Title: The leader-enterprise
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00677
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: December 15, 1944
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00677
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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Mayor Harris Seeks FHA Survey ,

To Relieve House: Shortage Here '

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Postwar: use et Homestead Ar toeiil School,Realizes

: ;f: missy Field,is,.. terminal for ..: 'U4S Fro.Carnival .
,' flying: box can" which.will carry In an ,effort to alleviate, the
Approximately. "U4S was net-
acute housing shortage In Homestead
+ fresh-picked" produce overnight it
14 at the Homestead school carnival -
Mayer T. 1. Harris this
to the tables of the nation, on Dec. 1. announces Principal .
week requested the Federal HousIng
was advocated B. M Hlndman. Carnival
again la talks and -e Administration .to conduct a
Interviews been y funds ar* handled by a finance
and In Miami survey here to determine local
committee of faculty
during the put week by County composed housing neds. ; ,
Commission Chairman members and s representative of
Bird, who originated Preston B. t, a the studelnt council, he said Mayor Harris' efforts are Indorsed
the Idea
more than A sufficient sum will be set br Capt. Alvin B. Reilly, ,
a' year ago. housing bureau officer of Homestead -
The field Is aside to defray expenses of the
r In tha.center strategically cf located annual junior-senior banquet and Army Air Field, who said

of rich farm acres, Mr. thousands a large portion will be placed in yesterday: '
Bird told
'. fund for readiness We certainly behind) '
Uw Homestead reserve ne airy .
Rotary : .
t .and ,
when needed school equipmentIs ) increase
present field program d+ +iFh'trill rental
buildings .
Converted Into can be available.. unty In'IMs ares, The acute .
and processing plants packing houses shortage fit:.hanKj"tot families of

Overnight delivery with UPIIAEF''ISLAm'TOREST- w civilian, '' and kftrilitary 'j' ..I'MnDPJof ,
,COD- '
,sequent elimination of, Wgttible / Pvis baa* .rr problem for all
..,/II" and fruit'shrinkage', concerned Out office I* lUtlrtg aV
resulting qualified families seeking nous-
from tie usual
six-day rail
to northern cento will PRESTON B: BIRD Inc and. Is endeavoring 'to' alvcorr .
than: eernpeos.te. the more .-. sees sis {ermlnsl here placement.'Local eooperaUon ..
higher air freight rates grower, Mr Bird for IN LEXINGTON I t LAMAR f ir' ha been ei xeeltont .
wanted M wad tear The aim ot
believes He predicts that iar- fcminent Scientists ( Mayor -Harris' ac
beta can be checked by wire each' 'Howard Ellsworth: Schaf; !My lion |a to 'havt this section again
,f morning produce' picked! and Visit Subtropic StationOn 'prominent resident et the district BOARD INDORSES declared a defense area, with resultant
packed Ja the afternoon .and lifting of the government
hipped garden-trail tor 28 years, died restriction on building :
overnight to I
northern markets. j an annual Inspection tour IB a Miami hospital after an J.LAMAR ,PAXSON) move'which will permit housing -
of all United States
Department to be
acute illness ot six weeks her by privatecapital
: ot Agriculture projects, Dr. Frank
DADEOSPITALADVOCATED P. CullInan, assistant chief of A native of Houston Tex, became FOR ROAD POST A similar. move Initiated hereIn
here from Louisville Ky,
the Bureau of Plant Industry, November ot 1941 resulted In
USDA, visited the Subtropical to look after his own and his the building by
Lamar private enterprise
former chairman -
AS Experiment Station Monday. He father extensive grove holdings.
of the Dade of 29 houses I is the Grenada
was accompanied by Dr. Walter He was vice-president of the First County commission Heights' subdivision
c T, Swingle,' retired physiologistnow National Bank of Homestead from was indorsed unanimously
r HOME FOR for appointment to the
AGED doing research work at the 1132 to 1936 while still maintainIng state
University of Miami and Harold his activities ss a grower road board as representative from RICHMOND BASE
Transfer of the Loomis, who has charge of the Funeral services were conducted the Fourth' Congressional District
county hospi In a resolution sent the
tal from Kendall to USDA Introduction station a Saturday afternoon In ft MIt by county
Miami and '
conversion. the Kendall host Chapman Held Continued ob Pane Two) commission Elect! Millard yesterday CaldwelL to Gov.. I CHOIR TO SING

tal buildings ,into, quarters for Mr. Paxson, who will have

'dependent. this week old people by County was advocated Commission -- Disparity in Mileage\ and Patronage served commission 10 years when"on his the term county ends HERE SUNDAY

Bird. .Chairman Preston. B. Of It F. D. Routes Now EqualizedDisparity 'Jan has extensive I, lives in farming South Miami and pack-and The choir ,of Richmond Naval

"At last report' there was but Interests Perrln. He has represented Air Station, directed by Asst
one bed available at the Ken I In mileage and num increased from 24.81 miles to the fourth county commission Chaplain Scull, will present a
dall county home, and no doubt I her of patron in the two I 42.SO miles. district which win be program of music and songs at
that Is filled by now" "'. Bird 'rural delivery route from the Proper notification has been '(Continued on Page Seven! ) I p. m. Sunday In the First Baptist
said yesterday: "There Is also a .ID'be. (Continued on Fag Seven) Church of Homestead.
Homestead1post ..
office I
critical shortage of homes where Chaplain Patte.wiD have
Indigent old people be boarded I corrected Saturday when Routes I, LAt CAROLING TOO charge ot the service and will
out by the n\; conditions 'One and Two will be more nearly 202 ARE GIVENPROMO'JIONS "'r'The young people of the Homestead take.part In the program.
make It Imperative that equalized,. Postmaster & X. Presbyterian Church at* The Richmond choir of WAVES rand
some 'form of relict be devised Livingston announced yesterday planning! to go out on a Corning enlisted man has appeared
Immediately". I Upon recommendation of the AT I h tour Christmas Kve. This group before capacity audiences la .Miami
Mr. Bird win meet next week post office Inspector, Route 11. under the direction of Mr. and churches nays the Be"". L,
with! City Manager A. B. Curry .for which,Win.' C Xwtaf bs.the Mrs. J, Lee Smith, enjoys 'a B. Crantford, pastor 'of the local
end,the county horn and hospital carrier, will be. reduced from ARMY Am FIELD weekly fellowship hour en Sundays church A cordial Invitation Is
committee. to try to work out MM, miles to 4480 miles,' and I sit I p. m All young people issued to the public t* hear Own
,a ,solution. H.1Tt1. Cooper's Bout t will be Christmas came early this week art DiYited I to this meeting.Chinese sine Sunday evening. -

to 202 men and women ot the

II Mayor Harris Enlists .Co-operation, fourenglntransport hrr7InrvUIoda' cAd Students Wear Patched Garb I

Of Public in Anti-Inflation it was a Christmas well,anted, '
Drive Or "Roosevelt Suits" 'Says Dr. LiuDr
U : ,, according to MaJ Sylvester WAlden ,
director of personnel and '
A to-operative grower-concum- essential to the wartime welfare! administrative services T C. Liu. a native cf of Arkansas. Dr. Liu staled Mint
consum-er antl-toflation campaign was of the citizens' ot Homestead and Promotion from private, first Shantung Province,, China was Miami where, lie Is working for
sMHsgwratod. in Homestead this of the merchants who serve them class, ,to technical'sergeant were guest speaker at. the Uona Club the. was department.Speaking '
,week .by the foUowlag-proclamation "........, 'M during the,first announced by CoL, Samuel C.Dunlap Bleating Tuesday evening as'a student and,educator.
Issued by' Meyer Toes World War, Military victories win III, ensnmanding officer Educated in Chins Dr. tin Dr. Liu stated that students
I r I, Harris emphasizing-tbt ""rrMas > not Immediately remove the dangers ot the ATC Vase" cam to the United States la 1918 in-Cfclna are very patriotic.
need of price ceilings cod of disastrous Inflation, snd The post exchange reported an and entered the University of He told of their exit from,the
,esJUog upen tods purchasers and Whereas, for some tint to cusp Immediate run on needle and Oregon to receive, doctor's degree classroom ot National University,
,.,4lsn to, adhere to the ,ceiling we win face Inflationary danger thread, while supply sergeants in the study of plant path Tailing TM Shantung where; he
'! programTOsac- that .could, rapidly destroy from labored under armloads of chevrons. ology. Following a tw>-rer period was. studying at the Urn of-th*
\ ***, tile .prim.-miinga ale {OenUwsed on Page &even) < of research tit the University: (Continued on Pam Twelysf)
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------ MERIT: CHRISTMAS" THIS IL E. SCHAFF or T. J. Harris, E. A.
City Wife
Dies After Accident (Continued From Page One) and Albert R Caves.
Should we sty, -Merry ChrUt- ami funeral home by Dr. A. L. Interment took ean.-I
PIONEER OF 1895 Death came Thursday, Dec. T. mal' This Year*" I* the subject Burgreen rector of St. John In Lexington.
to Stella Coleman HKPdt, wlte of the message to be heard at,Episcopal Church of which Mr. Surviving Mr
BY DEATH 5r rUnent the Homestead PresbyterianChurch Schatf wit a member. wife ChrTi; his
TAKEN of Ira C. Haycock
N ll Sunday morning The j Honorary pallbearers were: E. Miami Beach\ ; and
Miami attorney anletty\Horney minister the Rev Bruce A. Cum-'I Frank B. Rue. W. E. Rheney, C. brother, Fred A. Schaff of ]
t % Albert Edward Kerfoot, who toe Homestead Mrs. Haycock ming, suggest that this Is a question i. Parana. Lee H. Lehman May vWs,N. Y.
pioneered here 49 year ago died died in I Miami hospital following -I that buy well be pondered i I'
Dec It at the age of 80 at fell injuries suffered in a\&lVat in this hour ot Intense hllll8lI I
autt"1111Mrt.. T. L. Hodges will
borne Princeton.
Tuner in cervices were conducted the family residence, 817 Algeria sing a splo I it \ ,\
Wednesday afternoon by she ave. Coral Gables. I I II
Rev J H. Benson, and burial Funeral service were conducted ._ Tsxaco<<: Barbecue: ; !
followed In Palm Cemetery at in a Miami funeral home at j ji
Naranja under the direction off 4 o'clock Monday afternoon by I
Turner funeral Home the Rev. Ladislau Biro, pastor of i Gift Hints SIRS. EDWARD D. CARTER, Mtr 1
Mr. ICertoots birthplace wu the University Baptist Church of I I J
which Mrs. Haycock was a member :
retired car penter. I Interment was in Graceland I From I . .
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Starling'sJW '
He leave: his wife, Mr*. Alice Cemetery t .' Regular Meals
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Kerfoot; lour daughter, Mn. Mrs Haycock leaves besides I- '!i(, J.'

Gladys: Burry Mn. Sylvia Cook her husband, two brothers, Dr. Boxed Gift Handkerchiefs : f 7 V Short Orders ..
and Misses Annie and Myrtle C: C. Coleman of Richmond. Va., I *
Kerfoot; a ton, Ronald; and three and 3 PI Coleman of ..Atlanta
grandchildren, all of whom live Cold Drinks' 11 I
In Princeton i Hosiery ((89c up) .
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Burial JacksonvilleHenry ALL KINDS OF. 1
MRS. W. J. VICK Harris Prtvy, 99-year- Chenille Robes'Flannel -( .

old fruit Inspector, died unex- Robes ,TO TAKEOUT w: i
DIES IN HOSPITALEdith pectedly on Dec. 0 at the residence .' H j
) of Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Bur- .. Black Silk, Nightgowns \ I t.
ton, where he roomed. .
Thomas Vlck, wife 'of Mr Peas who had lived here I
W t Vick.of Goulds, died Friday for the 'part two years, was born S. Krone Are. At Fourth St. ; ,
Black Silk Undies '
Deo 8. after an Illness of 'Carrollton.. Mia, and was \in- .J '.' ''f
20 days Death came when she. married.He- was a veteran of Silk Bed Jackets ..
was a patient In Victoria Hospital Word War' I and a member of
at Miami, suffering from a the Haines City Fla. Legion Satin Gown-and-
: i brain tumor. post .
The body lay In state Monday The bbdy was sent Monday by Robe Ensembles 44'
evening In Turner Funeral Home. Turner Funeral Home to Jackson
Sweaters $4.95 -
Funeral services were conducted vUIe for funltral services and bur-
Tuesday in the Silver Palm ial. .. Handbags .
Methodist Church by the Rev. Mr. Peavy leaves four sister: 1
Harley R. Core and the Rev. W. I Mrs. Gertrude Siler of Jacksonville Hat-and-Bag Ensembles
H. McMatter teacher of divinityat I Beach. Mr A. M. Dow of ,
the University of Miami and Jacksonville, Mra Eldridge Crocker I .
former classmate of Mr*. Vlck of Mobile, Ala., and Mrs Hy- Compacts ., THE Q. LET
at Mount Union College In Alliance. man Greenberg of Flint, Mich.
O., 35 years ago. Mrs. Mrs. Slier and Mrs. Greenberg String Pearls THE INNOCENT :
Nellie Torbert sang a solo spent Wednesday and Thursday .
Interment was In Graceland here at the home) of Mr. and Mrs Hair Ornaments \ SUFFER THAN J'
a Mausoleum where the body will A. W. Hutchinson while arranging Leatherette Animal \ .. '
r until May when I it will betaken their brother attain 'ft THE GUII.TY
to, Alliance) for burial In Toys

Marlboro Pallbearers Cemetery.Were Leslie Blng- Domenico de Santis Dies Baby Blankets .3P ESCAPE

ham Elmer Crawford. William At Home in Florida City Baby Bath Robes J pl' i
KlabetU. Pvt Willis VIet, Kelly .
de Santis, II. died
Core and Gordon Neal. Baby SleepersStarling's
Dec. 8 at his home in Florida
Mr. and Mrs. Viet, who were
Funeral services were conducted -
married In Alliance) 40 years ago City ABOUT-OR,REMEMBER
his residence Monday
Jut April. first came to Oouldl IBItll at
Each winter thereafter they morning by the Rev. Michael Nixon The arrangements for the service are often left to someone)
engaged In large-scale fanning of the Sacred Heart Church, outside the family Sometimes it does not work out to your complete -*
here and each summer they and burial took place In Palm Exclusive Dresses and Gowns satlafaction. Our services are so well planned ana complete)
farmed In Alliance All their Cemetery .af Naranja. lust a call will assure you careful, sympathetic handling from !)
children and grandchildren attended Mr. Santis who came here 14 111 S. E Flagler Ave start to finish. 1
yean ago from--TUly. leaves his Homestead,
the Redland schools
of Florida and Turner Funeral Home
Mrs Vlck is survived by her wife. Marcia City I
a son, daughter, mother and sister -
husband two daughters, .
Elizabeth: V. Neal of Ooulds Mn'l all In Italy
Mrs. Eloise Core of : ,I
two ,sons Wilbur T. Vlck of
Gould and Pvt. Willis Vlck of I
Camp Hood, Tex; and seven
grandchildren and one great 1
grandchild. Pet Vlck was
ed an emergency -furough Irant-I REDLAND -BRAND

der that he might be present atJ ,

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Church of God will hold, e e
in the ,
Its annual Christmas party
church Sunday evenlnlng at 7:30
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Share, Due to .government:regulation) and shortages -., ',_<. . .

M* of. we''will,feoibeable.to -:-: ... .
HalmtSka . 'several'JOat ; ", : : .
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((FUta Medicated.) tM MeIkaswe makeAU of.our.regular_mixtures.:JBut,we will)4L. : .' : .. .


sense- .:_ tie -.r' do! our .best. to supply as near as" possible 'what,, >r : .
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CwatbuuUlo t'MIaI.-- 1Mawls you will need.. oc,..

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; It's enough to ,fill 120,000 1ft enough to fill an 8-lrich pipeline If*enough to fuel 400,000 Flying

tank carf-a train 1,000 miles that would circle the earth three Fortran for a round trip flight

long.. times at the equator. from Britain to Germany.

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and women of Humble Oil &' Refining Company, who are today celebrating the production of the one '

billionth, gallon of 100-octane aviation gasoline at Baytown refinery remarkable feat In the history of ;
the petroleum industry. 'r ,
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,;.- .- It ts one' of roustabouts, stenographers. p' *.!ners, technologists, truck drivers, ,- geologists- glassblowers, stillmen and t-1:.'
'', those working In hundreds of *."' ,,
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..' )-. FIRST to produce atone refinery a billion gallons of finished 100-octane aviation gatolii .

,' "'." ... The Baytown refinery has produced more 100-octane,aviation gasoline than any other.. ,
:: :, plant! I In the world. I .

"i. .RS' to produce synthetic toluene. .
The Baytown Ordnance Works first' to synthesize toluene from petroleum, has suppliedthe
_. _- toluene for at least one out of every two bombs used by the. United Nations since Pearl
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HL / ",,.4 'Humble: Oil & Refining Company Is the notions,largest producer of crude oil, and I is
;;11 ', V s, -. currently supplying about one-fourth of the,Increased production required, for war as
if' measured by the gain since 1941.
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!' i .. ,Humble pipe lines transport more oil than any, other system, handle one barrelIn
r r ni;' .. every seven. of the domestic, supply. ', :*'...', ,

1)0) ;' These accomplishments climax a quarter century of development, planning and,team work
... I : ,t" of a great organization.The men and women who made them possible are behind the billion gallons ,
a6 R' '.,f 100-octane aviation{ gasoline.! They are,behind Whatever America needs of them for victory. '" *
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Pure Four. HOMESTEAD LEADER ArfD ENTERPRISE December".14.1D441

HOMESTEAD LEADER IIIIIIIIgf i Illlllillllllflllflllllllllillflll! be was called to attend the tuner that,'all;three sprinted'wl great look" to ud? Two"" out" of three
at ot his lather W T Myrick diligence, and two of them aught made It. Tbat'i a pretty good
AND ENTERPRISE the train. (average!"
Fimll at MU I 20 Years AQ Yens Aae leer One The third was standing de"Yes.. I know" sighed the pro
Three prefeaeor"were alttag b )extdly on the piat&rm when a (eaaor. "but they cam 4mm to

If ..... ,..... .... ......... some oftre a railway rtatlan waiting for a waggish bystander add Why1ee me oft"-Kx. .
P as ...d. lIMe ..a....II-re cUCJm1t -Tea.M .. === am Am_-lie w d train. They In conversation became to deeply that.they engrossed ..-......._ ....---... ." .:
t ... .w.. Ink 111-611"d a" .L.dse..Mo,84L If, ...-... faflad to notice when the irate ,
......... ... gdwrYsasotns .. awns.....; arrived. In tact, ant until It ww Others COBle-Others Ia7Aobut
glees saw la -Apr may
AACR )unJa.,. out ead they ace it AtIF !
....w moo mmmmnrmrrmllrmllll( ( /
BABY tDIM=,ill -
=oak I "Marlow D..JaeoMn flip TOO AM LOOKING rot for 20 years
Mattie Lou !Theua datphiidtbf CBXISTMA8 CITT8 j
1 .. seas'ausec omw. ar rr.a,1'W- Taft I Mr, and WV*. w.X.77MA ie rt
Mss united In marriage at the lie sure to suit SILVER PALM FRUIT
: ) panoo- GROW'
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Llraf a Wage ace of the llethodlet Epiaeopal Easel A Merrlaoei'a_ _.
f aMt pass a-1* atta.int. !" "
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asses r sand .1.o man sale expect. . Mr. gad Mrs Jacobcen BONITA GROVES I' .A_ has SERVED the '
!- I a. w se. "'en* M to motor to JaekeooriJMSCainetvUIe. ,i
**;": endW as r ermaN6 :
,. IBM Drlaodo, and SL Ptenburf. (.- GIFT SHOP '
'j ,' . Redlands Citrus Growem; .j 1

: t Christmas, 1944By "1I1u Olrene| McCweo waihbetna Open Dally W a. i.to6p.mL .
at a shower If!ten b) >ooor -
ef Mss Geo. Murray and'Mr*. THERE MUST BE A REASON
Aimle Harhew Frtepalrklr hauls DrIft Bctweea &yew
LaMentt Craw, .
I' ., Cray plane 'galnat leaden skies "W. B Myrlck KturaeeUFr Fl ay oj Ae aM Keekwl Eead Phone 252-J-3 SP.M.Cr c4\t Igr. i

bespeak from Montgomery, Ala., where angst*XXXXXKWtX* .n"d
t The grimness of their flightBrifht
: plane 'gaibet Kuaay;afciraforetell .

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, 1 In. triumph V toward' the sky, : .1.1w
i Then wt ahead kneel and nuke FOR mi}
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,, For UIOM who mill may din SAVE A

I To brine about this peace on '"
For earth which this season atanda JI :
To bring good will to people In r/ Ht the. : 1
r Our own end other lands

: The little Vi and creases make

:t r Tht. rosary old world that round.girds We mint
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I not let
; Our prayer be Idle worda.

: Though it can be no merry t!me.
; This Chrertroaa tan be sweet
It we but kneel beside I friend
Who kneeling at HI feet, Ott
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Can ,still pray on lot victory.
Though crushed with grief and
t I. loea.Iff '
J : MM to make the yUitory

t The sign while you kin the trOll.r .

r If you would work more !music
Than a fairy with a mik .
To further" peace it elb; '
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; \ Specializing In I It will! warm your Heart to MOW that a service .baggage: :, : ?ad b le at the terminal well bV

t Southern Cooking man or woman will.be able to take that precious {or :!7\r; ,,: t::.::, ."'(
i trip home-may be a last furlough before ..:' ..:

nIICKES'and Florida Motor hues is doing its utmost
v, STEAM: DINNE1S aa.i1ing-because you planned your, ytar-end. : :

r .SERVED ON CCNDAT.RKOCLA& travel In advance. ;, wartime- 'tmo'r smoothly'--bu\ 'f ;'

MEALAWBKAAT8 j regardless )year-end travel conditions .wepledge .I;

.. 'You can help.gijy the armed fpaces.feRst'cal 1.. :- our"full effort. to getting our,men l ,: :\\
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| ids';"Ms,fetter till yon;know" every
.word hjltf't tonight. .*when he seems;
far 'away' ,:turn for ,comfort and for M 1Y
courage to the Bible. Perhaps the I
Book .b an:old friend;'or perhaps the
I years'Have'made it and you atrangenu
It doesn't matter-the steadying, eter all \f
vial light of Its -message Is there for
YOU, ready to bring YOU the same
confidence that it is bringing millions
tonight all over the world.

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i will increase as the habit grows/' Within its two covers it
treats of every, problem that the spirit of man has ever: met
or will ever meet For countless'generations, men and women. '
have opened the Bible.and have sought and found restoration .
of the spirit, whether torn with anxiety and loneliness oppressed And BO, tonight, open your Bible. Join with the millions of
'. your fellow Americans at home and overseas in asking Divine
doubt stun/fed '
: by crashed with futility or by bereavement
: help In the problems that face our country and all humanityin
these crucial days.From now until Christmas our own Unit-
f ,,'" The Bible is as old as Truth; as new as the latest newspaper. ed States Congress has asked that all Americans join in Bible
')0, reading. For your own comfort get acquainted with the habit
Fear then rot for I 'with the Be 4tanye4 for I ttrGo4.
,: j km wH ; tm 1
' that has helped countless men and women to live better lives.
,""1', I will ftrraclhea thus r :yea I will uphold UM with th.
',: right band..t tar rishteouaaeas4SAIAU II:It .
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-:rr't: of 76 at Valley Forge, may have doubted but they : Psalms 23,91,121; II Corinthians 13:11; Matthew 5, 6, 7; a
' turned to Psalm 37 and were comforted, and already the promise Luke 2; Isaiah 2:4, 9:6, 26:3, 53; II Samuel 22:33; Proverbs
of the.Psalm has come to pass I Many a timid boy In a fox- 3:5-6-7; Deuteronomy; Ecclesiastes 12:13 (This was Theodore
'*.hole tonight is reading Isaiah 41':29 and tomorrow his courage Roosevelt's favorite verse): John 3, 5:23-29,14; Ephes- ,
'.,* will flame'anew. Or perhaps>> ,. like Stonewall Jackson?he rear; fans 6:11, 6:16; Philippians 4:6-7' 4:9; 1 Thessalonians 5:17;
;, ,. pears Deuteronomy 20:3as he advances. into battle ;-' % ". '. Romans 15:33,1620, ; Hebrews 13:20.
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"I" Mn. Herbert Katz will leave Mrs. Dwight Carter and AaujLv?*
I Dec. 22 to spend Christmas and ter, Cynthia Lou and Mary: Lou '
New Veir'a Day In St. Pet:: Musselwhlte, daughter of Mr and
I In and .AroundHomestead burg with her lOG and 'II-1 Mn. Wnt Musselwhlte. left Man- ,
:t in-law, Mr. and Mr. day to spend a month in Sterling \ '
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Gordon Ivey, superintendent of a brother-in-law and sister Mr ;
the city light end water department and Mr*. George Lorton All except
broke his left arm Tuesday Mr*. Mowry plan to go. to
nlgnt when hi fell over a Vero Beach Sunday and to remain .
j tricycle in the yard of hit horn for the holidays .i
at 912 M. W, Tint eve, : :

Mia Mable Ruth Pope, :Miss
Campbell has ,
Alvin bought theJ. Mary France Rutland and Mimi
H. Dodson house on N. W. Dorothy Moon will arrive' this ;
Seventh at week-end from Florida State College :
for Women to spend th I
t Mr. Jack Polk left by plant Christmas holiday here with Muaaelwblte."I
last week for Atlanta where the their famlllei.
will Join Mr. Polk for an extend\ -
) a
ad vacation in that city CoX and Mr*. Theo. Thlcle-
man of New York City expect to
t S. J. lynch ; pending the arrive thy first of the ;year to Sure you know the number ?
week-end with his parent in occupy; their Coconut Palm dr.
San Antonio, Tex. home, the former 'Dan Robert Unless you're sure* please look
place which they have remodeled
In A the guest home,for of the Mr.winter and'month MM. and enlarged.- it up in the local directory..

J. R. Brooke of hll city la their Mill Mertle Elanau of Chicago This gets it right; calling from
uncle. A. Palmer Brook of will arrive here Dec. 26 to
Mount Vernon, N.: Y. spend some time at her winter ; memory may result
home on Newton rd.
j Mr. and Mr. W. I. Watkins in a wrong number.0'm
i and children, Linda and Wayne, Mn. Robert Vrana of Miami
a are visiting Mr. Watkln relatives spent the week-end here with her a
In Plant City for a few events, Mr. and Mr*. J, H. Booker -

\ day j

i Mr*. A. D. regie returned this Mrs: J. K. WhItaker and Mrs. r
x week from La Junta, Ca... when Hill Wilson are visiting relative
he visited friends and attended In Savannah. iti
J frt business matter. -- J
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Mr and Mr*. 'H. J. Brocket
winter residents ,of Florida City ,
are leaving next week to visit
for several month with relative
in Texas befrve returning
their Connecticut home'
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Mr*. Edna Miller part owner
Of the Starling shop and manager Holiday
of the one In Key; West, arrived ,1.1. )ode ,.:
Tuesday; to spend a few
day supervising arrangement Of 'l
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the Homestead store' newly arrived -
holiday; itock.Mr .

*. Gilbert Wolfe and her
mother, Mr*. Margaret Rourkt.
came down from MI.mll..t week
Al end Wolfe.for a visit with Mr. and Mr*. Arcadian, Spruce Christmas Trees .1

1 Mr*. Mildred Caddis who has M 'l "
spent several week at the homeof 50c upDates
r U. Caddis parent In Quit-
man, Ga. I* expected home to-
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S Mill Margaret Stiltman and "
4 her guestor the holidays: Miss
Jane Pick of Liverpool. N. Y.. : Figs Nuts Cluster Raisins .eDUCKS
arrived In Homestead Wednesday ,
4 to spend the Christmas vacation lT
i at the home of Min Stlllman's
parent, Mr. and Mr*. ... W. ,
SUllman in Redland. MIN St''l-
a TT1
it man and Miss Pick are students : '
at Rollins College In Winter Park. "

Nr.nd MIL J. II. Dodion '

I moved to Vero Beach Saturday .x .
N but two of their daughter, the :

remained HENS. FRIERSfresh <
rlcewho I 11 employed at the First '

National Bank of Homestead is .. '
laying with Hn. Mary A. Mow- I 'I Iii --J' iJ
ry. her grandmother and Mia : : "
f+ Doris Ada, a senior at Homestead ,.' j. : ::
t ,nigh School, is laying with : 'J I : '
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AKCB9CK SMITH < :, '. Fruit and Vegetables '
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Dam of Homestead are parent : .. ,: , : ; i',,'
et daughter weighing. eight .. 4' , .' r 1 .') . ) .. : ; I ,' "j., ,j: ,
pounds eight ounce, .who. was
bora Dee. T at Jams Archer.

P Smith, An *Hospital ihU pound elnen-o''i n'' t Wollam,: &: Kendrick 'j
daughter ,wu bant pee '10, ,to }
,Xr. and Mr.. Norman Benson.
:of, Prineften.O4. "
; and Mr*. Nam Fusaell of '

Homeateaa'areparent. d 'five sons.* of daughter a sew THE 'RED LAND ..DISTRICT'S.LEADI' NG COMPLETE.. FOOD ,MARKET: ,

Em Deft, I. fi' !u !

:ll>>:nerd Mr*. Ray 'Robert of Buy War Bomb '.. ,' :
MUml are parent of a too, basest ,
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BECOMES REAL' I i For better living !In r d

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t B. Stadlf this week it announcing -' '
'" the opening ot a real' l'ararl .
.... estate office at the family (rot*.
'ff> Tedmar, on Bayview td. one- )4
fourth mil from the tedera Y rye
., highway 'at Princeton. She plan
to specialize in grove and rural t4r
. Mrs. Stadia a registered 'real
estate broker hat already lined
up a sizeable ,list! of desirable' '
properties for sale.
Her real estate office Is the ,awr
building which formerly house. t
her antique and gift shop
Mrs Stadig was born in Key
West, and since 1(14 has made
her home In Dade County. Her
husband, Theodore Stadlf, is pro-
prietor of Stadig Electric In MI-
f ami, but they have lived ,for the 1
at past five years on their grove aPrlndeon.
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combined with the fifth when a .
constitutional amendment, adopted tM RA010.LUO1SSCINTTLI
in 1940, goes Into effect. In '
1942 Mr. Paxson announced that ONTINiri1OEINi
he .would not be a candidate for .
in 1844 but would retire OO0
re-election STOIAOiIllCTIIC'COoluMO y
,,\, In favor of Preston B. Bird ,! . ..
of Homestead, who that year was '
i elected to represent District rive . ] 3"
Ar wN( and this year was elected to HICTIICl'wATIRllIATINT
r. represent the eoniol:dated District ) a
Four for the constitution- ...
lengthened term of four years AUTOMATIC LAUNDETT

(Continued from Page One) WHEN you check over the 'We kept the price of deo
given affected patrons to that things you want to buy with tricity low,In spit of war,end ;
boxes can be relocated it
. .: Mr.of additional Livingston boxes said Each Installed Ing away,you'll probably find '*in peace.The .
boxholder wur be given a new that many of them are electric. sooner we win the war
number and should exercise can Electricity will hit the machines the sooner we can all enjoy the
In using this new address on al that male'em-and run comforts of electric living.

said.correspondence, the postmaster 'em after they're made. Let's Clo that frtt.Mw .

Rural mall will leave the local We had plenty of electr/ NRLSON BODY mry .......
,office at 9 a. m dally Insteadof power for every war plant m .rurwn I. .lw brilliant Mw ..
Warm WinterOvercoats at 10, as at present, Mr. Llvngston well hay plenty for exp .Ned ilwv a......"T81 AmknMM'i ILEt'TIIC 0.I ..HOUR'IU -..,
said. big post-war production. S
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within the very security our ,
armed forces are fighting to protect eaen.a peeasa 'rears of j .....

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AND SUITS "Therefore, I, mayor of Homestead .,
Invoke each citizen to participate totr WMit nimiein ACT KCWII m war AND wn-Ufl0 1J I
whole-heartedly In the
by frank and friendly adherenceto ANNIE.MAYHEW. FITZPATRICK
our ceiling price program."T. Bedland :Road between Avocado and aiscayn Ixlves it
19.95Cfcesterfields Mayor stead."City of Home- Pianoforte and TheoryXylophone
Violin Pltno-Accordlaa
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Your Dates

With Uncle Sam

Reefers! ..................................... Palms
r.. . Cafe
MEATS, FATS-Red stampsAS
Dressmakers! Casuals! through Zt and AS through Si
good Indefinitely. New stamps

tlt Dec. It. .-. Open Dally From a a. ... te It ,. ...
find 'warm winter overcoat you need PROCESSED GOODS Blue
tamps At through B-} valid In-
here-at',a'thrifty low price I Expertly tailored de{finitely. '

of quality woolens, warmly interlined SUGAR-Stamps 30, II; JJ, Iaand T-Done Steak..._. ... ... .__ 1.00
Indefinitely -
14 in Book Four good
these are beauties! Choose from velvet for five pounds each. Fried Chicken.__...--:......--.. ".75

'collared Chesterfields, easual a officer's canning Stamp sugar 40 good through'for S Feb.pounds 28 of of .'Yt Fried Chicken......_. ..._.._....._:.:..1.25

Steak. ........... :.::.", .55
.reefers. stunning dressmaker coats. next year. Spare stamp 17 good hamburger; __.. .M.

J Christmas for 1943.GASOLINEA13 canning sugar until Mar I, Roast Beef, brown gravy.,_":'-'.,"... .55

tr As.;ai Gift What Could coupons good Grilled Pork Chops _._, ..,- -.. .60

.' 'rl&+ More Appreciated: for SHOES 4 gallons-Airplane through stamps>>-e. SI.I. S Breaded Veal Cutlet...*, ... ........... .75
; : and I (Book })' good,lndefr tiT.AIK *
: / Tee tecetaMes. treaJ, eeffe er w'lea., Md dessert
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J MISS :CONSTANCE HUNTER IS MARRIED" arwxi. TO HAVE: borne of Mm, W. K. Walton Among the!21 wild txpiciii, be
II Dttftmt AND THE Present at th* dinner will ,be of Coral 0.1*. '
*. 't r! TO CPL. EDWARD VAN HOUTEN IN MIAMI Part State. President VIlla beta f:;{t< 'I

The Chrlatmat dinner a! the terley, of Miami Spring and Dr. A family dinner. pArty;,jnarted
; The marriage *f Mir Can''York Miami Beach, What,, Homestead Business, and Proteadonal Adele Hampton of -Mteml and the birthday-aAnlv )>bf Mn,
} K stance Hunker,.* 1IGIn....... .t. Beech sad the ..,,_.. .WMnao** CUts at the B moo District: 'Director &oii -CuJpeppet J. Tom'VMB'. ..'Wednetdat J
'< ; J5 Cpl. EdwardVMI Be.te* ref came to Homestead PI''j. Tavern art Monday sight .. .--
"t' i F Homaetead Army.'ldrnM"acI March of'thli year. He U on wilt bet lollowed.by,a Kwty and ; fF' r -, .t : p \
ti > Brooklyn..'M. T. look placer ell I thetw:with tke ,naah boat Christmas tree palebratiaa aV ,the .- ,- -- .< ., :. ,N
I Saturday the Dade CMWty I : ;i'

The bride wore a. white flannel THE FARM HOUSERESTAURANT :
autf with genet green we__*. OF CHARLES, HOQVER AND MARY CUBINEPvt j
A daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Herbert -
Hooter of Florida City. Mn. '. Mary Elisabeth &blat,. and carried a shower ,
Vow Heuten attended Hemeetead WAG beeam tile bdde 'of CpL of white" caraaUoaa tIoIIqu-'j" .
High School and U employed Charier M. Hoover In double white satin Ik.._ ,. :.' " t'
berg ij die Southern* Bell Telephone ring ceremony: performed Siav dent carried a*. arm bouquet *f 1 Sa reed.'....... Chea*. CfcJckea.. A.It .jartriia ..1Dei :.' ,,I''
Md Telegraph Co. day evening. by Chaplain Jobs pink caraatlDiwr {I Mandela He ......., earn Wee4 and rift eorved' wllli". :

A CpL Van 'Houtea b a lOa *f K Early: in the Home ." .-Amv 'The wedding'party and a' few II all ...... SwraBg lay beeae'giawn ** freak.see him.: t tv

Mr. end Mn. E. A.'Van Hauten AIr Field chapel. friend enjoyed an infonMl.le- '
nAKmnCHU ,,'tALL =UK*
s of Brooklyn. ,H. attended New ,Attendants were Pvt IF a y caption mmedUteiy aftec la* ears . ,
York University and VM employed Starling WAC and T-sct."llldr. emoay la tile WAC day, now .peelal swans. U Mbaner ........ .
by the National Brake Co. Smith Miss Crtege Terburg .of when*'a wedding cake was nerved I a -UI" "
with ... -. Menda-of. the brtde. '
e{ New York: City before going Homestead played the traditional y .
Into service on Sept 17, 1MJHt wedding marches .on the, ortan.The. Mrs Hoover U a daughter ".4Bieakfaat
hu been stationed In New bride wu ia dress uniform Mr. and Mra. R. IX Cublae .of I '
Chattanooga and the bridegroom ; frees .M t. 11 ..'M. ..'
F : ia a ion 9f Mrs: Marion Hoover Baser fraaa,HM to tJt: ...m.
Il It. of-McLean, Va. :At present they .

OF JOHN LANDRUM IN CIVIL CEREMONY newlyweds: are making. jhelr home JULIA, .U. SDU1YAN., Owner. ' I'
bi Coral Gable ,
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I Announcement wu made this' Pvt. Landrum left Dec. 10 tor -: ,..;....::J, .1 .
week of the marriage of Mln Camp Meade.
Myrtle Connell of HamMUad to I Mn Landrum ft making Jier The Chriatmaa entertainment Presbyterian'ofth..J4omesteed 313 N. ,E..Fltgler Homestead;
Pvt. John Lindrum of Camp I home with her parent
\ Church school win be held on
tl Mead, Md The ceremony wn .
WILL Wednesday, Dec 20, at 7:SO p. m.
performed Dte i by Notary Public PARAGON CLASS
H. D. Bowen *t the Bowen GIVE CHRISTMAS PARTYA ,
home In Naranja Christmas party will be given
The bride U I daughter of Mr. Wednesday evening. Dec. 20, in -
and Mn Archie Connell of the educational building of the .
Homettead Before her marriage Homestead Presbyterian Churchby
the wn employed In' a local member of the Paragon Sunday !
itore. school class of which C. L.
Pvt Landjrum. a ton of Mr. Ooley la teacher
and )(n. H. M. Landrum of 1l1- :-
ranja, attended Redlandt High Friday evening dinner guests '
School whet be wu active In In the hem of Mr. and Mn. A GIFT TO .REMEMBERDiamonds. .
the band and on the basketball W W. Betties of Princeton were
teem H* went into service July Mr. and Mn. Frank Howard Mr t
17 and received his basic train- and Mra. William Guiltier and
Ing'at Camp Blanding After the Loses Beth and Kate. Giu-
pending a ten-day furlough here I, Uer 'of Honrarteed.l -


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!I ANNIVERSARY I It Suttdii'sMiami's .

t Deus! Metes. I Oldest Jewelry Store.


( There can be no compromise with

quality in selecting this all important

RADIONIC HEARING gift .. 'make certain that you

receive maximum value by the simple

AVtAJ ago this moatk Zealih/ .lotraA ear fomma hr.,.WI ai* euiluot expedient of visiting Sutton's
Lend-Udnex U..d... with this I. Avtnnuj wad SptuiDonoutitdaa
a in quality, precision lUdioeicHeni _MIl.Coot inlet first. . you'll.be delighted with our
> AiJ plcea 011I1$40.TbuI die Ztnltb lUJiMic tenure the shadow ,
beau the. Outaee due k....4 *.. of nlean foxa year l.fct No large assortment of stones and set-
ecu cf haubc.Only pceoUioa awn ebligmos1

Btoductiea sal etiiiuiHtMinof reedy tug 2555TH tings . .. ;and,.too you'll like ,the
t Hl.|amhoili awl dm foMible.tbdtf ....0IIIe .
i ,.*a dw 4m aafci eim| .I tf courteous consideration will re*:
\ : ae.U|veil fo the Im tine ta i9. ,ceire at Sutton'B:. ,.
tacit vert TiMy'M veaoag rtmr' M "
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-' -- YULE DECORATION, MENU IDEAS SHOWN Mr*. c. W. UUto MOL CcslsaoBonmarlkt : ..;
I Mrs. Lee Freed Mrs
I Evens I fend Mrs W. J. Logan and Mn .
r A Christmas program den soa-, MA.. Mphenson will be.hostess.etikttJ ... Andy. Tsrburg. .j
stratlng the making of holiday n etin en Jaax -
Present wereMrs. Morton
candies end showing novel Ideas Mrs STephenson. Mrs Geo N.Wakefield Mr. and Mn. R r: Lewis of : 'f
-- for Yule decorations was, given Mrs. Cecil Walker Coral Gables were dinner ueUot
MONDAY[ MUSIC CLUB HAS INTERESTING Tuesday by Miss Eunice Grady. M {.' A. D Smith Mrs. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. A. C Easton on 1
t I county home demonstration agent, Mrs.V. .. Siaemere. And s Sunday and Mr. and Mn. Sam t 1
PROGRAM AT. DECEMBER 11 MEETING for the Homestead club Mn *oa,' ** + :' Claude Campbell, program ehah Campbell, Mrs L. R Witt. on Wedoeadty '.
ties:$! nail,:MusU cub menu- Lonnie Hood Mrs. Cordon Jvey. man, eutUned special .recipe for \
tbecewpra.."enteitalned Dec,,41 at Mrs. A. M. Logan, Mrs. A. T Christmas mem. Mrs. Carl A>-
%> -b......-vf--trfn. J. W. English Hood, Mrs. J L. Burton. Mrs. A. dersoa and Mrs. Geo. Allen were I
W. Hutchinson UTS. Howard L. appointed easing chairmen. .,.
iMri.*JFDr Redd Mn Carl
Johnson, Mn. R. K. Edwards The helldar motif. wu' ear rIed .
Anderson and Mn. W. R. Bird n Mrs. Herman Marks, Mrs Frank out in a gaily decorated Christ ;
to- teases. Mrs. Frank Vl ui- Webb. Mrs Whitney Beam, Mrs. miss tree and in Savors which -
"man, tint 8..president, prestd- J Tom Vsna and Mrs. C. I. were Christmas baskets tilled R 1?
,' Chipley. Special guests of the with candles and nuts. Nut cake In \
.ed. group were Mrs. J. H. Daugherty: topped with apple sauce was \ f
A "History of American Music Mrs S. H. Davies, Mrs. Homer served with coffee by the hostesses (
from 1850 to I860' was given Davis, Mn H. G. Thunnan, Mix Mn Ceo M. Fries and Mn "
by, "111. William Payne followed Carolyn Lange and Miss Lena Adrian Jacobs a r., 1 11
b\m>M sgsL-Belo, by Mr Lewis Helen Martin. Mrs.. W. C. Morton and Mrs. asnro\ "
BrandopbiM, "The Rosary by nlalgr.A" v ,I
.Nil t. A, piano olo by Mn. "
!' '
Dave P."Webb, who chow Idylli"" SHOWER FOR MRS. WM. D, GfRAVATT GIVEN "
by McDowell/was followed by r BY MRS. R. POPE AND MRS. PEEPLES rSae ;
another piano election, "A LoveSoog"by
>> '
Venetians Suite and "A ),(1'1. Win D;Gravatt of Miami, and hostesses were: Mrs. R. X. .. il
Shepherd' Talaf'* by Nevin rendered the 'former Miss Ellen Venn ofHomestead Edwards, Mrs. John Martin Mn r
by Mn Julian H. Web 3. A. King Mrs. C O. Robertson,, "
ster. TheTcIosing number on the was given a shower Mrs. Charles Martin, Mrs Cecil .. "
afleraoona program was i piano I Dec T by Mrs. J. a Pope and Dodd Mrs. Robert McLnroy Mrs.
lolo by Miss Ruth Rutland Mn Wsudell Peeples .t.the homeof George Hudson, Mn F L. Irwm '
1 The rooms were) decorated for Mrs. Pope. ,Mrs A. K. Paul Mrs. Robert Allen :' WE SPECIALIZE ,
holiday season .with a large, Games and contests were enjoyed , Mrs. L B Crantford. Mrs. ; I
Sthe Christmas tree as the ,. and the gifts were presented J. Tom Vann Mrs.Wayne: Adams, ALL TYPES OF
|point of Interest. In a pink and blue basketto Mn Ormond Cub and Misses
:t Member present besides those Mrs. Cravatt by Diane Cash Mary: and Nellie Moon
'1ipqamed.werei\ Mrs John Which and Bobby Allen.PoInItttial Gifts were received from: Mn Permanent Waves .
arc!. Mrs S. L. West, Mn. Ivan carried out the ) R. Rutland, Mn Ben]. W
Moeer, Mn X. H. Gallaher, Mn Christmas motif In decorations Morris, Mn Winton Canon, Mn
Sam J. Davis Mr. Walter Gaby Home-made cake, coffee and James c. Varm, Mrs Herman Byftt : -
Mrs. Vane W Harris Mn. J. R. mints were served. Mn J. R Doney and Mn

.t Rutland, Mrs. Ceo. M. Trick, Mrs. Present betides the honor guest Howard Johnson. tI I Our salon is now open all day
six days a week. We are also

,i taking evening appointments JI

I for the convenience'of our pa- .

,. 'When. the War Ends i Irons who can not come In'

t \ during: business, hours.

WillYbu Be Ready? At your service here you will

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fou.r experienced operators
I ; \ "- . . :.. : !:: '. ,:.. -- .." t : Ruth Larson, :Mavis J

:\: / ,): WHEN THE WAR END THERE WILL BE Watts Irene' McVajr Alice ?

Sherard-all competent and i
'{ : ,'. :)"C' : GREAT RIVALRY FOR EMPLOYMENT. NOW anxious to please you. \



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/ 'Ten HOMESTEAD_LEADER AND ENTERPRISE __ __ December 15,1944,

r ;' ''' ; BUFF If DINNER SILVER PALM WSCa MEETS I Margaret Cabot, Mn. Ma Mor.
HM annual Christmas party The Perrin and Silver Palm H. R Case, Mr G. C. Wood i ii
,, ,, held by the Homestead Woman' WSCS group met Deo. T at the Mrs. Leroy fiprankle: Mn. David
11J; II Club U set for December 21 this !,mine clubhouse for an all-day i Merritt, Mr J. t. Comfort ,:
JII SANTA CLAUS WILL ATTEND REDLAND ; lear Mr. Chris Petersen J* chairman I session and luncheon "Beyond i Mn. Maud Chandler Mra. Alva y I
4ii : of the party and nerving the Date Une" and 'Tale From Crouse, Mrs. R. A. Holmes and,
.t P. T. A. CHRISTMAS PROGRAM TODAY with her are Mrs. Adrian Jacob, ,I Southeast Alia" were reviewed. Miss Birdie Strickland..
ii J
Mn. r. B. Green, and Mr*. K K.foulk Pretent) were: Mr*. 1. L Doolit- ----- 'I
;A gaiily decorated Christmas teen are Louise Taylor, Jane I Ue. Mn Arthur Harris, Mn I Saturday evening Mn. Sam J.
r tree and Santa Claus' I I Goaaman, Julia Engel Barbara, Each member U asked to brine Paul Van: ,Landlngham, Mi*. Ed Davis wa among the tr-dlitr.t| : .
and Sprinkle. Patricia Talbott, Robin. a guest to the party which will Farnell, Mr*. Y. E. Blanton. Mr*. (Continued on Page Twelve) J /
oranget> j ,
Ft Id, Barbara Guayna Betty be held in the clubhouse and tom l .
found today. Dec. 15, Ann Thomas, Nancy Hunt, Patricia , reservations by oiling one
J Redland P. T. A. Join Watkins. Joar Pattenon, of the committee member.
r ; mentary grade of that & Lola Ann Roberta Joan Kill: A buffet styledinner will be I ,
the annual holiday Melba Amen Joan Bryant and served and an exchange of gilt IF YOU NEED. '
+ nounce Mn. Ceo. H Betty Shriver. if to take- place. .
P. T A. president. In."Cantlqu de Noel" are Sam I <. -
I '
Mr. Wm. H. Turner Engel, LeRoy Hill Charles Chamber -! WORTHY MATRONS GUESTS (
t committee of room i Stephen Llgelkl, Benny i Pill MRS. OUN EDWARDSWednesday i AUTO REPAIRS ,;
be In charge of the Kufeldt, Lyle Skaglund. David
a Mn George Cooper li ; Borgardt, Tuck De Garmo, Jeannette evening Mr*. Olin
1{ dona chairman, Mr*. S. : Wagner, Alene Odom, Ruth Edward, worthy matron of Nil-I WELDING,; I I I1' f
., Rift arrangement ,Ream and Diane Lounsbury. ranja Chapter O. E S., was \ ,
Mn A. L Campbell, Manier"I ten to. other worthy matron of LUBRICATION ';
The choru will be competed the district In the home.of .Mr, '
man A play, "O|Holy ', pupil from the entire school. Limit Htnant In Miami. ; j ; f
Coop .
The reader 1* Mia Barbara TIRES '
tie presented by the
the accompanist, Mia Lena
; MEETS- .
h at 1 o'clock In the BUSINESS CIRCLE "
Helen Martin the director, Mn II
t S The part of Mary li Eva Fletcher, Mr*. Flora Vihlen AT CRANTFORD HOME , GAS. or OILYou're ,
Marion Walker; Joseph
and Mn. Ruth RuuelLMr I The L. B. Cnmtford home
O lderko: angeb. by BU.I.I
the meeting place for the ,
dall, Alma Lowe and *Thomas Royal has arrangedto .
Women' Circle of the
Jones: wise men by to- Santa Claus preient. Baptist Church Monday. Duringa Headed for ,. ., f '.'

Web al. Bobby r; shepherds Sommen, by The Dorcaa Claaa of the First Crantford mlsaionary reviewed study period the book Mn,I .
Church will hold business
Baptist a .
Short. Bobby Core ] '
onell, Stanley and social meeting at :S p "Pray YeFollowing Triangle Garage & Service
+ Chamber and Richard i m. Thursday at the home of Mn the session refreshments .'" .. .
In the "Away in a M. P. Walker. member were In served attendance to the even Campbell 1 Dr. & U. S. No. t'

r. .. The next refuar meeting of
:} the group will be Jan. 1 at the
home of Mr J. R. Doney. :

j.t;', { TOM TAVERN AND BILL'S You can't wipe this out with your tears!: -I

Home Cooking That Brings You Back

(Our Chef Was With FolUard'l for Six Years)
} Sirloin 8teak-__ 1JW Hamburger Steak- ... a t u
'T-Bone Bf ak_._,..J- LSS SpaihetU and Meat Ball .CO ,
f Porterhouse Steak._...__ 1.00 Cheese Omelette_ M I II
I Lamb ChoM.___ .. 1.00 Ham Omelette____. 40
f One-half Chicken .. ...." 1.00 Chicken Liver Omelette. 45
One-fourth Chicken .75 Home Baked Unit Ple._. .11

i Salad French FrIes Hot Roll served With Dinner


Federal lUy. at Avocado Dr. ''I'elepholletUS



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i 'TAn'S 70 LATCIl.t I
t MIMSEIl OFCON5RSS Y..r lighting M. aie paying .....'. forgotten Peal He...... I I Ir.o
kwh IM Jtf tat Pearl Harbw, Bataaa sad doe tIteoi....af ether
that M that win live la .. aims .|.al aMMahy by the
f..,.* But Wt t load way Tit t* J9 fc nlM. Year Bead li .. I.. I
ToII-h... ih* goal Uiull.au atallaMt ea who It.. going toeat
will be ..11eot.t w Ie rem the laps la Aabaf

We, at ...., ...'. fight dwkl.W m lama .( tba raeib-it'a
to ....Id... with our Wjn.Y going to take owe IUJIIrf__
wa aaa help isle, by Setting at I600JMO such, sore .-47
II (Answer next weeks, Wu.4 the M War LM Drive Thunderbolts et tSO, M ae with; avert dollar we M> ampetofetatr mere ., ova, type of materiel.A.d .

to last week's ad --- This la evary Aauri ,.,......, wpm yes "yBda
_', Doi ,. $100 Bendnaad '
war. aa are raving for' s
Hawaii, on July 6, ISM. lion yew
ioat wait; till you're lessee awl the future .! your alierw ..atA
Par....ft*twill Job akMiYear ..-,.,.Don't pat k ofbsythat.sins

.Beads prove thirties Bead ted.y.
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s Do 'your share inVotectingr- the American . BUY, -AT LEAST .N.EXTRA MM" WAR BOND TODAY
Way of Life: Invest regularly War Bonds. e. wow L..www e. t Two .Y ,

Start TODAY t ; 0.1 .;
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advertisement I contribution to America' all-out effort : t
This s war by : :.
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". December 15, 1944 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Page Eleven


: First insertion lOe a tint; subsequent 'InatrtioniSea.

2-STORY MODERN\ HOME\ . line .-

Four bedrooms two lots f' FOR RENT PERSONAL
off highway
garage. Right I ___ ___

$4300. Terms FuR RENT-Reasonable. Single I(FREE! If EJtceu acid cause you
room, modern conveniences' paint uf Stomach Ulcers, In4Ugectlon

Walking distance POBox S38., Heartburn, Belching,
Homestead (pdlJ Bloating, JIIa_ Cat Pains
', get fret sample Udga at
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GROVE .HOME I ONE ROOM to rent. Men only! Brown: Pharmacy (pmy2t

,. 301 N. E. 1st ave (pdlJ) I
30 acres, 26 in grove. 4-bedroom house barn. Good residence IF YOU want to let married,
ROOMS and apartment Heason- write Box IS, Vancouver, Wash.
section. able ratea. hot water and ihow. lJ21t1)
. era Palma Hotel. Florid City

", . $9000. Terms. FOR SALE WANTEDSPOT

CASH for any typewriteror
PLACE your order BOW for homegrown adding machine Furniture.jewelry ,

GROVE AND CHICKEN FARM turkey. Phone JS8-R tools.dove bought In
between 4 and 1 p. nu (pdl) any amount We buy tell, or

trade for about everything. The
20( acres in the heart of the Redlands, 18 acres in grove. SIMMONS Inner spring mattress Swap Shop, Free Blttg. Flatter
toe single bed.
Practically new
Ave dStf
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Modern 3bedroonhouse. garage, packing house, big barn, Phone M4-W. (ellI) I(IHOUSE WANTED by middle

tool shed feed room. Hen house (capacity 1,000 hens), GREEN canel'i hair coat with I aged couple without children.
raccoon collar: Alao tan polo Man steadily employed In civilian

.'8 pullet houses IS runs. Chicken buildings equipped with coat, same material. P.O. Bos Homestead business Beit

'..,. . ' N J38 Homeatead. (pdJJ) I care alien of house and tuninishings.
lights and water.: '' :',. '-. Box A-1ST, Leader
3 ,, : STOKES Tomato Enterprise Homeatead. (dltf)
Seeda may be purchased Den-<
22000. i' .
Terms ulnf Seed Co. 202 Sunset dr.. WANTED TO BUY Green Pigeon
.t:: ,* i.. .' ""i' i South Miami and Glade and Peas in pod. Will pay highest

,',' Grove Supply, Princeton. prices. & Rosen, IF.: 13Sth SL

:: ,I (pd211) New York CUT. __ .. (pJ28)
'j. ,; !
acres good farm land near Homesteadair WANTEDExperienced ;
,1051 on highway ,, bookkeeper for
: base.. ; Tractors.Trailers round position. year

full particulars first)
:. j $135 an acre tN
,. Home made Ford letter. Box 36, Hornet

Tractors with 6 Rub- stead. (n101

ber Tires. Light 1
WANTED-Job. dish washer ok
Trailers ready to go.. clerk by able-b odi4 d woman]

; Sty Lei, Realty Also Second Chain. Hand I' prise Box44. at Leader-Enter(nlOtQJ T ,

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-4": ,,.""... 4g P4a "," Wolfe For termite extermination :

a MARY R STADIG Registered Broker
ret in touch with
J' '" ., j> Auto Wrecking


phone 391-J HemesUad. Fla. TERMITE CONTROL

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CHICKEN MANURE:-You load 744-W p. O. Box :MS: ; a

and bald Pine Ridge Poultry Hollywood Fla.
Farm. 3 miles west Florida City

\ Phone 2S8-W, (alJtt)
J, ," !"!!"!!!"!!'!"!!'!!''!!!'!!11"!!!!!i' [,["", " "" '''''"1111"1" !!" !!!" !!" !!;!"!! !;II'' " "" I! [ I! ,;",!:,,1i'1 I
1 FOR HOLIDAY Season ....ellI.I.

; NOTICB' Of APPLICATION FOB rate Iro. 0110. Tb..U ann"t of' said I' .. aeoordlac to law the cropwtr d* rooted polnaettlai, also all kinds
TAX property aada tho Mid GnYlat4 Ie- _111oo\ tkmli ..;! bt will ta the kithoot of ornamental shrubs and trees '
CHAPTER IT4M REACTS Of IMS .a.d .... In tbe name at Uab.own.L94 bidder at the Court Haw door aa for Prempt
"I 3.. Blk U, Carol Gables Rlrnigod. too drat Moaibr hi the mouth af J..- Sunny Grove Nurseries, 2 miles
,-. NOTICE:.Tn'mViBY GIVEN that L Part 4. Plat Book tl. Pun .,. la IUUT. ,.... wbfek b tko l" day of Jew west of Florida 'City (n24U
a. BARRIE, bolder af CITY OP CORAL tile City of Coral Gobi... eou.... of Dada.Slato vary. III!.
. GABLK8 T.. Ortfl.._ No. M7. WM. of Florida at omkraood !. OrUft- voted this tOlk day of N_..... 1N4.E. CAB SERVICE
HIIt.IM.,..d Mil. b..M th.Jtk taCarUflcalea ..,. No. 'ttl. Tno aa nmont ofd/ R. I.KATHPKMANrbrk: LASTREWARD
: '" Jn. 4. ., IN'. k.. file .... .. property Under the laid Cortlfleat av CIr..." Coni
I.' MY 11M. Mad h. Made ,11001100 for mod .... In Uw ...... of Unknown Dado Coo..... F1 rIoIo. at reasonable rate
I, : a as dead be lie boned tII-. amid Lot II, Blk 14. Coral Gables, Riviera (Clmrit,Court Saillor I
embrace tile following .... Ran Part 4, Plat Book tl ,... 47. lathe By ... N lOHNION. D. C.Nor. .
; .Mritad aroaortr. l. tb* County of OiaV.auto City of Coral Gables. County of Dad., ( 14, Doe ,. .. 16. 1944)N&ICR jOST_mall brown ng-tailed:
''p of Florida, ta-."lp..rr' Sate af Florida H onkrarad. hi OHitl- Day Phone ............ 9108
Lot 4, Coral Gables RlrnraaW rate Na fate. T%% -.meat of mild | monkey Responds to name of
; : Boo SI Pan tl. In property ender the .:: C.rtlfkaa. issued APPLICATION FOR J| Bingo. Tame, but don't try to i
Night Phone ........ 239
.... City ., Coral Gab..... Covatr of was In the same of Unknown TAX DEED:
l>ao., aial M Florida ao anbnmd laCortlflral Lot K. lUk 14. Coral Gables. Riviera File MTUMoth grab It. $10 reward for Its capture V
. UTI Tk ananniHrt of Do*. Part 4. Plat Book II. Pun 47. ta \0 Wr.br ilvoa thai Cocll and IS reward for Information '
'd now pronrti soda th* mild OrtUkat, the City of creel G.b.... Coaaty of Dodo Adrian Dowries Mdon aa amuse alCHr aQvePUne HOMESTEAD CAB SERVICE
liunai waa (a the same of Unknown, Bate of Florida, u mbraead In Cortifkeata of Miami Tat CartlNeato Nuavkorad leaping to its capture I
r ..... t*. Bib, T4, Coral Gab'). No. Sill Tb Unseat af now '''1. ..... Uw M dar af Jaa 389-J or '108. F. O. tVO.: Plnaainer Prop. 3'3'I
t... Part Vf** Ruck *" P..o 111..1 property inorr the now OrUfkaH_. Ie- A. D. IMS, hai flM saw aortlflcala lar Plianmer. Homestead Cab Co.
tka CHr of t..iaI'l able Couatr "' lord was In the of \J.k atrbo, and kao mode apvlkatloafw
seal of P1.tteys..mbe..d tn Cfftlfl- Ualoai Mid Certificates dell ka Ul *..d to bow UwroM la aanraVoo (415)
.. with bw laid *.rtlf*"l. owbraeo
Uw baring doMHbM wmontr I
.Hunted In Boa Ooanty Florida ...It,
Lot H. black II. Little River Gas.
.... Plat Book t. Pan ... to the I
SVlITHETIC TUBESCAN of City Florida.Tk of II....... Coexist of Dodo, state TRACTORSArriving s

aninaniil of mid amaorty wa.on
the Mid <* late tao_ our la \
the Rene of tr.k ..'. 11._ said oartlfleata -
"shell W ndloaiod aooardlaw below '
.' tat dead .m kM those_s This Week

. BE: ;,REPAIRED tko Dote ITtk.. ebb oar IW.onr. af I...-D.ambse.,.. ?A. O. .A.d ... ,

yf s. .
lit fc WATftWllAlf.
Clark : 3.Com4r..shit,. . -- ....- j jt
jftl"j 'have Uw equipment and the eo. .. -
; ; e CIne" Court 8001 Oliver ((70)) Row Crop
"i", . .- experience.. to repair properly or .. N. JomeaoW 'Do e.

>}tt : :., : any kind of tvbe. ,Robber .or; rw roimrr ItJ1lCn COURT c-piete with rubber Urea ........ lights, readers,

metal valve stems replaced. DADA couirrr. ra.oamA-Ne. laws belt .-II."i. ph.laiat 4 scat, beery Imrbar, power

t MI mt/n. r. 7Fr or ,fttt.e..f., ". :lifl, ......take-eL ....

li korokr l a' that I koM flMW
z:, final mart and petition far Final

:LUBRICATIONGASPARTSTcXaco Dlaokan of B H P. Admlalarralrla Wrt. ......of, aad U. Ikala ovMM Come and See This,Tractor at the
tko lltk day of Dot.. 144. will onMlfta
ha aWe W. F. Blantoa, OoaM.fodao '
; of Dado Coaatr. Ftotlda. tor a*,
i Onf:-Stop pearl dh-hews of now no Admabtrairla thai tart ..d of for the find_ GLADE & GROVE SUPPLY CO.

R. P.IN" daaa..
k taw n\o d.lout.day of "... ,.... I'UNCZTOM'. FLORIDA t'
, ,\t; :TBD MOORE .: Prop; MART K. WICIJ" .
Maat.r.aa .. tar wMMo Talogii M a.t-J-1 F. OL 0M 1M
-Noah W" situ....
i ; Krone Are. Phone__9106 Doll IL nrl.. .
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page Twelve HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE December 1k '1944 ..,
I Pvt. Dean Sickle ha just finished ' the coming at the Zaps gave the
'* W. ,. his training at Camp faction a common enemy, to The CalendarMMMMMWMNHNMMNMWMMMM ':

| Standing and 1* now at Camp fight, and the entire land it banded I
OUR SERVICE MEN AND WOMEN i Meade Md. ... together now. SwMi MIMlM
pee IS- of
: I Th Chinese people look to the Demonstration I
Allen Kirk, gunner1 mate, J-c, United States leadership, and Redland Horn j
; '" .. .. .". I li undergoing advanced training out of the darkness of the war IClt'lb. : f. l.
-- --"----- In Washington, D. C. Allen hi, will come a brighter future tor ImtaUation of off acre 'f'II
--J..U- of Ad Aitr Chapter O. K: S. "
a ion of Ural| Howard Kirk of China. ,
year Mr*. Allen and their chile 1 II Dec 17-ChrUtma* party of
Jack W. Kemp Wounded i|dr n live at 1737 N. W 14th .C:. Gould : 1 American Legion and Legion t

In South Pacific Action I Miami. I Auxiliary V... .
A brother, John T: Allen thief CHINESE STUDENTSContinued I SOCIAL I Dee. 18-Itomestead'h. P. W,C. '
Mr, Beat! I, Kemp of Homestead radio electrician USN, arrived EVENTS Chrlitmar tree at borne/of Mr*.
received word from the Tuesday night after II months of ( from Page One) i W. K WaJton % ,* .
navy department this week that Pacific duty to spend a tQmih' invasion of Manchuria in 131 "" Dec 19--Ladle*' Mehrtt Lion
her son. Jack William Kemp, leave with his wife and children, by the Jopaneae. "Student fol- (Continued Front Page Ten) Club meeting "
seaman, J-c wa wounded inaction owed the troop or kept on themoe '
Judy, Jackie and IJ-month-cid grand repreeentative preaent at Dee. 20-Christmas party of
to place of safety whe>e
la the South Pacific area Irene whom .he had never $een. the home -of Mr Emma Judd In paragon Class at 7 p. m.
on If<<. St. further word i* expected When be report for duty, Mr. they continued their studies and Miami for a Christmas party Dec Jl-Chriatma* party ot
force at the
by Mr.. .Kemp. soon.f Allen will be assigned to the organized ube resistance related. which also honored Worthy Grand! Woman' Club of Homestead.
navel air elation In JackaonrOle Matron Maybelle Ramey ot Mi Dec 21-ChriBtma* party ofGleaners' ,
outbreak of the
. "Before the war
Banks Byrum Promoted ami. CUM at VSO building
students were children of wealthy .
Club' twentieth ]
.T. Second Lieutenant Mr, and Mn. J, E. Oauicni parent and attended clatae:to Dec. XI-Rotary and Christmas

hare received word that tIMIr101o study only the fine art*. Now A synod youth night service I anniversary at 7
Bank' Byron. f Mr andHn.tJ. party p. m. ,
MM MT-Sgt R. W. Catueo*, luu .
however, it I* not unusual ta
'amboth being planned by the S7 Chriatma party of .
young peo-\\ Dee. *
.. .,
r > , teacher and atudent* lapatched .
.. .. ,
ft* C the Hetn< 1 e4- .... RedlsdNeighborhood Club *t:
Qsassdce. (Va, dill week .* a to the South .Pdtlq areaBeamanX .
served ,Uttataaaat. ka the Marine .. . attire' or wearIDl. erelt toriesChurch' for Sunday. Dec bom of Mr. Md )Irs. Geo. P.Wright .!.
Mite, their, sane far the
Own ,**4. to ipeaidlaig a leave given!i"t tf
4 Tabu', BranneaVUn uniform typ of clothing . _
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Chrfctma. holiday, with_ 0.1 than technical,education; and they
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Houses, 'Furnished and Unfurnished .Acreage, Hand-decorated

Business and Income PropertySALE.. TABLE LAMPS

with pottery.

\ base

J Variety. ; ,

,of-styles 'r .:

to choose '.

-I.have.the mos -C8IRfIeteJi&t Rgs available.of'proper-: I from ',. '- l lI

ty in the Redland ''District:. lets ,with' or without houses . '" f' "': .

furnished or unfurnished; income property; busi- -Threeway

ness property; acreage for groves or subdivisions; and FLOOR LAMPa, .' '

many other attractive properties. / Silk shades ,,x' _\ ( :!

all-metal stand

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20 acres of land, ideal location for subdivision. Lights and BOUDOIR'LAMPS- ..

water available on property .-_._. .*1u.fp,..._"":-.....__ $12,500 -.ta' : 'y
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Furnished house and three lots ___ .._... '7,000
--coo M. :

House, partly furnished .?_,._._..ymuvt.. _.:-_.-:.,_......,.. 9,000 PIN-UP LAMPS ._.,.. .;..

160 acres of land, food for avocados, per acre.--...;.........:. 200' ,i. ., ...
Give "' C14 Z.c.
; you light ., :: \/
100 acres of land, per acre .....__........ ,...,...*>..._. '... 110 .i
I where want it
40 acres of land,.per acre ..-. *.. .-. :............:.--...;:._ 100 '
; 5!i '.. Maybe: used. .,; : ., ;

House, furbished _.... .... ...._ ',' 10,000
Fv* r A4 bed I laps: ' .:

2 Lots on Krone Ate., besfciew section., .3,000. .t

Income property in City of Homestead. ..1......._._ 15,000



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