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: March 13, 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: VID00533
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
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GROWERS LED than twenty-five -The navy department recentlysent THE WEATHER A report -that- State Road

I of the B-17E Boeing bomber out a request for 500,000 air 4-A, already slated for routing I
"flying fortresses" have been plane models for use In trainingair Official weather report of the around the southeaster edge of
turned out by the boys In the and ground personnel In recognition Subtropical Experiment Station, Homestead, would be rented still
"BY SOUTH DADE manual training classes taught by of types of aircraft, range Homestead, Florida.
I farther east and south to connect
C. H. Rice at Homestead High estimation and cones of fire. t>.t. |M..t|Mln. l Its.. t R>l. I
I School and will he shipped today Quantity production methodswere March 9._.-I\ 82 I 41 ,,211.8 trace with South Krome, or the Oversea
j.t to the navy department. introduced In the Homestead March 8......I 80 I 59 ,,30,00| .10 )lihwIY, will be Investigated by
w.. A Dade Crt; ; unit of the i manual training classes to make March 7_I 74 |145 I j the Redland District Chamber of t,
s March 8 --1"| | 86 I (
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possible the of + I
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Farm Bureau Federation completion as Commerce, members voted at
SUICIDE THEORY many planes possible In the March 9..-_.I 71 I 157 |130,101| .10 a
;1U be organized tonight at __ meeting last night. 1
.a shortest possible time. All fuselages March 10 I 74 I 139 130.141] I
meeting to be held in the Perrine were made first, then wings, March 11. .1 I 76 1 52 ;,,28891 .06 The reported rerouting was
CONFIRMED BY
school at > o'clock. then rudders, tails, motors and so I brought to the attention of the

*l'rrult and veetable'&rower.., I on. Then assembly began. I SURGICAL UNIT meeting by Paul Reynolds who
(poultrymen, dairymen, nursery JURY VERDICTFrank Lewis Eaker is chief wing I said the Information had been J
i men and any other types of farm- mechanic, and Clayton Camber,
(ei' are urgently requested to attend chief Wright cyclone motor build FOR EMERGENCIES received from an authoritative
the meeting, according to an Leplns died from burns er of the bomber mechanics. The I source that had' intimated Home-

announcement sent out by Oeo. H. Which were self-admmlitered, was planes, ot Solid Spanish cedar IS 'SET UP HERESupplies itend,WM asleep on the job. SctreUry >
'Cooper of Princeton and Walker the verdict of a coroner's jury at and white pine construction, are Kit Carson will proceed: at
J. Fowler of Perrlne, chosen temporary approximately 1/72 of actual size
the conclusion of an inquest InJustice once to ascertain the facts In the
chairman and secretary at of the Peace S. L. Kendrick of the plane modeled. ; case and act to protect Home-
r a pre-organlzatlon meeting held :', court Monday night Each school working on the for an emergency surgical stead's Interest
Feb. model plane project wilf two station In the Homestead
:27 in Perrlne. Leplnt was found standing In get Suggestions and cooperationfrom
Ceo. L Fullerton of New more assignments, Mr. Rice said. hall have been
Smyrna the road with the remnants of bit city received from the chamber of commerce
president of the Florida Farm burned clothing hanging from his the Dade County Defense Council members; was requested by Luther
Bureau Federation, will attend the belt and colla- and his body and a staff of volunteer workers L. Chandler chairman of the
meeting tonight t. helix with or- badly burned u. the afterfsn of P. o. EQUIPMENT agricultural division of the Dade
I has been partially selected, it was
(Continued ou Page Seven) March :3 by Ray NeU, Fluids County Defense Council Mr.
-- ,City lamer, as hi was returning announced yesterday, following a Chandler said suggestions as to
GROWERS rlIN 'from his fa T.I with a load of to- BEING MOVED TO I visit here by C. N. Cook, organizer' summer crops that can be plantedthis
I'matoes. L.phs died Wednesday I of the defense council. I summer to make Dade more
In James Archer Smith i The Homestead station and one
morning
NEW\ BUILDING iI .I. self-sufficient are especially In
FIRST GAME OFSTATEJTplMEY Hospital. I at Perrine elementary school are vited.
Lepln's story that he had been I[under the supervision of Dr. J. A. At a meeting of the board of
(Continued on Page Seven) The Homestead<< pmt office Smith. Each must have at least directors after the membership
will probably bo in the new quarter three doctors, six registered I meeting, the aid of the chamber
White Elephant Sale built for it three doors north nurses, six urset' aids, nine casualty 1 i and its secretary was offered to
To Benefit Local nand of its present location within two clerks I nine stretcher bearers the Dpde County Defense Council
Homestead High School's team nine orderlies and IS first
weeks, Pqitrnastcr S. I:. Livingston ,In whatever service might be pos-
won its f ret
game of the vtato said ycstsrday. eiders for flcM work. aRlle.
%tgh school basketball tournament The annual white elephant (ale Furniture and fixtures have ar.i i\ Volunteer doctor obtained for:
yesterday afternoon wheal It defeated .of the Homestead Band Patrons' '
the Homestead tursloat stationare
rived with the exception of the Prices Continue Good
Tarpon. Springs Hlg>,Association: wCl be held Saturday Dr. A. M. Logun Dr. Frank ;
new boxcv which have been delayed -
.School 4S-23 at Mount Dora I 1 1 in.the building D'Xto the Home- because of steel priorities, Hausman, Dr. B. J. Elliott and Dr. Tomatoes $3 Squash $5
where the B division teams, are fitead, Grocery, formerly occup'ed! '! and an erector has been ordered C. H. Derby.: Nurses who have'
playing, according to word by West Cabinet shop. Homestead. Mr. Livingston I volunteered are Mrs James LNeabittMrs Crop prices continued good thisweek
ceived by Principal B. M. re'I'I Anyono having rummage or said: Boxes will be moved from M. E. Stevens, Mrs: with reduced supplies due l
. non early tsaet night white elephant- donate to the the present post office building to / R. Brooks Mrs. O. O. Brewrtcr, to losses from rain and winds At'
,., The.Growers won their ] band may bring them to the take care prisons until the new Mn. A. M. LocaiC Mrs. W. A. J. the Florid City State Farmers'
the state meeting Saturday nightContinued i building or call Mrs. Adrian Jacobs : boxes arrive. Kopp and Mrs. B. A. Tibtots. Market, tomatoes were bringing
( on Page Seven) president of the awodaCca. The new building located south Nurses' aides will be sought $3 a field crate and squash, $9 w -- ---- --- --
ef the Western Union office was tram members of the advanced hamper. f
: constructed to suit tie needs of first aid class which Use Josephine Beans are and will be scaree
Heart Attack Fatal to J. II. Webster 1
I the local post office by M. P. Cook: has been teaching here. for two or three weeks until young j
Founder of Homestead Club Walker, from whom the poat-ot- Anyone: can volunteer for service vines come through with theircrop.
Rotary .
fice department will lease It for (Continued on Page Seven) j I
ten
-- years.
Man It Webster, 87, paymasterand Park Cemetery, MlsmL Latticework to Soften Earn-like. jl
Loses Suit
head cf right-of-way de- The Rotary Club, which llr. to Get Land
partment for Dade Comfy, and Webster organized soon utter his Out of Town's Limits Atmosphere of C. e* d "Ballroom"A
founder of the Homestead Rotary arrival here In 1923! attended the
Cub, died In the James service in a body. Mrs. H. K. The ouster..suit of J. W. English I
r Archer Smith Hospital early Sunday Foul sang "Oh Love That Will Enterprises against the town of latticework: enclosure for ihs pole... i...t Mn. J lilies' Bird,
morning following a heart Not Let Me Go" and the chor! FJorida City la connection with enter of the Chamber ef Co-u I prudent: et the club, who appeared
attack mttjesf it kit home Rill ,How: Firm a Foundation'. a 40-aere tract en South Kromi rn.c* building was authorized by before the directors la
Z shortly after midnight. Mr. Ferguson gave a resume of venue, Jurt couth of the Homestead the board of directors last tight company with Mrs. Augustus
Funeral servicesla the Homestead Mr. Webster's life and toM particularly boundary line, was '-.'. by following\ offer by the Junior Wyn the club's presidtntt-eleet
: Methodbt Church Tuesday of his activitas a directed verdict la c: tuil eour1Jllterd Woman's dub of Homestead to Until such time U a truly beautiful
afternoon wars conflicted by Its church member and church of- :: fine** its construction if (hechamtr auditorium or recreation halt
pastor.the Rrr. T. A. FerfirxmJ I ficer. JII'r* 'rth W. TramU told would furnish the material em be bunt, the artistically de-
eutttcd by Dr. W. IL x:. "' &- Mr. Webster was born fa Eat- the Jury Sat since the cv.Jcn-j aigr.-d: Intteework would give
ton. rector ef St. Johns Episcopal: anton, O*. An experienced lelepheiM showed wet the met In question I Tha latticework would serve to homestead sn attractive! place
f_ Church o( Homestead, and the executive, he com here was receiving 1M benefit'of police screen the entrances to the six where playa, banqrts, and dance
i Her Carlock Hawk putter of K years ago from Fort Volley, and fire protection, was connected -I wings of the building and give I!,could be civit! end conventions
I Coral CaMca Method the\\Cs"*to become manager of the with fcctrdty! and waterlines ,the center lobby where tile dances held K.PIrd pointed out.
\ ef which l.1*. W* tv* Homestead Telephone Co., which and was osstved equitably are held the eppenraree of II ball I "With the service n!-, that an
1'. Wmgfield Webster, Is a anem-I bad been acquired by a company with other tracts 1ft "*. same room, banquet ball or aucS:/or'um'now rtatlonrd! la and around
| ber. Burial was in Woodlawa Continued on_Page Scver) 'CCeatinoed Page Seven) as occwlon: taught demand (Continued ca P-r. Seven)


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Pare Two HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday March 13 1942?

!City and Homestead and lived I II 'Virgil Lon New AjrentfflI 1
HONE NURSING Germany Still Number One Threat, I here until about four years ago ''I i For Sewing Machine Co?
She leave two children Johnnie I (
TO FORM i History Teacher Tells Lions Club I. Mae and Wilma Jean; three Virgil D. Lyon ha been ; t
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-- I' sisters, Mr*. Orfanedes, Mrs : pointed 'Singer Sewing Machine
Germany U ttlll the number CM ment b unable to resist. It must Lonnie Alderman of Hollywood: !' agent In Homestead, it was'
and Mrs H. O. Arrendale of .
FRIDAY.MAR.20Registration threat to the United Nations despite satisfy the Nazis or be overrun. I nounced :yesterday 1I
the importance of Japan at!: "Other factor which probably Jacksonville Lewis and J; and F. Crubbs three of brother South,I I Mr. Lyon who U also In the J
present, member of the Redland will cause the ultimate defeat of bottled gas business, will handle'sales :
for a class In home District Lions Clubwere toldTund.y the Axis are an ever Increasing Miami and Robert Crubbs, who ls I. rental and part of the well
nursing will .take place Friday: night by H. Franklin economic train, loss of manpower ,with the United States Army in known, make of sewing machinea
March 20 It Tao p. rriin the Williams of the history: depart- Increasing unrest and re- the Panama Canal Zone well a* service machine now'
Homestead Woman Club club ment of the University of Miami fSistance in conquered countries i I[In use dl )
houae. The instructor will be a In presenting his vi..... )fro and possible defeat by Russia :Rotary Club Hears I The Singer company: ha* mot 1II
registered nun*. William stated that he was applying 'I "Japan interest 1* not u closely i II. H. S. Debating TeamThe ,been caught "short of machine by]
The clas If being sponsored bf>> the lessons of history to allied with Germany as appear I -- I the present emergency Mi Lyon !
the Junior Woman Club of the views of today: In order to *. Her main objective I I' still debating team of Homestead I said, "but has enough stock ahead ,
Homestead. prophesy the event of the future. I east.Asia and she must aecurereauita High School appearing before I for two year of normal pur| I
Classes will be held each Friday "Htler will launch a spring soon. Dwindling resource the Homestead Rotary Clubat chases We can deliver orders
I evening from 7:30: until 9:30. offensive against southern Russia and wanton waste of manpowermay its meeting Wednesday noon Immediately". '(*
ThoM who have already signedup and may drive through to the cause her to collapse suddenly -,,debated the question: Resolved ;a
for the count in home nursIng > Caucasus, but even if successful ," alive Wilson
I II that I all able-bodied male citizens presented by Austin
are: Mrs. ),t P. Walker Mr. this will not be decisive and
may made of and Dennis Burman
'I Announcement was \ should receive one :year of militarytraining : wa given the
I R. R. Klnard. Mn L. L. Field, result In putting him on the defensive .
Joint meeting with the Homestead before reaching the draftage decision over the negative, pte4seated I
+ Mr*. Alton Home Mn James L. ," he said This action '
21 .
I Rotary Club on March by Miss Werrene Sever]
j Bird. Mn Chesley E Saunders, will be taken to bolster faltering j jI
I !: at Legion halLMrs. ,I By vote of the club the affirm. and Tom Hodge $j
Mn J. W Strickland, Mri J, L. morale and because It I I. part of I I
\ Strickland, Mn ,Virginia Walton, the German theory of conducting Sister
Orfanedes'
, Mn Burley Dendy a'". Geo. H. warfare If successful he will experience :
I Fitzpatrick, Miss Pearl Whitaker more trouble in controlling Dies in Coral Gables
\i and MIll Geraldine Reltx resentful people and troubleof USED '
I c this nature U Increasing daily. Mn. W. A. Griffin, 28 sister of II TRUCK TIRESAND :
Hitler's allies arc liabilities to,i Mrs. T Orfanedes ,of Homestead.
SCHOOL BOARD him and will not hesitate to dou- |died Tuesday afternoon at her
ble cross him and make separate home in Coral Gable after an
peace if It.becomes their 'advantage Illness of several week Funeral TUBES '
1 VOTES FOR SLOW\ to do so'Vichy ;, services will be held Saturday at
France, may become an I p. m In the Church of God at '
SALE OF BONDSTo Important factor In deciding the Kendall and burial will be In in the following sizes.
I war but at present the ,o\'em- Palm Cemetery at NaranjaMn .;
Griffin cane to Florida 600-20 30x5
talned and more person wouldbe City 23 yean ago with hr parents -
: assure City"Homestead taxpayer of school theFlorida in favor of the liaue : Mr and Mn L. W. Crubbs, 650-20 32x6 8 PLY
Petitions are now being circulated both of whom ire now dead. She
tax district that of bond
voting attended the schools of Florid
t by the district for needed school 700-20 32x6 10' PLY
project would not b*' the signal
for an orgy of spending during aperiod 750-20 32x7
of Inflated prices and
scarce material the Dade County 825-20 34x7
t school board Wednesday adopted FINANCING offered-Lartre amounts,
a resolution stating that only: cut.Cclent I 900-20 36x6
bond for such project long term. Applicable to potato and
a* were reasonably certain of 975-24 36x8
completion would be cold U the other growers, or any co-operati farm
Issue is voted 38x7
The point was raised at a meeting operating: development Inquiries in. '
of taxpayers in th* Neva King .t, 40x8
Cooper School auditorium Monday Tited. Eastern syndicate. Confidential. .'

. ( night officials When said that trustee probably and school only.sufficient Private investments. No obligation. 'w Phone, wire or'call for priceson

I bond to provide a heating -I Write Box 100, Homestead Leader. .. the sizes you need
system for the local schoolswould
be sold at once it wa suggested '
: that such a promise be Enterprise. :DIXIE TIRE CO. :

reduced to writing so that signatures -' .
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atCo Friday, March. 13, 1942 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Page Three


? SEVERY ELECTEDTO I Dance Tomorrow Night I I lilted for the duration of the emergency Win. E. Rheney Sr. Dies I San Diego, James of Panama Canal -
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Zone, and Jack of New York
a To Raise-Lattice Money After Brief Illness t
ill Chief Hull calls the attentionof j City; two daughters. Mrs. War-
t i I II I I
FILL VACANCY i ii iI ---- men who are of draft age that ''re/ WUro of Dyugle pa*rand
, I A balloon dance will be given]:commencing In April When men I Wm. E. Rheney, Sr, 83, re- I I IMri M.0. Ackbord et&atannah;
in the Chamber of Commerce tired railroad conductor died last sisters, Mrs. A. ),1.
?! re called In for an Army examination I i three Bailey
the,' IN FLORIDA CITYFlorida i building -tomorrow night by the they will be Inducted at \ Friday at his home in McCormick ot Harlem. Qa. Mrs. R. F Brown
salewall, Junior Woman Club to raise' the same time, and those who desire S. C., after a brief illness. Hit of Augusta and Mrs. L. M. Mitch-
hiDe' money for labor in constructing I navy service should apply immediately > ,son, W. E. Rheney of Homestead, ell of Leesvlllc Ga.; one brother,
Clty'i official family remains latticework to screen entrancesof i rather than wait until WOT summoned by telegram the C. R. Rheney of Harlem; and several
i the tame as the result of the six wings of the building; they are called for induction. I preceding day and arrived In McCormick grandchildren. p
the town'i biennial election last 1 which open on the center lobby Men can be enlisted in the navy in time to see hs| father
nets
by Monday, with the exception that I where the dances are held. The and naval reserve at rates of pay I alive. The funeral was held New Missionary.: "Did you know
w) W. W. Severy take the seat on Chamber of Commerce hat agreed ranging from $2100 to $ 9.00 per Wednesday with burial In Au Mr. Brown?" !
1"* the council made vacant by the I to furnish the material. month. Men desiring enlistmentIn I gusta. Mr, Rheney Jr. Is expected Cannibal King "Oh yesl lie
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pur d'i I death of R. W. Mulllni a year ago. One hundred fifty balloons will the service Should apply In per.] to return to Homestead was the pride of our Island."

don Mr. Severy't name was writtenon be used In decorating the build-i son at Room 231, Post Office I today. New Missionary: "Why did he
the ballot by 37 voters. Other ing. A balloon will be Bid*., Miami, Fla. Office hour I The elder Mr. Rheney had been leave such a nice Inland:"
1 written-ln ballots for the vacancy each woman present Six: tickets are from 8:00 a. m. to 7:00 p. m. coming here each spring to visit Cannibal King: "He didn't sir.
were at follows: Clyde Neill 2, for the next Junior Club dance daily and 8:00: a. m to 12:00: noon his son tor the past 15 years, and I You see, times got so hard, that
IIUD Andrew Palya, Ii; Lloyd Delta, 1; will be given away In t contest I on Sundays. one :year spent a whole winter we had to swallow our prld.Ex. .."-
the W .Myers, 1. to be held at midnight I with the Homestead Rheneys. H*, .
171 Seventy-two votes were cast Hal Rous" orchestra will play I was born In Wadley. Ga. He retired -
Town Marshal Wm. J. Geronimo for dancing from 10 until 2.MX "Here's where a man tried to In 1937 after 54 years with I The poor man Is often the
JH was the only candidate to receive II I beat a train to the crossing .the C. and W. C. Railroad. I greatest spendthrift In that he
every one of them. I "Did he get across?" Surviving are his wife Sudie; squanders his i most valuable belonging
Th. government of Florida City HAN TO PREACH HEM I "No but they're making one five sons, W E. of Homestead,' Time, on trivial duties
11, for the next two years will be 8CNDAT MOENWOi for him."Canadian Indemnity. Herbert G. of Miami. Harold of and unfruitful pastimes.-Ex.

administered by the following Dr. J. Harrison Griffin of Jack. I;

,Major! '.Lawrence, H. :Becker.. ,'. sonvHls.will preach, at this first M ....-- \
Clerk-flora D. Myers. Baptist Church of Homes'tead j

Marshal-Wm, J. Ceronimo.Counclbnen Sunday morning, announces Dr.
-Charles Clinton, J. E Johnitone, pastor. Dr.
Paul Haley, Herbert Hunter, Griffin la secretary of tie Broth.
Aloiuo Lewis, R. L."Nell.l; ..,T: rhoed,,of- the Baptist -General Let Buick Dealer
Rohrer and W. W. Sever, Convention o(Florida: a


Navy Seeks Men 17 to 50 ;to Construct


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Single or married men from IT' amateur radio licenses or' have ,
to SO are being accepted for enlistment had previous experience' in the
In construction regimentsto field of radio.
build bases outside the continental .
Clan V-6 Is for men IP to 27
United States, announces
who have completed two
Guy F Hull, chief carpenter'smate years
navy recruiting officer with college and have half the credit Play Safe! To Make Your Car Last, Insist on Service
necessary for a degree These
Office headquarters building at, Miami.Room 231 Post men are enlisted as seamen, sec According to Factory Standards, by Men TrainedIn
ond class, and after one month's
"At the present time there are
training ara appointed aviation Factory Methods!).
unlimited ratings for men In the cadets. ..
con V-&." Ud HulL "We can we Class V-6 Is lor single or mar- .... '
service needs.
L CARS don't hate the same ,
most any kind of construction ratIngs ried men from 17 to S9 in what A ..... ..
: ever rating they can qualify. All adjustments shouldn't be made the I I

I Volunteer ealirthiente'lot 'in*: For the physical examinationIn same way on all makes.;
U S. Nivy and Nasal Reserve in
Classes,V-l, V-2, and V-6, men
Classes V-t, V-2. tf-3 and V-5, t
are required to have 18 sound Buick Co y.c-Service provides regular care
will ron\Inuet to be accepted, also.
Hull said.Alen teeth of their own"two of which by authorized factory-trained mechanics who CONSIDER THIS,
must be Opposing molars, and
enlisted In Class V-t, are have vision in each,eye"of 16/20 know your car "like a book." TOR EXAMPLE
high school and college students without glasses. Color-blind men
currently enrolled between the and those with teeth replaced by They are not just mechanics, they are fiuick There eleven Ire no called less than for
tltft
ages of 17 and 19, Inclusive, TheslImen dentures are acceptable for the first-hand with
experts, with direct, contact in, adjusting BuIck
will! be enlisted and permitted
Construction
Rcgimenti! Class V.&
to remain In their respective only factory service specialists who keep them con. brakes for wear, all of
schools until the end of the tlffileen steps for a
present
t1 about
semester and then called to "We also have unlimited vacancies stan y. informed every operation on major brake adjust

active duty. They will not be II for colored men from 17 to every model. nient. Don't you think
called to active duty before that I I 38 In the U. S. Navy and Naval you ought to go to men
time unless conditions warrant Reserve In the messman branch," They learn from the factory- not from trial who know what these

call to active duty. I said the recruiting officer. "Men and error." They don't guess they know ofrrtthni are,and will
Class V-2 is for men IT to 28 who are enlisted In the navy if be sure to perform
I who are graduates of aviation, i under 18, are for minority enlistment And by I looking over your car regularly-I them all right?

4 vocational, of aviation trade ; If over 18 years",of age, once each month-they can prevent trouble *
they enlist for six
schools who have years.
or previous experience
I In aviation. I Ij I Men who are enlisted In the before it gets started, save you annoyance as COME IN FOR A

,j Class V-3 ii for men who hold: naval reserve, If over 18, are en- well as money. FREE ;

Come in for a FREE CHECK-UP that shows

the exact condition of your car- and let us give CHECK-UP

Ibr Singer Sewing MachinesSALES you all the details about C-Y-C Service. by authorized factory-

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I KNOW YOUR NEIGHBOR .,,
HOMESTEAD LEADERAND Ie'
CURRENT Children in Court 1"
ENTERPRISE * * a * * . ; '
By Jadge Haleeun HatfleU :'
COMMENTBy I .

arms AKCHCIFr.U..t M4 tans AGNEW WELSH * * * * * ;- j/ .'

IUOBU8 LEACH Ascsxa: ..- CP.A.U, NO SINGLE: PBOGk. "
-- PANT And ion
SUPERIOR I
z....... your II. We" ........ ,CHILE-COASTAL EMPIREIf
lablMba" err" at nmoona .. ...... am"N".. so ion lvemmawaa- Judge know that manifold ',1t
M the IoootII Left .011''''.. Caar..Qaaciipxion -tool.. w by r..'e..a.wt.-. Addme aa-sorbs...l.rM.s that drop of Iodine smearedover I and the most highly cultivated, forms of delinquency prevention
una a. W046 are pe. a.as bruise or abrasion could part of the country And here, programs now in vogue have not
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In pad..tp- 11M 04100t. rb. in I fertile valley between mountains ' been sufficiently demonstrated to
Outside at DUe .,....._ $144s.t..d Preivous comments have herein share the Intelligence and tendencies i and sea, Is the beautiful capital , determine which plan I* prefer I

__ II. r .8..d as tile also pee an drW..etMAas& ..ea. been made on how crazy the of Its human beneficiary it i city of Santiago On the coast, able to another. They realize that
r-. ts.s.e 1M r aMs American people are becoming would, Mile), enough have much only 116 miles away, 1* the equally' delinquency Is frequently a Symptom
...L I"" about the necessity of being "en to say of Its unappreciated dignity I famous port of "alpanlao.I I of social maladjustment an4

tertained" and amused. Down In and importance, m war as In And last, but by no mean least, that it can best be eliminated \ '.
Living. the BackwashBr a Texas town, where diversions peace; of Its parent, nitrate of I* the tone of the nitrate fields' bringing about an bnprovement .IW
iFttasataictI are not numerous, when a fire soda; of the nitarte's power In life The eye of the nation of a world In the Individual's school, home
Annie Mayhew alarm sounds the chief must send and death In the human family; at war, a* the struggle In defenseof and neighborhood environments.
am living In the backwash In I a "dummy" wagon In a contrary and, finally of the world's only the Meal of the new world Many experienced Judge agree
cove beside life'f "I, direction so the gathering mob ef producer of natural nitrates on a move toward decision, will turn however, that the methods of at* I
And while I gather barnaelei, people will not Interfere with the commercial scale-the republic Of with more and more eagerness tacking such problems are not as ; !9
lift slips along past me. work of the firemen. Yes, a lot Chile. 'toward Chile desert storehouse. Important as are the Innate quail* '1
A wraith upon the sands of life of people are Just that sensation Chile, an empire In Itself, a I For nitrate, with its by-product I fication of the workers who at* I
I gaze 'neath sheltering hands j hungry. great ribbon of 288,396 square Iodine, i* a principal Item in the tempt to cure the Individual de*
At ships that mail afar at tea, per- miles spread along the rjm of necessity 0'- war, both for linquent. .
the''
baSIl to happier lands What a practical view we can the Pacific for nearly 3,000 miles, making and mending of The curriculum In any delinquency <
Sometime a friend floats In to mea get of things If we just look for reaches farther south than any 'I It 1* priceless, too, as a nutrient prevention movement I
few /hours to abide them. Lightning, considered one other nation of the American con- for mart and his husbandry. should Include educational pro.
But ere the evening shadows fall,1 of nature most dreaded and dangerous Jnent It 1s sometimes referredto In times of peace and normal I grams -fop all persons such a*

drift outward on the tide elements, has been found I. "the_ California of South I j I demand, Chilean nitrate was second parents, teachers and ministers,
Beach combers roam along the 'to be most useful a* scientists affirm America If there Is some similarity only to Chilean copper, an- who reponsible for character
and and fain with me would I that iU etimated two billion as to relative location, shape other war need now. A* M- training of children. To accom j
stay outbursts a year release a hundred and topography, the parallel can producer of this meta Is pUsh this end, schools must be **!
But I have learned to live alone,I billion tons of nitrogen In the air, not be carried far. outranked only by tl. ted I! freed from the limitations set by '4
10 shot them on their way. j and this element is one of the Two California, nearly, 'couldbe State The country h... 4- i state legislature and be author-
This living In the backwash. In a1 greatest aids to plant growth. contained within the boundar ditlon, surpluses of Iron and coat ized to Introduce the subjects of .
sheltered little cove I lea of Chile They would bold After more than a hundred year eugenics and economic Into the }'

Is not 10 bad once you have Among the 2,210 U. S marines, Germany, Belgium, Denmark, the mining of gold has been resumed school COUl'lei. and also to teach '
learned to value treasure trove sailors and aviators captured ,by Holland and Switzerland. Cap Recent discoveries of oil civic responsibility. Practical in*
the Jape during the recent attack Horn and the Chilean archipelagoare seepage may be herald of another stance of harmonious family lives
Playing Pan-America i are one each from Miami and the about as far from the bleak great Industry to come should be' Illustrated to students;
I Beach. desert county of the north, whereare Chile's i* a republican form of discussion on recreation, child]
Throughout America club of . the nitrate fields, as San government, with executive, legislative care and budget should be held
schoolboys and girls are dramatizing 'j Florida's peanut crop for IMSj Francisco ls from New York. The and judicial branches, Its Plans for the Individual devel- ,
life in the different countries -'I j will be grown on 273.000 acres of belt line, at Its broadest Is about present constitution dates back opment of each child must also be '

of the hemisphere, writes land, an Increase 6f 170,000 over the distance from Washington t* only to Sept 18, 1925, but It 1'1-1 considered To be specific, each -,
Morris A. Skop In the current. Ro- last year. This area Is for nut New York. tains many of the Important features community must so organize It.
tarian magazine These Pan- production, other acres being Stretched out between the greatAndean of one adopted nearly a hundred self that It can provide the need
American Clubs," as these groupsare grown for grazing and forage .mountain range and the year before it This older I of the Individual. These Intrinsic
called, are making a game and crop, In the place of bay. Pacific, Chile has climate vary. constitution was largely the work need can be classified as physical,
a bobby out of learning more and a lag from the heat of the bake of the great statesman Diego Port- emotional, and Individual In
more about the good neighbors of Gas sale hi Florida during northern desert to the snow and ales, minister of state under President I other words, the physical will Insure -
the cooTiaent. January were 5,843,738 gallons, a I Ice of the stormy deep south. Prieto from 1831 to 1841. a child the necessities of life,
The form of these clubs U simple Nature has the emotional will him t
decline of 15 per cent from that portioned the country This constitution In turn superseded cause The students elect 2J of their! month last year Supposing one roughly, into three productive a still older one, Chile's have a feeling of security, while
number, usually 11 boys and 11 gets 20 miles travel to the gallon, --. la the extreme south, adjacent first. It was drafted by a committee the individual will enable him to k
girls, to represent the 22 nations that would mean 293883 mile to the strait ef Magellan.are appointed by the famous acquire certain wen defined skills: ,, -
of the Americas Including Canada less wear and tear on tires and good grazing areas wherestockraining General OHlggin shortly after ':which he can utilize to his ad*

Each student "represents"ono roads.A Is a rapidly developing the Chileans, with the help of.the vantage
of 'toe nations and endeavors Industry. To the north Is the Argentine patriot and soldier I II
to become an authority on its Ufe writer In Fortune magazinesays 'great Central Valley, famed lone General San Martin, defeated I Wisdom ls knowing what to do;

and customs, as well as Its his it is the theory of a democracy of the world's garden spots. Spanish royalist forces This triumph I skill is knowing how to do it, and .'
tory.The that wealth wins wars while Here all the products of the the Battle of Maipo AprilS virtue Is doing it-Selected.
Rotary Club of Orlando, 'the First Reich thinks that war perate tone and moat of the tem.1 1818, marks the end of Spanish
Florida sponsored the first one ef: tropical climates Of all the things a person wears,
wins wealth, or that to the victors grow power In Chile and the birth of I .
these clubs in the United States j belong the spoils, and that I This Is the most thickly .. the republic Ills expression is the most im*
Here members of
Skop reports. Is the principle upon which they -----. portant-Selected.
club make costumes typical i mm
of the the countries they personify, are ples now they proceeding have brought with Into the subjection peo-- t. FROM OUR MAIL BOX :1 Only a truly noble spirit can

and present playlets, bits of ordinary -1' They build up themselvesby _"".www wowww, w. ,,,,,,., w. w. nn u., ww ? ,ww m. wSI'EAKS.A really enjoy another's prosperity.Z. .
Ufe street and market I .
H. Curtis.The
and actingtheir I tearing down others-a foundation WORD FOR OLD I weighing about one pound, of excellent 1
scenes. By playing
of sand which, if there Is
parts they learn much adopt NABELL AVOCADOThe I flavor, appearance and : B. r. Goodrich Company
eternal cannot stand
: an justice,
the nations of their hemisphere> 1' of quality and having an unusually i I has developed a new type of gasmask
the time
test recent interesting article by man seed. I I
This \U what the author terms 1 I from a transparent plastloi
Pan-Aifierica" a Prof. Lynch, published In the There i* a beautiful specimen ,
"playing I i material which is resistant to all
The idea wad born In Brazil,I Miami was recently visited by Leader-Enterprise, coincides precisely of this variety growing at the old ;I I types of gas and permits a view
; of. the world most remarkable In the Dr, Eckman Avocado
where Armando de Arruda Pereira one with my experience place on I|of the Individual inside, doing
I Helen Keller, born in Witch- drive where several I
former president of Rotary International women. production of avocados at yean ago away with the ghastly appear
started a Pan- I Alabama In 1880. When a little wood during the past 20 years got scions that are now In bearing ance of the old type mask.
American club In the schools of over a year old a child malady especially relating to the Eagle Its season is February, Just when!
Sao Paulo, his home. Besides the deprived her of her hearing and Rock, Wlnslowson, Nlmllo, Trapp most other varieties are out of,
club of which Dr. Skop writes, I'she therefore soon became I mute, and several other varieties. They the market It appears to be I'' )
there are now Rotarysponsoredclubs and with it all she was blind Despite have been retired from active hardy, attractive tree of healthy]I
la other cities of Brazil. In these handicaps she becamea duty In most groves that aim at rapid growth. well-worth hybridizing "i1 nngIise,

Cuba, in California, and Minnesota well-educated woman who has large and regular crops But there with some avocado whose :( I 1
devoted her life to helping ethers .Is an old-time avocado not on the fault la too great size of fruit and.I says.:. \

These Pan-American clubs, under-privileged I market today which deserves rec seed.. I :,
writes Or. Skop are "not only .* ognition. It Is the Nabell. a pear HOLLISTER SAGE.; .

contributing to the betterment of! In an Interview In Washingtona I "Skim) to Beat Skunk!" '
inter-American relations now. butbuilding former member of the French ribber", precipitated a large area brothers It reminds me of the
+ l for a solidarity in the cabinet says that the breakdown into a deep hole that became I story of the paint pots the paint "- '
years to come-one based oa mutual ! of the war In France was not due bayou In the stream bad to have the help of the brush lioeas .
understanding and enlight' to moral weakness but to political . and the man and the ladder-and To bleat yellowed
enment" disunion. He also stated his 'the pocketbook bad to pay the m any -.l1IIICbiDI1IIIIII j
As index to the amount of
belief that the Blum-Deladier an I bill. There is an Interdependence thou saoduas-Jf foe ,... amewlstura 1IJ
WeekThe. trial was Inspired by German in. paper we waste, consider the re- '-AH for one and one for all. fat die BMterisl. afterbsSkmpw "
Doy and.Girls port of nations Boy Scouts headquarters '
fluence. die
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that,in a Booth they bad ,
IMt AosorvaortjfBoys' .1 gathered _25. thousand tons of'I During Jeunery Dade County Gaut....Mdse bear **H>OHSot :i
and Osrls Week will be from The University of Miami furnished waste paper topped an ether Florida areas hath will ee la siskaiact ,
April t* to May 2. Inclusive. I.graph showing that -the I .* ? q sale of war bonds and stamps 4j'
AniwaUr. the movement Is observed increase In lathe.cost of food had these reaching ""12.224.70.
(. ajUndrsils of.--.1 bees lea clues than la I A vaiegrapn vapor sjsj aloes Duval (Jax) was more than two 1ZC.e'i w
Ue* to locus attention of the com-' Miami, and named them In order I sale says that-one-cum ef the and a bait millions behind Dade.a ,
at increase as allows: Dayton stock: ef a prominent nonalcoholicbeverage eJack' f
and girts-
amenity .pe. weys upon 40
activities, and Chicago Atlanta, New York Los concern. took I tumbleof Ben says there are 411
their problems
WU.M a ...... Sugar scarcity
Angeles, Birmingham. Four cities:
trslnlng-end'to enlist the cooperation night clubs in the Miami area.
of all agencies and UdivUuala had had a greater cnachI"1tlROOP and diminishing sale probably Your Honor, we'll accept the wit.
account for the decline. Then
San, FranciscoSyracuse *
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In. a year-round program neat testimony\ as being compe
win be adjustments before
many
and De Molnes.
development and presetvaKon tent.
for the
this 'cruel is cwer".
in the coming . war .
of character .
generation. Now that the democracies A few day ago old Mother e e A review of the life of Arfhut
are fighting for their Earth had a slight chill, the quake One school of thought tells us Brisbane, accorded the best of the
very existence ItI even more Important affecting her epidermis In thenorthern that Je: will be rubber that will I American columnists, stated that
that we give our attention and western regions of win war, another claims U will he had two outstanding lusts- Than buy Defame SAVING '
to youth, for they will be the Illinois. A hundred and more be airplanes\ while a third affirm I love of himself and of money. STAMPS instead of pew 11- '
leader of the new world when yean ago an earthquake at New gas win do the trick, but In this i Either I* destructive: of the finer fail the sue will soon acsia abIDe
this war has ceased. Madison, farther down "or man case planes aad gas are twin element of meD oa sa America tt pan I IV"IJ'





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\ PRICES FROZEN I OSCAR A HOME


!a J ON FERTILIZER, __ II What Should You Save To He&>1 ; ,


BY HENDERSON WASHINGTON D. O-The following table Ir-e4 by the Tiiasaij, i
1 Department la Intended as a area .* yarded w average Income- \ ;
j earner. It suggests how everyone of the 48,000,000 I .

i.. On reb. 27 retail fertilizer , employed Persons in the Vslted States may partidt -| ;
. prices were frozen at the wiling !* *ia the war ffort through the systematic purchase ;
p that prevailed during the five-da I of Defense Savings Bonds ,1
. 'f"\b, period Feb. 18-20, Inclusive, border ""'- "The jab ahead of M ia far bigger than meat .f w 1
of Price Administrator Leon '. realise,* Secretary Vorjwithaa declared U Baking}I
Henderson.By .: the table puWc.Z know that the Amarieaziyeopl*] (
.ru r his order-Temporary Max .gat ; are toady to fc their part M solo 1M wiz 0Da cl the, (

',' ;mum Price: Regulation No. 1-the ways we caa da anti two is by iBtanaif/tac BUT,".
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, .J- price dminlttn forbids the, {fort la the Bureau*of Defense da." }
retail ale of mixed fertilizer, sup.' l a rs' a 'iW While person without daysnfaaU may Joe aMe to! 4
erphoipate, and potash on and y act *>U* MOM than the suggested figures, persons ,
.1 after February 27 at prices above with several dependents .t with other Wry family}]

those at which any seller of fertilizer -, obligation, nay be viable to save at the suggested)
at retail did business during rate, the Treasury Department pointed out
the five-day period. This temporary -
regulation has a life of SO, .
.J: of
p Sn..t Aradrru.lae.
days from its effective date, but I .[nl .31w ... ".1'W a.wJaw-"I ........
on or before its expiration will be a le |ass .law sat4.0.
YY 1a ? see 150 4.YTeoN 5aasawIIe
lation.supplanted by a permanent regu M lIS,0" 1BMYa0s.NN j/15ss0.ATTveTee.eeT.eOOsNes. ..oilY .esMoaa.t5eeae A

Fertilizer prices have advanced r ee o.-a a:: I : : .::,, : -iIi
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considerably: as compared with a t 5l. 1. sae .e 00 r ': =:E1:.004* I .088.11M.4,116.Lao0.anr : : '
'10Mr.. Henderson stated, o M .Tew
year 1 I.
M aloe I...* ..... :oa.selroe ew.same,
+ "Our to farmers produce are as being never before called Y hue 1. IN It:: 3 t.=a.N: LoseMN wt "ll: fan:::
upon eu.. 2.1009.94 0.00041.1U.5N
. the vital commodities and foodstuffs -
that will play so Important uo ueu.SN

1 a part in winning this war. In MDATEd you go outT""Yeah.
making this effort, farmers have I borrow ."
"Say, bob7 your
f a right to expect that supplies ofI' "
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pen "Wait minute till I finish this
fertilizer shall be placed at their thing' "
"Sure letter will you?
disposal at unlnflated prices "Got a piece of writing paper I "All right
Higher fertilizer prices at this can u..T" "Want to lend me I ..tampT""Vbhuh.
I' time can only serve to binder our I 'Reckon so." ."

national" food production pro- "Going past the mailbox when "Much obliged. Say what's
gram. your girl a addreai?"-Ex.
So-called mixed fertilizers, cov- ,
j r rf t A course wants to go to school regularly -
ered by the new "freeze" are themost
each day. j
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nrodurt of theindustry.
important In speaking of Oscar Marcus C.
;; ; i I I'k ,
f. The business is highly
Jacksonville, Mar. 12-Oscar the Children's Home Society of r gg-better known everywhere
seasonal Most fertilizer Is used
Smith, an utterly homeless, good Florida that is now anxious to as "Daddy" Fagg-the state superintendent -
9 in the South for growing cotton, i
find some family who will take of the home society
tobacco and looking, pleasant dispoaitloned lad
com, vegetable crops,I him In as a son of their own and said, "I do hope we can find just
t and li necessary because of soil eleven of lost Us
:years age own
give him the love, care: education the right home for Oscar soon
conditions. Over W% of the volume w--op
home and parents forever something and opportunity to enjoy life and for many other homeless boy a Ae* 1W
Is sold In February, March
over I :year ago, because -as every boy: should They need and girls from eight to 16 years
and April la the South. not adopt him. of age-all of whom are deserving -
At the termination of the SOt neither his father nor his mother
day temporary,. regulation period, cared enough for him to be willing -, Oscar prefers a home in the of good homes with people of
who could
good character -
provide
the main fertilizer, sales season to provide a borne. Ia fact, country, where he can help look home and
a reasonably good
will be evei'. Permanent price so completely neglected and mis after chickens: pigs, calves: ,, and for these .
cejlinsjs will take Into account treated was he that ho was taken other live stock, in exchange for schooling will gladly give full youngsters.We Informs :
from them permanently and leally good Oscar of
a name
shipping and other factors existIng Bourse
tion if inquiries are addressed to
at that time. However, it wa.emph..1zad by one of the courts of Flori- Is Just a boy and must have time our society at 403 Consolidated
da. This court committed him to for recreation and play-and
of')
Mr.
by Henderson Building Jacksonville, Florida."
that every effort will be made to The Implement ef
hold prices around current levels .
if studies prove that industry
profit margins will remain at fair I
figures. I N ACTIVE SERVICE the Mm
The fertilizer freeze order. Issued -
Feb. 22, covers fertilizer ..
sales down to a minimum. Z50( for Americas Two Great Armies'
pounds. OPA will scrutinize all -. -- UDNBLEUMLUIBLE
such small lot sales with extreme
care for possible evasions. rets
Some 750 mixers will be affected -
by the fertilizer order. In 1940
the industry produced 8.J10B5S

tons.The
manufacturer Is given the
choice of (1) his price list In effect America-no longer on chi

during the period between defensive Bow attackingwith
February IS and 21. or (2) the
weighted average sale price during every ounce of product

such period, or (I) if there tive skill human energy and
was no such price list, the list of
others In the same locality. mats determination it cia

muster.

t The area served by Southern -

AMniIDiUI Bell is teeming with ac

tivity at America takes the

DINNERand initiative in its vigorous bat

tie for victory.

oar Vital to this allout: effort

COUNTRY, STORE Is the tdapiwo.-i..tastra.mot .

Benefit 01.........sVjunJa

SACRED BEllY ClJRCJlI cosooMiiiacatiaai*brw .*i f

tie ana*wits the gv-and
Pistills Mseee u..a II ....... ....... II ....---ling T1k.tsbna.wg
,. at Church Clubhouse N ... ....., w ewe ..........., ... ........ At mm fcttssf h*gu widiAsacrictas

I W *.. MCfrnM6 KHtCIt ...... a4** UM Uses M ***.. .... dug die a...
Thursday Much M -bawy.d..a.. end MMtMsl _.ae..e.ties. .... 0HaaiV /... .....> ".
w...' .. II bane .*.. leaves w ......[. /*sI with .
12 t* 2 and 530 to S lOVf YOU"ltVrJ T I I f.nl. CniUAHA*MY.nU. H*.. UM tl\itt\ .....Uiitiaye 1.sssB wiled Voice SiS). 0ff wide
soon gsislae -........ .. mss sad 6000" ehs sees ., brvd ow ..... f
TICKETS 50 CENTS men ... ...1 seeded -- ...... d.ask .. -r..... ....... "-'e eke wiled porpos*-with the
.... ., Weal me see .--...... Ir MM *..*.. Sae travel W tas taasi *T sef_ *
eft rat ,Par Saws *f *..C per ...M .. s.ses sad ass"A telephone serving at Th*
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r .. Implement .
HOTEL REDLAND .t rash-) 1SOvruERn t
Dr. Leonard W. Hoak"GLASSES
j.l sFlagler Avenue stems NNXROTIONJIN
mom BELL
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- MISS MERLE BOOTH BECOMES BRIDE | MRS. J. F. HAMMETT ELECTED PRESIDENT

OF JOSEPH LEROY JACKSON IN MIAMIIF -ne CalendarMar. I f OF SENIOR WOMAN'S CLUB OF HOMESTEAD .,;

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Announcement li being mad about six months ago from Moul- J3-Meeting of painting Mn. J, F. Hammett was elected announced also that the long, ''A .
tint week of the marriage of Mill trio, Ca, to make her home with group at home of Mn. D. G. president of the Woman'i Club of Plea", words for which were written .
I
I Merle Booth of Homestead and Mn. Davis. She li a daughter of Spellman at t:30. Homestead at a meeting Tuesday by Shirley Harkness Sellara
Joseph LeRoy Jackson of Naranjain Mr. and Mn. C. A. Booth of Moul- Mar. 13-Exhibit 'Of Princeton will be sung Mrs. Clayton
the courthouse In Miami on trle and she was graduated from Home Demonstration Club at evening In the clubhouse. Mrs Sedgwlck Cooper will review one
Feb. 21Mr Moultrie High School. home of Mrs. R. L: Scott P. J. Franklin. Will re-elected of her books, "In a Chinese Court-
*. Albert Sykei, I sister of { Mr. Jackson Is a son of Mr. and Mar. 14-Dane* In Chamber of treasurer. Other officen elected yard."
IF the bridegroom, and Mrs. Em Mri R. C. Jackson who have livedIn Commerce building sponsored by I were: Mrs. H. 6. Cronwall, tint
Davis of Homestead I inter of Naranja for 29 years. He was the Junior Woman's Club. DR. CARL F. ROBINSONHEADS
vice-president; Mn. R. O. Shore
the bride witnessed the ceremony born here and was graduatedfrom Mar. 18-Card.n Club meeting second vice-president; Mrs. Herbert MEN'S CLUB

I Redland High School He at home of Mn. M. M. Black. Kate, recording secretary; Mri Dr. Carl F. Robinson was
The bride wore a dark blue drivel the Miami Technical High
Mar. 16-Meeting of Homestead Ida Eichenberger, corresponding elected president of the Men's
street length dress with white School bui.
accessories.The I They are making their home In B. P. W. C secretary; and Mn. T. E. Stadlg, Club of the Homestead Presbyterian -
bride came to Homestead Naranja. Mar. It-Monday Music Club auditor. Mn. H. K. Foulk pre Church at a dinner meeting
- meeting at home of Mn. Bevo. sided. Friday at the home of Wm. C.
Webb at 3:30 o'clock. Officers of the senior and junior Payne, president. Lieut W. L.
CEDLAND P..T. A. HEARS en Livingston and Miss Alice Mar. 16-Social, .-meelln. ; 'of women's clubs will be Installed .at. !Sawyer wgi..eleoted vice: .pr9!!' 'i
TALK ON SCHOOL BONDSAn I Macomber; and past patron Present Junior Woman'i Cl t ? I tie, dinner meeting on April 28; Sent'',KIfM/ >_rrtCk.ae! re.t .., t
outline of the district bond i were: Chss G. Turner, R. G. Mn. J. D. Perkins was named
t issue for school Improvementswas I Moon, Mr. Livingston and Mr. Mar. 17-Meetlng of Homestead general chairman of the dance : lag:W, H. K. Pendleton. rectorof
W. S. C. S. circles. ,
given by Chai. G. Turner, I IIt English. the club ls giving March 2* In the the. ,S>. :John's Episcopal.
chairman. of the Dade County : Plans for a benefit dinner and Mar. 17-Meeting _p| Redland Chamber of Commerce building. .Church, "'.*.fl\a. speakeR.of. he,
U'' school t board. at a meeting of the I supper to be held March 28 were Woman's Club In clubhouse.Mar. Mrs. Adrian Jacobs win hart evening. ..Each: ,. member present
Redland P. T. A. Wednesday made.. IT-Meeting of Cleaners charge of the music; Mrs. Walter 'drew,a. sketch showing, ow be
sing ;In the school eV..1 It was announced that officers IK First Baptist Church. Weiss, of the tickets; Mrs. Irene ,would.:like the' proposed .Sunday.
A review of their of District 29 and Mrs. Margin Mar: 18-Meeting of Homestead Shanklin. Mri. H. Ruegg, Mn. A. ,schob >building ,to Jb*.built .. "
was given by Pansy r"T": :I Hanes, .grand Instructress, will be P. T. A. at :3 I o'clock In school au I E., Paul Mrs Shore, Mn. Ham Dinner.was. served. by Mrs. A.
Girl Scouts sponsored by the Red- honored March 20 I ditorium. mett and Mn. Cronwall; of the A: Payne, .M.... .W.'':A.: Kopp.and:
land P T. A. Miss Myrtle Ker. decorations.At Mrs J.Present. R. Brooks.
foot 1i captain of the troop. i REDLAND W. 8. C. I. TO HELP Altar Mar 19-Baked ham dinner of the request of Preston B were: the Rev. Gee: H.
Society of Sacred Heart
I
Second grade pupils taught byMrs. CHURCH AT BENEFIT SUPPER Catholic Church. Bird, the club memben will help Ricks. J. M. Holfertyi; W. H.
Ruth Russell presented a Plans to assist the Redland sell defense stamps each Wednes. Owens, .A. F Darling E C.;
Dr f Q Quiz which was conducted -I 1 Community Church put on a benefit -II Mar. 20-Local exhibit of day at the Williams Bros officeIn Brandenburg, Don .Ferreyru,
b) Barbara Cooper Doro- I'| fish fry supper March 24 were Homestead. Home DemonstrationClub. the Loaner building Dr. Ira J. Haynes, M. W. Kent,
then Turner Marshall Holm.aI I made at a meeting of the W. S. Mn. O. W. Calkins, chairman of F. M. Kent, Vane N. Harris, H. O.
ChurlciWilli,im. and Lee FennelL I IMrt IC. S. Wednesday afternoon In the I Mar 20-Meeting oj Ad Astra the poetry week program to be Cronwall, Willard Norman R N.
lleimfln Hrinleln, prcii- church. Chapter of O E S. honoring district given March 24 In the clubhouseat 'Herman C. C. Krumpacker J, W
dent innnunpfd that officers will 1, Present were: the Rev. and Mrs officers. 8 o'clock announced that the Irwin, Mr. Frlck Dr., Robinson
ti' '1c\h.d in April and installed W. E. Row ell. Mri. Anna Meueri I Mar. 23-Meeting of Monday following local poets will take Dr. Pendleton Lieut Sawyer Mr.
," 'ui"" I '" 4Y. i smith Mn August Hcucr Mrs. Music Club with Homestead Art part: Mrs. R. H. Fitzpatrick, Mr-. Kopp and Mr. Payne.
M. M Ramsey Mrs II J. Arm. i Club In Legion hall at 3:30.: Lamar Dickinson Mrs. W. K.
MonMI' CLUB '': tl'ona. Mrs. A. M VIMcn Mrs I Mar. 24-Poetry Week program Huas, Mrs Geo. E Reed, Mri GIn RADIO PROGRAM:
rOMJOMD' UNTIL 1I1.\R. IP I A. W. January and Mrs. Frank W. of Homestead Woman's Club at Herman Helnleln, Mn J. E. Mist Louis Long Fitzpatrick of
ere incuting of the Monday ,StIllman.. I clubhouse at 8 o'clock. Gaurens Mrs Catherine Pickard Homestead and Miss Doris Brownof
lla ('lui.: vi,u. postponed from I Mar. :24-Redlunrt Community Mn T. D. Plche, Mn John West Palm Boach, teachers at
tan Mi" nda\, until March IS be.(i 1 GLEANERS TO HONOR ,Church benefit fish fry. Julian. Mrs A. R. Livingston.) Everglades City will present the
'WINTER VISITOR TUESDAY Mm Agnes/ J. Eason of Hialeah
A'a11rr "r tin death of Julion H. Mar 25-Meeting of University. glee club which they teach over
W.MCii. i Members of Cleaners Clara of Mrs. AUtm Connett of Coconut 43
\\ ebsterlsanacltiw Club at home of Mri. WQAM Saturday at 2; clock
J.
R Rut.
Grove Mri E.
the First M. Lawrence of
mrmb,1If the club and Baptist Church of
4iT\ed at Its first president. Homestead who spend only the land.Mar. Coral Cables, Mrs Addle Mat ,
This meeting will be held at ,i i' winter here will be honored nt 28-Benefit dinner and I Johns and Mrs. A. H. Steel. She I READ THE WANT-ADS

the home of :Vri Deco Webb, and a meeting of the class Tuesday O.supper E SMar. .of Ad Astral Chapter of ,
Mrs. Ooo N. Wakefield, :,rn. Ci I afternoon at the church. I
. l 28-Dance la Chamber of I I
Ji M Mrs. E H. Collier, Mrs Lee H. I W. 8. C. S. CIRCLES Commerce building given by I A
'. 'TO MEET Homestead Woman'i :
Lehman and Mrs. Webb will be TUESDAY Club
the hostesses I I, The \V.; S. C. S. circles of the Apr. Meeting of Redland Coming! Coming!! Coming!!!
Homestead Methodist Church will Neighborhood Club at home of
BKii>r.E run MEETS meet Tuesday afternoon.The Belle Mn. J. A. Rotherham.
IN !lOVTIIII.UII: I Bennett Circle will meet at the Apr. Installation dinner of
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Faust enter home of Mn. John Williams; the Woman's Club of Homestead and
tained the Thursday Night Bridge Perle Davis Circle at the home of Junior Woman's Club.
Club at their home In South Mia Mri. T. A. Ferguson; the Marian I
'" mi last week Mrt W. E. Rheney Fleitai Circle, at the home of Mrs. REXALL
and Bevo Webb were high score Casper Williams and the Outlook
:f prize winneri. Circle, at the home of Mrs. Geo.

Present_ were: Mr. and Mnnowara Estell.NARANJl.
u
Johnson, Mr. and Mrs.i "
I Lee H. Lehman, Mr. and Mrs. O.&S. DOM \I
I Julian H. Webster Mr. and Mn, RED CROSS SEWING ONECENTSALE
Oeo. N. Wakefield Mr. and Mn I Members of the Naranja Chapter I
Frank Webb. Mr and Mn Bevo I of the O. E. S. met at the homeof :>
Webb Mri Rheney. Mn. Elizabeth Mrs. Walter Peterson Fridayto
I Fucht, l. ra. R. R. Boyer and do Red Cross sewing. Mn. W.
Mr and Mn. Fawn I W. Bathes,. Red Cross chairmanfor I

11 the chapter, distributed t .luting +
oso o WOTM obmUoMt awl
jf AD ASTRA HONORS cles and quilt scraps. rt1.1 with Therakiue, the
H PAST MATRONS, PATRONS Present were: Mrs. Chas. UatsrlMi method . Coal,
rl I Sl4 past* matrons 'and four past rent, Mn. A. C. Albright JoIn W. safe/ -
I patrons of Ad Aitra Chapter of D. Sayers, Mn. Hugo Vihlen. Mn Ask for
the O. E. S. were honored at a O. W. Driggers. Mrs. Robert Bell, '
meeting of the chapter Friday Mri Bethea. Mrs. Peterson and '
W
d1tvcnniquL IBM FRI SAT.
:I night The In honor the I.guests O. O.told F halL what was Mill Margaret AlbrightAm .

done during their yean In'offlce. roHnmoNRnROLLS OU 11 AL_:_
Mrs. J.< W. English worthy SIATt M COXFOBT I' Pwaaa..s w_
ma-
I l won, made the welcoming address. cww.Aesw..5s.ap.. lit Ads%& IK. *It h, tat ALICE'S BeAUTY MARCH 18 19- \20i 2l: .
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I Past matrons present were: Mrti: .. tae II 111M P. aAdi. ,
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as M'" . .
A. R. Livingston, Mrs. B. O. I SALON
I branch, Mn Geo. W. Turner,j, Venetian Skating Rink .. : :
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Miss Esther area a. w. sass A... Mail II-It lIoCIwy A. &
Livingston, Miss Hel.1 AIMS as..K 0.-oaerw..


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Brown Blue Green
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Smith-Graves Furniture Co. ;at: DIXIE DRUG;: .


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Friday, March 13, 1942_____ HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Pace Seven .



SURGICALContinued I LATTICEWORK I WEBSTER CLASSIFIED ADS


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casualty clerk. Orderlies, Homestead and the of
a. I prospect
|Iin which he and hit brother H.
whoM duties are to act M messengers ''several hundred aviation cadets at BATE: First insertion 1C* a line; subsequent uuerUon*
'
Wlngfield Webster were substantial -
wll| be high school itu- our new airport, such a.place fa t stock holders. Whew the, M a lie
I II
dents. Stretcher bearer yolun- needed more than ever, for It
I i local telephone system Was sold ,I
j
I
teen are sought from men who will be the duty of Homestead to I
I I ito the Southern Bell some year FOR RENT FOR SALE-Baby guln "-S
are not air raid _rdent. First i provide recreation facilities for .1
[ later h* accepted the position j
months old. SOc each. Helen
selected I II
these
ba from those
alders will newcomers as well as for our
enrolled In any of Mill Cook'sfirst I homefolk" the Junior Club presi- with the county which h* held SPECIAL long term rate, 2 bedroom I Whiting Fcrreyr, Roberta road

aid classes.Dr. I dent ssid. until his death. As head of the electric furnished apartment I Just north of Avocado drive.

Carl F. Robinson of Red- The latticework will be painted quired right-of-way the right-of-way department that, h*mad ac- Hot %ater. I .minutes to j (aS-U

white and will be constructed In Homestead. Mrs. Eva Collins
land has been placed charge off
possible construction of the con-
sections so that It be Federal highway and Biscayne :
the Pen-In surgical station. may removed LOANS
crete highway that has no railroad I
for the holding of the drive, Modello.
annual -
Supplies for the surgical station I (crossings between Homestead and I
Redland District Festival It
her have been placed in a room I is estimated that the material (|Miami. Through his efforts also FOR SALE LOANS TO MODERNIZE

over the fire station, and are in I the widening of many narrow REPAIR AND REMODEL
will cost $135. The club
the custody of R. E. Sherard. I to get much of the labor donated.hopes I roads In the Redland District and WITCHWOOD. small, paying avocado I Grove, Residential and Business

The. supplies Include blackout I other part of the county wa and orange grove small : Property are available through

material, surgical supplies, and I Made possible.In house. Close in. City water I BROOKER LUMBER CO., INC.

drug kits SUICIDEContinued the great majority of Instances and advantages, mail delivery.No Suggestions:

The emergency surgical stations necessary rightofwaywas city taxes Hollister Sagn' Add extra rooms or porches

will be available for operation Incase ( from Page One) acquired without cost to the City. (pm-20) New roof and other repairs

of hurricanes during peacetime taken to the Florida City canal county due to Mr. Webster' Convert garage Into apartment

Mr. Cook said road in an automobile by three I winning personality and ability to LARGE all steel Macey safe, fireproof Convert house into duple apt

"The Homestead area", /he said, men who there threw an inflam- show property owners where they ; combination lock; equip- MONTHLY PAYMENTS 14
-r "has done t wonderful Job of goIng mable I ped with filing section; 3 doors.
liquid on him and set him would not only be doing a public $100 IS $XP8
mo. repay mo j.1
be Homestead ..
ahead with its emergencypreparations' afire, was all a figment of the service but also Would be bene- : May seen at $1000, 38 $31.94 mo. ;
and Loan office. Mrs mo.-repay
r such as these first Imagination, according to Deputy fitting themselves by giving'.lam Building
I $1000 00 mo.-repay $21 87 mo
aid classes Mill Cook Is Sheriff Claude Highs testimony to the county for wider and better N. O Ball, Phone 564-J
l 00 .
$5000 $108.33
mo-repay mo.
: and the Junior Woman's teachin'l I..pon.orlnIInd 'at the inquest roads past their doors ;, (ml3-tf) I .

you I I James E. Dobbs, a ticket agent The Homestead Luncheon Club Loans Can Be Secured
FRUIT SPRAY MACHINE with
it without waiting for aid and lat the Union Bus Station in Maml I organized In 1923 through the lo Modernize and Repair
tank and motor. also steel bbL,
prodding by the defense counciL" Identified a of LEASED OR MORTGAGED
picture Leplns asa
Initiative of Mr. Webster, later be-
see L. S, Spencer Navy pipe yd.f20.tU.
"GROWERSContinued man to whom he sold a tlckelTuesday came the Homestead Rotary Club ( PROPERTY ,

morning for Florida I City and h* was Us first president He

He recalled the man wore a gray member of the Loans for NEW CONSTRUCTIONof
remained an active 170 ACRES Includes 90 acres po..
( from: Page One) I suit and he even made a mental 'club until a few years ago when tato land SO acres tomato and Commercial Buildings are also

by capturing the eighth high note that this ticket purchase his duties to the county became bean land and 40 acres scarified available on MONTHLY PAW

school district-tournament In Miami -, was "five feet six or seven and. so pressing and took him to such pine rand, only $125 per MENT PLAN through Brooker.

for the second straight year. would welsh about 160 pounds." distant parts of the county that acre, Federal Land Bank mortgage Lumber Co.Wayside .

Their final game was with Red-i I Deputy Sheriff High testified he resigned In order that his Inability of $7,000 at m% can be Stands, Burns, Gasoline

land High which it defeated 31 that he had talked with a bus to attend meetings regularly assumed Also 12 negro houses Stations, Utility BIHg Tourist

to 24. j'driver named Harold Haffner who would not affect the attendance and big barn. (mlJ-20) Cabins, Real Estate Office, Garage

The scoring was as follows: told him two passengers left his record of the club. His fellow Poultry Buildings, and various

i HOMESTEAD (35) !bus at Florida City on the day members, however proceeded FRUIT STAND with living quart. other Industrial and commercial

fg ft pf that Leplns was burned, that theyhad to elect kim an honorary memberfor buildings are eligible Inside or
bath and location
ers, 2"4 acres, good -
SOS not been sitting together and outside city limitsMONTHLY .
Porte f II life and he had been attending $900.
'
Lett. I 310 one had walked away by the time luncheons whenever' he could ft' PAYMENTS

Dellinger e T 3' 2 I the other got out. The second well as all dinner meetings of the 8 ACRES bearing avocados enclosed $100 18 mo.-repay $398 mo
1 I 1 man High said the bus drivel wife Mr Webster
Ballaro g organization. His with woven wire fence $1000, 38 mO.-repay Ml.84 mo.

!! Robinson, g .114Bowen told him, had on a gray suit and has been pianist for the club 10 acre scarified land, 2 acres $2500, 38 mo. repay $7985 mo.
.' ,' g 000 "was approximately five feet five since Its inception.In .
pineland no buildings, all for
Inches and weighed about 155pobnd. We also have F. II A. LOANSfor
addition to his wife ,
May $9,800-one-half cash, required
"
Totals 14 7 10 .. Showed the picture of Hartsock Webster he leaves I New Homes payable monthly

i Leplns Haffner, too was "reasonably over 20-2S .
[ daughter Alta, who flew here for 10' ACRES Includes 6 acres Va.1encla yean.W
REDLAND ((24))) sure that this Is one of the
the funeral from Decatur, Ga.. oranges and small cottage
men that got off bus"testifiedHigh. i furnish Ideas estimates and
my ,
fa..St pf
where she Is a senior at Agnes Priced at $2,500. Terms hall
materials
# Marshall f 314
Scott College. Surviving also are cash.
K.'Grew; ( : O. 0 1Lindgren I Haffner "would have b 2 here tonight but he Is working your needs with us. Phoneor
f 4 2
of Coral Gables and Hunt Plenty of other good values.
tonight and could not call W.'11 gladly exp'nln the
Hickson I 0 1 come, explained -
: c Webster of Eatonton, and I sister H. A. CAMERON
C Grew, e 1.2 i the state attorney's Investigator Mrs. Carrie Webster Dance Phone 73 Homestead FU.me27). service.

Sweeting g 0 1 0 Ray Mills. of Miami. ( BROOKER LUMBER CO.
Lopez 1 0 2 I Deputy Sheriff High said. In ef-
g ,fectthat from Investigation Pallbearers were: Lee H Lehman Phone It men 40Sllvmeatead.
- Howard Johnson J. D. Redd DOORS, windows, screens,secondhand -
,
H .
made the .a.I
by state office
attorney's
.i :12 -
: TQt.)0.\ 4 I and Frank L. Skill, J. R. Brooks and galvanized sh'ngles Cal _
by the sheriffs hi
Score at half: 20-11. office Frank Webb. Turner Funera at Eva Collins' home In Modello
Offlcals Younts and B lIard. I was confident that Lepins com- at noon. I LOSTSPECTACLED
Home was in charge of arrange
I I irftted suicide because he was

I leading a double lit*-having a ments. FOR SALE Tropical plant cit I blond pestle:

.LOSESSUIT wife In Michigan'and 'another In Oh, No, Tea Cant rut tree and troplcat fruit b frame lost about Feb 15, possibly

(Continued from Page One) [Jacksonville-and was getting too No one can read any of these season. June) Grove. Radian at Fruit Festival Box

neighborhood, there was no reason tangled up In*h's! lies to keep lines perfectly three times in sue raid and Pummel: drive. I A-137, Homestead Leader and

why the town should be madeto going cession. Not trippingly. j Enterprise.

contract ill limits to excludethe Deceived Chop shops stock chops. NOTICE I'Nnr' : LAW ncTiTioimNANI I

tract In question .from thetown' Bob bought a black back bath- NOTICE: III MUtKHY GIVEN thit tlwoVnteral ; WANTED
It was not the fee that caused brush. .. dnlrlu to ...... In kt.1_
Jurisdiction.
Sandy to look so sorrowful, as he ender the flrtllkn* .._ of A. a 1'. ,
In the course of the suit,.Town I I sniff shop snuff you sniff GROCERY Intend U ravlXrr DM .Id TUTORivo WANrrn nig' *>
Marshal Wm. J Geronimo testified -, staggered from the palmist's tent. "Rare with the CI.,. of the Circuit Courtof
: I 1 school and grade school subjects
"Mon Sandy, whit's wrang w'i' Dade County. Florid
to police protection given i i UK A. A. FRENCH,
Mrs II J. Armstrong, A. D,
the 40-arre tract on hick a y ? exclaimed a friend.Ye're I NEURITISCLEARER (Fob to .,. M.. d tint II. 1M>I I
I lookin awful glum" Plummtr drive and CouUrt
"trading post" and t trailer park
j Sandy pointed to the tent he had I Club road
are located and Town Clerk anl shop snuff.Old .
submitted '' just I-ft and answered: "That Ollie oils old oily autot.
Tax Collector Flora D. Myers oily NOTICE Of IMTNTI' tn APPlf
re ord to show that municipal 'VOman in ti"* told ma my wife'ssecond i Frank threw Fred three free I I TO TUB .a'IT f'NT run AMnxncR
hu. d was tag be very r .i / THOU' CI THE AH Pt"IV -
.
Ex.t
befits had been enjoji-l: handsome a.,d clever" { S, throw*- Or ANN *tJAIlllA RAUHK.WIVOK .
by the tract: although no taxes 1" .
'But," said: his friend "ye'r no l 'ICE III HFRFBY GIVEN th.t tlwunw.

needin' tae worry abbot that. It'll I' ..rnl....,, ,.......'.. I..4 rllM>nfl ft
-UNIT ,ml ; . ....nd unit
FARM i! 'vto County Hl t wfcta
f
b \M the lam when ye're ad .
A. DIMI
f April
I 1 'I 1 stab M the I.- Mr '"
rise aw*'," EXPERT ot llSO *. m.. or .. "".*, UwrmffrM
II (Continued ;:;;Page One) I i Its not .that," replied ndy. 1(4( ram, tit BW the Clmlt b .k.aid Court, In MM In and of thJudifo for

lionization of the Dade :County "Whits 1nH1-:"' me sad Is toe ken Dear .'..only C.r an. T ..........,...
unit, which will be among the first lean win marrlt afore an' never BARBERING the .....*"!! of H.. .k Rank*. a
Minor. kjr th. asdon Urn J.
county. unit organized 4n Florida 'Wt met"--Ex! : f UNDERSTANDING I IHalrn& C. KIRRV SMITH M, D.KVtUTN ,
The ,slat federation," organized : :: ."""" , ''' ."" I o. *MITH.
only recently, was admitted into A rapidly increasing number of ._ . .._. ._'He frtilluivn.warm .
: u .000M.
the parent body, th* American GLASSES sufferers from Neuritis are finding ..... .._._-'. .___ also i Attnnor for IMIt'.tort.I .
I ..,. II 10. If. APT *. I*. IMS
Farm Bureau Fedaratlonrlrst Dcentfjr *- ;| that relief from this afflic Sbastroe (Ps.hie! I

: J reap'I lion 'Is to be more logically *x- C Medicated ___ ,1elIa 1 h a 1 rrirt r'foP. Tila'MV
'"Tike AmerLast Form Bureau : p. Jed thr* n the method of shampoo } I .J?!. ,..RrtIT I. ;alas WOK aAD6CC

v Fed-ration has.; Jor.'J'ot"11 YOM, fbtropractic.: ;:Aeowledge of ,. '. ..._A.. __"_ lie I ; ; ::1 vsaa ry 4. !aT

bon the concerted "we.III1M, vh Neuritis' Is, tof "!I' with an racial .- .. .. ___ ICe. I : + fllllil.". ./.t"5,41. oT".IlN'J4..ae.a ....
ae M
American\ farmer", aid Mr., jndv Standing al what "", Iropnc- Facial -.A _ 2&lera'w I 5 . sand '

.'cooper Jar the j b.1stJn. Sulu!, to-. tic ,J'ss, .tt. f"*'. a,, Tle first Joe ,l. ae1.J, _...a... :. I Il' f' ,...... :,.:: 1:11r"; t1. CJw C'..-A.ce:..4i.y .

-'l r h\1 f "n(+'R.11p''l' (.:i it1<1 step; .,t jw--d f*''K t.r e..totteringBO1 ..... .' '__ :. ___..... M _: "' ..-t... ....a.... .:........... -.....
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... ,)':;Iefi ;:''ir-1toiriJ Jule.e !: dross je ik.d,. Gtr : cri'c ,, .I tale = !
"' I w1 be IN -TtW.tyn $:201F,1tal: > f 1:18'. ,1 'JJJ" ',;. f;;, es. ,o.w jar. :
: 1,6 ijya t- Afi.,, .d. .r allue )J Ills t:: .f 1RY .. .10-- tloo J it!

., :.r Vests:' 1"" : -.. ,t",: an'F Le1'; ..at I I. u ." ...ladslwr'I.:.e c.urt..4s.'. ra.gselao Fe.., "I":::: ra..

-. J.- .-.I( u.f ay. .M ilbiaeitdr21001.1 far.L. sera- i.11J. 1 ... i A1iOiqlAklirseera. ' : be $ . c.:... -.4.e. w. \ sM1a .t."..
dottQke gaNrtllrs ; > IS' Drr4. ? 1t w '
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p.f I'. '''' ...-+'' 'Ir'7 .i.L: .-= : . 44.3194 MAMA 14
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Eight HOMESTEAD_LEADER_ AND ENTERPRISE Friday, March 13, 1942
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Alma Fry of runt Mich. who Home Protection Topic fF|
REDLAND F. F. A.
!have been visiting in Miami after Of Meeting at Capitol-
a tour et Florida, were Friday By Gears Wlacate. Beferur I .V
In and Around I I I guests of Mr. u4 Mn H. J. Mr*. Eddie Jiid.nbacker': .
Derbyahinv Friday night March .. Red' talk on "Home Protective: at a f
land Future Farmers and invitedgueat public meeting in the Capitol
The W. W. r. c. class: met enjoyed a wiener roast Theatre, Miami! at It a. m. :Tue- l'
Homestead Thursday evening at the home. of and party at our Future Farmer day. March 18, according: to an
Mn. Boyd Cohernour. room at tcbooL We all assembled announcement by the home and .
at 8 p. m., and made merry until community: service division of the
Mn. David Snow la recovering 10, when our party wa ever and Dade County Defense CounciL ..\.
Mn. Albert banes of Ravenna, Mrs..N. Von Geldren who spent from her recent Uln.... we all went home. Preparationand : On the tame program Katherine
0., it visiting her parent Mr. and the) week-end with her parentsin serving of the refreshments I Hepburn will be beard aa commentator
Mrs. W. D. Horn, in Homestead.Mn. Lake Worth wi accompanied Johnny Becker: has secured: em. wa the work of Jimmy Ross, In a motion picture entitled .
on her return by her mother who ployment on the pipe line project James Campbell Bruce Wagner "Women in Defense" and a
Rudolph Coumin and Infant 'will make a short itay.FLORIDA tt Ttvernler.Mn. and Morgan Hodge, who did a March of Time "When the Air :
ton were returned to their I good Job of the refreshment butineta. Raid Strike win be shown I i
home Friday from Jackson : Selma Mattson and granddaughter Game, etc, were under the There will be no admission' 4
CITYBy Norma Becker direction: of "several members, charge. :
Memorial Hospital in Miami.Mrs. warren SeveryJ. the week-end with Mr.: and, spent.MI'II., among them being Lynn Gowdy, ..'.....................:........'.. r
J. X.: Cowman plan topertf Johnny Becker. ; Bruce Bitting and Carl Spring- BOY SCOUT NEWSBy

the weefc- n4 with Mr. Collier of Greenville. Texas, felt Others, Jr, besides those named ............Leroy.......FlUhuth................. f.
Gouman and their daughter, arrived Monday to visit for a Mitt Ethel Pierce of Miami was
Eloise, in Key West'Mr. week with hit brother and titter a week-end guest tt the home above who were present at our The salvage drive wa held Saturday 1
In-Iaw Mr. and Mn. B. F. Col- of Mr. and Mr. E. Tlsdale.Mr party were J. L. King, Jr. Reid and we collected: ] several .
and Mn. Edaet Helnleln lier. Wytong Willard Thompson, Earl truckloads of paper and a good
Wytong, Eugene Ingram Rex deal of brass and copper. The
will leave lOOn for New York Charles Clinton will visit
where Mr. Heinlein it stationed Mrt. H. M. Degler and Mr*. from Friday till Sunday eveningIn Seats Lee Walker members; entire troop wishes to thank the
on the V. S. S. Tuiciloosa. Theyare Dorothy Barker and ton, Charlie, Key West Misses Lydia Borgardt, Margaret people of Homeftead for cooperating .
visiting with Mr. and Mn. left for Key West Saturday for SUllman, Lot Odom Irene Cox, 10 well. .
Herman Heinlein m Mr. and a week'i visit with Mr. Degler. William Martin Jr., of Hoboken and Dorothy Stewart, guest; and national defense, and
Mrs. Sayert, Parents of Mri. Helnleln. N. J. was a week-endlUeat of our advisor and Mn. Baker. told a load of eacboBody recently
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Mn. Helnleln went to New Mr. and II... John Freeman of his aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mn. Saturday, March '. our chapter
j York to meet Mr. Heinlein. Fairmont, W. Va. arrived last W. J. Geronimo. wa represented in our tub-dit- *
week for a viiit with Mr. Free trlet F F. A. rifle match: at Miami
Mr. and Mn. C. C. Krumpacfcer man't parent, Mr. and Mn. J. Frank eraAO-- who farmed here: by Carl Sprlngfelt, Jr.. and Don
of Roanoke, V*., who are winter Freeman and other relatives here this season left Tuesday ''for ald Crtfe. Donald made' the high and
i r visitor In Homestead are entertaining and in Homestead. Chester N. T. : score in the match: Individual),
their fon-ln-l and I and Donald and Carl together Fender Work ;
daughter, Mr. and Mn. J. Peters. Mitt Bonnie Myen of Miami Mn. M. Silverman of Miami made an average for our representative
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spent Sunday and Monday with arrived hen Saturday for a! of 45 point
Mr. and Mn. A. B. Thompsonof her parentt Mr. and Mrt. W. EMler. week's visit with Mr. and Mn. Our regular meeting Monday
Grafton, N. D. and their children .. J. IL Simon Her ton, Myer Sllvennan night, March 9, convened in our I PAINTING
are vsitlng in the South Al of Miami was here Mon chapter room at 8 p. m. Present
lapattah Garden section for a few Mr. and M.... J. S. Caves leftThursday day. were: Eugene Ingram J. L. King, SEAT COVERSUPHOLSTERY :t.
da).. by train for a visit in Jr* Willard Thompson Carl
Eldred with Mr. and Mn. A. B. Miss Mllfred Severy returned, Sprlngfelt, Earl Wysong Lynn I : "
Mr. and Mn. J. C. Virgin of Longhorn and family.. from the Kendall hospital Friday. Gowdy, Jimmy Rosa, Donald All Work GuaranteedArt's :
Illinois moved this week into an Graf and Rex Seats. After a
apartment at the home of Mn. Tommy Whitehead of Miami Mrs. C. H. Rhodes and ion, short business session, Robert
i H. H. Ewin,. pent the week-end at the home Bobby and Mrs. M. Bailey were Manson gave us tome instruction:
of Mr. and Mn. L. Walkup. Mr. Sunday visitor of Mn. E. in flrt-ald measures and we adjourned I
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. KoUerty and Mri. Lloyd Delta and family Rhode and went home a$ 9:29 Paint Shop
were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. were Sunday dinner guests at the J.I p.
and Mn. Dick home. Mn. Richard Cockerell m.We
Sherrlngton in Walkup are till collecting: : scrap I
Miami. Tuesday for a week'i stay in iron and waste paper at an aid in
George Fry and daughter, Mia Matecumbe.: I
Mf. and M.... W. A. Kopp t
moved from Homestead to 3098
:Elizabeth street in Coconut Grove. ..
GROVE LANDS-TRUCK LANDS-CITY LOTS-HOMES
Newt Whitley of Birmingham
hat returned to Auburn where he Prices Were Never 8. Low-Plenty of Good Values TURNERS FUNERAL

it a student at Alabama Polytechnic ,
Institute, He hat been II' A. CAMERONREAL
r 0 E.211ilourAmbulunce
i visiting John Hickson in Naranja.Mn. ESTATE

Arthur French: and Mrs Service
Claudine Rhodes have Joined tie I HOMESTEAD, FtCRTOA I

, soda fountain staff of the Dixie O,pe.te: Oil Fellow Laudlnf LADY ATTENDANT

r Drug. TeL NA 7J Established 1921 I Phone 270 Homestead, FlalwjyCr1
r Mr. and Mn. B. C. Murphy!
pent Sunday visiting a daughter, ---------- -
Mist Catherine Murphy, In Miami -

j law Hallundale.and,another Mr. and daughter M.... ;Jack and Rhode ton-in., in I .. ,I




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