The leader-enterprise

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The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title:
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title:
Leader enterprise
Place of Publication:
Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
South Dade Pub. Co.
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
11 v. : ;


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
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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University of Florida
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4 trae.r"ore"s TabbW H OMESTEAB nest1e"; EADER Y Red4.dtlorving District the

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32-No l jHomestead I Florida Friday- January I. 1943 rice 5 Cent

i, :No Contract, No Labor Is Finding

: Of Farm Conference At Goulds

Air Base Has Setup to Aid I PEPPER AND-CANNON- SPEND '

Ik Families- of Men in Service MOST OF DAY WITH GROWERS j'

U. S. Contracts to Fix 30 .Cents an Hour j

As Pay for Common_ Field Labor Here I

; ADVICE I A hike to SO cents an-hour common 'farm labor, female, U! After lengthy-conferences o.

for common field labor in this a day for 10 hours; male, 30 cents MEXICAN TRADE the farm lab 'r situation yesterday
'area has been approved by sn hour; skilled farm labor, S2Mi
by Grover B. Hill, assistant sec. cents an hour or $3.29: for a 10. In his Goulds office with Senator

IN EMERGENCY retary of agriculture, and this hour day.; There Ii no variationIn TREATY RAPPEDBY Claude Pepper, Congressman Pat

rate will be used in executing pay; specified for work in different C.nnoland representatives of

contract under the farm labor' types of crops as In other L. CHANDLER"Sold the War Manpower Commission,
transportation program of the sec.lons of Florida. United States Service and Fed-

F' department of agriculture, it wu Security Administration Luther
Any service man or his de. Chandler late last night issued the
ana unced early:; this week.
Pendants in the Redland District The customary; rate of pay for FSA FARM CAMP way Lutar down: L the Chandler river" Is the de. following statement:

or from any other area may ap. this section had been $2.50 a day,II scribed the South Florida farm.I I "Either growers must Immedl.

Ply; to the Homestead army air according! to tie testimony; of NOW\ IS OCCUPIEDBY ern' p'lght fallowing signing last! ately sign the FSA contract for
their anticipated labor needs, or
bat for relief In case of emergency more than 50 South Dade farmers week of the three.year trade
who met here with rfficlal of face the certain and disastrous
treaty cutting the du. Mex.I
need of on
; medical
th agricultural wage board Nov. NEGRO LABOR lean tomatoes from 3 cents prospect of their crops going uru
aid or other a.I".nc.OCapt.. ILl 18 a I( harvested. There Is no alterni.tive. .
I pound to 1.5 cents a pound, and '
(. H, Wrtin,.special service officer'.. Approved payments; follow:, making comparable reductions in .
armw; *
-' Negro are how "Th situation.Is. I desperate, '
rr'"thh>.ttr base,, announced this duty otker.v etables.'pTu&.tbat . :*" .occupying:! the .pev,0'': fSA ::fli *f r4 tie .sot1'Die..treaglwouldraZsuitlava C ancllll',..14. trwitVtlrausandsof
I ;
camp ear the Homestead quarters, drastle .' acrei"r"tOMeoeVand bean
more eurtall.ment
line with the governmental It was learned yesterday. readying for harvest within tbe
policy of alleviating the concernof Some farm labor from the Lake of Florida crops was voiced next month growers' applicationsare
by; who said that Mex.
Okeechobee section I* barely trickling In-and with.
U S fighting'! men for the Jean cost of production 'I* about!
to the Homestead area, according: out them the government will not
wtlUbelng of their dependents one-thlrd of He also
BYNEWDRIOUT to local growers, but they.. slim; .o rct. 1 take the first step toward bring.
that th required to
an Army Emergency: Relief office
prospects of the 7,000 to 1,000 Ing In tabor
e has been lilt up at the Homestead field hands which County Agent transpod. Mexican produce to "It Is time to View with alarm',
jb'bl.; American centers will create
army air-base under Capt. Mar.tin' It semed yesterday Chas. H. Steffanl estlmtes will be an I Bean growers with large acreages,
added strain on the railroads.Florida .
that'Homestead and the Redlandarea
needed to Dade miracle
harvest County apparently expecting some
direction. 'He
; may be reach.ed will not be affected by the vegetables can reach the
absolutely no
February.According making
also at his home, the ,Harry; crops same markets In four days.
army's new dlmout regulations tn. Mr. to.ff.ftL. _In_ I provision for laborers to harvest
Cooper cottage on N. W, 6th st The reducjon of the Mexican
According to Frank B. Rue, coordinator
spite of the labor situation about I those beans. Picking contractorsare
} A soldier's primary; purpose of defense for South tomato duty of 1.5 cents Is for the
the usual has been set out workers, and there
acreage promising
and objective is victory in battle, duration
; Chandler was Informed
Dade, this area seem to be au.
to winter crops this year. are not enough worker available
a victory; that will bring peace and iomatfcally exempted by Maj through the office of Congress
here at prices farmers can pay.;
happiness *o his loved ones, a Gen. Standing's order this week man Pat Cannon. After the war
Packing houses are facing) the
victory; that will give him and directing civilian defense author. CHECK REVEALS it will be raised to 2.25 cents.
with no guarantee of la.
those depending upon him a free.) (ties to enforce the dimout gen. The tariff on limes was cut from; season of themIs
And none
bor. practically
doan that I I. their birthright", said,orally; In a strip of 10 miles from 1.5 cents to 1; on green peppers I signing the FSA contract 1
Cspt Martin :yesterday. "In or.I the open sea. Gen. Blending Is AREA JOINS IN fr m 2.5 to Uj; lima beans, 3.5 which Is literally the sole means

der to help the soldier fight this J hwd of the Florida Defense Coun. to.- 2.33: and ma on.. of effectively bringing In either ,
battle, and to relieve his mind of_ ciL Increased Cuban competitionwas
RATIftNPLANS domestic Nassau labor""Growers
concern over the comfort of his'; Flies necessary for protection I predicted by; Chandler who or run no risk of obligating

dependents, and also to ofer, him,of citrus groves from dangerous 1 pointed out that the reductions themselves for unneccs. '.

any assistance, whether by; grantor 'temperatures will be permitted by Local housewives apparentlyare given Mexico will automatically workers by signing up," '
temporary loans, the War De. defense council officers, according "playing ball" with the gov. cuj duties on Cuban vegetables sary Chandler pointed out. "They can

paf.Vnent baa arranged the Army" to Standing's Ins:ructions, al. eminent in regrad to the pro. under the 20 per cent preferentialace order workers as of dais needed
Emergency Relief to work In con. rded the Island.
; though the army prohibits any posed February; rationing of and In event of disaster they can
section with the American Red outdoor fires after dark. canned, dried and frozen fruits He aim remarked significantly cancel that order.

Cross. ;,. -- -- -- and vegetables, a check of grocery: thaI a representative of the "r.en .' "Both white labor for packinghouses
The Army Emergency Relief tine of ,
stores revealed yesterday.No ministry; agriculture and field workers lire
It available to all men In the ger., PUPILS TAUGHT unusual run on the affected Bias Gabriel, has now arrived In' available If negro and when applied for,
vice regardless of rank, and their goods were rep rted and many I'the United States on a govern' and housing facilities are ready'

dependents, to give speedy financial .: merchants had already set up a ment minion concerning the ex. at Camp Redland and two mobile
help wherever and whenever MARTIALDRILL, rationing program of sorts by; lime change of fruit between this
such help is needed. This reliefspay Itlng customer to one or two country: and, ..Argenttjns.GROWERS negro camps.
Is to the
1 ; be granted in the form of, BY ROTC CADETS cans '.f fcardAget products. farmer."The next And It move bolls down up to thisno
money, by loan, by; aid In kind However, the general opinion .
PlAYJACKSON farm contract, no farm la.bor.
;including fuel medical and den. I seemed to be that the Sunday; ."
:ttal tare, hospitalization, sstlsU Fifteen Homestead High School announcement of the proposed

ace securing a pension com. pupils are learning military; drill program was unwise and product GESU
pensatton, insurance, allotments this week under the direction of I I I five of Qnfusionr- One grocer I Jan. 15 Is New DeadlineFor

th] rough information consultant Harvey Rue, R. O. T. Cr cadet !criticized it a* "playing right into War Ration Book 1

or placement and aupervlor7IItrYIe.a. second lieutenant and Herbert ;the hoarder's hands, as unscrupu.ous HEREJAN.5,7 r-btalnln;
I Final date War
I Booth, cadet sergeant who are persons will take advantageof
Tor this purpose of administering her oa Christmas vacation from the respite to stock their pan. Ration Book One has been posts
relict in the army air fore. the University; of Florida. trie" Two local backetball game will paned to Jan. 15, Office of War

e* aloe there an approximately ,The group has learned much mark the first week of the new Information announce Posse
1(0 sections at various camps that will prove useful in civilian THE WEATHER year. Homestead Growers will slon of War Ration Book One will

pants and stations throughout the defense and military life, said Official weather report of the play Andrew Jackson High School be necessary; to obtain War Ration

country and more win b* actf the boy yesterday; Subtropical Experiment Station. here on Tuesday Ight and takeon Book Two. .

rated where they become necea. Participating in drilling are: Homestead, Florida. Gsu her Thur lay.

pry or desirable. Any soldier or Charlotte Geronlmo, Athley; raw ..... arty main The Homestead Clippers, army Redland Post Resumes
t his dependents may, ask far helpat Kemp, Ellen Scballern. Dorothyand ; Dee.-44. T 11 IT 30.07 air ,baa team, were bested 2SJ2 Weekly Meetino Jan. 7
any army post or camp or au.J Nellie Moon, Dorothy; .Kuhn, Dee. 29- --- IJ by; tile Morrison Field quintet
cal Bed Cross. chapter where full Mary; Catherine Suber, Marlow Dee 12_ 7e ..OfDee. Wednesday night In the \local gym The Redlu"4"Flnt Aid Post
tnfronation and speedy assist.Dcwta Jscobsen Bob and Jack Deaf 27_ 11 ILL No admission was charged for the will resume Its weekly meetings

\ b*.given ,fey a' comp lass. Roger Glenn Belt, Spear. DIe. 2L _. 11 ,03| game which brought into action Thursday Jan. 7, In the Woman's i
:" 'j tent and qualified personnel whoM Tommy Harris, Fred Hobart and Dee. Its-- 7so J8.MI ..1'DM. former college and professional, Club building on Redland road, M h
+...\\\t; ,( Pat Tea) I Lynx Inrtau .N.1 7T .llaOO") JM 'players In the Morrison<< lineup. announced yesterday: /

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.. ;Zone One Chiefs Will Meet Jan. 6 f

I OUR l\1 E"N IN'SERVIICE To Solve Ration Survey Problems R.slMr ttrha.last .

A Dim oat 01 I
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- -- I A meeting of assistant tone Some 290,000: ; Dade County: residents .
Wilbur Free Become* Letter Archer It now an avla.tlon Jl.s.
1 leaders, ,sector, r leaders and will be aakedto'register! for; :
Marine Corps.,Captain cadet In ;[the Naval Reserve' these tags which 'w$} ,be -word ,1
their assistant to thresh out
He wlU continue hit premedical
I about the wrist, according: to Mrt
First Lt. Wilbur Free hat been course at Columbia] Junior.CoLlege out problems resulting tram the Weintraub. w. RFAl/ HE:WANTAD3HAPP .4
Washington, D. Ci 'until ..
promoted to captain, according to block plan' survey on'the that* I u --,
called/or training, according to
word received by.'hit mother (he..neat program'hat"been called .
word received by hit parents,' Mr.i
Mrt Lull Free of Homestead. and Mn Ben Archer. foe Jan. I in the city hall, an.nounces ,
Capt Free 12,4 flight .Instructor NEWYE1\Rjd' ,
Mrs. J. T, Hammett lead.
I' the aviation training field of 'I ? ]'
the U. S. Marine Corp it Kings ATen .Nell left Dec. 2 ; er" of Zone One' Mrt Sidney
ville. Texas.Stevie Camp Perry Va., to report for Welntraub of Miami county
ductlon lest the Seabeet chairman of the plan, will be
I I 1 present to give necessary Inform
Does Not Want"GrassSkirted"
Dell Drarwdy it now stationed atlon.
Wife with the army air forces IOme.1! A) this meeting! It It expected
where Australia He that Instructions will be given for
Thercll be no "gruuklrted" armed forces about a year ago at I distribution of Identification tags I
wife for Stevle Biondo, U. S. Ma. Keeiler Field Milt I .
rive serving somewhere In the : *.:if II
Church of God Names
Pacific, according to I recent let. Robert Capllnger, son of Mr I I
ter he WI1 te to Mn Frank Irwin and Mrt E. S. Caplmger, who has Sunday School Faculty
thanking her for a Christmas been working In a Dayton, O, ma.
;I c. F. Waldron hat been
package. chine gun plant for a year and re-ap.I
The letter written Dec. 10, told half was Inducted Into the armyat pointed Sunday: school superln We appreciate the loyalty of our many

Of his being very busy and spoke Camp Benjamin Harrison on I' tent of the Homestead Church of friends in 1942 and welcome the new
of the scarcity of news that he Dec I. He volunteered for para God for the new year. Henry year
wan permitted to reveal. Richard chute duty and has been Kufeldt It assistant superintendent .I with the determination to make our service
Biggen of Homestead who la ltd. to a parachute troop i and Walter Kufeldt, secre.
boned at the same base recently tary and treasurer I even better than in the old
wrote hi, mother, Mrt Georgia i Corp. and Mrs. Patrick perry. Teachers are: Mrs Cart Stead,I
Blggera, of hit need of I flash man Mrs D S Conner Jack I adult class; Mrs. R. E. Hastings,'
light, therefore, a flashlight was Sullivan and Miss 'eM Sullivan young people's class; Henry Ku.
one of the articles enclosed by visited Pfc James D. Conner and feldt, Intermediates; Mill Clarice Western Auto Associate StoreJ.
Mrs. Irwin In her Christmas pack. Pfc Jimmy Atkins at their stationIn Dodson, juniors; and Mrs J. H.
age Key West on Pfc. Connci's Dodson. primary class. L. Kulp,. OunerWollam
birthday Dec. 22. On the 26th, Mrs Waldron hat been re-ap.
Tommy Whitehead of the .U. S I D S. Conner visited hit f n lust pointed church secretary and
Navy returned Friday to Athens prior to the latter't transfer from treasurer
Ga. after a visit with his mother, Tort Taylor to an unknown det.ilnntlon. J
Mr L J. Walkup of Florida City. j I

I Waters' Barber Shop ,j! v

t 'Wkd? atQJh "A Friendly Shop" s

Service :Men Cordially !

WAll BONDS WelcomedN
Flailrr Ave. Homestead
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The biggest field gun In the Army
That's the HO-mm, hewltier. Its I IJ READ THE WANT-ADS ,. - .
twenty'teet of barrel and must be
i pulled Into position by trsctort. After ". " ,..,,,.. .."' ......,...., '
It It rolled Into place, Its own k
wheels are removed and the Big GLASSES
i Bertha la set upon its emplacementready .
to Ore at Its target some twenty -T Keep "
l miles away. Wide.DrwtlMN 1\

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The cost of these huge guns runt etrtte M* "be WimtkeJ. O.MMlf Prosperous
f kelp** tlew.ade Loop Urtl
Into thousands el dollars but we can
assure the Army of obtaining them
I by our purchases of War Bonds. Dr. B. F., Stebbins
Tea percent or more of your Incomeis New 4
necessary. The easiest way la tot Dr. L. W. Stebbins Year
join the Payroll Savings Plan at 1225 \V. Flatter SI, Miami 1.4
I your o"lce or factory Let a "Tea
Phone J-M1S ,
thai tea percent.
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I January 1.1943 N011ESTI Al 'I.EAfE1lANfENTEiPRISF_ PRIl'P< Three
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Utr. /and Mrs. Robert B. Cast of' / '
pent several day this week with '
j 1C* oernme geese la be
Miami were guest Sunday of Mn W. K. WUn, 1
During the
thrifty. K
yea save yes are
In and !I their parent, Mr. and Mr*. Ivan'I Ntw Year holiday Mr* Walton J "'rift,. War Bond help inU 11
j JlroundHomestead I Moser and Mrs_Wilmer Cast. will bo: a guest of Mr*. Martha Jr' save and help to save
1.)1, Murray In Miami. America. Buy your tea fm
[i Mn. Elizabeth Fuchs of Miami (Continued on Page Five) I rat every fr *./.
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'9 The Rev. O. Sewell Palmer I;j Hollywood 'were Christmas guest
visited several day ,thl, week!of their sorUn-law! and daughter,i e "ptii
with hip parents; ,' the Rev. and I''Mr. and Mr*. Augustus Wynn i
Mn. W. J. Palmer, in Haines Mr*. G. L. Donaldson and chit i
, City. HU sister Dr. Mary Leigh dren Lavon and Jack Wayne,'
Palmer of Chicago, and 'his visited Mr. .and Mn. Wynn from
brother, the Rev. Wm. Palmer,1 Sunday till Tuesday of this week.'
also visited them at the tame j

" time. George Estell underwent an
operation Tuesday morning in
W. B. MUle if recuperating James Archer Smith Hospital. j jMr
from an attack of Influenza. j

I I *. Chester"N I, of Miami and'
Mitt Jeanette Willl who has .
her son. Henry, y.ere guest Sat.!
pent the holiday her with her
urday of Mn Selma RelU. Over'the
parent Mr. and Mn. Roy Darby
week-end. Mrs. Reitz enter.
will leave Sunday for Everglades
!talned Mrs. Fannie McDavId and,
where in* teaches. Is wish to
daughter Miss Dbrothy, of Plant our every resident of

Leo Bernecker 1, III at his home City -1;!. '
the Redland District.
on Krome ave. and Silver Palm Corporal and MrV Patrick Per. May your i

dr. ryman left Saturday. for Fort
-. Banning, Ga., aft er spending the' | : troubles melt away in 1943
?,When Mr. and Mn. Wm. Gee Christmas liollda; l ; s'lwlth relative!i
returned from their holiday va. here and m Mia 11. Mr.' Perry.'
cation ,In 'Alv., Fla,. Sunday mbn I* the forn; djr Mis Myrtle'
,they brought'back with them for Conner. :
: 'a' one-week visit Mn Williams' ,
sister, Miss Doris Wllllama of, '
Your ad 1 lo ks
Alva. > twice as
L. L. Chandler, Pres.
big in the taljloid l Leader-
Mr. and Mn. B. C. Murphy pent : I
Christmas In Miami with their Enterprise. ;

v son.liula.wi and daughter, Sgt. and -- -
Mn. Cecil Conway. Sgt, Con.
way I li home on a furlough from
Camp Blandlng.
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Mrs. Ann Kosh of Miami spent
the holidays here aj the guest of
her uncle Dr. J. E. Johnstone. I
I IMr.
.. .Chat. W. Smith of Miami
visited several day this week pt7is r1 f
i with her mother, Mrs. Emma
Mo er. VMr
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i .and Mrs Earl Cravey were '

. host, on Christmas to Mrs Crav.
I ., ey'a brother Sgt J. C. Wllltemi
, who As on a thirty-day furlough
from his station in Trinidad, B, I
W. I. Sgt. Williams ha, gone toFitzgerald ''

Ca, where he will,
visit his parents, Mr. and Mm.O. I
J. Williams, for the tint time
In three and a half years. J 1I

Mr. and Mr*. Louis Fayard re.
turned Saturday to their home I

In Blloxl Mis*., after a twomonthvisit
,with their son-ln.luw and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart
Springer. Miss Diana Springer:
of Miami has been a guest at the'
Springer home since Christmas. I

Coleman Irwin, U. S. N.. .I
man flnt clans, on Sunday .
ited his brother and
Mr. and Mr*. Frank Irwin. He 1* I
Rationed at Port Everglade I 7

Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Smith of
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think up a suitable word for I 1 Chinaman shirt would make a get the Inch added and the sur. 'pose: the bugs had been para.
HOMESTEAD LEADERAND yourself. Maybe you wouldnt''whole lot of difference but it did. plus was absorbed. Now we need sitelzed-made hosts to the

ENTERPRISE: like mine. Two decades ago the South was that cotton and that Inch I* to be ."featherJegged" fly and these '
0' 0 suffering from a surplus of cotton, cut off and another two Inches are "pizen" to the pumpkin bugs,
Founded 10 nil Colliers once said that since Some genius began to make fig." with It.Florida. so the Aussie thus hope to get
World War I, there had been urea and found that the 400 mil. .'rid of their otfn. Do you recall
h'ubll.the South..... Fridays Dads Publ"hln"ft.t 11.1.... FI.,. printed each week an average of lion Chinese used a little over a recently sent an "armyof .that old rhyme "An fleas have
2,000 books, magazines and neus. billion and a half shirts In a Invasion" to Au.lralla-two !on their backs other fleas to bite
paper stories concerning It Whata I''year: an Inch added to their million pumpkin bugs That ''em; and these also have other 1 BEN ARCHER and gdttorMARJORIE rood will be let loose when we I length would absorb a lot of cot. English possession already 'had 'I fleas and so on, ad flnitum. J.
: I.F.ACR ARCHER begin to write the history of the ton and the more used the more plenty of these pests but the
Managing Editor present one. we would sell They managed Florida shipment was for Pur READ THE WANT-ADS
Neee and satietysuasCRIPTION In lib (heyday twenty ,"n""

ago, William Randolph Hearst i
RATER spent half a minion ou

I. Dude ceuay__ ___ ..___._ .1.0',buying In Spain an eleventh een.1
ad Dade C.onty---_ ttJAcnt.rad and YEAR
t-W.ld. j tury monastery HAPPY 'NEW
to this country. My, what a lot
a. ..send *low mull -it- of that su m would
Marsh II. 1(11 o* the goat ottleo Moii ;]
11 ..t.U. ........... under UM M ofnorth i have educated. Recently it sold
I. int. I for 19000. "A f-* but why .-
_. I finish the quotation You knowit \ "
a* well as I do and know thatIt Ar t '
The Glowing Lights
I Is true
of HomeBy : .
Annie MalMw Fitzpatrick I Pathfinder magazine says we .
chewed 150 million pounds of t
Affrighted as i little child when.
coaxed too far to roam I gum last year. People chew gum
My heart grew light when I be. for the same reason others smoketo .
held the gleaming lights of,- relieve their nervous ten. a.
home. lion.
Whenravel.. took me far away 000 :May all your troubles be little
Praises be! Maybe we will not
and catacombFull
to' Alps oft at night I dreamed about be obliged to ration chocolate a'i I ones-if you must have troublesin

those glowing light at home. a new source of 'makings" 1943EDWARD
And when my barque lafe-har.,ben found a ship returning from I
icr makes, through breakershite Africa bringing in 100,000 bagsof : .
foam cacao beans STILINGREAL
: with ,
., . .
1 mow whose hand will trim for
Tie those glowing lights ofCURRENT Hoboes of America Incorporat.
flume ed claim to hove 60000 member,. ESTATE AND INSURANCE
In the armed service
...............'............ ..'... I Florida City

: .1 A clever cartoonist dubs Santa

as the Captain of the Infant. ?

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You wouldnt think an inchmore i'
Bjr AGNEW WELSHwith or less on the length of a I .

hli opinion' Address _......
oath,.. to *..... Wfl.h 141 1'1. II:.
lath street M.I., n.Milan ..
Now, ..... *.lik W.1|MMM
_...... oft his. "CotIo......." whether .
they bo I* agreement or ot nrlnw \\U'!'

They have a new name for that

! aching Ing: they void call caused.It to gas by palm gas ration. Happy New Year! !!IJ I'. ,: '

me. 9 !Ii free ,
The date chamber of commerce
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note, that during 1942 Florida In. )
comes were greater than for any f ,
year of its history, being about ,. I
one and a quarter billion dollars May 1943 light the way once again'to "

an Increase of 195 millions over \\ '1

1941. o . peace, prosperity and happiness III ,

A New York man who can
speak 73 language makes Ms
living by washing dishes while for one and all.
a Florida upstate eiirun pickers #
get $80 per week and do not need gi
to speak any language

We now have a new brand af I
female warrior fiilorene*. Theyare
assistants to the hostesses at

like Gash recreation that, what Job.centers a lot of for gals soldiers would Tropical Agriculture Co-operative AssociationGoulds


A navy bulletin says six new Florida
classification have been made
with 49 ratings In all depending
on the degree of Intelligence re.
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\ IN AND AROUND '|I and Fred Brockett were OrliUmai
guests of Mr. and Mn. W. W.

HOMESTEAD) Severy and family.L. j Charron-Williams Commercial College

a"nY.M""MINMMMML".I"M".LMINM"M.M.."" I C. Aldrich was a Christmas UnMI Itk rfcM P..... BM.. lOp,...ll* Pant WCIet). ........ T'". Mill
(Continued From Page Three) guest of Mr. and Mri. Frank Stalling HUT Wlllluu MnrtarhcratuM

Mr.. Carrie Welbaum of MI. of Miami. ; '_II... CM a.r.irs w4 C..rtMtor C.....> .. Chats *f start
M\I and her grandchildren, Caro. __ .. Tnl l. Cra4MM
1' Oftm All 1 Day r Btraliic Onraoi. Superior a ruUv -
week-end Miss Helen Schroeder I I. ill at
lint and. Earline were ... .. .._.. .
her father ff fonU NOW Uw ToUtao roM.Opporlunkta.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Ham. I her hornLast week ,

mett. Fritz Schroeder was confined at for mil trained crt slat east sell .ewe, .....,. sod ........ fin round bemuse d.esti.a. ...k u U *fu .
home with an Infected foot. ; hale,.. worinn tr* growing .oMtantlyu Lions have an actually 'finite I. ewer I ad ..suable hare. sousees
Mr. and Mn. C. Ben Plummer T I II MIM o( UM ...... u4 .u>f .o < -'. I 1 ,
shows both OIF iUtktln and MtttMllU oral.-i. r"A. ft funbkwMM tmntnloiiK -
pent Christmas in West Palm I Harry Defiler came from Key! Bio 1_<. Position at bilk. MwxUHTh. .. I
West for the holidays. oft kwhMM *BevUw, M4 proprtiosatel Wes M other type of l wilt
Beach with their IOn and d autftuterJnJaw I ummiitliK 4rp.rur..nt to ta iluntt prortoX and U leads Into VMUM tW
Dr. and Mn. C. Ben I BlanrhCh."pman ) tk* mud tat wad Safest .. updhfixd uonnuiil. Ru4 iliw one MvM mat Mlkly' .turnpi mloifk
Mr*. and Mr. people to nil theo portion* fcruotUnMiul rrowt.
Flummer Jr.FLORIDA. tk* TCHH km the Kimtan of pea"'I' In fortified with a Mluli training
and Mrs. Herbert Vann I I
) were Christmas guests of Mr.! type <. Mm I* deed the .mar-phi >n..m n>i In I. dun* 4 >M CITY and Mn. Harry Degler.Mr. warMn who have taught I* eeme of the
.our brfm .. to fort changing a. (MOW of appwate i for young an sadwo.ea
Br Mn. W.,W. SererMn. / [ autoloading Mhaok. tl th> _trr. M this aai.m. are tbrs.ehltWavered
and Mrs. Cummings of West omit trMifc. Oanatraining., soak H to ..r,....J a eea't goad paltM5e whoa
Palm Beach have moved into the A okool ukta. forward .NwS t* tart.n >r this MlKiol U M lnol UiMU>... Mtk.od that flow thet awese and rte.a.s .
John Zellar Mr. and that ban bas l.
and dm
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house Palm IW
Leach on ave. la gad of tho pmota an loilrtol 4* -r pease way
101.... Henry Baum of Cnttenabbrc I > iml.. Im TfcumiilM blow baiaae son wwi than MM. while. MM M an ......_ TW OnMon Wet&
K. J. will arrive next week to teat, fa Uw CUn WUII .a Co.meaialTallero Irutt wmm the work of thou .1 some tho arsaWmhy to MOW you tkrowk
I "What's that ugly Insignia on I. __.. when aid.owair _
pend the winter' at. .their home with the denaw. Uw of Mnirlnt m. tie aha.l and vivo re" wormad" or
the aide of the bomber?" Now Is and se.ea.i.g .
here. kvfot, haters tmlnliv tor mro paM witty w. town _.. tbaf
"Sh h.h.hl That' the com. work an ..rpwedfspeeialelos acs tow Mite. Though yea May j tale an , thatr buys ...< orb MOWSTARTING
Miss Beatrice Cline was a week. manding officer looking out of a they do t. the" pew NM rw *w late air .lI\IroIr dlffiwntprof e three are assay sand paoItIa- WeAIns.
end the porthole"Froth. tkalar aurae. feat Strom In bid and .lo... eM hsksaud .nod I. ../1,
fliNt of Mr. and Mrt. C. M.
Russell of Miami.
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Mr. and Mn. D. K. Sabin of
Toledo will arrive this week for
a short visit with F.D. Lelninger

Dr. and Mn. L. H. Rothenburgand S

ion, Lt. Waldo Rothenburg

of Coi Cob, Conn., and Mis, Mary SUNDAY 7:45 P. M.
Ellen Parker of Roanoke, Va., ar.
rived Friday for a visit with Mr.)
and Mn. Wm. J. Geronimo.
Charles Clinton spent Christmasat 1

tilt home here and Mn.. Clinton .
and daughter, Diana returnedto
Studies the Bookof
Key West with him for the on

Weekend.Mr. .
Please accept our sincere appreciation
and Mrs.: L. Cook of Home. Revelations

stead and ion, Sam who I, tta. of your good will during
tloned at the air base were Sun.

day guests of Mn. Harry Degler. 1942 and our wishes for a happy

Mr. and Mn. Carl Jeffery an. New Year. Bible Study Tues. and Thurs., 7:15; P. M.
Bounce the birth of a ion, Thorn
n. .i Charles, Friday In the James \\1
. Archer Smith Hospital


Monday after a visit of several
weeks In Miami. F. Howard, Agent

Mowry St. at S. E. 2nd A ve.
Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Rohrer of Homestead Florida

Miami spent Christmas with 2 Blocks East of Redland Hotel ,
Homestead relatives

Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Derbyshire
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Severy of 11

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:' li@Mb-s.d Aiiiaanl INIUBANCB Tea*. Meat'Vetoed rnoHllo DO NOT" rVT Off U>N
} NOW Raise lalreaMly UW f t age naa Wttk-Mai pwrceat '"fh j I J4Enterpjse.Classifiecl.Adt
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I l Mutual l Benefit Health & Accident Association ...f7 hs_da7"' ,, j

"Lanoaa Oriaalaetlen He KIM to the w_"
INCOME rOLICIBS-TeHcy ....... .*W Po Net' Hap This Clown ikeold. Visit TWo Office Ae It CM Possibly Be Adder

., peraon today b More fully aware Aeeoclatlon b ont of- the. few aompanbawhlck Many wealthy woman Invest I. varlouatyoet
IM kM ken that lift laauraaae b writing. DISABILITY MONTHLY af toiuraaoa. kaeauet H b a deft-
deftaht provbnne for an n.. INCOMI POLICIES. Promt Mutual' alto ......_ at ae.frty Other. uaa H
future red that H b tea eeft I... Benefit policy koUera who do not hap this foe a meaaa to accumulate a fund for
upon which IM can Ideas ...... elauM written Into their policies Should travel and athara. w ratify the. wish of
to ....1.. toward the nibble I.. eta M,. n..... nt the first apporlualtyand every woman-Ika Security of a home. ,
toetttiitlon which will meet kb tillers b a feasibility 1 that H tat be Tka woman left atone. ta lea world find.
_.... The Mutual Benefit Health (.. '-. the. protection of (Murane* an Invaluable .rev.
.... AieoelMlon b tuck as Inrtt. protection. and oars woman should urge
Then are numerate plane for laearanee e
. .. every man In her family to tarry this
.I" 10 tkravk this Association. One
b up U mm family to dkcMee ,,. protection
form b
problem. U know where yen are especially adapted to penontdopendlnc I The Mutual Benefit Health Accidentiaoelatlon 1
principally Individual
financially and why k>cauM avery upon re- ta purely mutual The poll
Ira.. Mm la at the never of .....- iponalklllllea. The atonomb baleswbky cy koldert. own. the, _poo,. It aabtaeolely ,
h elu.and' profeaelonal faclMtleahroutkt .......
term aatM and aroMHal for them and In ( ky them.Mr. .
to hot site, developedtheir ...._.
.i u Innltutlon Ilk. the Mutual wfes Te.pon.lbllltlet'W : . tovlten all our _do.0
Health AotHcat Aeaoclatlon b there of Mutual visit big office sleet H ta most to Impoa.
Dearth meet and aubta In the aohitlon In
aalaadM. aoiUlei to atm ..... tibia for kb rcpMeenUtlvaa to call atyour
a moat admirable manner.
store of business or komea. aa In
representatives will Idly' 1 outllna
Very often women today are the' !" normal "_ owing to tack of tranetlon
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program for you Individually .., households ar toMtlhute largely to ,.... lover which they have no .... .
that family They bop base the v
the upkeep and the' ....... of ether" trot we urn that yon do thla. Visit
hap tkrauk had the which utmo-l thousands flnaadal af '1.7. 0.1" While) carrying thaw. reapolteloMttea .... this office the' ant time ta Miami and OUR BEST WISHES :FOR 1943
and kara should .1.. thought to her ,...... when talk. our your 'Iniuranc* problema. Every
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Fuller Brush Company for Typev-Tlltn Adding Machines FUNERAL HOME

IA and Cash Registers
MIAMI Olllcoa Located I. the Postal Bids, SIT N. I. let Ave.

Producers ., B....... .,_.. and maps far every Penonal. Beueek.ld and 1..._ Box 106W. Rt. t. Miami Fla.r .
trial V... H_. Office and Factory In '.... .
Hartford ( A Company Whose Trustworthy
itiutu" .. ,, .' .Baal.,.,,, .i-' ,,''tau.t. ',
and B ih Class Pelldee. and products move brought InLrnallanal BtcwalllanWherever .

good brushes. kruome mope rurally Improving Ita products and e. I
and duller are wed Fuller product are far In Ittt b enjoying the greatest mlima ..
known, In tea. United states alone more at business In its It years of arr'lea .
than 10 million women are familiar with .' and b ...dl.0 its Immense line
Fuller brushes and Fuller ......*. '.1. .it varloua intervals many new low pricedleceeeltlea .
Par office are established to over lit for the. KomeOna .
tttlea to the United Ruled and Canada of the mt popular anlfkxmaau ,
More than 1000 Independent dealers '>....'" ta the Fuller Correct khape \Ik
bring word to kouaewlvea of the lalo.1Inboraevlnc I Tooth Brush. which b scientifically da \ :' ,
,devleoa for the homa. Each signed for brushing I....... outside and .
product. eartlea the well known Fuller between the tocth. and It hot ......... one
Bed Tip Tag and trade mark that It of the fastest eelllnt tooth brushes oa .
be Identified :. . .
WAY readily the market.Moat .
Mot only does the Fuller Brwk Company of w kava come to feel that the
hap offices throughout principal Fuller brush Company Occupies a kliplaoa .It :." '
altlea of the United stated and Canada. to our dally ....... Ita pmcrea- .,. I. ( .....'
r hut It has warekouee.* In Zealand. BnulhAmerica give maaaiement bas ben at all times : 'f"" .
New Zealand. Australia and active In promotlni expansion. and devel > M.1..
t South Africa. ..pment of 'this aretlon t ..h. policy
i Tka Fuller Brush Company makes M aoupled with the production of gods of
different. klnda of Probes for It neea.Ita the filthiest quality, has merited the. poalUon -
well known ikmn From head to they have attained
foot cellar to attic describes the many Many .111...... however. let Into the
and rarlrd wee which. III brushes meet.Honeewlvea habit of taking essential service of such Happiness and good cheer-our New Year e

everywhere know Fuller Important Industries aa a matter pi
brushes for their blob quality and aer- ..u.... The Fuller Brian Company k .
vice and .., they an the standard ky o vital factor In our Industrial ont.nllatlon wish to all our friends.
which other brushes are Jud.... and worthy of our lupport lUll
The Fuller Brush Company b ton call office. for sparest dealer

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i January 1. 1943HOMESTEAD LEADER,AND ENTERPRISE Page Seven ,_
\: slat soldier in, .handling. .. ."any dif. I-.d' I titer,. I I live summoned to bedside of paw 1 JI
.ErKRAMER HEADS ficulties. SAT 7iiIt discharged disabled sol-r Look after the comfort of rela. tiell"' ''' ./ A!
I diet' establish himself In civil 1
\IRED CROSS FIELD OFFICERInvestigate I life.Flan for 'vocational rehablllta I '

conditions for con.i tlon for men discharged for phy.
f f : UNIT AT AMUSE fidential Information needed to leal handicap
considering question ot dis. Obtain medical-iocial histories f
* r charge and furlough. ot patients NewYear'sGreetings
>. Reprinted freer Th Clip. Make loans to soldiers to visit Keep family Informed In case
: Weekly Newspaper *f home In cases of need (distress, of serious or prolonged illness.
; t JUT sickness, death) after verification Send family detail of soldier's
| UM Homestead Army Air Secure Information needed in death as advised by medical of.

Bue, considering question of deduction
f.( :Keeping line with U. Colonel from pay or payment of rent for

*< : '. policy of providing for: soldiers family
1 Help adjust personal or family t
| welfare of the members
I problem affecting morale
i the armed force stationed
> .e at the Army Air Base al OFFICER ""

tt of the Military and.Naval lI
medically approved
Welfare Service of the American
recreational activities for convalescents v
Bed Croai has recently been es.
t ; also for hospital person
I 4 UbllShed it this post. At present net
-the' office of' the field direector, Write letters for those unable
"which' U. the official title: of the to write and encourage a soldier WE e
family to write.
I I In charge ,is located In
person Aid In solving a soldier's prob.
,4Bulldlng. T.isa just .ace se, from. lems regarding his recovery. WISH YOUA
:Ttbe P. X. with E. A,. Kramer ai Make loan to. patient when
the director. necessary for therapeutic fur.OPALESCENT .
-i The Red Cross U responsible

, 'IJor the welfare aervlcet for able 'Mien Nair Btfsas 1. A An" t
I !bodied men In. the armed force I qlt..{
. 'and for social service and recrea. may.
'"lion for patient and convale'centi *-' HAPPYPROSPEROUS
: From Army Regulations I

>..(30.71 w* read that the puposeai : BEAUTY
i' 'of the American Red Cross are SHOP !
. "to furnlah volunteer aid to the I
salt E. FUfkr It.
f lick and wounded of the armies MI..I I
f In time of war-To act in mattersof | 1'01.111.. Opal .... .", FK>. I YEARIN OUR BEST: 'WISHES FOR A
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' Service ot the Best Type M
" voluntary relief and In accord .t. *>l
.I|' Reasonable r...... All Week Dm. *, I :
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: with the military naval au.thorities i i, BkllM Beauty Optratera ONLY THE YEAR OF BOUNTIFUL CROPS
ai a medium of communication FINEST or NATIONALLY ADVER

of the United States of peoPI'j .
: and their Army anjlNavy"
, Than are many kind of .beauty shop % 1943.McCRORY'S.
,'we see that there are two but the superiority of an I
Jobs: First, to bolster morale byj I|I 0 this ...1..... to Judged from the ..ta.d.I FLORIDA CITY STATE
, relieving anxiety and worry ofi I I point of ..prkD. and equipment to
any member ot the armed forces''carry o> the ,Madam knnchM >( beauty FARMERS' MARKET
I Ii I allure string thorough M4 .
from whatever cause-at his own reliable
i or at his commanding officer's" service.The. I

I i request Second, to obtain con.j ,,ta Miami OPALESCENT It ... of the .BEAUTY.... |0 k.SHOP city. II
fidentlal Information horn I
on when. the hhhw branches of bnirtf .
i conditions required by command.! ir. They M. men than I
ring officers in considering ques. on. system ..t-: waving WM I* I
'I lions of discharge and IurloUllh.///!Miami to give. the cwtonwr the .,... of
t and by medical officers in mat.i[wan which her Mir "' ..onde.. ,.... I
' ten of medical treatment and Mir h not loft dir and bash. but DM.
|seams .......
be n attractive On. map bet I
care To more specific the well dr>.....l. but If h..r l..4n an.I .
r general type of service the Red I| .M and .. of Hill or no ......
l Cross can render are given be. hw entire appearance suffers detraction.
low: Every woman ....rd,... of Row limited
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REQUEST OF SERVICE MANOR r budget may be should patronlw a
good beauty shop like this on. at ' .
> Th. dry temperature of our homw
r Arrange relief .for distress otsoldier1 the dirt and grime everywhere about tu.
family. the demands made b, ones family and
also by axial and business obllntloMnact
Assist in locating soldier'sfamily.
a toll which ran be wardrd off by
good beauty shop ....1... Besides gains'
Assist In securing employment to a shop like this on. when .....1.. b
.for members of soldier family. excellent. prlr" reasonable. together with
Advise loldler'. family on welfare . cleanliness and rhfvrfulnAia proves aml
, matter tonl..
t. Assist In solving business problems Opal Krkhoff the popular and efficient
, of soldier or his family. head of this shop and an expert In kmprofeMlon
. InvltM a.)II out of town women y ri
Information on government's

ta phone for appolntmrau. Just call
program of insurance, allotments .
' Miami I tllS and the time not gong
pensions, .elc.. and act wnlnt for you will be arranrMlJust .

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t May 1943 Write: "Peace on Earth"We

YEAR' are grateful to all the growers in the Redland Districtfor

... the:fine support and co-operation they have given us in help-

? a I ing solve the many new problems which have confronted and

II are confronting us in these times of global warfare. We thank

I you for helping us build our co-operative organization and making .

1942 a successful season. r "

J. T. TOMERLIN Happy New Year to you all and may 1943 bring peace on

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and Mn. K. E. Clark

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The marriage of Miss Mary ELeanor Jean Wright of Creensburg, Pa,, the engagement, of their
Thlrty-tlght soldiers at the aisle {I a skating dance melody
Wllllama and Emil Joseph and Miss Bee Jay Thompson o fof daughter Betty Frances, to Carl! .
: by Mr Mark
Graham was solemnized at 4 o'. Butler, Pa. college ro. mmates Elwood Van Winkle of Norfolk, Homestead army air base hospital
clock Saturday afternoon In the the bride who were to have been Va., and Homestead. were given an afternoon Christ Mini Mary Ellen: Dealing and

First Methodist Church of Home. her bridesmaids were unable to Mill Cark hat visited In H; me. mss party Dec. 23 by the UnJ.venl7 Mimes Hilda and Clarice Dodson

tead. ',make travel reservations. stead and is well known here. Club of Homeslead. sang and little Sylvia Barnes
The service was read by the After the reception the bridal Mr. VanWinkle ii a aon of Mr*. gave a humorous reading.
Rev. A. A. Koestllne of Bartow''couple left for a brief wedding Harry Strader and the late Wm. The patients, wearing hand. Wm. Musaelwhite led both patient

former pastor of the church be. trip. Mrs Graham traveled in VanWinkle. He ha been employed t me, maroon jacket or navy and visitors In spirted
blue robes, bad been moved from of Christmas carol
fore the altar which was banked a gold mil..with matching hatblack in Washington three yean singing
with white gladioli and palm accessories *and gardenia and at present I I. In the United5taIII private room to the big ward Each soldier drew a number
next the sun room in which the for the individual gift be wu to
and lighted by tall white tapen corsage. Coast Guard at N, rfolk. '
In white candelabra. J! The bride bet re her gradua. 1 club delegation wa received' by receive and the gift were delivered

The bride, elder daughter of Mr. tine from Redland High SchoolIn the hospital bead. Capt. Lej. R, by the children. Colophon
and Mrt. Casper Williams, was JI3I bad achieved success in The Calendar Varon, and hit staff. wrapped bags of. fruit and chew,

given In marriage by her father. dramatic roles. She received 8 Miss Lot Behrens, club pre*. lug gum alto were distributed.The .

Her sister, Miss Barbara WiL diploma from the department of Jan. Business meeting ef ident, extended a Christmas camp photographer snipped

Items, was maid of honor and lit. dramatic at Wayneaburg College Junior Woman'i Club. greeting to the men, and a abort" many views, and visitors and

tie Sylvia Same was flower girl'and last June received a bach.tor's Jan. Meeting of Homeietead program arranged by Mn. W. B. patient bad a chance to get ac

The beat man was Burton Graham degree from Allegheny! Co!. B P. W. C. at home of Mri. W. Mill wa presented quainted.

.f Baltimore, brother ,t the bride. tege. she belongs to Alpha Chi K: Walton. I Mis Theresa Redd played an -Other'jchfb member present

(room. Jack Turner and Joe Hick Omega sorority. At present she Jan. 5-W. M. U. circle accordion solo. Little Rennle and were Mrs. Geo. D. Xeuhle, Mn

eon served ai usher. hat charge of the office at Red. ing with Mn. J. C. Vann. meet-I Barbara Mark sang a duet t. Ruth Scat, Mn. Ivan Moaer, Mn

Mr*. Julian H. Webster at the land High School. Jan. Business meeting violin aco mpamiment played by J. G. Wynn, Mrs. H. G Thurman

organ played the nuptial music, The bridll'OOlleon of Mr. and Homestead W. S. C. S. I their I mother, Mr*.. Herman Mrs., Green Rivet, Mrs. Ben
and Mr H. L. Brandenburg tang Mn. H. H. Graham of Naranja, Jan. 7- All-day meeting of Mark { Archer and Miss Fern Robertson

"The Sweetest Story Ever Told" like the bride, was graduated Presbyterian Auxiliary with Mrs. Young Emma Jane Rives In a Miss Dorothy Behren and little
and "Because." from Redland High School In 38. Paul Haley.
1 I shimmering white satin skating Jan Thurman also were pre
The bride was lovely In a white He is a senior in the school of 1 Jan. Meeting of Redland costume danced through the ent.
f satin gown and a fingertip veil medicine at Duke University and' First Aid Post In Woman'i Club

held by a tingle white gardenia.She a reserve officer in the army building. I NEIGHBORHOOD CLUB
carried a shower bouqet of medical corps. He belongs to Jan. Meeting of Episcopal 1
gardenias and tuberoses. The Alpha Kappa Kappa fraternity. Auxiliary wl,h Mrs. H. E. Schaff. i VICTORY
Uppers barely visible under her Jan. 13-Meeting of RedlandW. Families of members of the
S. C. S. Neighborhood Club were guests
long gown were those her mother Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
had worn ai a bride. !1 I hosts at cauzen'l Jan. 19-Meeting of Woman'i it the annual Christmas party

The maid of honor wore a gown were attended a all the Club f the Redlandi. held Monday night in the Calder. BUY
party by
of misty blue made with silk bro. beri of their family: Tech.mem.1 1 Jan. 22-Social meeting of the wood tales room with Mn. Law.:
I Woman' Club of the Redlandi. renci Klopp and Mr Dorothy UNITED
qade bodice and flowing skirt of
and Mrs. R. W. Gauzeni i f Cher.
silk marquisette. Her flowers Jan. 25-Meeting of Homestead Gqwdy a* hostesses. STATES
Point N. Cand Infant .
ry daugh.'tec
were pink carnations. '' I I Art Club at 3:45 at home of Mr. Bunco and Bingo were played
Mr. and Mrs
Ronnye Lynne;
during the evening and
E. Schaff.
The charming little flower girl J. E Gauzeni, Jr.. of Miami and I IH
ments served.
wore a pink silk marquisette I thief I Infant daughter. Nelda; and I were retre.r.1 BONDS
} frock and her golden braids were, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Watkins ofI GARDEN CLUB TO !MEET J
Mr. and Mrs.: Frank
tied with pink bowa From her I! Homestead and their chldren' AT WOMAN'S CLUB HOUSE AND
man entertained at Christmas din.
1 basket the scattered pink rote Wayne and Linda. The Jan. 4 meeting of Home. STAMPS
ner the Rev. and Mn. Geo.! E.
petals. stead Garden Club, originally Deuel, Mr. and Mn. A. H. Ann
After the ceremony a recep.lon MISS FREEMAN'S MARRIAGE scheduled to be held at the home strong and Dr. and Mrs. A. L.
was held at the home of the ANNOUNCED BY PARENTS of Mn. O. W. Calkins, will instead Burgreen and children !
brlde'i parents. Mrs. Williams be held in the Woman'i Club Charles
Mr. and Mrs. J. W Freeman of Lee, Robert! Earl and I
i was assisted by Mrs. J. A. Smith. building. It will begin promptlyat
Florida City are announcing the
Mrs. Brandenburg, Mrs. David 3 o'clock. I
marriage of their daughter, Kath.
C Williams and Mr*. Daniel WiL
leen to J. T. Lamb, Jr.. of Lake.
Hams. Mill Sue Robinson and Mill
land Thursday Dec. 24, by the The Ensemble Clan will give al
Mary Ann Brown presided at the) i
Rev, Daniel Iverson in the manseof recital Tuesday evening at 7.30

punch Campbell bowls and, Miss and Lenora Miss Faye WilL I the Shenandoah Presbyterian the home of Mn. R. H. Fitzpatrick 1 Happy New Year I

Church in Miami. The attendantswere corner of Redland rd. and,
liams served I Mr. and Mrs. Burley Dendy, Biscayne dr. Ii I
The table teas laid with al brother-inJaw and sister of the i I
lace cloth and lighted with white j bride.
Mr. and Mn. L. F. Englandwere
tapers In silver candelabra. The I
The bride wore a Christmas dinner guest of I
centerpiece was a large chree.tierwedding ,
street dress with navy accessoriesand fro, and Mrs. Joel J Robinson and
cake topped with a min.
gladioli corsage and hair Mrs. Grace McLellan Smith. I
lature bride and grldegroom,!
decoration. Mrs1. Dendy w re navy ..1
from which radiated white satin I :
streamers caught &th; small bou. blue with beige accessories and a J'uM. 1* employed ai typist at 1 \

que a of white canjytiift aid! fern.)gladioli, corsage. the Homestead army air base. Mr.

The cake was cut bi the bride I Mr"lamb who was graduated Lamb ii building superintendentr !

assisted by the bridegroom. ,from Homestead High School in r Geary Bros. Construction Co.I

Out-of-town guest were: Mr.

and Mrs.. H. F Mitchell and'

daughter Margaret Mr. and Mrs.

Roger Williams, Jr., and MIll

Betty Mae Williams, alt of Miami '"
r and Mr. and Mrs. John C. WIt.

llama of Coral Cables. Miss Viva '
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I 1T I Our sincere wishes for a happy I THAT 1943 WILL BRING. '\ i 4

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New Year to the many friends, . .t i I

we'have served in the past and .1 ;

to those we hope to make in the .1t


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Howard Johnson ,

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"No" complained the Scotch claimed triumphantly: To _I I' J "
per af pre kseeju
professor to his students, "ye din. "I tol' ye so. Ye dinna use your, Us War Beds win help le
:na use your faculties of observe faculties. For if ye had i bsarvcd build the plane* aid tasks !
I tion. Ye dlnna use them." ye would ha seen that the finger, thai win Inure defeat el lilt
"I Social EventsVIEWS Picking up a Jar of chemicalsof I stuck loto the jar was nee the: fctf and kla Asia partner*. ,
vile odor, he stuck one finger finger I stuck Into my mouth.Ex. ."- .
Into it and then into his mouth. '
"Taste it, gentlemen! he com. I AIR coNPrFWNID
manded, a* ke passed the vessel A Sample ROLLER BKATI IN COMPORT
L OF WASHINGTON CATHEDRAL from student V student. Missionary: Poor man! So E..i.l... fill to II i.l P. M.AlBlMlMl .
ARE SHOWN TO HOMESTEAD ART CLUBA I After each, with a frown anda you know nothing of religion!" _____' .... Plan ttt
-- shudder, had prodded a finger Cannibal "Oh, yes. We got a I Venetian Skating Rink
I Into a terrible concoction ant taste of it when the last mission trt a. w. ana A.,, HUB
program on the architecture, Mr*. Webb, program chairman, licked It the old professor ex. ary was here"-Ex.
lid stained glass windows and other I continued her presentation of
art aspect of Immense and beau. world-famous pictures.
Uful Washington Cathedral that A salad course wa served
if being erected in the nation' Preent beside the host and
1 capital was given at the Decem. hostess were: CoL and Mrs. King
f" bee, meeting of the Homestead man. Mra Frank Hausman, Mr
I Art Club Monday night at the H. E. Schaff, Mrs. E. M. Ander.
home of Mr. and Mr Frank len, Mr*. Mart Nettle, Mr*.
t. Webb. Dr. A. L. But-green, ree- Cha*. E. Elchenberger, Jr. Mrj.
<( ,tor of St. Jobn'i Episof>al Church Ben Archer, Mis.* Elizabeth Hall
v i 'sb,.wed colored slides.Mra. Ralph Mia Bertha Nilj Hausman, and I
Kiagnun who arranged the pro. Dr. Burgreen. .,' j jMr HaYeax l
w gram also assisted presenting *. Schaff will entertain the
It. club on Jan. J5 at S:43 o'clock. "

ul UDLAND W. 8. C. 8. Mr*. Ceo, H FitZpatrick, Mrs. A.
TO ELECT OFFICERS I L.. Campbell, Miss Ruff Murray.Edmond .
On Jan. 13 the Redland W. S. M. Pond and Carl
C. S. will elect officers and finish Sprlngfels. Others eligible for
atn "On This Foundation" which it the service stripe were not prea. Another year opens with new hopes anda
hat been studying The conclud.I ent.
to Ing chapters will be reviewed by Worker were especially urged greater determination to serve our fellow
Mr*. A. M. Vivien and Mrs. A. W. I 13 be present at the next meet.
InU January. Ing Jan. 8.
r men. Once more we announce our earnest .
'. PRINCETON POST HOLDS Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Vihlen of I

GALA CHRISTMAS PARTY Goulds' entertained at Christmas desire to hold and maintain the spirit of
A Christmas party was held dinner Mr. and Mrs Sam J Dav.I
Monday night at the Princeton\ Is, Mr. and Mr*. John Hurt and
Casualty Statk n for worker of young ion, Russell, of Miami, Mrs good will which this season and day inspires.
tie post. Gil a were exchanged Maud E. Chandler, Mrs. Clara
around a lighted Christmas tree Vihlen and Miss Frances Davis.,

and Service refreshments stripes were in recognition served. Nol everybody with a dollar THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
nth of work at the station .
of six in to
[ spare on boot a gun
were awarded by Mrs. Eu. t) stralibt-bat everybody can
gene Fontalhe, captain to Mr. sheet Straight to the bank and
and Mrs. J. L. Murray, Mrs. A. bay War Bonds. Bay your OF HOMESTEAD
D. Fogle, Mrs. F. M. Kent, Mr. 1 11% every pay day.
E. L. Stream, .Mr*. R. F. Shortt,
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PHARMACYOpp W, R. Bird. Baaitellom X a Wymu m el Council T. .. ""'b,., Flnajwe ;
f H. Breaker Jr. E. E. Edward, Clerk .. W. Morris, Park
r T' Fire and Street Frank EM.LUU i iB.
; City .Hill Homestead C. Chreniater. Building M4 Waters


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I urgical Dressings Room Opens Jan. 4;! ARMY RELIEF ed ilstance and are all Information given speedily and wlt' 1

I Staff Makes Urgent Call Workers out undue embarrassment to sol.
I ContInUed-from; dleri or dependents applying (orthis
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Beginning Monday Jan 4, they' day and Friday mornings at 9.IS: j have been assigned for this im. case Is Investigated by
feed Cross surgical dressing room are asked to telephone Mrs. ..Leh'portanv Job. the Red Cross' chapter or the
will be open from Dam. to 5 man. Women working at the| "When applying dependents Army Emergency Relief off'ce.:'
air base are extended a special must give the name, grade, ser. Where a legitimate need is present .
V m from Monday through Fri Invitation.The tial number, organization station prompt action tak,,' place.
day of ouch week, announces MM.I recent organization of a:for last mailing address. of the'All transactions are, naturaly,,
Lee H Lehman, chairman who 1,1 surgical dressings unit at the: 'soldier. At each camp post or'|I confidential i
making an urgent appeal for army air base resulting In the'.tatlon there has been established I I I "It can easily be seen that .the, YOU.Too,
workers, The sewing room will)transfer of officers' wives who a suitable office that is easily ac.'chief purpose of this relief il tot)
)Ie open from :2 p. m. to S p. had been working Tuesdays and"cesslble and conspicuously mark. ,but'd morale among military CAN SINK U-BOATS ,
on Tuesdays and Fridays. m'l Thursdays at the Homestead ed where army personnel and/',sonnel by making 'them feel that I a YY 4-
'We feel that there,"Is real rooms I. regretted by the staff)i dependents are free to go at all/ill" uld they be shipped away or Hani St H tar Si riagS ball iSu yt
for suigical dressings said here Mrs. Lehman says as these,times for information concerningthis should any undue emergency';
Lehman The work is a vital part women have been a great he'p In I relief. It is a non-profit or. arise, they _or their dependents| V,S.Tntnrj Diftrlmnl1GREETINGS
>of out war effort .and every [I keeping up the local quota. ganiutl n No Interest is char,./wi.1 be taken care of."
hour jf every worker Is well )

worth Workers while who lack transporta. I I I!

bun are asked to get In touch
with Mrs Lehman by telephoneiat I
Number 971 or with Mrs B HAPPY NEW YEAR I I !Ib
A. Tlbbits at Number 218. Camp
Rcdland women wishing to come I
to the rooms Monday, Wednes.

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When Irene got home from thea I .. ." ''I
'lane factory she' was good
tired This was the hour, i iI
;after work and before dinner that I
she always looked forward to.
Her private name for it was "My ,
sissy hour." Into it, these days, I e ul
ahe packed all the lazy, luxurious O' I To our many friends we say,
little things she loved-things that o. 0.
used to take up a lot more than "Happy New Year!I" And'may .
an hour of her peace-time days. .
She sat down at the little deskIn
her room You could tell quite I our friendships grow throughout
a lot about Irene from that desk. SUCCESSS TO YOU ON YOUR
,The water-glass filled with the the coming year.
small bouquet of flowers she VOYAGE
aometimrs bought' on the way I
flume The paper-weight of
marble, The thin, crackly Clue J. D. BARNES ;
'air-mail stationery And the big, '

&i&1. framed man photo-a HOMESTEAD MUSIC STORE
young In a I "f

i-" corporal's-as good uniform I.* I

looking i a man ..
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Itr \Ir as Irene was
pretty. On the
blotter pad lay the telegram that
Lad come that morning! just as she
'was leaving for work. I
With those long well-shaped fingers
she reached for a sheet of I
paper She nibbled the end of her
Notice of Sale of Foreclosed Lots
pen for up a her bit,nose and then at the she pictureof wrinkled a

the soldier and
began to *write
"Dear Mr Moigcnthau" but' the
cor porn IN name was Jackson and
handwriting she si' d him spread Pete across Her round the The City of Homestead has foreclosed on the lots hereinafter de-

page My boy friend is with I
the cabled A E mo F.fifty In dollars Ireland.with Ha which has I scribed and the same will be sold at public auction at the front door of

in thinking buy a diamond it over and ring.decided I've been to I the City Hall on January 4, 1943, between the hours of 11:00: A. M. and
buy a War Bond to help Uncle

Bam bring instead my boy friend This may home help soon to* I 2:00 P. M. The sale will be to the highest bidder for cash, and the

er, and then he can help me select
Slowly my ring.she"began to sign hername. Master's Deed will be delivered to the purchaser. '

{ "IreneLetter _"
( In from the an flies actual of the communication Treasury The lots to be sold areas follows, to-wit: *

Department. a) e
Let's all aaerlflee as Irene kai Lots 6, 7, 9, 10 and North 722 feet of West half of Lot 41, Miller Addi-
,..... Bring final victory closer Lot tion
,with the money you pat trace War 3, L. C. Beidler Addition; ;
I,;I....... oak certain your family I Lot 10 Block 9 Town of Homestead Lots,9,10,11,12,13,14 and 15, C. P.
[kwUel II percent by New
!''Tsar's. V S.TrwwyD.artwaBOYS I Lots is, 19, 20, 30 and 31 of WaiAda: Addltl0"JLl! .
bridge addition k , 4, cpviia Addition;
I Lots 28 and 30, R. L Moser Addition;
Lo 29;J.;Free! Addition; Lots 4, 5 and 7, Block 1, Royal Palm
I Lots 13, 14, 15 and 16, The Towers; Addition;

Lots 30 31, 32 33, 34 and 35, Miller Lots 5, 6 and 7, Krome Avenue Ad-

F Addition; dition; ;.

Then. b s iitfttntdoui and educulontl'need lor's,elms.hol'iomt yet. i In addition to the above, the City will also sell the following de-

entertaining ..,', publiciiim,
Thtrt.hf,(.JO run,the BOJTSmutt scribed lots, to-wit: .
of America KM pub.
JJ...d IOYT'i I
the mittim you Lots 15 and 16, Hogards Addition.
Will kt glad l M

, give. rear. IM a Purchasers are urged to investigate the location of the above lots "

IrimTt and be present at. the sale. I .

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t iTiata, 11-.". Seek Crematory .. III.... Funeral Hem located at liter W. FlMbt. M. TeL _It. CREMATORIUM BATE: First insertion 10* a bat; subsequent
Ml N. W IHk A... W. .. Cnn. IVta. B. W. 0....".... V...-...., and Ceo. ...... M tot

4 None WkM towtaMa1 ...Ur... ., 11... Them Interested ana Careful fcrrlc--lcat Complete -Moral Moan l I. rbteaakCRBMATtOir :
Grwwlauj III Paves aW Sentiment Moat Moatm BaaHary lathed if MtawrlaliaaUe. VMM Always WtleaaM.Aaaxoa .

or amnaathoUt ........ and IMM4 family MuM have It will krwar at ,..... from 1171-1 will ......, r FOR RENT LOST ,
<""'""' ..... beads<..f-r-LACI.n. rUMUAI.snvicB CREMATORY service 'otoo 10wnd, tab; two _"" ... ....\/all t* "tUnjMd I I 1
in**. at MiMi. assume the not CrauUn k hMno lfi. ta fmtMtont ...... ta tab pertod with n tout ROOMS and partro nU. ReMon-
rimmed Ial.
L. :seed aj.iera. tarrta*. b ......., ._4 an Samoa American people Ie as ........ at .|4 _...... Tben..... .IMW. IMtnmalorba able ntcs. hot water and how.en. COLD bifocal- Re. {
\. ..... leaiidilila Ik huwa' 4lc. .lfM, s tko knowledge of Ml U...Uf o> with "at nMrait of ....0. Palms Hotel riorldi City.dII.j26); I ward. Phone I .or return to.
won amaavl Workers .. tar W.. ..... wane !. _t.. aloe b writ. ....... cremations ......1.,.. In Lot AnrehniCauty. ( lAader..EntJerprlae.
lee ado THE rLAOLEE CtCHATOKIUH W .. CaL; .,." cremations took pkwata I 1
HIM 1 the shins b M' pit taUajaet u. ..hunt k bringing thin Modern otnloola IM*. I LOST-"A" gasoline ration booltNo.
Ian, Uses, Personally tintniat. UN set _lt I* thin Sees wko uo *pnel wInt Cromatlon. boo assurance .....-' FOR SALE F.I0218O and F4470J non :

Movement af worry 4taU tint atrariatttnpaal lot o.l,. lu omluUMi. but tktotkor It forever tamtett tkt lUaiaeea of the, highway gasoline ration book.
for which there b M OPINIONS .4n>tvo that thin type timattry, Iktrt It M upkeep bad unairm.Uw STORE bldg. on Oversee highway Finder please return to South
lorrfc needed owes try. of burial ottoi* Poe swap non Awrl.ponto aknddtr at the rtallaatb *f the old
= : ,,1 I al Florida City In Lewis Tour, Dade Publishing Co.. 14 N. W.
Be .M to rendered ago U a ess could Mt be Illtoroitad In (ran tompbttly ......... tht ......... '
I' ...... tonrtoom god) afflcltat ai well lit Camp. Suitable for most Th.rd St. Homestead. ;
M mniolloii, though H was a popular MllwBvropt. .. ....rIaI....e.d fJaakbl the tot lanominal. I
mrd Private -.-. Though their any kind of business. See Elee.I .
od I. Today the mat .
equipment hi of the asset atom type 'I I nor Froscher, 1 block north. WANTEDFAT
people In this oowitrr r.eegslse Mudera people tonalaor burial proeeilart -
sad the personnel of the modem ooI.I the fact that l> May times today far ta advance of the neomtUy : (dll-Jl
Ii their aitud. In Maine nrnnnauntttad
man odvoDlonoul thus wr prtnkntfun. and many pmoM to to the of'.ce. of
caring fat the sidled dated gives condl.ltlon. hens. J. R. Bevls, near Lefft
.. 38 Terraplan Sedan food
Mark Twain writing In IMl kl, the FLAGLER FUNERAL SERVICE In
: Impression od the old School, because I "We art drifting hopefully but slowly toward Miami to contult with the maaaamtnlThey . See at Texaco Station N.I I store (dl81t
Screw k
M aobtriMlvt.
wry Ad.
.... It tonMkmtlouely nwndcd) when trwnatkm- .whoa trvmatloa. art glad to show the '..lIIt'" of': W. 4th St (pJ8) |I
the rule wt shall asses la Shudder al H Iwo the Service and to Into any detalla re- TO trade 37 %ton delivery se.
reacted and their touneel ....... .
draw o* lonf experience In the ...., should Shudder at burial If wt allowed) quested by tile Itan" ''8 INCH by 4 Inch Barnes Irrilat.1 dun for l.ton stake body truck. i iJ.
atonal world, tyaipathttleajly "' .I'j I I>ur..lvft to think of what son pa In Visitors art always welcome and trerytourtoay ; ing pump. 1,000 gal R. Bevis, near Left's store. '
|i' and abort all dependable. ho vravt"Tht b ntended Wt surest thert ute. Direct connected to 4 cyl. (d8tfr
Pint crematoria were titablbliedlliort fort, that our _.... visit here when In Le Rol engine. Brooks Inc. ---- - .. .
Their work Ma them to ill parts of ,
Dane County and adjacent toamunltlea, I than M ..... ago In Milan Italy Miami and ask for trot booklet on OREMATION I Phone 78R. (dll-tf TUTORING WANTED high
and they sky tko highest noptct ant Washington, Pa. In Europe now (or Your visit will lot only be :' school and grade school subjects.)

t bead rds of fanlllet In which their ...'I I prior to the war) Ultra art crematoria. In Interesting but very mlllhUnlnf to you ONE Caterpillar "1$" tractor new Mrs. H. J. Armstrong A. a.

tat k. softened the irkfs TIM f> lit cities and la Illl MON than 100.000 Their slogan, Mlaml't. Laneat and ', tracks. Brooks Inc., Phone 78.R, Plummer drive and Country| '
'emnatlont conducted. In Amtrlca Pineal COSTS NO MORE". It well known
: were i
tku they rah. all Arrangements la a meet (dll-tf Club road
Satisfactory Minor, and Just M the .... the progress for Some years was ....11II' throughout this auction i

Service. for .....r... and Rural ltMld>nla Rendered kyO esI

: 'Neal Block & Septic Tank Co. I HAPPY NEW YEAR j jI S. L. Kendrick ONLY

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Office and Plant Ltratrd In MI.... at Illl N. W. lath St.Trl. PUBLICOdd
I-4UI ', .. W. ONral Jrn Pm.Modtrnly ss rlarld:a Monkey
I .axle Drive W"ts
Ftllottt Bid,. Moth .f
IFMay 7r.1 read
r engineered equipment for fortablt living In the eimmunlty' MIN .
N. W. In St. o MiamiPeter. -
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farm and suburban hoiutholdi' .." .*. city owned Mwertce ayatema Rlrhwy.
ejtltut I. large way the aocoeiltlel for I This erpllr tank system mnkee for -
ton/ortablt living and ronwnlenctt, ta I pedltlout, .lIdlnll-n. plans need n-l.I h
.matched In the excellent teptl tankarodurtt delayed until the town ....1,,,. It. .. - -
\' furnished by the ONeal Block trait system to that point because thi
end Smile Tank Co. Miami.Of builder ran have plumbing Immeillntelithree !
durable concrete oonitructlon otr tanks arrive on the premlaet readyto
shed and engineered for perfect funttloalnt. Initall t
than "Jumbo" aeptle tankt pen There art-many 'Interesting phase fir
form for farm and suburban; hornet the the development nf better health mom
service which plumbing and. ........ unitary and comfortable aondl'lina. for It you would permanently
Meatuses provide 'or.tII. city. When In. conveniences Impossible without a modern p q I beautify your Home without
( aulled they ....... the Weal atwtmat ,sewerage system of torn kind' and with
i our friendshipgrow i I' talk
system for hornet away from city operated the 'Jumbo" septic tanks, lull by the 3 extravaancehive a

....... disposal llnta.Phrelclaru I ONeal Block and Septic Tank Co. of throughout the U p4-J11 with us about panting: plans,
aaalury and health tu.tkoritbt Miami thtM art furnhked In lieu of the.
rtcowimtnd UMM aeptlc tank city owned tyetama.They I coming year. I and remodeling.BROOKER .
systems "h". They towiblnt tht aenluitbembtry i will gladly Mad you literature '. t tIII
of Modern and tntlnterl.j. explaining their' produrta the ease and I I
They sewer the need af the times and reasonable print of Intlallatlua or they Dr. R. J. Elliott
art reasonable In nrlct. | will kt dad to h... you call at their I
With I sewerage system tuck M hit establishment when In Miami S. W. III CHIROPRACTOR |! L
septic tank will furnbh. bathroom are'pemlble ONeal I.,. the head of thlt firm b will ,
\ end other tonvtnleiioM of'' the known In this Mrtlon. Hit phone'l I Ib McOory Arcade : LUMBER CO. INC.
a.akre home which P........ Jot torn- Miami 14620. I Phone I6MV II j ,

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.. Nth ado Ttl. I-ITM a& reasonable rates .I Redland Road: between Avocado and B scayne Drhes

Baorlalltlna In IniMrial sad c__..... I Pianoforte and TheoryViolin
Fewer Wwk-Pktnt for Botl..... 389 PATRICIA'
I PHONE 9108 or Xylophone

George LaVI.... Eltctrlt Contractor of t ,,,
Miami will with 312 S. E. 2nd A> e. .
help the electrical
Plans fee any business you or Industrial build- HOMESTEAD: CAB SERVICEF. I -....-..M. ....................'...........'.............................'...........,..........,...,......"..............,.."-.-

leg you an remodeling. Electricity bM O. Plummer, Prop. MIAMI: i
lonwr .....,--It b I ntcaailty. Not
tnry electrician k equipped' to furnish ' DR. C. II. DENBY

Mrnct lighting' end rower service, and I Ito. I Overlooking bay and river ;
the practical anal economical method to v..
: hump It to conauH a aptclalUt II.. Mr.UVbiat .; I. Two blocks from Flafler Osteopathic PhysicianPhone

". who makes a business of ll>hb i Street. I
Iw and Bower arrangements of all kind.. !
Xaaufaeturtn art Stunting fixture thai Quiet, cool comfortable I j
tan be purchased fnr t nominal Sort and .
an oWldedy alotlnc Uet and authentic In Refined atmosphere. : ., J Homestead Fla..
Mind. that business structure i I
to mr I
ran be equipped ta bring cut rren fine, I II (Over Drown'a Drug Store)

MldlM paint .. Interior (urabhhinand I Haircut .? .. -_ 50 SPECIAL RATESTO 1

nr.leh. and by Itttlnt, this obtain man the do Shave __. . ._ tit I J.'I l_..._..._....._."___....................._................___ _.._
Kit work you one otrtahl ta
tat llitnrt aqulDaunt that b beet foe I Shampoo (pl'Ir'L. ..._ 50c SOUTH DADERS f

". 1M purpose In-ell. and at low amt I Shampoo (:Medic lied)..._ 7V
Tab montr* Service atoant e.. .. Ali . De I $2.00 Single .World' News Seen Throu-H
b bending (warn and will pea a. tA I Stage ..
dollar and I* e./ mode 4 trD Facial .._. .__ gooFed $3.00 DoubleStay CHRISTIAN ScIENCE MoN.roR

r; i ior handing svojoti, ,I 1 U Pack TSeCwnbUutloq I All Jntenulioinl Duly Km pd per
. UVItM well knows b this ttf h THE CHRISTIAN: SCIENCE ft'BllSHINO SOCIETY
"...>l, inns .made a study .( fir pwable-I Facial.- 0.0. Mortay ..... Deviser MaiaadkoHU r
al bvduetrUI and nouns. ttetl ml aan. Tents S5 .-CttutrardM-UaWaetJ.-Fret from Sera .>.ot.l. \
e 1 use se "' far else Suburban sit aanntrywtllbn. } Mustache Trim _____ lie I Arc Tiny mad Instructive and In Daily
. basics learned the hualattttnm Toes el av with the Weekly MtauM SoctUnv Maht I
." acUaal work wed May rem -aUtriinea. overnight U flafahtransafllin [. aa Ideal Newspaper for da. Ho. .. i

k .;: Bt, k MnMraant whine lee Yen BUSH'S Prick III.00 Yearly W $|, :a MtnA.
1"4 lee .0144. and d4 __ nk0"clpetrlsl I r m'Urea D1M1He.i--save ; lass. including MagamM S ian. $Z 60 a Yeas '

....... .e",, 'prosy.'ss r-elvel og.9fr. (; Snrajway lta"at. 1>..ctS -., "
another trip ... . "
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= ... ,oM.. work IS -. R BarberShop, .
:S4,.deb "1e faaall ,peftuly' stlaww I ,' Um uj Mnvtiq):_ I I ROOD
+ynni, .edu..ssi....'-taw telw of1Beirwrlbpriale : : N SCIENCE READING
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