Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00625
 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 17, 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.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00625
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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: Runway Hazards Close Roads ;

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i.;.: As Fourth Term NomineeT. ; :

i 1 :' and T. packing J. Harris house, successful operator JI'OWer', and'' Growers Warned to File EstimatesTo SIX HOLE RB. TO BE OPENED :

mayor ot Homestead since January Insure Gas for Crop OperationsFarmers Z I

, of 1937, was nominated without As of Dec. U, those part otHenderson
?\"' opposition for a fourth term will find themselves but the farmer who has not filed Area Blackout Response rd. and Campbell dr.

, of office at the city caucus held without gas for essential crop his quota will be left out In the Termed "pretty Good" lying within Homestead Army Airfield

.I' Monday night in the Neva King operations, USDA War Board cold, Mr. Chandler-said.' The area response to the 40- will be closed to both civilIan -

I Cooper School auditorium.As Chairman Luther, L. Chandler minute practice blackout on the and military traffic as a safety
president of the city council, warned yesterday, unless 'they POTATO CRATE night of Dec 9 was described as measure, it was announced yesterday -
Harris succeeded to the mayoralty "pretty good" by Frank B. Hue,
immediately tie a minimum estimate
' by the public relations office
in 1937 at the death of Mayor I local commander: of the U. S. Cit ,
Chas. T. Harper, and has since of their January, February! RELEASE SEEN izens' Defense Corps. ,at the air base. ,'
I been elected to three terms of and March needs with their Individual -I There were a few minor viola East-bound traffic will be diverted -
I office. He was nominated at each dealers, to insure their Inclusion IN EMERGENCYA tions," said Mr. Rue, "but, on the south on Tallahassee rd. i
.i. caucus by Dr. J. A. Smith. in the county gas allot whole, the blackout was well exe to connect with Mowry rd.
Four new nominees were named ment for the first quarter ot 1944. cuted. Action is being taken by the '.
is for the city Council, and all incumbents Adequate gas will be forthcoming partial victory for potato Street lights were extinguished army and the county commissioners '
whose term expire! in upon submission to the pet-, growers In their fight to secure at the red signal, and ordinary to open Six-Mile rd. in the
, { January were" again nominated, roleum administrator of the estimated the repeal of a War Production vehicular traffic was required to near future In order to prevent
with the vole exception of E.,CAChronistor need for tarm'opetations, Board ruling prohibiting the use Jll.V.0\ jU curb by auxiliary police Inconvenience to the public. to
1aul1dlni.roommftte I IJI of'hew'wooden' shipping crates Is who patrolled the area. Travel on these, roads, which \
s man, who is now making his home seen In the offing according to a Air raid wardens, casualty station give access to the East Glade win- I
With a daughter In Denver. MAYOR HARRIS representative of the Fruit Vegetable workers and all other defense ter farming region, constitutes a j
Council nominee Include: Committee.: personnel, reported for duty. The serious hazard both to planes andto )
) E. B. Blackburn president of NAMEDECEMBERASSAFISTYMONTII It ls expected that a qualifying Homestead and Princeton casualty road vehicles. County Commissioner j
, the Homestead Rotary Club and clause will be written Into the stations and the Redland First Aid Preston B. Bird said yesterday. I I
, member of the Homestead High WPB ruling, providing the releaseof post were manned throughout the It is estimated that In '
',:; School faculty; wooden crates for shipment of blackout landing and taking off from the) ]
I H. J. Davis, successful grower, potatoes of poor keeping qualitiesor adjacent runways, the four mo- j
and former chief of police; for' potatoes dug In rainy tored bombers and transport airplanes j
A. E. Campbell, Homestead pioneer The rising toll of accidental weather and subject to wet rot if 2,000 BAHAMANS using Homestead Army AirField j
and cashier of the First Na- deaths each December has caused shipped in unventilated paper, clear these roads by only 1\
t' (Continued on Page Four) Gov, Spessard L. Holland and the burlap or cotton bags. SOUGHT TO SWELL five feet, he'said. \
x Florida Safety Council to call Mall The WPB order has created consternation "I

E. \V. LINS NAMED and"citizens organizations, enforcement to make officers espe- only two among packing local houses growers have as CROP LABOR POOL New Pastor Finds Folk ,j,

Here Generous-Hearted ,|
cial efforts to eliminate accidents drying equipment,and shipment of

i TO NATION WIDE throughout this month.In wet potatoes In other than wooden Negotiations are under way In Impressions of a newcomer to .fHomestead"
co-operation with the safety containers would result in serious the Bahamas for recruiting 1,000: was subject of .
drive, Mayor T. J. Harris Issuing financial losses through rot 'roet
or more Nassau field hands to help an informal talk Rotary .
the following proclamation:
ADVISORY GROUP cultivate the Florida winter vegetable ! Club Wednesday by the Rev. I.
WHEREAS, the month of De- Seek Christmas Lights crop.lt was learned yetterdsy. -' B. Crantford, who assumed the
cember ef 1M2 there were 41 per- For Use 'I of the First Baptist
Base Hospital pastorate
E. W (Pete) Lins, South Miami .'
killed and far this ,
sons so year
of. the American Fruit At present about five thousand I Church two months ago.The
manager over 3,000 persons died in accl- The loan of colored Christmas Bahamans are employed In the, Homestead section Impresses
Growers Association,
Dec. .0 to the National was appointed Fruit (Continued on Page Four) lights to'decorste trees for each state. To help handle the Interests I Mr. Crantford as being a melt-
and Vegetable Committee which of the five wards of the military of the laborers assigned to Ing pot. In a small way like New
r. was set up to act in an advisory Growers Asked to !Meet hospital at Homestead Army Air this area, Miss Pauline Mlserve. 1 York as many of the Inhabitants
'capacity with the War Food Administration With Vegetable Group Field, ls being sought by John G and,Win. O. Cully have been detailed are from various sections: of the
the ,Office of Price Salley Post of the AmericanLegion to the Redland Farm LaborSuppr country.
announces Dr. Ceo. D. Center by the regional office One thnlln particular I have
Administration, the War Manpower Local growers are urged to attend ,
Commission and other war a directors' meeting of Ruehle eomman'era of the War Food learned about Homestead folks,"
agencies the Florida Vegetable Committee Tb'Owner'1 name will be placedon tion In Upper Darby, Admlnlatrl-I said the new pastor, "Is that they
As member ot the Florida Vegetable which will be held at 10 a.m. Sat- each strand of the loaned lights, Miss" Mlserve la on temporary I are very generous where I 'good e
Dr.Ruehle says; and all equipmentwill to make of health Is concerned. On a recent
Committee, Mr. tins has urday at, the Farmers' Market In duty a survey cause
been active in campaigning for Pompano. be returned after Christmas.The conditions of the Baharc ice. Mr. Sunday the people In my church
. equitable vegetable price ceilings Matters of vital farmer Interest local post Is making plans Cully is the fiscal agen' ho collects pledged $3,000 In the space of I I
bring a bit of Christmas cheer to Nassau the few minutes after need had been
' adequate shipping containers and are slated for consideration by the and transmits to a
other farm interests. ,group. the hospitalized service men. Persons T5-cent dally pay deduction from outlined to them-and that sum
willing to lend light are wages paid the n- .oes. He will would have done Justice to a congregation
asked to notify either Dr. Ruehleor probably remain here during the much larger."
; :; :Responsibility for Bureaucracy Topic Adjutant Wm. J. Oeronlmo. crop season and Is accompanied Next week's meeting of the club
JI Mrs. Cully, their will be held at 7 m. V'h Rotary
by p. a
.' \ Of Lions: Club, Panel Discussion Church Choir to Give Lois, and Mr. Cully's. d.Ullhter'l I Anna guests of.honor Act.<. 'I
"The Messiah" SundayA I".,Cully. mar program and tu..ejr din , \, Carl Wagner, principal of RedY' Instance cited were: the seekIng

'land' School served as moderator than of the federal bearing assistance of the burden rather locally Christmas tt-votce choir section wilt t of presentthe "The Price Lid 7s Scheduled to Remain I

or a panel discussion "Who Is ; failure of local peace officials Messiah". by Handel at S:II p.m.
b Responsible. for Government Bu- .to .enforce: the laws;'Individual Sunday: the Silver,Palm Methodist On FloridaWinter Vegetable Cro .g i
r.,' EreausT* staged Tuesday night Itt states shifting to'the fed- Church.:
\'. the Redland District Lion ClubYff eral government the popular demand c. A.,Gray will direct the presentation II No abandonment of price eel twoughout the state sought by
the Rev. Barley Core, the Rev. for: standardization of grown of the classic, and Mrs. Ings for I'lorIciateblll 1* trop Florida growers, hat been postponed ,
TV:Murphy, ,Robert Bar- and'manufactured products; and Gray win be the accompanistSolo under consideration. Luther L. until January Mr. ChardAl ,
3. A. Rotherham, Walter the establishment ef federal bureau , part win he sung by Lt and I Chandler chairman of the USDA let said. Fined by Washington ea ,
1 and Lawrence Pope.. .. to/unify the popular effortGuests' Mrs. D. L..,Jaeaes,.Jr. Sgt and war board for Dad County announced Oct U. the Florida tomato sched- A
I'diacuialon was Summarized at the meeting were Dr Mrs.: will: Tanner, Mrs. Carl Wagner Hater day. Mr. Chandler ale, baaed t...... Homestead Is M
conclusion that the people Philip .Westget who recently MM den Keen, Miss Kathleen __'the statement to check tIIfool follow: fUt SB December: ".10
E', vel are ,responsible\ for Joined the staff of the ltubttopfcalexperiment" > Wagner and Mr. Gray.' rent"rumors to the effect that I st January February and March.
\** <..governmentfcpreauf Station ,It.auoelate The tfuMkf is issued a cordial ltd'would be taken off vegetable and tUS Jn'ApvU.
, '. because.depending on horticulturist"for vegetables.and Invitation by,the vaster, the Bev pritts. ,. We 'dlfieaal releeM has been q'
':' f ratitse\thu :st0dedtas: M'JII.'am)' Howard .dswla61 W.:;Meyer,',to.,attend. ,. the con Adjustment of tomato ceilings mad M to Ik*. price, ceiling' ,for
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Pare Two HOMEStEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE December 17, 194J ...

Dobbin member. Burial lett tall l7. whose acme she aslumed I
-'' Mrs. was a -
*,:; "; SUDDEN ILLNESS followed in Palm Cemetery at :'Sht was graduated frrmt I

-I Nnranja under the direction of the Ladies' Seminary In E PI1\.J
I. OUR MEN IN" SERVICEEOHERT ENDS IN DEATH Turner Funeral Home. paw 111., taught school tog a

__ Pallbearer wore Mayor 1. R. while and was married In 1891to
_. ,' ."'. "tEl ''_ Becker T. Paul Haley, Lloyd James M. Dobbin.Mr. .
FORMRS.DOBR1N Deitz. Clyde Neill Roy S. Chan- and Mn Dobbin ime to
.1 C KUCII PROMOTED Lt E J Graham and Mr*. Gra- dler and H. J. Brockett. Florida City from Napery 111. In
ham, the former Miss Marl -Eleanor Mrs. Myers and her daughter, January ot lilt Alter her hus
Mrs Eva Dobbin 82 died unexpectedly '
4 Williams, are expectexTto arrive Mill Bonnie Belle Myers of MI- band's death a number of yearsago
Sunday from Duke Unlvef Monday at the homeof ami, are the only survivors she made her home with Mr.
city to visit their parents, Mr. and tier son-in-law and daughter Apparently well when she retired and Mr*. Myers. She was a menv
I Mr*. Casper William and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Wnx E. Myers of Sunday night, Mrs. Dobbin her of the South Dade Garden
Mr*. H. H. Graham. Lt Graham Florida City.Funeral became Ill at 12:JO a. en. and diedat Club and a member of the Longview '
W will be graduated tomorrow frommedical 11 a. m Monday Woman' Club which la dis-
services conducttd ..
school .j/> were A posthumous child, Mrs. Dob- banded.
the Rev Ceo E. Deuel at '
In accordance with her often:
bin was born Eva; Wilcox In Napwville ,
Pvt. a L. Pafford,.UAA. for- 4 p. m. Tuesday In the Florida Ill, in 1811 When the expressed 'wIsh, flower were-;
mer pastor of Florida City and City Community Church of which .:WM two years old her mother died taken from her grave to be given 1
Redland community churches is and she was adopted by the Bart patient In the local hospital '
receiving his basic training at r week Hit brother, Eugene, whole .l. .li t.,
Camp Wheeler Ca, Mr. Pafford a private serving with the ,
waved ministerial, ..e* mp- I Marine Corps at Dunedin Fl*., 4r1Juc
tlon to permit hit Induction into will arrive Sunday for a abort

S Si the army.. . e .. .
I II A license to practice dentistry Pfc. Von ,De Wees of.the-US.
In Florida ha been granted Li. Marines U recuperating from an
1 Robert Paul Crow of Homestead appendectomy at his base try the
after examination by the state Panama Canal Zone Hia brother
sK 1 1'f dental board of examiners, announce Staff Sgt Eldred De Wme of the
Dr L D. Pankey of Coral Marines, attending. a'photo repair
Gables board secretary-treasurer achool In New York City
After a two week leave spent preparatory to reassignment 14-
here with Mr*. Crow and Dr. and active duty Sgt. De Weese has
Mrs James Archer Smith, Lt served IA-the.paciflc war Theatre ;
Crow returned Sunday to San '

Juan, Puerto Rico, where he |s Allen Pope, aon of Mr. and Mra
serving a* dentist with the navy J. R Pope, li taking a seven-week
Atlanta, Dec, is-.Warrant Officer course at the U.s.NR. Midship'
I Robert C Klich of Homestead Good conduct medals In recognition men'a School at Notre Dame, priorto .40
I Fla, has been promoted to of faithful and exact performance being assigned to active duty < a
.j 1 the rank from master technical of duty during the past Alien a V-1J student at the University -
., sergeant He 1* stationed at thl 12 months have been awarded PfeWylye of Miami before; hit transfer / (OJnsfma5 rush
Marine Corps Air Station, El Toro, T. Cunnynghnm. son of to Notre Dame, was, graduatedfrom on
: Cat After completing a four-year Mrs Cunnygham, and Pfc HarryO. Homestead High School In
enlistment with the Marine in Hall, son of Mrs. Mabel Hall 1040 and was a senior at the University tde hone wires too
I 1941, re-entered the service in according to an announcementmade of Florida when he went .
i January, 1942. by the commanding officer Into service
of the harbor defenses of Key .
,; CAN WEAR FIVE STARS West. Wm. F (Bill) Dickinson, AS, e Help Lerp w..c.wd"d 10
I . has been 111 In the naval hospitalat :t
Mn J. R Pope of Homestead I circ.Il.clearest! Deccmler. 24, 1
Chas J. Fay has been promoted the Jacksonville Naval Air Base
can near a five-star pin for Ave 25 ... '
I relatives serving In the armed to ship Utter, first class In the evsr: since reporting back to his 26Pl. 7p#
I forcei Seabees Mr. Fay has been In station Dec. 2 from a week'a boot .
I Besides a son, Charles Allen service for a year and In the leave spent here with his parent, .... a*:. LoB, Dwtaoce >

Pope, who will graduate'In.Jart* Pacific war are for the past seven Mr nd Mrs S. L. .Dickinson-t only if iris I ,vital. iy
months. His Strife1 and his'daughter i .. . .. .
Dame "
I from Notre
usry Midshipmen '
's School, she his a brother, Eileen, make their borne here Mrs. Wm.. McMkhael. the fort 'V.. sealI she i :. ft:'; , ;
. .
John T. Allen, radio electrician, I met Min' Virginia Doney, Jejn .. ... . : '
.11.1..1. :
also serving in the navy and.three Henry (Sonny) Peters, Jr.. 's yesterday to Join Pyt McMlchaet .
1-C has been transferred -
from who la In..tralnina" Latrala.'Pai
othr brother in the
army. the Boca Chlca NavalBass to .. j> ,:.ar..,
Lt. Robert C. Allen, who 1* servIng = -
Is the Southwest Pacific, hat New Orleans En route, he. spent -Staff Srt.;and .M..*, .SI4 ,..U . '
been OD rest duly for the past fewweeks hall an hour Tuesday night with .endrick, Jr., will -leavv tomjarj
says- Mrs. .Pope, during his, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.} row for 5gf. 4rieK'a\ .'. station |
R ,which.time he. ha traveledsev .A. .J, TimpbelV: and other ....relatives Tuljahoras Ten....,after! a furlough 0-3
. ,
here with.relative, '
!. eral thousand mile and seen some here.'a ::'
marvelous scenery. . . William '(Bin). Ingrain, sob of Marl* Jacob**. $X:,'V&H\. '
CpU Paul 'W'Jt"'OW\&er see W 9 Imram of Newton rd, has has:been *...,.IIeIT< of Mr, and Mrs. Frank B, Rue, completed boot training at Bainbridge bridges Md,,where-he.under*enl : . .
Md. and Is home to . :, . '
has been transferred from Jefferson expected boot training the .PrnsacoU : '. ; .
en leave the latter of the ,N.Vlll1aae. ;
I Barracks Mo., to oversee ._ .part. _-. -- ....:... ' "::-- _.." - . -
.duty .Peu.1.whe" waigraduated,[ I
from Homestead High School-In .:
IMS, I It an army radio man and
received his training at Sioux
:! Falls, S. Dak,.and Smyrna. Tenn.
.! '. .
.vii Pvt James Sullivan has landedIn .
\ England with an army antiaircraft ."
It group. James, a son of : 4
Chief of Police and Mrs O. H.1, w ,.
Sullivan wrenched a knee playing; r
4 basketball In New York City o 0 G

i shortly before he was to have been I 4
shipped out with the army engineers
and was unable to sail :
with hU group He then transferred :, Consult us about jour fertilizer requirements i
41 to the anti-aircraft unit :
with which he has sent across. +
for the
.. 0 $1 coming year. ;

Sgt Oeo. Marlon Hendericln.w II < _

son derson of,Mr has been and Mrs.hpspltallied Frank Hen-with I: . / "t

flu "somewhere In England" but "

I.* now en the. road. .to. recovery : '. ': .. es'of several} materials 'we will not .be:able.(a; ; :7--' . :;; _.:: t

:'... ""B.leave F. King here, Jr.with who his spent parents a re, .' -' .:;. :. :'- mote ALI:of.our. ,regutyitmixtures.But.'we' : ;<,wills '. (J--.m :.'t,:.'

Mr. ant Mrs. B. F. JCJ a'l ha : : . : .r .,":.. t.T:: :. : i

shipped on another voyage' with :. do est to Jy".as.near'as1p ossiblill .;.hat ' ., ; : ,1tc
the mjrchant marine, . : our : .sup -. : '. :
.- . i"H : . ." ; ", :
When )Robert Glenn* Jr., reports ') .; '' : ., . < *
need'r f "f ,
Jan 4 to Cstp Blinding for.Indurtlon you.\\ ; j... / f
,. .' .. .
Into die army, re'spi'tethe \10.; . : t.t "'" :\ .' ...." . .. '
fourth Glenn wm serving t .'; \' 'tty.; ;, !rI<''' .o:""' .-' t

the armed force. Capt Charles
Glenn .U serving a* instructor at
the army-air base In Pyote Tex. Fertilizer"Co. J
Florida Coast
g and Pfc. Roger Clmn I* training East . .
t' as. fiunner-englneer with the .
r army air forte at Seymour Johnson '

,Field near ,Coldsboro N. C. Telephone 16 FRANK n. RUE Manager -Uomcsiteqd. .UI ?. .
Kenosta. Glenn ohoee service with

tft. -.tw and I* (tow,on active,sea.u 1 ..
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1 ... December 17. 1943 .. .. HOMESTEAD I

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GROWERS\ SCORE 1 learn rw Procurer 1er.wed lOW Me addSTATE wfc All wk h -...
I Iwt for fW ram sat| all Procures *MDEAFENED.. ;

t', 4519 TO DOWN WIDE EXTERMINATING CO. I,I M* k 111.MilA.V. the

| leMtaiM. to tw kt R.diwtl.a MrfI Pater. TnebmwA. 'Nwd.aawo t. Miami
GESU QUINTET I lilt M. W fnk M. ,..... M4I4 r 1-"""% IranrkM Ik cad C.tla. .....
t.[ .*.-. kM Sll alb H. sawed (Mik. TiL Mat A. V. BwrkftaM, M... won
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HAimCD PITS YkAM. ftMN f.. l i>nllil>.
Homestead Growers encount-
k uses far .e buetlw and tklr wk W
spring the kwlml tk* arm tfJvlMt
ered l small from the I
Gesu competition meant .. ..... ... .1a11di..s *-'J Slowdown II torrid w hasty r1.at thrweb MORE HEARING LESS DISTORTION
quintet last Friday night 0k and fmrwn, brodwlly WMbrUlw > GET ,
'". .plow lawlw. to use" of
when the local
team ran up a the Mllr *tn .
winning store or 45 to 19. CaptFlernoy ...... bi1Mt' 'tel w _... Prince. I two II k pMiftll fr then I* Mk *iirkwrlMt with RADIOEAI'VItal
Lott was. high man with ply 'htsaar:It' ...... awarwl.s Par kimti. tWr kw kwr -Ur MkUdM >
It point. one trrewtlr .".', .... water data.. I' ...._ after .....1.* MUMvk.l fish Chrbtaut GUI fat the aimkber el row tar Uy whete
AU the U4. in kw., 1.wa..bilkrep..b10 ,.. abq cash hno .*> k4 the raw .
players 011' the bench bearing la tataslrwa.LATRAMMonster
'were aw weer ...>*j| arse, a ..... Nat.w VACUUM TC.$ HKAUMO A'DI-OooIpof'* '
.' 'given d chance' too purticl- A tars tl*>* and rrktint .>r>Vt t.owl.'Sd.a are Ik* -- awe to now the pose Balk to brims MW .-.. klp>..l-, *. ew . '
, lute by Coach: Paul- L. Worley. It tkk' ......, ii. knlkkhlkr4k 1..W ''tW .*.*' the appaeta ity lesir. JOMPLrTB rkJIVICaV-AvalbiM. Iran a. BADIOtAJL. PMHWitor.
: ./ exhibitions-'of smooth"teamwork M ItAtf' WIDE EXTUMl.MAtmd .. M* tkM lot k* *. mn- g" mMriarakj
,..... .; earIre
; M MTTta Ma, rM "... M Poor Mar
flme' tfven'VLbtfc) Arnold MeY CO, ITlt' Hi. W.: Tttk ',t. IkMU The.eb then rim Imo- ". MtnHMIwMi . woesMM.'eeRADIOEAR
; nursery; Billy ForK; Robert Sulll- ..I. wkM nvn fry prepare I* MW *('.... knrMt mtnrto Ik ....
, *- Van JI any felsoopV. Same Biondo, w7lio ' bN'Jtt.eeal .. -..... _I Recent ......< Mfhciim le64 *r *M"pMW HEARING AIDS-
" Lenin ....rio.\O ,arwka modest Saab. ad _-|...Mt. M.MM. U k k l_.
Whitehead! Toot- Ifodgee.DoffNeeley'slid ,. teas '.......'elhat. pewit Pad YfIt\otIt I root u..n.* lB .tl.. road M tile boar lot Ceejreea BMf au..... I:. FU.Flesae . I
*. ,. Loots Murray. ..mire N all ._""" ., ..... rd e..IL 'was to '....:.***.*...>.., kM rat*t.ly
The Growers were-khediiled to '...._.r..(.. .....,... .......' W ......, Ibis: MM*** ... wad seas \ $end DeaerlpUve UleraUve U: !
dash last tilght with the Redlands -.w M Uk U.. .. ,W year kMMtk :std' proper *ml.jkt t..*. lk wtrik.wvmlu .__..... ...,-;-

,. .I Diamondbacks on the. home court' -...., kU*.* fine >! .. .*. M .recd I.......... had' 6"W"manse tit saw" Address .___..._..,.... ,.._,__._._ __'__'_
_.* ties Mtrm-mmiatt lot tk* ....... : neutral *. mil *. port fni.hntlne .
I lag AMlMNik ........ 'I .
MMM. tW ptt irrin f* k* M k. cellist
T6 Slnf'Orfr\nal.llymn i .

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A hymn composed by Dr A. L.' S '

Burfreen, rector of St. John's '
Episcopal Church, and set to music C
by St Wm. T. Tanner, will: I BAMBOO TAVERN ,
!t be sunf at the Christmas Eve,
s church service In tbe church at'

11:30: p.m. Dec. 24.
The sacrament of holy communion -I M HOMESTEAD. FLORIDA
will be observed, and S'

Christmas message will be delivered -

Pl by Dr. Burgreen.SLCNDEI1ZC i The Season's Greetings


MISS MACK'S' and let me tell you the story of the woman who was in the habit of waiting up for her

k husband when he happened to stay out late. One night she went to bed t'arly-sald there

MASSAGE STUDIO. : wasn't any use in her sitting up because she had a cold and couldn't talk. Well, thank good.

I haven't cold and believe dear friends if I did have it would
ness, got a me, my even one
far N. K. 1 1 Are, .. ..... T.L MUM. _
k, BWr c..."...,... and C.iraral HMllliTrMUwiili. '" not stop me from talking to you about our Christmas Day Turkey Dinner at the Bamboo

.WioIq 1'..... lUtmlrEr Tavern.
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.ttnetiw. Bom iuli the awl MIwvllir k -
;. but one ._!.work for HERE'S OUR CHRISTMAS DINNER MENU "
M. Mlw Mukt ShodaW.g grown h DMtn I I J ,
n war I* names neutral sad .kbulctana. .. r
n Tkfoutk tM .>lMUrlf kMKhMMM. ; ' . . .. '
.. mv ...as....***I* kmtf. EWInm .. ?-'i. ..s, :... ; : Relish of -" .1. l .
to. lira u4>n.ikr >. a ...... :nRoaeliud :
flew at Ik* ilMMw* uri tare : Radishes: > Hearts of. Celery ....,,: : ,
h. ..... mult fm, tku MUlniwiiti.'If . . -, Ripe and Green Queen Olives : ; ,

,Maps they liMn f .si.eatdy. .' .,.... I" .,. ':. : ::. ... : "":/ .' ,. ''" 'f;,'.i,.' .. ::- ,. , ' . : : .
u. .1Iooo\r.\ that .. .. ,'. ,,; ' Roast served "1 .
'. .wawa, abould Seeks ,it ..-I l_ '_ :.' ,.J.r". . ,< Young Turkey with Cranberry Jelly I

Mil bay.Urm boair than in4 ftmiMmt'MliuMae IMIMJW tea'}+.eo : . ': './: :.:, .; i :: With .GlbletGr vyandDrejslnr' ", ' ,' :

r S1 M-nil.r" M bdr.lea.Ir poker M4 u4 Ie desire return k r*.>o = ... .., '(hipPed t Cream' Potatoes" Royal Candied Yams ., .. : :

o..uy M areal .__. Ith cob" : Fresh Cauliflower ',..'. Garden Green Pear :.. \
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both IMHM and a "
.>rof tile lading pb,.I--. Dow .' :,." "," '
health lutkwMM to AMHtw attack the Green Chefs Salad ; . :
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w trlic (lew* far llMtMMllf. "
.....-.....n rd... slew.f saessad i: .. Hot Biscuits and Home-rnade Rolls "
leader ... 'TW f"i''v. .,., .'. ,' ....,ajgvfe/-'j--? .?"- .- .*i- '.. ... .,. ,. .... ,I.iJ'f
H>utlM U both nMfwtakh and _lM. .." I ,., > Choice of' ; v.? {
whll rm ..*_ UM ICIICNTlPlC .. j "
SAT ..4 (ImMw ONLY whoa ..... ., Hot Mince. Pie Fresh Strawberry Pie a la mode Frozen pudding ;" ,

HTlw .M ;> ;lx* baoogive ..4 .. : r ., Vfjf f *"*' \ .1 jrrs' < '*- f'rf! :'; ; ;"

.. =:>ad r MlhrMtloirJ ties, r..4at6a* hotlnf toflrmra woo. : . Coffee,.t... f 'r\- I Tea ; .,' /. J, V Milk

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Joan to Pont Mrwaal .appearaa.e, bas I; > ; '" ,
. Name at use me ...... End .".ad. ; Choice Fruits and Emperor Grapes
:.d the ..at. aftor rouH are attained. r
" ... la .IOOV .............
>!,I Margaret .............. UN awawr ALL THIS AND A FEW KIND WORDS FOR, $2.00 A PERSON.;,
the studio It H "_ lot kM ". .'
Y'Y'a l.|.... kt MU kMM Ia ............ : '
1 : .t; Mil Miami S-IUI for ......_
Uw tin .. ...
moot l for
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, or ni W ............Ad,. Now, in order to render first class service, the Christmas Turkey Dinner will be served

: .?'. S from 12 Noon till $ ,P.'M.-BY' RESERVATION ONLY Plan to have your Christmas
..., A Party here :andgHe.us;:. : .a phone call. . . '.. .
.NOTICE. or ,AfM.irATioN DUO rot '' ; ? '. . ,'/ "-" And Before Signing Off {

'. m. TNI-' _. .j .- remind virtue our of (in this
.i 'NOTICS is HEREBY,CIVCN- Uwi MI may"wen you"that by of many, many years experience par-

r':' oat 4M-IU Minicab Fife. ,'Vu iMldw M wry ea, .d. Clt .:.': ;J "' ticrujar-line business, we have been able. to' secure and are in a position to offer you

.1., 41 (Ml. 41. dosed I OnlftaM...are 'Mr'- 01 the choicest line of beverages,in'this city, and we have many interesting items for the
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p. kM tow tH MHlflratoi |a "
;,. .' .a.1fka now: Nods >K>tfe.uo. 1.0 Christmas, season.- *. '' :1. '
of tatfda.d w th eoa. 1. apsordow
tee\ : : .'. ,COMPLETE FOOD' SERVICED,EIjQJI 10:30 A. M.-to 1(1:30( P. SI- ; '

1 t y, Dodo. eat. .f norids, t wk.
Lot tat aryl t.. Nt.h.h t*... )4.z,
1 :0" I dkie. it the p. d ahldh'abwn. :
' ; '.f Ot*. 8WI d FtartM, raaMw' '
1./ : <4 k| CMtiflnti IM. 41. The rips.. ; :
MM W saw trap..gnaw UK end
.Sand --....,.. al.-of
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.bon ... ate.b.IS 810'- trend, Ai 'Bal 1b'ooTaVEI'I'" k 3
9 7. '. ./ ... 411 u.. Cb d ......... c...
,j". .d 0... Raub vas r1 me shooad' i
h> OrtlflnM M. ... Tk ....mini
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1. bad n lot Ik* too *.< tl..- 1 THOMAS EDMONDS YSunday

Unless, ..w eartlnrwet .... r ... .
< =- a wyelen : lour bas dad: ,. .
am sib I
ee..re as dos +t
:- A. 0. ,\, dinner served from 12 noon tb'fi p./M. Telephone 77
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will be elected on Jan. 11, IM AUTO ewmnM MOULD SAYS A ntwacmmp nt "t rw

HOMESTEAD LEADER In the city hall Eligible yoten

I AND ENTERPRISE are those "persons who possess SOUTH FLORIDA MOTOR CLUB
the Qualification requisite to voting r
Face" Is i nil in election
a general and who I

f.bll.kd 7""P as leas..tsd, Fl., shall have resided in the city ot Offlm Loraine M IUI-U Btoww ...... MlMJ. B. J. FIN LIT. Maw AffUiM with ,"A.0.ovs ._w.'aIIoa 4;1
by am South Dado Publhhlnp. 0.......,. Homestead . during the six Ik* .fc-IWr r...... tt .*.**.. *. glad .*- It Aff..*, far Nsadaal Membership r-. $Low '
months last preceding the election u-J..rr-k, ,...eIoWIo\ "'_ a... r....- to Irma ...---..- I.IUM to rsnrlr __ Need a.,,.
.JlM: ARCRJIa: and shall have registered In lkr Mk.K the W a-w..... to C* f.. Y.- ........ k* TWO, Ch*. Many Other air j..s .... II......." ,
.-...... aM uw the election book . at beet ten sod Level 11_.... Coli....* MIM IM VON Details.

.uu'KH LEACH ABCIttBTOBCBmtON day prior to the Mid election Mart ->- I Ie .anti.m olnM sal, WIt won Brassy s won s Psmassms FLOBroA MOTOR CLUB k es.pwilt
aaaoI+e Shct.e Preston B. Bird served a* chair- MM loa h Iwt .*km t* f. A m-, fullr wlklr tntrto .*...*.. MARY PRaSILL DICImlIOR man of the caucus held in the fa. *f ..... ." Inral.*>W* to "'t'Wkr nn M iitorbi 1 .k.. M WfkUnt Mtoklk ..u.tIwbr whet ibex gamut do far
Mew ... Barks Neva King Cooper school auditor- tie otrra nxtaiDA. MOTOR CLUB MHIIllMUM like Via maw II M*> .......- toArUmlto Brhn, k k M '
to MluA ....U, kM it Mutt the book htomltof ... bush sad nil *f ta number Mtorhkt ,
ium. A. R [
SATESisDu.Cwa4les..IS.alow Meybem was secretary It IIM mutouMI.. rk shea15 tie utorkii. sod, 4n. all U I In tar .114 itotil with own New tin, W*. ,
., tit, and Mr. Uusselwhlte and Mr Jacob a wbw W Mil. tUk..to l.... who."a |1 soave to prawns their .....Ie. M- .".. amts aid beat". ..nIse. I i
on" n' I"i were teller -w.. Ita away points or ow"Im''Wnkto. .to tie ...* the tint rear b OtMH WfMllMlM ml thin .... MM i rt.
O.I.Yo e d_ 01.55III; 05 I11., fn *UIM. afford MI to . All deb| (IS,Ml IkMwfwt. Sit*. a dwidedy ... the members Ammonium! TWO k.tlMM > 1
y., PROCLAMATIONContinued ...km M rUtto4 to fit ..._ mounted em shoe M a.sddle the pess' kr tie I.W.M*>. saber *i rr, t
MM MrrlM (kM rk** the U B. If rMm dual mrtas wkle pre Andre annals a alp wheth.W ys ds1.t 1
....... s mused saw man maw witkta Aw ktfarautl rtiiilMt U ..... reel M Ik* fined _...... "am (
the ere If VmlU im IMMUM "
=:=..t5 le 101 ri%,sage s read Me,-post as make.d :: ( from Page One) slob. mm4 tttrmtan tM the _r..t .Ml mad M4ltloM k wnltokl to New ram resolve am tORA ......... .;<,' ,
11_ .. dental deaths, and _.... .. ..... .
AAA slab and a Mrrhi* eu will *MOM ...... TW latest Information M.r lncmtttf tall the Nub sear the .
WHEREAS, four and:. halftimes 4111 NA OWL d.a..m .... food msaotstlat fa reaswd and k sill MX you W uI.bp M k 'V ;
more person have been *f MM MtoUwlMMkmklf .. ads.tsna of not -... k... torte ....... Mal) ksamaly .. In a atotwl.a, is :
CAUCUS killed on the home front by accidental to Oil dub k the sieve I*.' tmUm and mmf elnrtoftoi help. to well as .aasalre way mr.b.u w ,. f
deaths thaa have lost their .__ galley, to UM W t UUlltr.Mr p..... elI ....... The club ub rMto WT.Mwtkfdtr. by ik* BOUTS rum'- ;
(Continued From Page Oat) live la the war from the Slate'of and N M are lolod k Rita par 110 pigs! a Erie yea* *. A means UMM DA MOTOR Ct.".. ..... ffkht. mu I
tional Bank of Homestead; Florida andWHER1AS weak for M __ A *! ,M rmr* claas"b| iMBkni. HfaJMtl MMU.H4IM ass. Mr ....... J, Flnlw. k wait kmmthmwkmt .
VI X Koon local piano tuner : the Lord did Dot to the pod SMT tie ntmrr *f a .tol. iTMM ;l I* lone Urn *t kvuiMI tta* till tut.. we am Mr rm4mn : ,
and cabinet maker who car sal armed sad eeavleAlaa d the r. Ik* wry *tl fw rw base lk tKmfoM. to bs.mI ._km WOW.r ,
was candidate Intend that the month of Decem- PUT OFT .......
trI..L 't beams *f vratortlM. _rllP. assume >* MOT Plans Ne. yff'i ;
In the IMS
t election; ber should be a period of blood k M MtMlutl tint will fcw-1 1 ban, __..* and *Mmnir. .TV. SOUTH, fan "016.-Ad..
W. R. Bird, present council shed and the unneasarjr waste of
: t member and sanitation and library
life, through recklesr and drunken -
,( committeeman; I drivers and careless and .
Frank B. Rue, present councilman -! drunken pedestrians, and
and light and water committeeman WHEREAS, IB cooperation with 'fYr id 111111 1

; the governor' safety proclamationthe ;
B. W Morris" present council- Florida Safety Council I* CallIng -

.j anaa and para committeeman; | on all citizen, civic club, enforcement -
: 1. Q Wynn, council president officers, and other,

and police committeeman. I and I* trying to make this monthof pFLORIDA
I Wm. MusMlwhlte local grower, December one of the safest flQU

,'I\ and Adrian Jacobi, manager ot months,.
I Hector Supply\ Co., were nominated NOW, THEREFORE, I. 'T. 3 .
.' for councilmen but declined
Harris, mayor of the City of
:. to run. Later this week, Mr. Davis Homestead, designate the month
announced that h. would with- .
( draw from the race. saying that ofDECEMBER
; I he believed that the Incumbents AS A SAFE AND ?

t by their smooth and eltlcientoperation CAREFUL MONTH AI
; I
I Ij' of the city governmenthave urging that driver and pedestrians vi.107 '

j' I earned the right to.be returned be eyeful and co-operate, .IealGjl
I to office Mr. Campbell *e That this month will bring Joy
she, has announced that he is and happines to alL r

t t not a candidate. T:, JT. HARRIS,
A mayor and five councilmen Mayor

aura THAT Boor acrAuttB ea A NEW BOOT TIC



,' .j Gmml BMlm **4 Shoo Metal CMtnrtor With 14 Tore *f krrlr J 6ir OFea'sic s -

e ........ to HIM .1 Ml N. W. Ittk II To/ a-tTS. Tk.. W. .1.... .....
,j AM Seats ;_..-; rim to ran Barley ... 1Io"oIe WWI n.t..ui>
t lie Sid Repairs An WIN Available--Ss, TmM. Stork *f Remove Supplies
t 'I ALL KlMk m HIM M Uw C.rt.

mesa net If .. .1..l-h _.t Ike. mt alone Items four red b M Ml.;
tot. to Uw >mrllMl *f year Mull kv! iran UM It aids a sew mwrbi ..
__I, amt a fire Mil knows for nml a easily Ink TWr will make .
the ...taI..l.. ..* it 141=60" k.llt-> _Uto spare mt UM mntntt rmmtMmftl
j"Ii Posh .. tow *set and *. M7 Mann !. rear not and Iwklnei. Tad may
time BOBBINS ROOFING AND HEIT ghee Aside what utlo fat went to
METAL CO. 'a MIAMI, knows M 'lie .....
responsible. __" The ROBBINS Koormo AND SHEET:
Tow Wad ....-.. Mir about I mmlM METAL CO. .!. Ml..... wham k.. I eon d rear 1.1MMe la..otm.et. was Ita Theses Mill. b Mil knows |> kk
k ill vat '"f orarortkw I* Ita seek meeting. are ipx-UlfcU hi their n_
,M a Mf .** M I IMHhl *t MWkulkNmi Their meta bass kW rum mt .s.
004 all Its (MtonlrDMT pat s- wAr even wnlnkl Modulo
,I kftor 4>.. ..4 year iftor *..., ft I. mflra. .11 typo of ...11.1.... Just
rest pawl ...1..1 JrtrlM slow. n ....... S.STOI far from tunff and MtlmAtoIf i'
Was winds sea the. "psdlse due toblbl.rluf new not m) M...... tmv torn Oslo ,

fciJlMt lie rmwA This tint also kM M bend Every hour of the day headline newt ofoverwhelming estimate the played Florlda'drtat .
M IM Ml IdOMlMT '"( |T>V setM or motion _..... d W btads part f
sheik nrMlMlk: M rams iknM .ktrkM .1 tin lowed mrtrm. Protest rw kraMwkll Utereat te every personin dailies and weekly newre,.phs la
wad yea r..C Bush 4> MI *. toM .._.., tmmmf u4 flMMlMI far Florida ii being; made all over the furthering the war. effott Nearly ar
It. all M MM*. Tee iW mn k* nest rwUr" ..* Mill ., .......- &. world. But-without our modern coo million people bat these papers-fir:
del nth yu.um. ready be oak lIP seas tnuoicatien tyatemi and particularly ourawwtpepen .niter numbers read them-the whole
hop" d lbodAse .. The -. it ,would be nest te im- State relies them for lnfonaaU
seta loss a. suds ....dsA. ........ thrash upon %
... possible to fad eat whatl going ...:. and Inspiration.

16st .... red .......... .1IIaI. pee .
+ from Try Ui When You Need Getting eiosir For this reason Florid Motor Ltnea i
sea d done now. T re may find ( :tvan to horn, we
"" a Is in depend upon such at this
a.ad-a.edkion" sway 6m wouldn't know what local toys are back newspapers
... A Haircut or ,on* to its Informatloa
soggy rears ml They Mr (MMwto carry on but
I the ball
on furlougb-what scorecwM" are-
that tM W away MwIM, V* I service to those Flondlana who travel.
married wh. what'shappening'
t Shave
whirl If IHClMM would MM 4>w"I yetting Florida Motor Ltnet, in turn carrie f
only MkM year m(. Or ...(., Slay ; la the cemic-etrit world
i! !I fals..tt. .___ -r lit what event are. taking, pUet alt ever. many scrod" newspaper by any other* to tranaporUUoa rural. area tyoitern. not
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... ....... shampoo leepesaleetnk4M.
..... ,puts All .t ua ahovM feel proud of ,the, At fallow citizens of glom State Florida[ t "
I ..... He
CAB SERVICE just,IJob newtpsper are doing to keep Motor Line take much pleasure in,help* ".
: atop -:i ti Tt 1S. Florida in touch'with the tine: It'a fin' to'mak. near neighbor and 'gee* ,t r

I Facial I' ,'geeFacia a .strong and free *., serving free neighbor, of* all the communities we .
at reeeeaable rates I ( Pack 'Ie people..-one .. the first things the dictator aerve in Florida--linkingthem te each

j A.btwattao Paefal.e., the I would euppraaa if they had tbe other and te. the hit of the country a*
11 ,'1 Da1 Phone ....._... 9108 I Taste fie {chancel And it would *). hard to over* newspaper do.' .'

Night Phone... ,.. 239 I Rordebo leis I" UNION IUS ITAnoM'. N..I'lee. S.....at'w Am a 9Aea tow ,


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P giglliltlllilllllllll111lIlllllll.hilt/ 'James A. Dougherty . win leave Rutzke, Larry Sasser. James Stewart -i ...... S. J..Lynch, John Neafsey. R. B. ,
Gainesville this week en route to, Wines Thompson Olin Walker Your Kinard and Harold Kendall.

Homestead for the Christmas holidays -, Robert Ball Thomas Core, ii.1: Mrs. Adrian Jacob U local 1'

1:20[: Years Ago : . ." Eugene Cotten, Charles CreuswU With Uncle chairman of the campaign.. which \.
: aaa**>.aa**.>****Hn>.*.*...**..*. I
"""R.11 IMM111T.T111- ,,1.11m.11REDLAND. ,,,,,,,,," ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Otis Coalman. Rudy Gray Is scheduled for Jan. 31-Feb. IV '
\ Jack: Little, Marvin Strickland, MEATS, FATS-Brown stamps I Appointment of Mrs. Jaeoba, whO. ,

: ''. Tk. fatkwtaa; KMMbTainliil an he 01 .d............d.. F. F. A.unuenuwvununnnu..unuuuuumn Marvin Rosenthal, Hugo Vlhlen, L. K, N P. tend through Jan. 1.1 has served previously in the same 'oj

1( r.-.* fma the fib. WIk murtu. Joseph Warren and Clair Dalgle.Ouettt Q become good Dee It and remains capacity Was mad Nov. 10 at an ,t
: B..,.!..< LMMT ,...<.. J... It GREEN present were: Madams good through Jan. 1. i organisation meeting in War Chest
I*, mt, M4 Mrt4 Oct. ". IMt.vrlk BANDS INITIATED
,J I*. n"ltatu.el.y Mtok.total Euna Linen Minnie CrausweH. PROCESSED FOODS-Green headquarters in Miamj. ,J
Ha. II ml. Twentjr-tU new member of Janice Northrop, Leila Reely stamp A. B, and C In Book Four \

mMmsmmmssm! i Redland Chapter F.F.A. received Elousle Cora, Louis Baker Roe good through Dee 10. D, E and Club Committee Named :;

the lint or Green Band degree at Rosenthal and Marcel Warren F good through Jan SO.
For War Chest DriveT
What amounted to virtual endorsement and Messrs. R. O. Cray R. B. and SUGAR-Stamp No. M In Book

of S. K Livingston's ,the Dec. 9 meeting, nuking a. to. Harold Hampton, ... E: Myer K. Four good for I pounds) through assist in the South Dad War J'

administration a* mayor of the tal membership of fortyl; u to W. Cora Harry C. Rely, J. A. Jan. 1LSHOES DIed drive, a fou...-_ committee '

dry of Homestead took place date. -. A. L Warren and Tom -Stamp No. II In Book was appointed by the Redland

Wednesday night In the city bant' I The Andrew Jackson Chapter; Jackson ODe food for 1 pair. Stamp No. officers are advised by the Office

when be was nominated for Te- !degree team, composed ot Dole After the degree ceremony we 1 on "arplen! sheet to Book. of Defense TraMaottaUon Ant I*

election without an opposing candidate I Robinson Devon Bryan Dick enjoyed a program *l croup singIng Three food for 1 pair I consult their ODT Motor Tra .

. ." I Means, Donald Love, Frank Taylor , and refreshments served by GASOLINEAcoupons food port district ofHc In the Security ,

Sixty-four crates of fancy to- Peter Fallback, and their advisor : our program committee. through Feb. S. Bid*. In Miami a* to their '

Mtoes' shipped to Baltimore by I F. L. Northrop,were invited, Harold Hampton, one of our FUEL: OI1 Period t coupon bitty for allotment of motor fuel .

,'H. A. Cameron sold In that city ,to confer the degree on our mam former Members BOW tat the air good through Jan 1. Pealed 2 and mileage. .)If.'

for sis dollar a ante . 1 ben and did an excellent job fIt corps, paid us a visit test week coupon becaMe food Nov. 30. .

-,. .Mr. and Mrs. F. Fi dhs. and : Their visit to our chapter WM while here on urlough. Jack CHRISTMAS FAOCEAM SKT ,

granddaughter Ruth" Pintado, are ,much appreciated and w*> trust Fletcher BOW ia the Navy, also Check Gas Eligibility, Rewards for attendance and

expected to arrive Wednesday to I,was enjoyable to them. visited us.Recently. Track Buyers Warned certificates for Bible memory ': .

spend the holiday with }Jr. and Those who received the Green we sold a ton of wastepaper work will be awarded at tic .,',,

Mr*. J. D. Redd. Mr. and Mrs. :Hand decree were: Andrew Beneon. we had collected and we Panona planning to buy trucks annual Christmas program of the .;.

Flaitas are Mrs. Redd's parents. Melvyn; Davis Flank Du- have another load ready to Co to offered for sale by army salvage Florida City Free Methodist',

"'Deep regret is felt In South Mond. Milton French Carlos market now. I DI.trlet.LI.OfI."* Club at Its meeting Church to' be held Thursday

Dade County over the death of Gaby, Eddie Galloway. Herbert Robert N. Hosklns of the Florida Tuesday. .night. Its. members are evening Dec. 33. _
.Mrs. Dora Jan Robert, pioneer Grate, Harry Hampton, Claude Forest and Park Service visited --- --- "

resident of Cape Sable, who was Mycr, Ralph McCullough, Richard us briefly the past week. SWIh.BMt.t- sad Batrfa VISAS aka '

talfT'burned: .'et;-,lierlldtnh: J astTktorsmy M .. E tat &_ aM I* B, B. IM .., MlaaL town om..,. ta Uacf.4 EM*. j 3

"afternoon after an 'expleafon r B. Sr:*'TM>' fcrni.. Bay *r CM .a a Pwtrali Ned" far Ckrlil.ia" M the
caused when she starteda 1
Ore In a wood stove with kerosene POLLY DATE OWMT and ....... __.. M.OtM "
i . 1411 Mill ....._. II...., Tal. d,'111. 1Mb E. MaHl**. fnf. Sally-....... flog till to Sill A. kf| II A. M. to a P,JS.I **4 .','
"Mrs. E. A. Froscher Is enterJ E.emMa a to s. $
This EtWto Often Quality Sad .-.... ta PMleM at low Cark rtamilMLUktl
taming her parents. Mr. and Mrs **. ..**.} .._...* to ....... ktoa ..* Waa* 01 Mai ...al ............ assume fcl ....** to beep large ..ltoMM -
j R. L. Mill . .... ......
pioneer residents of ..n..nd pad 004 w ...r Samoa M *k Cwkt ai*
County, who hive been living Truly K kM km ...w."T ........ r.- : u--- ... treed. ... Mh UWM with Bur
ta .a In* aartklM KM sees hive tkaaMpt .. I The . Singular kehtI.. .naee@ weowle.ble lid Isles Gold.. Ie Sisal ... peen af ......... taAiU pentagrams Arab- '
% Bayamon. Puerto Rico, for .. raw yMtarrtpk* And ...... whom pan have pboburroobet.ade maned-.. ...... and ..e.w.e w..ito ... on ........
,1 the past 12 years . ........ .art Mt tweak. altkar M .... at !b1. ....... Wot twerp pkotoewSher . ..
n ... .... .......... the wok k.W .. fr*. Ik* .... ... '- ;
;jtJ,* Slx pink candles on a whit PAN AMERICAN PHOTO SHOP ta Hi4ml k .o" 01 eltoldaa !toad ItokWIM. ... plan one ts.ia.m peps,. .._ at"* Thom .1...... ad .A 4
" : cake marked the birthday anni- .....* MTMI ta a Ml Wrick wow .1..barred. ..b a Mult ekes Iholr Medan eager footnote bow tend ....... Oa-.t ..... ....... Wft
veniry of little Jennie Tower at .....* hi awrrtkiaa MttalalM It .*.. artkrtto _11I1. Thin arils man than ban May.a..d te tawft w ban&We I end Assume a.em been ..p..ded in ... ,
ark'infermat. dinner it the' home to meals. gar .t.r. Nnfak. to *. people rf Mibrhotoerwfcr of w5ds, t. ad sear w eats a1.M.e e4 Mi.... the disks tMaarrMaMMBt

ot her parents,>Dr:and Mrs J. B Too 4M ,MNM 'WM IBMl aiMlk.ltaWtMTajta e.mme.ltr a s..e..b..lw .nloe hi a than m.5 Ie s..bN.N -.... m am urwp assist on all..... The
_ Tower . ,to at miwiark**, wkkh b and Wage fan MV to kwwrm witha .\01._ .aannl 01 __ bd .( tk* aafmarla b ... Mta
oar am' (. Mlltn. Moo, attoattaa o( four wk" me" on pow home so for ... make anbedoom from and: a mode aHny with M .rto
pas Ia" *
.t". The marriage of Mist Birdie I....*.. A pals ,,_.( unruly to
Mark MM* fittac aa4 mathonwhoa smmwtenyad M........ d1wgained. UN rental M4 na_ *f
; ;: Howard: daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ..4 ........, M this ...*. N..b. Mt Mir w *u> nl Ckrblww alto M Pm pages raw brl% .... ICM*. .... M* ta tkaraMhlr ..0z
\' A. H. Howard,. to Ira Anderson tic ban Ik*** taM e camber and fc aba a mast Appreciated. MMMr brae sad atn.Mat head 01 ... Wong Ie ...... --.......
Mf, was..in.event, of last Saturday .-.-.-.-.. kobtor began M welt a> LOUIS IL MART NSZ, KM owner 1. ....... I. sad ...., be eM rally, Yenta MM ba, to la* people
, r afternoon "c .' '. '..V"1A . '*< tony, Moral. ,,,..,..,..., dust fall to 'rf Ab. Mall, ae ..- 1ft ... prdwks.k antU sad Mnliw *f food wtth MarialItMUM W Shia Mtoaw a anll to..1Ia&Iaa1M
.' I' .>.. a *M oftntt at**. 01 .MOT MMUrr jMtt k mn> la lik tocttoa.UMktt No often .. nk ' .
\ :nln*,pou'lCt 3 tug hter 'arrived sin M the MUr' that .. . aE UatM to Ik* *.ak *l ''-
MlM .... .. **MM MM M JurUmrt. ettMtllft to ALL* _hen dor tar ._... AT NO ,TIME MM akawaalt auaaa4 airMii"*, ......... Sa, 11k
it the horn'of. Mr,"and:Mrs. 7'Vrfanedesc Of *mn.. the atiilk. b 'a>*Ja< .... joy ..... 1..-, and the* %...a "aLra.N tafattar road to ta vroPM04 HOT bow *f ..... M* .. HMM MfoM -
| > Oec. Her nwne-U ik* aiat,uJ moat MMtr work to this Pee to .m b NOW.. The.. to Ie' obant
,; will aM ..... _, Ie be ...-.r ielm Poor b.da.a'aa'.MS
fKstherin* Alcoa'Lei JI.. aM thaw ... uawb* W Hi attfctbakUlty Nothing more aarwtoi4 ai a Ckrbt- arranged asst ...... a".... ft both. .t ......* toa a ali.i.ia kaM.TM .
.: .!'; :"Mm Grace Cameron, who has today la Iki BUM
4 been away froth: Homestead since -... IM served Mt aba MMfM -
1923, is expected horn from FOB SArtTT imVM TIC TtTLk TO TOUR NONE THROUGH TOE 1".1 .tr eMr _.*__ >rt..-A*..

i/une"York: Qty before Christmas

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BMty tarriM rf tile BVaai. .". the .__ title 1..._..* on. ib*>I ..- mats *l laMb la DM CoMlfflM .
'X, Agent a-a.rtb PrkM. AM w..j theses In riwM. ,OIMM s.1.ri..., I* > tic dyes of **rlr *ltlm down'i
BM kr skilled nasty 0....... .. till *tnb. to tic ...... tI_ Will seem to (kbtaifonunfaa
,..... ..* mt attonuM In )ll. it and this Manbitloil ... plead ij
.>,. Tkrr ar* many beauty akopi hut ,Ik.MokrHy .Mrky '""..*.' that an *fnt...r4 with araallnl ornatkia la the able an4 .,.-I j
of aa aiaklbkmal of this from
tk ,FIARIDA FtrTI.c'CO. CMMIIMI Plant hadb of people pe5f.rk -1
aatar. fa JMV*. 'fm *. MM *!** .f ,
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W.H to MMM Mil.*'Mfe.. II will fmbk7M gist n4r them veto nttlM
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BEAUTY SHOP la MiM.1 about H. TWo all an;.M to the MMfkp >kb.t hand 01 the FLORIDA TTTIB COto .
b age .l the tart, la the city, whore
Moo kbMT ....... ., ....* .WWI. u* p( preeetp. bon a* bar. WMT. Miami b'r:1":1: f SUTTON'S"MiamS
.k. running the ......,111 W IkMT OT MlIIMIM New to
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awb.. kr many *MIK at m1ports. tnxrw ta Miami and Ik* 'tt *
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tnaalalln Ik. bins, W pupnijr ai'
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sue lk bares that lkfMMilt
'. thai tk*, ultimate became *f a* :: i
ae Mteartk sksw..O" wmt ta this na* to flab to.jjyg Oldest Jewelry Store
Wait fcaaM.*. M If ...* ki babe Mr*. MKMM dep.s'.pm...a and use gdreliable y.. EMBkv The ...... Tlabh .
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kM sad ta *TMM' *t Httta or Now; the Oatr *.. Two "
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ENTERPRISE . , December 17,1943- .. "

III}, ( .j it. Events T -kt I
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faculty members j A Christmas program at which|by Mrs H. G. Thurman's, and

The annual Redland High Lawrence King; secretary, Louis were entertained at a tea and i grandmothers were special guests Paul L. Worl',', room.
School Junior-senior banquet will Caby: and treasurer, Alice Kirk. book exhibition recently by Mrs.I was presented at the Homestead .
I be held at I o'clockhI, evening Commlttjei In charge arrangements E. H. Callaher, school llbrar 1'P.T.A. meeting Wedneaday afternoon CLUB SEEKS HOSTESSES
at the Miami Woman' Club. trot decorations, Bessie Lou Jan and Mir Allle.' Ferguson under the direction: of Mill FOR HIGIL-SCHOOLDA..CES "

The Christmas: motif will becarried M/er Rudolph Sage and Rats home eonomtea teacher, In, the I Lenora Stewart, music 'Inetr( dor.t. Mother ot- boy 'and girl of
school Highlight of 'the program was I high aehool'Mgr are being asked
.1 Seats; menu, Uelba Collins and library.Poinlettlas t.
out In red and table
Ii decoration for tha green whlcfefa Verdi Goasmen; Imitation, Rosemary and greenery carried the-dancing. the, minuet in costume -I[1', ,Mrv'Walter' -Weiss, president: .r
by four girls and :kIur boy of *Ae Woman' Club of Honneataad -
Burk and Thelm Skull entertainment out the Christmas colon In the .
{II being held early this' year at Anne Hlckson. Nell table decoration Home te nOIn.I' from Mrs W.. R. Blrd'r rtwnu to. volunteer M 'boa...... '
at will
boy the aenlor class
n many Lloyd, Kathleen Campbell Jane IllS student Assisted the hostesses A playlet "Chrlstmaa In.Other 10.that the d &' -sponsored dance
a be the aerV .
Inducted Into armed .
Landi" Mm, i rrti ud ..c.. .""
Thompson, Dorothy-Godwin- In tervtaar was presented by Meat a.Cl> frJday
ices before the 'lCb o1 term It
Harry Cooper's rooM Groups In night for'young people ,
Cautler, Lee Walker and Charles New books recently added trt
completed.be Polnsetttas In tiny red Chambers: finance, Alice Kirk and the'library'shelves. ; were on display. -. special costumes showed Yule customs Mr*.- Adrt...'. cupt win given aa favor. t Louis O.b,. ." of Holland Norway Fwlfind, W, X. 1htlq.it'I': Bosteasel to
The welcoming tout will be Franc and Russia "Silent Night about (orty yovngiUfr*'whoidancedlto ,

j made by Charles Chamber, president Holy Night wa* sung by a glrla',, the. Juke: organ last Friday .. .
ot the Junior cUss, who will JUNIORS' PRESENT DECEMBER PROGRAM I Quartet and presented In panto night
also dedicate the farewell'son,' to THIS WEEK FOR. MONDAY MUSIC CLUB

the aenion. Rosemary Burke will I T. town Tr v..... BM. T- eyes ....11..01............ U

1 toast the seniors; Louis Gab the .The, December program of .the events and, Vara Rheney played .0'a
,\( acuity; Dorothy Godwin, the underclaaimen Monday Music Club was presented I'a piano solo, "Romance" {DR.: A. H. TATE; OptometristOptieian I
Thehna Skill achool Other present Mn R
; were:
this week at the home of Mn j IH t. nester. *t.. Mlovl, .1 the Dowel Jtwrltr C*. tat s....1. At Tkl raw
officials: and Lawrence King H. FitzpatrIck Mra. W. I. Rheney.
Ten An Awed TkoiwMrk KiMluMra .1rase Itree sad planes; That Will Give
Howard Johnson member of .
"MlM Redland", Kathleen Wagner by Mrs. Van Harris, Mrs. Sam J.,I 11..1... CMIIl' and E"-o,
the Stephen Foster Junior Music I Davis, Mrs. W.E. Gaby,jdrs. A.W. .
Nw .fa sweet W basalt, >U vwfTpmni Hm MM M adult. lire IT >_at....shad
Special guests will be: Superintendent Club under the direction of Its Hutchinson Mrs. Anna J.
I Eggert, abeam mUrt the eyes W kM kr ..... Into,, .. <'klMko M the Very
and Mn. Jai T. Wilson, counselors, Mn. Bevo Webb and Mra. W. E. D. Ward Mra U B. Was property fitted with dhows >t first ImowMn of a eight drtlrhMr.Thil .
Mr. and Mr*. Chat O. Turner Mrs. Johnsn.Poinsettia.. I Crantford, Mrs. W. R. Bird Mr*., lint .._ of atrata .r kM JlfflM. which b full .. Instance ., y.
Mr. and Mra. I. T, Pearson, Mr. and schlnus berries! M. C. Lawrence Mrs. Wm. .,.It. A* Important, kow...r. b .HiralIMkn > *tr>l* I. .."..*... will eventually if.wlo.
and Mr. R. P. Terry, Mr. and were used for decoration. Congealed -)selwhlte, Mrs. Lee Lehman, with tko wtiiwwtrbl .UfW I* Into a series headless, In older
d Mn. D. E. Baihor Mr. and Mra, salad and Lester K. Doan, Mra Carl Mill-I fit TM nary !sass, leer*. ut tmk MUM have' been
n:1) RnlHlrMl4 ol ,...pie ..tlfr to the eliminated kr Sam set.* ,_._a. DR
D. R. Snyder Mr and Mn. L. H. face sandwiches | son Mr*. R. E. Edwards, . ..
'ihU *rr lfl rendered Vr DM A. TATB e.mpeteesy rMa>n *M service,
Greer and Mr. and Mra. P. J. served by Mn. Johnson and the L. Burton Mrs. L. L. Hood Mra. e.J
TATE. Hbntl. .. IN R. "' ._ *t, niwrmtlnir aH.MU of ubinl dim iltl...
Mark; Junior clan room mothers, other hostesses, Mn. Fred Redd Frank Webb. Mrs. Frank Haus-! .._.... wI_of,.-. b .'...."" f.r Aatnmobll driven In k torn .._...
Mn A. L. Campbell, Mn. Her- Mra. H. Collier, Mrs. Julian H., man, Mra. H. L. Brandenburg _fa of Homestead end purroseAl"orammssktes. -- .r run ihonld war sleet whoa
man Heinlein, and Mra Marshall Webster and Mra. Ivan Moaer. I, Mrs. J. A. Whichard Mra. Herman Ivlne IA prrrnt the MnokM Wale
Colllna; sophomore and freshmanrepresentatives Marlon Anderson played bell!, Mark, Mn. A. M. Logan.' Too M. Mir OIl kin fur complete and frog onnltitM and the ........, wat solo Schubert dependable *r* examination' and for b.. ot Ik* otroH end lUTkwrAt .
Lenora William "Serenade"
lyre ( Mn J. R. Rutland, Mn. E. H.
I less fated with alias lint will ,rturaIM this Wflr. ro* will fM *M.WM>
Buford Freeman, Betty LoU and to accompaniment played by Mra i I Gallaher, Mn. Geo. M. Frick, Mra Joy eI ...1....., ritual *MlktGr I. the MWMI style "pmoMHtr cheese.
Wilfred Herndon; and faculty J. D. Redd. Anne Rheney sang John Osmundaon Mrs. Alvin A.
ltM tUttnMit MMl to to sadism M It wm ((MM that Bull pout > members. Dancing will be, enjoyed "In Between" and "Say a Prayer, Payne and Mr*. Wm. S<>ttU la their iMHridMlbx. .M| to to flUMl\ .. type a4 Improve your ._.._
after the dinner, for tha Boys Over There". She was .crams ........ ..salt a hiehlriss.aendd Rio HIMOM I. the proper flnlnr *f
Officers of the senior clan are: accompanied by her slater Vara. Mra. Alvin A. Payne of Miami sad sumpet art ept.astrsl.This . (|MM* deserves the khilMt momn...l..
president, Jim Jackson; vice-pres To accompaniment played by Mra! la a house guest of, Mn. JulianH. wrle rM will to U'.1W\r *rr. the Bud kb ronel le.llo
  • |}l. *f maturing If you ar a patient *fDR. aM fumigating Incurred labs
    ident, Donald Crate; secretary Johnson Barbara Jean Wakefleld Webster A luncheon was given
    Peggy O'Brieiu and treasurer, Barbara Jean Smith Anne Rhe In Mra Payne' honor Wednesday TATC.Bb . b testified kj Man .1)) PMMM wko tan
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    wnrk b M lwvMul the acid* towullMl. klinl .. - Bobby Jensen. Junior class officers ney, Dorrls Ada Dodson and Ruth by Mrs. E. A. Ames, and Mrs. K Mn**. sad whether II b' MmpuioMlMfoob lame 4.5. b *n f of.hU ability. Mar
    besides the president Charles Rutland sang Christmas carols J. R. Brook Is entertaining at IFMI' MMkUM* l. Whom, -rbVWtto w. -rnot, 'ttMrofnV M ,UMM jot wr
    Chambers are: vice-president, Gloria De Marie gave current bridge for her -tonight Usk fatasi.shows hen driving. eo: .... ....... she be-*..... bad Mr trrWto .
    tiiiiiil.. rear to W-i, -..... t__tune Slat posy MT hbo
    ...RIBO -'''. OWLS. INVOLt NOW PoaiTMNd-WAITING, ales bit sal.. win'b..mM'shfenMr. a *bHton.
    Nan sloes sad tray paladin MM ALBGirr n. TATS b wall knows
    I t SUNLIGHT I BEAUTY'SCHOOL of *jmlrklltfW.ltU* say have torn I k> tits **Hto* 'W l>,irlu A<...

    11I1! N. W. |M| An, MlMl. David A. JUM.) IMrwtar. This Mitora IrkMl Otters to ***** M4 TMMftault Won" an Op.w .
    ? to Traw hi a rWmtan for rVr >-.*.-,.Ur* B..Ny .-Should Urge Lash WMMB to Tk ape TAB Train- .
    tie Old Tim b sharing* *f Wants .. This I'ftf_... Tlltl. Rates N.....

    trot wart (M b Tithed either for ... greet a.e. ark of the demand east .: vkM MUM M ,
    ..lie or MlPininbl. wwk M a iMM 1.solo_ until ghee me be trained TIM tmkb tUff M kb uh... bjMwk fR
    take tk.s .a.w 1to skis field ..*.ikM kf DM kwt .** .< .fAT
    at awrthood. asl beauty sellse mass of .ad.svsr. a day (..11I..... avert Plains b M.* wlf ....
    M kvniM huh piWIukta and pfeM.nl.Tto I that this ...: dos gas .=1 dlsMualy .-... .a prefkMnta
    SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCROOUMul ; mast Mrs for .psrat.e, and the dead her eeet- but every ate b .too
    often ..ppfr,nhb. la MrriMlWUMI = kM brought .kovft a coMtanl can rt- to swam a tt M.klua for hoc.Mmvt. ..
    M Well M to airs lust Ml *fMkoul for skilled beauty wlluriiu In ill kniMkct W. IkrMfor*..tlwt Bad w.lco*i loyrb s and will s the workAw hm songsters at beauty ofxraun who
    k* clad to .tar mays hil....M I* the woman whiting to *arms> U this tax takes w war work H b MM*. 1
    ,..,.,..'.. tU prNoMllr sad I.....* In, web sea ahndrrt .....ooiMar.w..In.. _1M dL COM .r.Unl, nptrttmt. TV ewers obtain MnMtovl Mp. nphla to Mr PHOTO FRAMES
    With t...)' "*_ *f'wunwn late (rMt.T UK to eonpktt. a merge ol Want gaily wens kM elrb. puttoilirir. MMM age LNI DEAREST
    Ml.1. business W4 PolltlMl .... k) Big MOIkhTIIMJ .t ....... die Mlt HOMIMM k, taking For I.er lt.oeite sea rIt.
    to say MtMn *t MM ikortMn, reveal ktkmlm In bead imk. r a. ..... aTOM OIl training ., the irMol bMMttetolrTte Wainerspip { IN CHRISTMAS
    eoprkacd ....1' apnea entering >|MI for t IIMlM. ll b was like mod b MNRlML Mr. David A. ioU.. =
    emvwsa.at serveg kMMMl b Stunk deal. at airs mmt Other HT. spew and oiMftMMl elwtor. b wWIkMwk. ,if GIFTS IS
    ibis Iwaln.o, has some blk, neat *Vat eat week, for ,that 'Hulk*, ...* there JlM Oil Sisal" MIS.Jar ;
    t mead and the sod for e.mtere M ours U many hMliiuM as am limit pea OTtolkb-AX !
    c\ abet tames to $tele CALL SOME

    ; Nationally Advertised Watches .a a . Splendid, mltst

    .t haute KM man than,

    -MCbntmaMSCan.'Nome .
    Marvelous Selection PLAYING CARD Uaety ire'tioai -

    Men and Women' will gig aa 'd
    Famous DOUBLE DECK playing (ante.DiHincn >ereq greater thrill i

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    Fa laf FeaaleaMyM
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    to nl oval taito/ lewd sari
    ;tfragtalr, beawifring

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    11. 19.t3' HOMESTEAD LEAnER ANn ENTERPRISE Page Seven

    : ADDITIONAL' tRtl'p.9L'1.f1'JBp11.SOCIAL. ......... EVENTS....... .. .... The Calendar 7. 7 :! CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING ;

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    JSO HOLIDAY PLANS FEATURE CAROLS; Die. I --x $'l-ltmai.p.rb : at J'

    INFORMAL DANCES, CHRISTMAS Am-rlcen 1 Legion and auOllaryat RATE'; Tint insertion hoe a Ifee; subsequent Insertli

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    An .informal Christmas dance ,snack bar at the Saturday dance. Dec. 20-Chrintmas. party ot 1, ______._nn. __.n___n____________'_nn ,
    irh holiday decorations: and aitleiln They were misled by Mrs. FredSuber Woman's Club of Homestead =
    the I i Dec. 21-W.S C.S. supper hon..,,! FOR RENT RARE TROPICAL TREES, rtirubs' ,
    *; tree art planned by and Mrs. L. L. Field. I
    ornamentals (alms. Phone Cal
    Circle Three followed by
    VSO lor Thursday evening. Dec. More than a hundred and seven ROOMS and apartments. Reasonable -
    kins b3.\V 2 mi. Florida
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    J3. A special feature will be al 1 ty-five guests attended the Dee. 0 Christmas party. rates- hot water and a how.ers. .I City. < nature hunt In which first dance sponsored the American Dec. Homestead Rotary Club'Christmas Palms Hotel. Florid City. ..,

    Did second prizes will be awarded Legion Auxiliary under the direction party. I'ERSONAL
    Dec. 2 -USO Christmas party. FOR SALE: I
    the successful participating of Mrs. Wm. J. Qjronlmo. '' --- '
    lea Music win be provided During the 40-mlnute Dec. 24 Singing of Christmas
    practice FREE! If Excess add caintn you
    the Homestead Field base blackout, Mrs. Stanley Wittkop carols at USO. THE Seminole Trading Post restaurant -I pains of Stomach Ulcers Indigestion

    orchestra and during the deficitintermission played the piano and group singing Dec. 36-USO open house sponsored will bs closed after to Heartburn Bt'-Mng.

    entertainment will bi .of poular songs was enjoyed.Door by First Baptist Church of,' day. Beginning Monday there Bloating, Nausea Oat Pain*,

    presented. Refreshments will be prizes of homemade fudge Homestead.Dec. I I will be a sale of jars, bottles, get flee sample, tW.... at
    nerved by the senior hostesses, 'were awarded to Cpl. Anne Davis 26 Christmas party for candy boxes, baskets, wrapping Brown'i Pharmacy (p)7)

    and dancing will continue. until a of the WAC and Pvt. Leroy 'J. children of Sacred Heart Church. ,, .papet;''ttllopbane., !. and Jellies., }
    .IN. >(
    late hour Lynch of the security- .unit. Assisting I Dec. It-Squadron dance at (pol7) WANTED

    singing of carols is Mrs. Ceronhno were: Mrs. USO.It" i
    FOR SALE OR RENT-40 kcres WANTED: Capable Urn labor
    Christmas Eve: vheli Geo. D. Ruehle Mrs. Frank Rue I ,
    plaaneci'lof In Highland section (known as foreman. Apply l Sottile und Sable.
    Mrs H. O. Hall and senior hostesses on Dec. 27 In
    be'servid.. Mr. Harold Sheffield
    will A ,
    refreshments I
    this Joe Davis farm). Dr, T. R. liven,Core of South Dade Forms,
    ipecial program It being arranged Mr. Joel J, Robinson Mrs the USO clubhouse to explain the'purpose Guitl. For further Information : dl7tn)
    tcXo.th dance on Christmas night George Fitzpatrick,, Mrs. Field: and needs of the USO
    see A. C. Easton Route I, Box
    and on the following 'SundayChristma Mrs. Suber Mrs. Geo. W. Turner program for men and women of' 583, Homestead. tpdJ-I7) M PIANOS wantej. Hlghert prices

    music"will be a feature Mrs. E E. Vihleny and Mrs. W. H the armed services announoei I paid. Any style or .:'e. Braim'l

    i{>,.the open>house, sponsored- by Sykes. Homemade cookie, hot Director W. E. D. Ward. !' REPAIRABLE HOUSE with tot In ;, Piano House 2S80 N.W."tth -St.. :

    Die Ant Baptist Church i of Hornsitead. coffee -and fruit .punch were Hostesses will be advised by Homestead $500. $100 dowit, Miami. (id 111)i

    served. mail of the exact time of the balance easy payment Eleanor

    Woman' -Auxiliary of;'tht Nearly ..y:nt-ftv. soldier! meeting with..Miss Wilson I Froscher 25 S. Flagler Ave., i WANTED-Repklr work, stone
    .rThe have been accommolated by the Homestead Phone 2)J-J. (tiff) I building, cement work roofing/ ,
    Homestead Presbyterian ChurchwIll YOUNGSTERS GIVEN DANCEIN ,
    USO Christmas gin wrapping etc. llth Hour'Mtalon, Box 6.
    provide rereshment for the .service says Director W. E. D. WOMAN g CLIV HOUSE BEDROOM HOME, barns and Homestead (dlOf)
    formal NeW Year's danci on Ward. Mrs. J. D. Perkins and'Mrs, J. ,garage, large plot of ground In
    Thursday, Dec. 30. D. Barnes were hostesses on Homestead, $4500. Terms. El- WANTED: Ducks, 50 a week, 25c

    Informal music and games wrt WM.V. PRESENTS PROGRAM Thursday evening of last week at, eanor Froscher 23 S. Flagler lb., Rt. 2. Box 201 Homestead.

    enjoyed at the open house sponsored ON "CHRISTIAN WITNESS" a dance for members of thti Ave. Homestead.: Phone 219-J olftf) ...
    Sunday afternoon by the younger set 11the Woman's1' (JStf) '
    I "The Christian Wltnrss IT T .- I need groves with or without !
    Jennie Lobdell Circle of the Woman' Club building. !
    tlr,,', World" warthe them of the home 9 prospects waiting. rt
    Society of Christian ; Music was furnished by the'jukeorgan i FRESH DOG or CAT FOOD-- '
    W M.U. of the First Baptist Churchof Drop me a postal or call J. K.
    Ice of the First Methodist and cookies and coca colas i made of whole veal :red 'oth'v
    Homestead at the regular meet Dorn, 22483 Miami at ex
    rf Homeiteal Homemade serv-J were served buffet style. beef products. 20c lb., phone J
    ins on Thursday of lust w'ek. pense. Reverse charges,
    J ies with coffee and linrsade I 238-J evenings. (pUIU) ,
    Taking part on the programwere (c0-d30)
    -G RLS' rs
    served the hostesses .
    : Mrs. Charles hearth Mr FOR SALE-Model A I ";tn -
    direction of Misses Helen fInd Antoinette WILL PAY $5 $2.1 fur
    : Frank Irwin Mrs. J. Tom Vann Clad Buggy and Fordson to lush
    Moye. Assisting In Red-1 Mrs. C. O. Robertson and Mrs. : By Jennie Lou Davis ;,' Tractor. Also 51 gal. oil drums I!' cars tlio farm mllct>lner)'.
    program were Pfc. and Mrs, I James C. Vann. The Girl Scout on Tuesday Wolfe Auto Wrecking. P. O.j; Wolf. Auto Wreckln P. 0 Box /
    fey Crawford Mrs. A. M. Logan 1 worked on the shjidograph some Box 796 Homestead Fla. Phone '"11. Homestead Fla. Phone '

    Miss Mary McNelll. Miss Bobbie I'SO-YMCA EXFcitlVE : more. Shirley. Greer served re 392-J (o8tflPROCI.A14TW '. 392-J. (chi) { :,

    L Joyce Powers and Miss Sue Moye. TO TEII. PROGRAM AIMS j, freshments. W* drew names for or ..>pspa.. put>||....:. In- It, City i>f ; }
    .: Chese crackers hot coffee ant I Miss Eleanor Wilson, represent-!\ Christmas. W* are going to have! Awn NOTICtHOTICr. 1asp I H..e..isnd h
    i fresh fruit punch were served by live of USO-YMCA headquar-i I party next Tuesday Betty Ann] : II HERRRY ra "vain"CIVKN that m'' tai n wM tr4 City.this Ilk .., ml DoooM.....'.A. D.
    ;'Mr, and Mss Frank Belts at the ters, will met with local renters Plumrter's house.for General -kotlol. will mm held. sod was ....,
    the Hty ln III ,la Hty .T| T. t. IIAHmS.M .
    =..:. Florida. ON"or' . J..w.t'll .....
    i II, IM4, l" MwnlaiMY wish" Hr C'toa...,. Allot, I N. K. EDWARD, ,.
    STATE. FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE CO. : W wM Cltr: .= rb.My I! City Clwt.. .
    Ito .UrtkHi err ssswd'City. at Jr._... awlS
    otttamn good ___.tOM
    Mwr..N.d..MM.4 Tool. Mia. Rl J. riXLIT. >.r t Grains M Farmers .ad Growers, w e1 Tea.11as W Sons..The ......

    ', .stalft raem lihoolual Ill_ WIo .list .... .. .. ttfm c-.tI_.. j Kendrick
    eras.rv. 'It. _. .tH < Pass aid lUt Uw *.Ui Shall ... _... ., "5 L
    p -sass. ;C1mM.T'swf, itI.-mVet-e: OL: Far SUI .....ltltMoal ...,b @119 ,wAwbo wouU km paid'... Ite.... I. she...* rlrtt A. H. mt kail W tk .4 M -I '
    ... ... whew.i .....U cot San tallmlmmfmam 4>w* ,.l MM day. .- I "a.
    .. ... ..1 lo.s.1.A'r.r.mM'sad
    ; "r-:'. -. raw .l/i. ,...... The Palisade mmmtt KUrfaM:. bale 3CbTICi f
    Stall rum -mmM
    mass paw .
    .... ,.. .
    1- ."J1 ta < MItt i MMIM duty sgelas M n- .M Oft
    ;""" n ** .pprsd..saat. yM IJt.M. If poa'wbt ...... UM ntM. ,I '
    wElettinar CertlitJeslet .
    ....;...;Ai:4-1-04. M tihe.. I i.f -- It (on ....,.tfcfcyriw ...' speo H..rs J.HMrm.::.t"'w.: . ,,fllrtb ,"" 4bfT doe-
    shy _I. Alr"11hw4J'at Ytxasa'Wa ..... .base Am 41;........_... Far.. win .... : \ .. 1...*. w uwestt' icaaewlefiri: artf ...ltaeimrC -
    .. . ...... _.... wll"1 1 w. tl..11'..4. .. IMH uiiin > ,
    ..rf . .. Je Mai t-re.yaIo .b d -p.si hapael hale set and I ".... .A. R Ll..tanlm. M ('..... I
    ....,.,.e.p1; .4amlle...spa Iatkla. 4A. i* "4of, four, pwesee.s: to .s" fee fit.. Node. k nntTNKH CIVtN ...... 'U I. Odd, Fellows B.....
    I'IOI>' 5aa ..a.Rvsnn. J.L Todd ...,,,"- Mpy. V' Hera ..._ u. ..s.5C........ raw V. W, 'J. III. '. Hiesl *.. Ila.CARPENT.Ei ''
    .,... tLvir.s: .,..r !fsmltm. yata4.tarAe1. .{- s..,snot 1. taal",.eras eM tai 'kMVfM-. a.!>. ''''.r.ear ....... Ie routine in a -.a .lacksY' ,
    ; ........ ... who :.n .... ..elded I. .... CIV. _......__._ 1
    .h; br4nwxf..w-_ Mal tire 41.0. the" .Pwm; sta. the distA.l MwwMkMtoi for ... Fkm ........... rsarW darha the ass
    (a.wnw sorts. y. .tb:.,'s'awn "...... : Form often the Mdse .,ambit ism TWJ Jii MW to the .n>y ..IH| .... kv Mt p..e.dlr 11:....... ..d LOCAL
    .hue insrpww s.mseslo.... N:. ......, sader.sarprhaahw oovw m.Ter' .. CrmkW hr Ik* past ,.... Rs f. ...,. registered In the Motion *?.. use. .. j
    wit* : gal rasob..fa aMts.Il.na's'i.p5id f'W7'"t IsiT. B rM III.... Jlbol. MIl 'M Sold cow .c Hs.re.tad at ''-1 I 1I
    .itt!; : z.1i. tsad ........... ...... -hen Ih-k: i. tw how .AWOT ... ref I....:Farm; d.lsM'.allfkd ae prim Ie -4a vale said In east_........... I' MEETS'FIRSTStkkD'lH1kD.
    ..... .. ...... '" ................ aollkb torcran. Too *... (IIkMr what lei, ... 4..abw wall tab. '.,M The flu Ctork af the City c4 I THURSDAYS I r. MUglen r
    Heft U. Dodd Ce.,sip: when -'ow. ... M debt MirM. ...... >. 4M *. w fvtlwr Tai .C...,.......' ... -4. -. .b kmbr ......... Ie two 11.11.1. KrMM. Homestead
    ... ...................... ......
    d the. sod a.rW-t .aod.l' /fao.N.R wllMMk Jima ,pew ,*>_ uM"rained toiwt wkll* k. ,m I. >tk> ,vw.y A.nHt Ikk kk> N. '"l Ktontaa lit. sewoomp- Y -
    ; is am .-... II tI; 'ooswo dole <. Vu' ran amid Mt basset kMM .: ,S-IIU Iv *f 4Ut libkta. .. -"-
    ......."... ..If ._a". .BUM" ......., the days wu only ",." .rIMMlbty MM .. Pub Flnhy IoW krlM ,-. the rr
    ,,.41y. Injury sad Property D.n>i.. Mi .41.... State Farm tumrMpy -, Mind .iwtatlo *r _... Dual for f fI !
    .paste i pulfc*. uraUet you I. MM pop M |M* sod of par Collision. .lal.... .*. lint Outs F.n.ttmmlum *.. ..

    ,.Isj.w. Other .. damage his !. UM -MM--when--yoa--amid--not .oltrt'WHlburfor f..M ,wits _"'.-A4_ _' I I BONDS OVER AMERICA .* I
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    CHARLIE'S TOBACCO ROAD Children play In tether Pioneer Woman

    Short .Park Washington ol VanCount. -

    I beneath a heroic status
    _-M'AMr MOST POPULAR NITS CUT... dtdicatsd to the pionttt l+
    c:....".."..,. L&,." M 121 H. .'''...IA.: .. tRO J.IPKIN. Maps IH"d,,, Kl.klH.' Mme .y ..-.. Km .." .",.. swaWi i ,women who cam with
    .......... Flows, "" I .-. I* *. M, ....... ., kfnram ....-.. kNn r a C- Cl.m.- C-M Bkrly. .... CF.O. IEI.LT tk. their husbands and chit f T r, !
    "COKCRNUI. MASTER OF rRRFMONISM AND FAIT .AS." O* RBTTMM'ME'R Till BMT. .Arr ....\mrnr 11'1 dress Into the Northwest J 1b I
    l>.Mto> H r*> .-C. ....... ...ua low R.savslsAIR CONDITIONED. i country. newly, s
    alter the Lewis I
    'y .vaep. .two tM am.U.e lehad -nt* .4hi.. ...._ ..ly wad known sad d a aped .......,- "' -i .ppntd and expedition; ,
    .,aIt.I"r;' w,_ sum" Mead _'-..... Th.es I i I., this Popular L4sash-ill.- :iI.eI, | "
    19-s.se/dwwtl.. w. .... 'p"' '' IN I.. Vittimi, tortur with fit r/Mll.M **rrkM II b-m.n It mttarmm as stme.phm'. the 1 :
    lag node fee .. ""few.. with read Ise. this i f.wtt tnwdwoea.' fat I!I" butte.phMM.ted and ...,-.... ...' I .
    em.she..tai ...wtr.ap.t, rhe ...-*a ,sad: *low Ilk* tk tort In mWftal .n *t,t MM yoti era IwwVimv' W .-..4 '_ . . : ;11 :
    154.,, "LLI" ,,,_. "5. '/sraeIbly.MARLS" .sW.d dne.Me.TMs I I l-.1... 'set "'rJVlM 4V,' rlero I* .... eau
    TOBACCO ROAD, h Ulm"sp ass say samba d Ina 10 W.Idh.a Palouse --If .pp-w4wsa ..... .T ..ftI lor IIIInII. 111........., i
    tbi.;.L1t Ileac g..t Parisi.lpa. . +,.,. *-*.. I.. ""* tax ikto 4the asters_ pkduhkP. pascals: : .. J & ...._ tilt ;,
    > .g ....ti..t.55s.si I\_._ am. .he VrP .. a** *.M.ly < af. childrenbows lift* .1
    .044 salts... ............... Is't.yFt .+ err M 1YI on "":. Nos ::,1111.1 t I I TOBACCO ROAD ap wall MiucW' ..d''toag. stomach fr .* yi Mil- i;'
    ...._ atom" ha.. i.w
    m hrar A,6004-4 lrrlM > pro y.i
    ... i
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    &OrJs f .014. fb.w d..5 to .014 klMWtal
    -a xt Icy
    Ibt. . . ., I(sods 'of ........ Ma' bed' ON brfam o at I'i. . *J tarts ''
    .I!, that are trial* MHXnwt ," ,n.4 ... labor cam**; are
    H Cln !;M..." ). .*, d- .>* I
    CASH 1......) tntm, mmt o.ft pwwdrad Mmnmmmmt scorebear
    ;; tmtlrnm mrfmtUu."'this mIMWM > t j
    l -"flt 'V jQuantities I 1 1 .. ,
    Spa ls.d-sf jtji .fOot H JUrt i... '11.1.: 1
    'of good 'quality W swmum and m morel k ktaklvl

    wipNtkttol. Rom thop .wr.tlwai *"| t- .. .
    ntm mUmmpmrntm. --..._..W tkt .
    GREENLIMES Mm.. to'brow
    that Ui _'I iron. .*.. |.. 1......,... .
    the luvokr wad ." ...... n4nMr rf Lurater Company:
    this f>mm Who last< it ..U **>*. to T
    XETER VAN ASSOC. GROWERS eight ..11.b A.Is. Ihe..uhh.A.; iN srrt.so :V&li&E .
    6? llOJlESCEAb: 9. FLORIDA
    ..a1' werr far .* _40;, to '
    k ; "Xc"i raope
    Ib. Miami 4t2IOI *bl- CttAKUrg TOBACCO It'IAO"V"mh -

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    Page Eight HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE December 17. 1943,;
    i Ma). and Mrs.. Paul Fox returned -
    on Thursday of last weekto FLORIDA CITY JAMES AKCHKK Khfj jp.
    In aud.A.rouncl Charlottesville,Va,after spending By Wane aeewy HOSrtAL Nt"A'V ':
    a ?! - II and Mrs. Wan F. Fox and Miss Word ha been received Ifeat Archer Smith Hospital are Mrs., ;
    Ruth Fox. Ma). Fox has com- Mrs. Leopole mother of Mr*. O.' O. B. Parker the Rev. Michael fr i
    Homestead. pleted a course in military government -' Bachelor died recently at her, Nixon and Daniel Pine, all of ,
    and la awaiting- assignment home In Troy, N.Y. J'wIerallft'V- Homestead. ?-i.
    overseas. ice were held la Erie, Pa J. R. Wilson of Tavernier I* ...-',
    Mrs. A. 3. Campbell, Mrs. Ray Fred H. Brockett.of North Ha. calving treatment for burnYi; .
    nand Robert and her son Ray ven, Conn. arrived Saturday to Mrs Burt Nixon and her infant,.
    Jack Sullivan was ['returned for the season and are and Mrs. A. E. Campbell and spend the winter at bit home son were returned to their home l'r''
    burned on the chest, NY.rel'l living at the Dixon apartment! In daughter, Donna Ray pent Monday here. I today :$: >,
    neck on Dec. I by the Florida Clt,. la Miami with Mr*. Pat Boat- Bobby Brandenburg of Miami > JU
    of gasoline with which Mrs. Joseph Dickman ot St. wright Mr*. Boatwrlght and children was a week-end guest of Ms I CARD OF THANKS :":;:\
    kindling a brush fire when clearing -' Louis and her children, Peggy, Betty and Dixie Lee, returned grandparents Mr. and Mrs R. E. We wish to express our sincere'*
    crop land on the glade. Hal!Jackie and Betty are visiting Mr*. borne with them for a visit. Scott. appreciation for the kind and loving
    li at the James Archer Smith HoepiUl. -l Dlckman' parents, Mr. and Mr*. Mrs. Anna Backer of Miami and Mrs. Harry Defiler of Key West expressions extended to us in
    0. R. Sullivan Mr Dickman will her granddaughter, Sallie Peters, .visited relative here last week. the recent loss of our loved one.
    Mr*. tWalnwrlght Emit, Mist Join them in January for the trip- were guest Tuesday at the home] Charles Clinton of Key West MR. AND MRS. WM. MYER& .
    Marilyn Ernst and Norman Emit,)home. of Mr. and Mr*. Casper William visited relative here last week. BONNIE MYERS
    left last week for I stay of several
    weeks In Chicago.
    Mr. E. L. Lawrence returned
    last week after visiting relativesin
    Damascus, Arlington Blakeley -
    and Fort Gaines, Oa. r
    J. H. Dodson, who employed
    In West Paint Beach, spent theweekend
    her with his family.
    Mrs. Dodson returned with him to
    spend a week there.
    Mrs. Anna /. Eggert of Trenton, J
    N. J, Is k Millie sued of her son- Three Groves

    A.Jn-law W. and Hutchlnson.daughter, Mr. and. Mrs

    Mrs. Joel J. Robinson received
    painful burns Saturday nigh
    when she dropped kettle of boilIng
    water. She is receiving treatment -
    at the James Archer Smith

    Hospital Miss Anna Mae Russell and Bob For -
    Russell of Lake Worth were guests Sale :
    list week-end at the home of Mr. .
    Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dodson.
    Mrs. Herschel Galyon, the for-
    mer Miss Yvonne Pollard arrived I
    Sunday night ;from Washington, .
    D. C, to visit her parent, Mr. and :
    Mr*. J. A. Pollard. U. Galyon ,.: .. ,V .
    U.SA.A.F., U attending gunnery
    school In New Jersey. '.
    Miss Frances Rutland and Mist
    Mabel Ruth Pope arrived yesterday
    from the Florid State Collegefor
    Women to spend the Christmas ,
    holiday here with their parents .t x .
    Mrs. J. Tom Venn his been ill
    Of flu at her horne this week.A. .
    8. Moye, F.E.C, railway carpenter -
    la, is St.ill Augustine.in the company hospital One at $19,000

    Margaret and Betty SUUman,
    Joy Lea and Patty Robinson, arrived '
    last night from the Mont-
    Verde School to spend the holidays

    with Miss their Dorothy parents.Moon. freshmanat
    the Florida State College for at $11,000 .:
    Women arrived yesterday to
    spend the holidays with her parents
    Mr. and Mrs., Ralph Moon. ,
    Miss Hilda Dodmn. aim a freshman '>1 '
    there stopped off to visit
    friend in Lake Worth and will
    1 reach Homestead early next week One at $15,00Q-ii.
    Mrs. Shirley Jameson of.Dundee -
    Ill, is expected to arrive Dec.
    1C to be a house guest of Mrs. M.
    A. Berger and Miss Margaret Ber- :. 4 C
    + ger.
    Mr. and Mrs Wade Hatcher of \'
    Memphis and their children have "I

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    Joy at Christmas Urn should be .
    tempered by the thought that ;
    Christmas is the very symbol of

    lU'Vlee-eiDe. To I, :.M ly.belp unselfishly In bourse perfanned. : Benjamin Warren .MorrisJtlGISTSItED 1 1"t.
    'need te, nil... others et burden ,
    and doubt -,.. not this Service M : ;
    Be would define the word It bat '. '
    deftaAton we accept now, and RE.VL ESTATE:,MOKERmn' ,
    strive to live to, the whole Tear "

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