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: December 8, 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 )
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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: VID00676
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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I I': apt. Howell Kopp Killed, LOCAL, EFFORTS BEAR FKIRT'



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i;, M/.Cbpt L and Howell Mrs. .W.,S. A.Kopp J. .Kopp', son of of I Farmers Must j Report Soil 'Building ., : ,%; ENTIAL FOOD( HIGHVAY

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i-s Homesteadwas, killed In action Practices by Jan. 15 to Receive Pay a f,

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>. wire; from the war department' Farmers here are being askedto the closing date. S: C. DUNLAP tarnish Been lad eejulpsnenC .
received Sunday night by his report by Jan 18, IMS allsoilbuilding The reports must list the but eaawel legally ,1-

: 'tiu.. .I} ; bag been. making her *practices carried out I amount of each soil-building IHftBTFAl ) a 0.: kate fund to Tijslt Pie
practice carried -out, the placeon Monroe Musty strip ef the
home in Pensacola with relative
on their farms during 1944, says
thefarm where it wed, .
was Cape Sable trod Tex Llndter
stove September. No'detallt art County Agent Chas. H. SteffanL and receipt for lime phosphateand WINS\ PR J 1OTION Missal meaaber ef the
tj. 1 9YU. : Jan. 15 has, been established seeds used In carrying out stale read board, said la a
't} Bwldes.hUwifa; 'and arenis, the closing date for filing report the project, he said lean distance, Interview. Jut
t*.'Col. d.lWap '
Samuel til
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'CaPL" ( ; before the Leader weal to
Kopp saves; .two' daughters of performance under the 1944agricultural Commanding -
officer .of_ Homestead
three-yearwW .Jean Press
Howell conservation' pro- ,
District Over the ferrying division four-en-
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(an*; flve'-month-old Nanej Beat :.Itt states of the southern .
gram cine transport school If the state roaddepart who, was. bore ;Befe'' and. whom region he and ne application And Going Strong as was'pro .
says ; muted to the rank,of fullaolonel
< ber'Mther h.L, erei'seeni 'and agreed to send crews andl
$ ; 'for "payment majr-be filed I' Dade's Quota Lag ,yesterday; The colonel attained
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''two-- brothers, John Barton Kopp unless the report It received by the.HtittetUad, command $
jof,Wynwood-Park-Paand;, WIlL -- .- Allheal Bade Ceinty as 'a .At. *.> kmManna:
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A. Kopp of Mtoml, who are here : ; : : while b lactktg' to lie sixthWar gus :41 > year. !
I :'J\.It .., .. : A ia. so?.Birmingham, Cot ty: ; strip of 'the tape Sable read.with1' .
w wjtjltheir pa tIt. pe.aerntt1n : ,- 't ask geaC'Ue'HadlaaWIDMrtet.
lhJSiLO'PURPLE Virginia Mill that Mofiroe will .
the pfovlad
'August 'Capi ...' averartearlbed Its n
Kopp wa E."nite4
awarded the Silver. Star for fcttoutry > .'quote ef 934.951 gadla atlHje4ng 1M' .the. commissioned ..Universityof bear coats In excess of'tl.Mft,
air ...'max -, bond of local efforts to' have '
In' action to the South Pactfic' > Ill Kelly Field, Tex, In 1P33. fuccesa
When he led a voluntary pa aaJea ehalfxea* ssldyesterday. The colonel h.. plied up the road put ,ln year-ereund usable -
.trot'on' a'' hazardous nUason| ,behind HEART n'. bend nor and auction 42.00 hour of flying; time during condition may be tlote at
enemy "live*. and secured t.. Saturday rWe>4 pies tm his military and commercial 'ind.
valuable. fnformatloq"and brought each 'ales fat aJ.HI.. t. nunereias -
back".Intact Us ;entire "patrol ei Pot,, .gee W. KoeeU.Jr; : was ,pledges, .reverie ..... J. .'ter.. A proposal of state asststanreIn ,
well as. two' Japaneae 'prisoners. wounded la. action In France And *. Breeka;; chaansHW for thai iE resurfacing the Monroe: road
Capt Kopp; bad been ..'!tie was awarded 'the'.Purple Heart, "event. COiJHCILF strip was submitted to the Mon-.
army since -August of 1941 and according to word received by his The Sixth War'Le. drive to roe County commission Wednesday
overseas. since' January of 1944. wife 1 scheduled. ae,and Dee, II.I night. In a long distance tel,,
He received a B: S. degree In The'made) .has been forwarded I ( SLAUGhTER ephone conversation with Ms
business administration from the to Mrs. Koaet by the chaplain of chairman Frank Roberts 01 Key
University of Florida In 1831, her busbaod'i eonpany, For several Mrs. Tom Fenncll BurnedAs West yesterday, the Leader' '
months pvt Kosel had been HOUSE PERMIT learned that the proposal teemed
and was.employed at the First ; Clothing Takes Fire
National Bank ef Homestead and. living In tax boles", accordingto 1 Indefinite as to whether Monroe
later, at the Flrsj,..Nauoiud Bankof > the menage received. Mrs, Tom Fennel was burned Geo. N. Wakefleld, partner In would be required to pay total
Miami. Mrs. KOHl and their children painfully Monday when her the South Dade Quick Freezing coats, with the food department
In tribute to''Capt. Kopp" the Margaret and Richard are making clothing became ignited from an I Pant, appearled before the city furnishing only men and machines
;flag above the local bank la ,at their home'with Mrs. KoseTs open fire at her home Orchid council" Monday night In regardto or whether the county
half-mast this week. mother, Mrs, Charles Behrena of Jungle and Mr. Fennell'i I obtaining I location for I would be assessed only costsabove
Princeton. were burned In helping h.rld'i i laughter house, which he sold a designated estimate of
8000.
Kit Lions tinguish the flames. i I fa a necessary adjunct to the
Carson Tells I
Mr Roberta
I Mn. Fennell Is receiving treat Aid that action of
About Aims of C. of C. County City Fire Units ment at James Archer Smith I I for plantThe consideration matter to was the deferred next the commission on the proposal
; Fight Scattered BlazesA J Hospital. meeting; ._ would be deferred until the state
Kit Carson .manager. o( the road department clarifies the
Redland District Chamber,, of woods 'fire threatening a provisions.The .
Commerce talked on the potentialities dozen residences in the vicinity Redland Center Nursery Now 90-mile llmestone-rockett
Open
of the 'W niuUoa'at'l of Caves ave. and Palm ave. at Dade County stretch of the Cape
the meeUn,'Tvllda)' night of the' Florida City was brought under For Children of Working MothersThe Sable road la already passable,
Redland District: Uonk Club. control Friday of last week after but It Is estimated that the cost
A moving picture, "The*Story six hours of battling by the Dade of putting the glades marl strip
Of Steel", was shown. County fire unit and the Home. Redland Center Day Nursery workers housed by the centee. la Monroe County Into condition
Leon Milliard was .Inducted as stead fire department. I for children of working which la operated by the War will be 11,500 a mile
i new member, Another woods 'In In Florida mothers Is now in operation under I Food Administration, It Is open The proposal of the road department '
City Saturday was extinguishedby the direction of Mrs. FanilteDaviea also to children of all working is seen M the direct
FLORIDA:CITT GETS Boa the combined effsrU ef both : of NI\I mothers In the community until result of steps Initiated by the
On Dee. U Florida Motor Lines department. { York and Atlanta. I maximum enrollment limits city of Homestead and endorsed
began running one bus'a day to "The county unit responded to Mrs Davies.au: experienced .".. are reached. Mothers are Invited b y local civic elubs. The road la
Florida City; at S a. m. Prior to en alarm Sunday night at Goulds gory school worker, is assisted to register and enter their children important aa the only outlet of
this FloridaCity resldente .were and fought a woods fire! 'tor turn by Mn. A. Scbettl of Wlaconste Immediately: rich fishing and farming sec.
forced to come to Homestead to"e hours before. bringing It under who has had similar training. Due to new state rulings there Lion which produce more than
the..bus. control. For two dollars a weak:* children win be a delay In the establishment ten million pounds of fish an
of the Redland Farm- Labor of the planned basket nursery nually. The area also la a sport
" Safety Council Work to Prevent Supply Center north of Mrs. Davies ...Id.Casualty. man's paradise ,,
I Homestead on the federal highway "

" 197 Deaths in Dade County in 1945 to 7, p.receive,m. dally care except'from 7.Sunday a. m., Local Group Reorganizes ::11!

with two meal and mid-mom
with,the prospect of 187 deaths -To further the lCI: dent-Nduc- tag and afternoon snacks pro As Committee for Disaster Relief : :

a4'! MO. permanent disabilities icg pr put _planned by the vided. During the day the children ,
.MM-accidents' IB DWe :County aafety council Chairman Bird are directed la varied hand- The Homestead Casualty Station Irou. Mrs.; Skill II captain; Mrs.
said, lit of other member of torso and recreational activities I disbanded at a meeting *. Cauaens. ffcftpl'ln!. Mla
.wine Jill coming' year--en erti- the council: Will be glad to tell and after lunch there la a two- Wednesday night and reorganised tf Iron secretary said Mrs.
based ce record ef 'the social er civic dubs or other orcanixattonf hour rest period 'The age bracket aa a disaster relief committee to T T. Bowen treasurer
.,gas....the safety 7044"d and groups of the ap. of the children cared for is i function ,with the American: :Red Under the direction of Mrs.: T.
; a personal one to every parting county accident problem. Iron two to six yean Inclusive Cross, announces Mrs Frank ,L. a:. Kirby,' the group war continueto
tl.:and' organization in The sates council met Friday Twelve children have been .nroHed. Skill. man the local venereal disease
area,fteaten B. ..nt.i'; "- !JHatnl with. the Cwmefl of Se- .r "While' the nursery la' ..- Former ofUeera of the casualty clinic Medical Puphave been'
I tie Dade County Safety Coon4 riatl" Agencies to ?make further forth station win serve In similar ea- donated to the halo by the for
.JtI. .-. i"-.... ."... plan for. the safety. drive., ,41 I ...primarily"at"l jam Pam,,", with .the dusts. relle'east OJUMaMjr sUUney, J.me .

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'' Pare_Two_ HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE December 194f
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.. .,. I Bill Dickinson Receives WOLFE IV ROCKET BATTERY Immediately after pearl lUrlJ;
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( Pfc. Sigmund Wolfe, US11C His brother Pfc. Gilbert WallIs
; Air Crewman'sWm. 'W'np son of Mr. and Mrs. Al WOII'I I a radio technician with i ti

OUR SERVICE MEN AND WOMEN P. (Bill Dickinson, petty-of Homestead. I* stationed now,,army air forces in British

Officer -. USNH, finished operational -,I at Camp Pendleton, CaL, with aa aaa . i
training a* aerial radio, artillery rocket battery Pvt.!!
. ,. ;a;."' '' .JI.. vcrator-gunner and was presented Wolfe served in the Pacific asa Petty Officer Jack Fletchar>
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with air crewman's wings, radio man and was returned beta assigned to shore dutyjnPort
in exercises Dec. 9 al Cecil Field' to the Un:ted States for I Pierce after participating*)
Chas. J. Fay Sends Home Jap "Pesos"As Jacksonville. ,"",' ment at the naval 'treat-1 I the Normandy invtilmi. 11., |-
Bill arrived home yesterday So|San- Piego where h* eon of Mr'and MnuiJoaJJ.
Souvenir of Philippine Assault spend, a seven-day leave wiJi;: tyt more,than year. He enlisted. netcher. .: -.,- -14 MTexaco

his parents, Mr. and Mr. 3. U,
[ I' Cites J. Fay. boatswain's mate to- be a typhoon over here but I Dickinson, and win report Dec
I-c. stationed MW in the Philippines I'd call It a mild hurricane The It at Sea Diego, Cal. for advanced :
with the Seabeea.Mr. wind] blew steadily for 19 hours, train'ng oo a navy dive -
Fay hit been oversea for andJt was pretty rugged with, bomber i
. .M. It month and "every moye takes the raID end mud . . .Barbecue:; :
H me ftrtber from home." he wrote . i j Sam Biondo. ASTRP cadet at .

recently Eileen to, who Mi wife are making and daughter their" Army Clerical School Davidson (N. C.) College, Is lei . AiR" EDWARD D. CARTCtt Stir. \ \I
the anrjr hospital there aa the
.I. home here. Mr. Fay has served Graduates Bob Glenn, Jr. result of injuries received la a I
h at BoagalnvUl Valla la' Veil, 4
Guadalcanal and Prt Robert W Glenn, Jr.. ha, beakettelt game. Sam son II Air 4'
OUtpOSt other Pacific* been graduated 'from tne" arm!and Mrs. Philip Biondo' of Home \r v Regular.Meals .,',

In loss most recent letter lie armored school' Clerical ,.department -j stead underwent an appendectomy < I, >> I .
Fort Knox j there early In September.
it at'
sent horn two Japanese ten-peso Short Orders "
note tot *ouvenlr He told ol The clerical department trains'armoraider !I
going through "what U supposed soldiers to keep milItary -f Homer Byrum, ASTRP cadet 4"
records, writ military correspondence -:, will leave Saturday for enroll . Cold Drinks '.
' and handle pay rolls,j ment at the Alamana Polytechnic J 'I
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:Aerial Gunner's Wing To be enrolled tot the course, Institute In Auburn after spend .Jto
4 the student be able la ing week' leave with his
Won by Randolph Caves must type' a parent '
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i I *t least 10 words a minute and *, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Byrum. KINDS' OF' SANDWICHES
.\\j Pot Randolph Cave recentlywas after graduation he is ,bent back j Homer Had been In school: under 1,' : "
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.{ graduated a* aa aerial gunner to Ms unit to becomea 0Ta.technical Ispecialist the government program at Davidson TO TAKE OUT. '
College N. C. Albert Byron
tt Tyndan Meld Fla. Hit .
seaman 2- stationed at
wile tile former Mia Dottie -
I,! Hone; 'and their dauchter Phyllis Petty Officer J-cTWUi: t DavIs Port Lauderdale, also spent a -.. .. .--. .,.., .
'make their borne here. Pvt baa been transferred from liberty at Jtorae'thl week. X. Mr+ase Ave. At Fourth SITC
< Cam lea ion of Mr. and Mr*. shore patrol duty in Mfcml to ; . .... '
: Chat. 1. Cave of Homestead. California for embarkattoti oversea Word has been received that t
,I *. Mrs. Davis and thejr children Paul Neil ha returned to WashIngton t' i;;
Capt Edwin Lawrence, son of will continue to male their! after two yean m the 1

i Mr. and Mn. E. U Lawrence, U home.;,here. I Aleutian / .;Z.,.C"J' t
r st a ti en ed DOw 1m x tw Gunn-. .
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; LL lames W. Hathaway, USA _. .
I* on leave at the home of h', j '"C'.
i parent Mr. and Mr*, frank O. Please void :
u1 t iieeessary.travel..et
Hathaway of Could. *LL Hathaway .
baa been on duty for "the
Canal Past 21 Zone.month in the Panama I i-J

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LL Henry Olson. aoo. of Mr*. .. I' I ... :. ..'t 1_'
Mary T. furry, I* navigator on I '.. '
the lead ship of a B-M aquad- t . .. .. .
.HELP ,
i ron M the lumpiest. theatre.-Lt .JI1AME..IQY. C.
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Dixon recently celebrated >his
;, Hat birthday while on ,leave la

Loadoa. . GET HOME. -FOR

LL Harvey Rue elder son of
Mr. and Mn. Frank B. Hue, on
Dec. 10 will complete.the offi
eels special bade course In field (1ch AAkj5tM
artillery at Fort Sill Okla. and I"
will be transferred back to fort
Knox, Ky.Norman,
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Ernst aviation ma- w
chlnlaft mate, has returned to t Home for Quistmasl How much it means

Philadelphia after spending athreeday .,. to those in the service and their families.
leave here with his,
parent Mr. and Mr*. U W.1 Thousands of men and women in uniform
Ernst Norman ha just completed .
are looking forward to spending a pore
advanced training in the cane -
t pault and arresting gear cbool . Lion of the Holidays at home. But to accommodate .,
and I* reporting for alignment !. them will take practically all of the' '
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space on regular trains from a week before
Matthew Q. Lowe of the U. S. r
Merchant Marine, visited wits ,+ Christmas until a week after New Year..

friend here last week before Everyone who travels unnecessarily during
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shipping to. again.
. .. this period will make it more difficult.. _. ..

Air-Cadet John Brown Jr. hi for service men and women .reach. their

taking primary training at family firesides. Travel space' now definitely
aha.. Okla He U the ton Chkk-I
limited. Extra railroad for-
equipment.
and Mr*. John M.
Naranja. of'1 I merly available to meet the heavy demands: !
I +r..: ;'Of holiday traffic;'must continue to serve the )
Pvt Klniey witt&, formerly of iNaranja. needs of war. '
visited recently with his .
brother and alder Herman Watts i' So before you plan a holiday trip stair "
and Mr*. R A. Aman. -yourself whether it is
really essential? Will
to tank stationed division with at Fort an it prevent some boy in uniform from getting1! .

. Pvwatta'' a coach seat or Pullman berth? Your ,itay-: ,

Roland Harris ... c );brio horde Will male: it easerbor, Mato..set's;:, .
turned Wednesday to ... ;reservations and travel in greater comfortiS .
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Lake Naval Training. Center after : .
spending leave here w'th .
,M* mother' Mrs. Vaanie Lee, .. . .. : t.. "j
Harris. Roland recently completed

boot training" at Great Lake '

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For :termite extermination t tI'tt ,
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I On December 14, 'at 3:00 o'clockIf" because it climaxes 25 years of development, planning,

In the afternoon, the men and women of and teamwork of a great organization. The cooperative ?

, Humble Oil &; Refining Company will pause in their work effort of Humble employees has Lrought about a uniform

i k"" to commemorate, In appropriate ceremony, a feat progress-in all phases the Company's operations which
ii unparalleled in the petroleum industry The production of has enabled them to establish remarkable records in

i ONE BILLION GALLONS of finished 100-octane aviation finding, producing,,transporting! and refining petroleum

!!: gasoline at the Baytown refinery. during a critical period in the history of our nation.

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Page Four HOMESTEAD LEADEn ,t1Jf F.N1EnPRt December 8,1944l ,

Or something equally banal, at verses from the Scripture grammar school in the la t war. eight yean of grade:school; with.a '.
HOMESTEAD LEADER least Incidentally this chaplain Ih this war 114.per tent cf our! percentage of .rtfcj'i !Ms war
;' i That some earlier: shopper ha.1, chose to stay on the mountain fighter tad completed four years a* against 85.1 gee cent in the
.<'. I AND ENTERPRISE missed. with both our Wounded and some pf sigh school in.contrast with last war.The .';\f
I r..M la till Only the ma.l'ti' has been set up.I wounded German we bad taken. i only 1.5 per cent ot the soldier .
' Unless we ,.\, to the ruling H. was taken prisoner the night I la the previous war. j new maid presented her
} .; plUbM frU.rt Hi ..-..<. rW, Banning tilt calling of "Christ we left our mountain position and I The two largest group In both reference to her -employer It'
at *. SOT* Mi rMMik C..we. roes gUf cut our way back to our lines wan Included those who bad read: "Mis So-and-so ha an ex*
J.{ ( (You know aU of this Is foolIng -, through nine sails of enemy-held completed no more than five to cellent appetite and sleep well*.!
am Aftsmr"066" ). territory. Everyone mines this
{ sod ArausxCRea- Th whoa and the wbere, th-. chaplain Hd ho we. and U, one i ,I <...... -
t cost and such (of the sources of Inspiration that ..
) yAUMf w MIWV la Christmas cane grits has n-.,,led our regiment through Foun-I
'i, : SUIT n rnuuELL_ eM arc part; I douk and subsequent actions" THE FARM HOUSERESTAURANT
Christmas y meixljri i
t; ._moM UTD Caroling oat4jfraa.n tile '-11 raraffici ol soldiers engaged in .
.(', ass.c..ea a MO% ass.s e Tit eporation la ..the PUlUppine* will I (
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I e.el.e.t i P. that bare been delayed for *.-|
! following I* hi a letter received na tty reason during the period Ilea Feeds, Steaks Chops Chicken. AH yaauie* baked .npremises. ,
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.i ,' w.,.,......,,a'Ii tern 1SJS.J amidst. do am .. chief of chaplain and i* an abstract Islands. Some 400.000 letter ands i: all meal Serving only heme-trowa or fresh:Vegetable! *.
from a soldiers letter a Isrg MEMber of parcel were
t "We ge t* church In-the Cold Impounded. This mall originated SANDWICHES AT ALL HOURS
tI Thoughts on Early a* yon know . Ono It poured, wild wadta new engaged fay
when-halfway through the arr- American Army operation in the'' Special Concessions to Dinner fartles .
h? j Shopping I ice*, but no nan left. Another:PMttpptne Some of the letters! th. ..... .114 .
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time in February, at ((KMW date a* (ar beck as last J ly. . ' .
. By AMI Rapier ntsyatrlck 1 raid Pats, church aerviae were. J. ScrvsM MM aM WMMM CerOeltr vW..fcMM. .-
I held ta another tnemer.We was I AmerkM .aoldier* In thb w : Breeknm from dip to 11 i M. :. .
1 Who set up Christmas Was ItJiooaeveltt under ; are better oducated than: those I
artillery fire, and a church '
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Of course, he can do moat any. 'boing -ajuttoeUMiatlue* Ma by the Untied States office .of -
; Thsnktglving,,,***nu 1 gassing a'aa.sge; .O'j jdJcat.
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1 Should.'bo enough for. on* foxhole. Median level of education of
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',. Wham | 4o on Chrurtmai oven several reset In rut rot high ...... whereas that!
,i <} That ruse ,my time for early mast then pas the-.a level was only tee sixth grade .J
} shopping. | best 01 te the next foxhol*.This
. )t I liked the hustle bustle and fun wo did, and the result seas an iav-
'J' And from store to store went mediate brightening of our ostleok. -
f 1 hopping.l : We :Didn't get to.chutth;
, i Hoping, somewhere, somehow I, the church,irtat Cold, wlndynsfinday. -
might find i j I cam to us.., In View >of tee ; ;
Things I had on my personallist what IsjT in store for us the next r G'x
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For News of Homestead and South:D de.Kcid; inset'more
mess will and bitter pianos, 'more ships, landing; .

er THE HOMESTEAD LEADER tIn I, .erat.nde.pplies.m sr.;./ 'p ry/i./ than in die invasion of

f 1 Dade County: 3 mo., 50c{ 6 mos, 75c; i'ylr, lM: ; ,ll-r Europe,. $e Jt' buy that rrtr $100 Bond right; now to help *
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.:::.:.. .Efittmber 8. 19<< .- HOMESTEAD .LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Paw P'ivaHumble' .

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II" 'Record of War Production,.Dec.. 14 I' I' .. .


Houston, Tex, Dec. 7-In a ,emphatUe how dependent modern !Nature. FavorstheSO.UTJJ
"' fitting ceremony at paytown. mobile arrnie and navies are ;
; Tex, employee: of Humble Oil en petroleum. ,
-- RefiningCo.. on Dee. 1' will Additional exhibit and motion -
Y Mrtlffiftlribrata a teat unparalleled picture w'U portray the Humble
j :. IDtbe petroleum industry--th* OD.I epcTationi and will verve !' ,
: production of one fclBon gallons to orient visitor before they JD. .
of finished 100 octane aviation ipect Special
'BJytpwn refinery
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gasoline the
eonvMy Bay- taunt VU1 the conducted throughthe
town .
refinery
refinery and It* associated
I This achievement climaxes a war flints from Dec 14 through r
Quarter of a century of research, Dec. 11.The .
planning and development by the entire program for the
.JJumblf organization, which in celebration j. being arranged toluch
thQt e s&9' *n has mad uniform ,.a manner that, employees
i. WW!*. operation pate a* much a* poMible:
The war production record of A"brdh medal commemorating v
the Humble comnanie In the the. event will be presentedto
three yean since. Pearl Harbor the 14 000 active employee,
i* aa amazing one, and the Dec and nor* than ,000 In the armed 00
14 celebration serves to spotlight force. |In a special book which
the c mi> 07"* leadership in all contain. Message from the eom-
of Its war operation and to pay panya Btaaagmoncnt expraeaingTpredation
tribute to it* J ,000 employees. for the contribution
-Here are some of the HumW*'* each employee has made toward
war cconipllihmenti: the establishment of war production
Attainment of the billion gallon record*. Another booklet
record in the manufacture of fin telling In picture and tory the
ished Jot octane gasoline ..I\lugs accompHdunenta: *f the several
fflwlovn-.tefinary the distinctionof department of the
2' being the tint and only Indl,will be malted to each COInpanlea.1
; vidual refinery to have produced Humble Oil *
! .r.. --KlA satsoir. I IBaytown completed.. Florid'* tint commercial '
--- Ordnance Works, the1.RV..tintplant ,producing oil well late In I
la the satins to met IMS. It la now drilling several .me me
I EI: '<:: tifactur tohien from petroleuan'B |'other-;:exploratory .well* la the Aux

',".:" fey: cbeatiea. synthesis, ha* supplied state and I* doing eonaiderahlegeopayikal F ffUrf", ...na.ta"riSouth art found, two decade The greater tadsfaction el
F the toluene fast leaat ova exploration work
K" out of every two bombs used by Tbe Humble Co.'* home office afl the essentials for good bring/ "' worker Hmounded by pleatant living curt-
f tt, the United; Nations liMe Peal i* In Houston, Tex. It produce ditioru
Harbor."*-For this achievement If oil In Texas, New.llfexko Loulal- Friendly people an equable climate, enterprising li reflected in higher! production.

S baa feceft:awarded the army-navy ana, Mississippi and Florida, and towns and eommutiltie offer The strew of war ha*not lessened theta
JB fv( >" mtLRurtlble U carrying: on exploration work
wrath whkL make life for tLoaeJtt bade advanUce In the
imp
: refineries have also In.Georgia and Alabama 1 na tetura to a peace-

'supplied very large quantities of 1 this favored area mtee t mere oiitencc time economy they win poeatM an added
gther aviation and military gas- '''" III , I'' I I I I ,'1 II" '
V oUna*. av'atlon-engine and heavy: "I 4 Thi opponunln for better and happier significance for those who an seeking the

duty; lubricating oils navy ipecUl ,. 11'I I Miltabk for ioduttrial
living ha been an irapomr* EI/CtVllIa the most location or t
fuel oil and 'other essential Se 'the New I I3.ROPE..w
I ;*; product. They are ,supplying f> ' South' extraordinary growth of the last agricultural expanaion.REDLAND .

I "!d:;..about befcg'nuiTMffactured:' one-sixth of .the from material, .,. rei 3d,
petrol o R4ilway:Norfol1 lot \"rrfnia..
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enm. ,Icr'Jhe..critical syntheticrubber "SAFm'S'V t V'
program. !
I Jumble' i* .prvducLng more .. .
eri+df.at.4han' any: Other torn.fPPirrtrr'the -V..."for i tgood little: '
,United State Oneurtt -' . :;1 .. ..j. 06
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seedod far.war .1 U,being produced I r -
by11.. WN&Ing-tto .Cal" fit ; J IL
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amouai to one barrel
n eve...... t of.the domestic, aupe Va: D. : Lyon ': .-\ 11 LV4/AY.
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ftif>CSnere oil than any other .
Homestead Florida
rkiw.tstem.jtf dally lead ol approximately .)
o TdO.oeo r barrel, amount -", Bar sere WAit 80"0"
to one in every seven barrel ofOt "IfI
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...:.r.-Nighligbt the.Dec. }4 *1"I i
ilsatlen! rill be the formal prectntatlon I .- -'--- -
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o! 100-oeUn aviation f a o- t
R line to i high ranking mlltary [
:official_by H.'C. Wle", Humble BRANDFERTILIZERS tt
75' .plgideAk la, addition Jo military
,e: 'ottletalt there will be in attend- t
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army and navy displays of war if"o .
equip-". each of wblch will .. :' :- ,' !,.H f1* *>f ' ,. .... : : -. j ,-
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Page SIx' HOMESTEAD LEADER ANDENT RPRISEI December &19441.

Little Brand Shepard aertouIjr *- eight pound eight '"punce eon, ral Whlteatde, botlTjof Iioltet 14,
: ': Injured her hand Thursday.I bona: Dec. 'I at' Jame' Archer and Mr. Fred Grll tier* bf t It
In and I Smith HoapltaL Medical patient were Mr*. Roy'!
GroundHomestead Mm._ Frank Stalling of Miami, '
1 Surreal patient this week I Evernon ft Redland CenteV a4,
I and her children were Thursday were Mn. John Bohrer and Bu- Mr*. Anita Hahn of MIami. t >V
guests of Mr*. Stalling' .
father, L. C. Aldrich ,T--p-r-
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spent "Thursday with her mother, I For
.- Mr* Charles Becker.

David J. Pets has returned Mr*. A. )(. Logan I* 1U at her. Mrs. Julia Wontrohikl of Tren- 'SURVEYS; PLATS, GROVE LAY-OUTS OR .
horn from a lix-week stay at residence on N. W. Fourth,at. ion, N. J, arrived Thursday to ,
} University Hospital in Coral Cable spend the winter her with her SUPERVISION OF CONSTRUCTION '
where be wa under treatment " Webster William returned OB grandson and his wife, CpL and
:" for a severe infection of Sunday to the University; of florid ' Mn. Frank Michalak
Jut right eye. Specialists lucceeded Gainesville after (pending , .
In caving the eye, till Tbankaglving holidays Mix returned'to Robert De Mlllo and children n See '.r. ', i:
Key Welt Saturday "
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with his "
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M--C.rth';; Mr after a two-week vliltMM. 1. '1' '
: Pvt and Clayton Dan William ', .
Field are parents of, an eight- II Wlllard William was '' J :
pound eight-ounce ton DanielClayton Cary Crantford will arrive Monday viiitor of her I'' Crawshaw Engineering Co.
; born Nov. 10,at Fort home from the ,university of Seaman t-c, Paul Decs of . -" ,., .I rtflitl'

Lauderdale HocpltaL Mn. Field, Chattanooga Dec. 15 ,to .ipend .N.N......................... "
the former Miss Melba Van Win. a two-week Christmas vacation J""s ARCH= smrrN .' :',n W. Flatler St. m ui'lri'J: 1O'Jkl
Ill* of'Homllle.d. I with his parent, the Revand HOSPITAL jmrs >;mt FU. '
making her II, '
home with her kelp-tether and Mr. L B. CraMford. ......... ........J .. 'f;' ...;. Phew' t-lt, .-.

a mother, Mr. and Mn Harry 1C. Mia Maurln*, Houston ,o(. Miami I' Mr. and Mn John Hopkins of ,. . '"I
Strader of Fort Lauderdale. ha been vliltlna, berf, with Homestead are parents of an I

I Mile Leola Shelley. __._
: } ,. Mn. Frank L. Mcllwaln underwent .
..: a major operation Thursday Milt Eleanor Murray, devgtt*
of at lames Archer Smith Ho- ter of Mr. and Mn. James M
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If PIULMr Murray, ha returned from Los
: d Angeles to her home In Prince-
: *. W J, Krome visited In ton. ..
Key Wilt last week with hersisterinlaw _
Rhynerd\;
',. Mr*. Clara Krome Mrs Julia De
Wlkon.Mn. Witt, Mich4 and Mn. MillieDavey '
of Grand Rapid have arrived
I 'I M. P. Wollam pent several Jn Homestead to ipend(he
1.t day in Key Will last week winter f I IMra.

t r with Mr. and Mr*. J. H, KurU. T. Aftdenon of Br n.'
r' ton spent last.week herewith
O.V.. Calkin 1* Ill of pneumonia
her
brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
". at his home on W. Palmdrive. .
and Mn. J, R. Byrum.

Raymond Bethune of Atlanta
!'I Mr. Henry Ruegg; will leave I II visiting his mother, Mn. Nettle
l' Dec 12 for New York City tot Crawford.

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I with friend
1f 1I0Jld.7.j FLORIDA CITY I i

critically.Mr*. W.ill J.M at university of Hospital 1- ._._._.__..m..By....._Warrtne.-.......u.Bevery........_......_ 11 II

In Coral Gable Mr. and Mr*. P. Natoll and ,
daughter, Mary Jan and Sharon
Mn. T. C. Shackleford has returned Ann of Oswego N. 'Y arrived -
from DeLand when the Saturday for. the winter.* FOR HIM : FOR ''HER 7i. t
visited her daughter, Miss Ann :
R Shackleford ...ho'la a freshman Mr*. L. E. Fonyth;; pent several -

at Stetson lTnlvenit,. last week.day with friend in Miami. A Hart Schaffner & Marx: Suit QUILTED ROBES L

CpL and Mr*. Jew Tlmmon From ,I39JI5 to .$49,-?5 ,'. : 1. $9.95 to $19.95
) Mn. Atwater of Miami f
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have SIZES 36 to 44
returned to Orlando after "
S .pending a three-week leave In pent several day with Mr. and Others at $6.95 :
Naranja with Mr*. Tlmmoni parent Mn Soy Chandler here recently. McGregor Leisure Ciaii: ,

*, Mr. and.0.-Mr*. A. O. TrIpp. ,Mr*. W. T. A. Robertson vtolt- Boys'...:-..................10.95 ,&. J1L95. i' LADIES' .BAGS
ed In Miami '
t relative several "
Mr. and Mr*. John Oamundion days last week. SIZES H to'lst $2.95 to $1455SWEATERS

'and son, Jimmy, who have been Men'a............................1055 to $14.95 . i
: visiting for several day with James Barger of Memphis arrived
Mr*. OImlindlOQ'l brotherinlawand Sunday to visit his brother SIZES St to '4' t. '
later. Dr. and Mr*. A. M. O. B. Barger. I
$3.95 to $7.95
I Logan moved on Tuesday backto Manhattan Dress Shirt* . ,
their old home In Forreit Mr. and Mn. Roy Chandler White and Coat Styles and Slipover t tI.
the Newest Patterns
Lake, I*. Th. Otmundion had have a* guests Lola ,Kanela, .
been making their home In MIamI Katharine Higgins, C. E. Vann, $2.75 to $3.50"Wemb .
where Mr. Oimundion wa Donald HanalU, Anthony Cano- BED JACKETS [ .
netta and Woodrow Wilson all .
aaaoclated with the American Red
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Croat of Miami. ley Cheney $2.50 to $5.95
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Stanley French, mm 1-e, 'and TIES Small .Medium Large ; _
The Key. Oeo. Lorton and his ;
Lester Baker. rm 1-e USN, were $1.00 $1.50 $2.00
daughter, Mr*. Ellen Fink. both i-
week-end visitors from Fort
of Tampa, are expected to arrive Pierce at the borne of Mr. and GOWN & ROBE SETS. f ]
today to visit Mr. and Mr*. Mr*. E. G" Mill. Mr. Mill returned HICKOK BELT SETS: $1355and $14.95"\-.ul, : .:
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Lorton
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from Flamingo :$2.00 and $2.50IN

Mia Martha. Cloee of Miamianent Mr. and Mr*. D. Grant and NICE GIFT BOX ,.
the week-end hen with children of Buffalo, N. Y are BEAUTIFUL JIANDKERCHtEES159c i

.her mother, Mr*. J:. J. Cloee. occupying the Ntlll, cottage 1\1 EN'S FELT HATS to $1.50 : ; ;

$5.00 $6.50 Children's lOe and 20t .'
$7.50 . I j
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MEN'S. DRESS' SHOES BATH ROOM .SETS. !

$5.00 to $8.85 $3.95 and $4.95 : I ".,

F-.1AR1K kN-OTHERd Blue', Yellow Rose and Qreen. f fTABLECLOTHS 1

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4AITAll OR TNEIFZA MEN'SSPORT: SHIRTS '

ft&Cf i4V JdiD6EMFNr $1.00 to $ .95 i
::_: SHORT AND LONG SLEEVES: ?193 to $4.95 :
o.r MEN OVF/t ,

f fN Yoi/Al /xs.eN9l 53 I1 INTERWOVEN SOX .. GUEST TOWELS 'a P'A, ,(I

ANI11'M1N' CDAS91Bft,4 2 pairs $1.25 59c 79c $1.00 .:

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THE MDlBU :r6 OF OUR SERVICE 'IS ,IMPORTANT
TO YOU AND TO 171 .
At the time e| the service the word that are sold about the
loved on* will have a deep and lasting meaning for you, but we DEPT. STORE" >:
.know tan year* of experience that the way the whole service wa ,
handled will be r'es sembe sal with even greater consolation or aor- .
rave Our refutation tar making this time of
one. ufactory memory :
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HEARING Lights Sought for',Base Tree Mrs. Kingman Describes Book of a Thousand Tongue1*.*. ':
ZENITH Hospital
; I 5-Sft W. B, Tanner tenor soloist ,"
Alaska '
I Experiences }In from Homestead field, will sing :
Additional
Christmas Gifts NeededStrings
f AID IS OFFERED )(n. Ralph Vt. Kingman spoke in arrangement of the Twenty
on..The Work ot the Church: in third Psalm .
of In downtown AUtka" at the meeting Tuesday I The church la II yean old this ;
= colored light are being made to display a -
I BYDKIE DRUG needed for decorating the Chrlat- store window gifts already of.the Redland District MlnUterUf w'* k,-reports Mr. dimming for
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ill mil tree forh.. patient In received. Association to the Silver I elgtcjreaY* congregation met
the Zenith radlonie hearing Homestead Army Air Field hot' The hospital Christmas tree Palm Church. She related amusing I In the Homestead school auditorium !
(a\l i li being offered In HomesttadMV pUll Mrs. Wm. J. Geronimo, will be decorated< on Dec 24 by Incidents of life there and and for the past ten year
e Dixie Drug cochatrmaq of the local camp membejs; to the American Legion told ot'the beginning and progress has occupied Its own building
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toum'to precision quality atan- hospital service committee. laid Auxiliary, which also win assist of Christian work babe at Krome ave and NW.. 18th St.Mr
the yeiterday Light mal be loaned Mrs. Adrian Jacob chairmanof territory.
dtrds! hearing aid is compete ,
with-"nftilXllc; tubes, cry- with name.attached, ao that they the camp and hospital com- Fun, beaded moccasins and *. John Julian Buys ;
ta microphone, magnetic ear. may be returned to the owner, mittee, and her Special committee other native articles were exhibited I Norman Bricker HomeThe '
ptyrae and batteries. he Mid. in distributing the gifts on by Mrs. Kingman, who spentseveral I
jt It also has tlngtr-Up volume Home-made or bakerymadefruit Christmas Eve. A musical program years In Alaska whenher Norman H. Brickner resIdence *
centred which adjusts reception cakes are sought by the committee : is being planned. husband 'Col Kingman U I on Bayview rd. has beenboughjt
S: A, retired was stationed by Mr. John Julianthrough ;
tr >m I whisper to full volumes for serving to service men
>|U \ flick ,0.1'f tinier.mj during at the Chclstnsas1iveek.More field Red Cross. ** canteen Mrs. Roy Osteen Dies there. I estate broker Mrs.' T.of Princeton.The E. Stedlg., real : ;;

In Daytona Hospital house ha IS bed room
Methodists Set Dec.. 24 Christmas gifts are needed Presbyterian to Mark I and three baths, and It la surrounded l'
!: For Christmas .Cantata for hospital patients, Mrs. Cerofiirao Mrs. Roy Osteen ot Holly Hill 'Universal Bible Sunday by a live-acre grove la ?
aald. Arrangements are Fla, formerly of Homestead died I boo tropical fruit
which there are "
R . J ; pdnce of Peace", will be pre ntI J. Humphries Beach hospital, friends here were observed in'the Homestead Presbyterian trees cados. :..fI
I by the senior choir -of the 1-- DiesI I notified yesterday by .In. Gary Church Sunday morn.Ing
Erifit Methodist Church of Home. Home In Okeechobce Holdrum of Homestead, sister of when the1' Rev Bruce A. Clam-I I READ THE WANT-ADS
[.ltSTt It'B o'clock Sunday eve- Mrs. Oiteen who was at her bedside ming, UI."plltol', wilt ill.
Frederick D. Humphries, SI,a .
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I [ y Irving J Lyionl died Nov 30 at his home In Ok- :
choir leader William Harley Osteen, son of ;r- r
I eechobee City Funeral services Mr, and Mrs. Osteen. was killedIn
I were hele!. Sunday In a Miami a hunting accident at Holly .\ ,
[Andrew Benson Captain funeral home and Masonic rites I Hill The Ottoens made their \"
. Qf:JtedlanflDojs'<< PatrolI' were conducted at the gravesidein home here for a number of years
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and were well known In the
drew.\ Benson hit been Humphries, a thirty-second degree area.
aftM' opUfn of the Redland Mason, war si memberof a a
o cWbdKjafetjF; 'patrol.UeuttMntiare Mahl Shrine Temple of Miami. CARD OF THANKSWe F K-TT
Throat Core He leave: his wife Mrs Alice wish to thank our many
I'[and Leland Yelvlngton and patrolmen Humphries, three daughters, the Mends for their expressions of
| are Paul King, Ray Riv- Misses Martha, Ruth and Flora- sympathy In the loss of our loved u I.
era. Dale*Sprankle, Carl BaxleytClirtoU > belle Humphries of Okeechobee one,
WUJtams. Luke Ben- City, hit mother, Mr*. Sarah MRS J. H. HANCOCK i
101harllff.. ....;Johnson, Richard Humphries. of Lakeland: and two MR. AJD MRS. ALBERT rI'
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liE MRS. CARRIE HcCULLOUGH, THOS. K. POST, HILDA DOD80M IS NAMED HOMESTEAD' PUPILS TO GIVE *>R tta 1!
I TO CUB CUB AT .. & C, W.
}? REDLAND PIONEERS, UNITED IN MARRIAGE t OF DANCES AND 'SONGS .DEC..:Wltf. GYJ
:Mlas Hilda Dodsonls a member
J Mr*. Carrie MeCulIough and January Mn Frank.W SUDmtn of the Women's Glee Club of I Mia Marie I Banal.,. physical era, Johnnie! Lod BrrW'and AI
ThomM K. Port, both pioneer Mra. Wm. H. Turner, Mra L R the Florida State College for education Instructor at Homestead rill Gaskln, nd'puplU'Trom U
1 \ lUdland resident, were united Iatit I TUdale;, Mrs X. a Byarm Jr Women and appeared in a special school, will present her pupils In first through"the nftiUt grad
marriage en Tuesday Nov 24 Mrs Brown ROM, Mrs. Chas O Thanksgiving Day program which a prorIIlof poem 'and. songs wilt take parr M the group
t .t by a clerk in the Miami office Turner. Mra Job Mink Mrs was open to the public. at 8 p. nt Tuesday, Dec 12. In dance. .... :; soniand
'-II, el County Judge w. T Blantoa.Mri i Sam Bore Mrs. K. A. Carter, Miss Dodson la a daughter of the Homestead /school gymnasium. Accompanists }Mali!'b*,"Mrs. Di
Port pent moat of kerr i Miss Estelle Tuner Mir Matilda i Mr. and Mn J a Dodson of There will be no admission vid Gasklns; 'Mn.' Ivfi"" foseMM
+ life In Oklahoma but came her* Engensperger and Miss Teams Homestead and a graduate of. charge Ruth Rutland had'MlUs
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came from Hwnpatead, Long

}ti Island lira. U., with L .Martin his mother both ,of the wham late MRS. LLOYD DEITZj; MADE,WORTJIY MATRON I LOCAL.LEGION AND AUXILIARY&.libi'D

homesteaded la Redland la 1902. OF AD ASTRA CHAPTER OF ,EASTERN STAR: : : ANNUAL CHRISTMAS PARTY' ON1!:,DEC. c 1',
Mr. and Mrs Post are making" nu
their home at Mrs. Poet's grove Mr*. Uoyd Deltx was electedworthy Mra. Zola Reeves McKwea waa "' anneal Christina party of stead Army ''AIT I'Wia'' Btaplta
fi home on Coconut Palm dr.where Matron and Ralph Moon, Intuited Into the chapter American Itegion and the Legfon The Auidlism'NheC.WMiiegdaevening
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the bride win, be given.a shower worth*patron, of Ad Atr Chapter Officer will be installed IB-. A,&xiUari XH be heM * -! ta the'ISO;clubhouse t
i this afternoon by Mra Marto of Jt'h. Order of the Eastern a public meeting to be held atI It U liegiunIfaL-when: a covered pita for Cfcrletmai'Wlvitiea.; At
Lope and Mn Joe. W. Low. Star at the regular meeting ,frl- p. m, Saturday Dec 16,>.the, dish supper will be served. Members teeIdiPI--.hWas..1. Geron
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Refreshment will be served on day evening. I !; LOOT lIaJ1.'I I 'art asked taf.bring two gifts, toot Mrs. tit .A Kwfcfc. Mr
hsnd-painted china,, |he work, Other officer elected(t,were: one for inmates of the. tripped Joel J Roblaeie.'TiV/ *.' ,Ota V.
Mn Martin when the hall a 0'1 Mr*. Fred Saber, associate 'ma- Mr. and Mrf: Casper Williams' children's hospital at Thnatilla Turner, Jr. Mr.1 Frank i' io In New York City Iron, Dr. R. 1. Elliott, annum late entertained at. Thanksgiving dines and one for patlehts ta'-Home- nd Miss'Rutlt Fox.J 'T
; The guest list includes Mrs patron, Mrs. t J. Dyal, .Nov. JO Mr and Mn Dan'
Ceo W. Turner Mils. W... Crow, taw; Mr. C. J. Luke associate Williams Mrs E. J Graham Mrs. :, .J. ."t
; Mrs a J Armstrong, Uri Writs ANNIE MAYHEW 1.
conductress, Mr*. Anna Carter Fred I. Fuchs Jr., Mn Elewjot, FITZPATRICKJBedlM
.(. i Jackson Mrs. Benjamin Mr. GrunweO.C. Ben 1'1 Mrs._KSpadare secretary; and **". Imesf: FTn-; Blythe of Boston Miss: ;.Letiora : "a oad belweea .Avocado ud ttacVyi''fcl ?$*f
, elk treasurer.MERRY 'V' Williams, C. A. Williams, \ IVeb
Mr. Fats Rutake. Mr*. and O ntt IOTU
: W. a amt, Mm David Kutddt. 1i star and Charles Winiamaj Dick Pianoforte and Theory'r..irr+ WtBKXY BIBTHDATMABBXD Bud Haywood and Pvt. I.
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PARTIES Air ]'Jtytopbotie :IJ>Plasolocatdlaa"I
BT TUBER of Homestead Army .
I Hughes
{ t "Mahan Mra. Harry Jteel). Mrs. Field. I , a' ,,',.>: 1 '
M A. Baker, Mrs. O. A. Halnllav Three parties Tuesday markedthe j
Mrs. Carleton Singleton, Mrs. ninth birthdayanniversary ol -
; Tom Stark.,Mrs Geo. E. Deuel Henry Weber ton of Col. and \j f'
t Mrs Elbert Reed, Mra Fulton Mrs.. Frederick ft. Weber ,. -
Sage, Mra Wm Porte, Mri. Wm. Henry entertained Ida 40 fourth -
McCullough Mrs. W", Levy, Mn grade Classmate with a party
Baron Smith, Mn Herman Helnleln. In the Redland school cafeteria
J Mrs. A, O Raab. Mrs. F WKoiel. I where a huge birthday cake was
Mn M K Hun, Mn: served with Ice cream.
Fred Brengel, Mr. Hugh Anderson On Tuesday afternoon, Mr*. W
Mrs. Douglas Killingiworth, I L Gaby entertained the Weber
i Mn Wm Bradley Mra. Jess family at a party for Henry, and A GIFT TO REME31BER
Eoper Mn. John Roarer. Mn that evening the Immediate family -
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4 A. M. Vivian, Mr*. Geo W. Turner I. : celebrated hU birthday- anniversary -
', Jr., Mr*. Carl Hobson, MnJo I at home.Customarily .
Madeira, Mrs N Corell, Mn Henry and Ms
Ceo. W. Kosei, Jr. Mn Charles father, whose birthday-U D<<. 1. Diamonds
Behrens, Mrs R. H Fitapttrlck.Mn. have a joint celebratlocJbul Col
E. R Goldberg Mrs A. W. Weber Is now In the Philippine

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December 8, 1944 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Pate Nine i:

MRS. JOEL J. ROBINSON IS RE-ELECTED Mr. and Un H H Grahamwere j:
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LEADER OF SOUTH DADE GARDEN CLUB Mr and Mrs a... W. Moody,
l Social Exeilts".4PARTYAND Mr Carl Wallace II.... X. J j
r I Mrs: Joel 3. Robinson was 'rt-f Smith In serving sandwiches, feof-: Graham Patricia Richardson and
elected president of the south :too and cake..White chrjnamheni. O. ,.. Woriey.
Dade Garden Club it the initialmeeting i ama and scarlet poinsettias were :.....-
of the season held Monday used $decoration. Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
, afternoon ..ttha Robinson I Present were Mrs. Charles and !Irs John M. Brown of Na-
DANCE AT BEACH HONORS : bom*. Pratt Mrs. Petersen )Ira. Be* ranja were Mr. and Mrs Walter
t Pf 0, MONROE LOSNER. DR. IRVING LOSNER: Others re-elected were: Mn. I Younf. Mrs. McCready: Mrs. Peterson of Could and them
( Ernest Francis lint vfc -pre..- Francis Mn Smith and the hostess AMMO Mane and Mr*. Ida Etchanberger -

'w Ja honor .of their sons. Pft Present .Homestead were: dent.secretary-treasurer and Mrs Chris.....Petenen.. JamesMcCready i . of Naranja.
Monro* ,l. II&Ier.d Dr. Irvine Vr and Mrs. 'W i Rhenty, Mr :
alerted second
tomer, Mf.and Mn. Mix Loaner and Mrs. Andy Terburg, Mr. and was
'.41f Homestead entertained 130IWguests I I I Mrs Howard L. Johnson, Mr and vice-president.Mn Robinson WM assisted. by
at a party and dinner* -Irs Cecil Robertson Mr and her ...... Grace McL.RCDLAND .
mother
.done* Sunday afternoon and *voting Mrs, W. a Woods, Capt. and '..' .
L ..t the Terrace Restaurant Mrs S MOfort. IX and Mrs. C . Announcement .
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in MUml. Beach pfc Lower recently E. Friedman Mr and Mn. Her- .
',. returned from Jt montht man Marks, Mr and Mrs. B L, I '
,of .ovenaat-duty, and Dr. Loaner Lett Mr. end Mrs Wm.. J. Ge-- Starting Dec. 4, appointment :
"of, (be army air corps medical onimo, Mr. and Mrs. Paul tOi.I -
i eerving' an inlem.. .? ner. Mrs. J. H Webster Mrs. will be taken for evening Ifl'I "
'st ;Jackson) Memorial-Hospital In I Wm. C, Payne, Mn Wm. Mitchell I
Miami. and Miss Helen Norman. CAPE let and the salon will be open

six days a week. Our staff .
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Spedtliibt In ',
.OF'B PTIST BUSINESS WOMEN'S GROUPMrs. !I. includes four experienced .

MnyWm, McConnell was electdiJaader . Sarah'Bemeeker and Miss Southern CookingCHIUUJf ', operator: Ruth Larson a

,of the'Business Worn- Myrtle Moon were received at "
tcn. '* Ctwie-1If.tht.w.. II; Uref new memben of'tht-group.; Visitors astd, MaYit. Watts, i

:the Fir II' Baptist Church'Mon-ofHom"terApatthismeeting > were trma'HaIL Mn, J..Tom'Vann ,badMrs. STEAK DINXnSSUtTEO a ,tJo1i4 . ..Irene McVay and .
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dy.night at'tbe- home of Mn.Kute "The circle will bald i i mission ON SCNBAT., I/ -. : '.

..3.'"I .; ,pUMr officers elected study class Monday evening at uGOLAa IdALI .. .' Alice' Sherard -
"'wereMr: 3..1t. Dorsey fecre the homt.of .Mrs.,'U B: Crant- . :" ,: .,
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', ; Mrl 'O C. Radford' membership FOR CnRISTMAS-tiive her one rITa
chairman; Mi*. Carl OPEN ivnt DAY II. ,'. '
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;t.B1l4l.quam chairman; and
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1 Mn. Kulp. social chairman. Evening Appointments Al ; our 'giti lipsticks in metal container.McCrory ,
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The Calendar Alice Beauty Salon in Me- Prop. ''1.1, ,,
Crory Arce.deno loivget observesthe
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Music Club with Mrs. J. W Eng- appointments are taken for evening Alica's Salon
I service Mn R. E. Sherard Beauty .i
ir d7 meeting of Bus the proprietor announces.
\ fonftn'i; Circle with Mrs.CrOttord I The staff consists of four ex-
; perienced operators, Mrs, Sher Dr. Leonard W. Haskin
ard, Mn: Irene McVcy., Mn Phone .269 Arcade
*'it.Kneeling of Homestead f-l.ll.lnl ta Inrillliw g..daNMw. tn
:l H me Demonstration: Club Ruth lyson and Miss Mavii .Ml B_lrln. .( oH'atbamr,
pea, IS-Meet:jig of Junior Mu Watts. The chop specializes in GLASSESIU .
: 'CI b'at home of TallulahWebbs all types of permanent waving. I '1'11" ,
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Cwlw.ty: Air CwdltwdI .
..De4 -Chnstmas party of lipstick to metal containers, an iAe._ 1'_ (
tjedlaad' None Demonstration offered tor sale

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for ds-S each.t pound. ofrough in the latest designs, Ensembles: ,: ,., silk -brocaded and -.'
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Baptist -Churdv of Homeatead /
f ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTS I Circlet Two and Three met At Homestead School Carnival FrldAt'Jenny
I' with Urs J. Tom Vann. Thosepresent
Weft: Mrs. James C.
1J'; REDLAND NEIGHBORHOOD CLUB TO GIVEANNUAL Vann, Mra. T. C. Stifert, Mrs.Frank Hardy. Homestead High Amen, runner-up., Alma feree: ,
I N. Irwin Mrs. W. D. School senior, was crowned Wlnona Williams, Katie PwibU.
CHRISTMAS PARTY ON DEC. 27 Horne, M.... J. 11. Pope Mrs. McKinley queen of the achool carnival Winifred Denser, Anna '0---Horn" '
5 Hardee Mrs. Wayne Adams held last Friday Bight, and was and Louise. William .
, The annual Christmas party of Minot pit and coffee-wete aerved Mrs Vann and Mrs. Crsnt- presented With a silver loving JIthe nueWa retinue were
In contest Mn.I ladiesrln-walUn chotwa,trwn to
the Redland Neighborhood Club Winner were ford. cup "" : *
covered dial for Sam i. IMvia, Ma. Van Harris lira R.E. Edwards was hostess Compacts were given to the lustier and senior Eliiraae I:ami
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Will a supper Mrs W. K Gaby. Min Lane and' to Circle Four. Those presentwere other contestants, who becalM flower girl from -the seventh
club member and their familiesto Billy and Henry Weber. I : Mn Cordon Ivey, Mrs C. the queen's maid of honor Doris and eighth grades
be held at 0 o'clock Wadnes. Present were )Ira. C. E. John- E. Off car M.... T. D. Plche. Mrs. .. ,
,I I day evening, Dec. 27, at the homeof ion Mr*. Frederick K. Weber,' Katherine Pickard, Mrs C. 1. : k
.. Mr. and Mm, Ceo P. Wright, Mr*, Fred Cham Mn. Davis i Jones, Mm S. U West, Mrs How '1"- .','
MIA Ralph Klngman was hoi- Mrt Wright Mm. O by. Mn I
ten to the croup Wednesday' Harris Mra Klngmnn, Mid Lane.I Austin i IFYOUNEED.. . ,'
/ her home, Together. White and Margaret Wright, Margaret Caby : Mrs..Edwards '
1 orange gladioli and Christmas' i and Katherine Anne, Billy and I i .: ; : > \, .' .;

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; FIIOWER' IS GIVEN I Perkins: Mn Ray Oooaing.|:l lMrs. '' .: ., ..
1 i FOR TWIN INFANT Inca Odum, Mrs Edith Tara- Plans for I' "White Chrl t':1Ia1" WELDING :,; ;
t : a M,,, Naomi Oano was hostess blyn, Missed Genevieve and Beatrice service to be given on Chris mll' .
,.t i I II hv shower honoring C.- I Cline, Mal Jeredean Tam- "Eve at the r nt Baptist Church I.' "
cilia and Leila Itohrer, infant blyn, Curtis Ooodlng and Rita, of Hitfrieitend were made by the i "-. LUBRICATION, ; '
'i : twi Its. '1 mhtfi'i' of Mr and MIA Joyce. Linda, Robert and Edwin' teachers and officers of the Sunday I .
Hr.j Bihnr, Thurtday bight Rohrer, .', school Tuesday evening at ,:, .i : (':
of lust week at the Free Meth- I meeting in the church ,"
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odlut parsonage In Florida City. MRS. CKAMTORD LEADS were made for holding '# "I"' .
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Ice cream and cake were 'MISSION STUDY COURSE %l ,a Mans 'ng course Jan. 8- or OIL ;
I : served. On Nov. 30 Mn L. B. Grant-11 i1 lor engaging Dr. W. W.1V.il1lan .
I Quell other than Mr. and MnKohrer ford conducted the foreign.mitalon of Jacksonville and his '. ro."r: ;;, .>*ii."
: % were: Mr. and Mri James atudy of the book 'tRee;J f rps workers to' conduct an Headed for "' *' .
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r : Green, Mn Augustus Myer Mri j Ye". for Circle Two, Three'<'dill enlargement campaign in April. ,'.e' ,:,

"( i ._u t j the jTwenty-flve> business.. meeting worker and attended enjoyecjrravered : ...'. ..,. ', '". ".I' '",.' ; ::'

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t Rnrjrreens Visit Indian Campbell Dr. &U. S. No. 1 .': : I

1 Camp Near Everglades --. -..
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Dr and Mn A. L. Burgreenof Ir r
; t AI St. John's Episcopal Churchon : i
Sunday afternoon visited I ii
the Seminole Indian headquarters ,i
of Deaconess Harriet BedellIn
the vicinity of Everglade City
brt urgreen baptised two chll-
dien at Marco. Dr. and Mn
green and their party Zella
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Robert Earl Burgreen and
orton'' Wakefield, visited Indian
I lllagea and a negro school
sponsored by the deaconess
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i .1 Why telephone equipment 1 fh'e: Girl Scouts had a meeting u

!iTUeaday. Joyce Walker served re-
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Is scarce at /tome')l fryshments W* planned an overnight -
camp for pec IS In the
I now girl Scout .Park. We will .sleep
The farther our forces advance,. the mghIeJe-; !1 in tents and cook on buddy burn-

phones wires, and switchboards they need. So war en 1--- ......f I
has first call on the factories and manpo.tJIII( ) l\ We also planned to sell Chrlitm -: '
} aeili on Dec 9. We received i. 'I
make telephone' equipment b t ur Christmas cards that we ordered Growers ofTOMATOES

We regret that many here at horn are waitingfor \ .. sOn r .-, --::

a telephone We appreciate your patience and

we'd like you to know that we, are doing everything .
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i Fried Chicken .wi ..?...:..,,,._ .75 t 1 Experienced dusting pilots,

I I. '/ Fried Chicken.............__:!l--.I.2.\ ...... : .
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i Roast Beef, brown.Cr.vy.-: ......,. .55 ;
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protectioR
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', Grilled Pork-Chops ...____.... ,60 L the. beaches of Italy. In the "' _e'" :<

Breaded Veal CutlcU... -,.,:. ...:.,,, .75 ,Jungle of the Pacific-plane,tanks ..a a y,.
artillery tnurt e
meve-iuxt fait: no
waiting to build road w klrfittdi .Yi
.' I Tw. wcrtaalee, bread, seat er'Iced lee, a4 denied Thane when me soldiers nwt unroll

"0 t' terM with an dlasera. these "ats t rottrenest ai yet
see them .In this photo. Your War
lads pay for them '
: ABOVE PRICES GOOD 8CNDATS,'TOO &/.s.r....., .+.w
MEAKFAST SERVED AT ALL HOURS i ter at aI Cro Dubi,
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;l LOUIS E. COHENtRtlRILIOt JTJSTICIOr: Tom:'
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: Pint Insertion bas Linline; subsequent Insertions j js
Tbs followlllff ROOM '"fIML b.pp..inn *
,. twenty roo.. w* In fit ...... .
_a..d a r* taw. hen eke II.... ofU. ''FI ...
W a1M. ........ ,....... I...
,.... Md ..... O.u al I FOR RENT let -free sample Vdga at An
.uk, DM a_..< .....,..., ...... I Brown's Pharmacy. (piny2:!
,law Soft II. IMt
I FOR RENT-Reasonable, Single t
.\ II09II ITI11III11119111HIIUI1111111111111 I I! ; room modern convenience IF YOU want to let mauled,

Walking dliUncf. P.O.Box: SJ8. write Box 28, Vancouver, Wash.
t'-VY'j. Elizabeth UttU) ,
Armstrong I Homestead. (pdlS:! {
known to a large circle of friends A ''yTROP.

here ss "Aunt Betty". died Sun. ONE ROOM to rent Men only. HOMES:

day night at the ..home ot Mrs. 201 N. E. lit av. (pdlS:! WILL CALL YOU BY NAME

1 tip. M. Bigger .
Your
ROOMS and tpartmenU. Reason greatest wish tan be

"1'11. first regional survey con able rates,, hot water and thaw. realised. Fll live red Jour

ftrence ever held In the United 4 era Palms Hotel. Florida Clfr. lucky number and d.r.-UII
States took place Saturday in yea when and ,,'he..o play y

Bbyal Palm State Park when FOR SALE I them AH readings renfldratlaL "'

about 73 persona, including educators Read for all .rationalities

eng'neer, botanists and 1 NEW coil spring mattress for When you want te knew the w '4

public spirited citizens were takes single bed. Avocado truth regarding the past ..,...

,. there -as guests of the Redland Redland rd. and Biscayne Lodge dr. ent and future rev most ten. I
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District Chamber of Commerce suit a Natural born IMIII....

'. and the city of Homestead (d8) Always commit the beat TV t .j

"Mr. and Mrs. Preston H. Lee GREEN camel' hair coat wjth one with a reputation M latke ,

of Goulds announce the arrival raccoon collar' Also tan polo cheapest In he bug ran hod

'cC a little girl . Tuesday." coat, same material P.O. Box and the meet important ft all
338 U swats ne more.
Homestead.
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"Mr. and Mrs. Jay Gould Bring this coupon with ,...
also cf Goulds, have I little Life Reading for HALF Frfee.HI .
Lee'l FRANCIS C. STOKES Tomato .
whom they called Evelyn ( N. W. land SIMiami.
Seeds may be purchased at Den. 4 'f'
"Joseph Leach of Winter Florida t.
J tttng Seed Co., 203 Sunset dr.. I ti
en, Fla., arrived; here Tuesday; core/ .South Miami and Glade 'and (Take M Baa te Doer) .

.rooming. Mr. Leach will be oCrove Supply, Princeton. ,

,V permanent resident of 1// (pdzf) :
;:-s <;Ift.I ." I WANTEDSPOT > 1

'.':' ."Miss Erma Shaw daughter of FOR SALE: OR RENTV40 acresfprm .
3 F Mr; and Mrs. C H. Shaw, ..ndii I I.t the court house la Miami "I)I cellent high priest of Dade Chapter land In Highland section CASH for any typewriteror 4

Geo. L. Murray were married "J. H, Robert was elected ex-1 1 I I No. 47, Royal Arch Masons I th of Florida City. For fur. adding machine. Furniture, .
/ j tier particular see A. C. Easton Jewelry, tools stoves bought in

Rt. 1, BorJW. Homestead. any amount We buy, sell, or ,
''I I I Episcopal Women'sSeminole (pnlT-Zttf trade for about everything; The 't

Swap Shop, Free Bldg, Flagfor ,
'ITQM FOR HOLIDAY Season well Ave. (dftf)
AND ,BILLS ,.. E'
: rooted poir.aettlal.1ao all kinds WANTED lit.
of ornamenUI shrub and trees. by ,,
Gift Bazaar aged couple without
I Sunny Grove sfaneriea, 2 miles children.
II1 Man steadily employed In dv l-' " '
west of Florida City. (n24U) (
TAVERN tcare '
lan Homestead business. Btft
r APRON 8 .sir rM HAND : .
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PACKARD pickup 1-ton truck, taken 'Of house and fu *

4 t. :at AND 'I 1 good condition. 1. M Hendrick, nlshlnga. Box A-197 Leadeff .

.'{ SEMINOlE INDIAN CKAFDee. 105 Redland Camp (pdl) Enterprise Homestead <( Ume BrfngVou
That Back
i Cooking _I
WANTED TO BUY Green Pigeon .,"w
"( Wu FolUard's forsix Years
# Our Chef With ) J Pea In pod. Will pay highest &
8 and 9
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prices. S. Rosen, 7 E, 135th St:,
1 ,81rJolia...Jt- 1.1. .............. .leak_-.I4 '. New York 'City.; i ;
Tractor- ti! I
+ .TBoaeVjEUeeJiPort __. us Spaghetti and Meal .alb;-.N OU FellUH's'a BeaUuraat BUgT Trailers -- '

}, rhoaM, Stea.i;_ 1.04 Cheese OnteleRN I I'I (

FLamb Cbepa.-___== l. 0 'Ham Omelette- Home WANTED Experienced

I One-half Chicken._._..._ LM Chicken Liver Omelette. .I, Norm OP APPLICATION POE-_ .made Ford bookkeeper for yearr r
TAX BSBD
One-fourth. Chickea. .75 Home Baked Lime 1'1.11 CHAPTBK IT4IT ACTS Or 411 Tractors with 6.Rub round position. State
f / VILE A-tw-l ber Tires.
Light
f IaIa4f f'react) FriesBel Rolls Served With Dinner 2-1 TICE IS HEREBY CITtM t .MU full particulars fir d t
ARYIR. bulder *t CITY OP CORAL Trailers "ready to
CABLES Tel CertlftoMM No. 'I17, Mil yo. letter. Box 36, Home-
..... site sad k .
I mi. ed the Sell d rot .
I.... A. D.. 11'0.'_ tiled OMM l> Also Second Hand stead. .(nip
"r4... ... kM _tie .pplleitiok for
TOM P.BROOKER, Owner i dwd toe .. .Lewd u.._.. laid Chain.
.. I-F OBbreei tko Mitering aft WANTED- s* dish washer or
Federal Hwy. .at Avocado Dr. TelepbeneSltt !'" rropmy lo tko Cwoty ot DM>. clerk by able-bodied woman.
I *UM of Florida, town I Wolfe) tprIM.
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1 UM t" Blk. T4, Coral OoMoi III...... ; Box A-144 at LoaderEnterulttf*
SOL Pert 4. riot Book 11. Puo 4T. In ( ) .
tko City rf Coral O.blO'. tF of
i Dad.. State .. ......Id.. u .......... to (AutoVrecking ,
i C.rtlflcoto/ Mo till. Tko _....t of
; i Mid property, wader Uw Mid Cortlffcutt .
bowl woo to the Homo of U.h...... Phone 292. llome.t'ed, Fb.1EN I For Prompt ;i ::1
Let. 2e. Coral Otbloi Rlvk-ra
I ("-. Port :1.p.zt Rook W, Pin 4T, ta : ,
tko 113'.1.' Coal f'f I SUM of Phrku M onjkrarod JnCoMlfltow : -
f N". "'a. Tht _.iMlit nL morevery l li
i indor the MM ('nU.I..,.. to! MANURE-You load at reaaenaMe rates I
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sad 1a the of Unknown ,
.' 4 Lot M. Elk T4, Coral tJo.... Fillers Pine Ridge Poultry
.. So>. Pott .. PIN sew '1) Pojt 4T, .tii poles welt Florida CIty
1. i tko City of Viml Oubl,. Cionty.of .....,. oI31f Day Phone ............ 910$
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(uto of Florid*. a, ,.......... In Crrtltti I
rot No tin. TlM-o. M.moM.of uMproperty '
tmd.F .the MM -C..Nrkyte, joi PERSONAL Night Phone ........ 239.
i pwd,ton In tk. a3..h t1nbdaw.rb' . ___ __ __ I < I
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SM. Part 4. "Put Pak SIT Pont 4T., In FREE1 If-Excess acid causes got HOMESTEAD CAB SERVICE 1
thcClty of. Coral MM Cuunty. triHil* i* lnt41 fitomech Ulcer, lnUgestioiv. :
..- of .....we. .e takea .d. Ut .e..tfllo F. O. riiranar, Presv
,,cJl ...... Nee tu. Thu .... s.r7 of sailY.wraay Heartburn Belchiii*
mow the MM (,'-'In.'to bLot > Bloating N.u..."". Gas Pains m .
'It .....-_. M the sane d 11-boa. _
n. Hlk 74. Coral QoM.0. RNIpnV. hTRACTORS
.. r.rt d PIN Rrak 4>. Pu. 47..U
) ,the City ... C"nl-(.blev. Count of Doo.
, Net" at "' e. anbra.4 f.
I .,. He. "'1. Tfce ...r"..we (1.1.1
pres.rd cruder 'Ikr hid r-.l1f.. I !
it awd are I. 1M ....,. at 'Iwb .
Unlew -ld c.rt"_ .1o i1 be __
od wtootdlar to our. flee imiium ...>.
,.rllwl. th.rde will he ...... to .... bid.oat .
M4.Mw at 1M CA" r.r Mror ..
." the fine Moo*.. hi the M-fth'cf ,J... .Arriving This Week i
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FILIL mtscmmoNS FROM ANY DOCTOR "'>. .:1"some .M iwCttoe for Vln.1l .
j+ t OP YOU OWN CHOOSING Died_ to AA.4nNntrta d ,be Come and See This Tractor the
Ik top of, w P. W-be.. 4.m.-4 t 4 Mat at
M .... lab ... d Doi I.... wlU .....rei 1
d the reAS M. ,. lIa./w. C..... ,
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nf MM "".t ronor .ltd f. filter GLADE & GROVE SUPPLY CO. f
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S,\ tbeu soda of your fighting t.edaesakios
up tho'bads crri'"On toTpol" :
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