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: January 15, 1943
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 )
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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: VID00577
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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: As Tomatoes Bring $6.80:AND $5,000 FOR FURNISHINGS; ,

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1 1 Flrit National Bank of 'Kirby, vice-president T. J. Homestead Bay Park Is Improvements costing $3,759> ""
TO BE TALKED *
Homestead 'now hat resources Harris, chairman of the board. Now Crash Boat Station will be made immediately on the '

mountfcif to $1,054.73330, according The other directors are E. A. Redland District Chamber of I,
Carter, Frank Rue Jgs.. W. English u. S. war department lease or l lBayfront
Commerce building which was
to the statement of Itf
'AT and A. Webb ; Park as headquarters ol i
s MEETING condition for the'three months .. A.,E. Campbell. r. who had servedas the Homestead army air base I formally occulped Tuesday by the, '.

that have Just ended. This li an assistant cashier was madecashier'to crash boat unit was authorized USO under a lease signed Monday -
J Tuesday by Dade County commis at the Chamber buildIng
of night -
---- increase $482,10393 over last replace W. c..Payne.;
. year and la by far the highest Miss Margaret Ames was made sioners. to extend six months beyond
r Jr Temeto prices reached a new The $1 I year lease Is for the
point it has reached In the tea assistant cashier In recognition of the duration. Five thousand dollar
duration of the war or for a
high Tuesday'when Paul Haley'stomatoes
,. of Its history her fke-year record of excellent will be spent for new furnishings
.1 were auctioned at $6.80 years sen Ice. maximum of five yean, and contains -
" At the annual meeting of stockholders a proviso that the government for the remodeled build .
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at the Florida City State Farm-
of the bank Tuesday, all complete construction of the ing. l'
1.. en' Market, Manager c: S. Phillips seven of the director were re- buildings and buy front the:
Clarence J. Farman, former Toledo -
reported yesterday. elected and they In turn reelected LOCATION MAYhEXCLUDEAREA county materials already on hand I
architect, will im-
supervise
Squash are selling at from $3 I three of the five officers, for that purpose.
I Max Leaner president,_ T. .Y. > tIt\lA Ipr vements en ''IP in l.4.tr"; ,.... .
: f4.$5.25,, tie! said: Few beans areon' mission worked cgn-' '
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.. out cy l (Ptrrnan ,is head of tie; USO executive '
the market
\ Truck Tire Inspection L. McKee of the war department. committee which, Ia workIng i:
l The market cafe has been reOpened I FROM DI I-OUT The crash boat unit will rescue
with W. E. D. Ward, new director
Deadline
for the season. Set for Feb. 1 planes and their crew that
to establish the new unit.
crash! into Biscayne Bay. Civilian
Graven of the area who tell Tentative plans call for a
I All truck owners must have workers with the unit are Russell gum
their produce at the Florida City i room, a lounge, a writing room
State Farmers' Market and buy- their tires Inspected by Feb. 1, Due to Its location, Homesteadwas Anderson,'and who Is in charge Grennell, Ovid all a snack bar, washrooms, etc. and
Sullivan Virgil
it was announced yesterday by seen unaffected by the I the city has opened the munici-
era on the market are urged to of Hometead.
E. A. Carter chairman of the stringent new dimout rules, according pal swimming pool without
attend a meeting of the advisory
local rationing boar AD holders to defense officials interviewed charge to service men.
Growers Edison
committee to be held at 8 p. m. Swamp Mr. Ward Is using the office of
of B and C books should have here \
Monday Jan. 18. yesterday With Score of 42 to 27 the Chamber of Commerce directors
r Complaints another tire inspection during the The new regulations define the I and will supervise dances

concerning. the!month of February, he said.The section to be dimmed out as Homestead Growers continued and other recreation. Hours at
package fee charge here will be
board has designated the
the new center will be 11"0"I:
discussed at the meeting "that area specifically Included their winning streak by out classIng -
manager following service stations as inspection m. to 11 m. dally, . ,
p. p. \ reports
C. S. to the seaward tide beginning Edison 4227In
Phillips said yesterday, and of a line High's quintet '
centers: Texaco One Slay and on holidays ana Sun-
t Jt Is to the Interest at every C. P. Grlnold, Highway Texaco at the end of Long Sound, a fast game Tuesday night at days the rooms will be opeed at

farmer. and buyer; to be present Service Station, Davis Sinclair, thence In a northeasterly direc- the Edison gym. 10 a. m.Each I'

l a According to the local rationIng -,j Homestead Filling Station Amoco tion to the Intersection! of WaldIn The Raiders, who held the local Homestead organ'zjllou' !! 1

board, automobiles may be Service Station Bishop and Son drive and Biscayne Bay, thence boys 0-8 in the first period; wentto 1 is Invited by Mr. Ward to give
used for transportation to the I
Service Station and Postofflce: an evening a month to pruung
i meeting Mr. Phillips said, as Itl' Quit Station in Homestead, Myert I due north along the section line pieces In the second, made a entertainment for the men PI the

.r, strictly for the discussion of Service I Station in Florida City, which Is Galloway road west cf comeback to pull within four I base. The members are as It,M to

Iness. bue-//Cash Service Station and H. D. Kendall to the Dade-Broward points In the third, and were decisively I get in touch with Mrs. Auriun
t Members of the advisory French Service Station In Prince i county line." I licked I in the Jail period (Continued on Page Four
(Continued on Page ) ton. The rules which go Into effect --
Feb. 1 are designed to set up a ,
single! standard for auto headlights I I Red Cross Mending\ Room Readied

Farm Wage Board Will Redetermine II in all areas of the county I
'.1 and to dim homes on the main-I To Care for Needs of Service MenThe

'South Dade Rates Set at Hearing ,,1 land beach.as well as the Keys and the

I Red Cross sewing and or rest while their work Is being!
South Dade farm wage rates hours; male, $0 cents fin hour, 56 Airplane Spotters I mending room for service men at done. A dozen r|, .paintings of

: previously act at a public hearIng skilled farm labor 32'>it cents an South Florida scenes which grace
Needed in Silver Palm 9 S E. Flagler ave. Is being made
hour or $321 for a 10-hour day. the walls are the work of a young
will be redetermlned this afternoon
t ; Hope of early action in the 1m- i ready this week and will noon artist, Douglas Reynolds when

" at an executive session (Continued on Page Eight) I Fifty-six airplane spotters are :be ministering to the needs of he was stationed In 1933 and 1P3
of the Florida Agricultural Wage needed to man the observationpost Homestead
. the men at the army at the Seventh avenue CCC camp
Board In West Palm Bench M. c.' Commission Keeps Dade i In the Silver Palm section, I ar| base, Mrs. B. A. Tibbits, chair (Continued on Page Eight)
announced Mrs. Frederick R.
il Vomits chairman of the board, .". Hospital Non-Paying I Weber after, a man .of. the local Red Cross Chapter
.: .. I' reorganization
't" oencea Potato Growers Hit
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4 meeting 'of the post held last ; reported yesterday.The
) The customary rate of pay for 1 A proposal of the Farm Security night 1 use of the room has been By Recent OPA Ruling

.. this area had been. 8J.80 a day Administration to pay the These M ground observes It donated for one year by the owner
," ,' according to testimony of more county M a day for care of emergency obtained will release 17 annoy Under a recent OPA ruling,
,.; t than, fifty South Dade farmers cases at Dade County Hospital scouting planes for.vital war use, W. W. Woodaon, and furniture Florida potato gravers will not

P who- met, here with officials of Vas reeeted.Tuesday by the Mrs. ,W.beraId.. Each person will labor and materials have been be permitted to add a differential

.; the board'Nov. 18. Late in December county commission, which will have'a three-hour .shift puce a provided to outfit the room for for packing their product, according -

: .' a hike to 80 cents an keep the Institution on '. strictly week. Men are needed for the operation. to information. received, bytongeaamnt
o..r tau for.common field labor was .charity basis.Commissioner. night shifts and women, for the Yesterday two sewing machines -Pat Cannon.
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. approved by Grover B. Hill assistant Lamar Paxaon day shifts. were already In place for the use I A ruling asked by Texas grower -
,.. secretary at agricuture, Chairman of the' hopaital board, Anyone who I* willing to Volunteer] workers and a long *, who are classed with Florida a
:' wise aald that this rate would be pointed out that acceptance Of volunteer for the Silver Palm observation eoutter had been Installed where farmers denied the Texans permission
ivied In executing contracts tinder the FSA proposal would result In post duty Is asked to garments will be received for re I to add J.M; a hundred
the farm labor tranapnrtitioa the .hospital's budget .being over- see the, chief'obaer"r.',the Rev. pair. Tables and chairs for the :pounds for packing to tea IBS .'
' !: : P'OII'IUIfIl the department afagriculture. expended and that the commission M. E. Myec, pastor of the Silver use of workers are ,placed about top for Mr po&ato/iL .Maine e
tol consistently has turned down Palm kfetbodlst Church, or to see the room.One and Idaho growers have been '

The following payment; were request of taxpayers for admittance or telephone Mrs Weber, who resides corner has been furnished I parr s4ttenl.. br; OPA to add such
approved by HID:' common farm to.the hospital no part-pa with her plnm .. Col. and with a desk table. and chain differential,' Cannon was Informed
labor female V a day for II baaII. Mrs. Ralph Klngmao where soldiers way read, write *,

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Paee Two awr... HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, January 15, 1943


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I OUR 'iMEN- IN' : Dies in Florida City WPB ASKS FARMERS ,f" .


SERVICEMOM, Funeral services were held in
TO BRING IN SCRAP '
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i, told, S3, who died Saturday at'
Lt. Collins and Guests Pvt. Roy Smith, who is serving; his horn in Florida City. Cremation :

Visit Airs Eva Collins ,an the reception center at Camp followed the,services. Nelson Telegram Points Out j I -
Blaming, arrived Sunday to! Mr. PetzoM came to this see*

spend M .ten-day.,-furlough'.withJiU boa .:n..._ ago .from-Uentoaa -Need-For-Heavy Farm Metal ,
Lt. Thomas A. Colilnscom I
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parents: Mr. sand Mr*. .Dexter ,Where h* ."_a, gold.miner.Unr .
of',
manding officer "detich-
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til be became blind and leaf lie
ment medical department of Mor- * was active In community Vfalrs wAS>mxo'roe The Mattel UAOJU: Board cm isse.1 I
rtoon Field at West Palm Beach. If r-will eats 1M C' POW" III Count*Asrnt aa 4 Crmmnnltr loadjen. k
while viiitinf his mother Mr Joe P. Byrum has been Between 1122. and UlZ8 'he served the stretch 1Irt..Iar vi ores aDd wh have been Some the most'w
transferred to Soott two terms oft the, 'Florid City (Ml *eraB .Q+ closing active in fan* am*eolleetloB la the .
Field lit tol I ngI arose
Eva Collin! of Homestead, had ai council en IM* tebtraa pact are la a pwttioeito trie Impor.
his guests for the week-end Lt. attend radio school. Pvt. Byrumis ; turn Chairman DooaMNelno..rr the tank aid and will ke eM upon ..'
and Mr*. Wllmer J. the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. He leaves his wife, Mrs.1iariePetzold :l I editor of more than 1000 weekq take a leading pan. e eConservation
Celbel and .
I and farm effleUl
of Florida City, and a newspapers pub0ieatlooaimphaahang Department .
of West ,
Wil'yi: C Wood, (WOJG.) Lt. Byrum Avocado drive. Mr Thelma -the GOOd fur heavy point out that, In many eetlon ot
e daughter, Bruckertof strengthen UM abundance she country this drive will k*
Celbel I. acting commanding officer '. scrap greater a nee x
I Bremerton, Wash. ot lighter household wrap against the weather, and that m
adjutant, meN officer and Pvt. and Mrs. Ernest B. Me '. which flooded the country scrap time should b* loath getting started. 1
supply' officer of the) medical detachment Comb are the parents of a seven- yards M a result of the recent seer Winter weather will be a handicap I
!Mrs. S. Shields paper campaign,Mr.RonnwaldealMt but unlee transportation I* coma,
at S. Dies .
at Morrison
large I pound three-ounce daughter born attention to UM fact that, next to InI pletely paralned UM work of eolleeUon.lt -' '
Field. Mr. Woods Js registrarand Jan; 12 in James Archer Smith At Home in Florida City I I =Ux afrtcuiuiral anal an th I* believed win be praeecuted ;
mess officer of the station Hospital. I *of heavy with the uUnoet vigor.' "Snow toy ,,0
I I I Already In UM =lit because rain and mud, win not atop our men .
hospital at Morrison Field and I I Funeral services held It* | of his extra efforts to Increase cropproduetlon on the fighting front," said Erie H.' t
also of the Breakers Hotel which Tech. were I In the lace of serious war- Marks, Chief of to Farm Scrap BeoJ
; Sgt Dukes West
has been taken the has been i 2:30: o'clock Sunday In the Florida Urn shortages of manpower and machinery Uon. "and as know It will not Mop
over by Army transferred from MacDill Field City Community Church for the farmer thus assumes the UM army of farmer and volunteer
Air Corps.Lt. I Tampa, to the army air base at Mrs. Dorcas Elizabeth Shields added burden of supplying war material worker In this drive for bearfarm
needed In the production of ,
and Mrs. Geibel and Mr. *
( Columbia, S. C. He has already wife of Dr. Samuel S. Shields, I ships, tank, gun aircraft and all Reports coming In from every Motion
Woods who came from Pennsyl- I gone, but Mrs. West and baby who died at her home In Florida kinds of mechanlied equipment. of the country Indicate that the
vania find New Mexico, reaper i 1 daughter Gayle I Despite UM difficulties.of crop production amount of Iron and Meet scrap Mill
spent the weekend
lively had the City Friday after a three-year however, farmer have taken remaining on American farm far exceeds -
never seen southern
i with Sgt West's parents, Mr. Illness. The Rev. Ceo. E. Deuel, an active part In Mrap collection from the tonnage *o> far turned uu
portion of Florida and ex- '| and Mrs aA. West, before joinIng former pastor of the church and the beginningand have already In fact It I* evident that the *ur.
pressed admirat'on! for the beautiful binv U* Columbia made a good showing But now that face has hardly been acratobed, sod
homes : | t the Rev. Lewis Minter, present their harvests have been completed It I* for this reason that great hope*
and
groves they visited pastor of the church, officiated. and they are fret to devote, a large are held out for a -fV-g lucoeei
I share of their time to other activities, In the current effort. I
Mrs. Collins accompanied them Word has been received by Mr. Burial was In Palm Cemetery, the Government I* asking them -io A word ot caution I* waked bv the1
i and Mrs. J. H. Dodson that their Naranja, under the direction of make an all-out effort to collect and Department ot Agriculture to all who
buck to West Palm Beach as a r son, Pvt. Henry Dodson, has been I Turner Funeral Home. turn in every pound of kilo scrap Mill participate: this drive, not to over, .
guest of Lt. and Mrs. Geibel and remaining on almost every farm,during look the that usable part should)
returned Tuesday afternoon. I confined to the hospital of the Los The pall bearers were Roy the next few week .be removed from old machine* and
e I Angeles arhy air "base with it Chandler W. F. A. Robertson, All of the manpower and transportation salvaged for future ..... This I* bas
of tonsillitis.Jack W. W. facilities of local salvage committees cause farm machinery' I* now being
severe case Rudolph Mattson. Severy
Fvt. Edgar Sla has been transferred i I In the rural area will be rationed, and all existing farm machine ,
'
I Ceo. Arbogast and Paul T. Haley. thrown Into this year-end effort of *must.be kept In operating eon
from Camp Standing to Ft. Dr. and Mrs Shields, who came 1M3. Mr. Roeenwald Mid. The press dltlon. Save the usable parts: repair
Meode Gadway PresidentOf i I has been asked to give widespreadpublicity
Md.
the machine that can be aNd
from Detrot; were among every ;
to the drtvr.and to UM their scrap
I Holy Name Society)'first settlers in Florida City Mrs Influence* to coordinate UM activities the rest (
Pvt Bobby Chambllss and Pvt. 'Shields until her final illness, of all cooperating groups, such a* the I Already there are signs that this
I American Farm Bureau, the National will prove to be one of the most popuJ
Francis Skiner returned Wednesday Jack Gajway has been named took an active part -in church Orange, the Farmer Union, the tar of civilian war effort Farmer
to Camp Blending after work and for several years was Four-H Clubs, the Future Farmer of know of the record act up In city
pending several days with their president of the Sacred Heart engaged In a business In Coral America, the Boy Scout, the REA drives for household crap, and they
families here Chapter of the Holy Name Soc- Cooperative, the WPA. State andCounty do not Intend to .be beaten by their
Gables.
e iety, a confraternity of the Highway Department*, the city cousins. They know that more
She leaves her husband and a Farm Equipment Dealers, the Automotive -
Catholic Church. Other officersare I Safety Foundation, local civic farm soap Is what Uncle Bam want,
A. J. Mills of Ft. Benning Ga, Louis Daigle, vice-president son Stuart L. Shields of MiamI. and business organisation,and many and they' are going to te that .begets
has been recently promoted to l other It. :
and John Lynch, secretary-treas
private first class, according to urer. f I USO Director to SneakTo
word received by his parents, Mr.
The local chapter came into Methodists Sunday
and Mrs. A. L. Mills of Florida
being Sunday morning after the
City. 030 when men I For Fttimpt
local
: mass were
W E. D. Ward, local USO director -
inducted charter members of
as
will speak on "India" Sunday -
Funeral Services Held the society by Father Michael l evening at the First Methodist CAB SERVICE .
Nixon, the of the Sacred
For Kendall Resident pastor Church, announces the Rev.O. .
Heart Church o t Homestead and Sewell Palmer, pastor. Mr. at reasonable rates
%W[Wood of
Chaplain the Homestead
Funeral services for Willie Al- Ward was for 16 years with the

bert Worth, 43, were held at S army air base. ] Y.M.C.A. In India, and also lived PHONE 9108 389
p. m. Tuesday In Perrjne Baptist The aim of &he society is to for a time In Turkey and Egypt. or

Church. Burial was In Palm foster reverence for the holy name Installation of officers of the I I +

Cemetery, Naranja, under the direction of Christ. Founded early in the'I Woman's Society of Christian HOMESTEAD: CAB SERVICE

of Turner Funeral Home. 13th century by the Dominican i Service will be a special featureof F. O. Plummer, Prop.
Mr. Worth died Sunday at his order, the' society has spreads the morning service. The

home In Kendall where he had throughout the world, and has theme of the sermon will be

lived for the past eight years. He had especially rapid growth in "Christian Leadership", and the

leave: big wife, Mrs. Bertha the United States. choir will sing appropriate muale.I L 'READ THE WANT-ADS
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Margaret Worth of Kendall; a
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:i Friday January 15. 1943 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Pare ThreeMrs. h


COL BURROWS\ Survey 'Under Way to Determine I .",,"
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41 fi,11tJlUY: TOI'I. &
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1.1 1.- IS SLATED FOR I War Needs for Child-Care Centers "or: I "h.I .

I -- I I FIRST BAPTIST CIHRC1I ,

I Dr. J. E. Johnston, the pastor,
OVERSEA DUTY; This week, pound work U beIng -'''Mrs.' Hammett and her sector, will preach on "Traitors of Cod !
1 J laid by Mrs. J. F. Hammett,I I leaden at the meeting held J.n'l and Country" Sunday morning ;

KlmbaB and Mrs WorthIn"1' Col. Paul E. Burrows has relinquished Dade County Defense Council' 7 In the city hall. Each leaderIn Jan. IT.

"ttj loa dowsed soberly and command of the Caribbean leader of Zone On, for a iurmunlty ..I turn called meetings this weekto I
their best black gloves, walked 1 relay the Instruction to her
Wing Headquarters, Air
along the road back centers for the care of block leaden who ,
. f. stony country will get In
Transport Command and /its stn Waters' Barber Shop i
toward Sophia Hardy's farm, to pay vey of the area to determine the touch with every household In the I
of his staff will be-
their visit of condolence. some transferred "
"A
I Friendly Sfco
1 I adviiablllty of establishing 01>1I\- area.
"Bow do you reckon shell be oversea to establish a new
bearing up?" Mrs. Kimball asked foreign wing of A.T.C children of mothers.who are already Tuesday meetings were held Service Me, CerlatlyN.
Mrs. Worthing-ton. Both ladies wontheir CoL Burrows will be succeededby working or who would work at the homes of Mrs. Helen I WelteNe4
*.most solemn, funereal expression CoL Vjncent Meloy a'veteran U their children were provided Lounsburv, Mn. Russell Home Flacler Ave. Homestead

"A mighty sever blow" Mrs. I flyer who formerly commanded ., for. I and Mrs. T. T. Bowen.
Worthington said. "Mighty sever the 29th Bombardment Croup Government fund ar* available day the entire group Wedn".1
To lose your only son, the mainstay at MacDlll Tampa and more re- for the operation of such I and block leaden of
of dreadful your declining death y too ears-.U And go down such cently saw duty at headquartersof I centers, Mn. Hammett reports,! met with Mrs. Roy Chandler and I!
with a ship. Mercy! of the Army Forces In and result of this survey will Mn. E. J. Dyal's workers met at I i.
\ 'The first of our boys from Band ington, D. CSelection decide whether such projects will i her home. Yesterday afternoon
County to go, too." Mrs. Kimball. of Col. WUh.1 be authorized for. this section. j Mn. Harold Kendall called a '
said mournfully. supervise the' Initial Instructions for the survey .I meeting of her leaden at the '1
s.!" .l t'" Sophia"I wouldn't Hardy Warn for the foreign wing was mad were live by Mrs. Sidney Lj i home of Mrs. John Lynch and last

trt. feeling right bit ognition of the part he played In I Weintraub of Miami oount'l I) night Mrs. Ceo. N. Wakefield's,,
ter." developing Morrison Field. i I chairman of the block group was Instructed at her home. I IHfHIiE'WE I
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'l'be'Olc' was brisk and cordial I l'
,They looked up ta.surprie. Sophia
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;they, followed her Into the parlor Conserve
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they .exchanged stances,* with eyebrow I ,
lifted. Sophia was not even
;in.mourning.The- parlor, shsdesjwen +rF'MACHINE /fcJO t
not even drtwn. s
"It's nice of you to come," Sophia t
'isald. "Do tit down." ,
"W Mn. Kimball said
'almost reprovingly came "to tell you that Th* New r.ar.194).th, ;and!

,your our hearts great loss.an "bleeding for you In GUN 4 C of the ",innin,." A greater

"We know how lonely you mtst be burden of toil and conflict KMaheid.
lout hen" Mrs. Worthington said. POST. NUMBER
'"With nothing to take your mind oft And while Amsrici'l soul
. offShe miffed and .FIVE' RETIING-
In her pun for a hand M fight in desert and jungle, telephone *
j''kerchief.
OUT OFAMMUNITION
-
communication lines
"Oh, I keep busy," Sophia said. I at
'
>*'I vat lust finished applying for theGovernment ; II home will carry an ver-lncreat
insurance on Tom'slife. I II
." I ing load of calls vital to Victory.
The visiting ladles could not re- I
slit a shocked glance at one an. l Telephone materials art still

1 other."I coin to battle In the form of
,
,"
want to get It right away SoC"
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i said. "So I can put It Into War. guns and .h.II,. So, to let the
ds. My boy hain't finished fighting
yet not hr a long shot" I II" most out of our present equip
The ladles dire so occupied with
feeling horrified so titillated by this meet w* will continue to need
callous behaviour In a bereaved in .
of your help keeping long di,
mother-that neither them ntlcea -
Sophia's hands. Under the tames lines clear of all bit
folds of her clean print dress
against the seat of her chair they necessary calls. And rtmember
wen tightly clenched.
(Story from an actual report In the greater the distance you
(the flies of the Treasury Department the
) I t.lk. greater the chance of
1 .
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1I your call getting in the way of
I I Carry M for mothers like Sophia.
'Buy War Buds till It hurts. I Important war calls.
1/.$. Tr,a.yVgeOee.r
W are most grateful for the
. . u._
I" -" patriotic response during 1942.to .
i our requests for voluntary

Olfic.r.r STATEMENT OF CONDITION reduction of unnecessary Ions;


M Preside tER THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF HOMESTEAD provide distance the calls.services It helped.M badly.i; i

THOS. L KIRBY needed in those critical times.

Vice-President. HOMESTEAD FLORIDA "
I For the "duration we can

T. I. HARRIS at the Close of Business on I continue to best serve the tel.
Chairman the Board .. t. i
DECEMBER 31. 1942 phone iieada of all by serving,

r W. C. PAYNE our first.
country
l Cashier (c.ptMIIe Call) I

. A. Eo CAMPBELL ;. ;" . .. RESOURCES. '.,., SODTHERnBQlTntPIODEiino

Assistant Cllhler' Lops and Discounts ...: ... e. ..,. .,.. . . . . . . . $77.1576.46
Feder.1 Reserve Bank Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.900.00 TELEGRAPH COMBOS( i\iss

Banking House . .f. . . . . . : ... . . . . . . . 9900.00 Naee eaves
( FurmtuJe &: Fixtures . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . 3685.00
Beard eI Directors Other Assets (Accrued Interest and Prepaid Expense) ? 1071.47

U. S. Government Securities '" 0. .. : . . 436123.44 .
Eo CARTER
A. .. State and County Bonds . 0.96 . . . . 46.367.150 'l" I.I PAV:
I Grower and Packing House Municipal Bonds' . ; . . ? . .. . t. . . 34.824.26 .
Official Cash on Hand and Due from. Banks :. . 443,285.25 960.600.45I
I I IAS. W. IIIfCLISH I I

I Newspaper Publisher ud .. ,. $1.054.733.38 ,
VLCTORY'BUY.
\ f., I I Theatre ,Open tor LIABILITIES I '

f. 4 T.. J. HAaaIS. Capital Stock . .. . t . . . 1P r .,1".. .. ) ... . . 25000.00

. Barde..Rania Packing.Co: s Surplus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . :. . . 38000.00 I '
I. \ Undivided Profits and Reserves r :. .. . . . . . . . . 6320.36 .
T. F:. KIRBY Other Liabilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2845.69 UNJTEO

. Vice President .' Deposits . . . . . . . .r. . .... . ... . . :. . ..t. '98.667.33 ; STATES

MAX'LOSNERr '. :, \ .
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WAR
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Prealdll1t, $1.054,733.38
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., i i - "RESOURCES DECEMBER' 31i 1942 . .,. .$1.0S4.733.S8 I II

I F L:RUE. .. RESOURCES DECEMBER.:n.;1941 . r. . 671.969.45 BONtS
Fertiliser) Marmfaetureiy Grower' INC} EASE- OVER YEAR :r :,'. .. . -482,103.93. ,, AND. 4STAMPS. i

"l fo.. .... WEBB ... r yf e . rFtsipltare II .
Mertkintr.., . + NEII81& FEDERAL' atIERV&TiTEM .
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Pare Four HOMESTEAD LEADER .AND:.ENTERPRISE Friday. January 15. 1943 .\ '.
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HOMESTEAD LEADERAND Ion on this qlWstlD:1! a result of 'That la the arrangement from tie! rm -
I rnisundentar, ot my ..lewll beginning of the usa here and { '
ENTERPRISE which was published In goad everywhere It Is not a new ii a is them t tr hu"Y. ;
faith. No service man will be I policy at all The, usa is for tho I
Founded I* tilt tarred from the USO I 'u.tle.., enlisted: m n.*.

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7..r:..ARCHER sad Endo.! I a'w? 41' M1

MARJORIE LIIACII ASCISER U.t. ARMY 14A0 c rep
Managing Zteltot I MORE! THAN 4OOQ 01
MAny "F.RRII.t DICKINSON I ,CHAPLAIN* m ntj I
News sad hlo1l '
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J- >V 1(12. >l U. Past >ffle< M t i
mJ, Florid, uukr UM a.$ of
March .. u-.|. .'''',

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Jacobs of the executive comult-
tee, he say, or with him at Hotel "
Rexlland or the VSO dub reams t AVER 6E
In the Chamber of Comru.rce t+ VMSRA
building Tne USO telephone 74 le -
Dumber It 9144 The entertainment If
need not be elaborate, and tW.-w )
MOTNTH
WOo ."h4I COACIAUY'OPU'ITOAMIRICAN t
It may require only two or three PORWI"SI't wr
volunteers, Mr. Ward said. l'NT"OJ: 'TIM&< < aaer7vocne f
The Tuesday evening dances I f.:1.r AROUND
will be continued under USO CRtwta O!T11R eARTM: I
auspices by the group that has
been In charge, headed by Mrs,
Jacobs, Mr Ward said
Gir!s over 18 who care to participate -
In the dances are askedto
ij<"t in touch with Mrs. Jacobs
Immediately
Approximately 60 girls and 100
Soldiers! attended this weeks
dome, Mr Ward said, and a doz-
en Women acted as senior hostenies -
Refreshments were available -

The, dances are held each Tuesday HI ML ,
evening from 7:.SO till 10:30.
As the USO club is not considered -
a pleasure resort, Mr. .
,Ward said It does not come un- itr
der the gasoline baa ''J' : .
The Chamber of Commerce "
building, now the center of USO :
act! ,ities In this area, will continuo 1. t'
to be used for civilian ; ,
dances two evenings I month,
"under arrangements made and (It) a
greed to by all (concerned", .ac
cordng: to a statement Issued by
Mr, Ward. In hi. statement he

said: v-rte- c
.As executive officer of the I J
board of management It Is my / 1 I
duty and pleasure to carry out
its policies In the beat way I '
know how, Under arrangementsmode >\
and agreed to by all concerned -
two evening a month
the Senior Woman Club and the
Junior Woman's Club may use
the USO building tot dances for
dvi.n.,: The other twenty-eight
evenings In the month the enlisted -
men will UM the building
under the direction of the USO'
'It has been decided: In accord-' JUNK
ante with the nation wide policy L NEEDED
of the USO that civilian dances) '+p Iran ppR WA 8
held In the USO buldlng be con-I a nd Steal
fined, to civilians or to
and commissioned el\'III10.1 11 I
that civilian men and
men be not mixed especially Itj], I
donees. 00 'the occ lion of these)
two evenings a month the USO,
building will be used exclusively -!
by civilians and the enlisted I

men will be so advised ;those:: Let's blast J.pen-*nd Oermany-and Italy-with the chain ; jtr'''
will. be no USO activity 1 lU.1
Rob aft of destruction that can be built from the scrap ia
evening at the building ,
"In other place all over the! our cellar, attic and garages. on our farm and In our/>lacca r
"atlrJn this arrangement baa sometimes -, of bun nee*. led nw sag '
been necessary and It has wP &ft@
worked out well. The enlistedme Scrip Iron and .steel .f A.r stMte/s. rubber end tM.f. Md Pon I, "a of lbs.e

have, realized that M% of maifertiil It will *H be -used to snake tank, hips. plane Ott 1M RosRubbe M

the, time at the VSO building their disposal. If the limited
1
rerturces available permit It. I''! at once. S

program for the enlisted mx I Sell it to a Junk: dealer-fire it to a charity or collection
elsewhere will be arranged but
I take it yourself to the nearest collection point-or
; fcncy-
it to very doubtful If It will be!
, possible. : I II consult the Local Salvage Committee...If you Bv on farm N.ded
I Thar ha ,been some confua-' and have found no mean of disposing of your Junk get In 'f sr ma bota Awea

I touch.with the County War Board or your farm Implement qua ': itt.W, fa IOpO'- Piz planes.ft" far Sumn s AN


.Rwlas. ttdoa.l.alt Tlvw YOUR strap fete Ow fight te tiate'whinstfesler. rots wit ;
I iA lie env in R &Q4 aril b yaw a 'r or s..,

Not Sit oft This flltMiMptWAR appsbaed bit Cor.rvd/a1 Gvasise Isar ds 4 R Mt-per

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&%Friday 1' January 15,,'1941" HOMESTEAD. LEADER AND ENTERPRISE 'Pa.IV.e' ; !


son, Richard, of Palmetto, Fie, .wise. ter 5.0.5.. ad a" P.+d.dft 4

f are occupying Dixon' apartments.
I
" I CITY PLUMBING ff L

; In and Around The Rev Thomas Shelton of .111

Lakeland was a eek-end guestof III N. W. ITlk A.. MMa* Tola. 4-64" t-MTt. Al aid Such Cbi.4 i

Mr. and Mn. W. J. Brooks owes.

I BaMor of argue T..... I......... c...... and ......... Raarlallaia U Repair '

Jr.Homestead Mn. Anne Porterneld of Miami Dark at Uw Cart Celt (or BoHaialooModonlr

was a Sunday guest of Mrs. W. iMtlnoiaH ia..lmn> for I formable lint,, la the aaawaunltjr with .f
F. A. Robertson. form' sad otdMrihui kumhnm .....- .wad ..masse r.

: Mrs Virginia Waltcn underwent and ... lni la a Im way Mw miinlila tarowttartoblo nil ...... .ak mist maim for _
son
daughter-in-law
Mr. and Miss ..
Genivleve ClIne brims aod ioa oaliaco Uwbfad ..
Wured prdhIs bshMlne--es l el. aord gut bed
.,I an operation Tuesday at the Mn Walter Weiss her face in a tall Saturday. In Uw ........, ..,... wit Urd*until the tawa ....,_ Ita ...wWafto ,
Kendall hospital. union regulated hr Hit CWe PhwMaoOk. I fie that ....IOt, human ths,

|' Mn B. De Micro and little: Jeredean Tamblyn 1s ill at her Miami bend.f pas have plumbing .........._
)Ir. and Mrs H. Peters of West daughter, Lucille, and Mn home. Ol durable narrMo _._.... do. tbeer ...... MW 400a.tems aro
Palm Beach are occupying the Elaine Wiley of Bridgeport Conn., slowed and ...._.... fur aorfort tM.Uanlns .I,boat Uft Uw ._hribu ready fW I..d& k
'
H. Collier cottage. Mr. Peters )>have arrived to spend the winter I Grady Mills Is ill this week. for firm. them mi Mptfc vtfiwAna tanks hems Were the UN
superintendent of the water plantat hers.Mn. Th.* an maspJnt.rwtlng .10_ be
which and
service plumbtaia
the Homestead army air base. ooworaaaqrotoau ,.. .. I the <.viki>.ml o* h.tor health. MM
prwrldo fee Hit eItJo. hkvllt
N. B. Ball severely sprained J! hi, tHor ...... the Wool ..crease i sanitary and mnrorUbl _dll....., foeoonnnlHiiw ,
her ankle last week. /4 PJmiisKAPPDANCE: yotoat fur homes away from tlty oporalrnl -, Irapovlbh wltMM a sides '
Mist Alta Webster returnee .._... dlipiial HIM*. ewtrwn jwtem of tniM kind, and wltk
Wednesday to Agnes Scott College Physicians, military and hoollhUwritlM be- the stele bate built or Installed br W
where she li Instructor In Mr. and Mn. Norman Pounds STUDIO recommend ,..... sprig tank Clio PlunhtiHI Oh *l Miami llMM mfurahlml
la lira of the ........-
physical education. Miss Webster of Palatka spent Tuesday wit .,.._ hlthlir TM ooaMao the _I.. of" i

pent four weeks here with[: Mr. and Mn. Adrian Jacobs: irl .. K. M awe III.... T4 I4.M of ..-.>n chemistry and ..wliia rla.. tem.They ,
Thor antwor tho owed of the times and willMir plea inn full Intuits.
her mother! tin. J. H. Webster Foalarin. If nail..aplaini.s Uv sad { ,
Sail n'N AN A... are reasonable in prk*. the urn MM
Ballet 1'... ..... Acrobatic aM Rhythm With a -.... .r.ura. such u DIM reasonable prin i>( .iM..tlni and k.!MInt "
Miss Virginia Haas returned FLORIDA CITY Tiackl. Uv Talllo tataa.Danrli I septic larks will ,....... bathrooms artpaoolblo or they will apprarlnte" a vtilt at
Saturday from Fort Lruderdale and othor touv .....* of the their' headquarters arms la Uta-J. CMMI
where he had spent a week with By Warrens Serry *. the njorabl art and ...10". ......... _.. which pn Mo for' ooai. &J or t7l NOW.. _..._ :,
Ulamont of young and old. kIK accorded
Air and Mrs.
Barney Bishop. full duo la
Miss Helen Schroeder was a M aught u..l'b end amipclaiooo Kapp!I WANT,ADS PAY READ THE WANT-ADS

Mr. and Mil Howard MUll of I week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs.J. Caan Studio la MlomlOp I

Key West and their Infant son, L. Arnold of Redland. ,taaHloo errs kxUf to voting pea-
Howard, Jr. spent the week-end Bio. for happy end remunerative work S

with Mr. Mills' parent, Mr. and Miss Milford Severy to recuperating tatourk du.step .... dntkooo4 kr tko '
arttollo twining .
Mrs. Paul' Mills. of Naranja at the Kendall hospital -'"... awthoiai o(allabl this* .through"'". whoatMuania -I Pass the AmmunitionPraise I

I Include hlldm end adulto.Clan I
Mrs. Earl Byrd has returned Mr. and Mn. W. P. Bead of or lndlrMual boooM are tin ao.rordlne I II. I
from Clearwater where she attended Bamford who arrived last week' to roar own ....... Ballraoiaaonda the Lord. o So go through the basement
the funeral of her uncle are occupying the Arbogast .. ono at law popular des. for And get your scrap a-scrappla'; And go through the attic.
Poseur people aW aaulta, sad B>..... ,... '
Floyd Wallace' tage on the Overseas cot-I and Cttaraetor, for yams taldroa and Praise the Lord, Get every piece of scrap letsFor
I IBorn. youthful trwwn-up. Young "to and any thing can happen; can see.Oh .
J. E. Gauzens spent several' Praise the Lord oh
Louis Caron of New Orleans woawa who have tko fear of Wins mil -
day this week In Miami with Mr fUnrora, awmmo this complex tarourtaarUi And get your scrap a-icrappln' Praise the Lord.

and Mr*. J. Z. Gauzens, Jr. and who Is he returning'. to in Honduraswhere businesswas .. -.. ao ...b. aora.. aid And we'll all be free. And get your scrap a-ecrapplnf;
with Mr. and Mrs C. A. Cauzena. I engaged knowing how to dais. rlom them toadtaatan Praise the Lord don't let them
a recent visitor of his nephew la
any sad maorla To
Praise tre Lord, the iron and catch you nappin;
and niece Mr. and Mn. W W. den, own la a roqulilu of this mo..... \
Mr. and Mn W. K. Haas will Severy. aw. Da....... however l> OM of UM steel K needed; Praise the Lord, and get your t
entertain at dinner Sunday Ger- mMr. eldest of irto. It ...voloao. POW and fn.oaalltip Praise the Lord and let the scrap a-ecrappin' \
ald Hlwell of Detroit and Wm. subdues akrMoo end mnlnllOM call be heeded; For VI -to-lT. (
and Mn H. Balm and Mn
Shehan of Flannlgan, Ill. who and It ..... far aoafUoaoo and Praise the Lord the Iron and
are now stationed with the signal J. Zeller of Guttenburg, N. J, uroaon la ....'. orlf. The m.aey and 1t.ee11. needed -Fred G. Jackson In Cleveland f
arrived Tuesday at their home on thno Sprat la leaning I* ..... vraoo.
at the Homestead airbase. From and Plain Dealer
corps army you me.
Broadway. Before arriving her fusty and aorroctlr an tutu apont arnloo.TW .
.
they-visited Mn. Krammerer of training' will put ran al aw la U
Miami. any eomponr aadrr Uw meet trying r*. I
Mn. Rosa Jones returned yesterday -I anlronmiM There hi .. Whorl In this
WOLFE AUTO WRECKING CO.
to her home In Daytona ana hotter equipped time the PkHIU.
attar visiting her son-in-law anti Mr. and Mrs. Frlti Schroederand Kapp 1>0... Btudta to back die art of I
F. O. BOX 796
son Glenn, were week-end daaelni.Pkllllo.
daughter Mr. and Mrs. E. B. guests( of Mr. and Mrs. E A. Kapp, tho popular and .an. Directly Went of Seminole Trading Peat
::
Blackburn. 00 Chose of Miami. able dlmeior lo a descry of .. well I 8. Krame Ave- -florida City U.t HOSM*! **. "..
I known throughout the ...... enroll In I
Clarence Williams of Homestead ono of her clans. Ultra lo danoo ....
Mr. and Mn. R. H. Wilson of .1
ho ,
happr Ad.
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High School senior class, '
Rawley N. C. Mr and Mn. K.
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son of Mr and Mrs. J. F. Williams -
W. Branford of West Palm Beach
Is recuperating from a and Mr. and Mn. V. Basal and
slight concussion received In.-a

fall Friday. I
Not everybody with a dollar

Mn. Bert Andrews Is employedat
the Homestead army air base. t i l&ralfbl-llal everybody can -,
hoot straight to the bank and
bay War ..
Mr. and Mrs. A. Weiss of Sad- Honda. Boy your' ,
I 11%
dle River, N. J. are visiting their every fay day. ta 1t



DOUBLY SAFE!


( i ,. Drive carefully, of course Wn tdl11011r, ;

LF But carry protective Auto Insurance V J

,, -certainly! There are -. -- .

forms-and amounts!-of Auto

Insurance evenly suited to

your needs, and purse We will

explain-free>y. Feel, free to

ask us to!


EDWARD STILINGIALTOI "

Asset for A....... Alllumlaoaraw
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Phone Ml-J Florida City FU.KH. of


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1 .. .A: LOANS. V J l lfEur.

'UPAIB THE: LAST wAYarranged
r for Home '
Lrt us tell you bowe ftbuilding -
't
mane vour Improve ont
f
the ABC Monthly Payment
vow ffnfDsjrmo'waa t Asaorke/k war Industry,. fob and wsllverint electrte tower ..
Plan. f iate professional for soldier with little is pouring out puma tanks and In _rcMtltRleal \
politics-and little guns-eaosttas-preduettosi goals
Stop home depredation now love for the upstart par. that ....... fanta.tle at drat And back of tt all. of= \
)lianvor, whom he la the American way of I
while quality Building Materials awcept aa chs.011W.etler. Back: of till fast-trowtnc' work_whara free Bam are eeowngvd .. >'\

are still. available.JRHIE Aftertha Military power la Itetrn power to Invent. Inraat. produce
Ust war.the shrewd -far more power than Hitler and (..ry Wv bsnerlta.
Q old fnusian put kIa finger on and all his henchman have-. j.:1
ems prime reason for Gar. turning the machines that torn
'. :nanp's.Xoati "AiiKriea'abrii. oat everythiaej from bullets to
lawt ww raduetry had entered battltehipa,
LUMBER CO. INC. W
.1ti1e s e a Mk .
t and.lrtood war, Bektad die great e(fkUl

Umber 1IarI.......daaC .... :TeelsPBONI Now ."..., Is rtsartay ti. Oftr aieo voder are tke azparMnead aUctrie eon bo*.

; t ttiOStSYEAD.1LOtmA ow/"U ad iabwy',ea.n..rt(' Saw ...._r- -r 'ulDCtMIr

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I Moons Social Events in South Dade . . 1 1II'





:MISS ALTA LUCILE VANN BECOMES: BRIDEOF MRS. BEHRENS: INSTALLED ORANGE BOWL QUEEN AND SONG WRITER
O. E. S. WORTHY MATRON
LT. MILLARD J. GADDIS OF AIR CORPS Mrs. Charles Behrens was Installed -I ATTEND PARTY AT HOMESTEAD AIR BASE. ; .

wonhy matron of Naranja

Mill Alta Lucile Vann. popu- feet and she carried a nosegay Chapter of the O. E. S. on Jan. 7
and Arthur Davis Miss Eileen Knapp, Orange officer of the squadron.Miss .
lar Homestead girl, became the of pink roses, sweet peas and was Installed I
bride of U Millard J. Caddis of tuberoses. worthy patron. Others installed Bowl queen, and'Capt R M Crawl Carolyn; Cullereath of

Morrison Field In Fort Pierce "Mrs Vann, mother of the were: associate matron, Mrs. Olin'l ford, writer of the Army Air Miami, chosen as queen of the
Edwards; conductress, Mrs. Walter dance selected U the most hand-
Friday evening at 8 o'clock. bride was costumed In a pink I Corps song, were present at the
Following it the account of the crepe frock and Mrs." W. L. Cooper Peterson; associate conduc-; some man In the squadron PvtO
Mrs.. W. W. Bethea dance given Friday night at the W. Edwards who received
; aecretal'"lMra. asa
wedding at reported by the Fort wore a dress of navy triple I
Pierce press sheer. Both had shoulder! cor- S.ayers; treasurer Mrs. Tom Homestead army air base by prize a 24-hour pass with all

'One of the season's most attractive sages of white roses and tube- Chapman; warder, Mrs. C. W. Capt. J. B Fathers and former expenses' paid at a popuar: night
weddings took place here roses. Draggers; and star points, Miss Pan American men for members club.

last week when Mill Alta Lucile "Following the ceremony an Lois Behrens, Mrs. L. H. Greer 1 of the 54th Ferrying Squadron, of Arrangements the gala eve

Vann daughter of Mr. and Mra Informal reception was held. For Mrs. R. A. Scott Mrs. Oda Vach- which the old PAAF boys are pint at the air base were made

J. Tom Vann of Homestead became this there was a tiered bridal ry; and Mrs. Robert Bell. now members. by Sift A E. Spears and R B.

the bride of Lt. Millard J. cake which was served by Miss The Installing officers were Miss Knapp was escorted by, Brown. Sgt. Albert Feldman acted -
Caddii of Morrison Field West Esther Hart. Mrs. Walter Bell Mrs. Nancve Rickard, Miss Esther Maj. C. B. Gould, commanding M master of ceremonies.

Palm Beach in a candlelight ceremony pres'ded'! at the punch bowl. Livingston, Mrs. Chapman and I 1

that took place in the "Later Lt. and Mrs. Caddis left Mrs. W O. Talbott. NEW AND ASSOCIATE MEMBERS ACCEPTED

home of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. for West Palm Beach where they 'I
Cooper on Avenue C. The Rev. will make their home for the FOUR GENERATIONSARE INTO MONDAY MUSIC CLUB AT MEETING

Edgar R Cooper of DeLand per- time being. For traveling, Mrs PRESENT AT PARTY

formed the ceremony and Mrs. T Caddis chose a smartly tailored Four generations of the family I New members accepted Into the School of Muslr", and Mrs. AM'

R. Kerr and W. L. Cooper were' maroon wool frock that was trim- were represented Wednesday afternoon Monday Music Club at this week's Logan gave current..,.nta. MrBevo *...

attendants. med In matching colored .velvet when Brian Wynn observed meeting at the home of Mrs. J. Webb and -Mrs Howard-"
Pink and white gladioli were I' and had black accessories. his seventh birthday anniversary piano
H. Webster were Mrs. Ivaa:Moser Johnson played solos:A plcano'
used In profusion about the rooms "Mrs. Caddis was graduatedfrom at a party at the homeof I and Mrs .Gordon Ivey ,Mrs.C duet .was presented by Mrs.J. .-.
and the fireplace was banked Homestead High School and hlf parents Mr. and Mrs. Augustus -' I Chipley, Mri. H L. .JJIchoU D Redd and Mrs..W'B. 'Mills:' .
with fern und palms to form an received her degree. from Fonda Wynn. They were: his and Mrs John Whichard were A 'chicken saladcourse- and

improvised altar. Lighted tapers State College for Women In 1139 great-grandmother Mrs. A. D.?:made associate members. , Iced .tea were, served by the .hostesses .
shed a mellow glow over the For the past year she has residedin Hardin; his grandmother, Mrs. Mr Mrs.-
J'I I The program theme was Russlan ; Lloyd Dieted
nuptial scene this city. holding I the positionas I G. Wynn; his mother; and music. Miss Bertha Nil Herman Marks Mn 'Casl' Wag. ,
"The bride was lovely In an assistant area supervisor of I himself.
Hausman ipokj on "The RussiantPINCOPAL ner and Mrs. Sam.J Davis.
entrained gown of mousseline de feeding program, WPA. Lt. Gadl Games ward played! and Max- -
sole thaI was lace trimmed. Her die Is the son of Mr. and Ine Walker and Charles Berneck-
veil of Imported lace and net M. F Caddis of Quitman, Ga.Mra'i er won the prizes In the peanut AUXILIARY man Mrs. Frank Hausman, Mrs.
APPOINTS NEW CHAIRMEN : Henry Brooker, Jr.,' Mrs. Lee
hung from a coronet of seed attended the University of hunt. A white-Iced cake decorated -
Mrs M. F. White named Lehman, Mrs. G. J. Roman, Mrs.
pearls I and she carried a shower gia and Georgia Tech and at with pink rosebuds and Inscription was I
altar chairman for the at, John Julian, Mrs. Wm. Smythe,
year
bouquet 1 t white gardenias, present is engineer officer in the I wds served with punchat
the Mrs. A. H. Singleton, Mrs. J. A.
the of
meeting Friday Episcopal
'Mrs Kerr's formal frock was l Army Air Corps at Morrison the long gaily; decorated tabli
I Auxiliary I at the Hooks Mrs. Haas, Mrs. White
of taffeta made ef- Field.
rune basque I Small guests were: Janet Scar e/I
__ __ _ Mrs. Howard Schatf. Mrs. and Mrs. Schaff.
borough, Jean Dendy, Maxine
K. Has was re-appointed as publicity The next meeting of the group
: l\IE'DE\IONSTRATION Walker, Margaret Jones, Elaine
n : WORK RECOGNIZED
chairman. will be held Feb. S.at the homeof
I Bernecker.. Margaret Bellinger
AS WAR AID ; CANNING REPORT IS GIVEN Donnie Willams, Olin Wright, Routine business was discussed Mrs. Brooker. ,
Richard Danzey Lawrence Jones and Dr. A. L, Burgreen talkedon '
and Charles plans for church activities The Rev A. M. Vivien of Red-
The contrIbution of home dem- en in the local club canned 7,839 Bernecker Present the land celebrated his eighty-third
also Mrs. during new ;year.
were Burley Dendy
onstration work to the war effort quarts \egetabes ,1819
,
quarts and Tuesday The Rev. and
Cake orange juice were birthday
Mrs. F. B. Green and Mrs. Olin
has been recognized by the rationing of fruit, 1,148 quarts of preserves served. Mrs. Geo. E. Deuel were Invitedby
board in permitting 1116 quarts of fruit Wright and Vivien to share
........ ..... ... Present were Dr. and Mrs. A. Mr. Mrs.
workers (ID use their cars to attend juice. 1,118 quarts of pickles and -"-- L. Burgreen, Mrs. Ralph King- the birthday dinner.DIXIE .
i iih meetings, Mrs. Carl relish 1,317 glasses of jelly; 19 The Calendar

:Anderson president of the Homestead quarts of meats, fish and chicken ---...-....-..--,..-

,II'iup, said yesterday.In and 12 pints of mince meat. Jan. 19-Meeting of Woman's 1-

line with the government The next meeting of the clubIs Club of the Redlands THe
program of food conservation set for Jan. 22, when Miss I I
Jan. 20-Meeting of Homestead
the club Is stressing canning of I Eunice Grady will give Instruc-
P.T.A.
food Mrs Anderson said. tion In etching glassware which Jack DRUG
Thill I Jan. 22--Meeting of Homestead Jehn.on
past year approximately 30 members will bring with them. Polk .
nome Demonstration Club.

MUSIO LIB TO CUE I clubs were Mrs. Anderson and Jan. 22-Social meeting of the Phones 3D and 1101

PROGRAM FOR P. T. A. I I Mri. J. C. Luke of Homestead,I Woman's Club of the Redlands

The Monday Music Club will'Mrs. R. L. Scott and Mrs. R. L. Feb. 1-Meeting of Garden

present the program at the meeting Hobson of FVlnoeton and Mrs. Cub at home oiJMrt. :: ,,. Ernest B. 1 1Francl'
of the Homestead Parent- Dane and Mrs. Rotherham of t j. APO

Teacher Association at 3:30 p. m. Redland. Feb. 1-Meeting v ot..1I0meateadB

Wednesday P. W. C. at home of'Mrs. B.

The executive board will meet Mrs. Jus. E. Elder entertained I A. Tlbblts. SUPER-FATTED

at 2:30.LOCAL. at dinner Sunday Mr, and Mrs. Feb. S-Meeting of Neighbor- SKIN Your Recipe for BeautyCare.
FOR DRY this
to equal
Joe A. Elder of Chapman Field hood Club with Mrs. FrederickR. value Try! Choose from
CLl'BHOMCV: HEAD and their daughter no uality-for those
Margaret Weber. cleansing, cold, finishing
'+
DADE COUNCIL PROJECTS 1 Ann, and Mr and Mrs. John L Feb. Meeting of Episcopal with skins. !: Ora kin cream.
Mrs. Carl Anderson was named Murray of Princeton and their Auxiliary with Mrs. Henry 3 a.l.e 1s is Air t
canning chairman and Mrs. Walter daughter Ruth.Because' .
,
Brooker. Jr. 3 39a99lim a
Peterson garden, fruit and 90
I
the Dade tom ,
lawns chairman of )
l County Senior Home Demonstration -' of the gas shortagethe >Ossai saewrcr a Mai;
j University Club will not meet AoBemoemeBt
Council at the first
this month.
quarterly meeting held recentlyIn DR. R. S. SPICKARD .
Miami at the home of Mrs.' fit+tlA3 C'
The Cleaners' clsss of the First t
Seymour; Dane, past president of ,and
PADS
the council 1 1I Baptist Church will meet Thursday -
Awards for outstanding work at S:30 at the home of Mri. DR. C. C. RAY FACIAL7 Give your skin protection .
I k 4b W. F. Beam, 21S N. W. Third ave. from roughening effects
were won by Mrs. Peterson of the The eon of told and wind. Soft,
aseecUled with moway
: Princeton club, whose secretary, Mrs. Roberta Beam and Mrs. S. re new to pleasant.
L. West will be the hostesses cl ean and refresh
books 'placed second In the county -
t i akin. Used
our
t and by Mrs. J. H. Brannon of DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST by most 9 0 9 Oeverywhere.
the Redand organisation who won women

f second. pace In home *Improvement -I k Ire 1YAKT J 69-- asarr t of a- .

Bosnia te I
Office a. n. P. as
Representing Redan DI.trlct.

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HIT aW. Sill at, Miami TL t.ISM.feaaty .
[TROUT
A 'a.M. Kmanater. Prop I --
,
Colleen ......
Auto
FOR RENT ((8 INCH by 4 Inch Barnes irrigate

RDEN7Starting One.lie al th* amt Typo rte) j Ing pump. 1,000 gal pee min.

Iurtar the NST MILrfART a* BRUSH SMALL house, pertly furnished ute. Direct connected to 4 cyV
.FLfrr PERMANENT WAYI 04 UCoot. .. Le Rol engine. Brooks Inc
NW. Ave ,-Adam Ennli I
Pboa far AoMiotavwt Aavta
Phone 78-It (d 11-111,11
(pHS
Panicles .
Seeds in Sand I k ,
Then an away beanie akoa* bet DMfuporloritf (ROOMS and"apartment*.. Reason-. LOST
'
., aa otUalMaiwit of "a<< .able rates hot
1 water and ahow.
Is New and SaferMethod salon la Judged from the atMdpolat W I
experience and equipment is oanr m Hwvarloua era, Palma Hotel, Florida City. Q GAS ration book No, 542.131.

kraMkai of UouUr ........, (Ivlnekoroutk ,(dll.j29)FOR Finder pease: return to Frank
and reliable ........ I Collins; P. O. Box S7T 'or to

DRAINAGE HOLES HELEN or HOLLYWOOD la MlaailM SALE Camp Red:and, Homestead Fla.pjal3'.
o 1 TO ADMIT WATER ? .M of UK brat beauty ....... la th i (
tINt bOTTOM city, whom the atarktot ........oi okaauly > !
a .w WITHC1 H Mltura aro hat...... WMk. ...., I BABY CHICKS. Heavy mixed
4 w bURLA me more than ale system eI partner,\ $885 hundred. Light mixed WANTEDBUGGY
''Ili I sent waving III ....., Ie sire the tiMUim.r $385 hundred, COD. Nichols I ___ __
.
FROM FILTERINGI the type of ware which. bar hair 4o, I Hatchery, Kingston, Georgia j light! wagon or cart any
SHALLOW BOX. A&OUT THROUGH HOLES ........ they. also. feature the NEW and I (J1V 22) i I condition. Phone 528-J-l, Fon-
2VT03' DEEPPREFERABLY FILL WITH MODERN Mlllunr or Brash Fluff Pen I
SAND tin { talne Silver Palm dr east ot
OF NEW Ptrmaaeat at low MMU '
SMALL SEEDS MAY K CIRCULATING kerosene heaterfor 1, Naranja rd. (J8tf)
and bomb butpawns
MATERIAL. The Hair to Rot loft dry
SOWN ON SURFACE sale. 1-burner cabinet style, 1--- - - -
aa attractive thrn One may b<
mil draaMd. 'uIr her hair books mho top removable for light cookIng -I( CAPABLE ratable woman for
Ion and h wrldtim of Hula or no par. Excellent condition house work Pets Tourist
her entire apiMaraar .auffcra drtrartlonIvory Phone 504-J before 8:30: a. $15'1 I Home 302 S. Krome (Jell)
woman, regardless of how lining after 030: p.m. (
her budget may br, should rajmnlio nrood FAT hens J. R Bevls, near Left's
beauty shop like this ant at Infer WHY PAY RENT store (dlltf)
.ala. The dry tomprratur of our komrr.
the dirt and '..1... everywhere about noVnandi Buy a 10-acre mixed grove home I I
'
TO trade 37 ', ton delivery ,
the mad by n.'. family and garage, tool and pump house ae
WHEN SEEDS else. h) metal and business obllialkiunart 1 Good water fine for chickens. dan for l.ton stake body truck.J. .

COVER ARE SOWN.WITH = r a toll which ran ha -'i off by':' attractive location and grounds i'I' R. Bevls, near Left's store
food. beauty shop wnlco. going, 1 (dietf)
'AND DARK OF CUM -e II 10 a shop lit. this ana when ....... ,.j Bargain cash and terms Owner'' __, __ _
Route 1 Box Silver I
470 Palm
rthrr with :
PAPER UNTILGERMINATION. excellent, prism r >n.kUlo (TUTORING WANTED hint
ranllncM and eherfulterm, pnma nail dr., Redland. Fla. Illness (pHS |
I i, school and grade school subject
... . II
nlc.HIM
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Helen X_....". the head of this ONE Caterpillar 15" tractor new Mrs. H J. Armstrong, A. Its
WATER
; ))1fl. cEED TRIY OF
IN
j ."...tlJJ4Iil_ "'''' AINT 1OX AT EN LEVEL, SLIGHTLY hop, and her .....ta.t. Colleen Rohm. tracks. Brooks Inc., Phone 78.It. ,'I Plummer drive oral Country;
" BELOW TOP OF SAND. IN FULL SUN. are nprrta In their profession and well'known dll-tf) ', Club road.REPAIRS. .
to the ladtoa of this ..ortlo. TVy : --- -
Invite all ouUof.......- wanes to phone .' ''''
A method of growing seedlingiin shallow tray of water, 10 that the 1-YEAR-OLD sentient buck entitled nrr'UES'
Miami S I MO AND
rail
sand which is kept saturated has water comes to within half an Inch. far appointments. Just to registration Sam J i
been developed by experimenters of the sand surface Be sure the and the time most. convenient. for you Davis, Rt. 1, Box 279. Homestead -' for Typewriters, Adding whines
with sollleis plant culture Including sand absorbs the water. Place the will h* airanpd Adv.LEGAL and Cash Registers
United States Department of whole array in a sunny window Phone 982-J3_. < Agriculture workers. Amateurs and keep the und covered with the NOTICES I BOB F4IX1O\NT
who-have sunny windows In a warm flail and paper until the seeds I Box 706U, Rt. S. :Miami Ha.
room may And it easier than the sprout, then remove paper and NOTI1R OF APPLICATION ,I \ ,. t. IWIWIWIE
more orthodox method of u.InlIat glass to admit air and sunlight FOR Kite TAX IIMrta DUO 10% OF INCOME
boxes filled with potting soiL The seedlings may be exposed to Moth to bmay sin that, **. J, I
The saturated sand method calls direct sunlight without Injury. so H.wklM. holder .. a il n.o f CNy of
tar flats' shallow boxes-or long as the water level is maintained Miami the Sot dal I of"June A."":D:t d ItSIIM 0, ''pan." which are shallow flower constant They should grow mid Ortlflral 'In my offl.. and I S. L. Kendrick :
:pots. Since they are to stand In sturdily without damping-oil and h. made applieatlo., for taw dWd to Issue '
water boxes should be tight at the other troubles which often affect thereon III accordant with law EaU IN WAR BONDS

Joints and preferably held together those grown in soil. jcrlh.4 Cortiricato,......rt nnbraco,. situated the In fnllnrino Dude County do., I JISTICC OF TilE
'oy a wire encircling theDDrainage sides .of It will not be necessary to feed I lorlda '.....11. ,
fie box and tightened.. the seedlings ,for several weeks. i Lot U, Block It; O' rbroo* Park
Plat Book I, Put 104. In the CHly at 1 II PEACENOTARY <
holes are more necessary When they arrive at a size that YOI&think Miami,. County of Daife sate of
than with soil, this time to let I calls for extra nourishment 'lo.lda. I
:water In rather than out. Flats or prepare a nutrient solution, or liquid The assessment of Mid property undue woo .ee0 sowN PUBLIC
pans must be clean-brush off old fertilizer which may be made the certificate. Issued Mid WM Certificate In the ntm Mil ofJnknown gttaOSMadaKABlUa1M1NTf
soil. The sand must be clean of toil from a balanced plant food using be ndwmrd Unless according. to law. ton deed I 1
and other foreign matter. Wash I one quarter the strength recommended will ten themes o.. tile I Ola dar l 1I Odd Fellows Blilr.
sand thoroughly. To keep sand' for mature plants. To apply chraaiy A. D IMS I N. W. lit St. Homestead Fta,
from sifting through the drainage pour oft the water from your 18.1.boat this SIh day of January A. D. a.
holes cover the bottom with clean tray and replace it with your nutri- F, R IFATHFRNAN 4 I
burlap. ent solution After a few days drain Clerk of Circuit C, oft': 1 1 1l

Till the flat or pan with the clean I oil the nutrient solution and replace ... Court 8e.l Dad County FfcrWault ,
sand to within half an Inch wof the jrtth water. The water level should '" Ih M, JOHNSON, D. cUan
top, level the sand, then your I be a little higher than that of the S. II 22. l. F.b. S. Kill :
seed as in any seed box. Very fine nutrient solution.Seedling I ,
seeds ma .t on the I' plants started In this
surface; larger: : seeds should be manner may be transplanted to I BOYS

sown In rows and carefully covered other boxes, with more space, or j 1
Cover the flat or pan: with a paneof grown to considerable size by following EXPERTBARBERING ,
glass and a paper blanket which the same method; or they
will exclude light. may be moved directly to the gar MilT AILS lOL'T
Now plan the pan or flat in a den. Dare It I trtmmJout MOd for a (]nn,
It you feel constantly out-O-// .
holes' .
and
n tducinnnil )rtcnttnilnmf
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_._, scrta and It others are beginning I
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bo .
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nubliciiinn.
-TIm"" ,,,,,,, I
to notice and remark on It.I 7haYahiforloyr.deBarScours
ANNIE.DIAYHEW FITZPATRICK Haircut ._ Sfc
come to Chiropractic What you II al America has nub.Miri .
Redland Road between Avocado and Biscayne: Drives Shave '.. .__ 25c need la an Adjustment. And only BOYS' LIFE. i

Pianoforte and Theory Shampoo (Haln)_.__....:.. aGe< Chlroprat::: meets that need. So I It's tilt nar.ane you

Violin Shampoo (:Medicated__ 7S nany who have benefited by pill! be filled to

,,, .. Xylophone. ., . ., .. .Piano-Accordlan. __ ___ tS Chiropractic::: Adjustments, testify! .i.t your 10ft 'i
nmuunm' 'nerrou'u": ' """'"''. r'"" "" .I' '" .'" ,. t ,. .' .".", "" ,, 'I " 1" ' Singe ___ v.friend .
to its bodily aid Cornel! !
---.--- Facial .. __ .______ ate ',
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Facial Pack ____ 7Se HOURS -
Combination Facial- "'JO to U; 11. 6 I

Tonic _.__.. ._____ !Sf Evenings'oy Appointment

TURNERS FUNERAL Mustache Trim ___, __,_ lie I

Dr.[ R. J. Elliott

BUSH'S CHIXOrXACTOKMcCwry i

H2iour'Ambulance *oil U IIIJ'JI/J J'um
Arcade S".h"enlonuIOYI'

Service Barber Shop none 261WHOMESTEAD. Ism No.S rW an,*rr YorkOrMrcwnniniirrolfictMlnr

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, Phone 270 Homestead; Fla: Tine World's- Newt Seen Through

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11> tf THE QisisruK; tainct PVIUIHINO Boners .. ,
-. I JUNGLE ato Nwwy 81.5.1. button., Mnwbm.r.Y '
; y :JPIt.O.H.: "DENBYOsieopathic TawAtwl-CuMrinlli'i' -lU..Wind-Fix fraaa S.euL'.,.- '
fit.-bdwrfair. As. Timdy-.a4 le. +iyP.n
41 '" .. HLY ,, T.so&W whit w Weekly= Semis., :. .
;: 1 4.; ,"Physician' 'I MONKIYOUNOLC aVe Ha...f ell Mad Newspaper for .. HM -J

Pries 1'12.00 Ye.Ay .* 'l.00 a Motuk.SwMitfJafif .
, f Ike: ,.,. MTMCUJ.i IiwWvV isolating MI0UMM fj-tfrftm 92.M.ti YM.VCHRISTIAN 'k ,
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Pair Efrtt HOMESTEAD LF DER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, January 15 1943 ,
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'Mr. and Mn. T. Orfanedes who Criticism that Bahaman competition -,'negroes will be sheltered in the negroes on farts from Florida
PALMER
NAMES I I have given work, advice and shelf,! with domestic labor would FSA mobile units and in growers' City north to Boynton, he said '
I materials; F. W. Wallace, D. O. have an adverse effect on wages,1 I quarters. I II
TEN MINISTERS Davis, Frank Marsh and Wm. H. voiced Wednesday by the five I I According to figures releasedby MARKET
Krome who have donated carpen- spokesmen for organized labor Allison T. French of West

TO COMMITTEES ;ter work; A. Plchard who gave group who were on the board I Palm Beach, U. -3. E. S. flelj (Continued: from Page One)
I paint and helped with the paint was countered by Congressman',supervisor, a total of 1,337 white, mlttes ere Wm. Musselwhite
ing; J. B. Hardy and Fred Fuchs,(Cannon whom Washington dispatches and negro workers have beta requited Preston B. Bird, Otto Besnetker
Jr., who helped with painting; quote as saying that the to AH 10 contracts between Chas. H. Steflani W. F. There '
The following 'committees for,, Jo. McCready who did repair "hearing went off satisfactorily."]I Florida farmers and FSA. klldson L. It. Becker, J.F, Roh- '
the new year were appointed byl I work; Adrian Jacobs who la lending Chandler, who la expected. tft The 228 whites are employed to rer M. E. Sever, but Haley, andJ.
the Rev. O. Sew'ell Palmer, president -'!, a desk; Frank Skill who gave,return from Washington tomor- the Pahokee area, and the 1,108 D. Redd.
of the Redland District Mln-|i| paint for walli; Gordon Ivejr and, row, spoke at length before the
istpri'\ Association, at a recent!Olin Wright who did the wiring; committee on the South Florida Moot see Loaf Wop.-O. Nary Mooom. CM rm M Way ,'
meeting In the First Baptist 11. T. Tomerlin who moved furniture -I farm situation. He estimated that
Church: I; ; and Mrs. Frank Morris and' crops are off from 30 to 60 percent VITA-RAY CLINIC
Evangelism, Dr. J. E. Johnatonel Mn. Green Rivet who made cash;I I depending upon the comImodity : \.1
and the Rev. C. F. Crauiweil.i: ;I I; donation. I I and predicted more drastic III kVrWM Bli-. IS N. B. 11 MlwL T.I. t-TITt Virginia Ck..lmv Mnetor.Rr .
The importance of .Wllilnr Toatk B..>IT Mi r -ror Trimmer HIS
Increasingthe cuts if adequate labor Is not oro> a. Phase tko VITSAT
publicity, the Rev. M. E. Men!
surgical dressing work, which: SPOT REDUCING SYSTEM I> UM ...... war to Htoltk, Vitality Mi General ...'
and Rtr. Palmer; civic affairs,'it atU carried in the at: assured. ....._ OPPWOOCa. Exclusively fW UalfO,
the Rev R H Spear and the Rev. on rooms I Twelve, FSA applications for
Rev. Geo. E. Deuel; program, the the old Redland Citrus Growers'Awoclatlon farm workers have been signed f I-. woman If bore with tM urge toto IUfer>i''o to thob service fc you fat
was stressed by Mrs. S.l I .-'... Ion attain the tool eat- UM asking.
Rev. Marvin T. and the this Bird
Murphy ; week, said W. R. U.
Tlbblta who expressed her appre- .rally, but NMI WOOM mini work for I mans of tilt leading pknlelaM. and
Rev. R. E. Hastings E. S. representative, who reported i 1
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ciation for the cooperationshown It. Tka V1TA.RAT SPOT Reducing Br. kultk authority m Aaurloa suggest the,
Dr. A. L. Burgreen memberlhlP'1 yesterday that local requests for tea U the potter war la Lieu,, control I comet sere to to a trim inn for {bo
Lewis MInter. by the workeri. 350 workers were yet to be filled. and ultimate ....... Through this eltn. kwvltr-tkai-aori-ko ,.-. Is kr weaving
The next meeting will be held Groups of white packing house title, kt.lll.ful method any woman In.pnmi and body ooatovr _t-.ta.
Feb. 3 at f:15 In the First koiwlf. Ww issue to lira and I The VITA.RAT CLINIC !., .;scat b
prn. workers and field hands
FARMWAGEContinued negro ._.... pine. a barely figure and MMsUmour |' Individual l. Ita partlcuUr tttmUo to
Baptist Church. are expected to arrive in Miamiby and good sroomlni which reach you la ......" suggested for pour ipooi
rail Sunday he said, for employment from Ikea itulnawnu. I lei ....,'". No ......., no pllli, DO ... ,
( from Page One) In South Dade. The Body contour .mnM k Ux mJl outstanding I, pl MMl dirt. Jaw nival the LAZY.
RED CROSS portation of Bahama field labor white group will be housed in have at this ._.. The Mv 11'AT... slandering. ONLY" wkwo.Mtt.i. .
was expressed yesterday by Congressman the migratory camps and the die It itfhu4 wllk equipment Nan tp.Mratui :. The ems k lot .aiooMl sad ....
Pat Cannon and wkkk hi lot and tea la VM. via I laVrine. die totMaotloai la. looking (MMonrMtiM
Continued from Page One) Luther a rejuvenating room containing MUD notoratloai al ooBfldmao la.vlakt .
pull I L. Chandler who on Wednesday MM for mrkrkl or reclining bathe mtkooUn pre.eeal appowwwk ....._ 01 onuses
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by Teachers' College of Columbia Manpower Commission. The com- UOURQUoTAfor the theory that wom.. ilmM makethna.ls vl.l r.C. _........ the bond 01 I doing,,
University.Those mittee will meet again to draft $ mare lovely seamy HIM past itnaloi sad M capers to tor prohmbs,
co-operating in outfittingthe recommendations for submissionto VICTORY with . n that iwo add ........ and dial. Y'won known I. this m.pm, car w..utgme .
sewing room said Mrs. Tib- faction Inowed of ...., This irrtMi 'eftltvn tktrrfor, to Oman .. go IMWI
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