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: January 9, 1942
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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: VID00524
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
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lccn - sn 95047482
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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;\ol. 31-No. 2 Homestead, Florida, Friday, January 9, 1942 Price 5 Cents
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( .. Army Leases Airport as Hop-off






;.' 'Of Africa-Bound Bombing Planes








Blackout Sunday to Find MAY SPEND OVER MILLION




Area Now Military Target. AT ONCE IN CONSTRUCTING


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RHENEY ASKS U. S. Farm Labor Co-ordinator Here HANGARS SHOPS BARRACKS

To Help Growers Solve Help Shortage ; ,


s FARMERSCURBNEGRO Plans for co-operaton: -in the-south Dade County In securing THE WEATHER The county airport, four miles

exchange of surplus labor by local suit clent labor to harvest the win I east of Homestead, was leased to
ter vegetable Offclal; weather report of the the war department
growers and for the Importing of' crops. yesterday asa
He will use the office of County Subtropical Experiment Station, base for bombers
that will
k labor from other should the army
FIRESThe areas, Agent C. H Steffani adjoining the Homestead, Florida.nabs. .
be sent to Dakar
necessity arise, were made Tues Homestead city hall as headquarters / Africa, to assistthe
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defense Sues
day night at a meeting of the and Will be available for con- Jan. 1... ___.| 80 | 87 | I) canal of the

local farm labor committee with sultaton to any grower having Jan. 2...._,. I 87 I 81 |29941.| area
: The county-wide! blackout rehearsal -, Emerson Davis: representative of need of farm labor. Jan. 3.. ... ..I j 87 64 129.971| signed The one-dollar-a-year for the county by lease J.was D.
scheduled for Sunday It was brought out at the committee Jan. 4.. . 88 | 87 |
the United States Redd of Homestead
Employment ,
as acting
night from 10.1 to 10:45: takes on meeting that availabilityof Jan. 8_. . .I 88 I 70 130.111) 0.02 chairman
of the
Service. Mr. Davis has been assigned housing facilities! here would county commit
Jan. 8. .1 I 77 I 58 130.181|
added significance for the Home! lion, and for the
to assist the farmers In make it possible for farm labor for Jan. 7 ... I 82 57 \130.01| army by LieutT.
t'. stead area as a result of the an-: day work to_be Imported. -Tt"fedcraremployment .awn 1'TIRE i. Wesley. Jr. from the officeof
engineers' '
nouneementv*yesterday that the service wli; army South Atlanticdistrict a .

x' new county a'rport would be I: NO'OPPONENTSINELECTION handle recruit, of labor for local RATIONING the lease at Is Atlanta.for 20 years.The period of
1s
when it
turned Into a hop-off point fort growers necessaryfor Between
$1,000000 $1.500
and
them to draw labor from other
army bombers bound for the African (, TO BE cities, it was said. It was also BOARD TO HOLD 000 Is expected to be expended
war zone. This means that 1 that the Immedatcly In the construction
agreed employment service
four miles from the Homestead HELD TUESDAYVoting would assist! in recruiting of hangars, machine shops, bar-
., light and water plant will be located pickers from Miami to be hauledto WEEKLY SESSIONThe racks and other structures and inr
a military!' target that would the fields dally If and when extension of the present runways
be among the first, if not the first, in the b'ennial city elec- necessary.Mr. of the airport now nearing com
bombing objectives of enemy raidIng tion to be held Tuesday will take Steffani said that rowers tre: rationing board for I pletion. It Is laid that total expenditures
planes from airplane carriers place at the city hall between the (Continued On Page Four) south Dade County, composed of,' In development of the
I or secret Island bases in the Car- hours of 8 a. m. and sundown. E. A. Carter of Homestead, terry base for the Africa-bound
ribbean. Election officials, appointed: by the er J. Fowler of Perrlne and walk-'I bombers eventually may reach
Residents of Homestead and vicinity city council at its meeting Monday Engine for City Light Brooks of Peters, held its first, 5000000.
therefore will be I Power lines of the Homestead
governed meeting Wednesday afternoon at
night, are C. W. Little, clerk, Mrs Plant Begins ArrivingThe
not only by patriotism but also by A. R. Livingston Mack Hardee the offices of the Preston B. Bird municipal I'ght! plant now extend
the Instinct to survive in observing Motor to the but It .Is .
; Co. and appointed Mr. Bird; airport expected
and Howard Lamb, Inspectors. ;
to the letter rules promulgatedfor No candidates have come out in first of carloads of ma! Inspector and E. F. Marshall sec that the army will relay
observance during the practice opposition to the re-election slate chnery: which comprise the generating retary. I these In underground conduits to

blackout. This is no longer an chosen by the city caucus early engine to be Installed In Members of the board which eliminate all overhead wire ha*.
(Continued on Page Four will have jurisdiction over the ards. Gordon Ivey, superintendent -
I last month. The printed ballot will the addition to be built at themunlcpal
territory from South Miami to the of the city power and water
bear as follows: for i
names mayor
; electric-light plant arrived
I I Monroe County line,received notice department, laid last night that
MEN T J. Harris: for councilmen, W. '
18-20,36-64 In Homestead Tuesday from of their he had not been Informed of
.C. I' appointment Monday. yet
R. Bird Henry Brooker, Jr., E.
I Long Island where It was purchased the which the
Chronister, T. E. Klrby.and B. W. They and the Inspector and secretary power requirements
REGISTER HERE Morris second-hand with money serve entirely without compensation bomber base would make on the
I advanced by Robson, L1nk and Co. or traveling allowance. city. Installation: of the dew gen.
of Miami, high bidder for the purchase Application blanks for authorization I (Continued on Page Four)
AT LEGION HALLLegion Excavation Started for of $100,000 worth of light to purchase new tires and

i Laying of Pipeline and water revenue certificates.The (Continued on Page Four)
certificates were validated SALVAGE DRIVETO I
Hall will be used as the Excavation for the Florida Keys by t Dade County rcuit: court yes- Buyers Pay Good PricesAt
place in Homestead for registering Aqueduct was begun yesterday at terday.
males from 18 to 20 and 38 to 84, "a point near Florida City" by Excavation for the foundationof Florida City MarketTwo BE ANNOUNCED

inclusive some day during the pipe-laying crews of Williams the addition has been completedand
week of Feb. 8, Wm. J. Geronimo,!Bros, Tulsa, Okla., firm which has pouring of the foundation Is thousand crates of HERE NEXT WEEKA
chairman of Local Draft Board the contract for laying the pipeline expected to begin the latter part toes brought from $2.50 to $toma.j!
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No. 7, said last night' e from Florida: City to Key West of next week. fiel4 box at the Florida City
tion places in outlying sections will Farmer's Market this week. Black I
of materials
salvaging
valent'ne! beans program
brought 11.75 to I
be announced later. : which have heretofore been
Instructions to the board to date District Starts on Quota of $575 I 1190 a hamper, while tender- dumped as waste will be an. .
are to prepare for registration! in greens brought $1.40 to '1.75- nounced for the South Dade .
the course of the week of Feb. 8. Red Cross Emergency ar ReliefUnder with both varieties totaling 800 next week said Mrs. H. K. Foulk area, i
Further details will be forthcoming hampers. Sik hundred hampers
chairman of committee which
of squash commanded a price a
later, the communication said.
Men 18-19 and 45-84, Inclusive, the chairmanship of Mrs.'and next Saturday, and the bank range of $2.25 to $2.85. will have jurisdiction! of the territory
will be registered for non-combat Green Rives, the Redland District w'll receive donations. No house- More produce la'needed to supply from Perrlne south
duty only, Mr. Geronlmo said. has started to meet its quota of I to-house canvass will be made. the demand of buyers at the Mrs. Foulk said that the Importance
$575 In the flfty-mlllion-dollar "Any amount will be acceptablebut market, said C. S. Phillips, market of recovering waste ma-
American Red Cross emergencywar let it be large enough to ex- manager.. MON buyers are at'I terials has been pointed out by
New P. O. Building Ready relief fund which the Presi- press your thanks that you are an the platform at about 2 p. m. each Mrs. C. H. Reeder of Miami,
For Occupancy by Jan. 15 dent has called for. : American. day, he said, and he suggested chairman of the advisory committee -
This Red'Cross drive follows The Junior Woman's Club will that farmers time their deliveries* salvage recovery, at meeting
new post office building will so closely on the annual roll-call give a dance for the fund on the to the platform accordingly. I with her sub-chairmen throughoutthe
beThra for occupancy by Jaa.1 I campaign! that people are apt to night of Jan. 17, Mrs. Rives said, county. In the list of usable

15, M. P. Walker, owner, said yes confuse the two campaigns", said end that club has already collected No Extension Seen Here j salvage Is tin! rubber, scrap Iron,
terday. Rives who was local head of .ten dollars in small donations at a bottles (whole or broken), rags,
Postmaster S. E. Livingston said ::first campaign also. I down-town booth. For Jan. 15 Tag Deadline I Ito cotton, burlap and paper. The
he had not yet received bill of "On the new Red Cross buttons Today the Homestead High Boy Scouts Future Farmers or
lading on shipment of the new are printed the words, 'I Gave',' School band will parade at 2:30 extension will be granted other organizations Will be contacted ;.
J boxes and other equipment that and the 'I Gave button is the one'I for the cause. The local Girl to the Jan. IS deadline for obtainIng with the object of havingone
\ will be installed in the buildingbut to wear. during this emergency, Scouts will represent the Red 1M2 license tap, according to or more of them call for paperor
he expected to be notified drive. Cross and carry in horizontal position information received to date by other salvage which they may
e f. momentarily that the equipment "Boothe win be opened in the I| a big Red Crow flag on the American Legion Tag Agency sell to use the proceeds as they "
had been shipped. down-town district this Saturday 1 which coins may be tossed. >ere. I Iw see fit. ;



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T\\o THE HI ) MFSTEAD PR-CNTERPRISE T !Friday. TI", 1
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War Relief Dance to Be Iloaciifcldcr Speaks 1111n.I, ((01' Pr I y f
POLAND' MEETS K. GRINOLD
M nmi.
Given by Club Jan. 17 : To Local Rotarians Out-of-tc t ;
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ANDY) JACKSON HIV. .-.-*- 11'n > 79 SUCCUMBS Dan __'<,Irt.r r"-.t'I .,-. jnwT Will ,
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help; fDI"hl' 15 75 i't t"t't "r 'nd !rCt
for llt' Kd ( n u'.c'ro' .J n of ,
tar; urnejiwnoywar f ,: : n 1 I ,
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retail drive In )Homestead. the t C'o'utta D*[ n.; t'us
4 HOME TONI HIT TO PNENMONIA I t aa1! '
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Junior WWnans Glob' of ifome- \\ti .! 'ire t.. I''''' Horn h? ,ut 1 ,i. t /'--'
.1..a4 Willi: live a 4pnoe $(pturdey I .0" ,Vc" "\.s';' >' "n, M" t.1 dup .1"I I IT"
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I' : -J n the I
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1 bnk"'b Il"vm p ,
1Ii. h t'd "o r
vtr c r II m,,'" AM'j ," ."\ . ., '" "" ,! t fr; I :-n> :.. ;: .; :, i. ,; .- v;to" l I h' s 1.01 I ,-" I '0' -
. '1 I-b' .' "'" a'ry 1"-n'I"I i te 1I :'1 L:. n ,rungprrwuU n..I.I tI .
'(lI'I i I n' J I ,tt tla 11" \\i ti of ,, ' I r rl r
the I dub 1',1 Wien J'lIn\...c It t 10make , H I\m'tll'l,i ii I t1, ow p'.nbr'dllP across I I"I 0.- Side
>n um' t i ;:h j wd hoe blind. *t. '
"i lIver i" !
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11 :11.
jar the
way (ipproarhlng
:nd I K n' port. fit t 1'1: '* 3' ',II i ij '
.. , Fruit f.-sUVIIi rt have |JLH taken ; d l1" cxi OIld !Ii
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11 < .J"I 1(I 1! 01 J Jit hull I
build: Funeral -:el'\':("es will be held put out f. 'min .
Is
puck Ute for the dance.
H ',d't 1 Dumnnded ? nj j t .. ., :1f',:
tfl 'Raw and %* fhre iiea*. nt J .oYUxlc Sunday jrUnrxWn lit i The R eli D I ,1 f I by five potato -
,I .,. WWcb MtMit fw the the Turnfcr funeral Htme, and at i iPajaOewtery I fted: nri I It'tr.ct l ( ''rb nest
'"1 1e It41" v' .1<'sc until 911I i' .
In Nwwnja tna! furs:]:' / n ght jt 7 ','J I/ci,
file
Gn I'' ,, .. '.
qUI \ hen the \\lingfft jobINe .
= iftnrkwill be conducted bv tht
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"I 11' I. 1 IIInd''I nhead. defeated 8t HwrM, C"ir fmttilifurfli! to, BetMcaht and by the Ladle: A iWatf 'c I PcoTlif h' ,; n t; l v. 'I I L , II:l'"tL".In
Florida City announce Mn, r B : at* the Jib-larch Mil taut ofMiami lot to t'\f, n"l 111' 'star II hot
II
ILl'' n School Wednesday aiN Hi .
Greene. l irsn-we chairman '. )::'.:tin It '::-r, 'n .':Jrt I .1 i tip IJo f'w rbsr.tnro ,
f i J'1I/j'I de Leon by "
e arm a note .
]I will again lie ad. ,.A A, \uJ' 3II& from all parts ,,f 'e oo m. -.10 'Ir. '.i 111' t
?r sA-I e. Jack MinJmU" wWr-tt 11 ice :; X 6.1, 'e
mJfca try Jaa 8S. it %v,,s .,inn, acrd.Loa nicks. Alt thf
Rdland
1'"lnl'l was klgh man f* ,I Ii I v.J:7a. ea
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liuddv: i Ltndfrtn wu almond Mxh' --- '- I'
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\, fit 15 The B team defeated St.j Mtelrt Bit_.In*ride'otestted t '. c N. 1 Mqr :'f. \ .f.:' t Church to Tout 0.111 f: .;'n Is o' n
I ,,, ,'q B team 27.11. j: MtI;,Ci4ltf ittld''fiet .,-1, 'f t t., ;a'un
I ny Chandler the Fred! to r. education McctinrMi. : ., : ,',
l 1' Rolland dun or h lit team' I lie OrtaoM; same : 'Irrt t tit
I K morn I'ark Juniorm Homestead from Onto a 11?*. Mr 'ThrI'rlyin''lI're I "
, y,' t"rdnv nflcl'l1'on iit \ t>i'"'i"",' "n 10 per cent increase'n Prtnold niP
', dl ind gym, 3218. freight notes, on trusts :and vogel I' Mri, GuNMd was a part noble I'I'Itbyteroan; 011.,11UI: !nt Rom.(
.... -- Wv4 from Florida will be pro- .: awl of tie Reoeknh lodge lit Mtxmd a MriM oti..Uf.u* education ,,Rp.r .il runic I.lD'h' '
It l n 0( ;.1 I II moot nit of the Intc. I meetings to bt mid \ i toe dire,"t', ,
Geneva, 0,; ,t \'ke-lII'nnit of Sup- C
linNS CLUB HAS state Casrn nr 'rf Commi s,on by L I ib('rtj' n,b_fcih Lodge In Homestead dey nftorhoon arid night In West, t blison
L. Chl\n'Ut'r, of Goull who left ; 1iL.____ ___,
I II 1W I , ; mad n pn-t president nt He .
d st Loun.
tor
KI lily to represent -
Lad Cb' Ai' 1' el Ue, Patriarch :
'DEFENSE) NIGHT!! Siuth Florida fruit and ; x rry r'f'
Militant: o< MUiml _
egvtahl
growers.iRev. : .
j.j.I She lea-vest a ion. Claus P. Grinned j
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.',' F a\m--;; r raid warden ] past frwtd ptttiirch at the I :NOTICEPendtnc
I" diitrlcl. outlined briefly raliellvfrsofl rand Roc!: tnpment of the L 0 .
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t h- ,t It'I in to b. taken during n'' To Be Club Speak"-:,,0 F of Flwriia; arid two daughters I I, .
I K "'.j i to members of the Red I Vr H. J t te! of Homestead i
:! :,; ,; _tract Lana Clijb Tuesday i I The Rev D. nlel. Ivenon poster and >, Sellers or completion
11".1.1" 1 a ,intense prngniu, arM of the Shenandoah Presbyterian Chmwothe.I o tiSoMtie Is .
f'lIIUt; ,
r.",. I by r ""'' J"f'-I rhnQOaal.I Church of Miami I. will speak at}I put (rend "' ter"t the f. O 0F. the continu".tion-of tM .1Cd u> : /" fi

I f'!. Put" "m"J1d .. 01 John the meeting of the PreibyterlanMen I of Florid. and Mn Bfatte .
I ; IIry r'? 1 "5 thl Amcrl aQ; 'a ('tub. the home of Mr. and It a plat noble grand of Liberty i m)' late hus'.1ate! ,? HewU ft BaD, The 1\ :t" 'i-

! II I. .p.;.. 1M ;Is of (h. 'n. Mn J. M Holferty at 7 clock HebeknfTLodflB and a pest oft. . IS ,',5'nr ( """"I" J At the ...-t this evening, | of the International Ladles' Auxiliary can Insurance 01 N. J., a'. ;.- .r

: 'I'"' of III'' 1.. ', ''nenl, lie: I of the Pat arch Mllltnnt I Great An Insurance > ".
I , .. :oncnn Company ( :
"Ie A 1 I 1.1 t ? .011 has .. C. of Members to Hold I
I, ,, the 1'1'' : for this dll" I have '
Meeting Monday NightA I coerce w 11 oe held in the fruit York automatically fcourtd ierr ,.
I'll' da I. I' 'r \ I I- now I
",,1..11. I".,,, l"mu., pot membership meeting of the fest 7:30.: val It bu wn I Itiiua announrt Monday yepWdag night at j I expir''n; ? pol neiior n .term-6f thfj \' \
In '\, d strict He lit Ii that dl .
:: Rt'rtlnnd District ChAmber ofCo l. by Secretary Canon,
Kif ft
'I. I ""Ickoull .cad r raId alarm, i pthis dathr .
i t, t-, i.'hone be-toed Gals-1R *'o-1' -- -;- ..: '...... .. .. .. .ioIIL..: .. J, '{;; .. .tIt:.. .; '; '1M,, ] ."... ..2-, ,, ,..)t ,...... .;:A. \

Jut t'h' ne<'etlltp, :...:. _.... "v.. ' ,. !'t.
T holers
Policy -nlt
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N, 'I Tuesday nil'' 'ht the; Hon'ct -:- (../ L/ way co r.e t"P

.11 t .1 notary Club 'I 11 meet WI', ; Ii. Homestead: Building "nd Loan: A*_n. ..;, ,
i II" J sons Club In the 1.10"1 Den ."' "IiuIi'I II.I D I .

'" Sltcr .Pahn. I '-.l, IE '. ; from 2 to 5 p. w. on week (',!'/a until]

'iiint I tailed i lents ate '1.
:t< :'or Recapping Tim j HM1 "I i arrlll1.13 annourrc


A t n recappng machine iris : 24J our Ambulance Service 1, t I I!

in-I died' this week at th(. Tcxncnl! I I l "
; On Sop Station, operaUJ by LADY A1'TKNPI\o.-r: I t ..
Ikine and; Klwura. The machine:-.I I'' Phone 270 Hoirc-. tcaJ.1 F'a!

operated i I and Mated by efeftulc !' ._ t I .. .. _.""',_ ,.........,. .__ ....._ _ __
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CARD Off TlAI $
W,, wish to express, our fhpnkili 1

thy all.nd our k'friend ndn u W1k'in. .j I YOIII''FertiliZer

berc,,\'event haVe\1 I -Anticipate : : Needs

, pro, td We ,/No 'with 19 xprcc -, 'I
< thanks for the many
I' courmd -
: t.If' deed' of Mnthleaa OKV . Uc ". .
\ todori Bait tIIrouth. i .
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: : of !f''i!,. . yaantiffUrtlon I 'I, Some fertilizer materials_ gone: under 0. P. M

' Mn Newton G Dolt. I ,

; :I 'Mr.>.rind Flay Mrs K. GdmjerMi George: ..F Bull :1 cofitrcl.., and;,t a supply will be Hini d. Otheto neve advanced

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shortage in ooe maieii. i due to ,buata: being called into
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j EXPERT .
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; : BARBERING. j I men service 'AnMcipite, jtoar needs for. tile n. 6 I-


.: .months md advise yow dealer or:m.mtfactorersfthentiyM I .

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Fi 1y.! .ttnuary I; 9, 1942 ..THE, HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Three
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R'!;,:. t ;' 'Vi! Carry Out I King, Mr*. Frank SUUman, Mra.I'!'!! raiiimMtd to call No. 21S I lag north on N W. 7th avenue' by a Miami dairy, ,',ljpMMJUItty t I. ..
(;i'V: (tarsion' New Can,I. T. Nixon and Un W. K WnlI The project 1* sponsored by the 1 In the car WIth him,but uninjured. tar Ute crash Hhi ,. ,..01
ton:MM WwlBMdiijF Mr. Cha W:' Homestead B. P I ,
I I W.C. W. Ui brotIIer-I -!aw, Charles must hav 'gone u Met i' I
1\ 'lit! a nocUti1: t I i Camp, Mn. W D. Friend Mrs.' -- :- I I "
Israeli of HouHon, Texas, whom ..rriII
wheel
[11 ,'(: " 'lllu 1'''' Eve QoU-n end Mn. J. i F (Ur;'!! Injured Mayor
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J PJIa? ant all i i Jb fhumtar *"1'J.' V J. Htpiw, Mayor Harris ; MUqror tUrrj WM taking to the hated whrj his head itrur ,"'
,. ), u.or r .1 ,"rAflHfl WhU Mrs. S U Wtnl1r i,!! As Truck Kama.Ris Car ;unin ull M< :rfT.ort t i h. I"., ,.' i 111 p, II - .,, f"lf'Im"c'
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Pasre Four THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, January 9, 1942 r.j
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i struction: and maintenance of pub.
fOELEADER.ENTERPRISE BLACKOUT ARMY LEASES | lie utilities; 4. Transportation of CURRENT

I material and equipment for the

I (Continued from Page One) (Continued from Page One) construction: and maintenance of

BfN AROIFIL _. fwUMt 854 HIM Isolated rural community that eating unit for which an additionto production facilities; 6. Transportation COMMENTBy

AIUORIE LEACH *BCHt' ._ would be beneath the notice of In. the light plant building Is now of material and equipment! AGNEW WELSH:
liimurr *t4 Tmrmrkr I started will be completed for the construction of defense(
vad ng bombers. Now, It most being I .
here"Fifteen In about two months and will bring housing facilities and military! and
certainly "can happen I| Ed,...-. Note Mr. W.W.less...
PablHh.4 Molars .1 xo.n..t.ad. Fill- hundred newspaper-size I the total capacity of the plant to naval establishments; 6. Transportation tomnMnt* w hta OoMnwnt." wtwtlw f
UM South Huh Publishing; Conpuy.tCBBCBIPTION I 11400, kilowatt The peak load of essential to render roofing their b. !. ter o. rat -r at Variance
rule regulations
circulars containing wish his ,plnk.. Address MnBwI.Mtloni i
BATE and advice on how to act the plant at present 1> 700 kilo 'plumbing, heating and electrical to Ainww. w..... 141 N. E.:
Ie DUe Ceutil' Sim during: blackouts have been and I'watts; consequently, the plant will I repair services; 7. Transportation Beth street Miami, Fta.

(...... at Dale ComityBnterri 11.50 are being distributed throughoutthe have a surplus of 700 kilowatts for by any common carrier; 8. Trans If you should be In the same position t

: H seems sun .11M Homestead area by DivisionAir i the requirement the airport portation of waste and scrap materials
the
who
aura 11. IMH S. M ,he eln.. "! .. Transportation of raw t* man could not
First conslclent of Homesteadas ;
lbs .. Warden W. E. Rheneyand
Raid
_to.4. Flaurcb ....... .... at tram
to
a suit him
I. ISIS. Ills district wardens. Not covered the spring board for ferryingwar materials, sem-manufactured! : prayer and

by the circular, however, are planet to Africa by way of goods, and finished product, including I cut one from a paper, patted!< It

That Night the farm brush fires and the little South America occurred: : two farm product and foods, ,on the head of his bed and whenhe

camp fires which negroes light In months ago when the army was provided that no certificate shall retired<< pointed to It and said
(Remember Pearl Harbor) front of their quarter to keep I I[unable to get the navy to relinquish be Issued for a new tire or tubeto ,"Lord here'
be mounted on a truck useda my sentiments'
Miami's
drive Its priority to master
warm or mosquitoes away,
Fllspatrtck
By Annie Majhew Mr. Rheney said. He request that i airport. After army engineer ( ) 'or the transportation of commodities maybe what follow may help you

Even the trees wept on that night all farmer who furnish their negro -'' visited the county's 060-acre airport to the ultimate consumer out. It I* said to have been copied .

I heard the drip, drip, dr'pOt laborers with quarters give) near here and saw that the for personal family, or house from the door of an old English

teardrop falling steadily strict orders that no such fire beI runways were built on bedrock, it hold use; or (b) for transportation Inn and It Is my New Year wishto

From each frond's tip. lighted near the t'me of the blackout 'I fa believed tint the local field of materials for constructionand you:

gained favor with the air maintenance except to the extent .
and that lighted before corps by
any Give Lord
that us, a bit of sun,
pale
The moon was upon
then be extinguished before the leaps and bounds. Undoubtedly specifically provided by'sub A bit of work a bit of fun
night; blackout start fresh In their minds was the heavy sections: 2, 3, 4, S, and t I of this ;
Give all In th'
rain. us struggle and
It shone through misty
bomber whose landing wheels section (e).
who The blackout warning In Home splutter ,
the they lay
moon at
Pale was
the (f) Farm tractors or other
In mortal pain. stead will be the blowing by the sank into runway of a California Our dally! bread and a bit o' but.
the farm Implements other than automobiles 4
when
airport giant -
fire siren at the city hall of series ter; 1

The winds sighed' too, upon that of blast about five second each, plane was brought out for Its ini- of which or truck rubber for tires the or operation tubes-'Give us health our keep to make

night; ;*iree seconds apart The blackout tial nightIt An' a bit to spare for poor folks
had been are essential. I'
Long, dolorous sight they gave signal will also be carried on the feared Homesteadhad sake;
) Industrial mining and ,
lost the bomber ( ,
base to g
As mourners sigh when turning radio. Jtlr. Rheney laid last night someother Give us sense, for we're torn o'
community, but two weeks construction equipment other than
From a new grave. that a plan was under consideration 'I us duffers,
the Civil automobiles or trucks for the
ago Aeronautics Authority operation
to have t plane with t siren An' a heart to feel for all that
authorized additional of which rubber tire or
New stars shone In the heavens fly over the rural area soundingthe an expenditure suffers;

that night, I blackout warning. I of $200,000 on the runways tubes are essential. Give us, too, a bit of song

Stan wondrously bright- Any carl on the highway or bringing the total construction cost An' a tale, an' a book to help ut

Souls of heroes winging toward streets when 10.15: arrive Sunday so far to 423000. Moreover, army along;

Eternal 1lht.Spencer night should immediately switch engineers made a survey of the FARMLABOR An' give us our share of sorrow'*

off their lights' and pull to the migratory farm labor camp under lesson

Sounds Call side of the road-entirely off the I construct: diagonally across (Continued from Page One) That w* may prove that grief ablessin'
Campbell drive from the airport
road-and stay there during the ;
s An urgent call to all Florida thirty minutes of the blackout, Mr.I and the oft-repeated rumor that should make their labor needs Give us, Lord, a chance to be,
the known to Mr. Davis at the county.gent'l
housing project would be com.
said. Our best for
farmers, whether they be landowners Rheney goodly selves an'
I mandeered as personnel quarters office at far In advance ai
or tenants to plant home The circulars containing the others
for the possible In order that 'Yltematlrecrutln.
airport again became cur.
gardens to this state may do its blackout and air raid Instructions' Till all men learn to live t* broth-
rent. Signing of the lease yesterday : : may follow. "
full part in the national war-time be obtained from of the en.
may any
Present at the meeting Tuesday
I Indicates that this reportprobably ,.
agricultural program hal been I following district! wardens: Chas.
beside Mr. Steffanl Mr.
has foundation In fact. night ,
sounded by A. P. Spencer vice- J. Caves, W. B. Caves A. R. Livingston Davis and J. H. Callahan Jr., man This war with Italy i* the first :

director of the State Agricultural Lee H. Lehman and Herbert I ager of the Miami office of the one with which our country has "
Extension Service. I Hunter. 'Those willing to ever engaged with that sunny
United State Service
TIRE RATIONING Employment
i "It la the duty of every Florid volunteer ai precinct wardens are, I were the following members land. I
farm family that can do so to plant
urged to get In touch with Mr. of the local farm labor committee:
a home garden this year," Mr. Rheney or on. of the district. I (Continued from Page One) Paul Haley, Florida City (chair An executive director. of the '.
Spencer declared. "In planting Chicago planning board says that
wardens. tubes can be obtained from and man); Herbert Vance, Perrlne
home garden, the farm family not ; most large cities have reached
Several hundred persons attended filed with the secretary: at the Cecil Barber, Peters D. P. Blake,
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only Is providing nutritious food I their! maximum of growth. Hit ",
the blackout instruction Bird Motor Co. offices. The board Jr. Goulds Robn: Bryant,
that It needs, but It is also per meeting presided over by L. Earl I will meet there at 3 p. m. each, ton; and Carl; Dolled Prlnc"j reasons are: a declining birth rate, j),
service to the nation. a tendency toward life in smaller ',
forming a
Curry, chief air raid warden of I Wednesday to act upon applies M
The more food produced on our Dade County, Tuesday night In tlons, but arrangements will be' communities, and restriction of i

farms for home use, the more food Neva King Cooper School audi I made for sooner action In emer. * * * * emigration. . f ,

from our big vegetable farms will torium. Among those who spoke gencies.A .
be available for city people, for .1 It Is said that half the world's
Our I
were the following: Detective Walter monthly quota will be .* t
men In the service, and for our Headley of the Miami police signed each board. and not more I population It at war; wL it It :'

Hies." department, chairman of the county than 25 per cent of this quota may i iI Boys in ServiceEd I Irrr over the less.number will be co.uiderably ,

Food produced In the home garden defense council's lecture: com be used In any one week of that a e 'J
also release motor and rail mittee who told of the various month.
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.Z..z..z.; ;: & :;i The
library of the Immediate future
transportation facilities for handling types of bombs used In the present The family pleasure car and
the food needed by urban war. Some of these are delayed I even the business delivery truck i can be packed in a suitcase.At .
Hickson Is Honored first microscopic photography \
people, for handling other products action bombs which can be set are Ineligible for new tires under
needed by rural and urban people, to go off as late as 8 days after the regulations governing tire rationing -I On Eve of EnlistmentThe played a of part by making miniaturepictures 1,

and for transporting troop and they are dropped, he laid. Poison The list Of vehicles: which newspaper'pages and j
book. Now
New York
equipment the extension official gas bomb have not yet been usedin I may be equipped with new tiresor Presbyterian young people a pub-
Usher
hat ot
pointed out "Transoprtatlon facilities this war but he believed that tubes is as follows: I gave a peanut party Saturday nightat perfected a system

are being taxed by the the Jap could be counted uponto (a) A vehicle: which Is operatedby the manse in honor of Ed Hick- printing book whereby 100 page of a
be
sheet
tremendous amount of material Initiate Its use. Detective A physician surgeon, visiting son, son of Mr. and Mr*. J. R. can printed on a
six nine Inches
by but a
being moved. and the load probably of several Hickson, who enlisted in the naval projection -
Headley was one men nurse, or a veterinary, and which: instrument must be used to
will become even heavier sent by the city of Miami to study I Ia used principally for professional reserve and left Monday for Jacksonville enlarge It to reading l size.
during the year. Therefore, it it high explosive and Incendiary services.b where he will receive

a matter of special urgency to bombs, and methods of handling ( ) An ambulance.c training before being sent to Nor Camp Standing, southwest of

produce a* much a* possible of delayed action bombs and extinguishing ( ) A vehicle used exclusivelyfor folk.Games Jacksonville Dee.
was completed
the food the family need on the were directed by Miss
Incednlary bombs-some one or more of the following 15 at a cost of 30000000. It It
farm and thereby make transportation of which he outlined to the au purposes: 1. To maintain fire fightIng Dorothy Behrens. Those receivIng one of the nation's largest military *
of food from other area dience. services; 2. To maintain necessary prizes were Miss Virginia

unnecessary for rural people," Mr. Capt Ted Vandentemple. U. S. public polio services: ; I. To Frick, Miss Wanda Sickle and camp e .

Spencer asserted. A. retired who described the various enforce such law a* relate specifically John Hicks6n. I THe wholesale denouncing of
Late In 1941, a survey conductedby poison gatse used In the to the protection of public The honor guest received a New foreign-born persons, whatever

the Agricultural Adjustment last world war and methods of health and safety; 4. To maintain Testament with an American: flag may be their nationality or color

Administration revealed that 39,960 neutralizing their effect and garbage disposal and other sanitation stamped on Its cover. I Is about on a par with putting

Florid farm families were planning treatment to be given victim of services; J. To maintain mail Present besides those named' everybody In a box and damning

home vegetable gardens for each. service were: Miss Avis Bitting, Mis Ann the box. In a New York town

this year, but this number, while CaP Davis of the Miami fire (d) A vehicle, with capacity of Hickson Miss Irene Jackson Mitt' lives Sam Dambrosla, Italian-born

25 per cent higher than the number department who told of measures ten or more passengers operatel Helen Pope, Miss Susan Pope, MIN who for many years has made It *

In 1940, It :31,000 abort of the needed for fighting fires started exclusively for one or more of the Sue Robinson, Mn. T. L. Hodges daily custom to hoist above hit 1

1942 goal for this state. by Incendiary: bombs. following purposes: 1. Transportation and Mr John Ricks, the Rev. place of business the flag of hit ,

"Florida" needs many more home Lieut Paul Pemberton of the ot passenger as part of the George H. Ricks, Lieut W. L. adoped land and to put a nlckl 1

garden, "and the extension worker Royal Air Force and Instructor of services rendered to the public bya Sawyer, Charles Behrens, Edw. In a box "for the flag fund". Have) \

continued, we can plant many the R. A. F. unit at the Vnllverslty regular transportation system; Burr, Bond Bitting Vernon Jackson you foreign-cuaser don a* well? '
more. And at lOOn a* our farmers .
and Blair Hickson .
of Miami 9 how English 2. Transportation of students and :
realize that they are performing
civilian because teachers to and from school; 3. A graph show that the United ;
a patriotic service to their country they would 4h* fact Transportation of employee to or Lfeut Edwin Lawrence will States Is the largest user of copperof I

at well at helping themselves, that the would be from an Industrial or mining leave today for Fort Bennlng, Ca, any country In th*.world and I

we feel sure that they will meet brought Id wardens establishment or construction: project after a one-week visit with his produce its own. It used, forth / '

} or dons.exceed the goal for home gar- who Mghed and except when public transportation parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Law past five yean, six times! tt 'I

sneerei individualssoon facilities are readily avail rence. Mrs. Lawrence will accompany much at France or Russia, two

Dr. John Harvey Kellogg famed becar .. hborhood heroes him u far as Blakely and one-half time tt much t*
able.e
Battle Creek health authority, has and the people learned to follow ) A truck operated exclusively where she will visit for a few days. Germany, twice a* much .* England -

Just completed a sclentif study their Instructions and orders Implicitly for one or more of the purposes and nearly a* much II

of Florida climate Ina 80-mile j because_ ft meant the diN stated In the preceding: sections or James W. Luckey of Homestead France, Russia and Germany com.
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tone, radiating from Miami and ferenc betty, aMdeath and survival for one or more of the following has enlisted In the nary. b'ned. .

pronounce It one of the most he said. "> purposes: 1. Transportation of Ice e
healthful location to be found Mrs. A. O. Upton of Miami, a and of fuel: 2. Transportation of Pvt. Richard Helnleln left Tuesday The new story of the Japanese I

anywhere In the world. Ocean: member of the lecture: committee: material and equipment for the for Fort Bragg N. C. after admiral saying lie expected to die \

breezes wash away dust smoke who took a court it Yale University building and malntenac of public visiting with nl* parent Mr. and t tat the poem term from the U. i

and gases, and sunstroke It onknowa for worker fat civilian road; 3. Transportation of material Mrs. Herman Helnleta In Rdland S. White House really belong on \

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{ 1 Miss Alta Webster who jpent I Golden Sun Sinks in the West"

I the holidays with her parents, Mr. Homestead Girl Scouts I I Katherine Kelly served candy; I
and Mn. Julian Webster, left Sun.
In and Around day to resume her studies at Agnes Barbara Miller Scribe

i1t Scott College in Decatur, Ga. If' R. A. NEWSBy
This week stan were given for I Charles Stevens
Mr. and Mn. C. T. Carroll of I perfect attendance and for com- .

) Homestead Monticello brother and sister-in- munity service during the Christmas The meeting was opened by
U law of Mn. E. E. Atkinson, accompanied
holidays. singing the R. A. song. The usual
by Mr. and Mn. C. T. There was a t'e In cravat and order of buslnesa followed.
I Carroll, Jr. and Mrs. Geo. Wardof There and!
I triangle bandage relay. I were present: Billy
f Mr. and Mn. Paul Z. Camp have Miss Elizabeth Skill, her brother Winter Haven spent severaldays The Girl Scout park, which la Irvin Melton, Tommy Clark, Rocky
,/ turned to Washington after a Frank L. Skill, Jr.. and Robert Mrs. Atkinson last week visiting Mr. and to be a native hammock, is now and Nicky S.ncore, Victor and Jack
\ 'vU.t: of one month with Mr. Camp's Gentner left Saturday for Washington at Royal Palm State well under construction. I Morris, Billy: and Dickey Scott
mother. Mn. Chat W. Camp. Mn. D. C. where Miiss Skill Park lodge. Mr. and Mn. C. T. Barbara Jean Wakefield gave asher I Junior Pope. Charles Stevens, Jr.
I Carroll
". ,Paul Camp holds a responsIble will resume her studies at the States Jr. returned to the United report for the musical and the leader, Mrs. J. Lawrence
. position In the bureau of agricul University of Maryland and her recently Islands from Manila PhilIppine the origin of the polka. bad"j'' Scott.
'f ture. brother will return to Vineyard where Mr. Carroll A game of rough sea The next meeting Is Jan. 21 at
School for Boys at Vineyard, N. J! represented the Coca-Cola com-, joy d before taps and a song "The I 1(30.:
pany and was slated to return in
.... )In. R. E. Anderson and daughter that capacity after a few months''
'.t *, ,Jean and Bobble, left by Mr. and Mn. W. B. Edwards of furlough In this country.FLORIDA .
,y plant last week for Cristobal, Winter Park spent NewYear's day -
Canal Zone, to join Mr. Anderson with Mr. Edwards' mother, Mn
." who If employed there. Virginia Edwards. Mn. Edwards CITY 1
also..had week-end
as guests Mrs
By Warren gevery
n Capt. and Mrs. L. R. Jacobs will Lois Trepte and Miss Mary Treple,
'10.'"
arrive today from Evansville, Ind., both of Miami Beach.
Mn. S. J. Bushy of
'to spend the winter with their son Burford.
I'' and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mn. Misses Iva and Nina Dyal who Ga., arrived Thursday to spend
'" Adrian Jacobs, I spent the holidays at their home the winter with her daughter and 1941 FORD DOOR SEDAN.
I here left Sunday for DeLandI son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
f I where they are students at Stetson Haley. Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Mahleof 1939 FORD COUPE.
Mr. and Mn. Harry Beatty of Miami and H. Washburn of
Milan, Tenn., are expected next University. I Tampa were Sunday guests at the 1938 CHEVROLET 4-DOOR SEDAN.
week to visit Mn. Beatty's parents
Haley: home.
Mr. and Mn. F. O. Bullard. Robert Reynolds of Atlanta arrived 1938 CHEVROLET COUPE.
Monday: for the winter sea Mr. and Mn. T. T. Harper otMortleld

Miss Grace Butterfleld who has son. He Is staying: with Mr. and W. Va., who have been 1937 PLYMOUTH 4-DOOR SEDAN.
been residing In Homestead returned Mrs. J. F. HammettF touring the West will arrive here
1 Friday to her former home"fin next week for a visit with Mr. 1936 FORD ROADSTER.
Mont Dora. M. Kent is expected back and Mn. J. H. Simmons.Mr. .
Tuesday from a two-week trip to 1910 CHEVROLET PICK-UP.
y Cedar Rapids, Iowa and Mn.:W, B. Clark ofVandalls.
Mr. and Mn. W. B. Smythe have : 111, who arrived here 1937 FORD 1 TON PLATFORM.
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returned to their home
on Farm I Friday, and Mr. and
Mn. Tommy
Mn. Jack Sullivan and Infant
Life road
after
a holiday
trip to
Nolen of Houston arrived
I New York., daughter Jacqueline Joy: were returned Sunday
from the James Archer and are occupying the Sllverman

f Smith Hospital to their home Sun apartments. Mr. Nolen will sail Bird Chevrolet Co.
Pvt. Thomas Veal has returned day. Jan. 20 for Venezuela where he
.rte to Fort Bragg N. C. after spending -, will remain for several months.
?;; a few days at the home of Miss Martha Fain left Oldest Chevrolet Dealer an Florid Cut Coast
/ Mr. and Mn. C. T. Anderson In Saturday The W. W. F. C. Class of the
.' Naranja. for school In Sopchoppy, Fla. after Florida City Community Church Homestead Florida Telephone II
a holiday visit with her
I'r I parents -
will meet home
at the
of Mrs.
Mr. and Mn. M. N. Fain, i iI In The eldest Chevrolet dealer en Florida's East Coast
> Hugh Robinson who has been Lloyd DelU tonight Mn. C. S.
Homestead.L. .
;, visiting his sitter, Mrs. J. Q. Hilson I I Philips will be co-hostess. Growing with South Dade for ever 15 years

In Princeton, has returned to his
.
T. Blebler
and his
.t|1 t, home In Sandenvllle, Ga. Virginia who have been daughter, Mn. E. J. Rhodes and Mr. and
visiting Mrs. P. A. Bowman arrived Saturday -
Mr. Bleber's brother-in-law
and
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Byrum had from Dover.
: ester, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Weiss,
as guests part of New Year's Day, left yesterday for their home
six University of Georgia boys in Roy Scott of Frankfort W. Va..
Saddle River N. J.
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]YAKS ROOM!
who were here for the Orange who has been visiting in Miami
Bowl festivities. In the group was a Monday guest of his cousins,
were: Ralph Tabor, A. W. Gaskin, Mr. and Mn. Frances Freeman1 Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Deitz. I There are waste corners and
Dan Cambo. Warren Schuman, left for West Virginia Wednesday spaces In your home In which
Emory Barr and Bob Branch. I morning. Jack Smith of Atlanta, a former I our Mill Work will make luxurious -
resident of Florida City, visited
Mn. R. E. Shepherd of Miami Hprvey Rue, Edward Kirby El-I friends here Tuesday.: shelt-and-closet room-
,' and her children R. E., Jr., and) win Cooper and Herbert Booth attractively conveniently -
Betty Ann, spent New Year's Day left Sunday: to resume their studies Charles Clinton la now em- really thriftily! Stop In or

with Mr. and Mn. Chas. Stevens at University of Florida. ployed in Key West call us In-for a talk.BROOKER .
., in Redland. .
Miss Dora Scott who attended Mr. and Mrs. A. Godaro have 11

F Miss Cora Byrum who is spendIng Norman Park Junior College In reopened the Marianna Spaghetti

the winter with Mr. and Mrs.: Georgia the first semester will finish House on the Overseas highway. LUMBER CO. INC.
*.J. R. Byrum in Redland, is visitIng the year at Montverde School, ,
"' this week with her brother- Montverde Fla. She left for Mr and Mrs. H. Benietto returned -
In-law and aster Mr. and Mrs. Montverde Monday. to Kansas City Wednesdayafter Lumber, Hardwire Sash Doors, ToebHOMESTEAD
J. J. L. Phillips, in Miami. visiting relatives here.
PIIONE II FLORIDA

I f Joe Byrum-Jr. has returned Miss Virginia! Frlck returned Ronald Caves la confined to his
[from Hampton Saturday night after a visit with I home with a badly injured foot.gfEEL .
I where he spent Springs the Christmas, Fla., ville.friends and relatives In Jackson .

holidays. ____ Do You HaveA

Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Hindman Mn. Edw. M. Jones a former ;

"have a* guests for three weeks resident of Homestead: who now FURNITURE PROBLEM?
''Mrs. Hndnmii'a sister-in-law lives in New Orleans, arrived last
and
week to spend several months here.
;niece dlanapolls Mn.' and W.her M. daughter Smith of.Mat In0 -- We will be glad to help you solve it, whether it

He. They arrived Monday. Mr. and Mn. Philip Tamulerlcs concerns: the whole house or an occasional piece.
of Perrtne an announcing the
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\ Miss Carol Lee and her room- birth of a nine-pound son in the ponsiipatior Smith-Graves Furniture Co.

mate, Miss Betty McCauslin who James Archer Smith. Hospital corrected byChiropracticA
4 have been Visiting at the Lee Monday. Phone 218-J Homestead
'home, left Monday to '
resume
.1 their studies at MoatverdeSchooLAit Dr' Leonard W. HaakinGLASSES "11IIIII I ,

"STRAIGHTENED.."
Mr. and Mrs. A.: F. Arthur have
9 returned to spend the [.-.w.. W.,. ............ I Many hive told us: The first
5 Homestead. winter in ....... A401110" .1 straight understanding I've ever for Delicious Home CookingYou'll
tar et. a. Views eves. fta
... had of Constipation and. its correction .
i}: Ernest Campbell of Goulds was a..s..a .... came when I learned of like Tropical Cafe for

j returned to his home Monday af Chrlopractlo and 1U Adjustment its tasty food, its pleasant at
ter technique. Chiropractic offers
receiving treatment In the
6 James Archer Smith HospitalDIUI.A.BERGER all Const.patlon: sufferers this mosphere. Do come in soon.
r-- benefit Why not stop In, and
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DENTIST. AKERS learn more on IIOl'RS this subject, today? Tropical Cafe


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L Dentist I I Office Boors f a. ... .. I p. A Tuesdays: .4. to 12; S .. ..J. e eDIIIrs'

Sundays P .. It Sundays by Appointment w: also
f.First National Bank Closed Saturdays
I Dr. R. J. Elliott staring II eater 1age .

\ Building: Free Parking Space CHIROPRACTOR I IMeCrety j arIIef

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1 r:-At '. ei, '. *a>..grrndxtul *-1 H: .f II'w..n. & 'h 1AA Mit Mnn Mildred 8ullH': }. .if" \,;..' /<, .' w.\'tlill.\ I:1M t

\'el I L >' Iip.h !':Mtroo) CUifrat honuJ (1 ,,I"- (,r ,!. IN i F O -
I.t MI 1tIIJ' lIcbMdIIr.! ; ?" | :
,f' "'. i. tbnt Ihnc made S :lP r :' :: ; v
J' w.h her brptVrlnu ."n. 10-CUoral Club pwliie llu" ") *Ii HOI'll "I 1, !nd lr s| ,.J )

; '"'. S .. ,'uMr.arid Mn, Rob- \1 1 >K>m of. Mrs W. 8.. Mlil.i at\ Clifton Chlttln.n. ron at Mrs II I The bnfir h..$ 'J i : t'ILV ', c: tot Her
1) .,,- ol H r rpfwd She 4 30 clock.! "SJ; cht Che man of Florida city I' fuHwreitO-id *.!<;'-'!', .. nd

'1 : h' ."-.ioyed at Bvrttnfcwtni Tan, 12.-M..iIq of Monday "'f ,,' t'I' ,. (or the'aKt :!u j. Club at'home of MW.W"iil :E, ,.' S ciook by t ie ReOeo.. Etiaufl I't 'racfcnu*.1,11 BvAoal In
at 33 k. "I hIS Redlend.t ,',
ell '< ''!8 : -odo U Itomc 11 ; Miami .
\,0C \. h"1 il1 ,1.1. l-l--ftC't1M' W*', *.. C: S; MrBUllatd, Mn. Cbapmaaandaf :. The frl!IT-X ,' I III ,,, ,f" .;. "11:4': at home of Mrs A. M : M,'!H Sronl" -. sister! of \ ll *'. : thool ei>l tj 'nrw ;, Jt ' '"'' il,.' bidte, wI ("'oU hv .it' :"i !PulAl )(1 COmpl'ltl,
: ,:; .., I:ndsJW: I .r, "i 10 Mcottng of Momctrilttimt mooyTh : In i'"utn MlumL '.
11 Q , DemOUittUUin CJub at 1'30 : "'btlde were n wjua I'M*? I prt 'nl 4h'V.. ertf n'l11)m'f) : thoirhrrfie .-

J '11'1 1'I 1- :I'ck'I; in f f A. tabJuiu e i dr ws made wit nttquarhiltts in I lor:do Cf:.:yi' '
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.' ....,..' ."f -daLr" !n ( hnmber of' WAT pp v/is: Uonoradt 'I noetirr of t,," ,J'd,,,' \ 'f'mal1'r.

\ 'J{ '.'0'1111',-> .i bu,Idu pm .' ,i'a'JI."llllJlI I f!'uwei and taT <:'I1I'b oX H.'j1 rt "tl Hotdn:' iii{htin

.) U: -\r: tig of GtrdinC , <.iy .:lft' iQoan; b:.: Mr*. J. B: tftfl (ht) huUae. Oi/ifors will
: lub ,.t h'''nof A'n. H J. Derby- Brook :,t bei Juimr 11' PorvenW-.'; be iO n'hut"?(m :frbt;,. -) e'r:'ted .

TO \ l' 1' \ ';C't' "h,n. 'n Flo'ah ("ity. :I I Mrs. Kopp is- tii.' (jriiiei' MltI1 1110 March uncl ins'-drl: d'1(1'Ajir 1 1I ti

.- I If a Jan 1 W-9 C Meeting at Home of of Homcaiaad.Mr* J HH.unmcH i'I m Tho Jy illniric Peyr:e' I bla I I i Mn''Vlutnt': ,:) Wtlton 'was eteetI . ..
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covcr .
cd correspond to fiUI : ,
:'1 '1 'r' by telephoning the] at 8 p nvk I wltli 1'1.1 I ns scptHaiy :
: a lIce cloth '" :: blue | the cajidd departufe
: d1L 1' :orre . I Jan, >fl-Meeting of HomMtefd ', dtteotvted with p;at.. wh tt and I I I vacaiWy! Uy tbe ',
ef W Short
., f M /r'll'ryra will given'onraten Art Club at home of Mn. a EQatUn I'blue -wcet .)4rs. IVankUiusmau I'frs. Thpd ..
pens I Jr borne
toi her in North
naw
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l IJ desire itII Jan : Caroline., Mis* GeraldLn* RelUI .,
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: I I was rnudr K d Cross ctiairmunPft .
IJ, r' r <>m I Ir Federation of Women'* Club*in
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Mr A
jPiowaty Amcr, Mr ,
II .rM' r> n" rt'-TT. E L.OlA( gUMHMCn I Redlaod. ]|I I Aha Lac.'Mrs,.V. off Hirrh. M:iR "c >t 1.1 thu r",c'1 ng wet'Mis 1
Jan Ji Whte r F S'uri,d. Vrs AnsolBnmn
((1 1 .I'M OFFKJtM; : elephant sale N Herman, Mrs. Paul Haley,
,- I II sponsored by Hotmttead j', ,. 1, 1 mil Bvrae lter
Band
'] A11 flflrei" j of the T I L Patrons Mrs A A Payne, Mrs E. J Dyai, .' ,
tte'rt 'Ma t. h Ur0ene Mrs
Fletcher
r '1' Clall'' .j
of the First Baptist Mrs A. M Logan Mrs. Geo MFrlck .
., I Bount. Mr. Au U8tus Mrs 1
IIJ I old-1 < Wynn
Ininc.rtead were re-elected Mrs J. A Riclu Mn. A KArthur "
I 'le i, win : MUSIC CLUB Wi) tHey 1:1:11.: Mrs T 4. Walker .
II mrettn<: r,f the clan Friday afternoon TO MBIT: I Mrs: Clnudo 8 Allen Mrs
,.,,,. I I| Vr. i.,,m: Vittkop, Mis JM L,
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f' n ,11 t t Ihe 1 h\,ne of Mrt. Annie WITH MRS. MILLS J W Western of Coral Gables I I
',ttrastad in lj.c ,: 'nc>n1"1 Bid V:" "urold Oxford Mrs
Butler. T:re off icrs atf Mrss The Monday Munc Club w,II Mrs J Qlascow of M ami Beach I
f nd jut whol1 thtIB R.I OUn Wrlfcht: Mn. Walton Mrs
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Myers! pllltid1-uti Mri. S K meet Monday afternoon at 330 Mrs K, Brandon of Miami Beaoh
I Buchanu Mrs ,
Ennis M
Pearl
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i I see-:'itident; and Mrs Qu clock at the home of Mrs. W B Mrs. J. M Holfecty Mrs D P'j Whitaker ss "j
'N BPE4KRB I Sherard see retary. and treasurer.I'I j I' M I its with Mrs Mills Mrs A' W Blake Mrs. W E Rheney Mrs ,I ,and Mas R itz. ",

'i' RDEN t'ttTB-IdftING. I Mrs 8K n. and .. I HutcWnsoa, Him. O I. Oault and W A. J Kopp Mn Ralph Done I '-
( oo. Ramon. I former I Brl\ non were placed on the. flow Mrs. R. E. Edward a* hostcnes ; Mia N: D L Swan and Mr*: i I Mrs: Ceo: W. Turner" Jr: "Sr7

\I' n talk on the planting I A program of readings qn prayer, Saturday afternoon at 2:30 at the i i nd M >.,i s E"thc' and Helen Liv-

,,', nnd bulbs at S meeting was given. Mrs Sherard read home of Mrs Mill to pract.ceDetU NOMIVTIO COMMITTEE j II ng ton visited the Little! River
r lub Monday nftrinoon ai'' Prayer for Gift of Times, Mrs. :APPOINTED BY JIMOK CLUB i Chapter of the O r. S Monday

tl hll 'ic jf Mrt H J. Brockett! A .I, VanMnrtcr read 'Prayer A nominating committee I composed night when the worthy grand matron

,I' nIl In City Mrs Ranion alioirrvcwid for Courage, and Mis H E Kimball and all the officers, registration :, of Mr*. C. A Buchanan i I paid her official visit there.

the enrly days of the "read Prayer for Forgiveness and Identity, Mrs Ceo W ----

club Mrs. K:ng read a poem, Turner Jr. Mr, Davis Mrs Delte

Mrs M M Black poke on bird "Today"Toothpick. end Mrs Herbert Katz, gifts and ,'
Mrt Annie R Butler president stands filled with home, Mrs A R Livingston, Mrs
prr.Ided. candy were given as favors Cake. Chas G Turner, Miss Macomber I: -

Pound cake, punch and candy and coffee were served and Mrs Bird; decorating and enterta I
were nerved by the hostesses Mr*. Present were: Mrs Chesley :nment; Mrs Deitz, Miss Esther
Brockett and Mrs Virgil Lyon Saundcrs. Mrs Catherine Plckard, Llv:ngston. Mrs Henry ,
The next meeting will be held Mrs HollUter Sage Mrs. Emma Brooker Jr. Mrs J D Redd, Mrs I __
Jim 19 at the home of Mrs II J, Wright Mrs J. H Chomblis. MnD Davis Mrs R G Moon and Miss

Drrbysh!re In Florida City. It was W. Home, Mrs T O Watkins. Helen Llv ngston, examining all
Mrs T D Plch* Mrs .
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MBlggers
announced. past matrons, public:ty, Miss Ma Jack Howard
Present were: Mrs I!. F Potter, Mrs Mollle Wlngate Mrs. comber, Red Cross, Mrs Ceo W Polk DIXIE DRUG Johnson
Mrs Siberia Bule Mrs W KHaas Ben Young Mrs M M. Lawrence Turner Jr, defense, Mrs. Davis,
Mrs J. M Dobbin Mrs RO Mrs D M Shetzllne, Mrs Van and refreshments Miss Esther Phones IB and 101

Desmond Mrs D B Snow, Mrs Marter Mrs Sherard, Mrs. Kimball Livingston Mr*. Paul Reynolds
John Itohrer Mrs Ben Young. and Mr*. Butler. Mr T Start the New tear off right by revolving to g.t the Rexall
Orfanedes Mil Mildred
Drug Store shopping values during the coming year You esn
Mrs H M Brown Mrs Richard Sullivan, Mrt A R. Llv:ngston make your dollars go so much farther-and get the fine quality I
I L. Corkervlilo Mrs, Chas. L.Ooley AD ASTRA COMMITTEES: and Mrs Edw Norman, Jr of Rexall merchandise. All full sise packages-all fresh merchamlme -
Mrs Hollister Sage Mrs APPOINTED FOR YEAR Mrs J. D Redd, -organist, and I '.

D M Shetzlme, Mrs R J. Shep Committee appointments for the Mr*. Brooker, Esther, were In. Headaches? Co/drf/ Feel "Fit 01 fiddl." NOW
herd Mrs Derbyshire Mrs Butler coming year announced Friday'
stalled by Miss Esther ....
For relief from the discomfort
quick
Mrs Ranson, Mrs Black, Miss evening by Mrs J. W English, Plans for the Llvlnaslon'l Quick KEX-5UKtK .
cf mucuUr .,,,,,. ,?,, ptlni and
Jane O Hannum and the hostesses worthy matron of Ad Astra Chap the worthy grand matron In February ' doei Wl trick . .
tcr of the O E. S., are as follows were discussed sluggish hadach.-over.lndulflnce!
W. M U. CIRCLES HOLD : finance, Chas. O Turner --folds, get quick actlnf Rex.Seltser.
J.\SUAIY MEETINGS Mrs. A R Meybem and W R See how It drive away those blue

Al the meeting of Circle One of Bird, relief, Mrs. English Miss from aba\" C"UI4s.I .

the Woman M sslonary Union of Alice Macomber and Mrs Chas
the Flnt Baptist Church of Homestead O Turner; resolut:ons, Mrs J ADougherty .

Tuesday afternoon at the Miss Esther .-:".

home of Mrs. Dexter Home, Mrs ton and Mrs Annie '1- I fItiiftMZ' Pure fat ASPIRIN
Julia Polk spoke on "Fisherman way* and means, Mrs. LiVlnas.1
I Mrs Sam J. Davis Start to relieve that cold discomfort I ,
of LsleU", Mrs Catherine Plckard I the minute feel Dependable. quick acting aspirin
spoke on "Land of Our Master", It coming on These you tableta for the discomfort of
and Mn Annie R. Butler spoke on I aid In reducing fever too. minor and similar aches and conditions.pains colds
"The Truth Brings Joy". Keep them on hand

Others present were Mrs. T DPlch .I 'hO.U COLD TABLETS
*. Mrs Harry Hall and Mrs
Deep,lasting wave*of(squlsH*
I T T Bowen kmluwea with Thenalque, & -" 25CI
A salad course and coffee were ; fceatorleM method . Cool, I ,,;; ;
aerved by Mrs. Horn I safe, ocafortablelMi ;;1<.., ,,,

Circle Five met at the home ofMr forALICE'S

*. Georgia Blgjrers Tuesday afternoon I
f Mrs Gerda Fread and dlwtmiquL&Ioe JS2S2 Cherry Bark Flavored of Magnesia

,: Mn, J C Vann conducted the \ COUGH 7A8UTS

pI'OlI'8m.Othen Get relief from toughs due toeolda
present Vere: Mrs W 011 II.. I..._ with this so pleasant to One tablet equals a teaspoonf -
Home Mrs. M W Craft. Mrs. ....._t w._ take cough syrup See ul Rexall Milk of Magnesia.
L. Lawrence Mrs. Ora Fraal D'I how it gives relief Handy (lie package can be
BEAUTY I from carried in purs* or pocket.
Mrs. Emma Wright Mrs. T tickling
Dr. B. F. StebbinsDr.
Sclfert, Mrt. H. E. Redn: SALON soothes Irritation.TOZ. 19CIr"

Chesley Saunden, Mrs. O. II Eal'l L. W. StcbWns IIMS .. .

ter, Mrs. Judjon Strickland. Miss W. Flagler St. Miami t **.II14 IW.... O I
Josephine Pratt and Mrs. Bigger.
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'1 1'I: CIRCLES < Jf1n> :E I p" FOB RENT .' -&tyt
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I ; iVNri" room it. (hill iI',., \; " V wvr
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-. bat Week fa 00, Ceo Campbell I Jyst not I I A,. .
" '!lld a i Circle In M iv. .
It, *.!. :, 1IJ.' !I'" : KL The Out!)..!It (;,"CP inert, '., P p w r TO nt'Yt .. :. __ _pi

W ; uri" hell,) o. tin third Tumdiv TOOK of "q'. TOM"s Fl'I\/SUm: TIC .O : Mrs I.OANS;

II ,,', 1 11:1 lJ( r ("',,"r'h at ,i bond: the ,ti'nn,p T.1) c 'I !<. ,. I' T' \! I. T IoU ( 'i 10,>:' . _.

bu ,.ll; J I'll, Iaf-1 the fourth I .\. "' "1 1t I'.!" I , ,' Stole.FOR 'I -U -- -
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t 1" oup ho-t') L"lie Ben .Inlmn' I' VRTi IS l I>'E"; '- -- i jf 'trr-4.r", 1\1 \1'1' 1rr'o

n its it* I, me, ''irs E '::i. 'FOR (' 'tRI MARIE ROUrBTt- r "* 'on Gr'1., ?o Perm (shed npi'tn ','. T'. i at't 'i "I ,

C its iK leiu kr, Mis Dan i Mrs ,lum s H Hobeil", Jr. \'ca : National Leader Sunday I bottled too "u>\,, F'-r ib 1 ath" ; '; : '; ' Mn'I: .

W.I l in .,.. 1st.,nt leader, Mr?. patty Tuc'diy afternoon .n fate C H. Law Dory, I'' N ."
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Nci' ; and I W. lit at 1 \ -tf ISu
j !:I..t jUfy honor of the fourth on.iiyetoarv .
T. m Jan 8- \" v In" ;0 ? A '" ',' ?'lOm IrI
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1 as treasurer of her lighter; Cam I"
, ,' '", mont )"I' "" d\'d I f. ia :I F'OR SALE I N..v 'OJ, id othrt 1CuUt
I r d gfrwp $e! 'tied Porlu j Cake., rookies, card I d "nypfrc 1 tIC I In' ,

Dr. L' I !It (>< lei name and chore '! served. In \(jtort. D. C., \rthur Ion .. .

the ',,"' ,., root officer,,: lo. der. Mien j The 1.111.1 guests \\ .r' -, III 1, to "I ") . n:,\ onl) e"utlvr TilI FRUIT 1 toft 11ALE -T 1111'\-\ oranfi ;I ('l\ : ; ; ,: ;.

H<' 1 : \ c ton; ",'t nt Iuid >rM 1, rdl1'r.; B lly and H i 1J.1 fanitTtai green pM:'net: ,
0', I,.;:ieecu: ly if the Gcn- atHJ. 1 I': I
I i ,plisr; ; c..t t n Mr. Irene Mill, Tnyc and:1: Injt 1. but Mv.tt Mil jutc\: $ 25 pat'sMr ,

A '. : ilea-1.1 r. All ties c Ai",et\ 'i and El, n" 111: 'P. inl Welfare F'cdnl on of Amerlcn I *. few CMUU Bkc jn I). ', $1000.1000 411;i:J -I' p.,,

s" .,nd B< i k 'chl"l', Mr Sill/' Wright Roger Chur u to address |gatherings c'! and Federal .HjgWJ.. at Mod..llo. ? -r'l' N
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T \ "CI ',,on.l' : Mill y Jo an'l I Mnrlor' S' 1'r'- i r> on-minded fat I:1: )11 flv, 'c rni ,IS VF (; ; -
1'nd I e'' Morton ", I *25$8 on new of .1 01 ,;
group nco burg K 10'1 B hop, KnC : "' 'I' Miami Su noott'n1 I .'
\n i truck P 0 But I.61.. .
Fl r' I :u as it, 11 11! and Mr- I"r" Ameha Hope Wit't ': ". :: I IOl I ... .. T :" . .
2.3:1: o'clock and J 'Rt\lG'I -
1i I Pi'n as ,t' I 1' odor Til Cy; < Ann ((arc 'o. Ruth To "' rlln I J.L\' I"'t./C"I'' / 1 1t

oil I "n(!u .'r. wll ('f' rlrr'ted on IniietSc o I iroug1. B mho till] Milk Sunday < it 7:10 {I(I PLANTS-pepper* .r 'lol''t: and t 11. IT Pat I :,
colt rds. Marlar'i Plant Firm .
Jot "i iI 'Rene M irl ;. J'jt . H2TE. Main St.. t. i 11>> 'I 1. n f .r ('0"
JC'1I11c Lobe: ,i Circle I his I '" n
i nndo Tn'Lo!!. To;;te Wflijm r "I t I Mr Johnson nil .

OJ" ,f dtrship of *.11"j. B '.! Caol! An h n. rrul M, I lnd ". I'r i hj( ct War nr i". His : of Ci ,, I f' I .

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1 n n nij i L. C. Dodd the nor- ; pro' cent I h'j: I IMi tho voice of i justice WANTED D..r \ : % ma.

\ pit ," presided, A 1 T ":- cr ]1't is 'r\, In pensions. h.. 1St t wyc TO BUY Luml"" 1' ( ..

t \\ ". for, the Munty dtfsn- Ol on. M' r' 't.lr! Cl mn iMr.'. rs waged a c<. c battleat W a' sL. '. lid'. I .
@ > I ,. > and rules t national uniform tint 'it, It-. ,> 'Utility: ,
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0"w,'" ,rrd for 'th membership A. A. I3u"f,s L. K. Bsiop: federal pori l0v ISO On MM M MtafctrU of Horntoad. -- C .It" 1:, tlltr ( lr.

I' co-, t t.;, Ih wilt begin In Febru Ir, Mr \". "'"c' toe War! ", r*. month to an ov..tI.. and 8'!' tIt_ be rciWHulili 1"1'1 ; I' In.., .o '

.... 11,1 run through June under W W A, > ;.... Don Talbo'I I end adopted the ribgja"OuIlL'l\ le! to nail ',, I I. I '

tl,.. ruhip of Mrs A. M Login Mrs. Mary 1'11111'110, Amerea'a Maiw cltWAu at leayta 11 priori hw'II' .t' cJIKIL.I'

n' Airs Dave W U..... Gifts wee rcic wed from: Ws dollar 4 day through-.then W.A. Amy P. O. BOX as' I .u'' .1+ ""millld" +

;, T' Jt n "'eLobd Circle served Bert And .rw.. Mrs. M. A. Murphy :' The O W A. Ii short far t ',' IJ.\': I

j. I tell. I'i'intil Mix J C Davis, Mrs. Goldie the Genital Wallace Act, H. ,I ;;:\ .: ; '" ::;,1\: ,

"i"1 l I "('ram and refreshmentin McCrcndy Mi<. S. A Turner and 1410, which Mr Johnson chime 01"

(0, bunlnrn! M' tIn Porno Rni. CLmpbell to br able to prove by documentary I $20III; I. -r.':' .

.. -' llcvi..,.r for the rhuirh evidence \III America's leading TOWS PLAf8. ;,',
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In F" ,' will be provided ,b,. CANNING DfiMONSTRVTIOV with IM con-
V ry p ni on meafun
Dials Sway Kem. I. HaHXAOO I fur I'\rw 1:. S pity, I
Y. .ogle r"llook: C'role, +j\ was onnoi TO BE HELD HBRe JAN U Rrestmen on a non-partisan steer.bg i over 20-_'3

i-l This! work will be done Person i la Homestead ntertitM/ ntmtHm to pomot u and ;I OA9 at* OII<9 .

by d" M'!Ir> Bonnet Circle] in in learning to ea* Am Invited toattend with' UIO QIJ a )raeharc* ..]t Ldued O..dwlehea at AH T,"M \"0' full, .1!h, leas, t ,

MT 11. h> Cio P"rtt Da\i Circle a dtmrmrtratton fit the un to have It based' oa the floor &14 j rA'IiOI':1. T p.rfl material I.'

n \p" I -(: by!,e Morton fleltm of a pressur- cooker at a meet ng CongKM ) 1'1. ,r ,u I III bbl .
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-- l .tt't'Y' se/iYFM I "0.0..IJ1P91 Y/1J .
RF.T! '.SD womAWR C1.11Rf 1Ua lIr callI, II iliadi',

>l n. M.L.D.Y MEETING ; :set vice
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T: 'Vnmrn's Club of the Red- Ise' OUXBtT Ltwson'c. Drivel ( c. f31tOWOC; [ UI\1: i" '
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Inc, !Id im all-diy meet tog LH Puttee, PI,'_
in the Keep I ,
f emergency your Phone G !
Tuesday in the clubhouse to s*v J
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ear rum ng smoothly Have ux '1 Regular OUmew-Curb Service 11011" 'iCe"' 1'1'
r for Ij'r TIed Cross And to me
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I pl. ,r r"itcrn ping the T>,\le Also lawn .">,v1 e. -_ -

Con ,or I" ratton of Women'. regular 'fI IIt ua PKort' 'TotKATYIMANI ; , ' I.A N 1 :

C"J'" I" RrdlIn* pn Jan. !II. wear on paft, con- .... -- ,
,, ?red _. I r; .11 t'.,'
A 1 d! | 'luactwoh :v isel ----r-- \\'o 'o
inept on.,Safe for yourself and
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"rei "'i _r: : .frt, Savm-':r 1 Uncle-Sam, ito Leave your car ( 1 1 '. lil'T : ',. 1, 71'' ,

Don '*, V D MAW. 1r: with us. 01 phone and we will 11 LUMBER ('OKeuth (" ,' ,

FI, :, 'Pl"] ME., Carter r. call for It. .. '
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Ii< n 1 -ttuei Which art of 'ntcrest 1942 DRIVER'S LICENSE "..; I '" .

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Page Eight THE HOMESTEAD LEADERENTEKPRISE' Friday January 9, 1942,


Order Parts for Farm :Machinery Now, '
I

Is Warning From Dr. Wilmon NewellGainesville I' .

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Jan I-To be sure will base his production! on requirement
that your tractor will be running reported by the dealer,
and he will not produce a* large
during this year of heavy production -
amount of repair partial In past
you hid better check It year RECAPS :

over and If It needs repair parts nil year, manufacturer will
order them at once. not produce large quantities of re-
This warning, limed to all Florida pair part for farm machinerythat
they are not sure will be
farmer by Dr. Wilmon New
needed, because of the great demand
ell, director of the State Agricultural .
for parts for trucks, tanks, .
Intension Service, applies plane, and other military equipment
not only to tractor, but to all
other farm machinery a* well.
Manufacturer of agricultural
Dr. Newell has been notified: by
Secretary of Agriculture Claude R. machinery part will be limited to
actual needs, shown dealers'
a* by AVAILABLE
Wickard that the quanity of repair
part to be manufactured for reports.
ute this year will be bated on actual "To be sure of getting the machinery .
requirement a* reported by part you need,order them
dealer over the country. now-without delay," Dr. Newell
"Check over your machineryand warned farmer
if you need repair part tot
put It in food working order, go''
'I'
to your dealer and order them at WHY DJ.1VE1 I Is
once. Do this now. Farmer who,
delay in determining their needs I
and filing their order probably I SAVE
will'not be able to get the part I NOWa
they need later on. Thus it i*
Imperative that this check-over
and ordering be done just a* lOOn TIRES
a* possible," Dr. Newell declared.
After receiving order for part,
the extension official explained,1 and automileage ..
the dealer notifies his manufacturer
of the quanttle he will needto I

fill them. The manufacturer I! During the restrictions on the sale

First Aid,Home Nursing

t Courses Open to Public of new tires, we are prepared to

} Classes In Red Cross first aid
and home nursing are being
-yourMtire-needs with.
formed, and Instruction will begin I ,
within the next ten day, announce -
Mrs. Jas. L. Bird, presl-
dent of the Junior Woman' Club BY TRAIN

of Homestead, which I* sponsoringthe Why pel.....wor ea your rim .
UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED
classes. Anyone IT years of a4 MM when yee eel wake tile .
ago or older ii eligible to attend MM trip by tram loiNf, solar
Those Interested are asked to wore comfortably mi or IMS 01me. .
notify .ether! Mrs. Bird or Miss (. No traffic hazards or tiringMne
..
. .
Yea cm relax end
Geraldine Reltz Red Cross chairman n' on met.. arrive ,..........
for the junior club. Floride Cost COM (Railway l mow TOP TREADSAND
The classes will be held In the effort fait, cooTtaloat, modern
evening, but It a sufficient number service to keel dMtMattom,eke. t*
desire, an afternoon class will be .II principal clues of the Seethe .
formed. E l and Mid ". Save your ice
Those who have ::essential home etc. floe yearPest
signed for
up trip ay ...iII.
away
the home nursing class to far are:
Mr*. Olin Wright, Mr*. Virginia
Walton Mr*. T. J. Walker, Mr. FARES ARE LOW
Frank Bernecker, Mrs. Alton TlMM temple oe-my fens for
Home, Mr*. Lloyd Field, Mr*. frond to streamliner chair can orkivry FULL TREADSAt
Bird, Mill Mary McNeill, Miss coaches show hew little I It
costa (S% Federal tax not I*.
Marybelle Gibbs and Mill Pearl chided).
Whitaker.

Those who have signed up for MIAMI TO>-
the tint aid class are: Mr*. Henry Jacksonville
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1.5.
Brooker, Jr Mr Harold Oxford, ?
W. Palo Beach__ 1.10
Mr*. Stanley WIttkop and Miss Atlanta __.. 11.1. less than Half the cost
Reltt.
Blrmlncham _... ._--_ 115Chlcac
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MINISTERS TO MEET New York.. .' ._._. M.4
The Redland District Ministerial Washington_____ n." ..

:Association will hold Its January ... ..
81.11a.l farts to edoor tM4Mp
meeting the First Baptist Churchof .... Uck ta mt tn f* nut of New Tires
..
Homestead Tuesday fed.N1. Make nesnetMw..11
morning at
.
I. .. can Uw TfekM Office '
10 o'clock. .....
: "Evangelism" will be the topic Te1eph_:. I
for discussion.

Am corm .Ten- --I
HOLLER HAT IN COMFORTAftonMMM 1 I

nlW . It. ,AMu.I to I It P.* else M.| to* .I We will either yo'r own
I EmlM. Ise M Ilea P. M. recap
A._ -. .-..- IS* state!
Venetian Skating: Rink
1 r sea I. W. STrt A,.. Mimed worn tires or exchange them for



I recaps out of our own stock

Marl Farm Lands ,


FOR' RENT OR SALE



located recently south constructed of Florida ditches City;and served roads.with h PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO.


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4 MODEL.LAND CCMIPAIW 1 HOMESTEAD,, FLA. .

PEPPER & COFFRIN, Inc,Agents
i Opposite Legion Bldg. Phone 18 f
r. O. Dew 350 Miami. FU. I iI !

Been MS hgrkha Bid*. rhetM I-m. j

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