Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00673
 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: November 17, 1944
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00673
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.R.Express Delivery and Pick-up 'fL'

Sought by Homestead Merchants 1 1I '



' Air Base Declines Comment CITY' SERVICE, STATISTICS ,if


The Homestead municipal air FR1JMHXAL.DEPOTREVEAL. i
Cape ,Sable Right-of-Way Offered
field wu reopened Sunday (I abase I

tot aerial crop dusting aerv- State in Effort to Obtain RepairsThe 1 ._ .t

ices by the authorization of the 1 A movement to ebula express
Stores to Close Nov. 23: l
Civil Aeronautic Authority. right-of-way of that part titionlng the road department to delivery and pick-up width the
County Commission Chairman of the Cape Sable road that lies Improve the road and put it in a For Thanksgiving Day I city limits of Homestead t* being
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in Bade offered Tuesday condition to af-
County was -I reasonably good Homestead
Preston B. Bird aid launched
yesterday. by merchants -
Homestead stores will be
by the Dade County Commission ford Ingress and egress from the All
Vie of the field hat been denied to the state road department Cape Sable area to the City of closed for Thanksgiving on Nov who are enlisting the In- ;t

temporarily to crop dusters in a continuation of effort to Homestead ," 13. the date to be observed by dorsement of civic groups. ,:,:1:
by CoU Samuel C. Dunlap III, have the road put Into a usable of The volume of express 1 Ie sufficient
churches, schools, and county t
commanding officer of the Home, condition to facilitate the haulingof
taead Army Alt Field, on the million of pounds of fish $3.95 CEILINGSET flee*. to' Justify such a service -11
4' ground that the small duster, which constituted a $400,000 Industry To accommodate'the buying 'J. T. Trawlclc of West Palm.

were an "extreme danger to last year. public ,establishments will remain Beach route agent for the FlorIda ,i
training craft and personnel" and Steps to obtain resurfacing and FOR EARLY open all day the preceding East: Coast railway Is quoted
that continuation of dusting operations maintenance of the road were Ini-
a* saying. The F. E C. bundle
; Nov. 22.
from the city field would tiated by the City of Homestead Wednesday '
POTATO YIELD ---- outgoing express ranging from
necessitate serious curtailment of and endorsed by the Homestead
the field 100 parcel daily m quiet time
program. Notary Club which have petitioned -
"No statement was available yesterday the road department to take to 800 packages< a day dur.ng tr-,
. Ceiling prices on the IMS crop UNION{ SERVICE
peaky of in* fruit season 'In Tfovembuc -
from.the Homestead Field.A.rgnroent :0ver..1h.If"'ancS.JfPIjI.Jt... -d .t, Florldai''Whiu'.JIOta'---'
**-"-'- pro and eon on commercial At the Instance of the Clt)'.of released yesterday by CttWtJy ,end Ducenilie Inoonxng -
use of the city field have Homestead and 4th. local Rotary Agent Chas H SUffani. 'SET HERE FORTHANKSGIVING and express, mostly for merchant
been advanced by the crop dusting club the Monroe County; Cornmla-t Prices which became effective I average .j
around 100 package a day, ac
service and Homestead Field
sion has passed a
pe- Nov 13, are quoted per hundredweight cording
to F E C. figures.
during the week-old
controversy for No. 1 potatoes graded, if
A local
transfer la
Dusting operator claimed that sacked and loaded on carrier company 1
their small planes fly at too low CAMP OUSTS 95 willing to handle the delivery .i
From the beginning of the sea:I A 4S-mtoute union Ihanksglv and pick-up contract If such
an altitude to endanger army son to Mar. 31, inclusive, prices big service win be held at ( be service
ships and that having to operate GI FAMILIES are $3.8S per hundredweight; o'clock Thursday morning ha the Merchants can obtained. ,
AS other
exclusively from the Kendall airstrip from Apr. 1 to Apr. IS, $>SO per Homestead Presbyterian: Church (Continued on Page Twelve prapon-) t
would curtail dusting activities hundredweight; and from Apr. II Dr. Sidney H. Davies, pastor of !
by 58 per cent and result in LABOR ARRIVESBetween to Apr. SO (when the local sea-]|' the First Methodist Church of '
huge losses to local farmers i son is practically over) $3.60 per Homestead will bring the me*. '
County Agent Chat, H. Stettanlestimates hundredweight II I I sage $20.000 FIRE
that approximately thirty 1 ninety and ninety-five
thousand acres Of winter produce military families on Saturday will
in the Homestead vicinity I be obliged to evacuate cottage etthe County Scope and Control Seen I RAZES GOULDS
Continued on Page Five) Redland Farm Labor Supply
i Center needed to house incoming For Miami Port Authority in 1915Little PACKING HOUSEAbout
agricultural worker, Camp Manager ,
MEAT PACKERS'AID ( I:. A. Robert laid yesterday
The soldier families will be required I Col. B. C Allin director o; the International service committee twenty thousand dollar
.. '' to turn over their quarters Greater Miami Port Authority!|who called on Luther L. Chandler lost was incurred when the W
: ..:: I SOUGHT IN. by JSO.Po rrt. tomorrow, Mb told the Homestead Rotary Club,, a member of the port authority H. Owens packing house at
Roberta said Wednesday that he understands to Introduce the Internatlon- Goulds, filled with scarce crate
: SHORTAGE J1ERE The camp capacity 188 families legislation shay be introduced in''t i ally known port expert. Mr "Joulds, tilled with scarce crate
; ; and 80 farm families.have I'the 1945 legislature to make the'I'Chandler told of Col Allin' material was utterly destroyedby
come In already from Massachusetts authority Aunty-wide in scope I work at Houston where a port fire shortly after 1 o'clock .f.
',.. A 'Shortage of meat supplies North Carolina and Georgia, and control. At present It I* financed -, was developed mile Inland and Sunday afternoon Fir equlp-
>' !tin resulted Wednesday in a he reported. and controlled by the city later at Stockton. The Miami men tfrom Homestead Homestead
meeting of local grocers with the The special service office at of Miami. port authority he ..Id. looked Army Art Field and South Miami
', War Price and Rationing Board Homestead Army Air Field and "When this takes place". CoL I (Continued on Page Four) assisted the county fire unit Infighting
In an effort to obtain increased the local usa are co-operatlni Allin said 'it will only be following -I the blaze;

r, allotments to supply the growing. in. locating housing facilities for the course taken by other. THE WEATHER The packing house, located on
.. population.It GI families. port authorities specifically the old Ingraham Highway, was
was decided that the board Houston Texas, and Stockton, Cat. Oiri.ad"taw...on .r tIN subtregIelItsosrh""at a 100-foot two-ator'lral1lt build..
y :would write the national headquarters -I Local School Carnival Port affect Interest within I ........ $.m"e. vw.i". ing valued by Mr. Owen at
'ya of the various meat I Is Scheduled for Dee. 1 radius of many miles, and It I 1& Date Max. Mln. Bar Rain WOO and covered by insurance
only natural that their proper
packing companies to explain" the The crate material stored In the
situation and ask for allocation of f The annual Homestead school development should be the concern Nov. B ._._82 68 29 118 building was owned by John R
'**>i more meat. Figures are being carnival will be held Dec. I on and responsibility ot an aggregation Nov. 10 .. _88 81 29.88 Mothers. Luther U Chandler and
,. prepared by the Merchants for the school grounds, it was innouneed of communities instead Nov, 11 ___82 B2 2988 Harold E. Kendall
submission to the companies, comparing yesterday. of being dependent on a single Nov 12..,_IZ 84 2988 Mr. Owens, who farm 75 acre
\ the pre-war meat deliveries Candidates are noW being chosen municipality" Nov 13- ...._81 68 2988 of tomatoes does not plan to rebuild
I ,to th'. area with the present for carnival queen, and shows Col. Allin was the speaker on Nov 14 _._M 84 1001 the packing house which he
allotments that must'supply more and booth are being planned for a program arranged by John R. Nov. 13 _..82 80 30.01 had not used for several yean
.:,people. the midway. Mothers, chairman of the club' .
-'OLI' wrwnar.wrua rwa Community Co-operation to I
:I I Provide
Homestead Labor
, Camp Designated A II
Christmas Cheer for Fiejd HospitalI IAn

It Malcontent Repatriation Center -.L Bird I

,YF' ;" Redland District clubs and now community co-operation fs
: ",11,.,\.lQIIIIttad Labor Camp has here from as tar north as Maryland Told Us dvlc organizations will be asked needed 'to assure an Individual
wee Designated 'by WFA a* a reports E. A. Roberta, manager I to help In the) Christmas cheer gift for each patient. Persons

,, f g lilill ii center for' dlsaffectBahama of Redland Center urogranf, tor ",patients In the wishing to give directly may
'Worker. The camp I* being supervisedby Homestead Army Air Field Hospital leave their present with Mr..
:, agricultural : Steward Edgar W. Phillip of -That Doe Smith' admirer announces Mrs Adrian Jacob Jacobs.-
.. .** opened Sunday,when 70 Burlington, N. C. until' the arrival are trekking la drove to a certain *, local chairman of the Camp The committee has also been
ire field hand were located of the new mannfer. Mr*. drug store ae.the tracksto I and Hospital.Service eomn ttee. asked ,.U be responsible for decorating
pending deportation. Jean Butter who live at Red- gas with awe on the antlers Although the exact number toke Christmas tree for tack of
e sip, aerye,, a. big area land,,Center* will be camp sects of the elk be is reputed to have provided for In the 200-bed the field's five days'roomsl/ra. .
slalel rs I' fioeea '*>nt tary. - shot Oia his'recesttvacatian'.trip.I I hospital cannot*be determined Jacob says. i


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\ : ' : second i. L.class Hodges, has, carpenter's returned to male his, FLAGLER THEATREf

I grove on Tennessee rd. after nine 1 1
11 ::1' OUR SERVICE l\IEN' AN'D"VO IEN months in Naval Air Transport'

Service He received an honorable -' Aa Bmhi W R..sr.l Rwasti YWt Teat
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discharge lot
""" over-age...on Tat Mill. 4....... Maw, ...... Tk* T..t MCIWM .t LWTMI rrfcM.m 'C...
Nov. I, visited Mrs. Hodges .ho'JI.cI
'' Four la Wu AJ..... M.<.ra Ak>C MlllMliw far Tact ...." .L
J Combat A'r Medal with an oakleaf rtusler. beed living In Alenndrll
Infantry Badge c-t.... '.
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and I president cltaU0ft.9gtDrawdy La, while he wa In service, and .
Won by Pfc. Caplinger( made his borne here lors on the .way; down here to start Tot used "raormtia" r adla .... .rue'sl too par a ell,! .c .y

With the 11th Infantry Division number of Tears. :3 ,' farming, topped In Columbus, ........... M ... awt arm .imply'fr : = .:'= time itrwlss, ,:sae p..
In the Southwest Pacific (Special)I sat Drawdy participated I In' Miss, to visit .with his son, T, J:. W .a rena K _....... I. -
aid )
up to Mrth 'I1M
For service in combat against the four major campaigns and logged i Hodges. He will be Joined later ear era a diaamks that will artrlhl.smut. lit Ow rtAOLBB has saws.... Mum
Japanese, Pfc. Robert V. Caplin-I 11,500 flying hour* of which 400 by Mrs. Hodges, row saarjlas, a ....- tra.AA. eat .. Uw neacamwt rrirrTim William"tna..r. .
get, 23, of Homestead fla. has hour* were combat, His citation'was I Mr. Hodges lost his father and adiaary whew ram ww rm wakhaat .... oo.I.I.e. .. t.."...Mw. ta'awkew1wpkkvw
been warded the Combat Infantryman received, for work on New mother, Mr. sad Mr*. J. T. ltug (ira suet pmp.waR. ...
Badge.Caplinger Ou'nea at Lac and Salamau. He Hodges, and an uncle, WmJ Is dame .: = ta. net W1 Pout musing eeehc" sad .1bo-.1irpuq
h earned the badge a I took part also In the softening! up Hodges, In a railroad accident at1' puree M OM rLAOLEITHCATM of woe sm" war ......".:_=- .:
of Salpan. Cocoa last Msy. i MM W UM luwrt M* fleet TW tart ot tow ..,._ am
silver rifle on an Infantry blue Sgt Drawdy .will report to MI. hi ibis Ups .( FlorMt. Ran I. nt.tW show., ..... Walla fM r,,..topattwtl.aW
ti field Imposed en a silver wreath-I e..aa.s of haarlw I. .... oft"
ami Beach for re-enlistment after : .utr Fee ao armt then
for his part in helping to defend completing his Calhoun Beauchamp y', lOn mrlCl lent isle (..* In __ ."/, which are may .*-4 W ..Moody
Hill 129, Bougainville bland. I furlouab..ri1.. of Mrs. Grace McLellan"Smitlt ...... telif Mt/ulMH. Tin .......'dnrtlMd. The calk of UM:_
I a & and nephew of Mr. and Mr JoelJ.
s Son of Mr. and Mr*. Edwin S.' mrv theta rtmstk. treated Owl" mast fa K saw, U.. 0"86 atamusis
Caplinger of 111 N. W. Third it, Arthur Johnson Give' Robinson, has received a mediCal mme hest M a s.at.l.lde I four pbtuM, plus "rtt .. MM, oar.,
Homestead I ; discharge from the navy after a. pa.i.e at w rLAGLEIomit shied. lo IIw-.k. iv "m wmlM iMUctaliuMil
also Good IWedal
he has served In Conduct l lI
battle service in the Pacific. Mr. III lases pier toe ._ bur fUM Mahout"Wy8ri. .,w
New Hebrides and Guadalcanal Beauchamp has been released for that milnc o* true ......tImI .tlut Hum ITmute W, during It months Wilmington, CaL, Nov. 16-.Pfc.
oversea from naval hospitals where he sill ....piN pe to was feet to twt wms.sa as -II M |patoiswill M
C e a e Arthur Johnson of Homestead has been receiving treatment wale with (Mb* vitality, I:wit Via, ass I I IT*., has been awarded the Good Hurt. tW n.AOLEa0.. .lcbmUM '.... we sus. lop w. .r.s1a44 read
{ Winfred Owens Wounded since July; 4, and has accepted a
Conduct Medal at the Los Angeles Mar. w prall.ld ad tot ram withh.wwoaMn ..... U. I'LAGLn.alA.
Thought Coming Home port of embarkaton, .where position in Atlanta. He has vlst4 .otlM ,.k*.r. teductnr l Ie ..Mrml IIIkcklMI TalC, no ---' Inrtto m *M
i he I with HSlst In Homestead frequently, and ,'. '. +
I I on duty Quartermaster the Wang -- wr set -AJr
Pfc Winfred Owens, USMC, Sertlce Company of one year attended Neva King
"who was wounded in the left arm Camp Ross, Cat The award la Cooper.School.
and elbow three days after landing made to enlisted men or women v e 4Plc.
1 at Palau, In the latest letter for one year or more of exemplary Edward Tomerlin has arrived .
r received by his mother, Mrs. J. conduct. and meritorious safely at aa overseas destination Let's Get Acquainted!!
i W .English, some week ago, said service. according- a cable re.
that he would soon be coming e a calved Sunday by his parents,
home I Lt Theo. 3. Bleler and Mr*. Mr and Mrs. J. T. Tomerlin. Why do so many women of Homestead &nd vicinity

jj Winfred enlisted In 1938 and Bluer. recently; spent a .brief' a 0 e think they have to go to Miami to buy
.will have been overseas three leave with Mrs. Bleler's parents,, Ben king, Jr., a ho his .b"-n their wearing apparel 7
t years this coming March. He Mr. and Mrs, Robert Daniel of making his home here with his
took part also In the battle of Miami. Lt. Bleler was formerly psrents. Mr. and Mrs. B. T. King, AnswertBecauss.
Guadalcanal and Cape Gloucester. coach at Homestead High School has shipped again for service with
Before going Into service he attended and Mrs. Bitter was English In- the Merchant Marine. I they
Homestead High School structor. Now they 'make their 0,0 P haven't been toSTARLINGS
w and Riverside Military Academy. home in Minneapolis .where Lt1 I Pvt. Fred Rhode, son of Mr. -
t ,Bleler is on.duty with the naval and Mrs. J. F. Rhodes, arrived
patrol aircraft technical ], .week from Fort where you can
on a furlough this
( Dell Of 150 Drawdy Combat 1 Is Veteran Missions command, . service,I Sill Okla., where he has completed find styles andquality
I training. tar
Pfc. Samuel / Glbbs Is now InI . : compare
881DeU C. Drawdy Is (pending England' with the army engineers,' Aviation Cadet Roger Glenn,. (th' any to
a three-week. furlough with Pfc. Glbbs, formerly itaUoned at son of Mr and Mrs. Robert Glenn 'be found' in Miami
l his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Camp Livingston, La, is a son U home on a If-d>7 furlough other
Drawdy of Miami, after having of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. -Glbbs of 'from Cochran Field Ga. or any
completed ISO combat missions In Homestead At present his wife j i I placewith
:;, the South Pacific for,which her Is visiting fat Bowman S. c..;, but r. prices much low

'"; r holds the Distinguished! Flying will return to make bps; home ...,.' 4] er in in-
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Pare FourHOMESTEAD nOl\fESTr.\ 71 "FT" 0 r F.'F.R1''r.I November 17, 19<<

i LEADER Homestead Field Begins Third Year SAY FOLKS!

AND ENTERPRISE In Training of World's Best Pilots I .i

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Training, ol the "best four-en- miles during the two year of
PAUAW rruft" s' II-. n.. lint transport crews la the world" training and the Homestead safety
I* *. am P.*t F.MI..._ Cn.M- at the Ferrying Division's Arm4 record stands without an equal. ,

Air Field enters Ito third .,. I
.CM ARCKtB th* week Th*. wrest Point COLONEL ALLIN
7 Pe.Wst W NIMr 'f'1
th* ATCTwai born
auutiirc LLAlCP.n ber IMJ memorandum (Continued From Fag One) I
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the activating *f a transport around for the best man in the
w t'f ACT.rrsWELL.... and a DICKINSON maaeacatrrwN at the Homestead field [field and selected CoL AWn, who,
.- Airdrome Officer Opt Albert' had Just completed a presidential', "
RAt'6ea. A Wonder former manager of assignment of unsnarling ship
(*.. C..K I I awl 0 n.. the Cincinnati airport, taM: This'! congestion In vital ports of the .;
o..a. d 0.4. cam:'... -. h", field Is constructed to take kill I United Rattans supply line*. ..t,
c 11M r w.. ..... the heavy pounding of those big The M.aml port authority atpresent 1
four-engine ships and cushion*) is concentrating atten-
I...... as .weed alma N" maw the landing with a foundsbMT uon on efforts to keep Miami e
:.... I': rr1 rhwid.. %a 4111114101 ON wa, so dire w6 atd' alr built like a cushion. They co\W place as the air gateway toN the ,
1. 1m. n't have picked a better baa*'tW Caribbean tram going to
these big table" York or some other port, CoL .J'j
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Graduate pilot of the Win aid.
d' To Mary of the Lonely fine Homestead class room fOllJ'olD"1 are:fffte- Monroe Loaner horn Oft'furIoucb .
? behind the steering columns or after more than two ""I "
Heart all four-engine transports flying year combat service la Africa,I t"fIWIJ. .
ATC routes throughout the world' Sicily and Italy, was the guest of vJ 4f" 'I ,
By Annie Mayhew Fitzpatrick They nr* on th* regular runs of his father Rotarian Max Loaner,I II
De not dismayed because your toe famous fast flying "FIrtban.. at the luncheon meeting I-:1 h 1
friends with its six-day record round trip nesday He responded .. .
i ( Stretch forth no helping hand; between Miami and Infld and on Impromptu, talk when Invited to! ,j
You know they.re only human thecr- .c.nt" and '"Snowball" ten where be bad been and what'' ,
1 And da not understand nights over the north Atlantic to h* bad sera-with ".* much" a* 'i. :
Europe. A Homestead gradual] be could tolL" I
, That you feel lost and lonely crew last month: opened a new direct -. i
: They do not lance your need 1 1I freight and passenger run A .soldier patient at a Florida b
And by that very act you are from the State to Paris. They hospital didnt want to rush his' i
\ From obligations freed. carry high priority freight and new feminine acquaintance un-!
f . passengers and evacuate wounded duly. When he queried "Do you
.. i You've had two feet to stand direct from the fighting lines to believe In love at tint
. ., upon hospitals at Vme and she firmly answered Ex.Texaco] Barbecue 1
; As down Ut.', path you've tred. Ferrying Division plants have negative, his rejoinder
,. :You never yet have been alone; clocked: well above 11 million ru see you tomorrow"- St. Homestead
You've always walked with
0 God i '.! 'tfgjafgrenfZfZRfz/gjg/grngfyar? 12f'tt'cre1J21P.mr lZ I q

t So shoulders back-chin up..
That' fin,
6 Now bravely stride along.
But keep a smile upon your lips

.,. And In your heart a song

Now Japs Are "japs
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Publisher Martin Anderson of
the Orlando truly Newspaper .' : : '.

recently assured reader -of his i
Morning Sentinel It was not a
typographical error when they .- .. r
read the word Jap Japanese.
Japan without the capital letter I ,
la a leading editorial h* a"&1 .: ...:."
"We dunt pflnt baboon with'an .
Initial capital,and will re duoe** . ,
If we" don't put batlaona": above. ,
Japs. '
r He Issued an order that hence .
forth all reference, t. Japs shall .... '
be IowffelRCI.-PuWlJher'.AJ .. 'i '
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Kin of Joseph HJckson protection Iv the ..... C_ *..g.toUhe' axe and law ftatsv iHindman. Ouftit the summer' a '
MORE THAN 20 Dies in On Oct Mi vandals cia [i |BT. boa and empfied Are owl j jItecutohen f = VMM.. three rsit+roe ne- '0
Miami HospitalJohn th mechanism ot the fire drffl| say Pffatt*> l & M.''tae pamphleu.ore hobo,

ENTER HORSESFOR Cecil HJckson. 68, brotherof
Joseph Hicksoa: of Naranja
NOV. 19 SHOW\ 'died Monday In a Miami hospital
I and was burled Wednesday la

MOT than twenty entries have Mr. Hickson who came to Miami Nature

been received for the Redland,, from Danville, Va., In 1 04,
was president of the Hickson
District hone show and gymkhana Packing: Co. at 178 S. W. Third
which will be held at 1 o'clock at., and mad his home at MO ar.H
Sunday afternoon af tbe .Harold Bay Point rd. in Miami.
E. Kendall residence -at Sliver Besides his brother la Nara .. theS !
Palm dr. and Naranja rd, report he leave his wife, Mrs. Daisy F.
Mr*. Eugene Fontaine, cosponsor Hickson; a IOn. J. C., Jr., and a
of the how. daughter, Mrs TarreD Tumlin, all
All entrant, official and help. of Miami, and two sisters, Mrs. '1r
+ en.... asked to be on the James Piitchett of Danville and t
around by 1:30. Contestant Mrs. Louise limy of Lake Worth. -
will be responsible for their own I
bone School Asks Protection :,
Music by the Jtedland High From Vandals '
School band .will begin at 1:41 ,
The Redland boys' safety patrol Following a series el theft and
win act as gate keepers and ring act ef vandalism at Homestead
guards and tickets may be obtained High School, the county board of se easwartI AMERICA Js Indeed favored land.Each jw 1)
at the gate. John Pen- public Instruction has asked Sheriff .
South and West
North East. -
dray of Kendall will act as judge D. C. Coleman for Increased I graphic area. poeacssc
certain advantases-contributing to the

I. 1944-45 Basketball Schedule Is welfare But of of all all the region of cKli great land.nature

Announced by Homestead GrowersThe 1 especially favors the South. Nowhere b there
j unusual combination of
found the tame raw I

1944-4I basketball schedule Feb. Miami Edison, there. wren. material and favorable condition for Industrialand r.
for the Growers of Homestead Feb. 13--Gesu, here. agricultural; production In dose proximity
High SchooUwas announcedyeaterday Feb. 15-ia-Key West, there. to large consuming markets.With it* rich,natu-
by Coach Paul L. Wor-
20-Miami Beach, there. 4W -
ley. Two dates are a* yet not Feb. 2J-Miami High her. raI r ourcc.strategic Iocadoo.m 1d climate and
filled, Feb. 27-ropen; a friendly progressive people, k I* no wonderthe
The schedule reads: Mar. J-open. South ha made such rapid progress In recent e
Dec. I Andrew Jackson High Three new players showingoromtsing f of
thoM who thinking
School htte.Pec. form This year To are postwarproblems
., year are I J here U the land of opportunity In the
14. -Redland High School Mabry Scarborough. Billy Sim. MAWS"M ,
there. man and Tom Hodge*, Mr, Wor- yean ahead.
Jan. S Miami Beech High ley say*. i The Seaboard Railway, a key railroad of the

ter Jan.. -Ponce de Leon High '-........................-....-.. South. U proud of It* contribution to the economic

lere. Your Dates With development of the area Through its
Jan. 11 Gesu High, there Industrial and Agricultural Development Departments -
Jan. 16-Miami Edison High Uncle Sam
,u well M through agencies ,
.lere., Jan, 19-Andrew Jackson there. ................................... the railway,the Seaboard will continue to plan

Jan. 16-Miami High.- there. MEATS. FATS-Red stamps palate and work for a more prosperous Southland.
( Jan. 1I1Ce1V.t High, here. AS through ZI and AS through PS Seaboard Railway, Nor/oft 10.VI.., w.
I-:: ,Feb. Redland, here. Rood%Indefinitely, Jew! stamps
.,_' Feb. -Ponce de Leon there. Dec.'In I
'. McDowell Named Field ltallAI through ZI and AS
through'WS, good Indefinitely.New .
Intelligence Officer stamp Dec.:L
SUGAR-Stampe 30, 31. 32. 33
;. Cspt Willard W. McDowell of
and 34 InJkk Four goSa Indefinitely
\Crosse Point, Mich. commanding M eew t.
for five pounds each.
-officer of tile Security Section at
Stamp 40 good for 8 pounds. su
Homestead Army Air Field wasrecently off
canning lUlu through Feb. IS RAILWAY
assigned the duty of base
: .
intelligence officer next year. Spare stamp 37 good
for canning sugar until Mar. 1, y.
Capt McDowell
-? ; a graduate of 1941.
putgers University at New Bruns-
,oct, K, J.has been an army officer GASOLINE-A-13 coupon good
since 1930 and served as for 4 gallons through Dec. 21. say ...*i WAR BOND
duty Intelligence officer with an SHOES-Airplane stamp 1. 'I
anti-submarine squadron lu the and S (Book I)good Indefinitely M raelewse

Caribbean area in the early part _. .
of the war, He hq.been assigned
to the ATCs huge ferrying division I s
four-engine airline training I
school base for the past year i
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'. .""will be !injured'if deprived of o 01. 0-
,7 spraying: and dusting protection.
.- The army countered that restrict -
,, '"! Ion of the dusting plane I* (* "
: necessary to 'safeguard training :. . Consult about fertilizer requirements
,,.personnel who do muck of their your
',.fly Ing by instruments, and cited '
jseveral! narrow escapes from for the coming
; 3icrashee; between dusters and arm .
[,J .1-plane* last season. Knowledge :
t i,1( thai dusting planes were In'the': I and short-
:%,air would add a tremendous men Due to government regulation I It.
: tal atRia to pilot It was pointed
;;;0111, and continuation of the dust- will be able to 4
materials not
of several .
Q.:; :";ding program from'the local field .j ages we -.

;'r (bjweuld .Bscassitate abandonment
: ,;"I6t, ao important curtailment ruaway of the,with vital'tralnhig. reuultant < *, make'ALL of-aur regular mixtures, But we will v

I: program.ROLLER. I IrQ' i i do 'bostt.to ] possible what, j
supply II
:':: ; tft; - our as near as \ I

y':,..' ;:; AIR OOHDl1'l NIiD. *" **T!"J'. '
,*" , SKXE' ,""you inUi need.Florida : : ..

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hr .". -i 35s, plea lax
\, i East Coast Fertilizer-

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.' 'Skating Rink I I Telephone 16 Frank D. Roe, Manager. Homestead' Fla.

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Paw Six .HOMESfEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE November 17,1944 4-
...... . him parents Mr. and Ura Wm. J. N, T. i* spending the wdtec with 12;
FLORIDA CITY -1 Geronimo before shipping to a her daughter Mrs. Edith port of embarkaloo. His brotherinlaw lyn. : ,

In au Around ........EyWarseae.........N N N ftcrery............. I I and slater CpL and Mrs.! Mr. and Mrs..H. J.t Brocketf of "J A
Richard Schmunk, came North Have .arrived Wednesday w
11 11Jack Petty Officer 3-c Wm. J. Ge- Miami to Join them for the weelt.1 to spend the winter e4 their home \
. ronlmo, Jr., of Philadelphia vtaiti i end. here Mr. and Mr*. Ralph Dea vj'
Homestead from Friday till Monday with I Mrs. A. O. Myer of Godefrox. (Continued on Page Seven) ffsitmas ;

I' Polk, co-owner and pharmacist -j Montverde School, pent ArmiUce *- )-; '
at the Dixie Drug Store 1* : Day her with their parent $ tV ;04jr00Y4r '
. spending several week In Atlanta. ,
During his absence bit dutie Mr*. Emma: Cby of Covlngton, ,
Ky. ,la visiting bet _-in-law r .
are being bandied by Frank H. / .
LJndeman of Leesburf, former and daughter Mr. and Mr*. Nor- i
Homestead druggist who foundedthe man Ashcraft, and her mother. .
store In 1.21 and told it a Mr*. S. H. Fitch. \ ; :
i few month later to Mr. Polk and :
Mr*. Tom Smith 1* ill In James in ;
t Howard Johnion. Mrs. LIndeman Archer Smith HoipitaL .. a 8 .
, it visiting relaUvea in Miami 'J...-j". 1
:: while Mr. tindeman If here. Mn. Gary Holdrum I* ill at her

i CpL and Mra. James Kerns are home here. j

[.: parent of a six-pound thirteen- Mr*. Ernest Francis returned : :;
ounce daughter, Sally Harriet home Tuesday' from Jackson Memorial Presents
v Marie, who was born Nov. 11 at Hospital in Miami where ,
Jackson Memorial Hospital MUami. she underwent a major operation.
. .
. Miss Nina Pearl Bush of Miami
Chai. O. chairman of spent Thursday her with her
; the Dude CoerBo of Public parents, Mr and Mr*. W. Y. Good
J Instruction attended a Mate Bush I says Housekeeping
1 F meeting of school board and superintendents ,
Mr. and Mn. Hollli Barrow of
in Tampa yester- South Miami and tons Henry and /7' -:..,1 \ Ma-ga21ne
i dsy.Capt. Gary, were guests Sunday' of Mr. i ,
Frank E. Ferrell spent and Mr*. C. M. Barrow. .J ,: ............ .. '
Tuesday night and Wednesday and I"
Dr. and Mrs A. M. Logan "" '
} ; her with nil brother-in-law and on, John, spent the week-end in "' '
r sister, Mr. and Mr*. S. L. Dickinson Miami with Mr. and Mr*. John '. \ Ma.Cnrustm.. Cilt-iatbr: :rearrl Bari;
, after completing a one-week Osmundsen. Co0Ja r'
Masaslne. Souod
i course in cruise control -at 38th 1 ;;i
. Street Air field. Capt Ferrell ha :Mrs. NIna Altchl, on arrive vile for ever 'one wlo. has a gift proble n. x :< ;
\ returned to El Paso, Tex, wherehe /Tuesday by' plane from Chicagoto Here: area few i selted stems to male vitia'
: ii an Instructor at Biggs Air spend the winter with her son
' Field. 1 and daughter-in-law, Dr. and Simplicity Patferaj. Hun JreJ more is tL.fSimJ'licitl

i Mr*. Elizabeth Fuchs, Mr*. Tom' Mrt. M. A. Berger .- 11 Catalog. at our'parterA couhtet*!}
I' Mrs. Grace McLellan
j Faust and Mn. Jesse Faith all of Smith arrived
Tuesday' to spend the win-
; visited friend here Tues
ter here with her son-in-law and
t. day.Mr. ,daughter, Mr. and Mr*. Joel i.
i and Mn. A. C. Easton Robinson. Mrs. Smith visited this / Hundreds of.
pent several day lilt a* dimmer with her son, McLellan
house guests of Dr. and Mr*. S, L.I Smith of Washington, with inephew "
X ; Jeffrey In Coconut Grove. and niece Mr. and' Mrs. d7 .
W. L. Robert of Atlanta, and with .;;;JIM. r r irS,
Betty Stillmun, Joy' Lee and I relative In Maryland and different -
I Carla Joyce Hobson, students at point in Georgia I '
choose fromWe
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! THE FARM HOUSE -, >Invite you

! RESTAURANT ... to. cane in and

lea Food*. Bleak. Chop. Chirfce. All Metric baked en -V let .us tell you

premises. .Hoi bbealU. tire bread and roll served with more' about
r all _h. Serving only home-grew or fresh vegetables. i 1 .
t 'them.

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Special Concessions
to Dinner Parties

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Service Met and Women Cordially Welcomed

Breakfast from :31 i* 11 a. ... -, .
Dinner from 11:11 Ie tat p. ax .e. '
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> temb r 17,1944 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTEnPRISE' Pae Sever)

(District) Ministers i Will Sponsor "WQl My Dream Come True, Sty ,Pet nri or, ""KINM A*. rrrriNw vary THE .. .**.' \

, It February-March Go-to-Church Drive Betty published low. ?" has recently been ADELMAN PIPE & STEEL COMPANYO I

i oot Tor*. to Mtoo4 M IT M. IL IMk EC Tai t-IIM. N. AtolOM. fan y
A "Co to Church" movement ley, evangelist, who also spoke Girl Victim of Amnesia. Now M4 in lot_Moot rive Mt Ftttbm to 11. ., Wotoi C-. ON. Form rotkAbo

February and March of IMS on "Evangelism. Twentyfourwere Found Here After Hunt StroHor ttooL Parr Walters for, Para ... O.t-..Towo --......
Mil sponsored. by the Wand presentTO Cast I-I4M to oM ut William; ....... .,ji

District Ministerial Association, it A teen-age air amnesia victim, EbmllM Is ow aot tend OIM < won and wen ton rw kooorirr ot

'anal decided at i luncheon meet- BK&br who wandered away from Red- aoonrakl* Purposes, .nl.t the .1II ] .-III"' """,",,. Ewkkw M>.r ut

, W Tuesday in the Tint Baptist BROADCAST SONG land Firm Labor Supply Centeron I so fa... '-'- ad bent : Plot than took fMtoro of euro
Church of Homestead The melody of a song "Hush. Thursday of last week was sat better .qulpped: line Ie f a ..... took ot .....tit fltdoMj S
fepr. Sldnfjr H. Davies ot theethoditt" Little Angel" whoa words were found unharmed In downtown 1 ''- ftttran, batter .-. oot otrao. ,
than the ADELMAN: .... ....
arm* Tto toM >. nr to*
1t Church of HonM- composed by Francis J. Homestead on the following day.It Lab
> Brady of I STEEL 00. tt M. *..k .... a (. Mol ot Owner k* Mlnob Sb
ftad. the Rev. Bruce A. Cum- Goulds, will be broadcast Monday b Mid that the girl li subject Tto* rot BOW I this. oitokUotoMot whom to Mot ot

of the Homestead Prosily over WIOD on the Singing to such lapse of memory 1e.tl..a and arrr hIt.-, :' to this .... Mo b two to s of
Church and the) Rev. Robert Keyboards program and baa wandered away from wator, roo on, tian into ....1aP 'I to *o tor bow m tho week b a
Phillips of the Homestead Another song of.Mr. Brady's" home on other occasion M .... .. a fall Mow of pip : / OM Oot -*... .... Ut
.Church of the Nazarene were ap'pojnted jt war. aoioiliilb.. I / moot ,... MO plan to B*.
to serve a* a planning SERVING THE PI.... wkottov saw .. and ...go"a' .b toiiio amt .. tto loaf r.. This
oaunittee for the campaign. MANY TEAM WITH SIGH GRADS: oonkint.. b Intended far roan ; she Pants,., portable .......* MOO.
Slavic orrtn. IMot onooo b and 1 I to ttoM Nan ...... bring UM work
foX musical program was prated :
I..a-555)5* Mock, bat patnM tto shop This _too to M MOT to
by the Rev H. E. UcKin- NATIONAL BRANDS INC fire too.. .. fear wham the I', M Poor ......... Jet MO 1-1.. t
dooooo 01 pipe mMortol ...' PM will (ot OW' sad offtobot
Ito io mr OM a resolution ,
D strict Farm I :
Housing Mlul ............ say N. W. lath ... ".. S-IMS. .., Btook P... Dbtilko Ono and ........ Catch '" PM to a dollar or a kow f#,
setfdjby, WFA Board ton for Lily u4 Libby FUMM Foods M4 Other M.UMO| stands 01.AJoo tto ,oWlll. to .sire oorroorM tollan sash ot -""....... poor .
who. ottor. or* of fortot ....... is a..n.'law and --do,
1 Wpeetiin' Rotor apple for Croiora Slovak Race.... nt ".... Complete ..... ol .
n tour of WFA RotoroEooJoBMt.. E.. Tow Lund Domtor.Tto firm that will guard onloM ". ,! .. Nathan ........, Ito toot of this
fiat;* camps and private grower alms plan. tootortob. b tto OM b wolUoowa, far hIm a Tbtt Ito
[quarters was made yesterday by I distribution ot tot orolorli bIMritoto an uj ki OMol to on lOt only ace thrift wllk Ttor knew tow ortoot mover pol OKHMOVAt.
titan Shoul Capt. Harold Bauer koitooM tW .. feooorUolM ash, todw ta Mrotooloc tto tooto raooHoito
...m. ...... It b Urvwk wise')-b I their iMfltao, but ttolr koowtoto W Roroooto Take Yale
ana First Lt Bob Eddy all of
erdws tbet the w-- deter is ....u.>, flavor. ... orfao, b toooor The
Iwjshington headquarters", who ....... U onry oHnouliy, Um ad.all. konr what the was% .*. wkot they :
|,wer* escorted through the, area this. tn of dealer rrRorto the should lot wt ... to Hot o ..... :]ill1
,{ K. A. Roberts, manager of, ontoto of the lonlHx. and ku M tout who will mad the, tMulrHMOto.lo M.1:1
Ul4 Bedland Farm Labor Supply Ito insured at loilioiii ao4 their ....... ..ells the tirno.. this wkibtolisrootry
IMI l-Mt, R. C (Mart
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pter. nr that the wknioulosncor firm OO.OMIUBOI them less *
VoM lla TM Late Tim Rocoooot Now Mw save
sappy tto thooiiit pd MO aw bat meads ... arena. easy effort tovrwrUo
tIc IN !. Vonokb Tin Bonfco. II-Moor oorrko M AN Mokoxrabtor
> Vegetables tnlb. sad staples tto loMMOorat TOMT oo. wakwttk
that art required tm the W Ito merchandise that toot Mob, -.......".... owners -- ...... case and Irork owaon m VV>rUa. Mar 4

iN; AND AROUND home sad ooklto. Mltao oUeok. j the sands 01 tla dtlm.b. -_. laa.isus I* their lira thus tto UaltotoramMl w* ranml Itoroforo, wtoa Well rar oww
I' skive .... knew quality ...4 the ommadv weaar 1a this m used roraoa that team right tto* '
.. ortoo .._I...... Cretan 15.1.5.l ..... M tokbtoMO.t lock M thin ran PlNm gevera.wL our _1 lira ..*. .
it HOMESTEAD; sad mnubto I. CUMI form ton a fM orrvioj to the kMlHr tavklk ponoiu Iron to boas that vitalniktor. Doat wall mm kf too..lot. TIMrarapprt

j d aksed--le a w* lit*. All they wk b that Past toto Mw Buy Mt rM IkaOMBib at
bottom to crop are :pla:=' :-:1;1: Ttor vat only supply 01 Ikrmuk M oar of tt keep tine Iono..Ip. ...-............ mat of oaluahlo tin ....... B,.. bring
>i;, XConUnued from Par Six) I mast alas bollto the Mrai of kUrooon pat.t expert dbtrlbutloo nntom wllk tto kD ........ .... kofon ttoo rot to the ta*.,jtkna la and to gourd ot the toot
aot the .....11"of( the ear1e' important bases* Mot-food-kot hap war point, reap -. Ttoft thus rtft.Baiuklp and that Mtr trod *o.tkwhlrk
ftnond of North Haven are when ttatrlMtloa at merchandise b ro.1 oun o. Muno) thrash wklck ton ooou* to oo U wen o>f* driving M I noBM more .1...... 0tI MACE.
I ed this week. expect-I'sand b* retail ....... I meow b kept l. tool dmaIa.... Aftor" .. MT rubber.x Heavy ....... Cop Mtr triad depth
IE Mr. and Mrs. S. NATIONAL BRANDS tat. supplies AIL that M a attar that shawl to kept are carious trims ot ncooplar note M maw then OrtlBOiy _..., M
|tads\ of Fulton, N. Y.. ,.omllt* foot arotmto ta LIBBY AND uppermost I. the Mlooi o* bass owners oorrlM but the WM manna to this. *H Ito meat to roar BMMrp Tkow....
linda, to spend the winter LIBBY fomov foocb, u wall M otto who M* vitally. iBtoroitot la oMuimltrrosrojo work toM whom H M.... bawled. with'I ooamaloaUr heated to the prairie .| ibis.
, I here. They were accompanied oatfeaallr kaowo kraati I* We assert, tkoroforo, that a the proper oqalpomt kr skilled wortoa. oetlo*, at IMI M. Miami ._ offers
. Iby:Mr. and Mrs. Tony Feneatiil room* knlib ate teased ::= :1|I I housewives or ting the toH b Mm foot Thin DTP of Mnrlot b furabtotkr I .okk ut Officious omlat at tow emu
and family also of New York. owlon tkniiikoat this .matt an*. nor Products Mk their ...... for tile *.I the DADS TIRE CO., of Miami. .who I Mr. B C. McLwtoa fimllwrio kaovaj w,
|*i Ilr. Willard Williams Mrs. Ed' laver a ratio ol rtral) ....... talba.I Usually' kMwo and famous LIBBY AND kr noooa of their ....... kbk. lu* work j, M M.. the toot at this Ur kotlaom b
5 sM ....,. bum now a teat tool ut LIBBY BRANDS kr MOM, ut ..... M I ar* wMaomlBaT *= knrtBoat. -:I"p....., I* hct w*
and Mrs, Frank :-.I.
Ii. UMUa Slum .ice .the **rt crt '..... a.beatas.--Ads. TWO firm the 1 are toM krt the tort I. the ...1.. M.rata. W"
Iltlfbalskl spent SUpday with Mr.Fani -- Halo, furabto awn reapply of UM;' ,OM to Brio* roar tan IrouUoito
, Mrs. J. L. Bran in Bedland. ot all Made and at the Lot eat loikilnail klm.-......
h (f, 4- Q. Mills who works In Flamingo MOVE WITH BOND"TWjK
Ito* Too AenM the ttnot Atom the Coo.trr

his family spent here.the week-end with JACK'S AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICAL

David Snow left Tuesday for BOND TRANSFER 1C
KjPlerce to visit relatives for 10 ;
( (jtCpL and Mrs. William Adams ......_....* In Nlaaot III! N. W. Tit ..... V. D. ..... ,... Tol. MI44.aorrtooT .
..... CONVINIBNTI. LOCATED (Our of ... HiP bat DtotHrt .
ot{Miami pent the week-end she Tkrmlint IM Trrrnrr for Meet (oara. Loral oat teas ) AT Ifs 11' W.
here.Bl DbtoBM .*. ..'.'"'"at*.Uoolo.Qolrk lot EffMoM ferric*. MTH ST. TIL. ....... JACK UOLCOMS. F OP. RIGS CLAM RLSTTRb
Mrs. Ida. SHverman and Sam Noting rabbM. which .M fall seas Piiioa having the work too* AND IGNITION. SERVICE rEATlREO. nIT DRIVE IN.
f Eilferman Miami visited here tt tto ITMT brims w mar >.... and'J This omb lacluooj Ml oalp lae'Ins
Tuesday. I 'flood! etar.t. but aba oaekla*. galas. Dependable mama ta ttortbui. Hcktlix.jM4 I 4 a ritlnl thorton o. mitorlalt M
ho l M wuMMiMnK trill to gnay t
Mlppln or bo* tbuao* toullo M a.rtlBM. bnlllni wk a lutorjublto b rah I I. M ptrtt for NMtono, ........, IM.mtora. .
( :Ni..............e................e simplified sod Ito warring will !to .OM.mlttr. TolrptoM tkb firm at I"". lot .lwmr _"'Ie. tot tt b _lliU "I i . M ..sere. *.... Mr. Hok ob b
JAMES. ARC= SMITH tffMnllr M4 .....MbMly H HMMl I'Form will to MIDI til fcamrtbto __ JACK I AUTOMOTIVE ELfCTaICAL''1 giving( the tool BoBlbto sins* to kit.
r HOSPITAL NEWS > ...mnl b utrwtM' to BOND Ta.u".1 SERVICE In Miami it IM N, .... loht d.. many Mtnot.It .
mass...............................e FER IM? Mia..': I seeeast|, tort the fMtura tkl l try of arnica: .b Ito or.trtotl duty of m
3, F Miller USN This. wears has now" foollitin few moat ot Its hid la the BoMb *. ItI at tow met AH work dee kf 'mpwU.M .I kb or how ash for trooioonliit ... L
I J-c storekeeper movies. perking. sd dose. of I ban sired tkb toirlUH* for many poor Mir MOM *ntwm > trt _l......1 I fate wakes W M* that oil pails m tm f
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Mrs. Miller are parent besihold gat se ho!_ ....1 .1..1,It too emotionally hart ru working : Tto bralUo* iinlm b the knit of all Ito Mat possible remains t..n ret expound thlrteen-ounp sal every use In maned b equipment ** to the admen Bat It pan _.. equipment and should have ate the iUrtor, far )MUHM, fan to wwD, I
dater born Nov. 14 at Jams _load kr MM 01 Una e.-w- sot'loot aalarloj to tt* _.. many of wtom testing M MM M the lhtkt-t wnN.1 1 ..... debase waken ...... to .......'
' [Archer Smith Hospital. Mrs this seem IIM.Bwr !too too la its employ to a lone tin* ....... Wto generators MO sea fuss end M sow 0 artless .IBM In tlo ..4
I Miner is the former Miss Phylli mu*.t lob Va" to -.nest l They too too thought the tackoJoo of timing _Ir. Ito _IM b ..lootbh.Iwort It 11 man ae.mmw .ow alassear
IW MM, proesh arum ....l>hiii 11.,1.oot eras morlBc, problem M whet ran w* MM rotor ........ >|.. b i........ the UM Mara work lon.nll.
( Surgical patients this week to solved M DM tprt: ..4 ..uWilr.Only the __ *f the BOND TRANtTER PMMr bee .iMlndhK the rewinding, of Mlta.At Wt _I. ttonforo to theme 01 outNOtto
I were Mrs Louis Verdi bf worker with Bas Mprto*.* ....... later* and Un and moacrOW. this slap b "t of the high eat 4IMet. .. Growing Winnow or tMwrolor ro.
[stead Mfg Ceot Weed of know the base WMkol to UM iMUntlf). Mir w* *aoot, ttorrfor wtoola M mm lurabk 4rooito Mrrln Mwon Mir wrrtot that ..., drive .. to Ito .ro
Mitts and Hom"l and are ape of MvUx iiek robIMM sad of this Iran of atrrb. toot you to quick. uJ seats Mrrlro otrtorn a ... ton ttol work dome NOW. Jock
[Miami Mrs Faye M that the Mk of wady or,i dn this firm a silt Mr. versa P. which _p. ",. men wntrallrluiw.li I K......, Sr, and Jerk ........... ,... tktkoub
.ton**, will snwmi mM and e.ua.fmrlorly. Boat, the oapakb. and afflobot toad of < toe unable to seek ot this firm, are wall knees laUMM
*A tonsillectomy wad performet This n>* of Mrvlc _.>. this Mils aat otorut firm b won May automobile ovum ll this as I PO",",. Tang tart b l. oar armed .
[for Mrs. J. T. Lamb. of South: MMMMy !. the low rni u -ll MIII hams to this MoHo. Plao poor saw bklr. paw Ito .....e iMlbblo torkj\ fan M orojnt.. May to have a Oft
)< 'mL I *' xlnhnim W toio>v..l.K* to the: tag proMiom m kb toa*. .At.. Ttowk Ito "'., -" ww effort kat a eel as woody ...-.- ".

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'Sharay M i"w'ad whatever is boar Enorm today MM the Meat for 1 1II !I MO! of tto males ..... BURDINETt frwto oro loatorot. The foraHortlot IIvaD/I .. INO. b) Mimi. km,
*#"%Wd 5 OWN" h marketed fan she ddw w t IWnlilly b Hair Urn arm d"urtmove II _"'- J'rIoo:. tooo, fonkklaa *oarto .Bto M-, Miami ow..i.. Mkwil oj....... and toliuot
featlydT d.p.rs.h of ausrsrrs, the pnk..e .f -""- __ .., nt obo roooo ta snowless The. find Ito otoi for smfcol )Islas, back ., halt a IIIOOTT bas toM .........
the so.plsue'Se.n pe4mato 4 Iswb nwnisbInse fea.ka.y and aash I I..- b ......... very tow MMwtt to OMton ut .olotonl komo, EaMltoBtbot to the MMMOM of ....._ with to.!*..
w ,1rKir phappo, aad IgoInkriar tko mato sea -- w .mg..blr. .. am Anew The armed -......1I. I ate. p.bam. Chol., mad lade s. be. to* .15. c. MM* Ito flo Mlb. H ISM.Bwm
fan ,..star ad Mrs. torn H b eel /gorse" M ...... elm tto toot Mph dada ot ..... thou; suit kinooi of the nonrtr at BMtorbb. wok (to OMrtoto for tto tootfortoi
.pokily rd. Is be mkden ise. eight Mae alma eras it ,'whMhhmrte emdr..wae smile with ': b.helPower .( krMkt obis to the i w.. Tab .... an ..... ... oW deals min
eerahe sswad.. slab. aw most pmab ..mw .., -so- . of inn*, 'oibto I* ottor to. KM of bmemshhg it -'las. Theirfaw.rd
INC.rbe .ace whlb tk.loedkl.n .-ucr .......... II ..., oodh dwwt.ma tile am.rh t ... ban i|pet..ah, 000 east Pa. t. ...... pdf.L w .wrari.ald
101 ...fir." is Ink.'rod with cis wise In a Mss !litoal1ltD11fn good w t1, 4 ... The so" a" look I wrong to slot sse of two*.% room kr people. to Ikb MW M WON M the
bawwmw..d on*** 31W w MIn.L loblink-600 has lit dr.V.mh sow -tlve II .... ooooral Moo ..oonrtoa *Mm, oartoloa. laded, who .r.5 From 0 Shown" lahe
Mr e.rw.A.e me. as sell npnWlse so tbes .and ....... Thomam team &bk .f ails II.O..O.Q. pbtorn aot tobnllaaooo ... n. is eeSdma II lito sashederewtl '
*, IM "" ; M-r mass Smoot" a--al moves th96 d e.the -.. TV Mac-is PiiMOoi b a koo ,. her for the horn*. If door some d this .tad .... wbha -
snap .to aV46. making thin leafy tto rural Tea the wind m pas f.rb M tM< The sow ut smmab ot otock toMOotoonoJH loss t.MnoMQt b a ooritokb awns ofs. ou Iwin .. ootoia of the owoH tJ
w bola. aetf.M.. torn, M It *M a _MF am The ktor > Wto rife Otto apparel ...' bast eeamem" 5r der h11aAs aid toot ot BURniNn b)' MboU. W. Mo.
IS Is sandy, deft..1acaeca diViOAd W r-- a" smmrwstM ,horde" 'Amos. .Infaa? sod bath Obtain" sulfur.The kowwbeld ...... 4k.d.e abet peadow some
beu.a, adMef.arased a beds* by a amaise to show = went Room% bases aras f.Rases. Oft Amm mid is ssN.mlow d on.l this some .... ....-. bmdan.a,
fen MIYn now ..ad p.4aad me for .. s".... b.5ev and eser 965.1maidLYmi aid As 5,555, dwouges war ..iis Do rem Clumsiness ........ IIOW. AgIR
as oar r teats sNah.d Is pawl Vwkmm male M as ...... Is ,_ y,1; Yewed. ..rbh, wan w anew. Solna beet .... IlUUllln amen Abe
Tbrb, her O sal ..s .dew soar. sad to RVRMMVt to Ml..... -I edla ad and final, one raw passed soOW -4 ....,.. ISoR kr-1>....>.i M.N rise.Faan .
hmdbfto a.dsm.a S" doom ....... dre..r.r : MstNMtlyra.: Whom Medb anew 1 .., .md.p 4 u them atarDr ew..D.e a ape be ..... 'sees sifft on,hedail..n

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I Mon IsWHon show and gymkhana "
r "..rly American Musle" WMth Tom Vann, Mn J .H. Webster.Mr I at Harold K. Kendall borne. Graduation exercise will beheld John Brown. Mn. Wm. DiUe]
II subject them of the Monitor *. John Whlchard' Mn. Alton Wow 2ft of Redland next Wednesday In the USQ Mrs. F W. Walker, .Mr*. 1C. t
Music Club which met this weekt Hood and Mrt. Wnx Payne. -Meeting I nutrition Harris, Jr., Mrs. ,G J RomanMr
clubhouse for the class In
Mn J. t i Guests wereMn.. Ceo. Har P. T. A. executive committee. : -
t the home of Burton: Walter Welt, Mn. A. E
'. with Mr*. Burton. Mn. A. M. Logan din. Mn J. V Free, Mn. H. t 1 Nov -Merttng of RMland and canteen work which\bas Paul Mr.. J. H. Brooks, Mrs. Mil
been conducted the
Mn. Looni Hood and Mn. Davit, Mn, Frank Skill, Mn E. P. T. A.Nov. I ot Mn Margaret A.supervision Sy- dreg Hendricks, Mn Russel
A. W, Hutchinasn a* bolteeaee.o I B, Blackburn Mrs. H. E. Cooper 27-Meeting of Homestead frett, director of nutrition for the Sap,Mn W. D. Miner, Mn. ZIt
Mrt W. r. Cherbrough, Mrt Rob- Art Club at home of Mrs James
Mn Clarence Gray program i Dade County Chapter of the Am. GeBer Mn Iva. Rauich Mr
.J director, told of tilt music of American ert .Gentner, Mn. C. ft Parman S. Jones. 1 er.R.n: Red Cross and Mn JohnL. Margaret Bowden Mn Den.
I Mn. Clare Adam Mia June Nov; Thanksgiving dinner Komara, Mn A. L.
Indian, and Mn. Sam J. Butt, county supervisor Of vocational BurgreenMrs.
; ., Davis spoke oft mountaineer hillbilly Hardln Mia Margaret Cabr, Miss of Woman's Club ot. the Red- home economic Frank Hausman, Mrt Jane
and negro mualc Virginia Camming, Mist Dorothy lands, Visitors Allison Mn,Betty Lynn Naylor
welcome to attend
,', Miss Marllou Harris played two I Barton Miss Martin and Miss Dec. Homestead ichool carnival are Mn Opal M. White and Miss KLegette
I the exercises at which graduates
Marllou Harrt
flute tola*,'"Souvenir" and 0 will wear their canteen uniforms.
llto Undo," t* piano accompaniment Lunch was prepared for ih
by Mist Lena,Helen Martin.LINDGREN-MULLENS BETROTHAL TOLD; 13 At memben the regular were meeting urged to of attendIn Nov group by Mn, J. R.. Brook, Mn
't Piano solos, "By the Sea" and f John Murray, Mrs. A L. JJur-
uniform the Red Cross '
"Dawn on Normandy, were given green Mn Walter Weiss .am
which will be held Sunday in Bay .
by Miss June Hardln, and a :Mrs. A. E. Paul
The engagement of Mill Pritcllla Mr Llndgren wa graduatedfrom Front Park.Memben.
solo, "Ma Curly-headed Baby, .
was sung by Miss Virginia Cum MulleN to Aviation Cadet Redland High School and. present Wednesdaywen The annual congregation tuppe,
t min*. I Carl James Llndgren Jr., VSAAF attended the University of Florida : Mrs. Ralph W. Klngman of St John' Episcopal Churcl
I "Jeun- Before going into service, he Mrs. John Murray Mr Ida K. will be held this evening In. the
Mn W E. Gaby played
1 announced Mist Mul-
eise," a piano solo and MlaiMartn was athletics director at William Cichenberger :Mrs Geo. W. Drlg- Amerlcap Legion Hall Arrangements .
't whistled "Indian Love fen'i parent, Mr. and Mn Thomas Jennings Bryan Junior High. gen, Mr. A F. Arthur Mrs. J. are being handled by th
r', Call." Franklin Smith ot 1<77 Wilt SchooL R. Brooks. Mrs Ben Roberts Mrs,I Woman't Auxiliary.

A talk on club Improvement ave Miami Beach. Mr Llndgren
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was given by tin. Julian H. Web- 't parents Mr, and Mrt Carl

e, tter. music critic. J. Llndgren of 3241 Riviera dr,
Gladioli and other cut flowers
Coral Gables, formerly made
were used effectively for decoration
Blane mange topped with their home in Gould ",
I' The wedding will take place in
whipped cream and a cherry was
served with fruit cake. February after Mr Llndgren receives
The club win meet Dec 11 hit eommiatlon In the
with MM. J W. English I meantime, Miss Mullent will con
Members present were: Mn tinue to attend the University of Your Holiday
Davit, Mrt Gaby, Mn. Hatchln- i Miami where the "It a sophomore,
ton, Mn. Logan, Mn. Gordon and IdaLindgren will completehit .
Ivey, Mn R. E. Edwards, Mr*. E. pilot training at .Bainbridge,
H. Collier, Mr.. Wm. Mussel- Ga. .
I white Mn Lloyd Delta, Mn E. Miss Mullen 1* a granddaughter i .. Beauty "Plan
L. Lawrence; Mn W. R. RIrd of Dr. John C. Gifford, instructor "
t Mrt. O M. Frick, Mn M.C Law.r of tropical forestry at
reran, Mn Chat. H. Stetfanl, Mn.H. the University of Miami and "
L. Brandenburg Mr*. J. J). Coconut Grove pioneer She 1* t ,
an alumna of Miami Senior High'School It '.1" /
Redd, Mn I. P. Mclean Mrt. .
Carl Anderson Mn W. E. ,
Rheney, Mn. Whitney Beam. Mn .; .
f Frank Webb, Mrt Gray, Mn Pvt and Mr*. Carl Shaffer S l ,
Ivan Moter. Mn Herman Mark.. celebrated the eleventh anniversary .
Mrs B. P. Webb }tn E. H. Gal-, of their marriage Sunday)
laher, Mn Burton, Mn Lonnlo entertaining at dinner Mr. and
i Hood Mn J. R. Rutland, Mn J Mr. Paul PulleD I" ,1

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Rex Thanksgiving "queen." Relax in comfort here while J W1;;

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37 PI tROM *e* .w ifnw of our:skilled beauticians gives you a new, exquisite beauty. I

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so Menof law x 11l i' Ogee io. ckoiee UUS eb.r agtst, '.ASh TRAY "..'. CoW, 'Wave. Perteifiei: 15.00:( ); . j

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, i ii i l4'ovemberl71944 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Pare Nine

/ !Mrs Burley Dandy', Mrs roulk meet(ni "*,n Nor 30 when the I Ifertile I I i cream was served by the hostess !
I Mrs, P. J. Franklin, Mrs Green painting work and I.., Mrs. Ceo. N. WakefleU Jn4
! Mrs Jacobs Mrs. Katz Mrs R. will be fished, and on tn"l Mn. O J. Roman Mrs. wl J "
't.Social Events I R Klnard, Mn Edwin McG:- when Christmas gift 1 Logan and Mrs. p. E. Green were I
rah, Mrt Walker and Mrs. made. The regular December :accepted as new member lad
I Schumacher.CLLB meeting will be held Dec. 11 I I Mrs Bruce A. Cummlng was a
I Devil---food cake with whipped' visitor ,,:
WOMAN'S CLUB APPOINTS TALK - - - - - - --- -
Mrs. Cecil Walker, garden
Ii WORKERS FOR SIXTH WAR LOAN DRIVE chairman of the Homestead Home I .
talked to the
Demonstration Cub,
mA coiVunlttee\ to help sell bond be given In January, it wu decided group Tuesday on the plant and OUR FAMOUS '
[during the flxth war loan drift trees suitable for planting hereat
t*.appointed Monday night atfataee Mn Carl Schumacher was this time of year Miss Eun'ce LONGERtAsTINGCOLD
ing of the Woman Club made a member of the club. Grady,county agent, gave suggestions -
nt Homestead Mrs E. J, Dyal The group went to the Dixie for Thanksgiving decoration I
I Pthalrman, 'will be assisted by; Mrt Drug Store for refreshments. I and menus
I/. .r Arthur and Mrs Geo H. Those present wen: Mrs Bird, Flans were made for work
mtrpetrick, all of whom attended WAVE
Kit'instruction meeting held yes.terday '
In the Mayfalr Theatre in TO GIVE SECOND I
t [ lentTh* club decided to buy NOV. 22 FOR BENEFIT OF CAMP NURSERY
font or twd bonds during the drive.
/ IF.Mrs. Stanley Wlttkop was "An Emergency Delivery" it aides-Mrs. Paul Cox, Miss Mary
,[gamed chairman of arrangements 'the subject of a lecture for women ! Ann Brown. M ')' EngeL
[for'the club's Christmas party to only to be given at 8 p. m. Hits Ruth Murray Miss Myra .
IM held Thursday evening, DeeMl. Wednesday at the Redland Center Bell Miss Ada Frances Johnson
Serving with her will be assembly han by Mn Pau- Miss Eleanor Sullivan and Miss
I flirt F. B. Greene Mrs H. K. line Flynt Waddell, area health Anne Hickson The group wore
jroulk and Mn Adrian Jacob supervisor of Dade and Broward baby bonnets mud of crepe paper .
r like clubhouse will be decorated counties and the hall was decorated
[It was voted, ,and gifts to cost not This Is the second of a seriesof with clotheslines hung with a
a [more than one dollar will be exchanged three lectures Mn Waddell Is layette.
[ by,members I giving to help raise funds to finance I

[UhtUSO appointed dance Mrs Foulk of Dec.chairman 7. of old. babies No charge less Is than made two for yean admission ....., . ....... .- .,
'treasurer reported $509.58 but collections are taken
[to the treasury Mn James L. for the nursery fund.
I[Bird reported a net profit of A substantial sum was realized .
I JJMIOI from the Armistice Day at Wednesday lecture from the I I
trance which the, Mrs. Gladys sale of coca-colas and sandwiches
(Walker and Mn Wlttkop man- and from the collection which was
I laied. The next club dance will taken by a group of uniformed Swirled loveliness in soft, young .

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hair-dos that are the prettiest,:

The Love of BeautyIs SAGS most flattering in town! Plan fora I

glamorous holiday whirl now-

a Human Trait Come in today! ( \\

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wear woman to beautiful own and ? 1151TO Mae Morris .

clothes is her American

privilege. o y MAKEFabric Beauty ParlorKrome .

Enhance your beautyand
increase .. tr
your enjoyment ; -
of l living Ave. at N. W. 3rd St.

( with our ultra-chic ,wl
I'; designs and models.

We have a complete
line of junior and '
j i misses' dresses to ::4 a

choose from.. fjm r mwfrnut'
Three plans for buying -

,) cash, charge and E ".R lslN1Z.JMf HI, :, . .. ,
lay-away. If it's WE AO UCULJUR.ISTS
smart it's from MUST OcGAN'dt,
; Starling's. ONCE'
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: Dresses
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|f,Sam with fall, pleated
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Plant your money. tn our good value and .
Bur WAR Bonds .,.ea'1l reap real lathfaetionl You'll' &!. like

the'friendly icrrfce. ....

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fns. Wilson on June 1$, 1118. signed the bill Incofporalfng
the JSoy Scouts of America.I I
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) TALKS 1944: education make men ate conomle confidence; education '

PEARSON free; everyone should be educated should develop character]: ,
; adult education shAld *eample and education ahould foster I '.,

/ OfliDUCATIONBEFORE and distributed; -'mod responsibility and international .. :, ,", '
I educational tool (radio paper, understanding ,

magazines) should be fully used; Piano selections were played by I
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LIONS there should be complete freedomto Mrs. W. >E.! Gaby. David Casklns ; 1

learn; education should enrich Red Croat hid worker at HAAT
1 ; personality; education should cre will be the next speaker. ..... .. .. ..
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corporate a spiritual quality and

; must condition ont to (act. the '

.\ broader horizon of the .ver... STREETER REAL ESTATE .

pending "world" Dr. I, T. Pear' . ,
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4 ton, Dade County supervisor of Baatnam .CaurWn saI Rat !oWe So tatata. BfemMv W Miami ( Clmiakar' ofCwnmoN . . ... "_' ...
r teachers, told the Redland District *. Offtool !*<*<** ta Mmml. ITU M.*, at W. Plat'**. .To!. *..<.. : .
t. Llonl Club Tuesday night. Under Ik* DlrwUm af RIR and AL Stramir.. &8TAlLI RED PROFITABLE BUSlKEHEI .11
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"From birth to death education : ONLT FOR SALS. ALSO ALL TYPES or REAI, E8TATR. HOURS ;
Is a lont'nuoui process, and Ideally ,
I. /it should teach one to work The way to an ln*>pMdt femme eden BTREETER REAL ESTATE, ink ara.nl We will have I.
wanaaal baalnoiaabamwb W. In lollamlare kutlnomunliMlora
b otter tkrowrk Fleeter
with he other fellow rather than I '
sad regardless Hi ah or tape and Rod *aut* osptna. Tluif ""
1 to try to out-do him, he tald. Protect ta which pan are ........ a many Illonti are tot always local pop-- -> I'
: 1 Dr Pearson briefly outlined Service whisk effort aolWtlv.t r. 4 ' the nine educational tenet adopted I'" ot .....- la madrrata tndiijar sad .101... point. Whether yaw wish toW
>hy representatives of SO countries projects U funMln a dlatlart onto w Mil, tkry are to a _Itl.. to randrr .
In conventlona of 1943 and mualt ........*. adequate and satisfactory .........
old fashioned -
There are many ...,._ atabllikrMnta
\ today which a. ba operated it a profit
{ with mama onrboid,' to which this ",.. ,,'
fire will refer .tat. Knowlnf Uu chanotar THANKSGIVINGDINNER: .:
of ItoMnit yon want, tkiy kara pen ".
SERVICE mind. If lip do nn.. bow( lMIy what ,. "
1\1I.I. yon want when you -tint IK*. Their
1 lint cf general
H............ U Miami tt S buirneu and Knln.ml .. '
I .rliii. ;>la. In COLD SPOT and CRl'NOW. Repair Party 'er Immediate 110.-.... ,., ..
f I FOR ui U K SERVICE: RESIDENTS: OP HOMFBTEAD SHOULD BRING THEIR i Ths! .>tate firm .... manytulo> .
; ; REttlIf.KRATOKg OR BHOKRN' PASTS IN. WILL SAVE TIME AND MlNEVf Westland and tt raaaonablt ,,,,,-,'VarfofM For.You' :. ;;:.=
.. people In .business woulj like N .
i \ i.. "vnl wnlaa. on all makes dom.*tlaM M with. nfrlcaralon for wtil-. H b Males n fhaarc, bn1 they hardly knuwtka ' .
I 1.c.erolel Mfrlwraton It ape almost impossible at the pnaaal time to boil arenas t> ,...... Tkla office faIn a \ ''
E rblturf business naulrlnt wit only nVwWMw I I more tool factory atnlM at even dral.at ,'onv. 'J
i i a poiltlon to give pan *om / and aklllad workman with ai ......... Hm begin, this firm aamnta Ml analysis of .....11..., possible trade op.portunHloi < r .*, "* 'i" t
i tkoroiuk midwaUndlna. af mechanism I* the rant add aolna any difficulty and Other ekanKtarbtlM.Thb ,
Wendy Ira refrigerator. a the market that la being ........... U NOW Pan Service' b of rant value to ten '_ '10.

y # and ...... M longer ...ur.._. but Must lot Severed. thor either. ara pravarrd Person who wbkaa to own aa well So to Thursday .
r a lln. of palls thai menu awry dmandOw I duplicate the part or they. know the pane who want to buy. tad HV : ::, rN6v,23 1 '
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of the bat firm qualified tat the aouraa froai which. It ma be aararW your for the aabln*. A eoiuullatlon ,
\ this in of work la the JAMES la the Shortcut poaalbU !length vt U_ with this office should W very bna.ami .
; HUHNSlim REFRIGERATING' : 11"1 Pipe Mlle ., any akap or all* an aliaaarriad. M ,_ .
f I al MU N. W. nth ..... Miami. while. aoojplat mrkaallnf bIndUMuallr ., .... :
Bill and Al -.n ill types
Menial and dommtb Dean can rail upon east..*..... Bacauaa ef ton
of Miami tad Miami. Baaek nrop.rty.Tkrp .
them with. complete OMfUrar* thai any Situ ,.. kovmr, brought abort k> Ik whkk ;"
bows many listings, tkaykonMtly .
) ... wpaln or adjustment work will ba done war akMId. refrigerator mechanics arMama. r : '.
t I* a rarf aatbfutorir aunxr, and tint Therefore, Mr. I... B........ the believe will Prow vary prof ItabbItnatnanla. SERVED AT ALL HOURS 1 jI
h r the rha..... will ka nuomakla. Many well kowaj....... of this firm, encomia W* anoint that thaw of I I BREAKFAST' . ,. \-1
t t oar readers aanUmplntlnf. the
.. that rrfrlnrator la this sootier purchase .. .
kola. a firm thai ana ban send WMK I. .1
t of an type of fast aatala, do a* ..... -
this aanii and laaraad that iW .Mtillni rapalra bring their nfriiaralanW
Maiind > They'" 'baa property of aD ......, aadlarlU ,I
better aarrlia kaiiama tk.r are broken awn Into Ma ...... If fo .
a Quipped to l_..... will do this, k* will tin rot aanloa JIM poor IIoU.... Tkay kav calbmy
I'f : a.. with lb.Mot wart al UBM. I|I" promptly a* b kuoaalr. aoialkla.. If day for vroparty Particularly apart.
rent and So, whether buying.Mlllef Paln1sca'.E.
I Moot kalali; '_......, donned, WMf.kata yea see having Fluster usably self I .
.. at leasing, visit this sins
t and confectionary. atom an aaulp. &- . -A'. ,

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r ASK FOR PEraKOLA AT YOUR FOUNTAIN Open Daily From ( a. m. to 10 p. ... I


It .: office and Plant orated at fill N. W. Nth St. TeL MT4I. R. R. Pollen, GeaL Mar, : PROPRIETOR
BOTTLERS af MMaw* PEPSI-TOLA. *Tfci Rice Nickel Drink Worth a Dl. .."
t nttl-lOLA b Sold kr Dealers Tkraafkaat this satins la VOnnea 'Settle and M ands Paanlnlna to BIO TENOt'NCtCLARKRS I
FOR '.fINT.. But II to the .-...1Ia Bandy Carlos far H.a* VM-Tkl. b the grammatical Wan. PEPSI- North Flagler Are Opp. Beraecker's Filling Station---


Par a radius of many allied the prodMM COLA By people wk aajpr quality, this I'' claw of fond products which b subject :

y of this firm ... _.... a* t pradu* h always to ....... to ....h intelligent and .....111.. manlvalntloa '
standard" af ,valli,. and everywhere they Air. t body day or wkra guru drop I a* the beers,. Intuatrr, whkkb
t are weed there b aa air of aoalabllllyad In a bottle of PETSI-COLA ban. a distinct advantage to both tb*> In.
t and akoir.Tha trembles drink, tad children enjoy R Ilk dmitry and the patella Crawshaw Engineering Co.

t .rn.l-Cola Botlllnr Company of ......_ Tame art many matomortwk '' Tk plant ta n tradlt to Ube ,........
11 i Islam .h the arodwwr of the wry *. punkaaa FEPBKOLA by the gain tt b ajwayi kept ta the moM tanltaryKwdltkM
,f IMnaa sad favorite driak. PIP8ICOUAwl for koma wx aa well aa U ray sine ) and abnnllnam P Won.issue Engineering. Surveying, Subdivision
>U la sold.. In Ilaw balled and battle! Waft *arton-M fa the moattoMomlral In *rry taik. The firm 10 never e. Pints, Supervision of
at fnnnialaa In big. 1_aM UiMa tojtlw way-to oat nothlnf of', the barrtind. when tnyon torn Stomach The Construction.. I
.. PEI'BI-COLA I* pecomiso1 aannnlma tt loving a drlak raady Wam plant baotnw II ta always h tint flaaaaondltlon -

,aa IM NMul Orlnk Wortl l>tNm*. It to the toaaa, ][ Bottba an ttarillaad. .*.,.... W .bsve purchased the maps 1.11 j;"
li t , ,
b t than, par dallcbut drink PEPSI According *a Dr. W. W. Iklnnar, aa.ablaat band until 'Ik* bottled _......... ;++ and field notes of the late A. R.Livingston ,
f ;COLA' .baa beet (bane, 'f4W nr It tabfW tkr UaHodV Stated B*. eon Into tk.' taaaa, the bustles are ....... of Homestead and
yMra. It b aafrvklni. bad fcoalttifulaaarkllnf ran of ctwwiMrfAmrrlran People kantiqnlrwd IF imbed by banal ....... Mr. Harold in work in South
f tad ........ Ones yon ka the habit af ,e.asu.be'bedth. .. Pallon. tk* hand W tk* P aUColaBottllnc Dade will specialize County and the Florida
; toaM PEPRI- OLA It will k* roar fa giving b tovmvai W a Someone extent Company of Miami b wall J ", '>
C maims known," tl noon and tt fonttal than any other oaths Boikba. being known ta tkm part May w* ......*. Keyi.
l ...... sad Intensities, tkaaa WnrM tknfon. when ml yon visit I IODA
f Dmbra IkraivkMt' tub section tad ... food p/radueta cad the from ...... FOUNTAIN that van ark for PEPSI CRAWSHAW ENGINEERING
i this ........... and tt pa* want a drink for UM bows the .praduMr aanitanUyW COLA. Ift the 11I_ ta Olsen, sops In CjD.(1| ( (

that h trey. aatbfymv and Mlcloolm Ik* alert to manufacture oalnpfvlwhhk May tad tt b arrnd ta big l_... 62 W. Flatter SI .
It I ... yw ... ardorlat specs PEPSI b tk* baL Than b ao other ._ for ONLY S ....-,..9.
Miami Jt, Fia PioneJzUIL: '!


I.f DRUMMOND UTirCOMPANYHiadanaibra I '. \ Ma1Mwr

Lasted. ta the' ...,.. ..... ItP .. pacing *t4 ...... TL -4JII.. i r
Under Ik* Dwarllra *t WALTER DRUMMOND
Rwwatatrrwi *f the Americas TItle Inonraao C*;, MlaMopoHa,. Mine At>....*..aa* Cerpwa,.. ACCURATR INFORMATION '


"". AMERICAN TITLE a IN8U pettier >wada nam t aW title tad as this. .bas Tube ban al their immnd 0 ..

ANCE CO.. II Mina, t .........* sera I .bIo. UU* nMtnoa, tkonky. ta. ae> ail af ... data aad Information M ik. r'ID I
r .. .... 'i .. of daBari but ta lawn, Volume traits .* mad ta Dad Oamty, t
.1. b represented ta ..... arM bytk _
'| ..,". j fram tk* day .. early MMhr downto EVER
{ lf DailMHOMD TTTLl CO.. II......lilt.' DRUMMOi0 T1TLS CO., Ml.a/.' Ik* pan* tkn. With wawa to tkbIndonmtlao 'MAY $N$

With stiles h file depot Hid*. They! kaa attolnod a marlMd topvtoMoa 1m b.W thin mnbalb.* bat ala4pmatlaal ,81R.ilir8V1

bedroom tkremvmd the stain a.{ ere as I low of tk* *fn.... tad wait owed or', aa.atla. ta MM able *nd @Wpool" r ;.
I 1 mnkmlbiM aa **r> per .p .
.. the Utk Imaiaa.a ortanba. .... ..... ,R/G YT OR WHJN
j baa a mry mm .- Tka mast M6.l wish tk* aaarytli and an a latlnftlanmnw
+ ..... ta Pbrlda owaaW .wlnarwly; (PitHb mo daaa-wr ta sal onato tianafwi .. that roads tkam pate *ndliniinalr '
tanrlM.Twra I I 1 Mtlarllnc to ban, akaMata beneficial, aw;' Ice thin kind .f work.Wahar II. ." MY COV '"Y{ '

are many litomaya ta Miami tad' to dnai latest tar t M *t the niapiatt. A. Dnmaand, Ik* wall ,_ : :

fcwrky tarrltorp that are nfflllatad with Pankaaara kannol Pled lot-.se| .*-offlrtrat. used at the DRUMMONDTTTLR -
she MUM MONO TITLE CO. CV '-_ whit a. martoaa *. m* arajnty which) CO, to imr .Mady aad wWtot to ;
ea.aW,. whole '- but pempm4. ym Pry. did not ..... Aont wbsf' the deal SWISS In tnytklna> partarnm to' skin
.. do wall to wMMH late ......... It will va* aianimaimalid fmfcajdr<" .akoaldtnaw vwataaa ta Mmml tad .... arrwtk ofinimidlml
fonUi per pew tkkr 6-....met amrrk abet my prfav MdVtlwal .... __. W* *netbarafw NO REGRETS LATER THAT A DETAIL'W"" 0nHlJ 5D
I Madam At the time of sorrow In the family we ara..coolunW*, and
sold this totatkor H ambal Ma ,att pnp.e'y. and thin t- II p.p.rudM *. to these af *wr
ass aW* ... Tkb all Mama to tk* tar ....... thin wIt -.. tad .MlfpMwt' 1 tompmltaeIk boost of Vroparty M lack the common very-day jud.oIlIvlnJ.. We are Mty
M af tk* pss.rty bow *r boa aoraor. b IN par MI .| well M a them ...... boom lint the ware of this and make the entire matter of .aur"mjrvtee5jo
!... n..twm the bessflw thde expert U the lint day af aattlimiat of asp wasalt tkb?.ffba ta iwnrd to UU., ... complete each detail to taken carts of a*they will hills,10
a-..- aalwhwd. W ray pwar *f sapk.ed ammmltav tk* tmrtl.awt the Mile to Many tttkpa appeals dntiala. Her you and you will be glad tt was handled just at wejlld; JV i j

bit Mme -- pop rip, arwora games e mntata east,' pry ---.. 0164 ob-wa be tow
P....homer i ef till.'F ... moll dualbetp .t '**r.rwjm t bed e.ie Mgt bas .. Lisa. 1-... ....... 1w ply safe Tamer FHReral 1IetR

saw Mob d.0 .-. mom w....., Sao,'..fl.iolt'eelew I .
) d tn'i0 ut 'ender."tine ...pndm.ti'set, I Too": m,: le-MW.. AlelsnAIetca atatvlea 'MOwYeads

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iiJ1BJmRlrnlllOlUOlDUunlllnlUlIlI were endorsed by the "Mrs. .Maybelle Rue returned -

!I'l of the First Baptist mem'l,Sunday from a two-day trip to :

Homestead at a meeting called. Jacksonville. She attended the
,20 Years for that purpose by the cburcb,,meeting of the secretaries and : CLASSIF1ED xmTISd 1. .1.

Ago officers W. D. Home chairmanOf I manager of the East Coast Credit ,
the board vf deacons, presid. I IIII Association and assstel In the KATE: fin insertion lOe a lint}

:TUIIII11IIlll I I I IIIIlh1IIllllillllplll I I Ill J IIII IiIII . ." formation of a state association Be a lint .

I I "James Wollam was given a j which will meet at Orlando this ____ _
"plans to build a $90,000 church 'surprise party last Friday week."
i, t fiidln< on the site of the wood- at the home of Mr. and evenln'l I I Mr. and Mrs.'Ozro Jlalnlin and i FOR RENT PERSONAL

Oa structure now in use at the W. Kuhn la celebration of his Mr and Mrs E. J. Cast pent _
ROOMS mid tpartmtnts. Reason FREE) It Excess acid
f corner of Krome ave, and Church eighteenth birthday . ." Armistice Day in Danla" causes you ,
r abfe nun* hot filer and show. pains of Stomach Ulcers, Indigestion.

I ..... Palm Hotel. Florida Oty.IOK Heartburn Belching. "

II SALE get free sample. Udf*. atBrown's

Pharmacy: i. it.al l offices Iterated I* the Faatal Blda NT N K. 1d A. .Tat Mill. f. B. IBWIN. Aavat. CATtKINQ TO FARM. oIl
FOR SALE RENT 40 acres
\ i i farm land In Highland section I I IF YOU to-t-married
K* The Hat Farm Mutual Automobile Uaaraaa. an insurance poIloIoo prcoca t roe toten. Ibis ...1'.... Tim row trades would eouth-of Florid City For further i write Bolt It, Vancouver, Wash {
Coawaay ot RloamisSta., m.. .. roe JaJura "we ether "rant or W ralaW fat Ton M M net aoUact .. particulars see A. C. Easton I WtO)
'. the postal BU. .. l'I
1l1a.1. .n p
;.Idt > damn his pmwctr the aaaiam wen sale pu orpmlbly
Rt 1, Box M8 Homestead I
SJt H J:. lit ._. aipaita to haw ever' PW II.M additional curb its Months SUN SUM, ...... '--. tl itt
'' 'a aillllo Individual automobile policy rm BM probes _n>tf and other rid pan S* POT ant of lour aolllalM ttelatla (pnl7-14tf) PROF HOMES j

....... I. JS44. Dodge tile part U am la your on with a ....1eaJ pajrwaatlmiantaani. ... aaaa whom you SWAM and "collect GERBERA daisy blooms SOc doa.I WILL CALL YOU BY NAME f
6,.... state Farm Iwo catered to the farm. JI.... asap tab .mnn for year sum taws subs pan Mrs Fred Fuchs, Roberts rd Yew' greatest wish van be jI
jar* and >mnn of Am***, apaclalblnfE I and have a* aMldmt State Fam will WOW have Pam yo UI.". la OMwkcro ease I realised, ril give yen yew 7
E aateaMMla laaaraaoa of all tiro* and, pay row hospital aaj medical bills nt. you soot sot bass ......... pear (pn24) I lucky aunber and dajr--4ell ,
f aMar special premium lM to farmers those of to IMS M. stab ram would hart paM I f j
your passengers p pee ma 2 USED bottled gas stoves, room yea when and where U play II
||l kaa grows from a ..*oM load laiar.i .. -- I I'.... I..w.... the rat* ira , heater water heater and 30-; them All readings confides. 'J.
.i aarrlar to the largest automatic la.aoa motorist .fa familiar with the will .
Every find that this M pn cost oollUlaraamam '
J gal. tint Room and water Ual Read for all nationalities.When ,
company In the nintrr with M. fin State \
ordinary aa4 tkoft poll y| will ant you little MM WAaom.ibu. I
!** o< well e_ II million ........ j jIB Paim off. th* broadest possible fan baa tku, the aralnary. |MMvetlbb ... heaters new. Iiutalled com- yea want to know the r.
I, Item Dade Co ntr. *< tn carry to gnaw come c.A..sive saveran. collides. polbMa plete with Baa Virgil Lyon,1 truth, retardingthe part, pres.{

f:..,. M ban OM ot the mnlkfwoi _...... Tko real ijMoa for stab F...'. rapU I, ... TaM CrawtaM wham mobs of I phone 8.QO-J (n7) out and future yea moat M.4 1
'In the omntrr for our population.A.tamobt. .1 I and ImwiKbM snails Hal ta IM sea I ran .sow. far a number of foam was i salt a natural born medl.... ';
InturMin fa BMMMIT.. stab parlor ..III.... __ TM .ban all the district representative for lists ...... PACKARD pickup l-ton truck Always consult the best Teene :
farm's 8"11 I.p.., and Property Item-1 hard, M doubt aarrM. SM.M 41011-6- ToM fa sew ta UM anay and has base Rood condition. L. M. llendrlck,I with a reputation It to A 1

. for some thus Mr. F. B 1"th.* 105 Redland Camp (pdl the cheapest In the long nut ,
acnt for flat fa-ai la IIIla \aMI, and the moat Important ef all JI
aba wall knowa la thin awtloa.call . A 2 NEW laundry tube, ready to Install U costs no more.

at Mia .r a sets to Mr. Irwin. 1 hp gas engine, good Bring this coupon with ,... J ,:;.'

TOM AND BILL'STAVERN will else the Mired awotatloa or on.arata. condition; 1 Myers water force 1 Life Reading for HALF Price
.. suggest that. yw da Mar
wknMlaail. ..I pump. Good bed with springs I Icompl.te I till N. W. find St.
now ar ato. la end aa* him
$690 I Miami. Florid
Toar Mt will aot ugly ka .po
prelate lout perhaps aallfhwalae. .. THE SWAP SHOP j i Take tt Bus to Door) { \I

well aa kaarf Mai' to Pan'j'"* Buys Sells Anything of Value I -- -
such sub Fana't onailaai aaa k* paW (n 10tf), WANTED JJ:

such ate a atbfc--Ad..
I _. HAVE :I7!
---- WE : request for 3 harmonicas

Home Cooking: That Brings You BackOur IN COUNTY IUnrr: COURT 13810Rite I from soldier overseas. "
DADR (COUNTY rW.IDA-M. Trailers Anyone to with tr
willing part one
( Chef Was With FoUlard's for Six Years) ESTATE orB .. Tractors t
P WERE, IM.. )' please see Woods Jewelry and .
Sirloin Steak __._.._ 1.50 Hamburger Steak.60 PIICATION rot FINAL DIHIIIAR Gift Shop. (n7-J4) .

T-Bone SteakPorterhouse ._._.._..._.. 1.W Spaghetti and Meat Balls .60 Not'final". k'.."...... (!.'...iwtKtoa, tal I have rllad"* Home made Ford WANTED TO BUY Green Pigeon I'".
Steak1.00 Cheese Ole<<8___ .I, "id.r.:... J.I*akala I '
Dlackanra aa Peas In pod. Will pay highest
Lamb Chops ......._:_..._...lOt Ham Omelette_....... 40 th.of lath B. P dar,W of.bk DM. ..,*..II"..>dl will...apply that I Tractors with 6 Rub prices. S. Rosen T E. 135th SL, \ .'

. One-haKJChlrken..... 1.Ot Chicken Liver Omelette. M to m tha Honorable W. r, Weston Coast. ber Tires. Light 1 New York Sty, (pJ29)
e-fowth Chicken.! ,71 Home Baked Lime Pie.15 Judge of Dado Cents. Florida, for lip Trailers ..
I 1 .. : prod of saw and iwaoit and tor ties ready to go.
d.......... II ,4d..I..I-.Ia 01 tM em Also WANTEDExperienced
C.x-:1d. French Fries, Hot Rolls Served With Dinners tab of R. P. WobII. d.d.nlo Second Hand J
: 'a ..e II" day of ...a... WItIIR IIU.IIARY . Chain. bookkeeper for year 'r

AdKlabtratrla a* the Batatarf round position. State
B. l>. wow, dacaaatd.
TOM P. BROOKER 'Owner DOM C. FERRKYRA'AHoran full particulars first
tot AdatlalalntrlllNor
( 17. 14. DM. I. S. II ISI4Ipromt letter. Box 36, Home- 1

\ Federal Hwr. at Avocado Dr. Tclephone314S KOTICK OF APPLICATION AutoVrecking stead. (nlO)

Fib run WANTED-Job as dish washer or
Nolle fa kl..*y "!'... tkat oMBk M Phone m-J 1
... Homestead, Fla. clerk by able-bodied woman.
Port kofcter at
Drklnaa* DMrlet 'how tfifl.a. Naai.tauTln Box A-J44 at Leaier-Enter-
........ 1)001. sew the lilt day fill prime. (nlOtf)
INS ban Plod sold Cortlflo
A. D. ..i'
mi otJIea, and ka awl up
Dlleatloa far al d-ad t* Moue Uwraan ROOM wanted by man. R-l
a< l.nc. with law Bald Cwtlfhrttneembraces -You load Leader-Enterprise. (nlO
following diaerlk Free.rty and haul.
the Pine
Ridge Poultry
situated I. Dad 0...... FIor.....
GROWERSWe to-wk s Farm. 3 miles west Florida City APARTMENT wanted by couple. ,J
E% faction IS Towmhla S4 South. Phone J88-W. (o3U) J-l Leader-Enterprise.. (nlO) r)
Room M Bart, tal>la( lie Aaraiaiara
..... la tha county W Dada. '\
pick, pack and sell your fruit. ..... or rf riorUa RARE: AND UNUSUAL trees an J
The _ainit of laid arapart* ao- plant. Landscaping and grove .l

t We do not buy it. .dry..*Ik*at Cartlflrat.0-11 T. .prl.heed.... wee Ual..la. auld th pl.nfl1l. Sunny Grove Nur- I for Prompt
OrtiflMM shall k* mlMaad aarardln cries, palm Ave. I miles west
to Uw. U. dad will haw tkmoa out of Florida Phone CAB SERVICE
*. 1183.W.
Silver Palm Fruit Growers' Assn. *DaM ink this day ..1.:0t.. A. I

D. J....
B. B. LEATH11RMAII si reasonable. rate :
Grower-owned non-profit CO-OPERATIVE Clerk of limit FloridaByk. osort.D.d& S. L. Kendrick I

,I Peeking House Is en the Seaboard Railway la Redlands circuit CoaI'loa...Oow-"J.. : D. & JUSTICE OF THE I Day Phone ............ 9108 f"
COd. 111. Nov. I. u 17 14 1S44) PEACE ,

y Sooth ef Plonuner Drive Birth Night Phone ........ 239 .
NOTirR OF UPLrATI01froa Certiflrawi and the* documents
Phone 252-J-S W. M. Crow Mlr.i rib MIIINotk acknowledged and wlU
fa ntnfey itlwa/ that Mi.. -... HOMESTEAD: CAB SERVICE '

Tan Sydney orrUfkialo Christie Miter Numbered of Cityf SilM. Miami dated Odd Fellows Bldt. P. O. Mummer. Pr... f

I the Sled Rd1.yofhe..S onM GnlNeab Its A me ".file.send, sod hen N. W. lit St. flomesirad. n* :: :
.has .... a.l_ Pr tae deed to '--- -
..... thMvaa hi a eanlaa a with law '
Said. ConI'..... embraces the folhrtrlmdainrUiad m
i trmrtr. illaatad la liaaaCauaty
Florlaa ..-..11.
Lot 4. ...... I Surge y.... Estates,
Plat Alison. fwonv .r1e11.dw Burt..... .CtWcif of I Airplane Crop Dustingis ;

EFEISE Tlorida.Tka .
_t of .... afaoartr o*> .
D aW the Ortlflral. issued wen la tka
Dome, of Uakaowa. Unties mid CrttH-I effective-economical-efficient .1
"to hall a* redressed aneardlnc to law.taa .
loud will ..... thereon, aa the
ink dar of NMnakar. A D. 1(44.
Dated thin Xlk dar of O>.....*,. A. ..

s Give '"ALL-OUT" D. 144. K. 1R IIATHERMAH Use Fico brand.dust'for .
t . J Clark ef Circuit Court
Ir' AID come-- FI..Ids
{ St. "...., D. 0.
'I'O..1'OUR EYES Clrenlt L0rt. best results.
< IT II.... I. IS 17. 14 144) ,, ( .
\4hatimir of you a" doesims -- --
._ yOt R IrES
r l For termite extermInation Distributed by

1"j. .. : jet in touch with +r'

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= Telephone M4-J-1 P. o.:Box 198
: j Phone 744-W p. O. Box 201

Week mod, 'pee td M '!I,# lame Vimn1Rs : ,Hollywood OJ "FU.. ...;/\.. r \

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PRESBYTERIAN Yule Mailing Pointers : by the beau commanding 'Officer' at Kansas City, and M-Sgt Robot and S-Sgt Henry! Sober of
I Given by S. E. Those killed were First U. s. Bumpaa whose wife Is Wheeling, W. Va.
Livingston James a Waltz of Miami. Flight living lit Frestwtek, Scotland. .' All next of kin have been notified -
CHURCH MARKS Package weighing not more Officer David K. Edward whose I Injured were first U. John and a board of ,officer 1* investigating
( \'I' thaa eight may be,.sent by wife WM living to Homestead,i O. Viaceat of Detroit Capt. Stew. cause '"f the two accident
first class man to aerVice menoverseas Flight Officer Buy W. Huddleaton !art B. Gray of Huntsville, Tex.:, *.
.1 without written requestfor
the article. Postmaster S. K. p. fumftnftnstajJaiKJtaiviszifa
I Livingston aid yesterday. Packages
\ Thanksgiving Day wM mark -
+ above that weight can be
the tenth anniversary of the .
" 1 : mailed only when specifically
t Homestead Presbyterian Church. asked for, he said. "LET'S TALK' TURKEY"
= Which WM boat ten year MO to Christmas gift to service men
I the annual union Thanksgiving,within the State, aa well as all
I 'I service just .* the building wu out- f-state civilian packages,'
: being completed. should be in the mails by Dec. I, And Make a Reservation at The .
I The Rev Frederick Volbeda to avert a last-minute Christmas
1t who WM minister at that time Is rush.
now a chaplain In the navy with Greeting card to thearmed
\ the rank of lieutenant com- force overseas mutt bear a three- Bamboo Tavern
j e. tnandcr cent stamp a* first class mail
r. i Much progress has been made
during the decade report the
j present pastor, the Rev. Bruce A. Rev. L L Mathis Back
F dimming. The church to free of For Princeton Services
debt, and I hurricane-proof manse Mathisef' I For the Traditional Turkey Dinner
; and the tint unit 4If an educational The Rev. L. L. Pan

1'1 building have been eon of Fish,sermon Ala, 1* at preaching the Princeton a aeries t Served from 12 till 8 ,p. m;Thursday, November 23
atructed. With a rapidly crowing
church school, an additional educational Church of the Naiarene. Mr.j 1
unit to being planned. Mathis I* a son of Mrs. B. c ooooo cJ
Mathis of Princeton And was
? reared there. J I The BAMBOO TAVERN'is
.j Capt. Thomas Awarded '
Services began last night melt *
f 1. Air Medal for Exploits will be held tonight and twiceSunday. ] widely known for its -
: .' 4
The public la ordlaly
\ : t The Air Medal was presented io Invited to attend. GOOD FOOD AND COURTEOUS SERVICE
Copt George "W. Thomas of Bal
r. .; timore Wd, at Homestead Army
Base Reveals oocooc a
Identity ,
Air .F1.1d'urlq last Fridaymorning'
H Of Plane Crash
formal review, far
: meritorious achievements while REl\fEMBER-This Dinner is by Reservation Only Phone 77

: engaged In .aerial patrol flights Name of HAAT personnel
volved In two crashes of
over submarine Infested waters.After
I plane last week few
i.j a mile
pinning the medal on CaptThorites' ,
t ttwrTJTTII
I Ii south of Homestead were released Li
cheat Executive Officer

f Major Ray A. Noland congratulated .,. ,
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him on his achievement
., Capt :Thomas, DOW a ferrying
,i t division check pilot earned the
citation during; the early part of .

i ) months the war flying when anti-submarine he spent fifteen patrol I If You Want to Sell

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; In the Caribbean area 'where
t. the waters were Infested with
Axis submarines and combat with
these vessels became almost dally
t routine. After an additional ,
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""i eight month on various foreign
{ duty assignment Capt. Thomas
was returned to the United States
Copt Thomas was assigned to
; the huge four-engine Ferrying; Dl-
I vision airline training school at
Homestead Field aa t student pilot
last year After completing \
thIs course the captain became a
flight Instructor for the school .
I 5 and just recently was appointed \ "
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Wednesday by the Home- ... .
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to I' the project to the community: Small tracts adjacent to city limits ., { '
service committee headed by Boy: .. ) I
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I' express-speed-Is defeated by r
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requires notification by mall of I.
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