Title: The leader-enterprise
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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: November 24, 1944
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: VID00674
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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Remodeling of the Camber THE MEN WHO DO THE KICKING AROUND OFlfATERHMTOKEYlfESTDfirund "
Novelty Works Building at S. W.I
Second St. and First ave. into a AT HOMESTEAD FIELD I t. I
modem quick freezing unit will
be begun next week by the South for Key Limes Work on the $110,000 water
1 1I Dade Quick Freezing Plant in filtration and softening plant at ,
which Ceo N. Wakefield, Homestead Exceeds Local Supply the naval pumping station near a
High School instructor in Florid City has been begun by
The demand for key limes *x-
agriculture, and Henry Brooker, the Gabel Construction Co, of
ceeds Manager
the
supply, report -
Jr, of the Brooker Lumber Co., Orlando,
C. S. Phillips of the Florida
are partners. City State Farmers Market which Several! months will be requiredfor y
'A permit for repairs to cost acts as a clearing house for tho completion of the project it k+r
$3,000 was issued to Mr. Wake- keys: growers.There was learned yesterday from, the
field by-0 Homestead city council r it a national market for Miami public relations oflfc fit
on Monday night .Mayor T the limes which are ordered directly the Seventh Naval District Approximately
,, J. Harris and City Clerk R E. by telephone, wire and forty men are employed
I Edwards: w.re'authorized to execute I mail by chain drug store from In building the three-story
a deed and.an abstract to he local market, Mr. Phillips poured[ concrete plant which, will ...
I 'the company for its site, Lots 11, says, Now from 250 M 300 douse the filtration and water
12 and 13 in Alsobrook Addition, ushels are being shipped weekly: softening systems, Mr. Cabel
j1'.i purchased from the city early in A 230,000-gaIloa reservoir
t ... Ite laid and |"a.tlt.increased says
?"J w shipments '-wm,M..taUlde duilnf will be Installed, and sll-lh water
BuTdinj plant provide for the the summer months lowing from Florida City through
i Installation of complete modem M rs the 130mileKeys aqueduct tft
facilities for slaughtering, cutt'ng! Key West will b* treated for t
up and processing beeves, hogs K FIRST PINELANDTOMATOES elimination of color and sedimentation.
and chickens, and for completely 'No maw ------ r
preparing vegetables and fruits Plan for the project were authorized '
for quick freezing: Provision will THE OVAL PIGSKIN really takes a kkklng around at Ferrying BRING in mid-April at reported
Division lads at Homestead Amy Air Field Include ...d-
In the Leader
be made also for the of
storage
lot fretball their physical training sessions.. While these pickup -
fishermen' catches. Three hun- team are definitely not la the Southeastern Conference! class,
dred cabinet and drawer type their enthusiasm more than makes UP for what they lark In skill. $4.50 MARKETTwenty
lockers and storage facilities for (Official A A..I', Photo). $100 LICENSE FEE
store and restaurant use will be
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Installed. Dade Future Farmers Hold Field Day brought-$4 the.SO first a crate o< the at the teason Florida ON ARMY STORES iI


IlAAF MESS HITS Contests at Homestead High School last City week State Manager Farmers'C., S.Market. Phil SET BY COUNCIL f fThe

lips repurted yesterday I
TIle JFuture Farmers of telor There ere about 1,100 acres of
NEW HIGH FORTHANKSGIVING ca chapters of four high Amer-I Each chapter will strive to win pine land tomatoes coming Into Homestead city council on
Redland, Homestead, the rotating trophy donated in rearing In the district, but the Monday nigh adopted the ordinance
: 1838 by the Homestead Rotary extremely dry weather will cut letting a $100 license lee f'
son and Andrew Jackson, will for "dealen livvsalvaged war ma- ,
I Club. The trophy was won In the yield below normal, he predicts
compete today in 'a district field : 1938 by Homestead; In 1839, 1940 Brokers' representatives terj0l purchased directly or Indl. fir
A 'new high in edible payloadwas day to be held In Homestead, i by Miami Edison; and last year end truckers art beginning to rntlv from the United State '
set at the mesa tablet of the Fifteen competitions will be again by Homestead There were com Into the market, Mr Phillips government or any agency thereof -
Ferrying Division's Homestead held separately for junior and no competitions in 1941 ond 1(42 says.meeting either used or unused . fl.
Army Air Field when the men of senior high school: and for "dealers in used at see
groups
says
the huge 'four-engine airlines end hand merchandise exclualwJ
school sat down to Thanksgiving Geo. N. Wakefield, local coun- C. of,C. Asked to Circulate Petition I I 1 . ,-
I dinner with their families and The ordinance will. not affect
\ guests Records for Service Men Seeking Express Delivery Pick-up I furniture stores which resell old
-, Local flying time was logged' Aim! of Legion Campaign furniture accepted as trade-tot on '
it the Consolidated Meat as big new purchases, but will regulate ,
time ATC appetites added Inches A campaign for funds to help The movement to obtain railway of the directors. second hand stores which have
to waistlines tribute to the culinary supply records to our fightingmen express delivery and pick-up Merchants and business firms been operating under a $10 yearly .
arts'of Mess Officer John was begun this week by the within the Homestead city limits seeking the pick-up and delivery llcea**.
T. Baker and hit burly crew John O.Salley Port of the American was given impetus this week service have been assured by express Fire committeeman Henryrooker \
The Homestead food artists'hac Legion, when receptacles frr when Roy S. Chandler, chairmen officials that' the local vol- Jr. was authorized by
given the prescribed quartermat- ublltf contributions were placed of the community service convmltte -1 ume of express Is sufficient to the council to buy 800 feet of \i
(Continued on PaP Twelve) (Confirmed OB Page Ten) of the Homestead Rotary Justify such a service. (Continued on Page Twelve) .R

I Club;; requested the Redland District

'II_, I I'j bade Has 14,000k Glade Tomatoes; circulate Chamber a petition of among Commerce Homestead to. $125,000-Costof Hospital Plane- ;; I

AAA to Set Crop Goals Nov. 27-28: East the merchants service.Coast railroad asking*to the establish Florida - Set as South Dade Sixth Loan Quota'i,


Approximately fourteen thousand big "the Stat Agricultural Adjustment 8. J. Lynch, president of the Tnlrty-x business house, all groups, army air fore personnel ..
acre of tomato are being ,Administration with Chamber, said that the proposal these to tar contacted, have donated and equipment. Boy. and Girl '
let"OUt. oh Dad County glades, member of tile national committee -, would be acted upon at the next merchandise to be auctioned Scout patrol, and other organ
estimate County Agent Chat R.atcffanl. on Nov. 27 and 21 In Galnes- ration will form at 1.30: p. m. at
. This .to about th* wpm due Mr. Steffsnl ssy*. Lather THE WEATHER off at tiM South Dad bond the corner of Krome av*.,and N.
.as last year's planting L Chandler was expected to rep offmwSwsiss II IM-.a rally to be held Saturday Dec .S, Eighth it Musk will be film""" .
4 Disr"itK>ii>ttog .returns from resent the county but VIII be un- ar"W" ..... FIoride. In Homestead Legion Park announce ell by military and Redland High
last Mason' bean crop will relit able to attend the meeting. DaCe Max Mia. Bar. Rat Mrs. J. R. Brook of the School band

to ,the tw*. thousand acre. Last year goals' for the _county Dade County advisory committee Two thousand dollars worth of
:itetMlly set to baan. dyne. being ware tomato**. 11. 00 acres; Nor, 18 .,,H 49 2*.M for the sixth war loan drive. It bonds and was stamp have been'
er tprrtd this ..... Mr girds to- potatoes. (,joo acre; snapbeans, Nov.'IT .g' It 2>.M I* hoped that this rally will put sold by the Homestead Girl Seoul
...... predicts C & Phillips fresh market, 4,000 acre and Nov.,IS *, _8J 87 3002 over the top South Oad'a I1JJ-: Troop tinder th- leadership of +
..' the Florida' r Cup process. I. eo acres; tabbage 300 No. It .II' 83 3004 000 quota which la the cost of one "re. 1J'rftk Skill,. Mrs.' Brooks r
., sere; lima beans, 150 acre; lettuce I Nor, 20 _85 84 2U3 hospital plane Mrs. Brook* say* say, ,Of,this amount'$iW was
'a, ). winter.y.ia ,: 100 .'acres; and ntlacenan'MO NOV.' i} __M ea 3000 Preceding Ute auction and tally sM lnt4 and twenty-five !sect
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Pave Two HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE November 24, 194

: .. Among the group which left I Pvt. Paul Cornell, ion of O. P. General Hospital in Atlanta fur]
# ,rr lad week forCamp Blending to Cornell, it spending a three-week further surgery to correct
D"VO'IEN' be Inducted Into the armed force I furlough with Mr. and Mrt. Got- received in Italy. Pot Ooane 1
r 1'1' OUR S'ERVICEl\IEN AN were: Bond Bitting. Frank 0rI.I i nell before returning! to Lawson alto taw action In North AfrI
I ifci I Thurman Connor Kenneth
Bryant Robert Kuhn Donald
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i Sullivan and Owen Goading.i .
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... Paul Rue Made SergeantAt A meeting between brothert-in-'J''I Elmer E. Week and Richard E, Pal IthsCafiOpen.
Jaw near New Guinea wa report-I I Pye. both of Gould, have enlisted -
North African Base .. by Robert UcLeroy boat-' in the navy and are receivingtheir
twain' mate 1-c USN, in Initial Indoctrination at the
Paul Rue, ton of Mr. and Mrs.w rn:1 I -
hit the U. S. Naval Training Center at to ..
cent letter to wilt Dally From < a:m. 1* p.
w Frank B. Rue, hat been promoted Mia Jennie Tower who 1* making -'i Great Lakes, ILL When their .
to sergeant at the North African her home here. Mr McLeroy:!recruit training I* completed, they
army air force but when htIt and Mr*. MeLero,'* brother. will be given leave borne.
Douglass Tower, motor machinist' |I . T-Bone Steak...................................... 1.00
serving at radio: man. Sgl I|
Rue left for overseas duty on mate I-c met uneXtedlyand I; M-Sgt Waller Thompaon Fried Chicken ......::.............................. .75
pent the night together. Mr. and Mr Wal-
USMC. ton 0( *
N'' Christmas Eve lilt year. I I[ter Thompson has returned to Vi Fried Chicken..........._.._...,....._... 123

Recently he wrote big parents Pvt. R. N. Centner has been i.Pacif'c duty and It serving now Hamburger Steak........_................... .55

that be lost .ve7thlneJlcept the transferred from Wright Field at Iin y e PhiUppine Roast Beef, brown gravy......*......... .55 I
clothes be lib
was wearing, when Dayton 0.. to Miami Mr*. Gent-I I I
barrack caught fire from an ner, the former Mia Elizabeth CpL John Barker of Avon Park Grilled Pork Chops ,...____.*........ .60

with overheated and wood burned stove to in the the Skill and their baby ton. I spent the week-end with M.... Breaded Veal Cutlet_._..._.:.... '.....' .75
room are living here with Mr*. Fnnk.1 Barker In Florida City, :
ground while he and hit buddies ner' parent. Mr. and Mr*. I
were at the movies. Skill Two vegetable, bread, coffee or Iced tea, tad dessert
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.' I AH CONDITIONED served with an dlnaen.

1 Mi). and M.... Roger Snow of Ear D. Wytong. S 2-e. USN ROLLER SKATEIN
Ft Pierce are announcing the arrival arrived Tuesday to spend a ten-i: ABOVE: PRICES'GOOD SUNDAYS TOO ;,
of a daughter, Judith Anne I day leave with his parent Mr.1 COMFORT :
1" born Nov. 10. Mrt. Snow I It the and Mr*. John D. Wytong, after I Evening 7:3060 It." P. M.AdmlMlen BREAKFAST SERVED AT ALL HOURS

former Mln Allen Vercoe of completing boot camp at Bainbridge -i' --.,;;.. 1St!, plat tax
Florida Md. A brother, Reed W.
i i Zollie Kyle of the re-a-I Wytong, who left last week for! LOUIS. E. COHEN
returned to San Diego for Induction Camp Blanding. 'hail i Venetian i
,' signment after pending a SO-day I been t.\o\ Camp McPherton.!; PROPRIETORNorth

;:'1 t'Stepfather Of. | Rink
. Skating
&t' and mother. Mr. and FUgler AT*. Opp. Ben ker', Fllllnf Station
t A. G. Tripp. He ha served 27 Word baa been received that I l S7W 8W S7lh.Are.. Miami
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t month ovenea Pvt. Zurden Pafford it somewhere
"1 _In. France._ i
: } Ensign Allen Pope, USN I* stationed -
iI! now In New.Guinea. Ensign -
i Pope It the elder ton of Mr
( and Mrt. J. R. Popf.I .
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USA. hat been visiting with nit ". .
j grandmother Mr*. T. C. Seifert. iI
Sgt William completed 51 mission -
i over enemy territory in '
Italy, and U reporting to MiamiBeach I 21 A4 AlD
redistribution station for ... I
,.-...llI\ment. He I 11 a native of
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Homestead but pent moat of hi tf'f
life ht Miami. '
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M-Sgt and Mrs. Ben Zelman r r4 4 .d

rf "; are parent of a seven-pound
eight-ounce ton born Nov. 17 at '" .
James Archer Smith Hospital
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ti Mrs. Zelman It the former Mist .
EuniceLewis.. Sit Zelman was I -
) stationed for a time at Homestead
# Army Air Field, but is now in sir*
f i New Guinea.
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Tom Harris, Jr. who It employed
j in the naval past office In /
,,I, San Francisco, recently wrote his
; parents Mayor and Mrt. T. J. I
Harris: "Do you know what happened -
last n'ght while I was
throwing' papers? I picked up ..
three little newspaper that look-
ed mighty familiar and what
should they be but the Leader- '
One' of Your
9 Enterprise. going oversea to
i Walter Branam. Elmer Martin \
+ and Charlie Little. It cure felt .. A.
good to we your hometown DeW"paper
so far from borne-to know .. 600,600 .
r that It wa going a little farther. .
I got their addresses to I think I
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will write them . ." "
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K-Sgt James L Dixon. USA. *. rJPost-war Prospects i
ti' ton of Mr*. Miry Furry It stga
Honed bow at Selfrldge. Fleli. u .
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Mich, . Soon b. It going to retire. Then he will be They would lib :o settle la n place.wh r* the

;, Lt. Warren Texas C. Wood to spend hat arrived a free to do those things he's olw rvs wonted to do are let sever where living'cotts ojettaaonable. ;: ;
from ; -
leave with hit parents, Mr. and . travel fitlv tend a garden and perhaps move where building or buying! a little' ;: I'I'wintera

Mr*. O. C. Wood at their homeon tom home on the East Coast of Florida. homo Is within their meant. | .' ;: i.
Silver Palm dr.
. It U estimated that over WUXO individaaU fath They will alto want a place that can be easily

HowardCrouse.. petty officer United Slates are now eligible for retire and inexpensively reached by bain where relative 1

I-*, USN. It stationed now at the ment. Each year more than 200.000) other no and friends con nm down to visit them. I
Naval Air Station at Beaufort S.
C. Mr. Croust U a ton of Mr. reaching retirement age. Good railroad service, always there when )cv I

i and Mr. Alva. H.. Crou. e. I Somo have substantial savings and invetlment want it constantly bring such prospects as theso '

Pfe. Gerald Powell who wa to supplement their retirement Income. within easy reach.'This U one way In which the! "' tl! I

stationed for more than a year Many are excellent prospects for a homo In East Coast of Florida bas grown In the past and I

and a half at Homestead Army New your,cocnmunily after the war. win continue to grow in the pott-war future. I rl'
Alf Field b Bow on duty la ;, \ ;;
Powell Jt former
Guinea. Mrs. \,
Kb Mary Robert of HomeseUd. r


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MOVE closer to victory it wouldn't that cost $67.417 each. More amphibious'tanls Winning the Peace for Your Country \'I IIf

AWE surprising if you were saying to your -more aircraft carriers=more supply ships-- we're to win the peace as well as the war. the
"What'i the big i all this:additional money raw? Isn't the war of'Europe! power of money preserved A reckless inflation . ,
!almost over?". that would necessarily be followed by the
Care for the Sick and Wounded
. No sir,jH not I Not by a long shot Of court, catastrophe of deflation-with its unemployment
:for many month now you've heard mostly about And lest anyone forget we shall need more bat bankruptcies, misery and heartache-roust be
,the war,with Germany where! our greatest effort talion aid stations-more clearing stations=more prevented at all cost
concentrated. That's why many people have evacuation hospitals.::-more convalescent hospitalsTmore l Let j make no mistake-a dangerous: periodlies
I the idea that the war' practically over. hospital ships. ahead. The American people have nothing to
But male no mistake about nothing could For many, many years the sick, wounded and fear, however, if they show in the future the same ,
,be farther from the truth! The Japanese war is a otherwise disabled veterans will require medical common sense they have shown in the past and
;tremendous undertaking and victory will come attention and care. That's the least Uncle Sam continue to put every r* hny over rocl-boltom: expenses -
ihigh. We'll have to fight every inch of the way. can do in appreciation of what they've done for us. into the purchase of more more War
Bonds. ?,
; Everything Costs More- Maintenance for Millions ".
In the Pacific WrIThe Did you ever stop to think how much money it' Winning the Peace *- for Yourself J.
European war is expensive but almost costs to maintain the II to 12 million men and Want another important reason? Yourself I
.everything in the Pacific war will cost njore. Tale women in our army and navy) Whether the men There isn't a better or safer investment in the
transport costs, for instance Because of the are actually fighting or not they must be fed, world today than War Bonds. In helping your .,
i ,longer distances, the same amount of freight costs housed transported from'one training center or country, you are also helping yourself I Never in y,
,?5 per cent more when shipped to the South"'Pacific ' battle area to another cared for in a hundred and our entire history has it been so necessary to save' \
than to Europe. And it takes twice at many one different ways. That all costs money and will as right now. Well need money individually: i
:cargo ships in the Pacific to support a task force continue to until the last man demobilized is backintrvilian education repairs, replacements, retirement . I
'of a given size because turn-around time is twiceas clothes.In HSndjveTljieedjjJot 01 it. | f \
great I addition, millions of dollars will be requiredfor As you can see there are many reai \ / k ;t
musteriog-out pay, for various benefits and sons important reasons, why our Government \\\j\
More Planes. :.Tanks .. Ships . onI \\ I / "
t services voted by Congress" to help the boys get must have the f financial sup- \
I Jo addition. We shall Deed more of everything. started in civilian life. port of everyone, and have it for many \ | t
More B-29 Superfortresses that cost $600,000 These are reason enough why patriotic Americans months to come. I
4Y More P-47 Thunderbolt that cost$50.000 will want to buy heavily during the Sixth Let all Americans do their part-
.L..each.'rs'' M-4 Tula with bulldozer blades ,War Loan.'But here are still more- for their own.sake for their country's.r I



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:: ; HOMESTEAD LEADER A WAR TIME MOTHER'S WORSE TIT I I I bant Cleesoo- she Yes, and thai
THANKSGIVING I Mrs. Cleeion (at concert)-She dress'II
has quite a large repertoire. make It look sl! the wooe.-.E";
AND E'ITUPIUSIt. .
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ANNIE MAYHEW J1'fZPATlICItWhat
By
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am I thankful for this year?

t .......... rrWut as. JI---. ria. Well most of all that I am here. Co
Is 1M book hole .amore cons.a.111e311 Crawshaw Engineering
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f > That no one yet has had to write

;:. r.--t Allan u4 L41610 a My son, that note both sad a"nd trite. Encineering. Surveying.Subdl

I lAIJ'laI& LUCII AleaD And I am thankful I can do vision Plats, Supervision of
; \ ,....... sdnwa The little things to help him'throughThe Construction.We .

: MART rxuUELL*ad aeN.a DrretwaosN.w lonely nights, the weary have purchased the maps
t'j' I'm thankful, too, my mind still pays and field not" of the UU A. R
. ....ecBsoirnon. aATD No tricks That I Livingston of Homestead and
SB 0000. S.M., M i a M*, tSti on me. can see will specialize In work ia South -
: 0I0I0Wt W Date I T C..0 II.M; I .-., SINS The funny side of things. Maybe Dade County and the Florida
+ : s .., II.MI i rf, nte.Remembering I am a goose-but still I thrive K )'I.CRAWSHAW,

, ...... r ..ease Nee" man Swim On just the feeling I'm. alive
1 !- 1atatL 1 rkrw.a, ww u. owe w.roue are :: With interest in the little things ENGINEERING CO I
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Sank
Ms. Which every hour and moment brings; II W. Flasler si,

And I can turn work into play, Miami It, FU. Thane S-USt
I t. And thankful be.for just today.ITS .

By Marie Cspplck .... "
The starry heavens overhead
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A -bom moon hung low; AN IDEA
r The twilight song .. sleepy bird. gnVers.
"What .: The oceans ebb .
and flow .
ment ownership of defense Industries -- --
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r liter ore so many things to see. '"
; And >et. my heart glows aWl. "I'm fur U. When the govern
Itemembermg M apple tree ment twos everything, It will
y In bloom upon a hili. have U fur the taxes ..itMItWall ,--
J Street Journal

. ; Charm
There Is a.twndlnc"'anoranee
: ,' A dear old Quaker lady, distinguished among civilians retarding Insignia
l. for her youthful appearance and rank of member of the
. was. asked what ahe armed form. One particularlydumb
i, Vied to preserve her charms. She girl came close to accuracy f
replied sweetly, "I used for the however, when a friend asked -
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lips truth; for the voice prayer, what rank the navy man had
J. . for the eyes, pity, for the hands,I who was out with her the night
r charity; for the figure, upright before "I think hoewas a chief
steal; and for the heart, love", petting ofifcer," the replied.-Se-! I
s; . Jerry Fleishman. dalla (Mo) Democrat I I

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'V trial and be convinced. THE WAR la the Pacific extra costly Implements of '

I th. most costly war needed to achieve final .
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1'.ie South Carolina Agricultural Society, founded In ,
w 1714. was the first. simple rithttitlc. A That's why the 6th' War
mountain of special costly Loan Drive I Is so l Important. .'
:., equipment It needed. A B-29 That's; why you must boU. I Iu

4w ..."w. Mffife Superfortress la the generously as you have
bombing of Japan costs very other war loan drive. ,
I e $600,000 la War,Bonds.. Andthis Invest la'the next raid oa ? J ';
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,LIONS LEADERS I Gossman Children Win Cups OfferedFor'Redland !Carson Growth'of Predict Big District".. ., : Rotarian d Myra 5at t1l.a N

District Horse Show I I Tom Hogan. Cdicac ,
I TO MEET IIEREON'VEUNtSDA Kit Canon, manager of the Taxicab company Mcutlve: who

hret place la the first Redland Sees at the University Kanu Redlaad District Chamber of spends his winters in Redland,

: DiitrM horN inow and gym-I riding for children lest then II I Commerce,' toM the Homestead: was a good of the club. ; .
Y old ladle and gentlemen
khan Sunday was won by Jane yean honemaniMpt: and horsemanship Rotary Cub Wednesday of the I Cheer Leaders Named T

A meeting of p"4 GoMraan. daughter of Mr. and of parent and child riding at work the chamber JMt been ableto For Homestead School t

aocretar'aa of an Uona club In Mrs O. L. Oceanian, mounted qn accomolMt: la spite ul wantow
the Miami ton which Include Digger, and second place wa pair.Equestrian figure for competition : conditions and predicted: a' Cheerleader iMuned Jot the
In the lime and thread needle growth for the din tl the Homestead His l
Key Went will be held at I 0. .... woo by her brother, OU -'! phenomenal year
Wednesday, Nov. 21 at the Trld- rice and the novelty contest port war ere. School are Anne Rheney, ShirleyD.ntey
Ing Post on South JCrome aft. man riding Billy' : lam "III| were awarded to Janet Cooper, -I am no) satisfied with the I Myra Bell. Win,"'"
'WocI.: a :rn > daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Harry chamber aa It now to, but It limy Danny Jenny Hardy, Ardcl
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R. Oaiklni. Bed Crow contettanU'wn Cooper who rode Tiny, and Kmm hope to eve It built uo to a i parman and Barbara M lh...' 1U.;
field director at Homestead Arm*. determined by points accumulated Jane Rives, daughter of Mr. point where a real chamber of leaden Ire chosen from eoptw*
Air Field spoke to the RedlandDlnrlct In all competition! : ; and Mn. Orren Rivet, who was commerce mea ran take hell I' more. Junior and cantor classes,
Lion dub Tuesday on grooming and- turnout of hone.1rider mounted on Blue of the situation and devote his Shirley Danxey was ejected:
tht history. of the Red Crow and and tack; horsemanship 011', John C. Pendray of Kendall. I entire time to promoting I the wel president o( the Pep Club torn
1U present scope I children up to ten years of age: Judge of the allow, exh'bited i ad from students between the
Ki. OlOwlol told of the fields horsemanship of children from Blate of Sunshine, and Russell ex-ceptionally, seventh and the twelfth grades,
-rvka which proVdei for the welfare .I ten to 16 year ot age bareback Brown of Miami allowed hU five-' Tao chamber hat TI member I and Myra Dell wa named tec* ,
and recreation of fighting galled hone, Colonel Bob. men. Mobile units follow the _- 1---- ---------------- .-- -- - -
Capt. Paul Cress Named
men to the front he Mid and In( II
France a irtlnmoblhi' hat been put j Base Executive Officer AA
Into use t/vnievt '... mrn'i need I
Other Red Cross services Itetr.I Capt. Paul W. Ova has recent.
by Mr Ofikiai were the motor ly been transferred to the hue

,,-jRKtt, disaster relief Nt-up In. four-engine airline training
1rucU n courses! In lint a'd.I school at Homestead Army Air
k 1 horn nursing swimming and life Field where he '. assigned M
o..J" "iivhifc accidentprevention, op-t executive officer of the admlnltrU *-
5. eraJI n ot surgical dressings| ve aectlon. Capt Cress came
'-:'r.wofj room*. camp and' hoipltal|I to Homestead from Cal rmy airfield {
o. .lCI'YCetc:. ; at Santa ROM, whore ziulI '
.....pru.aMlld daughter of he wa provost manhaL fI I
;".J. N and Mrs, CaiklM. presented I Prior to receiving hU commission -
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.danrH to piano accompaniment C.pt Crew practiced law In hit ...... dull I.. .
b her mother. horn town of Perry. Okla. H* .. tgsulw.. isTh M1- to weflt"
''':- The club; wfi! observe ladies'Tw i'a'lIInded. Unlven'ty of Oklahoma to 1A aril..- '. Corp.. ....so uaisio
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was Mr. and Mr. Charles Clinton -.a Sasser. Otis.Cowman and 'JI

Came from Key West to spend REMAND F. F. A. Vlhlen
several day here this week. Preparations are being mad)
and Jlround 1 By Richard Rnbke, ReporterAt have a good chapter

Harry Jones of Clarksburg, W lion at the county-wide F F. :

Vs. father of MT Harry Degler Field Day to bo held In Homestead . -1".
arrived Wednesday to visit Mrs : a recent meeting Redland Nov. 24.Bahamans .
Homestead A. 'B. Chapman In Florida City Chapter' F. F. A. Initiated six

and Mr and Mrs Degler. In Key. : green hand candidate, presented to Work Out'j
West each of them with a green hand Self-Government
.. pin and adopted'the annual program Plans

Dr Smith Y. Bush and Mlsset Beatrice) and Genevieve of work prepared by the Baharrn'farm laborer a.1 Gould
A J. A. W, and Coconut Palm dr. *pl Cam *
Cline attended a young people'lmeetlnlf committee In charge and presented Camp are working out tytten''
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A. W. Hutchinson were hunting mutt Is stationed at Homestead ,
' In the lndlantown district Monday I Army Air Field In Miami Sunday. by Secretary Carlos Gab,. for solving their own discipline;

and Tuesday, I b.................................. Th six green hand candidates: problems by the establishment of f,
:.... Mrs Wilbur Albury of Blrdon.' JAMES ARCHED SMITH! initiated were: Luke Benson a camp council Manager E. AA"',
Hahn Jr. Ray Rivers, Bobby -
Hugo Robert of Redland Center
Mr*. Don Talbott returned last Fla., visited recently In Naranja HOSPITAL NEWS Galloway, Walter Yatea and this week said '

week from B one-month visit with I with Capt and Mrs. J. R Marks. .................................... Johnny Ellis.Treasurer The plea used throughout the,

Cpl. Talbott In Boise, Ida. Cpl Mrs Jesse Tlmmons of Orlando Mr. and Mrs B. A. Pyles of Frank DuMond re- country in WFA campi, provide
Talbott Is a gunner on a B-24 and ported: that the chapter ;enterprises '
her Homestead are parents of a boy for a mayor and B chief of polio
la a house guest of stepfather
'( has been stationed at Gowen I and mother Mr. and Mrs A. who was born Nov. SI He weighed In the recent school carnival to be elected by the.council.

" Field O. Tripp. eight pounds, eight ounces netted ,$38.30, which: was Court will be held weekly, and\y
A daughter weighing six pounds turned over to Mr. Wagner forth fine paid by offenders will gd

1 Ralph Musselwhlte has been 111 Miss Mary Ann Brown Is spend sis ounces was born Nov. IS to school fund. Into a recreation fund. Committeel -"
for several weeks at the home of ing the thanksgiving, hgrldays In Capt and Mrs, J. Its Marks of Besides those named above, the on foods and recreation' alp
his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. fort Pierce with Misses Elsie: and Naranja. following were present: Thomas will be appointed v
i and Mr*. Wm. Musselwhite.Y Clorlne Merrltt : u Surgical patlenU this week were ,Core, Larry Sasier, Richard The foods committee will h
E. C. Chronliter, former Homestead I Rutzke; Otis Cosaman, Horace in working out laborers' menus,
T Mrs. James Kerns and infant ,"' .to councilman now living In I Harvey Robert Ball, Hugo Vih- and the r'ecreatlon'committee will

i daughter, Sally Harriet Marie, "FLORIDA"ciiY' Miami and Mrs. W. B. Ingram of len, Clifton Williams, Ralph MeCullough arrange camp game and sports;
} { were returned Monday from Jackson Homestead.Mrs. Charles Crauswell
Memorial In Miami. By Warrens Bevery medIcal : Richard Mason John Mason Olin' LIVING
Hospital .......a............................ Sid U Kendrick Is a l PROOF
patient ;Walker, Edmund Wright, Douglas -:, Rusty (time 800: a. m' Sunday
w Mr*. J T Tomerlin left Wednesday Capt and Mrs. Paul Bigger .Ingram, Herbert Grate, and ): "Dad did you go to Sun
t for Meridian Miss. to visit and son left Friday for Washington Free Methodist ChurchTo three guests, Mrs. K. N. Core, JL. I day School when you were a
If her brother-in-law and sister, D. C, Sasaer and Andrew Benson little boy" ..-,
Mr.. and Mrs. J. W. Powell. : Observe Rally Day After the meetlnjr games were Daddy Jack: "I sure did-

N, U Baker R. M. l-c.pf Ft Rally Day will be observed at played and refreshments, wereserved. never missed a Sunday! >'t

Mrs. Tom E. Anderson of pierce was a Sunday-gueat of Mr. 11am. Sunday at the Florida Rusty: Ther Momt See? It
Gainesville, Ga. a teacher In the and Mrs. E. Q. Mills. City Free Methodist Church, announces On Nov. 10 the executive committee won't do m* any good, eltherTHendry '
Bradenton school, arrived Wednesday Mrs. Edith met and nominated a slate '
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: to spend the Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. A. Flnlatrella of Tamblyn. of candidates for officers for the ,t.

..holidays with her brotherinlawand Honvllle, N. Y, and children 'A special feature of the pro- coming year, The election of bf-{
sister, Mr. and Mrs J. R. Rosie and Rosario, have arrivedto gram will be a short memorial flcert will be held at the next THET WILL

Byrum. spend the winter here. '. I i i service for members of the armedforces regular meeting The committee Stasis Ninety-nine women
missing or killed in action, also set the local due at fifty Out Of a hundred art naturally,

i f Wm. C. Morton I* recuperating Mrs. Mabel Walkup whohas, 'and a collection for the service cent for the :year.. Committee generous.
t from an attack of Illness. been visiting relatives in Illinois, I'men's council. member present were: Frank! Rud-Yea, where one woman

arrived Thursday to spend the I Cradle roll and memory work DuMond, Thomas Core, Douglas i will keep a secret 88 will glv*F
4 Mrs. O. T. Smith, Jr. of Winter winter with her son-in-law and certificate will be presented, and InrallRichard Rutzke, Larry j It IEx.TExaco .
Carden, Fla., is B house guest of daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde awards for perfect attendance
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,Mrs. Stewart Springer Neill. Will be liven

Mr*. 7. I Roth of Dayton, 0.,
IF TOUR IRIS ABI SMOOTH THEY MUST BI BldArrKD
bas arrived to make her home
with her son-in-law.and daughter Barbecue
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Capllnger WALDRON TIRE CO.


J. H. Gram of Miami Springs West rtubr ... at Ilk A_ Summer Q WtMrm. Prop. 14....t BACONIZEDkr MRS. EDWARD 0. CARTER, Hir.I .
spent Thanksgiving Day her asa Rw.pplaff ...... Aptriiilimil. M 4-MM. The PMMM StACOMlZED
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Malawi of -..... Vm4. With PENN CRAFT Ont A. II........ _nur j New
Kafeldt.Mr TIN App.arap.a DONY TAKE CHANCES Bri( Tim ta MOW OH BIE KEAtKIT .
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: LOCAL DEALEK--IN EOMESTEADl SINCLAIK BEETICB STATION. TEXACO Regular Meals
ONE-STOP. ANTON WALDEN AMOCO STATION, rEINCETONI rBENCHISariCB
*. Frank McConnell I* 1U In
nATION COULOBl BASHOB1 SEEVICB STATION rEKEINEt Short Orders
Dad County, Hospital. STEVENS TEXACO STATION.

Whet taUoc row tint to toft e sepal ''toe late *hem UM bass la won down Sandwlchej
Daytona .
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Mrs. Wm. Hathaway
to a firm two. MI knot DONTTAIB 'IMO UM fabrb. The tin maims most M .'
Beach and daughter, Linda, CHANCE t'wo..... ol lira M.npdni mood and etroac If roar.oM tiroW saw ',
are visiting friends and relatives MT look alike and Mill W a.diriffwt ..1.t, ronppo*, tab H to the W AI.. :Cold DrinksSPECIALIZING i
her. H Mac and white I. ..,- DRON T1RB co. M. Mimi or to I_ of
BACONUED rooawW their ...1..1oft. will
-. aM t toko time Tfcry give pet a
Mr Louis Price of Mobile who .kill, ..* The work west W tow .. AGONIZED Job room can tnM Factorytrilled IN
formerly nude her home her 1* the risks Baehlaoi. Vf trill...* tiN knlMora tin huiUm, ONLT. recap and 1
wing the right Materials and aMtlf Mpalr row 11_ Ifa their too to help
a house guest of friends. CHICKEN AND -YELLOW .RICE
ode to stand Uu atrate at oMotoat 'rb.la pee get maximum. Ura lloBco.. j
*. If raw oU are .b to* badly won to -
Mr. and Mrs. W. 3. Vlck and HEIaVS 'I'H& WALDBON WATt TW allow _....... pee .aa apply for a law
Bon. Willis, hV returned to old. lire to tint iMporM h* W tab. olaaomoat urea ant wed tire, a .. '. s..1
Goulds for 'the farming season Inside. H ml aa Mtabto- liM ""nfolliMM > topped tiro a aow War Tlr. or a pro '8. Krera Ave. ; A' Fourth
after having spent the summer In la than tko troll rmbr. and harp war tiro..oVpiadlm, as your ailltaK y
Ohio. tho tin In balance Nut, moat fa *.. ,l..flooklm Win row not ,sop men 'I,
I DM U Uw old treed and a unr trod. ,It_... m r.. "dopedMuss UM
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4 C. A. Williams of Modello .
lira a MMMIi, fin W4 n4 tmldM DRON nil: CO. Miami, er their M.m. .
returned home after an extended tratlo* kt... The ,teal l she Mr. Suoiaor ... Waliroo. the awl
{ Visit la :Pennsylvania. "Hnf I* a (OTnrtnl Wreaths ncM, *t'tfcb UN firm, kat bad wasp pen ax.porbnoa .
r wr milf ni host Finally row -MW- la ..... Napping and b aa export .
4 Prolonged, rest has been prescribed tire a>M* trash and Inva M .... ra UK ....._ la fact, wa are loU
a by a specialist for toure..old IMM--seedy for "'Q am Milk atd1Mng. ...'. .... tort I. the Ita... Solid toot r
j ) Sharon Mill, daughterof Urm to bile! thrush hb hand Un.WaMro .
Mr. and Mr*, Harry Mill of BUT REMEMBER . fM laws Ml Tin Co.: b ate HMrftotoror
from a drive. poor oM tin Ix tat;, who U suffering
Naranja, UfoM having M _P...... It b truth thw.-.A...
heart ailment.
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to Cortland, N Y. after B visit
01 ten day with her h llband.Pfc .' 'I F. YOU NEE D. .
:, Robarge, USMC RichmondN.val ..,:
Air Station. While her.*.
Mrs Robarg waif a house guest
+. of Mr;and Mrs James Wollam. ;. > AUTO REPAIRS kat


It i Morris Gary of Ocala pent ,
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.,' : the ,cottage at Naranja rd. Sad Ober'<..e.w-- fh.sm.a .. '.Somalia lab saver balm&rsls.Lg i.lSes w=sN. .
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IUIIllllllllrrllfliIIUl lHIIIIIIIUI! U the proud parent of a aix-and-a- emnlzed Sunday afternoon . ." .j

half-pound baby girl . ." "Mr. and Mrs. C. H. UcCloud ;
"Mist Gladys Graham and Arthur -, of Minneapolis, Minn returned

120'' Years'Ago.jtto Buck . quietly slipped Tuesday to spend the winter M
away to Miami on Tuesday mornIng their grove northwest of town ."
'" and were married. ." "Miss Georgia Weed of Mississippi .
Mwwliie titan :. BBaianyH"l "The marriage of Miss Lillian ; J'I
ianntir m'' aa. ; aad araaadS and C. R. Blgjers of Home
g.au.n.J ... telm In* Ik* man atV [Mills of Homestead to O. UMonte stead were married on q Vt { "
, the ItnaartMd Leads I.MHM JaMT I Craw, also of this city, was 1101.I morning in the Baptist Cb a'l '
U ml, aad mraW CM. IT. 1111.i ,\
with MM meow".< ........., *Ua.- I
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;< "Street signs are to be erected Ml N. W. Both 't. Maul ...... '..1..1 Suit ,. LwtrMc., I'M J
nol later than Jan. 1 . ." DMritatoi. ., Uw HIGHEST qUALITY rKKDS. Produces end Swtfc, WM .....
.;; "Two Midland District subdi.Tiaions to the r_l. ., This BWIlM Through Tt Uc4 DMW. tiklf PEED STOIC. t\; .
Diamond Park an'd North rot MORE rRorrr IN rvnav MINA YOU AUK AND FIND arm: c o. riAT, '

Diamond Park, have been completely There It .. f.4 distributor h this i; *.., ton.tot Ik* beds af this few owes **
told out In half the time ties at florid whose kwlMM b -...... antliorltlH .la, tkM- carat .. Ihaa, MB.Jaeta. 1'+ L'mt1 Y -Als, .1
that had been estimated for the Jiut a* poultry rain beN a.M
.. .. a man modern bans Um Ute
look M thaw for lafomallo sad .4.
according to Information
process, QUALITY FEED SUPPLY CO.. If...... i
irlo* la retard I* fund, a* hew fanaaiaharMd
liven out by B. W. Morris, sales which kw k..... a veritable .......... that fraai this. raHabl fwd dealer
agent for the Downer proper. tan for Uw farmer ml ( .Hr rakw la thor au aware the tort al beds ., ttokMa
tie . .If thb Metloi for (M*. They ,After serving In the Redland HIGHEST QUALITY Or FEEDa ONLY. making this artriw frafrmtat
Diitrict Chamber of Commerce t.4 mrrr tarp *bank., whit their wniMu4 the tcmm_Hf ale U=..e ... Growers of. .
continuously a* director and lower prison ara mU know thm.ka. motm malant firms end atnraa wtocta ,
president since Its organization i iyear a C ...,. their lont _.... Their values. .... ta tht people al Death
and a half ago, Gordon H.Thompson' ....u.. Ittt kw stores tu worth 'Uupntap a Flaws we wish la dined IM apaalal . ,, > '
fad for .h..... Actual...... kntlM at aw raadir I* this faa Mora TOMATOES '
tendered hit
resignation serves\ that Uw bat results was >ktalnH and to Mthat whaa H ama ta Ma, . e .
. C. T. Filths Sr. was
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with baler chick whew this SurtIBS I" sun 4W"4 men Unai.O. .
elected president to fill the vacancy FM w ..... The QUALITY FIKD a Fray local dealer I* HooMAnd.la POTATOES
. C T. Harper was elected a SUPPLY CO. .4 Miami, tknwk itsseal wall ..._ Mar w* .-. Uw*.
first vice-president to fill the dealer. often Ht .IJI this ....... fat*, that ran Visit. him! sad avrctoM big
vacancy caused by the advancement bit Ittd but sift. a wmiM* Hn of Ute HIGH QUALITY FEEDS for all year BEANS >\<* i, 1
of Mr. Fuchi." R..... Quality read far tantt. cows', seeds Br mime hb. brands one.laoIwI7I. tt
tf. "Win. Melbjr of Chicago surprised chicken, ban nbblu does. arcs eta. I I I." will fat man arolll from Mrrtklae
CITRUS GROVES
A* nnnk ;,, ., K an k* Mid right 1 raw ..w and IttiAlt.. .
, J his friends.Mr.. and Mrs '.
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Emelt Elite, .Sunday -morning by I
fpaytng them an unexpected ylal t." REPAIR ISONS. CLOCKS, AND ALL SMALL ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES tlP;,

. ,'gard."Late si Monday near the afternoon Central on Filling Ho- MARTIN ELECTRIC COMPANY Protect Your Crops vJ

|Station, little Robert Capllnger ,
was knocked down by a car drlv-
'en by Richard Roberts of Goulds Electrical Contractors .
'\.. .' hit Injuries were not of a Wilh Dependable Dusting Service ; .
!serious nature/ Tn C..... ,.. *-1.... I* HlMCl. Ill I W. Flew Bt sod ITT* N. W. Silk St.TA .
"-"D. A. Williams" Silver Palm Ml .. Frank 1. Marti. Fra*. TO CONSERVE THEM FOB THE DUIATION.
,'died at his home Thursday morn HAVE ouY-or-rix ELECTRIC: APPLIANCES MEPAiaED

Jag . ." GnotoI amrlc oa small -.I' .... the Varkw. appliances Bed I* the aoiaamm Experienced dusting pilots and :
."Mra. Carr Turnage. entertained BlUna a HnelaUaai >..1_ ......,. rtulro .. !. tto seeing of katk...iaawark .In.
'the bin or Shine. Club .40 skilled'.....'- with a tkanxvk and dale So important In Ito
work time la the "bane to electricity, thatwe 3 airplanes available in
"Mr. and Mrs. W H. Cochran ...._.... at awry ......... toartw.prill. might Inset call It WnMot Once now

wish! to announce the birth of a .......,.fan aun, water k.t'isiWMiar the many koitrt and add of into faanat
"girt Ruth IMen'y', ..wi.. machine MMtur, Or radio Maun, which aw to spent .. a* t this area for protection of 4
)1<',"I!:. A.FroicJief Kent,to Jack- their, ka boa made for ..lIr.H. ":.tra DId..." la Uw pun ""." ..a( >
. eonvOle Saturday ." The firm bttt uIUM for tin tree at u,..
,. '"Mr and Mn. f. H. "Lindemanand al airvlr ta UM Miami area fc UM MAR. Near hoI_ aUt log Valuable. that. early crops.International :i
children returned Wednesday 'TIN ELECTRIC CO.. with I lowMona when that electrical appllaaow aachtaartatv as
from a visit with relatives In Chicago lots W. Flashes St. and mi N. W. Nth wrn.... ta.... sad noon ., .11 M I
,- ,(t I* .1.... Homemakers and wmal kinds J.t "...11.* A _........ em ,
these thai 1 n"ln- and m>fort-m k- pair tank aach .. h faraUbaJ barn will
"Mr. and Mri. T. W. Hodges of : ...._ ...... _
lam rlaetrical .". a>a mil UPON give tile II. and bat Possible
'Goulds announce the birth of a1girl ,UMM akep with aoaipbu _1....._ that rise If the arcnry at the MM I. aaplad ".. '
[. last Frida,."- ,ear rrvaln er adjmtawat. work will be m UMak TIe aIM bur tUetrU *... Co. "
; ."Mr. and Mrs Fritz Jackson ,done la a wry >atkra.tory'_.-. IB4 silences of mar kid, aad Pars of adkluda Crop Dusting
returned ,Monday to spend the ,that the ...... will be .-I,,". and pair MM. W. tun awaia Me&
winter . Aj MW electrical MulpaMat b M ...... UMM kartas those vital (at present) .
"Mr. and Mrs. In Andenon of 'M anlUkla, R la s.l*nary thai thai aaaMaHlai brine atoat ta Brine .... la 4100 N. Miami Ave. Miami, Fla.
r.West: Palm Beach came down to 'iDptlaaeM ON have be naiiital far thaluratloa. NOW. Frank J. MwUa. the hand *t
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'visit Mrs. Anderson's mother Mrs. TkM ......- apatlaaaiaiihwld some ......, I* a. aUctrfclaa with aua* Telephones
to krwarkt I. promptly for _I..I years af experience tad k well.h..a ,
$X H. Howard . since th* sooner thor an imrrad al th* B* does MaMrial work .,aU .,.... koattwlrlnl 7-7039 and 3-0048 Evenings 9.1253 -
*' "Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Hlnma :repair ...... UM sooner they will be back. I tad amaral alMtri aootraetlrnwark
announce the arrival of a girl on '".. the Job." go Just lain then )la with jog Mil ...... far any electric jI
{ :ov. 7 at their home near NaN 1 broken> pars and ..... 'Farhap IM ana tarrka Madad. To will! to given prompt
J'8J1Ja. I but a housekeeper karaaK hemp whet sad efficient atrrlot -Adr. I
IT Ne]'. 27. Itttjff

"More than a mile of water I I
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mains have already been laid byrhe
J. B. McCrary Co. in theirJwor'k
of Installing the Homestead

water system . ."
r. "WIth displays of products In REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZERS
very: line of agriculture and hor-
ttlculture at'the Florida State Fairffar
surpassing, any: previous ex- ,
? iblt,. the Redland District display -
again won conspicuous place .
e O o
to the stale by gaining the ecwod -
prize of 1100 nor community
Exhibits! and In addition 17 first
individual prize; nine seconds and
:$ve third Individual prizes . ." Consult us about your fertilizer requirements !

"Ura, Emma Thompson. 78. .
Wed early Monday m<0-ninR at theJkorne "
of her brother I. T. WlgJina < ,> for the coming year. < ,

in Redland ,Vr ,' i1.\ .; I
Jfc"Mlsr Grace Cameron is expect- ''
Jfl to.arrive' about Dec. 15 from ; : . Due ,to government'reguIaion and short-
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AF CJ.yfliali WorkerFenisllea' # '
Special Course vmakeALLofourreguIar.mixtures.. But we will


Army tMrs.Air. Gladys Bas C.Great Fergus Falls of do our best to supply as near ,as possible what t

.Fla; employed with the I
AAT Base Vnlt at HomeAFiMy'AIr'tield.hu -
been you will need. ;
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a certifi ate.tae successoamplttion 11 .
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eC a course la air \
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supply at 'this Great Falls r!

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r TS.Transport eseotoyMS'' Fergus Command was Command.sent one Installationslarltom. ,of from a group Air Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.



part of the .country to T"* '* Frank B< Rue,Manager IIpmesteadp, FJ.. .;
r falls, to'participate la the

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MISS VIRGINIA:WALKER BECOMES BRIDE REDLAND P. T. A. LEADERS 281 ENROLLED IN MEMBERSHIP DRIVE I

III.. ." OP CPU .EARL JACKSON IN HOME RITESMr. I CHOOSE executive STUDY committee SUBJECTThe : of the BY HOMESTEAD PARENT-TEACHER GROLJ'

Redland<< P. T. A. elected as its
and lira. Marcus P. Walk Mrs Jackson has lived In Homestead program theme The Home' a Two hundred eighty*,.* of the pet cent, The other nine rooirir
k are announcing the marriage an her life. She attended Factor in the Child's Education"at 300 Jar. iU *I represented in are: Mrs. Virginia Evanoff fM
,of their .daughter, Virginia, to Homestead schools and was cradiatd .; a meeting held Monday niuht Homestead 'school* were enrolled grade, Mice Mary Jackson's fW
; last August from Ponce de at the home ot the president, Mrs.Ceo. In the Homestead P. T. A. durIng grade, Mrs. Harry Cooper' sec.
Cpl. Car Jackson ot
Jr Richmond, Leon High School in Coral H. Fitzpatrick. the recent membership drive. ond and third grades Ml** XuU
V,.. and Home< at thou, home Saturday CpL .-Jackson was foreman for I Florida Congress of Parent and Jr., membership chairman. Ten Wyon's sixth grade, Mr*. Greta
evening at 0:10: o'clock.: .' the duPoiit Interests In Richmond I Teacher meeting on Nov. 14, room went over the top with one Rive eighth grade girls, Nit
Preeent beside the brld', par before going Into service. He it IS.and 18, to which I the and Mr*. hundred per cent. Wm. Pyne' ninth grade1' girls
r? nU and the weddlnf party were a son of Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo A. E. Campbell and Mrs. WIlL Mr*.. E. H. Callaber1 homeroom Mm J. R. Rutland' eleventh
Mist Oriel)! Terburf and MissBetty Jackson of Hopewell Va. Turner: Jr were delegates of ninth grade boy was grade and Mr*. Clare Adams'
Arrant. CpL and Mrs. Jackson are making I Aires Wm. Lounsbury was ap- the tint to report one hundred. twelfth grade. '.
o The bridal couple wa attendedby their home with Mrs. Jack oointed hospitality chairman and
Miss Latrelle Waters and Cpl. son's parents at 1402 N. E. Secondave Mrs. Leon Milliard, publications MRS. R. A. HOLMES ELECTED PRESIDENT H
,
t Homer Davis of the 1 chairman.;: I
security section _ _
of Homestead Field. u OF SILVER PALM METHODIST SOCIETO

The bridewore a tailored blue 'r.IRS. LAB N K ,
BISHOP JR. IS AGAIN
x wool suit with black accessoriesand Mr*. H. A. Holmes was elected bind all-<1a) meeting with ft*
a corsage of talisman roses. MADE.PRESIDENT OP GLEANERS CLASS president of the Woman' Societyof Perrine W. S. X. on Dec. Yon
Member of I Christian Service of the S'l- Perrine, when iv study: wlllvbe'
a pioneer family,
al Ism vet Palm Methodist Church at a "West of the Unto ;*." M
Mr*. Laban K. Bishop, Jr., was Mills Mrs Ruth Harris. Mrs. A. meed;
\1. C--; meeting held Nov. It at the home present at lat _k'. ;
"' FAMILY FISH FRY re-elected president of the Gleaners L Lanier, Mrs Smith, Mr*. of Mrs. J. E. Comfort were: the Rev. and Mr Thomas
BY MR. AND MRS. W1LUAM3 I Baptist class, at the November Home, Mr*. Bishop, Mr Weak Adams, Mir*. Holmes, M'Pro-
A family fish fry was held Sat social meeting of the croup, Mn. Campbell, Mrs, Wollam. Mrs. David Merritt was electedvicepresident then, ,Mrs. Core, ,M.... MerrtK,
urday night at the home of Mr. Nov. 16 at the home of Mr*. A. E Mr Olson Mrs. Amen, Mrs. ; Mn. R. W. Pro Mr*. Hertiming, Mn.'Woods'Mrs.
Mr. G. C. Woods,
end Mrs, Caspar Williams Mo. Paul. Other officers elected were: Fogl and Mr*. Paul. there, secretary;
In Mamie HU1. 1011'1. Croute, Mrs.
treasurer Mr.. Maud 1C. Chandler -
dello. Mrs O. J. Wollam, first Vice- :;
Cunningham, Mrs. Elizabeth\ X
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chairman of social relation;
Present besides the host and president; Mrs. A. E. Campbell, The second vice-president Mrs Rua
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hostess were: Cpl. and Mrs. Fred
,_ '.Mrs. Harley Core, chairman -
Fuchs, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Dan sell Home, third vice-president; ; EPISCOPAL YULE BAZAAR.VTO
t Williams, Mrs. E. J. Graham, Job C. J:. Officer, secretary; ,Mrs.A . J7-Meeting of Homestead of missionary education; BE HELD ON DEG 1-'
HIM Lenora Williams, C. A. Williams E. Smith, assistant secretary: Ait-Club at home of Mr*. James Mr. V. ,W. Cunnlnghanv Chair Dec. I and 9 has been met nas
and Charles Williams Mrs A. A. Bussey, treasurer, kind S. Jones: mane of literature and publications -. ,the date of the annual Chrl'bazaar
Mrs Henry OlsoivaMUtant.treas.1 Nov. 28-rMeetlng of Jennie ; Mn. Marie HemmlngH, which will P* held b
AD ASTA CHAPTER urer. Jj Lobdell Circle wlttf Miss Mary chairman .,f publicity; and Mr*. Woman' Auxiliary of St, }
TO HOLD ELECTION: Mrs. S. L. Wt>U re-elected McNeill. I Alva Crouse, chairman' of spiritual Episcopal Church. 'I!
Election of officers of Ad Astra teacher of the class, and Mrs. Nov. Thankaglvuvi! dinnerof )its. The.group held an all-day
Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Howard L. Johnson was made assistant Woman' Club of the, Red- Officers will be installed at an meeting today to prepare for
Star will be held on-Dec. I.Mri. teacher. land, cll-<1a). meeting to be held Dec. event which will be given la
Louise Martin, Mrs. M L. Plans were made for the annual Nov. 30-Work meeting ofHomestead 28 when a birthday dinner will building formerly occupied !by
i Stephenson and E. A. Roberta Christmas party which Will Home DemonstrationClub. be 'served In" the annex. Folllard' Restaurant on N. FIg
were Inltlatel Into the chapter be held Dee. 21 in the Sunday Plan .word made for a com- jar ',v*. .
.t Friday night's meeting, school building or In the city Dee. Homestead school. ear -
a During the' Social hour, sandwiches park. naval '
were served with orange After the business meeting Ice Dec Election of officer of.
juice. dream and cookies were served by Ad Astra Chapter of O. E. S.
the hostesses Mrs. Paul, Mrs.,I Dec., 4-Buiines* meeting of Jerk :
DIXIE DRUG
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The South Dade Garden Club Amaii and Mrs..A. O. Fogle, Jr:| South Dade Garden Club: :1
will hold Its Initial meeting this Present were: Mrsv. Sara TII.I Dec. Meeting of Neighborhood .
season bn Dec. 4 ait the home of man Mrs. t. C. Davis ,1 Cub at home of Mrs. Ralph
Mr*. Joel. J, Robinson at 18 S. W. H. Easter, Mrs. J. H. Roberta, ',Jr.,- King-man. Phones II aid 111
First at. Mrs. Don Talbott, Mrs. Harry Dec Meeting of Homestead
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-, 'Church at a 'i| 7 Work meeting of Homestead -
Mr. and Mr. .Alton )f.! Hood ,steed Presbyterian AV 117
w111 entertain the membership of Wiener roast on Thursday in jthei t Home ttemonstratlon Club. sae areas ,
the Sunday school of the Home- 'church educational building. I I !I I Dec. J-JoInt: meeting of W;: S.
-\! ''l I C. S. of Perrine and Silver Palm SUCH .CBCAT VALUES THAT THEY ARE ALMOST-A-0/fY
Methodist chupches In Perrine,
Dec. 11-Meeting of Monday
Music Club with Mr*. J, W English -
,' I I 10 tttIN20. s.. HI
I C.ee.e. oral
x Dec. 1J-Meeting of Homestead Soper-Thin LARGE
'' PLAYING
Home Demonstration Club.
F Dec. N17-Chrlirmas party of Razor Bides Natural

mNG DlSTAN NE f llS : American Auxiliary.! Legion and Legion I! CARPS SPONGE

| Dee Homestead B. P. W. C.! 33cz)1 .. 39i1Z
TALKS Christmas tree at home of Mr*.'
] W. K. Walton.
t
I Dec. !Chrlttmas party of
np[ ON tUMDING i|Woman' Club ot Homeitead. I
Dee J7-Rotary Club' twentieth ry'
anniversary and Christmas FOR ou1Ct, 4-war siuoa
![ party at 7 p. m. MOM ACID INDlotTION ,
Dec. Installation of officer 4Os.Jar50c '
Long DI:Jnce. calls!! art ot an oll-timt I of Silver Palm W. S. C S. I .

high 0 F aewime 500 hi..a.

It happens sometimes that there's a GIRL SCOUT NEWS 1 BABY BIBS TOOTH'CLASS

bigger rush than usual! ell certain circuit I By JENNY LOU DAVIS I Ir oti sae.a u propernea Its. Other 9M&\ ASH TRAY,

R Hen tW Lwig Distance operator,sill kelp i! -e are lo prires, Cboici of(net aryles.bs 4.41y priced!

to keep thing Moving by Mybg"'{.... I The Girl Scout did not hue iregular' 2=5 23 > 33 tte
meeting teat .week. They
limit roar call I* 5 minute." I old bond and, stamps on' Tuesday -
afternoon. Mi*. Skill said BIG SAVINGS ON T ESE. ;
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$hs's grst.M ,wheat JOII say .K.- that close to $1,000 in bond and s

stamps were told. Rcnnle Mark* .
lold- .one-th'rd of that 'amoun|. Rs.'aN Nri IIM
Toe sale i ot bonds and stamps a Unit swot'l'
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will be tarried on t0 Saturday. t.irofol C0141"/ r LeNta4eblltleral.OH
;'A" new Scout' Joined Ihjs.week.April +
Cankln Mrs'Gaaklni'"isI Sjl.eial ,
nine tor help Un.'Skill with the
-tree- .A conteet' was beW* by
lira SlID to see-who knew the
most ., Uct f flowers: SHy, Suber
sod. Rebecca Draws. received. the'
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*were' aerved by .
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Betty Ann Plummer. We discussed -
the stars, W* went to our ANNIE MAYHEW FITZPATRICK 4,
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patrol Two singing fame were
WAj Uught-Susanne River by Iota- BedUod Read between Avocado Mod Btacayne 111..*' 'j
: NeU Roman, end. holey doky by; .
4 r Sally $; IIbel'. j 'i 1
W F"1 I M l (Egg'7 K .T Pianoforte and Theory.
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! .November 24 1944 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Par Nine '

,;- I tXDLAKO ,.. T. A. TO MEET '1 1TUVI'SDAT I ,

NIGHT NOV. W J

"Youth Problems of Today" will : r

1 Social Events 'I be members discussed of by the three Miami prominent Radio I,,I THE FARM HOUSERESTAURANT

Round Table committee at Wen'! '
meeting of the Redland. P. T. A,
next Thursday sight! !

CLASS OF The meeting wa postponed on i
ssis GRADUATED
WEDNESDAY I account of Thanksgiving holidays.f! Sea Feeds Steaks, a...... Chicken AU Pastries baked sop
I ;
AFTER COMPLETION OF CANTEEN COURSEr emises. list MMBlla ten bread and rolls served with
all mh. ServUg _!? hne-cf..mt If freak pegeUUt
Thirty-eight member of the and Miss O. Wagstaff, aU of Mr. and )Ira. E. S. Pickering I
Homestead class Jin nutrition and Miami. ) entertained at dinner at the Farm SANDWICHES AT ALL HOt..SSpeclal
i canteen work were graduated Picture of the graduating group House Restaurant on Sunday: Mr.
and presented with pin it,.exer I CMt.lMit to burner Parties
were made by an official photographer -, and Mrs. Dan Williams, Miss Lenora -
it rises in the usa Wednesday. The from Homestead Army Williams, C. A. Williams Reseiatlbns-Phone IU'M -'
class, taught by Mr*. D. M Air Field. and Chsrle William
4 Barnes 'WII under the supervision I Swrlee and Women Cordially Welcomed
of Mrs. Margaret A. Syfrett
Breakfast from ':*< to II a, ..
director of nutrition for the1)ade MISS BARBARA JEAN HORNE IS HOSTESS II *
of the American Dlaaer tram 11:31" lSt p m,
I': County Chapter AT COMBINED WIENER ROAST AND DANCE
Red Cross, and Mrs. John L
Butts, county supervisor of vocational Min Barbara Jean Home was Margaret Barnes Miss Dorothy JULIA L. SITLUVAN. Owatr
education. hostess Saturday: evening at a Luke, Miss Barbara Jean Wake- Rte'
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The invocation wa* given by wiener roast and dance at the field, Miss Jolyne Mock. Miss
Dr, A. L. Burgeon, rector of St home of her parents, Mr, and Mrs Georgia Skall Allen Pope. Bruce 313 N. E. Flakier Homestead :
i':John' Episcopal Church and can- Russell Horne. Wagner, Morgan Hodge, Jack
dldates for graduation were greet The guests were Miss Connie Ross Donald Neeley, Msbry Scar- :
, ed by Mn. John N. Sasanove, Campbell, Miss Joy Peters, Mill borough.
assistant volunteer social service 'tpi
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;chairman for the Dade County i II i," I ''i : I'' :i'' "I! I :: I I, : i I I i I : "" 11'1"1'11'11"1: '1"1'1'1'" 'I'' '1111'' ">iI"" II II "" '11'' " ""'" " "II" P'" i
I '*' Chapter of the American Red r.
Cross, who was introduced by
0 Mn. Syfrett '
Mrs Casanova presented pins y J

*' to the graduate: Mr*. O. W. ,",
J* Dr"..... Mr*. Ida X. Kichenber-
"& gar, Mr*. Frank: Hausmau, Mi*. it
*ft'i Ralph .W.'lUngman. Mn. Walter 0 1 ,
'. Wel.-Mrs, A. F. Arthur, Mn, V. lit:
x? L, Harris, JrMn.. G. "Roman,
Mra. t. P Brook,' Mra B. J, Rob-
iaI- erts/IMr: *., J* .W. Walker, Mn.
./ John M. Brown, Mr*. Wm. Ditatel, lai
.j. Mrs. Mildred Hendrlcks. Mn. !
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'' Mrs. Ethel i
Russell Sapp
Mn. Jean Rue, M.... AUx ,.
7 nell; Mrs. Rexie Cullum Moore'l j

Janet Friedman, Mrs. 4
Baxter Mn. Samuel C. J'r i -
Mn. jean Fox, Mr*. Iva K. JfM
Rausch. Mn. W. D. Miller, Mn. { ;
Z. A Celler. Mra. A. L. Burgeon, hr'.'
Mn. Opal M. White Mrs.Josephc.v ,;
Komara Mn. A. E. Paul
,, .Margaret.: Bowden, Mn. Mra'j
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> Allison, Mr, Janet Naplor
)1 1 John Murray Mn. J. R Brooks;
J M.... O. W. Smith, Mr. Rose Sh*.I ,ttf
., ,piro and Miss Ray Leggette.
.. 11 Visitor were David R. Catkin, .
r i Red Cross director at Homestead
Army Air Field and Mss G. ,-
."' kina Mrs. Frederick H. Weber.
fc Mn; Florence Dash and Mia J.

Rue. 1j
r Luncheon was served from the ,'
1t f r mobll-' canteen by Mrs; ft. EU-
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lott' Mn. Alice Barron, Mn.Beese .
; Marshall Mrs Roy Flora ;
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JACKIE FltlLUPS HEADS i SoI.'
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:, 'Jackie Phillip was elected
., president of the Junior missionary
''t society: of the Florida City Free

;t I'A.Methodist'Church meeting Other\ Friday-officen; afternoon elected at a business. were 87 times: straight rive: been lucky 'I;;;:

I MarT Sue Nixon, vice-president: .
tureen Odum, secretary; Stanley a
w'Demere, treasurer Jeredesn Tam- I ,
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s. blyn assistant secretary: ; .nd-Berl ST times I'.. gone out-and good when you count up and real : f :
Shepherd, assistant treasurer. come back. tie what a high score you've got ; IV
; Jackie Phillip wa named delegate You feel you deserve a rest, too.
gets that high
score
the next con WhrnYour
la quarterly t
ference. they usually let you quit for a while. But the jf' isn't over yet. And t. \ ;
The Miami District Young' :_ until ft is, make a Bargain with d
that isn't
But sometimes posiible.You
You keep on buying, and 111keepoafightiogtOl 1 Y :
ple' rally of the Free Methodist have you:
Jut to keep on going- '
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attended Sunday by Japdropit
: Church wa perhaps till number ii '_ ,
Mr. and Mrs. James Green, Mn.JJttoml your up. \ t
Dano Mra. Elizabeth: Out here you get to understand '
'I'oob.Mfa, Mary: Oooding. Mrs. those things. There's no question of '
War Loan is And it's .
The 6th on.
,Augusta Myer, and MUses Beatrice
!how much
quitting-no matte*
K Americana duty to invest in '
0' and Genevieve. Cling you've' done. every "
...............I..................... at least: one extra S 100 War Bond.If f
Back home, it'* the same way you haven't bought JOllA yet ,
.;YelIr. : Dates WithMfick about buying War Bonds. You feel do it today: \.

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i ,......'................Sam!............... : I' \ Buy at least one extra $100 War Bond Today I "J :. ,

t MF A7% FATS-Red stamp QI.:
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indefinitely. Mew stamps ' -, This advertisement ,I* a contribution to Amer carp all-out W'ar effort by fi
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'AI through Z9 and AJWS 'j' :' ,
*'rossgh ,- food Indefinitely. ., .
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stamp Iec.1, taft 1. ;
SMfe-Stamp* 30. 31. St 33 \,' '
M m Book Four good indefiititeUy ;; LtfJ 1
for five pound each. "
ftaaip 40 good.for 5 pound of 1.I
t.Mtttnyng *u ar through Feb. K of
\ tasxt ftut Spar stamp 17 food
I, tor *nnnt sugar, until Mir, t
*W.

CAaoUNI-A.lJ coupon food
iitr4ianonJthrou; )' Dec Jl. 1 ,1 t trMMMOM
XO S-.Airpa>Mr wows> t' }

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MAN TRANS or men nAIl PAINTING SERVICE loi. at do Say of Ik* going Mat* thai aarvlom Mr *. B. OILbRRATH. the
HUNTSMENPAY I the nHoanlpood. ....... or n arntur oftoa head of thin nnlntlM fin b wH. known
J. D. GILBREATH PAINTING CO don, hinting fa a balloon, whit them, not ..... m thin ooctfaM *C Florida hot In
RESIDENT t* be ease M time and M nimbil, lad othor arts of doe Bonify ..*... lie
f doe service I* n* beast a* doe prio and pen oBorrlaw of allIAI..II... af Boulder
assured Taiwan ContrarianTr MO ron have them to .. yew work Dam mttt H man _....... Hoah*
f LICENSE Miami ........, IIM K W. .1tII ... and SIT I. W. lltk A... Til*. *-tT.. yon wilt ml tMn for nil fntnr rrlnTka pant B Mara with Roper J. Ita_. in*
FEES MIM. BxitaUilM U MM Painting ., COO-. elation. and BOBMB .r doe I knrfaaat slow of this aontrnclorTM kiss o* skip. ......*. B. wIR gladly
s BM .*..*..... Feet Radmolve 1:1_ I k.- tried 4k* roil now try the rive naliBialBi on small, lukt aa well aa
1 koH." flea. thin Hw r. k* Particularly ,.... .
oorrtc prforlrf Mr.eILRREATM lone MM *
Tallahassee, Nov. U.-l'1orld. Thor per a tint whom Palo"". VMS DM I D. OILRRBATB1 PAINTING CO.
the beat ., UM. MlatlM of BOOM of nil lyaot
clew type wr. tarn
losses foal of Manna And the of Miami, which mdn complete
xttttdi the n ** BMof a a.
same hunting privileges mrnrnml Mint kill not M Ida with I ...... a.w.m.nld >M battle Pontiac. : *!*> In .his pnrrlnlnr prof_.... W. and given kU personal ntu*):.n to lath
la military and naval perBonn the Possibilities. nhtlnc. .In troavrlr ... ...lm 1 1.suggest fen can I4f. *r 14101 whoa and every oontnci Call bin for. sugar
*! stationed In this lUU thai I In sad 01 PAINTING or DECORATING -... Adv.
actor UM HTrit at Is
piled and Ik f Mix
advantage prao I.Br M mpg "-' f
resident enjoy, Dr. L N. Kennedy ....u, Making ft laUrtm and *.ur.km .. such U ... OltBREATH.wk --
director of the same and with doe Bropor ippltanllon of ....... > .... lii kit employ any skilled' ..M.IrlM roil COMPUTE HOME ANb AUTO RADIO SE1VICE CALL
", fresh water fish commission, has Mol Imaoialkl. IB attain without" anted MM *nnuu>H.: d. This meant that .er.; ....II.>.orrlM.Ueal MKral all_" Htbrxlory.w rii. This
vice men and women, regardless' ....* will .a woll. I* omplor the ......... *OM sot kM* .yow home literally 1 36TH STREET RADIO SHOP .
of their' own rnldenee'm., pur- .aspect and moderately petrol amrlco* Kf I tan up for. chase hunting licenses on the IM H W. Pith ... Tol Milt .. P. alUm. Pete HONEST PRICES -AHO

Same basis accorded Florida people come .., for _>rnlM M Well M Qikk a.-. as DS.m.da I......,.. Eta.SUSSNAN'S PAIR DEALINGS HAVE PERMITTED THIS FIRM TO CROW Al WELL AS BECOME
e A FAVORITE WITH THE PEOPLE OP THIS SECTION FOR QUICK
If they are on station In this!
SERVICE TARE TOUR RADIOS INTO THIS SHOP
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tale. thereby enjoying considerable .
r? J. saving K, the non-reildeni PAWNSHOP A firm onmnbtoly In. send with. nwdarm either tkrounk ......... or with *QBB.Bout. .
Hnxa, aarrlot In Radio Hr bean la no tnomwork.Taatt .
license tees are higher than thoM aopHrlng npalrlay -
,J6 for resident Cnmlnllr UnM !. Miami *t ale N Mini A_ Td. ....... Make MM.Y.s., laalallhif and nrrrklnc, and nr tkorowh repair work BMW offldmlly .
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and .
for CHRISTMAS Cirri HOW, SKI THEIR SPECIAL GIFTS FOR LADIES. IN-
; There for awing anpllflm and Inalnllatloa la tMMTH
are no exemptions '
rUDINO TH MOST BRAUTIFIL or DRESSKR BIT AT LOW COST In sonorous with their rraalr work
hunting licenses In Florida STREET RADIO SHOP 1S44 ....
except
If yon sued sooner for Immediate nwd 'Inn the .loan. k wU ........ ear* ofTht on ""'I.. they ar* frequently Called' Boon
for residents 83 yearand older w. lath 8L In AIlaMttnli.Thf .
Kr order,
to satiable ate anorlal and
sad have a kattl which real rnn give nr* tier whim People who laws
and children under the age of IS I /ur-Uh. (k* 'Mm* sad jonrb. toAmtry Chop >.too da latrlraw radio 'wlria.
Kennedy explained Resident hi ..t...... for a fmporaiy parted, such around loan* have talM to Mtttrn (or And. suburban cam na they do Itnall Joba lurk M attire nrinnt Wdroooptlon.
'tkrlr .
norckandk and for able
county license rout $US while as diamonds .hweley. I......... or any me. r then an sassing ..h.. u k* earners Mnaaa nib. In )Unml.TM Itrof.jar -" ... oatrvin*
result nt other than home county. this! of value. you can nnjltv funds with ban In J<*0tr. dlanonol. watches, Ir .... b > food .lun>. one for radio ownm kwlMoa or the recover or .... of ...,
cost t si.1: A resident state U- mil any "rod tap*" al SUM'MAN'S, PAWNSHOP *>. and other articles. to* summa t* In n Mctioi like aim ti keep In mid summa other ..i jrlti' medians thai
tense I' $590. while I nonresident Sol N. Miami A I*.. Miami ,inmtlon which nr* Bold .. East *qor. when In Md of radio a r -tote license li f2S.50. A Very oOn people. fM themselves. .. able. li nu-nMrrly the amount due on thoM wasting quirk arrrlM take their MOM mlMtaklni taN and UM sums ,..
Iton.....Idenl 10-d4y continuous end. at fund t* meet nn obllntlon" inn the ..... The slab base on hand] A rtdtaa Into thin ahoy, silky' a. the lanm Jobi Th*' Mlh
license null make set of the tollaU screw hers, choke smorte.nt of lad..... drwnr seta The aorrldne tnbomtory. ri wall qulp. STREET RADIO SHOP h nndvr tits dlrMtlon .
$10.50.
whom they. ran take Iklnv I. the . of Howard. P. Battln nn ...perttorkb
say Tkow special not sake Most CHBUT .rd It bM tarts (or mry make and JU
: All of these licenses may btbbtained above mentioned line and without waitlu HAS GIFTS for UdlM and are beautiful _"..... understand the eomtrortlon nadtodinlrtllllM : -r: call Moll and.
i, from the county Judges, severe a loan at ben 1._ rau*. laMiold' fUBBMAlCB brokerage h of the Many and arM yon k* KifonnatloaT IT
\ and .th. .cn U Include the Judet'ee. TWO firm la ,nllakl and koooH, and wall known It will pay "tkotofon. to types h rails The wo/k deco ky them yon nod Mpalr brine your radio In nn
business| .la urrM an In n ntrnlckUoTwnr I* u thin sere and look car this. la band on Prod And experience aa well has hors aionobd, yen will k* sHnk
d na.nr. Bonuiai a loin for _'on n ....,;.,..., parllralnrlr nl thin IBM 'wttaCkrhtmaa an on mud and Trlvla IkOTrr, which prompt ourvieft
plait pi1" entails B* publicity Just nraaad the oamm. It faa taken the guesswork nut tit any radioiTTlf If H l Auto radio. antes yon seal just
a .. RECORDS Them I* Nothing t* slim ..*..* I rooHpt thrifty outer t* key and ...*. yon see work yon kava them ... '1'...., drive right In. Th. ..... k,spool rn.
(Continued front Page One) nod wkalonr yon ogre to the kop In nod of Mate, It k a nod aka ton nnfortaaaldy. tkraar. people In radio I.... ..... t .. .. for your tonroalone. .*. -
during as pond at than pat am for n .....* -Adv. renew work who ar*,not equipped for It, AdV I
In lot: I itoiei Each kit of new

record costs approximately! tit 11i'.um.rmn.nnrmru clZI"
t and there la a need for more than
.,500 sets of records each year
No solicitation: will be made

t>y national headquarters but Individual ,
drives will be staged by
loci I prwls, report CommanderJoel NOTICE OF SALE ."
4 toblnson Any donation 3 I acceptable to help buy new I
l recordi for both able and disabled r
t' fighting men, Mr. Robinson said !


I. ,; !. .\VANT. ADS PA*. Of .Foreclosed LotsThe .1

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.' REDLANDCAFE I City of Homestead has foreclosed upon all of the lots here


. inafter described and the same will be sold at public auction at the front


l door of the' County Court House, in Miami, Florida, on Monday, December -


i Specializing in 4, 1944, at 11:00: o'clock A. M. The sale will be to the highest bidders -


,Southern Cooking -for cash, and Master's Deeds will be delivered to the purchasers.The .


CHICKEN and

,j. STEAK DINNERS lots to be sold follows
are as : ,
r. SERVED ON IUNDAY , .

REGULAR: MEALS

, WEEK DAYS Lots 1 to 12, inclusive, of Block 1;' ". -;'" '\ ;. '


t M Lot 1, and Lots 3 to 12, inclusive, of Block 2; ,

c r C. rowcU, Prop. n t, -
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d 17 N. Flatter Ave.Clead . Lots 4 to 12, inclusive, of Block 3; .


j Lots.1 to 12 inclusive of Block 4 tI
C All Day Ta..day) ,
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.RIt" : f of THE PALMS, a subdivision of Homestead, Florida.' ..y_ '

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*' 0 0ti. according to the plat thereof recorded in Plat Book'21' .'

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Try'U* When You Need at page 11 of the Public Records of Dade County; Flor-

A Haircut or ida.
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Balrnl lit All of the above described lots 'will be sold free: and clear of all

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"ample .(F1al.-) ... 51c: taxes.
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StbssSRae tits..IC'aa.4)_ tar .

etaee .. . . .. tic -
y .t Purchasers are urged to investigate the location of the-lots and
t" ..... ..,..,,.,..,.._ toe "
I, snow Rack 130I be present at the sale. '
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iFrlaef a TrbIi __._.Ise DATED, this '21st day ofrNovember.A..D., 1944. '-' ':" '.

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'BUSI'SBarbers" ". "R. E. EDWARDS, :.'. '

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24, 1944 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Page It'velt'

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"1\'* Easy to Far-tk* Ram. War"

BUf TOUR CHRISTMAS RICNT8: MOW FROM e


J t'> ROGERS : ';. ;I CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING 'I.


RATE: ritit Insertion one; subsequent insert kena
, i MIAMrt LtADINO CREDIT: JKWILERR: 10ca lint

I Lratr4 Caaraalaatfr: fat the Pa>to at ale Baitta. ta the Manyn "!**.. II W. Flaalr. *4. Tel W1M. Mel Man* Mr.taalarlnR .
,, Hellenist UntOtmt J.....,. Dlaa>ona>. a4 BUnrwra-lar, TIN CfcrtMaiM..-Rmall Voaaalt O..,. an Idol -nn .,

r [f ,.flat is Maa R.Letleas Nr.!: CHRISTMAS FBCHKNTI. Open Batr4ar C.III' **. Mason Welsh a4 Jewelry Roaatr.WWa . FOR RENT YOU want to set nwrrled, I" '

a kMlMM orUWhawwat .. tau Never Wfor love tk ban Norked -A lit sialtet mats. and etalfylas I lip| write Box .e, Vancouver, Wash
{ ,' I __ onM U4 sh..relesedW. .*1"_ ........., .rakebes. sells, novel-| norkiunt Price for 1C W* MjroM that ROOMS and apartment oiun v

the toM *f time sod MM. Wltk mapl oMtkrfaetkM > ad ether ___....., Ideal fir yew ark this list* MW for onrtkln hi I able rate, hot water

thn It mart W admitted. U: gifts pd for the daswrtl of Open ass the Jmlrr UM .M take advantage tt I OTt. Palma Haiti .or. HOMES

bon ......* a4oMtalr sad ,.Ith,.." I.I (HUM., Their ohCM. ".,'1 haul to PMi ,' th* ago br-nmy Ckrtalau pi... 'I I
WILL CALL YOU BY NAME
this unstable __..attoa l> balsa i IW IU..Mi W>>." ta nil knows IkivtHrk.I I Bur t* rr-tk* Room way.A FOR SALE
i' Shale 'LMdbit 'trooItt 1_..... hi UM i I Ml South Florid I I small 4rpooll (b sit that b rM<.....>. i Your treated M hh unit kerealln

Blow. pko& "il' W. Flat-far Bl,, MIM. j i H.L 11_ tea brad of ROCEM b Ado.i l. Til give you yourlucky

wMl alMartlw .....Ioatod.... for, ....... ta mil ho.... H* b e Jtwolrrivwtalbl I. FRANCIS C. STOKES Bomber and *-.4*||

( CkrhtmM .hopvm. Throimkout this an In every MM *t UM ....... Xputfcuo I.'I' NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB Seeds may be purchased yea whew and where) .. play

I' fell popular otor. b nraaala far tkr!, made M tkbm briers Fels-i'I CHAPTER IT41T TAX BKKn Acre OF Ins nln, Seed Co.. 201 then. All readlnn venfMeaiUat '" :

i 1 trips of tawdry so vim OVA, .In* MMotMlM ta knowing thus tt b FILE Mil South Miami and Head for all naltonalltrftTin i

! :!tie'-t.: Mrs" .* er.r-Rewhft aim.p .I II i I KOT1CB U HEREBY GIVEN that L. Grove Supply, PrID ton.I \\ yea want le know UM .. :
ale. I LEGAL NOTICES -i II. HARRIS. Wow of CITY OF CORAL .
I truth regarding Uw pant prea* ;
They ._iallM IB .*.*.." .....*. M i 'I i i GABLES ears MM Tax sad GonirkaitM till. bawd No.the MI7 Ilk till CMf I eat and future pee must fan- f i

new aOrarwarat ..* their roan ml n- IN THE riRCIIIT COURT CoT Till ,, Juno. A. D. Ill*, New filed demo 4n FOR SALE OR RENT- .'
f .' ......_ ELEVENTH: JUDICIAL ( OP : office. and ) nuoo aralfaaUaaj fora lult natural bola rnedlvm.Alwara .
It your aratfrtlon aureklx .. .' r sea I farm land In Highland J
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADS tax deed to .. k.u.l tkmoa ..... consult the beeTo
j '': .""" IP tale tees H.IU. MM _I rOUNTr. IN CHANCERY, No. IMIo.1, Certificates aaikraw the following tfaorikal touth of Florida City with It" '
I IoorporoUoo one a repaUtien
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) sea for waktal four narthMM ken, CITY OP HOMESTEAD s msleipsl' pespwto la tko Covat of Dads ther
I particular see A. i
I when ditty the highest. ftI_ .t Mcidkltr of. tko BUM at KbrWta I I of Florida, toltt the cbe.peat In the long rw
prime, otI_. They sky having' .....urt. j I BLot 14. Blk. TC Coral CaklM RMrraBoa. I, ton Rt 1, Box &88. and the most Important wi all

1 I ..... People ll sad look MM their MODERN ROME : ILDERI, IIIC.. aPl.r4o I II the. Part City 4.of Plat Coral Bank Gaklal II. Pat County IT. nfDaa In ( It Male n. more. .

, tack say Mme I --tIoa.: H.t |! *. sate at ........., M *B>........ InCortlflral Bring this coupon .
I *OCERS. In II...... has kilt a flee o>... ; N* MIT, The Mnoimrnt atMM GERBERA daisy blooms t Life Reading for IIALK"r :.
roRicLOBi'im OP VAX SALKCRRTIPIt I seeder the Cietiflesto Mr. Fred Fuchi Robe. 5
tI j ,. _uUUem far a sash at Quality 4IKHmb >. ATK =-T. the .. of Unknown.Let. till N. W. Snd KU
j which aN priced u reasonably Hi NOTICE OP MAITIR'B SAL I .... I r
I*. Blk. 74, Coral 0. lit Miami Florida
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1 It..i Feasible to MO first Olson 4I.. Nolle b glove that tko j I rt. Part 4. PUt Book II. Page 41. la
linoo oo Rpn-WI 11_. moor end k, FOR HOLIDAY (Take tt Bo 10 Daniel
I On "'T IM, mmd nuMw this the Cltr .. Coral Gakloa." CoaMr af Daaa. Season i
I Men to noted for u. ........ stash b kmtofor strips of the entered Final hi Doero Unit* t oorUI Porarlwit Mm*I eats State N of*. Pleads Mtl. ,The u *Monotones w.kra
bonuses It b _>nlMMlw with ill Meson predict l. the ClroH Court of the Property ands the MM Certificate laiauH of ornamental shrubs
9 "a njl Eleventh: Jirfkl.l Clients *t ITorMfc "tai I la the of Unknown.Lot WANTEDWILL
rmwlM *
at prices >[lr. was aaat Sunny Grove Nurseries,
I t and for CoKaty en Chancery. Wog I II M. Blk. T4, Coral OnbUa RKrtoraBoa. 1
j -- CMlraorr :: No. /.. .. IB orhlck City Pan I. Plot Book tl. Pan 41. lathe west of Florida City PAY CASH for adding machine .
I of HciMolM4. o ojnnlrlool eorporotlwi. 011 i Cltr '"f Coral QabUa County of Da*.. I
the sate of kirioo, b plaintiff, and Mod. Sate of Florloa. u mkran* to rartlfk PACKARD pickup 1-ton typewriter or tech regime f
For, termite extermination *ra Homo Bullion, lo a, Florid totBporbl rate Na. Nit ""'. nwieonnmt af saw ter-any condition.: Swap Shop
good condition.
.. L M.
r eabn. .1 ale. use ..,_... I su presents nj-r the MM OrrUfWata Ifmutt
get in touch with Masts In Chasers appointed br WM In the nome of Vnkaawn.Uit 103 Redland Camp. I I IS S. E. Fligler AnJ4U) r
the Court I* sold oWno. Moor .ad kr.Irtuo II. Blk. 14, C-r.1 Oaktan Riviera
of D. L. PHILLIPSTERMITE uk and oil ol public son ta the k......, the City af Coral GakUa. County of Dodo soldiers
monlcaa from
ant and tort bidder for sash .t the Mock state of FWU. M embraced la. Ortln.aata 'I ovenwRi.Anyone .
frost door of Ik* Court Howo of Dodo .... MM. tk anoatmonl of MMraparty willing to part with one 7
CONTROL County l Is the Cltr of MUml, "........1 sods tko MM Certificate to-
please we Woods Jewelry and .
on tko 4th d.f of Deamb.... A. D. IM4. sued WM In the same of Unknown..Lot Tractors t
COMPANY Mown tko hmiro of eleven. .'.brit . 51. Blk. fl. Oral Oakln.. RlvkraBM. Gift Shop. (n7-J4) -,
I MX. and two aVhek. P. M.. the MIM ..0\.1 Part 4. Pl.t Bonk II. Pan 'T. tat ._ .
,nl a legal Mir day "4 the house the Cltr a* C-.... GIh... Count of DoA" WANTED TO BUY Green Pigeon
level hours of ...., tko 'foUmrln M ...... .Home made Fo
Phone' 744-W. p. O. Box 305 Sate '"f FWUa, > *< la OnlfMta pn24)I Peat In pod. Will highestprices.
arrlkH property *ltMt* In Dodo County. I No. Mil. The s-as.-e of MM pay
! Hollywood, Fla. Fl.lT<<... w>-wltlLoto Mwiwrtv under the Mid Cmtfl...a n. ,Tractors with 6 I S. Rosen 7 E. 135th SL, .1
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On* ta Twelve, metals of seed wa ,. the none af Vtknawn.Unkaa < New York City .. (pJ2> ' J
Slosh Ono Lot OM and I I M Twclra Imelen1sof Block Two: .d aiN nllnir to .... UH ituoj"tty *..
IM Four to Twl *. Inrlml. atRlmk aorllxil, Hiaroln will.. .. ..>M to tea kkrk.rat t i Trailers ready to I $
Tkra: and Lot OM u Twin bidder at the court H_ aVior an WANTEDExperienced nced
liwIuulK W Sleek Fr.... of THE ...
"s. the fire Volume fa the arxtk *f -
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PALMS a subdivision of Honorbod.Florul nary. I".. which la the lit .ar af Jin.INo Second bookkeeper for year I
L. Kendrick ..- .._,.. to tko plat tkimofronnM wry,
l> riot Book II ot MM IIof ,),....NJ;.. day of NewM1941., Chain. I round position. State
JUSTICE OF THE the Pitkll BMonb of DIdo Coyn.M. 11Hz': a f.EATwERMAN.
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Florlon.Tk C1reN'Imett (le.... full particulars first ',
I PEACE: t MM p ronrlr M ar..u1d lamas Dodo air, Florida.Clesak . Wolfe
' .Ilk ill tU a_II. MrodppurMunooi _.. ad ( Creel Roll letter. Box 36, Home .
Uxronnlo ...._1... orn Ito L. M. IOIOfItOIf n. Co "*
'I Birth Certificate tad other dew- any ..... ._1.1... .being now to *.. ... 14. D.. I. L II !'1944) I Auto stead. (nlO)
Fry new der o. _. . ;.. \
> uncut acknowledged and wit.lewed. Octet this Blot day of Novemba... A.. m roirtfTT JUIMJIII COURT

I D. IM<. DADS: COUNTY. FLORIDA-N*. IMII Phone m-J Homestead
L. th BORINgON .
I Odd Fellow* Bldi.W. llnnbl' Hooter In Cko_. lee MATH R. P. "Foil"OP -". I WANTED-Job II dish washer or
C. HAYCOCK. II IIIRA HOTlni OP INTENTION MAKE APPLICATION clerk able-bodied
1 by woman.
VT. in Bt Homestead fU I Solicitor for Ptalntirr.Nor. FOB FINAL DISCBARC.RNotlM I .."\
( 14. I'I.. tl441 b baste given Oat 1 MM tiled I Box A-144 at Leider-Enter t
i"Imr final lM.rt .M purl" for Maul CHICKEN JSAN1,1RI-You Print (nlOtf) .'
'Dbckor*. M mlnbtrntrln of tea M. '
I tot of H. P. WMk. deaosedl sw4 that and haul. Pin Ridge
I on the lltk Amy *f Dot.. IM4. will spot Farm. I mllea west ROOM wanted ly man. R-l
F. Bin.!.*. Co nwIndm
tk Honorable W.
ORANGE and GRAPEFRUIT I a of Dodo.Case.. F.......... for use Phone 298-W. ( Leider-Enterprlie. (nil) J
prevei of roost .n* for final ..
I 1 X-fh.tr.. M"A P. W ok. mam*.,
GROWERS J-l
Terd14th; day of N.a. toI Ltader-lnttrprlle. (nlO)
MAR"R. w. D.Ades"lettrte LOST: Dark brown mare t+
o* the Kitnt -
We.pick pack and sell your fruit. of B. -P. Webb, deosas d. with halter and tie 4I'm
DON R FERBEYRA. D. Crow Rt 2. Box 433, Proml" j
Attorney for AdmlnMratrl 'I
: We do not buy it. (M... It. 14 DM I. .. 11. 1I4t'
CAB SERVICE \
I NOTIFOROTAXFPDIEDTION' : I LOST: Black tan and
spotted small female fox
Silver Palm Fruit Growers1 Assn. File 19451 I
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Nato b M..kr gives the JMM 1A. Liberal reward. J. R. al reasonable rates
Port holder M wane of 1:T r.l. GroVer-owned non-profit CO-OPERATIVE DUtrM Ts ....,....* N_.
dour the lr day of .
JUM kiW A.HIM D. 1141 kM filed' MM Cntlfl.MU PERSONAL Day Phone .......... .. 3108) '
Packing House b en the Seaboard Rallwnf In Redlandt n n.r sills. and kM ... opKlMtlon

,'t.:,!,.1 South of Plummer Drive for.U.with deed b...b Mid row CMtlflMl.overawe. FREEI i It Excess acid Night Phone .. ...... '239
ambitious the following . ;"
MMtoi I. Dub Cwnt. Fl"oW .......

Phone J-3 W. M. Crow, Mr. Bortfc-H If. Township Ie Rank fe Bloatlfttj.UonM Heartburn Nautea. Cat HOMESTEAD CAB SERVICE 'I

..... M East oMtnlrlM 119 ACIMmor F. O. nnmiatr. Prep, .
or .... In "'". Cwintf of Dmb. pot free aampl Ud, ___ >4
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But of FtarUo.TM Brown'i Pharmacy.
MOMmifnt of MM property M. ,I
nor tk* CortMknt issued WM ta ". (;,
MOM at Con/L. T. ..._ Union MU ;
CnttffanU okoll k* ntitmmi so or dime
to I... U. M will issue Ikirn. M -
the tttk 0.7 of November A. D. 144.
Demd ship 4lk *ar el Otwikir. A.

} This Job Will Bea D: 1944'R B, LtATHHRMArf.Cbrk. j Airplane Crop Dusting fie

nf Clnnnt Com I
Dade Coming, FtorMaBr
Job M. JokMoa, D. C.t. :. effective-economical efficient
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0i..1t ea... Bea' I ,
1004. n. ,.. I1. .t. 141)KOTJTB ) I II"

: After the War! OF APPLICATION

I" FOB TAX* Mill DRCDFU I Use Fico brand dust for J.

Nation a) basis -hraj that Mn.Branrr .
Christie bolder *f City of Miami
Tat aartlflaala NnmkarH "- eatal: '
i the Ia4 aar af Jose. A. D. ION kMUM best results. ,;
:' I MM CMtiMcat hi air off.... aaJ
Help Wanted but Bade aavUMtloai In tax deed aNew
,; tk.n.a aa aMOraaao web law.BaM ,1
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r-tr..... whew the following .
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,, I Canty. Fleita' t.*.wk e Distributed by "
!, Let 4. Dark a Dies Visa BakMo>.
Plat Book I. imp.vest 111. kt the Clip,
t
.( .t ; ; : i af Nkuoa, Caaatr af Oaaa. State, -rfFlarMa. 'i
, ;', at, the % : !
kt Theder .=..-.. of std property a*. 1s'
... Ontafloat. bud was m tk*1 GLADE & GROVE SUPPLY CO. :
Uafcaa, MM CmM.
of Uakaawa.
same I -
NARANJA ROCK CO. auto soon k.-ii iMiil anajHlne ta law. ;1rUSCE1'OJif.
ax dew will tam ...... tb.i FLORIDA ,
SUN day Hof D '
this 0.'w.
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Dowd 14'hw
Phone 57J ,.... c TlethMw M.-J-1 P. aBe* leti' <
Homestead
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'. k Base Measures 6th War Loan Effort Church. Leader Will were unable to do anything but in Goulds on.Nov. 11
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safeguard surrounding buildings The Delta Air Corporation was

H t.. With "C-frf Over Air Map\ to Berlin Be Installed Sunday Issued a permit for a $150 addi.
,) Officers and teacher of the Boo to its present building at taw
Sunday School of the HomesteadPresbyterian $100 LICENSE FEE city airport. Other permits au-

f The Sixth War Loan Drive I a hue mail of Germany will soon Church will be Installed (Continued From page One) thorHwd were A. JT. and Mary

i opened recently to find ferrying be mounted showing a giant C-" at the Sunday morning tire hose fee MM city. fire department H. Webb, $710. for rebuilding a
f division flying toward Berlin A* sale service A letter... Luther U house on Lot S, Block I, Central
personnel at HomesteadArmy file. age the plane will move over Chandler of Goulds was read Commercial Addition; P. J,
\, The officer Vane L. Harris
Air Field already purchasing Important title of the Reich are: which thanked the city fire department Franklin, $1 SO, for building re.
P. Jr, .
D. Blake
nearly $20000 every month toward Hitler' capital secretary for IU aid In fighting pairs; and Mr*. Lena Lawrence
and the Rev Bruce A.
fcy allotment plus an undetermined In addition to competing with treasurer; the conflagration which destroyed $100, for an addition to* building
mount of cash. bonds. Will Cumming, acting superintendent '
otherferrying division base for the W. H. Owen packing house la Brooker Addition
ti member of this four-engine *lr- Mia Marilyn Bethea I* pianist -
lines training school are justly) highest sales; for the sixth war Teacher are: adult class, J.
loan drive, competition between
prdud of such a fine recordthe' M Holferty and A. F. Hood:
squadrons, at Homestead Field isrunning
f are enthusiastically engage In high. Officer Paragon class, C. L, Ooley. young
Commanding -
Increasing their purchase to the people class, Miss Anne Bellows,
14. Col. Samuel C. Dunlap,
utmost Intermediate Irwin TOM AND BLL'STAVERN
during the present drive class, Joseph ;
lit pas announced that the wincing -
t With ferrying division plants primary class, Mr*, F M. Kent,
squadron will take the elute -
And crews delivering| high priori at formal review plus receiving beginners' clans, Mrs. C. H. Den-
war cargoes and military personnel by and Mr*!. Charles Jordan, and
a handsome plaque to bemounted
tor Allied fronts throughout In Its dayroom.The nursery class, Mrs W. W. !Bethea i
the global war, It i* fitting that I
ATC personnel of Homestead ,I government Is encouragingthe Presbyterian Men Set

bond Field dollars should are feel helping that their td blaze war the purchase lower military of war pay bond brackets among Dec. for Club Meeting I Home Cooking That Brings You Back

;. a trail to the very heart of the 1 by the Issue of special O 1 bond The Men's Club of the Homestead (Our Chef Was With FoUlard'i for Six Year)
This f 10 bond, available to military -
Nazi empire G t Joes' and
will
Presbyterian Church ;
Jane may see how the war bond personnel only, 1* purchasable meet Friday night Dee 1, In Sirloin 8&eaL-_ U* Hamburger Steak .$$
campaign I* going by watchlnj for only $1.50. church educational building T.'" 8teak____ Utl Bpaihettl... Meat Ball 4rerterneesa

the bulletin board outside ferrying A special speaker to being tht// Steak_.- LH Cheese OletW____. .M
division headquarter Here ATTEND DISTRICT RALLY cured and an Interesting pI' Lamb (::11....__._ IM Ham Omelette..._ ._ J,
A delegation from the Homestead may be expected, announce the One-kail CMckea__._ LI Chicken Liver Omelette. 41

H AF' MESS Presbyterian Church attended pastor, the Rev. Bruce A. Cum- One-frth Chlckm,._ ,71 Rome Baked Urn Pie1i
the young people' fall rally mlng.

(Continued From Page One) .f the southeast district of St ....... French Fries, Bet Rails Served WWII blnnen.
John's Presbytery held Saturday MEOW CHURCH BURNS
ter menu the "ATC treatment"so
that It read a* followsRoast -. afternoon and evening In StJohn' The Shiloh Baptist Church in
Presbyterian Church in the destroyed
negro quarter was
turkey a 1* Tire ball"
Miami In tilt group wen* the by fire of undetermined origin TOM P. BROOKER, Owner
"CannonbalT giblet "Four-
gravy Rev and Mr*. Bruce A. Summing, early Wednesday 'momlnl-
engine" baked ham, Snowflake I r .tallI1r'. at Aveeade Dr, Ne.bo.etUI
Mr*. C A. Fuller Mrs. J, Lee The Homestead fire department :
ATC buttered
mashed potatoes.C-54 -
a Smith, Miss Margaret Kosel, Mill responded to an alarm at 1 I
com, creamed ljOTU
a
peas
\ e. "Crescent" cranberry sauce Virginia Cumming and' Wayne a. m, but the flames had made I
Sherry. such*headway that the firemen
etc (with emphasis on the etc') I

While CWO Baker had warned ,, ...... Pq! 011! oil P R if ,., ,
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"Till" 'I '' r'li'' '" : 1i"'i'U' i'i: 1111"111'1111'11 11'11'111111" " '' ''' ''' '' .1' llii II
that the ,ATC Ferrying Divttlon ,
names given to his preparation
In no way Implied that the 'food
would fly from stove to mouth,


r_ glared witnesses that* fact.Nurperous and this enlisted. came participants personnel close to becoming de-of- If You Want to Sell It,


Homestead Field played host to
family members and guest at the


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war stamps.Volunteers.
are manning a sales
booth in the lobby of the local

theatre to handle applications for .

anything from a ten-cent war
stamp to a $50,000 bond, says
'. Mn. Brooks, Credit for the ales "

will be given any organisation I' Want I .

designated ;.by purchasers the .t : "

ays,
The list of donor lor the auc* . ',- ,
tloa at press time reads: Smith-

Crave Furniture Store. mirror; I Groves with houses on them.
Ma Morris Beauty Parlor, shampoo .

set and manicure: Dodd
r Radio Shop $3 00 credit: Me- -
f Crory Store, five cartons of Large tracts of unimproved land. ,
McConnell Dressmaking
chewing gum;
\, Shop, $300 credit; Western -
Auto Associate Store, two Small tracts adjacent to city limits

Max' DepartmentStore .
r. tractor lamps; "
w pair ladles hose; Browns .
1\\ Pharmacy, box of candy; Bur- -. of Homestead. .to

ton's Department Store, pair lad-
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I,.' hose; Woods Jewelry and ,. . -

i Gift Shop, Dixie Drug Store, f.ti -
i!. nun-Lehman Packing Co., each $a

f' worth of war stamps; Franklin ,

Grocery Co. ham} Helmly Furniture ,:, '
Co of Miami floor lamp
+ Store of Miami 1"
Duval Jewelry
I', 'Have '. .
dresser set; Tropical AgricultureCooperative < : <
Association of .
Goulds crate of choice potatoes, 4

; pray Feed Store 25 pound .r

.' ,scratch feed; Sherard Brothers' 35 acres of glade land for rent ,\ .

Dry Cleaning $300 credit Bishop _
and Son Service Station1 good r -
Job and oil change; Lou' '
grease Buyers waiting for houses within
Drew Shop four loather purse, : .' -
Bar-B-Q. case beer A '' "
Dick1 ;
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';' and P Grocery Store merchandise city limits of Homestead. :
: Homestead furniture, Store,,1
merchandise; Homestead Mode
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I Yo"- .
Store, men' shaving kit;Vtlms'i .

Cafe, $2.00 credit, W., D, Rome -. \: :\:;... '
'Co. glass console set; Sap '+ : >; ',"
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Shop gun; Hector Supply Co.
'i bag of fertiliser; Texaco One-

Stop lubrictntlon, grease and oil

thong: Post Office Gulf Station.Jubrtaatton .
r grease end oil change, Benjamin Warren: : Morris

Kendall Packing House .

!(MMD; avocado: and limes, .
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sefancy avocado: and

Carl F. Robtaso. boa 219 SOUTH. ''ROME .P.O."BOX:=.

of tag* Nstad. fruit; Starlings

a... nylon. Herman j-" ,
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