Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00527
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: January 30, 1942
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00527
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
lccn - sn 95047482
lccn - sn 95047482
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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District 191*Sloe j jNo.

Vol. 31- 5 Homestead, Florida Friday, January 30, 1942 Trice 5 Cents 1 1r

r Fruit Festival to Open Here -- .

I : Next Friday With Big Fanfare ,

] I Up-state Bean Crop Said SCHOOL CHILDREN'S PARADE I

. Ruined by \Rain. . and Hail AND MUSIC BY BANDS WILL ';



Exchange Bureau for Miami Trips I

Music by the two Redland Dis.
BE SOURCE OF Conservation of tires and gasoline the grove section into Homestead WEATHEROfficial
and the revival of old time wa advocated at the meeting of trlct high school bands will open
neighborliness by the sharing of the Homestead Rotary Club Wednesday weather report of the the thirteenth annual Redland
] trips to and from Miami and from by L. L. Chandler, chairman Subtropical Experiment Station District Fruit Festival next Fri i

MAIN SUPPLY of the agricultural division of Homestead Florida. day at 12:30: o'clock.
the Dade County Defense Council II... 111..111'0. .., I 1 iWe I
BASE OF 155TONiMRATORNOW The club voted to appoint a Jan. 22_( 69 42 |130.121| Short welcoming addresses will
committee to Investigate the feasibility Jan. 23-......... :I 71'I 33 :,:30.181| be made by Edw. Stillng, president
The Homealead-
be the main source of supply,for informal -or impromptu clearing .ran. 23- .. _.,1 7 8 I 38 | 1 1I Commerce which sponsors the
Jan. 28.1"I : 38 :30.021 festival Mayor T. J. Harris of
map bean in DorMa-thi winter bureau for the exchange of such
FOUNDATIONWith Homestead L. X. Becker of
transportation.In .ran. 27. 77 42 129. 3I
a* a result of rain and hail storm Florida City and E. H. Gallaher,
suggesting the Idea, Mr. Jan. 28 173 48 :2913,traceALL01lilENT.OF.17 1
'Which destroyed from 12,000 to l festival. manager
Chandler pointed out that although -
the 38-ton base of the recently -
A'parade by children of the
15,000 acre of bean Jan. II In there Is bus service be. i
purchased generator
(Hortlt,&fward raadjaoutk' P/aloi, plate fund I the-'giant flywheel'fe twew, homestead sad Miami,'Ahe local school win precede the open-
ing. "AH school children will be
Beach counties.
busses do not run often ,enoughto I
be In place today, work of setting
admitted free on that day, and on
about 1,000 of }
Only acre snap fit Into the convenience and TIRES RAISED TO
up structural steel for the addition -
effort Is being made to secure free
beans are now left In the state, requirement of many who haveto \
that will house the new I rides for them. '

Is and growing the Homestead-Gould 5,000 acres of this area total engine afternoon.The will. get under way this I go to Miami on business 47 FOR FARMERSThe A resident of the district will :
have to but admission
according to a Issued pay one
Tuesday by the state marketing freight bill for moving the: Books charge during the nine days of the
155 tons
of dismantled generatorby
bureau. scheduled allottment of 17 festival because a coupon given
Black valentine's were bringing rail from Long Island to Homestead For RegistrationIn tires for the Homestead rationing with his admission ticket will entitle -
$325 a hamper here yesterday was $4,300. Iti purchaseprice board was Increased to 47 this him to free entry thereafter.
while tendergreen brought was $35,000. and the building PrecinctsPrecinct week because of extraordinary I From present indications, thisyear's
to house It will cost 15000.
festival mill those
250. Tomatoes were bringing transportation requirements of I surpass
".25 a field crate, with not many The concrete base' constructedfor farmers at this time of the year. I of former years as far as agricultural
the engine If 37 feet long, 18 registration books for concerned,
available. The increase was authorized by displays are predicted -
feet wide and six feet deep. Connecting the elections to be held I
An area between Fort Lauder. primary Mark Max tire rationing administrator Festival Manager E. H,
dale and Boca Raton wa floodedby rod bearings alone (four next May will be open from Feb. for Dade County, at the suggestion Gallaher yesterday.
of them) weigh 700 pounds each. 2 to Mar. 2 and all who wish to
a rain which ranged from 8 of the local board. I "Two things, however, are needed
to 15.05 Inches. Crop losses Included LOCAL POETS SONG IS' vote either In the Democratic or Names of those who received ," he said "The tint la the co-
also 4,000 acre of peppers PUBLISHED IN NEW YORK the Republican primary must register tires and tubes from the local rationing : operation of all In making the
1,500 acres of eggplant and a large Mary Ferrell Dickinson, Homestead no matter how many times board, which serves that community booths a success Each
acreage of miscellaneous vegetable I poet, has just received they have registered before, Mrs part of Dade County south of Sil- : chairman will appreciate the helpof
such a* squash lima beans copies of her song, "Motherhood", W. B. Caves, deputy registrar for ver Palm drive, appear at the end those in his community In
and cucumbers. The marketing for which Oscar Rasbach has composed Precinct 113 (Homestead), Mil of this article.In planning the booth and securing
bureau estimates the- damage to the music. yesterday a bulletin Issued by State products. The second need Is to
the Broward-Palm Beach farmingarea The song is published by G. Mrs. Caves will have the registration Tire Rationing Administrator W. get Independent growers to exhi-
at $1,500,000.: Schlrmer, Inc. of Mew Ycrk. books open daily from 8'' C. 'Sherman of Tallahassee the bit their very best fruit and vegetables
I a. m. to 12 noon and from 1 to 5 public is advised of ways in which Good prizes are offeredfor
p. m. In the office of the county tires can be made to last longer these,
Tribute Paid to Homestead Boys agricultural agent adjoining the Spy the bulletin: "If anyone has extra large vegetables / -
I I Homestead city haiL In additionshe "The oWners and operators ,of or anything unusual or
Killed byJaps at Pearl HarborTree I will keep office hours from 7 automobiles and trucks should under freakish he should bring In.
: to t p. m. on Saturday for the no circumstances become offended "We have Increased the apses
(Continued on Page Eight) with the rationing boards of the woman's department to
Tributes to the
Planting in ParkIs memory of Earl
I Walter Smith and John Anderson when they are unable to provide provide for more entries than we
Girl Scout ProjectThe have had in the and we In-
your requirements in tires and past
Arrant, who lost their live In the
P. B. BIRD HEADS (Continued on Page Eight) (Continued on Page Four)
Homestead Girl Scout, bombing of Pearl Harbor, were
Troop Is responsible for the tree {paid at service held for them
planting which has been going on i Sunday afternoon In the First Baptist PAY ALLOTMENT China's Four-Side Neighbor Custom
In the north half of the Flake Church of Homestead.L. .
manor block recently acquired by! B Sommers of Miami former Would Be Good Here, Says Author
the city for park purposes. The i principal of Homestead Hlgn CAMPAIGN HERE .
two-and-a-half acre portion was School, told' of the splendid ath- -
turned over to the girl scouts by I letic record and sportsman-like attitude The Japanese for generations magazine, Mrs:: Cooper now live
the city a* a site for the construction I of "Smitty" during his high Preston B..Bird has; been askedto have believed they were destined In the Redland District
of a Girl Scout little school career Arrant was pic- organize a committee for the to change the world, and since "In the past 80 years", Mrs.Cooypf .
house and the planting of trees' tured by the Rev. Noah Peterson, purpose of getting salary allotment Japan consist of some four thousand itated. "Japan has become -
aDd shrubbery as the troop might family frtlend, a* a clean-cut boy for defense bond and savings Islands and only five are of one of the foremost Industrial -
decide. and a devoted son. Dr. J. E.Johnstone. !:. stamps Into every place of any size, she felt China' vast nation of the world. She
Aid of the county park depart- pastor of the church, employment In Homestead and acres and natural resources would has a large navy, or did have un-
ment and use of county prisoners who conducted the service reada vicinity. give her world supremacy Mrs. til very recently and the best mer-
was obtained by a committee tribute to Anderson Arrant asa Under the salary allotment plan Clayton Sedgwick Cooper told the chant marine. Travel on Japanese -
which appeared before the county pupil, written by a former teacher each employee estimate what bel I Redland District Lions Club at a ship was a real luxury. The
commission In behalf of the Mrs. Green Rive*. can set aside each pay day and authorizes lad lea' night program in the Lion Japanese have acquired the best
Homestead Girl Scout troop. When Mrs. Lewis Brandenburg lung his employer to deductIt I Den Tuesday night. Mr*. Cooper, machinery to be had and control
prisoners had to'be transferred a solo, "The City Four-Square". from his pay check and Invest with the late Mr. Cooper, diplo- $5 per cent of the cotton piece
to another project for I while, the The benediction was pronouncedby that amount In defense bond for mat, world traveler and author, good trade, although they haveto
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troop hired labor to continue the the Rev. T A. Ferguson, pastor him.Mr. lived In China for ten yean, import all their raw mater*!.
tree planting. The last of the big 'of the Homestead Methodist Bird said yesterday that and during that period pent considerable Recently they cornered the Australian -
tree were planted this week Mrs. Church. he would select block committees j time In Japan. Play-i, wool market. Labor I II
hank I, Skill, captain of the Attending the services were a a* soon as possible so that Ole 1 weight, author of many book and I I cheap. Factory workers are hired
troop, said yesterday. (Continued on Page Eight) work could begin next week. I 1[contributor to many well known (Continued on Page Four)

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_'___"M'___ Monday, Feb. 2, DeadlineFor ][Art Group to Comoet*3< !!

1 REDLAND WINS Federal 1 Auto Tax For Festival H(
A Little Bird R
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FROM I GROWERS' Monday Feb. 2 is the deadlinefor I r,i h.d.ten-foot The Ho Ie tt'.d,\ ,'\ .

purchase of federal us* tax ?yr
BY 37-24 SCORE Told Us stamps by owners of cars trucks have a thirty-foot! sand

end motorcu e*. The stamps the member , pet,
fTo9 available at ribbon awards.
which cost arc

( Edging ahead in the third quarter THAT the county deport, four mile east *f Homestead, wM bean aO post officea.Pwtmuter: First, second and

and continuing to gate in UM arlatibo training fteM JM wen ae a bop-oft been for ferrying S. E. Livingston of will be given f i",r cr.t; in

last quarter, the Redlahd Diamondbacks bombingVenea to AfricUdth aevehundftd flying cadet quar- Homestead said yesterday that following eight dh ;:a.
for toe tint time Ie $1,500 worth of the stamp bad any medium; landscape'. oil ,
two year. defeated their traditional tered la tie nearby migratory farm labor tamp now Hearing corn been sold by the local poet office rine, oil; scene wnter )lor.

rival,. the Homestead pleUen. .. aIncoehe,. were tint received life any medium r.er' pic

Grower, by 13 potato on the Red- e a e Jan. 19. |oil; flower picturaster c_

land court Friday night The score THAT I'SO activities are being planned for the Homestead The $1.09 auto use stamp will I I and miscellaneous' ny medium,]
was a7.M. Honor w... 1 b 3,4180
be good until July, 1, when owners
am at sexes. It can laID recognition a a military 'I the three betI '
Behind -e.
one petal, at UH of motoc vehicle will have to 'pJ
end of the tint quarter and on rrrir* c 'ntrr. buy a H stamp which will be good II'I I entered and t d" ..rfs i

pont, I6.lt at the close of UM for a year from that date. The craft work.

half. RedhMMt High wa in from THAT the young My who replied ta tin negative a telephoned stamp must be affixed to tile ow I
M to M at the and.of the thirdpermd where It can be easily I I CHAIRMAN: :XDED J!
inquiry u to whether die wine 'the fatty that washes" WM chagrinedto ,,1ft a piece .
seen by any federal officer.j So far. DO ''' ,' .red
Jack Marshall M the vtctoriotii hear from the disguised voice at the other end of the Un. "O
j I II i I serve a* chair m..n : F
teAm with 14 points and Ralph you dirty thine'!" City communu, . TI.
.' I Vernon Turner Offered I II I
> nger made 11 points for the Festival all.i.j! IcU
1 I..s.'r?. Thi was HomcVtead High' I- 1 Law Faculty Position' will
give 11 F
M rid defeat of the aensonIt Nancy Carroll NEGRO KILLED AS i ___ I Ii f I I val Mnagtr + lpd

I i Vernon Turner of Rediand hors :!I flight Publni
II S. SWAMP" KEY 11 EST I I Will Pay .Visit or graduate in law at Stetson Urn th" loan

.\>D MIAMI TEAM HE ATTACKS PYE verity. will accept a position .r .l LC, he tr>-4
imtstead swamped AndrewJ' Instructor la the law college of I t
To FruitFestival
f. ."n High 54-21, on the Mia- : IN PERRINE JOOK that Institution it was learned I: J'nr : .l
I d', i
i. I in Tuesday evening' Fler- I here last week-end when Mr Turner '
OCA Lott rang up It point and I Nancy Carroll fascinating Irish' was home on a visit to h.'

Ovllinger, 17 star of stage and screen, plan to''P s. F. Pye of Homestead, county parents Mr.: and Mrs. Oeo W ;
The H. H 8 aggregation defraud upend a day at the ReHUnd Di.I .- : Turner. I t
rood patrolman wa raved from I
Key Watt High School to filet Frullt Festival when It opcn I Ii ,:
Mr. inciter who ia received
the tune of ST-W Wednesday night i next _It. Mia Carroll spent I: possible iajary in a Jook Joint his LL B. degree this month .0",, '
heir. Lou totaled 16 points and several hour in Homestead Tuet.I at Perrlne early Sunday morning
was offered the position of n '
Cl- t Robertson It. day touring the district with Joint when his fellow patrolman. J. W. SAVE'TIRES
shutter when a vacancy 0(-
T Baby Grower (Homestead P. Nitrfsey. an old family Mead, i Strong, shot a negro who attackvl cttrred on the faculty of the \u.
n. i ,.r i high team have won tow and visiting at the Neaftey home Pye after the two patrolmen entered -
his alma
college of mater
>.?." 1ft.be past week They : She ia "acaUoDiDI'OD Plantation !+; to Inspect the place. The

'1'' ". victorious over Ada Merritt Key. i I negro Grant Jo.w.a. 41, who Assuages the QnaUon

i det i She was met. here Tuesday by had a police record, died from hu
I tint Mcrhaaic"Why do
i her mother, Mrs. Anae LHiff of wounds Monel..) mrfrnina in D.v prefer fabric ta leather :- and automileage i
17 i 1-r.day night: won 2-IO. from New York City, and her brother Counts Hospital ." / 'f

Fl i 11 ,MI junior high Wednesday, m-Uu. Fred Schmidt also of Nsw When the /11'Omm took a -
"n. I diked away with the Little York who with Mrs Schmidt arc'' baseball bat away Crom Jchnsmt.I Socond -Mechanic- Have ,\. I
Hivir game n... The Baby staying at Miami Beach Un L.Htff .. the n-tu< woman manager oT tl>" ,evat trod to wipe your hand

';in' ITS have won eight of then and Mr Neafceys mother place Fr'ncc Burke, hit Strong i leather 11III10",1"In i1

,' games played this teaton.REDUIND I, were born in the fame village ia over the head with a bottle and ,., [
Johnson grappled with Pye. county jail in default of bor / .' .1
I> Ireland and \he'fanuU. were related .,r :3":1'j'lil == ,
DEFEATED ;, by marri.... Strong subdued the negrcas with totaling $3,000 tor appearance
UT PONCE 1 .. ,..UU of hw revolve, g. acid I loftoalMl e ui to answer charg'of -' 1 i' %'i' I ,. / ; .
-RMlflBi bowed Hk Ponce de actress :.::tla att T r ogt 1 turned tile gun on the MIlO lopfWect attempted murder rotating. an I r-', ..

Leon Tuesday on the Cavalier I Gloria Avocado 01'0Mr.. Pyei officer .possession of untaxed J I I

court The score wa 24-33. Lardon'i avocado tree the said i iI iI TTnegro woman is being held intoxicating liquor. j!
Marshall accounted for 14 of his I looked bigger I and better than the
team's point The Rattlers will avocado tree on her estate In I TRAIN.
travel to West Palm Beach tomorrow Hollywood. ; Why fat extra wear M few tin*.
night I Others who met Mill Carroll at RIDE AND SHINE end ant else! fM cm moll the -
Chi Chambers totaled 19 of MUM trip by traut-(vitcr, MM :
the Neaftey home were Mr mora cwnfortobly: sea at less *>:
the Redland Junior high' 24 I'Collins, .In. Sylvia Atkins and I Ii YOUR Car will attain a new pease. No traffic hssaiis w hrxfl' "

point In a lame which they lost i i Mrs. R. R. Kinard. I V Importance In looks when memo it '*. YM cm >tl*. *>J ,
to Shenandoah Junior high by two "Tobacco Road" was written by i tnt *. route, eerie rtfrnkci
point Wednesday afternoon in I the actress' former husband Jack groomed to its bumper-tips at Florida lost Cowl I.d." asv ;

Miami. Kirkland, a newspaper man. at I II I this Auto Laudry Not a spot .H... IMI, co..i..,. noeoe j +
seine ta (oral dttturatoM, aba l.
I the LaHiff home, Mr. will be missed by our clean- J
. ai, pmcifal cities of the South..
Mrs. Kingman Injured ..,.. and-poliih specialists! From top list red Mrf Wtsl. :" peer cir l
In Automobile Crash NearSt''I' to tire-treads inside and out! for essential hews PIGS! yew
Rev. A. Z. Pinnell Mil tnp away ky ..... :

Mr*. Ralph W. Kingman of Silver Goulds Church Pastor, FARES ARE LOW 1
Palm suffered a fractured I
ankle when the car in which the The Rev A. Z. Pinnell of Mia TEXACO ONE-STOP I These nipli. _-"'" tons fcf'-:
and Colonel Kingman were returning travel to immlimr. choir cars *r-'
mi who has served as !
luxury CMCket slow bow Urt.CMM. It .
home from Coral G.bIHlhortlJ' ; pastor of Gould Baptist IUPP'j' DONE AND KISSAM, Prop I I 57t Federal Ms net h.f j
after midnight Saturdaywat for several week was pal.I do"). 1
truck at Perrlne by a car I tor of the church at a business I!: North Krome Aveiao Homestead Florida 0

In which six negroe were taking meeting held Wednesday night. I' MIAMI TO:- .
a seventh to the Dade County Mr. Pinnell formerly held Jacksonville ti.S4 '
hospital for treatment of a pistol pastorate In Atlanta. III W. Palm Beach I." '
wound received in a fight rxoTEcnoN COSTS LESS Atlanta 1M ;
The negroee* car. coming from Grove Owner Dies I THAN LOSSSES Birmingham ILS i
the mouth swerved suddenly Into The damage caused by a Ingle Chicago tXM aNew
the path of the Kingman car, Colonel After Day in Hospital INSURED fire cause a money lot greater York 22.44Washington ]
Kingman said with the remit i by far than the moderate coat 11M *
that they collided and the King Wm. Slephenson. 80, owner of a 3 of many yean fire insurance
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of SI.Kw hm to Mkr
man car landed against a telephone grove on the western edge 1 premiums. If your property is ._....... at we P" do"
pole while the other car Homestead died Jan. 25 In Dade, not now adequately Insured __ Mot..a,
to __ can 11111110 r 11,1114,11 Ottkea'
the railroad County hospital where he was fire should not delay
careened' across against ,you ..
track and turned over. The King taken the preceding day suffering Val further In securing the pro-

man car caught fire from a short I from a heart ailment. tection you need. Consult u* Telephone- i
circuit caused by the crash, but Funeral arrangements which are regarding the right type of
the flame were extinguished In the charge of Turner Funeral policy
Passersby brought Colonel and Home are awaiting word from

Mrs. Kingman home, where examination I relative, who are known to In I and tor Am@ al.... EDWARD STILING
\ by a physician revealed elude daughter, Mr*. H. J. Bauer p .,

. the fracture ,In Mr, Kingman' N of Erie Pa, and a grandson. Earl Phase 1141-3 Florida IIU''l'n1 City, Fie
N. Y.
i ankle. Stephenson of Flushing. _

BUY in Sleeping Comfort DR. c. H. DENBY DR.R.S.AKERS


FIE $29.50- and $39.50 Osteopathic Physician news: f a. am. to I *x .

....an: I to U
Springs to.match at same price i . Phone .39 . I f a.I'an

R trniture Co.Homestead. I = Fla.- .-.- < < Free Parkiip Spare

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Friday January 30,1942 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pare Three
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; February 6 to 14 Inclusive .

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needs. : -
! Flowers of all kinds "
" Plants
Potted flowering plants
Odd or rare plants
to. Shrubbery and nursery stock
Boxes of fruits to compete for cash prizes
; Vegetables to compete.for cash prizes
i r Freak vegetables-large beets, cabbages -
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.. Woman's Department bread, rolls,
" cakes, cookies, candy, chystallized

.i i fruits, jellies, marmalades, relishes,
\ -*, canned fruits, canned vegetables,
j' fancy work, knitting, embroidery, .

handicraft, etc. .
Assist your community chairman with your

\ community booth. The chairmen are:

Florida City........_.Edward Stiling ,
.'_" Homestead...________..._Ben Morris
: Naranja____________George Fitzpatrick
: Gouds.] ..Bob MacDonald, Al Lindgren

/ Silver Palm___...._____Jack Hammond
V:', Redland________....____Herbert Katz
., -: Perrine...__.._____.._.._Jack Peters
South Allapattah_____________W. Vick
Remember this is your Fruit Festival; co-operate till it hurts. Help] .

your government, your fruit growers and your farmers, and assist in having

South Dade products only sold in the Miami area.




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TBELEADEMTERPRISE 111I1II! :'S'iilll111Ii11111111111lIII! : ; 111111 I party on Mr. and Mrs Hobart I was common but the custom has of

I Brockett on Tuesday evening. . ." been abandoned. Under polygamy CURRENT ,

(Florida City) ., the first wife was most Im- .

BEN ARC H>:It __ Pmlilnt sad Edits 120 Years AgoHilliiillll11111111111111111111111i Mrs. Tomlmson and daughter I portant with the rest ranked according ,

AfcJOKlC LEACH ARCHER' Julia from Macon. Ga., arrived -, i to the number of sent each COMMENTBy ,

,. .- --_ _.aasr tar, sad TlWMWWP this week to spend some i had given her husband. AGNEW WELSH

1 ; !I I I 1liIII:! !!; tlime with Mr. and Mrs. J Wilson : "China banned the growing of -.-...-.......--......,-
I.", I I F rij., ,| Humnt'H PI.*. Edwards Mrs Tomlinson sa 11.\\ poppies and making of opium In -
k? U. t- Ih' Hade Pukllihlnf ComiwnrSUBSCRIPTION Tbo MWvim x.ware Una Edllor-t Hotel Mr WM *tl MtomawnU
RATES hating ,.... MM W the HMMtoWUWM ter of Mn Edwards.. . ." (Florida! IBM, but later was forced by England a ,t.O.nu" whether
I a. Mt. II..... ..... U III. I City to her ports to the U" T lie \a MMMMM oc it mrluMwttli
U Dade CcOTty_, 'I.", M ih. e..fb riMi** 11.on. ..- Sod open hU oplnkw Address -uHnoibntloni t'
(total* of Dado Cmt_____ else mm* ST. IMI wtOt ,*. "_ _"M. P. Walker left hurriedlyfor ) drug It It now. against the law ,, to A>IMW web,, Kl N i.
totem: .. Meon4 rim Mill malts' .... a.c- Altus, Okla., on receipt of to use opium in China. Formerlythe Ittk suet, Miami, Fta.

H..wte.d nh IS.. 1 HorkU 1I. at ender tin a the. offk Mt ::' Jut. 26, 1922 I news that his mother was dying. rich smoked opium in moderation You can get an Idea of the cost a'i

Marti a. ISTt. Mr. Walker accompanied by hit with little ill effect. How- of crime: by estimating the wages
for buildIng
-"The drive
two-day -
father Is expected home Satur ever, the poor worker who smoked ot the 275 men required to police tithe
Homestead Wom I a
Then and Now funds by the day." opium could not buy food also, city of Miami and the iherUfi
and Saturday
an' Club last Friday -
"Homestead Grammar, school and suffered as much from starvation 33 deputies In add,tlon to the 15men
By Mary Catherine PIckard was a 'howling' success. . .
honor roll for the fourth month, as from opium smoking. > assigned to Dade County by
at 3
Sterling on Friday tn. was
Then he was -felt wine and p. the state road patrol board.
the baby ahow. . On Saturdaywer ending January 13: First grade- "Every year in China two millions -
strong die of famine. After floodor -"The Post Graduate General
Th Country Store', the Robert Krome, John Walker Helen
He had an urge to demonstrateThe disaster I have lines a
Field, Frances Dorsey Marguerite seen a
'Home Bakery' and the 'Fruit and
ease with which he d right all 'Flowers' stalls. . The prize Wallam, Gladys Campbell, mile long waiting for their dole A Miami man who served with

wrong babies In the 'Better Ba by' contest Russell Walker, Flossie Gorday of one bowl of rice. To this dayI him praises the valor, vigor and
And ; the old "world uptodate" -
bring eneral high quality of Gen. C. L.
are is follows: First prize Eva Sullivan Betty Lou Gran- hate to see food wasted as a re-
Tinker who was sent to head the
tham, Charles Glenn, Howard
baby, William J. Clark, Jr. five
Field, Allen West Second grade sult."Present day China Is awake U. S. army air forces In the Pacif.le. ..
months old son of Wm. J. and
The world such height could not
His father was an Osage indian
attain. Camllle Clark. Second prize baby, A-Joe Burton William Krome ened and becoming modernized. -

So turned It down sad to relate. Virginia Fisher one year, two Cecelia Stallon. Second Grade, B Old customs and superstitions are the ranks.and "Tlnk" came up through

And he, with pity and with pain weeks old daughter of Jas. H. and -Thomas Carter John Drew dying Women as well is men . .

Just must needs leave them to Leah Taylor Third prize baby, I Lloyd Field, Montese Pacettl, are enjoying more freedom. With The dean of one of the colleges
their fate Clarence Froscher two years Ralph Seckinger, Christie Taylor our help China will beat off aggression -
of the University of Florida declared t
nine months old son of Elbert A. Third; grade, A-Julia Brothers and become one of thereat -

Now he Is old and bent and gray I and Eleanor Fro cht'r. . A .''I. Jessie Fitzgerald, LIllie Mae Lee.! nations of the world of the that marks good of an manners educated are man one

The world has managed to exist i beauty prize was won by Marjorie Third grade, B Carolyn Anderson "One Chinese custom we might -not the "after dear Gastan"
Just went along its foolish way, I Pearl Redd aged 10 months, III': Mildred Sullivan, Ovid SuUI :-I adopt in Florida and the Redlands type but proper speech personal

And never knew bow much It the prettiest girl She Is the I van, Alton Waldin. Fourth grade I II la that of the four side neighbors : bearing, modest dress and a respect -
Von Cell Conner
mi'eed. daughter of Chester M. and Lottie When Chinese
a woman moves to I for the op'nlons! and personality -
Redd. The; prize for the prettiest I Fifth grade-Pearl Wh.takcr a new district her neighbors on I of others "If men and womenare

Two Pledges for boy went to John William White Thelma Redd Hazel Nixon Carrie four sides are responsible for her I I well-bred In their conduct at
Fitzgerald, Nora Posey, Hazel
19 months old son of James happiness. They call on her and I home they will be well-bred when
AmericansF.leanor I Hook Myrtle Murphy, Ruby Shul-
I Todd White and Murlal Ottavla make "
her feel at home for he said
they away
er, Walter Redin, Emmett Simmons
White . -
Roosevelt recommendsthat be a aIn
Roberta Selby. Sixth grade may severely punished if she
we copy these pledges and i -"The Post Graduate General -Elsie Campbell Mary Elizabeth becomes unhappy. We could be passing the pasture field of

carry them around with us. They Hospital at Campbell street and Crome, Lldda Ann Lee, Barney much friendlier to our winter a large dairy: farm I noted that

were written by Carl Sandburg, I Pine avenue, owned and operated Murphy. Seventh II'Dde-Oraee visitors to that they would wantto each cow had painted on her left

the people's poet and sent to the : by Mrt W. I. Flak, assisted by I Cobb. Essie Geiger, Tom Loomis, come back. They'll come the side In tall figures, a number.

office of civilian defense for you i Mrs. B Miller, It open now. ,, Wen Livingston Earl Matthews, first time because of the climate This If to simplify health records

and me: Five cases have thus far been successfully Leo Rohrer, Ila Showalter, Verna but. they'll return because of and other records. Without such

I PLEDGE myself to be a little I I operated upon. Four remaining Shaw, Louise Wallam. Eighth friends found here." I a plan they would be obliged to ''4 .

thoughtful every day about the' In the hospital are Mrt II'Dde-Orin Smith and Gleula Stanley Wittkop accompanied employ a nomeclature secretary; fr r

meaning of freedom and how and I Harry Hall of Homestead, Mrt Dendy." by Mn. Wittkop at the piano entertained to supply names as they would g
why I citizen of Wm. Evert of Florida barnyard .
am a a republicof City Mrs.B. with vocal tolos soon exhaust the favorite I"
men and women, and how B. Pullen of Redland and Mrt Frank M. Kent stock such as Sukey, Bossy tt; '
Jrh was welcomed
men and women tolled 1 Webb of Miami. The fifth, Mist CHINA'S CUSTOMContinued and Bess.
s a new member of the club. I
and fought yesterday for my freedom ! Margaret Jackson of Homestead 'a a I'

today. "- .' has recovered and gone home. All '! Words, their origins and meanings -

I PLEDGE myself to do a little were operated upon by Dr. Eck. ( from Page One) FRUIT FESTIVALContinued are such Interesting things.

thinking every day about the needof ,man" for stated terms of service during There was a period in our Amerl

discipline and how, in a time -"After a separation of 38 which they live in the factory in can life when a reliable, responsible t1

of national danger more than ever,I yean, F. C. Chronlster of Homestead virtual slavery. Due to their meth- ( from Page One) and energetic man was spok. .' a

my own rights as a citizen are: and Chas A. Chronlster of ods of production they have domI- Vile every housewife to try for en of as a "wheel horse". It had ,-

tangled and Interwoven with the/'!I, Goodman, Mo., met again. The nated world markets many lines one or more prizet. its origin In the old stage coach
rights of others and these rights and built vast I Booth days when pair of well-broken
occasion wit a visit Mr. Chas. up a military machine prizes-cups and trophieswill
Always deserve decent respect Chronlster paid this week to his at the same time. be awarded Sunday after reliable horses were hitched next
"China Is a vast country of four I Feb. 8 at 4 to the vehicle, and thus became
brother at his horn In south : noon o'clock, said Mr.
Salvage for VictoryAnvrica'a Homestead" million square miles in which lire i Gallaher. Sunday Is set aside for wheel horses, so the driver could
give all his attention to the one>
-"W. D. Home returned Thursday 458 million people whose historycan stale, county and city officials.
war factories need from Lake Oketchob wherehe be traced back 4,000 years It First, second and third prizes for or two prancing pairs hitched
and the I ahead of the good old wheel
more more, following: Is ,
I democratic country although booths
hat been superintending farmIng vegetable have been given
old want rubber.paper old rags, scrap: metal,I operations. . ," there are four recognized classes, by the Red Cross Drug Depart- horses. .

intellectuals, foreigners, artisans ment Store. Judge Ceo. Holt and
I "Frank Panno arrived In At its 2,000-acr
Scrap metal makes the steel, and merchants and soldiers. Earle Mlddleton game preserveon
brass, copper, lead and other metals Homestead Wednesday morning respectively. the St. Johns river near Wt-
for the guns planes, tanks and from New York City: where h* "Eighty-five per cent of the The three cups for first second lake the University: of Florida

ships we must have for victory. operates two wholesale fruit country Is devoted to agriculturewith and third place In the fruit booth has a quail hatchery and lit.1(49
Waste makes new stores." farmers living together in contest have been given by Bur- raised 7,018 :young bird from 214 '
paper -
paperboard villages for protection.: One acre dine'.. J. N. Lummus and
Julian pairs. One quail laid a clutch of
to -"S.
ship munitions, clothing, W. Avery returned horn la
a big farm In China when the Eaton.
128 the The
and food for America's fightingmen Thursday morning after an extended eggs during year.
work It done by hand. Commercial booth prize cups hen quail shows much better Judgment
at home and overseas, visit to friends In Tennessee
Old -lubber makes new rubber end elsewhere" "Canals provide transportation have been given by Orange State in her matrimonial alliances
although a system of roads has Oil Co,_West Flagler Amusement than tome women, as these hensI -
' our motorized forces-for -"Dr. C. J. Hammitt and family
-. been bunt In later years. Many Co. and the Coconut Grove Exchange mean the quail b'IIIT-Y/IU not
plane, tanks and
battleships-Hind left this past week. for thedOlklr' a Chines* In the Interior -
who hat
for Bank.Sweepstakes. take up with any old he that comesalong.
essential civilian needs.
Dr. Ham-
new pastorate.
never teen a wheeled vehicle now .
prizes for the best ,
Old rags make needed materials i
i wit-sorry to leave the White
see huge airplanes flying over decorated booths have been
for emergency buildings, wiping j Stone . given
Church. ; "
and believes will be given afternoon.
they the.
'. for are Beat by Richard's Department store and every t ,
rags textiles.war Industries and reworked -Mrs. A. T. Haduon left Sun- step In transportation. WIlL Joyce, Dade County purchatIngageot State groups are Invited to the

I day for a visit with relatives in "Chines* are I religious peopleand festival as .follows. said Mr. Gal-
,Florida -
" Is a rich mine in all of "
may probably worship Budba, Threecash prUet-435 labor:
$29 and
these, In dumps and ,
..attics and cellars backyardsIn In ..stare- _"E. D. T.ylor./r. who Is 0 ere Taoist deity and Confucius at the: $19-will be awarded for horti Friday Feb. I, Alabama, Florida .

and ,Sternethow.nds- of Uncle Sam's seamen It visitinghis Mm tIm. Then aoay be 900 gods I ailtalral.exhibitg.by nunerynwDand .Georll ,Louisiana, Mississippi ..
of ton et .
parents having arrived Tues In one temple and the Chinaman, Independent commercial and North Carolina.
Illlte are now lying His and "
lure leas. day. will worship them all, M they are growers."Highlights. Saturday Feb. 7, Colorado
: must .-Thl. waek: tile well bein considered attributes of boa peat W thrfettWwilf: South" Carolina:Tennessee;Virginia -
Floridlana. now wwkIa
mine.' We must make It produce driven .t Florida City by the,, ,ad.- be the Garden Club's exhibit, the West Virginia, Wyoming:

Now istd continue to produce. We Florida. East Coast reached the "Chinese we very tupcrttitioua, tpuniy-pMkdtprtmenVi display undy.....r!'!b.t I. Connecticut! ,, .. .
depth'of IT feet
must a. and salvage and start wberttpBIhg! : particularly regarding the spiritsof and the Subtropical Experiment Delaware Maryland New.Jersey,
A 12-Inch
was topped centrifugal
the** Mterfalt on their way, to the wind. They turn .up,the Station'* display" said Mr. Gal"Th New York.
;t .. maker weapon*.tor"'.our,..MgMHg ; which;JIWI'III.fa it capable being of-put producing on the.Kitei I eaves 01 theU tempte\and hotter 1 er.t "," . i
..... Every eitlaea In every community two million Tblt buildings and put screens before Florid Citrus Commission gan Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode
gallon a day.
of Florida can help to tun will for tin I their jiotn tD.1QaeIL out,the**;evil O .have.fclargvttpocfrfor show. Wand.: j.... ... .....
pan torn OUIbJJeverallllOlltbi.
out U* weapons that can give tbe to thoroughly test:, spirit which mutt go tn a straight. j sag.th*'virtues of out citrus fruit Tuesday. Feb. 10, California. .' J
Un*. "In the Iowa, Kansas Nevada, Oregon. '. J
only answer to the treachery at the well. Another well I being: 40-foot Future'rarmer
Pearl Harbor.: drilled between.Tlorlda.City-Jid I "Obedient. to parental uthoni.h booth \'O uon.1 education work Wednesday. Feb. 11, Arlxon "

j. Homestead,' which win also be I Is very, stnmg:uTChlnar: ,A Will.bee shown-.- .lo-rootapace .Arkansas.. IdahcvUlnneaot! .Mon' )

ThOri; Mwr'did and never will tried out It satisfactory tt It the I tIIneee'Io4 of.mourning.It m' be.devoted to wejdutf and :tanav 1
r obwnmtrk* 'lliUdon"1. I ear Thursday.:Feb. 11 ; Mas*' '
exit anything permanently noble Intention of the railroad to begin I ben the tnaklftg'cf tteW tool* fofdWI .Main*
anti excellent In the character /PI Key West pipe line there' IctI their Parents diIf th*.so*, ***.. HMhtiMry. Acts' **>.. saehusetts. New Hampshire, North,' .

wnkh.4 *..ttnngtr to the exercise -Mrs. J. C they expecW her happen to bold office h* frequently "Th manual training work win Dakota, Oklahoma.

of resolute hatband down Sunday from dadnnatt resigns. ,Wires tjr* no consols show splendid workmanship on Friday. Feb. 13, SouttuQakota j

selfdenialWalter Scott wheN Mr. Eby holds a: ties to him because lie can have native woods. Texas, Utah*, VrmoatIphJnC..r:

responsible railroad position. . ,", many wives, but only one mother "There will also be a Urge poultry ton, Wisconsin

No American was surprised at -"Wayn* Cooper returned SaU "Marriage are arranged by the exhibit, I rare bird 'exhibit Saturday Indiana, Kentucky, I

performance of our tonka in urday from Plant City: where JM parents, of the''boy, and girl and cattle:exhibit Missouri New Mexico,. ra

Africa. After all. they were attended the funeral of bit mother through I IObe'The bride "Th P.T. A. will serve chicken J

turned out by the sam manufacturers who died at her home at Ojus and bridegroom' have no voice in dinners. The grand essentials of happlnettl

w"can go unscathed last week." (Florida Cite) the matter and may never see "Dally; broadcast will be made are something to do, someone to

through Sunday, traffic 3ams.J'athfindef. .- "About T9 men women a.ndchlldre. each other until the marriage from the Frut JTsUvtl building lev*, and something bop fan, .
-*- ,1r
.' ... ...apnhgiaswprise.tIc t i, anmog)..;;.Isttbiirts'PWI gaLy.bit 'eonotrutysthscnoolhaadt, \,:

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,Brockett. Mrs. Clayton Sedgwlck I!'of Miami and Mrs. Alma pox..' flag are: flag color, sandard and-

Cooper will speak on Japan and and Mrs G. Clark of South Miami'I ensign The flag li Just the regu
Mrs. Brockett and Mrs Jas. M. I I were Sunday guests of, Mr. and Jar name the color li when the!
In and Around Dobbin will be hOlte_. j,Mrs. R. E. Scott.Lee's I flag ti being carried In unmounted

'I' I 1 : j units, the standard U when the
1I !
Mi and Mrs J. Carpeaux of I grocery store has been flag I Is on the :pole and the ensign
HomesteadMrs. Detroit arrived Friday to visit closed. lit when a flag u flown on ships
I friends. 1 or smaller boats
I Mr. and Mrs Jack ,
Holt and A vote was taken that "e meetat
Frank Blair enjoyed a de > sea
j the fair for the meeting Tuesday -
R r.; Mr. and Mrs. David Walker and
fisjtlng trip at Matecumbe Wed&lday. after next. This will be
Mlttle Massey of Columbus visitor by his brother and sister family of Longview moved tills counted for attendance.

Ga., arrived Sunday for a In-law, Mr. and Mrs. Adrian week Into the Willis house on Mr*. Skill attended the training
ten-day visit with her soninlawsnd Jacobs, and his parents, CapL and: ,Avenue B which they recently Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Crockett court In Miami and will go to
daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Mrs. L. R. Jacobs. purchased. and Mr. and Mrs. P. Coherelle Snake Creek on Saturday.

Burton, and their son-in-law and spent Wednesday at Matecumbe. The Fuller Brush Co. man left
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. LonnieL. The Rev. and Mrs. A. M. Vivienof Mrs. Rhodes Chamberlain of Oklahoma ui tome brushes and letter open.
Hood. She plans to visit alsotit Redland are spending the week was a Saturday visitor of Rhoda Jean Bowman who has eras We were greatly In need of
the home of her nephew Marl In Miami attending tthe Florida Mr. and Mrs. Willis Clark and Mr. been visiting with her aunt and vegetable brushes at camp.
Williams of Miami. Chain of Missions. and Mrs. Jack Holt. uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rhodesof Katherine Shackleford served

Hallandale, returned home I ice cream
Mrs. T. T. Bowen returned Wed Miss Bertha NIll Hausman 'of Mr. and Mrs. W. Clark and Mr. Monday.

nesday from Cobbstown, Ga., the Redland High School faculty and Mrs. J. Holt visited In Hollywood CARD OF mASKS

j where she visited relatives for a ls now living at 1012 S. W. Saturday and In Miami Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Hand. We wish to express our most
'- Sunday. of New York visited W. B.
> Twelfth Court, Miami. werg
few days. sincere thanks to our many friendsfor
Fred last week.
John Hickson, son of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. B. Young and their kind expressions of fjrm-
Mrs. J. M. Holferty, Mrs. J. A. .
licks and the Rev. Geo. H. Ricks Mrs. J. R. Hickson of Naranja and daughter, Juanita, left Monday for Mrs. M. T. Kennedy la recoverIng pathy. during our recent bereave.ment.
student at Alabama Tfvernier where Mr. will
Polytechnic Young from her recent illness.
attended Florida Chain of Missions
a C. A.
Institute at Auburn Ala., suffered work on the pipe-line. Williams
:' Assembly Miami Monday. fractures of the Mr. and Mrs. Casper Williamsand
pelvis and left Mrs Charles Clinton and children

,. Mr. and Mrs.-: J.:'M. Holferty hadas leg Saturday night when a motor Mrs. Jas. M. Dobbin Is reportedto Archie and Diana spent the family,
cycle which he and a fellow student be ill at her home. week-end with Mr. Clinton in Key and Mrs Daniel Williamsand
over-night guests Tuesday Gene
were riding hit a curb. Mrs West. family.
funke of Bloomington Ill., and
Hickson with another son, Joe Tommy Whitehead of
his son, Paul.Clement Mateeum-1
Hickson Jr.,went to Auburn when be visited his mother Miss Catherine Rohrer and Mist I Round Interesting
notified of the accident and re- ter Walkup, over the Peggy Demere are recovering from A good beginning oftentimes
Russell who enlisted at ,meant a great deal. To emphasizethe
turned Wednesday The injured I the measles.
n i' Morrison Field recently as a flyIng point may we remind of
youth can not be brought home Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sabin, !
cadet Is visiting his the of the
case who
young man ,
for some time. Miss Bess Subin. Mrs A. Sabin P A. Mills of Naranja was a
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Russell, : desiring to secured
on a favor
\ marry a
and Mrs. A. Ball of Miami were Sunday guest of Mr and Mrs.
i 10-day furlough. I Elwin Cooper, who is attendingthe Tuesday visitor of F. B Lein-] Eugene'dills.Homestead. able hearing from his iweetheart's
University of Florida,Is spendIng inger. Irascible father by opening the Interview
,t Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fricke of a few days with his parents, -- .1 with these words: "Sir, I
Park Ridge, 111., and their daughter Mr. and Mri. Harry Cooper. MrB. and Girl SfoutsBarb.ra know way whereby you can lave
Crawley daughter,
Ethel arrived to visit a lot of !
Sunday I Helen and Mrs. C. D. Wilson of Miller, Scribe
t Mrs. Frlcke's parents Mr. and Herbert Booth is spending a : Miami were Sunday visitors of .....-,-..-'"'......-'".."..-.........''".-...

Mrs. Dan Roberts. Mrs. FrickeIs mid-term vacation from the University Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Caves. The Girl Scout troop of Home-
the former Miss Margaret Rob of Florida with his mother, stead received letter from Mrs.

;.. .' erts. Mrs. Arvllla Booth.FLORIDA. F. B. Lelnlnger visited In Little Gordon Dudley, the Junior Red

;; ., River Sunday. Cross secretary, saying how they
1, .' this Petterson of Madison Wls, CITYBy appreciated the second afghan the moneyl"I
I. Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Waltetr Dorothy Barber Is recoveringfrom Girl Scouts made. The second
t Peterson In Goulds. Warrens Bevery her recent attack of appen afghan was mad from wool webought

dicitis. and not that of the Red
. Clarence Ray left this week for Mrs. Alice Oxland gave a dinner Cross.

big home In Independence, Kan., party Wednesday evening honor- Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Scott, Jr. The military names for. theTURNER'S
>, after spending the winter with Ing Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ha- -
i'l' L his brother, ,Elmer Ray, in Red- mann of Streeter III, and their I
5 I
. arrived Tuesday for a two-week
Mr. and Mrs. S. Ballard of Tar- visit with Mn. Hamann'i brother,
rytown, N. Y. are visiting Frank Andrew Palyear. Those presentwere FUNERAL
r D. Briggs at his bone on Farm : Mrs. R. J. Shepherd, Mr.
Life road. and Mrs. T. Forsyth Mr. and Mrs. 1ugii
W. W. Severy and Mr. Palyear. :r25SjjQME2Ulour

Mr. and Mrs. / R. Bynim had slurntlisif105I
Mrs. R. I.: Scott visited her
as guests Sunday Mr. and
Robert Mrs. daughter, Mrs. J:. H. Brandenburg Ambulance Service
Montgomery and Dr. M.
In South Miami Monday.The .
Chandler, all of Miami.
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W. S. C. S. of the Com
I Phone 270Homestead, Fla. a osa. g psA as as-
CoL Fred P. Jacobs of Grlder. munity Church will meet Wednesday .
lOlI Ma.w \
Ark., Is expectetd as a week-end at the home of Mrs. H. J.
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Pan Six THE HOMESTEAD LEA'OER-ENTERPRISE Frit1 v. January 30.1942

I I . . Social Events in South Dade . . 1 1I

-- : the marriage of William B. Hocutt.;
Unpreparednes In the civilian ;;course for defense chairmen ', former resident of Homestead who Maud E. Chandler spoke on and by way of Korea, to Japan.

defense program It a betrayal of sponsored by the Defense Coun-:; I* now in the naval reserve at her two and a halt year stay Ina According to the usual custom

ell, Mrs. Rlckenbacker will teach Atlanta and Miss Mildred Eliza- mission school founded by her she wa given a fire-cracker wel-

the boys In cervlce Mri. Eddie women how to put out Incendiary I,: beth Loner of Atlanta. brother In Soochow, China, and come, she said and the found her

Riekenbucker, guest speaker, told bombs, prepare their homes for ', The marriage took place at 4 showed several Interesting specimens pupil at the school. very eager to

the Dade County Federation of air raids and protect their hornet i p. m. Saturday, Jan. 10, at the of Chinese art and craft learn English

Women' Clubs at a luncheon The federation voted to back the home of the Rev. H. Hamilton In work at a meeting of the University She described Chinese weddingsand

meeting In the clubhouse of thoWomlln' fight of the Miami League of Norcross Ga. Mr. and Mn. James Club at the home of Mr. funerals she had attended and

Club of the Redlands Women Voter to restore a law In j Kellum of Atlanta were the at- Green Rives Wednesday evening told much of China' Industries

effect from 1936 to 1940 which' tendants. Mrs. Chandler returned from and resources.

Wednesday. compelled monthly tests of herd The bride was formerly a resident China Just before Japan' unde- Of particular Interest were her
"Fifty-four million civilian are for Bang' disease. t of Ocala. clared war on that country began. numerous small carved models of
to maintain an army
required Mrs. Mr. Hocutt, son of Mrs. J. D. Mrs. B. .M. Hindman, Mr*. W. Chinese life such at a grindingmill
ihe laid Sydney L. Welntraub
three million men, i Brannon of Princeton, spent most L. Sawyer and Mrs. Ruth U Scott In operation, an Irrigation
president of the federation
required to urged
"Eighteen persons are the federation member to l! of hit life In Homestead. He attended appointed by Mrs. W. R. Bird system, family worship a sedan
In the service buy
maintain every man Homestead and Redland president to make plans for bridal chair with bearen, house

end eight of those 18 are I I Florida product j schools and was employed In the raising more money for the achol.itrship ., boats and fishing boats with their
women Women will soon b* Mrs. J. Avery Guy ton,,Mrs. Ef-
print shops here. He enlisted for fund, at one volunteeredto diving birds.
drafted m3 we must be preparedMoreov fie Sutherland Mrs. T. T. Stevens active duty in the naval reserve begin the fund raining by servIng Mrs. Rives and Mrs. H. G. Thur-
'ei we must keep up civil- : Mrs J. J. Miller and Mr*. Oliver'' I
about four years ago and two the dinner scheduled for the man, co-hostess, served cake and
Ian mm ilc. If we would not add Sollitt were appointed to serve !
I a.I' year ago was sent to Atlanta February meeting at which Russian tea.Present
h, the woryy of the boys at the a nominating committee. |
where as an aviation machinist's Mrs. Ivan Moser and Mrs. Ben besides those named
from Mrs RickenbAcker who I Mrs. Seymour Dane president mate second class, he Is ground Archer will be hostesse The din.I were: Mrs. J. G. Wynn, Mrs Iv with 'r. I husband famous war ace of the Redland club made tho I Moser Mrs. Lonnie L. Mrs.
t school instructor for primary students ner will be served at Mrs. Saw Hood.
anti pi" dent of Eastern Air Lines I welcoming address. I i j at'the naval reserve aviation yer's home In Porvnlr. 'I Frank Webb, Mn. E. B. Black-

met ? .'II. >th a fishing party InK About two hundred attended the base. Mrs. Chandler prefaced her talk burn Mrs. Geo. D.. Ruehle Mrt.I .

,? ','i since Sunday was metb luncheon and the morning business They are making their home with a brief history of China' '| Ben Archer, Miss Lois Behreni,
"I i-. at the bay near tiome- session in the Redland Community '
near Atlanta on a farm which Mr. four-thousand-year-old clvilizn- :, and three guests. Mrs. Mittle Massey -

Itirkmbacker announcedI The closing feature of the m !t. bought. I prenct to Korea she explained.MRS. I I Jane Rives.HOMESTEAD.

i h,' 'a in home air raid: ing wax a tour of the Subtropical ..................................."_..IH."...._.
i ,, whkh I she will 1 teach in !, Ekperiment Station where a demonstration The Calendar ,
% FRANK WEBD : W. R. C. B.
1 to,iiman's Club will be of the budding of uv>- ................ ,...................-"-.."..........".......
\, mliv at in'30 o'clock In I cado trees was given I HONORED AT PARTY | HAS AIX-DVY MEETINGAn
--- __ Jan. 30-Book tea at home of I Mrs. Frank Webb was honored all-day meeting to study thoi

Mrs. W J. Clark. :| nt n shower and dessert bridga book, "Methodist Meeting Houses1',
I Ai W.;, L. ,MCCAFFREY ADDRESSES Feb. Meeting of Garden Club,, party given by Mrs. W. J. Clark at; was held by the W. S. C. S. oj the

CLUB ON WOMAN'S PART IN DEFENSEMrs at home of Mrs. D. M. Snow In' her home Wednesday afternoon. Homestead Methodist Church

.,------- Florida City. I Mrs B. M. Ilindman won the high : Tuesday In the church. The book

(. J. McCaffrey director of Coffee and assorted cookies were Feb. 2-Meeting of Junior Women' ':' score prize; Mr*. C. H Steffani. too I ideals with the origin of Method-
Club in clubhouse.Feb. second prize; and Mrs. R. T. Hole Ism. A covered luncheon
Section Eleven of Florida served by the hostesses, Mn. W. I dish
of Homestead I
Federa-I Meeting brook the guest prize. served.
R. Anderson Mrs. P. J. Franklinand was
tion of Women' Clubs, I'
Band Patron in high school mu.lcroom.
Present Mrs. Geo. M.
were: Those who took part on the
on the part women In America are Mn. C. B. Wtthauer. I
of Present besides those mentionedwere Frick, Mn. A. M. Logan, Mrs. program were: the Rev. and Mrs.
l playing In defense our countryat
Mn. K. Feb. S-Meeting of Homestead'I, Paul Reynolds, Mrs. Frank Haus- T. A. Ferguson, Mrs. J. A. McNelll
a social meeting of the Woman'sClub : H. Foulk, Mn. R.
B. P. W. C. in Chamber of Com
Mrs. C. Rice Mn. Mn.
man Hagler C. D. Eaker, Mn. H. L.
O. Shore Mn. H. O. I
of Homestead Tuesday evening Cronwall
I merce building.Feb. Richard Huff, Mrs.' Bevo Webb Brown, M.... Geo. Hanson Mrs.
In the clubhouse.A Mn. Theo Stadlg Mn. Ida Elchen- '
All-day meeting of Mrs. Hindman, Mrs. Steffant, Mrs. Lloyd Field Mn. A. M.
musical program presented by berger, Mr*. John Julian, Mn. J. I'I'
Presbyterian Auxiliary at home of
Holbrook Mn. Webb and Mn. Mrs. L. C. Dodd and Miss Jennie
Mn. W. B. Mill consisted of the R. Brooks, Mn. J. F. Hammett, Mrs. Vane Harris.
Clark. LobdelL
following numbers: a vocal solo, Mn. Adrian Jacobs, Mrs. L. R Feb. All-day meeting of Presbyterian *I j 1--

"Just a'wearylng for You", by Jacobs Mrs. J. D. Perkins and Auxiliary at home of*

Miss Mary Ellen Dearing; a piano Mrs. C. Schroeder of Atlantic City.SHOWER Mn. Vane Harris. i,i'

solo, "Rustle of Spring", by Miss Feb. Business meeting of'i':

Mary France Rutland; and two Homestead W. S. C. S. In church. I I
vocal trio, "Smoke Gets In YourEyes" Feb. 4-H. H. S. senior play -
and "Jesus Child", by Mils "Midnight" at 8 p. m. j
Hilda Dudson Miss Mary Jo Close Mn. Hollis Steel of Goulds was Feb. 4-Meeting of Legion Aux.

and Miss Dearing. Mn. Adrian given a shower Monday night by Illary at home of Mn. Frank B.j i

Jacobs was program chairman. Mn. Jesse Greer at the Greer Rue. J

home In Homestead. Feb. 13-Meeting of Princeton Jack Howard
I Various games were played during Home Demonstration Club at homeof DIXIE DRUG
MRS. WALTER WEISS the evening and coffee hot Polk Johnson
Mrs. L. C. Smith.
t GUTS BRIDGE PARTY chocolate, cookie and cake 'wer* Feb. 16-Meeting of HomesteadArt Phones SO and 8101Wt're

Mrs Walter Weiss entertainedwith sened. Club at home of Mn. W. F.
,tert bridge party at her The guest Included: Mr*. Stuart Therkildson. :i stretching prices right out this month-right out to the

home n N W. Fourteenth street Hall Mrs. Pete Morgan, Mrs Feb. 25: -Dinner meeting of Unl- limit during this New Customer Sale. And these prices will

.I Wednesday: afternoon. !! Chas, Hcnnington Mrs. Ernest \ersity Club at horn of Mr*. W.I j make our old and new friends happy. Only a few days more so

Mr; A A. Payne won the hlghj I Campbell, Mn.. Bessie Gliddcn, L. Sawyer stIp.m. {I hurry. Remember more for your money or your money back.

t; snore prize; Mrs. J. D. Perkins, then' Mrs. Gotch Kufeldt, Mn. W, C

second prize; Mn. Russell' Home, Roberts, Mr*. Lillie French, Mr*. The white elephant sale which Pm-ctcSf
the third prize; and Mrs.' Glenn L. H. Greer, Mrs. Raymond Greer, was to be held Jan. 31 by the tf b JyeetubMe ayah!f. .

Bute, the low score prize. Mrs. E. Lambert, Mn. Pat Steel, Homestead Band Patron has been I

Other present were: Mrs Robert Mn. Geo. Guile, Mr*. Frank Morris postponed until a later date, -an-I BOTTLE When headaches and other discomforts of

t Reimert Mrs. Gordon Ivey, Mn. B. R. Swlllley and Miss nounces Mrs. Adrian Jacobs, presi OF 100 simple| ache and pains are bothering you,
Mr. Cleo. D. Ruehle Mn. Howard Lillian Swllley, dent. J, you want quirk, dependable: relief. Get Pure-
test Aspirin. In addition to its quick effec.
Johnson, Mn. W. L. Sawyer
I five relief\
ONLI' you get more for your money
Mrs, J. R Brooks, Mrs. Adrian
man, Mrs. Joel J. Robinson, Mrs.
Jacobs Mn. R. R Ktnard, Mn. e A 71E3 &L 'IIODUe1'
Geo. M. Frick Mn.
I Carl F. Rob
Lee H. Lehman. Mn. L. R. Jacobs '
inson, Mn R. E. Trotter, Mn. AF .
Mrs. D. O SpHlmnn Mn. Claude Darling, Mn. Jos. Hlgglns.'Mrs,
Campbell and Mrs. F. M, i"
M. M. Black, Mn. C Ben Plum-
mut.PLAN'S. mer, Mrs. Chester Roblnsbn and

I"RE8B"TERI.AUXIU.UY'- Mrs. Harris. '

ALL-DAY SESSION 'RTnRfNrtm err" }'RRm+}T'T''Tr: )

Plan for holding an all-day GLASSESOrwntMM Get relief from the discomfort of stubborn '
: meeting for reviewing a mission r cough- due to colds with two action Chtrro-

study book and doing Red Cross' -To t- sot*. It gives surprising aidjn relieving the v
4 sewing were made at a meeting ti Wide.Keep DMO,tosone wows 01|exquisite Irritation of your cough and it checks gastric
kmluMi with fermentation often associated with the
*, Thenalqu
j of the Woman' Auxiliary of the Awake bMtarlMi method s or: cougk.CHERROSOTE.
). Homestead Presbyterian Church safe comfortable
Jan 11 at the home of Mrs. R. Y. =ZE
Burr, The all-day meeting will be MlordJwcmiquL ; 69

held'on Tuesday, Feb. 3, at the s.. i. ': I WWx.71ets r.ooucv Now

home of Mr*. Vane Harris. The

book' to be reviewed 1* "Founda- -
,Von to World Order", and Loess doe to y Aloe KU-MMTHO KIENIO FACIAL TISSUES
steal. cue b* b.aished, Slow" on .._ -...
Those taking part on a program lux ketpsd l tkwssede keep ..LeibDr. Psaaa..e THE CHEST RUB The sanitary way for a

were Mr*. Oeo. D. Ruehle, Mrs.Taub BEAUTYSALON Get relief from the assslk head colds, for removIng t

Haley, Mr*. J. M. Holferty, ALICE'S discomfort of chest 4000.01 make-up. Soft -i
a F..StebblnsDr. and head colds.Soothes
Mrs. M. W.' Kent and Mrs. Frank and comfort Irritated absorbent, tough.Pkr.efm .

Q. Hathaway L. W. StebUnsIM bronchial lubes ..IrUlal"o
Others present were: Mrs. W. IL Lassaaasei roe..Asesa A... etc. Pl_
: W. Flagler at Miami
Owens, Mn Frank Robinson Mn. e aptly rela.lng Ile> !8Lys 13c <
Jack Oatlin. >Int. T. L. 1Iod'-'l none I-U1S Fkesw In .a cWty 501 y R

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dy : if !several
are used they should be '

f:' grouped.If the walls are plain and the CLASSIFIED

Social Events rug design draperies not are conspicuous effective figured It. ADS IJ-1

ItDF1 the walls are figured or the rile, RATE: lint insertion 10d a lint, subsequent insitruo'v

!, design prominent, plain draperies I, M a line ,
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MISS BERTHA NILL HAUSMAN TELLS : "Your home, however, should I
be what FOUND
you, personally, like and '
". ART IS APPLIED IN HOME FURNISHING| what fits your Individual need :. I _
,. ONE!: and TWO :
I not what some book or some interior apart -Truck tire Owm, ,,n r

," After a brief summary of the and the highest-trie I decorator advises." menu Metrically equipped Will II) have by Identifying and pming

f;: ceilingsshould ; Mrs Frank Webb showed take two weeks for Uile ad Call Kings ligh
1 history of the art of interior deco. be the lightest reproductions advance Big-
of the work of English cayne dr. and Federal way Service Station, Zrkt H.
ration, Miss Bertha Will Haus- "A room like Highway
a picture needs Martin.
painters of the nineteenth century S minutes drive from Homestead. (j-so)
L man teacher of home a center of interest lit -- .
economics n living I i and told something of the artists Mrs. Eva Collins (J-30U) -

I in Redland High School, told at room In this Is usually the fireplace. j 1 Plans for the club booth at the LOANSI
some the
.i a meeting of tile Homestead modern homes U Fruit Festival made FURNISHED
Art is is were during ROOM for rent Mn
a picture! window. i
: the business 1.. T. LOANS TO MnnFn\I t;'I R
Club how the general principlesof period The club will Proctor. Over Better Food I
"Wall decorations should bq on i meet at the booth today it wa Store. (NU-tf)j I REPAIR AND RFM uit I I'I t.
art must be
applied in home the level of the eye. ;decided, to get ready for the ex Orove Residential and i l lit' ties: '

furnishing If the result is to b.' : "Our arrangement should pro- hlbit.I HM SALE Property are uvailahte 1 ,, ".

satisfying The meeting was held vide for balance, either formal or j Mn Webb, program chairman, BROOKER LUMBER: ( 1 n .

Mondny at the home of Mrs Russell Informal. Formal 'or exactbal nnnounced that the next meeting 50 WHITE LEGHORN Suggestions:

t:':' Anderson ,r ante is the caster, but informal I will be held Feb. 16 at tbe home ot S mo. old, II. each PULLETS Mm McLaugAtin Add extra rooms m, i I' "
balance is not too difficult! of we Mrs W F. TherktldaonMn New root slid nll.r i iI it '
The first thing to consider site Country Club rd. and I
Convert .
i remember to use the seesaw principle i Anderson served sandwiches garage .I I It
said, IS proportion or scab Large s &au'r dr. Phone 348-W. Convert house into dll( ,
-to balance heavier object, cake and coffeeNO'lKIt I I tJ
pieces should be put In large the lighter object must be pUiced : CJ.IOtt) \ MONTHLY \N\II I i \ "
I' {$100 It mo -- r- ,
places. at greater distance: front the fulcrum .H. HKHKIIY (IVF.N that I TWO BIO LOTS with variety of JI." .-
lit"I I Kill I )low, U mu t' P l ,
I ",1. to ttir H 00",101. Arl.Go_
e walls and ceilings i j I I of fruit tree, 7-ropm residence !ItlOOO
i nil (ho Circuit ( 'urt Jntee'. al 918 80 mo,< -1'i : '
ar,' the backgrounds" she The major pieces o; i:situ,e : w, in. vn rVkniuy 1101. Itlt at his .hol. In the heart of downtown 15000 60 ,
expi MO.u.
; I hers li Count Room ti )
adapt Any
!. ,i ntd. Tht lowest of these- | hould follow the linen of th- wills l n. 11J feknnr i minor, 6.4 haw Rohnyt M. M.- Homestead Bargain price and
":"not sit carer-cornerrd Hug. I retain Irlxor reasonable terms See Sid TKendrirlr. Loon,. COtl II :-" ,

the [loors-should bo the darks! I If. OlIO, shoul*'be parallcd ti wall : 10, ,.It, 6. 19 HAROLD, ID. tMI BINNfitm . dustier of the Pane-' 10 asoai-i'n,7" .,,1 I

Odd fellow. Bldg HomestaH LEASED: (I n1': Mil '
BOOIvSOPEN C,Miens Military Training Campat I[ tt us often use cars to our physic CI.J lt a PROTEHliLunna

Fort Screven In 1935, '86 and |( detriment. A great many of Us.i POULTRY COMPOST from broiler for NEW; CONST10! I ''I
37, he won certificates of award In Including tale: writer, were la tbii : of
f (Continued from Page One) plant $2 a yard-you hail Commercial BIJIh: ,0
f athletics for his dlamnndball I
play- world many years before there :it. Pine AMae -Palm dr. S m'lei available on :MONTHL'! .
;Lconvenience of working men for, Ing Following his graduation from I were any automobiles MBNT PLAN throw,
I weal Flex des City Phone MW I 'r
whom the daytime hour high school in 1937, he enlisted in j I,
are no" I "Pay no attention to the talk (MttfOOORS t; Lumber CoWeyflde ,

convenient, the navy and managed to get on that you hear about this beds. I S t""- I l' ..

f. l R, f,>tr 'tioi bonIto frr Prcelni: the t:.me ship with Arrant. There I only a t >-'oorary shortage of rub- windows, went-,-seLrai-: line Stallon', l,, '.' : 1 1
I Ile continued Ms activity in ath- ber and that will hive 0libiits Real rat "
114 ( rioi"!da City) will be shortly vie hand g.,Ivan!red !h ncVi! C-,"
kopop i: 1 1' tics and became a member of I',
tn'-v Bull
plenty again It Is being tote At Eva Colllni horns In !fort t I. I 11 l' Ih: rasidsii" of the I"WIclc' I the ships baseball team His last mound that the governmeint will at noun .,!t1'r, , -4r1.JI I -l 1

k, Mrs Flora D Myers In; :otter, received via air moil by his I provide enough synthetic rubb bull, 'h' e il,kuuUiue I. .

Print:Ion (Precinct 112), A W family here Just a few days before dortly I to take the place of the PLANTS-pappe're. cabbage untt city llmiMONTHLY i' ,

McVicker Is the registration dco. the bombing of Pearl Hcrbor said lubber thHt we h.been using q collards M.irlrr Pt! nt Farm p.\ ., \1 ,

ul and lie books will 1 Lil j I pope "iat he had nl1I1CWto write ex- |i' In this connection I quote fro'" 1427! Main St !,,"l"lnnd, Fin I,too, 18 mo i , .
] ..I bin slantTRIBUTE. pt that the ball season wall starts Price Administrator Henderson .. : $1000, 38 1\10-, i I' '

j rod he hoped that hiM team | "Tn relax ttrt rationing at thr- FOR \LE-Babv guineas-: $2 OQ. JU mo,- ep l l'We

: '''rt'd beat an old rival it had I present tlime because the production months old. SCc cadi Hrlei' I' also hll\'c-

; PAID :tiled to defeat the year before. I of synthetic rubber is being Whiting Fcrreyra, Roberta road F. H \
l jfur New Homes pI'011 l ,
Jubt of J
I porth Avocado drive j
Smith completed his four-year expanded would be dangerous and lover 20-25

(Continued term of enlistment on Aug. 23,1 I foolhardy. Press comment has (a8.tfe ) r year-

from Pare One' 1941 but owing to the national : given rise to false hopes that ware oF' We furnish dens, r"i 'nmnterlKli I md
J.. detail of soldiers from the bridge I IOf THK CIRCUIT COVET TDK IITII
task emergency he was not released now able to relax the tire JI'III( lAt I IKI I'IT IN AMI FOR I>AI>K .
force stationed in Home from service i rationing program immediate! cnr'NTf, KLOKIIU IN ('HAM'MtlT I I There Is no obllgatioicuxsing 1:3-:
stead, and members of the John 'I AlVA R, IK flARMO, IJ.Inllff, v. I II
G In addition to the brother already | It will be at least eighteen months, BLANCHE!: MOKRlaON UK GAHMO IXndnnl your needs with II I one
Salley Post, American Legion, mentioned Smith Is sur- possibly longer, before any sub or call. We'll gladly exp In, the
h' Members of the families of I NOTICE TO APPEAR
and SmllhArrant vlved by five other brothers, A.Skew | stantlal quantities of synthetic I I TOi HI AN<'MK MOHHIMi UK OAR. I' serviceDROOKEKLUMDURtO.

r occupied the thrci. Smith, also of Homestead rubber become available, and entirely .o. 1..11.Eo.. lath BUwt Bond, aril LOW .
front tans nun
rows of seats The church i
Willie and Robert Smith of Miami:; i possible that every pound A lull for dlron-o hu boss KM amino, Phone 62 Rots 40}
was filled
Arrant and to capacity.Smith lid S. O and A J. Smith of of synthetic rubber that can be ran Judlrlnl In the rlrrnlt Circuit, In: Cart and for nf I.the..k-Fl.v.nlh louMrlnrMo >. I Homestead FinMISCELLANEOUS",

were on the Groniteville, S C; and two sisters I produced In the future will be hp ALVA R. nit: GAI1MO You "
battleship Arizona when ... .. ... I
it Ir file .
was roil to your >Dn iir iM<. nrlMW
Mrs A. W of Warrens- needed for direct
Page military
sunk by the Japanese Dec ? aose. .r thereto In Mid brnopod,nn. on nr
at vllle, S. C. and Mrs. W T. Smith 1 Remember that When before February rand. test. llrrwlw. Ih.llmlfcm .
f Pearl Harbor in the bombing I you nf MM bill .if romplilnt will AVOCADO LODGE, room and
which of wreck your cars, you probably be taken u coerce" by taus
opened the U bath
S-Japan meals Modern
I won't be able to replace them for II to further ..rd,""'" tli.t this order Up furs
War .
Mf.hM ran n week for four ron..en(1'works rounding, reasonable Ittdlnnd
f Smith j a long time In the l oir 'iit 'rrrUi, n n>wpinrr -..
body has been recoveredand ALLOTMENT publhh-d In mid Grunts ;unH Bt.l rd Biscayne dr. Phone 1I 4.W,
Interred temporarily near | "This statement Is made to the Po... .! Miami. I..... C....". rivlu 0141-111))
Pearl Harbor. When the war Is public in the hope that it may be this the 18th Ur nf January. Isor.F. .
over it will be sent home, accord. (Continued from: Pne" On,,' I I of benefit In conserving automobiles Clerk, CI....... Court "R....LRATHERMAN.Connie Fl..rW.Hr WILL GIVE small children iperlal

! lag to advices received by A. D. tubes on account of the very strict and tires, so necessary In out M, H, RICK J,.. mother care In private hi me.
I; Choi, Mrs N. Dano, 7th st Florida
Smith brother and former guard regulations under which they are modern way of livln,." MORROW MAYM A BUTTON1"

ian of the youth The body of working, in that these men, who'I Tire permits granted here this Altornnrt.for IS.PlnlitttrfUnn. SO. ....... S. IS. Kill City (pd.5))

i Arrant has not been recovered have been carefully selected because i week were:
r but he I I I City of Homestead NOTICE Nnra rirriTioi WANTKUWANTEDTwo
has been officially listed as of their honesty, Integrity police department NAME LAW

;, dead by the navy department I and patriotism are serving without 4 tires and 4 tubes Harry E NOTICE II HFKMIY GIVEN that Ili.andenlan.d. boys bicycles

L Arrant was born In Seale, Okla.. ; compensation and are Cooper, mail carrier, 4 tires and ndrr Iho flrtlllom. d.lrlir nome to Mir.nf"NIT i, b"/nose THFA I I cheap. Mrs C. Haglrr Rice, N.

24 years ago He came to Home taking to do their patriotic under.1 I 4 tubes; J. D. Barnes, farmer, 3 THE FLORIDA CITY. f IA.. Inc-act h.rsaiw.r i, W. Second ave.. Homestead

stead with his parents Mr. and There Is nothing in the tires and 3 tubes: A. J. Campbell tin circuit Ib.Court Mid il nmo!>.*wllH r-n,Ib.ntjr.rkrk Fbiridt of. ,I (J-30tf)

It Mrs J. C. Arrant, In 1922. He attended tions that will permit oil and gasoline agent, :1 tires and J. H FARMER.LSTNA .

1 the Florida City and Homestead honor applications unless It Is pro- :3 tubes; Chas Pratt, grove owner MARIK TUTORING WANTED hlg
|J... IS. 10. Frt.. S. lag
school and school
i schools through the ninth Idrd for In the regulations :3 tires and 2 tubes: Dr. A. M PARMER'I grade subjects,

grade "It Is the public duty to them I Logan, physician, 3 tires, Russell NOTICE "'""!! FICTITIOUSNAME Mrs. H. J. Armstrong A. D,

t On the 18th of this month he selves and their patriotic duty to Home, farmer 2 tires and 2 tubes: NOTICE III rlFRPBY LAW GIVEN that th.r I Plummer drive and Country

l;: would have been in the navy for their country, to conserve tires, I F. M. Henderson, farmer, 2 tire ..........,or..".....flrtftlmn dwirtnr a ........ In h-/a... Club rood
): six consecutive years all of which I as well as automobiles, against the and 2 tubes: Williams Bros Corp. PFRRINR. Fl.A.. ,._*. ...1| Its THK COUNTY JI'oon 1v.i'RriV
he served in the Pacific fleet He day when their tires will no longer holder of contract to lay pipeline recta th. ...101 ...... with the Clock net AND FOR DADS ''>l'NTT. rUIRIDA.
the Circuit Court of Dade ra..tP1.IA IN PRORATE
had won the rating of machinist be serviceable and they will have 2 tires: Forrest O. Plummer, i. H. FAKMFR'I' No. ItMSfllHHM'Q

i mate first class .I to put away their motor vehicles; farmer, 2. tires; .Alonzo Lewis, oil lit*. IS, SO, Pak.:...4..: IS IMI | IN RR' ESTATE or a. W. 1II111.LlNa

'Arrant Is survived by his parents ., ;, for a period, maybe for years .. ana gasoline dealer, t ores, nome- NOTICE fir APPLICATION "" T''I nr riomiiA'

; two brothers, Fred Arrant of, "The way to take cart of tires Is stead Canning Co.. holder of If 0\', FOR TAX nicrn i i TO All NOTita rrHXlWfl nr rnnasre
Alllcnce, Ohio, and Theodore Arrant I not to use them any more than ernment contract to can tomatoes Charter Fll.I7"7 A-HIM A..I less I TUB ESTATE or SAID UFC: HIFNT:

of New River, N. C, a corporal lis necessary I 11 tire and 2 tubes: C. F. Waldron NOTICE IS HFRERY GIVEN Ihit Rvl ,Yon nr. h...ly MntlfM th'l a wrlllM
..... H lri* wnt voriNprtlntf ta byh.. ... will
Josah I arvttJ Jr, and H. I.......
In the U S. Marine Corps: "Keep them Inflated fully, even produce hauler, 1 tire and I tube: mil. husband and w" *. .......... .f fwi. and l-...... ,if wM dw.hot .... k....
two sisters, Mrs. A. A. Bussey and well above the air pressure that J. H. Booker, farmer. I tire and 1 and Control T.. (.ft.f...... H... Alp Uw4 ..r...."...........to_I* IMI....(....In.. MM within 1'*.....i..cob YOM*.
Sr4 d. .
f "' A D
Miss Betty Arrant of Homestead; you would normally use. tube; H D. Taylor, farmer, I tire M- :tbr. ..... In :>p ofrk" <>4 how nuvl IOSI ......,..months. fmw the d o..4 she nrrtI

and a grandfather. J. J. Thlgpen Drive carefully, speeding is and 1 tube, Bryant Beam, farmer, .nnllrMlMl fxr a f-.. 40ed lo bo Mw.l I' Court lla. .of..thin oIt w notice"aIt t. .pone. I.oa.oI .
h.wm. Said Ortlflrat ....... 6 yon
of Uchee. Ala. very hard on tires in that when 1 tire and 1 tube; D. C. Wllllami, I.. oWrlhorf xmprriy In rKt Connly* tinllowfnf n>n, why IK. ....... nf MM C'.irt ,. ....
j' Mlltln Mid .. ......
Earl Walter Smith was born in you bounce a wheel oft the groundIt farmer, 1 tire and Viable, E. C of P V, It,t- of FlorUo. WwMlIX I nand >nnrpmli will Mold oot
lUork ,
I T.lnnn gi.nnd
Tennille, Ca. on Nov 13, 191S. I spins and hits the pavement and Byars, produce hauler I tire and AM*. :; Ho .,lad. a SnMn.. put I w. P. HI ANTON

His parents were Mr. and Mrs. grinds the rubber off 1 tube; F. 11 Rutzke, produce noito Cm*, t State fan of IU flmMo.S. fcl.the Cause, .f t t I' GLADYS V c-. SMI..*.IVAN.fir. J_..

Andrew Smith. Following the "Use brakes sparingly, never sufficiently hauler 1 tire: Angelo Mistrctti, That as..w.wt of said prawrt7 ...... chat.
publication ,'f .....
death of his father in 1130, abouta to lock your wheels unless farmer I tire: Jason Avery, farm .rtiiiiulnl. MM wnlflMM Bnlto. WM hi the ear of list of Jose,. A. D.1041.Mb M f.rdMOticl

year, after the death of his to avoid accident er, 1 tire, A. T. Jackson, sanitary v._ MM nrtlflrou often W .......... -Jan. 'I,.It. Fit, a sed 'I, 1.411

mother. Earl came to Homesteadto "Start slowly and do not spin inspector I tire,' J R. Brooks rne.. ascending will to U dew sold. too to M tW o hfcrfcM nrkrMo da./b.d kMOr vnuB r.iTrH-

make hi* ** :3 w) a his brother, your wheels. grove caretakers I tire; A. Bur- I.. the Cowt HOM -r on .... first Mar NOTICE: 1a NAMO nrarav LAW GIVEN, ....

by il .''-tr* .d 'Irs. "Don't Iltidaun4; comers- richter farmer, 1 tube. Obsolete dos kl *o to rod too.Month., of of Merck IMS. wnltk ........... oWlrlnc to lid UM 1..1.....
Merck IML ....
head drive slowly around corners and' tire permits were granted to: Mn DoM ink SMk *, of 1.._n. IMtB. GROVE f''C'- 111_ _.........d to Su ot I"

r In avoid grinding out of tires by O. C. Radford. 2 tires and 2 Clork of C....." Coati. .a.l>*LEATHERMAN o. Coimty. Fin The note W. e ra' r
; = i 'plng them on the pavement tubes; Phillip Reams 2 tires; and ::.t. C STIRRtTT. P. C. -no K .

Tarn to walk again as most Ross Cavsllero 1 tire and 1 tube.] (:heals CMM
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First-hind Information on Hitler Jan. 29 (Special)-

and Hitlerism will feature a Several bright spots appeared in 'STATE

lecture by Douglas Miller, author r own the Florida Citrus picture this SAVING

of You Can't Do Business with I j I week as the government boosted

Hitler', scheduled' for 8.30 p. m, i'Plant Sweet Potatoes Now: level of the soil and mix In one its grapefruit purchase program to OND I

Wednesday, Feb. 4, In the Miami i I pound of fertilizer to each 30 feetof 200 cars for the week the army AND STAMPS

Edison High School, (101 N. W.I I By Dade County Defense Council row a few days before planting quartermasters department agreed

2nd ave.Mr. I The next time you buy swee accept fresh fruit sizes which
Now Is the time to tare
Mlller'i subject will be I plant sweet potatoes for the table cut off th not popular on commercial
"America' Part In the War." The potatoes for home use. They do' ends and plant them. When the markets, and the Florida Citrus

i lecture hat been arranged by the< but well in the soils of Dade County shoots are seven or eight Inches Commission began plan for several
must have
Pan-American League for the,! Make rows well good drainage. long pull them out and transplant special promotions. .I
raised above the
benefit of its icholanhlp, educaI'tional them to the rows about 12 inches Surplus Marketing Administration

\ and defense funds apart. Press the soil.. firmly about officials at Lakeland handling AMERICA ON GUARD!

1 Fifteen yean ai commercial at-1 i Flower Exhibits Must them. the purchase program said that :Above) to a reproduction of the

tache at the 17. S. embassy In !' Be In By Noon FridayAll Another method Is to plant cuttings the full quota of 200 cars would Treasury Department's Defense
from the vines. Saving Poster showing am exact
the be
Berlin Keep secured before the end of the
: have given Mr. Miller I the duplication of file original "Minute
to enter young plants well watered until week. The full 190 cars were purchased -
opportunity to study the I persons wishing Man" statue by famed enolptoe
workings of Hitlerism and inside,!! cut flowers for prizes in the Fruit they are established.It 1 last week, from offeringsIn Daniel Chester French. Defense)

the true story of Hitler's plans for ; Festival must register and bring takes from 90 to 120 days to excess of 400 cars. Bonda and Stamps, on sale at you'

d commercial exploitation of the i! flowers to the Garden Club booth make a crop. The army In revising its specifications bank or post office are a vital part

Americas, according to Pan-j by noon on Friday Feb. t, announces -.--.......-.- to. ..Uoth-" use_of grades of America' defense preparations,

American League'of(Iclali. Mrs. W. K. Haas, chair THE INCOME TAX larger ana imauer: man those generally NOTICE O' APPLICATION

The Nail barter system which man of the flower exhibit Fresh acceptable to commercial FOR long TAX asses DEED q

works so that the Nazis never flowers of the same kind may be I To make it easier for outlets, acted on the suggestion of Notice h ....F. .!... tint J. .. Him. ,
lose added at time taxpayers the citrus 3,. and hit wife, koldm MMllMM
and which has In some in- any she said. to meet the increased taxes required Industry which pointedout of--b "'*** Dlrtrlct Tu
r, stances resulted In trading canaries by the National Defense that this would aid the pro- Gale Certificate Numbered. dated tW

1\\ and mouth organs for vital Exam for PostofficeAt Program, the -treasury depart ducers and shippers in moving the Ilk dr Certificate ef August.In A.mr D.allies IMI. has and 111.4aid kafinada

,I war materials will be described Is I crop without extreme losses. apelkatkm, tat tax dead to loot
Goulds merit
I AnnouncedThe offering for sale two seriesof
theme I. aemrdaaei with ..... laid
r by Mr. Miller who will also tea notes, both dated August 1, Granville Rutledge advertisingand Certificate .._ tin following d*.,
I" of Hitler's plans for dividing the United States civil service 1941 and maturing August 1, sales promotion director for .FlorM.'.r/......ar to-wHt.artir. .Ituated la Dad ec.....,
: United States Into small Independent 1943. the commission, said the SMA' .
commission announces that an NCU" '"> IEH section '1. Town.htr.
i countries. In January of each two purchase program and the army's IS South, Ram IS &001. Mitalnlnc. M
I open competitive examination for year Atria soar or I-.. In tka County at
: Widely known as the man who i the position of postmaster in new series will be provided so action would take considerable &.do. state af Florid.
"You can't do I! presure off the The am.-mane of said P'-"P nndw
1 says business withHitler" 'I, Goulds will be held in Homestead. that a taxpayer can always pur commercial outlets the sold C.rtlticute wad was lot the
Mr. Miller has been a chase notes during the entire year and that the effect should be same of Dokaown. Unless Mid CrtUk.M
Applications must be
student of European affairs since( on file in in which he la receiving his Income felt within a abort time. ....11 ka .......>l MOTdlat to ..... tu
Washington by Feb. ..
13. led will lose Shares the 4tk ear ..
1(15 when he won a Rhodes scholarship -I j I In order to be eligible for the for use in payment of taxes due Reports here indicate that navel February, A. D. IMS.DaUd
to study at Oxford TJnlver-i i I examination the following year. The reason orange growers in southern California lkk Mrd day of Dwmkar, A. D. 61
an applicant must be 141.
alty. Ticket for the lecture are,! a citizen ot the United, States, for the two-year note is to permit lost upwards of 29 per cent ,.. .. LEATRUtMAN.: .
on salt at TUton's Pharmacy inj:i i must have actually resided within a taxpayer, if he so desires, of their crop because of extreme ark Dad of c:.Clmtt._. Flrtda C owt.
Coral Cables, and are available at I I I the delivery of the to begin saving In January of one cold weather and freezes about eirwrfl cowl: sal
the International post afflce and continue two week I "T PAitmi. t>. o
year ago.
that "P.-9a'14
Headquarters through
for''I' which the examination is held I Ma*. ... SO. 1I4)
Psn-American League 649 Ingra-i or within the city or town where year to save for his taxes due the
ham Building. I I following year.
such office to
II situated, for at least
I All notes are sold at par and
one year Immediately preceding
accrued Interest When
Will Help to Prepare i i i the date fixed for the close of receipt In payment of Income taxes presented they MAKE EOOMf
of applications, and must beIn
Income Tax ReturnsFor will be received at par and accrued
good physical condition and Interest There waste and
up to and Including are comers
the convenience of those 1 within the prescribed age limits, the month in which such taxes I spaces in your home In which
SI to 63. The
who must file Income tax returns, to bqth men and competition is open are paid. Interest will not accrue [ our Mill Work will make luxurious -
I J. W. Hamilton deputy collector women. I beyond the maturity of the
t it I The civil service commission ihelf-and-cloiet room-
of Internal revenue will be at the notes. If not presented In pay
city hall In Homestead on Friday will certify the names of the highest ment of income taxes they win Li attractively conveniently -

and Saturday Feb. 6 and 19, from three qualified eligible to the be redeemed for cash under cer- really thriftily! Stop In or
I I postmaster general who will submit tain specified conditions at the call in for talk.
a. m. till 4:30: p. m. to assist us a
I anyone who needs help in preparing the name of the eligible selected purchase price paid for the notes.
j his return. to the President for nomi In other words, the taxpayer, if

: No charge will be made for this nation. Confirmation by the Senate he redeems the notes for cash jets
is the final action. back just the amount he paid.
. Applicants will be required to I'
"You are required to file a return ,
assemble In an examination
If your gross Income Is $750.or for written Am roNnmoNKn Lumber, Hardware Saab, ToolsHOMESTEAD
tests and will also berated ROLLER SKATS IN COMPOST Deer :
.over and you are single (or; AIte__ I to I .. M.Cklldrm. .
i their
married and not living with hUS- on education and business laa A...... tit. ,... <.. PRONE 12 FLORIDA
or professional experience I..*.*.. Ion l> II it* t>. M.AfoMM .
band or wife), or if you are mar, general qualifications and suita' ______ tit, paw tax
ried and living with husband or
bility. Venetian Skating: Rink
wife and your gross income II.l.5oo Full information and application S7tS 8. W. arch Am, mmtIfvouvant
$ or over," said Mr. Ham
ilton. forms may be obtained at the for Delicious Home CookingYou'll
Ooulds port office or from the
"Your return for the :year 1M1
must be filed not later than Mar. United States Civil Service Commission Qettt/QU like Tropical Cafe for
in Washington D.
15 of this year." C. 1 b
its tasty food, its pleasant at-

The fellow Willing I CfilWPBOCMETHODS> / Do in
announced to a group I Wife: "Guess what rye mosphere. come soon.
of friends that he .
had been made
: a for dinner." I ) .;
manager of the First National
Bank. One friend looked skepticaL J it"-Atlanta Husband: "HI try. Let me hive will I ): TROPICAL CAFEDinners
"You couldn't
hold a job like alp
that," he remarked. "What have

you ever managed before?" yI e e .
The fellow smiled condescend- .:,
ingly. We also '

"I managed to the EXPERTBARBERING I
marry prellMnt'
starting at eater to ;
daughter he said ::1 TAKE THE STEP ,
see Peru".LS3IlawI '*.
1 1j Chiropractic cannot take the '

I final step in coming(; to you.: It 1 1Jiot
Haircut 5e must rest in offering you its benefits

Iff Body and Shaft tie I if you will take the final step .,

!j Shaapo 111.1ml),.. ... _? Me .\to It So many have. So many:

I Fender Work Shampoo (Medical1)._ 7V more each day are coming to Chi NO Adco rwwvs
1.\ropractic. Countless cases of which ,
11' State ._.. _.. ,.-_. SSe :\you have heard tint-hand. Come. TPVo

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PAINTING Facial I***__-_.. ,SeOesBbtoattea 'it
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FacIal-- .:.. e1210.131ate6 -A a 09'ZS "" 1KSH ow-29" carp }\ .......,
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All Work GUlrantffilArt's Dr. R. J. ElliottClantoraACros -.. IMP map ... 110101 me See!,.... IsM '.
BUSH'SBarberShop .awn 'Russ =Apse" .ill qsm '= 'sunn'yAM Jf
of pus pa dlamL ray -aa'at
'p- s team J -: -rwapa "'_.':>- I'f' 'L ofAa4ads.uN /

HeCrery Area* dpa pllfl-- -V 'HUOJ.INOJI

Paint Shop PIa.M zllVrHOMESTEAD. 3JN3IJS NVI1SIHIO IIZtllSttaltu '
Op. City Ball
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