Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00678
 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 22, 1944
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00678
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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VOL 3a-NO.; 61 HOMESTEAD.o'LOlUDA.. lJECBAtBI;}t 22. 19.U PRICE: FIVE CEN'l11f

f Krome( Extension to Lake Highway -

I. Indorsed by Dade, NiamifWest

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- .Steffani Awarded National ..14-MIL J CTED

i : Recognition inlAgriculture

.. I County Agent Cfcat. H Steffan! Christmas Decorations, Turkey Menu, AND TRAFFIC AREA BYPASSCOUNCIL
: on* of M/ county agents Iron I
.. 14e >I-tUtas recently presented cart To Make Bright Holiday for Air Base &I.'.<

> .iiifleatie for outstanding service to Redland District Chamber of

J: 'agriculture by the National 'Astoclatton Florida might not provide a and hit special services aectlon NAMES I Commerce effort U secure the

rr. of County Agriculture In outside at- Red candles 14 feet high, light extension of Krome eve. from
;,1" Agent In Chicago. The onlj white mosphere, but to Ferrying Division the trees service,, wreaths club and entrance lights carryIng with- 3 MEN TO PROBEHOUSING Tsmlami Trail 14 miles northweat
other agent In the state thus I to connect with State Road M
Ct's.at. the Homestead the holiday theme throughout -
honored Is S. C. Kleree ol Su I bate, Monday hat all the markings the building. "Yep. looks NEEDS wen pledgedthe support of the \
wanee County. Christmas," Dade commissieti MId the
like a very merry County
'. .., Mr. Stefftni has served li\ Dad of a bright holiday said Pfc Al Freed aad Pvt..Cole- Miami Chamber of Commerce In
Where food it concerned CWO Brooker Jr. W. H. Bird
Jfcountj since Oct. 16, 1928, two more Henry
? man Phillips as they strung
-assistant and 1.: B. Blackburn ware appointed letters reed Monday might at the
yean county agent John V. Baker, meet officer and tlnset on a tree."
an* .ifyears at .county agent hit kitchen staff are already by the city: council Monday directors' meeting The Key West,
; night u a committee to help
Chamber ot Commerce previiwnly
Christmas thoroughly table.concerned"We with had.the BIRD SUGGESTS work out a solution to the acute had indorsed the project;
.25%)MORE() GAS housing shortage here.
heavy four-engine Thankagivln Steps to alleviate the condition The estimated WM adl/ t"te4'
dinner," told Baker* "bu\; ,for CITY'MERGER OF were Initiated last week by Mayor by the ,locaf tehapber afford-
PJAED) HEREBY Christmas We putting on a tN, of +
,,, : T, J. Harris who requested short cut'prt truest pnoJuaebuyer
couple of extra engines for a Federal ,Sousing AdminiatraHietito "1I r. >p err to and (rom e
t s WHELPM ( I powerful spread/ "Turkey head I 4 DEPARTMENTS make a survey here to determine the Lake Okeechobee region and. 4
the menu a* -raatar Item with I if this section again can be I the central part of the stale In

1.500 pound increase over tke Consolidation jot'sanitation, declared t defense area with the addition being thotyef, the pro-
Some twenty-five perml-inon Thanksffivtntt amount bulging tM streets, parka and building departments resultant lifting of restrictions on postal route woulu circumvent: the
gasoline will be available here In mess hall refrigerator "There under one supervisor, building supplies.Rattlers traffic January at a result of concerted rnay 'be a' cigarette shortage; and the employment if one foreman Miami, Coral Oablet. Hialeah
action taken by South :Florid aald T-Sgt Herb W1 ktter. mea to direct the four merged area and would afford a d,re chambers of,commerce In seeking : Sgt., "but'we are getting eriougl department was proposed by Upset Growers unimpeded route from Key
increased gal quotas to meet from the commissary to give each Councilman W. R Bird at the 24-21 in Close Contest West to the Lake. \
farming needs, Manager Kit Carson I mal) a pack. There will also be meeting Monday night. Action
of the Sedland District Chamber I a good pile of candy, fruit and wit deferred until the next meet-, Redlsnd Rattlers Vipatt the favored
ot Commerce, laid this week. nuts at each plate" I Homestead Growers 14 the
Release of January quotas from I Inside decoration and atmosphere Ing.A permit wall Issued to'J. R. score of 24-21 in a tightly played: DRY SPELL
25 to 23 per cent short of actual I hat received the special attention McDanIel for the erection of a game Dec 14 at Redland.
farming needs spurred chamber of Capt A yin E. Reilly building at the city airport for Playing for Homettead were; BRINGSVORRY
action\. Mr Canon tald. In support I storage of dusting materials I Neeley, Murray, Hodges Jacobs,
'< l' Miami Beach, Coral Gables and CHAS. SELLERSKILLED the; death of Mrs. Haycock was Redland lineup were: Campbell, TO GROWERS

Fort Lauderdale chambers the sent. to City Attorney Ira C.1; Ross, aostmtn Walker Wagner

local chamber lent the following." NOV. 25 Haycock. and,Pope I IIi leek of sufficient rain tij thertomestead
telegram to SenAtor Claude Pepper r area It beginning to
and Secretary ot Interior Set for bring i worried look on the facet
Harold L. Icket stressing the ON GERMAN LINE Ii Christmas Party Is Sunday I I if the growers In this vicinity
damage: done farm operation by
I the last time
Field' Hospital "September was
the fat shortage: At .
County *
rain, states
had good
"* "Present shortage of gasoline to Pvt. Chat Sellers, formerly\ of l we a '
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I C H Steffani.
killed In action Agent
Homestead was
thli firming area seriously hlnaerrlng t tI
....r\;>, farm operations, move- in Germany on Nov. 29, according I A Christmas program of tongs dance, and Sylvia Barnes will cool, dry weather continues ,
, word received by friends give a Christmas reading. April I nuch longer It will be the long.
j "lueat of crop from field to ran to dances and music will be present had "\
with the Otiktnt will present a novelty eat: dry season we have :
He serving
.terminals and movement of trucks: here. was ; I
V Jr). ed 2 o'clock Sunday at the In need of \
which normally haul a good percentage Infantry and had been overseas at : dance, Dorothea Turner, Marilyn Everything: U badly
ot vegetables from South about five months. i Homestead Army Air Field hospital Bathes and Emma Jane Rives' Mtitiare. and there-la torn (rrliatlng 1\
:t tr; Dade County to northern martketsv Pvt Sellers lived here for about when Individual gifts and will do tap numbers and several being done III this area,
Quotas for neat month's five yean: and married the tor- I I fruit win be distributed to patients girls will present 'Rose of Ma- lie n ert8."So far tw4 too
..r gasoline Just received by local nee Mitt Shirley Harknest at I by the local camp and hospital Turks," a group dtnce. Dickie ouch damage baa bean dmoeof'rllepca&aIo'
gasoline agents are from 30 to 25 Princeton a teacher at lUdland I service committee: beaded by Kinard will play a piano sole crop. tt sUH. progressing
t' per cent short of actual ( High School. At present, Mrs Mrs. Adrian Jacob and Mn. Wm. The program was arranged by unit.earlier plantings are 'osiers'
,need.. : Your assistance annln'j Sellers It making her home .In 'J. Geronimo.Sherman Mrs. Green Rives. ag from the:lack of''.11\.1 .,
,,appreciated. . ."' Washington D C. I Edwards'Florida Keys I Christmas carols will be sung AVocado apd riUut ireown.rs.
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Orchestra will play and violin around the Christmas tree, dec alao, are turning to
\ i selection will be given by Pfe.I orated by members of the American ( Irrigating la order 10'1." their
Special Christmas'Services Set Norman Qoldblatt, Miss Mary' Legion Auxiliary who ", -1 rods 'tnoietur but everieH o1,
I. '' I Ellen Dearing will sing't t solo, assist Mrs. Jacobs' special committee loudy day brings .hope: 'Ot that
., "Far Sunday at Homestead_ Churches !Tallulah Webb_ wM sing and I In distributing the gifts. much needed "wetlng..*- .

'' CturlffMet": , will ,be observed Dr. A. L 1Surrr n.rector. The :80 Attend Lions dab's C of C Will Stage Membership Drive

,with tpfMprtate services by the chunH school program wilt be Annual Christmas PartyApproxltnetely I
, churches of the aret. presented at T 'p. m. Thutjday, To Finance Budget for COBUBg'r.ear'PIa.
\ A p of Q>rUtmst music Dee. 2{. eighty members,
will dl Sunday morning A Christmas cantata.: Teace on wives and guests attended the
sufficient m.aaberaltist,i. take
,. ac J pttcopal Church byti' Earth" will be presented by: thesenior annual Christina 'i.ty. of the for a Redland District Ug
: ,Julia Debater who will choir' of the First Met>>- Redland ,District Uont. Club Chamber ot Commerce drive to care .f this year1 mtieaMM *xpeMilvrea. -.
',' ( recruit stew members needed to Twelve IMMNH o"
a 'orgtnlst others did Church of Homestead at I Tuesday evening.
t'" j ... i"tj be:'Mrs. A.. B. ,'CIO* Sunday evening. Sololtti { An Joined in singing esroU: and help ftaaoe the budget adopted retted aince'.the ,txFmSttanf
e = he are tJtiJtV Zart,
. } Mrs:T Bois T. Tanner Mrs. will be Mrs. C. L Chlptey, Mrs. I t special Christina program waapresented. for the coming year were outlined meeting, .Id. ,
, '.Y. A. Austin. Mitt Ardel Partaan H. L.. Brandenburg' Mrs Lloyd, "The Gift of the Magi"by at the directors' meeting Monday tag, X. a BeraetV Dr. >*tt p J.
and Miss ADM Rhtney who Deiti. Mrs. B., P. Webb, Mitt O. Henry: was reed by Harry night by Membership Chatntan Wettgate, O. B. Paiher..,W. C
arffl give wed selections Mrs. Mary Ellen Peering. Harold Ly- Songdahl.' several piano! selectionswere Walter Weiss. na"" Hector 891. "Co,.
memberslilaa." FranaHai Orectry' ,D m* s Bntg. '
'9ttk. aXA\ wbo. will play the ors' VirIU.LJ'oII. George Rjneoo played by Mia Mabla.lhitb. Burton' BeartBv -
k Tarp, sod the cknrcB\4 pbeir. and Dr. Sidney H. Davies and thee Pope and Sylvia Barnes gave aKWrt. is Wore- theN last yeait-eaweU.I Il' Hotel-EedUnd.; '
Nom' BefogNow cited by Manager Kit rasaa :Dow% f: Bartlelfanti,*
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Corporal at India Base
Felton Brannen, son of Mr and
; Mrs A L. Brannen, has been I i
promoted to corporal in Calcutta,!
- India, where he has served for
19 months. CpL Brannen is a i
T-Sgt Thompson Injured Ensign Jack Krome, USNR son i
I communications linesman At the,
I n Philippines Action I I'hen of Mrs.on Wm.furough J. Krome after ,completingtraining has been present time his wife Is making 'J.1l to W.J q,. ,II.,1..I11 .,,:.", ,
her home In Rome, aa.. with her
T-Sgt Walter A. Thompson, I at North Carolina State I
j mother. a. ;
University In Raleigh ,/ iLl ga 1j"
USMC, Km of Mr. and Mrs. Pfc Archie Brannen, eldest J
ter A. Thompson of Redland son of Mr. and Mrs. Brannen, "
wal'1 I Lt. J. T. Godwin, bombardier 'Ad ewq :%
been wounded In action In on a B-23 In the Pacific war theatre is coming from Fort Lawton. o. aszdw&y '
Philippines and has been flown had completed 12 missions Wash, to spend a IS-day Christmas I
I,on Nov. 29, and had been to Sydney leave at home. Seaman, Joe,j. 71Ufll"J its c,..,yea
to Hawaii for hospitalization according I Australia for a rest Lt God.I Emory Brannen, his wife and
to a letter received by I win who went overseas last summery -. their baby daughter, Andre, arc'
his parenU. ) Js a son of Mr and Mrs R. I expected from Tltusvllle to spend I
Sgt Thompion bits been fit, service .!,LGodwin of Homestead Another the holidays here. jI j I II
Since Sept. .. IM", and was son, Signalman Barney Godwin I I i iyV
serving at Pearl Harbor at they USCG, took part In the I Aviation Cadet Wm. E. Me-;: Jl
Mlchael..m arrive this week
'time of the Jap He waaoverseas Philippine Invasion 'I'
three and a . end from Balnbrldge Ga, tot {
years MW action \
at Guadalcanal. Midway, Mrs Nell Jeffrey has gone to ; spend the Christmas holidays withMrs. ]I
Guam and other poMts In the CentervlUe. Miss. to visit Sill .. Mc-Mlchsel's parrots, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Done,. Mr. Mc- rRedd's
Pacific before comlag home on Jeffrey who Is stationed at Fort R. I
Jeave In November, ms. Mr, and ,Van Doren Mrs. Jeffrey Is the Michael has completed his.Course .
lira. Thompson vUlteVjiiiit In former Miss Tnelma Rhodes I at Bainbridge and will be '-i ::
I ad-1 I Dry Cleaners
California 1.. June Just before he signed to another field for
T-Sgt John W Banes who was
vanced pilot training. .
shipped again for overseas duty.
,formerly stationed'at Homestead a a a
'i Army Air Field Is serving now in Pvt Fred Rhodes, who recently -
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Delma Rhodes Injured England. Mrs. Ball...'the former spent a furlough: here with his|, t tI
In Combat in Germany : Miss Lillian Andrews of Homestead parents, M. and Mrs. J. F. Rhodes,+! I
U making her home here. is stationed now at Camp Hood.
Pie Delma Rhodes suffered a, "D'. ."-
sprained back In November while iMIINiTlTllllimT
In action with the U. S. infantryin .
Germany his wife has been '
advised. Although still in a hospital -
he is expecting to rejoin
his outfit toon.Mr .
*. Rhodes and their infant,
son James Delma, Jr. who was
f, born Nov. 29 are making their ( <
home here. Pvt. Rhodes is the To You

Rhodes elder son of of Homestead.Mr. and Mrs.. J. F. : 'r tee

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CpU Herbert Booth son of Mrs
Arvnia Booth, has been released ,
from an army hospital In Trance t' .
where he recelven treatment for
combat fatigue and trench foot.

Cpl Booth and has went been overseas in action In with August :; tarp H ',f J 4{; and : to Wish. You: ,"

Patten's He U temporarily -
pen. I
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center "
at i replacement .
awaiting reassignment I n
a I AND-'Hi\jPINE8S')
Chief Boatswain's Mate Harry ,
Lee Finder, USNR. la stationed
temporarily at Camp Bradford, I
near Norfolk, Va Mr. Finder recently I i1t FOR CHRISTUASIt
spent a 30-day leave herewith It p
his wife, the former Miss I
.Edna Booth after 20 months overseas ,.
where he won the Silver .'.
Star for participation In five malar 4''I'' t

Sgt Jesse Theodore Arrant, US 4 11('
F MC, Is on furlough here with his 1
parents, Mr and Mrs. John Arrant -
after duty In ,the Pacific.
a :.
Pvt David Barnes, USA. win 04
report Dec. 26 to Fort McClellan. All. tti
+ Ala., after spending a furlough
here with his parents Kir. and .
Mrs ,3, D. Barnes. .
Pvt. Luther Curl 1s stationed

> now with the army In Camp e
Meade. Md. Pvt. Curl was re- t .
cently here on furlough with his
wife and sons. Roy and Dm, and
d Ma mother, Mrs. Bcsula Sander


T-Sat Roy Martin. son of Mr. '

and Mrs Chat. a. Martin was : OF HOMESTEAD ;
classified In Santa Ana, Cal, for CITY:

limited duty and Is being sent to .. ... .,
the army air forces hospital at , ,' E
Keeeler Field, Miss. foe correction '
of a foot Injury received .. : :, f "i T. J.:, Partial Mayor '. ; ". +
he balled out of a B-IT N a : .I' _
' a Wyaav president of Cem eU '
while on a combat mission over ; 7 -,
ii E. Edwardt, park : ; d .
last summer. Sgt Martin : <
Europe . ;: : :; '
was. recently. home on turough . : ,fW.
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Pvt. Faux Bullard has reportedto ,. "
R. Bird'Sanltatlon T. E. Klrby/Flnance
Camp Meade Md. after spend- '
IRe a furlough in Quincy with E, B.,Blackburn,' Library, Bldj. B. W. Morris, Party .' 'I J. :

his parents Mr. and Mrs. r. O. ". a Brooker, Jr,, Fire and Streets Frank B. Rue, Light; and Water
Bollard and la Homestead with
his brother-in-law and aister, Mr. \? ',
and 14... Alvin D. Simmons Pvt ; :
Bollard was formerly training : : ;

.*'t. Camp S..:"MOFIt.I---ruali*Wheeler- Kendrick, near Wacon.' ": : :.' ' : ; ;i', ; ') ,t ,\;; : ', ,, :;: : ;)tt 1

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CHRISTMAS AS GREETINGS l : ;... .;. '6 )

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'.. 'The.messageof:: good will that emanated from

:' i Bethlehem" ,,2OOO'.Years ago not only transformsthe : ..

world at Christmas time but is also the foun-

dation of every honest transaction. We depend 'r'

. upon your good will; you depend upon ours.


Your good will has been a priceless asset to us .. ..

during 1944 and other years. We thank you for

the confidence you have placed in us and wish

: 'for you the manifold blessings of a happy Yule- .

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HOMESTEAD LEADERAND I transportation delays They .are the regular weekly food parcel I

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Though the Chimes TollBy Triangle Garage & Service '\<

Homestead, Florida,
Annie Mijrhtw Fitzpatrick Campbell Dr. & U. S. No. 1 '
You mutt make the hells jingle
for somebody else,
Tho deep in your heart toll the ,

J For chimes jour personal sorrows and J

worries and grief "....H. ,.'" .
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The hollly and garlands and tlnt I
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Tho they remind you of those \
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That war mothers wear on '. ,
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It happened the answer was no"

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And later will come that long- .
aaked-for good will ; ( ,
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f, have peace.Christmas ,

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4 American Red Cross package
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) preparing a turkey dinner, complete -
I to plum pudding ai well
f. a* small gifts are being dlitrlb- :
l' uted this year to American Prisoners -1 I :,
.: ,1\ of war and civilian internees -

i auch Included gift held Item in the Europe a* games, ellar.1 Merry Christmas and'New a :

cites. pipe and tobacco wash
"I clothe and picture of typical
I. American cene*. Candy nut,I .,
fruit and chewing gum are Included
In addition to the plum 'i Itk

t t; pudding The package were prepared In I

.i, August to allow for Christmas I II't . :Happy YearN \

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HOLIDAY RUSHIN Housewives Urged to Check Prices ", .,

FULL SWAY\ As Part in Drive Against InflationHousewives Texaco Barbecue "i iAIRS.

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AT POST OFFICEThe are urged to cooperate I play of red white and blue EDTCAKD D. CABER MIT. ;
la the nationwide grocer-I posters, window stickers and baa-
ners, and OPA wilt use national
Homestead port office ..1 consumer anti-Inflation campaignby 1 radio, newspaper and magaaine! / : ;
handling a jj percent heavier checking: all grocery: prices advertising to educate housewives Regular Meal\ 1
Christmas mall thin last against the OPA price lists pub- a* to proper use of OPA price
, year'Jlthed( In local grocery stores Hat*. ; .- :
report Postmaster S. E Livingston Mr*. J r. Hammett, chairman: of Short Orders '
who bu hired two nw employees the price panel of the local war Dorris Ada Wins / ,
for the holiday Maun. price and rationing board, said "
Cold Drinks :i 'I"
"Fifty per cent of the mall we yesterday. Honor in Essay Contest .
Three lilts for "t
"dry groceries
handle now Is from military
for fresh fruits and vegetables Dorrl Ada Dodaon Homestead
sonnel living in thla area and the and for meat*-tr* portedconspicuoudy High School: senior, was listed ALL KINDS OF SANDWICHES ID ,
other cent is .
fifty per our regular In .
stores In among the ten students whose
civilian service* he said. accordance with OPA .. '.
regulations essays were judged best of the
"When the train are off Mr*.. Hammett said. TO TAKE OUT
4 000 submitted in I Miami Herald .t :.
schedule the mall delivery la late Food merchant have pledged contest '
Sometime we don't get mail at i wholehearted support to the prC B.rb.ralean Smith '
won second .
the scheduled hour and it finally tram to hold prices down, and 'A
are place at Homestead
High and ;
arrives with the second delivery. Inviting their customers to call William Newcomb and 8. Krone Ave At Fourth St. ;
That dumps a double load on the their attention to out-of-llne Rosemary .. j
pric- Burk won first and second places: J
office" e*, Local stores will advertise the
respectively at
The earlier in the day letter nation-wide campawith dis School. Redland High ,1
;prf mailed, he said, the better the .', 1
service the post office can give.

Mrs. Sadie Mueller Dies

In Dade County Hospital

Mr. Sadie AbblgU\ Mueller. 84,
died Dee IS in Dade County
HoiplUL Funeral sendees' were
conducted :Wednesday afternoonIn
Woodlawn Cemetery In Miami

by the Rev, L. B. Crantford, pastor -
of the First Baptist Church. '"
of Homestead. Arrangement I
were made by the Turner Funeral I| I

Home \ lose
Mr*. Mueller had made her
home for the put 12 year In
South Allapattah Gardens She
leaves no known relative
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Frank A. Wildman Dies

At Home in Ojua Dec. 15 .'
Frank A Wildman, who while
living in Noranja In 1928 made
resulted In the!
the survey which " organization of the Homestead .
Presbyterian Church died Fridayat
Mi home at Ojus Me was i
burled Monday from Westminster I ,. "
Presbyterian Church In Miami of .
which, wa an elder ,
Before the organization of the .,,'-.
Homestead church, Mr WUdman
organized a Sunday _hool !taJfaranJ ,
*. When the church waestablshed
here, he served a* an. MERRY CIIRIST3IAS\ "
Sunday school tuper.inipndent
elder and a*
and he and his entire .
family. were charter member '. .r'" "
-Mr.Vndman leaves his wife '
VivIan $. 1'1 ..,
and a daughter Mrs '- ;: '
\ It rt
Moore, both of Ojus, and a son. ) i I
Campbell M., of Miami : WeSe got it on good ant J
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:\ thority that this "
NEWSBy town is among

Jenny -4). .P v'* .. .: ." ",the 'first aloflfr Santa Claus' :
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The- Girl Scout had a Chrl t- :: \ -, . . route, and that ,Jie'g scheduled .< J.
at Sally Su- . i .
ber's party house.Tuesday Regular attendancewas \ :. , to make a Ion.It... here ., .,;, : .

counted. Several gameswere ; \ ,
;:. "
Refreshments :'t- ,
d. / '
served land gifts were given Nadeln out -' ..' .. We hope that "Santa Claus . :
were: fr

Those, present RosemaryShirley DiicinesRuehle Ann . will be good to you", and that .. : .. .;,
Sarnea. Joyce: j ... this holiday
Plummer Sylvia ." time will be one of : "
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Irene .. 7. 7
):nnla F
AnneSchuller, .
exceptional joy to and
you your
gin .
Mart line ,. .
i Fllan. Rennl '
Marth. -
Hamker.Devil RebeCc, :.za Nell Roman, family. :
Lee ,

Miry beg, Jenny Catherine Lou Davis, .Mra.l'rlnk Fred Sally Su- ; '. :

and the hostess
L. :

. Suber. 1 .
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!CAM OF THANKS 4 :. to .
I, We with to express ow 'pp'station , .) '. ." ,; : ,k : .
each act 01 klnd'Yasshown : .I

118 for during .out recent bereavemenR 'FLORIDA EAST COAST FERmiRCO.: 1

.the Moye r...... .

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I WM Marjorie Fogle, a Junior
t at Duke University, 1* spendingthe IJ J
: In and GroundHomestead holidays with her parent, :$
Mr and t"s A D Fogle. ,
Lt Mn. Wm. Wlngo ; .1
and Ma). and Mn. K. X. Hatke
aU of Miami Beach, spent Sunday
t ; Jacob here with Mr. and Mrs. Adrian '

Mr*. Fred Chapman of Quincy I
Coach Bill Gear of Damascus Mrs. Lenon Crocker of Santa and her daughter Elaine visited IJ
High School and six of his bas- Rosa, Cal., is spending the winter for several days recently with
.1" ketball player were entertained here with her sister-in-law, Mr. Chapman'i brotherinlawand
\ her Wednesday night at the Mn W. It, Walton. lifter, Mr. and MraT Alvin ,
s homes of Mr. and Mr*. T. X. Kirby p. Slmmonl. They were..ccornpa-
. Mr. and Mn. M. C. Law-, Mn. H. T. Johnson of Wrlghts- nled back to Quincy by Miss Bel- The friendships and: patronage
rence and Mr. and Mrs. E. L. villa, Ca. and daughters, Misses legene Bullard who will spend the _
Lawrence. The team was returning Jeanean and Joyce, will arrive holiday there with her parents,
from an encounter with Dec 24 to visit Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Bullard. you hove accorded Us are worthy I
the Key West high school Howard I* Johnson.
Green Rives arrived Carla Joyce Hobaon. Margaret :
yesterday indeed of and
our hearty
I .. Mr*. Russell ScheU of WashIngton from Bartow to spend the holidays and Betty Stillman Patty Robin-
D. C.. who has been visiting with his family. ion and Joy Lee hove arrived
o I her parents, Mr. and Mn from Montverde School to spend SINCERE THANKS
R. B. Brown, will leave tomorrow Miss Marilyn Ernst is visiting Christina at home.
t t to spend Christmas In Atlanta friends and relatives In Chicago Jl Jl.Tapp
with Maj. Schell Mrs. Schell I and Springfield, 111. and will return ! Mr. and Mr*. U J. Williams ; GkiUtmal ,
t will return to Homestead early In : to Homestead early In Jan; and baby have moved .from Fort you* >
t January Lauderdale to' Winter Haven
I I ual'7.Mr. when Mr. William .I* employedby and r" Nara
f Capl and Mrs. John W. de Mil- and M--; M. Holfertywill the state road department.
I I' ly. Jr.. are announcing the birth leave Saturday for Jacksonville M.... Wllami I* the former Min .
,. of a ion, John III, Dee. IS In I to spend Christmas with Leola Little of Homestead.Mr f .i.
II Douglas Aria. Capt de Min, Is their son-in-law and daughter .
stationed at Douglas Army Air Lt. and 1'41'1. Floyd Arpan. Lt. and Mn. R. D. Enlow are ,",'
\, Field. Mrs. de MUly Is the for Arpan who Is stationed at the moving to Pahokee to assist Mr*.
jt J mer Miss Jewel Turner, daughter Jacksonville Naval Air Station Enlow father, O. A. Morgan In .Homestead Hardware Co. i
of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. the operation of the Morgan grocery .
O. Turner recently was promoted to full "
of Homestead. lieutenant there. J. G. Wynn, Proprietor $

Mn. Stanley' Wlttkop I* visit Misses Helen and Susan Pope Guests of the,Rev. and Mrs.,U v
I' ing In Oceanside Cat, with her students at Agnes Scott Collegein B. Cranttord Sunday were Mill "
husband, pfc. Wlttkop; USMC. Atlanta, are spending the holiday Betty Hogue and Billy Hogue oIJ 1J
J who recently completed a guar, *-with their parents. Mr. and (Continued on Page Seven) '.
termaster training course. Mrs. Lawrence Pope.

Mr and 1'41'1. W. O. Bryant of Miss Ann Shackleford and
i Blakeley Ca, former residents of Miss Myra Bell students at Stetson ,
Homestead. are spending the'win University in DeLand are :
ter h.... spending the Christmas holidaysat
their homes here.
t Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bucking
ham of Baltimore are spending Nicholas Wallace, pastor of the J'T'4
Christmas with Mr. Buckingham's Eleventh Hour (Seventh Day Ad-
brother-in-law and sister Mr. ventlst) Minion hen, plans to ""' -" ;
I ,. and Mr*. Ceo. W. Turner, Jr. leave Dec 24 for Madison College .'" 1
llenn. to resume studiesIn ,
x Mrs. Goodloe Warden of Manchester preparation for mission workIn .J
Tenn., I* spending Christmas the West Indies.
hen with her mother, Mrs ',j,
Maud Chandler, and her brotherInlaw Bruce Scott has arrived home ," ;
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. from Alabama Polytechnic Institute -
Hugo Vihlen. at Auburn, Ala., to spend the
. holidays hen with his mother,
' Mr. and Mrs J. Frank TJmphrey Mrs Ruth Scott. : ,
1 k' of Miami visited hen recently
.I for a few days with Mr. Urn- Dr. and Mrs. A. M. Logan and
,: ) ' brother-n-law their IOn, John are visiting with
ter-in-law.. relatives In Davidson, N. C., during -
. Booth. the holiday



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'.. cat b '((1"f ; __ '* from 4 till .11'p. m. 1
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.IIJt ; Christmas Day [ :0' ' (

f.i i .. lit Addition to Our Regular Chicken and Steak,

v, 'Dinners -
; _1hfA. ., i '" ti?

._ ,L -1i' tfIra TOM .&BILL'S : :

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L" :December 22 19.u _.: HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE : ," ( Pays Seve. :: t

n Church of God observed "What make you look to old?" I
IN AND AROUND Christmas last Sunday with a "Trying to keep young." I '
program In the chllJ"dl-not. 1 1I
HOMESTEAD party a* the Leader-EaterpriM of "Trying to keep young?"

Dec. II stated. Yea, fix of them." I I

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VUmt and Capt and Mr*. Hu S I
bert Fisher of Cbattanoogo and
their son, Tommy C pt. Fisher
it stationed now In Nassau and -
baa \been visiting in Miami with I
Mrs Fisher and Tommy who All.Good i+
are spending some time there. MEnrey
Ai T:':.,

Carey Crantford, ton of the i
Bev and Mr*. LB. Crant/ord. CHRISTMAS
tim t ts.rn to Tennessee Dec Cheer 1
30 to return hit studies at the ,?

University of Chattanooga. On '. REASON I
,the way horn, Carey visited' for _
wend day in Fort Pierce withclawmate .
sass the New ,
a Hajkew Stanton.
1 My w. enj you our tin- AND U4f V141)1)
Y *r, be blessed
may you
UJ?. T. E. Hodges; ; and ton*. ores food wishes for a TUANU roil mxrraixe.
Tom and John, will spend the y with! .very hspptaes. .
holiday In Miami Shorn withIn glorious happy Christina

) Hodge mother and broth-
i *r. Irtn John A. Rick and the Your Ie k friendship we x.31Overseas.
Rev. Ceo. a'Rick value hlghljr and we look
I '1 ,' _
i JT. B forward to a pleasant continuance "
Posey of RocheBe. Oa,
i |w has arrived to visit hit son-ln CMM of these associations.Alice's Motor
: 1 ,'law and daughter, Mr and Mn. Company :
: 13. T Rhode wl' Ji .

i> Stewart Springer-has ''f' Walter Weiss
returned > ,
: to Fort Myn after visiting with Beauty Salon ...1 .

; .hit family here. He wa accompanied ,." .
. by his ton, Mickey, who 4
,: will pend several day in Fort j; t
Myer before returning home for "
Chrtitmai Sgt and Mr*. S. I* J
Fayard brother and lter-In-law ,
of..Mr*., Springer returned Sunday
night by pan to Biloxi, Miss.,
after a,.brief visit here.
?"Mr*.,,. T. Tomerlin will re- \
turn next week from a visit with .'

relative, In Meridian, Ml**. ... "
&Mrtk. : ;: .- ',. .
L. Lawrence and In. ., .. .... "
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1C C t wrence returned Tuesday c t. -
from; *e three-week visit to'paMaiKUi" . (; .4 t.. 'Yw i

.., ,nd other point. la G..orV -. : ; :

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! aad Mr*. H. J. Crockett ..*. :
I Met tot-iv this week for HoUi.t .
t ton. Ted t, after selling their property
I : heft.
" Mr. M P. Wollam has returned
"to her Some after pending sev-.1

v eral weeks with Mr*.. H. J. Der- .
;byshlrei [ .
t. .Lanier Whitehead and Wayne 1
'Ilanfhain: of New Smyrna were

.(VMk-ead guest of Mr. and Mr*. Here'sWishing .
.J.. S. Cave I
Cpl and Mrs. Richard Schmunk .
!> of Miami pent Sunday her wjth You ;;
lUr., Schmunk' parents, Mr. and
,if Mr*. Wm- J. Gerontmo. .
CpL (ind Mr*. William Adams Merry :

;find CpJv Robert Kosall of MI- ,.
13 tint wen week-end guest of Mr.
find MrtJW J:. Myen. Christmas '
i CpL and Mr*. Frank MlchalsklFriaited
friend In Fort Lauderdale -

Sunday ""
*. Mr*. :Wm.. Morgan pent last

$" week wtt relaOve In Clewlston
;; Mr tdward Tlsdal and Mr
, ',IWU1ard William* pent Sunday In
JLRedUnoVwlth Mr and Mrs. MariTio -
lope,and Mr. and Mr*. Jo*.
law, Lowe.
F Mr*. iWIUard William will 4 s
}-;Jeave Saturday for Wauchula to
'* 'Ipend the holiday with her

.11mother. Mrt. B. Dee
) Mr* Rhoda Stanley spent l.d.reek'V1b j
-. her son. Joe Stanley, 060 .

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il'CoL hies. Herbert Turner f

& beret of a 15 pound In'James u.e Y' : ':: J FRANKLIN GROCERY : i' ". -i

l CpL TurIs \ Yom': I : j' ..
the Marines f._ . P.. 1. FrtnUIn ;'f/ .

Ietoa, CalL L ,
Ass ''ores-ounce son .
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pehata.'ftk :
CIIIra Lott bf4"rotna
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I among. Social Events in South Dade aware


I Mr* / F. Hammett Mr. Frank
Don Ferreyn, Mr*. Ben Archer.'I
Put state President VtM Bet- Vat Mania II,.. W. A. AosUa. Mini tau Me.Cloud. Mr. and Mr*, Edward Johnaon been employed by the gorarnmentka
tiny of Miami Spring and !)Ie. Mr*. Herbert Katz president of Mr. tans. B. Camp Mr*., Marsh of Lynn Karen, Fit, areannouncing Miami.
of the club asked for and retHted A. .. UTfcngaton, Mr. Edw.' II,.. Cooper. a eon of Mr. an
triet Director tab Culpeppcr donating for the air boss hoaplt. ICnimel." Mr*. John Durham, Mrs. the marriage of their ..... Harry K. Cooper of Home
Card Gables were pedal gusts al patlcnla Christmas party fund. daughter Charlotte Virginia, to
Lenora Crocker of Santa ROM. H. twin dead attended the UI
Cooper of Miami
of the Homestead Daiwa and Present besides those named OL and Mr,. B. J. Mania f1l 17 to First Preabytarlacj on Churchof Dee. Florida end be also U In t7J
Prof....! Women dub> at Itt were, : Mrs Green Rive, Mra. B. Coral Gable I Miami. Attendant were Mlai eminent employ.: j
Christmas celebration on Monday 1 Dorothea Manh. alder of the After the ceremony a .
night 70 ATTEND ANNUAL CHRISTMAS PARTY James X. Gallagher of dinner was liven to San Jvea,
I Viand member of UM
Restaurant for
Dinner we nerved at the Bamboo )
Tavern, sad later member OF AMERICAN LEGION AND AUXILIARY I The bride gJvta In marriage bridal party and doN friend jj
td guests were entertained her 'Mr. and Mr*. Cooper are fruWj
by by lather won an aqua suit
t ML W. K. Wait= at her borne More than seventy; peraooa attended ware prwented from a gaily dee-I with brown aoceeaorita and a'' tag their hone at tiT W. BetenlTt 1
M liedjand nt Mr* Roy Chandler the annual Christmas party orated Christmas tree by white orchid corsage.Mr I In Miami,
piogram chairman, directed given Jointly by John O. Balky DUN Joe IrwW. I *. Cooper to a graduate of
punch board etunta.CifU A 'covered dials .upper wa Florid State College for Women WANT ADS PA*
Poet of the American Legion and .
piled under a beautifully served buffet atyte. and for the pact M month ha
decorated Christmas tree were the teflon Auxiliary Sunday evening
la Legion HaO.
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distributed ---------
by the hatte who i
directed a hilarious biago fame Gifts were brought for patients f
ia which: a winner was entitled at the Crippled Chlldren'a HoeplUl -
at Umatma and for hoepKallMd I ,
to exchange her gift for anyone I I -
e.', gift she fancied. A special service owe at Homeatead t
prize WM won by Mrs Chandlerand Army Air Field. Presents n. i Set, ... _
a consolation prize, by Mi* chanced by ckilafre l lot the group



i Capt Floyd R relay of ChIck.j ja Ice. lie ha been motioned at the .
***. OUa. and Homestead Army! local field for fix month aa a "
Air Field and Mb Betty Wood night fautrvdor.
ef tone Beach ,GL, were united j I Cap<< and Mr*. Foley are making ,
la marriage la a civil ceremony their home la aa apartment l
performed DK. It In Mliml. i at the A. C. Albright residence t I(
The bride wore a pale blue I on Tennessee rd. 11\' "
Mil with Mark sea aorIes. She I ;
It a daughter! of Mr J. B. Crocker -: raEsTttalACOMer CHTI I ,_ ,. ....... I
I .ZtIII. .
at Lone Beach and was graduated JOY GIFT rot MfMstnui I
from Hollywood' taiga of that I ,-- .. ,.
I A "toy IHI" more I II II
School. 1 forty-five dollars for relief of I
Opt Foley a sop of Mr. and superannuated PrntbyterUn miit- vuletik dirret
lira J. F. rol.I CMck_;!: Mete wa nude by the WomaniAuxffiary I tups
WM graduated from Oktabom' of the Homerte 4
A and M before going into aer-| Presbyterian Church at the Dee. .
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Mr. and Jot... John McKbmoey i bufW"' '. Mr*. J. M.: IMfcrty i .
and J. U. Holoamb will be II l led a devotional service and Mr I
I. Christmas dinner IUt eta of Mr,! T. & Hodges aang. Twenty were ,
Anna Carter. preRftt. I ". "'
1 Turkey and "all the trimming

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i ilIere's iI I
I ; of Christmas. We want you to

Hoping You : have these, too, this Yale season > j

I of 1941, plus all the other

Always I Have,. i joys that give Christmas-time t

iU transcendent glorr. '

A MERRY CHRISTMAS II IIthis We welcome this opportunity to j

extend to each and all our heart-
Jest greetings. '.

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', Ate. .
At season r TURKEY DINNER .,

of Peace and
Good Will, *. r+ Served Monday From 12 to 9:30 p. m.

cannot foil to try vt
(No Reservations Necessary .-
Jo express at least

In some meosunt ,
.'rl Y .i I
h our appreciation .. ,J...... .....,. .'
to those whom we '..

trove served during the post year. We sincere, '

hope you will! enjoy the very best Christrnps ever. : \. 1', THE FAR HOUSE'f

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So here's wishing'O'otI! the,14 o(ChrlitmaJ O

and a New Year of true happirteK. May the..... i ..... '.**.. *"' 'f. Julia Sullivan, Owner -7 "

.,... year reward you with the'-,'best amount of N.r. Flakier Ave. Homes t 'formal

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w Pop. Jr. played MM acrorepammuL ;',,:v,

YULE PARTY OF METHODIST SOCIETY I Scfcinui beat. poinsettias and I '
mail Ctirietma bees went toad ,
I Social Events II ___ Gills were
I JIl.IMf..* drawn lor nest H L.Brandenburg. who presented M the UoN.
years circle at the CVWmae,I: TaUuUb Webb and Sandra Chips exchanged by the Jl'llUp'lNt
i ley to vocal solo. Sylvia Barnes take and mtota were
parf.7'ci the W IIIaII'* Society of s In a reading, and Arthur Brandenburg served with eoffa to th* awmember's }
Christian Service of th* First:,I I and James Brown in a and friend who war
HOMESTEAD Methodist Church of Homestead clarinet selection for Which John present.IGIFTS .
,BY ROOM MOTHERS AT CHRISTMAS PARTY, given Monday evening la th*:I _

Sunday school building Circle EXCHANGED AT CHRISTMAS PARTY
Homestead High School ophomor Christmas them A chicken leaden win be thoMn at the to' I
** were entertained it a salad court with aalUnea, candies meeting aa Jan 1 t! OF REDLAND HOME DEMONSTRATION CLUB \
I auto and coca cola was A Christmaa program of poem
Christmas party given Friday *v>- served and songs was directed by )In.|i GUll were exchanged around CaariM Prater Mr w. D. Mahan.Mr .
enID, In the Woman' Club build *. C. A. Carter. Mr C W
at the
lighted Christmas tree
ing by the room mother, Mr*. 60 FRIENDS GREET PFC. WINFRED OWENSAT t Yuh petty of the Bedland How fiowell and Mill !.1f'La r...*. A
West Neeley Mr*. Chat O. Martin DemaKtraUon Club on Friday
and Mr J'. B. Green. OPEN HOUSE HELD BY MRS. ENGLISH After a aortal hour cookie andpoodle ALTAR no Borrrrr nonTT SERTTUAI cross J
Mia* Laura 1' pIIam. class were atrrad,
.f Sacred '
TIle Altar Society
teacher wa presented with aspecial More than sixty: friend called nd Mia Mary Grace Engliah. ,
Mil Eunice Orady. county Heart Church entertained tart
gin by clans member to ae PIe. Winfred Oweaa, US mother and airier of Pet Owen, borne demonstration agent, pr*. night at the USO. whew cake Iced
who exchanged presents around *
gaily lighted Christmas tree. UC returnee from Pacific. action.at at tile English eosin.. ented an exhibition at hand-. In Christmas color we served
Bad candles and fern used a* the opts bow held Sunday Pfe. Owen has been returned made tropical Christmas wreath sand with coffee and fruit Poem
table centerpiece carried nut the afternoon by Mr 3. W. English far treatment m Jacksonville Naval holiday decoration, and
-- Air Station Hospital of Injuries dowse the group bow to make RIRTiIDAY AIMV11RsAnts 4
Santa Clan dacorattont from *ff CELEBRATED Wins DCTNCR
to bit left received in
arm ij
II MRS DEITZ INSTALLED WORTHY MATRON the boding at Palau. He wean I shells I' The birthday. tnnlreraarte of I,
OF AD ASTRA CHAPTER HERE SATURDAY ribbon for the Southwest Pacific Preccnt..: Mr*. J. A. Roth- Sam J Dart and Dr R i tl i ,4
theatre with four star for ma. ; rham., Mrs. J. D. Wyaong. Mrs. llott were celebrated at a dinner w

Mr*. Lloyd Delta was insulted After a benediction by w. jor batten, American Defense, with T B. McElroy Mrs E.. F Ray, party Sunday
a* worthy matron of Ad Aura Morton, cake and fruit C'I a liar for pre...* service presidential I' *. M. A. Baker, fn. Wan Coven wet laid for Mr and
of Miami Dr
Mrs. Mn. L. A. Grace ,
lira Fulton Saga
citation and Purple Heart
Chapter of the Eastern Star toirolnerive were served in the banquet
to George Wingat. Mr J. P. Elliott and Mr*. Elliott. Mr. and MrsDavis
ceremonies Saturday to more than a hundred guests Pfe. Owen will report J.
Dan. Mrs. and Mrs. Maud ChandlerMAY
Naht. and member Jacksonville ol Jan. 1. Mr* Seymour

Others tnetaOed were: Ralph n
Moue wormy patron: ...... Fred
8ubr, associate matron;; Dr. B J.Elliott .
aaaoeUta patron; Mrs. An.
Da Carter, secretary; Mr*. B-
bed Frand treasurer; Mr.*. I. .
J. Dy X conductress; Mr*. C. I.
Luke, .model* conductress, MnOx .
W. Tuner Jr., rn nhaMra. ;
I A. Daucberty chaplain:'
Mra. J. D. Redd, ; Mn
A. C Za ton, Ada; Mr*ItE. A.::1 '" f ...
Roberta Ruth; ...... B. A. Stal

ford Martha; II.... Ralph Moot, . .
warder; and A. R. Meybm. aenlInal A
Mr, Bird Hardy, Electra,:
and Mia Katharine Orfaneda. t1. ? r
Erther: war unable to be prai,
ant and will be Installed lat* .' I" '

Member o\the Imtaminc teat 4 .4 r
were: matron Mr*. MabeUa R*. ,
mey worthy crud matron; marshal -
MrV Claudia ChrlaUaa. ww- ALL THE JOYS
thy grand manhal; aaabttant mar-
hat fn. Nancy Rickard, pIIIt
grand matron; ortanbt. MnMwJorl .. THIS CHEERY SEASON
Haynea. put grand organltt. -
: chaplain. MJa Either tlIncMon ,.
pat grand chaplain. BE YOURS!
Mr*. Walter Peterson presented .
Mr*. Dens with a bouquet of hit
and whit gladioli and row asa
gift from Mr. Sam J. Devil, '
Retiring worthy matron. Mr. Davl i This Greeting it sent to you os on txprtuiorrofopprcclotion
presented tilt Jewel of the
chapter to Mr*. Delta and \1ft 1 ,;.; for your friendly potronog and ,
turn was presented with the put lI i
wor y ....tron's jewel by Mill ., > with the hop thot you may enjoy a holiday/ .
Uvtn 1oa.

In I memory of the late Mir season. 0'joy and contentmtftt:.

Helen Livingston, a past matron .' .
of the chapter a art of sterling i '
silver collection tray wa presented .
to the chapter: ,by MnRlckard .
a* a rift of the S. E. ... '
family r
The new worthy matron ...... .
f Dells then mad a talk on .Har. /'

mony". her them far the year .
I A pt'OCfanof dance was praented .. . ,"I, ,1? I
by pupils of >Min Marti ,', , i- .
i' Henaley. physical education m- ; .
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tractor of Homestead athool A' ,'. ;
tap dance was given by rays
Williams, Betty Ann P1_. et4
Marjorie Terburg Joyce Em>iNadean ,' .
Ruehl. Jean Davie and
Dorothy Avery A ballet dane ta
costume wa presented by Shirley ; ,
and Charlotte Greer. Barbera
Ann Oiuler. Angelya and Elaine
Burry and Shirley pjimoter.
A great silver star was born, ... :"
by Pat Mcoa ralm, wills silver

carried atiaamei by from Janice the Reward star John-point i ialii # ; : : 4

TtHulah Webb Gladys ARM I :
Harria, Zeds Burfreen and Joan' .
ta'ltln9 Art""
JtanW.-eta, of whom recited a :

brief poems f. ., ; I ,
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The Cyr '1 fir; ,, ... .' EXCLUSIVE IRESSES"AND GOWNS

Set S7-Rotary Oub' twen-,I .

tit h anniversary and Chetctmej . .
party ." p. m.Doe. I . ,
tT-Chrtatraa party of "
KoMand IhWtbcJrtMlod Club at
boat of Mr. and Mr*. Ceo r.Wriajbt. .i
0** 17 CkrWtau*' radial at o
>:JIt'.. rv at horn of. Mra. R. H.
ritri.tairt, I

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special offering will be taken for at 10 a. BV, J p. m. and midnight x
by. the Redland District Rotarj presented by the choir of the the Baptist Children'l Home In Christmas Eve, and at I a. m. rand
Club In the vacant lot adjolnln), Homestead Presbyterian different department '
Chrlttmat Day.Protestant
buildIng Sunday morning, when the Rev. Arcadia. The 10 a. m. on
the Chamber of Commerce Gumming will preach of the Sunday School are services will be conducted o
Bruce A.
and Burton's IepartmeDtstore ..
20 Years Ago on Krome ave in Home -Emmanuel-Cod la With U.. \t\ing Individual Christmas par- by Chaplain John 1 ft Early
tend. The church school Christmas program -, tie. of the and Cecil E. Harvey Sunday at J
.... t.lllM HMM .. ........... "A pretty little (evenpounddaughter will be given at 730: this W. C, Morton minister will preach 8:SO a. m. In Ward Four of the f
Lr tom tp rows we Sa end ......an..r. was born to Mr. and I evening In the educational build Church of Christ Dlrlh base hospital and at 11 a. m. In
....;1m s.a.w.' -;' DM flit rfU. I Mr Wlllard Severy. . Her nanruU I ing. The young people of the Sunday morning" special on "The Christmas the bate chape. A candlelight 4
Illl.wtlk ..a ..a o.r.. .St, ONE. Mulled Mlgnonne."Mr church plan a caroling tour or of Cbritt. and I service U scheduled for 7 p. m. -,
13..w.e KutoIMI 001.5. music will be presented. \
Ik. m. ChrlllI
At a -
MM. Ik IN* and Mrs. O A. Gosaman Christmas EveMidnight Homestead Army Air i in the chapeL p.
will be held Masses will be sung at key ,
in honor of Jew man Father mat carols
gave a party be read by
1 AIIIIIIIJJIIJIJIIJJIIIJIIIIIIJJIJJJJJII1lhIIIII"B. Gossman thirty-second birthday Christmas Eve at Sacred Hear! James Field will Courtney of Cent Church I points on the bate
Church, and morning masses will
of the B. W. .
Morris --
W T JO and t o'clock Sunday -
D. Yetter li suffering from be held at :
Co, report i
Morris Real Estate
." and Christmas Day. Following
that during the past two weeks a "Mr.broken and.nkl.Mn. Dean Baxter I the ( o'clock Sunday mass, I -t
his company hat told approxljnalely for the children -
be given
announce the birth of a little party will
and, ,
2,000 acres adjoining member of
to girl Mary Frances. . of the church by
Mar Homestead at from $100 the Altar Society.A .
1.000 an acre . ." lIaeantpantomlmeWII, t'
-R, H. Fitzpatrick, who hsj had CHRISTMAS SERVICES the Chimes Rang," will be presented -
a number of years experience Intoad by Mn. Howard L John-
building\ has been appointed In (Continued From Page One) ton at t o'clock Sunday eveningat
of construction
superintendent Church oiHomentead.
. ." male choruiea. At the morning the First
Vila commlssloner't: Mn. Keith Foulk
,"Santa Claus will have gift for service, ;Dr. Davies will "preachon will direct the music and E. B.

a thousand at the Christmas Redland District tree erected children Special The Christmas Star Shines music On.will be Blackburn, the dramatization. A J'


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We have all said "Bon Voy- .

age" to armloads of gifts. 1

\\ .' . The carolers are awake

m\ and break into song. . The ,

1 t : Christmas court is being ;

opened . and Christmas

: : .. is here . the happiest day
throughout the year

-and of 'em!
many We hope that old Santa will [

t \ not'forget you this ChristI -

't'W.'d lib t t ll*.' Ja of jroa ptiMMlljr that w 'of 1944, but. that he '

wish you a feuon of Good Chew-fat wt nisi IM 0, :' '" I will cram your stocking so
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hold more.
all of you So here toes for a Merry Chrfow fc full it can no
Good cheer, good fellowshipand

\ EierjMy Merry Christmas to you "




# 1 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Goodwin.
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Row somewhere comet this Christmas sentiment t ''a wI'y' 1 I

to our mind"ird which''we' think) ,exceptionally :
r appropriate.because of its. ilmplkity.. I
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fM cnorm of At YuletUt Seam 1 1Werru

lies in die thought that wt live I 1I

iso A. mernoiy ./our/riaedi.A .
4t A NMIUi

Christmas and I :
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";-.\ Happy ewYea -' : .,
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r . Registered fteil'&Ute Broker ., I ,
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ENTERPRISE Page Eleven ;

: : December_22,_1944 HOMESTEAD--. . .LEADER. . .AND ,


I, BATE: First Insertion JOc a'line llnti subsequent ineertloniMa !+ "."

FOR RENT trade, for about everything The VJ
i'r 1 Stfp Shop Free Bld(. Flatter ,?
r Ave. (deft) 1 ;
ROOMS and apartment Reasonable '
rate, hot water and show HOUSE WANTED by middle s r
i ere Palma Hotel Florida City, aged couple without children. "
steadily employed In civilian
t < ; FOR SALE Homestead buaineaa. Best
May Christmas and theNew' care taken of house and fur ,
SHEET IRON woOd beater ilk, ntihtngt. Box A-I 5'1. Lowdera
: .,:, new IT.50. Phone J. R. Hick- Enterprlae, Homestead. (dltt) 1
son. 87 -IM (dM))
/ ; WANTED TO BUY Green Pigeon
: t-WHZEL rubber tired farm Peat in pod. Will pay highest ,A
f' i" Year-bring'you trailer and 1939 4-dooi, price s. Rosen, T E. ISSth SL,

.': ,ti Plymouth. (d2Z;l) i New York Ctty. _ (pM, 1

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: ; : ';' :: Seed may be purchased at Den. bookkeeper for year
L. every happiness F nlng Seed Co, 202 Sunset dr..
"' i I.f' South Miami and Glade and round po tion. State
; I. Grove Supply Princeton full particulars first ,
; l' : ): \ ': (Pd29)) I letter. Box 36, Hornet -'

: : : t stead. (nlO)

I WANTED-Job ai dish Washer or
Tractors Trailers clerk by able-bodied woman
Box A-141 Leader-Enter<<*
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'f... f 1 : Home made Ford 0

Tractors with 6 RubI I

, : '. : H. COOPER > ber Tires. Light I .W., :J..j
t ,, Trailers ready to go.
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,.1:', .' : : If' Also Second Hand LEGAL NOTICES '
" t : )
I : Chain.
'- Glade and Grove Supply Co. TAX; DCKD U.t
1'110 um
: ...
-. Wolfe Hotfe to fcmhr Mn* Art VU.
: 0 I ." ... .: A..... Do-rise. ..w.n .. aa.4..e 04.

: '.: ,.J....(. .,\. : "" 1. \. ", AutoVrecking CH, J....shawl M4 tile TM 1M Ortlfle** .f JIM NUM.MrM1 t I,
. ( .. Fla.V . A. P '. keg KM MM e.rtlr/.I. 1
:, I My ..::, M4 kM Made applim.r
."" t* . .$,;. .':rot., Phone.W-J HometteaJ, Fill to._* tea w/lb...*......tow said tteno..ra/rla/ In.I.r..o .
. ,: ijI tile followlm wHM. mu imD
It" I&JI) \' ' : ._... I. >4. Cewitr. deride, ".....kLet .. e
: LH1U RI W O r<
HU.k 1L
04. '
'::fr ; ,> :: ; CHICKEN MANURE-You load 'It.....w plt....*.<.*.*_-*. ..Pee"se .jii.the..; ease r i .
o and haul. Pine Ridge Poultry I., FlnU .
,, > : Far"". I mild west Florida City MM MTtlflMU bred w.a I
nrl': k.
: ,. '. ,\" ";:; ""' 1!"' \, 1 ,_ ":" 1; .... _.- ;> r1'feone-. 288-W. (olJtl) Mt. ot DnkMwl..ClibM.. MM vUffctt. t
.'fJ'lln. OGa. :: "IW...!' ','i'. fil'j. .'. "" ", \ ., M Oct ll k* win reds._MMntlM".... >
well. taw tar
'JI r
,.'."r \ :;;':' /too ;:' ,; J" ;f.I jI of ornamental shrubs and trees. D ItH.E. .. ItATHWKAM.Cbrk .
Nurseries, 1 mileswest
.'. Sunny Grove of Clmtt Court, Dade
\ ,::1 ,_ of Florida City. aZ4tf) Oxnty. rkrdds6 t
:; I aIt lIP Overt L, 5.51 n. IOJlltllOM. D. 111
r I FREE It Excess acid causes yon
; : I paint, of Stomach Ulcers tndl I For Freels
Heartburn. Belching
:;{1tO': I, eftloa Bloating Nau_ Cu Pain, CAB SERVICE
(.etree "1111'1.. Udga, at
I Brown'l Pharmacy. (pmy25) .1 reasonable rates :1 I II
r II' YOU wln10 let married, I I

write Box 28, Vancouver"Wash. Day Phone ............ 9108
(j21U) '

; Night Phone ........ 239

CASH for any typewriters n03nSTlAD CAB 8ElLVlCSr
or adding machine. Furniture, o. Plummer. Frew
. . . fewelry tool, stoves bought In
.F . .'any amount We buy, lell. or .


: i NAPPY o 'IIEW YEAR S 0. JJl'any.. .. t... .' Palms CafeOpen

% I Dally From I a. .... U II p. ....

I things In this fast,moving age make

I it difficult to keep pace with an

ever-changing world. . but with -Bone Steak.........................-.-....... 1.00

I, the sincere expression of good will Fried Chicken............................>... ..75i

') enduring; .through all ages, we < Fried Chicken.-*...._*..._.....;: 1.25

," repeat! Hamburger Steak--.....-..-.._.. .55 '

Roast Beef, brown gravy.........-....*.' .55
L Grilled Pork Chops............__...< .60
ti" I Breaded Veal Cutlet.....m........_-, .75
"., I _GOOD Ill I S N C s.

II Two vegetables. bread, coffee er teed tea and dessert

With all dlnnen.if ..
,I ; tsrreed


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..1.NN N .yYN1.1 NNN..1NM SUQAR-Stamps SO, aJ, S2. 33 for eannnr sugar until Mar. i.i;
DADE ROCK PIT I Two Timely Bulletins I 1 1i I and 14 In Book Four good indefinitely msSHOESAlrpUne. ,*
I. Your Dates
Offered for ReferenceTwo for five pounds each. itanp\ t.1 I
Stamp 40 good for 8 pounds of and I (Book 3) good IndefMto i.
SHOWS RECORD timely government bul...- With Uncle Sam I II
canning sugar through Feb 21 off|i coupons good.
tins are now on file at the Bad.i I 7'taaEextaxtx '
through Mar. 21.
..1N1NN .1.,11.. NN N.NNNNUZATS next year Spare stamp 37 good i I
land District Chamber of -
IDlE CONTENT .............., ...... ..... ........
office where they may be TATS-Red stampsAS ( .............-....-v.. ..V." tj.tltj If.tj
referred to by the public fay I through ZS and AS through SS 1 1(1pCSttt0" .
A ".4" POT cent Um canter Manager Kit Canon. I good Indefinitely New stamps Others come-Others
for rock taken from the recent l, The bulletin are* "Advance I Dee 31 may may_ go
opened five-acre county rock pit, u.tilof Industrial Plants andPlant I PROCESSED GOODS Blue i*
Site to Be Disposed of by stamps AS through B-2 valid Indefinitely -
southwest of Florida City was revealed "'
In an analysis of the rock Defense Plant booklet'cataloiUln.Corporation* a153page .!I I Ii i' but for 20 years'SILVER \
by Nutting laboratories of MIami -
County Commlakm Chairman plants by states and by site, and
Preston B Bird laid ,.terd.,. "Directory of War Agencies,'' a i AIR tONDITIOVED !, PALM FRUIT GROWERS ASSN:
+' County Engineer: Earl RIder 117-page boklet listing names and
says that this li the highest Urn addresses of federal agencies par-I ROLLER SKATE
content for rock that h* hat hear Udpstlng In the war program as., IN COMFORT has SERVED the !
f txepcrtenci. well as officers in charge of agencies
of In all his 20 years' .
and Evening, 7.U to 11:"0 P. M.
makes smoother and their subdivisions
The Ume content a
surface when the rock li \IUdGREfIINGb' street addresses of buildings! Admission SSe, pins tax Redlands Citrus Growers ;
housing war agencies

In bonding roads Vr Bird says THERE MUST BE A REASON
The rock pit lie* OB Redlandrd. Skating Rink
a south of Palm IV', and was Phone 252-J-3' W.M. Crow,Mgr.
I I7U iW S7th Ave Miami
bought by the county about a .........., ,,
year ago from H. J. Brackett tnnn.: : ... ." "UJU': )II' t.U.II

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o ;f, {'. A WARM AND FRIENDLY-' i .E-

-Si.k'-y ft' .. .

DfSI WISE S Sr. rWd of Cheer:

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Mindful of lie cordiality with which we hero beet -

treated sine we have been m your community, 'We wish ..

; For termite exterminationget 'I.'< .L:... to express ow thought to you at this glad ocasfon. May

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in touch with i" lhi Qrlitinu bring you many of W s finest gifts and , t ','
D. L. PHILLIPS ,, may Jletlth and Happiness be with you throughout: the .

coming year. : \ .
."" .: fo Every one In our orftnkation joins In this Christmas, i

Phone 744-W P. 0. Box ItS ", : ,, __ .
y \eutp to the 1 a1 friends wU " .- .. -
ey irieftdships rre esteem ." :: -
Hollywood, ./ '. '1 l''t ,.,..
v so hfgUy. Best wish?*to all of you . "
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_' Shave ,.?., .., He > BROOKER' LII1BERCOMEANt' ,
.has.eo (.....)_ 504 : ; V, ;i1
wit Shapes (Medicated) .., IM '
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; r Facial raw" rack tie ae' ; i { :;,: : //1. : "

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VeeOeMeals lit ..' '} ,, , '; .. , J" \ t
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