for the. inveetof \ : I.

In Dale Client: 3 ..... b9e; 6 RHM.,:Tfc; 1'yrn''l... Mena. WwUatul suns of private capital. t*>pro. :'
Piro vt Mrta. OvMde Dade Cvwrty:.1 yr,2.00 iJ'

,.. ..... itttvral rok Mat. ad yyatei '
n it ..a.rat.ad ........ .wau.ad ftentcou auMkajM.Pan ,., ,

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;}r "f' riday, December 3, 1943 HOMESTEAD LEABER AND ENTERPRISE Page FIve.
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year, or both. applicable to both'!I I the road to considered further indication I county cooimUslen tAt
| Green Leaves of Cabbage I employer and employee and I that the federal govern the Nov 1 meeting of the
disailowane of the employer's1 ment may seek to acquire the I commission, the group was ad
' Tribe Most Nutritious I payroll expense In calculating deductions -| county airport, MOW expanded toan vised by County Engineer Tail i
;{ I. I under revenu laws and Air Transport Command bate M. Rader and Comra ' In determining costs In connection of International military Import- Harry B. Sweating that the goo.*
: p..:' The bleached leaves Intight : with any federal or maximum* ance. The airport was leased to ernment was acquiring fee simple
&:. eC cabbage. from price regulation. the army shady after Pearl Harbor titles to Ian blocks of land on ;
U bee green outer leaves have only The maximum citrus for a dollar a year rental for all side of the air field, which- I
ball *( much 'Vitamin A ** the. : ing wag rates were .&barveat-I I the duration and six montha after started predictions that the army .
of bleached bead ,
t'mm Iii<<. wtttfil portion to turn has on*.*>rtteUi v by Administrator Jones on 'the war. A proposal whereby the' plans permanent possession of the .
f} to IIIIICII flan Saat IetllUc. s'mendation of the army X( !led' he the OS-acre huge South Dade airport are. l 1t
rfn toes base a rood supply et i Wag Board. after bearing held tract o dollar a year until, .
t.TIUmln Bl, 'but,this i. UM than. {1n Lakeland and Orlando at the J9S6. *lth the privilege of Subletting All*.* yew cnnrnui .I 4
._ In Broisels sprouts. Trsvm request of citrus Industry groups. the field for commercial savings la Vade *..>.'
reports Great Britain bring back Wag filial of citrus packinghouses I private or oilier non-military aircraft } WAIL ..
2; of bow strongly tht BrttUhI CONDO {(* eaBaelteg
'." rely Upon Brussels iprautaj but are I and canning plants, an I use after the war ends, was OM AUaek.tk ..
+ LJxT.! foolish Brussels sprouts regulated separately by th* War flatly rejected last May by: the .. '- "i
Is llkt small cabbages but ,
whlcfc are Labor Board. -
ft"are .....". have eat only wrote vitai.mto ; i
Bl bill twenty : r- am tot ameake .a was r wed '- ........... aid Al. "
i> Dill A that BYPASSESContinued
k IWs print a lea IMKAUOAiNS

.; why tory not r glows the I ( From Page One) | Ut M. R rw able, Mad Tea. aria., Marc P.sd..., has. n.ip y_ t':. I
which hart Similar Capt Royal provided that the MN Sw.4o .... or. Per the Csaulwre eC oaw.Tewo haste .......... o.101Fw
everything ta the
army would furnish the material -
'-}.and puss.minerals phil *: and the county would furnish l It *M IMl -HMP fee tuadl.M ...' prod d UM IM"O rei w .......
7.. Besides Brussels the labor for repairs to Hender- I." kiM a kIM wMta ... ... give i hear ta bull takes on .*'
cabbage"tousles son rd.. which la badly in need I" "Sam Nf a Xnnmr peeled nek flea are than *... unto Who ton
less I. ItAIM to wasfor
.nd kaleCuilards. :
of rewoi-Uni. Campbell dr. hat .
';whWI! have UM IntoIt1t: or say emits.,stwake. dodo ssaebaidta aid tot aids ter.athwi
*, eage.leans with baal ebuilt.tiT the county within joss ow eau.s Saab wab.et -I we .sale "bon at -be towel
cabbage Clever: but I the'past two ,..,.. "ed Note at tift Io1IU\1., LOANS b hera II ........ sir.salt. ......... tawso .
'th* ricbeit Ot all "" <<' .. rank,la the Fall The military order for closing tseats.
Miami M 111 ... a w axVw aid ..... artkt. \Ie awa.rsr M
mta They: art .. whisk .., 0108 n.4 ..ea1s.aw .
WM peal glad Mac tine ".d 04
.KM" iouthtm ,.. by stripping (h* 1
. !' tads to pot has ihlhntke. sad' eke one, se.-aerate 1M memos, d.* soas
"'a'lprfag. crop Many eoasldev that Uw ] J ar lite eaxaue. ....... hare, whew y.w I ..... It Paps to W at Shia saw" "aWA
urttnf .M4 Is muck Imprevsd i KEEP MlWiTHWMIMNM' k e a. o e
....' .
\tn UM garden tN ask Mks'asrt lane eC twht and __ sow asesk sdre w W a
) I cropi. tine this |>l : : wattle a bas a* Was ..MIHkm > thrifty slats M'lisr' aid what pe are
>, lurtdr. Market ( : .. "'i1'e./ I ta Ml *f awq a teN and Pk." be ,
,wage hses,.arti speci I
+ .14.the Bnt t100r w NO" aid h..a.k NW ... a* tw a .....
arrow while -th." -order and include, % b anus Ml' a .Urafcrittfarmria .>. .....* roidaae. as band d this.
1a4tp,a foam: l*porjed."a"iLid .. swerbs a lea t BMM* tee! tea. Items Pews 0.........; ben, .
II. .. I. 9 ,* * .. a ', Pisa d this bled .said a. ... WA vaseM b -'". Map we 5.set. .
.- than $1,000 or Im TWf to ssthlae to Note wept a .lot 1 Hwadwe, .stet ekes III **MMk 411
I for;not more' than'one, sad vtolm* VM MtnH I* twi >rte* . >M pep kta a ankh-***. -
e ;W;.I J ; / JI'
1ft :A '' .) I'' r

About Seventy

.I'.8':rimr ply,., ,1h el,, ytrJdnsr: will be )crowded :. with:, Se.t'vlceJ\len-

.tr 'IL: A. Bo 1 "

i'ilcyrbut itefKly, .
[tatlcultural w ; :' : ;' : : / f.I' ,

t1IDrkI.l.all'll.' WOOc'"' ; :; ::: ?: ::' ,

|lhu-Ivlll';' M, r4. ;
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|feht pytyp; for picking* : staying .

-requiring.us ;
,or more la will
,field box; for I speed
fruit, raa< t .
;luding 'cuttoma, \ :
|od/ picking ''up ft his home
fit cents 'an hour coming

fleW box:, for :
T trucks In grove, 60 .

; PenMUes for .
HOME and"
s for the Holidays f Happy mothers /

FDR' their sons wives and their husbands reunited. 3

up: after months of patient waiting.' How much it : .-

I hope means to those in the service and their families., '
> will 111ft' eat
themselves Thousands of men and women in uniform
....1 payroll' will be homeward bound during' the holidays.
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Many families will be going to visit their boys tn

camp. Trains are sure to be crowded with these

travelers from a week before Christmas until a
UflWheri week after New Year. '

A' H Sul w. year tray lapac.Is definitely limited.

TMr'WOI\round tot ..Y.e1M"ho wishes.
.Si. ,= .., to go. Extra Tars and locomotives formerly$ avail

gas able, must continue to move troops and traffic

Bge vital to those on'the nation's many battlafront
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So before you plan a trip during the holidays

V r 'ask yourself is it really I\MaMU'JW11I it interfere

with some boy In uniform homeward bound and A
reek, -0 the family anxiously awaiting his arrival. Your;

V Via staying home.will help to speed his Journey.FttlllAEAST .
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\ . ;bWSIGPRQ'' bEIJ : ..i'aksidzrYodrigc' . ": I QUSE-W ARMING 'AT':-THEIR_ JIEW: HOMfi: .j:'

Mbr* t1u4,400-Iwrfo4 atie : : : ; *'- (dlk/, 'Harter sir,' and .Mn, Herman Byan r Caddis.MravCtMA rmd,:alYlrll.r r r

*d the :vso thaoksgjvto Day' by1:; Woman 'Club of' were given a surprise huusc- U*
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dance for which awing tomtit. .* warming; -tucaday1 evening W their '
USO dastce sponsored TMM wbd'I1:: wars: .t4 \ r'aM
provided V':th. ITtth 'A. Av KHtwmt Neighborhood Culb. hew.taint en; Bauer dr : ':V, D. Wile ; 1'1111 ,

>Inn MUnU Beech, better : -SoutVEtod*
ub wlt& Mrs,, reel / which. th*. ''gifts !were-preanitoa Mas. : .- .
the,dlrectlon-of,Mrs.,Carl:Rabb : Cb4stey''$MusnerelMra" J.1LChrimblixs : : .
: by} 1..m..c"VMI1tJ.nci.I, 'T m : bh'1:R b619ltPSaaid a ,. .
bastes bonu. Homestead
awl, *** & (
> : :: -:.OSO dance'spon.ored VatM,,.lath s' and. uncle-'of;Mn6y MestL\UJ-t ittpatttFlr, ."..t;>Z . '.
.1., 'Pre by/eria 'Church' tiomcmad verted : 1 ', Tlu si.::H9meit a& ..... Ume-oV and .'coW autJucS.t.lII"W4; s t twftunlAn: ;t-"

turkeytandwicfies, OSO'"'dance. sponsored war*' served by Mrs. Jamesyajufwkd -.'C Meow 2oed.q-aln.R beItOl.e4d':
; Iced fakes, hoc coffee sand coco. Legion Mrs. taut Moeeiv
Auxiliary | lilt 4" :
JMatYoIIlIllIAA"'art+rs; ,
J'.vcn-batl, horns and other OSO d nCe. : Othen present ,were Mr and ; '- '

: nolaemaker* were distributed II -; r' tIi1aI VartV' ft Mra. Wayne Adam* Mn. H. It.Redta ',: Mrs.. Uf:JbfcLeaa''.entertainedat ; ;J

t the guests. Legion! and auxiliary! ,;Mra, Cu Keen Mrs J.,OWyrm. .< ,eoCe ,at 1'l'btI.SCI'IIIt\at.. c- ,
Door.prim wen*.presented byMrs "' .' .. '
J : ),In. J. .R. Pop*. Mr*.' +/ WOW Mrs, -'Z k*: Martin' 'Mn. .
J. Lee Smith to Pvt Irene -.Chrlstma party of Tom Vann. )In. Ora fraasur, Joseph s..tl.1..... ,T. LtHodgcav ,
.' Pam of the :WAC !and to Cpl. II ;tul JB{ Homestead! Mrs .t. C..Byars .Mrs..Millard, < ,iltt.:JohtrAl,RSck#ft./lf't :4
}' Walter Crawford of the medical
: I &lit Rev-! ,Ceo H>,JtlAs'of Mia.' 'cep
? detachment whose prize la a
-aseteh: of htmMtfdonated' by : / i GROUTS TO HOLD RZDCXAlfsMGIVEMm. | Ehora*., aixi;"Tom.'.Hoditn. ":1
Ttch SsT'Arden c Steele, soldier .... Christmas 'party a) A aUt, "Mr Hat*. will bepreanoted '4F. ,and Mra J, Carl Hobsos: -

artist of the OSO. The dance Post of the Amerr ,ky a coat of-aix: from and. daughter ? ,l'. Joyce,- were
contest, arranged by tie. E, Ray -
and the LecIon"Au. THankagivhig' : .
the Liberty Rebekah Lodge at| dinner guata of
1 Rotclla was won by Mia Sue : be dl ate p, m. Wed. the- district meeting which willbe" Mr; and Mrs .H.H. Graham
Robinson and CpL J. C. McKeever 10 ;; '
In,Legion Hall t .
of the 471at serrlce squadron. ; I held Tuesday evening la the .....---.--................. ,
made for the'
party hall of Coral Rebekah Lodge In
Pvt. DIck Hoateln of the 107 lit; 'Y ,Date
evening ttevtf Coconut-Grove. ||I' :\
guard squadron was awarded the
auxiliary, and, arrange' A pot-luck supper was held by
-.- turkey-which was caught by ao With| Uncle Sam '
mad also the last at I
night the Homestead :
many boys In the chase sponsored -! : I t at,'u.orut.1 1 group Floral Shop on N. W. Fourth* .....,...................... !...... : '
by the Redland District I voted to send two street .
'oCE TS. FATS--Provn stamp
Lions Club that the winner was
veterans at the Lake Ten members and visitor n.H. J ant
I' one K gHi4 through Dec.
decided by the ton of a coin
for heir use In pur*j I attended the regular meeting uf '. .Ptamwi... t, and M good through -
J A.
Through the courtesy of
gift for their the lodge Monday "when Jan ,
I Hudson and Mn Marvin T. evening li N becomesgood DJC: 8.

: Murphy, the bird. was dressed I plan Even made for participation PROCESSED: ) FOODS-Green
Mrs. .
were: Wm
J and roasted for serving to the served.'T Mra. E J Norman,I In the district meeting stamps A. 9 and O In Book four

I winner and his friends at a buffet Geo. D. Ruehlj. Mrs W.I'BAZAAR BEGINS good through Dec. 20. D. C andF
supper Tuesday Lions In charge i' good through Jan 20..
Mn Joel/ J. Robinson, TIIIS MORNING
bf the turkey chase were Referee : W Turner, Mrs Frank Today and tomorrow Seminole SUGARr-Stamp Na. 29 In Book
t J A Rot herns m, John R. Drives, two visitors, Mn. Ben Four good for t pound through
hand-made Christmas
1 s. J Lynch and T. E Klrby MM Lenora Stewart '! Jan. 11I
gifts are being! offered: forsalt
A birthday celebration with --. I SHOES-SUrrp.No. 18 Book
i at the annual bazaar o( the I ,ln;
cake and candles for Ceo >
Wright MRS. LAMBERT Woman'- Auxiliary St. Joho'a 0n' good for pant,. ,Stamp No.
O'Cpnnor, IT S. N. was a surprise *,REUNION .i'J$*' I Epliwi al -Church.:,' "" ;*. ' ', ." 11, tort "sirprape''ylreet'I Boom,
feature of the Tuesday nightdance.lntormed' Mrs., M L., Lambert Three good for 1 pair .
The bazaar, which fa being held j .
by the Paterson
at a family reunion on lit .d
the old post office building. SOLINtt'OIIlIOIII good
I N. J, USO of the date of O'Connor's .
Day ,
I often for gale Indian:dolls, b sIkcta through Feb. t: ,
birthday, Mrs. A E. Paul, ,
tweets were Mr;, and
and other handiwork ,
official'USO heatessi arranged.the aa I rtnet !oic: -Peiioa. 1 couponsgood
Milliard-, and Mrs.1
well as luncheon sets,
J apron and through Jan. t. Period, 2
party, -for which the cake was
Mt. and Mrs.' Mar
*I hike article i coupon* ,become COQ: Nov, 30.
'f baked by Mrs. Paul Osklerko. Climax ';, Mn Ida Woodward 1->' ;

of. the ,celebration was a Hsadley Marten
VSOamnged telephone call! from HiUlsrd, Barbara
t young O'Connor to his mother inFalrlavn. S. t. Milliard ,and Leo

I N. J Mn. Adrian Jacobs : ,
was chairman of the Tuesday ,

dunce, and assisting her were:
I Mrs Philip Ryan, Mrs. E. X Vih- SCOUT NEWS

,I kn, Mrs. Chris Petersen, Mrs.

., Ceo. W Turner and Miss MarjorieSackett Scouts had a meeting
Other senior hostesses We are studying band-

r present wereo 'Mrs..rrar.n Suber, learned the'sling, the ECONOMY SI ZES e.1 Gtl.yi70Fs
Mra. Vincent I JDe Mra. bandage and hand
: .+ Ceo H. Fitzpatrick. Cheese crackers and played several a i1MDII-Aft/fl o lSJY/ ;
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coffee and limeade were ,

I, served FhiflpXtoyan: .; i : '.. Girl' Scouts are fUtt OUAtT I ,3eqitsFibrc's
Mrs. .nI' Miss
have their first day In!
I Merjorle .Sackett were hostesses 4. The older IIrl.j, A.' A-lEX. Uzi'rr J

.1 at the tee dance from 4 to 8 Saturday" .COMPOUND '''I:
ILA tSO' C ft
F 'clock Thanksgiving afternoon. back flower. The **39. ,
t During the evening movies were '* are aa follows spider a A dependable tmulsio '

"t shown through the courtesy of I tobacco, wild SKIN LOTION r ;of heavy mineral oil

.. the special service office of and several .Ci'Oton.l C Sstooihin ;.
.\. Homestead,Field. roar: I meeting:will t r.delieer eras, Uw amNComparable ,
t Hostess serving with Mrs.: the home of Mn .Frank as bran kw f :

.1 Robinson at the Thanksgiving, 1 I face powder. \ ,Tooth Powder 900010 lilt "i i i1co1Oar
ills $
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MAatHito wogvn. cuts aWiioUi; NOWI cornices WAITING costly *.aiuMallr ajt.M V y* '
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ale 1r6. Toads sew:U at. a near .TX. MIAMI. H* .,.,..a./ Off_ % wow" eel Teoe versa as Os.weshe J..HAI'GIAIIf "I
5. 'tNIe too a Lis.aa..5 I. a r>.,.... waist WIll )1_ Glow e ..st..ai twos Ocaatas a..ea u... ...... w_ are II.M.>r
.. .. TiO .* TM TnMmt *l TU Ter.. m.TWw U a .. wet.s la4TM., "emiae. TwIdoa. .... ....,.... I .LUNCH, 's.\cCHAIIN r..

.N" ,star, sass tr 55tH oIew f.. e.: t. sh1w t.rl% ... Ie me .read" htW- ....T ...*.. Ui ..........ar ...........k2aqs' 1ft "
_It.r so-.Mal w.A as a asses a.eW.t. -. -- i \ _... W I--s ...11.k.t Ie w at our qt.-. :
.e .......... ,WA ,......, cansw ...,.._".a.-i.Is :Itkta r-. ,.. ...... Hhwl .4aM ,.. .r
as sense. beta ewnt.his ad a t, Swig.am *. M ..4 M Ik* me. ItaM MMnhaiy' "'III.! ,. t-
M1AYL-i6ADrtle'1'. or ataury Cma ..... I..r. Tk*' a>OT *ita awe .-...: .....,...,. ...:. ;..'t. Ik.tw SODAFOUNTAIN. : .IIK

"' ..,...."... t.w Is....... a.err.at- l a.tr"- s.wbM Wel ..- trash..' ohA o : CMl fusfett SftthlRebttet .. i
.11&1 Ne aaehee' fa*.. .. vat *aHb,ftli eels etKonuwiM .
'. 'Thall, na.es..e.t' ..-...gow.ehe.L . Tmis.d .'kMt .....'. >M "".:.( a ..'r Woe ass .... .aster ahem - .... common cow' n
.whbe tad Fit be old h .,..,..... f... a Wittaw ft .at..a Ikt I. ... M ...... wr.ass .....'sees M
} o ........... 5w 1M ..bibs w.11.-have anew.., a ..... deer *l tIM ..* ..-......... ..... veam ad sky, p......-.r .
:M Lsue ... ...... --tot aae'arh, tal:Mr*, (or*th4 ant .. ...book as ..... ae !..isles N14.Mba.f .
'. .uns w..a.+. _'M .aaa.te..aes, Ii '". Welt "'r, east-ht easla.t

soak of ....... eIoIotI-- *, a ran A.ed .
the 1No tent..f Libn..A dkaei.r. ;#;
Tb. M fM.f staff at this 6..q lr. .a to.
sales ........ are t.daawl "aaevhho :. ,
40 bar s.dw at ...'......... avow.. b asd at" he' w belt Was d_ _.._ __. _...__ .1 i
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.... .. tn"tl iM hair ,t;MJ Cglo'u
.ss.a$ +Mw' air ...11 .a.ntbb..ae'As
.er.. lea. :..... ......... I" w ANNIE UAYIIl3W-FIMPAT Nt IJ.a1 t"t ophd. 39, '
'J..sod. ear sea'sss, awe. to,r .web tat AtiaiM. dre",,100;
.11.W41 .. On 40.... ft" a. _..... A.oiiaad lttortd li.iw.aa aeB ssa* ea Mrlwst : -'C,;

Mat irdsge ...... sa edr. Uwb eye.1e. .
ih4 floW .. .d..ae, .... a doe P atlllt> O>!'tb01Dd.TheorX' Polk DIXIE DRUG =:"o
y...+.' '. erh..i aw eat
t saw .=: /e5r i.a s err '.ai< .:;:, Yq,1I4') ;4"40"r 'nano-Artardisel Phom" M and W1

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Jdav.. Dectmb: a, 1943 AOlfESTEAD LEADER 'EN'J'ERPRISE P. gem

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<<";, t BASKETBALL | Field team and a Miami enlce Free Methodist Revival. -
qidntet, report Coach Paul L:; '
:Verity i To Last Through Dec 12I :
(Continued F1.+m Pakie be) I CITIFIED ADVERTISEInnrtioV
y On the ,,Redllncl bans art: ]
team will supported I L Tb t evlvaJ npr II
,; The by Kaine Clreer ant.Sprit given JmeeynfofJh ;' ." oJ' .
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foe. echeoj'cWr Wader ttod ftjrwiri. brit SnolllroveSttr I lid* City rfftflrfelhodixV'ahufcA' : .JtAt.q ct) InnrtioV ltfc. a, UneJ lukaequenf Jntertion
'except .
'JD aU-.'hit klrU and sweaters ter; ni: Charles Chambers and J wlH continue each night

with a bright green :W. Ditty. Jim Jackson, guard Saturday through Ox. It anI tea line
.June Jenkin**!is captain of the The Redland cheer leader I nounce* the Rev. & J MUllgtn,1
group, which hit been orsmUcd .have adopted I I Free Methodist district niperlnItendent -I I
new eoatumet-
by Mitt Mari Hen Usy, physical short pleated skirts .II\It.ch-1 I who I*' conducting the FOR EXCHANGE TURKEYS FOR SALE: Retell,
bladf dressed, drawn only Ho dellvcrie -
edUMtion instructor for fir)*, The lag sleevele evangelistic advice I .lr..Ci.Will
: / other members, are Clartc Dod. orange "R", and white shirts with an I This evening there will be a trade Oliver wheel tractor *. J A. Hudson, Bauer dr

': ton co-captain Nelta Walker, Mill M.r'lI'e&erer, physical special'service for young people,/ for ,track* tractor Frank H. and Country Club rd Phone

. Polly Barnett Myr and Jtail education teacher for girl at he said. I Bernecker box T, Route 2, 149-J twIN
,=( !Ie11l11d Van RhenerA ; BedUnd High School Homerttad (pnd3)
t.34 CHEVROLET 2-doet sedan
. :,: prtlimlntry ,gam will be cheer leaders, who are Roee- WIn, Anne")laldid, Peggy Brlen. I FOR RENT I II Htctor: Supply Co. Phone 33
played by a HQme.tead.A.rru Air mary Hennington, Ood- I
'.; Dorothy and Kathleen Campbell.
Homestead Fla.
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4O' . .." . ,jROOiW, apt ipartmanu. 'Reaaon.i -- -- -
.; ;- :':_;.fom JM.,.Kvaxnw! or 'rvii *NClUBBALI taresTAltegauT! ;'Vials':,(. ....:,,::.,::' ,;. ..:;; ; .i .rslpe,hoi 'a motet u4 *bow.J FOR SALE-Modd A H ton
Clad Buggy and Fordaon
J era. Palm pot* Florida ,City.I .
;' : I !I I- . Tractor Atoo W gU oil drunk
] } 'eg';:: : : :: : } ::: : ;FOK 8A1. - .
_ ;.; ._ ", llomietead. n., Phone

'" ew..wwtb5a..n4ee'5- .........11Aw. 'w.' ......" ..weir reaa.inst. Ar laea;'IIKIi....l 1\l BiltE.0 ItkL1 i, r-40 :acres sp7,1 loSlf)

"( ,11tMQrrtlMee.,"fkr.Ywhlj Jeep 0600-1.- OUT M..roeDII.... ism' ear ear eseole' .sesn..' W .*.......--. ,-!figNflnd ,enIo1). ImoIVft... TROPICAL
Steve,.. -a.w.w .':-..........+Pstir Il..at Cat brim. ..IP.---. '+"Ira : Joe.Davis.iana), Dr. T. RCulIL RARE, 'I'RUSo daub;
I ki .._.... For further Information mamrnttli, ipalnra.'rhmleCala -
> d ierantriibe this dhlw awl tora beat In be me estrus.
i I *. )*3>W, S niL W. of FloridaPERSONAL
vast 60 know MtaHrlr When tent tint .r* liltMo liner. TSo .ikon aef Jo. C Unions, Route>> 1. Box '
.4 -Ml.M an milM. .W HiM *)M> "KEVn A OOVM..CHAOC.0-o*|I : AM BomettCML ;(Pd3-l) IJmt)
... 404 lowj. tilt ingot *to. b, mlrobb' f Owen and '_ Neb.and se'
-no; a, peek aha.a .pet.nop _r-l.-- a" efrtf t10II p.ape. 1+REPi.E'JtO\1$;;: with lot ID .
U>U:- Uio .....' I rrad..es; to .,1.....e w p I Homestead, |500. $leG down,
..' At'affae .a'.l.wn..lhsls, O.at boa .1 .1I batanfo elli FREE] If Excet acid t ueei, youpelrn
I payment Eleanor
Mk MlrtibllnM and hd.ste Pte aorneYt ---I
Stomach Ulcer, Iwligeition. -
... sod I .*<. IHio''''.&o0 I 'V.taka .." atmegb.n...alo4La..M, sesl'ae FroKher1, IS S. FUg!r Ave, Heartburn Belching
o"I.. ant and dot boa II ;.ant. only ....... *Mt III ...._ and toads vltS.e$ ear I Homeitead Phone 11S-J (diet) Bloating Nautta Oa
.......... being ronbkM. tlw oW. asp .MMlltvM that tM _*..,..... 4** Mo1MAKNT : get Palmist t.
; raw .so ahnn nr*. *t. VM4 _, 0AKKR. the Mpiilor sod tffltlMit BEDROOM HOME:, barns and free cample. Udg, atBrown's
;t ...... end for, all <>.chow k. oats rf Skis tan sea NIU dm.on garage,.large plot of ground In Pharmacy (pi?)
... ttadouhtdle _.... bet .t .11. wen IIMW hi alibi' Club dnlootkmukoot Homestead, 14900 Term Eleanor -
oMdmM rlm wkMl' nmlU tM .t.k>. Ie ride M ..,. Froicher. S5 S. Tlagler WANTED
J. :
> BALI to well .amend M4 ...j for an _|I.. 01'm. .10. CLUB BALI Ave, Homwtead Phone S1S-J f
a lane Mtrooom. A omlol li .Mlooil'l Cr pi." Ik* beat low o.o4In WANTED: Ducfca, M a .-k. JSan
d _he de11,1Ns' A_. loot sad loot bat .. Mini .A4PTakeherdownr ... (d3tf-) 11>> Rt 2. Box SOI, Homntead.
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FRESH: : DOG or CAT FOOO-) (nl81f

made of whole veal and tMr ,
beef -product, 20c Ib. phone; I need groves with or without
home 3 prospects welting.Drop .
?M-J evening. (Plett) :
me a postal or cat) 7 K.
Corn. 22443 Miami at my *xpeni -
LEGAL NOTICES i *. Reverse charge

i WILL PAY IS to 128 for funk
nu IT ui
NOTICE II HhkF.BY GIVEN that .n.1 I car also farm machinery
Hrtta Kik-r koMrr oi a..k..f Cnr V'o Je Auto Wrecking. P. O Box
of Hialeah Tu CtrtlflniM KunlMraltt I 79* Homestead, Fin Phone
m4 41. dud till *r4 o..r W J.... .
A. 1>. Situ, kM flM MM 'wJIInM S9J-J (09))
my at,.... o.4 hM Kudo sppl..okoa f
to dead 11 "hew.s to _. 'j
with low oM. oonllkouo ooikron tk
I / I elWd Mopm ., tr.- '
= = 01
of saw al riroo, u I
Lot It, Block It, ft..!_ tint A*
......., hi tM the. of II....... peaty .
1 at Dod* *uu of I1enft, u __
I ..* .. KlUIMoU IW. '1. Toe _
Mont ol off rn the add Far Wasps
1 t MrtHlraw mw4 = ': :: meow .t
UokMoto.JUM .
in, M *k It Hhlook" ' Pint A4.
altla tot City of Hlolwk. tooMyW CAB :SERVICE
lady anti of Florid n owkrao I
j In Conlflou ) .. t*. Iko soo.e.ht
wf add iroportu ends MM MM nttfleoM . at reasonable rate '
.based *M kt 11 MOM UM

I, t'I'' :: Day Phony.9108: 0

A. IV tM4. Night ,Phone039:
: Used (Mi luik Sty i< MWMMT, A 1),1 :
J tUtt: ICI volt Cent Ode -" Flh.hbj 1
NY N. c, arrRRKrr, t-I I T. 0. gismo e. Press.
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With thoN words,Commander Gilmore signed hltewa death warrant.Rather than risk losing his FRONDS OVER AMERICA e a
txwt andcrew.: f ocaesemyðe wounded Commander: ordered hia submarine toaubmerge-with UnMlTouuid*.

Hanky b the Ifch tentary John Audubon

' .. \} How much! i is'clut/? gmtnuU lltndtnon a aerok operator, Kentucky spar and at,

look M Mttdying bird
a* an aqbdote for eami a 'w
+ T THEN A SOLDIER charges up There !. no clear: de ultloD. But and added moca te

!IT/ / a newly established beachhead there it one Job which every man and _..'* knowledge of .

*.M of the shells and machine-tun woman of ca mutt consider duty if ha .omkholog ia a kywSrd(9'to Mme this .

flu' \ ripping aroun4urtx . .. that' would like to see the war thorteaed and d.y.. Itta JOB JanwaAoduboav

fluty,, .- our fighting men back with u*. Ii, > ;

t" T 'Wi1aq ja sailyastudsat aa 4nti- .
y'a'.. '.t '*ber4bg Yl fiercely Al rin( ran mj. '''h.t'.ltqJn''W.'BoItd! ,,'Not' -. ;'' .

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.L,.:f,1:I .t' trpttaa tAfek tlahaldci:. .;thaf;:.dnty oae wCgrdl. '. ..:; ,. .. .

"j.f..':'Aaol4tsi'orae.ilorhaa' due'.dearly: For your own sake .' for the sake: r Only the .-sewldgf cit.aasolioaa

I \teased.Jbt'113/te.r: of your fighting men i 4 ,tot the sake ..... ........ ....vi

f But:bow. .much.. 1* "dot 7), ", .for a of your country a boat your buys I nF tale Nessus.t. ,::==-place ,
r iiriiaaJ: + H ,ing,'through Payroll String! ......... .. for ,-'- '.0014' only 7

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i : KIcht HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, December 3, 1943 :

} 1 Bloomington IH, where she das t Mr. and Mr*. Xdwaad Billing! :
f been wider medical treatment FLORIDA CITY were Thank. viD. gusts of $r.
Capt Martin left tot the north By Warren serer and N... Lee a Uthraanto. i
; In and ...AroundHomestead early this week to make the return Homestead.Dr. 1 1
; trip with bit wife. The)L R. Becker home)on Tenth
and Mr*. R. Qulnlft .andMrs.
street has been purchased by
Mrs. A. D. Fogl spent Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. p. Cauctta who t* Talenton of Boston ,wilt t
with Mr. Fogle who la wilt occupy It neat week. Mr. arrive next wk .to visit airy
farming at Blrdon.Mn and Mn. Becker will occupy the W. Schutt

Robert-L Worley of Ashevllle. parsonage on -Tenth street The W. & C.-8. met this weekat I

b Capt and Mr*. L L Newell Mn. Herbert Kate was a N. c., and her daughter, Vir. Mr*. O. Freeman returned from the home ol Mrs. J, B.
f I are announcing the birth of a patient for aeval days this weekIn glnla len Tuesday for the Panama Kay West this week after visiting Cbhernour _
\ daughter, Karen Ann. on Nov. James Archer Smith Hospital Canal Zone where they will II Mn. Harry Degler for several 1
M, In Columbus, Oa. Mm. Newell! Join Mr. Worley, who la In government day*. iMr Miss Bonnie Myen of Miami ,
jt jtt
la the former Miss Martha West,i MI'!. Oars Stead arrived Wedneeday employ there. Mn. Wor- Mr.spent and Thursday NfL W.with E, her parents ;
daughter ot Mr. and NfL ft. from Adrian Mich. to ley and her daughter had spent *. John Rohrer of Redland Myen. 1
. West of Homestead. Capt 1..j spend the winter here. three week her as guests of Mr. vliltted friends here Monday.
.' li stationed it Fort Bennlng. Wotte,'* brother and alster-ln-, -...,- 011" THE
West, who has ben visiting her Mrs. Earl Martin will return,law, Mr and Mn. Paul L. Wor- Mill ROM Leverage visited
Uteri. Mr*. J. t:. Johnston and the latter part of the week from ley. friends In Miami Monday. NT AnSt
Mn. II. H. Wilson, Jr. of Colum- -,---
bus, !I. now with Capt. and Mr*.

Sister Superior, Rosalina and
Sister Lout Gabriel of the Convent
. ot Mary Immaculate In Key
Wait were guests of Mr and M.... An Unusual
T. P. Edmonds Friday. INn. opportu'riff,111tyIn '

Eva Colllni spent Thanksgiving -
Day In Welt Palm Beach
with her son and daughter-in-law,
i Lt. and Mri. Tom Colllni Rental Property

Mn. L B. Crantford returned
d Wednesday from Chattanooga
where she spent several weeksvisiting
her ton and daughterslaw
Mr. and Mn. L. ... Grant-
ford, Jr. and another son, Carey
Crantord.Mn. 150 feet on paved street. Includes one cottage,

Clarence Lounabury and

her who was Infant born ion Nov.James 20 In Clarence Victoria one 4-unit apartment house and 5-bedroom res-

Hospital, were returned Monday
U their home on Naranja rd. .
idence-all partly furnished. Good revenue-pro
Mn. F. N. Irwin recently visited -
several days In South Miami
with her soil and daughter-in-law ducing property. Price right. '
Mr. and M... frank Irwin. Jr., .
and her new grandson, Michael
.Here's opportunity-Restaurant :building a an : '
Mn. Boy Darby who returend your ,
i recently tram High Springs, Fla. .
she visited her aon-ln-law
and"daughter, Mr. and Mn. Frank next to Hotel Redland, offered for quick: sale.
Erwin on Thanksgiving enter* .
tamed another daughter Mia .
Jeannette Wllllt ot Everglades.Mr. Price right and attractive terms. }
and Mn J. S. Whitney,
Jr. and their daughter Mn.
Evelyn Mekkelson, returned yesterday -

where they from were Worcester called by M.the.., House and two lots, close in. Terms.

Illness of Mr. Whitney1 father.

Lake Prortor who la attending .

military several school days at In Savannah his horn, spent here House and four lots, close to high school;TermsPacking :

last week. \ '. ;. :!.:' ':" ; I

The Rev. and Mrs J. tea In i ,
gram of Sumter, 8. C. who have
house listed for sale. Call at office
been holding a two-week revival ,. : my
meeting at the Homestead Church .' \
of God, left Monday for West a "
r Palm Beach where they will conduct and let me give you details. ,.:
e) similar meeting.THOSE .

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100 lots in Homestead colored town. Inside lots) wjpjU r!!

$150; corner lots) $175. .,: :?#,

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WE Ten-acre tracts adjoining Homestead:;'no better -'.*. 1 $

SERVE I " '. .

buys for returns on investment today.. ', "\; : '

1 \... ; dh
to the calling to which we hare }
tooWbuUd yean of diligent study ,\ I' .< ; :1

and sincere thoughtfulaciea. We ,,".,.. .t 'tj\j\
have always practiced our peeler
loa In a manner that reflect -
creditably this unfailing allegiaac Benjamin j WarteD'Moms
ift. the ethics and high atan
tfarda w. take such pride In rep
reemtlag. Those we serve will REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER
reetgnlie this sense or duty we .
so coaectentlouily footer
210 S. Krone,'Ilometttid .. Opposite Poet Office .
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