Title: The leader-enterprise
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00626
 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 24, 1943
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00626
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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et.e t:.- ; Growers Replanting Crops Hit ./

t.J' 't!.: By 30 Degree Freeze Monday


Homestead Belle Glade LOCAL BEANS. DAMAGED 75,%


Highway Postwar (

f A : Project, TpTOESFROM25T04r'POTATOES ,

.v Of Interest to this area I* the ALMOST UNHURT
post-war plan tot a superhighway Christmas-Teq Years HenceBy

linking the Homestead and Annie Uayhew FUax.trlek "I
Belle Glade farming district Bean seed was at a premiumthis
Oh what a, glorious Christmas we shall have ten years from now
which wa listed in an 18-ptge week a* grower toiled day
When we cash In our bond and stamps. We *1k,i-cffMraber howWe've LONG-AWAITED
report released this week by EarleM. and night to replant their frosen
often bought too ,quickly arid .lived thee4o'regret
Rader consulting engineer of Acids. Conservative farmers estimate
the Miami Chamber of Count Our purchases and said, "Ob what a silly tiling to get," POTATO (CEILING that more than seventy-five

merce' planning and industry That Christmas will be different. Ten ;years-why in that time per cent 'of the area's bean crop

committee.Also listed a* worthy of consideration We shall have planned so wisely on the spending of each dime. IS SET AT $3.95 was lost when the mercury tumbled

was the proposed scenic Not once, but many times well plan and maybe wrangle some M a low'B 0 'degrees at 12:30,

... highway from Biscayne Key to With'those we love and think sometimes the'other ones are dumb. An Irish potato celling' 'of'$3A3 a.m. MondV.a.l'eeorded by the

Key Largo with' a causeway from Remember, too for twenty cents, a quarter then pull spend a hundredweight, approximately Subtropical Experiment Station
A! Homestead to'Elliott' Key, previously $1.SO higher then hit year's .
Upon yourself or on your kin or one well loved friend. Tomatoes fared better With aall-
-:4 suggested as a ",.100,000tJ figure, way announced Wednesdayby
post-war project The ultimate disposal of our bonds and, stamps la nil; Mark Max.OPA field price mated loeee running from 23 to
40 cent and potatoes escaped
Now we are buying Peace with them and showing our good wit} officer for South Florida practically per unscathed with per*

'.CONSTABLE DIES To all the people f>,the earth fed helping txome true: The present'price of potatoes hap a top damage of tell per cent ..:..
shipped Into the state if $163.a ,
Ther the-angels' that Oh do -Pleas station ;
t twtig. sang night your part. do. hundred pound In January Dad Survey conducted by the
: : AFTER ILLNESS/ potato grower will begin to hip reveal potty from damageto
than 800,00(1 bushel of avocado and mango
more -
Legion Provides Gifts
GAS EAR-MARKED practically none to lime The
I to the nation's markets.
OFlWMDflJTESJoseph For Soldier PatientsA older trees were hardly touched,
I I I reports S. J. Lynch and the ab-
Christmas gift for each pa- FOR GROWER USE Brisbin Home. DestroyedBy sence of heavy bloom helped to
Mabry Scarborough, 52 tient In the Homestead Field hospital Fire Early Tuesday keep down losses The principal
local constable for the put 11 If being provided by the sufferer the tender West In-
years, died unexpectedly at his American Legion potts of Dade DESPITE DEARTH Fire, thought to be caused by dim varieties were of avocados: he said.
,home Tuesday evening; of coronary County report Commaner Ceo an overheated stove, early Tuesday
tromboal Mr..Scarborough,.who D. Ruehle of the John O. Salley In spite of the present gas shortage morning destroyed the homeof Local teed stores reported that
C. E. Brlsbln of FlorIda tie heavy run on bean seed has
was stricken while on duty, managed Post "acare", farmer who file southwest -
to reach his home end get in Local Legionnaires trimmed i of their minimum require City Mr. Brl.bln''aman truck.: almost exhausted their stock.
bed but succumbed before a physician Christmas tree for each of the meats with their customary dealers also was lost In the flames. Overall county losses wen estimated .
could reach him. five hospital wards Wednesdaymorning are assured by Luther L. Neighbors found the aged man by County Agent Cbas. HSteffanl .
Funeral services will be con- There was I more than Chandler, county USDA war who lived alone, apparently mentally ) as follows: approximatelysixty
ducted at 3 ptn Sunday in the adequate response to the post's board chairman, of enough gas to deranged by the accident, per cent of the ',OOG-acre
First Baptist Church of Homestead appeal for the use of strands of carry on their farm operation and he was removed temporarilyto bean crop; 13 per cent of the .000
,. L colored light for the Homestead city Jail pending tomato and
by the pastor, the It. decorating "When grower submit these acreage; roughly ten
B, Crantford. aaalsted by the Rev. tree, Dr Ruehle said. I estimates, bearing their name tome.disposition of his case per cent of the 8,00 acres of pota
O. Palmer of the First toes.
Swell \ and U:ilr acreage, adequate ga
Methodist Church of Homestead for their Due to heavy crop tosses through
crop need will be forthcoming -
Burial will take place in Palm THIRD NOMINEEWITHDRAWS'HIS ," Mr. Chandler said. USED CAR BUYERS out the state, Z. W. tins, chair
Cemetery In Naranja under the A check of Homestead gas dealers man of the Florida Vegetable Com.
supervision of the Turner Funeral failed to And any with empty TOLD PROCEDURETO mlttee, early thla week wired the
Home. tank, but due to an approximate Florida congressional: delegation to
Mr Scarborough was bora June aid In staving oft proposed lower
M per cent cut in their December
IT, .1881. in'Marion County, Flaw NAME FROM RACE quota, most of them were conserving OBTAIN TITLEAfter ceilings. which might result In cur
and came to Homestead as a box- their supplies to take. care of pito* plantings.
maker 28 year ago from Ocala regular customers Present ceilings, fixed by OPA
He enlisted la the navy in World W 8. coon, Homestead piano Area distributors Jan. t, the purchaser of a after last winter freeze to "hold
tuner and cabinet maker are expectingan used car will be required to submit *.
War One and served on the transport nominated Increase In January over the the line against skyrocketing
Leviathan. on which he made to the city council at the December quota which a ration board receipt Issued prices provide for 13.29 a lug for
22 trips. caucus Dec. It withdrew from the slashed sharply under the' wa the former owner for his gas r*- tomatoes. The proposed new ceil. ,
After he ww mustered service, Mr. Scarborough tanned to the corned Tuesday night vehicle can be legally transferred, will cut receipt $1,125 on each
for a while, then worked for five The third nominee to withdrawsince It was announced yesterday by 700-lug car, grower point out
years at the local county yard at the caucus, Mr. Koon' action Chairman E. A. Carter of the local A* an argument against the Im- r
which he became assistant road learp only E. B. Blackburn: LABOR War Price and Rationing POSition of ceilings It has been
superintendent He' was transferred among the new candidate namedto Board. pointed out that during thl*. rec- '
t to Perrlne where be served run for office. ARRIVING HERE Prospective buyers are urged by ord season for bean production' 1
Ave yean as roads superintend,' The repent on the caucus by Mr' Carter to secure such receipt prices have been consistently '
eat before? becoming constable Chairman Preston B. Bird! and \II\' purchase of vehicle, lower than the ceilings due to the !
Mr. Scarborough was alice i Secretary Wm. Musselwhlte was FOR REPLANTING wit&uut such receipt no transfer abundance of ihe supply. I
s commander of John O. Saney Postj accepted by the council which [f-title can be made. j Ij
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Grower are being asked 'to cooperate !>
with Count Agent Chas Climbing Tomato Production Cost .
I Florida City Pays Off $30,000: Bonds; H. Steffanl and W. n. Bird super m
visor of emergency farm labor. la in for Hike |
Weapon Fight Ceiling
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Wins> Distinction of Debt-Free TownFlorida utilizing agricultural help, says
Luther L. Chandler, county chair 4
man of the USDA war board rough Increase since last year Chandler, member of the commit
City has. achieved the was largely mad possible by large The freeze and the resultant replanting of tM an acre In tomato cultivation tea, who I* compiling statistic for
distinction of being a town tree bond purchase of James Sottile have placed an added costs phi steadily mounting presentation to the OPA. Labor,
of all ladebtedne _ whicb were applied against the strata oa the labor supply. Mr. labor and packing charges: are expected cost, now ranging from sue teMM
,The last.of the' "0,000 worth taxes on"the South Dade Farm. Chandler says, and for the moat to furnish affective ammunition for a nine-hour day.wftj be
.f bead, issued la 19M for ctnet lop, holding* lying withla the effective .use of manpower farmer for the Florida Vegetable contrasted with those of test year f
',.. pee.* end eJectrictty dMribution, town limits, says Mrs Uyer'TheeorporattoBvof are asked to dear their Idiot Committee la 19 battle for ..blc:1l...*from $1.10 to SUM fora '\

f ID Neesesber. ...*. which M'- sows ftced* v and,,any ,labor ..... sa* higher! ;eeflln/v,when such, data tea-hour, day. The fact.alone...-\. I\
Vv recant of,Ms*..Wen: jlsM+ Ja1MB ioqMr4 the.. theeugtt tar atfidd ... ..... I* sutmMte. at**) official Weknajton ,i that 'the Jaeai'fawni laborer I re :-to
dldr et tbe,0i11, .:M J" I Bearing. 'set tor January.. I ceire fratft oae-third: to ae-K' } ,
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Y ; rr-, 8 Brothers of Redland each session will be awarded kerv- examination, announce .J
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ice training certificate without Edith Tamblj,. pastor .
Woman in Armed Service .. u,

Zi __ Four brother, one half-brother
I ... and three stepbrothers of Mrs. I
i Henry Kufeldt of Redland are
i Family Dinner Honors Chlnnen of Coconut Prove. Early: serving with the armed force
Sgt. and Mrs. Kendrick In January Lt. t11 ZuCallwill go Seven of the boy chose the army ..
to Texas for a month' 'alnlne.1 and the eighth i* la the navy.
Mr. and Mr Stanley Wlttkop during which time his wife will: Five of them are already on over e
'Were boats Sunday, Dec. 13, at a remain here. sea duty.
family dinner In honor of Mr*. . ; d r I Picture of the eight and '. story ( ristmas (sheer : -
Whittkop'i brother-in-law and CpL John M. lton, son of I about them appeared recently In r\
sister. Sgt. and Mrs. Sidney U Mr*. W. K. Walton.* has ben the Sheboygan (Wis.) Press
1 Kendrick, Jr, who war spending transferred from Cnn*_,rl'Id. home-town newspaper of Mr. and a or: ..'
a I.enurlou&h her*. Utah, to Sioux City, I4J- Mr*. Gottfried The Mrs. Kufeldfs
Fourteen member of the family e a U.j I stepfather and mother. The story : ;
were present u well M Judge Pvt. Geo. V. Kosel. j .3ierfaj said In part: "Eight boys of one
and Mr*. Sid L Kendrick MdMr Inducted into the vmy,& b en family now serving In the armed 943
*. Louis Jones. aaslgnad to pHp* Fannd, T x, forct,of the United States . + a
Friday night the family group for basic Uamtofcjf. i'A' \ I* Cy record of Mr. '.and Mn.
met and exchanged Christmas Gottfried The of this city. Five of ,
gift tt the home of Mn. Florence CpL Har d ; pbell the boy now serving are the met -
Pacetti, mother of Mn. Wlttkopand who...arrive* Eu >ay on his first Mrs. Ibe by previous marriagesand .
1 Mr*. Kendrick. Other present furlough sluiyjSltertnj the army three are sons of Mr. Ibe :: :
were Mr. and Mrs. J. T Martin air force irmonth ago U apead- However. Mr*. The practically .
and Mn. Nell Ntekhason of Perlint. Ins his leave In bed with the /III.If reared the entire'family alDC .'the1 '. 1; -'1IT11A T matte1'iff
able, he expect U leave Stn- ,were small children, and It la the '1oI:; f :
Sgt Kendrick, who has been day for his station at San MarU, same a* eight -sons In service a* Santa comes in a .
t warded a good conduct pin and Tex. He 1s a son of Mr. and Nn. far a* sh* and her, 'huibend, ,. are. ""icc'p, just so It's ." 3
Mr*. Kendrick left Saturday to return A. J. Campbell. i it concerned . ." .- : :Santa Claus? And if .
tohif, station Jn Tullahoma, .. I '
Tens John B. Graham, .third class Lectures Set, .. IS Santa Claus I And : :
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petty officer I* nt oversea duty z. thisIS Christmas. 'I
f Richard Fucht, U.S.N.R. I* with the Seabees. HIS wife and For Free MethodwU ... season. ..
.1 -.May the 1943 :
W' pending the holiday with relatives hl( dx-month-old baby daughter,
I here and 'In South MlamL Dona Jean, whom bo ha Dally lecture will be given!I' < < be an exceptionally
1 Lt Fuch will return to active teen, make.&heir born In never Dec. S7-S1 inclusive at the Florida happy one for '
I duty Dec. 26.Mn. a* doe his mother, Mrs. ( City Free Methodist Church ;J you
Moody. I the Rev. Gladys E.!: Carter btl{ ." and your family. ,
J. V. Free ha received ence Sunday school secretary, '
word that her aon. Capt. Wilbur Irving Loaner tailor medical rector of service training and superintendent }
Free who has been engaged In air student at Louisiana State University of Junior work. ,
I combat ov_... U flying to a mt 1* spending .th* holidays Service for children of all age e
camp In Aurtralla. here with his parents, Mr. and will be held at 2 o'clock each day '
tor.... Max Losner. He will return when feltogram talks, stories and '
Orin Smith, who hat received a to school Jan. 2. longs will be special features. SID. L. KENDRICK
medical discharge from the army, Evening lectures on service
arrived Tuesday from Sheppard John Kuhn S 2-C. Is expectedto training will be illustrated by four
Field Tex. Mr. and Mn. Smith, spend the holidays with his sets of slides. Persons attending Justice of the Peace I
who are staying temporarily In stepfather and mother )It. and I
Coconut Grove with Mn. Smith' "' .... Lamar Kendrick. His bride Day In South Miami with her!
brother-in-law and lister, Mr. and will not accompany him a* her parents, Mr. and M.... W. W.
) Mn. John Iteuer, visited relative cousin 1* expected horn from Avery.
I here this week. active duty In Egypt. '\
Word has been received that !
\ Lt and Mrs. Canon Malcolm Pvt. Cha*. W. TJttle,Jr.Js serv- Pfc. George Stanley stationed ,
arrived Monday from Camp Mae- il'lIL" .,with the Marine I n Farris ,New Guinea.. InI I
kail N. C., to spend the holidays Island S. C. Mrs. Little, who U - ---
with Mn. Malcolm parents Mr making her home here with her, I
and Mn. Geo. M. Frick. and with parents-in-law Mr. and Mrs.. C., ,
Lt Malcolm' mother, Mr*. Tracy ,.,. Little, will spend ,ChristmasI .
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friendly Invasion Jut Watt to say we I I ,.." the past 'I art mindful of our ,
bops a* make a happy landing, right hi l'l: indebtedness to you for your

your n.as., brisiglBf yoe mar CbrUUsas " v ill.. generous patronage,and pledge ." '. '
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Redland District Churches-1d HoldAppr'opriat'e 1 JIaxine Cash Composes Overseas Elks: Lodge No. lOTs local Give kass aerO. 'WAKxwo '- '
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NT a CBuraaapreaeal
I negro organisation which expressed -
w Redland School Sony its appreciation Mr U be >e.esieaTs4.EMM .
ChrIstmas' Observances 'I
t Maxine Scarborough's service to the setored' BACKINOTBBATTACK. .I.
Cash, eighth grade Red- .
race officer,
as a peace
A Christmas p'Ofranand tree I gram of. the First Baptist Churchof tend; student hu been adjudged
and a visit from.SeatatCUut4 wejrteadwtuch.wHi.will beheld 1 winner el the !"alma mater conItestt I

scheduled for-tonlgW A Ihe West 1 alT:& pjn.:Sunday. / sponsored by the school band .. '
Methodist Church of Homestead. Special music will be,providedby 1(for a school ,.oaf and was prtsmted -
At' 10:55: a. m. Sunday there the choir, and the Scripture a ,__'"- pan to basketball -
Will be a "whltt tairistmas" program . reading will be gives by the primary games as ,prise. "aJ lle" '
what whttt-wrapped children words will beset to music already 1ltulI always Lt, ,

J ..\, tChristmas. gifts will be broughtto -White Christmas" was observed choun.1 by.Q* band. '
the altar to be sent to' the by the church last Sunday when ,Judges, of,the coatest were Mrs a Christmas
i-sboys.and-ftris.01'thei.Methodist cash donations la whit envelopes Mary 1) Nettles, school.librarian, \ ,
t !bJ1c1rt"', Horns in Enterprise. .i were collected for the benefit of ads. pUrenc Cray music Intruc-
: The ervi twill commence the Baptist children's 'horn* toArcadta tor, and Miss Margaret Berger, .
wUj'anttphoiWKstMtag. A ChrutJnas -' , girt':physical Question' Instructor -
," .rwnsatMiiJu; W brought by be.heU the.SatPWCTOEFt I *
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P.ttotit. t-, Steel .Church-attnldtilthtCBriltmaiTEver'and .Barpacups, .oasea : {
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-PalmerST.. y ,tt: T-JO anCsncHAaviniontChiiitmai t the seas> would, W tiler
., Sunday ; ,Uie. ,
j typing .Young Dt,. a.Afhri.st cauk ;: banish CbntMsas r'
.." <&' ,:Adult reUoMfelB out bft tat charge vm.party children ot(, .( From Page One) /orevtffrom 'tajt'' earth '
of a' candteUibfaervict; :atwhich iotih.:'wm be.Held Sunday the, America .Legioa, and a
.":. rwPspedal pq tf:wtlU presented.'rho 4 I after Tthe usual BUS*.: ,', member' -( Royal palm Masonic .&A)hereil alwars! :be;t
quarterly fellowship supper That annual.Christmas program Lodge. He recently ,received, his ., 'Clui.tlDul'! M.y die .
...: for tht-enttrt church:and its of'1hv'Homestead Curch .ot GodWIN 2S-,. r membership pin Iron the ..11'" Christmas season of 194)
',frlendr wiU-he hehr Jan.-lt-4044, JJXOJ.,lodgvof which "
Ms ai4A-Sunday evening Homestead 46' Ind you III eM aid* .l aA.
I announces tork, ,the Rev Ahlaylet"Ne. Room for Kim". bt was s. pest grand ?,.. old.fsahioiked Yale '
1i O. Sewell Palmer." wHl be presented by the.young He was chairman of,the community food
A hymn "Shepherds Watching people,' and each department committee ....kln' plans ce1(lmt >n.
O'er Your Flocks," which was &0. erect-a memorial honor of Chr kwog front
:composed by Dr. A. L. fiurgreen Pap-Redland District service men. and Merry
and set to music by Mrsf'R.' It 'DrrATM. Vivian will be guest[women. 'J"IJ eIofusto.lofyet,
Fitzpatrick will be used In the II preacher at the Silver Palm Methodist -.I t He leaves lilt wife. Mae Des ,tiN at'
S o'clock service Sunday morning Church for the 11 o'clock I Scarborough, and, two children, ",
at St. John's Episcopal Church, service Sunday. Lt. D. L. James I Joseph Mabry and Jeanette Mayo, Redd Dry Cleaners
announces the rector, Dr. Bur- will be soloist of Homestead: a litter Mrs. Robert I. '

green.A The Rev'M. E. Myer win preach I Mills of Ocala, and a brother, ; W. .W. Severy l\lrr.
special Christmas Eve service at 11 ..m. and 7:SO p.m. SundayIn I j Eddie P. Scarborough of Fort ,
will be held at 1130: tonight the Perrlnt-Peters Methodist Pierce. Mrs. Mills and Mr. Scar'i
Holy Communion will be observed Church. I borough arrived here Thursday ,j
and a.Christmas message A resolution of condolence wssj.
will be brought by the rector. The Death Comes to Mother I extended to Mrs Scarborough by I'' '' '
program will Include: organ prel- ,
i ude, "Jem Bambino" (Yon), processional Of Hiss Griffie.Blair
"Adestt Fldeles", (ReadIng .
); Introit, "Sing, 0 Sing this Mrs. Gertrude Blair, wife of
Blessed Morn", (Roper); anthem, Joseph Blair of Calera Ala.. and,
"Silent Night", (Parks); sermon mother of Miss Grlffit Blair of
hymn, "0 Little Town of Bethle- : Homestead, died Dec 9 at her:
hem". (Redner); meditation, "In home after an extended Hlnets
the Inn', Dr. Burgreen; offertory, Miss Blair was called -to her bedside -'

Angels of Glory" (words by Dr several months ago. : \ '.' ',I ,
Burgreen, music by Sgt Wm The other survivers are: six \ "
Tanner), recessional "Hark the children, Miles and Mitchell, both: ...
Jeral4.onle ,Sing" (Mendels- of the US Navy, James Paul,' -
I r 'sohn), organ prelude, "A Shep Clara Jean, and Ken her father: r .
!ti herd's Tale', (Nevin). J. P. Smith: a sister Mrs. R. H.'i " ,
Mrs Julian H. Webster will, be Walker, of Gflmer, Tex; and two ( ',..
organist and director of the pro brothers, Pvt. Corbet Smith of I :
gram. Homestead who Is now In Ft; "
A play. The Spirit of Christmas Leonard Wood, MO, and Copel l
*. will be presented by the Intermediate Smith also of the army 'i'
'department of the'Sunday Mrs. Blair spent several weeks .

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Yuletide draws people closertogether > service of Undo Sqnu To you, .i j

I helps us all towardsquiet .. and" to all these! go our thanks : I

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I group for your patronage In 1943! awl "
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they; em happy "
Novelist Introduces
LEADERAND THE MAIL BOX I We'll let no tyrant rise again Salvage Slogani

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,..w III urrs CAtir ON Wake up America; let s"see '

F.a11.4l P./a.f" us na..t..l T1. VICTORY You give to the world liberty I Atlanta, 'Dec. t3 (FNS)-Mar- drugs,,M well at glycerin tot high .'W

ar she boll DMo r-w....... .,....-.. Let'* carry oa for victoryTo FBAJCTS 1. BRADY (aret Mitchell, who w wed. tbej explosives."If:!, R'/i.(4.

the boy fighting ov......., Princeton, Fla" '- nation'not. long, ago.with a boot .American women, could go ,: V: ..
In .ac lit They're fighting there for you and about a gal;named Scarly and;a r onto the'.battlefield with a,mafia :':,.
Fromm' and IWtW me I TOiiATO'COST [fellow namadRhett'camethroughtn .: powder! .that brought dying men t'

kUUtaiC LtAOH AtCHIl And cur blessed land of the free ''aupport'of tlM. war .programthuf tick to life, nothing .could, bold 'II';

>MMh,. MltarAT What would It moan to. ,4" (ContinuedFroPeg.One) '. Wet k ; with a spanning new, i them b'!:.k. They taft't.lo' thaI,p# ;: x'coprsebut
Fltttlll fttCKMaoMkATCt me slogan, for the najions! salvageprogram. ; they east http irovidi.
Itnw ... ..._. If lost aU ? again as snuck as ;the average' tIna that\ .'
we our (Jibed domettleohl4'.IIIqd. thelucengrulty . magfc powder pimply by saving ,
f Wake up_\m.rics. Left : ofappljrlng Jo.thi* area( message adtl&* e4.eipeclaily'to their; used_ kitchen1 .' fat* and, 4''
-.OllllCaJrnoH : You carryon to Victory :; : the, ceiUne. prices .!aced on .U>e heueswlve*., Mini .Mitchell, grease By,turning at in Instead .rI
I. e.Cwwr I' Seat <.M*. th; \I' national Mr. who Trlwte Ue as Mrs:John I pf pouring( it out ot the .lidJIlIt .
,0t0t0I4r d oJ. r*....n i"i WAS, II.MI Let's carry on for victory, I. Chandler pointed simple out average' Marsh, /tlMiU, . urged: Ute I the garbage.tan, they ire provld11n.I1OII'I' ..../"
a Islet I ,,. It..*, Let carry en Jo liberty your shortening' to help ahoften ; ot the important bigredl- >, .-
Let's carry on and never"pause.'Victory : In\ 1In'ltJi the. $3.1O ceiling ) . "
tlwsrln life-caving sulk l drugs..They .
'* the goal of 'our tells' for bean*,.which cost leas to bringto ..
K tM4 W *Mesa. tlMS own MM I IIJturnil. to handle then Here 1* the.message the authorof are helping to make the ,
..rrk II Ifl*. *t MM seat "rtta. M Let not rumor and /false pride, ; :
Miniitiaj. FtarWa, sale .... Mlsun so Stay hand'or turn the tide tomatoes, local grower*' feel that "Gone,With the1 ,WIn I herself magic powder"Let's .
a, lit*. :your :; housewife sends to other housewives ,. hi and
Wake up'AIm Ic..Iet.* see V, a; proportionate selling! for tomatoes really pitch save
You carry on to victory, should be from M.29: to*<.> : our grease, turn it in at the neighborhood
happy Christmas 7 The vegetable committee' being I "Turning, in our 'used fat*,and I store and start It on Its g w
Lets tarry on to'Victory. supported In Its fight by Senator grease begin to seem really im r way to the battlefront. Use your1 '
By Annie Mar.... J11..ws..k Let i carry on jMe liberty Claud Pepper and Representative portant to me when I'first heard I shortening to help shorten the I.
For other land ever the sea Pat Cannon. it was being used! .In making sulfa I warP!
Happy Christmas? Maybe not 1

But happier for some one I I

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Pledge of the American J ': j

Homemaker I .

I pledge the nation that. my mission . . ..
Will be to practice good nutrition ..
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To plan those thesis which '" -
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Meal which supply the strength

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With protein-mineral*-vitamin*. Morons

I pledge my service to the nation!
To do my part In conservation

The rules of cooking 111 observe,
Kack bit of food I will conserve
\ With all the problem to be faced, 1943 f
)'11 do my best to outlaw waste

I want to do my bit and "more

To help America win the war .
-H. Howard Blggar '. ,

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Christmas Day -.
Throughout the Christian world I! ... ,' : ., .
Christmas i* celebrated In ) .
commemoration ' '. .
of the birth of Christ,! ,
although the exact date of that, tree Is up, garlanded In .wreaths of ,
event Is not known. Observance .
I I of Christmas was first officially, tinsel, aflarc with lights that glow

act fur December 23: by Pope Julius -: .

In the fourth century and like fireflies. There it stands
coincided with certain pagan fea-j '..
tlvals which were held about the ,
time of the winter solstice I the window, sparkling with all
Even: to this day many of the r ,
customs which surround the the borrowed glamour of elfland.
Christmas season may be traced'

\ to pagan sources. This may. be ;
accounted for by the fact that
early missionaries did not disturbVie '

V harmless native custom of
f their convert, but gradually, j t{ With this glowing background to remind j
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merged them with Christian I ob

, servances. The giving. ot Christ us, we ere reedy to speak our piece It
man gifts, the decoration of holly:
and mistletoe, the feasting another d is n very simple one . the same as last ':
feature of the Christmas: .
sr observance are of very ancient' year end the year before: Thank you :

origin The Christmas tree if believedto ,, Aft" fcne and all for your kindness to us; and ,j

have been derived from the
': I Egyptian use of a palm branch of;
IS shoots to signify the complete
year but its present significance

Is thought to have originated In:r -
Germany The use of evergreen "
decorations particularly misMe-..
toe has been observed since the: . :J" ..
t time of the pagan Druid in Britain. -'

The. sending of Christmas gift| : LLAM ANDKENDRICK :

I may be traced back to ancient, t r : : .if
Rome This custom I* by no mean : .
, I universal, however, and 1* unknown '
In the Holy Land and
among Asiatic Christian generally :

Children of the Orient have ; :
. j t no Santa Claus "

i Christmas, therefore has a double I

: significance- *he religious and j
the aoclal-the latter perpetuatingthe ',
I custom of many people. It I*' '

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f Its !social observance I* not entirely -, "' 1
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Solomons. you spend your ChristmaS at home. ..*;;
They held them as far from the enemy. possible. Chriltm'a
It's something to remember when buy
Ordinarily, you'd say behind the lines:-but on those Jap.cifts this .- you ,
infested islands, there are often no lines . the enemy :

is always around'you. waiting . waiting. . waiting' Think of it when you plan to buy something you can "
for a sound that tells him where you are. do without. . and then buy a War Bond instead. ,

So the Chaplain whispered . "
Yes, buy War Bonds for gifts this Christmas. Buy
x And our boys knelt in the soggy mud their bare them for your men in the service . for your family . J Si .
heads bowed, while the Chaplain whispered. And when for your friends. ; r
it was over, they stood up, put their helmets on, snatched I 1
k up their rifles . and started the man hunt that is their Buy Bonds . Bonds Bonds and perhaps, d
daily diet. next lear . the Chaplain will be able to lift his voice. '



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Christmas party: for patient .
A turkey nipper with all the L. Bowen, Mr*. Racer Bnndl. of the array air bate hospital wa Homestead Rotarians gave served a* hasten, and Mrs. Adrian
trimmings was livee Tuesd.rev.- burg Mr*. Dan WlUUrafl "Mrs.Catper .: held at the hospital yesterday their annual Chriitma' dinner Jacob, club pianist:
Jtt* by'the W'.sC.s: ef the lint William, Mr*. B M| Hind- afternoon by member of the University -. party for the.Rot 'y.-Anii* Wednesday Much enjoyed we*,a light comedy . .
MetUadM man, Mn. A. M. ifmm. Mr* John Cluk, Homemade and, evening In Lechm HaU. presented" by the dramatic '"1
Church .1 Homealead 'Ocnundaon, Mr. Alma Carter) and were-pretcnted to each Ernest: E: Robert of Miami, char- claaTof Hdrnestnd High School.
to IMMT' of, Circle 7hr**| which Mr*. O. L. Shos eRer, .MnJ patientTakhttpart' mW of the club was '. Several selection 'web' sung ,bygt ,
eras Judged ?he.-best "all Teunr ter Smith 101....JI: 0. Jhurwan_ on the program wa spec Vast $ ,and'. Mr*. Win. T. Tanner>'"
group ..1Irnah' part 'wear. Mr* J. U j tee. Ceo.. Ramon.Mrs. the"choral tOO.Jj of the Monday, belt! Rotary Ann' teeelw' accompaniment played :by. r1rJnr'!l. ..
The table :M. M. Ave "'.Mrs.J. A. MeNeinr Music' Club'which 'lang aertra compact ,from the club, and Juliln'R:'bluster, and hfse'grbpp ; if
WM with polnaettlai -
gay. Mr* '3.4ot&M>Mwi.tVlvan ,.. selections \ dance was presented here were pecfal preeat for was hit .111", Sgt''Panner-is\the ..lif;
end fern which was; -alto Booth MnTlT: L, Brown, by Ml** Patty Brown,'and Taper Mn. Wm. J. 'Ceronlmov who has singing of Christma\ .carol*. :;,44
used effectively with Uttlt feasted Mn. X. J, Clot. Mn. Lloyd Field, DolT was sung by small Janice, I. . .
Christmas free'(or deeoratloa'oft Mn, Ceo. Retell, Mlu Jennie Howard.Jofemon, Bell lyre music MRS A. PAYNE HONOR"Ofet&T 1 ; BRIDGE(! klL'
banfluet bait! .. dell Mlse. ,Antoinette Helen wai preeented by Marion Ander-
.Vocal solos were given by Mr*. Sue 'No,. and.*. MU Helen"'LDb-j'! an, Van Rheney and Margaret PARTY GIVEN BY MR- AND:
Ingtton. /Barae .
A L. Brandenburg and MM. C tCUpley Mr.'and Mr*. J. H .Brook* were chicken sad,snorted .jandwtch/ .
and Christmas gifts were MRS INSTALLED boat to four table itf bridge **, nuts coffee and egg nog were
exchanged by the group :I I players it their home In Pouvenir served buffet style in the dining
Namevwerr drawn for the for.' MATRON OF'AirXSTRA: CHAPTER O-E-S- Friday evening In honor-of.Mr*. room.
nation of new circle toe the com. ; .. ,e .1. .. M.eIMrs. Alvin A. Payne of Miami, -
Ing year A lift ot table linen Sam J..Davis svas wt.lIcctII On behalf of the chapter, Mn. M.... Payne wa presented with CLUB"OBSERVES: : TVLETIOCi: .
from the group was pretented to worthy matron of Ad AChapter Davis wa presented by Mrs. Chat a gift prize and all the guests were WITH CUSTOMARY PARTY
the Rev and Mr* a SeweU of the O.E.S. at Imph' L. Ooley with an arm bouquet of given amusing prent-'from the The annual Christmas party ;of
Palmer. live service Saturday eveningThe whit gladioli and red carnation Christmas tree. the Women Club Of Homestead
Other at the dinner were: Mn Installing officers were: Nancy tied with a red bow. A* worthy Tall red candle and Florida was held Monday evening in the
J. D. Redd, Mr* Mlttle Massey Xlckard, past grand matron oY] patron Mr. Davis presented M,.. holly were used to carry out the club house with Mn. E. A Buchanan -
Mrs 3. W. Engltah Mn. J. A. the: grand chapter of Florida; Loll Davis| with I pearl brooch and holiday atmosphere. ,Fruitcake, and Mn. Burdey Dandy a*
as Daugherty, Mn. Selma Reltx, Mn.A. Watson, past grand marshal; Marjorie -' with a gavel Inlaid with a gold hostesses.
: S. Moye, M.... Clan. Steed Mn. Haynes, grand or.nl.ane! star let with'a ruby The gavel, CLUB MEETS Highlight of the evening was
J. L. Ballard, M... H. M. Olbbs.Mr Esther: Livingston, past grind his own handiwork: was made of WITH MRS. DANE the exchange of gift around a ?'
*. E S. Caplinger, 101.... J. L. chaplain. spruce, maple and mahogany. The Woman' Club of Redlandsmet spangled Christmas tret. No special -
Burton. Mn. Viral Lyon 101.... D Installed to serve with Mn. Davis Mn. A, L. Meybem, retiring Tuesday afternoon with the program was planned but the
'I were: Mr. Davis, worthy patron worthy matron gave the matron'i president, Mnt Seymour Dane, In group tat around the fire and enjoyed -
,j KXDLAND ENTER MARKS ; Mn. Lloyd Delta; associate pin to Mrs. Davis who in turn presented the chair Others present were: coffee. assorted sandwiches,'
CHRISTMAS WITH PROGRAM\ matron; Ralph Moon, associate the past matron'i pin to Mn. Frank Stlllrnan, Mn. E. 'A. candles and nut*. Red candle and
A Christmas program was held patron; Mn. Fred Suber conductress Mn. Mayhem. All officer and Carter Mn. H. H. Burbank, Mri. tchinu berries were used In the
1 [Wednesday evening in the ; Mn. Ernest Francis. associate Installing officers wore corsage W. D. Mahan, Mn. J. H. Brannan decorative scheme
!; bly haU of the Redland Farm m-I conductress; M... Henry which were gift from Mrs. Davit.I and M.... B. A. Waldln, -
bor Supply Center under the Carter, secretary; Mrs. E. J. Dyal, I The grand officer and the accompanist - VSO PARTY TO BE GIVEN
tectlon ot Helen Whiting treasurer; Mrs. Gutsl Joiner Mrs. Elton were presentedwith FOR NATIONAL EXECUTIVE
ot the center and France Mo- chaplain; Mn. Ceo. W. Turner, handpalnted picture by Mrs. SUNDAY SCHOOL GROUPS Invitation are being extendedto
II Knight of the home minion eounrn. marshal; Miss Helen Livingston, Davis. HAVI CHRISTMAS PARTY Junior and senior hostesses of
Ada; Miss Estell Turner Ruth; Both assembly and banquet hall A Christmas party for the pri.mary the Homestead USO to attend a
Community singing of "SilentMUM" Mill Esther: Livingston, Esther; were lovely with red and white beginner and cradle roll p.rt0 be given in the clubhouse ".
WM led by S/Sgt. A. Rud, Mill Alice Macomber, Martha; poiniettlai and gladioli, and the department ot the rim Baptist at Span. Monday, Dec.27, for Ml**'
fend a varied program of reading Mr*. Ralph Moon, Elects and Mn. table was decorated with Chriit- Church of Homestead was held Eleanor Wilson, national'headof ".">
i bones and dance was presented 0. R. Oldendorf, warder. Mal rose and fern. Mrs. Meybemhad Monday afternoon at the Sunday women'. activities of the uso-
t>T lilt children of army and agribultural Before the Installation a pro- charge of arrangements. school rooms. j YMCA: ,',
famlUi living In the test< gram of violin music was presented Outdoor game were enjoyed At thla time Mia Wilson, wilt
1 ter. The climax was the appearance by Walter Wltko of Miami, who Sgt and M... Sam Shepherd of and carol were sung about the .explain thi purpose and the need .l- '
of Santa Claus who was InVlUd was accompanied on the piano by Homestead Field were dinner piano Hot chocolate, applet, candles pf the USO program for men and
i to enter by Sgt. Bob Taplin. M.... W. H. Eason guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. and cookie were served at women of the armed service, says

Hostesses were Jerry Kldd, Al- The Rev. O. Sewell Palmer pastor I. R. Byrum. a gaily decorated outdoor table. Director. W: E.: D. Ward. ... *.
taooa Roper and Kathryn Warner of the First Methodist Churchof . - --
I Mad ushers Billie! 0" AlVtn Homestead-made a brief talk : '
were U1 Ili "' "[111,11 it y-.
Andrew, Anthony Wyanckle-I,on the worth of Eastern Star work ' ;
Mickey and Douglas Pease and pronounced the benediction tt J. ,
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Harold 0" the close of the meeting. ."

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ia the. heart That the Christ .
ma season of 1943 may be truly .
4i' Glory to God In the highs, and on earth ; ,. i
'I i memorable for yon and your Ie
peace, good will toward men ,J
the earnest wish of '
.' Who can estimate the valve of good will '1

rO.1e . . : '. that"priceless Ingredient" so conspicuously "
,( ," mentioned In that first glorious Christmas: .

e .M .',' : t ".' message? Be assured that we highly op- k,. ,

f II Western Auto Associate Store .. predate your good wIlL.It has been and
will continue to be our most treasured asset. i
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., .,n. .."u.u'wnunucuuv.urm' ,;rsnru ored with a surprise birthday party J ,
glveit' Uondsy night by MrtLumpkln . .. ) I ":
MODERN SANTA IN JEEP I at their horn at 11'1'M. ... .. .". .". .,. , \ f" .. ., ..
APPEARS AT YULE rAin W. Fifth b.. Bridge and oth*j : .... .. .. ,
An up-to-date Santa Claus in : card games were played, and fruitcake !
. a Jeep dl.trlbuted.cand to Red-' and coffee were served by the I
land School pupilset the Christmas . hostess.
program held after the regular Guests were: Sgt and Mr., ... t 8HTwas
'\. P.TA meeting Friday after Wayne XInnlson, Pvt and Mrs,:
r. noon. D. S. Martin, Mr. and Mr*. Ray
Carols were sung, and a short Downs, Mr and Mrs. Charles Rob
! ,. musical program was provided by ertson and Pvt and Mrt, ,Bauch.
the high school band. Ai aji Innovation i the .J
the elementary. rhythm: Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Kendrick MO. '
band joined the echool group In will be hosts on Christmas Dayat
f' playing two selection; a t.mtl7dInner at their homeon I
The next meeting of the P.T.A. E. Campbell dr Those present b of Qrt Christmast
J will be held reb. t, and Mrt W. will be: Mr and Mrs. James,
'. H. Beckham,president of the Flor. Wollam Mr and Mrs. Orlando
'" !:to Ida Congress of Parenta and Wollam. Mr*. M. P. Wollam Dorothy

,.r + '1'eacheram b4 guest ipeaker Kuhn, Louise and Joyce . .... .. '
/ .. The January meeting"..as cancelld Wollam John Kuhn, S 2-C, US.N. llth .'

!. l' because the' December meeting and Robert: Kuhn. ,,,, ,tlIot"- .
I' had be n' postponed. until late In l
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'th. Month.NARANJA. ;
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JANNCALYULBMRTV: Dee. 24 Singing of Christmas '
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7C The annual Chrl.tm.a-Part.t'' carol at USO. ., "o 6 ...., '"" ,.,. !:;, .

the Karanja Chapter-of the O.KS'i; ': Dee. S4-Christina* program at .. .' ; P Chen(f CtatU.Meote's |jolly peem, 4. I '
and the Palma Vista Masonictodge First Methodist Church. of. Home- .. "
: VMf fern MkUas, (Ii rat appeareel* ,I -01 .., ,
No. 205 was field Thursday Head. .' '. '
.' evening the Masonic Hill In Dec. 23-ChrUtmas tree party Eadi M. U* It U conlriiMiM4e ; '
Naranja .under the direction of and dance at USO, ." he.1ir fey"! "W CWWfm.t. We wWHtey ,fYr .E !
". Mr*. J. M. Brown. Dec. 2ft--USO open house sponsored '; '
Gifts from a gaily decorated tree by First Baptist Church of ttttt If *e were able to gather u, .

"w were' distributed by Santa Clausto iomestead. .0 *Jt '|joy end wrap It up In one big ',"
almost one hundred guests Dec. 29-"White Christmas"program It weep hardly 14 .apads"
represses ear
Carols and brief at First Methodist
were sung a .
t Christmas program was presentedby 'Church of Homestead wishes fat yew Christmas kappmeat>!a ,. ., 3 M

Caroline Gaffney, Algene and Dec. 28-Chrl.tm.. party for . aeason .f 1943.FRANKLIN :
James Perry Harper and Tommy children of Sacred Heart Church. .
Royal Dec. 28- Squadron. dance at
USO. '
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MRS. DAVIS ENTERTAINSAT Dec. 27-Meeting of USO Junior ,r .
ANNIVERSARY/ DINNER hostesses with Miss Eleanor Wilson ', ''; '

Mrt Sam J Davis entertained representative of USO-YMCA ., \
at dinner Sunday In honor of the headquarters "
birthday anniversaries of Mr. Davis Dec. 28- New Year's party of GROCERY COMPANY. ;:.
,' and Dr. R. J. Elliott, their Redland District Lions' Club. I
grove superintendent Dec 30-New Year' dance at ,,0 P. J. FRANKLIN ,: i
The others present were Mr. USO sponsored by Homestead : \ ., ,
and Mr, L. A Grace and Mrs Presbyterian Church. .. I 0'I
John P Hurst of Miami Mrs Dec JO-Meeting of Redland
4 Maud E Chandler of Goulds and home gardening class.
} MIM Katharine Grace, Walter Jan. l-USO dance.
, Wltko end Russell J. Hurst of Jan. 3-Meeting of BPWC. ,I " ..
I .. Miami. with Mrs. W. K*.Walton. ( 0': : ' ::
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The honored ones were presented J.n.Qu.rterly < w hl0 ,
with birthday gifts, and Christmas supper of First Methodist Churchof ;
presents were exchanged by the Homestead.
group. Jan Meeting of South Dade
Garden club at, home of Mrs ;
r I A turkey dinner In honor of the '
;' seventeenth anniversary of Webster .
';; Williams wa* given Wednesday -
evening by Ma parents, Mr. f
and M.... Dan Williams, at hair \
home In Modello.
The others present were Mr.
and Mrs Charles Otis, Miss tnor -
*, 'Williams and .Charles Will-
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Voted to have the necessary ballots -
printed for the election on '
Jan 11.The :
use of a site at the municipal l-
light plant or any other city-
owned property)' for the erection
of the proposed marker for Red-
land District service men and .It I \i ,.
women, was offered by the council -
to the memorial committee. one Hand down i gooJ rune Chrik'ln each

A year hands down its traditions; and: all are '.

BAHAMA LABOR good. It Las been tradition here to regard the .. ',I

(Continued From Page One) I good will of our customers M our most precious ti

,employed, report Mr. Bird and j asset In this holiday season 1943 we extend
more are needed to handle cropreplantings.
I I t to you, not ai a customer .I Ione, but al a friend, .

A contingent of from 75 to_100 I t .. our very best wishes for a . Mrrrjr.CJirisinuu.II .
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hands are expected arrive this .

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Gifts to the crippled children''s and botdogs hot chocolate: and An Informal New Years party '

i ., ..,,,,.. ,I cold drink were served. will be held Tuesday
evening by
uurriiwirii" ' '11111I'1' I"""'" I'"'MI'''"""'"III" "''' un.nrrnrrnnnnvmutnnnnm nr.n. hospital at UmatlUa were collectedat
\ I Present were: Betty Irene Simmons the Redland District Lion la their
the annual Christmas of
I > USO CHRISTMAS DANCE WILL FEATURE the American Legion and party the Barbara Jean Smith, Catherine den.

'. TREE BEARING SMALL HOLIDAY GIFTS I Legion Auxiliary Sunday eveningin Shackleford, Ruth ItoUkigs- Jn a tun session, member will,
Legion ML worth Ruth Byrum Peggy: Byrd, be asked to state their New Year ,
:; Dorothy Kahn, and the teacher, resolution A covered supper -
A tally lighted wee laden with Pope, chalrmaa. Hostesses were: More than fifty member and dish,
Mrs. Sam Shepherd. will be served.
gifts for all tieee present will be Mr*. Julian Angelinl, Mr. Farnk their children exchanged gift

a special feature of the gal USO Shepherd, Mr*. E Daigla, Mrs. It. around the Christmas tree.
dance Christmas evening. Special N. Chafer, Mrs. Selma Rafts N... '
Mrs. Win. J. Geronlmo, presidentof FRENCH MIRROR PLATE GLASS
refreshment Will be served, and Nettle Alsobrook Mrs Preston B. the auxiliary, presided. Mrs.'I co..1
dancing will continue untU 11:30.. Bird, Mr*. E. II:. Vlhlen and Mrs.
A. W. Hutchinson directed the Features ClM tmt A* Peeps
Junior hostesses extended M. R. Sxkes. Other
f arc a present were: i
I tpclal Invitation to attend this Mra. Ceo. H. Fitzpatrick, Mr*. L. I poinsettias decoration committee and which used and' Tkb .... .... tW eUmt .trtoU. IMtaMUM Tdar ere II ballso M4 saws IIIae .

A dance to help bring Christmas C. M. Power, Mrs. Fred Suber, greenery .pad to as sew at -Woo, Was sear ---Ia 1M tI.... sad

Ii cheer to service men away from Iced cakes, pretzel, coffee, orange streamer greenery and to carry green out and the crimson holiday I ta ,tot sad slur tfttl Mrs kwMm4 spur .........sd earthen imam as W4An ,
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home. Juice and limeade were served by MM Plea stew skM
I motif. Mrs. W. E. Rheney and the ..Isar seas, boom sad auto
Christmas carols will be at members of the aoclet,. Mofki M4iralUu* are xm .. 4* i
lung Mrs. Geo. W. Turner had chargeof mm with a papM slaw tmto.Tkta I Mod Uw. red .O .... |
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Belts were mr see Name t
the open house to be held Sunday the covered dish supper,
afternoon under the aponaonhlpat In charge of the snack bar at the b .Mla eI Meal's soaplMe ... 1M beer and pat as se tsesas s

.. the Tint Baptist 'Church of Saturday night dance, and Mrs. slaw ssablidewts t at.elss .,.pals than -'at ...., ;!
I Homestead. Light refreshmentsWin : M. It. Syke took car of the music. BAPTIST CIKLS' CLASS tlui. The i rwMk Minor Plot OteM c... t
be served. Cookies, coffee and orange HOLDS .WIENER ROAST TW wmuf It aUMbutar for UK LA.W _. eI 1711kwwMn .. W. ..4 .t.. ........ ;,
Juice were served. The girl*' class of the First Baptist OWMM rued are Co ...._ .4 11I_" hi Now ., ____ KM ttw .
; The usa orchestra under the
there was an Informal Onsunda'i Sunday school was give a UM O. M Iltlnoh GlutBkwki. fA 1--. Glen and ability I. awe ell rase r rdues.
t, direction of Sherman Edwsrds .
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music and wiener roast Monday evening at
J will
provide music for the formal
New Year'f dance to be held

i Thursday, Dec. 10 Favors and ..!

attlaemaker will be provided, and '.. ,

,'. ; refreshment will be served by; the .:. : .;.';,:" :: .' " ':
; c Woman' Auxiliary of the -

stead Presbyterian Church I

; On Tuesday, Dee. It, Instead Of
the regular USO dance, a squadron 'j
: dance will be held to which

t all Junior hostesses are invited.t .
t On New Year'f Day there win be . '
the regular Saturday dance with

music from the Juke box. "

The performance of a tight-wire

walking dog was an unusual
feature at the dance of Dec. 14.,

The dog "Snooty", was put
through hit repertoire of tricks

by his owner, Pet Roy Preacott
The OTU orchestra furnished music -
for the dance which '.
was sponsored ; 'J .
by the Woman'i Club of
1 Homestead Assisting the chair- lcrrp "{

( man, Mr. Adrian Jacob, were
Mi*. E. A. Buchanan, Mr*. Burley trim

i ; Dendy, Mrs. Hershel Galyon,

t Mr*. Geo. W Turner, Mr*. Vane rf ) i

; Harris and Mr*. E. E. Vlhlen. ,
i Other present were Mr. and Mr*. !.' .
d C. M. Power, Mr*. Fred Suber, Ip4j _
M,.. Lawrence Pope, Mr*. Paul
Leaner, Mr*. Vincent De Malra and I
Mr M. R. Syke

>. The dance of Dec. It wa sponsored
by the Altar Society of the
Sacred Heart Church. The door
price, a home mad cake contributed

by Mr*. Clark Roberta, was I
won by Cpl. E. Lacier of the ae- the things lot which

) curlty unit of the air bait, and AMONG
t n presented to him by Mrs. Charles are Bghtfng b the) ..

right to celebrate Christmas' In the
f RUT[ DiaxcT FROM rm "baa
brie YW hoar M* Best Bm traditional Amealcaa way. It Is*.

with particular pride In oat COOBtrr'a -
I ,' : 'i:'+ y occotnpllanjneat In this cUrec-

& FISH :......;. J;, ton sad with firm kith tat"t&e' ,;
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i tW abpMhw. W m sad VMhry UALLArAlTAII I elm
i POULTRY 4 nut MKT.lormtae .. *!*
Missa4 recalls a -or 555 "I: :
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ItIt b less ad pars w ad,,. ,
\ a bran str.Yw anw"ows yrT.
.a s5. ...sir .
bee 1M w dnr.d Nalep sd asp aw
am"". n. Sews r sleeps "sayt .' t
i. Barrl Mayer
sod slips M aN II w bow rashes I '
peltlrss. ad Yes wrhis Is loll 55.1, > a Wrap I'rtaI4eac.'IIICIIJ" :
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sale do '1
.... ... R. L Edwards.. ClerkCOUNCOMEX '
is 5./.s R .. ;101 ,.,
Gas eI 1M .a.searel pb.l.l..1 ; ,
alms *..*** Km ttt* b tile "II I + S' "
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same eI 1Mu... surds sd \lie d.abebr ItU
weed waded b wort bww r +lA W. R.' Ird. Sanitation T. K.Klrby, Finance \: I" I

.eased M the Was lmw MM Hut Wet. ,',.n" : H. .Brooktr, Jr, Fir and Street B. MIT. Morris, park _::
tw5.e II rewheee oJ.. I
w tare. at ledse. PwrreF obstm arcs"-I : E. C. Chroniater Building Frank B. Hue Light and Water, I

he II paelM.rrb aWbetlb 1. ar s
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bar a saebat II eMr der Put an 1e I& ....
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'.: December 24,1M3 '" HOMESTEAD UUDER!: AND' ENTERPRISE Paint Nina
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... Mia Mertle Elsenau. who recently -(I Tn. Alfred Diehl arrived and her two children Danny and
3f opened bar wtnttr homa en cently from San Rafael, 1'1-1 Wayne, will spend Christmas with
: Ground Newton rd, ten yesterday to spend where Staff Sgi DIehl Is stationed,I Mr. and Mrs. Norman L. Henry e
'In and the holiday with relative la Chi.cego to visit her mother, Mr A. R. I and Mr* Oto. E. GUbertson at
, Livingston. Mrs. Livingston is I their home In Miami. Mrs. Ihnry
r now ill with, flu and Mn.. Gllbertton art daughter
Homestead Capt and. Mrs. Eart Martin of of Mr. and Mrs. Boweo. Mr.
Redland rd have rented a cottage Mrs Bowling O. Dye of Miami and M.... D. U Bowen Jr. of Miami
In Miami for a few weak wilt spend the holidays here with alto will be Christmas guests
. her parents, Mr. and Mr J. R. at the Henry and GUbertson home.

r Mill Marjorie Foglt has,arrived Horsey.Mr. .
Mr. and Mr*. & J. Lynch art Mrs Olin Wright returned Sunday from Duke University to Spend the Mrs T. L. Hodges and sons Tom
happy to announce tile adoptionof from a flve>_k visit in Me- holiday with her parents, Mr. and and Mrs, D. L. Bowen their and John -spending the holl-
eon, Joseph Patrick, who WM i Donough C*., with her brother Mn- A. D, r.pgle of Naranja: daughter, Mrs Lyman Williams, (Continued on Page Sixteen)
E 'born Nov. 11 and alster-la-law, Mr. and Mr. -
Harris McCurry, to whom a
.. Carey Crantford student it the daughter wag born oo Dec. 1. Mrs. Howard Wardrlp of Louisville -
Ky and her baby daughter -
fI University of Chattanooga Is I Sarah Eatelle, are visiting
pending tile Christmas holiday I Walter Fred tomato buyer *f Mrs. Wardrlp's parents, Mr. and
. with bit parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Irvington N. J, and his housekeeper Mn. Jos. L. Fletcher Mrs. War
L. Crantford. Mr. Crantford Mrs. Anna Baer, have arrived drip la the former Miss Vera
t will leave Jan. t to resume hi..tudles. to spend the season. i Fletcher. -

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.iI -- .. -,*Myrorf E-pottet-of: .Warehouse I House'guests
i of Mr. and Mr
County Agent Out H. Steffan Point, Conn. is a house guest of ,H. H. Graham during the holiday*
attended the agricultural' meeting Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Fitzpatrick and art Mill Barbara Bartholdl and 1 .
in Winter Haven on Wednesday. Mrs. Myron E. Potter. Jr. their son Burton, who arrivedTuesday .

from Baltimore, and Miss eMYULETIDE
M.... N. O. Ball returned Saturday Miss Carol Lee, sophomore at Vernellt Collins, who arrived
from g lx-tftouth: | visit to her the Florida Slat College for Women Monday night from plant City
',' i' .,.'.. -'t..jpendihl1b. Cs1 istma.
; (' old .home In.Fremont,'Ind. <
i ,; ...:. ." I .::....:...;. " .J:. holiday'here' withher: : 'parent, Mr;.anel -*.Gbert Laughltn JOY
a f*, Mr. and'Mn. A. F.Arthur spent Mi'. an4'M".'Curtis Lee. have moved from tht home of Mr.
"W week-end in Bell Olade.Mn. and Mrs.:J.H.Close Into the apartment -
1' 'M,.:C. A. Boyd of Fort Smith,; of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Mor .
Herbert Kate left yesterday Ark,'and Miss;Theresa Redd have gan. MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL
morning for a two-week holiday arrived from Florida Southern
\ visit with her ton and daughter- College) in Lakeland to spend the I Mr. Ind Mn.. E. Herron of AND
n-law, Mr. and Mrt. Lester Mar.eerau holidays with Miss Rtdd's parents, Belle Glade were guests Sundayof
In St. Petersburg. Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Redd. Mrs. tht Rev. and Mrs. R E. Hast GOD BLESS YOU EVERY ONE
I ____ Boyd U a classmate of Miss ings.

Mn. E. J. Dyal left.Saturday to Redd'
"' M,.. Julia Rhynard of Do Witt,
spend the holidays; with her son- Homestead Hardware Co.J.
i in-law and daughter,"Li and Mrs, Mrs. Henry Bogardt has returned tfich.., is expected to arrive lOOn .
A. F. Barber of San Francisco from Fresno, Cat, where to spend the winter here. G. Wynn, Owner
Mill Nina Dyal arrived from Stet- the was a house guest of her
Ion University Thursday to spend son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Mrs. Alee Pekovskl, the former
tile Christmas vacation at her and M,.. Wilbur Paula Mrs. Mia Martha Fain, b a Christmas
home here.F. hull, the former Miss Marie guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. '"' .
i Jorgardt, accompanied her home M. N. Fain. Mrs. Pekovskl Is . .
D. Edwards of River Junctionis and will make an extended Visit teaching !m Greenville Fla. .
the winter with his
spending here.
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brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and .
Mrs. W. R. Bird. Li Robert Finklea, who has j" '
been stationed for the past several ,
a o r'H, Mn. W. 3. Bennett of Tampa month)Jii Homestead Field, > .. .
e and her two-year-old ion, Wayne"; has been transferred to another 1
"'r are pending the holiday with tatlon. Lt and Mrs. Tinkles,
Mrs. Bennett't parent, Mr. and who hav been making their homein. "Z '
Mrs. Charles Connor. Belt, Bennett the Johnson apartments on '.. . ,.. ,";,
is stationed with the army NJt: 12th .... left Sunday for :- ,
air forces at Drew Field. heir new home.

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'TO the far comers of the \

1 globe go the Christmas'

wishes and packages to our

I ... boys In the service. With the
'new world of the future in

.. ; : the making we look forward

Christmas of Z/4 . "f
"" May your d '. hopefully to ,the Christmas

: approach ia joyousmt the of tomorrow, while wishing

i carefree Christmases of early you the happiest of ChristI _

t. today.
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Roy Chandler Boosts Reftland District In 1008 there were three 1 I Detroit At that time Tatum Bros.. In a delegation of people from 1;J
'I'familJos, J S. Caves Henry later known a* tile Miami Land trout Mich,. (his old home)
With Historical Write-up in FPL Paper J er and Mrs J. X. Hunter ( Book-I I fc Development Co., had charge sold them property They VuUt"
ateaders), living in the I of most of thtf land and Edward home and called the comrauniiy
I ness, which In IOU was Siding wa* tend agent: He.brought (Continued Page e\"ell)1'JI
The Red nd District wa given and Redland communities. They

a boost by Roy C. Chandler, president I,cleared their lanX: "and
of the Redland District'"from by cutting J>ole.',jln coral'I
\frock with grubbing hoe and axe
Chamber of Commerce put ,.... I
and had to get all provision from
Went of Homestead Rotary Club'I Cutler nearest point to bn4 service -

and tool manager of the florid which was only n#sets of
Power and Light Co, in the November freighting, a* railroad did not 1
come through until 1904 Before
Issue of Suiuhln Service i i
the above men brought their families
New The history of the are amId In
they had to blaze the tree
and advantages .
cllmaUo agricultural to mark the route In order to find
are condensed by Mr. '
their way back a* thl* was a'
Chandler In an Illustrated article,I
densely wooded country at that
-Florid City It Nerve Center of time.
Rich Area. I
Agricultural "By 1M4 these people were selling -
In a separate little story, the small quantities of fruit and,
paid tribute to MrQundler'i 1ALICE'S
vegetable During same :
loyalty and efficiencyla the Florid East Coast railroad year i t
keeping the electric service In was finished to Homestead, which!
operation when wind and rain brought in ass' .
more people, and BEAUTY SALON ,
squalls caused a abort In a high
;I'the time went on, atilt more peo I
tension line In November of 1.3'. 'ple-moved Into the district openIng -
Although "all dressed up to attend new farm and grove land. j
I.meeting of the Redland
District Lions Dub. the rtorygoes"Roy '::1u
.ded.fOl' the scene

ot the acctaent .' . and. had _" ,
climbed the pole . . when the
crossarm broke loose Roy grabbed

ft and hung on, holding It In place ., . . .
despite wind and rain for a little .
matter of an hour and SO minute, "

getting thoroughly drenched and i '
.t eonsidrable risk. The line crew
anally rescued him and repair
were made without a break In the . . . '
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r .rvke-I matter .peclaUapo ,
+ preciated since It wag election

night and plenty of radio were I .. ""....... ." .. -
on for the return"
r Mr. Chandler" article follows:
"Florida City and the commun-
unities comprising the Florida
I City district Include
more recently developed norlcla"l
ments. The Redland Christmas
area of approximately 225 quart I
miles with its northern limit *
easily within 20 minute drive ofMliml. '
t It* western edge borderIng *
; \ on the proposed Everglades Sick it
.I National Park and it* astern and away
+ southern border formed by the .
: Biscayne and Florida bays famous :
for fishing The district Includes
the following communities: ,
Gould, Princeton, Nsranja Red- n.,.'. eWoyi extra .around '

lands, Silver Palm, South Allapit- at&hristma*-bonuae* and gift*'Dr 1 i

tab Garden, Black Point and Christmas Pub check t I
Florida City Perrine and Peter, "
also Included In the Redland, are .- '" 'ihl..lur. be mart with'7 U.4l .:. :". ,. .:.:,; -. .. -. t

nearer Coral Gable,'arjd therefore .-' -: . rJ 'Jaoney.; .Joft'f to around .pjurgipt;i >'A 'Jop: .' :, ': : tit t

assigned .to that district for tornpafty ', ". act thing; that are'scaroe..Pa13tti Jtwb&v 1 ,: , .:,,' : . ." "

"to purpose Bill Anderson Charles : . It will.cvuBt -foryourieUanj.. *. > r.,', ::. ".:!, h .' ,frt ._ ": . r ; ''j ,
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Gortman, George Koael. and a few -. .. '; ;- yoiar'/utuf i._ .reat'. .t.: "'.: "'.. .. :'''' :r'' ; t I

others staked claim In'what were ,... :.4 Bui,the 'bnt 'cil1iiti ,ilft1 \. ,.' '. ;.. "' fA-\i : I
later known the Silver Palm
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December 24. 19.3 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Page/ Eleven j;
b1V Roy Chandler'Boosts Redland District of the distr ct's show place .-JdiJ lot It days. This oompanyY widely scattered to that our manager
"The Redland school the second ellstributio System was R. S. Chandler and our service -
I With Historical Write-up in FPL Paper largest rural school In the sprtW'ever a large rural area, lineman, Joe Gammon, are
United State The district hat poorly: constructed and rendered like old-time circuit rider making 4
I good toad, many of which are very unsatisfactory service. Th their round and keeping ia
(Continued Tram.Page Ten), I ever, and by a capillary attraction -i named for early: pioneers and property waa In the territory touch with our old and new cue- 11 1
Detroit la 1111, Detroit WM Incorporated teem. tobring from below very many attractive rural home served by the Florida Power ALight loners. While they may be out i j I
and 'later the' .*ame not merely. water. ; but consider: 'lite- people whe know the district Company which acquiredthe a good deal, Mr*. Moaeley Barker. '
yew the nameof the town WM' able fertiHimg matter as welt best Consider It tile Ideal place In distribution system on June cashier clerk, can be depended
Changed to Florida City, It It the The many beautiful and outstanding I Iarea' the "world to live 'and It Is noted 2% HIT and tied It Into Its interconnected upon to give those customers coming .v
southernmost town on",the'mainland I grave are ample proof of the for the best fishing In 'the world. system. t. the office cordial and
of the United States and ta possibilities, when given II It 1* not commonly known that "Florid City first received prompt attention regardless of
over WO mile nearer the equator I reasonable> care and fertiUuttan. this back country: play a prominent twsoty-four service from the Cityof whether they are paying a bill of
than' tat Angeles. I "At present there are 'planted I part la making Miami what Homestead municipal electric making a request .
"In 1113 the: Und; company n,00f acre of Persian limes. Last j the I* today plant until September, 192*. when Thee smaller office are a real
dredged a navigable canal end! season- vegetable acreages were -In ms Ben Morris organized the distribution Hue were lost In training ground foe developingVersatile
built a county road 'from'Detroit at follows- S.SOO acre of potatoes,' the Redland Ice Light and Power the hurricane. The City of Homestead end thoroughly. Competent
nine mile eat to the bay tOHt acre of bean 10 to 1S.OM I Co. and secured a franchise from wa unable td restore *.... employees." \
torante were told for the first acre tomatoes and 1.000.acres Dad County: to *,"e Black Point vice and the town officials of j
time In 1114 to people"on.train ot Mise4ye q ala? Could.. NaraglaPeters. Princeton Florida City: granted a .franchise S. L. Kcndrick
.while;they.ft0 pe4.'m'ftometteadl 1Thn)"'serttoQ> hat' become 1mpertanT -, *.Redlandt,. Silver Palm .City to Florida Power & Light Com ,
ja method1 ol aavertlsufe: W trough* td WI"'a"4M South .JUUpatUh .Gardens and pany for service JUSTICE OP TVB .
section, as : thousand passed establishment-' 'a' lub-trcpltal South-Miami-Garden. "In 1921 Florida City had about RACK
d i through-peeing-nothing. but coral' ejrperimentat station.sponsored brth "He, Installed .0* KW. 2)00- 90 customer, wherea.today this
rock -'ndrnme'1t't,!hit.: ....I' *.tt. gtrnlt oj:Florida<< and.'loi 1 volt; r+!lrbtnk.-M rt* S-phae district tar over 1,000.customer orsCertinatea id ether and ,wtU-. w
carload graptruj,waj hipped rated on Waldia drive, onefourthmile I generator. IQ Naraaja to serve .Extensions by our company helped .WNW acknowledged. -
from ; District ,west Redland road. R Itdomg these communities.. This plant greatly la Increasing population. ..-..
-the largest fruit: !\uabl..re work fot was-badlydamaged the 182. At a good deal of the territory b Odd renew BUc.K. .
and shipping waa:center I In. the .distract growers'of the:dlstrict'and It on*I hurricane. aad.service was 11III. rural many of our customer art W. let tX .......... lrt. :

In 19i4. Princeton was known 1
a'a'iaWridll.'wont-'oohed'' b> ( /-%>f'R'1FtCICIf(tf91'kX'Il'tCtiy(1r7( ( tYftf'tr'tf1(1ght7ll/( .R1t3/lslRatlR aJt3tJtyti7tlrilt.YltJtlslgsY.'g7p931017alt.Y.'t.Y.' t.M tJayJt.47t17R711tla9sJ1y
Drake Lumber Co. From this time
CIAo the whole district began to
grow' steadily In the fall of 191 r-
and the spring of 1(20 there were
between three and four thousand
acre of tomatoes planted.
There are several general claialAcatloni -
of poll In the Redland I
District: the marl prairie along i
the east coast the pine lands (also "
caled pine sandy toll, red soils t { ,. ,, "i. 612
containing clay and from which I J.
the Redland District derives Its i 'h't -
name and the black muck or .
glades land lying mostly .ver-I
ward Under each toll
varying depths Is the same underlying : OuistJiias (1943sEnson's

limestone ..-
Increasing usage It being madeof '" A .
water control for both irrigation -
r and drainage 'of the glades i
d land with the resulting production
of bumper crops In truck j .
farming during the winter months :'
Principal vegetable crops are to'matoes ( :... .,'"
Irish potatoes and string '
beans. One also sees.large fieldsof .f
peppers English peas, broe- -

COlU cabbage,w carrots, tweet potatoes .: ).t, .j ..aIT : .'" q'.

wlntef, erop strawberries: ,<. ,' . and. other, :t': .,r,-. t : : : HE STAGECOACTIlialiNen. place to the stream- .,. . 1
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"On the land
: pine containing '
the red clay combined>with coral : : :' :.t ,, : 'Iinef, The tlectno light has snuffed out the soft*. J

or'native rock.art.frown the fa-) ': : ': \\ ., . .
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'. moua Redland District fruits, 'avocados .. . -. ;. beamed candle. Tinkling deign bells are drowned .!
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mangos, papaya and citrus : in the roar of motor horns. But who will .say ;
crop Including oranges, Persian :: .
limes grapefruit tangelos, kumquats 1 that Christmas has lost its charm? With Christ- ),,
and tangerines. I 7 .
"This area It noted for the :' : ..g::;; was: at hand v'e renew our pledge of devotion toN ;
larger number of strictly tropical .". .. ..__ ,
fruit not found In any other section = '. ',..., ideals of honest dealing, and express our appreciation -.,
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"Every month In the year finds t '. 'V., '. i..i't'--' '' of yotir friendship for us during.1943:.
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crops Including a state-operated i i'. : WOOD ;
farmers' market"Newcomers "HEAP ON MORE THE WIND IS CHILL; if i
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![ : months agowith Mrs. L. F.| Maine Tom Used a'wntw' Ane w Own lave rugs UCHAMCB b niMii, % wall
Chapman when she returned km to UM (. from her summer v'aeaUegviaWest RED TAG FURNITURE EXCHANGE ff "' .! :. ,
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.R__twat'as r tek.e we from M a.eke ft aa.d, .. I II,,. Mrs Forsythe, VfcjfHs iI a 0... ar tW ...... tMMf jkMfynF- ..ales pat at their!: .'J'. .... <.ib* kkut/u ,.,'a- ..r-. aii klwimtio ' ',h
tM .-.. L..d.r. e.-.A. iua tea .......... ..unw loci' U' RKp TAG (M'tnM k JiI" ded' tor oHwr* aartio.w. .wll'.n .If. sits if 1w. >... ..di.ter ,.f;
U.....Nit...., 11-_ .'.peed" aatwsrk.o.4 If., ..1........ j I daughter, will 91 Mr.. and With Mrs their, Shepherd (on.- ,,18 ....... tMMM' adaeM JMIMni.M; toW W. ocmvl tkrlMW4 it ...'s.. a,iMnepl -;'- , .. , '
wad M.a II. NIL arrive. yowl* ... in. F Mil their fmiHoraU'l tins _loa sear t+ nttem; I1Miyui.kd ( 4 J ; "
Billy nett m. 44 Law tMi )MioI.... ftnfckk It ..... ; :
giltllliriiillgllIt111UlI1lJzintllUQe"COnstryrtton( ( ; "The. Christmas( ottering of r_.. a 04 ;." :'""" ._ :w?.>.. _ttint. R irou:a ..tklnkIw 'riaaDl,
'Tk.r a.t.hw a.w, tare..tM.d .fwtnwe' .( lurnUUni a'room, .....If k y-I/I '
-oil a horn forIheJledland Methodist churchei will, be ;sent' ..It...... ..... """" ,... ...... .-. an* lit two .|.M] tktt. W ""&. thu;k' .:CAB SERVICE
District ChanSber of t4 4_Vaa tp Help,rebuild th't'cOUo.- ... tlw ........ i.d .. hew.d Ie KIM :'lk. right ,pl... .. W. H'sW an .,
Coifapene'a'djototoj: ' tine oily try .Ut.t wasr Tans; .w.a! ........1.. .t .--. J. ........ .)nn lad u. rtftit tkiir' .. thk..... "
help wit(' iesin' Frttyy wortlrigM gtwjt earthauake and ,Aro.0 twr ....>... 4>U':tci ,.t MUM peak a tow ..*.... Mlb wk. 44 reasenaifc! twined .;,
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retou arrangement :1 "Mcs, J, M. Free' parents, Mr. > saw fwdta aaO .
a to-qperafivy andJ4p. P. T, Ctnmlehael, Arrived a well kia0n4.atwk to .,.11.hnq ., dol.. Uwl nnoi ... ,.......... bay Phone 9108
whereby the 'City"of .. ........... at'tie.. .
In Homeslead last week to spendthe 1..dk a* d, ., ,-. k UM sad win a.slle.tt
Homestead will and Jhe hark'Chamber In of I winter ." crank. kf wkkll toM >...' wJl kept' k ..... iaiKXl if mutMllr riLa .Night Phone. ..,.... 239IIOMETBAD
Commerce equally Mil kW .N es-d .awl' .ntlaanti.: :
IHM Iaod the cost of the building- J. 'W. "Mrs. J. '1'.-man-.who has been <: tw'waakik nuoM 1i+'. ..t .. : ,.-. stand, will kl ...,, feetiKyaJfr4.dan.ny :/ . \
I Connor, who. to-donating. his suffering with a broken leg as a the wart leaner 'pMl* Is'tkb...... irttHftrici _......end JoraIt.p Awhkba CABsf; YIC1t ,;
services aa eontreetor will have result of i fall several weeks .ago, Man loxnk ...., who fiat w fair : V. 0. ftasaaser.-Prop.READ1HE.WANT.AD3. .
a crew!( o( men at work by 7:30: U recovering rapidly / ." Chamber I at Commerce I U M ulr. .. '" V> tirade AI''ei .ton Ilk. tkiTAG. : kZD '
o'clock tomorrow morning / "Mr. and Mrs. :Peter' Petersen Wednesday afternoon. The fruit ; yf r of fir ... I :
"The close of this week will 1 exhibited k moniter avocado-be . ". weighed four''at d '". half i 11...- B..lrM"O. baai, tk' M-- .
And three solid cirolad. of totna- fore'the directors of the Redland pound ,-." ", ' '.. .]1 ;:..; i4 .<.tIt:- uro TAO lnlltl41.. :',. f '; " ,
toes from South Dade moving '
northward . E..A.Jroecher, R.
C., McClerg, E. C". Loveland, . . ... .. .... '. ,.' ' .': J7 ," .
1' William Fox Frank Belts, Mr.Shields : i.j, : : : : : ,! :
I J. D. Redd and Philip I
Reams are local growers shipping >

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Odd Fellowsheld Tuesday ..
'IT. ',.. Cameron was elected. ,noble, .; :: I .
grind . ."
"Charles Fuchs and Fred Fuchsi 1 "
caught four ''raccoon when they
went' huntln* near- Florida

W Monday." : ,}:: . : : A -PIaF
iMri. Cart Deden and .her Clt'j : ,: ." ;, ', :
tie 'daughter; Dorothy, have : :. .;
turned to Homestead. a ... .. '. '
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week's visit with' Mrt. Thomas! ..' ."
Brooker Dorothy li recovering' .. . ,. .
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from injuries received In Miami "
'Tuesday of Ian week when an.
automobile struck her." : .
"Landon Carney went to Hqllyfcood .,41'
Wednesday ..nlht.to ef- ... ...'. ." loll
r tend I dinner dance which hb -:.
1 father Capt. Carney, of Coconut
Grove, gave at the HollywoodHotel. r

"Mr J. T. Vann who hat been
letting relatives In Vero re- .. .
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turned home Friday . ." \ .I' ,h.:1. :",. icy 'l ti. .pa .. c"At .. "
"Tom and Jack Cohernour, R. ." ,':: :. ,.. i"1, t: tf'i' f:' '- :.;; . : ': ft.; o/ 1 + ,

/. M. Bourquin and Lake Delta returned
to Florida City Saturday .
. ." Christmas play and make good cheer I

"H. M. Degler of Clarksburg, '
For f hristmas-comes
W.: Va., and Fred Arbogiit of I but once a year"GUTTERING ,
Roanoke, Va., artrlved at they
home of L. F. Chapman Monday ,
night. Mr. Degler's family came I '"
to Florida City nearly three .
more fantastically the Jew-

14r I cave are the Christmastrees

, I II in the windows of this town and adjoin.
4lt : ea
I ing fann areas. Everywhere everywhere Christ

mas, and the spirit which Christmas brings.We .
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love this town and its environs. We have
grown up here and have come to regard our.' .

selves as "a.fixture," We have a great many

Q friends "but not a friend to spare" and at this \

1943 i tine we want to thank them ODe acd all.


,!, :'..-.",:' .0 \. r.:,, gTHE ,EVE OF: THIS JOYOUS: SEASON W6 JAKE GREAT' ',

Santa may have new J'UASUU IN WISHING ALL OUt FRIENDS THE FULLEST l-'f \' .'.\

, modes of transports -MEASURE OF CHRISTMAS JOY>0 HAPPINESS.' v- .

I tion in I his bad tricks.'I

but our wish is that his' ;." { 'J

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great big package of BROOKER-LUMBER> COMPANY J

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MILLIONS OF AMERICAN HEARTS, there will be little When you give War Bond'you are truly giving me "present,

Joy this Christmas, and little spirit'. of holiday celebration, with a future" Ti sot only for the future of the one who receives I
But there will be,we believe'a deep realizations(the spiritual your gift, but for the future of the world as well.
meaning of the Christmas day. There will be a realization of how
blessed it would be-once again-to have "Peace on Earth, Good Forf by buying and giving War Bond you win bring Victory I
Will Toward Men." so much closer and help save die five of clean, decent Americans *'
. that more of them nay come back to enjoy Christmas ai'
And there will be, in many hearts, a solemn resolve to punish Christmas should be.**f- )' 1 1f.
those who have made a mockery of all the things that Christmas

world.stands for . and so.to bring' back those things to a warwearya . Think about this when you're deciding what to give to.those ; j;,
you hold most dear. ,
As an expression: of this kind of Christmas feeling, there. are. ..
no finer or more meaningful! gifts than War Bonds. Think about it ., .. and,give War Bonds* . f


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r" rather than oft a vertical or up- ....----..-....... .

THE and-down basis, as at present A Your Dates ". ...

r', IIOM i, will regular be schedule established of validity, which dates will With Uncle Sam '. '1"If

I FRONT provide Ave processed food stamps ............!.................. .... : .! ,
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[: -. .. -- - MEATS. FATS-Brown stamps ,::4 .. 0Q
the start of each month. Three
It of meat-fats stamps worth I total of L. M, K. P.. :and Q good through ... ; ., ,, -
Jan. 1. R becomes Dee 26 .. .
good .- ...
has 30 points win become valid
The War Department never IV'I'Jtwo
f' and remains,GOd: through Jan. 21. "f' .
controlled penicillin or receivedthe weeks. .
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General a a e PROCESSED FOODS-Green '
entire output, Surgeon
(< Norman T. Kirk of the Army Medical The number of sheets In tablets, stamps D, Sand F In Book Four : :
t, Department explained recent pads, and related products made good through Jan. 20. .
:ly. civilian request for penicillin from newsprint paper may be reduced StTGAR-i-S4amp No. II In Book j
I.' the new drug which prevent according to OPA because Four ..0011"fGr 8, pounds through '
.f thetwo increases In Jam U ,
? growth of Infection bacteria -a-ton ,
', about< fee made through the civilian -, newerint paper during 1M3." On SHOES-Stamp No. SI In Book '
doctor The doctor 'shouWcommunfcete : the average, seven sheets may be One good for 1 pair. Stamp No. ,
by. telegram telephone , removed from a accent pad and 1 eo -Jrplaae sheet In Book
... personal letter with Dr. fourteen 'sheetsfrom I 10-cent Three good for I pair. ' "j" '. ., ,J: i: ., : :, :. '''1' '.

& Reefer. Evans Memorial Hospital Pd. GASOLIXEr-A-r coupon good ,
, .. *> eSusp"enaar .. ;.! .,
Boston giving Complete detail l.J! : ,' '
through Feb. .
buttons are to be ret, ,. ,.... ...' ,
/ of 1M case. stored work FUEL OIL-Period 1
to men. pants according coupons .
r * to an amendment of good through ..r... I. Period-2 ' ': .' ,r ; "
. The bottaewife.inay'sow receive WPB's order coupons good through Jan. 24. .' int. : .Aber. d. ..r .;..0:.: fig.' "
0 one brown ration point for each fik ,age wte'ka II I ten dew '''' heie..i.4

i' one-half pound of salvage kitchen LOCKSMITH GITNIUirHS SAYS I.PIIIft ." ,.no."s "'-.., ........
t: tats she takes to her retailer. In .t'Md begs r dr oumpe vent wan .
'addition she win continue' to receive MISSING LINK KEY SHOP = Late Dina.., -
f f' four cent a pound. Retailer -
i- will I not Ilv.,* >lnt* for leu It N W. broad CL tOrnooH r+wt ooo> ...-. Tot 1411AITI Mew Itiwt w a.eat Mde .

.,' than 6ne-half a pound, nor for any Ikoonutom :M.... COLLOT.Urov Sat Pay.MOV' ,..Work.KuolWM ..el a Intense th-ae tat a addttlkje .
fractional overweight.Every ounce 'fj.c trarr oVoxk.H Yrl.., coawondese.
of fat you ave In your kitchen Is .tko Miasma innc nf SHOP I. adieu ...... S>....,.>>4 kolktef omw Mended .
enough to make four bullets for a [ Miami. b _oj... tkrooMt this tor.ritory I. koporuirt lock and k<7 diets M maw We aKNc hope ---
the front far Ant flow work and new tin ...4 that Ikk firm win omw !*. h _'I hr ashy tag D.waw fig.i .
fighting man .at. . OMublo prim work Mrtol.liif to only to W .._..... U maoM .
k'U:: a to .decit w a.&' Sear rho.Le.w
!InekMlUilni. fomwiHhlnf, ooMorlot. Pines orrrb I. tnomltkliil ace. hoe had
Civilian are urgently requested ....1.... sleek and aft _Irl., II a Mt nporhmco U m>.hi.. ... onrlumlliif > ten the ....1<0 ilea.1lmlNMukltwttiwt1louu.
by the Office of Defense Transportation and oowltr Repair work of .11 ........ nut ., mry _rlpt..... Tkor
I to give up all pleasure They *IM Mt km W ..... i" not an establishment ra ties coootrrMtw osseN
trips on train or Intercity buses II to foHlbb to Martin a tek..o>ltk'. i omlpool to handle. Was work.
till January 10.Manufacture art only when MM _11_ tko kMndrvoB i Tko shy also M..M APJ annual otrv-
e of MM for lookt and ..,., nil Slltomt Ire to otrt ol tow. people lit, the cittlM @
was started last In ...._. Often I. a Inrio building of tare to soda. All tint lo nn.ua bUw
week two billion ration tokensto with oooroi of dll ant ....... lo MO set Hrvdlii* lo ..... somber of .... make .
on 0" her n* ko wed hi two ....... |; of nor and r*>,. Kor will ko made :'
be used In making "ration oMMitloJ promptlr mi _..... This b Important .
Lacks Mmtho nulviMiit
change" when the ration token !. rules. mad our roodrri ... Invited (o MO /y
they *n Mama buildings M trunks \
plan goes Into effect Feb. 27. The beware .M I* ouRr otkor as Inoludlnsa this ....... who I. Mod of k_ Mr. )
order calls for 1,10000,000 red .MM>kllM, theN aunt b. ta otrrr ooovnunltr Art M. Collot, Uw head of thin ....... ho t
tokens for meats and fats and a serer. wkkk a.ea tko ..- .0,"" I* kb krofMoloo and wUknown
600,000,000 blue tokens for processed Mnd of a series cllntol. mad In M I. then ....N. Take. row her
foods Food retailers will plant hi he owner k instant lock and key and bet Imblol to klm -AJ.
get their supply from the nation's onto '...10.... than kl available heroIn I -

banks. Strip of stamps, each havIng kouMkokk* of iW ,.wham...., tirrUt Mm l*< krtot M -ouwmko .k>
a value of 10 points regard-
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Jell of the numeral now on the 1 the aka of _.......* b (_ ......
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December Zi, 19.J3 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Para Fifteen :..-

Growers Score Smashing Victory Redland Rattlers Lose 1

II.: Over Redland High Diamondbacks I: To Redland Island City Diamondbacks CagersThe CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING I IRATE II

1 tauBy were defeated 30-20 by the Key -r *
WANE LAWRENCEIL I will be quite a test for the quintet. West Conchs Iq a game Monday : first insertion 10e a line; :subsequent Inejlyne I

IL .. Team Reporter The Growers have a good, tough night in the bland City num Be a line

Tuesday -I!hardplaylng team, but they need Kenneth Greer, star Redland I _'_UU'U.h"hhuUUUhUUUUUU_ _ __ _ _ _ _
wild and wooly
In a the,utmost support of the students center, high scorer, accounted tor r
night Homestead cagers tri- and the townspeople. They won't 12 points Playing on the Redland I FOR RENT LOST

i iU1Phed over the Redland let us down- o come out to 1 Vihleo
471 every team were and Chambers ROOMS and apartments Reason LAST-Ration Book No J la t
School quintet by the count of game, and cheer for good old forwards; Greer, center; and Jack able rates. hoi water and show 'Princeton. James P. Higgins, t ,

to 25. The $core doesn't IoU the Homestead High) I son, Snellgrove and Rots, guards. [ ers. Palms Hotel Florida City. PrInceton. Fla (pd24) ,

whole story, at the Redland boys ,:
never give up. Both teams played _

headi-up ball, and it WM conceded I BUICK, 40 super sedan, ..-4_. fREEI If Excel acid causes you:

by all that the lINt team,w on." 19'4'3 s t. Phone S44-R4 (pd24) pain of Stomach Ulcer, InJi.gestlon -
Heartburn, DekhJng;
be unfair to hame
It would any REPAIRABLE HOUSE with lot in Bloating, Nausea', Gas Pains
particular player ai the star because Homestead, $300. $100 down get free ample UtHta, ai

each played superb basket balance easy payment Eleanor Brown's Pharmacy (p7) ,
s'. Froscher 2} S. Flagler Ave..'
bait the most outstanding plajen '
1 Homestead Phone 213-J. (d3tf) WANTED
however were Greer, Jackson SCl I

and Stepp for Rolland and Lett .er S-BEOROOM HOME barn and WANTED Capable Jam labor "

Mcllwaln, Forte, Bishop, Sullivan garage, large plot of ground In foreman..Apply Sottile and Sul.llvan. .

..4 and Whitehad for Homestead. ) Homestead, $4500 Term Deaoor car of South Dade Farms
Preacher 25 S. Plaster dITtf)
The Homestead:Grower*Jumped "
Art, Homestead. Phone 11SJd3tf
off to i big lead end were i st0 30 PIANOS wanted. Highest price ,f
) .( )
.beadedv :Jhe.iWrOat.pie.': : paid. Any style of attic.:Braun't 7
In time was 2q to 7. Scoring FRESH TXX3 or CAT rooD:: Piano House, 2310 N.W. 7th St, '
for the game, went to Cap :' made of whole veal and other Miami. ,(d I7U

Cr er Of the Redland neVir .?"', TiMES HAVE CHANG ,.of. beef product, 20c lb., phone WANTED-Repa.r' '
:. bocks who netted six field 'tut'Christmas 238-J evenings. (piN) work, atone ."
and two free, throws, remains unchangedthe --- building, cement work roofing, 4,
,total of 14 points. High point year's outstanding holiday in the FOR SALE-Model A IH too etc 11th Hour Mission. Box M, (
Glade Buggy and Fordson
for Homestead was Robert Homestead. (dlOf).
timeless of love and Tractor. Also 50 \
o. iran Who dropped six field goals cycle good gal. oil drum
Wolfe Auto Wrecking, P. O. WANTEDDucks, M a week, 250lb.
'. throughthenetThe fellowship. In the same old familiar Box 798 Homestead Fla.. Phone ., Rt. 2. Box 201, HemesteeA
Homestead team
,I brilliant exhibition pep of gave way it gives us pleasure to wish for 39J-J (ottf) I need grove with or without '

and formed a'large "\1'"marcbln/ in this of 1943 the mostin RARE TROPICAL TREES, shrubs, I home 3 prospect waiting.
/ you season .
Drop me a postal or call J. K.
; tory to the cheers of ornamentals, palms. Phone Cal.
The Homestead band a I Christmas cheer and enjoyment.PRAY'S kin., 583-W, 2 ml. w. of Florida Dorn 22483, Miami at my expense. I

,. numbers, including the national! City. J23tf) Reverse charges. .. '

anthem. I WILL PAY SS to 729 for Junk .
The Growers will have, a three-I NOTICE or APPLICATION FOR ears also farm machinery.\
week lay-off before their next i Chapter, 1T4IT- .t..4 till Wolfe Auto Wrecking: P. O. Box t.

game Starting Jan. 7, they will I ,I P0.A1ll7NOTICE ...1 798, Homestead, Fla Phone ,1'\\
begin a grueling schedule which, iI i, D. G.uttrri toldrr of state nd County 392-J. _ o29) 4
__ __ ,
iI I Tat OrUflroU Nil till 'Inwd Uw Srd I r
J.. ."... '' ... I day of Aucu.1, A,D. IMl bq flkd' same following dMcrlbH urooort. ? In the CoMt sf
Ill .r of,.... and KM wuk. .pOII"",.",. of Pad.. state of FIvMo. M oil
for o arm ...... .. to issued II........ laW Lot II. Dlork H. Hnkok PiM Addition. ,
ConlAotto omonoM Uw following do.Mriboll . In the City of Kia..... County
1 Prnorrtr In the Count of Dodo Dod.. State of Florid. M __
1 SUM. of Florid., towttI : ... In Coniflrato Sift I tottl. ,Blork *, And Mil of Palm ., Mid propon ...... tto ooldrortlfleoto
I I MlooIf'HrltkU. a SuWn" Plat Rook knot was tn Uw Monte of f"f"III
| 11.' ......'.'. In the County of Dodo: Unhaawe"
1 State tof-Florid.ttw Lot I0. Bhk >.. ilia..... Fin* Ad.
i .. T..e assessment of ...W"F ....... In the City of ........ Count
I Mid ..suers. WM In the Mow off of ....... stab *f Plaid, no HBkrMOdtn
I Pn.rr, -c.rtlf\ [. {iNrluov-oold oertUlfoolkjaeordlov .hall be redeemed nndro MM "
: Mid Uw .w.
,: '.' ., : to .... tto proprrt.kttmln d./bed sawse .:.::. In ae sawo of Us.know .
.. '. *t .....
;. will to Mid to the klinott h. -.
'. .... :..@j'I. eM I't Tttta w I tto Court MOOM door .. loa Rut N... Values uM btftirlnlo .K.II he to. 1\,
day k Uw MooUl of February. I Ie&. which ....- ..-.. to too card win. ; ,
) : 'rt k the Ttk dM> of ....." UK i iI too.. tin... oo.Ito Jibdr, ....".....,.
: \.., :: 5 1943v I hated this h. der or 11:........' 1941.I A' O. 144 ' "
: : top : > B. B. LMA IRMAN. D.IO this kilo day rt NoMvbrr. A. D.
Cork of dmr) Court I l. : .
_..JWA......,. ,.t" "I'. Dodo 09-y. FtarWo.Br _' B. 1 LlATHKJUiAW.Ckrk ., ,
M C. tTCiBETT. B. ft
I' Clrrult Coort Dooo OMKtT PMWO
-. ,. ( Cowl boot '. .. .
''' ? NOt T&R1tKTTl D C* uclReorrolMII
'Jt:, .t. (Dot"M. 11. uat "..: t. loo; (/s4 J
= "'oIIPl / I s4CAp
. ,:i ..)t. :: ? ,;, NOTICE. or AM-I.K'ATWN FOR 10.. /,19 0. at. 11. 3943)r
:;;;; i '. 'T.\X NED r 1 '' !
t Ckwtof ""1.-A_ J.Itliflta .rRQCLAHATION AND tiOTkTCOP

x ;- + a. NOTICE: llv HK A mr Till -HUVtK.-li.t, 7 ' 1* BBRKHr IIICTIOMMOTICC ...IVU.... -ttot ai.wr.l
0. gild -
; : lolly lie.... Inkiest of atom sad Cw.y:: .i.w.g.4N
: ., of
: JiMtod l U. Ito. fKl
... .
i tM
M M ,. Tom I. M. S 'blued th.w onwlond riorMo, on Ti oo.r, jUnooroIf
of A.D. _. boa and' __ c.
day "u. II '
.... _
(( : v !..,. ...... and. IM-made plwtka fm .4ko-old I. -CttikAt.Honioilood-* orftk Uw, Fkr4.of.
: .tow Ooi M to JvwC ttoroM. >oi t
: : ; r..rllMM _krooM tto follovliio" d. .. tto otoMlon of tto foUowlnp annwioRlonf

. ," ...... peew tp I. the Men' of 'R.. tifvor mid ,oMrMllnwnlOno {y

". .. '. .stated:Eli.e FlorMo m. "of wlll 141j; of WH ofSWl ..Ffvo.. that tyouMllnwn the ...... Moll to oven nl t 1

: : :;i',....a,candle in the window '. : .test It ,,TovlMklp. _WM..,.of...89 M II..A.._.sw1a.etM.. Ronco OMT or SI> down.flock The on A.follovlni Mid II and d.?.sewed than to,darters.loord ., tow mnx I:

:.: tree \\ri.t.ho: Count of Poo. State of .... duly polnlfd M Clerk ..4 In.H .
h' J...the gleam of astar on a The OMOMmnit of MM roportir sods. op-sore. J. Do.Y.Nesters to .."..... .W EMahsL
llw amid otrtlllcoto woo In Ito MOW cat
... the' light in the eyes 'of ar .. . jEll...P..Strrkor!Mid rtlncot. shod.to ._...........d. .U.A.Wood UmkW I. .LMw-ton M l.toxUirtMn. ...<'lrrkKoUcn .
,dl.n to low too oropnrty ..
that IIIMrono.
child! Christmas morning therein. will to Mid. to Uw klihMt bl....... I 1 who OOOMM tIe ....lIf......... no.ukllo .
r f. on .1 tto Court DOOM door.._on.the. Ant Moo.4or to Niles In n amoral rkxtkm,
In the oath of 144 wnlok nd wko shell km IMkfcd In tto City of
10 the Ttk der of FoknuiT 114Dnlod ..... FlorMn durlno tto its months
this find d>> of D" mkrf. 1141.I. .. orondlnnUw, I......... nod toll
Bat Christmas is than these. 8. LRATHEItMAN.! I.... _.......d lo the nn-kuntion ton>f
: more . ., Clork of Clrr.ll .Court.Dooo _..... ..
County. ......... Mid Coy of knot tn (III!
n, AClroutt ..* prim M Mid .......... .toll to
how much cannot into CadetN. a rrFRtrrr ... .UrtJon.
z:4' more tie put ' I.IPoa. .lItlld U I. Mid
(; ''? '" '.. II. HIS "... '. 14 1141 Tto City Cloth. of .... City of HOBO.
., '.. Ned FlorlM. k toruk, dlrortud to p.hH.k
,Tcrdi. but yon do know that WI an NOTICE Or APPLICATION FOR TAX thin held of Elootion In Ioo-.MM-,
DEED or or OOWW.KOT. puklltkol In ? oft
k all that Christmas pup IIMS HonMoMod to>to* onoml omulnttonfIn
you NOTICE If MEKUT all EN loot Mn.Son MM CM?. |

.4iJ: : ( at its trefy best imp!*aatt aU that IW JIWMk* Futon TH'IooWoo car MI f_M.ICOM NiMkOKoJ of City .,..need.. I this f 111.W. of"'DtornkM, D,|'

"7o ";'... 004 41, o.uo ,... Sr4 MO W .laid T. t: MAIM*; I
.l., ', 11'J. \ I .. . D. 14* .... 111.4 oM Mrttfkoojo Mr IAMootf I'f
,: ""J'H..am.a.u em bringGould.s ; . . ... tu ofTUo, >o4 ko 0100* .011.10.e far Ln..;AROMt I
t. ., . '< cased to w .. a.wd.mee : ::.' '
sad _If_ w city d..... boo r
low a.M.w
\. .... .. ,... .. . .: ,

.r:':,. : :'; ;..
.. 10'" Will buy for CASH

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Juanita and Rohrer Paul The ctacs will meet
tRodaey ol and Shirley Trefzer ot Class Forma to Study Thursdayevening
IN AND ABOUND Florida. dtx are spending a few Florida City are visiting relatives Dee. 10 In the ctrarch
days with their grandparents, la Arcadia Pine-land Gardening rooms. AH totemtwl are Invited
HOMESTEAD Mr and Mra.J.r. Roarer to Red- to attend '

..-...........................- land. Mr and Mrs. George Cummingsand Bach Thursday evening for 10
granddaughter, Maybelle weeks a class In lame gardening WANT ADS PAY
(Continued from Page Four)
days with Mrs. Hodges. mother FLORIDA CITY Amt M0'nf7'CltoAU.ftta.. Mich. win be taught by Mrs; Joseph:
Mrs. John A. Ricks and brother Br Warms, fernyDarius arrived Thursday to spend the Low, the) forme Miss Bodal !to.10 an coiwtnoNa
winter at their home here
the Rev Ceo. H. Ricks, la Miami sel at the Remand Community I ROLLER SKATE

Chores. I Baldwin ot Florida City' Miss Jeannette Bray of Redlandwas Church' The classes, under the I IK 'COMFORTunlne. ,

i ;; .left yesterday to visit a "'daughter' s week-end guest of Miss' supervision of M, A. Baker vocational ..1
Miss Ruth funcee of SgtS. la Tampa. Rosa Everagt. agriculture teacher of .
.f see r IlltS f. ts..b..r. .
Wllhslm of the mist
guardsquadron Redland High School are
at Homestead Field, has apon-// .,- w w is
Mm 0. Coningsr Is ffl a4 her Mrs. Charles Clinton and Mrs. awed by the Redland .
arrived from Ctadnnsti to be a
home this week. Harry Degler, who now live In Prominent horticulturists win I
house, guest of Mr and Mrs. A. F
Key West Visited here this week give sUde-lllustrsted lectures Sol] .
Arthur. The wadding will take
t A Christmas JII'OInIlll.1I given the group,, Mrs. Lowe said,
place shortly la the base chapel by the Community' Church Sunday Bobby Brandenburg of Miami emphasis wJll be 'placed oa! tile) Skating Rink
School classes. Tuesday eve was a week-end guest of Mr and study of home gardening methods
Mr and Mrs. J. Leroy William .. ; Mrs. R. E. Scott. In pine-land soils. I
,of Miami wart guests Sunday of
Mr and Mrs. J. R. Byrum. Mrs.
Williams a slater of Mr.Byrum.

Miss Jeantttt Wlllets of Everglades -
Is spending Christmas with
her stepfather and mother Mr
and Mrs, Roy Darby

I Yy .
: } Terrene Myer:a student at) ) I

the University W Florida It spending . .
, the holidays with his parents, ;
the Rev. and Mrs. h1. E. II,.,.

Mrs. Ruby Schmidt of Miami

spent last week-end at the homeof .
Mr and Mrs. J. U. Kitchen.

Mrs Beatrice Cash Mrs. H. a

Wright and Mrs. Oliver Cash and ,
her son. Tommy all of Miami,
wart recent guests at the home
of Mrs Csih's parents, Mr and
Mrs. L. L. Anderson i

Mrs. Ben S. Liddon of Orsctvllle -

Fls, and her baby daughter,
Chrtstelle, are holiday guests ot
Mrs Liddon father, Wm Ander

Mrs Ruth Scott is 111 at her
home on N W 14th ..

Mrs James C. Vann has been 111
for several days this week.

Mrs Alvin A Payne who has
been a bout guest of Mrs. Julian
H Webster has returned to her
home in Miami.
Miss Hells Saul ot Miami will
spend Christmas Day with Mr. and
Mrs. J. _. Dose
'; ,
Edward Robert and Melvin

WhIdden left Sunday for More- Not much'like Christmas

grandparents.gfssuUte4 haven where. they will visit their

Awmrra csuuinus . slosh bells la moon sad tried to sleep . la the eve .
. the laughter of little Jag we went into a finny little African "
children and tliea-dear sad .aostalgle. town sad saw an eU movie . then,
I ar the frosty ato-the snbmde of tiny vetoes toned *. 1'ot.1ICIt like g
Biasing 'Yeaet earthy fool wttt feMn. >
e a on He's la the tropics now that lion It woat
." Tkers'S the Christmas we all a.rwt'_ "
seem nub like then either. ,
drum of-bot eepcofalQr those of ourswtetketrta
Bat Ms r-fAJ. Chrletasas e folks
sad brothers who x
soas are
beck heeds are buying aim the one present
ibtfag fai the muck sad stud of a trench
that tea help ta bring hiss back- -back to
. Think bow EAsy mast dresss of MAad .
White CMkw.eb -they Bends! !)eo
they eto . .
ddt now to give year boy sn'extra War a k
"It like say other dsy'' at wrote a... a two And so then always be a
soldier (a boy you aslant bow) of Chrtot.last a.n.t.u1 gift The Insist

mestl se ytef rWe landed about- With a ftttun" -Wa sanded] asilthU

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