Title: The leader-enterprise
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 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 31, 1943
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00627
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
lccn - sn 95047482
lccn - sn 95047482
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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r.-Flia HOMESTEAD USO MARKS FIRST ANNIVERSARY STATE TO QUIT

AS SERVICE MEN'S. "IIOME AWA%' FROM HOME!'!I


,NBLIGHT'j 'Thursday, Jan. Sywtll mark the CARD SOUNDSPAHUPKEEP

tint anniversary of. year of

teeming activity tt the Homestead

j MOLE USO It wag on this date i rear I

age that Director W. E. D. Ward

arrived from Lebanon N, ))&;. to
,. take chars of the recreation center '
M aftermath of last week's for service men and. building lu III I .w thk hearing completion tot UM ..
ka i freeze, the appearance of potato on the groundwork already laid F new Overseas highway shortcut .
vblight la South Dade fields,
may by the local USO advisory com- ha resulted in much Interest
well wave,loves It was from learned the fOil ytterda/May cold Int....., to bromoto a program be-of emont hard Hihertneii< e* to ":

:y.t.; Prevalence of the blight will tweeh acquaintance the townspeople and friendliness and the whether the Card Sound bridge, :

.", appreciably euthe expected personnel of Homestead Field. direct, route to tht .Anglen Club
***Id, Potato men aay Immedlt The result of the undertakeis : and th*# femouq fishing splits
/> jy after"h. freeze, it was USO records .
evidenced by will bJ maintained.
that ,
hought, the S.ooo..cr..tubererop
practically unhurt with which allow a door count of ,200 Piers had bn *lpr wd that

highest ,damage estimated at perhaps military: the men local and clubhouse homefolk events attending the bHdi Would' .M kbandoncd, .'

ten per cent during a recent month. iorctng fishermen ke take he longer -
: Small activity reported
Was this
November 2,230 service NUt JewAih bridge
over Creek
.K week at the Florida dtr.6UU During
fWrarmen' Market by Manager C. then and civilian attended: the 13daneglv to reach food ftihlnr grooniU: 'i'J:1

p e,S,'PhllUpt.Th few tomatoes cotrtto n at the clubhouse, for M t fb* toba hue* et:the salt '
M In were finding ready buyer. wftlch It bo.t'Olunt..red Kenlor!! hostesses end their 1M toed Department, It was not known ;:
be said, and business was txpectt Junior what proylaiolt wbuld be made for
',*' U Inc NM around Jan 15 aaslrfanc 'Open how on Sunday the ,bridge but it wu aald thai
afternoons during this period was upkeep would likely revert to
attended by W7 per ona. Four
county ko\ltruntnt. Cbmmladon
SINGLE BLANK thousand three hundred envelopes Chairman Preston B. Bird aid
and cards were furnished the .
that the entire bridge lien U Moo.roe
writing room during November County and eonaequently oit-
COVERS COUNTY.OTY and 75 religious tract were given
t alde the Jurisdiction of Dade. No
also at-
USO personnel
away
money can be appropriated
EXEMPTION listed la finding housing obtained the Dade commission for main-
arraDged
trawling Information (Continued M Page SU)
for entertainment of service men
City applicant lee homesictj W local home, had garments not BUD or THK TUMMY, alAn:
exemption this year will ba required mended for soldiers and furnished A merry group at **Also In Homestead had no Imitation COUNTYTOSil
to file an application with sport equipment such M tennis In aiding Pvt. Dick Holstein to dispose of the turkey h* won at
the USO turkey chase Thanksgiving Day. At the end not a
th* county but not with the racquet to 11 men,
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city scrap was left on 4be bird bones at the buffet supper arrangedby IDLE PROPERTYIN
.. U In former yean, City; Tax As- A breakdown of local USO sera- the USO for Dick and his U friend who gathered at his
?lessor W. B. Cave announced Ice reveal that ft per cent of the invitation to help him celebrato. The chase was managed by
yeeterday. recipient are soldiers, three percent the Redland: District Lions Club. SOUTH HADE
However, return must be made are WAC. three per tent art .
both to the city and the county tailor,and three per cent military \ Due to Inquiries concerning
an personal property, and for all O
famlllea. One hundred fortylcurrent : S Sw
various parcel ct county-owned
.widow veteran and disability exemptions A
book are available la the / South! bade property the ceuhty;
be pointed tug
reading room Ill Victrola record commUalon Wednesday Instructed
TbU new procedure It the re.
*. a piano and a radio
Engineer Earle M Rader. to Max,
Mull or we law passed by the state
'*'kaaMature la IMS, which provide Organizations sponsoring regular pita a list of such to be advertised
monthly entertainment at for aale. Prior to advertisement,.
$snr,the flUng of one application the USO-are the Women' dub the properties will be appralaed,
.fer both city and county: home ot Homestead, tat Redland Neigh,
stead exemption. by; three licensed realton, two ol
'(. Home file borhoed Dub the American Legion whom will be selected from Home
owner may
exemption Auxiliary, the Redland P. stead. and one from: South Miami
appUcatlon from Jan. 1 to M
T.A.,'St John tpistoijsl Church, a
report County CommUrioher
Apr 1. reports Van C. Kiusrow, ;
the First Methodist Church of Proton 6. Bird.
acting county assessor and the .
'\ city assessor win be supplied with Homestead the First Baptist The sale will not affect county
copy of each application Bled Church of Homestead the Home- owned properties now in active
with and the stead Presbyterian Church and the ute such a* the local Future 1
approved by
county Altar Society of the Sacred b'I
.office Heart Farmer clubhouse he said,
Church. ,
In addition fa the regular program '
';OPAEXEnTVETO of dance and other entertainment FRANK ,N. IRWIN,
!, the ocal USO 1* small
i enough to vide a personal TAKES ON BITS
SEE LOSSES touch by arranging1 birthday par- .1 :
tie for the bay and observing '

other special occasions, Mr. Ward OF CONSTABLE
FROMCOLDHEKE point out. The clubhouse I. openant
trout | a 4 to lfl: 0 p.m.
except Sunday *bee the opening Pending appointment .by Ordpeasard
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To>> tear detail of wetUbW.sWeM" I. Holland ,
of a sueew
time 12 IS ,
I : On
I pm. Saturday
loss** from fast weeklfreece tot' v the late CojisUbl I. X,
night the closing hour 1 11 r
pjn.
Geoffrey..... OPA
price
jl jorough Frank ,5. irwin
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(Continued on Pap Seven)
executive,. ,. will vttH Pakok*. JonI eouniy fruit patrolman. ttmnomr
Uy has aatumed local eonataM
la the' meantime WIl ion 'L.Witoon. Stares Will Be 0111114 l BZLtO MOMUAt duttea. County Commission C** rma -
.director of the stoat term.rtes' AR Day far New Tire. a climax to a surprise party for 'Ot Iq, Wcnaar of FreetM B. Bird anuowaasd
market, bas dtrectod aa *a>- '=lfaabeth.' N. I, on his 21st birthday the USO arranged for him "
J to the OPA to defer J.tdIt .Toad or good aged to taMwoe his Mrther ir New urge. "* j Mr., tart*"will alts'
> oHsa plot on Fled .epaptattl >{ ttoaaat will W Jn**J an 4urday 6 we* a ** MflsHt TUs*.arse to' caroful artasummltnsasH 06" oft Ill ..aawwerte H leare .
ay Mrs. A. si Paul * USO seat( and OeoraVi tale,aUMMw. '
.
the' crop damage Is tor Mew Teats1* ; .. f1iIi" ,tt JIll,omi dense Mr Jfc4
The I'kriII i ?STE J? "iSffip dofli Made, + issUbaXi.'tuI da**...* itsihSWttfr .* *j a% I

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'.. ... ,.. .- to Stanley Camp Blending Wittkop, recently for inductionInto eallW : !

1" the armed force successfully ,
r lSERVICE lit
1 passed the physical examination Rr
for the U.S.: Manner and will j
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: S.C., where ht will undergo basic ,
\ Free Immediately afterward ht training. Of the thousand men I 1
CAPT. 'V.A. FREE *
,had bout with two then but taking the examination, only ten
was not able to score passed the tests, Mr. Wittkop report recd 'r.rho
HOMESTEAD BOY "They were in too big; tfhurry *. car .
to get home," be aald. "
After three yean at the University Klnsey Watts returned yesterday i s's
BAGSJAPPLANE of Idaho Captain Fret left from Camp Blending on Wave ,
to enlist in Sept 1.... He received 1 f'-U Jan. II when he will report
his wing at Miami oo Aug. Mrs. Watt and
for army service.
Br Set Des Bailey, Maybe Cery
e-a.t C "Pond"d II, 1H1. jester he spent II month their two children, Martha Louise' j I"n' :'e'-
at Corpus Christ, Ttxaa a* aa and Wilbur Glenn, will go to ,
Veto LaveUa (delayed)-Cap. lntructoi'V+I several month ago Greenville to make their home dope..
tale Wilbur A. Free of Homestead left for,duty oversea with Mrs. Watt parents, Mr. and 1944 't
Fla, a.Mtrtae lighter pilot bagged His mother la Mr*. J, U. Free Mrs. Joseph P..Andre** Mr. and :\,.; ...
his first Jap plane today ewer Inv Homestead.. Mrs. Watt had been living In ," e
I press Augusta Bay at Bougainville. West palm Beach for the past fewItayrrond.Bud ) "

Auguftv? Wynn, local postal month' : ... .''. .: .
Captain Fret and hU wlngmea dark, and.Garland Wynn member e . .I
1, encountered. the Jap plane Just of a Miami high school: faculty ) Sonwnen, who ,. :": OO: WE'WISH r 1

M they were arriving on station this weak wire inducted Into I went to landing U being kept In -" ' "' :,,;. . .
over the bay. the army at Camp !l1aD4ID,. Both: the hospital there for obaervalon.: I .:. :,, .. ::; "tO"p: : :. ... ,
"We'd beard about hem over are ton of Councilman and Mr*. . ..' / 1'. \ ... :, !
the radio a*we patted ewer Treasury I ,.. .
J. O. Wynn of Homestead. Mr* Dudley K. Hill UAH. ha re OUR '
Island" he said -and, a* It : '
and their- Jacksonville baa .
Augustus Wynn sort turned' to his ;" : f
turned out, they were headed for Brian, make their home here after spending a leave here.with . ,' '>:" 'A ., -'.... :' "" r ;
the bay and to Wert we. Then and Mr*. Garland Wynn lives in his mother Mrs. Evelyn 0. Hill, : .' , .
the fun began." lOam 'and his atsUr Mia' Barbara Hill .". ... ... '
i The Marine pilot said the Japanese ' . j j .. : .yvERY'HAPPY: ,
flight we made up of dire Wm. M. Bradley, eon , bomber with a fighter escort, a A. R. Livingston of Homestead Sunday to the-Orlando Air But 'tl1wpmL O.S i fI
total at about 60 plane was, inducted Into the navy Dse. after a short visit with hi* par- .
"I drat MW my boy at 11,000 II a* a lieutenant <]...) and la ents Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Thompson II 'NEW YEAR I ,I
feet," be aald. "Tbert were four taking Indoctrlnal training at Tier of Florida City.
of them, peacefully flying along non ArIa. Mr*. Bradley and their .
In formation. I opened my ship two sons'Bobby and Billy, are Clinton Bishop, U.S.C.G., I* expected \
up and took off after them." visiting herewith Mrs. Livings from his station in Tituavlllt :.-
For a fraction of a second Cap., ton. IX Bradley was agricultural to spend New Year's Day \
tain tree said, It wa something instructor at Groveland High with his parents Mr. and Mrs. L 'Buick Pontiac Garage
ot I duel between him and the lap School. K. Bishop.
dive-bomber' rear gunner. e (Opposite American Legion Tag Office) i
But I think I must have killed Pfe. Robert ChambUaa arrived James Nesbltt, Jr.. V-12 naval 7i :
hint with the first bunt" tit tald Christmas Day to'spend a one- student returned yesterday to
"101 he topped shooting Immediately. week: furlough with his stepfather Emory University after spending! '- J. E. Tweedy, Prop. ,
." and mother Mr., and 'Mrs. B. A. the holidays hre with his parents -
When this happened, the other Stafford. Pfe. Chamblia it doing Mr and :Mrs. James Nesbltt. -
three dive-bombers decided they army radio work at Nashville .
didn't like the looks of thing and Ttnn. Carl Greer, U.S.N, who recently -
broke away." pent a brief leave here with I :/ .
Captain Free followed Ul victim Mitt Catherine Sheffield, formerly hit parents Mr. and Mrs 1. H. '"
down about 14.000 feet. of Florida City, It on fur' Greer, has completed ml boot .
"Then.l bad 40 pull away, because tough from Fort Oglethorpe, O"., training and baa bem assigned to , .-a ViU'j, rr "r j jt i yB I j.rwr.rr ,
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He kept right on going, hit the ical supply office ot the WXC.
water, and exploded. Miss Sheffield 1* visiting her .
Shooting down the dive-bomber mother Mrs. EfHe Sheffield of .. .. . '
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/ didn't end the scrap for Captain 3020 S. W. IJthat in Miami t. : .. ,.

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The I top of the worlj to. :: ( ,FUTURE AND ON ONJ POINT AT LEAST ..
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folk) And
i you now ': Wl AM.H..MIT KISOLVm Wt.'AU: ; :r

listenWe're going J(>- :.!.
GOING TO HHYl-OU CUSTOMERS\
(ivc you till better II 4 N:
I STILL IFTTTK IN IM4. Out EARNEST ,
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ice In 1944. Think 's

caa?'W.Vt got a record 1 ,}': WISH K THAT THI COMIN YEAR MAT.,..", :

'1 to beat, I but Just:watch nt / ; 'tJAYi. WAN', ( UNEXPECTED PIESSINCS; "';";;/. .
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This U Our New Y w' :,.11 IN STORE KM YOU AND YOUtt.MENDlllCK. .. . ,, i
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December SIt 1943 HOMESTEAD, LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Page Three

.R IL S. RATTLERS youngdt+ ftllS.' team er a high Seliatic team "Jack and Jim. |
school tram end a quintet tram There will be no service on New A.
Homestead Field,announces Coach Years Eve but Sunday evening'
PLAY ST. PATRICK L. F Jackton. Mr. Miller will preach on The1Flrtt i .. ,
Man to Take a Submarine!:
WEDNESDAY NITE Nazarene Revival to Be Ridt." Special feature of the,
Continued Next WeekThe service will be sal ctiona by the
Nazarene quartet and the precaution
Redland High School basketballteam ROT. W. E: Melton pastorof by "Jack and Jim". of their
win play !it. Patrick' High the Homestead Church of tile latest composition, "Je.ua U a
School Naiartftt. announce the cootlnu- Special Friend of Mint All singers -
Jan.
Wednesday evening,
nce throughout next week of the art urged to be present M a
6, on the Redtaod court.A revival which I* being held by the note holding contest will be con
preliminary game will be Rer. Jack C. O>bora. and the Rev., ducted. Sunday morning Mr. Ot-
staged between either two of the Jamet A. Miller of the radio evan- bora will speak on "Stand Fad"
A pedal children'a service
I"". ,,,, held each i prlxef art awarded for special accomplishment
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75 Descendants Left TIM:"! Tick lock 1943 ]im

I ,, t s Wais.D. By Mother of a R\Lee 21 U wWlof .... Another Mad, ". i
Joyce st 'tr
Mr*. Ellen IV Lt*. a3k mother! .! we kept, Mark letter veer. It j
.1944 '. of C. & Lee of Homestead, died .
. i or ahead *f ... Let M eater It withnew \
.. : Monday In a Miami hospital Fu.
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J. nen) tervlcft "rr."held.Wednes'j :. seal, sear hope, sew tAjeelire *- '
. p.if u 11. w day in a Miami funeral home with "lit *. LooVlaf forward, we wit .
. ' the..Rer. /. C., GIII\IIIIIPo pastor .
y."it 1IIfto4 all the Ike
(, : of the Calvary Baptist Church of yw Uttelagt luigkl \
f\\ ,Ptirhsslri .... fttotatil\l. Burla7 wat lui Woodlawn) New'' ear eM peedWy L....... . . .
,,r ,Agent ..i Park Cemetery. |
', t.:';,'!;.. Mrs Lee. who made her born 1111 .
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.. came to South Florida 43years D.CCofemanW.Cecil ,' ,
ago from Screvent County,
Ga
Besides the ton In Homestead,
aha leaves four other: C. B. of
Fort Lauderdale; W. J. of Miami; ; ,
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R. T. of Wilmington, N.-C.; and
B. F of Plant City two daughters -
Misses Muss and Ltttle Let; I [ I I:
38 grandchildren, IT real-grand-!t tI
I children, and three
lrelt-arelt-I
"" :grandchildren,

I Mrs. Charlotte J. Pone I

Dies at Daughter's Home
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Mrt Charlottt Jane Pope, '12, '0
for AHOJJJ died Sunday at the home of her 4
on-ln-Uw and daughter Mr. and
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60M 0 OIL I services 'f'.'

I.. H. Crantofrd pastor of the
i First Baptist Church of Horat-
Iappha I stead, and the body was tail to
< Tifton, OaH for burial. 1944 1944
o lac Mrt. Pope leaves: four sons, J, \
'- R. Pope E. J. Pope and H. O
Pope of Homestead and V. L.
1944M Pope of Panama City; three
daughter, Mra. Dewey Pylw andMrs. WatsonCXXRKOr
B. A.Pylet of Homestead and
;; 14.... J. N. Delaney; of Moultrlt.
'I' Ctj and a hall-&ater.& Mr*. Ruthle
11 Davit of Norman Park; Ga
" James T.;; Wilson N.... Pope came to Homettead I CRIMINAL COURT OF RECORD
{> year ago from Norman Park
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COURT OF CRIMES

Superintendent of Public Instruction. OPAOFFICERContinued CIVIL COURT OF RECORD
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r atonal delegation last week.
An overall report on damage toe.
florida' crop revealed an ettlmatM -, i
Ion of 5,000 carload of)
,, ,, fresh vegetables with a resultant ,
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: pecuniary low -to growers of
[ : JS.000,000. Approxbriately' 3,1001
carload of product are reported I
1't. 1 to have been killed outright, and,
anothir 1.200 carload lost In reduced
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Negro Murder SuspectIs I

Held in County Jail! NAPPY

Therlu Everett, 36-year-old!
Oould negro U being held In they; to Wont
county Jail for investigation In I
connection with the fatal tabbing'
of another negro, WUllt c.
1400-1 ander In Gould, Friday A.hX-1
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While making an
with 'Acting I Constable
;t. '
Irwin at the scene of the N'j 1914H. 1944.
Friday bight Peace Justice Sid ,
' .. Kendrick ttumblsd In the dark and ,'>4,':"
dislocated his collar bone. i "
/'.: I Overstreet r y
Earnest
Christmas Slides Will .

:f"it Walter H. Beckham 'Be Shown to Methodists
a
Colored Elides of Christmas pade County Tax Collector

scenes will be presented 1>y the
' Judge Dade County Juvenile Court RJV. O Sewell, pastor of the FtratIMathtJlrt
Church of
sit Uw Soarity evening HornwtMd.1;
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IIQMESTEAD LEADER they to sponsored by the state

ENTERPRISE board of health In cooperation

( ...... .. IOU I with tat U. S. Public Health Service NE'V. YEAJVS GREETINGS TO EVERY1100T '
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the firmed force and the State '

hNloW e... leak hUve Des. ,.......n.-b.4.... o..s.-r.rim.be Civilian Detente, according to Dr.l HAVE A GOOD TIME AND DROP IN TO SEE 119
health
t Henry Denaon, Florida
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an AKCHCRPlMUOTl !:
..* UttOT Florlda'avenereal rate the I I1F.t1' 111WR YOU APE AlWAYS VERY WELCOME HERE
MAJUMR LUCK AKCEUMMrtM : highest |In the country, every possible
MM* ciiaaneUwiU be uUliiad In
t WAIT rtRRRX DICdNtONI d'ttrlbutlng Information about the
.,_ eMIUllCaII'TlON f'\IM prevention and cure of the
diseases, -
l aUDk. MW campaign It was said if a
0,40 Cw.Ma I. let.1 4 lies remit at request by the army and
I r? IJ
.. V C u>tjn I _. 111.11 navy for clvit en cooperation In
O.LwI Sin IIM, in, !*... I jhetr fight to'eontrol the diseases
'I among services men.
....... r .... .... ergs ruse The point** be treated in the
:>n7.II 1111.no M 10 UM%*PM w rfflM a MBn .r drive qr,: 1, Atnereal diseases arecstcunt FRANKLIN GROCERrCOMPANY
Hunk .. RIM *, fWiereal diseases are
dangerous; % venereal diseases
The Question of the Pay can be cured, 4, everyone ahputd) t '
have i blood t fit-and treatment
w By Annie MtTV ,... ryfs.atrlekif should be obtained only fronwa

read or not to read-that teems doctor or at a public health clinic i
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to be. the 4' -
4 queftloa the day.Ault "r:; "
J still want to knov' the things
the news hounds tiav to aay -,
But Teadlnf down their page, each
day, more oft than not I And ,
Pie things that route to life again

the worries In my mind. ... .
: I t ionee I story, then, thfj ph ao ,.
Innocently starts
Aboift, a girl. and boy whe meet ..
n and own they are tweetheart .i '
Rut In that story somebody win ' :

let the sal call .. J:.
t I ekes the boo and lay It down. 4 "
| cannot read It all.
The radio I then tune In and try
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Out comet i walling tort of sons
or a lOb sister bit.

Tl)at starts |*y worries off again .
No faith
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Until I get myself In hand and
find again my tower
Ol ttrtngtfc Tit prayer, I ak YERR JOY
Thee Lord, to help me to
hold fast
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.Ai surely ai Vie morning tun di.-,
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former, f tor onreatead the writer High division Schoolteacher ) / OH THE THRESHOLR OF 144 IT MAY BE APPROPRIATE TO 'i

of the Jacksonville Woman't dub ENVISION A BETTER yyORiD% ., KA WORLD WHICH SHALL ]
of which the to a member. Mrs.
Arpan It In Jacksonville with her ,( AffORD JP ALL: NATION n-tE'tAEANS OF DWELLI I INCA IN
husband, Lt. (J g) Floyd Arpaut, {
photogni instructor at the SAFETY WITHIN THEIR BOUNDARIES AND WHICH WILL AFFORD ,IJ
Jacksonville. Naval Air Bate ,
ASSURANCE; THAT ALL MEN IN ALL LANDS MAY LIVE OUT :
till
BLOOD BROTHER
,THEIR. LIVES' IN FREEDOM FROM FEAR: AND WANT. MAY GOD .
I watch with wonder while my
red Hood flow SPEED_Itt CAY. WE PRAY AS WE SEND YOU OUR NEW YEAR$ 4
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her ': A'" _QRIETINGS.
That Join my heart to valiant *
ones "when fear '". ., V.' .'
Of death was let than fear Of .. ..
s tlavey't woes. : f" :,
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Tke blea Ag Bro'herhood of MM ; ; BROOKERLUMBEwe0/'i I
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linked to m*
By bead. that pulse with Ufo'i 'J ,.
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t ; -................................. state road engineer, at hit headQuarters .

I Your Dates to the Preston B. Bird ':.
t' l building on S. Kronw ave. The J

: With Uncle Sam drawbridge over Jewish Creek ....

! 1\ .*.... .. .. ...... should Roadwork be finished has within been 30 ".

i MEATS, FATS-Brown stamps handicapped by the d'1
:, L, M. N. P.. and Q good through labor and materlali, be said
\ Jan The 65-mile1 road section 'front
> Jag L R U good through I
XI. B become good Jin. S and Mary Place on Ramrod Kv(4
i )remain good through Jan. 29. Half-way House on Lower 'Matej.. I i
I .' Span stamp I on first page Ra- cumbe to now open to travel. Sli
; .' lion Book 4 good for 8 points for wooden bridge hare been eliminated -

; t purchase of pork through 1.1I 1 by the new rout .
h .PROCESSED FOODS-Oreenjatamps Top dressing i* Mw beingplaced '

D. C an4 F In Book Four on the still between(hi
good through Jan. SO. monument at Matacumb'JCl1lnelPIrate'
Cove and this section of "
,; SUGAR-Stamp No. 20 In Book
roadway I* expected. to be opened
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to travel withUutn* next twoweek
?an. U. *. At a llHff'later date, tht ," "
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i One food for 1 PS**. Stamp No. south a* Perky, his said : ;... J 1-
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Bought by Miss Hensley :
I to merit your p tronige '
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Mia Maria Heniley, glrla phys '.
j leal education instructor at Homestead in 1944. Rightnow ;,,- ''
High School, and her par- J
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onto. Mr. and -Mr P. H. Henaley say ".
have bought the Ono A. Weft '
Happy New Year .
., 'iii ''properUe on N. E. Second eve. .!'-',' , .
and are making their home here. To You and Yours . : 'f':":"

Mr. Ifeniley la employed attranIator .. : 's"" ,. ;
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can only spend each Suture you our sincere I .. ; .

'day 4n Homeatead. Their new thanks for your pat. SMITH-GRAVES'FURNITIJRE CO.NAPPI ,

toldlnr, Include a two-itory real in 19 U and ,. ,
four-unit apartment ronage to : > ,.I" !' : .: ',r" ",, .
a } ..; .r"J.; ; t. ;. "
house, and a cottage. with you and yours a'. '

K Mr. and Mrs. Writ, their ion, most Happy anti Pros y " '
[I Elbert, and their daughter Mrt., '..
New Year
%: m. s. Hathaway and her baby, prrouft
\ Linda Anne, are living at 801 S Remember, we are I' ,

pldgewood ave. In Daytona Beach., always at your servier.Brown's> ;


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dilation to authorize any expenditure -
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I pot hold title.Approximately. PharmacyHERMAN'S
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;r.; I sky f.( a portent of pro i. r
\t.';.', ;: glimpse of the reality that, peed Ae ; ,

?. day! lie beyond the turn of the roa .t .
I I, Freedom i* on the 'march.! S>

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LOADS Of IOOO'LUCK
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lars of the sum WM originally ear
ANNIVERSARY marked for furnishings, and fl,73i ,

tor repairs, but the latter budget

was mIMed a bit to take care of I .
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,., (Continued From Page One) the extensive- remodeling of the ,fI
to allow M additional half hour, building into the present modern,
of dancing | clubhouse with dance

'Hit ground work for the local'i lounge, faculties for gamse, I
USO was done t>y the advisory I rooms and kitchen "oar'l I
committee formed In November'I I During the first year of the

at 1MJ with C. J. Parman at paid assistants of Mr, Ward

chairman, Hn 3 R. Brooks, vice-, Mrs. A. F. Arthur, Miss Anne Wilson 06
chairman, Mrs E. A. Buchanan, I and Mr. A. E. Paul the present .1 f1flPPY 0 YfoR

secretary; and Edward Norman,: official hostess. Th Rev

Jr., / R. Brooks Walter Welii I Marvin T Murphy, pastor of I II 194,4 t
and Mrs. John Barker at other j I Homestead PresbyerUn Church:
memb n. Working actively with ha* been actively identified with
the committee have been Mrs I the USO work. .

.' Adrian Jacobs, personal represcntativt .I 1 I Before assuming the director
f' of Mayor T. J. Harris, and.I(ship of the local USO, Mr. Ward
Capt. Raymond Martin, special was director of the Lebanon community --
"{ service officer at,Homestead Field,'e house and served as *ee. ,
M.... Brook has tine resigned retary,of the Chamber of Com j ..

At meeting of the commlttM merce: and of the Lebanon Rotary f More) them a JVj'ffla century 0901

w' late last year with J. L. Zwlnglt, Club. For It years he was with Ir Robert Barry Coffin wrote
the Y.M.CA. In India. From litt '
Atlanta regional USO executive
and Ralph H. Darner, associate to 1131 he was 'YM.cA. Indus .\ tt tray. ships that went to amore
.i regional supervisor, establishment I trial secretary In Bombay and } than fifty yean 0901'Tfcno
:'J i l Calcutta, and later served as general haw back
pf the U 9'in lot Bedland District yet corn to me,
Chamber of Commerce secretary In AsiuM, Egypt ; and fro. ,
ti building plirt. p aolllng to
I For four years he wa" agent of
i was officially approved and t
'' a,000-a-yrar appropriation was a mission station la Turkey where wl don't want that to happen to

:j set up.for the work here. i for I time he was acting consul In kind friend. This year AJXla '
t ,jHarpoot He also did Y.M.C.A.work. ,
4 the
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the USO as Its chosen agency to t Mass.. Mr, Ward received his A.Bdegree NEW YEAR
f. handle the local work. ;I with Phi Beta Kappa honors .
f'r Appropriation of $8,758 for modernization .1 at Amherst College In 1KW

and furnishing of the He did graduate work at Columbia -
building was authorized and Mr.' University In 1923 and 1929.

Parman was.appointed supervfs-1'I Ward also Is a trained : : '
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Uninutm tanlaa1 tm Miami at IN M. B. lot AM.I Ch... B. Withers. Teal MM
MUM. CwL Mn. Trf. IMT, SwTlut the Pwb TkMnkM 1 thin Twriiwr for . :
l> TMU*. Ural.. U Dlitaun MwlM Sharon > Shlr/ae Ql>k End Lfrkiessarkw : : it: :'
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f pnbUau whlofc tbh was .tthe I .immediate InfonnatlaaTW I j .'
f year brlnlr I* many anew .d .:. moving and nfortft Arm. b aalUmd ..
sae MlaMbhiMliU, will IM fnatlf Hav1M see of Ka ....... .atabUalin. >a>tat >
nt the Envies will W daze s.(. ta kM I* IM loath. knvlnr Mrwtab
: k, rrlcfentlr and npidltloMlr' If the at.Icnwnt territory for the pool KL (nar* i ikM it
t It := to the JOHN OrWITHERS eonU.ii.llr Iwaf His working Mull
AND,STOBACECO : manl ..a to the mlnnU, an4 n nan tmlahrlM
{. at Minot to ta Man, s.nay'.f whom hew
'I, This amwni KM wmual (a Movlii, parkins and stony ""< either who kan ken taught tk. tochnkm II
I beaeMld vood. so ..... bad every ....... praMra M that whoa yon
dray aanica endel l b ..._II.UP"'" Ma the iarriaa at UM JOHN !C. wrTHRM'I
Iwd kr inn '"T Ions. npvrloiM I* tab' A-STOSACI CO of Miami. ,.. nan ttrrta. .
spaisl aside
later ea and One nad mew _
IMF awing .... ten UK Mnallaitana. Mar M ........ thmfora, whin n s..dd I JT
+ promote nHova problems that mutt this tirpa at ......... thtt: ron sin this 'It j
la,wlvl an the wall nml .......... hod Inn a ....... Mr Man Mlll.tr the _M. .
whir '"rfct< .with Ions mparlanat bow and ......'"t Kanam'at: Ibis maHw.< .
.the..l nwlka .. ma Inatoatlr nM ai* ..
Instable at MaMini nth .........., aa that iwran. Arm > well know In thai .aloneAde.
tha took af mwrlmt ar MaMn, will an. +
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at Union g melee Mnanur In UM Iras gym n. ............ .
,a* welt M IW atMaiav. of IneonwnllMa CARPENTERS' LOCAL 1944. 144
to Ov parser I Uw work Son.*. *
Ne. UM ,
Thin atrrlx .InelMha Mt ...,, axMtiaj ,' ,
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iklavhis or ,::.:: kaullnf tl nay THURSDAYS I P. M t' .....
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on the .......... to this Inn, Mil .L: '
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'11 i\ ." IDE holiday' greetings to out customers I .' : i. I' J Happy. New'Year.BARNES' '

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CROWD> PANCES TO ORCHESTRAAT NKW TEAR KBSOLCTIONtAKB NFL: (Ul-VUN MARRIAGE TAKES PLACE
I MADS ItT UONS$ CIV 'I
PRErCHRISTMAS DANCE IN U S O (LUB New Year resolutions made*by:'!I ON CHI I&TMAfJ EV AT HOME OF BRIDE

busbaodi for their /yes and
A record erowtfUSO gttegdzd the, toy whistles, masks, keyholden. wises $or their husbands were a The marriage of Miss June white and a bridegroom a military -
dance on Die. I when more WON| mustache, awl like small mirth-provoking feature of ladl,' Vrana, daughter ef Emil K. Vr natj I dress Chicken sandwiches.
the USO. The Redland I fruits, nuts candies oneS
gifts from punch
than two hundred entitled men night program of the Redland District Master Sgt Keith E.: Nelson,
Q.} A. contributed huge of candy were served,
end seventy-five girls danced to''' for the girls to share with their Lions Club!, Tuesday evening; U, .4.. pl Ch,"rennft Wfo, and ft present Sgt, and Mrs. Nelson
Carl Wagner, ,
the music of the O.T.U. program chairman
orchestnj escorts. I was In charge I| the plltmpr hospital In Corali are making their home at JIM
directed by Sgt Sherman Ed-:!
Assorted sandwiches, ioe*cakes, A 'i I Gable, took place H p.m. Christmas Pamopa area In Coconut Grove
'War" covered dish supper wall
Special feature of the holiday I coffee and fruit punch were sined I served te upproxlmnlply ssvcntym Ev- at 'he home of the bride The bride WM graduated in 4Mt
at the snack bar. The bostesieiIncluded (,n Sliver Palm dr from Radian High School and
party were a. treasure hunt supervised I, : \ and guesU. pe*| guests
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.: by the Rev. 'arvln T: Murphy : Mrs Clyde Bantow Mrs.F were Mr and Mrs. George 'audMr. The }.andle light. ceremony was Attended i the VcIXm-eJI. 1..1\0'1 l of
pastor of the Homestead j J Norman Jr.. Mrs Vans 111rI : : and Mrs. Lclttgd{ Shepherd of PfII"rtlrmd by Chaplain W.-n Tag- Downing ,*' Mod liny In N /
rim Win H. Syket. Mrs C. E. .rt of the Biltmure tuft I York CI.y.
Presbylerlan Church, and a floorShow j I the Coral Gable dub g TO nup-
cHr-cled by Ptc E. Ran T. I Stark and Mill Bertha Nlll Ham-i At the nex> meeting Jan U. the tiul music, the bridal couple comedown fillNlao Whoa pauiitu Ir'
Retells of the 471ot unit during man. club will detvmtn which ati Ujireftifs a white-spread till to Uwrctj deceased. DTlgiattlly opus from
the dance Intermission Informal music*! prpgrams were", oLt UWMsugget for the, .! between the living room and Castor. Wyo lie received hu education -
'. Cpl W A. Williams ef the airbase pros! tiled at the USO on Christmas proposed marker for Hadland Oit-i f I SWWl.mm.where they exchanged In the Wyottlng schools,
code room sod Cpl. Alex Eve and Sunday afternoon trice service men and )V %I\Cn.! :I' their vows before an Improvised and after hit graduation from collage -
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Crow at the 0- T. U. were first with Christmas carolers addingto ; rfar decorated with fern, palms Ib-re. war employed as a cer-
and second prize winners In the I the holiday atmosphere. On I i and Florida holly tilted accountant for an oil company -
Club of Homestead. and the Thursday -
hunt In which 30 enlUUd menparticipated. Christmas Eve, Miss Mabls Ruth dance, at which the OTU: The bride wore a white chiffon until he went Into service.CONN1E .
j. Miss Anne Shackleford and
Pope, '
gown with long alcoves, sweetheart
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la, the floor show, Ant prize' John Pope, Jr., played for the enlisted by St John's Episcopal Church.I neckline and a long full eklrt : CAMrptli
went by. acclamation to Sgt Wm. men. Popcorn balls, cookies The Redland Neighborhood Club Her beer shoulder-length veil HOSTESS AT LANCE
I Moley who soft-shoe and fruit punch were served Sun I 1 held In place by coronetof 1 hostess
gave a tap will be the hostess group for the was I Connie Camvbell was
dance, and second place was day afternoon by members of dance Saturday night, Jan. 8, and white rose, and the carried .n| Tuesday night at a format dance
awarded Pfc. Cllf Ostermeyer for W.M.U. Circles Three and Four women of the First Methodist! arm bouquet of whit gladioli In his vocal numbers. Other entertainers of the First. Baptist Church of Church of Homestead will entertain Mr and Mr. Claude Campbell
Homestead, and a fruit cake donated Her maid of washer sister furnished victrola
were T-Sgt Duane 'Shen- at the open house from 4 tot honor >I Music was by I
berger who gave an exhibition of by Mrs.* Nettle Alaobrook M p.m. Sunday, Jan. 9. Mill Lot Vrana, who wore and guests were eerved a buffet
whistling and S-Sgt. Bill Edwards was enJoyed. Among the host I gown of old rote taffeta with supper of assorted sandwiches,
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CpU A. Xapit and Pfc ,ewes at the open house were Mr*. Mr. and J.tTM. Forte were 1 I!burgundy velvet trim and a bar- olives, fruit rake, cookies, candles
cut Smith who I8n,. S-Sgt Edwards Howard L. Johnson, Mrs J. Torn hosts at a family dinner Sunday.! age of pink carnations and punch.
and T-Sgt. Shenberger sang Vann and Mrs R. J:. Edwards. i Out-of-town guests were Mr and: < Master Sgt Heskell Carbon of The guests were: Joy Peters
"! "SUent Night" and the group The 427th squadron dance Tuesday ! Mrs. J. W. Ludlam of Miami and, the Biltmore was but man. Barbara Home, Margaret Borne,
joined in the chonu. night was attznded by more, Mr and Mrs. Richard CalA all! A reception followed the cere Dorothy and Bitty Loa I.uk.-AI-
Assorted sandwiches, doughnuts than one hundred girls from Ml-j South Miami 60 their daubter',1 mony. The dining room table was bert Hlnman, Jr. Billy Perkins
and coffee were served throughout aml and Homestead. The Contact, Susan Mrs. Cain Is a I centered with a three-tier wedding Wade Hatcher Russell Horn Jr
the evening Hostesses were- Orchestra from Miami Beach furnished -'! of Mr. and Mrs. Forte and .] cake topped win miniature Joe Reynolds and George .and
Mrs Frank Belts, Mrs Ana l Barrow the music, and there was; Ludlam Mr*.'Forte'* sister. I figure of a bride in the traditional i,Olinn Dickinson.

Mrs. Raymond Insua. Mrs an excellent floor show . --- .
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Carl Robinson, Mrs Chris Peter- A gala New wasplannid
sen. Mrs. 1:. E. Vlhlen and Mrs. for last night with'music l
Fred Suber Others who assisted by the OTU orchestra, and spe-J
were Mrs. Paul Leaner :Mrs Law del entertainment end refreshments -!

rence Pope and Mrs Tom Torbert. bel j
Approximately two hundred fifty Customary openhouse will
enlisted men and girls enjoyed. told Sunday afternoon with Informal -
the dance Christmas night when music, games and refreshmeDta. t-
Sgt Geeeman of the security unit) The Tuesday night dance''
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GIRL ins the ceremony were Mrs. Wm. art, Mrs A L. Unier.
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i SGT. I Hopkins Mrs.. Ceo. Allen, Mn ter Home. Mrs. Julian ,
IN SIMPLE CEREMONY IN BASE CHAPEL Virginia Edwards and ...... A. F: ted, Mn A. A. Bussey
: SOCIAL EVENTS, Arthur ,|IE. Smith, Mn Andy 7
Mist Ruth Has of<< Cincinnati and their attendant left the After a brief wedding trip to I Mix Howard L. Johnson 1
1 ,,, , ,,,,, _. I church, which wee decorated with Miami Beach Sgt and Mrs. WU- man Wlllsms, Mr*. Bryan ',
I .nun" " nu"' ""+nu"+nuWAn U r rot became the bride of Sgt Fidel 1
gladioli, tuberoses and palms, they helm will make their home In Mrs Wm. Hathaway, 11I
". TONIGHT CLUBWOMEN GIVE i WUhelra of the 1071st guard pasted under an arch of crossed Homestead For several day priorto I I Talbot end Mrs. Foal Jr '
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USUAL NEW TEAR'S DANCE squadaon of Homestead Field in gun formed by a guard of honor her marriage, Mn WUhelm was Marvin T. Murphy MI'II'
Mn. Ceo. It Fitzpatrick U' a ceremony performed by the I from Sgt Wilhelm's squadron. a house guest of Mr and Mn Smith and Mn C: Hi Denb '
Rev. Michael Nixon at I a.m. Monday I Guest from Homestead attend- Arthur. visitor
chairman of the New Year dance
In the base chapeL The couple I The children present wi'Ian
's which will be fIvcn from 10 pjn.: was extended by Miss Lydia I GLEANERS HAVE ANNUAL CHRISTMAS Ie. Howard Johnson
until I assnL tonight by the Worn Vlhlen and Sgt Frank Q. Me- I and Donna Talbot Jeaq and*,!
an'* Club of Homestead la the: Manus. I PARTY AT HOME OF MRS. A, E PAULThe Fogle, Laura McGraw, Den'
The bride was attired In a white Anne Lott, Sandra Lanier, Br
clubhouse
l'" I chiffon gown whose sweetheart I annual Christmas party of of carola and the playing of games. Delllnger, Sherry Lou It
Serving with Mrs. FItzpatrick neckline displayed a heartshapedlocket the Gleaners' Class of tha First Fruit cake ambrosia with Karen Bishop Angelina and 1 1Bussey
an the following chairmen' refreshments gift of the bridegroom. A I t:Baptist Church: of Homestead was whipped cream, and coffee were Juanlta Sml:b, I CardS'bU
L Mrl James 1.. Bird: short veil fell from her white ,held recently .t the home of Mrs. served A towering Christmastree Roberta, David Mathews
r advertising. Mn. E. A Buchananand ] beaded Juliet cap, and she carried :A. E. Paul. Other hostesses were: poinsettias and Florida holly Carl Smith, Jackie Cave, MaMorphy
F. B. Gran; mack bar, a shower bouquet of white gladioli Mn. Virgil C Lott. Mrs. Fred wars used to carry out the holiday ?r, J. Lee Smith, "
Mrs. Edwin: McCarrah and Mn. and tuberoses. Mrs. M. A. Murphy, Mrs. atmosphere. Mrs. West wa Danny and Waives William,'1
Rent Belch; and hostess at the Miss Vlhltn wore a frock of James Roberta, Jr. Mn J, C. presented with a gift by members ny Sherard, Dexter Hare .
door, Mr*. Burley Dend,. green marquisette with a Juliet Davis and Mr*. B. Caves, Jr. of the class. who also exchanged : Stephen, John and Nicky
I cap of gold sequins. She carrieda Mn S. L. West class teacher .I.presents.
LODGE TEAM TO INSTALL nosegay of pink gladioli and and Mrs. Labaa K. Bishop,.Jr. Other members prnent were: .
COCONUT GROVE OTTICERSA tuberose gave a Christmas devotional whichwas Mrs. D. H. Delllnger Jr., Mn A. READ THE WANT
A team from Liberty Rebtkih A* the bride and bridegroom followed by the group singing, E. Campbell Mn. Ernest: W..Sher* .

"" Lodge on Tuesday evening will (o
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cert for Coral Rebekah Lodge No ,
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)S Jan. Quarterly fellowship ,
;1 ;.. f supper of rIm Methodist Church
).) of Homestead.'
,; Jan. J-VSO open houae
f i .. Jan. S-Meeting of BJ-WC 1944 k
; with Mr*. VT K. Walton.
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Jan. Meeting of South Dade
Garden club at home of Mn. ...
Chris Petenen
I' Jan. 4-VSO dance sponsors :"
by the Woman' Club of Home- .
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Jan. e-USO dance sponsored by .: ,. .. r c... :f. :.f .' '
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Jan 7 Offlclal visit of worthy
grand matron of OES.. to Ad i
Astra Chapter
.'. Jan. 7-Meeting of Princeton
Casualty Station. ; I
Jan. Luncheon given by Mrs.
t Sam J Davis for worthy grand Our. entire business h
I.. matron of O.I.S.: .' La I) rift union. .
. : Jan -USO dance sponsored by
i t Redland Neighborhood Club. friendship. We look upon all our customers as our
.! Jan. -USO open house sponsored
,. by the First Methodist friends end ere.determined to give them the friend a.
Church of Homestead

t { Jan. I visit of worthy ',.. lest service possible.' Is our aim to wrap+ up a little ,.,
J grand matron of O.EJJ to Naranf ; a' .

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must obtain a
more-volunteer help and congratulated local group '
ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTS EXPLAINS rKOGKAM AIMS J during the coming year.explained. I ot worker for their hospitable 1
Miss Eleanor Wilson of New Mill Wilson the high and untiring services at the USO '"
i I kwuuuwuuuunt' tcr.uwinu" ",,,,nnu.mhnnmwu.vuunnuuumuwuihuumHU,,, , , , , 'nu.n, ''nw. York City, national head of worn-,, requirements tor junior hostesses club house. '
ell" activities of the USO-YMCA. ;
FESTIVITIES FOR STATE 0. E. LEADER was honored with a reception! .

SET BY AD ASTRA, NARANJA CHAPTERSAd Monday evening In th* USO dub0 -,i
house & which tfitt Invited;

Aitr Chapter of th-..0.tS. Mr, Sam J Davit and Mr*. Olin I If women and girl tolerated In
local USO work. .Happy New Tear U tie pete *l this
Will entertain Friday evening, Jan. Edwards worthy matron of Ad
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7, Mr*. Winnie Myth*, of 'Coco*. Ajtri and Naranja chapter, ar i Miss Wilma ...bo.11 accompanied *......"*1 W* wart .very"e U Hni
'wo 'th7''|rend watrtn of the trend among the district hostess.fly.Inf \ ., by two of th* Miami USO- that w. regard Ik* popularity at tM He*.'
chapter of Florida who will orgy a banquet in honor ot MM.Blyth YMCA staff George Ajlesworthan
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way M M a* *' grave,
In MJami, tomorrow for a at I p.m. Sunday la theMlamttWoman's |. Bill ,ffelnon.. spoke to the .
W wU meet that ....*..
the 600,000 volunteer resaeatstbOlty. *
"Perks official! vWta.Ja,1Jtstrte Club building J group on
)q. Initiation-cersmonle! wlU be On her visit to'Ht..d. Mn. women who Ira making each of *ik4Utybraaakis. every agog.*.......

conducted, and..vwl'new-m.m- BI7the.will be an, overnight gut* the, 1800 USCri "a horn away MC service tm tytt.H. .
bers will, b* reIIIIvM..tnto, the of Mr*, Davis; who wUl honor tilt from, horn" toe member: .t the

Chapter- ... .worthy crud ,matron., with a armed fore**, .
. 10(..*.". fl l..wlItjrillt Narahjan : Ulnchoa<*t..the: .ovia.homt..en 1 JBM told of the rapid'expulsion ,
\ ,Chapter-oukSa y,,". :,15.. Saturday Jan; I. J", of ,t rwrk'with' the resultant I ,
.: Increased demand tor 'funds; and I

I' } ATMTYJR4.MAEJZED. AT'CHRISTMAS, : 1: I pointed out
PARTY.glEH BY.MR.: AND MRS..SeJDAVISi. i
Mrr.i. > ;j,ttytrDttvir,!ere fgenda.,adtowvlwitcer'un*be] wtaflte the-back*., -ot*'th*,"stove*'(or -thirty| . i y-r, ,. .. .
host .t a fitttfiUoWMjod Cbriitmai .toll b* preatBt. .- r" f
party, IMonday".* rigiat.thcir 'TUcueata, Included U. ;and f '-,. ta'irlafrr food' look and taste
horn on Farm :Uf*>d. Mrs. Donald James, Jr, Mr, ajxl better They "make bulky toods.
Mrs. J. A. ROtherham. Cot" and
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J.Th* nativity,and th* scene*with nipt'appetizing.: Vegetable glia-
,ih<_ wile. men and the. shepherds Mr. Ralph W. KJII&mIn.Mr.. tfningwith ,fat whet the appetite
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were' drm.tlxed by Miriam' andi Mrs. J. T '' Hammett, Mr I and satisfy, ',Using,low point fats I
Holing Katharine Weber, Margaret and Mr O ,W. Chase, Mr; and makes It possible to'keep { Inj!

e. tout and fJirlos Gab). Mr*. Wright and granddaughter the diet.
and Mr. and Mr, Reid Holmes and
Marshall Holmes, and Ralph I
Frederick R Weber, Jr., all garbedIn family Mn Beta Thomas Mn Vitamin A 1* the only Vitamin! McCRORY'S
appropriate costume Mr*. Ceo.I W. E. Gaby and children, Mrs. W. which your body can store up'
f Wright read the Christmas W Cunnyngham and Mr*. Freder- against winter need, It can be' ,

story and Mr*. W. E Gaby and ick It,. Weber and Children found In leafy vegetable like(

)Ire, Davis played a IOn accom-1.-....................... spinach,,ksle, turnip top and yel-i
paniment the piano and the, low squuh. '
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joined In ringing ''I: ; ; ,
,Night" White sauce with a touch 011 "-
Mri Weber, president of the grated cheese hard cooked egg or l, ,

Itedland ghborhood Hub gave chopped parsley make a different
an Interesting preamble! to a dish of potatoes, carrots, or tur- \
Christmas: poem she read. Lt. nips. It adds calories calcium,
Pal James sang "Ave Maria" and I and other nutrients
other Christmas songs to accompaniment -:
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:. t. played by Mr*. Holmei Egg should be cooked ovet a
Mrs Wright gave a reading[ slow heat for best results; high '
,. "Christina tong Ago', for the 1 i temperatures toughen egg protein! 'L kfl11TIL Tilt 00 YkAll ..
adults, and followed with a humorous -:: For hard cooked egg, water ...
one for the children. I| should be brought to a boil, theI .
Gift were exchanged and lint I I eggs covered, then the fire turned cA On ar h \ .


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InlMIn'l Is.vs.taoar nrMir M4 MtlMt I( a sew red ktTkh
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sea a firm ,..U kMra for .-.. easy hires ... 1M .........
luullitk U kitMMy kuBtMHuh Mm ales .... M bad ttoak ..
Uw "home b hale 'Its roof shake
M law MM RNA Ml Mir bROOFIKd valise enrolls '"f til kh>* M tile kmrt 0'1": may may .};
00.f MlMl. trio*. Prowc poor k_ while m.Wrfir the wind, blow through "It flit storms
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Too, rid r.prs.eb Salo abowt I par an still avon.Al.Ada.Try enter, the rain may enttr", but ot New Year's even.

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Day after S.,. and rose arty r"r, kIMIM4 Us When You NeedA reason to believe that the new chapter has brighter ': .
a pest.{ ....... drMar ..I... _: pages for all. With this thought we, extend to oD
time clads and the epeadlas der hhlbbrlar Haircut or'
lost.Jame OUR SINCERE NEW YfAK'S GREETINGS
... par .... Isoators .; Pty.task Shaven .
aorlpdkal1r. so should ..baskso
so tsar rodw (took de amt go te !i'
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dry and poeem tees so Bank weto Shave __._,_ floe
W dMfln ... ,... won" Sham**. (PIahI)w.- WeShampe
'pis. lots Ju Mr ... ..*, toll* Uwimk
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told ,frw '"< harp* ,_. They oar rIM facial Me
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rears of,a ai .. They may sad Facial FaekCrabhutleu 1St CITY OF. HOMESTEAD
Iof M r. Plat Ml W Really NMdlxl.irfiM I W Facial-.- TieTmJ . l
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air nkM row Mot. Or Mil, Shop .
Mr ..... that wr mf h M WdlrMn Mustache Trta , INBUSII'S ,. T. J. Harris, Mayer
that H iiMdi a MV wnwlii ... 'L Go Wya..'rreaUeal *t.Ce aUE.
.r..l a emir.... They wilt _.. e 'I> .
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GrV hd Ms of ..--.. Rode o..epeosaslwhle X. & Chronlster. Building Frank. B.. Hu Light and Water
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"Tell me. How many mote days be. when their husbands, or cons, or Victory i"Y"". the day when the boys
fore Daddy can come home?" sweethearts will be back. come: marching"f home.'

And mother doesn't know. So she The tragic truth is that many 6f Don't slacken you* flohd purchase
answers the same way she's answereda them will never see their loved odes while victory: is within our grasp
hundred times . again. Never. Never let It be said, that: while the
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"Not so many days a . we hope. But this we do know . attack: grows stronger on the fighting
Daddy can't come home to us until Every Mlrtvte by which. the war coo bt fronts- we at home failed to back it to
the war is over. Until we win, you "'shortened meant' fewer lives lotr ftwet the very limit of our ability.

F know/' white" crosses on,a lonely hillside. Dig down,deeper. lay. tttrt War
Nobody can tell the thousands of' Your job is to put every dollar you .Bonds. Heh) shorten the war by
bewildered little hearts when their can possibly dig up into War Bonds. those vital, minutes" -? days, ,or
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-mnmllnlllldl1Untm! Rlllif Charlie.. with her suit and daugh United State mm must send their discharge 101. the Women's Army AuttiUcf

her-In4aw., .I The certificate, handsomely engraved certlfloate, not a copy, With their Corp; who haw been discharged
Bridgw of Damascus,Ca, motored and suitable for framing request for a button, and the 1e since September P, 1'38, are eligIble
20 Years Ago to Homestead and surprised Mr*. reads: "In recognition, *t the pa- ter should be sent by registeredmail for the lapel button. .
: $ .." daughter Mr,I L. Law- trloUcjJHHtcrlflc/ of (Name of a* maintaining the certificate
re ce. I I church and address) In giving the U Important to evei-y discharged 1VELU *

\' "... Mtwtaf. MWM. .'T .kiwnlunL I "Florida City 1* growing It now service ol (Name of pastor) that man. Officers must mail She turned her back and tailed
::.,.suss.. ..s.. ."...b .... $.. "he .. ,hM forty residents from New Eft.j he might serve God and country two true copies of their order 1 1NotaUOI'III him Mr iI
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: ad o.5. ar. U" of the United Statra (Signed) will be made on th*certificate 1
; ,Ht, |'UM a..c..e LI'"IIIlUUIIIlIm '''''-' "Se"rlll'10elll men started I The following night just for spite
': Chaplain General W. "ot orders by the issuing
Mtf. II. 11 (Brigadier ) Ex.
arrow the bay on Fred Redd' The naughty Mr kr. at. :
R. Arnold, Chief of Chaplains, officer, stating ,that the requestfor .
launch
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United State Arm, a lapel
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Applicants also apply in person
fcA mayor and five ,councilmen party wen Mr. Redd, Lee Lehman : I may Am CONnitroxaeROLLER
f er{ to be'elected on Jan. t . Richard heN, Charlie Armed Scrvl' Buttons to the commanding officer of
.the Installation. SKATE
,Mayor S. E. Livingston was nomte4 Fuch" Ir, q. J. HafcWtr and 4dhft rearest'army
unanimously for reelectionat :Molfett" Available.. to Vfitcrarts, :JTonorably' Atrhanfed officer, IN COMPORT .
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J the mass meeting Dec. 11 , **art, WAG thd'members

find the seven candidate for the :To. Recognize Church Veteran of World War I"m y! few** liM M 111/. a
obtain lapel button Indicating
[fly* council seat are; A, R. Uv- ".'... .._... .... 01% s1.. au
I serVloe with the armed farces-by Leonard >Vr Rubin j.Venetian
Giving
inraton, O. H. Sullivan, Dr. J. A.,I Army Chaplains Or.
f Smith;; A, T. Jackson H. L. Cook, applying to the nearest Insinuation .. ..... -"..M.Wa.SoGLASSES .
Dec. SO-Under"i in the Fourth Service Command s..rrua-W ... aw.1Mr
| C.T, Harper, and W. B. Caves ,''I new policy of .
; the War except port of embarkation.
.' Department, Army c rUAcatea -
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Installation ot .officers elected' Ire to be awarded all It It preferred that application RinkNEW
I bx Dade Chapter, No. 47, Royal churches In the seven southeastern be made through mall to the commending MI .nm.. CitMQmn an "...'" Skating
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lAreh: MasoM took plate Tuesday I states, whose pwtors are now, officer of the nearest .H t TIM .
night : 111* new officers are: serving Iii the armed forces of the post, camp. or station. Enlisted
j R: Living* excellent hlgFbnett >
; J. H. Roberts, king; E.: L.:
|lJiwrnce, icrlb?;' J. E.: Davit, \
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asurr Carter aecretaty "
f Appointive officers dkellfhited By. : . ' \

{Mr. Uvlngtton are Ivan Moser,
j csptalrt of the host; 'D M. Body
[ principal aoournjr; J. T. Vann,
!loyal Arch,captain; W. B. Caves,
it, E. Bishop and frank: Rua maaI -
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rrt/ of the veil; W. H, Cockr.a,
IrlnMnek -

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lA the, winners and the girls : ; .4'j\" '

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t' line-Ut: follows; center, Ja- / ,
Avery! 'forward, Wilbur TEAR'SGREETINGS .
atchelor and Claude Campbell;
Harold Roberta and Bill : ,
Erds.; tub Sam Sllverman ;
lineup ii:,centora, ROM
'S, rer 'arid RIW Fitch; fonwrda, /
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*:Wards, Alice Ferrell,, Louise ConMr .
and Mildred Campbell . ."

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tier: Mill Mary Jackson during the c'
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the high'cost of living? Hers important ways vie can help ti hold down ' '
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Spending can't create )snare good the good you aell or in wages for
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: scarce: and prices higher. So snake tip, for the things all of u* mutt buy. 'f:
f everything you han last longer. I ,,.'..* all in this war together i ...;:
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tkm. When you pay more, )011',* :; SAVINGS' .
a party to a black market that t', Money in the wring bank 'will i \ '
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through the ceiling, your money will r And money in lift insurance pro. .
: tie worth let*. Buy rationed goodijtuff i ;(ect* your family protect you la V . {
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N I Surgical patients are Margaret 11 D. Omtk. kxOorr ot tMoH a4 OontyTu - - - ----- --"
JAMES ARC=& SMITH Stfflman of Redland and OonllnUr N.. tilt __ the *rt
Johnny deg of 14_ ILl IS ku IM. MM
HOSPITAL NEWS Cotton of Miami.' I to mr HIM, use too made awlkMlo

I Mr. Mary W. Hall of Homestead -! to a ku M4 to to were aMOMHVM CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING I
I" ambrosia the luUowtoaMrlto4 *
Mr, and Mr. W. B. MllU, art la hoaplUlUed tor a broken I I'I croMnv to the Coati of .....

I' of a daughter bora Dec leaj. auto .. riort**, to-wdi RATE First Insertion lOc a line aubaequent Insertions
parent LM II. slant *. A.... MM .. rah. ;
30 in James Archer Smith HcwplP Miami Hotakla a BvM. Ftol awkM. Sea line
p_ ,T. to the "to .( Dad*. ,
i' tat CAtD OF THANKS I eta of Flaws I
A IOn was born Dec 28 to Mr. The awiMMiwt .. MM puiaMlf aaoWtto I FORWENT PERSONAL

aDd Mn Gilbert Ogden of Oouldi I We wish to think our friend 'oMrio MM L.MrU r-*..w WM to Ito auM oft

Mt. and Mn. Larry Holt of for their kindnesses and txpret- v.... MM ........... shell to rMOMM4 ROOMS and apartment Reasonable FREE If Excess acid muses

Homestead are parent, of a ion i *lon* of Sympathy extended to UI tassels Downtime will to to tow MM the M pearls Ito klaton"a"m0d bidder rate, not water and ahov.era. pains of Stomach Ulcers lndlgeatlon. you.

born Dec 28. i In the recent loa of our husband, at tto Coin -s4.awSMMa Palms Hotel. Florida City Heartburn Balrhlng
father and brother. aw to UM watt *f rnrwlrr. 144. wkkkkl
Medical patient this week I Bloating Nauaaa Cat Pain..
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the Ttk MT W rokrw 1141.
were Clarence J. Parman, Mrt. I MRS. J. M. SCARBOROUGHAND Dot>4 Min tied tn .. 1_..... 14*, FOR SALE get free aamplev Wt, at

Boost Marth and Mn. Ella Cole, CHILDREN.MRS. B. B, LKATHtKMAN.Ot of cheap Cowrt.DuV . Brown' Pharmacy ,(pJ7),

aD of Jlomertead Mr*. Lola Crow R. H. WILLS, OMIKT, norktoB FOR SAtX-rT-room house furnlihed. -

ef Bedland T. O. Watkins of E. P. SCARBOROUGH.NOTICE nr N.: C tTERKETT, D, C. I acre land between WANTED
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Princeton Mrt.B. R., Kerr of Per- or APPLICATION roB (DM. SI.c'f.: : 14. IW4W Campbell and B. Mowry. Open

ine, M.... Blanch Stanfleld of TAX DEEDCtovtot I 1 for Inspection thia _1I."d.1 WANTED Whit woman a*

1'nern1er, and Roy Harris oft File 1T4M A-A'tut". It 1M* READ THE WANT.ADSI Earl Byrd. d31)I housekeeper and 'WII",, Apply

;Miami. NOTICE fa HEREBY GIVEN that Jet Mowry Houa
FOR SALE-Clna Stewart' houae-

V YOU-Ask MTtlDINO M BUTINC A ROMIL 'Y ALL MIAMI CONSULT TM bold furniture and dllh.ot: Red. (Pd31)

land Rd. (pdJl) WANTED-Loan of piano for UMIn

::1 ngIf GOLD 'COMPANY REPAIRABLE HOUSE with lot In assembly hall at Camp Red-

land. Phone Rev. Q. Short**,
Homestead $900. $100 down
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..: UOtTC tiOXNB. REAL B8TATI A ND IWai'lANtf Otln* Meow M island .l |l( N.E.: M A_ B..wrlt, balance easy payment Eleanor .
B, CAM1LL. "Ill.P.-t ... oats ..... t* ..,..*. Mm Audited Mo.. Motor to ooWw ........* .. .IWtr.1 Froacher tS S. Flajler Ave, (pd31)

". ;Owrftkrooxk.rMf.w' via ttolr,,echo.r5g torvCwMloMTko tehnr4M orColl ana Dvulki far.NOW... yet rMi a CM._.>>Ma Banks .. r.... ..-... Homeitead. Phone J1W. (d3tf WANTED: Capable term labor

J a-BEDROOM HOME, barn and foreman. Apply Sottile and Sullivan -
tread lowari MOM arru"4%' to tint __ fco>.-.tol h to Mean I >IHiM wow who ton Ito mow kl of South Dd Farms
..,._ lefty thnsw.t as _"" Ito mss for tea *a wklck to bans ar' toM amrlakt a rat Mtoto .....1.. Bed garage large plot of ground' In ,ear

..... be amend psi stations K atoMhr hey aroaortr and lor '.kki ...... roaM on them wto bass Ito wtonwhk, aol Homestead, $4500. Term El. (dint)

. M ......-> Ii M tiii.il" a "silty..I a MMtoal rU of tatmtt, I lopes,. sip M* the fast anrt..ai plot .. eanor Froacher IS S. Flagler
1"-' M ttow to the hisses of AMrln .... 1.- I Ave. Homestead. Phone '21101i SO PIANOS wanted. Highest, price
... Absolutely MMMIal to the prooroM a4mltr BUT BE: SURE TO IBOCR TOUR ... Braunf
Ik* amnt > thin MM kor M i paid. Any style or .
tree M4, earl M k h sew, tot ..... eyanalon d ...., w. to the roll.Itot . riRBT MORTOAOI LOAM IM A COMPANY (dart) Plan Houae 2380 N.W. 7th S..
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,MMM w th*, akimbo matt mmrily k* able and fa stasestry WHICH MERITS TOUR CONFI.CENCt FRESH ::
DOG Miami. d 17tf
or CAT FOODnude < )
sad saw lonr-totwi Issue an AND WILL ASSIST YOU IM
f""nbk>4 III *rH a4 InilllnHQM wm.
UM Bees to MM *t a low rate of mode to this Miami Mainar.. all presses I TOUR GOAL Or HOME OWNEMK1Pla of'whole veal and other
........ grow etorvk Ito tonl of ...1.. 0.5 this rears ma will Sad the ...-... beef product, JOe Ib. phone WANTED Repair work atone
own hews, ... themselves a ....Itattoo I" the W.. H lIoN Co. oomplM and JM-J evening (plJtf) building, cement work rooting. ,.
The WM >L COLD OOWrAMT. Miami '"UI..... M na .... a ...u ."_1, tolffal and WIN nHillr4 tai ttorara etc Uth Hour Minion, Boa 68,
kM ..l...Ned two* as wklck la draw which .wamaM wising' .r ....... .. to a MlllMi to r M>r a met OMMr >. FOR SALE-Model A 1H too Homettead. (dUll)
,,' Our tko ......, of NoUmbi of Miami u* won to Mi OMipM ........* kl .......... ON...... Glad Buggy and Fordaon
.IrMir .... are Mot w owe ....It wnkoTM Uirourt then trot aimtaMO .......
*, .j L P. Cnklll tto toU of gas Arm. Tractor. Also SO gaL oil drum WANTED Duck, SO a _It, lit

,. The wealth of Asks kM .... ao4vmulate4 b well items ton nehaa thin oMtfe Wolfe Auto Wrecking, P. O. Ib. Rt X Box :aoi. Homestead
.. Ttm fa a wet tUToroMO) la (....... Ikmnk the I>n4. tavrMInlion Wa MaiMt Out 70* visit him without Box 71e Homeatead
with a Jim of this kM that >.!> fa of _... lane sad moll will Mv far *MIM lafonMttoa naanUaalo.no Fla, Phone I t need groves with or without
area marketed loM sad Mil them Ie this otatMMat __ Wtoa you pal' .410% .5,. axrr overbear will 392-J (oBtf) home I prospects .walling
thins. .. Investments and MM 'Mat *HM I I IM pose may Into ton KIM IMMM, aa i iMa ..%_.... sods your visit will to .o
TM MtvlM of ,tto;WM. H. COLO'COMPXV take R away tnm roa. It kl the ..al.\I sly interesting tot-trIM beer ollcktoaIn .I RARE: TROPICAL TREES, shrubs, Drop me a postal or tall J K.
I* onubo ot ass Personal sand InvMlaunt Bat ttora an tow to paAd.ft .. ornamental, palm Phone Cal Dorn, 224(3, Miami at my expenie. -
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Jwllui D*.h. Nobler of state art County ,,
I Taa omlflnM .... 1M4I ....* the .r4 -- -- --
r **T al Jose A.D. lode. kM IM. MM In U ii stet T9. ,,"*.... nm A*.
: air sale. end ku hinds nepllrailua tar .11.... la tko City , I. tal deed to to and .-.. Saw of Dade. stale of riorM. M omknuo
; Coot,..... omkiwM the follovht .* I* Cotttf'..... No. 41 Tko n. nit
: 'MrfM proMTl* la the Cants D.. ,.f MM Property astir UM MM OM.tflMM .
'1' ; ; I! IUH of florid. fc>._! weed WM !. MM MMI Of II..
't : E'4 of lit nf awn f .1 knows.
1944 'wtf. w% of 483 wu martins< I Vnko'M..",... ... ...... he -
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Rest containing tl Areas Mora arIm hew as Ow 9th day rot .1._",
Ito County .( ..**., But W A. 0. laid.
r.....wINN.. noted lki Oak dust el 11_.... A. B.
. The .m.rnwa of MM 'r. Mrtf moor 104..
/; UM MM *>rtMeM was Im Uw MM set E. L LRATBERMAN
\-, Ella r auTkn.link Clerk Clrralt, C oort. ...... Oo.ntrBr .belch
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der lo the math:, February 1044 wh4bit PROCLAMATION, AND NOTICE
Ii "'Y1Y. 31: -- I" Tth ... .. r>kr>>ry. IM4.' or RLCCTIOM
NOTICE i* NEARBY GIVEN tkotOMnl a
Dated .
thin teed / DnrMkOT. ltd
EkMoM will ta MM and mm.tvt
I It. B. LKATHCaMAM.
'I' . Clerk of CliwM CM. <*t M the cH* hall n UK sky .<
. Ratio County rWW. IU-Mi. riorM. o* "-.. Annotator
) c. aTLBirrr.: c II. IH4. M MMTOBIIM wide UK rwnwof :
V 7. CllWt CHpRN. tko MM city of -...... Flrw.a
t iDM. 14. II. |:4 ft i'i'Jan.. T.14,104 5) too Uw *betlM of to Mlo* ', "' I mom test ..u..am.sl
....' ." ,' NOTICE or rrLK-ATioN FOB TAX I 0..
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DUD .... Mme.WNM
rib ltM$ I .Ml ,. ka W demand a
If', I NOTICE I* MritlRT GIVEN Hut1 Mn. o'olock A. M. nee Mall ko ok.4 M two-
,_ ".', atoll rein, hewer M .IM of city time .. MM ,,' i< 7R Th first Union Fbg of 13 d MWseh Tax c. =. N..b.nd f.Uown. teased EMiMW: kw
stripes 1r II |
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SPA MM the and day 1 J.... h. dub appointed M lwiOMlOtl
I was unfurled by George WashIngton '. I.. D. !.... kM flM MM ....irIoo... I* M MlMtKt MMH Ekatb.t
>, ,. -. New Year' M4 t* been tnOFOM I* IMOHMM Lab,
i. > on Dav..l778: with taW aM MMiricMM MlkTMMlowlnc IN .. R. Wed. as t.........
v Thla la another good reason for f <,MflW rrwrtf I* Uw Count II... A. R. 1.1.1.._ M OrrtNMlM .
; of Dads stow *f MorM. W wit fa FURTHER: GIVEN ttMtt alt
,rejoicing at this time for Old Glory Lot 15. Work t*. HI..... Fired Atdhlmi MHJM wko HMMI Ik* .. JHIratlMM. Palo-
A ::1 th> Clw trf HtalMk Coast .hit* M sine I* a several .........
la aymtol freedom wherever N :: BUM a ; .......
M I* rtlflMto Ko II Tk >. Nmname" FIotIdo thw wsaW
it waves.So .... .( MM >npirtT motrr tko MMMnlflnw .Into .-.. Uw ElortU.' nM bond
., based ... In 1M HUMof bow ....tara4 to Ito rwtrtmtlmi Imam
Happiest UikMnraS. of MM city W MoOMOMKl Fart km (III
New Year to you days pride to MM .tortlM. ..*. toWllfM

and God Lieu you, one and all! L Kendrick City to Clark MM III of MM IM CH.MrllMTho > of. HOMMMd

riorMo k kmfcr .hw<.. k* n..
I irrnct OF TIPS Uok this Noting 01 ElorUM l. a ww.f**.
; n ..wy.emn MJKIM4. I. tko City of
0<' PlACE __ bases a aMml rtarukUM
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'. In said Clb7DntM1 .
:Whit Certificates aa< ether ._ gas tlh day PooomMT.A.. D.

; ." ':? I aware acknowledge: and wit IM"
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..; Homestead Cab.8ervlce; 1" Alone! R. E. tOWAKM ,Fib -
"n' ; ,.. -' I 041 rellewa JlI4,. Ckrk.
.. W. W. lit It n.rant i4. IlL CUT.wt M.wmct..s d BMt
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: Red and Station ':
Service .
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1 { ,, \ , ';' ,> Quantities good qualityGREEN

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HOMESTEAD. LEADER AND ENTERPBISEJLround December :U.1Ma,

u Kenneth Neil is at the Kendall Mr. end hr Phases Clinton of
4 FLORIDA CITY hospital receiving treatment for Key West spent Christmas here,
Bf WaneO SefWtTh a. attack of. asthma. i
: In and __ I Mr, n4Mnl S. W. Savory. ot .
I: I. Btv Ceo C. Visual, pastor Mill Mary Becker' of Miami and Miami and their daughter Jose, :
of tin Florida Pity' Conapiunity Charles Becker of Key West spent were Christmas guests of Mr. and
k Homestead Church, Is In at bit bong this Christina with their mother.' Mn' Mrs. W. W Stvety.
week. Charles Becker ---
.:.. I MnTvenian
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A surprise party honoring S 3-. Yoetnan and Mr*. J. 8. Adams Miami visited rien4i lfIt: ChrtsU
t "1. .. ., r",_ ,' T T Rate Carpenter was given "Pun. and Van June Owen of Miami resew
r Mr and MrBipto Q\ltnnaD\ Carey Crantford: left yesterdayto day evening at the Florida .City Was .....kndlftta of Mr]
<: and their son, pudolph ft, have readme his studies at the University Town Hall by baits := and Mrs. A. C Stanford. Miss Boom payers of Miami
.. rtfumed froA Miami to make of Chattanooga after Booker, Mia La von Th spent the weekend here
; j' their hocus here. Mr Gossman, a spending the holidays with his and Mb Gathering Rohrer. Chaperon II Mr. and Mrs C Zuard visited .. . . .
.,. border patrolman, was formerl parents, the B v. and Mrs. L. B. was Mrs. Lawrence Becker;, Mrs. C. Platt of Moor Haven Sf v> o.r..... send bog as Saki.isgrwe .
coach at Homestead High School Crantford. Cake and punch war served. I eral days lt week. swat keep *. War.Ing .
rot the present they are making I t Wh.B ROND$ g'd* netoI7 -
thlr home with Mrs Gossmap'i Among those ill with flu this MIn Martha Shields of Miami 1 Billy Forsyte of Miami was a Is was. Seep ea.uaool
+ patents, Mr. and Mrs, A, B- Cave
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+ Mrs J R. Brooks has been
called to Albemarle. N C, by the
Illness of her parents, Mr. end
Mrs. L O. Neal.
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Miss Bertha NiU Hausman re..
turned yesterday to Tallahassee
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after pending the holidays bar A"140
with her parents, Dr. and Mr*"
Frank Hausman Miss Hausman
A is home demonstration agent for

+ Leon County. ,

Ma]. Clifford :B. Could Is Mich.leave at his home-in Birmingham'


Mrs. Anna Conner and Mr*.
5 e Dan King will arrive today fromBartow
to be house guests of Mr
and Mr* Adrian Jacobs. ."
.....-: HOMESEEKERSGROVE.sEEKERS :
i Mrs r. T. Nixon Is ill at herr ,
horn on N, W. Second at

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Mr*. Zeke Martin and Mrs t P. : :
; McLean visited Tuesday at the '
t home of the Rev. (]eo. H- Web ., :- ,.....
and Mrs John A. Ricks In Miami .. ..
Shore Mrs. T. L. Hodges sad
her sons, Tom and John,who have
been visiting there wilt return \ will do well to call
home Sunday.: Home and grove seekers. .
,

Y spent Mr*the Willis holidays Russell with of Mr Miami, and an' Benj. W. Morris at 210 South Krome 'Ave.,- .. .t I ;"

Mr, Ben Xing Ben Jones, an! "
uncle of Mrs. Russell and Mr' the' ''
King, accompanied his niece home I Homestead, Florida, a man who has lived in i ,
for a abort visit before leaving
for bU' home", In EUisvlUe: Mis '
Remand District, since '1914 and has beeR in the '

Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Darby: of

their Lakeland son and,were daughter-in-law holiday guests Mr.of rea) estate business a. large portion. of his life I '

and Mrs Roy: Darby, "' .
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The Rev, and Mri O. Sevrall \" '
Palmer are expected to return today He knows values and will give you a fair:' '
from Maine City; when they
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attended family reunion. '
I deal His.listings are never shown to the huyer i Mw Esther Kufeldt of Red- ,
land Underwent a tonsJQlectomy: '
Monday Hospital! at James Archer Smith unless he believes the value is there for the, price '

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+ ., and Mrs, Robert Cast of t asked. ,.
Miami pent Christmas with Mrs.' " ', "
Cast' parents, Mr, and Mrs. Ivan '
Moeer.Mr i " "I'
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It will find better in real T J '
buys a
and Mr*. Bob :Ogletre of You always d
? Pensaoola and Mrs. Lena Bechdoi '
pf Miami, and hey son, Bob Jr., A:
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were Christmas guest of Mrs. estate. office because the seller knows the price <.,
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Qgletree and Mrs. Bech ol'.mother .

Mrs,T. 0.-SelferkH ; niustbe. right in order to sell !1 1r,4 r

Collier ho been ill at his : r .

home, this week'- : .. .'. .

Mrs, Wm. L, Keeley I*. ill *| bar .
home this week. : i \ >
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r. Mr, and Mrs. Edward .owry of .
Pooler?Ga.. arrived Tuesday,for Benjamin Warren Morris
an trended visit.to Mrs. Lowry's
broth... n-l w and slater, Mr. and,
Mrs Rot i rt Glenn. I :REGISTERED, REAL" ESTATE BROKER

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.A. S. More, has ben ffl.In '
the Feint Railway bcepiUl la 8t ,210 S.Erase, HomMfad. < ppeei6e Pest Offto'I ':
Augrutine"since Den ). spent till -
Christmas holiday: her with bbiMAhtmpttti
returned Tuesday te .
for further treatment "
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ar, spending a few :; 4 ::: 1/: : .*. .

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