Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00576
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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: January 8, 1943
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00576
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
lccn - sn 95047482
lccn - sn 95047482
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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YoL 32No. 2 Homestead, Florida. Friday, January 8, 19-13 Price 5 Cents li

. ; :250 Tennessee Field Hands Here I II

I : As Wickard Holds Bahama Hearing :'

':':1: Preston: B. Bird Starts Term CONTRACTS BEING CARRIED I



I Pvt.Ruther Sullivan Plays Part I


I In Rescue of Rickenbacker Party:

OFFICE HOURS Ruther Sullivan, U. S. Marine happy. Enalosed find a check for THE WEATIIER ,About 250 negro farm work-

who If serving In the Pacific, had $205 a* a Christmas gift from me.I Official weather report of the en, recruited In .Tennessee under
part Nov. 13 In the rescue otCa.pt wish you and the whole familythe Subtropical Experiment Station. Farm Security' Administration
best Christina you ever had, Homestead, Florida. contracts arrived this past week
1" AT CITY HALL Eddie Rickenbacker, according and,hope that the new year will bar IH.i.| Yin I Me. I Hull and are already employed In the
.to a letter Just .received..by, fee fml.of hl ppilta'fee:all of you Dec Jl 4.77 \I 42 IJOOS
his parents, 'Mr. and Mra.-Daft,I t ion wish I could be with you Jan. I. .J 80 I 51 13009,' rine.

f i Su'llvan. Before recejpt of the: this Christmas, but that 1s Impossible Jan. 2. J 78 j/ 62 t I II Even a* the FSA plan for use
; Preston B. Bird newly-elected letter, Pvt. Sullivan had been recognized -' However I know I will Jan I. I SI [ 48 | of domestic workers began to
chairman of the Dade County : by friends her mho taw' be there next year. Jan. 4.. 14I I 54 |130.131 show concrete results. Secretary
1. commission plan tto have office the newsreel of the rescue. "Look for my picture In the Jan. 5 -I 78 I 4> 130.IS! of Agriculture Claude R. Wickard

hour in Homestead,each Monday I I Following are excerpts from paper with Capt. Eddie Ricken Jan. 1..1.{ 74 1 48,13020)) called a hearing for today In
and Saturday and 1* trying to a letter written to his mother on I backer and the rest of the men.I Washington the Industry labor
i. work put his schedule accordingly, Nov. 17: I helped rescue them and put j advisory committee ot the War
he Mid yesterday. His desk will 'Just a few lines before the I them all on the plane to go to the OPA SETS $3.65 j'Manpower Commission to discus
be In the office of Mayor Torn plane pulls out with the mall to' hospital. I further the Importation of Bahamans -
Harris In the Homestead city hall. let you know that I am well and "Rusty". 1 1 a* a labor reserve.
MT. Bird former mayor of "W. I .POTATO CEILING This announcement was made

Homeilgad,.civic leader and automobile .last night by Luther.t,'Chandler.
Canning Equipment OfferedBy i
dealer defeated J. D. I FOR S. FLORIDA Florida consultant to the commission *
Redd veteran commissioner, Inthe Ii
1M2 election Homestead Demonstration Club who was invited to the
(Continued on Page Three)
Winning the war and the ;
I The ceiling price for South
(Continued on Page Eight) I To alleviate food shortage their own homes, Mrs. Anderson
Florida will be
'caused by the proposed rationingof said, or a committee will help potatoes reconsidered DAILY AUCTION
any member with her canning and if increased production -
WM. WARD HERE canned goods, the Homestead problem at the club room In :' costs warrant, the local ceiling -
Home Demonstration Club is offering 'I MAY
the use 'of club canning the Future Farmer clubhouse. All will be raised, Luther L' BE STAGEDATFARMMARKET
to member-
women are eligible
AS DIRECTOR OF equipment without charge to I Chandler was advised yesterdayby
ship she said, and the dues are
member and at a nominal cost only: 25 cent a year. telephone from Washington.The I

uso ACTIVITIES I to non-members, Mrs. Carl Anderson The average cost of home-I I present price ceiling Js
president, announced yes-
canned goods j* about three cent equitably based on Lake Oketcho- Tentative plans are being made

terday.Person can use this equipment, a can; Mrs "' Anderson pointed out. I'bee production costs which are for the conduct of a dally auctionat

"In the future. no service man pressure cookers, sealers, etc., in and such reserve are not 1:lower than ours, Mr. Chandler the Florida.City State Farmer1
will be barred from any dance under the rationing program ]: market. Manager C. S. Phillip
held,In the VSO buUdin,." This At Its last meeting the Homestead I I announced yesterday. The suggestlon -
1* the policy laid down by Wm. E. Array Posts to Sell Boxes ,dub decided to buy a rere I The ceiling price on South has been advanced by a
For Containers flanger so that cans may be re- :Florida potatoes had been set at and farmers,
D. Ward, new director of the local Crop number ot buyers a*
flanged and used again with new I 13.65 a 100 pounds FOB the shIp.I of
USO unit, who arrived here Tuesday I an efficient: method selling
top, she said This conservation ping point, according to an announcement -
from he saidThere .
Lebanon, N. H. Jacksonville Jan. 7-Used containers produce
.. ,. In line with the I by the Office of Price l
The USO building the former for farm products are III government I* a good demand for all
i'. .c Chamber ef Commerce building, available for purchase by farm-I program of saving vital tin Administration, earlier this week.I vegetables, with tomato bringing
.' will be devoted exclusively to the ers at var'ous! army posts The club advocate According to figures released i a top price of (5.75 tnls work..
; use of enlisted men and their auxiliaries out the fourth service den and offers valuable atore'l'l by County Agent Chas H. Stef- Beans are quoted from $200 to
Mr. Ward Mid in an In- .was announced by throulh-I live materials to those fan), potato prices had been j jI 1375 and squash from $173 to
terfiew Wednesday morning at M. Williams of the 1 pegged at 1315 a hundred pounds $3.25.
(Continued on Page Three) Marketing I or $157tt ,for the 52.pound nor Signs have been erected on
-......--. ASK OFFICERSTO Ida crate. Last year* average each side of the platform where
price was $1.75 a crate, he said. daily price are shown Mr.
Need for the higher ceiling due I Phillips said New buyer are
(An Editorial) ALL to Increased fertilizer seed and .coming In every day and are eagerto
v ,labor costs, was presented to bid on produce. The market I
What happened at the New Year' .
Eve dance U split '
,. milk but. all parties concerned are resolved that such a PLEASURE CARS Washington by A. F Arthur repI cafe will be opened on Monday,
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I' situation shall not be repeated. I tenting local growers he sa'd' . -- ,
Thi Junior Woman's Club (*-110\ 'to blame, foe It' followed -
edicts of the local VSO committee. The committee Lecel .officer have been askedto Parman Issues Statement i I
,; la turn was guided by a national policy and the thought .1 I *
U the local
was that tine VSO dance exclusively for enlisted men report A rationing
pre given : the civilian dances wood: board all violation of the OPA i Clarence J. Parman, chairman own, Mr. Swingle, regional supervisor ",I ,
4 '. *- provide the officers.T. order etjUawing pleasure driving, r of ,the,'local USO executive co..*- S. E. District USO.., At-' !! "t
7 if 41 .>Forruchanevent:as ceUbratlnfNewvyear's)howeverrrangemots ,/ X': RMeybein"clerk of-the board ,mitt thin''week !issued 'the'fol-: Isoita; Oeo. Brautlgaav manager'
should be made. In
.a,. future. for running two OSO Miami; Ralph Garner, a-
dances.*.Aside from consideration of rank the recreation ---. lowing statement regarding the aocitU regional supervisor UAO.

... the demands-civilian of a requirements large army base Indicate In our the midst need for In addition additional to Under the new. order which: .New Year's Ive dance given In I I Alfcttta,-all with a yeart e.- ,

dan facilities. went Into effect atraoon yesterday I the Quunbr of Commerce build- I pentnet to VfO. work and with

With the VSO now to actual possession of the Chamber ,an, passenger %automobiles Ing for civilians and officer the additional background .ft
at Commerce building the need for another ball room and must be restricted exclusively to "{a'order to clear: up any mUundersUndtng -I years spent In VMCjs. and. .
civilian recreation center will become acute. Consideration occupational driving width includes that apparently kindred line of work.
should be given to what the American Legion building! necessary shopping goingto exists the local V3.O. committee The expression of oplnlr eC \'.

ha ing to place offer tor in the this Legion respect and Other(he than Rotary serving Quo as. the a 11IM&I mala "j I church, funeral services, defense submit to,the pubic the followIng -)'-he above mentioned men 'was ,:;.

part of the big building is unused. A little sending of the activities and emergencies, explanation of the reason|| submitted to the board of dlrecI 1
floor and touching up her sad tthere la other places would Mr. Keyben said wby'ecrUiB rules i I ors of the Chamber of Commerce .J,
put ft t* firs das shape He pointed 011''that ear posi governing d:4d In the'and to several city official It .1
Then .h.tewr'.llIb. sponsored dance in the"new civic"* tI.el7'nut not be,d.ed for attending Chamber of Commerce building,was the opinion of all concerned ;
;. building, wherever U nay be, should conduct it as the usa pestles bowling alleys were made: I I I that it would be advisable to oil;
conduct the enlisted men' dances-with drinking on the bridge parties or other social "Your local committee: having', govern bur dance according tothe 1
remises strictly prohibited.I If drinking I* not good for
; aprvtee eM 4 the VSO dunrea it is not good for thee* at.tt .. gatherings. Violators,. liable had little experience and seekingthe accepted rule of USO. t
civilian, adds---'and neither I* It good for the etvuiaa I to-tenceUation of their gasoline[ advice of men with experience,!I I 'Agreeing that" service men's'
morale or-morals, for that matter ration book consulted with the three following I (Continued en Page Three)

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Pace Tw HOMESTEAD. LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, January 8.19411' !

.. J'*' \ r f :'* TURNER HEADS Validation of Homestead, Redland :4

I' OUR MEN IN SERVICE SCHOOL BOARD School Bonds Is Set for Jan. Ill

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SECOND TIME Public validation hearings for 'rooms and to make necessary i
: pairs and improvements to .
existc ;
Radio Operator Wolfe ,and Saturday with his mother, special tax school bonds of I1JO, ent school buildings.
Mrs. Mabel Skiner 000 each for District 7 (Redland)
Approves Scrap Drive :tion of new buildings such at)
Chas C. Turner, re-elected to
have been
and > (Homestead) gymnasiums, auditoriums sing
SgU and Mrs Buford Creel are the Dade County,school: board, on '
The more scrap you send out ordered for 10 a: ra. Jan 11 cafeterias win of necessity lie.J
the birth la .J ofa Tuesday was again named chair.man unaa'er' '
announcing on the war.
the IH be home." wrote D. Barnes. ,postponed ,
sooner seven and one-half pound baby at a re-organization, meetingof Circuit Judge Paul b"j ,
ftt Signund Wolfe, 22-year-old'1 daughter who has, been named the groupRussell The bonds* approved .in t ....School tnillafe,does not applyl
radio operator In a "swing.by. popular vote, will to home valued at less thaal
DIane Marlene. Creel 1 Hand who
Sgt bad been
to his father. Al Wolfe of UM removed 4 per' cent interest .from ) $5,000 and on taxable property]
serving with the U. S. Marinessomewhere from offic in Septemberby
Wolfe Auto Wrecking Co. II. 1M2. and will mature In la"l the amount of the mUageajeea..
in the Pacific. Mrs. Gov.
Young Wolfe, who enlisted Is I Spessard L..HoIland was years. The county school.. for Interest and retirement Creel is the former Miss Wanlta
recognized as a board member atTuesday's
the Marine the day war was declared has pledged itself to Immtdiate bonds used for heating and
four Thompson. I meeting Hand won to pairs will cause sma 1 Increase tat
has served overseas . sale of only sufficient bonds
re-election to the board
months. He was released two I in the' Install heating systems in school the tax billStrickland '"
Fireman First Class Thomas November general action.
weeks from a hospital in the I
ago ,
Vsrnadoe of the U. S. Navy, eon
South Pacific where he had been of Mr and Mrs W. Vamadoe of I Homestead Boy Scouts 1 1I Bobby Morgan Clinton .,
cured of malaria. Mrs. R. C. Rankin Dies Cooper, Dudley Hill, Leroy
Florida stationed
City, is In
. I Brooklyn. He expects to be promoted At Ottawa, Kan.. Home I Go on Overnight" Camp FiUhugh and Mr McKee

Lt Ferrell PromotedTo I to water. .tender. soon. Mrs R. C. Rankin, sitter of the Homestead Boy Scouts hiked out .'1J

First LieutenantLt :according late H H. Ewing of Homestead, I to the north end of Newton road I"I)

I i died Monday Jaa t, at her home and camped overnight after they
frank Ferrell pilot la the!weather In Duluth MlniL, Is far I in Ottawa, Kan, after a long ill. had assembled at the municipal Lrwf
Army Air Forces, exchanged his'too cold for a South Floridian, he ;ness. pool where Scout Master Art McKee -I 'L A Dime Oat of
gold bar for a silver one on l writes from his station there. W I Mrs Rankin and her sister took pictures of the group Every Dollar In
Christmas Eve when he was pro R. son of Mr and Mrs. O N !Miss Laura Ewing who died They cooked supper over an!
moted to first lieutenant. In arecent Pierce of Homestead, enlisted early In November, were well open fire and made beds of! U.S.WorSMfcAnnouncement : '
letter written from his Sept 2.Pvt. I known In Homestead and visitedat boughs
base In Pueblo, Col, to his _sister . the Ewing home two years ago In the party were Billy I y
Mrs. S. L Dickinson of Homestead I Henry Dodson has been
he laid: I classified as a sheet metal worker
"Have been pretty busy here and has been sent from Camp
at Pueblo. We've flown around Blandlng to the army air bate
135 hours which If quite a bit of at Los Angeles, for training
flying to put In one month. Have I' .
been busy too learning the Clifford Boyt. Hurry Pierce
numerous combat tactics and Francis Skiner and Bobby
duties of pilots. Wave had \ar. bliss were in the group Chlm.1
IOUs courses In the differentforms Wednesday for Camp BI
of combat flying, etc. I' Homestead Bowling Alleys
My Christmas was very mild Farm Machinery Needs
went to a couple of parties I' II .
We had to fly Christmas Eve Win Reconsideration
night and the morning of the
26th. leI t could not afford to Washington. D. C.. Jan 7- De. and Pool Roomhave .
celebrate too much I mends for sharply increased pro. \
We're leaving tomorrow I ductlon of farm machinery are,
I I being considered by War Produc.'
where I dont know However
I dc know well be shoving offbefore tion Chief Donald M Nelson In reopened under new manage-
tong Mr crew members i i a move to care for expected;
have all progressed splendidlyand bumper cappa of 1943 By WPB I .
Ire all eager and ready for I I orders farm machinery manufac. ment. A recreation center to which
action which is a big help. I I ture had been cut to about 20 I
'Incidentally, I was promoted per cent of the 1940.41 production
to first lieutenant Dec 24 The to save ateeL i can bring whole: family.
you jour
sLver bar looks a lot more Important Protests from Secretary: of AgrU
than the gold one. What: culture Claude Wickard and!
I want now is two silver bars large farm organizations had
but I doubt If I get' them until II proved ineffective until the grav.j A. R. (SLIM) MEYBEM
get back from combat .. ," Ity of the problem, It Is under.
stood, prompted White House Intervention
. I I
Chas. Robertson who enlistedIn South Krome Ate. at 4th St. Homestead, Fla.

the Coast Guard on Dec. 16, ,t
will complete his boot training \
tomorrow In St. Augustine according x:WANT! TADS
to a letter received by his I i iI'
parents Mr and Mrs. C. O Robertson -
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Chas. J l Ay and Thomas Har.
old Stewart of Homestead who
had enlisted In the navy Seabees,
left Sunday with a contingent' of REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZERS
81 from Miami for Camp Perry
Vs. This was the second largest .
group of Seabees to leave from .

eP't. .
Fred Skiner of Camp j
Butner, N. C. visited Friday night /" .-
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Alt COxnmoNKD Consult us about your fertilizer requirements '

ROU.M sure M CON,001
><*.. I lM toll rtP. H- .
.. for the coming
A"bel" I'% w w .., year. "

Venetian Skating Rink i II

tr<* a. w. arts A m. Mrs Due to and shortages
I government regulation ;

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CLASSESDr.B.F.Stebbins h II of several materials we will not be able to .


; .To Kee, make ALL of our regular mixtures. But we will ,_v: :


Awake do our best to supply as near as possible what: ::'?;',, . '

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you will .Ii"

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be beabbeL 6". "
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Florida East. .Coast fertilizer. Co.

Dr. L. W. Stebbins

IO W. flagtar M. Masai. I Telephone 16 FRANK B. RUE Manager. Homestead.

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GROWERS\ \WHIP i Second-Semester Senior Students I there wa lUll! feeling.of diacrtmtoiation -'[competent" bjr tbo (government.
I > -wfli replace '>
agaiMt--th *erv_ c* rneo taut 1 .: lit' .
May Be Deferred Until, Graduated m this community, 'such rls';ne1the ?[i'\!'Se! re krf pWWrt$ t.0<* white

JACKSON HERE ,, case, Practically 100 percent worker In the Tennessee rest
; i of the time and effort of the'availab': for work on South Florida

I Selective service registrants between releases from Washington curly. committee were spent on their,, farm, according W -FSA reports -
CUPPERSVIN the ages of 18 and 20 who!I this week I behalf. We imply felt that by but the consensus of opinion
receive their order for Induction I Nothing official on the subject following the advice of experienced among grower U that there '

during the last halt of their academic ha been received here yesterday men, we couldnt go wrong." I* small demand for whit labor ;

Homestead Growers trounced! school year may, upon their' according to B. M. Hindman, 1 her except for packing house
Andrew Jackson to the score of t5! written .request, be deferred until i principal of Homestead High w rk. It has been customary to

to 18 In the Homestead High gym until! the end of the school year, School. However, it I* believed 250 FIELD .use negro labor almost exclu-

Tuesday night according to Gen. Vivian Collins' that local adaptation of the |ov.ernmeat .. IIAN.DSj I h'ely in the nelds. I
Jack Marshall and flernoy LoU state director of selective service plan will permit both

paced the victorious team. Marshall High school registrant orderedto boys and girls who have finished, tJ

I acored seven field goal and report for Induction prior to' the flrat semester of their senior I (Continued from Page One) William Ed Lumpkin

one foul and LoU made seventwopointers the opening date of the last half year to enroll at' Dade Technlcaf hearing but Insttead filed briefs Is First Baby of 1943

and two foul ,oalll. of the school year will not be High Mhool to train In killed I I fully covering the labor situation

The Clppers army air base deferred but must be Inducted. as. trades. They will be paid a' South Florida' case will be ably
I team on Tuesday whipped the ordered he said. I monthly wage while learning, and Pat William Ed Lumpkin. who
presented by Congressman
Homestead All-Star who substituted Local boards will complete the upon completion of their' basic Cannon member of the house.'made his! advent at 11:40: p. m.
for the U. S. Navy Sub- classification and order the regl.strant training will be offered further 1 1I Jan 1. 1* the first child to be
who has
I chasers who were unable to comedown to report for Induction training ai technical specialists ,t agricultural committee, born this year In James Archer
done service In the fight
! from Miami to play a even though it Has knowledgethat a higher rate of pay ,I for adequate yeoman farm labor, Mr.Chandler I J i Smith Hospital
I scheduled engagement. the particular registrant is According to Washington press The baby, son of Mr. and Mrs. ;
!a. Last night the Grower took on In high school and will request a release, outline of five Retiredtechnical Mid.Applications I Harold C. Lumykln of N. W. Second I .
for labor under the
., Cesu High of Miami In the local postponement of Induction Gen., court of study have I I I it. was both of
FSA contract are coming In, although med.r f
gyre and tonight will play SLPatrick's Collins said.Eighteen I been tent to principals of public his grandfathers will be
t In Miami. The Clipper and nineteen-year-old private and parochial schools slowly he said and It III(I called Billy.
these who filing
i were pitted against the Richmond high school seniors facing indue. throughout. the nation. Access to growers are applications i I
who will be preference
given -
! Naval Air Station five last night, tp into the armed service may the county technical high school I
I and will play Me Subchaser inM'ans' possibly gain temporary defer! will enable local students toIt In the delivery of Bahaman +
field hands. He pointed out T'd1I
tonight ment by training In technical Into the government plan effec. that Bahama labor, also, will be 1 ::
It revealed.ln' 'lively,' it li believed.
! subjects was press j I I I availab'e only under the FSA --

$550.50 Is CollectedIn i plan. I

: December Fines I USO DIRECTOR i PARMAN I I Chandler urged that growers
with U. 9 ES .
\ keep In close touch
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'. : : W. R. Bird' 0. Job Is to San
1 Cash Representative
collection of$550.50 of the: (Continued From Pa e One) i
I total 01. $15550 fine assessed In the Hotel Redland. (Continued From Page One) ,.M hose hour are from 830 to S M DoQan
i o'clock at his office In the Bird
I' December was reported to the city : Sam Mocks supervising architect -
dances were to be exclusively for N. Krome
council by' Chief O. H. Sullivanon the,New USO ',Chevrolet budding on : 'uyWar
ceof JOreCI: 1 them and non-commiss'oned officers .ve.
Monday night Of I* soon to
the balance, A7
no civilians or commix : work In ascertaining Bomb
J'i' "Of necessity, my t ,
one dollar was served out In jail make recommendations for remodeling
1 stoned officers were allowed to the grower1 needs A
and four dollars Is uncollected. the Chamber of Com- I Ivwy Ny Dy I
participate. These dances have keeps me out of the office much I I
Twenty-nine of the 32 merce building Into a modern
persons been held regularly once or twicea Bird said last
of the time, Mr. ]I
arrested USO the director said.
during that unit new
week for the past five week advises me
"If farmer
night any
found guilty, two were dismissed, Although permanent classificationof i '
' and one was bound over to county the unit with specified standards "Inasmuch a* it wa decided to that he wants to sign the FSA
court The cost of feeding of budget and personnel will continue the regular c'vlllan' contract. I will deliver It to him Waters' Barber ShopA
I dances a* previously sponsoredby personally and help him fill it
prisoners for the month was be determined by the architect'srecommendations Friendly Shop"Service ?
$13.50.The. tentative i the Junior and Senior Wom- out. Mr. Bird' telephone num-
: Men
council issued building call for facilities for dancing, Indoor 1 en's Clubs, the USO suggsted ber I I. 98.Local :I Welcomed '

permits to: Geo. W. Turner for games, and a lounge, writing, that commissioned officers be Invited timer ore experimentIng -

repair on a building on Lot 8, room, snack bars, washrooms etc.: to participate In these with shifting available crewsfrom N. Flatter Ave. Homestead

Krome Avenue Addition $300; Mr. Ward said Plans also 'Include dances. field to field and this in I

- Mrs. Anna D. Carter for repairsto use of the municipal pool "The military looks with disfavor Itself necessitates close touch with II I -

a building on N.W. Pint and facilities for outdoor games. upon mixed dances ,of officers Bird, Chandler said. Yesterday,'

$300; and J. F. Beck for Mr. Ward la establishing his office -: and enlisted men. If in he pointed out 30 field hands and

to a garage on Lot 3, Block 15.t.-I in the building, which will be' addition the civilians were Included their foreman who were temporarily I

Boulevard Addition. I kept open at all hour when soldiers complications might develop Idle were twitched from HOTELPATRICIA

Five minor fire were reported are on leave. H* will prob- especially on such an occasion one farm to another :

during the month: on Christmas 1.l obly be glveh two paid assistant, al New Year1 Eve The Farmer are advised to keep I

night a small Are In the Free' he said, and the personnel welfare of the majority and the 'labor records and to submit duplicate i

Methodist/ Church: In Florida City, work in close co-operation with best interests of the community comp'aint in writing to

two grass fires, an awning fire, Capt. Raymond Martin special a* a whole were the so:e considerations Bird and to Chandler. II. laborer -;

and an automobile fire. service officer at the Homestead I works less than a week for 312 S. E. 2nd Avt.

army air base, and with the USO "The committee regrets that a grower, he Is not considered MIAMI

executive committee.Mr. .
E. II. Gallaher's Mother

Dies After Long Illness Ward was director of the',I
Lebanon house and
community DOCBLY SAFE! e Overlooking bas and river.
served as secretary of the Chamber -1 r O
J/ra./ Isabel J. Gallaher, 85,
of Commerce and of the Lebanon -!I Drive carefully, of course, e Two blocks from Flatter
mother of Edward H. Gallaher of
Rotary Club. He was for 18 j

Homestead, died Dec 31 In a MI- 'I yr But carry protective Street
year with the Y M. C. A. In'
ami hospital after a long Illness. --certainly! There are
India From 1922 to 193:. he was rt Quiet, ('001. comfortable.
Funeral services were conductedat forms-and amount*'-of Auto
Y. M. V: industrial secretary
S p.m. Saturday by Dr. Everett I in Bombay and, Calcutta, and I'I'I -IiMUrance expressly suited to I Refined atmosphere.SPECIAL .
S. Smith In the chapel of .a Miami -
funeral home and burial followed i latter served as general secretaryIn a y6ur heeds, and pun. We will 1

in Woodlawn Park Ceme- Assuit Egypt. For four years explain-free'y. Feel free to lUTES
he wa agent and treaurer of a I
tery. ask totEDWARD
mission station in Turkey where us
Mr*. Callaher came to Miami In TO SOUTH DADERS
for a time he wa acting consulat
1924 and lived at 335 S. W. 17th
Harpoot He also did Y. M.C. STILING
ave. She was vice-president of
the Friendship Club and I member A. work In Boston, Brocktonand Aant l? AMritM Alllt $2.00 Single

t:_ the Three Score and Ten Manchester, Mala.I t.. .... C.. REALTOR DoubleStay

Club Dames of Malta, Sunshine Mi. Ward I* a native of Newton l'boDe'II1-J Florida City Fla $3.00

Club, Know. Your Neighbor, Relief -!I Center, Mass, and received his
Corps, Gay Nineties and A. B. degree with Phi Beta Kappa I

Florida State Society. She was honors at Amherst College in 1(00

a member of the First Christian He did graduate work at Columbia -
Church. University In 1>23 and 1929. "
veralfbt to finish
Mr Gallaher wa born In Iowa I Mr Ward, a trained social' Pass the Ammunition

and spent her childhood In worker, active in club and church 1 trantaetloc yew baslne**-'eave

Chicago. Upon her marriage in work will come from Lebanon
1S79 to the late Edward P. T3al- lOOn to Join her husband I Praise' the Lord So go through the basement another trip (which aaeaM gas

laher she moved to As bury Park, And get your scrap a-scrappln'; And go through the attic. lire, tine sad nerves)
N. J. I Bloomfieli N. J, J. Hiram Praise the Lord, Get every piece of scrap you

Beside her ton she leaves a field of Chicago; and Thoa. Maz-I For any thing can happen; can see.Oh .

daughter, Mr*. Elizabeth Anderson field of Lo Angeles; Praia the Lord. -oh

. of St. Petersburg; three i niece.Mr Louise Spitzer of Midget your scrap a-icrapptn Praise the Lord

1'1 brothers, Arthur Maxfield of ami.TURNER'S j And well all be free. And get your scrap -scrsppln'; ,
Praia the Lord don't let them 1

in Praise. tre Lord the iron and catch you nappln'; }

. steel needed; Praise the Lord. and get your

Praise the Lord and let the scrap a-scrappln'

'. call be heeded; For Vte-to-ry,

FUNERAL PralsAJthe Lord the Iron I ,and s .
r. '*t*f Is needed -Fred-G. Jackson In Cleveland

Tnpm _yon and an*." Plain,:Dealer.

, 24Jour Ambulance Service WOLFE AUTO. WRECKING CO.

,..,., , . . . CLADf r. 0. BOX '" t
e Directly West *t ftnaUMl Trading rest "
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< Phone 270 Homestead, Flal ..a'llas.d.d.e-Jldrdo. .City-- MM --.., Fla. I

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Part Four_ t HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE_ Friday, January, 1943 i.
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HOMESTEAD'' LEADER!! Two Weeks from Junk to Ships for Victory tmrnnmrmnlnttntminmst_ ..


F...... I. It' IT* I 'I

P.LI...... ,....... .t ffstawbak Figs.w The t e.wl.e 0... w miles sta.
1M a.aa Do" P.Wahi.g ce...,. n ,. In. test W the ,Me..t..e
lltorMw H.MI.tW low IIM ewe,
the South rtari*. BUM
BEN ARCaraPn.M..t r SAlV Oct. IT, tat .Uk ts, "-"... .
.... Editor t i sk tisrp send t
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.I,1IRII' : LEACH. Miter APCNEsUsaaffing nrunn nrlfu1m11mm 1r! >c I

MART rtRRELL DICKINSON Old sled isated Jan. 4. 1923"Dave -
Now" sad dociewAVIDSCalTION rcMlo
Is+ :..: don b [
i Saw*" orive y Sullivan i* smiling"!

SATES brightly over the arrival of an 1U

c..aw alt pound boy at his horn Thursday"
:: .=. 06 Do"r.t: ;; ;:::::= : Two tlwetkr after ,
"A daughter was born to ;Mc,

w:....... .. ...0"4 olooo Emu a.tsw hr-07t-brethslgVicory Na K T /ir -eEll SA MOgr t pdt and Friday.Mrs." r. A. Carmichael 1
_rat It. .".. M DM port .ttk.. M ip
n.meiesm 4, Fkwrt ." 1M.' of A son was born to Mr. on 1Mrs.
.. irr*. .
P. M. PuUen on SuadayJ
last" f

The Lord Helps ThoseBy ten led docl to yard of _'S. E. Livingston, elected *]

rafcd dewhtr' in tltbla local representative on the i comftf
hassle Marbew russatrlck andiron III Weis ''. irotl grid rnel school board, bat assumed Nsl

Waste not our time In prayers for. 1b d shfp yard ., new dtt e*. -Chas. T, Fuchs wWl

help. r '1 was appointed on the local school Iboard.
Be one who digs and drives ." r.

For In the Book His pledge still / *Mist Jacqueline '.Edwardsl

holds eJCRAIY r entertained about sixty of bee]
For those who help themselves.
friends Saturday evening. ." ,;

-"Mrs. C. M. Redd entertained!

Praise the Lord and Pass Tz at her home in honor of Mrs. Beal,

the AmmunitionEvery Plummer who U visiting
T* ** hour/tantfl BTYV rbwrdoyf latcnU Card were payed* Guests were!

war km produced iU own port of/fed R/jB IJ.tboroed Into Mr. and Mrs. U A. Wise, Mr, and]

heron. Its own epic phases and .P I Mr R. L. Kennedy and Mr. and]

epic tongs. A tang that U. ai Mr*. PlummerW. "

present sweeping the country I* E. Koon left for Key]

tilled "Pralsethe Lord and Paw West . Mr*. goon will join]
the Ammunition. And It k him in a few days."Workmen . ."
more than a -"n-It If fast be.
finished the laying]
coming the battle cry of an ot planking for the Mowry street]

aroused nation facing the ,reaL crossing . "
est struggle In its history I d
I I"New fixture for the J. tkj
While there U some controversy!' Redd store . are being Install"]
IS to how and where the phrase ed."

originated, there I I. no doubt a* "Mis Jl
Alma Llndgren who
how well 1* expresses the spirit FROM OUR MAIL BOX taught here five yean ago 11
fighting American It U the
_____..........H..___..__.. visiting her mother, Mrs. August]
spirit necessary to win this war! PUCTICL'iG:1ST1l1; Llndgren of Silver Palm, Mist]
both on farj'.ung battlefronts and COMMENTBy ITr ed whether those who have i'
Llndgren hold a responsible ]peal
right here at home. I lived the Christian life 10 or 20
AGNEW WELSH Editor Leader-Enterprise: I tion in one of the government i
Not all of u* can matt the gun and more year were better partment In the national capitoL*I
-but all of u* certainly can "pax At the Methodist Church last Christian than they were a year
wits bb ....... AdEme -.apt.patesw 1 ago-whether they had become
the ammunition. AmmunitionIn to Atmrm Wmik, ta M. L Sunday morning the pastor, the
the form of metal In our hornet i seat SUM, ......, ,... Rev. O. Sewell Palmer, spoke practiced la the art and kill of
..... ...
> Webb -- Christian
farm and Industrial plant, am.I samnimiss .n Lil ooc-a..e... __ from the text, "Marvel not that I living. F VICTORY
munition I In the form of waste fat*, m" ae to .a..wt .. .rl.aw W* should face they new :year
I say unto you. It Is
tin con, discarded hosiery, rags, The home without houseworkI necessary with stronger power' because cl
rubber-the precious waite mate. that you be born from above", our living Christianly through the
i predicted for the future with
rial which Uncle Sam I* asking even the sewing being done by"and said that unless people arephysically I year Just closed," he said. "The BUY
donate i born Into the New Year will Its
us to to the national til.vnge radio. But some pessimist *ayw physical, have problem,
program. world they cannot see It, walk In disasters, sorrows, tragedies. Dow UNITED
will: be lucky it we even have I
These odd and end are the house. it, enjoy it, or live In It and that 1 have sufficiently strong ChristIan .i / STATES

mighty Important today; hnpor. I . the same feature holds concerning experience from the year just:

tant to a kid half way around the Most political writer concede the spiritual phase of life. He closed to enable: us to face these: WAR ;

world; Important to a blue-clad that Leon Henderson gave that as the reason that so II! thing a* tlciled Christians able!
wa given ,
many people do not understandwhat to endure? | BONDS
gob; Important to a flyer over the
i the twlJt kick out of bit job a*
African desert racing to reach his food administrator because he, Christians mean when they i "When this war close and AND
target before a knifing Messerchmltt talk of their Christian experience ! peace 1* declared, this church will
would not play the political game STAMP5
can rind its marklLei' *. be open for u* to com here and ,
according to the prescribed rulesbut
Affirming the addage that kneel at Its altar In thankfulness
continue this salvage effort
none of them dare say he wa
"practice make perfect" he ask-I and re-dedication
of ourselves
a* determinedly though not trying to do an honest Job. to
we were In the thick of battle, One writer put It this way: "He lor. God

passing up ammunition to the was crucified the cross of political enthusiasm Moat.people I WORKER
men on the firing line patronage." work for Ute government; they <7*
. are cop In a machine so big they
are hopeless of affecting Its direction

Military Secrets liquor Canada sales hat but not baa only also rationed reduced struggle or: speed.and adopt They the CM common to careless matches aid the Axis 3 1

the alcoholic content and forbid
It you know what ship a tailor page, draw in their necks, work
I* on, or what company or regl., den liquor advertising. And they for the paycheck and wait for! 5PflEVEJIT
Mont a soldier I* with oversea, did not call it I "noble experiment retirement day." ,|

then you know a military "*tc. ," either. I . .
. .
ret" the Office of censorship In'' Old Gen. Jan Smuts, head of)
Washington warn A newt dispatch says that of
i South Africa British colonial
the 400 000 Indian In the U. S. ,
This secret ought not to be
|empire in an address to the

published. This Is why: 11,000 arc In the. e armed. service. [dent of Glasgow University, gave! ,e! dye '
A general need to know the
them this wise warning: "The I
strength of his 'opponent: how Miami jarbers are managingto disappearance of the sturdy In '

many men, guns, ships, planes keep ahead of the cost of lit* dependent-minded, freedom-lov ,jam
there are In each theatre of war. Ing-they have hoisted the priceof ing Individual and his replacc-

The Nails sand the Jape want haircuts 30 per cent-from 50 ent by I servile, mats-mentality
to know these things about our Ito 63 rents. Another turn In the the greatest human menace of

'force Their agent assemblethe vicious circle. .Next. f Iis time. . Boiled tow, K
Information like this: from stand up ton your bind
one paper an Item reveals* the A pictorial weekly In a storyon ( legs and do your owa thinking
00th Infantry. laIn Australia how to milk i cow says It requires
; m11 r don't be led around by the no*_|
mother, that the U. S. S. Wisconsin diplomacy co-rrdlna-I by some wlld-ejred theorist
I* In the Mediterranean: tlon. When I wa a boy on the i

another that the 2Mth Tank farm a thrpe-ghllon pall and a I| The council of social agencies) J I
pair of stout hands got lots better
Battalion I* In North Africa .
has had experts) at work to as-
Add hundred of 4hes bite of results e e I certain the necessaryexpenses.of;
Information together, and our en.I a family of three and four-fifths.
notice have a toouttcurat cell.mate Walter Locke, able columnist .
!the average American one, arid] i
1 for the Cox-owned chain of newspapers -
of American military i finds It to be $7 .SS Per monthae(
after week In
pending a
trength.' '( follows: food 38.98; clothing >E
Washington write the following t
These are our -"ldr.re-Aml'l' 'I ".05; Shelter, $20; utilities $4. 7.
Icans,ll- whom we endanger by :conclusion: "Nowhere I* thereless household supplies, $5.75.tHat .
these "lltlto dips". i faith In politics .and politic-]!

This I* not a "blackout" on the :tans; nowhere is there less hope I everybody wail a ..Da.j

news about our soldiers. Con. spar eu steel a gs FOREST FIRES !
sldertb'e lattitud In reporting are kept secret But I n art). ererykejy eat I -
personal experiences gives the cles abc>soldiers and sailor and .swmtikl I* U*'-all' '

enemy little military Information In the addresses for them, don WAR s*..*. Boy Yew I -emiwfis

It toe troop unity, tin ship MUM, live way their fighting units 1-:! per .J'oo'

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.-!.Friday,-January 8,,1943HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Paw Fir

'.t I I ward TIsdale were: Mr. and Mrs. tnt M nTU-C Falser >Un( PlumeConcannon's
I Butter Tompkins and children

I Sue and Tommy Mr. and Mr*. W.
In and Around I IU Everage and children, Marie

and Sonny, Mr. Dorothy Barker.' Tk ONI,T II8H a__ In Hlnn>rt

Mitt ROM Everage, Buck Thora- .... tl
I N. W. nm t -Jtti. M l*-Mnrtln I..C. Pm
king and Frank Court.
HomesteadThe .... React: Dnr InrlWInc tnn.or- Faces M Unit ......
Try TMr PiMdin* rUNkKD TEAM raw Whirl Tkrf nn rnnmntProMrnUon
I Mr. and Mn. O. V. Barger of
Amok Parking spat
Loralto, Tex.. and their ton, Joe.
I I are occupying the Collier cottageon *f ....4 fund It a <.UInrt ... CONCANNON1 It UM WMUm .11101II_ ..fa +

Rev and Mr*. Howard are guest of Mrs. Carter' par.' Eighth itMn. nn< *n* nttnlnW k> only a tow IM.tnnnntt. .-- ., people Evert 4w wWtrtd
this c. for lux
Field and Mn. Jennie Wilcox of enU, Mr. and Mrs. J. T Davl I but Uw fats that this. kwlnnni M4 dinner.wo Food. u prepared b,..
Loudon Tenn., are pending the Flora Cunningham of Boa- boo mentioned tmiiiifollr It a tribute .. are usably from '"t Not "Mel ......-.. ,
month of January with Mr. Mr*. A. D. Smith it out again ton arrived Sunday to visit her Ik* awl *T doe nMnnnnMl f CON.CANNOxe fie.... TWo k due.|> DMol Seem -.
FMd'i parent, Mr. and Mri. Carl after a week* Illness at her home liter, Mn.; B. F. Collier. ajcoTACtuurr m Mk..i, fond InmJlMii. with whirl UK .k f
Field. Mn. Wilcox it the junior Insisted In Moo shopping anwM M Ittt. Y ,_.... ... tho anon .t .erws i .
I.... TW Wn MM Ml.fMrfMUnuUrt >
W. In st BMW
Mrs. field1 mother. Billy and Joyce Covington returned -
Mr. and Mr*. Howard Cross of
I to the Dana Saturday ershfoob %Sunday I....... and ..r doe Jaded apptna and OMI \

Princeton announce the arrival, nursery nine nlmwin. major a fIe_. foflow.hw bed tl0 person wits Seem bon bb anpN >
M1M JMta Sullivan who taught I Jan. I of a daughter In James' after a visit with th/tr . Tk rmnntnn It MM womb Arr. 1. know Moo --'tr ssrbtd (
.. commercial subjects at Redland Archer Smith..Hospital. another, Mrt. B. Kigby in Miami ........Inc I.n".p. Hom* ntinmnlur* sad fed pyre mew rest his ---
High School hat .accepted em- i .1 l1 I low prbrs (lr which UMT m* .*...., The FLANKED Mwk* fur wkkk Hur *>. 1 7.
Mr. and Mr*. Benny Marckltl ..laced.lorA wood arm tnIr ....._ End. nr unread *<
mtoymen a' Richmond Naval AirBase I Mr*. Goodk Warden of,Mart*
and daughter of New York areoccupying a k nraHnkl km ttronvkwl wnnktt* for wtf ***.
and to making her horn In ',cheater! TeniL, wa expected. to tile day and _lea. 1II ......tf HT M pan we ... almoner a power N t totwoma
Miami. Mn.: John Whfchard W the 'RI'Ive"lut night to visit kefrnM the Torcief garage Isis-. Tan ..w.t last whet Net P" wr ,Aansaa tea
new teacher 'of commercial fubJett er, Mn. Maud t. Chandler, apartment. ran Want a" as little ad a a"tt as aunt time I* Mlwul. Than Pon will mtIk
I tt, Hrtlafid Hgh School. and other relative here. ran wnnb Tk nlinlin C receive IMnn > -"- tIbw .... wwph.rw and JI
t Jimmy Bomane ef Fulton N. wows wide remove M *bell..- 1sts .rlm goo witless ...
t "' Y., ha an Apartment at the Palma W ......... It's (n* Idol plane toM I ..... I. eo-_ capable. an was t tr
Mr. end Mr*..C.: V..Barnes left Mr*. Earl Byrd wa* called toClearwater' Hotel. *... In the pal It ron mm I *snMk- ...*l... II well taswa in "Ie ton
Sunday to visit their ton, Pvt by the death of her wansL ''tfoII. Par IIM aIL Pleat/ .. pwa- ;
Wfllard Barnes, at Camp Shelby. uncle, Floyd Wallace Canto Damorle- and Jimmy "W....* shall we ante W. will *. to@w" fee _.-MY.I '

Ml**, and other relative In
Mlssiitippl and Alabama.Mr. balsa Jennie Morgan' of Miami Continl of Boston. arrived last fun w.kcrt.s a" and ssd.d..edn.d he
pent last week with Mr. and week to farm here.

and Mrs Virgil Sander of, Mn. T. 1:. IClrll;. t.. IM Sever of Madison visited CMS. D. MOSS Septic Tank Contractor ( 1.:1:

Princeton are the parent of a ,
Mr. and Mrs. L. 1:. Shattuck of Mr. and Mn. J. S. Cave several
son, James Virgil born Jan. 2 In Springfield Mas are pending I I days; this weelt.I' "dewtow I.ecabd k> Miami WM a. W. It* tt. Tel 44T.Unrk .
James Archer Smith Hospital. ,' rind, of sqW Tuh. Ia.un.L Ctw.d and ......... ....4.11_ A soe_ t
the winter In their cottage Camp
Martian, on Sylvia ter. and Red. I' Bobby Brandenburg of Miami M Iww CMS. Oil IOTMofemlr gmwa./ i a'
Mr*. H. L. a week-end pit of Mr. and
Brandenburg returned was
land rd.Mn. 1 engineered ...""' ...., for I forbkl. living In the MnmnnHr Web t
I Monday from Cay. Ga., I I Mn. It. J:. Scott larva End suburban ............".. ,.,r*. ,pity Owned ,_n t tI
where the visited her father, A. W. J. Parker who former rnthi* In n Urn war the Personifies forOMnfortnM I TM nnrtl tank nratnn nukM for Or :.
I P. Todd. ly lived In Homestead I* now Mrs Carl Jeffrey and ton, living mad _'....._ kimtrln nnlltkiul knIMInt-ww'i .1.... novel Mt k* \
teaching school in Key Largo.. | Charles Thomas, returned Wed *: In the excellent Hth tankMnln delayed lrtH the town ntowloM IU *MPru > "}
, Mn. Ernest Thompson and nesday from the James Archer fumbnrd nr C..". D. allies. I. to thn point. kMnnw Moo
MlnniLO build wn have plumbing hnnwlllr \J
children of Orlando have been Smith Hospital.
Gilbert Wolfe, radio engineer at I .....bl. moments ,coutrurUon *.. Make and ntwnu nr>Mn* non i
. visiting Mn. Thompson' mother, Fort Monmouth, Redbank, N. J., I.few*' n>4 *..1...*. for perfect fuitlonlnc := MI the nrrralm, nnilir for taunW'i
Mr*. Annie Booker. I\tn. Thomp- I Mr. and Mn. Hugh Baker and
; who it being transferred to Opa- thn* Septic tnnlu ...._ late gore j
la the former Hit Helen H. M and Mill Thelma Car-
j son Locka, and Mrs. Wolfe are here son I for firm and lukirbnn Cons the Tkt nr near Into w.tina phase B0rnnHnrr
{! Brooker.Mr. visiting Mr. Wolfe1 parents, Mr. I rol of Berryvllle, V*., are occupying monks which nlnvibnur Sued nrwurnmmt tit dpwLpwnt of bnttee heshh tone I
and Mr*. Al Wolfe. i the Dixon apartment on '. provide for the rltr. Wh.a sad _fartnkl* *M>..1110.... for | JnlMM
and Mrs. Lonnie Andermanand Cave ave. bulk .... teen kinn the Ideal nmrnny ** -n** *.ki without t {
family have moved here| i .in for konM seer fro* city wit .5w.r.s..p.te.of some kid. sod credo !
Mitt Josle Pulitder of Coral 1
rated dbps.l 11- n. Ch... Mm
j Inl' sewerage the..psis tasks built D.
from Hollywood and are living Cables hat been visiting Mr. and Mr. and Mn. C. W. Seater of PAy.brs.. null*** and kMltkUmrith ... nf Sisal. UMM are urnMit4 .. .... ti
the Harknen apartment on W. Mr*. J. A. Rotherbam. Fort Lauderdate and children, ,.saea.nd theme Mlk UnkJMMM the dtr+WMd nntmu.II .
I Mowry at. Dennis, Clyde, Patsy and Fay. hhhtjr. Thor same the *ml.. will Mir .... Was lull .InformitSMIf "
: Mn. Sheila Dolan of Miami it who have an apartment at the ot I mad" -1ttt7 and s gheerIog.That ron Mil. np4nlnln tit MM wrf mar
! Mr*. Virginia Edward returned a surgical patient at James Archer I Dixon Hotel, have been joined by ._** doe need o< th. ItaM and _....* price .elf Excavating .... MMIne t ,
Saturday from Newnan Ga., :Smith HospitaL another ton, David Morrissey of are fMwonabl In prim or k* will appreciate a tat nt his ** n* :
! where he spent the holidays With a wwmn *.._. Mek M Mxwl Ibh.e.t wkM pare are I* ItlnmL Mr.CkM. .
, Naples. ..* < tank* will ,_..... batkramx art D. Mom k nMI knwn In ebb M.tk .
with her eon-in-law and daughter Wm. Campbell of Miami, a I ,Mlbk and other onvMlnfiMi if UModmi .. Kb phone. member k Mimed \
Mr. and Mn. Rudy Aebl. brother of Mr*. A. E. Paul, I* a I (Him.. which provhhi for torn. 4-Mt fell Mm NOW tal' d.tl..at..,

, medical patient at ,lames Archer OVER 1t.[TOT I
Mn. Dewey Raymond of Daytona Smith Hospital.E. 1
Beach and her daughter, FOR VICTORY

Mtrylln, visited for a few days :. F. Power wa removed yesterday oft .
with Mrs. Raymond' grandmother from the James Archer ITMTED STATES WAI .
;. Mrs. M. A. Mowry, and other Smith Hospital to his home la 1
relative here. Mrs. Raymond; West Palm Beach. He was accompanied BONDSSTAMPSFerPreaipt WOOD OAK BARRELS

, I* the former Mb Mary Mowry. by Mrs. Wm. Fox, his ,

nurse at the hospital, who will
\ J. D. Redd I;expected; to return care for him several weeks j
today from a business trip to AI- : FOR SALE

ken, N. C He will be accompanied ,
by hit sister, Mr*. Ada FLORIDA CITY j i

I Johnson, who will ,visit relative
Bf Warrens Savory
)I here. Mn. Redd la at home flittering ; CAB SERVICEat .

from an attack of Influ; .
I Word hat been received that ..-* raid We now have a supply avail
enza.Mr. I Mr. P. N. Barnes of North Haven :
and Conn. a former resident of
Mr* H. A. McDonald .
Ire announcing the birth of I: Florida City died Friday after a'' PItoNS 9108 or 389 able for spray barrels, etc.

daughter Henrietta, on Jan. 4 In! short 1I1n.... Mn. Barnes had;,
James Archer Smith Hospital uttered from diabetes for tev.i HOMESTEAD CAB snVlcsroPhIPnp.

Mr. and Mn. J.:W, Lndlam are eral yean. '*

spending several week here a* The Rev. Louis Minter returned
guest of Mr. tudlam't mother Friday from a holiday visit with Holsum BakerySouth

and Otter, Mn. I. T. Nixon and relatives in Virginia. He wa ac-
, Mb Ethel Nixon.' companied by hit parent Mr. Miami
and Mrs. T. O. Minter of Martina1ville

Mr*. E. L. Lawrence I* recup. Va., who will remain. an,
' enting from a week' Illness.r winter. EXPERTBARBERING

Mr. and Mr*. Edward Carter Guest at a-;;;Year' dinner I j

: *:' of Tampa and' their ton, Toddy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed- ',II ,,,hi "''''' ,,,""n,,
. Ratrnt lte Road between Avocado and B.trayne: Driven

F.H.A.LOANS. shave tIe Pianoforte and Theory
UPAIa THE EAST WAT sham... (Piessee
arranged for Home ....... (Me4JeaW)_ 'Se Thus Piane-Aecordlan
r Let ten how to ft- Xylophone, .. .. . ... . .
us you singe aye '0"""" """"""'''''''''''''"'' ,, ,, T ,", f 'I:,,, n ,,"t 1 ,,0, ,, , .-..re
0 Il. .. stance your improvements on
a I facial s"
011I1 the ABC Monthly Payment: Facial
rack _" 7Se

l Plan CatmStatafleti WM.JIJ_u Tie

. Stop home depreciation now ; Teats ,_ USHt.daehe DR. C H. DENBY ,

Q 4 while quality Buildfag Materials Trhe I"BUSII'S r
f '
are till available. Osteopathic Physician

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; Phone 39Homestead ;4

_BfiftOKER LUMBER CO.; INC. : BarberShop I Fla. (

I. ILaaaber' Hardware Bank Deert. Treats Oat City BaD I 1 (Over Brown'i Drag Store) ,:

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II . . Social Events in South Dade among I 11


of Episcopal
MlM Emily Jean Dillahunt brother-in-law .and with Mrs. H. E. Schaff. A stirring account of her ex-, her to walk ahead of the truck

D. L Bowen Jr., were married nat present at the wedding -Meeting of Redland perences! during the attack on with a blue flashlight to guide
reception which I them through the trails.
'.30 o'clock Thursday evening, of Woman' Pearl Harbor was given "by Mrs. the
I The bride, a daughter -Meeting Eleven members of Neigh
Dec. It, at the home of Mri. A. I Eugene Dillahunt of Redlands Frederick R. Weber Wednesday/ borhood Club volunteered I for'
Kren In Miami The ceremonywas I I TeniL, bas made her Social meeting of the afternoon at the meeting of the work at the Red Cross surgical
performed by Dr C. R Pit-I I Miami with her sitter, Club of the Redlands. club at the home of Mn. Clayton dressings rooms in Homestead,
lord, pastor of Allapattah. Baptist Llcktery. Meeting of Homestead Sedgwick Cooper. : and transportation for two week
Church. I The bridegroom I at 3:43 at home of Mra.I I Maj. and Mn. Weber were I was arranged.
The bride was clad In white stead schools, and I :there when the Japanese struck!! Assorted sandwiches, cocoa and
satin. and her flower were a gardenia I Homestead Growers of Garden Mrs. Weber said, and it was not hot tea were served by the hostesses
corsage and a gardenia :won the state I of Mn. Ernest B. until after Easter that she and Mrs. Cooper and Miss
hair decoration : Is employed by the their three children finally reached --!.Anne Ryan.
Mr. and Mrs D. L. Bowen, parents I ware Company in of Homestead the States. They and the] The club will meet Feb. 3 with
of the bridegroom, and Mr. They are living at 196 C. at home of Mn. B. fourth child, born In. Homestead, Mn. Weber.
and Mrs Lyman "Williams, Mi ter.. Miami. make their home with Mrs. Web-, Present were Mrs. J. A. Rother-
of Neighbor ers parentts, Col and Mrs Ralph! ham. Mn. Dorothy Gowdy, Mrs.Z. .
with Mn. Frederick Klngman of Klngman rd.: Maj.i I V. Parker, Mn. Weber, Miss;
I MRS. W. K. HAAS NAMES GARDEN I Weber remains on duty In Hawaii.) Jolse Pulslfer. Mrs. R. A. Holmes,

COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN FOR NEW I On the night of Dec. 7, women -I! Mn W. W. Cunningham Mri.
.. and children were evacuated, Geo. P. Wright, Mn, H. L. Nichols -
I HOSTESS from Pearl Harbor Into the in. Mrs.: W. O. Chase, Mrs W. E.
The following committee chair. for establishing a TO B. P. W. C, terlor, Mn. Weber said, and In Gaby, Mrs. Ralph Klngman, Mrs.
men were named by the new In. the building next to K. Walton was hostess the blackout: It was necessary for I IK H. Klopp and the 00.&_
president of South Dade Garden restaurant where Business and

Club, M.... W. K. Haai, at the do darning and odd Women's Club Mon. GOOD ATTENDANCE MARKSCLUB'S IBM CAPUNCER HERNDO*! ?
meeting of the club Monday In soldlen .
the Woman' Club building Iden. Tentative plant were A. Tibbets, chairman ACCEPTS
The receipts
largest gross gate
tiftcation. Mrs Sam J. Davis; a flower show for Dade Red Cross unit of the entire :year' marked the Searcy, Ark., Jan. S.-Mrs.
birds. Mrs O. W. Calkini; ments will be completed sponsored by the club, New Year's Eve dance given by Paul Herndon, daughter of Mr.
tory, Mrs R. J. Shepherd, meeting Cut flowers for the establish members of the Jun'or Woman's and Mrs E. S. Caplinger of
inga Mrs. J. M. Dobbin 1111'1 tided and discussed center for
; by a mending C ub of Homestead under the Homestead who Is attending
boards. Mn D B. Snow Mn. Brown and
; Flagler ave chairmanship of Mn Burley Den. Hirdlng College has accepted a
srrtatiun Mrs. E. J. Norman, Jr., It was announced, will I report was given dy The Chamber of Commerce bid from the Tofebt Club, one
flower arrangement Mrf W. K. es to the club on Feb. Katz, Red Cross building was decorated with banners I I of the outstanding social clubs on
Walton garden Mil N. G. home of
posts Mrs Francis around the walls and be.(the campus Mrs Herndon who
Bull plant material Mrs. Chai offered her residence the business meet.
hind the orchestra Noise make.,,1s a member of the sophomoreclass
Pratt Rood gardens Mn Siberia trally located meeting was played. Refresh and gay paper ribbons added to I{ Is ilso active In dramatic
BUll dside, Mri Virgil Lyon, this meeting, new served'by the hostess. the holiday atmosphere. [c'ub work. She II working toward -
development Mil H. M. Brown; cub will be submitted present were: Mn J. a degree In art.
membership Mri. Ernest B. Fran. The club wishes to express sincere I
upon. Mrs. Virgil Mrs. Herndon Is the former
Cis, MnBen Young, publicity.I It was decided that Rives, Mn. Mae regret that local boys homeon I Miss Iris Caplinger.
Mrs Joel J. Robinson, USO rep. to be brought for T. E. Stadly, Lyon'l furlough and other enlistedmen
resentatlve, Mrs. Jas McCready; each meeting. Mrs M. F. were excluded from the Are a""target"
I dance by local USO rules, states I you entitled to wear
garden verse, Mn Herman lleln. Present were Mrs. and Emma Jane lapel bottom
Join; scrapbook, Mn H. M Ball Mrs. Pratt, Mrs. I Mrs. Jas. L.. Bird dub: sponsor U yea are Investing Yraare at ,
Brown I Walton. Mn Davis, Mn. Arthur French was votedin t 1 least tea percent of your a..
Mn Fred Fuchi was elected I Mrs Lyon, Mn. Alma TODAY as s new member of the club I came la War Bonds every par
second vice'president of the club I Mn Francis, Mn QUARTERS at a meeting held Monday night I day. It's year badge ef patriotism. .
Mrs MrCready told of plans I I Mrs lass and Mrs. I Home Demon at the home of Mrs. Augustus .
s I, will meet at 11:30 Wynn,

I NEW LEADERS OF W. S. C. S. CIRCLES 2tsJ"T I' Future, to give Farmer the meeting club,

APPOINTED BY MRS. B. M. c'eaning: Mem- TlieDIXIE
-- I asked to bring their
I .
Leaders of three circlet of the, Matthews, Mn. O. L.
Homestead W.S.C.S. were named, Mrs J. S. Avery, Mn. members went add, Jack DRUG Howard
by Mn B. M. Hindman, president and Miss Helen club In December. Polk
at a meeting of the groups: Anderson, president, Phones 38 and IUl
Tuesday. Mri Dan Williamswill J. C. Luke attended the
head Circle One; Mn. J. A. GROUP LEADER I meeting Tuesday

MiNelll, Circle Two; and Mri. J. PLANNING -
D. Rt ..' ENJOYS
The groups, 1 It waR decided, will Spiritual Life Group ':
meet the first WSCS on Tuesday .
on and the third
rpiM. day of mdli month. On committee to work out morning the ,,,\11,
Jan. It, Circle One will lI\eet'' the year. Those I Service League of St.l I SUPER-FATTED
with Mrs Palmer Circle Mn. J. D. Redd! l Church had Your Recipe for Beauty
; Two
Williams. Mn. Dan at the home of the rec FOR DRY SKIN Care Try te equal this
with Mn. I
MiNeill and Circle
; '
evening the League value Choose from
Mrs. O. Sewell Palmer. Fine quality-for those
Three, with Mrs I
Virgil LYon. I Holy Cross Church at\ with dry skins.I y a cleansing, cold, finishing
Outlook Circle which has merged The group will I N or skin cream.
It was entertained ,MlM In Ms
second Aa I toe
with Jennie Lobdell Circle will and the fourth f a
: P. S. L. in that church.
meet Jan 15 with Mn. Leslie of each month. The 39a 390 9o
I will
Ditter. I Ing w1be at the the group
at the home of Miss )
Palmer Jan.
Mrs Lyon and Mrs. E. S. Cap-I on 12. Uses e.oeocr a + eooutt
linger were named as a commit' 1
tee to work out plant for a contest 'I''
In circle activities. '

New officers of the W.SCS will' I MN. M
be Installed at the morning church I Kelsllng of Jack FACIAL PADS
services on Jan. IT. I : )' grand matron of Girt your skin protection
Present at Tuesday'i meetingwere 1 S. of Florida will visit The modern, con of from cold roughening and.wind.effect Soft

: Mil II. M. Gibb M.. Geo., : Chapter on Jan. 22. clean venient and way refresh to pleasant

Ramon, Mn. Lyon, Mn. Geo., your skin. Vied
Smith, Mn. Palmer, Mr*. Dan I by most /9a 39o
Williams, Mrs Hindman, Mn. A. .' ev women ya
M. Logan Mn. Casper Williams % Moeucis
Mrs. McNeil. Mr*. J. U Ballard.j /f# U4.WAR .AS. SPICKARD 6 a'

.Mrs. Mollie) Wingate, Mn. S. T. and .
10m"". .."" .. . ......... ." ..,..,.... ................. .."......",....,,,. ; I C. C. RAY

.. aaeeelated with ,
For Home
.. J:.>'te.yg.oa /
; .,
; .,. DENTIST and 100wwfc/ ASPIRIN,TABLET?

: : t .. .. to I f. m Yea can bay this tasteless MTH FOR

...,., Ie U odorless lubricant that is
; Smith-Graves Furniture Co. Satordaya r Boa-haWt-fofmlng AND 8
r 100 dependable qokk-icU "
Tablets..w. .-
W. strata, MIAMI tar Aspirin

: Homestead Phone raoNEt-ua.

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Friday, January 8, 1943 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Page( SevenCare

"" " ,.. " " .. , ,, .. .. .. Says lack "What made

I"mllll" and Use t Electric IronsEDITOR'S into the army, Tom''" you go

,'" """ "Well" replied Tom, "I had no CLASSIFIED ADS
wife and I loved war.Uiat I
( NOT: This If th I fourth in a series of articles pre- made you join the Jack" I
pared by home service advisors ofpany. the Florida Power & Light Comeare army RA JIM inserttOD 10e a Uae; subsequent insertions
"Well. the
j was reply, "I bad a
The fifth concerning c and use of the vacuum cleaner 114a line
f wife and A
I loved I wentto
wilt appear sue) r boon I....... the .r.-Ex..peace so -

One of the most commonly used the sole plate or ironing surface: r
electric appliances of thehome The cord set whether FOR RENT La Rol engine Brooks, Inc..
permanency -Wnon Emir -
1111rhar b An ArtTHERESA'S '
Phone 7S-H.
y la the electric Iron. Now that attached or detachable maybe

.. the heating element and ,other a source of Ironing trouble. :ROOMS and apartments. Reasonable
t. tnetals to make electric Irons -.re However it la designed to With- I BEAUTYSALON I rates., hot water and show LOST

t .to precious. It to Important that stand hundreds of hours of constant : era. Palms Hotel, Florida City .

we take special care of them If toe It given proper.ta...: I (dllJ21)FOR B GAS ration book No. M2.X33.

yon have an clectrle iron that Always grasp the plug end i Finder please return to Frank:

I' beats It Js Still a useful appliance I l, when connecting or disconnecting! Itl Makyan Anal-i.d near .1! SALE OR RENT Collins, P. O. Box S7T or to

| no trotter how old It Is. All Irons,I I to the electrical outlet. Do not 141 ft rUcbt M. T.L Camp Redland, Tie.
f however must bet properly cared I ,
r. I kink your cord or wrap It around Beauty goal" 01 the beat Type at Uwe STORE bldg. on Oversea highwayat -
k, for. the iron while it is hot If you i I assumable, Pat.... All Wart Dana by I!I I'I. Florida City in Lewis Tour.

Here are a few simple sugges. have a detachable cord set, remove ,i skilled: locus ... .. Pwa..wes--I I III 1st Camp. Suitable for most WANTED
tions. it only after each ironing .tl t'a. Bkamaaa and I any kind of business. See Elea.: -

Do not allow Iron to.l and hang It on a hook providedfor sea Boom t .. t Dallri PIt Till; nor Froscher, 1 block north. I BUGGY light wsIolor cart, any ;
f/e:; I P. M. .. '
I I Parklna iM condition. Phone 528-J-l, Fon-
I heat at
Oa or a that purpose. Be sure that it \ (dl8-Jl)
higher temperature than la neces hangs loose without sharp bendsor Tkm aN many baanty .h_ but the' taine, Silver Palm dr east of

sary. If you use an automaticIron kinks. If you want to disconnect -i uparlorlty of an oitablUhmant of this FOR SALE I Naranja rd. JBtl)
:natural la Judged from DM standpoint of j I Iaxparlrao ---- - -
set the Indicator accordingto : your Iron occasionally: during -I
.' sad equipment to Carry .. tbo'' BOARD and room on grove, wish; .:
the type of fabric to be Ironed. the Ironing, pull the cord plug!carious branrlM KEROSENE heater .
of beauty culture giving 1-bumer
Do not leave the Iron plugged In I from the wall socket Instead ot Uwrouah and reliable Mnlca. I I inet style, excellent to learn. H. Cadden. 218 W. .
to heat ,unless :you Intend to use pulling the plug from the Iron.I THFRKtAS BEAUTY SALON hi price $15. Universal cab-I Flagler, Miami. (pjS)

it at once for irons will heatto The Iron plug will last much Miami b one of100 boat I. tka .ll". Iron
good condition $
the IS\: r In1 I longer: |when the higher branrhM of beauty .'1. CAPABLE re:table woman for
turo art fvaturod They wa more than 504-J after 030: house work. Pets Tourist'
less than two minutes.In I Be sure that your cords arehandled i ono lyitom of permanent waving hen In. or Saturday. (J8) Home, 303 S. Krome. j8tf) ",
order to preserve the bright with care at all times, so order to sins the cunomor the type afwava

metal plate of your iron and make that the braid does not become 1 which her hair -..... The 1-YEAR-OLD Saanen buck entitled FAT hens. J. R. Bevis, near Lefts
Ironing mudh faster and easier, torn 'or pulled or come In con-' hair to ant store dry and ....h. but poa.ataaoi 'I'| to registration. Sam J. store. (dl8tf) ;
I .......
wax the sole plate of the Iron oc tact with grease, acids or other, won ..an...attractive.., bat If brt hale Ono look@may rai W*.1 Davis, Rt. I, Box 279 Home-
casionally.: Rub a little beeswaxor agents which might tend to deteriorate .: lea and to ovdn of llttlo or no tare I I stead. Phone 582-J3 (J8tf) TO trade '37 4-ton delivery ae.
it. Remove the the 1 dan for l.ton stake body truck.
paraffin on fabric. bar entire nppraranca suffers _.,.h>nEvary '
surplus wax by rubbing the iron : Aways have your cord connected -I woman, regardless. of boat .llmltrdhr 36 Terraplane Sedan good condl.tion J. R. Bex'Is, near Left's store.
over a clean piece of I budget may ba. should patronize < See at Texaco Station N. I (d8tf) ..
that it
so swings free while!
I ; _.. ___ __ _
food beauty shop Ilka this one at lnti> W. 4th St. (pJ8)
possible, always tilt the iron Ironing Do not set your Ironing:j I..... Tko dry temperature of our booMO, I TUTORING WANTED hit

back on its heel rest instead of. board In such position that the I i I the dirt and crime everywhere about w, ONE Caterpillar "15" tractor, new i school and grade school subjects.
using a flat metal stand. This cord Is constant y bent or kinked the demands nude by onti family and 1
tracks I
I : Brooks, Inc.. Phone 78 H. Mrs. H. J. Armstrong A. B,
saves wear and tear on the sole while you are Ironing I also b, metal and business 0011.......... 1
(dll-tf) I Plummer drive and Country
execs n toll which ton ba warded off by
plate. I Proper care saves excessive j I,pad bout shop ......... Beside a tolnffU ::8 ITCH by i : Club road.REPAIRS.
wear ;; ;;
Be careful not to drop your and Inconvenience; so have I, n shop like this one where service I"excellent : Inch Barnes
Iron. Heavy jars of this kind may your iron or A>rds repaired at the prime reasonable, tofffthtr with ing pump. 1,000 gal ,. ",,,
break the element, control mechanism -I ,first sign of trouble. !; cleanliness' and. fhaefulnaia, provee n pal I l I ute. Direct connected r:1 AND SUPPLIES f

or other parts that. are difficult --- tonic. for Typewriter*, Addlnr Machines 1
There'a V. c........ the bead of thiihno and Cash Registers '
to replace. A dime out .f everyWdollar and an expert In her pro'I".1|
Keep the bottom of the Iron we torn Invites III) out of town women to i S. L. Kendrick BOB FALLIG\NT ,
clean for full efficiency After for .p""I........... Just gall Miami .ph"n.1 Box 706H, Rt. S. Miami Fla.I .
using, wait until iron is cool, then QUOTA ind the time most oonvenlent for I I' , .., :, :,: : .", ,\.
will be arranged Adv. -
: f
wipe off with damp cloth, utilizing -
a mild cleansing agent if necessary with \ PEACENOTARY ex-r-61

Be sure to use a scouring BONDS ... ,.' .I :.1:.,..,. PUBLICOdd 1 114 VonONLY .;
powder that will not scar the "
bright metal 'surface. If the sole Fellow Bid*.

plate sticks, clean: it while hot by I' N. W. lot St. Homestead Fla. MONKEY

rubbing it on salt sprinkled on a
piece of clean .p per. This will I JUNGLE
also remove starch or other material votl
solo rant
sticking to the sole plate.
,4. Plerid.'.
Never Immerse the iron in water I Atisymstn6I a met. +. net" W04a.
Always store In a dry place 00 We'effect 1 tret road acerb .r

when not In'use And for safety's j P.mr.. on Hishw MamFM.mse.d p.

sake, be sure the iron is not hot
when you store it away. 2.1 I .

AVoid ironing over buttons,

hooks, tippers! or other hard ar- I '

ttoles as these will eventual: scar
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MOTOR LINES' continuing contribution of Its tic .

NOTICE OP TAX.APPIICATIOHFOR PEED trained men to fill key positions In the Armed forces hat

File UI70 opened desirable and important positions in this essential WH\TAIL8 YOU
Motion U hereby given that John J There hj trtmrnoW need foi < ckin,
This it War of . If
Hawklna. balder u awiiinee of City ol industry. a Transportation I you feel constantly out-of- liottiomf! mil educational letentertaining
Miami Tax CertlNrata I Numbered loOUJhae Florida Motor Lines employees are doing their bit sup sorts-and If others are begln-. .
dinned he IN day of lu.. A. D. 191t. hu boy > publiullnll.
filed rid Certificate in my ." .... and plying vital transportation to all phases of the war effort. nine to notice and remark on It. 1'1'01"' .It hy. for JO yeen'the' Soy
made application for lax deed lo beue ls to YOU to this come to Chiropractic. What
thereon In accordant with law....i.ld The opportunity now open join war.essential you Scouts ol America nu pubfilled
Certificate _b.._ the following do.acrlbrd. group. I I need la an Adjustment. And only BOVI LI Ft,
Florida,property....wll', alluated In I>ad. County Chlropratc: meets that need. So It'i the nuguine IOU

Lot 12. B..k. II. 0verbr..ok. ,...... (I many who have benefited by mil bt Bled to
Slat Book I. Page "$. in the City ofMiami. FOB 'MEN g4e wefriend's
Chiropractic Adjustments roar
Ca.ety .e &>ado. seem of testify
Flo..1da.'I'Ito to its bodily aid. Come! 'Of
_loans "t rid property under COACH OPERATORS: Age 21 and up; good :
the Certificate, blood was In the n._ 01
Unknown Unleea Mid Certificate shall driving experience (heavy equipment preferred). HOURS -
be redeemed aecorilna t. law. tax deed 5 feet 7 Inches, 150 pounds minimum 8th grade 1:31to122te8
will luua
thereon onIk* Wit nay of
JVhruery. A. D. lass education (High School preferred)) I Evenings *iy Appointment
Baled Uiln ilk day of January A. D.
.' .
Stewards Garage Employees
of Circuit Coa... : Dr. R. J. Elliott
Cad. c:...". riorlda ,
Closest Court S. .
t... .. U. SI. t*. Fea a. IMS 0.15 5109 a_...'U,Jr)pea
I! McC*r Arcade ......your'order 101 ...

Title Agents Baggage Clarks, Bookkeeper Catculators I I phone 2S1IVh1OMESTEAD. sore tin, ....t Polk ,..,Now TOt ...

Stenographers. Typittt Clerks, Janitors : FLORIDA I n row nrwpat*edict or heal.ifnn

YOUR OWN quota, and Cleaners.It '
is has always been our policy fo give preference In employment l I

: 101 to t.n and women living along our routes.If The World' Ned Seen Through :

you are Interested, mail postcard or letter, giving I
name, add,..., age, sex, end Indicateposition you are
I tonl Pear towiry m of row rtat A. 1lm/lorul Day Nrovik.per
.... the Made ... mile
lass OMT.OWI gloss Jim MOTOR LINES. JACKSONVILLE. FLA. An application I raiSiint h TIll C n MAN sgiMcs pcitftHixo SW ITT "tb
Tkaowkal wa onl ...; oaa oj blank wJ be mailed te and If are acceptably Oar bw.y tarot, = Id.rmh"Islas I
1 .
aha taaartOeMa you you TtxaBafal.-CoaHiatliM .U. Fro* from SenaariMal.EdrMeiaJe -
Tleemp w. da.eat6 ,and position .Is open. arrangements will be made for 4) I ism-. Are .T...., ao>e IiMrwctlre sod la Daily
8nytae sow Beads w ..ales sew personal! interview and further consideration.kaiaLN F-- Tessellate with the TPery 11eguine ........ Asia
'se1.ei tar al.e.rrl I the ....... a. 111" Newgaper for do Haman a a >

;i lakanby* mack with Ik* Axlel onnahraa orIOHUVJ ; fStrslflj Price HIM y-r,. or H.00 a Moatk.t .
. TwoTAMPat. "f sash" 1-. ocI....... Megrim Sotdon, <2'0 e YeMk '

+ ..... 10 W"rn.D'. ... J .sftr." ,,----- 1)-- ....... ; i i

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rasa e. M Last ui-nowi t ,
Oat Iko4Malllhaaloaa> .nc ..k;.t:' .... dW we in FLORIDA C11 a. rtOUDA
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Pare Eight HOMESTEAD LRDEB AND ENTERPRISE Friday. . January 8, 1943'%*
war period. chairman, N. P. Lowrty i. Lamar' ;
Plans for
CHAS. L OOLEY Farm Mobilization Day I Committees named by Ms. Birdat PaxaoD. .

TELLS LIONS OFMODERNPYRAMID I Jan. 12, Made by County War Boards Tuesday's meeting are J I Bulldlng-N p. Lowrey, chairman "'
I FinancevC K. Crandoa, char- J. Lamar Parsons Prestats

___u __ _. u man J. Lamar Paxson, Proton B. 8. Bird. q i
I Plans for Farm MobilizationDay PRESTON BIRD j Bird. retard Zoning-W, 1P Lewrey, dlali':

set for Jan. 1) by President Road and Bridge-HugJ saatv C. H. Crandon, Preston KJBird. ;

i Roosevelt, were made Saturdayat chairman Preston B. Bird, N. P. .> .

"American Ingenuity, which a meeting of eight South Florida (Continued From Page One) Lowrey. I Stockade--C H. Crandon, chairman

ca accomplish such remarkable county war boards In West to follow was emphasised M the Home, Hospital and WeUarex- N. P. Lowrer, High........ ,:)

engineering feats M the buildingOf Palm Beach attended by Luther goal of the ooanmlasioa by Mr. J. Lamar Paxaon chairman, I Wednesday the tone issionees '

Boulder Dam, can and will be L. Chandler, county chairman of Bird Tuesday ID his speech accepting Charles H. Crandon. Hugh Psten. 'Inspected Virginia Key. and Biscayne ". .

vied to the fullest la defeating the US.DA. war board, County the chairmanship.! He Parks and Beautiflcatlon H i Key, and ;yesterday :the f

Mir enemies," Chaa. L. Ooley told Agent Chas. K Stetfani and Ceo.. pledged his efforts to follow a Crandon,'chairman, J. Lamar Pax- road and bridge";committee Lands :..
!N. Wakefleld, ajrtcultural Instructor policy to the best interests ef the son. Hugh Peters.AgriculturalPreston. a routine inspection of the entire
saarnbers of the Redland District at Homestead High publlo both now and la the post- B. Bird.. ,district t.
Lions Club at their regular meet - -

ing Den Tuesday at Silver night PaIn in the Lions, The purpose of Farm Mobilization saws MOW. Mir rogue" WalUM M and ......... ",n,.

Day, Mr. Steffanl
Ooley, who li club secretary, said yesterday -
is to center attention on Pan American Business Y
visited Bouder! Dam on his way 1943 "Food for FreedORoall University ,
to California
summer recently announced by Secretaryof Ilk riaar Prahaahwal Bide, aid N E. and Ara, Mlaail. Tal MIIT .'I
and was ao Impressed by the snag-I Agriculture Claude R. Wick-) AH Baahua laklarta ,..,;.... Urtadlas STINOTTM Cillo...... Shorthand), Aha Spanish and Port ".
allude of what he termed ,
tome k> Competent OaM AS Tawl Dav sad (TMM Ciarni Sajirlir TralatasFIHIac t
greatest pyramid In the world that ard.Published Oradaatta far Immediate Sinn---l..Uw TaiUaai Baaaa.Oaaortuiltlaa .
i Florida .
be chose it ai his subject for a I vegetable .
talk to bit fellow member He goals request increases of 29 percent i (or wen tralnad and abet aaek and a.ar Mna>. and Students (labklns 1 found kmliuaa tdueaUoa, rich M la a r.,
In lima beans 13 per cent 1.- werhwa .N growing e..eantlfas kara are actually finished In ewer fared Md anllabla hns, Mar soaailai' .
told of the need for
Impoundingthe I la snap beans, I per cent In greenpeas. chows herb kr atottolka and atatoaMaita mom at the word sail .a>r M ducal I .ta fM, tt faraMai an aanrW.iiaia .
waters of the Colorado River Approximately the as auataaM aKanttaa, and ara* into luerMlw aoiUlona at hlfk' atondnL that M other ter. .. tratalas *Uprorida
to supply water for lower Cali- same The serenades I department k Ik akawaat I and H bob tau mraat that
I acreage Is desired in aortloMtrlr tile Need for wall tratoadatoala
fornia and Lot Angeles and of tomatoes aa aaaarlraetd aoaoaatant. Studnttaaa i on* aould cot psmalt aLUaipt wdaia kto .
to fin thaw ltloaa la .
o> frowlMklcluat
cabbage and lettuce .
the physical obstacles that had to and reductions tae rests, hare the aaVaalam at pvs ortlfled with a drfliriw tratalni alit
of 14 cent in Fssd.eest.l kids". Wa4sing. of the wall .. Tkaitoaoaraplila
per green pep bash toartilxs a b.rs.m eosun.
be overcome. I pers, JJ per cent In celery, :30 tn la more ta dnwnd ikaa drpartavn la la akara atUackara j I iduawa at this dip Kkkk fc) tie
"When first proposed he said, per cant la Watermelons ever Mora dot U art ck" dMaro..M was. kara ....... ta Mau ot tkaaalataadlas hems t apaartwUlaa (or past m ,..
*m ny scoffed at the undertaking ,cumbdes. traada. atkoala at tka aoawrjrBwinav Waves atV. iiKlna. oft tburotwhtr ,
and dacared It Impossible of plant A ...... sass |or w< .... I* turn I ."..,... ayck ... to ..,.... prepared" *a asset rnl *'o>IUaa w55t. '
fulfillment. But those who believed , and IS per cent la escarale aa* tkat. boa slaw ton MXWAIyffbproaremb0 kr this wand ta aa tadlrMuallwt m0f I tae tI..... tkclr.ammaTV.,bats. ,5.4. 'IN'
went ahead and In 21 .The state goals are being is 62 ..,Islas sale" lawless ad. rnnrtlona to tile seed ot Ik* a raoawTkDa Mae IN ..Salad to army pomale watas +
broken down Into county goals .reds k aka Pan Aairina SlaakMM DakMlallthi in a"e pen .00 400 MAO etika .. serum head.--. da..a.w saw
Baonths with 1,200 men on the by the agricultural adjustment 'maw is Miami.hers _,..... ...1115.4.e.s Mae .aloe wet *"t, air aanraaiwhk ,came aavartinHr at Pang Was Jkrwas
lob accomplished a greater talk agency and will be to ara"aal ... .....askswe the ,aflnlta' .War' at questing araloimant. Utt adwol .a4 dive urn fpfor.ptlss. t(
than the building of the pyramid passed on to ." .... ........ M. ,....... business tralnlns' for air fr guides .._ w. area '..seta. these
the individual farmer who will ...... ..4 Ma 110. 1 1r
of Glten, which historians ) MR gar -- Tbuash you way fan, to oared their hiss (
make a 143 farm plan of his .. ..5111.. mist
say took 100,000 men 20 years to .. M thy At ta tkaai say shamw deed
build." production-- .. goal. .for the, year. Ifealar aMiiaai, gnat err k laM an differed. .... -aa'y
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together of the two civic clubs.

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