Title: The leader-enterprise
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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: December 29, 1944
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00679
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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,J y: tam" All mast rental be living regbtered quarter, and In new the Rotes and Rotary Anns ,Reminisce APPROVAL OF WASHINGTON r;


tenant must be shown the land On Twentieth Anniversary of Club .. >,

-: lord', copy of the registration Plan ire under way W house "1

., fain emphasizes the local War Anecdotes and reminiscence effort to Join the Rotary family LACK OF STEEL 400 prisoners of war In the .y

price! and- rationing board. featured the annual Christmas were sketched by Mrs. Julian H. Homestead mobile farm labor '
Webster widow of the club' first a
i The following party Wednesday night ,at which IIALTS'VORKON
information
aft
on PresIdent. She told of the intercity I camp Mowry and FiveMilerd.
\ the twentieth anniversary of the
housing registration regulation in Key Westat td '
. Rotary: meeting ; augment dwindling pj-
: has been released by the board: brated.CpL Homestead. Rotary Club was cele which the Homestead Luncheon NAVAL FILTERA 1 hams labor in local tomato and r
,I -4 "Spot survey in this rent area club paraded the late W. R
Norman Coldblalt, concert potato fields, County Agent Chas.R. .
how that
an unusually large prow, plump local druggist, In a
,I rtumb r of housing tenant have violinist formerly with the Mew (Continued on Page Two) shortage of steel hat caused Steffaar reported this week. ,
soot seen a' copy of the registration York Symphony Orchestra and Art of the a
a temporary suspension ot work army survey -camp!
statement for their quarter, Air now stationed Field, played at Homestead several selections. Army- by the Gabel Construction Co. e, wee made Deo. If by Lt. Ct
alse that a number of landlords E. B. BLACKBURN
Orlando on the Pettigrew of Atlanta
)eve not registered a'requiredbV His piano accompanimentwas 'JIO, too water headquarters
law. > played by James Curran, filtration and softening plant begun and camp facilities Were approved

, 5"Lawrence A. Schroeder, director medically discharged overseas GRANTED LEAVE in late, November at the for the.accommodation ol
veteran ,who i. at the val pumping station near !'lvIldoApproximately'"fdrty
a guest ,
the area rent.office Ml. . ,
at 400' If
meii. transfer of Brlson
home, j Citr : *
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ail' emphaiizedj,that, ..U ,lensedlteing cioldblatt '
''" quarters m the area ntust The clufrwas k"lunc109ZUp; TO HEAD SCHOOL men )have ert from olliee' ,Florida,; cptopb

r be registered and that tenant of for nearly Ii year before It Rotary I been employed on the project, win Watbington approbation the
house and apartment mutt be charter we granted and Its 1 E. B. Blackburn Instructor in work on which will be resumed housing project will be fenced in

shown the landlord' copy: of the speech and dramatic at Homestead Immediately upon the arrival of by the army and other facllitlc*
registration statement Unless the necessary building material, will be added to house the prison
JACK KEMP High School,' has obtaineda
WINS
these requirements are met, the expected momentarily. labor. The armyhousedandclothed -
landlord 1* violating the rent Te"vtatlonl. ,- leave of absence to'serve as Plant call for the construction prisoners win bv paid'
PURPLE HEART principal ot the Manatee Elemen. of a three-story poured concrete the prevailing farm wage rate
: "The Homestead rationing taryo.Junlot High School at Bra- plant to house the filtration and from whlch'each man will be at.
rSoard provide registration form denton. He will take the place of water softening systems, and a130OOOallon lotted 80 tents a day ap"'nding
; which the landlord must fill out. FOR WAR INJURYThe a brother, Hartley Blackburn, reservoir to factaU )!!- money .
who ha been elected superintendent -
treatment of all water flowIng *
The landlord must always retain
The Mowry it. has been
of public' Instruction of camp a
from Florida City throughthe
his which Is
copy stamped"Landlord's used to house farm !
labor
Purple Heart has been Manatee County.; 130-mile aqueduct to Key negro ,
Copy, exhibit the awarded Jack W Kemp S 1-e, Mr*. H. I* Brandenburg temporarily -i West ers. Negro labor la being IIIt't")i. ,
same to every new tenant, having
extensively in citrus cultivation In
j USNR, for wound received In will till Mr. Blackburn'splace
the tenant sign it the line of duty on Nov. 29, according on the faculty here. Mr. Other part of the state and will
"In rooming.house and tour- Chinese fall far short of filling local agricultural
to word received Tuesdayby and Mr. Blackburn and their; Experts Study
j (Continued on Page Eight) his mother, Mrs. Bessie Kemp. children. Bunny and Patsy will Methods of Ag Station requirement here this
Jack writes that he i* recuperating leave today for Bradenton and, season, Mr Steffanl said. t
. Pineapple Cultivation satisfactorily In a Pacific will return to their home here In Three Chinese scientists studying Another prisoner of war camp "
naval bag hospital He took June, Mr. Blackburn I* library United States agricultural I 11 at the old CCC camp al Ken.. ,
Studied by Dr. Westgate boot training at Camp Peary, Va. and building commltteeman on method Tuesday were conducted dan which house from 125 to
! and has been at sea for more the Homestead city council 300 of the men. However there
Dr. Philip Wertgate el the on tour ( the Subtropical Experiment
Subtropical a o
' than six month during which Mrs Carl Wagner has aucceeded are employed In Industry and '}4
Experiment Station made time he took part IIi the, battle Mrs. Geo. D. Ruehle a* secretary Station and! vegetable around army camp rather than!
a trip to Fort Green near Wau- farm and several local: fame and
; of Palau and the Philippine to Principal B. U, Hindman. In agriculture j
chula this week to check on pine. grove* by Or Ceo IX Ruehle.
apple cultivation. Five acres of I The group had previously inspected : -
r bineaplea growing there In hammocks the stations at Belle Glade and Homestead Stores Man

, under'live oak tree*, aro Lake Alfred. To Close New Year' Day ''
being
transplanted to the holdingsof
: Members of the party Included
the Miami Pineapple Plant 8' Home.teadr and department .
Naifen F. Chang, graduate of
tlons Just north of Miami he
Cornell; University and specialist stores will remain gored
aid. In soda; KlnUon Ken, serlcultur- on New Year Day I. survey. revealed
Promise of revival of pineapple Ist from Kummlng, and Z. T yesterday,
cultivation in South Dade 1
seen Tsang, poultry breeding specialistof Some of the store which usuUy "
Jn the harvesting of from five to
... '
Kwelyang. They were accompanied close 01\ Wednesday afterNoon *
tlx-pound fruits last year from by J. T 1m, Chinese cotton will remain open next week. '
several hundred plant grown grower of Cleveland, Miss ,,on' the halfholiday.to .
Mere by Alfred. Supply


,Wm. C. Morton Installed ,Watch Night Services Will Usher In JI

Master. of Blue Lodge New Year at 3 Homestead Churches :!

Wm. C., Morton was Installed
a* worshipful master of ,Royal .. The 'New Year will be ushered attend. A social hour ;0111''
palm Lodge No. 100 F. and A. M \ i I In with watch night services beginning precede the watch service.
last night at a Joint meeting.here ", ,..',, 'Q" ...;" .',..'.:> :.:" ; at 11' o'clock Sunday Music by the Junior choir citdnoted r
with Palma Vista Lodge No. 703. .: ;. ; ," '!'", ',\ . night at the First Baptist Churchof << by Mrs. Ivan Moser. and
Among ,other Installed were: \ Homestead, the Homestead by' the Gospel Quertet will be
, A. D. Smith senior warden; Virgil Presbyterian Church and the First feature at the evening service st
< Lott. Jeans warden; Mas Methodist Church. Other Ro_ the Methodist Church. In the Interval -,
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Isomer meant; Hertau Marks itead churches win have no specal between the regular service
axiretaij;'M. 1% Stephenson; senkr observance. and the watch service 'refresh
deeeen: and Edward Norman, (OFFICIAL .AF.PU01'O) The Baptist church will held ment will be served Ja. tile **-*.
Jr. ..Junior ....... | "HOMESTEAD: F IItHIER.* fifth'pure white cocker spaniel student night" at the revelerservice M haH and covets wilt be am*.
After the teetaUetton. which ever bred in the United Slates, sleepily guard the cap and hour In the evening wizen A* Sunday ,eveusare s/rO'h.Y3
vaa'eendeetad by a IL Living- Uouae ol his owner,' ATC Copt cleave R,. Johnson of Caldwell j a program wffl be presented by ? net heM a( fcHH P...,..,..,,',
Man a *e Jml ........ diltsm pOwMp.I'tiSsi ...... transport school at Sons.lead Army'AIr Field, GiladTecated ,*. the wilier classes of rieeVMd meet 1W a weir Ogees 4 1M
was *.** film liana. *! ,, a holiday name Bar the pop such as "\1n W Ckr- anel Hamsetead high' ass ado ..... Wine sag. 411W etsratrh
.n.f1 yt""{,a. !L zt.Iril ',....;trtetr''_.lr..W,Vor ter.". ." t'ae "e--."t for.the water ....... I

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'C .- Ur. held out of Us reach. The 1937-tt-H. . ,';I"""

DEADLINE NEAR i charter was granted soon after- l 2 -29-L. A.c."j" ..

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ward.

k'.":. FOR FII1NG'44 Dr. Phil WatgiUi program 1930-11 -. : .

chairman, called on all past president 1931-SS-Ernest P. Roberta.
F. to ten of any interesting r }3Z-13-l'rank U SkilL I as
) FARM REPORTS; Incident that occurred during 1933-'4-Cbas. T Fuchs, Jr.
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L their terms ot office. H. A. Cameron 1934-July 1 to Sept. 25-DrJ '

Warning wit re-Iterated this' fourth President of the -club>> B. Tower. 1
week by Count/Agent Chat. H.Stettanl .! and the only early past president 1984-85 -Balance of year, Dr.
that Jan. 15 has been established -I1' attending recalling his habit ofwielding B. S. Wolfe
lB3JSDr H. S, Wolf. I
the
gavel more energeUciHy
M the cut-off date for -
accepting performance reports on than other, due to the fact 1138-1'7-1. R. Brooks
the 1944 Agricultural Adjurt-I that he wu bard of hearing, told 193T-S8-W: E. Rheney.
ment Agency program In Florid. of the day that Frank Hue 1938-39-W. M. Flfleld I
Ne payment eta be nude for solj- lipped saucer Into strategic 1939-40-Chas. H. Steffanl.

w building practices unless (rowon I position Just as the gavel descended 1840-41-C. J. Parma; I
for 1941-42-George N, Waketield.1394243Roy
reports are redved by this an unusually vigorous
date, he Mid I Wiiack-with crashing results. ; S. Chandler. J GREETINGSB.
Rotarian Rue, president In 1943-44-E. B Blackburn. I
., J'arIreport must Hit the extent 1920, 1944-43-Ben E. Archer.
told
of the
of aoU-buildlDf practices carried organization 'of the
out during 1.... the places Pahokee Rotary Club under the I
on the farm where they were Homestead Club's sponsorship
used, and receipts for lime phosphate Past President Clarence Parman Aim CONDITIONED
and seeds used In carrying told of the Motorcade of Rotarians -
ROLLER SKATEIN
out the project; he said. from Miami which the club
!Inaugurated as an annual ,event. COMFORTEveaJng
C. MURPHY
Among other past presidents who
ROTARY CLUB .
spoke were Chas, H. Steffanl! W 1M te 11-N F. H. .

(Continued From Page One) E. Rheney. Oeo. N. Wakefield, Admission -. SSe, phn tsiVenetian I

baby carriage with Bill" crying Roy Chandler and J R. Brooks. .. Gulf Life InsuranceWe
for a bottle, labeled Rotary char- Presidents of the Rotary Club
since Its Inception have
been ti
I} LEGAL NOTICESm follows: Skating Rink
1924-JS-Jullan H. Webster.
t', I. THE cflMtuT COURT AND FORDAD1 192J-2 -John S, Harris. t7H SW tTth Are. Miami it
F.: COUWTT STATE 0'? ftMtm. l -S7-Jr. J. A. Smith. among I
CLIVEKTII JUDICIAL .
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r. t'. KIM WIPE IV II"RRIEII. au N. Ilia ::0.
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29,1944 nOli AND ENTERPRISE Page Three
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Al KKXKWVinrXKIitlCKK a tr"" lcxt"nr aanttaa s actanaa
IIIII lIIIUIIIUUmnmlllllllllUlIlIlID( 16 Bachelors Here to Each Girl, Says *


20 Years Ago Florida City News Story 11.00bum'30 Years AgoA I .Others may come-Others may go


tory of the day when liar or coarse on In
7t+o frimtfMn ba.e ...e fa"i" Ida City had 16 tingle mm to,the bunch. Moat of them an but for 20 years ,
IM
a..l.e.r an 4 we- w .. each unmarried woman 1* reprinted here away from hornet making
n..Mrs =, .-.e J.aeti i raising winter truck and '
below. The clipping good,
I"!_ ti M\tw 11.x.y.Mq tom'_..... property of H. 3. Brockett, winter preparing future Domes, Theyare SILVER PALM\ FRUIT GROWERS ASSN. .
-M aloe ... Otis.r resident of that town, U from a tired of trying their own bacon -
f NIiIiIIIIiilllllllfiiillllflllllIIiiHJII11111"Approximately ( real estate paper printed there and making their own coffee -
10 year ago. These men aren't looking has SERVED the
three and a for a wife to chop wood build
half of the eight mile of water "A matrimonial club I* the order fire, milk cow and feed pigs Redlands Citrus Growers
main to be Installed for Home- of the d..t the farthest because nearly: everyone use oil
stead have been completed. . ." south town On the mainland |a stove and canned cream and
I "Mrs. Gertrude B. Fuller has the United State The new does not keep pig*. In ,fact they THERE MUST BE A REASON
I become associated with Mr. and Florida Qty: I*. headquarter. want a darling of a wife, a real '
Mrs. E. C Loveland in the Red- one. .. PhoM252-J-3 w.M.Crowllrr.unnnurnuun..n .
} land Sales Co . "Young women old women fat I .
gentlemen -
These hlghclas
young
women thin women, long and
Little Charles L Holland thetwoyearold know the : : : : : : 'atanatsx: ;
\ abort women, broad and high, are wise enough to
,, son of Mr. and Mrs. black eyed, blue eyed: brown value of a good wife; . -- - --- - -- ------------
Ceo. H. Holland of Princeton died I eyed, gray eyed: and In fact any I New. dear lady, winter cloths Y
at the borne of his parents on old kind of eye: except green eyes are not needed . choose yourpartner : For
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Monday afternoon. . might do. When you think of a I and get here. . Anuptodate
"Mr Ida tvey, mother of Mrs. town having about II single picture tent with your SURVEYS PLATS GROVE LAY-OUTS OR
tr W. M. Bradley, arrived in Homestead young men to one unmarriedyoung letter might help in getting quick ,
last week to spend the win lady you may judge there result . ." y
ter .'. .* U good reason for organizing a' ""Look this list over and get SUPERVISION OF CONSTRUCTION
"C. E Eby will bring his wife wife wanted club. We give here busy. These... valuable prize I
to Homestead today to stay with a few of the club member for package. Crab quickly e
her parent, Mr. and Mrs. S. H.' which flnt fee has been collected Then follow a list of 48 See
Fitch until aha i* fully recovered Marriageable white ladle, old or among whom are: O.Becker, Jr.,
from an operation which the recently young, wanting a home and al Lawrence Becker, Don Ferreyra: ,
underwent.'' tint clan high standard numberone Clarence Sheffield, Cha Frail, Co.
.Ltttl* Bodil Rose gave .' par- husband, and preferring to Murray Symmes; Joe Simmons, Crawshaw Engineering
ty this afternoon for C W. Sherman I live here In this beautiful semitropical Horace Potter. Leo Houser, Harry
of New Jersey. , ." far south land among Hunter. .
"The Rebekah elected their officer the flowers and sunshine,, where ) gt W.Flatter "'
Mae Me- orange blossom grow all seasonsof "My wife," said one -i* very FhM -
Mr*. Anna
1:wed Is noble grand. . ." the year, where bird sing a poetic. She get up at sunrise I Miami It, Fla. I
i "Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Desmond paradise in every sense of the and says 'Lo the morn!'* tj.rl.rlml
were pleaaantly surprised on their word, should correspond with "Huh1! said the other sadly .
I I twenty-ninth wedding anniversary. one or more of these single men "MIne lay 'Mow; the lawn"oo
soul mate in
. ." having In mind r
this beautiful land aometlme in '
"Miss Margaret Robertson entertained -
the future. Simply direct your "
a group of friend from
Miami at ;ape Sable Sunday. ." letter to Hal Lochrte. general I
"Simple but sweet wa the manager or Ralph Power corresponding ,
both of
secretary:
Her.
by the
performed
r ceremony
and will play
t I. L. White, minster of the First whom are married
o'
Baptist Church of Miami, which no favorite.
i j united In marriage Miss Lucille, "Now bdie, do not think ,
" Sandidge, the charming daughter these men are low grade, cheap
I bf Mr. and Mr*. R. L. Sandidge young men. They are the oppo- '
of Bryaon. City.: N. C. and J. R.' :; .
Homestead In Miami McConnell :'Jr., Dexter
Rutland of W. 1'. "T >.S
at T.SO o'- Edward :' '
last Thursday evening Home. It M. Cook Jr. {\
clock at the horn of Mile Sand Barnes, Alrah Taylor, ,:
'. aunt and uncle, Mr. and Barrow, Chrllltl'l 'C.
tell. Taylor, Holla ,
m Mrs R W. Butler. ." row Jethro Turner, ABen West, : !

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*Freedom of Opporjtnnlty 'l: :, H, 1 y
iBr 1 Is an American I Iheritage. ';:"!{;'i We want you to be happy this

It waa th]*,| New Year's. and during the


moreth.enafelaethatmade America peat. ... ii, weeks and months that follow.

V. Lope that 1945 :;
will offer each of you iz 'I:
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*way"to better .*. ; CITY OF HOMESTEAD

count-that each day .' ,.;a :

will bring 70& man .' r
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,t 1 AND E1'fTE1U'lt1U TOM AND BILL'S IF YOU NEED. . .

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;'- ) f F..aIR...... .=111.SWIU'tRIL .. WELDING

f. L1ACN acJny Home Cooking That Brings You Back
.wag JdN.rIasi LUBRICATIONTIRES
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mULL orertxaolt
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; RATE r-Bone 'kaILUS Spckr4l. sad neat Italia M
a" *, oft, aaa.Too I rertorbe gtmk.,-- Lt Cheese OmdeHe.,...IM ,.I'
;O94.aDrdd.owe: W.JIa. _. 1M.. lank ('IHoro Lit Ham Oml Ue- ____ ... GAS'or OILYou're
a .Utl I r.. fL... De.-half CMeken_ ue Chicken User OmtttUt. ...
One-fonrth Chkk__ .71 Home Baked llaM Pie-. .15
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;*U M Ik. KM *fie. M Headed for. .
nwM*. wfcr MM M W Salad, Preach Fries Hot Bolls Served With Dinners .
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The Nicest GiftBy TOM P. BROOKER, Owner. Triangle Garage f &. Service

Annie Mayhtw fitipatrlck Federal llwy. at Aveeade Dr. TtlcpheneJUI Campbell Dr. & U. a No. 1
< .What was the nicest lift thUyearT

v :A call from someone very dear
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lust an ordinary chat,
y*.i We talked of this-w* talked of
that.
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< To me It was a healing balm I
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brought calm I
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".: Just ponder this 111 think you'll

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_:.:', ,. Like* Charity, peace starts a t \ .. ,> .
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treasury has I bond especially ,
for the older people, but
many of them don t know It, the
agricultural section of the War
I1C Finance Division points out. This
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'Ill'.,"bond paying 2H per cent Interest .
'per annum every six months and '.:\ f""" ,;j> .. : i. "
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Income 1* more certain than the
treasury check which la mailed .
every 6 months to owners of Obonda .

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AND ENTERPRISE_ __ Page Five_

l.National Bus Industry Lists 6,000 M authentic V matt letter and botnfeen and Yankee an any preference
I' writ*! by a Tennaeae* Ud read around Yne. Tell Ma not to ; Draftee: t dr." ;

Ii New Motor Coaches as Postwar Need I as folio....: wory,"-HosplUl lU-Utes Ha Army Sergeant: "What would I
"Dear Pa: 1m la a tight pot wall you like to barDraftee I
rI. cooped up here la this ship with : "An IX..rvke man "
Chicago, Dee. S3 Six thousand power and parts are available
guns and ammunition, submarines Army: Sergeant: "Have you with a peoa1oa.-ExdlaDte. '
f'motor coaches, representing an This will after employment for

[investment of $90 million will be i thousand of exit ice men. q . . . . -... .. - - . .- F' f1 J' ,
ordered by the nation's Intercity flit.. !

,bus lines a* soon w the lifting of THE WEATHER
li wartime priorities permit their I
I manufacture In addition a pro- bfrIeIal a..P..p.rt ellIIe __.....
C.Dafe.a$ lllau.0004, FbsW
gram of rehabilitating all present
,equipment will provide employment 'I Date Mas. Mill. Bar. Rain
1 for tens of thousands of I
automotive workers. These were Nov 23_._ 78 39 30.08
J the findings of the National As. Nov. 24_ 77 It 30.05
r'soclatlen of Motor But Operators Nov.IS__ II 44 30.08 4t"hF
a* the organization completed asurvey Nov.26._ II 50 SO.10
| of the Industry's postwar Nov.27._ 14 80 3007 .
?seeds Nov. 28_ 8) II 30.09
Nov.29_ 82 17 2883
"Normally, the country's intercity -
Nov.10 77 M 3010
1 bus lines require upwards of -
Dec. 1_ 78 60 3018
1000 motor coaches a year" said
P Arthur M. HID, association presi Dec. 2__ 74 62 3019
Dec. t_ 74 49 30.21
,dent."Because.. transportation Is j
Dee. 4_ 69 CI 30.18
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vital to the war effort, the manufacture :
Dec. B74 48 30.03 ]
; of a limited number ef
Dec. 6_ 78 62 29.97
buses has been permitted in the NEW \IW.
Dee. 7. 81 49 29.88
put three years, but far less than
? the untual requirements were met Dee. 8_ (1 .81. 29.8S
55 48 30.05
Furthermore, these are Victory Dec 9
models that lack the comfort and Dec. 10_ 78 64 30.01
1 luxury features postwar travelerswill Dec. 11___ 11 61 2987
;demand Dee 12_.- 19 48 3009
H' Dec. 13__ 70 38 30:10:
"While the intercity bus Indus.
Dee 14..__ II 42 30.20 trace
try's requirement of 6000 motor
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Dec. 19_ 70 39 3024


,!I'i''fJ,1 for coaches passenger,with may"it appear should the cars projected,"small Mr.be Hill in remembered market comparison explained Dec Dec Dec.Dec 19 18 17 18._._____ 81 78 76 78 39 47 39 68 30 3008 3019 3011.19 '. ::::: Odd .:=:HOPE::::::::::=I A


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that highway: buses, with
Dee. 20_ 78 43 30.23 .
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new luxury: appointments, willeYer.t
Dec 21. 79 47 30.14
$15,000 in cost and will
Dec 22.._ 77 89 3013 0.35
require a correspondingly: greater Dee. 23_ 83 65 30.18

IJ number of man hours for manu- Dee 24___ 81 81 30.19 ; ll SMS*.> tW ml On Sfm "
facture. Even when the pentupdemand
Dee. 25. ,_ 82 6* 3018 Ut gW'MKi fltmrnf Itnmfk.
is met, 4be anticipated Dec. 28 -__ 80 82 8017 ) J ._.,.4 sees . *.>. ...,
postwar travel boom will send requirements - Slag .. flrir mtfltfti.
Dec. 27___ 79 81 1019 set *MWW
ff' for subsequent; years they Magi loses. 'N "",..,.
: above previous levels" ll If lope list *i,,,.,.
The plans ef nearly: all but ..."... fa It* SMM* >M>f,* t
companies also provide for the Kendrick | lye .*.Rim H Now raw ktHt .
complete rebuilding '.f a major; S. ewelfie"s so" 40.1 1" OWN
:' portion of their fleets when man. tf H.
J 1J JCSTICE OF THE: ,n.......' At* wi"... ,
Wt k.pt I* yea to Jet she r t1so
Cavalier Chorus Sings FIAC*' .
n >/ //UfewS/ W all too Urn ftrUJf *!
Here at Baptist ChurchThe 15 >. <*. beat twete..s.asa Y
Birth OerUflcatea sad ether doe- .. ,, ,,' Iktl feeder rime ka mrmif
Cavalier Chorus competed acDowIed&'ed, and writ.eereA '". .J::.. :.. .. ,. ../ M JIM. AiUftr rliklfm
asaeata
of It boys ham Miami,churches, 1 \"" ,. r .ow ., Y,.;:.<, . ....the happfe.t of room t,
sang at the Wednesday evening '., '
prayer meeting of the First Baptist ;it dH
Church of Homestead .
Odd Fellows BIdi.sf.
Toe, is directed by Dr.
group lit Bt Bomestead. "..
3 C. Stmm.( pastor of Coconut Tt
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Parre. Six 'HOMESTEAD LEADER ND .ENTERPRISE December 29, 1944r

I Mr*. T. T. Bowen, has returned
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from a visit with .relatives In

1/:r Cobbtown Qa..--.,. _h ,

Cadet Edward Collins Gallo JOY
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way, student at Riverside Military ;,

;} ." the holiday Academy with has his been parents spending Mr. ". Ye'
and Mr*. E. C. Galloway. He "1' :
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Mt. and Mr*. D. L. Whitehurstand ,
Miss Dolores Whitohurst, al]
of Orlando spent the week-end t t > '
j' here with Mr. and Mrs. Cha E.
h I Jordan, aon-ln-law, and daughter chimes
.. lV of Mr. and Mrs. Whitehurst.Mr ;
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,q.. Harry Upright and Mr*. l :
'k f:4:, \ Beatrice Cash of Miami pent 'town and :
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I J. H Kitchen and Mrs.L. Ander side. It's ; j:
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4 ( Florida State College for Women aside and
,< [ I whose family recently moved to
visited her with
Vero Beach
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I t r: \ t : I Mr, and .Mr*. Elwin Cooper of With 1945 ; \'
it:' .t Miami visited here recently with COMPANY'N; :
,(r' Mr. Cooper parent, Mr. and
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1-...'r ,/ Mr*. Harry E. Cooper. .Ira. : >
1,, ){ Cooper was MID Charlotte Virginia :
r Marsh of Miami before her think of
i marriage on Dec .7. .

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FLORIDA CITY time-honored
fi Bf Warren Bevery ;
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Mr. and Mra. David Snow were
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Christmas guest of MaJ. and Mrs..
1 Roger Snow -In Fort Pierce. \ ;

Mr. and Mr*. Clarence Mahoney -
$ ; spent Christmas with Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Becker inFort
Pierce.
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; daughter of Miami were Christ-
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.< Dccember, 1944 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Page Seve ,
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isms 'tf01WEU'VL LEGAL NOTICES .. .. .

IN AND AROUND The statesman throws his; \

shoulders back and straightens NOTICE POI POI Tax, APPLICATION DUD
out his Ua, and says "M, cita..Itu1-A..f 11II

HOMESTEAD friends unless it rains, the NOTICE li FKERxsYI'GIVEN. ,/' )

weather will be dry." And when I. G. RICHTER ....... of asses wt sad \
this thought Into our.bralna bu C etr Tax OMtt/wt. :" 0941 &*%ad'Ow i
a d Jolt, D. INT, tw
percolated through we common .
(Continued on Page Seven .file. met@ I" ,Pease" W b.. 1464 ,
people nod our heads and loudly axle t/oa for .. ..
week-end with Mr. and Un. J. L. I -. MN 00rtIf..., ..4. 50Caaty .
"Hov true!
Arnold o( .Hob Sound cry: -... ..
The Statesman blows his ooo'i: "t D aft "': .f Florida, .os
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Kit. Robert Dt Mfllo of Key maniv note, and dean his au-:' a..aa.a"siselt. 'Iet Sort .. pars. ,4
Welt and her children areaIt- lust throat, and Says "The ship. :;1- .Cosy: d Dada aaaT A .
ln( Mr. and Mn. J. D. MtlloHn. will never ilnk"KJ long u It's! .. of saw 0"'W so" Aw
Will Rhodes left last week afloat" Whereat we roll our tile Loot.SSW eeba.ateli. _t..... ws t" the seram me I

for Welt Virginia where J, C. solemn eyes, applaud with main V.... maid soltrfw, shall .be .
Coher our It seriously ill and might, and slap each other d.e..d soma Ing to 10.. the F
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on the back, the while we say. h dw"rbdthwei.,heat ....... at tile wlU \oqrt be said Some to ..t

)(n. M.: O. Ingram of Cuba li "He'a j-ightj" ow a" diet = t0 the earth -.1: 1945
FAra.rr, meta, b the : /
visiting her mother, Mr* E. JRhodea The statesman waxes stern and Feh.aty, t.... NIA d.r ,

I warm, hit drone becomea a roar. Dated thin *do.'tt1:=-n.II4<<,, J
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He yells, "I My to Clark .d Chas, 4 ,
; )(1'1. 1 Perkina has undertone friends, that two and .:.u.ma Dade Constr. Fonds., ....

a lesion operation at the Kendall four.".And thereupon our doubts ( ,Caas JI10 Monttla. L. .II, JOHNSON, D. CCbean I LADICS .AND

hospital, dissolve, our tears are put- to / ., n. 1N4 ..... L, II U. 1946)s ., i
rout, and we agree that here GiMTLEMEN
Cpl. and Mra Richard Schmuckof a man who know what he', AND e Two FOR aotuNTT DAD. JVDCV's MUST DI .( vows gout te k.*. .Uk'' $,

Miami were weekendaIton about! -The. Speaker Library.THOUGHTLESS IN r" ;r'LOIID"I. '.::.. cress a Very ........ :
of Mr and Mn, Wm. J. Geron- Rot ESTATE or .H
t imo. DOMENUXI O* aANTiaM ao..1.ns :the 1.:4-at N=:. I q
) boo.n >>- ." D. auitMOTITI % ale U ,.. take ,..
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The soldiers drilledIn TO>>
were being CREDITORS
CpL and Mra. William Adam .
fetter la GOING ItACUAi
T All Creditors M* All P.oma Bovine
of Miami pent several days this: the village square, watched b, CtelM. or Draw Anlw Amid 10- with yet,.Ia 19U \
week with Mr and Mra W E.Myera. a Wile gruop of the retidenta. I I"ColnPlft.1 U., Out b '
any rate w
Yan, end Mck of..., ut WMKM .....
Two pacetforwar
: "" M4 m>.1l to stemnt say Vfch fw 7", good f riradi, t.whoa. .
march I"! bawled out the ae,- >!>!_ and anM.. wkltk rm, W <4_ we so a.a..b, sad
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Becker gcant-major of ro*. way ka. Mvliut tw OTUU ta wfcM e maw p ledge a
Miss of Miami
Mary Oovwfile Dt ,..tit. aMiMUHiw kliowa .
M tontinuiloa ft die bm aw* ...:
I spent Christmas here with her "Now, ian't that just like them den/ale Do Isataa. -.I .let. of lbU Mnlc knew b. .. .
mother, Mra Charles! Becker. chaps! Mid an old lady amongst .Ilad. c......... Florida, h> the Ho.. W. rBLANTON .I"*. wa nr
Creatr Jute of Dwk Cocatr.
the spectator "Why couldn't hake and 10 the .._ In kh affln I.
Mr. and Mra. Rudolph Matteson two pace forward himself Ik* OooKtr CoorthciM h Dade OowlynorUi. .
within llit ..l...Ur menthe
Instead of moving the whole regl 1
of Fort Pierce Visited W. F. A. tram tk> data of tile tiNt rabllsti.heed. .
Robertaon this week. ment7"-An wera, I sold cblni or *n.: a tae. Dixie Fish Market '
San the legal wMrw >t claimant I, Highway :
and to to aware I nand ttrw ntW MtoranU
CpL and Mra D. Laudermllk IF SHE COULD ONLY COOK, or wee will. k. rrd. awa
.HiM IM r in. mi rmwi & CHESLEy SAUNDERS
week-end "" Owner
of Tampa were guests "I* your married life a happyone DIM IMcmlw land. A. D. 1M4. ,
of Ur, and )(a. Lloyd Peltz and ?" DAN M MARCO
A> A..I.......... fit....
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family. .1 "Yes I married the woman of Flab of DOHENICO DE: ,a

; .................................. my dream She to' aa beautiful SANTia MMtliiH kiwwnM
Dominic Dt Santee, 0. t
JAMES AKCHER SMTTB to ma a* the day I met her. Her _.
HOSPITAL NEWS hands are always white and tofl DON B. rtRREYXA4DM. .

..................!................. Her hair la never untidy, and Altor.M. It. for IM Ad./"r, ..... I tratoe. It .It It lUll .

Pv< .A1s' llrii Ridley Crawford her' dreaaea are always UK latest"
I etea4 "So don't regret H?" llmHHIIIIIIIIIHmillllllllllllllHIIIIIMIIIUIHmniliniMIIHHHH HIHIIIHIIUIlllllWMINHIHnWHIM
tt Hon\, a r6) parent of you
a atx-pound alx-ounce ton born "No, but I'm getting pretty .
Christmas Day In James Archer tired of eating In restaurant" '.' ,

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and )In. Lawrence Watkins of stead wa a surgical patient !

Homestead week, and Warren Bland of Isla-1 ,. .

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j. New Year's, when 1945 is n have helped us gain the mam'
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...................................... captain of Ox Coart fiuard-flotilla fund to the tenant .f the amountof '.'
at Tavernier and bad lived on the the overcharge but te the future -
Your Dates With Ken for 19 yean. they are going to assess an W ..
He la survived by his wife. amount of three tune the over- Texaco Barbecue+
Uncle Sam Battle, and- two brothers, Ed and charge."

066600001........................... Frank. Combe of Blueflelda, W.Va. .
CAttt OF THANKS Mil EDWARD p. CARTER, Mft. ;
MEATS, FATS-JUd stamp The USO wishes to express its k
A8 through 85 food indefinitely RENTAL appreciation for the splendid cooperation
New stamp Dec 31. I of Redland District
PROCESSED GOODS Blue (Continued from Page One) 11 resident, and to wish for them* Regular. Meal | .'.,1',
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i stamp At through B-I. valid tadeflnitely 14 court, the registration statement -, very happy New Year .
f must be shown where it II MRS. A. ]f. PAUL, Director.IF .'41?
In plain view of tenant Quest Short Orders :
SUOAft-Stampt SO, II, it, 81 f
of hotels, rooming houses, and !
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tourist court should also find the Cold Drinks
for five pound each legal rates posted in every room. TOU AM tOOKINO FOB : ;
40 for I pounds of I.
Stamp food CHRISTMAS GIlTS .
Failure to post the rat.11 a ,
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Canning sugar through ,eb. 3t erf violation.
next year. Spare lUmp 37 food be sure io visit
KINDS' SANDWICHES f
ALL OF
i for canning sugar until" Mar 1, "Forms are also on hand for Basel A Martl e.'. ',
IMS. the tenant's application for aoV
SHOES-Alrplant Stamps Z. } luitment of rent to be used where BONITA GROVES 'TO TAKE.o T .;
and I (Book 3) food IndeflfllWYOASOLINC the tenant believe that he If \booing GIFT SHOP < j*
-A-14 coupon food overcharged for his accom ii
through Mir. 21. modatlont, also a form to request Open Dally.10 a. m. to 8 p. fn.Halnltn .":

the ceiling price mtabllshed on Drive Between" Kreue .. Kroroe At*. At Fearfb 81 ,
Death of Sister Calls any living unit Ave .and BedUnd Read f'
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G. N. Pierce to Adel, Ga. ."Previous to now, the area rent I I (
director "" " :! : : :"" "' .
has Men accepting a re. I '
O. N. Pierce ort Saturday received
i a telegram telling of the "II'1"'! !'!'!!'!' !
sudden lllntfi of his dater, Mri
t Tommie Wlllli of Adel, C.. Twe {
r hour later, after Mr. Pierce had
+ len for Adel, a second message
was received by the PIerce family
telllnf of her dMth.

Death Takes J. R. Combs,

former Deputy Sheriff Fir-

Funeral services for James
Robert Combs of Tavernler, (4,
were conducted Thursday afternoon WAR j
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v chapel by Dr. Sidney H. Davies
of the First Methodist Church of
Homestead. Burial was in Grace ." ,. :
land cemetery In Miami.
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deputy sheriff, died on Christmas
Day |a a local hospital after a
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GREETINGand 1945 \ ; We look forwardto 1045 with the firm' r r'r

belief in better things to come. And we :

BEST ':. wont to express oar deep. appreciation t
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>> ,.. .. )It Leyte Toughest Pacific Invasion flacaetv 4
"Tht Phdlppme push was by :
Report Barney Godwin's tar the toughest of the lot. crewmen J
OUR SERVICE MEN AND WOMEN Shipmates .
I said -but .....Uttalld at general I
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quarters any number of days I \
Aboard a Coast GuardmannedLST board batteries immediately' went I and eights if we cast Always get \
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.. at Lejrta-Toughart of his,,into adios As it reached' our a Nip In the bargain.1' ,
lp'. four Pacific invasions, the bow the bomber banked,. dropped j . \

John Sykes Plays Part in Building initial landings at Ltyt and two of hit bombs Into tilt water, Sgt. C F. Hardy Training
I I subsequent Jap air attacks )tII'j and headed back towards our IA0 B-24
Coast Guardsman WUbunt stern, AmorerGunncr.f
Floating Harbors for D-Day Assault running parallel to our port
(Barney) Godwin, ton of Mr. and batte ies. Sit Charlie F. Hardy ot ::
Mrs a U Godwin of Homestead Santa Monica, Cal, I* stow ncdv'J
pfe. John W. Syke of the pulled from the Thames estuary I II Fla, nothing to be desired in the I "By: now. all hands could seethe lag his final phase of training as
army engineers' ton of Mr. and[ town Into the channel. way of excitement plane as It waa only 3M fact atmorer-guoner on a H-!( IJbcr- ,
Mr*. W. H. ,,!te. of Homestead I Looking Ilk* floating < The local Coast Guardsman and 'above the water and was not aloe bomber *\ Walla Wells Army' '
took part in building the bugs I meet houses, they were his shipmate are prouder' than [:MOT than *00 feet off our baam Air Field a baas of the Fourth 1)
breakwaters which made possible across to the Shores of apart..j ever ft their veteran invasion Streams of tracers from SO mm Air Fore. ,
the Allied Invasion of the Normandy -'Water-tight ship.-for tt aw has a Rising Sun .guns and bunts from our 40 nuas I
beaches. The following sponsible for their buoyancy 'flag I decorating the conning town mad a, pattern of d.ath\'QWId Mr and Mrs. C. A. Hardy: parents o 4
account of the englneeriag feat opened theN and the breakwaters stoaitytag their first Jap the doomed Jap as h* tried: to of the lye.r- U soldier, I".
has been released by the army; sank In place. plan'shot down.Describing i pull out of his dive. reside at Homeatead. Fla, and "S!
With VS. Force In Fr.nce- I One his wife live IB Santa Monlott \,
of the men who helped the kill from the
"It '
few
all In
was over a seconds ;
Giant concrete breakwater twill build them ifs Pfe John VT. Syfces start, members of the crew said as the amok started t* Prior t* Joining the Army ..\Ir
in England by united States Army of Homestead Fla. Special training rrbe Nip plane; along with another Stream bun tie Nip's tall, and Forces, ,,'. Hardy was employed ,}
engineer* wr floated across the. I way needed for the men on reo r,,*as first sighted M g*year of water near tilt li) aircraft armament.It '
Channel Shortly attar. DrDay towall the th I''
\; I project. morning | the second day '
marked bit last landing sits 1"- it at Wells Walla Army AirField 4
In the harbor improvised, at i The D plus one, as It dI11ft us
belch-heads It constructing units. ar* now I the doomed plan bounced up that combat crews en the
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the Normandy ,in action in Europe. from out W the sun Our star the beach and
crashed lag
hat been reavealed at headquarters (Continued M Age Tm)
Communications Zone. I .

The artificial harbors madepossible ) I
the Allied successes in 1
the Battle of Ftsac by solving i
ono of the moat important probe )
Isms of supply. Through them a
greater tonnage was hauled over '
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the beaches than could have been .'
unloaded In almost any of the :"
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great continental ports. '
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For months before D-Dsy tht i
engineer: soldiers worked in sec- "ts
ret on a round-the-clock schedule '
pouring toncret into vut steel
ribs to form the floating break ,''
waters. Finally the Urges were I 1
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British Press Commends .,

Henry Dodson's, OutfitAn I
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England Recently com- .'r
mended by U. Gen. Carl A-
SpaaU, commanding general, U.S.
Strategic Air Forces In Europe,
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for pre-lnvaslon production efforts -
Sgt Henry PodsonHomeste of I
** Fla. and fellow <4' .' CawdJ..rrAwIt11(.+ "?. ,. c4 i..nnfi 1 n; t
soldier-technicians ai an air sen, "i
lea command depot in England '
now basking In praise from
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the Brltih press. Blow Whistles Blow !
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Express
The widely-read: "Sunday ,
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ures out are that"among the base's world output records til,'-. Ring Bells Ring !r .

and lauded the soldiers for their, i ., ,
part In keeping America's planes ,r :
In control of the skies over We, .
tern Europe.
"It's good to know that oth-
people think we're doing a good
Job," commented Sgt Dodson, -
"and Just to prove that pralMntsnt

gene to our heads, _'re Full steam aheadl The past Is behind us pporfunity : .;
going .to keep thoM production ,
figures high" lies ahead. Let's go, America!
H* It a son of Mr. and Mrs J.
H. Dodson of Homestead, Fit.e In the midst of the clamor
. gay we pause to eon

Captain's Bars :AwardedTo eider your part in the success we have enjoyed

Frank Lindeman, Jr. 'during 1944. Your support, has meant e.rr. '

Christmas was celebrated to a
thing to
big way by Frank H Lindeman, us.'r
Jr with the acquisition on
Christmas Ev: of a captain's bars. In this spirit of appreciation'it Is e genuine for .
C pt, Lindeman, who Is stationed "" ',
with the Infantry medical corpsat for us to wish for you m very :' ,
Camp Cook. Cat, she received '.
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a IS-day leave awl Is
spending the Christmas holidays .
In Danville., Ill,, with his',wife. :

His younger brother. Pfe. Jack "

Undeman. has been overseas JiappVewea ., .
more than a year with an army
anti-aircraft unit and is ,serving
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now In GuadalcanalTht ;
boys ar sons of Mr, and
hits F. H. LIndeman of Lees-
burg ..... Lindeman has returned -
temporarily t* Homestead 41l
to assist at the Dixie Drug while


Jimmy Jack Polk' Vann Is *on.vacation..Returning: l, ,. }. FLORIDA EAST, COAST.. FERTILIZER CO.; ; :a a.E

:Aft 3 Years Overseas .. '' '
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within the next few days: according ,
to a wire received. Wednesday "
byhla parents.
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'* 1( ,.. 3 Homestead Sailors "

I OUR SERVICE MEN AND WOMEN Her In Pearl Harbor I
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An unexpected reunion in Pearl
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,, Chief Warrant Officer Will
Hocutt formerly of b'I
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Dickinson Flies First Mission and Ensign James Field 1 ;
Cpl
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Writes GI Impression of AustraliaCpl of Homeitead.Mr. and Mrs 1t.L..* L.the Field nlj'i! .q t5l

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brothers first meeting in seven
Cpl Lamar Dickinson, did get tome good steaks years.LT.,
w dlo operator-gunner on down bere. They have . J"
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in the Pacific theatre, of milk bare which an GRAHAM HAS BON T
first mission on Nov. 18 soda fountains. The drug<
New Guinea. Cpl. 1* called 'the chemist's.1 Jt First Lt. and Mrs. E. J. Graham JJ J'J
transferred recently to I some country Why rd are parent of a slit-pound six HAPPY a
lands East ladle where nave one town even In ounce ion born Dee. U in James 'Ji
4 11 he met Lt. J. T. than IU of Australia Archer Smith Hospital i Mr*. NEW YEAR ; it)-
1 of Mr and Mrs. R. L. people lust don't know Graham I* the former Miss MaryEleanor t
Homestead, who also Is I I to live. They cant cook at Williams, daughter of Mr. 1
there. Cpl. Dickinson U I can't drink their tea and and Mn. Caspar William of Model -
eat ton of Mr. and other food ls lust a* bad. }. Lt. Graham a son of Mr WHATEVER YOUR IDEA OF HAPPI. \
Dickinson and went did see some good movies and :Mrs. H. ft Graham of Na- NESS MAY IE OUR HOPE FOR YOU (
October ranja, is stationed with the
were all American and army
16 THAT DURING THIS YEAR OF OUR v
r Recently he made or four yean old. Mom, medical corps at Carlisle Bar- F
LORD. IMS. YOU WIU COMB )
r{ flights to Towmvllle. is just no place that can racks, Pa.Petty. q'
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which he described In the ,, compare with the CLOSER TO ITS REALIZATION THAN
} ing letter. bikes Paul Vann. US. EVER lEFORE rc
T Australia looks like a fellow never really Seabees, will report Jan. 0 to
the wild west movies we all the little things we Camp Endlcott R. L, after spendng :'J
see years ago. !: have. A coke or candy a leave here with hit parents A
about 40 "an behind the soda would bring $90 here )lr, and Mrs. James C. ,
/'arm. Paul I* a veteran of almost ART'S PAINT SHOP
and If there it Guinea I haven't even a t
down there It came piece of Ice since I left l ,.ar'1 service in the Aleu-

States. They have loll 1 I would give a lot t1aaa. Homestead, Fla. ;' 1
trucks, automobile end t.am."W. an ice cold limeade like 1
things, but their to make me or how Webster William, elder son of 0r 0r
strictly Aussie. They ha, some fried chicken, ham or Mr. and Mrs. Dan Williams, was .
narrow track with llttte A fellow misses an enlisted in the navy on Dec. 21 I. t cJ cf
burning engine about lot when he gets out In and left Dec. 23 for boot training .IiI
as big as our*. The of the world. You nev at Bainbridge, Md Webster was a>
v, about one-third a* long what good country you' a student at the University of ' .
have only four-spoked you leave It-the U'S. Florida ..:
really have to laugh every the only country, as far ss a

see one of those trains! .concernedl". .! : . ..; l
"All the
of automobiles ,k
steering wheels on the Collins USA, who Is i
; and they drive on the at the Welch Convales
of the road. Crazy, I In Daytona Beach, '.' 1t
" in Modello Christmas Day ; i ,
I ti Mrs. Eva Collins ;
mother
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mighty Liberator e . ...
I a formed and here that final Rlner B. SchaDem bat , 1 a
ing li given. Before in Netherlands :(.+.:: r
A' Walla Walls the men .. for almost 20 months ; f, ; $1 }
'Iahed a specialist school m bomb squadron.
aration for their .' .* 'NEW Y EAR.M
When they become Whitehead, M. M. I-e, I
combat crew their Sunday to spend U-day
eats /coordinated with relative in Florida '
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943Lq '* go forward on the road to 1) \- .

cherished Ideal and coveted goal '- ': I
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' than ever before. Forward n
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cannot ate what'a beyond the ': '/ '

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and achieve- nd we American \
art reel l lAs :\ .< .. .' ;:

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pftnt* up afresh and the d* '. ; ;
termination to do better in ; ; :
1WS than ever before rise* : : ,
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hope nay be futefled duringthe '
coming year ia the earnest r'lC'O! > ;
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Christmas Day for Sorted after was one of five) men chosen for
Men in Service I spending a few days' leave herewith cadre school from a group of
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. 140.
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Frank 1. Mcllwain. Arnold went
.. .. fair I into service Immediately after Pvt. W. a Caves, Jr. U.S. Infantry .
!graduating last summer from has arrived in England. 'It
Billy Clark Plays Role 'Homestead High School, and has Pvt. Caves went Into service in ;
In Navy-Marine Theatre I'been oa sea .duty.. I April of this year and receivedhis Wishing a "
I training at Camp Croft S. C,
g Camp Lejuen N. c., Dec IS- i Warrant Officer and Mrs. I* C. and Camp McCoy Wla. Mr
t; Pharmacist's Mate Third das Aldrich and family of Cedar Keys Caves and their son, Jackie are NElfYEARof
!I William James Clark, Jr., ion of spent the Christmas holidays with making their home here.Pvt .
Mr. and Mrs W. J. Clark of L. C. Aldrlch. . ,
Northwest Tenth it, Homestead, . a Garden Pafford Is now Happiness'f I
ria. It a member of the Little Pvt. Hubert Smith returned serving in Belgium.
Theatre I1'OUP.t this Marine and Suttees
Christmas Day to Camp Blanding
base, and was included In the cast after a brief visit here with his r
of the organization' tint produc. parent Mr. and Mrs. Geo. 194S
tion which wu staged hen Dee. Smith. Hubert went Into servicein aW" .PAVAll 1
17, 19 and 20.
mid-July and after 17 weeks
a Clark, who played; the New .
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York"newspaper reporter "Chick" 1
Clark in 'My Slater Eileen wa May 1945 light the way to new ,
well qualified for the part since '
for
achievement
pinnacle of
he was'prominent In both dramatics ,
, and journalism while attending you, a* well as to new goal of
Duke University and health aDd conlentnient. Acceptour
Wake Forest College in North heartiest New Year wishes.
Carolina. He took part In Little
Theatre productions of "Arsenicand
Old Lace" and "The Man
i ir Who Came to, Dinner" while in ,
college.A .
cut of twelve Marines of LEFF'S GROCERY
both sere and several Navy men, I II I ,
who rehearsed for the play In '
off-duty hours under the directionof II I Homestead, Fla.
Marine Captain A. Bert Enlon, .. '
presented,the Broadway hit show sl
for three. nights In one of the
area theatres her*. .
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sad all .4 ... best ....
John M. Martin, Jr. S J-c, isserving I
win fc. with ---- - --- -
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now with the navy In the
Pacific. !. tk. New Tear M
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. they *_ I*) die ....

Sam Biondo ASTRP student,
bat arrived from Davidson (NO.)
College to spend a leave herewith BISHOP AND SON
his parents, Mr. and Mn.
Philip Blondo,
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at CpL Ti'' ViI
Mi .<- returned yesterday to 4

Boca olirt (. n after spending the ... . ... ,.
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL I BEANS


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Protect Your Crops

.- Here comes our shipload! of .

qood wishes for a Happy , . With Dependable Dusting Servite

and Prosperous New Year ;

- for every man, woman and '. . Experienced dusting: pilots and
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III. I MISS CLARICE DODSON. BECOMES BRIDE ANNNUAL' CHIUSTMAS FAKTT CARL WAGNER AND MISS NAOMI CROSBY .'5
GIVEN BY WOMAN'S CLUB
OF SGT. JOSEPH TOTH IN VERO' BEACH Th Woman') Club of Homestead WEDDED DEC. 11 IN INDIANA CEREMONY' !
held Its annual Christmas
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Miss! Clarice Marilyn Dodson, Immediately" after the* cere- party on the evening of .Dec. 21 Carl Wagner principal of Red- Church. Mr. Wagner and hit
"' daughter of'.th* Rev and Mrs. 1. ,nosy, a reception was held for in tie club house. land schools and Miss Naomi bride arrived home on T undl7'
H. Portion :of Vero Beach,' be the weddjng party. A three-I Decorations of echinus: berries Crosby of Crandall tad, were of last 'Week. j
come .th.'brld. of :6ftJoseph tiered bridal rake :topped with a, and poinsettias carried out theholiday I: united In marriage en Dee. H In Mr*. Wagner a daughter of Mr.
theme, andllt.t were and Mr*. James Crosby of
Toth -Homestead Army AirField miniature bride and bridegroomand Georgetown, Ind., by the Rev W. Mott
and :Chicago, in.a'oandle. exchanged around a lighted Ind, taught school: for one year
United Brethren
F. Brown of the
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banked with red roses wasserved. but prior to her marriage waVemployed
t' Hunt ceremony. performed! :: by Mr.Dndsoa tree.AJ
at" with,punch. poured by orted sandwiches, nut, candies as manager of the'
8.45 .o'clock' Dec .20
In'th* Dodson: home, .. . tofl..-'.Dorrl.' Ada. 'DodJon. Pictures and cold drinks were served. charge of arrangements wen Mrs Crandall branch of the Harrison
; we. !'" .made. :.of the. bridal I Chas E. Jordan, Mr. ChM. H County Bank She was fr du-.i
The bride, given din mar -
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k party.] PARAGON CLASS MEMBERS Denby and Mrs. E. A. Roberts ated from New Salisbury (Ind.)
riage by an uncle the Ret. U 8.Mowry. .'rMrs. :.Toth.'wss: valedictorian oftheclass'at School and
Oakland
of., ; GIVE SPAGHETTI SUFFER The group decorated the High CltyiInd.
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riIaAdI..DodIO A sphaghettl supper was servedat Chrisma tree for the Sunday ( )
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: ," 't.bridesmaidt: : : Sojiool.. burln* her'ichoolcarter ,I the Christmas party of the Par- school program held Friday even Wagner has been Rcdland :
-brothet/:Hai'vey.Dodson, ,..t"bett I "J'shi'. .:K d'kerved: si'yresl' agoii Class of Homestead Free-I ing. Christmas carols were lung principal for a number' of year ;
il. 'man' ; and.the:,'traditional-wedding: dent.ojt'th' cheerleader.andter'dt' 'flpe.dub,1 secretary' ,of. ''b.lerIan'Sunda.. School Dec. 10 and gifts were exchanged' among and I* a member of the RedUuid<< |
niarchesiwere'played: by V.sister..1: tti.1band; mem 1" the, educational building. la I, the member District Lions aub.
tho- tud. f counilI.'SrDce
Miss! TfiUa:Dodson.." ; :.} ./, her/gradUillpn/ she lias'beert'em.tployed s
Thebride'wore a wntte satin.j et;the lInt National Bank .
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and chiffon sown 'with u. .lIbut.d. of 'Ifamestead.: :t'. ; -: '. .: ,"'. . : . \. .
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ot orllli. blossoms. Her corsage I L rA1exTotf.of'; Chicago'wa '

... :curried Vas f Mhlorie, s brlC';'the' gfaduated'anil' iroin.b..b:ai'Ch;" stntlonedat\sago> ;hlgHachooX :

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.safe ct wbtta.'jciadroU: and sweetV 1'h.'btldl1 couple left Frldal'[ '(0 '
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ber 29. 19U HOMESTEAD LEADER
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COL. AND MRS. DUNLAP GIVE CHRISTMAS ROBEKTI-DAHICU KITES ,, t

COCKTAIL PARTY FOR OFFICERS WIVES 1 rEIFOEMEO ON CUUSTMASMr ,:
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Social *. con Daalols and J. H. ,'
II EventsCADET ,1
Col, Samuel C. Dunlap lit. guest partook of a buffet upper Robert, both o( Homestead ,
commanding officer ot Homestead while enjoying two how of war united marriage Christmas ,;
dancing to the music of evening by Dr. Sidney: H. '
Army Air Fled, and Mr Floror
Dunlap Sherman Edward and his Davies In the parsonage ot the '_
+ were host and hostess to Ferrying First Methodist Church of Home- '
I JAMES ida Key orchestra.
CARL
[ LINDCIREN JR.
WEDS stead. ;
I Division officer and their The ceremony WM witnessed 'Ii
IPRISCILLA MULLENS IN HOME by a daughter of Mr. Bob 1 '
CEREMONY wives at a cocktail party held to Livingston, past grand chaplain.
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arts, Mr*. Gerald Powell. ;
the officers' club between the Taking part la the Installation
'Aviation Cadet Carl James Balnbrldge, Gs. will be assigned Mr Robert, who moved her :
hour of 8 and 7 on Christina were five small girls, Ann Mare
Lindgren, Jr., USAAF, son of Mf to a new elation whet his bride I Eve. Peterson Diane French, Patricia from Georgia more than U yean .
IICoral+ Mrs. Carl J. Llndgren of I The club was decorated In accordance Richardson, Sylvia Edward: and ago recently returned here to w
will {
Cables took his bride join him In February.
a* with the season and Nancy Brown.They were dressed make his home after pending a ".
Prlsdlla Mullen, daughter la +
t i Mm In the tar-point color and ctlr- yeer Winter Haven. Mr*
1?ef Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Franklin y tied lighted candle Robert also has been a Home ..f+:k:
:Smith of Miami Beach, in a home MRS. WALTER PETERSON IS INSTALLED Mrs Peterson made a talk on stead resident for a number ef ;
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I ceremony at 7:30 o'clock Christmas yean.cntisTMAs. ,
WORTHY MATRON OF NARANJA "Unity Faithfulness and Loving 1
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Eve. Kindness," her theme for the j
The vows were reed by the Rev Mr year She WM presented with a OrEN HOUSE :
Walter
j Peterson I
wa Installed Phyllis Miller Ada .
Mr* J. NPeters
. R,,Wiley Scott of the Miami ; string of pearl a* a gift from AT JOHN BROWN BOMB 1
u worthy of
matron Karanja Esther J
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Beach Community Church at the ; Mrs. Oda Zachry Mr. Peterson and Ann Mare, and
.It'J! home bf the bride' grandparents, Chapter of the Order of the Martha; Mis Lydia Vihlen, Elw a bouquet of forget-me-not and Mr. and Mrs. John M Brown
'Ot, and Mrs. John C. Gifford of Eastern Star In Impressive ceremonies tat; Mrs O. W. Drigger, warder; yellow rose from the chapter of Niranj kept open house 'JI
i Dec 21 In the chapter and OlIn Edward, sentinel Mr*. Christmas morning when approximately ,
,:''1 Miami Miss Jane Gifford, aunt hall. Mr*. Nellie Torbert sang "Star of .
Of the bride WM maid of honor, Jewel Douthit, Ruth, WM unable the East." thirty-five of their friend : .
i.ft Md Aviation Cadet Wm. C Mc- Other Installed were W H. to be present and will be latfelled and neighbor called. Cookie > ]
After the installation, homemade
"'l'. Michael squadron mat of the Owen, worthy patron, Mrs L. later cookie and calamondln and trait cake were served with :N !
, bridegroom, WM best man j a Greet associate matron; MnR Member of the installing team punch were Served eggnog 'f ]
. fcTb* bride, who wa given In X, Scott conductress; Mrs. E. were: matron, Mr*. MabelM Ra- Christmas dinner guest at the
, t marriage by Dr. Gifford, wore a I:. Vlhlen, associate conductress; mey. worthy grand matron; ttarihal Mrs Clara Stead Mrs. Julia Brown home were Capt and Mr*.
, fWD fashioned of alternating Mr*. W. D. Sayer, secretary; Mrs Lot Watson put Rhynerd and Mrs. Millie Davey I Tommy Cassut and daughter,
,fl I tiers ot lace and net with #full Mr*. T. -J. Chapman, treasurer; grand marshal; organist, Mr*. I winter visitor from Michigan. Sharon, Mill Marjorie Fogle, Lt.
thret-tuarte. length sleeves and Mrs. Clara Vlhlen, chaplain, Mrs Marjorie Haynes past grand or* were Christina dinner guest of I Bill Shupe Lt. Jeff Prlngl and "II
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;, a net yt>k*. Her Illusion veil fell R. W. Mulllns, manhal; Mrs ganltt; and chaplain, Mia Esther Mr. and Mr*. Virgil Lyon. Warrant Officer Tray Auden.JJITT .

' from a starched: lace tiara andre r
i carried a bouquet ot white
rasa and stephanotl i
| Min Gifford wore pate green
i ...ends with a white lam cap .
sad white glove and carried ,
{ tarnxrtlng flower Mrs. Smithy
mother of the bride, was attired

norrage

''r gren were fuchsia with an Identical ::1
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*. LIndgren wa graduated
from' Miami High School, where 'ir
.l she was twice president of the i
. pyramid Club and 1* noW attend-
till' tilt University of Miami
k Iirher* ,she 1* a member of theca
y [ Onega sorority.
| Mrs Undgren WM graduated
4 feeiwa! president ot the Student
council: and el the Junior class, a
member of the aU-sUte basketball ;
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''k team and winner of the j

i-' KhooTl trophy for the best all I
attended the Ys
J, round rthlete. He ,"
, VWvernty of Florida and was '.
.f< pledged to Alpha Tau Omega 1
:. Iralemlry Before entering servIce -.j 1.j
coach at William
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f" School Jennings Bryan Junior High .p .. ,10

,' Immediately after the cereenooy -
' a reception wa held In ,/
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In the Christmas ,I
-1 With a lighted Christmas tree, making it might te apropos to recall the '

if faros The and newlywedthen poinsettiaa. left for words of a wise dd philosopher .of along '.i

", brief honeymoon at Mi *nl Beach. forgotten era. H. uldt :
. )Sr.: Llndgren who recently com-
.. Meted a phase of his training at

"Every first of January that we arrive at I! .
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TON R CE12TH BIRTHDAY GIVEN Is an imaginary milestone on the track'' ,

I Nadine Pierce wa given arprt of human life; at once a resting place for

} +e party on her twelfth thought and meditation and a starting
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22
Mrlhday anniversary, Dec ,
(a* barn on *.W. Third ave point for frdfi exertion in the perform' .

Went* were> her mother, Mr*. ance of our Journey. The man who does';
& N, Pierce, Mr*. John Landrum
sad Alma Pierce. not propose to himself! to be better this ,"

Group. singing and candle and game, nut weresttyoyed and year than he was last must be either verygood

tot chocolate were served with or very bad .
+' V birthday cake

The arsoet other McGraw present, Bobble were: Laura Jean -. Wa wish you a very Happy New Year '.i:::. :,'

err ....ga. Ann and Dell Lott, ,
t riti Smith Elsie and Etflexd ,J ,
Betty Turner Angelyny ., o' iIJ.
> Betty Lou Luke, Joyce <: .'
n. Reba.Pierce, Phena Hose *;
o, Irene Hall Joyce Easter '. I '


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Christmas tree was set upI ,I ,: :
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I ; I : r : ''I" I I: II I ENSEMBLE CLASS GIVES CHRISTMAS Present besides those mentioned

ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTS f PROGRAM R. H. FITZPATRICK HOMEThe were: Mrs.. Ora Frazeur, Mrs. S.
I IL Fitch, Mrs. Ben Young. Mrs.
Ensemble Clap wa presented dra Weiss, Joyce Morgan, Doris, J. L. Delk Mrs. Laura Pavls.
111111"/:1/:: II Ii I [, :! I : !i -,-----------I : 1111 by Mr, R. H. Fitzpatrick Betty and Carol Cowman Tallu-.' Mrs. W. D. Home, Firs J. R.Chambliaa .
I ah Webb, John Pope, Jr. and I' Mrs. Ernest Francisand
MISS FRANCES RUTLAND IS HONORED In Its annual Christmas recital of Jackie Chandler Mrs. H. Barber.
Wednesday afternoon at the Fit*
r WITH INFORMAL PARTY ON CHRISTMAS Patrick horn
T. E. L. MEMBERS ELECT MRS. S. A. KING
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Taking part on programwere
Miss
France
Rutland
I Kemp, Mia Mary Ellen Dearlng,
I snore at Florida State College for,/ Mill Vara Rheney, Miss Ana : Janice Johnson, Ann and PRESIDENT AT CHRISTMAS LUNCHEONMrs.
Dell Lett Diane Clinton, Phylll
Women, was honored with an Shackleford, Misses Myrtle, Mary:
it- '. Informal party given Chrlitmas and Dorothy Moon Mis Catherine and 'Anita Deity, Geneva Chan- I S. A. King was elected After a covered dish luncheon,
evening by her parents Mr. and I Rohrer, Mina Mable Ruth dler, Virginia Nelll, Joanne Her- president of the T. E. L. Sunday gifts were exchanged: : and a special
Mrs. J. R. Rutland, at their home i Pope Misses Myr and Marie den Emma Jane Rivet, Martha school claaa of the First Baptist gift Vaa presented to the
on N. Krome ave. Bell. Sgt Burton Harre'U Sgt Oppenhelmer, Barbara Jean Church of Homestead a business teacher, Mn. Catherine Pickard.
'Mrt1 Music and game were enjoyed: George McDaniel, Sat. -Everett Smith, Ruth Rutland, Ralph and meeting and Christmas party Taking part In. Christmas
{I' and amusing gifts were distributed I Dixon, Sgt Henry Griffin, Carey' Don Bemecker, Floyd Harden, held on Dec. 20 at the King home. program were: Mrs. Van Matter,
to guest from a gaily decorated Crantford, H. A. Aman Bruce Jimmy Chandler, Billy Mitchell Mrs, J. J:. Cunningham was made I Mra. Julia Polk. Mn. Plckard,
Christmas tree. Fruit cake, Scott, Sgt Andrew Pool Sift. Waiter Crow and Jackie Polk/: secretary and Mrs A. J, Van Mrs T. D. Piche and Mn. W. B.
punch and homemade candy were Champ, Sgt John Hatch, Wil- Floyd: Harden was presented a Marter, treasurer. Myrlck.NEW .
musIc for his of the
aerved. bur Cave, S 1-e, Pvt. David pin playing
r Guest Included: Miss Alhley Barnes and Jack Barnes. were scales.served.Cookie, candy and punch
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Among the guests were: Mr*.
,;JWM. J, (BILLY) CLARK, GREETS FRIENDS; I H. L Brandenburg, Mr. Green

AT OPEN HOUSE ON CHRISTMAS EVENINGMore Rives, Mrs. A. D. Smith, Mn. J. '
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R. Rutland, Mrs J. E. Gauzens,

than fifty friends calledto kentlne of Miami Mr. and Mn. MM. Frankln Crites, Mi* Clifford J
greet Wm. J. (Billy) Clark, Jr. Huff, Mrs. EmU Molkentine, Jr., Cowman Mn. Pete Morgan, Mn.L .
pharmacist's mate 3-e, USIf, at of Miami, Mrs Carol DArce of Davit, Mr*. C E. Davis, Mrs. ,..' .
the open hoiii held Christmas New York City, Mr. Clark, John Lloyd Delta, Mrs. T. Paul Haley,'
evening In his honor at the home Molkentine, and Dickie and Bob fn. Roy: Chandler, Mn. W. .B.
of his brother and sliter-ln-law, Huff. . Harden, Mrs, M. Oppenheimer, { f.
;Mr. and Mrs R. O Hulf. After a leave of several days Mn. Frank Klick, Mrs. Leo Ber-
Mr. Clark also was guest of here, Mr. Clark: left Tuesday: necker Mrs. Howard Johnson,
honor at Christmas dinner at the night for Camp Le Juene, N. C, Miss Anne Bellows Miss Mable
Huff home when coven were : where he ll doing psychological Ruth Pope, Mils Jane Moon, San- ,,,,,' .
laid for Mr, and Mr. Wm. J. research In the medical laid I _i..'....
s dark, Mr. and Mn. Emil Mol- laboratory. members brought a cash offering y;;
iO for the Baptist Children's Home.I I. '...

;MRS. POPE HOSTESS TO ALTAR SOCIETY I gift Mrs.Iron West the was clan.presented with a YEARHERMAN'S ',:

WEDNESDAY NIGHT AT HOLIDAY PARTY Assorted sandwiches ambrosia ;' ,
N with whipped cream, fruit cake ,
Members of the Altar Societyof original Dome, her reason for and coffee were served.
1t Sacred Heart Church and their coming to Florida and her first '
of the state Several
guests were entertained at a impression CHRISTMAS DIXNNER GIVEN :
games and contest were enjoyed,
AT DAN WILLIAMS
Christmas HOME '
party Wednesday evening -
and gifts were distributed from alighted .
Mr. and'Mrs; Dan Williams
by Mra.. Cha. Pope at her Christmas tree. entertained ; .
torn Eureka dr. at dinner on Christmas A Good Store in a Good Town j .
on Coffee and tea were poured by .
Day Mr. and Mrs. W, J. Turner .
At 1 I. was found thn not one Mn. S. J. Lynch and Mill Jean HERMAN MARKS .
.f the guest was a it.. a Flor- Mustard. Fruit cake, candle'and Mr. and Mrs. Casper Williams, :. -;
CpL and Mn. I'recIl. Fuchs. Jr., '
tdlan. each was ask all her nuta were served. I
.. Mrs. Chas OUs, Mrs. E. J. ,
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Graham Miss Lenora Williams, ,
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$IRS. L 'K. T"1 .OP JR., IS INSTALLED C. A. Williams CpL Harold Muhs,

GLEANERS" HEAD AT I Diaries Williams, Pvt.,: Dick ..-
CHRISTMAS PARTY Hughes and Clyde parson, USN.

M Mrs. I* K. Bishop, Jr. president was 'Jack.!f;
presented Mrt. .
by Earl
!III 111111M hill 11111; lliJLIIIILI=11171 1171;ill 11 I ] :I L TEILLUJIU1111
of the Gleaners, Baptist son, Misses Frances and Ruth
w Sunday school class of which Mn. Rutland, Juanita Smith .and Anne ,
& L. West Is teacher, was again Lotto j
Installed at the annual Christmas
4 party held Dee 21 In the VSO dinner .
club house. Christmas guest of Mrs
{Others who took office In the J. E. Close and Miss Mary Jo "
Impressive candlelight imtalla- Close were Mri and Mrs. I:. C.. -
Fcrtehberfy -Florida City and : .
tlon service were: Mrs. Orlando ."
:Wollum, vice-president; Mrs, A. E. WAVE: Shirley Brownell and Miss ; '
Campbell, second vlce-preildenf Martha Close, both of Miami. I : -

Mr*. Russell Home third vice-
president: Mrs. C. E. Officer, *ec Mr. and Mrs. James C. Vann ..
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retary; Mn. A. E. Smith, assistant entertained at dinner on Christmas
.4 aerretary;; Mn. Albert Bussry Day their aon-in-law and
treasurer: Mn. Henry Olsen, daughter Mr. and Mrs Herman .
assistant treasurer; and Mr*.. Byan, their daughter, Miss June ,;' .
Howard Johnson assistant teach- Vann of West Palm Beach, fend .,. : !
at. their IOn. Petty Officer Paul ...
A program of Christmas music Vann of the U.I. Seabees.
We tale 'this .opportunity'jbfextend '. /
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greetings and best, wishes to ;#... _

our many good friends end''c f : f.i

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tall Christmas candle and lights Mr. and Mrs. William recently; '

[SOCIAL EVENTS on the Christmas tree. Decora lIve a fishfry when guest were '
+ lions of pine and Khlnu berries Lt. and Mr. Clement Kirk, Mr.
further carried out the holiday: and Mr*. Dan William,, Cpt'and CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

motif. Mrs Fuchs,. Mrs. Eleanor Blythe
MILLISON Mrs. Graham, Miss Lenora Wll RATE:: lint Insertion lOo a line; subsequent Insertions '
: -CHRISTMAS EVE: HOLIDAYS ARC MARKED Dams C. A. Williams, CpL Mutt 10 line .

*. Richard K. MI11I- WITH PARTY AND FISHERY and Charles Williams . ...
ILCITERTAIN to 12 guest at I Mr and Mrs Caspar William I FOR RENT'OOMS I WANTED I
( given Christmas entertained at a Christmas Eve '.

home at 110 N.W. party; When carol were sung and tad apartment Reasonable WANTED Stenographer With
gift exchanged around the family A: TD rates.* hot water and thaw.n. shorthand knowledge for tea-
was furnished by ; Christmas tree. . Palm Hotel. Florid City.; small work. Opportunity for
service wife Apply Dt Georgia
:1 FOR SALEHOME I Fruit Corp, Phone Ferrlne t
2111. (421)
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: GROWN TURKEYS AIM I
breeding *tock. Call 238-R between WANTED-Sheep, about one dot
4 and 8 p. in. (pd2 ) en .ewes, any age anti one
healthy ram. No fancy
;young J.
FRANCIS C STOKES Tomato
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or pedigreed stock wanted
Seed be purchased at Den- ,
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State quantity and cash price.
nine Seed Co, 202 Sunset dr. j
Address Mrs. J. D. Ammoos, '
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South Miami and Glade and
.f(1( Rt. 2, Box 288, Homestead.
Grove Supply, Princeton.
(dJO-JU:
(pd211))

WANTED-Wire fencing about
4000 feet In usable condition
8 ft or higher with Iron ports.
HAPPY Tractors TrailersHome Address Mrs. J D. Ammons
Rt 2, Box 286. HomnUad.
(4280U2)


NEW YEAR Tractors made with 6 Ford Rub SPOT or adding CASH machine.for any typewrite Furniture
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ber Tires. Light I jewelry, tools, stove bought in

Trailers ready to go. any amount. We buy sell, of

I, .,- trade for about everything The
Also Second Hand I Swap Shop, Free Bid. FUglei
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Ave. (
Chain.
HOUSE WANTED by middle
i ': I aged couple without children'
Wolfe Man steadily employed; In civil ,'
tt Beit
If 1.1Homett.ld business.
Auto WreckingPhone care taken of house and fury
.. .. When all is said and,done the eternal I nlsKlngs Box A-157, Leader.Enterprise .
Homestead (dltl)
quest of human beings is for happi-,{j. I9Z-J Homestead, Ha.
WANTED TO BUY Green Pigeon
ness. Our wish IQr you in 1943 i 4 for f Peas in pod. Will pay highest

CHICKEN MANURE-You load prices. S. Rosen 7 E 1JSU St.
happiness-more
than have ,
more you
: and haul. Pine Ridge Poultry New York City.; _, (p228)
ever known before, whether that hap Farm. 3 miles west Florida City
I'IIOIII'IIII.W. (olJU) WANTED.txperienced
; piness be in gainful occupation or the bookkeeper .,for year'
FOR HOLIDAY Season, well
. attainment of some long desired goal rooted poinsettla, alao all kinds round position. State
of om.mentalthruba and treei full particulars first
: e. Thank you for having remembered: Sunny Grove Nurseries. 2 miles letter. Box 86 Home.
west of Florida City (nafU) ,
7 us so generously during the past year... r . stead. (nlO) ,
PERSONALFREE t
WANTED-Job a* dish washer or
;' If Excess acid cause yoi clerk by able-bodied woman
: pain of Stomach Ulcer Indlgestlon Box A-I44 at Leader-Eater
, ,", Heartburn, Belching prise. (niotf)
Bloating. Nlu_ Gas Pain
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get free ample Udga, at h"
Brown's Pharmacy. (pmy29)
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: ; IT YOU ....nto get married
: \ write Box 26 Vancouver, Wash I
1 THEKILGORESEEDCO.Homestead U21tf DOUBLE DUTYDOLLARS

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File 11741
Noting to b.rsb7 situ test 0wab ...
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Palms CafeOpen Adrian oo ..... InMcra M assignee .! :
City ef Shoot Tai fmlfltate Nun.MS .
bred dew the lot tn .t I.....
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off!.., std lut mih (pslkstb.I I
lot tti .... to |MU. llunon U Moor*.
Dally From ( a. m. to II p. an. sues with .... Sold Mrtm..t. *m-
the following d..e.tMd env"
.Its.t.d I. DUe Coe.I,. .. to-wits
Lot M. block Id Little Rlrcr O.r-
a 4m, Put Book e. PM tl to the.
T-Bone Steak._.._,:..........___ .oO Chr .f MiMl ceases ft Doi. *tMTW
Of PIooML
Fried,Chicken _...:;.-.._ .75 &W the M.MM IM .HI Grtitftt@., uU 1090011 UMirU W"w Ie'
UtlflnU "_. Unless so" _
t,4 Fried CWefcen.Hambarger ...........,.,...;,._:'_ 1.25 the MM*..,. *. t.d..d ..ordl.e ..

: : .55 .1.w.... 37th Ms any dad.f will I...love.,.. A.-I/. I...s.. dot
Doted tun lath der .. D.w.br'.A. a
: Rewt Beef,.brown'f rary.,;'-... .55, o I" .
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Grilled Perk:: .." .:..,,....,... .._" .60 abet eI .Clrndt rtarlS"l COT.: *. 9CM.tr. ... .

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BREAKFAST.SERVED AT ,AU HOURS '. at naaeaaMe rate wi FILL ptccRtmoMs rtoM ANY,DOCTOR R''
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LOUIS E. COHEN Night Phone 239 ,

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