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: February 20, 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: VID00530
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
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., WAIT WAR END, The barn lance to be liven between I Mrs. James L. Bird;; THE WEATHEROfficial 'I One hundred-and thirty-five
Saturday night In the Chamber of president of the Junior Club, and motorized
unit brought the second -
weather report of the
Mrs Geo. H. Fitzpatrick general
h Commerce building by the Junior 'chairman of the barn dance. Subtropical Experiment Station, battalion of the 13th U. S.
TO BE DECIDED Woman'i Club of Homestead will I Every girl attending the dance Homestead, Florida. Infantry Into and through Homestead -

t be In the nature of a reception to will be expected to reserve at oar UitlMlil. ) a.,. a... Saturday to "replace the
the recently arrived men of the least one dance on her program Feb. 8. 78 | 41 | ] I second battalion of the 155th V 8.
; second battalion of the 13th U. S. for a soldier-and she will be the Feb. L._ .I 80 44 |128.1101 Infantry In the task of guardingthe
one to ask. "May I have this Feb 7_... ,4 7I ( 58 Oversea Highway and the
J stationed in Homesteadfor
Do tax payees of the Homestead- Infantry dance?" Feb.rib.. 1_.._._. 71 | 40 I Florida Key aqueduct
Florida City special tax school district duty In guarding the Oversea A prize will be awarded for the 9.,,. 73 j SI [130.01 "The regular army has taken
j. Itlll wish to vote in May ont highway and bridges and the Florida best firmer and farmerette costume Feb. 10____,| It | 44 over" is the way the replacementis
bond Issue of $125,000 to $UO- Keys Aqueduct, which U now worn at the dance and it is Feb. IU_" | 88 | 50 I 128.118'' described some quarters. The
000- for a new gymnasium, audi- under construction.This hoped that as many dancers as Feb. 12-'j 72 60 |29B3 O.M boys of the 155th who went out
announcement was made can do so without Inconvenience Feb 11__ 7e 1 44 Saturday were made up largely
'torium, cafeteria and other improvements last night following a conference will appear In costume, said Mrs. Feb. 14__.__, 73 | 81sties of national guard units of Mississippi -
; to the school build- I Bird and Mr*' Fltzpatrick.A Feb. 15.__.._ 701, 81M. and neighboring southern
IngTand grounds 1IOREAIRRAID In the past, no admission'. 18_'. 21.1I11 states,Inducted Into service for the
";J(p f ascertain tntf,.local j school NEED payment will be accepted from the Feb. 17.._ 88 f 84 '2971tt duration. A.
1, '1 itees have called\ a meeting of soldiers, who will be the guestsof Feb. 18.. _. I | 88 !139.95 The 13th, one Is told proudly,
interested persons for 8 p. m. WARDENS' honor at this event was formed in 1789 and has seen
Monday in the Neva King Cooper Other chairmen for the dance service in all this country' war
School auditorIum. Present to are Mrs Frank Bernecker, deco- 1377 REGISTERFOR since It led the attack on San
participate in the discussion will HERE-RHENEY rations, and Mrs E. A. Buchanan, Juan Hill In the Spnnlth-Amert-
be James T. Wilson, county superintendent ticket sales. 20-44 DRAFTIN can War and later tamed and policed -
of public instruction, the Philippines until called
dies G. Turner, Homestead, More precinct air raid wardens back to train recruits for World
chairman of the county school are needed for the territory from' MORETIIAN$230WETTED SOUR DADEThirteen War 1.With.
board, and members of the local Waldin drive south, W. E: Rheney, the close of the Fruit Festival -
board of trustees. division air raid warden said this FOR RED '- the newly-arrived soldier
School officials frankly admit week. He urged that an men-or h .lred seventysevenmen were able to move Into the Cham-
that construction might not be women-who can do so, volunteer! aged 20 to 4' icluehe! were ber of Commerce building the
possible or, at any rate, advisable, at once for blackout and air raid ; CROSS PROJECTMore registered Injht )Hand District tint of this week-that Is, thoseof
for a long time because of war duty Volunteer should apply to them who are stationed In
priorities in material and labor. the air warden of the district In Saturday, Handy j Mondi J Homer d. Th battalion Is strung
However, they point out, when the which they resld than $230 was realized .t Vie thlrj dra" lid wi"| pr ce out between her and Key West, .'
war ends there will be a tremendous District air warden are as follows the Fruit Festival for the South soldier for UiilteJ aUiea' war of course
need for immediate building : northwest quarter (west of Dade Red Cross sewing unit, sponsored with! 4 .pan and the other Ass Like their predecessors, many of
project to cushion the unemployment Krome and north of Eighth street by the Homestead Businessand U.} boys of the ISth had never
reaction that Is bound to to Waldin drive),A. R. Livingston; Professional Women's Club. :I powers. before seen the ocean Sentries,
result from demobilization of I northeast quarter (east of Krome sale of fruit juice and cake Registration, which was at on the first night, unaccustomedto
armed forces Voting of and north of Eighth street to WaII -I tro-r: a booth donated by the I I school houses with the aid of volunteer .' the sound of big fish jumpingout
.. school bond issue in May, th'l I din drive), Chas, J. Caves; south Homestead Leader netted $200.(9. registrars, were as followsin of the watir, reported next
put the district in readiness west quarter (west of Krome and Mrs Eleanor Froscher, booth I the area from Perrlne to Florida morning having heard alligator
have Its school projects under south of Eighth street to Florida I chairman, announced. A sale cf threshing around under the
r I Inclusive Homestead white
City :
with the least loss of time as City line), Lee H. Lehman; southeast dolls, cakes and miscellaneous articles bridges.In .
as h< titles are ended, with wa'i quarter (east of Krome and on the porch of the Brooker school, 382; Homestead colored sole command of the detail
likelLiood that more south of Eighth street to Florida Lumber Co. booth, which had school, 11'; Rcdland Farm Life quartered In Homestead i II Lieut.
conit-'rtlon can be carried out by 'City line), W. B. Caves; Florida been donated as a Red Cross first School, 141; Florida, City school 1. M Spark His Jurisdiction extends -
taking advantage of an enormous City, Herbert Hunter.Arrangements aid station under the sponsorship S3; Goulds cole .a school, 197; as far as Steamboat Creek
WPA ,r similar governmfjnt-fln- I have been madeto of the Junior Woman's CI eal- Perrlne white school, 78; Perrlne and includes the storage yard of
anced public works program thatIs have identification photographs iced $2623 Bulbs from acres colored school, 230. the aqueduct pipe here. No one I*
bound to be an aftermath of the made locally, and no unnecessary (Continued on Page ught) Total t-gtstratlon in the terr1 to be admitted to the yard withouta
meetings will be called, Mr. Rhe- tory of Dade Draft Board No I pass from now on-employee*
war.Other school district In the ney said. First aid Instruction to from Coral Cables south toe,included-the lieutenant announced
" county, Including 'Redland, which wardens will also be available lo Men and Cars Needed Mon. se County line, was 1,133. i iPlackcul s
if r (Continued on Page_Eight) tally 7 For Em.">- j ency Duty

35 Persons Given First Aid TreatmentAt Men f* j' .. of age and over Ordinance Already in Effect, I

I. I' who awn sedan automobiles having Airport Siren Installed Guards Posted
Red Cross Booth During Festival a capacity cf .five, jor rare ,
passengers, are asked to volu&tee .rte
-- the services '* thesnse *ndth L compl Inca .with d\ ''none which prescribe! rule tot
That provision for first aid A doctor was called for a carnival t'r can -to the Da* County oruUcs At orit; rrguta" ::01 treatment ancU.aJ.1lUtt 1* Heeded worker wbo wa stung bya Defense Council for use In tin city of H me'teat Mond ,y posted obey during blackouts' and air
at the annual Redlsnd District poisonous spider. : of-emergency In transporting injured armed g ands the mu_'''' ,al I raid and vest the authority of
,Fruit Festival .is indicated by the A man and a.small girl were **.toJlOllPitiola Of first all 4 and Installed t I air..aidsL I medal officer In air raid warden
fact that 39 person were treated revived from tainting. aid centers, it wai .wL taced Pta i a.op: a nearby Hlng: sUUon., m pursuit of their duties
at the Red Cross first aid stationset A nan was treated for a dislocated meeting held in the city tutU The ftrpetue of ,,-u-ainUlnf th'l I T 'blackout ordinance 1* a.*
vp and operated by the Junior band. It-" Thursday n'- it of st week. '-hvin w.ll" b* bens iOl' AT*:
Woman Club of Homestead tnhe Four men,three women and two Volunteers fat this M>rice will planes ustat the field-_hie''t WHEREAS, In modasn warfare
( Brooker Lumber Co. booth children were treated for cute on be given a course In first aid- now: entirely crop dusting plat j, I no municipality, however distant
fast week. the fingers conducted locally by Red Cross In- as all private pleasure alrc-sft I from the enemy, I* free from military -
Hardly a day went by without Splinter were removed from structors. has been grounded for the /oration attack from air land or
several call for assistance In accident two women and three men. Blanks for volunteers may be et the war.sivointment I sea, blackouts, when ordered .y
or sadden Illness. Duringthe Four children were treated for obtained and filled out at the First Of the airport the armed forces, are essential to
nine-day period assistance minor abrasions of the knee and National Bank of Homeste J. guards a* special policemen was :the preservation of life and property
given Included the following: leg resulting from fall*. Blackout driving practice will authorized by the city council In this municipality and fail
An elderly woman was, treated A man was treated for a broken be required la addition to the It- Monday night It followed by two ure to extinguish light when so
.
.. for heart attack. vein of the face. hour first aid course. week passage of a blackout Ord]. (Continued on Pap Seven
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DADE PUPILSASKED Compulsory Military\ Training Year ,TO CUT NUMBERtiFcrrausBoxE il explore Claiming the and advisability reconditioning: ; of MMHfvftajnet H.

*, la measure many.,ft*
FOR.70Q ; Debated,by Pupils! :at Lions, Electing : Ii a step toward protecting the

; Industry'i ability, to" carry on 11

: f- :Thet1uMtlonResoWed,>that all :asid/ / \.}j. S.' Pe'tere .it Pye t I 'TO'WTALOnO rationing' 'of-'container 'becomes
110DELP \ t.1;,able-bodied male citizens K Qe entertained wiUY'Jain : ,!acute; being guided In their opinIon

--4 'Jfo : I United States should<< rteei_ one I ** iWollam' --was appointed t _____ by the tact that si Urge Mm*
ber of vegetable
year ot military training"before Lion Tamer to succeed "Robert packages are
High school student of Dade, I Lakeland Feb. 19. (Special
being reconditioned for
reaching draft age was debated Glenn Jr Aa a result of a poll reuse
County have been requested by of The Florida Citrus Commission Data Is being collected for presea..
before the Redland District Lions that member, meetings will be I I
the United States Navy Department Club Tuesday night by a debating I held at p. m. In the future. yesterday took the Initiative la cooperating taboos at the commissions DelIS
to construct 700 aircraft !
meeting.A .
model In 14 set of 80 model team of Homestead High Next Tuesday Major Lewis, V. with Uncle Sam in the I committee
I School A vote of the club mem- was appointed to
S. A. Ret, of Miami will be the matter of
each. conserving manpo\fer.1
,. I ben, requested by X:. B. Black speaker of the evening and Donald '" select a qualified representative
The U of materials and machines when it
project part a request ,of the Florida citrus
burn I Industry tit
the team coach, the
Bleeke
gave will entertain with
from the navy that 500,000 modelsbe endorsed I movement on foot tot!be stationed at Washington
,
decision to the affirmative. violin and vocal solos slate r
produced by the youth of the standardize I citrus containers and membersfeel that
| Wilson Austin and Dennis Ber- The Victory Book Campaign also elmlnate 1, propar Industry
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nation for training of air and I off-size packages. i iI contact In the nations .
I capital I
the will be continued to next week and
man, presenting affirmative
of There 32
ground personnel recognition ilia are now separate citrus imperative, and that '
stated that this has always members are reminded to bring I much can be ,
country -
types of aircraft, range estimation r containers on the .commission's accomplished by 'a well-chosen
and cones of fire. used more men than necessary recent magazines or book, especially I: approved list It baa been deter- .
| representative. Judge W. L Til-
The request from the navy will ln"prevlous wars because they mystery stories mined that ten of these will satisfactorily 'den of Orlando Is chairman of the .
be submitted to I state assembly were unoretured. that with one i handle the crop and the committee. 1
of youth delegates which Is expected million boys reaching the ages of Unemployed Teachers JI !I elimination of the other 22 will
to organize an official advisory 18 and 19 each year, a reserve release much material and many
to Ask Jobs
Urged I New
Song Dedicated \
committee of the State Defense force of seven millions would be I man-hours for war effort, at the,
Council in Tallahassee on available In ten years, that 19 same time reducing the marketing i To Memory of Foster
Tallahassee Feb. ID Unemployed _. ..
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February 20. So enthusiastic hat was the best age due to adaptability confusion caused by lack of .uniformity I j jI
and that, aside from I persons who hold teaching : St"Petersburg, Frb It
been the response to the navy a preparing of containers I (FNS) .
request, however, that acceptanceof boys to act In emergencies, certificates State were urged today, by I II The ten containers the commission A new song, "Soul of the Swan-
the assignment by the youth of such training would benefit their I list Superintendent English toI feels will do the job are aa nee", f 41led to the.memory t>tStepheu
their with the
names state de.
Florida Is regarded as a foregone health and they could learn a trade I follows: foster, comes from the '
conclusion which would enable them to obtain I' partment of education for teaching One and three-fifths bushel music publishing house of Volk-
service In Florida schoolsI .
Colin English, state superintendent :i: employment when trainingwas standard box, one and three-fifths ,weln Brother, Esc of

of education, distributed ..completed _ I I I I cial The effort announcement of the registration of this spe-service bushel wire-bound box, four-I The lyric is .y )..Plttaburlh'f'
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Florida quota of 7,400 aircraft Mill warrens &every-ena Tom I fifths bushel standard box, four- 'fit. Petersburg .tI
models! in 148 seta of 50 models Hodges, ton the negittr r stated for use of school officials'throughout I fifths bushel wire-bound box,i I In harmony with the memorial each to the counties and designated -, men training Is not necessary of the state is for the! half-strap box, one-half box bag, dedication, the front cover of thej'j

local directors Mr. English because our regular army and purpose the filling, vacancies caused J I! twenty pound bag eight pound: ,I song carries a view of the Suwan- 'i
reported that the directors have' navy are adequate under or- by letters have war e 7titleo so-I' bag' two-fifths bushel standard ,nee River in Florida and a repro-1,'.
sounded out the attitude of Flori-I jdinary conditions, that air forceis been box and two-fifths bushel wire-i ductlon of a rare photo of Foster, Vthe
das young people and find that vitally Important but that licit the services of more than] bound box. ,' only one known to have been !A*J''

hundreds of boys and some girls pilots can not be trained ..uUiI 3000 persons who hold employed j' The commission appointed R. D. made of him, used by special pert).
are impatient to begin work on I Icinetly In one year, that due to certificates but are not Keene of Winter Garden and John mission of the Foster Hall Mem- f:lorl.l -
the assignment j mechanized forces we need more as teachers. The file contains the A, Rourke of Orlando, as a committee of IUttaburgh.I "
Plans for the models will be machines and mechanics than Soldiers names of 2,500 others whose ad-|. to represent the Florida I! So popular has.the melody become R

forwarded from Washington to arrive I that we lack proper In- i dresss are unknown. : citrus industry at a national committee -' that it is now in Its third
February 23, three days after ctructors to 'train a million boysa Application blanks will be for. meeting of the United Fresh printing, and arrangement are
youth delegates consider and vote. year, that such a plan would Interfere warded by the state department of Fruit and Vegetable Association 'available .for mixed choir In folio ..
on the project at the assembly at with education or start-In- education upon request of any unemployed -I to be held in Chicago February'form.
certificated teacher. A
Tallahassee. Each set of plans life for boys and that military 28. The matter ot standardizationof NOTICE INDM FICTITIOUS 4,
fe* of $1.00 Is charged for thUiservice
will contain specifications for 50 : training in high schools over a packaging units will be aired I HAMS LAW
I Ii
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that UMundrr .
different models, ranging In size longer period would be preferable there, and it will be the function un..I.. ....!. desiring a .nun 1ft b+.lnwa .:
from wing span of 54 Inches to t i of the committee to safeguard the the '....1110.. naiM of HITI THEM ,
; REVIVAL IN PROGRESSThe I IRE FLORIDA CITY FLA. Inlradi
to
29 inches Paul Rue of Homestead '
most less than 12 High Florida Industry from enforced rwlitn the MM MUM with Ux Clerk of '
Inches School and Forrest Burke of Red- Rev. Howard H. Vines of further reduction on containers I the Circuit Court" D.d< Cmntir, Florid. .
Construction materials will be land High- School attended the Eustis began a revival at the The commission was asked to I /LETHA. H. FARMER MARIE: FARMER :
supplied locally and will consistof Tuesday night meeting! of the Red- Homestead Church of God, N. W.
soft woods, glue and paint. 'land District Lions Club as the First avenue and Seventh street t ,

Sponsors expect local civic, ser I cubs-of-the-month. They were Monday evening The .ervlce'l!
vice, aero and patriotic organization ,, the first student of each school will be held nightly except on. :
to help provide materials. : to be so honored, and were named Saturdays until March 1 announces I

i Some adjustment In school by the boys'and girls' committee the Rev. J. H. Dodson, pastorof TURNERS FUNERAL I
schedules Is recommended to pro- I of the club In cooperationwith the church.

vide training In first aid knitting,i j i the principal of the school Stu- Mr. Vines Is a successful! pastor

nursing and civilian defense study I I dents chosen become honorary and evangelist who came'to Florida ! . HOME .
for girls while boys of the same members of the Lions Club for the from Alabama about three!
classes are trip zet' In model con.' following month. years ago The public is cordially I
struction Some girls are expert, Lion Sam Davis gave a reporton I invited to attend these services I 2- lour Ambulance Service
1 at model bu.'ding and may take the work done by the commit-
part ': t-e for the blind. Six cases have i LADT ATTEMHNT I
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received treatment valued at $100
I High Farm Credit Job r at a cost to the club of $50. 1 VA"41 PA i i. Phone 270 Homestead.: ; F'a.! :

I Given Leonard R. Toy i!I Mrs James Thagard of Perrine : .
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Columbia, s7 C.:: Fob 19-Leonard
R. Toy has been made field --
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. representative of the Production ,,
Credit Conx>r&.ton of Columbiafor
the state of 110rl a.

Mr. Toy la a graduate of the |I Thumbs '
college r' agriculture of the Unli I Up
i versa, ft Florida, and he has done I II
special graduate work at the University ;
I of California.
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His business career Includes two I I
years as assistant in horticulture I
at the Subtropical Experiment I

Station at Hometead, packinghouse I
experience In Florida, and : j& with LIGHT a

several yean as land bank appraiser ,
and In appraisal review :

work with the land bank divisionof ... ItIJi
the Farm Credit Administration'i, A.

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'- hi M bright,, u>Ml.y _,.-.wj an reeVpraMd
I Body and .. dufl CI I .
Is cWriog. TUl's w.1..'.a pMt .
Fender WorkP Idea to keep our boon wtll lighted bime 0{

waMffled days ef worry awl slniu.Plraly '.

......... Is of good gUrrlo Rghl tclps'(he
INTING whole.badly lo feel baplder; am*._
k .p. U*. h 1 M* .pirilv;

FEAT COVERS see rose dealer tab? he advice about' .

canteen wattage hasp.......Save serves, \
UPIIQISTERYAD t"'[ : r i' .retoet be.ask-k with paper JfJwfa. J.

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Art Work of lIelEwlmJI;l ThertionlThe !IN LAST HOME l Litttfat'rCf;:

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Homestead Art Monday humorous readings. The speakerswere Told !
GAME OF SEASON'
afternoon saw man) oe.utifut presented by Mrs, Frank :

flower studies painted by Mr*. W. I Webb, programehairasan. .Mn .
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r.; Tberkildaon, and leaned the Ben Archer, president of the art -
total THAT ,people will sever mils ikere'i a war ea
Scoring 66 point, a higher some
of. her
story ueeesful career asa I club, presided.
commercial artist (or'the Bur. A salad course cookies bad fruit than that of.any other game mall the Urea weir Nt and the jeokli* Ilea U en*.

pee Seed Co. Mr*. Therklldson Juice were served by tile hostess played this season, Homestead I "
and her sister Miss Elizabeth S. Present beside those .named High School basketball team de-
Hall, entertained the club at the were Mrs: W. R. Anderson, Mr feated Andrew Jackson High, by THAT the teacher who won her evening slippers to school ao

r Therklldson home on Tennessee Maud K. Chandler\ ?Mr*. H A. Ek she could try on a gown In the afternoon hid difficulty In convincing -
road and Silver Palm drive. 36 points Tuesday In the last game
t' berg, Mrs Alva H. Crouse Mr* some friends" that it wain't because she had not had Urn I*
Mr, Therklldson, trained by her Frank Hausman. Mist Bertha NlllHausman for the Growers on their home
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artist mother, entered this commercial Mrs E. 1., Stream. Mrs., court. take them off "the morning after",

field In the days before Ralph KIngman, Mr*. Selma ReiU, Twenty-eight of the points were .
i colored photography to assist Mr Mrs. W. H. K. Pendleton, Mrs. B made in the last quarter. Ralph
Therkildson whose work with the E. Gatlin, Mrs D. a. Spellman Dellinger let a record in scoring THAT the consolation of the small business man news-

1 seed company Included getting out Mrs. Herbert Katz, Jane Spellmanand 30 point in one' ,am He was day I* that he can quit any time and work for Untie San
" the catalog and traveling the world the Rev. R. H. Spear. .
followed by Billy Forte with 14. for tl dollar a diy-once a _nlil.
; around in search of new and Improved
varieties of plants. Miss The local cagen detested St. .
,! Hall told of Helen Hall Therkild Bird Urges Allotments Patricks' team 44-23 on the courtof
; son' early life, and the artist, her. From Pay for War Bonds the Miami Beach ichool last THAT Americans who fail to register for voting are, un:nten.tlonally -

/ self told something of h"r love for I Friday. Dellmger and Robertson or not, making It possible for a fifth column of former

I Cowers and her desire to paint' Prompt action of Homestead each totaled 12 point aliens to get control of this government through the ballot-and It
, The Grower will travel to Fort
them a* they grow.-not as they I business men in selling to their I Lauderdale tonight for a game you dont believe there I* danger of that, take a look at the registration .
t appear in bouqu'!ts Mr. Therkild. employees the plan whereby they I
\ son, who is now all-Florida editorof authorize allotments from their: with the Fort Lauderdale High 'I' books in any large city and lee who the early registrant

the Miami Herald, presented' salaries for purchase of defense team.Homestead's. are Register NOW.AnI.
,
Junior high team
the commercial angle bonds In talk before -
wa urged a
I The Rev George H. Ricks, pas- the Homestead Rotary Club Wednesday played its tint game of the eighth WNW
I toJ'Of the Homestead Presbyterian noon by Preston B. Bird, high school district tournament.
t Church, spoke on "Lessons to Be salary allotment chairman for yesterday in Miami.
Learned From Religious Art" and Homestead.
used as examples three paintings
Some members of the club Indicated Boys' Life Commences
by Hoffman, capita o(; which he
would rather Invest tholemployeea' Year
they Thirty-second
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had brought to the meeting low
salary allotment In
s Mrs George Wright gave two
defense stamps each payday Boys Life, official magai:ne of
t I rather than hold the money until the Boy Scouts of America: enters
I Festival Queen Crown :' $1875 was accumulated for purchase this month upon Its thirtysecondyear I

Won by Betty Rae Clark of a bond. Mr. Bird said a* a publication edited exclusively 1b1/"e
t : that while this wa not specifically for boys In Its three
t the title of queen of the 1942 advocated, It was permissiblo and decode and more Boys' Life has
y Redland District' Fruit Festivalwas the employer could be governed seen many changes in reading
} won by Miss Betty Rae Clark II by whatever method best suited I taste for boys It has seen the AIR,& am
j in the contest sponsored by the his personal preference or book world about it rise and fall In
i Redland Parent Teacher Association keeping system. He pointed out, chaos. Even styles In mngames
; Her escort of the evening, however, that defense stamps dr I are different today
,!, H. A. Aman, Jr., was crowned I I I not draw Interest, and, therefore More than a year ago Boy"' ,' 'lb
king In the coronation ceremony I: should be converted Into bonds as Life happily changed the "style
on the platform outside the soon as enough of them have been of its coven as well as its Ins de .
1! val building at 10 o'clock feILI.1 I accumulated. I pages. Instant approval came
flight I from all sides. These steps are
With the title of queen Miss Mrs. Elmira Rapp, Dies In keeping with the general trend

t!' Clark$100. won In second a wardrobe place was valued Mils at At Home .of.......Son... Herman toward But fundamentally streamlnlng, nothing has: $f lw t\

, Mavis Watt, who won a cash been altered In the objectives ofBoys'
Mrs Elmira Demarest Rapp, 88,
LIfe. It
r award of 125, and third place wentto clings persistentlyto
died Feb. 12 after a short lllnesi at
Miss Peggy Jean O'Brien.Hilson a basic thesis! that good reading
the home of her IOn, Herman is as necessary to the developing'I '
Rapp, on Naranja road near,Coconut -! mind food Is to the
and Faker Take as good grow A modern 'low-cost maintenance plan
Palm drive. Accompaniedby
ing body of a boy. That this .
Manual Training Firsts the the lent to II
ion body was proposition li sound has been
Hackensack, N. J., for funeral ser demonstrated time and again with 6 big advantages
Manual training awards at the vices and burial by Turner Funeral Educators are all agreed as to Its .
Fruit Festival last week were as Home. value. In recent years publishers I

follows: Mrs Rapp came here four have devoted more and more attention 0 TOO mvi Montr10U
.Redland ichool-Jack Hilson month ago from Hakensack. She to the selection and printIng -i
lit; Wilbur Peeples, 2nd; Richard li survived also by four daughters of boys' books Indeed, some -'e. IHJOT PROMPT ftltl"Ur"

J'I'd: Mrs Sherlocke Britt of publisher devote their entire time .; ATTENTION
[ ,
school-Louis Eaker, Hackensack, Mri Amelia Mattl- and resources to putting out Juvenile
lat, Lamar Dickinson, 2nd Clayton on of Beacon N. Y. Mr*. Emma book While not the sole sas YOUR fU IS 'UM''It -iann-:- BY A

Gamber 3rd. Taylor, of Detroit, and Mn Helen advocate of good reading; for, : "I;. ....;.. TRAINED M. I.0101 noeron
Jarvis of MiUville, N. J., and by youth Boys' Life can well be considered ' e' HI nttctntt ONLY mttitttr0rou
.To Resume Stamp Sales I six grandchildren and three gret- among the pioneers of the O OPERATIONS

At C. of C. Next Week grandchlldren movementSPECIAL
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Mr CHIT FOR WHAT nv mn
YOU HID IT
The sale of food stamps will be -
returned In the Chamber of Com ;;;
YOUR un it ti*,T /tmt .r
merce building next Thursday,Announces \ O
W W. Grafe, who 1* In MINIMUM ten
27 in. x 45 in. FELT RUGS
charge of the sales. Strops will be e Check Pontiac dealer for full details
your
sold from 10 a. m. to 12 noon and Brown Blue Green

. fromIto3p.m. Preact'i max lie financed M GMAC coovenfaif ttvdgtt ph.
I $1.00 each
IV: APPRECIATION

iQ We those wish who to thank co-operated most heartily with I Smith-Graves Furniture' Co. Preston Be Bird Motor CompanySouth

us In making the Goulds community
exhibit at the 1942 Fruit I Phone 248-J HomesteadMAKE Krome Ate. at 5th Street Phone 18
Festival the successful presentation -
It wu of the product which .-- I
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our region can grow I -
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For results use Leader. There are waste corner and You'll like Tropical Cafe for ell

Enterprise Classified. Ad I spaces In your home In ,which its tasty food, its pleasant at

J [ our Mal: Work sell make him** mosphere. Do come in 69911.

rlous- ihelt..hcI.io.ei room.;' '"

APPLY I FOB ron' -,," I attractively conten lltli& :. TROPICAL CAFE .

really thriftily! Stop In or .
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1942 Drivers LicenseAT r' .I.qDI
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HOMESTEAD LEADERAND CURRENT I itiiiaiiiiiiffliuiiiuiimmyBiiij{ { { :{ { < 1;

FROM OUR MAIL BOX '

ENTERPRISE 20 Years Ago
COMMENTBy '
SEEN AHCnCfcrnrtlMt ... UltarABJOIUI WOULD HAVE EXHIBITS A NEIGHBOR WAXES POETIC .

LEACH RCSERad: -._ AGNEW WELSH EXPLAINED OVER M*. GALLAUE fteN_.. NMM M IMM Mr. i.'"i'.,
----"II' orPlOW. -_ 0.... ,Mi lib .f M* fcnilna ',
MIWl MotelMBBMU .... .... ....... Editor Leader-Enterprise! Editor Leader-Enterprise: a.- .4.4 is I 1
.. .- I .. uw SMMI n.M> ..so 1sffW
.... kUb
r.-ye NA Nam"b" ria. "Ca.wt. .
The of the .
be the Smut .ado rsblbblae Co.yaar.111139curttox i..n..a or at specialized report The carnival over, tr..MM. Wks w -- -I
::t bb ... .... AdM..ow.w..t..atb.a .
I great Fruit Festival which appeared
BATH M A._ w.1oIo UI N..L The storm of noise is past: Ie
U IMl Coon T 11M alas ee..e, Nia.1. rr I in last week's Leader-En I As calm as nature's pulse-beat.' a lIIlillilllllllmUIIIlllmIllIlI1lR{ {{ ; {

o..ba ., Dada C.atEa..d terprise brought to my notice Which of late beat so fast ,
Y ..sad are ...a.Csb In conversation a keen and observing : many things exhibited which I had Feb 11, mi :

!!. ISIS. M Uw. fmt silt.at lawyer from a gnld-west-, not seen, though I attended the Yes, the district needs a & \ Festival .
,
N./ )lido, me M w -"Mr. and Mn. E. R. Tuttle of
lUnk S, IS7S.Little ern city, expressed a feeling of air[ several days. Wish now thatI New York have returned home,
had searched coca And a carnival too:
uncertainty about our winning the; display more I' after a short visit with M.... Tut.tle'g .
closely for this annual feast for But the manager don't have to disregard
Bit of Heaven war and thought that no matter' the Is educational father Fred Tuttle Jr.. of "
eyes a great Mndello.*
By Annie Marbew FlbpatrkllThere' who won it, the men who gathered tor. We might make it still moreso The residents near the fairgrounds j'
-"Mr. and Mr Jos. .
a little bit of Heaven thatI I about the council table to by type-written explanations Baker .
And out the noisiest machines who have been spending several
own on things shown; for many persons pick
map the world's) future policy
It's the dearest spot ittr 10-" has who are intrigued by the Red- And place them near you. months Fort Pierce have apartments ..
known. would not reach a conclusion that ,ands age aankius 'to learn more with Mr. and Mn. J. 11.I .
ever
Gallaher Is the very best man Fisher. Mn. Baker will be ;
O with memories It'. *Cpi..., would forever ban war. and more. Such schooling will I remembered
a a e That the Chamber can get: ai Miss June Price.
do more to make them wish to reside
Some bitter
are some are sweet
I In Bras the tintand second- here If some one had not called thema'or _"W. H. Cochran and
There's a little bit of Heaven thatI than a whole truck load I family
own. class bus fare is determined by of talk. It Is estimated that some returned Friday from Fahokee
90' we The horn on the Rocket where they called
whether you wear shoes. It Is per cent of all that learn were Sunday by
Would be blowing yet.
I. taken In by the news that Wm. Cochran had been
Now this little bit of Heaven that said that an American stage linen eyes.
But nothing appealed to real I Injured in a tractor accident. .
Is mine the West once had three classes my I, hope the money collected from .
inner consciousness like the eloquent His injuries were found to be
Is my little old log cabin, faced of fares. When a passenger complained the 1
with pine. that the seats all looked letter written by Mn. Elea Carnival Is spent well; : minor and he la now out of dan

O, to me it's full of charm, alike to him the driver explained nor Froscher, especially where she Myself and neighbors that I have i,er. . ."

Here I'm free and safe from the difference: when the bus remarks: talked with I -"Mr.i.. C Reid U here
harm. "stuck the tint-class 'All these things impress the Feel like they have lived through I:from South Carolina on a visit to

It's the little bit of Heaven thitIs In their seats passengenremained the second visitor, and the newcomer but Another round with hell. her sons, J. D., C. M. and F. H.
mine.Believe. nothing! la so pleasing as the Redd. With her U a granddaugh. f
class ones got out and walked wholesome friendliness and hospitality If the devil and his imps are In I ter, Miss Montree Johnson.
while the third-class ones got out need of another
,
extended to him on all "
H. Phillip Clint Jr. and
wifeof
.
in Democracy I and pushed the stage. ides by the residents of the Red- Which It is alleged they were, Miami . accompanied by hit
a ands.." There Is no sham about Don't wait for Hitler and Mussolini
father and mother
and Mn. Cline'smother
Only a scant five per cent of Truly this Is'the women's age. i this. It is sincerity itself and is and three brother have

Americans believe the present Until women invaded the pool and recognized by everybody. But send for Gallaher. taken an apartment in the Homestead

,r democratic system Is breaking billiard rooms to become champions I HOLLISTER SAGE. F. N. IRWIN. Pharmacy building. Mill
these resorts were man'ssacred
down, reports Elmo Roper, who ,Homestead Fla. Homestead. Dorothy Woodward of Newport
precincts, the poor man'sclub Fl&I News. Va., Is with the party and
makes the famous "Fortuna"Polls. I room where he could meet ....................................
..................................... will also become a permanent resl
In the current Rotarlaa men ot his caliber to swap ofi I ."

magazine. Two-thirds of sll door stories, smoke cuss and fare FULLER'S FULMINATIONSBy I dent.'Mrs.. W. M. Speegle of Eure.

Americana believe that the present :' tobacco Juice at the ,spittoon-"excuse FULLER WARREN ca, Calif., la a recent arrivaL Mn.

constitutional system la as nearly me, the cuspidor. ,... ..................... .. ... Speegle Is here for a 1\, enUnded
it I a ...'.e ..............................
1 perfect as Cia be and needs a i 41 visit with Mn. W, A. Murphy."

no fundamental change even to Her Is one that is not exactly: The passing of no other star If all people In high station were- -"K. K. Horton announced the

cope with emergencies.Americans a parlor stout if It brings since' the late beloved Will Rogers as kind to people below them as arrival on the scene of action of

also have a penlst- needed laugh"(I at will be an ex. died a tragic and untimely death Carole Lombard was, this world Mr. Karl K. Horton, Jr, Wednes-

Ira confidence In the free enter cue for printing It: amid the frozen tundra of Alaska would be a far happier place for cIa,."*

prlset system Roper's polls 're vest A Missouri farmer sold Mi everybody to live In Some: of the _"R. B. Armstrong Is here

Some 60 per cent would like to be rocky Ozark eighty for a big sure has so saddened me as did the keenest suffering that can be fel from Aiken S. C.; to visit his

in business for themselves despite for development and moved recent death of Carole Lombard. comes from people being snubbedand daughters, Mn. L. A. Wise and

) the care-free "security" o!f dowa to Tiitey Later his I didn't care much for her actIng pushed around by a few snobs Mn. B. L. Kennedy. ."
son
business or government payrolls Jim, wrote to ba* of his old pale\ : ; in fact. I didn't think she who are up "In the money." _"A beautiful marriage markedby

b A great majority believe there "Deer Bill-you orter see our new was much of an actress. Shedidn't Carole Lombard's kind treat- quiet simplicity owing to the
should be no limit to the arnpunt house. You :rcofllct how ment of the poor, obscure illness of the bride's father was
us boys
of money a man can make. used ter sit in our''cabin and seem sc oeautlTul; she showed that she realized and appreciated ethat of Miss Mary Virginia Smith
see
The wont depression United who could squirt 'terbacce* jour looked rather drab to me. what everybody must and Mr. Joel Robinson of Homestead

States has ever known couldn'tquell Inter the fireplace thout mfsiinT I admired her because of the realize and appreciate before w eWednesday Fla which was solemnized J

" American optimism, Roper Down here we got a big room that way she felt toward her countryand have a true and genuine democracy afternoon. January 25,
. reports. Most people believe the : that there is very little dif- at 2:30 o'clock: at the home ot
we jilt sit In "nether
, wun wherewe for the way she treated other
future will be better. A majorityof ference between people In high the bride's grandmother, Mn. H. i
eat In an'
the parlor that people. When most highsalariedmovie
we
" youths from t to 19 hold to the station and those in low station- A. McLellan. . Mn. Paul Beau. :
only look Inter .n' stan
i conviction that failure is the faul Pop mom were squawking about usually Just a lot of luck the accident champ of Williamson. Ga., sister .
have a room to sleep In, so's S.I.n' having to pay such high income
of bride
: of the Individual, not of"the of wealthy birth, or some the was matron of honor.
present us boyswon the taxes Carole came right out and
apeace. By
other circumstance equally beyondanybody's ; Mr. Jack Lttton acted u Mr.
1)'Item.'I .. roms Were we sleep they's a placeto shocked and shamed them all by control. Robinson's best man. . The j
wash our hands, one where we saying she wanted to make more beautiful
''I Let freedom Another thing that endeared this 'young bride wu given
ring Uncle Sam's '
on
can lay down an wash an-Over money so she could pay more Income in marriage her
by mother Mr
rash register Buy U. S. defense beloved woman to me was the % '
an' 'nother place were we wash tax. It was such a radical James
bonds and fact that she refused to claim Emmett Smith. The bride's
I
j I stamps. and shocking personal
our feet but the dumed lids kep' statement at the gown was of white duchess satin "
credit for her
, faltin' down all .the tlrattp time that other movie stan almost great IUCCII'.1 J
i we draped with white brocade chiffon
talks! When asked her to
Money United States de- : made her social anyone explain
tuk 'em orfian' a outcastfor
toeVJfe .
1' fens. savings bonds and stamps mom top saying ItAlthough how she became such a famous velvet, which was confined by n
t wart for s7 dough-bcd An' we a handsome: pearl ornament on 14
shout( Victory movie star she always laid it to
I framed grandpappy's plcter with she was a top movie luck-which most all success the left train of
the lower star making better than $200 000 t'u -1
one. white I shoutI
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Bonds or bondage? Buy U. S. mostly is. (I, myself, sm not th
savings beads.Children. a year for her cinema emoting and worst failure in Florida but I den and falling the length of the
days will have grimacing she was never high-hat train was a veil of white
we to close the know full well that I haven misty
f' ................... ......"'...... doors of the. plant and throw with small-salaried people in humble worked half as hard nor deserved tulle which was held to her son

i in Court.1 sventy.iv* men out of work." walks of life. She always nearly so much as plenty of my blond hair by a wreath of orange;

1 When the editor reminded this spoke cordially to waitresses. Her boyhood friends who are still blossoms. Her flowers were a

Ky Jadg Malcolm Batftekl : business man that he had been hair-dresser was one of her best, hoeing corn on the farm shower bouquet of bride's rose;
AAAAAAAAA.............&..&...&&..&...a, the first to complain when the friends. She associated freely slabs in a saw mill over or yonder tripping - and valley lillies. Mr. Robinson "1

FOOLISH BUSINESS MEN newspaper had started: a campaign with mechanics, chauffeurs, sound In West Florida.) and his bride left on a wedding

!t' A number of prominent business : to close the gambling establishment technicians. prop boys and char* Carole Lombard died a heroic trip to St. Augustine, Fla, and

'J! men severely criticised a ,-the business leader frankly us girl She "walked humbly"not death as truly as anyone who ever other points of Interest and will .
" newspaper editor because he admitted the error he had made. only before God but also fell in battle while defending his be at home after February 19, In

started a campaign to abolish a However, the establishment Is reputed among her fellow man. She gave country. She died in an airplane Homestead Fla. The lovely bride
,; gambling establishment Their to have returned the moneyto generous tips (a person who has crash while returning from her was educated at Randotph-Macon

plea was to the effect that children the corporation rather than be! not been on the receiving end ota : native state of Indiana where she College la Daavllle, Va. and since _
forced to close Its doors. Mo doubt, tip cant. sweUseKbew much, It
were barred from the place had gone to lead a '
.. .and that they,thl... enjoyed politics played an important part' means). I sell defense bonds. She had acknowledged 1

spending aa evening under its la keeping this particular gambling The, chief: ,,novtotn"a* Carole sold UOOO.MO worth. cl defense of Atlanta . Mr. Robinson U the, .

roof after a hard day la the store den open. wmbanl'.I84.funaraI,.were the savings bonds the day before she son ot Mr. and Mrs. J. 1. Robin

or office. Consequently the edl-' Crime) enforcementofficials little people she had treated kind died. on el Fort,Valley Oa. ,He is si "

'- tor being fearful of reprisals cannot afford to tolerate the operation lye courteously.considerately and As I think: .f this beloved worn- prominent young business man o|

which might affect his advertising of questionable places generously. It la reported that in aa vawortttp es-ss. With allhissplendid Homestead. . (Atlanta Jour t
contract, quashed campaign. when public opinion demands I they,wept uaahaaaadly as.the last, might he helped-to 1 Mi)*.
t Within a year theIII was I II that they be abolished. In fact sad rites wore said over the broken build a happier heartier and more'

Vain called to his attention by the commercial Interests In every: and burned body of this beloved wholesome sentiment among his' Grady of Georgia, another great

on .f the same group of businessmen community: should realise that' woman. The tears of such kind. And la fondness, mixed with patriot who died while returning ,

who- said: "I don't see) why certain forms of commercializedamusements people are) the tendered and few,. reverence, I believe that the! from mission of service to his I
la the blankety-blank the sheriffor are detrimental to the eat tribute that can ever be paid Christ of Calvary, who died for country. Speaking at Cndy's fun

the prosecuting attorney doetnt morals of the ;younger generation to anybody. If it be permitted men, has found a welcome sweet I anal In Atlanta on December 23.1M .

do something to close that Joint Business leaders must know the to the parting soul to look back for one who fleshed within his one of Mi devoted friends ;a;

'outside the city limits. Here I those who control amusements o t upon the world below I know the person the golden spirit ofh..' said: *I thank God as I stand

am, a heavy stockholder la the the community- also control Its sorrowing teen .and grieving' New' Commandment and spent Ms above my buried friend that there _..J
.<-- Corporation,' and our morals. hearts of all the> mourning friendsthat powers In glorieus living for his' la not one Ignoble memory In all

auditor has absconded with thousands gathered at Carole Lombard'sgrave race" the shining pathway of his fame.

of dollars which be gambled There are no "rookie" dollars must have been comforting an who died while serving net I' Among all the glorious gift that

away there. It _.do not raisethsvraoneywithtn I Send yours to the front Buy U and satisfying to that truly country I recall the. ,taMer tribute God Almighty save him. not sec

'the next sixty 3, defense stamps and bonds. .__ .great woman. .that was spoken of Henry W."We was ever lent to willing ,service



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I ticket are a* food as mooer.They
FLORIDA CITY 'kit *, *.,*:* ,,, I will be cashed by the finance officer t

By Warren.'aeveryMr. I named on the ticket! when

In and Jlround; I I Our mailed to him."

and Mr. M. D Carton of This new plan takes the placeof
Boys in Service the old of
system giving sole
Long bland who are spending a i
den: money with which to>> buy
Homestead I month et Miami Beach were Sun
day guests of Mr. and t.lra. W. J :..1..2.1.EJ: : : ; food while traveling and insures
that the soldiers will be well fed.
Geronimo.Mr. .
Landon Hlckson who Is receiving <. as the ticket can not be exchanged -

and Mrs. Charles Lake of naval training at Norfolk spent for anything except food.

Mn. David Scoll of Washington Mr. Roy Zimmer of Highland North Chile, N. Y.. were week-end last week visiting his parents, Mr
D. C. and her daughter. Madora, Park, O, Mrs. Louis Ladd and guests of Mn. Edith Tamblyn. and Mr. J. L. Hlskson,. in Nj- Obeying iMtnxilona ..

are visiUag Mr- Scoll' mother,, Milt Doney Ladd of Stoughton ranja.
Mr*. W. i Kroan Mr*. Scots U Wise, and Warren. Chandler and Little Joan had been Instructed
Mr. and Mn. Harold
E. Rohrer at school what to do
the former Mary Elizabeth JCrom Nell Peterson ot Oregon,. Wise., announce the arrival of a six-and- Monroe Loaner, private tint air raid. during an
have returned home after spending class in the armored division Ita-
a-half-pound sin, Lester Vernon,
Mr. and Mn. W. E. Rheney will two weeks visiting Mr. and Saturday at the James Archer boned at Fort Knox is visiting his A day or two later she hoard

have a* week-end guests, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Peterson In Gould Smith Hospital parents Mr. and Mr. Max Los the fire engines clanging past her
home and decided it the
Mrs. R. Snow of Lynn, Mass. nero was signal
of air raid. she
an Hurriedly
Miss Maryan Chadwick of Mia- Mr. and Mrs. Cheater Cook o(
Word has been received here by scrambled under a table and beganto
mi, who has been teaching dancing Wallingford. Conn.. visited friends
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wets have Police Chief and Mrs-O. H. Sulli- take off her clothes. When the
here
here, i* at the Holland Hospital in Saturday.
as their guest M\. Weiss' parents, Leesburg van that their son, Charles, who is amazed family asked the reason

Mr. and Mrs. August Weiss of ,accident recovering which from occcurred an automobile Mr. and Mrs. Walter Blackfordof stationed at Fort Jackson, S. c., Joan replied: ,.

Saddle River, N. J. several weeks ago. Toms River, N. J., and Mrs. 'has.pneumonia but is recovering.SOLDIERS "Our teacher told us that when : :

r David Work of North Miami we heard the signal We should get I '

Mrs. Cecil Robertson left by Shores were Wednesday visitor of CAN THAVHLvunioirr under a taU and keep cool"Ex.UPHOLSTERING :
Mr. and
plane Wednesday to spend a week Mn. Hartley Black-
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Brockett. i
CASH l :
visiting relatives and friends in burn of Anna Maria, Fla. and
their daughter, Betty Lou 'I
Covlngton, Ga. spent
Miss Nellie Gocding returned toGeoretown : I
the week-end here with Mr. Atlanta Ga., Feb. 19-A soldiercan
Blackburn's brother and sister-in- S. C, Monday after travel the length and breadthof
Mrs. B. M. Hindman was returned visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs.
law Mr.ahd the country without a cent of
Mn. E. B. Black-
home Monday from the burn. Ray Goodlng, for a week. cash under a new plan recently Slip Covers

James Archer Smith Hospital adopted ,by.. the Quartermaster
where she underwent treatmentfor Mr. and Mn. W. W. Severy and Corps. Draperies
Influenza Saturday and Sunday Miss Grlffl Blair left Wednesday
daughter
Milfred were Sunday The plan, through the issuance
to visit friends in Kenans- guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. of meal tickets to small groups or CUSHIONS AND OUTDOOR
vllle and relatives In Calera, Ala Severy of Miami. individuals Insures the soldiers FURNITURE REPAIREDUMBRELLASCANVAS

Mrs. W. H. Owens has returnedto plenty of food while traveling

her home in Goulds after spendIng Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Johnson Mrs. Joseph Chapman reteurned each ticket is good for 1.00 .
"I We Can For and Deliver
a week visiting her son-in-law of Oconee, Ga., are visiting Mr. to her home In North Haven meal in dining can and 75 I I

and daughter, Mr. and Mr I. Tom and Mn. C. T. Anderson in Na- Conn., Saturday after a two-week In restaurant Pia. MIami J.a..s

Torbert in Bell Glade. ranja. visit with relatives here. The tickets are Issued by the I

quartermaster of the post or camp WORK :
HOSPITAL NEWS Mr. and Mn. Joseph Kuppertz at which the solder is stationed
Mr. and Mn. D. 1'. Blake of
South AUapattah Gardens had ai Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Forrestof of St. Louis have come for a and specifies the route and destination MIAMI UMBRELLA
short stay at their home here. Of the travel.
guest Tuesday Mrs. Judson Goulds are announcing the
"On several occasions
restaurant
Strickland, Miss Sally Mae Strick birth of a nine-pound son Wednesday UPHOLSTERING CO. ;
the tickets" General)
Richard Brigadier
land and George SU.ckland all of Feb. 18, in the James Cockerel is now em- W. h Street ;
Archer Smith Hospital Mrs. ployed on the pipeline at Taver- James 1.. Frink, fourth corps area inks S. i'
Concord
Ga. nler. quartermaster said here today. Mlami.ru.Ami .
Forrest Is the former Miss Melba .
"It should be understood that the
.Mr. and Mrs. J. M. HoUerty, Bonds i
Mrs
Frank Stalling and
1011IoSkipper
Mrs. T. 1.. Hodges and the Rev.
and Robbie, have returnedto ,
Geo. H. Ricks attended service A seven-pound daughter was
their home In Miami after a
at which the pastor of the Hollywood born to Mr. and Mn. L. L. Little one-month visit with Mrs. Stall DON'T DELAY i iAf)41
Presbyterian church was Installed of Princeton In the hospital Sunday -
inn father. L. C Aldrich.
Sunday.Mr. Feb. 15. Insure by all means and against
all measurable hazards. Then .
nI':
and Mrs. R. R. Kinard and Mn. 1. T. Nixon who suffereda BUG CHASER ; you may sit back and be com. i

children spent Sunday in Fort broken hip about a month ago 0111b" fortable; for everything Is pro-
Lauderdale Kinard'sbrother To rid cabin tent, or trailer of tected in ease the unforeseen ,
visiting Mr. was returned to her home from .w\a:1
and sister-in-law, Mr. and the hospital Wednesday, wasps, hornets, spiders, flies, mosquitoes ""I a; ,{ does happen. Let us go over '
Mrs. Buster Klnard and another and gnats, dissolve one 10\\ your insurance policies and ,

brother Kenneth, who U in the I teaspoonful of menthol crystalsand l,... pdoblenu with you. An analysis : I
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Mn. W. B. Caves was taken to one-half l
ounce of cedar oil in .
U. S. Coast Guard. costs nothing.EDWARD
I the hospital for treatment Wed one ounce of alcohol Put a teaspoonful dn 0 \1
nesday. in hot tin the )
a pie or on
Mrs. Tom Johnson of Columbus, "VI STILING
stove. This dope has a pleasant
Ohio, is visiting Homestead with
her Emil Shortt, son of Mr. and Mn. odor and chases all bugs pronto. 11 rise AIIUiu.UMTUM ,, .
aunt Mn. O. L. Showalter,
E. E. Shortt of t*. REALTOR ,
Naranja, takento
and her cousins Mrs. 1.. was I
D. Me- Phone 541-J Florida City Fla.
the hospital for tretment
Kinney and Mn. Darabel Graham. yes. WANT ADS PAY i iI I

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} 1 /recent guests of L. L. Thompson. I ?

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Mn. Pat Boatwright and chll. fI
dren, Patty and Dixie Lee I
spent
it" the week-end with Mrs. Boat HELP THE DEFENSE PROGRAM 1

wright'J. Campbell.parent, Mr. and Mrs. A.



. If The kev. and Mrs. R. H. Spear

f have been entertaining Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis Grossman of Hill Side, 0 0 0

Mit, who are touring the atate.am ,
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5 NOTED PAINTER TO SPEND' NEXT FRIDAY YIN The Calendar W. S. C. S. CIRCLES TO HOLD RECEPTION

HOMESTEAD WITH ART CLUB MEMBERSSarah I IN METHODIST PARSONAGE ON TUESDAY
Feb. 24-Business and social
meeting of the Homestead Woman'
winter -
Albertson Woolley, noted resident of Miami. She I All of the circle* of the W. S. they or.any member of their
Club at S o'clock.
artist from the North and director spends a few months of summer Feb. JS-Dinner meeting of University C. S. of Homestead Methodist I family has a birthday. The meet.
of the Blue Dome Fellowship In In her tomeon Long I Club at home of Mrs. W. Church will take part In a reception Ing was held it the home of Mn
Coral Gables, will speak on composition Island or la Massachusetts where which will be held In the J. D. Redd. Mr*. H. L, Brown.
Sawyer at I
p. m.
of picture it a meetingof she Is fond et painting New England -t It.Feb. -Benefit dinner of Red- parsonage Tuesday to show what leader presided and Mrs. Casper
the painting group of the landscapes. She started the circle Have done toward repairing Williams conducted the devotional -
land W. S. C. S. at Redland Wom
Homestead Art Club In the shelter painting when very young. Her and otherwise ImprovingIt part of the program.
an' clubhouse
at 6.30 o'clock.
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house In the municipal parkon I tint picture was received by thu Feb. In-Work meeting Of Reports given showed that members -
Friday, Feb. 27, at (:30 o'clock. i ac.del1when she was 24 years I'I Princeton Home ,DemonstrationClub The Perle Davis Circle met at of the circle had paid 44
The usual pot-luck luncheonwill of age. She was graduated from the home of Mrs. J. W. English, visit to the sick or to new residents -
at home of Mrs. W. W. .
be icrved. Cooper Union, studied at the Art I, Bethea. Mrs. T. A. Ferguson conductedthe had sent flowen to 11,
Five members of the club. MM.Alv Students' League In New York!i devotional Other present cards to 15 and trays to seven.
Feb. 28-Barn dance by Junior
li H. Crouse Mrs. A. H. Ek- under Chase and later In Pans Woman' Club in Chamber of were: Mr*. A. S. May, Mrs. O. L. Eight dollars worth of suppliesand
berg:, Mri Maud E Chandler, Mn. with DeLance and Losar. She has I Commerce building In honor of Showalter, Mn. Geo. W, Smith three books had been given.
Frank Webb and Mri. Ben Archer, returned several times to paintIn soldiers of Mr*. S. E. Livingston and Miss The hostess served sherbert and
second batalllon, 13th
attended the artiste' breakfast and Sicily Italy and the Dolomites. U. S. Infantry. I Helen Livingston. cookies.

exhibit given by the Miami Wom- Her best known work are New! Mar. Election of officers of I|I The Marian Fiction Circle decided Others present were: a new
an's Club Tuesday Three England boats and landscapes. Junior Woman's Dub. at a meeting Tuesday to member, M1'II.'A-. Ennis, two
bers of the club, Mrs. While the public has honored and I Mar. 2-Meeting of Garden Clubat I{I have a birthday box to which l visitors Mn. W. F. Fox and Mr*.
Mrs Alex Hcmmlngs and mem-I prized these Mrs. Woolley likes home of Mrs. Joel J. Robinson. I members will 4 contribute when E. B- Beglln, Mn. George Ran-
were among those portrait and figure painting Mar. 13-Exhibit of Princeton son, Mn. H. M. Gibbs Mn. D U
the exhibit. Her canvases are better'l Home Demonstration Club al MRS. AMAN IS GIVEN Bowen, Mn. H. R. Pierce, Mr.
.", the Homestead group and colorful and her .\. H. L. Brandenburg, Mr. J. t.
home of Mrs. R. L. Scott. SHOWER AFTER FIRE
1 exhibits at the Weshtng1'series !! free and Interesting. Daugherty and Mn. Roy Darby
and the Miami Beach I Since she has never been forcedto PRINCETON CLUB FLANS Mrs. Edw. Aman whose house' The Belle Bennett Circle met at
c' Puulu Library. I IMn commercialize her work It remains FOR LOCAL EXHIBIT in Naranj burned down several' the home of Mr. J. L- Ballard.

r Woolley, who will speak I IP.GF.ANT a true expression of ;,her Plans for Its local exhibit and its weeks ago was given a mlsceUan'I'I
s" to the local club next Friday, Is a Aeerfut personality. part In county achievement day eous shower Friday GLEANERS CHANGE
home of Mrs. C. T. Anderson In:
were made by the Princeton Home TIME OF MEETINGThe
Naranja by Mrs. Anderson and :
PRESENTED AT REDLAND P. T. A. MAKES I Demonstration Club Friday at a Mrs. J. L Hilsoru meeting time of the Glean.ers .
1 HOMESTEAD P. T. A. MEETING MIO IN QUEEN CONTEST meeting held at the home of Mr. of the First Baptist Church
l A igcnnt telling the nine points A net profit of $410.56 was mode i L. C. Smith In Princeton. The Cake and punch were served: ; will bs 3:30: o clock instead of

for which the P T. A. stands was by the Redland P T. A on the I I local exhibit will be held Friday, Present were: the Rev and Mrs 1 o'co-k, it was d-cided at a meetIng -
prctcr ed by members of tho queen contest which was held during Mar. 13, at the home of Mr. R. C. F. Crauswell, Mrs, J. L. Und>r of the class Tuesday at the
Come load P. T. A at a founder's the Fruit Festival. Miss'Julia j L. Scott In Goulds. It will be an wood Mrs. Lester Brady Mrs home of Mr*. A. E. Paul. Mrs.I .
day nesting Wednesday In Neva Sullivan, charmnn of tho contest, all-day meeting with a covered Mary Anderson, Mr*. C. A. Under Paul and Mrs. S. L. West were
King (cmpcr auditorium. Those reported nt a founder's day pro [ dish luncheon. wood, Mrs. E. W. Miller, Mn I hostesses.

wI I" ,'i vented the pageant were: gram Wednesday evening In the f Miss Margaret Delaney, assist. Aman, Mrs Anderson and Mrs Mrs. Gordon Ivey conductedthe
M. I I'' ,ink H.lIl11mJn. Mrs A. D school auditorium.. The assoclc-l I ant home demonstration agent Hilson. devotional part of the pro-

{ Cm, I :Mi" J. H. Dodson, bars. j Lion voted .to give $150 toward spoke on the care of clothing, the Among those who sent gift gram and'Mrs. A. E Smith pre-
B F Cotlin, Mrs Lewis Brand- budget expense $181 to the Red-' removal of stains, and laundry were: Mrs. B. L. Mathls, Mrs Put sided.
t-nut u. !Mrs. Carl Anderson. Miss land SchoolJiuhd and $50 fof.lhe work and pressing Mrs Smith Guffney, Mrs. J. Q. Hilson, Mri. I, Present besides those mentioned'were
fair tk'tircns and Miss Virginia teaihers' lormre' 0-: told how to make soap. Ira Anderson Mrs. H. A. Aman, I : Mrs. M. A. Murphy Mri.

Stew irt.Past Mrs Eva Fletcher gave a review The members decided to holda Mr. W. L. Chambers, Mrs. J, H. Morris Craft, Mn. L. K. Bishop,
presidents who were present of the history of the' Red- work meeting for the making of Singer Mrs. J. M. Brown Mn. A. Jr., Mrs. Ernest Sherard, Mrs. J.
wore platform guests and they land wooden tray and fire screens at E. Kerfoot, Mn. Irving Holland C. Davis .
P. T. A. which she had com- Mn. T, TE. Byrd.. Mrs.
with I Ih.... hn.._ ... n' .u...... U1 n... ft_.,..__
were presented sweet pea piled. A quartet composed f u.w v. '" De "". Mr* Tom Brantley, W. A. Cook Jas. Roberts, Mrs. Dexter Home,
corsjKra In this group were: Mrs I Miss Kathleen Campbell Miss on Feb. 27.Present and Mr. Anderson. Mn. Dawklns and Mrs. Matthews
C H Steffar.l, Mrs- T. E. Kirby, Kathleen W\- nef Walter KuKJdl were: Mrs. P. S. Staple-
t Mrs S. L. West, Mrs. E. J. Dyal, and Forrest ;yt'ke sang several ton, Mrs. A. W. McVicker. Mrs. I

Mr J. W. English and W. R. Bird. I numbers. 14Crgi Wagner presented J. L. Murray, Mrs .Roy Witten- .I.. ,
Brandenburg sang Moth: the program Cumbers and wyler, Mrs. Ray Schneider Mrs. "
erhood'" Mary FrrrcU Dickinson'snew Mn. Herman'IIclnlcI'n presided Sam Murphy, Mrs. D. J. Kellum,

song A chorus from the Mrs. W. UJBcthca reported that Mrs. John Wittenwyler of Brook .
girls\ glee club sang several ...leet two blankets'had been purchased' lyn, Wise., Mrs. Scott, Mrs Beth-
tions. ea, Mill Jean Coldren, Miss Delaney
by the organization: for the Dodo - --
Mrs. W. B. Mills presented the County Defense Council's Red and Mrs. Smith.
r program and Mrs. M. F. White Cross stations.Mrs. .

presided C. F. Hennington and L. Hodges Mrs. J. A. Ricks Mrs Jack
t Miss Mary Jackson's first grade others on the hospitality committee D. B. Snow, )in. C. L. Ooley Mrs. I Polk DIXIE DRUG Howard
room and Coach Rudolph GauIt' served refreshments after the. R. O. Desmond, Mr*. Hollister Johnson
man's seventh grade room won the meeting Sage, Mrs. Grace McLellan Smith, Phone I* and ttOl

i attendance awards.PRESB1TERIAN Jib Mrs. W. K. Haas, Mr*. N. G. Ball, 'Till ta our way of startup the new year-'by offering you
GARDEN CLUB: VOTESTO ; Mrs. H. F. Potter Mrs. D. M. these big new values doling our new customer .10.! It's our
AUXILIARY ADD MEMBERSAn : Shetzllne, Mrs. Butler, Mrs Der- I way of making new friend for the coming year. It's yow way
I MEETS WITH MRS. RIVES byshire. Mrs. Robinson and the ef making now divines of making your dollars go lots farther,
Mrs C Ben Plummer conducted amendment .Increase\ the Hostesses- WII mint reserve, the right to limit nuantitiesl

. a Bible study course at a meeting membership/ the South'' Dade
of the Woman' Auxiliary of the Garden Club'*as voted ata meeting FISH SUPPER WILL BE TIN OF 36 PURE TEST .
JI{ Homestead Presbyterian Church Monday afternoon at the homeof GIVEN BY THREE LINK CLUB
Feb. 12 at the home of Mrs. Green Mrs. Annie R. Butler whichwas I A fish ASPIRIN TABLETSand
will
i Rives., presided Mrs. Geo.during D. Ruchle the business president decorated sweet peas In and red asters., whiteandblue Mrs. by the Three supper Link be Club sponsored of tin / oz.r' "a ,arL!

I session. Red Cross sewing was Ben Young Mrs. Joe Kamps and Liberty Rebekah Lodge Saturday NASAL SPRAY (jv,' : pp.rl)
In
evening the I.
Mrs- H. M. Brown O O. F. hall on
distributed to members. were hostesses.Mrs. SOt VAL\2!
N. W. First
street. Supper will
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I' The next meeting will be held article H. J. Derbyshire read an be served from 5:30: until 7 o'clock: Puretest Aspirin to relievethe
March S at home of Mrs. Gen I on the spathodea tree. 14 discomfort ofs told
l M. Trick, It was decided. The next meeting will be held Natal dour to
Others present were: Mrs. Frank at the home of Mrs. Joel J. Rob- aid In clearing stuffed nasal

.j G. Huthaway Mrs- M. M. Black, inson on March 2, It wa an-. passages.
THESE ARC KXAll PRODUCTS
I Mrs. R. C. Jackson, Mrs. T. L. !nounced. "
\ Hodges, Mrs. J. A. Ricks. Mrs. T. Present were: Mrs. Goldie Mc- tfir; --
Hnjtglns! Mrs. Glen Bule, Mra. Cready. Mrs. Elberta Bule Mrs REX-MENWO 793S& NASAL SPRAY

j F. C Robinson Mrs R. Y. Burr H. J. Brockett, Mrs. H. J. Shep THE CHEST RUB a- WITH EPHEDRINE

Mrs. J. M. Holferty, Mrs. R. N. herd Mrs. M.. M. Black Mrs T. Get relief from the :.sash Oily consistency forms
Herman Mrs R. E .Trotter and I discomfort of chest NO.. '
.. ... :> and head eolds.Soothe. a soothing protective
.1 Miss Annie Bellows. and eoatins to relieve cold /
GLASSES 1 1S bronchial comforts tubes irritated airBMsages. ,: irritation In nose. t

JUNIOR WOMAN'S: CLUB etc Pleasantly TfeSIZI -
; SOCIAL MEETING To Keep nlsxing WITH 6
was played at the social Deep lasting wo;.ofeaqulllieb.o 1s ... J. 50 :,I ATOMIZM =/
loneness, with TbWmfgw O ONLY It
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r'JrOLD8 .f the Junior Woman's Awake i method a e 6-W.
i in the clubhouse Mon." safe' oozes ossobl.lAA

when Mri. E. A.Buthnnon. e JoeAra Fun Pint M131ANTISEPTIC
.Mrs. .Augustus Wynn n
I awl Mr*. r- B. Greene were hoeUIesses RzrDrsealaas SOLUTION

I .The. prize whales were 'J"" .H'I" : nll and! Tin ot 36 PnrtUtt s ASPIRIN
Mr*. Jtmft U Bird, Mn. Stanley I r.
: :Wtttkots, Ms*. Wrn. Orfflan, Mrs.' eat !.04100 Jae Oe .ye. A helpful combination for..l...m ; 74c Vo\! ;.'
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itasidal 6680"
sMis gas be .._
fill '- the discomforts of eolds and throat
I T. J. Water, Mrs Ceo H. FlU.i
Ms.eds seep elan "" _
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patricV Mrs. Virginia Walton,1 Irritation. d.a bargain that only
Mrs. Roberta Harrison and. Mb I ALICE'S BEAUTY Retail ran five you. It's our way
.t Making friends for Resell 59
Loll Kent I Ir.n.F.Stebbins new C
Other present were: Mrs. Ansel'I SALON | Stores Limited quantities s. hurry. .
Barrow, Mrs. R. &: Shersrd Mrs. Dr. L. W. Stebbins ..... Bases,. Awes THESE AM DEXAii PRODUCTS"

'Robert Glenn ,Jr.. Mrs Frank IKS W. Flagler 81, Mlaaslno Aw_w.a.e. o."ae.w-
Bernecker Mr. C A. Lounsbury I *. i-ttu .... .It
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j 1 authorized, shall refrain from uttering -

Ir : HOMESTEAD fflGH-LJGHTS ,. publishing, sounding er

.. I otherwise simulating such official) ''ltCLASS1FEi) ADS I

y----m i signal or warning. ]

0 j Members ttf Band Most r 1 MANUAL,, _
1 SKOtlon 3. Thernayor
RAT> $nst ICI4 a e ubeaquent tnserta n,
Adopt Code of Ethic{hru f'I'UININO'LZU' speda&police I 1nIIf'j ,

fJlarJi* 'teltaesyf: w/ .... -,
i The member of the Homestead, the Fruit Festival, Louis Eakei a* may be deemed necessary tor

High School Band are now qualified won tint prize on his mahogany I services In connection with black., FOR RENT 'I LOANS

': members Of the Florida Band- i I dresser Lamar Dickinson rei .I out.*,, air raid or other enemy *.tI -

.' member Association Each. itu- 'celved second prize on his desk, tack*. During the term of office FURNISHED house. Mr*. Irene : LOANS TO MODERNIZE,

dent 1* required a* a member of land Clayton Gamber, third prize(lot such special police'they shall Shanklin. Florida City (pf-13) REPAIR AND REMODEL

the association to comply to the ''on his dressing table. Both wen possess all the power and privileges Grove Residential and Business

,. fullest extent possible with the|lot mahogany T. O. Rayburn'i and perform all the dutiesof FURNISHED ROOM for rent .In. available through
Property are
following code of ethic: j desk and Frank Rice's dresser received *I ordinary patrolmen. Such special 1. T. Proctor. Over Better Food BROOKER LUMBER CO., INC

1. Band etiquette: Conduct of j honorable mentions. police shall wear such Identifying -! Store (N14-U) Suggestions:

band member should be above
uniform or emblem not
i Add extra room or porches
?I reproach at all times, everywhere. HOME: ECONOMICS NEWS In conflict with slate and federal FOR SALE i New roof and other ipa.lrt

2. Musicianship: Each Individual Tire advanced class In homo
j regulation a* may be adopted by
strive to perfect himselfmusically. M economic has study of I GOOD BUY In used ice box. Holds I Convert garage Into apartment
should : begun a the mayor and It shall be unlawful house Into
Convert
100 lb. Ice. Excellent condition. duplex apt
. Only by doing to, can foods. It made pies this past for any such special police to' MONTHLY PAYMENTS
Smith-Grave Furniture Co. I
musicianship and band standards week carry out or attempt to carry out
$100, 18 mo. repay $398 mo.
be raised. !i The ninth grade classes are any ordinance, order, rule or regulation FRUIT SPRAY MACHINE withtank $1000, 3t mo.-repay $3194 mo

S. Citizenship: Each band mem- learning to bake different kinds while not wearing such and motor also steel bbl., $1000, to mO.-repay $2167 mo.

ber should assume his or her share of cake |identifying uniform or emblem. L. :
S.
see Spencer, Navy pipe yd.BOtf $5000, 60 mO.-repay $10833 mo
of responsibility, since every privilege I' The seventh grade girls are taking Section 4. All air raid wardens ( ) -

o, and every opportunity implies up a study of nutrition which and other agents and appointeesof :' Loan Can Be SecuredTo

a definite obligation to the !they find very Interesting. the state and county defense 50,000 TOMATO plants Arthur I' Modernize and Repair

band, the school, or the community councils ihall be ex-offlclo municipal Mays, Nann).. (U3-20) I LEASED OR MORTGAGED

I ORDINANCEContiputd officer and agent and shall I PROPERTY
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BEARING kumquat trees tangelosand
.. 4. Sportsmanship: Sportsman-
I have the same power and privileges
i: limes. Mrs Cha. ..oan* for NEW CONSTRUCTIONof
l ship and fellowship among bands ( from Page One) a* are conferred upon the
E. Bauer dr. Phone 582-M-2
also
:- of Commercial Buildings are
be ultimatAt'oal
should an I and prop.rty to resident of this "special police above mentioned; i on

every band organization, and each i municipality as well a* residents provided, however, that such (18-20) available MONTHLY PAYMENT

i. member thereof. lot other localities: and I warden, agent and appointees 1831 Model A Ford and glade I' PLAN through Brooker

The band member voting by WHEREAS failure to comply 'shall not carry firearm while on buggy, gun, steel, ,raps, two f Lumber Wayside Co.Stands, Barns, Gasoline .
secret ballot elected Charles Stef- '
duty unless specifically authorizedIn
with, order, rule and regulation glade skiffs. Sacrifice prices
fanl band captain.A ,ordered may result In loss of life I writing by the sheriff, chief of Simmons. Future Farmer Clubhouse i Stations Utility Bldg Tourist
made Hilda Dodson Cabins, Real Estate Office, Garage
potter by
(governing evacuations, traffic police or mayor. Homestead. I I
and various
containing picture of the band, Section 5. The Poultry Buildings,
of mayor may
I movement, congestion personsIn I
cadets, majorette, and drum major streets and other public places 'promulgate or adopt by proclaI TWO BIG LOTS with variety of I f other industrial and commercial

with a red white, and blue I will result in confusion and unnecessary I'matlon any order, rule or regulation fruit trees, 7-room residence. I building are eligible inside or
color scheme mad 'In the heart of downtown outside city lImtte.MONTHLY .
a spectacular I lost of life both during Including those hereto
appearance In the school booth at blackout and during attack by 'fore or hereafter adopted by the Homestead. Bargain price and PAYMENTS
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the Fruit Festival reasonable terms. See Sid L. $100, IS mO.-repay ".08 mo.
therefore I{ Florida or Dade County Defense
the enemy; now, ,
1 'Council, for the conduct of persons Kendrick Justice of the Peace, $1000, 36 mO.-repay $31.04 mo.
Bot It ordained by the city coun-
ELEMENTARY: NEWS $2500 86 $7983 mo.
Odd Fellow Homestead mo.-repay
j firms or corporations during Bldg,
By Aida Connor clal signal shall be given warning -

Shirley Mayfield from Tennessee I of an attack or the possibility I[ blackouts, air raid and other (J-23tf) We also have F. H. A. LOANS

and Patsey McGee from Georgia 'ell of the City of Homestead,I, emergencies, or may promulgateand DOORS, window, screens secondhand : I i for New Homes payable monthly
Florida: adopt any other rules and ,over 20-23
Cal! years.
are two new pupils of MillJacklOn' galvanized sh'ngles. _
room. Jane Thurmanand I I Section 1. Whenever any offi- regulation for said purpose a* at Eva Collins home In Modellcat I
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be approved In We furnish ideas estimates. and
Warren Grave were neither'101 an attack by enemies of the may writing by noon. I
i, United State from the air landor the Florida or Dade County Defense i ,materials.
f- tardy nor absent last lemeiter. There is no obligation In discussing
Council. The violation of
PLANTS-prppera, cabbage and
Bella Fay Davis who had the, lea, or to carry out blackout oral
> raid protection measures, and any such order rule or regulation collards. Marler's Plant Farm, I your needs with us Phone
measles Is welcomed back. A I'
was competed about pipelines story by I,[ until a subsequent signal be given! shall be held a violation of 1427 E. Main SU LskrUnd. Fla. II or service call. We'll gladly exp'ain the
this ordinance.
dan-
of
these children for the Fruit FettivaL :Indicating the passing the f
FOR SALE-Baby guinea*-
I Section 8. This ordinance I 11
ger from such attack: I BROOKER LUMBER CO.
old. Haler
months SOc each.
Two (a) All persons, firms and corporations -+adopted In conformity with the Phone (. Box 405
new patriotic Robert roar
potters were I Whiting Ferreyra
I police of this municipality II
power '
within this municipality Homestead. (Ha.
made for the fair by Mn. Ed just north of Avocado drlvsa8tf
with all I for the protection of the public -"
wards' pupil Two work book::ball comply promptly ( )

containing number and writing, orders given by persons duly authorized pace health and safety of its 'I MISCELLANEOUSAVOCADO

have been completed by each in- to give such orders which: 'people, and neither the municipality FOR SALE Tropical plants, ,1tru I -

dividual. I persons shall be furnished by the I nor any Individual lubject tree and tropical rrult Itseason. LODGE, rooms and

I,municipality with and shall wear to regulation lawfully Included Jungle Grove, Radian
Mr*. Thurmin'iclan la making bath, meal Modern home surroundings
a transition from manuscript writing ,i.r.distinguishing .uniform,. badge I herein shall tw liable for any road and Plummet drive. I reaoonabl Hcdlund

w' to cunive writing which 1 I., other insignia indicating such I, damage property sustained during or to*. person the resultof or DIRTBEII SALE rd Biscayne dr. Phuw C84-W.

being enjoyed much. A new,, authority; !. the Conn of UM Justice *l the. P._ (nI4tOW
sods very (b) Al person except duly authorized the measures authorized by this r-lrth _.... Dodo toonl*. ......... -
.tudy Trailer, "Suzan'lNe'ghboTjj" I 'ordinance. Wkti o, a writ or ittockmoM h.. Mrs
has been started for persons,. shall leave ill : aped In the MM of ..... L. I. 011_.. J'a.' T'fJ U
streets, parks and open spaces I Section 7. It thai! be unlawful v>. R B. fur '
reading clast i. : -tl.: .. :-k.t"-r.h:: -
KM
N! for to Impersonate
any person any
shall the nearest ,
I and proceed to
WANTED Two boys' blcyclt
There wa in election of officers a-t-ls rowed by Mill ottseblowat will be -
let the Citizenship Club few cover; m-mber of the Dade County Defense ...Id ID the boot and hi'.... bidder onMader. -cl-tap.! Mrs C. Hauler Rice, N.
a Council authorized U.rrk 14. In front of the Ju.tlcot
day ago In' Mr. Marie S erer'l ': (c) All vehicles except duly authorized or any the pour, court ram In Hjn-t 4, Fla.Dated W Second ax I., Homert ud.
vehicles! within or enter 'representative thereof, or to rep- this I ltd du of Feb'......, Itll Q-30U)
room. The president li Laurel!, I 1 na "_...d. n .
s' Ing this municipality shall avoid recent himself a* being connected _
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W.'kervlcprelldent; Martha with the Dade County Defense ppa. KEKDRICK. W AM ED 1110
i areas of traffic congestion and: ." cf the ream. TlJT\.IRI"IO
Carol Witt; secretary, Angelyne >.irtk DMrtrt l Ja'd t...nt,, tlm.rrb .
shall perk Immediately and the I! Council when a* a matter of fact > school and grade school subject
r Bussev treasurer Tommy Strick0 < IS. 20. 27. M.,. .. mil
peicengvs therein shall proceed to he I* not 10 connected. --- Mr*. H. J. ArmMmi II. A U,

land' Doctor, Jimmy Watson;,' the nearest cover; Section $. An emergency I I. declared NOTICE Nnm FIrTITIotsNAMR Plummer t In knit C' ntr>
t I LAW
alien
cafeteria
nurse itheney; .nll i (d) If the signal be given between to exist In this municipality NOTICE IS HaREBY ttlVEN th. IKmbr Club road

t, waste batkkt chairman,, Dixie,', sundown and sunup all during the existence of the date .l .''.,dwirlns M .are In hu.la.rr l --- --
Jean Brunkow salsa Ih.iotltiou.. ( A a I'. WllI
; desk Inspector, n m. o CLEAN RAGS WANT -
lights, visible from tne outside or of war between the United States:! GROCERY. Intend to mUtor. the Mid
I Allen Left; blackboard monitor, subdued! ,and certain foreign power This ...... with .... CWrk frf so. Circuit Court exchange subucriptMic: .Ir"' t-
from the air except such I
t Calvin at Did F!.Hd Lr..er-.
Weldon; and library chairman County > tiling for clean rae'
and regulated] light1 may be .ordinance, therefore, U hereby declared MM A A. FRENCH
: Nancy Braddock. hereafter authorized pursuant to I to be an emergency measure .T... 10. IT; ..... sad II, 1U1) ,' Enterprise'

: Marian Miss Mayfield It a new pupil,: this ordinance, shall be Immediately ; on the ground of urgent pub- NOTICE I* HEREBY GIVEN that_I I NOTICE ",' 'nos rirriTloi -

In Ray's third grade Miss: extinguished by the lic need for the preservation of will spot li tn the H .tiorakb Arthur Damn.wo 1 .1I111.A'"
Ray wa wished a happy birthday person o( the circuit Ourt Judoi. M 'M NOTICE is MOaeaY' CIVKN hat UMnd
chargior peace, health and safety and prop .. ... ....... In fcwl r-o
firm or corporation having m. M rrfcr ll.t, mt. ., his Ch... I, last Friday by her pupil whisang control thereof. erty: of the City cf Homestead, b.r.q Court HOMO to MVM B>>kprt R.r.wind 1 nnovr tko fMitlouo same 'UNNYI
1 the happy birthday song, and fc-lner, a Minor, Mid have hls mini I/I'IIOVII 1 ivsryi.'JL'SKJ s sztz
I (e) If any light designated under Florida, and (It IE. therefore, pro- .._I. fclnor.NOTICE the Sad
drew a birthday cake on the black- vided that this ordinance shall be I PAULINE A. XELMEa.tr.k 'wk Corn .. PouIo C Mmty. Fh.......
I sub-paragraph! (d) 1* not extinguished AUII'III'
.. ADDIR M.
board. Election for the Citizen : II. ae. 2t. II. '. IN'
in full force and .
a* therein requiredany effect .immedi -. I O. W. CALIINIt.I
ship Club were held recently The duly author.ztd person wearing ately upon its adoption, and shall OF Ari'i-iolC: FOR. I _lIoa. 10. ..". e. I'. '0. 1..11

president Is John Hodges; vice-: a distinguishing uniform, I continue In effect during the period > Chapter TAI IT4IT-OSLO.Act- of IMS 'I 'NOTICE or --iir4TioN P05
I president, Joyac Walker; and tec- of herein declared. File Al TAX
badge other Insignia a* afort- emergency: Innof *
or H Chapter IT4M l*>
II rotary, Jane Spellmnn. These officer : NOTICE 11 HUtlBY GIVEN this
icld, may enter upon the premise Section 9. Any person,,firm or C. IM>M. holder .. state Md Coasts TilCortrinw I TH A.100KOTIC
is tie> od various committee I I. located and corporation violating any of the """. I...,. based Site Srd day W HERiMIV: IIVVM .....,
where such light
r for the i, of Awrat. A. D IMI k.. fit..d ._ In RlrMrd. A. Hlckn-. Mdrf .>*. on*
rtJm take n' ** moaiu'es a* may tntCer.'ary provisions. of th'ordinance, or .ir .in.., nod .... made a, .(...._' for I Coontr Ta. CftlrH.. Ml" ,. !...".
Bob ? McGee tom corns extinguish iu.'h line any t der rule or regulation mentioned < U. afar, M M bed th roon. said Cor.llftonu the -. .. A. D. !.A.V
t a new pupil )in l J\t+ .. COOL-,r't room. : to omlinuoi elm (oHowlnr vwrlkrdnmporly ,'n' 'rwr'raA 4 we .. ....
.'BiIYears 'I and ,o rake effective any other herein shall be deemed, In t%. Coxtr tt t>">: llU .. ....... ..... a \... 4'.d ,'. to
has II
'tndl"'ft ,: crdc. lui* or re.ulatlonomul- guilty of an offense and upon CODvtrtloirthereof FlorkK to-wlll I .. paid V. M./ :en1' :;'.a
A triln. Amt .*A w*<. -. Hlork 10*. Coral (sublime. Rl,t- r r.=' dOT :soy
,nt, for .wotectlon agai t attic in Municipal Court ".-t N. .. .../-. a ......... ,' a ll..k, Posh / Mortise u t!
made in Mi*'. Voff't d Jimmy <. ) .. by nemlet of fire United shall be punished by a fine not j. f**. II. HI AW Vacate ..*. II '. If |llo-' I- .
I., McCee art (ClaW May-1 I ...... .. rtnrkhiPIHPM I OffrL'I'let, VV '" -"*
Star. Dill authorized a* exceeding Two Hundred Dollars I* *.
field ure '. I persons of Sold pt rfly Mldtf.IK. 11 Pun All. la the ix"1 *
wo .fw puplU Tront afoi -'Id shall have power to andIt (00:00): or Imprisonment for not nM rortttlnto was In the noojo ofJ.xe.aCwI" i I Ptak ol HwWo) '"
portatTon "-r.have been made. a'Vasa of safesores "
<
shall to their duty to forciblyenter : more than six months; or both, In saw. .nit"..to oM' he nder'aIa..dtas '! ts Toe paid wc..mewa oivn'''i, ,.. la. \Lf"." 11nlwa
Since the dofuit' graphW
stamps 6r .... d.arladtb.a..ill '
I building' plac4litand; the discretion q! the mayor Ie w pr.wy
', *(r>. Jnad for the tahr! pv.r ilx any b. .lid rho blab... bwdr t."h.." Jmlb'. M.. w1as
dollar worth have been bought I extinguish lay Jlabtf >,), ouonicgIP I municipal judge. nt 'tko*.C.on .:4-0 an the e j j1 to law. .Ito.......... 'vii"0h.wfw
violation! of ftlfoi'oWfloe. nfc fiectiqn. JO. ,lt: 1* the intention ----1. wm be swll \It tiff r.9 slat p
I II
be. thicWldrciv. '> j!I I' Vctlon' 'l i The mayor shall'al 'tie Jy: council WAS City of o-, :.day frkraoro.of Anrfl IMtR. lou.. Voted alo ,t., tko Coort M. .. li'a'r* "'*rim fry.' *'
) JuU Mil H-yholdr moved 1 to ON k.
: adopt K official warning, signal, Hi stead that each separate pro- B. LEATUtaMAN !Ibl- dik day of Aorw,if lr-i::.:V*
I, k
:" nunparwk MOT clarn'3les in Mr.:of attack, or the possibility of an:,; II' IOD of thi*'.ordinance ,shall be Clark IMO>fVMotr.l ClmMwt.rk IM.aiIS.o.aTXaarTP.C. ... wad for >a9s1's. -.'
t
4 WjnuV room are to.Mn. ../ f. t.rv; TUI/
other .
ied Independent
""; attack, by -Temles of JIlt United i ic any ', Cl>rk tf t'Mr Vm

tlutlat.d'l clan l, glad to State, which signal shall be identical -. provision, and invalidity of say an.c..rt
Mile two new pupil Carol sad with any uniform signal prov'.jkm shall not affect the I Conrt !
C4mk
none) Temps ncrmotni
.
*kRQaiaBi Gate frornnnghvmplan adopted-that" road be-adoptfd Other NAM LAW <,.. u.w rr. If...,.. i ..

.-H, t. The itudent of Mr. Macty't by the state ol courity defense I Section 11. AH ordinance Or NOTICE U assigsy CITEM Shut ....1. i, she rid sa.r with no-Clara deWe

room wtlcome a new pupil, also, council, or by the armed forces, part of ordinance conflict with 1 a4n.fr..4_ _I fk4te4.d.wr..be_.Kass d to MIDWAY h./a. ar5tee Ct-.O c..rt .f Dado I'_'., .-.

KenDetb r'*aKe. and all .perioaa' except'those duly the provision !of this ordinance 'tII&AT1LI. I'D&1A tu, __ N, .. rulnt"Friday


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Pare Eight HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, February 20, 1942 >'


Two Mikells Win 1st and 2nd PrizesIn M. L. Waters. I MEETINGContinued "Rebuilding: Palestine"To
I Mallard Duck, Young Trio-lit, Be Lecture SubjectAn

Individual Vegetable ExhibitsThe M. L. Waters. i
Chukas Partridge, alJ--Ist, W.; ( from Page One) Illustrated lecture
-- P. Mooty. I plan to Mbmlt I $100,000 school entitled,

five-dollar award for the best Kenneth Greer.W. Florida Wild Turkeys, Pair-lit, Improvement bond issue to IU "Rebuilding Palestine According

individual exhibit of 10 or more Wyandotte, Ok Trio-1st, W. P. Mooty. I freeholders are planning to follow to Prophecy, will be given to the
Tom Drawdy. Canadian Wild Turkeys Pair-: the procedure outlined above, First Baptist Church of Home
varieties of vegetables at the Fruit tat W. P. Mooty. I local school men said Wednesday.
Barred Rocks, Young Trio-
stead Friday! Feb. 27 at B *. m. ,
Festival was awarded to Harry Sweepstake, Nesbitt Poultry Farm; Japanese Bantam, Pair 1st, W. Whether Homestead and Florida
t
Geo. T.
by a Davis of PhlladeJ-
three dollars Rutzke. City Will follow tuit depends on
Mikell the second prize, 1st Nesbitt Poultry Farm.
went to Ethel Mike; and the Barred Rock, Old Trio-let, J Game Bantam (Cornish), Trio- the sentiment exhibited at the phia. :

tbM prize, two dollar, to Billy .S. Lang. .lit, Martha Luekey. : meeting to be held Monday night The lecture, I* part of a (teatJewishChristian :
Strickland. Barred Rocks,, Hen-1st, 3 & R. C. Game Bantam.' Trlo-rlit, Improvement C contemplated In conference and J.iis

Ling; 2nd J. S. Lang; 3rd J, S. Noel Steffanl. the proposed bond: Issue include one of a series to be held imder '"
John William got the first prIM Lang. Say Bantam, Cock-1st, Phyllis a new building to house an adequate ..
for ripe tomatoes; Geo. W. Smith, Rhode Island Reds, Trio-lit, Am Gopp. gymnasium on one floor and the auspice ell the Friend of ;

first prize for green tomatoes; and Chas. Nesbltt. Silky Bantam, Hen-1st, Phyllis an auditorium on another con Israel, an organization sponsored

J. C. Craft first prize for turnips. Rhode Island Reds, Hens--1st, Ann Gopp. version of the pretent gymnasiumInto by the Miami Baptist Association t
The Rev. A. M. Vivien got second J. S. Lang; 2nd J. S. Lang. Silky Bantam, Pullet-1st, Mrs /* cafeteria. InitaUatlon of a which comprise 33 Baptist

prize for lettuce.Dr. Rhode Island Reds, Pullets- L. J. Oilman; 2nd, Mrs. L. J. heating system In the classrooms, churches Including the one at r
C. r. Robinson got first Gilman. general repairs to all buildings, '
Sweepstake, Max Loveland; 1st, Homestead Dr. J. E. Johnstone, .
prize for the best Individual exhibit -, Max Loveland; 2nd, Max Loveland Bantams Pair-1st, Blllie Dick- construction of bleachers for the pastor of the local cbu.rdhid.. .
of citrus fruit. Ralph Ruhl ; 3rd Max Loveland. I inson. athletic field and the outdoor

got first prize for papayas and I Rhode Island Reds, Cockerel Top-Knot Bantams, Pair-1st, stage, equipping of a new science
Agnes Ruhl second prize. I Sweepstakes, William Matthews;I Eleanor Sisk.Leghorn laboratory and the Installation ofa MORETHAN :

Mrs. J. L. Hickson wa given, 1st, William Matthews; 2nd William -' Bantam, Hen-1st, Gerald public address system -
first prize for her exhibit of tropical Matthews. Andrew (Continued from Page One) 1 f

fruits. White Rocks Trio-1st, Howard Seabrlght Bantams Pair-1st, J. "Rufus" Sullivan Joins of cactus, donated by Mrs BenArcher ,
Individual fruit award were a Kirby; 2nd, Lee Welssenborn. S. Lang. United States MarinesMiami and sold at the booth ofthe
follows: .I White Rocks, Hen-1st. Kenneth Lavendar Guineas Fair 1st, J Homestead Art Club brought i
Loquats-1st, W. K. Bass; 2nd Greer. S. Lan,. in a little over $8. {
Walter Rutzke; 3rd, Herman Rutz- White Breasted Guineas Pair 1 Feb. 18-David Ruther
White Rock, Pullets-1st, Lee -- Those who donated fruit for the t
ke. Welssenborn. 1st, J. S. Lang. I Sullivan, Jr., of Homestead, has Juice were: Frank B. Rue, Mrs.

Kumquata-1st, J- L. Hickson. Anconas, Trio-1st, M. L. Wat White Breasted Guineas Trio been accepted Into the United W. J. Krone, Mrs. Chas. W. Camp,
Pineapple oranges-1st, Mrs. E. 1st, J. S. Lan,. States Marine Corps, announces Major Herbert Katz, Dr. Carl F,

F Ray. enWhlt.lelhorn. Trio-1st, H. A. White Guinea Cock-1st, J. S. Staff Sergeant Stanley Gordon of Robinson, H. L Cook, J. R. Brook, ;
Blair the recruiting office Room 237,
Early Norris onnllat, Lang.
Aman; 2nd, Wesley Kelly. Subtropical Experiment Station, E.
Hickson. White Leghorn Hen-Sweep, Whit Guineas, Hens, Pair 1st, Post Office Building. A. Frcecher: and Mrs. W. D. Friend.
Temple' orange*-1st,. F. H. J. S. Lang; 2nd, J. S. Lang. I Sullivan la the son of Mr. and
stakes J. S. Lang; 1st, J. S. Lang; Cake were donated by Mr*. Lee '.
Rutzke; 2nd, J. L. Hickson. 2nd, J. S. Lang; 3rd, J. S. Lang. White Guineas, Pullets, Pair- Mrs. David R. Sullivan of Home H. Lehman Mrs. L. L, Chandler,
Valencia orange*-1st, Walter lit, J. S. Lang.J. stead. He was graduated from
White Leghorn Rooster-1st, H. Mrs. Frank Belt, Mr*. S. J.
Rutzke; 2nd, Richard Ball; 3rd, A. Aman; 2nd, Lester Kalch. S. Lang took first prize in the Homestead High School in 1838 Lynch, Mr*. A. Mayo, Mrs- Grace

Holllster Sage. S. C. Brown Leghorns, Cockerel1st following classes of Pigeons: ;and attended the University of Ward, Mrs. Frank W. Stillman,
King orange*-1st, Walter :Kitzke. Flying Homers Carriers Homer I Florida for one semester.
Lester Kalch; 2nd, Lester Mr*. Herman Mark, Mr*. ArvUla
Squabs, Blue Mondane>Cock, Blue : Sullivan has a fine physique,
Kalch; 3rd, Lester Kalch.S. Boeth and Mrs. Stewart Springer
Calamondin oranges-1st, J. L. Mondane female White Mondane and should make excellent mate-
C. Brown Leghorns Rooster Other donation included paint by
Hickson. -1st, Lester Kalch. cock, Cross bred female, Feather-(rial for the marines, said Sergeant the Homestead Variety Store oilcloth
Dancy \an.erlDea-1st, S. D- MeSwecney -. leg cock, Lavendan White Kings Gordon.
,
S. C. Brown Leghorn, Cockerel1st by McCzory'i Five and Ten .
; 2nd Dr. Robinson. White Mondane pair), Silver i The Marine Corps la now accepting -
Lester Kalch; 2nd, Lester Cent Store, and 300 paper cups
Oneco tangerines-1st, Blair Kalch. King Cock, Yellow Carneaux, Silver married men it they are by Mrs. Newman.To .
I
Hickson; tad J. R. Hickson; 3rd, S. C. Buff Leghorns, Cockerel King (pair), Long Lace tumblers between the ages of 17 and 30 and these donor and to the wom-
Mrs. J. R. Hickson. Yellow Carneaux (pair). can get a' written release from
I 1st Lester Kalch; 2nd, Lester en who served the booths where
Dr. Rob. their wives, and who have already
Thornl4lnaDlelolat men
Bald
Read tumblers Checkered -
Kalch; 3rd Lester Kalch. sale were mad for the benefit of
inaon. I Light Sussex Old Trio-1st, Carneaux Silver King female, registered for the selective the South Dade Red Cross sewing
Sampson tangelo-1st, Dr. Rob- Robert Seymour. Blacktalled Giant hen Blacktailed service are also eligible for enlistment unit, the sincere thank of the

inson. Light SussexYoung Trio-1st, Giant Cock, Tipplers Rollers and in the marine, he said. club I* extended, Mrs. Frotcherlaid.
Duncan grapefruit 1st, Walter Robert Seymour. Roller Cock. .

Rutzke; 2nd, J. D. McSweeney; Black Minorca, Hen-1st, Rob- The money will be used to keep

3rd Richard Ball ert Blackburn; 2nd,.Robert Black- Law Keeps ChildrenOf itt3lf the Red Cross sewing unit In upplle -
Seedless grapefruit-1st. Walter "

Rutzke; 2nd, J- L. Hickson; 3rd, burn.Black Andalusian, Hen-1st, 14 and 15 in School *.
Dr. Robinson. '
"
Lanf
J. S.
Guavss-1st, Herman Rutzke; Tallahassee Feb. 19-A child of '
Buff Orpington, Hen-1st. Rob- I
2nd, Walter Rutzke. 14 or IS may not be excused from EXPE '
ert Blackburn; 2nd Robert Black C UPKEEP
CUT DOWN
Citron-1st, J. I* Hickson. I burn. school for work except for employment #
Persian lime*-lit, J. L. Hick- : within his own ,.
son: 2nd, J. W. English; 3rd, J. tang Light 2nd Brahma J. S. Hen-1st, J. Attorney General Tom Watson today /; No hurry-up Lubricating Job
; ; Lang. '
R. Byrum.Rangpur.' Light Brahma, RoosterC-lst, S'I advised state labor and school / ever leave this station. No irate
1st E. F. authorities. In
limes- Mrs. S. Lang. an opinion directed car owners ever have to hustle
Ray to State School Superintendent
Ponderosa lemons-J. L. Hick- Cornish Game, Cockerel-1st, J. Colin i English and State Labor -! back here-to complain. Wesave

S. Lang. Inspector T. H. Hutchinson, you Umeure. But by

son.Eureka lemons;' 1st and 2nd, Bronze Turkey, Young Pair- the attorney general said the child) I expert work, up-to-date equip-

.R. C. McDonald. 1st Mrs. S. B. Rohrer; 2nd, W. labor law mOf 1>41 prohibit chi -; _lJ me It pays-t Jul
Schmidt avocados-1st, W. K. Rutzke; 3rd Mrs. S. B. Rohrer. dren working in school'

Walton Nurseries; 2nd South Bronze Turkey, Old Pair-1st, hours, except as domestics or on''
Florida Growers; 3rd, W. K. Wai. Mrs. S. B. Rohrer. the farm of their parent, and that I I
ton Nurseries the school code cannot authorize!I
White Holland
Turkeys Pair- TEXACO ONESTOPDONE
Itzamana avocados-1st, Walton county school superintendents to''
I lit, Eugene Ingram.
Nurseries; 2nd. Soul World excuse children from school for
Growers. i Turkey lien and Poult*-1st, A. general employment AND KISSAM Props.
W.
Harris avocado*-1st, Walton Lindgren. North Krone Avenue Homestead, Florida
Nurseries. Muscovey Ducks, Pair-1st, W.

Lulu avocados lat, HolllsterSage. Rutzke.

Mohran Ducks, TrIo-lit Mrs. sIT

Taylor avc Jo*-1st, South S. F. Mathews; 2nd, MrsS.. F.

Florida Grow.. Mathews. I DR. C. H. DENBY
Poi Award Mallard Ducks, Old Trio-1st,
: N. Hampihin tied. Old TrIo-

\ let Charles St e; 2nd, John Van .
MilL : Osteopathic Physician

; : N. Hampshire) Reds, Young

f J Trio-1st. DaN Smith; 2nd. M. A. EXPERT Phone 39Homestead .'

Baker; 3rd. Mrs. Louise Baker. I 1
N. Hampshire Reds Rooster Fla. :
I I ;
Sweepstake, Kenneth Greer; 1st BARBERINGBUSH'S

Kenneth Greer;; 2nd, Richard Ball .- A8TONISir'a "" (Orer Crown' Mug Store) tia
N. Hampshire Red, Cockerel' } .
", Kenneth Greer.N. nnkeut. lie limy r jple wt- MOW they

Hampshire Reds, Hen-1st, ..... lit could have failed for so long, to

Tom Drawdyi lad, Kenneth Clear; .......... ......)---- get have discovered Chiropractic' re '*

ard, Francis Frolbeio. ........ (JWIaaW... ISO Yet And here 1* Chiropractic,
-.. Hampshire Reds. Pullet -1st Singe littradal Inviting you to "disc ere it* The T7orJ. Nn 'n Through
blessings, if youneU. .' o othr-
Robert Blackburn: Sad Charles
THE QMS-TUN SCIENCE MONITORA
Stole; 3rd Richard Prothero. IN'ro4w school of correction offers ChIro-
rack 'Ie practic's technique. Come and J.I.T.&fullWl" Ness feprr
N. Hampshire Redo Chkks-1st.
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Os bkaa .e heIaI.- learn what Chiropractic, alone 'b Trar .l..;t..Ooa---.t.'n Fm. Ron giasarliail.xi ; ,
can and will dot J ..-',..*.< DR.M.A.BERGER .-... lieKnow" I t..am.4.T....... *.!, > WetU -e..r.. r .the* Mheur '
Tribe_ I" ROVES hash r hoses Newsp.e Ptow.. :

x 644Nlitltt.43St6toI 'Y"- :.;. s.-: ill" Soda, --4....

,.Dentist tw WUrK 1.3* te lit 3 le CJISudan Cm. Norway Straw. Baum. Mardm.are -<

ay AppWateaeat Price lit.00 Y rir. e. fl (10'. MonthLa.dq
1 sadadlw M* kM feeaon, *Z.M a Yea*.
Fit NMhnal 1 1, Bank BarberShop Dr. R. J. Elliott lamed .ryi Ota i IMMS 23 CUM. '
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