Title: The leader-enterprise
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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: December 10, 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: VID00624
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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"' A warning that grower must"cut Homestead WACs Hold Open House ,, '
> to the bont" their expend I ","

r .. turcf of gas for terming,operations -i This Sunday, 4< lutethe.WAC'Day"I Council A""vedtd Use A pall of amok from Are of
I wu Issued yesterday by
I farmer burning off crop land
,. "Luther 1. Chandler chairman of Of Ball I'li by.Riders
.Sunday will be Saluto-the- the WAC detachment stationed '. t wa credited with causing --even
the county,farm transportationboard. WAC Day and WAG at Homestead there, and civilian 'will have an total equestrians were grantee traffic accident by ImpalrlngAvls-
Mr,ChaivUer'i statement opportunity to tee how theUon't na- permliilon to us the city ballpark
",' followed the announcement Army Air field will hold Iblllty on the federal highway
by women soldier live and operate for horseback riding when a
wholesale gas, distributor that open house at 3 p. m. to whichall between Gould and Peters Won.'
group of them appealed to the city] .
Dads County December allottnent Homestead Invited day.and Tuesday night
citizens of are Salute-the-WAC Day I I. the council Monday Might agaliut an
will b* approximately forty announce Lt Madeleine event in the current drive for order of Q. W. Mrria,>park <<11I1- The situation evoked a .warning
Pet cent tinder,tile
). expected tup- Air WAC which win clot Dee ml"eetMIMrrtnJ them from the
Proctor commanding officer of from L. H Oreer of the ,Homestead -
ply,
or tbouMhird
than
) the
can
November quota. the WAC detachment at the local U Many thouMitda' of Air WAG hid. unit of the Dade County
art vitally needed at bases Mr. Morris took the stand that
Adequate fat baa been earmarked air boa throughout the country: the ho,,"' hooves scarred the Fire Control, that all powers are
by the OPA for all legitimate Guest will be conducted on 1 WAG In the air forces: art now smooth surface of the field, built required by law' to have permit
farm need, Mr. Chandler tour of the bat by members of performing more than two hun- (Continued on Page Tour) before burning off lands. Due to
reported, but dwindling
lupplle the
gas shortage these permit
dred essential type of Job from
due to tepped-
'"a* | up military opera radio opaaaUm-Ur.weetB..... ore- may be obtained by telephone
ttonittk.Imperittve.the practice MEET TUESDAY asters ...- . FFA.Sceks 'to'SalvareW "Mr, dreer said buUl i* impera-
'of the most rigid 'ICOaom;. Informationon ite Paper for' Resale i iA five that the Ire Unit b* Informed
To malee'poyIbI Anyone desirous of
an over-all pie where
inch Area are tea set so
ture of farm fat requirement, TO SET PLANSFORBYPASSES Air WACi Vipedally Invited salvage drive for waite paper that proper safeguards may be art
grower are advised to submit by Li Proctor to get in touch with
estimates fll their minimum needs her at Homestead Field or to la being conducted by the Homestead up.Although the
unlMiat been able
Future Farmer of America,
to their customary dealers who la telephone ISO extension US. announce Goo. N. Wakelteld, to prevent dlaaatrout wood and
turn will file estimates with the counselor. grove Arc due to the recent rams

wholaaalen. Army representatives.will meetTuetday The public i* urged to save paper and the greenness of the grass
I "One million gallons of gas or with the Dud County ELECTION SLATED for the boy. end Urge accumulations and tree, later In the teason dry
enough to supply Dad County commission: to 'perfect plant for will be picked UP vegetation will add to the menace
farming operation for one year, br.p....* to accommodate, civil-: WEDNESDAY FOR upon notification of the group, he From such burning off operations,
1 It eeniumed In one big air raid Ian traffic ,normally handled by ay*. The salvaged paper will be I Mr. Greer pointed out.
'(Continued en Page Four), part of Henderson rd.and Campbell baled and told to help finance the In spits of the accident occurring
! '' dr. which are being closed: to DADE At: GROUPElection chapter on the amokeftlled roads
Rationing Bad, Kick Me : the public by Incorporation Into. : Monday night no flare or other
i Out After War Weiss Homestead Army Air Field. warning signals had been let up
Capt The*. B. Royal, poet engineer of officer and county CAUCUS MONDAY Tuesday night. lay material who
and community committeemen of
A "double-barreled" program who hat been conducting: report that they encountered a
.t the Homestead Rotary Club'sweekly negotiation with the commltalon the Dade County ArlculturalCOllJlrv.Uon veritable "will of smoke" when

luncheon at Legion HallWednetd.r hit week it laying the plant before at 3 p. m.Association Wednesday will Dec.beheld WILL NOMINATE traveling part of the highway.
comprised 1 talk by army authorities at the aouth- ,
15 In' the Homestead city hall,
Walter Weir, member erf the local pattern area headquarter In At- announce County Agent Chat. H. CITY OFFICIALSThe Home Gardening Classes
Unta H wired the field yesterday -
rationing board, and First Lt Steffanl. A similar election forth
Myron Qrennell that arrangement are being Will Benin Here Dec. 11
home oa furlough I north.end of the county will
to vlalt hit parent, Mr. and I worked out satisfactorily and that be held at the earn time Thursday caucus of registered Homestead -
r .Mr*. V. M. Grennell.After i on his return he will be ..ceomi afternoon In Mr. Steffanft voter to nominate candidates Classes in home gardening will i.
explaining the need for i panled by an official lrom'ht.d- office In the Dad County court for mayor and for five places be begun at 8 p.m. Tuesday night,
rationing and recounting some of 'quarter to assist In concluding: house. on the city council subject to the Dec. 14, In tile agriculture classroom
the headache that come before negotiation i Grower, dlll'1Jllll.nd groveowners city election Jan. 11, hat been of Homestead High School,
Vie board of which he 1* a member I 'At no Urn will civilian traffic art eligible to participate ailed by Mayor T. J. Harris for announce Ceo. N. Wakefleld. The
Mr. Weiss 'concluded his talk be hampered by the closlng'Of: the iln the election and are urged byiMr I p.m. Monday Dec. II, In the classes will be taught by Burt Col-
1 with the warning that rationing !mlleandhalf sections of the Steffial U attend. feva Xing Cooper School auditorium burn of Hector Supply Co. each

In' principle la wrong-In normal I two highway, the.public DM been Crop goal for 1M4 will be dli- ; Tuesday and Thursday evening.
i : (Continued On Page four) assured. I cussed: at both meetings.DISTRICT The council Monday night appointed Person Interested In home vegetable -
I Mr*. A. R. Uvlngitoa growing are urged to enroll. I
clerk: and H. J. Davis, W. H Plant are being made also forth
Homestead Band and Glee Club to Give Woods and Howard Lamb, inspectors organisation of classes In farm
I' C OF C. of the election which will beheld machinery repairing and In poultry
Its First Concert Season on Dec. 14 in till Homestead city hall. railing Mr W.lilllilt14 lay*.

MAN ,IS HONOREDAT j

+ :The first concert this season by The glee club will ting "In D. C. Coleman Announces Candidacy I M

Homestead' School Band My Gordon (Flreatone-Rleggcr), '
High
STATE MEET
t. Mid Glee Club will be presented "Two Docki" (Rogers); "Angela" For State Senator From Dade County s!lr
O'er the Field Were Flying, (old .
,1 4 Wider the direction of Mill tenor French carol), and "Silent Night" Th Redland District Chamber
Stewart at I pin.'Tuesday,sDec. (Oruber) of Commerce won special recognition County Shed" D. C. Coleman the state needs In the way f f legislation -
".,.i H la Nova. King Cooper School: A bell lyre trio composed of ,at theMlani.aneeting of "who was la Homestead yesterday, ." I
ll ltoJium. VtraiRheney, Margaret Barnes the Florida ,State Chamber *f announced that Mil. candidate Deep Interest In plant for more
,The pl'OCl'llft,111 b* opened by and Marion Anderson will present Commerce Monday and Tuesday for the state senate: adequate old age aasiatonc was
IMP staging of "The Star Syan- "Skater1 Walts" (Waldtetif when local Secretory Kit Carson 'My service for lilt past ton evidenced by the senatorial can.
k r A fd Banner and will featuM the ); aod."Lullaby" (Brahnw.) was appointed a director of the yean a. chairman ft the legislative dldate.
'? flail i)in log numbers by th* band: 'A,vocal'told. "Into the Night" Florida' Association of Commercial committee 'of the Florida Mr. Coleman who took office k
,mrehNational Emblem" (Bag- (Edwardt). will b* presented cy Organisation Eaeeu va. Sheriffs' Association has given ne a* sheriff fa October of 1MI. I* ?
.., tII). oMr1Yre."'CruN4..*".IWMCMi Lateen Water, and a piano solo, Membership.of i thia organUatlMI lnaIht1 Into the dvtlei and the now serving a third term witch
."M>i r.rurd&,' "Burma Patrol" "Polotialae". '(Chopin) will te *.mad* up of secretaries of the responalblllUea of the state lawmaker win expire. in January of IMS.H .
1)1 i tOv r'Ther ".' (Cohen); played by John Pop. Jr. chamber throughout the state *, and I believe that I can hat recently returned from
s'a a Long, .onI.TttJ1" (F4"Keep The program win b*closed with -_ Ala'representingthe'Rolland use this Irnewtodg to advantage WatUnfton where lie Mt with th*
4av :' .(..'.Home Fires group singing of Christmas carol District Chamber ,.f Commerce at a* senator from. Dad County M-ma advJaery bout of law encasement -. .......:
-......... march. to the acoompanlment of the beat tilt meatteg-were'It*. priatfini. Mr, Cotomaa said*"Due.to tfcia et th* Federal Security.., .v. \'
ti iwtal adMlaaloc),chart* will Boy, ..CAaRaR....r': NA** *IM t. assodadsq d wblsi ,ba#iitpgglA .f

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.' : :" World Traveler ComingFor >> I days and Monday, will feature ''
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OUR "tIEN IN"SE'R'VI 'E' Revival in GouldsAn Mr. Shone Dr. Collett NEWS3S'

will preach on Such subjects as' At the Homestead .CM Scout I

--;;, ; -.,," '-. .-' .. ..._n ___. ._;JI.;, :;_tit_ be evangelistic begun by Dr.tent P. T.meetingwill Colletton "A/.Camel of the Old Needle Pas," Through'Where Are theE Invested meeting Dec They T three were girl Rebecoaj were j jI
the Jead1" and "Where Are We
Willard Fifield reliant condition now, his parents Sunday for the Goulds church Brown, Mary Lou Musselwnltefl
Capt.
In Prophecy
and Jenny Lod Davis' W
Mr. and Mrs. B. H Morris, have of the Assembly of Cod announces I tangj' iwv
Is Promoted to MajorCapt. been advised by wire of Ml attending the pastor the Rev. Prayer will be offered tor the several songs. Barfora Horn Badj<<;
physician. Quentin Shortes Dr. Collett has,sick say Mr. Shorten, and servicemen a shadowgraph/. to the song off ,
WUlard Flfleld USA, . preached In Japan, China Africa will have a part In the meet-I "Ther I* One More River toll (

formerly associated with the Subtropical Calhoun Beauchamp S-2c US. and the Pacific Island a* well at I ing Cross"breaches ((, ,1 4
Experiment Station. was N.. has embarked from San Francisco In every state in the Union, says '
promoted to major on Nov 18, and for tea duty on a destroyer Mr. Shortes. I 1 :
at preeent U taking an officer Calhoun Is. a nephew of Mr. and The services, which will be held ;
refresher court at Randolph Mrs. Joel ':? Robinson and at T4S: nightly except on Satur-
Field T... Maj.) rifleld will return grandaonpf Mr*. Grace McLellan ., :
to his former station at Al- .
Smith. ..
vOn Free Methodist Revival ;
tus.OklaMr . .
*. rifleU the former.: Mia Dec 13, Wm. 1)\ (Billy) To Ilave'YoiltPls"ervi for *
Hazel Hooka of Homestead hai Vann, son .of Mr.and Mr: fanes ', ;
been VUHUif In Jacksonville and C. Venn, will finish boot' "'lft' .. ,1' : : :. f, '
expect to visit relative In Miami. at the Pensacola Naval.Bas* and A special message to young pso-I .
pie will be delivered tonight at I
wilt be transferred to radio combat -
the Free Mtnodlst Church-Florida .!
U. Robert Crow. U.s.N.. will school: at Fort Worth.Tex.
City by the Rev..B/,1,.MllirIan. :
.
1' '. Ih'J 'thehone.
leave Sunday for his atatlon in ','
t.rl.: ,Van Winkle, formerly Not ..district( aupeNntenSeilr; -
San Juan Puerto Rico after .' r1Sae ; :1
pending a two-week leave-hors Homestead Is stationed now with I The two(+veelt7eNait4dlatte' ( '
ins will close Sunday wherf:special -
the US Coast Guard In .
with his wife and Dr: and Mn.J . fiMlandMr
service will be' added to the .
A. Smith with whom she makes John Barker of usual ,schedule:tUmony mee>, f
her borne Mr Florence Crow, '
another of Lt. *Crow, joined hfron City has received: word of 'Fiorld'i Ing will be held at II am: preceding -' 1 pi
ness of her husband CpL I preaching, and the sacrament yAt
here and will return today to
who baa been stationed of the Lord Supper. will b*
Chicago after a two-week visit at
tr'II't observed at 12 o'clock
the Smith !horn. The junior Mn .
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Crow hat been on vacation from .1J
her duties >, secretary at the Rad-
land Farm Labor Supply Center

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'bNn Lt (assigned J g) Clarence to.Froscher newly-com-has I

mUuloned destroyer and I I. againon .
active duty In Pacific water I
Hi parents, Mr. and Mr*. E. A.1'
Froacher of Homestead and his
liter Mn Luther L. Chandlerof
Coral Cables, recently visited .
Lt.Froscher. at the New York When you receive a certificate for a new tire, pur-
navy yard and had dinner aboard I thaw the best. SEIBEBUNQ heat-vented truck tires
hi* new ship If roar certificate calls for a wed truck lire we
I line a complete stock of used tires and lube

Ceo. W, Koiel, Jr, who has been I Go U the Dixie Tire Company where quality connta.
employed In agricultural work all j I
Chapman Field for the past 141 CHRISTMAS GIFT SUGGESTION
yean, left Dec I for Camp Bland-1 11
THE CAMP PAL
ing for service with the PUP TENT-
army IN
I . PEACETIME, the mere Lg DUnce -
His wife and children are making) Complete with stakes, rope and greiud cover*Sister.repellent. \ > esliywmake,the belter w ltkelu
their home'with., Mrs. Koeel'a,1InOthet. . Large enb for two *
Malta-laVal for beach
: : auk today amLlllea b U all
. *** get
Mr*. Charles Behrena, In or runplnr. j .
I . essential call lftr* a> fast.
Prmcttofl.: . ,Only 14J5 : :. .: -:. Yel the war kas choked ike wires with

ClaytonCamber, S-Jc USNj I .. .. .., MAIL,OfcDGKf( JtCCCTTEO,',>.r.:: .' . -se"at" se-that-offte we have beer, .

arrived Monday from Lake City
I I.J1W Liis tit-ha/ptwa.r Nll tf fry" I
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with :
to spend a me u adayleave. '
Ti tl@:1 '.rllreittr al"Woslltdt vii er,If it Isa-k .
lI\cIUietl'Mr*. Floy 'Camber :. DIXIE' R s': .
and Wher' relativehere. Ctay) : %
tea, 'whs1 '.tte" e : 'Homestead-! ....;: '.......,... .. ,.. .
Right School before tnllrtlng last ....... ,.. .."'... .. f'4 MJ Nary Nadi free esll tS ednRSee: -

...... 11, I It training *rtth Par*-' .. 101. .. S. W.First Street-. ,. :
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clause. division.. .. .... t ll'liOx6 1"1? : ; ;.; .t t+r-+" # OiIE D
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Pfc. Charles' Behrena, Jr, ha - '- --.J--

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and 4*serving' now In *. replace- u
jnenf battalion hi.the Fifth Army

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Dudley Peebles left Friday for
Camp Blinding where he has been FERTILIZERS
REDLAND BRAND
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Inducted Into the army Mr*. Pee-
bjes and their six children win .
continue to make their horn at
the Southern PInes.
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Word hat been recevedthat o a o
Pvt. Fred Chapman 1s now ,sUtioned 'e
In North Ireland
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Cpi Wm. T. McConnell arrived ,, Consult: us about your fertilizer require I'
Monday from Tucson Aril, to '
spend a U.ci., furlough with his .
., ; ments for the .' t. I. '
parents Mr, and Mr*. W,.T. Me- coming year. : + :


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Due-to government-regulation '
Warren Morris, 'Iremarii :IK, : .
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City Rockefeller- *vita. carUt Instytytrln.fever,Jftw-U-1-'York ,,: -. ',... . ' :: .of several materials.we T will notable<.< ) to: ;;:. :,;; '.

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I HEART ATTACK Homestead Pep Squad to Stage Drill Taw Tear rem Gee txpcaT iwmlk Aato SWAPPING, Trata w aiBVirs Twosome Tina;

ENDS LIFE OF Thursday at H.ILS. .- Redland Game I I .. EDDIE'S TIRE SHOP t :I

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j A precision drill will be stagedby I being ushered In with the games 'ISal N. MkMal A.+. Missile M. .-..... It C .....-, PM. t.t KOOMVA
CINA STEWART the Homestead High School: between. Homestead and Cow I .* 'T navies CAPS: tad .. .AaavaiD o raw SKST CRAmaiANsejiitPlanter :
'_' pep squad In white and'ireen'uniforms here and between Rodlandand KALANCI AND XTBA TREAD DEPTH WHICH MEANS MOB araav
between halves Of the basketball tome school team on the Diamond. r AGE AT LOW COST: WW Led yW1IIIe nor Memo TaajfcMil I
Funeral services will'
be
conducted fam .between the backs'. court ihli na eve al hart M pay aaalaa hick .la" It ,knee a ....
j tor Mr*. ClnaStewart. ..., I'I
tied Grower and Home-I .. .. .
Tw games with Ponce do Leon lira aaaMa W having 4Ma Una n. ,growth to "*- It II .w'IV. d bw ern.der
hjr the rev Ceo. K. Deuel at
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.mondbacks Thursday night here, on Jan ZT irk In Coral Gable sapped have sad made aafa far Mna lilt brat Mrs, uman a& .... Ids* eaobe
4 p m, today In the ftedland Com,
> Homestead court and highways aad task nW itain.ittar 'goes vent adnet.r aaaaa RVraad
Feb. 4 have been addedto
on ,
munity Church and burial will I I. toe .alb.al. 1aMla1' w engaged Me anwt, III of ee, abot we '
'. be.In Palm Cemetery at Naranja: Harry Bishop and Robert Sulll* the Growers' schedule. Mr. .._Ie .......ta. .....'" It : law their Ural to thin The seeM (
under the direction of the Turner, van. wards, are expected to put Worle reports ikt.. aa sn.t.aaaaa and k kikmai tDMri BBAVT IMVK c..*-
Funeral Horn I on a .smooth exhibition of ,to I swap embers Interested IN ab ... ... geared af bet ............. \
Mrs. Stewart died unexpectedly operation and team work says swat af taMr aad kit aw* ...kalae ....... balm aadM rs-se Mad dmaba.
of attack Coach Paul ti Worley. The two I USO Provide'Christmas w ben UM ta good .adal... A which, -an-- sues, am ROOM%
p heart Saturday morn
boys have bo'ordlnsted,their playing -< little __ amt -Ir prer.W MAVT aJCStVIOt CAP tkh Blvd Iaaata .... \
Iraq In Dade County Hospital afterIS : to high degree he andarcdoubly Service Here for Soldiers iMa .........bet .... aata down ash depth aa pan tkaardraarr ra. ..
days of hospitalization tar a ; a says, ; ttaatlallf tin a>.......ana. ROOM'S. I"
hip fracture received In a fall effective( .when teamed I The'Chrhtlnas i tiatcel' wrapping Then are ...... tm af taMaplaeaad
ponJNeeley, freshman .
Dave Kufeldt, Frank W. StJU- together service'.of 'Jhe VSQ I*' being Inpt'easingIy faUMdlaaamfca bet the wine r"Avowis.. Midvale 'b-.w.v.batip 61804
man, 1. C. Buggies H. J. Arm shows promise developing Into pakronluid b tidal kaa this work dome ..... k ago ... wIN gave roe ails aad affMawllaralia
strong. C. Ben PLummer and J. an outstanding players,Mr. Wor servicemen W bemused with tka .rv, advisement,, W M law am,. Mr B. C. M........,
says Director W t-D Ward .... ....... j
ley: reports. "" slaw writ.... This loa of -atnlra ItfarablMd the .u and kta4af
Carl Hobson. will serve aa pallbearers who :reverts .that the men buy .. .
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l Is kr BDDirt TIKC SHOP flraa larttoa all aa* renders *a,
Tonight .ttie'bagketbaII'aesson! gifts in the local stores and bring Wisest wheel k* laataa. ., ka boast brine tkalr lira traaaba M hies-Ad.. I
Mrs..Stewart was born In Peru them to the USO to be done up In
lad, and spent her girlhood In Church Names Delegates attractive' holiday"wrappings. I 'I
Cincinnati except for 18 months '
"By this service the USO Is cooperating -
when aha wiled her grandmother For District Conference
withjho postofflce In DEAFENED?
In Sweden, She married I
Its drive to have all Christmas ?
R. A. Stewart and with him I Seven delegates from the First "
In the man Dee. 10
gifts by says
moved to Charleston W. Va., Methodist Church of Homestead
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Mr. Ward.Casualty
where for a number of yean the plan to attend the district conference I GET MORE HEARING, LESS DISTORTION

was employed in the office of the I In Miami on Wednesday 1

state.superintendent of education Mrs H. L Brown, Miss Antoinette Group Cancels 1I I RADIOEAR !

They moved to Redland In 1924 Mo,.. Dave Williams, J. O Wynn i

because of Mr. Stewart's health. and the Rev. O. Sewell Palmer Friday Night Meeting What finer Christmas Gift for the member ef year family when :
'He died four yon later. were automatically named delegates bearing Is ImpairedLATF8T .
Mrs. Stewart served as postmaster by virtue of holding officeIn Tonight's meeting of the Prince- MODEL VACUUM TUB HEARING AII>S-Daal.aad aadkulll

In Redland until that office the church and the Sunday ton Casualty Station has been JDMPirTIC to bring ItRVIlSAnllakla n.w Hnrfcw kaaplaM from amp to Von KADIOEAR DbtriW.tor . i

was discontinued, and I School and Mrs. O Sewell Palmer cancelled because of group participation N> lima, tort . .. --.....," 1..,,_.. .
made and sold tropical Jelllei < and Mrs Dan Williams were in the county-wide .. survive, .....,. Praa d>awaalralwa I* poor ka.aa .. :ararfka
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crystallized fruIts. For a time ah.1:elected by the congregation Mrs.J black-out last night, announces wrllaRADIOEAR

was employed by the local A. McNeil! and Mrs Dave Williams Mrs. Eugene Fontaine, station captain HEARING AIDS-

ber of commerce and she later op- : were named alternates. The next meeting will be '
erated a local restaurant She had!I held Jan. 7. tOS Congress Bldg., Miami II Ha.

served as secretary of the Red-I Ii i Station workers have been I- rinse Brad Descriptive Ulerallve tot .
WILL BE GUEST TEACHER
land District Improvement Asaoctatlon !' I helping to coach a group of ne- Name . ....__ /_
president of the Woman'i J L. Kulp, teacher of the Men's ,ron in Qrst aid work at meetings Address _
Club of the Redlands and president Bible Class of the Tint Baptist in the Homestead negro

of the Homestead Businessand Church of Homestead will be I school .
Professional Women's Club< guest teacher Sunday morning of -

of which she was'a, charter member the Methodist Men's Bible Class,I II
e
announces the Rev. O. Sewell I
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She Is survivedby her alster' i.Palmer class teacher and pastor t tI

Mrs.'"J( h. Meisenmlth, and ,8''lojf the church. < .. j

niece, Mrl T. "W Dowllng 01 Mex.!1, Mr. Kulp' lesson topic will be I It.

ico t1t former Miss MarieBrown j i Tht'Ten Commandment the

of Redland. 'Teachings of, Jesus" . I t.


SEPTIC TANK: awrln to Suburban Mad Rural Resident.O'NEAL j

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otrica rod >ur M allowed .. mi N. W. awe ... M. '-" s.'w. o.".... Prom II' .
MANUPA171iRERS or "Jinnm" SEPTIC TANKS AND STRUNG II
JoLTrnrrsj BLOCKS I to J
A Gift. remember
Modernly engineered equipment for ttwartva system (f lorna kind are soatl.k'a .i I
farm and taktukia hovMwbh, rep_ with tha Jaaik" anrtta looks kalK krl <
assume In a larm way DM mtltlM for tile ONtal Bk..k and SeMi Tank c. t
tuahruMa owing Mad .aMinalmna, Itnabffttd uf MUarf. Thwa ara farabktd la .tin cf''
'In the assailant fruit .taakpnxhvte the city -... .,.,..... |I
< furnished. ky DM TNnil Block '!'Io. maptar will gladly. taad rye lit. I DIAMONDS) /)) r
.
:End Strife Tank Ct: Miami awtura npklplnf lit ndMti lad thaatat <
Of durable _._ aoaMrurtloa. dfahraid 'and. nanaakla .._ af Installation. I
.... engineered. lot perfect funetkiahil at It will k* glad. la ka>a rod fall at the !I 1 ,
II..... "1_"" rerun tatki aaivferai l..tol loh.1 whom ta )Ml.ml ,L W ,I II 1
fw farm and MbgnMft. koaua IUMrtrkv O\N.al, Jt. Ali head af this firs h from
I
wklrk plumbing sad trwna. taWraa j wait know Order a Jamk Io arptb lank i Ir
.provide for the clljl whine. la.I tr "a) bins" Tarmt na ba ......... Adv : e 11111suiiois \
pulled they trauma ....' IdA ........ ._ ._ i.
fiton for knows alley tram city ""fwUurltln .II I I
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i rated dispel lira .
themselves. and sanitary sad .twin a.I
twrammd lbw .pile tank I II
r. .*.(._ ....hl'. Tiny .smbino MM *.alwlatiMarlas
I d{ modern chemistry end .I
They a..r the end ., the ties and,! I
Y. am laaaaaakla la ........
.. With a' tavmm arena lurk u 4kI.totrtbxtank .., ;
will ,funtKk, both 'rwma an Miami Oldest Jewelry Store I

possible ad ...... ---- ., the,P ht
mete kuaia wak.* p vide lot toav {
. far able living I. W. _..1', with]i 132 East Flagler Phone 2-5996
too. owned .._ _
.. i Tkb taptla task mama Mk.a for aa.pdhlp .
..t ktifldlaf.-aaai* .pie hem) not
t ka .,.... ..&11' Mw ..-.... dfwliwa. !ha I| THERE be 1
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can no eemnsalae -
aawna a a>ttaa> to ....
.,. the ballast so.laww ....t:1 ., with quality In selecting this 'allImpartaat -
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et.ty--ebmo ::-e arrKa .. rUt . make certain that yen I
modest am )..
t These ant among .--............ .. receive, snaxrmam vale by the simple exaeitlent i

t'. tIot din.wl.l.vw.t 01 better haahlt add "'"'".1 ; .ef visiting Satloa's first ye.'IIke '
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aaakaif and -,--- ..title.-, I
:'. .a.vweleas' -.w.vhhe.t a ....., .eBghted. with ey Urge asaertment ef

:, .' , stones and settings :; ."and.fee yo Tl tike I
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the emirieew ceaslderalleai yea will receive' I

: Will buy for CASH . :. <.. af sail".


Quantities of rood' quality I

> "A Gift from Button's. Denotes .

I GREEN LIMES ; : '. Good,Taste"t .




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HOMESTEAD ENTERPRISE LEADERAND GAS-OIL PRODUCTS, I c. OF FLORIDA 1"I, I


P"M" M tall 1..iwrWe Ie Carol cause M INI room 4* .... ..... MO MATTM W Itt + ,
YOU LITB. HATtaof GAl l> MM Miles PM fr CM*** WMM ......( aid VIOL Van b IMUM .. mMbMI I
"., ...... "owes .. Ir..est..d ".". u 1"-' 1 1.I M eeaawaimt Phase *r rbtt Mr.IVOw .
IV u0 sloth ft10, Company.dot I D. Wes tk MO I
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ICe Miter .*.!. ft |hfa Uwtorn. ..an 0AaoM. PRODUCTS. IM. kM. ownti're' bulbalM.
In the suburbs r IK Ik e.rrtq.M w but ___ Possible .a III ( Kb *kHM .-kw b .*". B* .
.111 dn fM Ml season abet ... I
AICRaxrresIMM 1 mm Mfcr tk* WWCJUMM* sew now -I.MM to this MM lkne b* M.
and 9400yAal'1RL MM .* pew MMM soma t* *M *M rr bnl dealer H4 Will *o.tbi- M 4* el.-Ah. ,,
AICKD I .... .. Hi* ."klb MNMy Mf w .1Ot\I bond ... II Wood.it .
"dam i mom Urine b wind to ties histwokdeer. WM hmM hi !
a b a MM! ones, .r
.. lolls[ .rfck.n to..HM 1.s.oalaer .setori. _'_
In 1M
so .pen" a.aaa .r'a'
p. Rim" a.aw. ----.: ... rw rrsnOt
vk'1 b eMnllr Ml *nlb It b "era
OWMrWs'Is ,Wass eat a Worker w f.r every -1 ..... M tkM that -MATUSOl VMMMM. I
Panama fey .*bfc laser -* '
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--1 OM mn mew (uh* kta koMf I* CAB SERVICE '
Dods Kann.. a beat a_ "is UM appeals so the MM tkratU the e..ts and. sdl .. '
a "_ alma DM CM oit noDorn co. cmi lO.tre. .f w -.Jop'i
otA.M1..f ON& e..vt a .1.e.C = :
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isaiaaaMs
rants
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a wr M able MMf 6&rIot."MAT- slow bases.
lijj i Wed.V. iI
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tiaoi. IMI *.a... Whir the r tub-*- sway fay w below bow.- --I : .V
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Rana-te.-la. .Itil....... :.._. OVA Moil 5.5.55. sew*f. tk*be fIN w..*.*r...-illin-M..*.kM...] .tomes wear be pm.ple ale r be-Ibis..._The Villas..f ..1'\oooo Day Phone ............ 9108 '.1.

wa..b.l PIarWo as .each w ttIoe so W esb at. Ivory, *maul b... Is w 10,11,11,11Dw.f.k , Ida ... M* "NATUIOL" tlrlyWM .1.1I 1
.Night Phone ..... 239
Musa 1m. mad .very, Boon Rosa tkM MM OAS-On. PRODVCT .. .
..for an .. advantages s( ...:.=1 1I I the w.1 aooasnW- sea 'smA i :
r Mike ...'.. It'ado, '-'-' .. .HOMESTEAD CAB SEKTIC >
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In This Day and Age i..t. M t:1 .

FqPLien 0. a mes.wb w ace beta. hems .1[jar .mtkfnetl.e of w -.loa, as .attr I f. 'O. rusaso t. .,.... ]
By Annie Mayhew $'lleeetrlskIn : I .. 1M -1.N ad ........ .w..b55 .. .... sea Wes I
+ troops .. '- .bWsari...: lie Tk ........ *f this nr oratlo. kM,r .
this dajr and ale when I baby
U born,
Makes no ditferenct I girl or I ui more our armies ire .
boy. Uniting our Ughting traps by par-
Tin president someday, that baby eWe disrupting enemy -. enemy
1 may be" ec ...cau-. but paying. a V
Both the parent acclaim with bury price t* '....IU... ."
l treat )oy. Silken: Seemed Md their aubitl-
tutee are flit passing from Vie mar

When out la the hen house a ket to provide sofa landings for our THE (JTJn 4 ?
pullet ia hatched distant shuns m_ We can still .
bay aUk and nylon for then with
The news o'er the barnyard goes ''War ....a and lie.,. ,

burzln', V.s.TmeupD.f'aew' ,. Let Us Face It UNAFRAID r' :
1f '
At this time. next year, the win :
be laying eggs, 4041W.Ad.
At tT.ftve cent for I RATIONINGContinud
,l dozen"
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And' every. mall led that foe tlm**-and admonished his bearers ..-. -..::;.:,"'- -. -=::-
Into the round to aw that -Walter Weiss and i;;;,- - ---_"=3 .
Hal the,blessing of the OJ>X alt others holding similar jobs are :=-'-.' -=-
Know Just how to grow and kicked out" when the'emergency > - .t

know just where twill go la over _' -J_:;: ; ..:. ..
, And Just what the consumer "When the war I* over, let's -J-,..: --.c:==-s:
muit pay. get rid of bureaucratic regiment 7" -==: -- 1JeFOR. _

ation," Weiss tald.U. -- -- -
: But the evergreen trees 'feet discouraged Orennell told of the things I
and bluer that are done too keep up the
And each aipllng u tad ai can physical fitness and morale of
R be.With the soldier In camp. Me said the]
h no one to cut It or iwlpe It soldiers who return after the war
e "or buy. wall look to Rotary and similar
It cannot be a gay Christmas organization for leadership In I
tree. restoring the normal conditions
I of civilian liCe and making lure
Put a wlM mother tree bends that the peace won was worth,
down to: her sprig the sacrifice.WVm .
And the says "Little Sap, don't ,

be lid. Mil airline b A. Art" \
For you'll keep on growing and
t next year. maybe ALMA SANCHEZ !
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Make a home coming soldier

boy glad." HAIRDRESSER j


COUNCIL APPROVESContinued 114 Cord W.". Oral CiMn nnilrrrlr
I '- *| ik* kt lr.... SitelMiur hi!
( from Page One) COOL WAVE rrRMAr refs tmt RAM!I ='"
SCt'tPTliaiNO. PkM 4-IM for Aaplat. -
at taxpayers' expense, and that -.. I 55s oaf Ld a.r..a Y.Ii.,
continued use as riding grounds r"-a'a..ri-been' Tow ant' three hundred
would result I In Them ir* sear Masse shop km tMl ..n Awls.1w TWO. years our
expensive repairs M rrii>ri. .. .. MablbkMM .* tkbMI faced the future with
to recondition the park for playIng .. ... ,
*. b . from Uw .ta diKJi. *f
ball and tout hearts with fortitude and
courage ,
*.H>|I- and *mliMM.l t* .'"* *> tar
Stating the case for the horsemen earn ......... .f hear nhrat *l>lniIkniMk the wisdom born of trying times. They bequeathedus
were Win. C Ewlng, CroverDecker sad reliable. ttnti*.
J. U. Free Charles Ewing ALMA SANCHF.I HAIR DC8SKR. the ways, means and ability to accomplish, the

:, and Harry Cooper. The council \\m Coal 0J>.... b *M rf lk> bat basks impossible during the past'two years.
\ ass .. ...
.t. anise shop ta KM III.
approved the request on the con *..*. nr tar kkriMt kraMkM Wkranty Throughout our history there has always been
dition that no damage be done to .....ft .ft ,........* Ttabm ., sop vocal minority aloud that
: a very trying Americaalready '
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grass or shrubbery, nose drop sew .,.- sf prra.nt we*. :'
Building permits were Issued O .*.. U tftn I* give the tmtamtf OnIn ,. ;:;.+ has passed her zenith, only to have ever greater ,
J. Wollam to build a $150 wash *t wave wkM kw bait PM>*.kit .4' achievements' repudiate their dire prophecies. '
shed on Lot IS in Beldler addi- fatii tar MlfW and MODH.N COLD t . J.
tion; to Cleveland Johnson for WAYS tmurwM With tk* _k_ 1- :: : . How dark were the days of Valley Forge and how ,:-:;

$ISO worth fit repairs to I buildIng IM.rblu Las.n..0> ..k this bar...Tab*. 1-4414010' .\ b 'j......'' wonderful the years which followed! To have less faith and ,....:

In plnehunt addition and to TW tub. to Ml Ml dry mi bash Wt '1 fortitude and wisdom than did our forefather is 'to .
the SL Paul's Baptist Church In ....... ';
p HMM M ttnrtln On map k* ; : Y
the negro quarter for $5SO repairs. wWI i.... kM If krk MIr Ions stn't5. :. spiritually desert our children and their children's children .

and It ....... of 1101116 r M ..... in these trying times.I .

GROWERS ASSURED *gar> Milt sows appearance, ban Mftmnb. .1 .:: :t'4f We believe that the American people of today willfully

(Continued From Page. One) br Walcott esd be .Mel4 pt..... d measure up to the heritage our forefathers bequ ..the.lI.
on Berlin," Mr. Chandler sued beautyb,+ like u. w at bea.e :
pointed TW 4.TIk a5.e.mtee of w ...... ... Our belief'n the American people so IIttonl' .
out. "This one fact should convince dirt sal irtaM _...... .bob ss.w for laveac. ,.
I that
all el we are now making plans .t ;
thinking persons the ...... ardrsir ess.'o r-a. and ,
necessity of the most strict con a" be weIl OVA ."&M" .@bUootio" : meat of Nbmatiall'llmi of private capital to pro _
semtlon. We are asking growersto ,_ a Ml vkbb sup k* .tawM elf krk
'vide
share ttteJr. trucks and other sod MT Ike*::-. 'G.r.1.'Nm ever-increasing opportunities ,for gainful Iii I
equipment! and to apply only for Abe* is.-rut 4.0 employwent'ia' the development of those great
... .- Mwanm sad '
,
their'
rock-boMom gas needs 1-- natural resource* of norida ferttk ail;idtgwte
m, perm a Fuel ....... .
Other hoard members are J. R. Agents and tar _.... MksM. rainfall and plenteous sunshine fSTATES. I ..,;;
Brooks AJ T. Arthur. Chas H.Steffaol .. l mms.w ,M55 .
and Walawright Erasi 1 probe and .::.0-b ees :. the .: "

Chairman E. A. Carter .at the = Mo..Mrs,. Thor books let / e 1t .'r ," 'SUGAR: :
War Price and Rationing"'Board .. wawa. M :a.na rr se.Yaw55 / ,
said that tin curtailment of led son 444" and w .... raft. wan
"tas'te expected to effect' gaga twatdtesticaiyr' saint tw yes ./a be rt..d.-Ad.. ". :ce R' r:e'RA, T lte. ..NIf ','f';
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,WPI blls akWeM pleasure Asti drivers wbeq, farm who .t.-.; year , .. .CLEWIST&'a.TLUi i A- '

'rNus bras *... aPt:, -- BTtfA$ retg1.; .. J__ .' .., "" . '''h' ., ','
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t December 10, 1943 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Pale F' v

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mJllIIllIIlIlIlIlIlIIlIIlI lfI1II mnlllrt: had a family reunion at the home week-end guests,at the honk of ..................................... 1 on "airplane sheet in Book '
I of their daughter, Mr*. E. J. Cyal,I Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Booker Your Dates Three good for 1 pair
on Thanksgiving . ." I
GASOLINE:-A-8 coupon 1004-
20 Years Ago'iSSSS&S "Love at kit sight at Waycross,, Sgt and Mrs. L. C. Aldrich and With Uncle Sam through Feb. I.
Ga. culminated la the marriage ot family of Orlando visited relatives j.
Miss Lena Holland' of that city I here this week, and returned to ..-................................ FUEL: OIL-'Period 1 coupon
and Roy Cavender of Homesteadat their home Saturday good through Jan. 1 Period S
the bride's home city the first MIATV FATS-Brown Stamps coupons became good Nov. JO.
L. M. and N good through Jan. I.
---' .-. of the week . She I* a trained JAMES AKCHKB SMITH
IT P becomes good Dec. 12 and remains CHAPLAIN TO SPEAK
iSi sad card "
iI'2i! nurse . .
._. . HOSPITAL NEWS
witk ejw BSNMS*"S) good through Jan. J. f I
MAW K- II, MU. An Invitation will be extendedto
PROCESSED roODS-Green
mlJiJ3HltPil Twin sons were born.Dec, I to Chaplain lUvanaugh A, Lay of
1 ItDWliUllUllllDUnll FLORIDA CITY ttampi A. B. and C In Book Four
the Rev. Homestead Army Air Field to
and Mrs. R. E. Hastings
good ttamigh Dee. 20. D S: andF
"The first solid carload of tomatoes By WrrM f.T .shipped f from the lower east Smith Hospital Mrs. Hastings and Redland District Idlnleton' AM \ x
.coast rolled out *f Naranja, Saturday I the kabiee Walter and Warren, SUOAB-SUmp NA M la Book elation it WM decided. b1.... I'
'. These'were . plneland The W. .CA met Thursday at were returned to their borne Tues Four good for I pound through group at the recent Meting.
tomatoes* grown by Claude WeD- the home of Mrs. J. B: Cohernour day: Ian. 11 'The' association nceta! mach

aid and Fred Link . ." and planned for a nipper to be Mr. and Mrs. Bart Nixon of SHQES-SUmp: No. II In Book month In the First ItpNit Church

..Mr*. Lena Knowles who .Ji bald at '90 Dee. IT In the Community Homestead are parents of a ton fknj good for I pair Stamp No. of Homestead.TENTREVIVAL. .
-- -- ---- --
In Miami church. bora Dan a.
-taking a business course t r
I Thanksgiving and the weekend Babies born Nov. S] were: a son
.1 "' pent in Homestead. with her father. iot': and' iiN; W. Cavee and to. Cap<< and Mrs. Hiatus &
Ronald
: her .- are expected Royal of Naranja. to Mr.
:t .'C.-T. J'ucbl, sr.. and a son
.:In-1aw and sister, Mr and MI'I. to return soon from Puerto and Mr*. J. E. Tweedy of Homestead -'
, Fred Redd. Rico' ,' to make their home here and a daughter to Mr. and
eateralped asbouieguest Mr. Caves has been employed Mrs. Talma
:' "Mr*. Cad Deden > Prestwood of Islsmorado. -'
there for several
week-end months. :
during the

'A'-, .'her Mrs.three Tom Aildren"Brooker of. 'Miami and I 'Mr, ,. cI".Mrt.-; L. R. Becker aph'Yates Warrant of Officer Homestead and Mrs.are parents Jo-- Dr. P. TJCollett, Eva geliot uA World TriY&r
moved into their new home In
"Mrs. George West was reportedat of a ton born Nov. 24.
the Port Graduate Hospital today the Community Church personage A son was born to Pvt. and Mrs. AT
.
Monday
improving satisfactorily Robert J. Merrick on Nov. SI
.. '.. u operation she underwent Medical patients this week Goulds Assembly .f God Church I
after an Mrs. P. A. Bowman and daughter -
w were Charles Drawdy snd Dominie
.SundIJ.Shepherd of North Haven Rhoda Jean ef Mercedes Beaantls of Florida City and (Stone Church) :
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"R. Tex. will strive this week to visit
.. arrived at this riortda City home"a'Vorsythe 14... E. A. Rhodes. Joe Griffin of Goulds. Services sdchUy al T:4i ouept Saturday aM Mesiday'

of The many church friends In the Redland District win be '
and family .
I, Charles Becker of Key West Tea ova a4 ,
. >A
14 near the Dayl null west of ymt ATTACK."I Quentin Short*. ",
Florida Clt1. I Seamen 11C Davis Acres and kl WOE
si'J4r. and )1..1. O. McSweeney. Arnold Wheller of Opa Locks were BACKING THE:

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;<' 'CORAL GABLES [ Holiday trains will be crowded kwith Service Menf I

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cYCLE SHOP :

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., fawf. ....ti.Ii -.i. a..gols 7. '" _.

': farItat -!** prkw .

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>** ** '.brid... =. .. his IsetNrsee4 ''' . "
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I by tile. lrrfcunfen pstroaase Mused k r ( ;
'1 b,.to ...... on... tIIIo is bkycl' : .....
.td -to.HMM, parts COM wttkMt
>> -lay. Not.Mb *. tW ...,., dirk and Xour ; I Ii
7e.aa ... :d nooses at dw ems amts
look .... /of; the heat hi wpnlrCM ..w. I ,
.... older people who kM Lars.d '

tile aoants..1" C..ularl'this -W,.1d at at tsswp.Metlos thisflout ,staying home' i j ji
.
I ... w.k bares as that know pick i
... .ffkl.st .,rake Ja slwsra shs.
This Am ....tai tins 'id parts for 1
.u yahoo, ..< b ono elv Out .>"'"l per i 0 wilts eed I J
.. iWM It th0M > .o..sail!.
.f btaadlar f.slsees el ,
1
.....pr.enus tko Anwrim durlne,tile part ; I
desde 1s fa. tn..deswty 1.-.... su.- t '
5 Wr Monk .n4 IW wide variety '"fMI his cominghomeJLLOME
| to whisk they hate kM .o.. Tk .
bask i kW >'HM t MM at the most -
r.Nlsl thin" I. A.dlras. "'" .
__10"I MuMrtal sad _.... Now.heat. .
.,, b.aa" Df tile ...Hin sheaf. for the Holidays I Happy mothers and
|MM kiwvkl about WniM el our war F ;
J "'''". Ik* kVrtta kw MM InM Its t their sons, wives and their husbands reunited

'.was after months of patient waiting. How much it
I II. W C. P.; gek. the popular andIVfldnt w f
bud .* UM CORAL CABLE ., means to those in the service and their families. ; i

iCTCLK, BHe. ku kM"--'"r rove of ...
.avorkaw Is i the ...,... -k.lMM M* b .*'J Thouand'of men and women in uniform
(wall ...... If m want a klnrcto or will be homeward bound during the holidays.
said pain, tw .... a ...... H. Was ; :
"as "drysn at low .....-A.-. Many families will be going to visit their boys in

camp. Trains are sure to be crowded with thaN

travelers from a week before Christmas until aI

week after New Year. ,..
Try Us When YON NeedA ...

Haircut But this year travel space is definitely Ul \1licl.*

or There won't be room for everyone else who wishes ,I

Shave, to go.Extra cars and locomotives, formerly avail

able, must continue to move troops and traffic

9alre'at. e lit .d vital to those en the nation' many battlafronta.r .
teary 26eHaspoe
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Main)___"lie "'So before you plan a trip during the holiday : '.

Ibsespee (K,'.!. w)_ 1SeraeIal r aakyourself is it really neceaaary?Will it inttrfere t l 11
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with some boy In uniform homeward bound and

t'aeIaI Pack lie -0. the family anxiously awaiting his arrival. Your.

........... 4----4-756.........,.. Igo . staying home will help to speed his journey.:,

Tea* lie AU through the holWUp the men a 'I
_111.1 the Florid raw coast Ita' 0,
I MBstacheTrha lieBUSII'S wary wW ke wetkinf night and Ur- '
FLlltlA'
I .J ;.- handle a huge extra Uod .! fc1tnatl. -' EAST COAST > "
.-ecyrea*;mllilMr and ale "
ar..... fai M4i"u... vital wvterUl ,
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gym RAILWAY I
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I MISS LOUISE HARRI3 BECOMES BRIDES CHRISTMAS DANCE WITH ORCHESTRASET 1

S It OF WARRANT OFFICER RALPH P; BROWN I Th Calendar' BY USO FOR THURSDAY, DEC. 23:

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1< Mia Louis Harris daughter ofU tucky at the Urn c t his enlistment Dee. 11-USO dance. A Christina dance for which dance will be heM Saturday! eve

: Mr. and Mn. Trannl M. Harris Dec 11-USO open house sponsored music will befurnished by the ping* pec. II. '
1 Warrant Officer and Mr* Brown the First Methodist base orchestra I* being planned by Lest Saturday wetting, the Red-
became the bride of Warrant OI- by
| were given. a surprise shower Wednesday the USO for Thuraday. Dee. 23. land Neighborhood Club wa the
t Church of Homestead.
:| fleer 0..), Ralph P Brawn of night by memben of the Dee. 1J-Christmas party of The club room will be decorated hostess group and provided..cookie ..
{ Carlb"WIllI Headquarters at Homestead Church .f CIIr t. Calse- Homestead Girls*4-H Club. with- holiday streamers and light ** hot coifea grtd'.irlre9da. Mrs '
\! West Palm Beach la a ceremony and punch WIN served. Dee. 1+Concert by Homestead .1.well a* a Christina tree. The Ralpl. \ W. Klngman. chairman,
i j performed Tuesday. Nov. Ml, lathe The ..aurprtwera: Mr and High School band and glM dub In entertainment program which'is w assisted, by Mr. W, Q. '
; Dude County court houae.Th I Mr*. M. L. Stephen, Mr. and, school auditorium. being worked out by the Soldier Chase, Mrs. E. E. Vlhlen, Mn. '
).c *.brid wa graduated from Mrs W. C Morton, tin. M. Swam, Dec 14-CSO dance with base Advisory Council provide for W. H Sykea Miss. Ross and; MissHolmes.
.: Homel1 cl- High School. In 1B38 Mrs feat Hilliard Mn. Lee HU- orchestra. treasure hunt which will precede 'Also assisting were Mrs
and tier from Law. the dance. Fred-Suber. Mr ., Gen '
Z earn Mississippi liard Mn. V. L. Harris Mrs Dee. 13-MeeUng of Homestead H. FIU-
\' with her parent In 1824.t son Walker, Mr*. C. H. Shaw, P.T.at 3:41; executive board at The singing of Carol will be Patrick and. Mr*. Frederick. R.
t 5i i The bridegroom has recently Gypsy Howard and Rol ndH rrls. arn"td.for Christmas Eve, and Weber.
returned from active overseas 241.Dec.. 19-USO dance sponsoredby on Christmas night the usual Sat- On Thursday evening of last
t'; duty and U awaiting reiulgnment Thoae who sent gift were Mr. Altar Society of Sacred Heart urday dance will be held with week the Woman's Auxiliary of
'I 1, He U a ton of Mr*. Clara and Mr*. H. C. Harris Mr. and Church. special holiday feature. St. John' Episcopal Church pro
Brown of Buchanan, Ky, and wa Mr. Elam Fussell and Mr*. O..M. Dee. 17-Benefit supper a! Florida Flan are under' way for a formal Tided hostesses and refreshment
t attending Berea College In Ken. Cooper. City Community Church at New, Year dance on',Thurs at the dance More than one hun-
130.: day Dee 30, at which th*' base dred fifty guest enjoyed the
MRS. JOEL J. ROBINSON. IS- ELECTED Dec. It-fV&O dan orchestra'will play. homemade cake and cookie,
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Dec.:' Christmas'party of On Tuesday, Dec 28 there will limeade and coffee. Hostesseswere
SOUTH DADE GARDEN CLUB PRESIDENT American Legion and auxiliary be a squadron dance directed by : Mr*. C. J. Parman Mr*. A.
at 4p.en. service men In accordance with L. Burgreen Mrs. Ruth Scott, Mrs
Mn. Joel J. Robinson was elected red bougalnvlllea and tall red candles Dec. 20-Chrlstma* party of the USO regulations Junior hostesses C. J. Roman, Mn. Nettle Also-
:} president of the South Dade to carry out the Christmas Woman' Club of Homestead who are accustomed to attend brook, Mn M. H. Sykes and Mr*.
*. Garden Club at a meeting held motif In the decorative scheme Dec. 21-W.S.CS.supper, honoring the dance are cordially Invited , A. E. Paul..Also helping were Mr*.
Monday afternoon at her home on She was assisted. in serving Ice Circle Three followed by to be present, but there will,Fred Suber, Mn. Frederick .Weber -
S W, first st. Mn. Ernest Francis cream and cake by her mother Christmas party. be no need of help of the seniorhostesses Mrs. Ralph W. Klngman And
j wa named first vicepresident Mn. Grace McLellan Smith. Mia Marjorie Sackett
Dec. 22-Homestead Rotary Club say Director W. E. D. ,
; Mrs. Sam J. Davis, second Othen present we,,: Mn James Christmas party Ward. -

= vice-president; and Mr*. Chris I McCready, Mrs. Ben Young Mr* Dec. 23-USO Christmas part/. The open house from 4 to- 8:30 LOCAL P.T.A. PROGRAM
'' Petersen, eecretary-trealurer. O. W. Calkins Mn Herman Heln- Dec. 26 Chrlstma party for pm. Sunday afternoon will be TO HONOR GRANDMOTHERS
; Mr*. Davis Identified different leln and Mn. R. J. Shepherd. children of Sacred Heart Church sponsored by the First Methodist A special program honoring
Varieties of zinnias, and Mr*. EI-, -- Church of Homestead. The base pranftnothers will be presented at
:, berta Bui* presented each mem- 86 GUESTS PRESENT AT ANNUAL PARTY i iI orchestra will provide music for the December meeting of the
ber of the group with amaryllls I the dance Tuesday evening, and Homestead P.T.A at 3:45 p.m.
; bulb The club decided to send]I TO MARK FOUNDING OF LOCAL CHURCH on Thursday the Altar Society of Wednesday Dec. 15.
I individual Christmas gift of cookie I the Sacred Heart Church will The executive board will meetat
and other delicacies to Mr*. Eighty-six members and frlendi was erected ti) 1934.A \ sponsor the dance and will pro- 2:4: $, announces the president
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Ceo E. Reed former poet laureate of the Homestead. Presbyterian chicken pilau I supper was vide refreshments The usual I Mr, H. L Brandenburg.
of the club who Is ill In a nursing Church attended the annual party 'served buffet style on tae lawn
home at 58242 N. E. Second ave. held Friday evening the homeof No formal program was presented -
In Miami Dr. and Mn Carl Robinson to but the Rev Marvin T Murphy
f Mrs. Robinson used poinsettias, mark the seventeenth anniversaryof l pastor, made a brief talk dl I
; the founding of the 'congregation the group enjoyed social hour.

: YOUNGSTERS WILL DANCE here on Dec ,S, 1828 A
; TONIGHT AT CLUBHOUSE The group originally met In the The Homestead Art Club has N d
Mn. Adrian Jacob and Mn. Nests King Cooper School buildIng postponed the meeting' scheduledfor
and the church edifice December.
W E Rheney will be hostesses at present
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h school age which I'I being held I II ECONOMY SIZE Shc.Wd'ed r
this evening In the Woman' Club '
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+\ : Mrs. T. J. Harris and Mn. J. D. d
I i Burnes chaperoned more than PULL QUAil

fifty young guest at last week' AGA"REX .
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dance when cold drink and cookie e..SICrites'. .csowostrill

were served, and music wa COMPOUND 3
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furnished by the Juke organ. A dependable emulsion i

I SKIN LOTION of heavy) minrttl ml. 1
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NEW SCOUTS PRACTICE
; FIRE BtnrniNq, AT CAHPRule Ii r 0 Smoothing 10 tough, .
q1Sr 1 Wind ltdJsned Hindi. r e oa. Sit* IMTSN I
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,building
i , studied and ptlVfnto practice by facafowdsr. Tooth-Powder ecM=oMr I it
{ tenderfoot scouts of the Home- ICONOMV tizE
Head girls' troop al the day camp Comparable to more 39c
i held Saturday at the home of Mr*. : II ?C MEN: Uq costly nationally .Jeri' ;

( Frank Skill ON." tvN sistJ brands
Most of the girl passed the 'k --
; test o( making a lire with two 1 1f ICM HALF GRAIN lesser
I matches, and each cooked her LUNCHat' SACCHARIN Jallttt fa
lunch over aft open fire. After
Each tablet equsli2tsps. O7*
rest hour game were played
of sugar in sweetness.
and the girls were taught to make ourSODA

I bed roll and to put up and take I 7i--B I,...,
down a pup tent
Cold Tablets
Inca Nell Roman wa appointed S"(1f113'9'FOUNTAIN
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due 10 common colds.
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.ye- .. .. *rr ,carrying lose .oJ.. soldier cad sailors 0",furlo'nk '
,,.,e6. .rice' and often"tntire! l tti-loJs of troop. Ytl 1a ab.'i.19A seal, 3 9e;
,...-or-. glow 1 ;:latest foe Fhil.
:lAt Sffbogrd is,Joint ihr lest to mtttdl lSml"'" ''dretr b0l'A: ..
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ROLLER SKATE terrier ore Hady to ft *pttitk .,y nuontrnintttcKtn 'I M..ss H ace Iftl ., '.
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[ December_ __ 10, 1943 n __ HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE 1'a&e's..iJ.;;.1ADDIr11ION1AL :


1Jn.. 11" "",.." CLASS PLANS! CHRISTMAS ] '


1 11ki1 ? .i n...., ,.u..m!,. ,,w uua., ,,,e,,. SOCIAL,. ;, BOXES At the FOR annual SERVICE Thanksgiving MEN 1 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISE r


MRS H. I. BROWN REELECTED ; dinner. ofthe of tI.a4.Wule. JHrst) FellowshipClass Methodist ., tine 1 1 1RArT I

OF HOMESTEAD METHODIST'THimrH WSrsUrf. . Dec. If r First Insertion lOc subsequent Insertion
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Harvey L. Brown was reflected Mrs. E. S. Capfinger, treasurer S In the Sunday school rooms,I be a line

president of the Woman's Named as secretaries of the various plans were made to fill Christmas 1 ti --t1 ( I

Society of Christian Service of the departments of the society's boxes for (lass members, now In FOR RENT : TURKEYS FOR SALE Retail. .

First Methodist Church of Homestead work were: Mrs. O. Sewell Palmer service. I dressed, drawn only. No dellv't

.. at I meeting held Tuesday. I! missionary education; Mrs. The dinner menu Included: fried ,ROOMS and apartment Reasonable cries. J. A. Hudson Bauer dr.

Elected to serve with her were: Casper Williams, student work; chicken, noodles, candied yams, rates. hot water and show. and Country Club li Phone .

Mrs. Stanley Matthews, vice-pres- Mrs. Dave Williams, Christian fruit salad, olives and' pickles Cora Palms Hotel Florida City. 24S-J. (ntJtf) Ia

tldent: Kit. 3, A. McNeil), record' service; and Mrs. Dan Williams, pumpkin pie and coffee. Group i f ,

tog secretary; Mrs. O. L Showal- supplies singing was enjoyed. j FOR SALEFOR 1834 CHEVROLET k-door sedan. *.

ter corresponding secretary; and;;. The group voted to give $110 Those attending were: tha Rev. Hxtor Supply Co. Phone 33: ** :

towards furnishing the new buildIng and Mrs. Palmer, Mr., Homestead, Fla. (n5-tff ,'
PROCLAMATION AND NOTICE tow SALE -W.VtI 1elow OPA
Of RI.gCTION to be erected at the mission and Mrs. Field, Mr. andMrs '
,a 1 'voTtci is HKKMIY civrhUK.. a :center at Key West and to. give Fred ,McConnell Mr. and ]I ,prices: 1 Chevrolet trucks: lltn FOR SALE-Model A 1% ton "
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IW .... bald a4 Mn !. ton 35 long
gum.l:EkjoUoe '. wheelbase. dual Glade Buggy and FonUon
$S to help buy vestments for the Mrs. \
ear Mil In DM ely of Mrs. Paul Rich Mr. and wheels
',11........ tlM-Mo. s. Twodiy, Jftraoryt 'young people's choir of the Mithodlit George Estsll, Mr. and Mrs. Dan'1 overhauled motor, good Tractor. Also 50 gaL oil drums.
t 1M4. in a e.danw with IM Charter tires; H ton '30, new tires, perfect Wolfe Auto Wrecking, P. 0.
church here.
Mimnoload, Plnrtra, negro Williams, Mrs. Robert McLero),i iMra.
r if the MM Car f. motor.
4 fw .... riwtlon. .of .... dieselssorfisee named| Circle Three of which Mrs. J. Wllson..Crosby, Mrs. Lor- J. B. Walker Tallahassee Box 788>> Homestead, Fla. Phone
'' and omnrlhnMl D. Redd Is leader, was voted the ralne Crawford Mrs. Casper Williams I Rd, Bauer Dr. Princeton. 382-J (ottf)

On.Film Murar jj.;,.r ," t. i best .all-round circle throughout Miss.Jean Mustard..Misses' .H J.AXJ( (Pd 10)
dad ikt ;".;mlhr.:*k"lt'b. oyedeilat '1 the year, and M a reward will be and Antoinette Maya MUs RARE TROPICAL TREES shrubs, ,
.. ... .... Helen FOR'SALE OR RENT-40 ornamentals ,
,<*c\ A. tk.ll *. TW t acres palms Phone Cal
MM dye entertained at a 7 o'clock Supper 1 Mary McNeill, Miss Barbara Wil section I
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Inn M Highland known M kins, 1I3-W. 2 Ml. w. of Florida
..J TIN folkmlMt timii Kkwtan k... on Tuesday, Dec. :21. Afterwardsthe llama.. Robin Field, Call Crosby
hMm iuly. ......._ M 'Ckvk.... Jo.ewP1101 the Joe Davis farm). Dr. T. R. City. J23U)
Christmas '
. ..a made" ....id Rimues I annual party will and Jerry Powell. I fculll., For further information
B. t. Dookv be held, when names will be INCOME TAX
A. C.
I aee Easton Rout I. Box
>. Reward Lamb drawn to form new circles for the MARTIN NAMED .,
W. H. Was MMn. 1A. --. MRS. CHAS M8, HemestMd. (pd3-m.
R U.I....... .. C.."' cording year LEADER OF WJrt-U. CIRCLE E. r. MARtRALL
., N Uw k FURTHER GIVEN that oil I ,
1 MIOOM who njini the .ynllf<..lloii4 One Mrs. Charles Martin was elected REPAIRABLE: HOUSE with lot in Income Tax andAccounting '.1
t '.' Mte to mini In a ornament .loetln, MISS DE MARIA PRESENTS leader of Circle Three of the'W.M Homestead, 1500. floo down Office: Homestead Orocjry: ,
and who. then knew wmUt In the CUP of READING FOR W.M.IT. .U. of the First Baptist Church i iI ; balance easy payments. Eleanor .j
PlorMn wring the .1.! wnth*
1.. =.1"a the Elortfc-n. and still.. of Homestead at I meeting Thursday Froscher 25 S. Flagl-r Ave., LOST t/
'.kit rrrtotmd to the rmtatratlon ....... A reading "The Story of aPicture" at hsr home. Mrs.. J. R. Pope Homestead. Phone 215-J. (d3U)
( of rid City of Hon o lM4 nt Inut ton 1101 Miss Clorin named secretary and Mrs. H. LOST-Purse containingour No. I 1
:.tan prior to MM _Inn. ....11 U presented by I wan ,
.U.IKW.. to M. In .aelection.. D] Maria wan a highlight of a Collier treasurer. 5-BEDROOM HOME!:, barns and 3 and No. 4 ration books and

..The. PliirkU.City. Clark k krrr of the dlrartnl City of to Homo.U oubIbk -. meeting held Friday by the W.M. Mrs. J. Tom Vann was appointed garage, large plot of ground in 144 driver's license Willie :"

> this Notlc. of Ebirthiii to a wwI '., .. "_>..rn .ukll-.k..l In the City ofHa.e.4 Homestead to observe the foreign I work; Mrs. S. A. King, social eanor Froscher, 25 S. Flagler) I
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In aid a ivnornl mission weak of prayer. chairman; and Mrs. James. C. Ave. HortiMUad.: phone I15-J ;

; DOW this Vila t.. of Pra nkf" >r.A. P., Others taking part en the program Vann, program chairman.Mrs. (d3tf) --- i''

T. I. HARRIS were: Mrs. J. Tom .Vann J. Tom Vann directed ho FREE! If Excess sell causes you f\
Mayor.Atka. Mrs A. D. Smith. Mrs R. E. Edwards program presented by the circle FRESH DOG or CAT FOOD-- pains of Stomach Ulcers Inillrestien. 1
R. S. EDWARDS 'Mrs Catherine Pickard yesterday at the monthly business I made of whole real and other :, Heartburn CeUhlng. I

of KontMtMd City Cb seat>rkCla .. and Mrs. L. B. Crantford.II meeting at the W.M.U. beef products, 20c lb, phone Bloating Nausea JIB Pains, !
-- __ ______L _____ _H_ 238-J evenings. (plttf) get free sample. Uriita at /1

Bt Inro year awake mar .: Girl H*. P.",>'t Made for ChriilnmiMUBNOR Mur tr'endA _'. of ,.....'.1' i. Brown's Pharmacy (PIT j
not only .. ._II"t Ckrhlnm lift, buth. NOTICE or API"'I'ATIIo: FOR TAX'' .
S STUDIOPORTRAITS . a moat .-......' (IK.Mr # File DEED Iraq I, WANTED :

H. .. Mum, the 0"I.I. NOTICE U HEREBY OI\KM tin, Idea
.- OIL itudlo, k >n expert In Mi pm,....... tolln Ihler, alder u ."'._ W City WANTED-Reilr: work stone ;
a 111 Bi_i'111l.d. MtemL Tol. 1MAaR' .. MURRAY'Pr.p.t and ta mil kMV 1* thin Mrtliw. M .t Hialeah T.. CmlflnM 1<1.inkm4to building, cement work
fttttm offt*rm Chalho ... DMinrUon la 1' _.>k. at Low ,.**. Plnor.M.1wttor ........... H. rtfon swim attention ,(/>1' A.41-and D. ,.42.... died the and dap 01 lu.. t roofing,
ha etc. Ilth Hour Box 66
rued Mid Mission ,
;.Nor.- ..IA.bm ft *...... MY..M.a _-........ w-:: *,.. % ALL meat.n OIl or nnni.* f<* Homestead
:Tab. li. ....,bar NldTear.tad.'ass w wkn k. oonm k_ on fnrtowkV '...11.... nor film a *I.H Now I IMls.lti ,ax dad a lea th.Ma Is aa.daa.e[
by Seethes van .a ,tor tMmef.at .1' MUTM .tin H.dl.. h ......... alto for, -*." 1 wish''''''el.......Sold...1......mike"m-..... a embra the. Coney a the WANTED: Ducks, ao'a week. 25eIK. I
... roue eb.terapb." .'Ass, '"... 'J.. .rK.> and mat setup work '.this f:of Do" Sate of P1. rI4a,, a wits
,.......... ors' amt eayssel... '........ st.tIooJIIIBNeaofMWIO Ilk. sad then are ......... of .Its arthil.kUlto .. a-... a" R"WreALEXANDER'S Lot I" sack 1e. HI.k... ...... Ad- I Rt 2, Box .201, Homestead.
4.M4wMwM.i. lea .. tidy In she >in m of many tit-tktrallh. I ; aI..Ie. the City of Hakrb. ..Can..f .... (nt9if)

{aesel.11n a .0". .east wow. for h the *niinnUy. i if ..d. -a C-State,......r. N.Pl.rid 0',. n.a -_-
11 -... TI, wet plea.l..e Dealing. wffeoe V Moot of paid 0 most to "dl the 914 I need groves with or without
:'Yeti rim Maltw ;; : m'1fa sq/ itatsst..r .M'a.kle.bon '_ bas aM.r.epbsmade t b"'- .......... met 111-the am" of. .t homes. I prospects" yajting.Drop.me. R
J.IoIat'! .. .. to ___.' Io MnMn. V NMrWr iv.n 14.1..,". SHOE ;ln AIRING. . a:postai-or-oaa J.. K..
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faeem tor":,nioJ'I : +.'t114.Fves .. vmkW of vkrnlntar wJ ll.,..| .... M ... . Dorn 2243, Miami at my ex-
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611ml .tkw4aat..w; 54..r's.....b.Nh .. < ...II"'. This "....* "XT. than CO 4. .Ala {:.wtiflr.-4., '.. The .e.-swat pcnse. charger.o29d30)
, encibew'hrta'a.amr ,....4w NP-"K riimbkM l"'tk. >nf>lf,f tkkiniOTl 4.i I IIA" .., sold Pima too Under the jam sew .
;If. In'i' ... tln.wteeased was a the. .awed V. --
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jssat111014 taadk: Tb.r.Jd., eam'1 =-:;, t'hr..hr SPA, InvlM Pas HOT to \... -M I ;;*-:#..0.;...:..;... T.l.5Jgi" -U._ 'aid ae ifiraaShen -"he" M.ea.d WILL- PAY $J .lo: $23 tor Junk

t a assR pert ap .... .e yeas .lace pear.a........ made for your kMnt .r roe Sake 'r_. ;Yves.t _I.. 1. law W ldwd will cars tlso farm machinery. 1
I time .a the Ilk d y of .I....,,. Wolfe. Auto Wrecking. P. a Box
s . O! ,.. !'knownANnrRs..,.. eo ...,_. .. v Ml4a. Ord, 'A. lA1944. 7M. Homestead Fla. Phone3v2J.
Paroofted 1M +ean1. IN-0 A. fh.-'Tbla tkta <,tb 4u it Mmmk.r. A. '

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nra some panel peon "'
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jnur ..._ dines to the ......, you rani:
t eN we p.r.l wet ..... th"y. will be leavened I Ito
yw. In tin ton ikrao, iurmouoUng the CspUol Home of Freedom
Tk. ....... It .....-* with the hWI.morklnory > Dome at Waihin >
ion stands CrawforoifwrMit
an4 asset workman ONLY
IN ............ ....,... love kmtto00,411 statue ef of Prow the
K the very WH okulvklTklo ..-I." .jI. freedom symbol and liberty our I .
them to pew aid, askk ieid'd-Pool government has guar. a '
.. *N.el1ffHt. work nt r>o.o..ol ........1 I anteed M Immigrant -jp_ '
If Fat M. In the act lot a ti hail, > and native chuni alike, jfr '
.%eiwiomr. junk Plain 1n, Y.s' roll. Met since the founding of
the wow:' do.e d.Aar'tha II.... Ate Republic ,,.- I aa
Bo.r4lM. what work way nor 4 t ko ODRO, or whether Ik. kaM r*. (T, j jI
HH. W ,h.t'r MaeaJ the Saaa..F e.wr$ and; :
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new I. his weak and .es.last4 aeb..n. .. and IIIMttr sore boilsw,
ae . -.... W **okln* kh MTHr the Notes blow -w.tds
brlpfal ...n, a ..I..L' mouthed to Jackal pup. ,.
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Map .a' om"Wa4 ............., la New Keep. america Free. ; e1IIIIIeICrt> ': *.
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Pace,Eight --or T HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE December 10. 194.1 "

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Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rice have with her aoa and daughter-in-law,! Stewart Springer, who 11.... ''<;
sold their home on Newton rd. Mr. and Mr*. John Harrell, Jr.. at Honed at the naval research lab ,,'
In and Around and are occupying tilt property of their borne on N.W. 13th at. 1 oratory at Marathon, pent last J;
L. Anderson on Farmlife rd. week-end here with his family.
I Robert 11 Ho klnsx>f Tallahassee Clarke
Min Mertle Elsenau arrived extension forester of the Florida Mrs. R, S. left this week
Homestead Wednesday from Chicago to spend Forest and Park Service, wa for Miami where she and Mr.
Clark will make
winter home of Geo. N. their home Mr.
soma Mm at her on a guest Wednesday
dark:, who I ,
Newton rd. W eleld. employed here, will :
I i Join her later.
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Dr. and Mr Frank Htusman,I Robert from the office )
Clyde E. 1 M,.. W. W. Hooker of Qtra and ,,
Mill Margaret Berger will undergo I Capt and Mrs. William Swan- and their grandson Frank, are of the state board of healthIn I '
her Wesson
tons and Jerry, rli-
an operation tomorrow at tcy and baby, Wllllasn, Jr, are recuperating from flu. Jacksonville wa a guest Tuesday ited ,recently with Mrs.
Hooker'sparents
Jiduon Memorial Hospital to correct visiting for two week with Capt of hit brother and lster-In- ,1
v an eye Injury sustained while I Swaiuey'a cousins Mr. and Mr*. Mr*. Gees E. Reed who has been law, Mr.\ and Mr*. E. A. Robert Ups Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Phil '
playing dlamondball with thei Stewart Springer Capt. Swanzey, Ill for some time, ha been removed '
Girl** Softball League lilt summer! who la a combat pilot, has been to a Miami nursing home. Mrs. Philip Ryan and Miss MarJorie Mia MeWd'"P.neUer, regl.
In South Bend bid.Mr lent to Miami Beach for reassignment Sackett have returned to i terded nurse at the Redland Farm
: after a ,.ar'* active duty in Mr*. John-Harrell of Eatonton, their home in Evansvllle, Ind., Labor Supply Center, Is being y
*. Paul Loaner left Sunday Africa where he participated in N. C. ha returned to her home atr a two-month visit at the homeof transferred to the camp in Or- I
for Asheville, N.C.. where she will three major battle prier pending several week here Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Jacobs. Undo. :
attend the marriage ot her sister, -
Miss Rosalie Feldman, to Lt Lee L
Starer, USAAF, of Philadelphia.
Last year Miss Feldman mad a
ten-day vlalt to Mr. and Mrs. Lo>
aer

II,... Chaa. O. Turner la expected
to return Monday from I
Kansas City where aha has visited
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for several week with her eon "

Mn.In-Uw Turner John, who and W.accompanied daughter O* Mint, Capt, Jr.his wife and Mr. TAXPAYERS AND BASEBALL: FANSOF: :HOMFSTEAD '

north, returned to Homestead ,
more than two week ago.
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Mr*. William Hayden the former .,
Mia Lola Beam, I* visiting ,, . ,
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her parent, Mr and Mr*. W. T ,,

Beam.from Mr. Haydn the naval. hn radio been school graduated Your baseball field has been turned over to a ,. ,

at Corpus Christi, T..., and apreaent ,
la stationed at Pensacola small group of horse riders for their pleasure;


ten-ounce Kathryn daughter Diane, wa seven-pound born to over my protest to the rest of the city council

Mr. and Mn. D. W Browne Jr., ,
on Nov 30 in West Palm Beach
Mr. Brown. I* manager of the
Royal Paint Ice Co., and he and ,Will you as a whole City stand by and see this i.
Mr Browne make their home .t
N. 5:. Eleventh it., Homestead.Pfc. .
field marred up-or will you use your influenceto
and Mr*. Leuben Greenwood

=dna are the Karen parent, born of Nov.a daughter. IT In. keep it as a baseball park as it was originally '

'a Miami, the hospital.former Miss Mr*. franc Greenwood intended? We have boys coming up to play ball :',

Webb of Homestead, It making
her horn In Miami while her husband -
! la serving with the army In this summer-and summers in the. future.

;; Colorado.

Mr*. M. C Hardee of Miami
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visited on Tuesday with Mn. T. This field cost plenty of money, and I, for
J. Harris and Mr*. Carl Deden. .

Dr. J. K. Johnston, former pastor one, desire it to be kept as a baseball park. .
of the Tina Baptist Church of
Homestead who la now making
his hem In Miami, visited friend
bore Tuesday. I am bringing this to your attention so you ,

Mr*. Paul Robinson, Jr. and before it is too order to ",,'
act
her Infant daughter Judy Anne can late in keep from
returned home Monday after visiting -
Mr*.'Reblnaon' parent, Mr. spending a large sum of money again on your ballpark ,'
and Mrs. R. Il Frletag. in Fort
Lauderdale. and it smooth it was \ >' '
yet never get as as
Harold Thomas will return to

} Pennsylvania after pending theweek when first built. .- ', "
kere with his parent, Mr. .?' v
and Mr*. Sid Thomas. f ,


i I am addressing this appeal yon in my capacity ,:r.

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._ as parks committeeman of the, city council,; " .


r' and as a citizen and taxpayer. :. :I i ..


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DIGNITY

WITHOUT e

EXTRAVAGANCE .. .

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COkaTlXTB ATtFACnOfAMUIXOI '


That ftfnaral cost can be kept Benjamin Warren', Morris .'f
within fixed nuinuma without , ; I
aaeriAc *f beauty *r dsg&itr. ban :
bn wU deaMUtnted. W* coua- '
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Ml reatraJnt spending reallUngftdl . REGISTERED REAL KTATE BROKER _J r'
..0 that onus*agartee In it-
'Mtf affords aolact. \.. > 't .'
M 210 S. Krone, Home-tead . '. .; '.' ; .. ..upetKe'P. o!' KV" ';o.,


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