Title: The leader-enterprise
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 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: February 27, 1942
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00531
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
lccn - sn 95047482
lccn - sn 95047482
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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il $10,000 for Heating Schools SAVING IN TRANSPORTATIONTO j jI




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! ;0. OAT: MASS j Told Us BELL OF CHURCH I Chambers The MI'mlCoral of -Commerce- have Gables requested -

Senator Ernest R. Graham
TO. TAKE PLACE Miami's
"ambassador to
THAT the only sirens operating her now are those that endanger -
MEETING HERE Washington", to place before the
the heart, not the car drums.
I OF FIRE SIREN, army and navy procurement heads
the saving In transportation that
THAT the head of a eertela municipal light and water
Unanimous sentiment In favorof can be effected If Persian limes
voting a, $123,000 bond Issue sVpartmeBi wh received Belle wttM a week from the times The bell from the old Southern from Florida are used Instead of
Bent May tor two new school be registered far UM tt-4 draft, that be had been pet .. Methodist Church building will be equivalent kinds of fruit from

buildings, installation of heating Clam I-A. was we-rfcken at she speed exhibited until IM Installed atop II hose-drying tower I California.The .
behind the fire station to take the action was taken at th
systems and improvements to discovered that he bad received mall iBlmded for a gentle *
place of the city ball !
siren In
existing buildings., was expressed suggestion of Harold Kendall of
Monday night at a meeting of taxpayers .aa at ester bf the same name, wise bad registered to UM sounding fire alarm Goulds, one of the Redland Dis
of the Homeitead-riorida tt-SS draftTHAT Until then, volunteer firemen trict's largest" shippers of Persian
City special tax school district in will have to be called to duty by limes. 4
Neva telephone, for blowing of the siren The Redland District Chamber
King Cooper auditorium
tt if not only matter of weeks until
a now wings over
discontinued
at the city hall was
August Geiger, Dade County ot Commerce director( wilt take
chool architect, will spend Homestead will,be those of gigantic proportions-and bound FOR this week, in accordant with decision similar action at a meeting tonight *
today
,,*hl Homestead with school trustees not from enemy to tmtery. v . : ,, / of,.the ..DadCountx, Defense W h*.. .... .
and officials preparatory to drafting Council to forbid the use of Mr Kendall said it was pointedout
final cost estimates of the various -I I II sirens for any purpose other than to Senator Graham that
projects to be covered by REGISTRATION :Parents Evenly Divided air raid or blackout warnings. whereas It would take 800 carloads -
the bond issue.Tentative I On War Time for SchoolA Ambulances using Homestead of fruit nine days to come
estimates Include the streets this week also relied 011 from California, Florida could get
following: CLOSES MONDAY questionnaire sent to parents regular automobile horns instead that quantity of Persian limes to
Construction of new auditorium -' of Homestead school children to .f their sirens to clear traffic out army and navy supply centers
$40,000.Construction. FOR PRECINCTS ascertain their sentiment for or of their path cvernlfht by truck.
of new gymnasium against maintaining present school In -uditl'to the appeal sent
$50,000. hour under the recently adoptedwar V the cliai..ocrs of commerce, In-
TO REVISE pJ tAN
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Converting present gymnasium time resulted in answers so divlf il growers have been askedto
into cafeteria, $15,000. Precinct registration books will evenly divided that no change is write St.iator Graham giving
Installation of be kept open until late Mondayafternoonand FOR taelr suggestions as to argumentsthat
heating system,I in the of contemplated at present WAR\ EFFORTOF
flO.OOO. case B M. Hindman, principal of the may be mad In favor of the
Homestead until $ o'clock
Other improvements, Including Monday local schools, said that answers use of Persian limes by the army
(Continued on Page Seven) ,1 night, It was said her yesterday from parents of high school students IIIGII SCHOOLS and navy,
After Monday, voters will have to
were slightly in favor of Negotiation now, Mr. Kendall
to the office of Carl Holmer
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maintaining the present'war t'-n I "olnte'1 out may result In actlon-ln
TAKE MORE MATH 1,0.. supervisor of registration at schedule while answers from ....r. Fothe PUr= of revising tr May ..id June when a large cropo
court house In Miami, in orderto ents of elementary school children cur .ala) of Flo-Ida high cho*' Pecan limes will be available
register and thus become eligible gave a bar majority for reverting for "xt yen :e school of tic I.... and ..ien IM weather will begin
ADVICE OF DEAN for voting in the May primaries to standard time. and leading act1 prlncl. Ms are I Ie t be' favorable for the UM of
and in the general election r holding i meefy.4 iml March limes.
next November. II at the Dad Counts uchool Administration Redland District fruits and
TO YOUTH TODAY W. B. Caves, registration deputyin MANSLAUGHTERTRIAL building vegetables are part of the diet ot
Homestead said yesterday that I Rm.-Jlon of courses will be made the soldiers guarding the Oversea
,only 485 had registered in this IS I I toet changing requirements Highway from her to Key West.
Youth of military age should precinct thus far. Registrationtwo SLATED >>"-ught about by the necessity ol Negotiations Initiated by Lieut
be advised to remain In school or years ago showed 1,000 votersin tea trI, boys and girls subject L. M. Sparks, commander of the
at their job until they are officially this precinct. FOR GEO.G. DAVIS I whit i will fit tiu.ni for their Homestead unit, with the assistance
notified that they are needed, Mr. Caves, who has the registration I places la the total war effortB. of Secretary Kit Carson of
aid Foster E. Alter, dean of men books in the county agent's : M. Hindman, principal of the Redland District Ci. Tiber of
at the University of Miami! In a office next to the city ball, will George O. Davis, Homesteadfruit the Homestead and Florida City Commerce resulted In arrangements
talk to the Homestead Rotary keep them open Saturday night inspector, charged with manslaughter 'schools, la on the program to lead here, for a steady supply of
Club Wednesday noon at 1U week- as long as people come to register, la the death of W. H. a discussion in social ..tudles.Writer's (Continued on Page Seven)
ly meeting In Legion HaB. h* said. On Monday night be Casterlin who was fatally Injured
Speaking on how and what to will keep the office. open until when a car driven by Davis col-
(Continued on Pag*.Seven). ( o'clock.Called lided'wltt Cast-rlin's! near Hone- Choice of Redands. for Home I

stead Feb: I, was held "for further
investigation' by toe verdir1 ota Tolu by Colnmnisi, I ::10. Nt T. papers
Dances With Change Partners
1- I coroner's Jury.her* last night -..-

To Enliven 'Program of "Barn" Stir; *" Justice of the Pac aid L. Ken. M Clayton S dgwick Cooper, It ___ ':A. .$I "T' ..opers. B-'',
'rick remanded .
Davis to the natContlnued recur t addition to > Re<*lat4 ....et frinds. j friends nat
j ( on Page Sever.* i Dist.!cI'. gwin, list of dietsat theirs rrm: ryw here'lf'Ii.
No"'squar'dancing It plannedfor act-a >matter oK ceremonies. resid'.ta, wa tv. "'b ..t *t two "people roamed the tr* >
th*' barn.dance to be given' .Th.master CtftIIIOI eI..m :TiIE'WEATDER e* forge Ma'hew: ATo for yet M
Woman's Club"ol also_remind the Jadis la attendance sir i Talk in 1" MI. il Heraldof Wow Elizabeth Cooper Is ltvln
l' ky this Junior .
that th*'soldiers of the Second Official weather report lit 'eb. II. The ..'mow columnist in RrSUndi Fla, on her 8' i '
Homestead tomorrow night la the Battalion, Uth'.,..S. Infantry, subtropical ''EJrper1mnt 6tal1en; Jose daily ini J f.ddi-" ito I put. if plsn.-.'jn, and she .A
r Chamber ft Coaxnerc buil-tng. who are quartered in the Chamber Home teed:. F1orida. A """-"8I'C5't had the 'fag A* that she tt,. a she has red
but, oec.... .1 dance In' t .;cisx of Commerce building; are guestsof balm arob. ': log to try abort Ut anted woman 1,:'orpir-.>-llvHg la the "{.-t of
direotloni *1U. be called ) a honor I. t-\\ 1 n bar .''. ">
y : at tomorrow nights ar < moved here frf aMian creative act 4. *r ou< those
matter of ceremonies for changes' dance and that each lady I* expected Feb gj-'I= U 80.01 1.18Feb. Beach: who' -o.Jt .wests tn hv
'. of partners win be a get-acquaint. to ask some soldier to have It 0.01 "1 have a frtenc In Florida scenes jig to do 'aid.* the cover
\ ed feature of the event : at least one dance with her. This Feb. 4, I whom 1 have known for anr of .w shine anu In partnership
The dance will be called over a men of the llth Infantry arrived Feb 12// 10 121.75 yean=Elizabeth tprr whon with productive earth.
public address system by Jack In Homestead.. than two weeks rob E f $0 12U41{ 1.11 husband, Clayton Sdgwck Cooper Tew writers that I have known
n Xrneman, a prominent member ago and the Junior Woman's Club Fab. 48 121.111 was one of the best friend haT the punch and natural ex-
,oaf the Miami Lions Club, who.will '(Continued on*Page Seven) .' any one could have.When lit lived, (Continued on page Seven)



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Local_ . Blackberry, StlmcxraE[ : + a4. . ..'.rf. l t{'I ,..:;Gt..' tlie; 'af ;..atadWjIikiay1ieasel'
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;"T. '."," .infarmatieaa

Wylces elf be held *t >,p. m. 'ieetlar:".. .
;DEFENSE BONDS today to Tuner fiuer t.**seller ad.Pig eAt.";-All' 14e i iMa Mir 111411100ft $0sr
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;...- !!1IIt') .Martyn+ t>or,7T;; MnBMI! lilt 7nrss, ;,. .+t.L rtea-J art. w4va.e r vpi;
Homestead -firms: whoa* .roftayee Wednesday night f ale'bomeonL.ngdew tn:arohesiy.ul ; l elaitiat.a Rio'b Bj

1 ere .ipMd -up log .per read four:.tail**.aoutb*1 maged, ta Ukic 4werk, Lit.ttnctH tvtlrse taut-i3.al s 'fofonlhitiaMSty Z'El
-*'ent for MUry allotments for west of !! uliiJ.Ja charge will 1 1e the attetrttet !cf son David FJlr-I nu
di_ of pur. p PIe'Bev T. A. Fet ttuao. paJ child lamosif> bMtfoulturaL *nTboUnloaJfexpejt.wbH !...d f fej }..ot the FBLActjrity : ;
detente bond
were n- uidhridual
i tor of the Homestead Methodist swages j at t* thefe to,
Bounced, follows by' Proton B. Church, with the Key Ceo E. Coconut'prove; In a large. measure -to DM :,

Bird, chairman for this area: Deuel assist &. AirUl will be In Mr Lyon was" a director of a I j, ,ulli blUtt !W' the, public In not,
Hector Supply Company, F I C. Palm Cemetery at NTsranJa Methodist church choir for near/!:.requiring them to establish their,
Fertilizer Company, Brocket Lumber A horticulturist with** bent for 40 yean In Michigan,.and his son,.I
experimental, propagation,, Mr. Qrvlngi*" no* director of the
Company, Armour Fertilizer I Lyon won wide recognizatlon in Homestead Methodist Church
Comnny, Dixie Drug Store, ,horticultural circle a* developer choir. The four Lyon brother I
Homestead Haberdashery, Franklin of the Lyon blackberry. He wa are popular for their quartet Right For Florida . .
Grocery Company and Preston, born in Clinton County neai St. singing and they pent the sum
B. Bird Motor Company Johns, Mich., and his early life mer of 1934 singing the Chicago
I was spent on a fruit farm. Laterhe World Fair.
In a bulletin for block chair- became a salesman for i medical Mr and Mrs. Lyon celebratedtheir SPORTS COAT!
men, Mr. Bird has the following I supply company golden wedding anniversary

to My regarding the drive: Attracted to this district by In 1940. They were married on
"The Japi an on the march and I!the climate, Mr. Lyon \* to Aug 1890. At the bedside of Mr.
Longview In 1919 with-'tils wife Lyon when he died were his wife,
the Nazi submarines are working 1 and four sons, Irving J., Y'r'l Cora E., his four sons, and a
overtime. Have you kept up with I Harold and Donald. He began experimental daughter-in-law, Mrs. Virgil 4r"
the newspaper reports? Are you fruit 'and vJWr10lbie Lyon, a trained nurse, who .at- SMART 14 r ra
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aware the government needs your I growing and developed hi J, 'i'Qu, :ended him during his illness t FINISHED-SHETLAND '
help to combat the evil forces whom 1j "
knocking at your door? ? WOOLENS J, 1
Local'Scouts Drive
Start Salvage :
-The answer for some Is yes
The answer for others is yet., to4 e t'1
-when time will permit. With Art !McKee_ as New. Scoutmasteralready.beep

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"Almost.all .the firm In Homestead '
have been canvassed on the Plan for an extended campaignto tppropriated. .
.,alary allotment plan for buying j collect old papers, scrap metals The average,; American eon-
defense bonds and a number have and other salvage-were made ,rata suraesmore than'.two 'hundred
tome through like soldiers Let'sget reorganization meeting of Home pound .oi. pp *...IU W17..vea,.
behind this necessary duty and 'stead Troop No. 25, Boy Scout of during .normal.times.'. This- mean
give our soldiers, Tailors: marines America, Monday night,whenArt. thai although '{b.. 111 te f. States .i
and pilot something to work with I McKee,.. city recreational director produce*"nearly hiU' the nation's
"Block chairmen in the salary was installed a* acting scoutmaster paper supply, its .en allotment campaign are: Post- The meeting, attended by 19 appetite atwayj.required. huge
office block Howard Johnson; scouts, war held'at the municipal Importation. from abroad. Many,
Fertilizer Row, Adrian Jacobs; swimming pool. of our foreign paper ,source have
Daniel Block, Max Loaner; City "The office of production management been shut off by the war. Faced
Hall Block, Chas O Turner; has sent out another ap- with this situation, we have no
Theatre Block,J, W Roland; Dime peal for Boy Scout all over the choice but to cut down on every
Store Block, Paul Loaner; Hotel j country to redouble their effortsIn day paper con.umptlol.nd to
: Redland Block, E. H. Gallaher.i collecting from all possible begin saving large chunks 'of the 1095Come
Caves Bldg, north on both sidesto sources any scrap mefals and pa- waste paper now lost In.our wastebaskets ar
Turner comer, W. H. Bishop pers of any description," Mr. McKee and fireplace'
"Some more block chairmen are said "and Homestead scout Several new scout were voted
needed for unlisted blocks Will mean to respond 100 per cent. into the troop and a temporaryi In and look these over Y
you volunteer" "Everyone Is urged to save any Junior staff was organized Two the new wide wale herringbones -
IFuneral old. metals or paper and have I I new patrols, the Panthers, consisting .
+ soft-toned resort plaids,
Services them ready for the scout car whenit of the older scouts, and r 4
Held / and smart new solid shade t
makes it* rounds. the Flying Eagles, made up of
For 1\In. Cora Wilson you d guess their price at dollars -
"The paper shortage descended younger scouts, were organized l
more. We think them exceptional -
upon the nation so rapidly and Another patrol is to be organizedat r
Mrs Cora Wilson, 50, who at the price, in fabrlu a
came the
unexpectedly that relatively few next meeting. to be held
to Homestead last year from persona understand why paper- at 7:30: next Monday night at the style and tailoring. Sjzes 34
Stearns, Ky., died in a Miami hospital saving Is really vital to national swimming pool. ; to 44.t ,

Tuesday. Funeral services ,defense", the new scoutmaster Special attention I I. to be given j
were held Wednesday night In the pointed out. by the troop to practice In sig CONTRASTING SLACKS .
chapel of a Miami funeral home. "Here area few reason why, nalling by the use of flags, lights {
Fine all wool gabsrt
The body wa aent. to Stearns for released by Leon Henderson, price 'and Morse code Mr. McKee said, : -
dines In
new o'Jd/jOQ !
burial
|administrator: Mr, McKee is a brother of s \
I \ I shades and neat O
She la survived by her husband, "Vital parts of planes, guns and Charles B. McKee, assistant scout t
W C. Wilson, her parents Mr and i stripes, 28-44. tt
tanks must be wrapped In protective executive of the Quapaw Area
Mrs N. V. King of Pine Knot, Ky..: paper after they are made. Council, Boy Scouts of America, \ Buy on Sears Easy Terms
four sons, Lawrence and W. C., I Even a small pursuit plane contains (I Little Rock, Ark.. and editor of t
Jr., both of Homestead, Truby H. i more than 20,000 parts, each j I the Quapaw Ares Scouter, Boy I Styled RIGHT-Mads RIGHT ''r
,and Valdese, both of Pine Knot; i lot which must be wrapped In Scout newspaper. Priced RIGHT w
three daughters, Mrs Alma Williams
paper while awaiting final assembly I i
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of Homestead, Mrs Ruby Joe: "He went blind from drinkIng ,
Young of Madison, N. C., and Mrs \ About two million pounds of coffee"
Valda Daugherty Strunk, Ky; ,paper are consumed for every five |I Bill: "Whoever heard of such a .t
four brothers, Lawrence and Alon- billion dollar the government thing How did it happen"
so King, both of Miami, Paul of I spends for defenm More than !! Joe: "He left his spoon 'In tin 1
Rockwood Tenn., and George of I fifty billion defense dollars have i I cup."-ExHQM.E t
El Paso, Texts; two sisters Mrs New Line of
Lora Vickery and Mr. W H. Cor-
dell, both of Pone Knot and nine i Tropical Worsted Suits $19.75 t

grandchildren. I ,
Biscayne Bird, at 11th St., Miami t.

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FLA. AND SHOP : HER 91.:31.SAT.

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Break of 11lorn"COFFEE Armour's Star Can

: Ib. 23c TFRESH MEATS Corned Beef 23c

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Carnation 3 tall cans STEAKS lb. 30c
Premier Qt.bottle
Vi or Whole
UK. ', ,.-' 23c. -,_Lamb, ShoulderIb.aOc TomatoJuiceZlcMerrill's
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,,_. LIMit '-, ,COUNTRY ROLL BUTTER,Ib. 38cSM
Street'. ". .':. ", '
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:PEAS, ,:, -can, .- ,''life. :OlEO.:''.. :;Ih. 20c Meat Spread Sc' .
FANCY BEEFChuck
;Premier 14 oz.bottle Roast, lb. 3fc Household 3 boxes

KETCHUP 19c FRESH PORK MATCHES lie
Neck Bones, 3 lb. 25c

DEL MONTE COFFEE (limit) lb. Z5c

Pure cow sit Pure nos RED BLISS 10 lb.

SYRUP 40c LARD ',a; 73c POTATOES 25c


Pancake Premier Flour, pkg. 9c, Fruits and Vegetables


My-T-Fine ,BANANAS 4 lb.I.Sc

DESSERTS--pkg. 5c LETTUCE Ige. head C

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Armour's Star CABBAGE lb.
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Pork. & Beans'2 2c large '23c ,

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Fresh Florida. '

EGGS, - doz, 38c I"CARROTS 2 bunches 15C:

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Dixie Lily. 1 ,' .. Lie. pkg. 95ce CLEANSER. 3:tans ,13c:

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Pa e Four TlAVVIZPT An LEADER AND ENTERPRI3E FridaY'. February 27.164Lt ;


......o..o..Nato..Y.N..Nato..............a......"......... I milUIiUllb"RDIDDIIIIIRUII
HOMESTEAD LEADER CU-RRENtC 1

I ,, 1. FULLER'S FULMINATIONS
1 AND ENTERPRISE
20. Years
COMMENT By FULLER WARREN AgjTlM

.KM A.CHIS ____TrmUmt II' Unto ....... ............-..........r............................--.. .

AJUOIIIS LtACR V.ntriuiiUfy By AGNEW WEttaUlWt I tr' .., on down here to In the past year 50,000 more automobiles -: Mtewtae torn M MM < 1, '.
I nt Tim mi bees ,... UM ., tfc* 11_ ,
V BumWtk .... woes trot.."..: Washington, IX C. today from have shown up in Washington -: ......rIte ..totw..d n... n m.,

+' b P.UM_.."South.,._ >U4...<*.r fuMUklM> It HMMIM4.c-_Pit. ---be to r"Posooms his "O.we at .asteaoo.- New York, where I was snowbound streets. But they probably I :..the.+ 0.t.mouth a, 11..14 lost. wtu";:'it...., .
kfc ...._. A_ __ for I couple of days while won't last much longer Stood Lt: .
OBRCHIPTION BATE MltoM to Arow w...... MS ft. .. Mending the Base Ball Writer'sannual or I
U B.4. Crass ." eerie more, auu* ri*. .that is, the tire won't These 11i111119YHIJlllllllllllllllllillmllll'Lee ;
0kM .( nods 0na1F_ .,... banquet can win probably soon be
Either you ere paying the.$3 t The nation's supplanted '
Is '
>_ M w o eat rliM MO mMOT capitol nearlya by bicycles. The imminent Lehman's father left foil
fink II. II1S. M : M ifflM ata..toad per capita war coat or somebody cold M the Arctic Circle. Birds his home in Illinois '
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H Fkirhta, the Mt .< return of bicycles will, Wednesdays
..... a. ",.. is helping you do sal are walking around on the ground other evening after a month's stay b
among things, produce a
a like chickens because
it is too cold
---I generation of strong legs. It re- Fred Link returned Tuesday'sfrom '
The World Is Full of Roses That report brought In by the to fly. The air Is colder than aIplnater' quires considerable wind on the Big Pine Key where he haul
Dade County trend advocating kiss. The only really
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Jury,
farming
part of the rider to propel a bi- operations.
Br Annie Mayhew Fltipa ., the lioenilng of gambling:; hot thing here is the air a few cycle. -"The M. C. Hsrdee *
should be framed, and hung In the fervent statesmen are emitting In Farma]
The world Is full of roses but the United Telephones are being used In I rolled a ear of tomatoes We
States
Hall of Shame. Wonder if they I Senate chamber,
what about the thorns, I ever heard of certain Florida laws and even that cools rapidly after Washington aa they have never I day, the first of what they hope to']
And the mealey bugs arid bumble governing this and that have coming out. been used baton Every tele- be a very prosperous season.
we I
lees and beetle with their J forthright righteous governor There are more people here than phone booth ls filled to capacity, I -The Royal Palm Truck,"!
horns? named Holland the Apostle John saw In his renowned with a long line waiting outside. Association will get off a car of]
th.1(I e eDo Revelations on the Isle Approximately 1,800,000 tele- fancy tomatoes Friday, their first]
The world l II full of and I Iroses
roses I, you recall Senor Agulnaldo, of Patmos (Revelations 1.9): It phone calls are made a day inWashington. solid car this year. The Home-
full of dew.They're |[ head( of the 1899 Philippine uprising ,is easier to get I large loan without Telephone I calls are I stead Growers' Association InJunction COlI
also full of perfume that ? He's at it again by help. ; security from the BiddIe Blink running about 30% higher than' with r. A. Femter of]
promotes hay fever, too. Ing the Jape. He never did. like than It II to get a room Ina hotel a year ago They are rushing In I'Florida! City will get up another]
Well, let's pass up the roses. but U S. iere. I stayed in an attic fart fresh telephone operators to Washington i j i car of tomatoes." a'"Miss
owing fast to the dew light. If like they do reinforcements
:you're coming to Washington I I I Gertrude Willlm who!
For "the dew li \I1t.of Heavenly Reeo-.1 that I suggest that to the front line defenses : in
this war will you bring I|jli teaching the Homestead]
Jove that drips for m. and .
you. I be 'the air, the federal along some blankets, fire-wood, There Is so much crowding here ', schools spent the week-end wither ]
towel Rt fixed upon two and a tentWashington that they have started campaign j': parents at Hallandale."

Our Tire { miller.. !, II its air force. If growing faster to persuade "parasites" to leave I'I I"E.. A. Ennls Is enjoying al
than any other city Jn America. the city 10 as to make their livv' from his cousin, A. J. tnnJsj,
I have Just brought home our The St. Petersburg Independent In November 1941 there were Ing quarters available for govern jot'I Ottawa, Canada." 1

tire.It bal abolished giving away Its Issue 200,000 federal employees, alone, mans workers There b quite a I II i f "Luther Chandler got so excited -
I II not new. It has no white on those days on which the In the District of Columbia, at bit of argument about Just who I s over the boy who arrived the]
ilde-walls. Yet how beautiful It sun does not shine. During the least 73,000 greater than during parasite. Some unkind persons 20th that he 'plumb' forgot to]
I. It If like a great'shining pieceof 31 :years it followed this practice the last war. In April, 1940, Wash have suggested that the 34,000 tell us about him. Luther L, Jr.,"!
licorice when a boy li on the it was called upon to make good ington had a population of 660,. people who are on the government la doing well at last reports"
way 'to school. Remember the on 148 afternoons.Miami's 000. It leaped to almost 800,000\payroll as publicity men should be "After several weeks' nego ltiatlons.
little window of the little candy a by> last November, or, with suburbs classed M parasites, and ..orderedto M.... J M, Holcomb has]
shop, You always topped to i new city manager, Al- included, to more than 1,000- leave the city. taken over the dry goods department -!
look. Strapi of black, lison B. Curry of Coral Gables, 000. Of course, that does not Include There are something like 4.000taxJcabe of the Homestead Menan-
.nd at their best leather7-1 I has begun to "elean house", or as : the teeming thousands whore here, to say nothing of!I, tile. . ." -
hung at the back of the (I the Herald puts It "smash city temporarily here "on the countless street can and lnnum- | -"Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Brockettll
Only one who recrjls how good hall politics. Man, can't you I make". I've seen enough of these erable busses More than 80,0 00 l of North Haven, ConiL, are visit-
they looked when he didn't bays.' hear the volume of curses, walls, !n hotel lobbies, alone, to win an vehicles passed an intersection I I I ins Mr. and Mrs Andrew Clinton]
penny knows how good I r e- groans gnashing of teeth and election' with It they would all hen In 24 hours, according to at their home on Broadway. Mrs|
treaded tire look today. creaking of political levers being vote right actual count. Brocket is a sister of Mn. ClIn-|
It I could have left the tire at used You made It work there ton. This Is the Brocket flrat'trip !
the dealer'i for Just one more 1 I I but Miami? That's something else 75 acres of cane on the prison to Florida." (Florida City; ).|
night he would have mounted It on again. farm, at the lower edge of Lako -"On Friday afternoon )sirs.
THE INCOME TAX
the wheel for me. But I laid no.I 1 e e Okeechobee. There has also been I Lee Lehman entertained a num.J
. Every week for more than I Old Ike says, "I seed by the talk of one or two "co-op." mini her of her friend at a card psrty.4; !
4/ month, and twice in the fourthweek '' pipers that a Miami feller has 14 being erected. Considerable cane, . Those who were Invited were,
and three times In the fifth,I'I Jobs l ; durned shame to spread out grown by outsiders, Is sold to the Many farmer win be liable for] Mrs. J. Wilson Edwards, Mrs.
one man ao thin when .a lot uv us big mill filing income tax: returns and payment 1 JA.' Tomllnson, Miss Julia Tomlln-
. of tax for the first time this
t need work"% ton, Mrs James Kyle, Mn. Will| _
' won't be ready today." I had begun Florida Grower magazine says I year. The term "farmers" Includes Myeri, Mrs. Hobard Brockett, 1
N to doubt there was such I I I Some people hope to win the that of last year's grapefruit crop livestock raisers, fruit and 1 Hubert Potter, Mrs. Horace PoUj
tire. And then carne the happy war with their mouths but most M per cent went into cans, either truck growers, and operators. of I Wltrasc Leonard Chapman, Mrs
ending that one finds In fairy tales: I others believe a gun li more efficient as Juice or pulp, while IS per cent plantations and ranches. and Mn. Eddy An 1j
"Your tire li ready. Drive in ..nyI I'I of our orange crop was similarly Farmers may maintain' their I:deson." (Florida City)
time."' treated. records and file their returns of "Miss Ruby Leach spent the 4

Anytime was right then. "Wl I People who agitate me are the income on either the cash receipts I:week-end with Mr*. J. M. Leach.".
you leave It over night so we can I public speakers who struggle to You'll be eating the new vegetable and disbursements basis or on the I (Florida City)
mount it?" I thought of the cup get the next word or thought: celtuce, some day soon as 1 It accrual basis of accounting. A -''(}. W. Moon has mode a pre_|
and the lip. I thought of what I' they get out a search warrant with 11 well adapted to Florida soil consistent method must however, ant to the school (Homestead
unprecedented Unexpected, un ihs and unhs. It Is a Chinese vegetable of which be employed. It. cash basis is school) library of ten volumes ol lithe
prepared-tor things, have been I e e the leaves may be used as a salad used, Form, 1040F, "Schedule of Encyclopedia Brlttanlca, whlchj
happening lately. I laid, "No "Save paper", is the new warcry. while the stalks must be peeled Farm Income and'Expenses: ," li ,,11 very greatly appreciated." -
thanki. I'll take It home The postmaster general's re and eaten as is or cooked. required to be filled out and filed """ "High School (Homestead):;
So kere it If. My wife looked port shows that last year 75,000 In conjunction with Form 1040. honor roll for the month ending *
surprised when she opened th. tone-yea TONS-of It were print Some wag once said that In timeof I Deductions from gross Income Friday, January 27. 1922: Senior'"'" I
ed and sent through the malls free trouble class: Nadine Chambliss, Vivian ,
front door, Just M she would if X he believed In cutting may be made by farmers as necessary
had brought home an unexpected under some congressman's fran! and shooting-tutting for homoand all Free, Esther Livingston Dorothy
guest to dinner. And lust M if Wouldn't that be a fine place to shooting under the bed. expenses other, amounts expended Tower. Junior class: Vernon Pike:
; begin this economy? I ( than those constituting AKerda Seby Edna Smith, Mary ,
the tire were the unexepcted guestahe Mighty life procedure at. that J
I e e e capital expenditures) in 5
Immediately acted ai the were a Tower. Sophomore class: Wesley.,
not surprised at alt' Octavus Roy Cohen told a Miami Florida sand heretofore considered carrying on the business of farm Matthews. Catherine Sheffield, '
She understood. Of course. 'I audience that the first one of his useful only as a builders' aid, ing. Deductions for expenses Include Myrtle Webster Freshman class *
there's a beck door on our house Florien Sloppy Negro dialect sto for bathing beaches or getting instourists' o such Items M cost of feeding Claude Campbell. Kathlyn Drew,
verj convenient and appropriate lei was worn out by handling Is show, has been found to and raising liWltoctrexcept the Ollie Robertson, Rose Tower Leona -
to bring Urge equipment through. It pissed from one editorial ofI have a commercial UM: a Tampa value of farm produce grown upon Matthews." "<
, Grecerlei, firewood the gas I flee to another, always comlnt university professor has found the'fjnn and the labor of the to x-T-i. L. Mills Jr., ..rrfM'Tb.adtJ' ,!
, and cat'are required to .tale back with a "Not availably" slip. that it con.....- three''metals ef pawU.; .! t. pf ,lied, mInor.,n- from Puerto Rico to visit
; It But l tire was welcome at I I Finally he sent a elJ'bonoct.rto use In steel; he calls them rusts, pairs to farm buildings (other his sister, Mr*. J:. A. Froscher." *
: the front entrance. the Saturday Evening Poet and it xircon and ilemlte. An extraction than the dwelling of the Y."On recommendation of May* ..
, How many Americans knew'until "thick". .becoming one of that plant Is building at Melbourne, up small tools used up In the course or S. E? Livingston, council apjj
recently what a tire looks like magazines 'favorite serials. Teu the east coast of a year or.two; fuel and oil used pointed W.K. Sway marshal ol l
Did they appreciate the perfection never can tell until you try-more a for farm work; repairs and main the town of Homestead.*. ."
of Its roundness Did they thrill than once.After Dade County officiael .declined tenants of farm machinery; hiredlaborers Farmers were rather apprehensive .%
'to Us rich bbckMeaf Did they tJ' an offer of three cents each for ,and tined machines, :and Wednesday about the)1;
atop to analyse-with ewvee-i- a 'consultation with itwi the nuts from lOootlit trees cost .of eonimereial.fertilizers the prospect foe a frost that rreninj., .
Crossing wonder and delight-the bead ,i the Clewistoa sugar mm. lie Biscayne: Key: aa Island It pro- benefit el whkk of short due but the wind switched from noeth
deUcate'IoRlicatisc"wtttr which a State Coiiutilasioner of AgriculUre p ace to develop iota a harbor for tion.' to, east 'and warm weather pr**;
tints tread b designed? Did Nathan Mayd.: found he .would war and commercial nse.e .. The, cert nit firm machinery, vailed. The low mark of 39Vi wad ,
reflect how It* plumpness wo Sid have to buy some second-hand e e equipment and ,farm buildings reached Tuesday night . H U

hay*.pleased a'Eeubens; bowIsyateaetry b mill with.whjph .to) pork top"tAe first they!;:*take" iNai aaa.y. w amounts expended.. in the development not, expected, that ,therewill.bs "
would have driwa'i then sometime they give 'of farmi;-''orchards and any danger of cold After this1 taste
BodJn to song hounof toll with touch It always needed., I* I few basis aone of It ArtburTurtis raM IeI.. well M 'the amounts although 31 was reached on Marco
chisel and tone; hoW Ks minute days, I suppose we shall drive James, noted Coconut"Grove wintor expended us the restoration of soil ,t last year. ." .
embellishments would have hoD- I down to the local service station resident recently had 'a'febate fertility preparatory to actual prsduetfaM
4OT** p Grlnllnc Gibbon? and have U put cm the car. But we of .115.... la income tax. at crops and the cost.pf States, the actual pmctosss price ;,
. I never did. are not going to be selfishly has.- e e liming soil to increase praclllctlVfooDIll 'ol such livestock, lets any depre<
"hbutouid have left it In the Jut about this My- wife is eel eRextoNl, THgweU, he of the over a period of years,! 1 re elation allowable a* a deduction la
gang tonight" my wife Mid I phonies the Invitations now. Two noted brain trust isnt doing so capital expenditures.Losses respect ot auto perished livestock
after we had placed out of earshot :or three dinners and a. few "a1homes" wen ai governor of Puerto Rico. Incurred In the operation may be deducted s* a loss If'the
In the living room. ,and we shall hare.done a,7 He was to deliver his message to of farmss business enterprises loss b not compensated: foe by mlurance .
rat was cold In the garage.1' that can be expected of us softaDjtt the legislative. body In penon. as Ire deductible from gross Income. or otherwise. .
Sp here It Is. Or* b amazed ;No envious neighbors will b:'cab le Is their custom, but received a If livetock has been purchased for ft gross Income) ascertained lit.3

the magnificent contrast It makes I to say that they were never even hint that If be appeared there any purpose and afterwards dies the use of .....t rl a, M dedue p
with'the pale green sofa and the["asked in to see our tftttread"*- those opposed to him would walk from disease, exposure or lnj dry, lion cart: be taken separately for'
little Queen Anne desk. It d yes![Carlyle Morgan la Christian Sd I out on him. lie sent It by messenger or b killed by order of the auithorities livestock or procIucW lost during

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: I Mrs. Jas. M. Dobbin underwent 1 r TTV 2 *, * recommendation and I transcript
I a minor operation at the Kendall I of my high school credits. Chance
: j I hospital Thursday She returned Our are that I may get on at flyingCadet.
In and Ground home Friday and her coalition Is r. Thanks.

I i I reported to be improving. Boys in ServjceJoe "Keep 'em flying .. ."

it H. Worley of Homestead 1* Lieut Francis Fitzpatrick. ion
Homestead ill with Influenza at the home of : T-TY-M:: ':2a.f.it./" of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Fitzpatrick
Mr. and Mn. J. S. Caves of Redland, his been transferred
Joe Piche Is CorporalIn from Fort Sill, Okla.. to Indi.0 ..-
Mr. and Mn. Jim Coker re. Bombardment Group \ Cap Pa.

I A six pound ion, John Rudolph B. F. Casey of Oak Park, Hi., wlU turned Tuesday from a one-week
be visitors of the Cronwalla one visit with Mr. Coker'a parents, Joe Piche, ion of Mr. and Mr*. Dale Henderson of Homestead,
born Mr. and
Gasman, Jr, WM to day next week after they arrive Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Coker of Jew- T. D. rtche, U now a corporal. a member of the amreserv*
. Mrs. RudolpM Cowman yesterdaynoon Miami to spend several weeks. fish Creek. Extract tram till letter .telling of will report for active duty Sunday
at Jackson Memorial Hospital the promotion follow: at Camp Standing.

la Miami. Ioh... Gouman tithe Mrs. E. H. Tucker, ber daughters Miss Shirley Bosses and Bobby 'Wen we've moved again. My:
t andenburg ot South Miami were Landoa Hickion who la In the
former Mill ROM Cave Mr.Gouman ., Mixes Lavern and Martha mail address now 'Corporal: Joe.
week-end guests of Mt. and Mrs
of Fort Pierce and her L. Piche 21 Bombardment U. S. naval aviation machinist
is coach all Homeste.dHlih ion, Sgt >t
R. E. Scott
Sunday guests
were school at Jacksonville, spent Sat
1 H. T. Tanner
School Jay Maslnglll, and Squadron. SOth Bombardment
I Mr. and Mn. Otha Hackler of
his
urday and Sunday with par
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Fairish and Group, March Field, Riverside
. Miami and their infant ion, enU Mr. and Mrs. Jos. L. Hick-
Mr. life Mn. Tyler Vessel and their son, Michael, ot Miami were Bradley : CAL .
In
their two tons, Paul and Tyler, Jr. week-end visitors at the home of "Yes, I made corporal which ion Naranja.THEOLOGICAL
will leave tonight for Louisville Mrs. Tucker brother-in-law and Mr. and Mn. John Richards and carries two stripes, along with my
Ky. where Mr. Veasey will be H.aoclated sister, Mr. and Mn. Charles Connor son, Leonard, of West New York, 2nd air mechanic rating They STUDENT
with the Loulivllle Timei.Mr . N. J., and Mr. and Mn. Otto also made me assistant chiefof TO CONDUCT SERVICES
Bishop of Guttensburg, N. ,I. crew. Please give the Leader- The services at the Homestead
*. Carl Gamer of Melbourne were Saturday guests of Mrs. Enterprise my new address.Thli Presbyterian Church will be conducted
FLORIDA CITY John Zellar and Mr. and Mrs. Sunday by Garrett Btalr,
pent the week-end with her Is a beautiful field and we .
I student from Pennsylvania
a theological
mother-in-law Mrs. Herman By Warrene,Sever I Henry Baum. have nice barracks but It la pretty
who U spending the winter
SchleKle In Homestead.Mr. _______ .-
military. It li just like a very
REDLAND : in Miami.
F. F. A.
:;:" I i Dr. and Mrs. Lewis Rothenberg By George Wlntate Reporter I beautiful California town minus Mrs. T. L. Hodges and was
l and MI T T Bowen had 1- the ,. huge college campus,
Virginia Frick will duet.
week-end Mr. and M- oscob, Conn., arrived Monday h'f sing a
+ ai guests Our presidenT Donald Grate,I 1 e families I Ming I righton The Rev. Ceo. H. Ricks, pastor
Dick McDaniel of Tampa and visit Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. J.
called the chapter to order in our the field. of the church left the first of
and Mri. Wm. Hamilton of Pon. I
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nlmo. chapter room at 8 p. m. Monday "We now nave a squadron In- the week for Lewtsburg. W. Va.
pano. night, and after the minutes of signia. It was drawn by the Walt where he participated'Wednllldll7

John Hickson, Alabama Poy- Mr. and Mrs. David Snow gavea the previous meeting were read 'Disney Studlbs. Consist 08 a in the wedding of a former classmate
technic Institute student, whose theater party in Miami Monday and approved several committees mad hornet running with a bomb at Richmond Theological
evening in honor of Mn. Snow's reported concerning past and future over his head. We are the onlytqusdron Seminary
leg was broken in a motorcycle
events. around that has one and
birthday. Their .
Mr.1(1'1. I
accident about a month guests were
returned to the home of ago his and Ralph Desmond and Mr. New business was then takenup ire mighty proud of it. "Madamh.. said "will yon
and it was decided that we will "The day before we left the *"
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. and Mri. H. J. Brockett. please get off my foot
have a membership and attendance desert bombing range we had a
dont foot
"Why you put your
Hickion, in Naranja Tuesday. He
campaign soon. big party. He had a good time "
where It belongs? she repliedsarcastically.
Harry Deglar from
classmate came Key
accompanied
was by a ,
with brother of
After the business meeting, our Larry Crosby, .
John Whitley of Birmingham.Mr. West to spend Sunday with his
consisted of Illustratedtalk Bing there with dancersand
some
an
family here. r program "Don't tempt me, madam, don'ttempt
by Mr. Robert Manson on Victor Borge. .
me, he counteredEx.Body
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and Mn. J. M.
Holferty "Please letters of
the human circulatory system get three
had as guests last Thursady Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Shaw of After the program we adjournedat
, and Mrs. Will Reed of Bloomington Tavernier were Friday guests of
9:SO p. m. ass coNDmoNroCOLLKB :
Ill.Robert Mr. and Mn. L. S. Roberta. Others present at this meeting IIATI m COMMIT
AHmiiM ta S P. H.CkMna. .
I were: Charles Behreni, Bruce Ih ....... .... plus Urn and
Capllnger, who Is ._, ..
em. .. r to to es P.
+ ployed in Akron, 0, left yesterday Mrs. Willis Clark, Sr. of Van- Bitting, Lynn: Ooudy, Eugene In- ......... .se.plus Us
dalla, III, arrived Thursday to gram, J. L. King, Jr Rex Seats,
after week Venetian Skating Rink
spending a here I Fender Work
visit her ion and daughtter-ln- Carl Springfel, Willard Thompson
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. ties S. W. iris A... Maw I
,s. Capllnger. law, Mr. and Mrs. Willis B. Dirk, Lee Walker and Earl Wysong
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Mr. and Mn. Samuel J. Levey, MEET MIRED E AT THE PAINTING
Mn. Alice Liedtke, Mrs. May William Crawley and daughter, WHITE a nd BLUE TENTi I
Chunat and Mrs. M. Radtke, all Helen and Mri C. P. Wilson of SEAT COVERS
of Cleveland, left Monday for Miami were Sunday guests of Mr. > T. Richey and Party
,their homes after visiting Mrs. and Mn. J. S. Caves.Word ;;;BIOTIC REVIVAL UPHOLSTERYAll

Levey's sister, Mn. G. R. Olden- "
dart, for two weeks. has been received that I6U It., Be.. 19th and Zeta Area. N. W. Work GuaranteedArt'

Marjorie, Audrey and Wayne ft]1IAMI[ AUaprtlah)
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Van Winkleof Langham who now live In White I'Far 1* Dmys.-NOW GOING ON-For 11 Day
fort Lauderdale are visitingthis City: are down with the meatlei. (Opened Feb. CDI
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week with Mr. Van Winkle's Dally I ::3' a. m. and ':45 p. m Paint Shop
mother, Mrs. Clara Van Winkle. Albert Brown who works In Bund.y 14.: and 7ts p. m.

Marathon spent Wednesday ft his A Special I nrlUUon Te All Service Men
Mr. and Mn. Vane Harris haveas home here. I __
their guests Mr. and Mrs. Jack J
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Morris of, Wisconsin.
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Mrs. Bertha Benson of Derry,
N. J, Is spending a month with
her son-in-law and daughter Dr.
and Mrs. Carl T. Robinson.

y Gene Campbell of Baltimore ar HELP THE DEFENSE PROGRAM

rived Saturday for. a one-week
Visit with relatives and friends.


Mr. and-Mn.; Clem H. Clemens .1 .
and Mn, Wm. R. Collins of Evanston -

TO, who are spending the ..
winter In Coral Gables, were In

Mr.Homestead'and Mrs.yesterday H. 0. CronwaH._visiting with Mrs. New: Potatoes are now being dug, Lay in supply for the

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Une-O'-Type author ot the famous or Two"column,of .the','A ,summer and save hauling back from the North later. These

Chicago Tribune. Mr. and Mr*. .

..locally grown potatoes will keel until'July. August if storedin

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_ al/\yr.IOND/ Or nEDLANf) WEDS- tuft s EVELYN reps MANY ATTEND AT HOME GIVEN BY "

. MISS HELEN WALKER or RuSfiIN.. FL4 J 1 VtJbS Miss VIMSTON CASOVll I w. S. C. S. IN HOMESTEAD PARSONAGE

..L.. .... Evelyn Pope daughter of ,
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'> 1 Albright of Redtond. of Huskin. Mrs Albright was born j Winston C Cason were married Members and friends 6f tho Mrs. Roy D rb>'. Mr. and Mrs I
;- u 11'Ion Walker of RUI- : in Plant City Sh*'wasTr? duaed I Friday In the office of the -coup )' Homestead Methodist Church enJoyed D. L Bowen. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan .
( from Wirrmums''HigW"'School in Judge at the court house In Miami the open house given by th">'looser, Mrs S. F. Matthews Mrs.
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1; rvtn married at 8:30: j,| 1938 and was 'In training as a The bride wore a beige dress W. .S C. .S, Tuesday evening In O. 'L. -ShowaJter Mrs M. M.

o 3 :i iturday evening in the:: nurse for a while! nt Tampa Munl.I ,w.th| matching accessories. Mrs the parsonage and saw the remodeling Avery, Mrs.. Adelaide Mayo Mrs.
t .r* Temple Methodist Cburcn I I clpal Hospital. .2 ; Pope attended the ceremony. that had been done. J. A. McNeill, Mrs. T. L. Hodges,
In t',i Lauderdale by the Revs> The bridegroom. a son of Mr.. ; The bride 1s a graduate of After all had made a tour of the Mrs. J. A. Ricks, Miss Agnes"
John W HtKr. and Mrs. A. C Albright of Red- Homestead High; School and she house Mra. Ceo. Ranson told how Studley, Miss Helen Livingston
Mi and Mrs. Silas A Wilkins land. He was graduated from has attended the Homestead BLUl.11. everyone had co-operated In getting Miss Melts SauliMiss Mary.ltlc-
of Ruskin were the attendants. Redland High School In 1937 and ... College. the work done, 'and Hubert Nelll, Misses Helen and Sue Moye..
The bride wore a blue street li now employed at the Homestead The bridegroom was graduatedfrom Smith played a cornet solo with Dave. Williams, H. L. Brown O.
length diem with matching sport Filling Station. Tampa High School<< and attended piano accompaniment by Mist S. Jeffrey and Ceo. Ranson.
Jacket, white accessories and a After a short stay In Tampa the University of Florida.He Allie Ferguson.Cup .
gardenia curtate. hey arrived In Homestead and Is now engaged in the produce cakes and punch were' W. M. U .HAS ALL-DAY
A daughter of Mr*. Helen Cook are living on N. W. Ninth street. business here. served by Mrs. Dave Williams, I MISSION STUDY' COURSE

; They will live In Homestead for Miss Ferguson and Miss Mary I An all-day mission study course

- FAMILY GATHERS TO CELEBRATE 85TH 'I the, present Ellen Desring. was held Wednesday by the W.
I Others present were: the Rtv. M. U. of the First Baptist Church
. ANNIVERSARY OF JOSEPH L. HICKSON I I I and Mrs.T. A. J'eruIOJI"Mr and of, Homestead to the'church when ,

I The Calendar, Mrs Cecil Dodd Mr. and Mrs.J. the hqme 1I)1.w1( rilt: 41 book,. .
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In honor of his eighty-fifth' Dorothy Hickson of Fort' Myers, E. Close. Mr. and Mrs.Geo; CEstill. ':Fello -Helper; t!r. the.'Tnetlr', .
birthday Joseph .L. Hickson : Mr.-and Mra.' Lloyd -,Yell- ''''' Jew ct.. ""- ..r.ho' t99k' .
Hick- Feb ST-: Work meeting of Mr. 'and Mrs. C D. -Eakef -Mr. .
,; given a family= dinner party Saturday pact-l'nIfii 'program wertiMr ..
by Mrs.: Hickson 'at their EdiVard'Blair Richard Hick- PrUce; a, : Home Demonstration and Mrs. J:. S. Caplinger Mlw and CatAerfrw :Wetard.Mr" X L. tweak
Club at home .of AI,.. W.. W.Bethea : '.
I home in Naretija. sin.MRS.. . ; Mrsi,":.T: T.- Bewtisi,ii Mr7- .
I' The George Washington motif MMHt ROTARY.. ANNS WILL BK- lJullil'1'o'i"un: Hpward .
Feb. 2B-r-Barn: dance by unioWoman's ** *".'- '.
used /r.
was In the decorations COOPER Bl'I ENTERTAINED MARCH If.:,
Covers were laid for: Mr. An UNIVERSITY CLUB WILL.SPEAKER Club\ In Chamber ,t>( Next Wednesday nlgh(-":she : '.rSsenf wefeMri.'J.t:: ToniiVsns'Mir4Ji -.
Mrs Hifkson Mr. and Mrs. J. R.I'| Commerce building In honor of Homestead 'Rotary Club will'en- : tt 'Varav Mil .
I Hickson, Mr. and Mr Joh Mrs. Clayton Sedgwlck Cooper soldiers of second battalion, 13th tertain the Rotary Anns at.dinnerIn Frank" IrwfnV-Mrs.. R.'Snyder, -
Hickson of Natalie, Va., Mr. and I will speak on Japan at a dinner U: S. Infantry.Mar. In Legion hall. 'Mrs. 3. A: King Mrs: It E. Edwards -
Mrs. O. V Kirby of Miami. Mrs. meeting of the University Club al 2.-Election of officers o Miss Lulu Sotnrr.ers who was In loin. T. P. PIche, Mrs. E.
Louise Ekey of Lake Worth Mrs. the home of Mrs W. L. Sawyer Junior Woman Club. Belgium at the time of the invasion L. Lawrence; Mrs Emma Wright,
Emma Hlcknon of Natalie, Milo; Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock.WOMAN'S Mar. :2-Meeting of Garden Clubat will be guest speake. Mrs. J. L. Butchclor, Mrs. D. Daw-
home of Mrs. Joel J. Robinson - kins mull Dr. J. E. Johnston,
CUIIOIIC SOCIETY MAKES CUB'TO ELECT Mar. Business meeting of BRIDGE CLUE''S;
I OFFICERS MARCH It Homestead B. P. W. C. in Cham- AT RUTLAND
PLANS FOR II \M DINNER: I ber of Commerce WEBSTER HOME: If RCT1I
building
Plan 'i. the annual baked liam I A committee was chosen at Mar. 3-Business meeting of W. Mr. and Mrs. Julian H Webster HOSTESS TO G. A.
dames II." :, SHI ,,ot> of the Snored Heart |, Homestead Tuesday eveninln the Mar. 4-Dinner meeting of University Bridge Club at their home tail Intermediate O. A. of the First
ithoii Church wm made at a:! clubhouse to nominate officer j. Club at home of Mrs. W. week. Mrs. Howard Johnson and Baptist Church of Homestead at
meeting of tho society Friday i In Who will be elected at the next L. Sawyer at 7:30. Bevo Webb were high scor* prize her home Feb. 19. A program

the ret.lory. The dinner will be:I meeting March 10. On the committee I Mar. Meeting of Legion Auxiliary winners. taken from the World
served boat noon and, night on' art Mrs. P. J. Franklin, In Legion hall Present were: Dr. and Mrs Comrades", was presented by
Thursday March 19. Mrs. R. O. Shore, Mrs. W I. Anderson Mar. 6-W. M. U. day of prayer Frank Hausman, Mr. and Mrs, Ruth Byrum, Winifred Danzey,
Mrs S J. Lynch Is chairman Mrs.. H. O. Cronwall and I program in church. Ceo. N. Wakefield. Mr. and Mrs. Jolyene Mock and Riith Rutland
and Mrs Chan Pope Is cochairman -'I Mrs. J. D. Perkins Mar. 6-Honoring by Ad Astra Lee H. Lehman, -Mr. -and Mrs. T. Mrs. T. T. Bowen sponsor, conducted
Various Items of handiwork The club voted to ask the Junior J. Faust, Mr. and Mrs. Frank the devotlonals.
of
Chapter O. E. S. past matrons ,
at well as baked goods, orange Woman's Club to help sponsor t>I and past patrons. Webb, Mr. and Mrs. Bevo Webb The others present were: Barbara .
bloHsom honey, vegetables and spring dance. Mar. 10-Election meeting of Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Mrs.. W. E Jean Smith and Norma Jean
fruits will pe offered for sale A Five dollars was given to the Homestead Woman's Club. I Rheney and Mr. and Mrs. Webster. Lasslter.

tropical plant, a box of fruit and Dade County Federation of Women I Mar. 11-Rotary Ann night at
an all-wool shawl will be giveaway n 's Club scholarship fund and $1 Rotary Club dinner.

In the evening there will to the Vera Simmons scholarship Mar 13-Exhibit of Princeton
be a bingo game with defense fund. Home Demonstration Club at
stumps as prizes. Poetry week, will be observedat
I home of Mrs R. L. Scott. ,
,
Present a social meeting, Mar 24, it / /
at the meeting were: was Mar. '19-Baked ham dinner ot

DalKle Mrs Lawrence Mrs, F. Smith A. Minnerly, Mrs ,Louis Mrs. announced.Mrs.. H .B. Bcsttiii and Mrs. B. I Catholic Altar Society Church.of Sacred. Heart ,.III.. .{ ..:Ii&liJ'' ..

Clark Roberts, Mrs. Pat Tuccl, E. Oatlln served fruit juice and Mar. 20-Meeting o: Ad Astra
Mrs. Ernest Campbell, MI" F. M I cookies. Chapter of O. E. S. honoring district
Hieronymus, Mrs Pope, Mrs Present were: Mn. .Adrian Jacobs officers. Jack DIXIE' DRUG Howard
lynch and the Rev. Michael Nix. Mrs. Zeke Martin Mrj. Polk .Johnson I

on. Irene Shanklin, Mrs. J. H. Dixon, MRS. TROTTER ENTERTAINS Phones SO and (111
Mrs. Walter Weiss, Mrs. 1: R.
Jacobs, Mrs. H. K. Foulk Mrs. FOR MRS. BERTHA BENSON Tt't food news for our customers! For the Spring: Clearance Sale
MRS. COOPER TALKS Franklin, Mrs. Cronwall and the MI1. R. E. Trotter entertainedat means greater values In dependable merchandise. And yes get
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IX NEIGHBORHOOD CLUB hostesses luncheon at her home feeb. V full also pacluujpsfrs full quality merchandise I ;' And our fast,. I
friendly service with
Mrs. Clayton Sedgwlck Cooper In honor of Mrs. Bertha Benson goes every purchase.

gave a short talk on bring better AD ASTRA TO HEAR of Derry N. J.. who It visitingher .
neighbors to' newcomers at PASTMATROVS AND PATRONS son-in-law and daughter, Dr.
meeting of the Redland Neigh and Mn. Carl F. Robinson. CtUeeftH
Plans
for
entertaining the past Present
borhood Club Feb. 18 at the homeof besides hostess and
Mrs. W. C. Gaby. Mrs. Cooper matrons and patrons of Ad Astra honor guest were: Mrs. Robinson, SAYS MRS. HOUSEWIFE
Chapter of the O. E. S. on March Mrs. R. Y. Burr
spoke aim Mrs. D. P. Blake '
on Japan. Yen
eaaj snake your spring cleaning easlsrt Iud
I' wert made at a meeting Friday ,
Mrs. Sam and Mrs. J. M. Holftrty.saK .
J. Davis ret Retail DrugStore
played several Spring Cleaning nerds
evening in the I. O. O. F hall
violin numbers with piano ,o and set bow much fun your cleaning can be
It was decided to honor the . Here
accompaniments by Mrs area few suggestions* Defender Rubber
Mrs Ceo Caby. worthy matrons and patrons as. e Gloves, Elkay'a Class ' Wright
gave several aoclate matrons and patrons, con. Crystals Elkay'a .Insect Killer. .aiM| other eeedac
readings. Mrs ' '
) Mary Furry Mrs ductresses and associate See them today.
conductresses .
J. A. Rothernim and Mrs. Davis of the district on March 20. TMt S.EXAU. DIU. TOM
were prlje winners in.contests. The altar i"01
was draped In memory -
The next meeting will be Mar.
of the late Walter Combs,
4 at the home of Mra Reed past grand patron.Dr.RF.Stcbbina.
Holmes It wu
announced.
.. Present besides these mentionedWere ." < YIA ST AND IRON llssr IvlairiMn-- P'.. .faAMIAIFTS ..---
: Mrs L. H. Klopp, Mrs. J' a Towic-
Cb.... Mn. Gladys ,Wilson 1.1) LASSES : I The benefits ef .
Lillian M. Gaby Mrs.; Cowdyj;, I Yeast Vitamins and Alii. favorite for
Holmes and ..Te Keep I Iron la one tablet. many jreara.Aids appetite
Ui Margaret
Gaby. I Wa d.. With- ttoml OF ....., ". loaf
; s The 11+e 590 19
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.. lt" .tbIf..W.' be '4 lt.. n not'fort"a east 'It, bt;tM. OOwa>-tt : USSBiIED ADSmaUTAnsai ,
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./ : ": \Io O ., . .- j ., Qt.1<< Ute1;! etYe., er0tids Was ,abe-rUht side ; ':"' : Jf eu can tell {;tien that end rood for CaslerllK but 1tIf.tor WTMJTbt ;

WDr. Itltay its III 't't.- ::-.,Va .be. surprised. IMW:Jhey acts' avid. hasrtlosj .t 4 i-. *; .sna5sliWS. ..aeelrtpIII ,

.rthtsrw1C !' ed.", a ,..... ifcittWem.' Tke/may .eed to- befprdiidea . ICllli tat 'eiccutrNas the : - .. : . : : r pool .

.. ."Y."f\'J '" 1INI'b'-: : It) 'iia "acr'.'again but federal highway 4 abort oliuuK*..v ...

1ibK1 ao alaaldtrr9 :. they 41'111D.. \Inarta: d '..adII'dJ1..ctlert1aT1er
n a> t FOR '. "
i ai lIi' [:CCn.ctiJll r d c- tWltotarlana 1Iftft, t9ld.tso.te. sBtdnlght at Saturday.Pall. i \ KENT. J- :.' . WANLY .

/1n the vjegeto'ki Ind'lf,fj; cmlt fwJr a their children that the results : Boyer ,fiI enad' a bro.... Jaw *
'ci .fdInaW.c1 eta tie r '.our.ie' 9r of the physical examinations and .-flight! .rain-ewcmslos WrROOM' Iipt'l1 N I'\ .:4t1i LOANS- TO' atODfitNIZE.

.;uppljJtor:the fruits. "r : toe andocUon into the army made, CrubUs sustained! ,;four brakes treet (pt37) REPAJfi,AND REMODEL '

j't I j Yesterday atx'vbetpanlei ...dlo1 It evident that the ..ctuabealtll bones in.one of his feet and CUTS .: Grove, Residential and Business
1! phoned Homestead- (or 'vegetablesand of young people is mucb lea satisfactory I about the head and face that required FURNISHED. house .Mrs. ran Property are available through t

troll Which an ,array 'truckif' . than It should be. 1 more than a dozen stitchesto ShankUn. Florida Pry (pt-13) BROOKER LUMBER CO.. INC.

I will pick up. tomorrow. "We need to emphasize the Importance close Casterlln's neck -and Suggestions:
of physical fitness to our I pelvis were broken and he died FURNISHED ROOM for rent Mrs Add extra rooms or pnrrhri

; youth," said Dean Alter. Monday afternoon in James Archer L. T. Proctor Over Better Food New roof and other repairs

iURNDANCEContinued I The only sensible educational I Smith Hospital The inquest Store._(NU-tf Convert garage Into apartment

policy for a program of total war was postponed to await the ..ufflI Convert house Into duplex opts

|lia to maintain educational services I clent recovery of Boyer Grubb FOR SALE MONTHLY 'PAYMENTS
( from Page One) I unimpaired but Improved $100 18 mo. repay $SB8 mo

;?t regards the bam dance as a reception I the speaker said. GOOD BUY In used Ice-fcox Holds I $1000 38 mO.-repay $3184 mo,

for them. "The improvement in the curriculum h.m"i@W"j; j 100 lb. Ice Excellent condition. $1000. 60 mo.-repay $2107 mo

t While dancers will not be required I of the school Is being and Smith-Graves Furniture Co. $5000, 60 mo--repay $10833 mo.
to appear In costumes as','i, will be worked out," he said.

r farmers and farmerettes for the I At a time like the present, the FRUIT SPRAY MACHINE with Loans Can Be SecuredTo
r like of added fun the committee Individual citizen can contribute (Continued from Page One) | .tweak and motor also steel bbl., Modernize and Repair

t in charge of the dance hopes that I something: vital to the war effort I equipping of adequate science: laboratory I ,Me L. S. Spencer, Navy pipe yd. LEASED OR MORTGAGED

most of those attending will do so by self-discipline, the University general repairs construction (f2otnJ931 PROPERTY
Prizes will be awarded of Miami dean said of bleachers in the ballpark
for the I
Loans for NEW
Model A Ford and glade rONSTKUCTIONof
and for the outdoor
molt typical farmer and farmer I "He can assume stage,.
an attitude
of
,
personal and Installation of t public address I buggy guns, steel traps, two Commercial Buildings! are also
ette costumes. responsibility for the """ available MONTHLY
glade skiffs. Sacrifice prices. on : PAY.
system, 10000.
Proceeds of the dance will war If he keep fresh .
go : in mind the County Superintendent James Simmons, Future Farmer Clubhouse MENT PLAN through Brooker
toward a business school scholar. principles for which it Is being : Homestead. Lumber Co.Waplde .
.
'. which the Junior fought It he T Wilson outlined the problem
ship / Woman's understands the intimate Stands Barns, Gaso*
and
Club will award In June to some relation between hit daily shortcomings of the district'spresent TWO BIG LOTS with variety of: line Stations, Utility Bldg; Tourist

!I dese/vjnsj &lrl.1n Jh. Redland DitIrlot life, his home, his job his asso- plant 'and explained thata fruit .trees 7-room residence, Cabins: Real 'Estate Office Garage

',' 'elation with his friends, his cul- district bond Issue is the only In the heart of ,downtown : Poultry Buildings, and \aHo\is
Mrs. Ceo.' FUepatrielc.. Jursl .life. and the way In which Improvements Homestead ''
.. general, [ fury of battle needed Bargain price and other Industrial and Cl'mmerclal'I
' t I 'chairman' of the -bUII dance. hast against the ,prophets of annlhlla.tion. can be made He pointedout : reasonable terms. See Sid .. buildings are eligible. Inside or

js the: aaslalanaeot'the following ;he' caD ,strengthen our ""M. that the voting of the bonds Kendrick, Justice of the Peace.!I'outside 'tity limits.MONTHLY .- '
did
I.' I .committees refreshments, Mr.. and "Not' only what he does but also not mean that they h.d.to. be Odd.. Fellows Bldg., Homestead PAYMENTS:

;- : Mrr.W. W. Allan. Fletclwr'Bryan. ...] what .he thinks and says affect sold limit within Their any sale particular tould time (J..23tt> $100; 18 -Wo=repay -$S.98 mOo
.- ; .decorations-Mrs.'Frank Berneck- the total war effort be determined I I
Whatever
I the $1000, 36 mo.-repay $3194 mo.
era Mrs '.T. J. Walker,,, Mrs ,Augustus crises may be, he can act every bond by the strength of the DOORS, windows, screens, secondhand $2500, 36 mo.--repay '$7983 mo.
s. Wynn Mrs. Edith Lours- day on the basic principle! that tn.Irket'.nd the availability. galvanized shngles: Call
.bury, Mil; .Jamem L. Bird, Miss his jood sense and good will are of materials, hill said at Eva Collins' home In Modello jWt also have' F. H. A. LOANSfor

Loll _Kent and Miss Geraldlno essential to the war effort. The district Is now assessingone at node. (I New Homes payable monthly

Helta, tickets, Mrs E. A. Buchanan mill for Interest and retirement PLANTSppera., cabbage andi,over 20-2. years. ,
Serving the door will bIt ,, / 1 I of bonds already outstanding collards Msrler's I '"
Mrs Stanley Wittkop; Mrs F. B COLONISTContinued I I and voting of the $123,000 Issue 1427 E. Main St. kUnd.Plant Farm Fla.,I I i materials We furnish ideas, estimates, and
would
i Greene Mrs. Virginia Walton. M rs. mean an additional assessment ,,
Bird. Mrs Wynn Mrs. Walker of only three-fourths FOR SALE-Baby '.1lne .-3 There Is no obligation In discussing

and Miss Pearl Whitaker ( from page One) mills-making a total assessment months old SOc each. Helen i]I your needs with us Phoneor

pressive ability that Elizabeth I of 1% mill for the first year Whiting Ferreyra Roberts road call l Well gladly exp'aJn the

Cooper has She Is the author of The Inclusion of band rehearsaland just north of Avocado drive I l. rvlce.BROOKER.

G TAKEMOREContinued many books and whatever she dressing rooms In the audi- (a8-tf) i: LUMBER CO.

writes, or says, Is packed with torium building wUl clear rooms I Phone 62 Box 401
now used for FOR SALE rropicsi plants tit
24k. conversion Into a
sense Reading an article Homestead Fla.
( from Page One) her recently, I came acrosis this by spacious science laboratory, it was rum trees and tropical milt u I I
advise said season. Jung Grove, Redlaiw
youth
on present-day problems sentence: 'We hear a' lot about I
w Mr. Alter said that he drawsa morale. What Is morale One Wm J. Geronlmo, chairman o( road and Plummet drive LOSTSPECTACLES

salary from the University of definition Is that It Is the ability the local board of trustees, presided DISTRESS SALK:
Miami for giving advice to young to back I at the meeting Chas Q ,. the Cnrt .f the Jutl of the Pur. blond plastic
come
men but In the last 12 months ability to and carry on-th I! Turner, Homestead, chairman of Fonrlk DI........ I>.... C....,. Visalia.wh.tve. I frames lost about Feb (,. possibly -
always come back with writ of .'''.h.1 has boon at Fruit Festival Box
his Job teems to have been that persevering courage ) the Dade County school board, house In tin maw of Mrs. L. J. Gilman.
:' of said that n. B B. Rlrnt defendant fur i A-137. Homestead leader and
recruiting Over that he children of Florida
period 1 look City : :rLo
;
upon morale as all of .. in* lot at kouk Id Enterpi'Ise.
has discussed the military prob this Even more-the ability, with I and Homestead deserve as good .rod. .nvrrnl kr nM nlUrhmrnt .111 k. -- '. -
lem with nearly One thousand I educational facilities the chil- mid to ho kral .nd hl.k* t bidder on IMi
that came courage, to keep going as n,'.,. Murk 14. In front of the jivllr MISCELLANEOUSIAVOCAIJO
young students and college dren of Miami but that ......
graduate ahead without ever having to enjoy, the of the OMCV Court In H..n".d. Kin
*, and many men have 10'1'from I back so as to come backl Fortunate go I voting of district bonds Is the only nt no.llomorinil.. this ,11th fin day of r"rkri.n Ill.

the University of Miami'to Is that human being who is way to get them t. KENDRICK. ( LODGE, rooms and
the branches of the and i Another meeting, at which cir- Jtvtlr of the P..*r. bath, meals Modern home sur .
army .
endowd with that magic force Fourth nl.'... .. iHdB Cnnntr. Mn.rVb . i!
navy that consist of college men. and filth that keep\ driving; him 1) culation of petitions will be started ( 12.oI7M.r. *, 1642| roundingi, reasonable Rrclland
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I Bi .. dr. Phone S84-W
"If your children ar' of militaryage forward to obtain the necessary signatures id c yne
; through every test o( soul NOTICE: vnrp. rirriTjoi '
you can tell them that tho' and character_and through i 25 per cent of the registered N MK LAZY (nM-tt)
President the ( ) every freeholders NOTICE in KRHKRV ..iVFN that the
of United State I will be held within 1
muddy
morays of .
patchy defeats I indfraUrntd. dmlrtnv to .nirnif* In ku lnl>
r' wants them to remain in school "M) friend fays that the Insistent the next ten days Placed on the : ..*.e til. flrlltlom name ot A. a"'. i WANTEDREDLAND
: or on their Job until they ar* I ballot by petition, the bond Issue GROCERY Intend tn ml Mr the mid
growth
of
things in the news with the Clerk i-f the Circuit Court .
home with ou build
needed, said D-an Alter. "The ground all about her keeps will carry If more than 50 percent at Dd County Ft.'el,t.HRS...
I :' filing A. A. rRFNCH.I' Ings suitable for poultry In
Army Air Corps needs 100000 her I II of the registered freeholdersvote ,
things
-that regardless of Insects / 2a. n. Man II ..d11, 1 "test Miami
trade for $3,500 North
.11111
men, yet two week ago the recruiting storms, and in the election and If a majority _
r office was closed becau I these depressions I of tibse: voting are favorable NOTICE 18 HQRKUT CIVPV: ('>., I home Answer at once. please.
I things In the earth keep will nph tn tho H.blo Arthur flmnon 32B-J,
Eleanor Froscher, phone
thenwas no place for the men moving-growing-conquering In to the issue of the bonds. of the Clrr, it OtirJurin*. .1 till I
to I .. m an F.brt. Hit ISM It his Ckuv I' (f27-m6
go. So to drop your Job or to' the /
sunlight Certainly Nature . .. .
Is f r I. Cart H"" ti <|t t ftnI>oo1'I RwKind
drop out of school is not the correct I the wisest teacher we know b.3.causa Finally SucceededHe 101..... > minor, and Km big Name : SUBSCRIPTION solicitor nun or
thing to do unless arrlvd late at the golf club. Hauls MmNOTICg ...
you are I her lessons are demon'lrated'I / PAVLNE! A. LELMKR.rob. woman Homestestt'seder and
definitely placed {'I' every day of our lives Life is "It was really a toss-up whetherI 11. to. n. 4. lass, I Enterprise
"Under the selective service I always th"re. should come here or go to thty 1---or APPLICATION- -- -FOR- -"

system any one individual has an I I "The breath of God is the medlecine i! ;'office" hs explained. Then he TAX DEED, \'A.'lTED-Two. boys 61 Bicycles

equal chance of becoming an officer ,: of morale. and In time It will i I added thoughtfully "I had to tossup Ck 'or I74,'-A,Acw tin of INIrn dvap Mrs C. Hnglrr Rice, N.

.. Any individual Is elegible : cure ,every tjease of man's folly I'i I.; IS times."-Grit NOTK1R IS HFRFHY GIVEN: that N. '! W. Second' ave.,, HumestradTIJTORlNO :
for of licet' C..OiKkd holder' nf StnM mi Coonj
(J.3'1-1)
s training provided he ,
,11 nd negligence Thank you El1u- I II THE CIRCUIT COI'Rr or THE IITH fwtfk.l. p. asses. tatted .... SHnf d-s
f
ran meet the. qualifications Sal) both Cooper, for' your Inspired JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE Amrnrt A. l>. "'1'. ties flied .._ i ior III
yc i maysdvlsk your children no ;i POINTY: FLail"4.NOTICE. dine and tin n4 application fur : WANTED Wrvwkool >
I I a tu J..d) *. k. board thmon Said rtirtdU and grade school subjects.
10 DC impau"ni, they may TO WHOM 'T flAY CO'llrr.R"' ......._ the loltnwlnit dwrlbnlkrpi ,
keep at what they are dojng tMANSLAUGHTER I De ad.i..d that John W. M..um .red : >rty In the Conntr of Dade, State .flllo.k Mrs H. J. Armstrong. A. D.
*1f Miry B Usage..trod to apply "" twain Plummer iHr and Country
armed forces know what they ard to ..w of tin Jirirr of the Circuit Court "ti: a, 1CS Caml CnkU. 111010I I I
"ing; they will ask us when they ; ,lot eNI .Moth JudlrUl ClrraH In mad era Ier. Part Mo. t,,Revised. a Subdn I Club rod
''lor .do min'. riortd.. far the a...tluflof flat Book IK ruU. In Uw County :
want us Richard r...... a ml thud a mine of Did*. RUM ,t(_t-L..Ids. ''CLEAN .R. G* WANTED wi
"Not.fication: of tankers being I| (Continued from Page One) bout itiwm mmM ft .... and ..,11. ftttt assessment *T saw rrTtr ....tiyexch. .
..... will presses their ,.,HI. w> the tk amid .....itlra.. nn I* the rat II I ... a subscription or ailv*
'vpedoed off the Atlantic Coast tody of his attorneys. W. :>. Boze- i' IH day of April A. D. IMt being mof w Km j. 1-n.Jt.i Ulln fr clean rags Leader
wiv conXu<4 !. and that la what man an Roland R. Sweet, to thirty. days area the llrot publle.tl.a .. ( .U._ MM ..tt, ....11 k* rH -*. aid I
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ate fimit ,until that, day e CMwhen Ai .messes who t' "J'i ) ..... dw I A...) 'I I des Fs5 .rya ry,1.'t Park Ai't rift, a Sukdn Plat r k
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we sisal rr"ajr doubly were rt R. Boyer, li ., S.I i tN t 'I-IUM, I t CIO 4 Clv.C... State aft ..
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Pare Eight HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE FrIday February 27, 1942


\ BABY GROWERSCHAMPSFOR4TH Mrs. Cooper to,Make Appeal for Blind Sunday Of Florida to Be City Last Revival Day )


". 1 After Talk by Helen Keller Saturday
Sunday will be the last day of
evangelistic convention of the FOR SALE
Mr*. Clarion Scdgwlck Cooper Cooper talk, a fashion show will Miami district of the Free MetboVaaaa -

( STRAIGHT YEAR I 11 scheduled) to make an appealfor 1 be held.
Among those expected at the
the blind after address b,
to
party are Sonja Helve and Lily i
for the fourth consecutive year, Helen Keller at the garden part) Rons. '
MACHINESHOP
the Homestead Junior high I II to be given In Miami Beach Saturday .
"
<:hool'. basketball team retained i afternoon for the benefit ol: ;;) .
its championship in the B the Miami Lighthouse, society 01! SPEAKER URGES ,": ,!" "'''''. \t
sion of the eighth high school the blind.
dIvI.1 ...
trict of Florida after The garden party will be held ALL TO PREPAREBLACKOUT ,.., .i.i1"
William Jennings Bryan from 1 till t.-at the? tome eMra ,
High 28-13, last Friday la the H. Strongman=Milhc Alnoca] \ '
Miami Beach gym. people are invited to attend.At ROOM I \
I o'cbxkr-lust after Mil
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Due to transportation difficulties -
the Baby Growers were unable -
to go to Oainesvllla to participate Major H. B. Lewis of Miami
In the state tournament TOENHSTBOYS"ATfcOLLEGEAND Beach, district air raid warden for and
south Florida was guest speakerat
Harry Bishop was named captain ,
of the all-distract tournamentteam. : the Redland District. Lions Club

Bob Sullivan was also Tuesday night '
placed on the team. Major Lewis told of preparations -
The tournament took' place KEEP 'EM] THERE made to protect life and WELDING'WORKS

Thursday and Friday. On Thursday property In the event of an air ...
Homestead, the top-seeded raid and described the warning aallB lBVBa* BBaWBaaalBab
team, walked all over Hialeah, A program to enlist 80,000 college system which has been set up. EVANGELIST L. S. HOOVER
I
whom it drew as a bye in the first student and permit them to Sirens will be blown for this pu*- list Church which began at Florida -
round. TJie score was 42-18. remain in school will be instituted pole and their use for any othei City Feb. 19.
Taylor accounted for 12 points March 1 by the navy department, reason has been prohibited, he Evangelist L. S. Hoover of Tlo-

while Bishop chalked up 0. according to an announcement received said.He nesta, Pa, has been preaching
In the final fame, when Home by Guy N. Hull, navy recruiting emphasized the advantageso daily at 10:30: 2:30: and 730. Mr.
stead defeated William Jennings officer at Miami. householder who prepare a Hoover 1* described a* a nationally

Bryan, Jacobs garnered eight The men, between the ages of blackout room where they can known radio speaker whose sermon
point while Baihop'i tally was 17 and 19, inclusive win be enlisted be reasonably comfortable and are brief, logical and scrip
even. in Class V-l, U. S. Naval safe during an actual raid and tural.A Complete with
The Redland junior high team, Reserve, as seamen second classto urged all who have not furnished cordial welcome Is extendedto
seeded in second place, lost to remain in college for the such a room to do so immediately.By all, according to Mrs. Edith
William Jennings Bryan, 17-14, on equivalent of two academic yearsin using materials on hand, the Tamblyn, pastor of the Florida large assortment of
Thursday at the Beach gym. an Inactive duty status at their cost Is not great and there is no City church.

own expense. They will be enrolled time to do the work after a warnIng -
Bed-White-Blue Big Top in certain course stressing la given, he said tools and machinery

Houses Miami RevivalMiami J physical training, mathematicsand "In south Florida we board up .
physics, as outlined by the when we get a hurricane warning

Feb. 28 (Special)-Raymond navy department.When because we have learned it is safer EXPERT large stock of steel
T. Richey. widely-known these V-l. seamen second I and cheaper not to wait too late,"

evangelist of Houston, Texas, a,class have completed one and said Major Lewis. "We should BARBERING
familiar figure in Miami for the one-half year of college work, follow the same reasoning regardIng and welding reds.
lost 11 years, arrived in Miami they will be given a navy comprehensive air raid precautions."

today, for the opening tonight of examination and If they Donald Bleeke of Perrlne entertained Halrtal _______-. Me
a revival campaign at 38th street, make a sufficiently high mark with violin and vocal Shave ..... MeSnampoa
between 19th and 20th avenues, and can meet the physical fitness solos, accompanied by Mrs. J. S. Plain)_ 5 eShaaapoe A REALOPPORTUNITY
,
, N. W. The meeting Is tabernacled standards for American cadet, Peter at the piano.
. (Medlc ted)___ 7Se
approximately 20,000 of
per year
In an tOxlSO-foot red, white and Joseph DuMond, owner ..ndoper.tor
blue tent.Richey.. that number will be selected for Stage ___ ___> tic
of the Monkey Jungle,
a camp pastor dutlngWorU flight training. At the comple- wa welcomed as a new member.A Facial __-_.__.r MeFaplal
l'' War No.1. la making a tion of two academic years' work substantial contribution to Pack ..____-"- 75e
those selected for night training
special appeal to all service men.
Combination Facial. 1St
the victory book :
will be ordered into the serviceas campaign was --
He plan to contact some eight or aviation cadets, at a rate de- made by Lions who brought books Tonic _.___._._.__ Kt
10 in "whirlwind"tour FOR PROFIT
'; army camps a
i'. of the South this winter and termined by the service needs. and magazines to this meeting in Mustache Trim __.____ lOcIBUSH'S
In addition to those selected for response to the drive conductedby
, spring. I the education committee of the i
I Services In Riche,'* present aviation cadets, 15,000 per year
club.
will be selected and transferred
Miami revival will be at
t: daily
to Class V-7 enlistment status and I P. 0. Box 465
I s ; 10.30 a. m. and 7:30: p. m.; Sundays I
.. 2:45: and 7:45 p. m. will be permitted to continue their! be permitted to finish the equivalent Barber ShopOpp. I
college courses in Inactive duty of two academic years, at
\". Rearanable Enough status at their own expense up to which time they will be orderedto City Hall Homestead Fla;
,
Freddie: "Papa, what's an avers -' a baccalaureate degree providing active; duty for training naval
s age1' they take courses acceptable to the training stations and upon com- .
! Father (hesitatingly) "Well, er navy department. Approximately pletion of such training to active
I -my son, what do you think It 8,000 of these men will be acceptedIn duty with the fleet, READ THE WANT-ADS
" .*," standard engineering course For further information apply to
:' Freddie: "I guess If* the bottom and the remaining will continueIn the Navy Recruiting Substation,

\ of a hen's neat." the program acceptable to the Room 231, Post Office Building, -
Father: -Great Scott! What doi navy department. On receipt of Miami Florida.. !
i you mean?" their degree, the entire number 'MAKE ROOM
Freddie I : "Well, every; time I will be given reserve midshipman e r

I., read about a wonderful hen, It training leading to a commission 'u rni There are waste corner and
says she laid so many eggs on an in the U. S. Naval Reserve. '
average."-Wall Street Journal. The remaining 41,000 men will space In :your: home In which
i; I Y' [ our Mill Work will make luxurious .

Corns shelf-and-closet room-
: "OOCOTT* OB "JOSSESS'TOne ) I
attractively conveniently -
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\ thing U certain: You will
I.! really thriftily! Stop in or
fora Home In the next
pay
home
you NQt0 call us In-for a talk. .
\ several year 'Question is: Will

j you just occupy that Home, or .
/ p. own ItT Confer with us to .
.I learn bow to "Own instead ofmerely fool
-, RROO mm co. INC.
:'\ wastefully, "occupy. IER ,
ing." We have helped many .

ethers "Make Rent BVY the THE EIGHT Lmber, Hardware, Bash. Deety. TeeesBOMiniAD.
'I ROADTO
Home) v HEALTH
nOlO a : : F10EIDAT.e
la chiropractics we use no drugs. -
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whisk rcgvlata every function ol
.sae .14 >Fta.DR. '' IT. Chiropractic takes carl WorM Newt SeeaaTbioog'l .

___ from the head,,tc ,
the feet We shall be pleased Uexplain ,t 'nl CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Mr&MfpRAn ,

In detail and give a'demonstration :- Inttmttttfil My Nnvst l M

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win call at your convenience, ... Gdxtrub An Tiny a
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