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 22, 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: VID00578
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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THoMESTEAWTEADER .
I ltediaad. Dl.trbtalso. 1913 :




AND ENTERPRISE .


VoL 33-No. 4 Homestead Florida January 22. 1913 Price 5 Cent

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South Dade's Hani-flitting Protest '








: Brings Release of Farm Materials







I : Defense Families Crowded 1''GROWERS AND PACKERS GET




Out of Farm Labor Center SUFnCIENTFERTTLIZERSAlCRATES


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CROPS INFLUX!f Hospitality to Soldiers in Our Midst : ;, NAILS AND WIRE


.,. Urged by'Miinister in Talk to Club i iI -


I Friendliness and hospitaity toward ,meal treat them a* you would THE WEATHER Allocation by the War Production -
NOW FELT ATCAMPREDLAND the eniit d men in our midst.like to have your ton treated Official wither report ef the I Board early this week of

should be uppermoit in the minds when they are off at camp and Subtropical Experiment. Station. sufficient fertilisers various crate
of resident civilians, the Rev. away from family, friend and the Homestead Florid
Marvin T. Murphy told the Homestead comfort of home life. 0.1 MM' Ml*. 1 liter. I Kali materials and necessary wire and
Rotary Club at Its noon These boy in camp get lonely Jan. '14 .1( (2 4. !12..81| "an. for farm crop was seen a*
meeting In Legion boll. and Jan. 15_ .1 f BO W :129.971
homesick. If the hospitalityand the swift result of the hard-hlttln'
Jan. ia 82 I 62 1I
"Say 'Hello' and give them a friendliness of the right people -
protest against hampering restrictions -
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smile when you see them on our are not extended. the boys
IB_ 82 C2 .02 recently 11IISecretaI"' of
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Housing needs of agriculture ,streets" said Mr. Murphy. "In- are likely to accept that of bad J
Jan. 10 85 68 |130.071| JS Agriculture Claude Wlckard I by
vite" them to home Influence And because
your for aJ tome
workers coming Into the area under -
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soldier or sailor has not conducted South Dade ,growers.
.FSA contract have made It '
himself properly, don't Judge all Enough fertilizer i* assured this
necessary to restrict Camp Red- VETERAN FLIER
service
men accordingly. Youwouldn't '
section for all in the
BOARD EXPLAINSB crops now
i Ind, farm Labor Supply Center want to be classed a* a
i.. exclusively to their use, Manage doubtful character Just becauseson. ground and for those :yet to be
DIES AFTER HIS
1 ., i:. A. Robert announced yesterfufL >n* in .this community had CARD HOLDERS'Commercial planted, USDA,! War Board Chairman
committed crime." Luther L. Chandler Mid Just
*7. Otherlenants, Including da DUSTERCRASH The Rotary Club. wOl cousin NySTATUS.night: : Last week's ,shortage of ,.. .
: fens worker and air base per- I to i hold it* Wednesday:luncheon 1 ATII {;lean*hempen has been relieved

oneH, are being asked to move, I meetings. The club voted to appoint he sald'and a sufficient stock ha
be laid. Harold Lindsay Price, veteranpilot a committee to contact officials - been' guaranteed to take care of
of Delta Air tot the .Redland District and dealers' car the peak of the bean crop expected
Seventy-four worker' came in died In James Archer Lions Club. which has suspended bearing T stickers are not aClowed within the next three week
under FSA contract Satw-d.j: : pital at I p. m. corporatlon'j I its meetings 'on 'account of the, unlimited gasoline but are rationed I There will also be no scarcity of

night from Morristown, Tenn.,:juries received three ban on pleasure driving, and invite -, strictly LIllCa theirneeds'Chairman 1 any crate material for handling
Mr. Roberts said, 21 white and 53! er when his plane crashed Into Lion to avail themselves of E. of the other vegetable crop, he said.
"' colored. The whites are housed '10 light wires on Tallahassee road the Rotary meeting whenever the local rationing board announced In their protest to Wickard the
at the center and the negroesIn near the !Homestead army air their business In Homestead permits yesterday. They are under -, grower, who represent almost o:
the new mobile-camp here and base. attendance.REDLAND. the tame regulations a* holders 2,300 acres a:so complained of Insufficient 1
in growers' labor quarter Others The body was tent Wednesdayby of A, B and C card gasoline allotment for

will arrive at Intervals, he said. Turner Funeral Home to Al- their farm vehicles. Chairman
Th center, until recently knows exandria V*., the home of his COACH 14 Persons Are Bruised 1,'E. A. Carter of the local rationing
a* a migratory farm labor camp mother, Mrs. O. W. Price. When Bus Is Overturned board said yesterday that farmers -
WM built to accommodate seasonal According to official of the IS RECOMMENDEDTO I applying through the county 1
farm workers, ,but due to their company, Mr. Price was an experienced I Fourteen persons were shaken ]gents office for supplementarygas
mail number until the present pilot with a license to up and bruised Tuesday night are being Issued additional !
time the camp was opened to'defense fly "anything that has wings," 'COUNTY POSTD. when e Florida Transportation bus !'coupons. However, according to I
worker and families of and had flown bomber In Eng overturned on Biscayne drive near'ChancTer a check of local distributors I
military persona in early sum- land. He hat been with the company the Homestead army air base. | shows a very real ,a_
mer. These were permitted to for several years and had l Employees of the company said. line shortage with none of them
R. Snyder, director of athletics
rent the cottage under an agreement served It In South America and r that another car forced the I having on hand at any time more
that would at Redland High School for off the road. bust I I than 24-hour supply. .
they mov houses all the southern cotton states.He the _ __ ______ _a ____ _ _. ,,.._ ._ t
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short notice when the had represented his past four years, has been -

were needed for agricultural la- pany Jn Homestead several le..ona. ..1 recommended by T. J. Bleler and
Robinson Named
bor. School Superintedent James T. Dr. C. F. Supervisor II

J I Wilson for*eouf1t,. supervisor of, Of Four South Dade. First Aid Posts .

War Chest To Solicit Rediand District I school athletics and physical education i

Direct\ and Personal I to succeed Mr. Keler who I The appointment of Dr. Carl F.![fronting us Is, strange to say, letdown -
By FollowupBecause
T r hal been made a lieutenant (j g) r Robinson a* supervisor of first/ in moral," said Dr. Robin- .

: in the U. S. N. R. and casualty stations in Division -loon in accepting his new post. !
of transportation dlf- laid 'I I (Continued on Page Four)
GROWERS HIKE No official decision has been I One was announced this ,
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. faculties! direct mall solicitationwith made, Chairman Chas. O. Turnerof week by Chester M. Wright, director -
a personal tolloW-u.p of potential the Dade County School Board of non-medical personnelof I CITY STAGGERS
t contributor to the War TOTALOFWINS said yesterday and in event the I the Dade County Defense .1

Cheat of Dade County, was the appointment J* made It will be Council' medical division. Dr. I BILUNGSYSTEM
only for such time u Lt. Bleler i*!Robinson succeeds Ceo B. Old-
method decided at meet-
upon a The Homestead Grower won absent in the armed force Before ham who ha moved to Miami
Ing' of the local campaign committee their 16th game Tuesday night assuming his county; poet Lt., Station ia DivisionOne Include : A new' system of billing the 1
,!' ( with Chas. I* Clement, Bleler was coach for several :year : Homestead Chamber of public for light and water services -
when they downed the Andrew '
t War Chest president,. Dale James Jackson at Homestead High SchodL Commerce building, Mrs. Frank was' authorized by the
, and Martin Avery in Tom General, 1221.1ft Mi Leroy Sprinkle, veteran football Skill, captain; Redland Woman' Homestead city council, Monday
Mayor ami. Fternoy Lett starred for the basketball and baseball Club building Mrs. H. S. Green, night.

08(14 office Monday. local quintet with II point coach at Kingsport, Tton, high captain; Ferric, CommunityHouse The area will be divided Into I
r .The local ,committee i* composed Last Friday night the heretofore school, will succeed Mr. Snyderat Mrs Clyde Hinson, captain six section conforming to tile six
". of: Mrs. Adrian Jacob, Be.c Redland Principal Carl Wagner ; and Princeton Chamber water and light books, and atfiveday'
, chairman; Luther L Cbander, unbeaten Miami Typhoons announced yesterday. In his 21 building, Mr*. Eugene Fontaine, interval meter of'one
. War Chest ,vice-president; C J. succumbed to the winning yean Kingsport, Mr. Sprinkle captain.Dr. section win be read and bill .
' Parraan, chairman of the local streak of the Growers to the tune has developed teams that won Robinson retired Vermont!mailed. Notice to this effect will
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.t .usa committee; Mayor Harris; of W-1S. The point were evenly more than SO state championshipsIn physician and surgeon and local be inclosed with toe bill, rt.'E.
Roy Chandler, president of the divided among three local play- the three sport grove owner bas mad his home Edward. City clerk, said y. ter-
. Homestead Rotary Club; and W. era, Billy Forte, Flernoy Lott and son Newman College at Jefferson for the put seven year on Ep- day. ,
I It Owen, president of the Red- Jack Marshall each of whom had Mr. Snyder, a graduate of more dr. He has held high rank Mayor Tom Harris and Finance .
'J' land District Lion Club. eight points. Don Done was City Tenn.,coached for Dine ) a* a radium and .-re, specialist, CommItteeman T E. Kirby were
r *' County Commissioner Preston close on their heel with six: at Unlcol High School in Car-I and be studied with Mme. Curie. authorized to Invest In govern
I B. Bird ha been named divisionad points.Tonight Tenn., before corning to He is also well known a* a 'ment revenue bonds a $10,000
leader to the War Chest set-up the Growers play! Red- He J* married and is the ... lectvr-I|,surplus of the Interest and Inking;
(Continued from Page One) I,land in the local gym twin sons. I The moat dangerous thln 'fund.
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w.. \ '''''''-''" -ooL:: IIr' I I MacDonell Is Named I
GROOVERS'VOTE
': ''JIII"1 \ i 'jIIIII( I CITY BUYS ROADMACHINES Farm Life Trustee


I OUR MEN IN SERVICE I FROM I Robert C MacDonell Redland RETAINS NICKEL!

grove owner, yesterday was ap-
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-- DADE COUNTYThe pointed trustee of Red>and School MARKETINGF
Matthew Lowe of to replace Mason Robert who is
Dr. Elliott In Training B. (Q) MA
Mr*. RusseU Anderson, is now now employed in constructionwork t4
:As Officer Candidate
'at the V. S. Maritime Service City of Homestead made In North Africa. Mr. Mac By vote of the farmers at
Training School in St Petersburg, Donell Is active In civic affairs Ing Monday night's meeting the*.
a successful bid of $400 for two
Dr. R. J. Bliott: Homestead Fla. After a training course of and I I. a member ot the Redland Florida City Farmer Market, it
pieces of county road equipment,
efclrnpractor who ,qualified u a several month duration he will District Lion dub. was decided to retain the flve-j!
a bulldog grader and a roller
volunteer candidate In the army Other of CIa board cent package fee which buytHJ
.. members
emerge a seaman first cl. He which had been advertised for i I
lend corps several months ago, was a freshman at the Universityof lor are DM z,: .Bashor of Gouldsand Will deduct" the amount paid I
sale because they are too light
wa called for training lad week and will turn in tot
Florida the first semester made J. R. Hlckson of ,Naranja. the grower
county Payment was
aad left Saturday for Camp . use. the market About 200 farmers
Blanding Hit office In the Me- by the city Wednesday, County Hindman to Be and buyers attended the meeting
Louis Eaker, who Is visiting his Commissioner Preston B. Bird Principal
Crory Arcade has been dOlled forth ,
which was called by the market
Mr. and Mn. C. D.
duration.Dr. parents Eaker said last night Church. Speaker Sunday
advisory committee.
ha enlisted In the and will
navy -
Elliott will take three Fred Fuchs hsseen appointed : Tomatoes were selling at from
months of basic training ai an return to Baltimore on Jan. 28 for foreman of the county road crew, Principal B. M. Hindman will $3.50 to $8.00 on the market yesterday \
Since his graduationfrom
induction. which consists also of R. H. F1U- ,be guest speaker at the 11 o'clock
enlisted man and then stand examinatloni Market Master C. S. Philips
Homestead High School In service of Silver Palm Methodist
for entrance into officer patrick. Jason Avery and Clyde
reports, and squish brought
June, Louis has been employedby
Lowe, Mr. Bird said. Road workIn Church on Silver Palm drive
training tchool.Mr Aircraft Cor- I from '3.50 to $5.25
Glenn Martin
*. Elliott will remain 1" this section will be completed Sunday, announces the pastor, the
poration. by the mldde: or last of next week j I Rev. M. E. Myer. !
Homestead and continue her sec- . Navy to Recruit Here
I Mr. Myer will preach at the
when the crew may be cut to
retarlal work with the army engineer -
Henry I. Levy of Redland enlisted in Legion Hall
corps at the air bate two men, he said. Princeton Methodist Church at Mondays
Monday. in.the. navy. I 9:45 a. m and 7:30 p. m, and at I
the Perrine church at 11 a, m.' Chief Mic9sel -of the MI-
Sgt. Oldendorf Serves John Kuhn of the U. S. Naval MISS COOK WITH WAVES : I ami navy recruiting station will

As Aviation! Engineer Reserve who is stationed at the Miss Josephine Cook former WAVES. 'be In Homestead at the American

Jacksonville naval air station, physical education Instructor at Miss Cook helped organize the I'I Legion' Hall each Monday
Tm in the best outfit In this spent Saturday and Sunday herewith Homestead High School Is trainIng Homestead Casualty Station and ,from 8 a. m. to S p. m. '
man's arl 1-the aviation engineer his parents, Mr. and Mrs .at Smith College, Northampton served a* first captain of the I
*,* writes Theodore A. cently won his wings and a ma'
who WM made a sergeantIh -----
December and itationed at the chinist' rating but will not be
army air bate In Alamogordo, N. permitted to wear the wings and
M. the three red stripes until April
Sgt Oldendorf find the Leader- when he will have been in the
Enterprise "a big help in keeping rvlce six months He I la spending -
track of the rest of the boy in three days a week In patrol flight Announcement- f
service*
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Charles H. Steffanl, University Former Is Miami Redland WAVES Teacher Officer I'
of Florida freshman and ion of, Homestead Cab Service'has ;
Mr. and Mr*. C. H Stetfanl-, and
Ben Shu1 r, Homestead High Ensign Helen Bixler wa with
the contingent of 82 WAVES officers -
Scholl Junior and on of Mr and
Mr Jesse Shuler were iworn In assigned to the Seventh

o Senbeea yesterday In Miami Naval Frontier District'cyrho arjlved and Gulf In Miami Seas acquired the Redland Service Station, Cor.
they; will leave for Baltimore today
.
thi* week. l
to take an eight-week courseIn Ensign Bixler made'"" her' home and Redland Hotel
bulldozer construction and Flagler Mowry, opposite as
with Mr. and Mn Chas O. Turner ,
operation.

EdwardKIrby. t of. the U. S. Remand:while High she was School.instructor She has at headquarters for its cabs. The filling station will

Coast Guard, son of Mr. and MrtT just completed her training at
E, Kirby, has been promotedto Smith Mas College, Nprthampton. continue to serve the public as well as our cabs.

seaman, second class He is
training for a machinist' mate
We invite
at the New York Coast Guard USO Director To SpeakTo your patronage. :

School.and expect to complete Baptists on Sunday. t i
his course about Mar 5. .
F. 0. PLUMMERFBOrUETOR
w. E. D Ward local USO dlrec. .
A. Pritchard's Mother tor, will speak Sunday morning in '
the First Baptist Chure>Vf Homestead 1I
Buried Monday in Miami i
announces Dr. J. E. John- '
stone pastor. Mr. Ward has spent
Mrs. Elizabeth Pritchard, 112, 16 year In India nd Turkey Dr. Same Phones: 9103 and 389
mother of Ashley M. Pritchard of Johnstone Bays, and he bringsan I 1
Homestead, died Sunday at her interesting and helpful mes
home In Jacksonville Funeral I
services were conducted by the. sage. _____________ __ t
Rev Frank Keene at 4 p. m. -
Monday in a Miami funeral home, A
Burial followed In Miami Memorial
Park.

lived Sirs.Pritchard.In* Miami .moved who to formerly'Notth REDLAND BRAND

Florida 12 years ago She leavei FERTILIZERSi]t

two sons, James M Pritchard ol ,
Jacksonville, and Ashley of this
city: one sister, Mrs. Ella Whitley ,
of Jacksonville; and two
grandchildren M is I Primrose O O
Pritchard and Marvin Prltchard
of Homestead.

-- Consult about fertilizer <
us your requirements -
Waters' Barber Shop ... . )

.A Friendly Shop" ./ : . for the coming year. I
service Mea CordiallyWelcomed ,


N. Flatter Are. Homestead I :,: " Due to government' regulation and shortages ,


I I I y.. of several materials we 'will not be able to ;'


"" make ALL of regular mixtures. But will '.
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'Li'owls ('. '. .. do'our best to supply as near as: possible 'v'hif:'.. : :


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Dr. B.F. Stebbins : East :Coast Fertilizer .Co.I'll. .

t Dr. L. W, Stebbins I ,

SIM W. nagtat tX Miami Telephone 16. FRANK n. RUE-, Manager Homestead. F1a.
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Friday, January 22, 1913 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE ;, Pace Three


Mrs. Edward Marohn of Uleta Louts..,Garden of Key West Is Mrs. EUen Fleming.and Wesley
was a Wednesday overnight guest ltingtriend- here! this w.eek.. Kelly are njedical patterns .
of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chandler. James Driggen Is resolving
In and Around 1 Little Grady Mills is recovering medical treatment *
Elmer Leppo of Aurora, Mo.., from his recent illness. --
has been visiting Roy Chandlerand Bell Twins Are First
Mrs. Chandler, big sister-in- Mr. and Mrs. L. R. King of '
Homestead law. On Wednesday Mr. Leppo, Perry and their three children are Born in Local Hospital

accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. occupying the Robinson cottage
Chandler and Mrs. Edward Marohn. on Tenth at Twin daughters of Lt. and Mrs.
attended the graduation H. S. Bell born Jan. II in James
and [ and services'of the Miami Beach offi Mrs. J. R. Freeman Is recovering Archer Smith Hospital, are the
C pt Mrs L R. Jacobs ofKvanaviRe. i Mrs. Mary Cia vat Albert
'', ]cers' candidate school from which from her recent Illness. first twins in the hospital records
111. have arrived tospend ClInt[ of Somerville, Mats..
three months with their:j mother and brother of Mrs. Julian his son, Kenneth Leppo, was One weighed four pounds, eleven
) graduating. Mr. and Mrs. L. Campbell of ounces and the other, four pounds
IOn and daughter-ln-lawr, Mr. and AogeUni, have been visiting Mr. I
Perry who arrived Monday are one-half ounce. They are In the
Mr* Adrian Jacobs and Mrs. Angellni. Mr. Oavatl
I returned last week to Somervllle Bill Freeman and Ira Zimmerman occupying the Doxsee cottage. I hospital Incubator.

Mrs. Myron Potter. J.., the but Mrs. Ciavatl will remain for a of Ronceberte, W. Va., ar- Mrs Bell Is the former Mlu
Jean Decca Is from Hate
suffering ) of
(former MUM Louie Long Fitz-, longer visit rived Tuesday for a visit with Pennlngton daughter
mumps.. Mr. and Mrs. Fred of
Pennlngton
patrick. and her father-in-law, M.' relatives here.Charley I
Homestead. Lt. Bell Is stationed
E.! Potter, arrived Sunday from
FLORIDA CITY I JAMES ARCHER SMITH at Camp Atterbury, Ind.
Warehouse Point, Conn., to visit Card will return Friday HOSPITAL NEWS ; -
Mrs. Potter's parents, Mr. and Bf Warn Semry"Mr. I from a three-month stay In
Mrs. R. H. Fitzpatrick. Ensign James Archer Smith Hospital L. L. Field Is receiving treatment -r ReopenedTASTYWAY
Potter la in active lervlce.I I and Mrs. Harvey Rohrer in James Archer Smith

announce the birth of a six-I Mrs Chas. Clinton Is visiting Hospital for Injuries received
Mrs. Harland Merriam of Bur pound four-ounce daughter at In Key West this week. when he snagged his right handon Next to Ilnuld. City Hall
lington. Vt., the former Mill'the Kendall hospital Friday. Mrs. a meat hook Monday.
Dorothea Robinson, has come to! I Lt. Patrick McFauB of the Meals
RoMrer and the Infant returned Mrs. Jesse ,Wagner of Little Serving Regular
stay with her parents,. Dr. and home Monday. Homestead army air base was released and Short Orders'
River returned Thursday after a
Bin. Carl F. Robinson, while her Tuesday from James Archer -
I week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. Fountain Service
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husband Is in service Mrs. EarlReed Smith Hospital where he underwent -
of Waterbury; Vt, also Is M..1. Simmons Is reported, io'w"tner. an operation.: SUNDAY SPECIAL
critically in at her home:
Visiting at the Robinson home. ( I I Lt. James Harwell of Homestead Spaghetti Dinners
I Frank Court was called to his army air base a medical patient,.
Mr. and Mrs. Terry Reese of I Henry Beechman Is ill at .his I home In Beverly, Mass., by the was released Wednesday Chicken Dinners
Pertine are the parents of a home. critical Illness of his wife. L O. Hall Is a medical patient
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.,;Arches-Sroitil.:Hospital,$ t.: : .... ,

A. F. Darling Is critically HI In
the Kendall hospital.

Miss Myrtle Elsenau of ChicagoIs /

spending some time at her I
winter home on Newton road.
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Mr. and Mrs Howard'Milil of

Key West and .thelr infant son, Vat
Howard Jr. and Mr. and Mrs
Truman Mills of Fort Lauderdaleand r
their baby daughter, Linda \ I I -,.,

Joyce were guests Sunday of
their parents, Mr and Mrs. Paul
from Our Men in' Uniform
Mills, Sr, of Paranja I'

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Mrs. W K. Walton returned \ I I / _
Wednesday from Coral Gables ,, I /
where she was a guest of Mrs \ lJ
Matha Murray for several days \ / "
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Shirley Terry of Miami '... -:> ;; ,
Miss t. : ..
was a Sunday guest of Mr. and : .. ... .
Kendrick. ';1 .
Mrs. L. P.
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1 Miss Lillian Harris of College .' r I

f Park; Va, Is making her home
with her brother-in-law and sis 'J
J t 1J !
iter, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Witt. She It
at the Homestead I
! Is employed :" i .' ,
I army air base.

i Rogers Barnes, small son of Mir.i .
1 i and loin. Edward Barnes, has
" for several days this.
\i been week. ill And Many Thanks frc.a. FLORIDA MOTOR liNES! .


i J C Norris. who Is employed ih i
J by.the state road department. was ii
. injured Cast week when piling fell i
on his foot. r

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, PASS THE AMMlWnOX
\
I Praise the Lord,
! And get your scrap,a-scrappln';
Praise the Lord '
, For any thing can happen; With Your Co-operation Florida Motor Lines Got 'Em Home for The Holidays!
" Praise the Lord

1 .. And get your all be scrap free.a-scrsppin'.. Thanks to you a most critical period .in war this that makes it possible for Florida Motor
And well I II {time bus transportation bat beta pasted with Lines and other bus lines to carry on the
I. Praise tre Lord the Iron and 'flying colon. tremendous mass-transportation job that is
steel is needed; so completely essential to winning the war.
Praise the Lord and let the !Just before Christmas, Florida Motor Line f
I call be heeded; asked you -Glp.'loar Holiday trips toanea Now the holiday period Is passed, Florida

Praise the Lord the iron and. . la the wrv/c and you who have Motor Lines will make every effort to see
i steel is needed learned to depend upon Florida Motor: Linea that the service you count on is available
I From you and me.. for your travel needs responded IBAs when you need it-and with the utmost com-
fort and convenience that conditions wilt .
war .
I So go through the basementAnd a result of your postponing such trips,
go through the attic. . ,.thousands of men and women in uniform permit.
! Get every piece of scrap you were able to fo home by bus to spend We suggest however that you phone or caD 1

, can see. :precious hours,with loved ones.While .. upon your nearest Florida Motor Linn agent

I OhohPulse ( helping members of the armed forces, well in advance of any trip. He can hell
r the Lord a-scrappln' you also made travel smoother and more con you choose days and schedules that will be _.
And get your scrap ; .
for and best for '.'
Praise the Lord dont let them venlent for war wotttn tad others whose moil convenient you wartime
I I i catch you nappln'; \iipt could DO'\ Iit. It's cooperation like ravel

, Praise the,Lord and get your


:I,s, J-Fred Fee Plain tM'l8p'aacrappln'V1c-Dealer.G.-Jackson ry. In Cleveland f riQRIDAMOTQRTlNES S 1



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HOMESTEAD LEADERAND I CURRENT !New Mending Room Fits Schedule ummffirmllllllllmmDlUllmlID, 1


ETTERPRISI COMMENT To Convenience of Soldiers at BaseThe I 20 Years

r....... Ia 1111m i By AGVTW WELSH -- AgoiHiiiiiKHiiininnnniiitiinnnininsD .,

Red Cross sewing and terday, and other church groups
hNi td 'rIoIo,. .t R.a..t.a.. Fla,
or 60 ..... OM. 11,11/.hl"e is.pea. I and mending room at I S. E.1 and clubs have volunteered forIII'V1ce. TM rdt..l.e we w. -
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I ..tier M ,.- wd.b. hi N. AL riagler ave. will be open from i oo- w.slMS.d Yr. la Os, 41
Paul !Means YN.al. nMad Curtains for the room were :: N. bets r1.Y. Mew aa4. 11
In AlCIIa: Mr. W" "Wows".Ma 130= till 7 each Saturday I .... .... ;
day except given by Mrs. W. K. H.... An If. 'Alo w
..._ adlirMALORix .-. an act "rat-.w., ..... mO '
taw be is r ad .rase and Sunday and on those ; electric Iron and Ironing board "t
LUCH ARCSaaMunising
prise Some one has written that Immortality two days It will be open from: also have been received. : i
MARY DIUJ1IIIOWJI Is won and measured by 10 a. m. till p. m.. Mrs. B. A. : Appreciation for the number of .
nllllF.tL
not IoriotrIU8SCIrmOWaAT the amount of good we have Tibbits chairman of the South magazines collected at the room (EDITOR'S NOTE:: The Issue of

wrought in the minds of others; Dade Red Cross chapter, announced : has been expressed by personnelof Jan. 11 1923, Is mining front .

"so long as there Is left on earth yesterday. The hours the bass, Mrs. Tibbits said. the files.)

DU> CMIHIT......_. ..___ .t .. a thought a memory of a man j chosen are those- convenient for Only the sewing is done at the J... 1$. 1922."Homestead.
OlMtf t4 D4 CmttIUK N..5.asses though he be dead, yet he lives the men stationed at the Homestead -: new location; the chapter's surgical Is the
through his works." I[ army air base she said. dressings work Is done In on way to
In spirit have excellent volunteer
| Women of the First Methodist the Redland. Citrus ,Growers an fire
.. . .
rated .e"ad elw man
...... to. It'I, at a.. .few atM. ((Church wdrked at the rooms yes- I Association building department. . As coon as word
_..... rw.ua, u.. r. of A national magazine states that, was received that the bond money
i. im, st the close of the last war four I would be In In a few days, a meeting
|persons enroll she said. Churches Will Discuss
million men were dllllOblllzed,1 was called Geo. L. Murray
j Mrs. Green, who Is a registered '
Homer representing four per cent of the'l that Redland Working With Migrants was selected M chairman et
nurse, urged
I population, and that at the close I} the fire committee, G. La Monte
residents avail themselves of-the
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Annie Mayhew Fitzpatrick of this war over erht million!' At a meeting Wednesday in Craw, secretary and Dr. Wm. R.
special training offered.
wU go out of service or about I(I 'the First Methodist Church of the Crow, fire chief. . ."
We made the half doo?to the "Not only must we 'be prepared
kitchen' when they wer very eight per cent of the population Ito. cope with emergencies but with htercommunlty Committee of the -"The first solid car of glade
Interdenominational Council of I tomatoes shipped went from ''4
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and
small I II.the common run of illnesses
Home Missions of North America Florida City this week; and sold I
Those are the wooden button that The Pentagon recently completed accidents as daily the country's
they twirled upon the wall In Arlington Washington I nurses and doctors are being I it was decided to ask appointment ,for $3.23 f.oJ Florida 0.,.." 1

That if the board they measured: suburb, and the world's largest called Into service," Mrs. Green of delegates from each "Born to Mr. and Mrs. Chas *<
to u they grow from little on.I office building. U for the use of: church In the area to meet with I V. Barnes on Monday a girl *

That old pink desk they sometimes of the War Department It has said.Defense council worker must the committee Jan. 29. At that -"E.: Z. Crowley I* smUtes !)
used when lemons to desks 140,000 office chain 1042 Identificationcards time plans will be made for cooperation -
were eon 21.000 present their broadly now-a-days over the
There are the trinkets they I and will accommodate 44000 I to their captains for renewal in the work being done rival of a boy."Among . ."
brought horn when first they workers. Its care requires 700 among migrants living In local I
those
learned to roam. Janitors and 288 charwomen; it supplementary farm labor camps. arriving 11'j j
town this week was Robert
It'* all such things a this, you requires 2SI guards and 42 millary defense officials announced yes HIM director Studley told of Perrlne of .. regional Fuchs, who came to the home
and there 1,500
know that make a house a police are terday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. T. Fuchs,
schools and I
d.
home electric clocks for the workersa Since the USD club has taken ng Sunday .bllab-I|via the stork route. . ."
series for loral migrants.
I know the walls are dingy and watch. over the space in the Chamber of
. "Rev. Mr. Whitworth
pastor
the architecture queer. e Commerce building formerly used "

Rut there's no place in the whole Reports Indicate that Instead] by the Homestead ,Casualty Station Funeral Services, Held I IFor 'of Silver Palm Methodist Church .11
the arrival of
reports a daughter
wide world rd rather be than of any new super-car to be pro-l the unit has moved Its ; 4
Inafnt
.
1 Waggoner at his home onTueaday. .
here, duced after the war manufacturers equipment to the southeast wing.
will be glad to get Into of the building.Dr. .' I -"A. C. better known a* Lonny:: ,

production of the last models, .' Robinson Is assisting In Funeral services were held at Horne, report the arrival of. "

Honey Is Not All with no time to make new.. forms planning the' new quarters Turner Funeral Home Saturday.1for daughter , who has been named ..,
Stuart Albert Waggoner, Infant Birdie Home." 4
and shaping machines!. 1 kitchen, wards, a surgical room Fitzpatrick
Money can't buy real friendship storage cabinets, receiving room son of Mr. and Mrs. deo'I "J. T. yarn Is In Jacksonville ,

J-frtendihlp must be earned. I and trtephone.. booth. W"IOMI'.whodIed Jan..14 .at I I I. , attending. .a"Masonic I conveo- '
Money 'cant buy a clear consciencesquare Ruth Bryan Rohde Is In the .his home in Florida City. Burial:'lion." ,

reeling la the limelight again with a book setting was In Palm Cemetery, Naranja.Mrs. .-"Mis*.Bessie Hughes, lisle*. .
price tag.Money. forth a plan to organise,the WARMESTContinued I .' Edith: Tamblyri'pastoi'"ok(1 of Mrs. H. E. Schaft and a winter 1

cant buy the glow of nations Into a sart of International -I the Free Methodist Church,otftd-. ,,visitor here,last year.' Is reported
health-right living Is the union goverfctoby a legislative sled at services for the baby who to be very ill in a hospital at
secret body modeled after our own ( from Page One) was one month and 17,days old'l Louisville, her borne. .

Money cant buy happinessfiapplneas :- one-with upper and lower hous-1[to cover solicitation of state and at the time of his death. "E. H. Brandenburg returnedSaturday .'

l 1* a fnental attitude es', I II ,,county employees.. I from a business trip to ..
and one may be as happy In a The Inclusion of 12 war relief
Atlanta. ,
cottage as In a mansion. DR. ROBINSON organizations with, 22 Community Old to Lady think: "How you're perfectly one pf splendid the "Frank Panno returned ;
Money cant buy. sunsets, : Cheat agencies makes.U seeternary
singing -
I I heroes who Is going over thereto ',from New ;York to ,spend the .
birds and the music of the to double last year's contributions .winter."
die for country!
wind In, the trees, these are as frees the committee ex I Soldier:ypur"Like hell I am,I I (-"Williams and HInman begin
the sir we breathe (Continued from Page One) I plains. The war relief agenciesare picking next week off a portion
ma'am! I am going over to make
Money cant buy character- I"Too many are saying that there : United China Relief British sure some other guy dies for his." of their 260 acres of tomatoes. . ."
character ls what we are when Is no more dangert that there Is j War Relief Society, Russian War -Ex. :-The Missionary Society of
we are alone with ourselves In nothing to worry about that thereIs 'Relief Inc, Greek; War Relief, "IM. 1. Church South met with I

the dark.-Ex. no use working. I Polish-American Council Queen 'Mn. C. D. Bryant. . Present i
'Every disaster we have had Wtlhelmina Dutch-American Social Conductor: "Can't" you seethe|w....: Mrs. Bradley, Mrs. Burn'side -
Hygiene Society. Y. M. C. A, sign 'No Smoking'? |I'
since Pearl Harbor has been something Mrs. Russell Mrs. Weaver,
WJiiJSt.nfonf. War Prisoners' Fund Y. W. C. A, Sailor: "Sure mate, that's plain
that 'couldn't happen'. Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Low. Mrs, ,
enough! But there are so ,
president says: "In There's nothing that cant happen. War Emergency Fund and USO. many Simmons, Mrs. Moser Mrs. Cap-
Looks there
here.
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dippy signs
these days of range finders cross And probably some things that Local persons will receive their 'Wear Nemo Corsets.' linger, Mrs. Mowry, Mrs. Davis :
hairs cant happen' will happen pledge cards for the War Cheat I one says. ''Mia Davis, Mrs. Redd Mrs..
precision Instruments, speed, So I ain't paying attention to ... j
and team play, anything that confuse Our danger Is no less than It campaign. within the next week of them."-E.. ,1' Houk Mrs. Stealer Mrs. Rut- ,
either mind or body, be It ever was. Sure, victory Is coming They are asked by the committee 1 ledge After the meeting the j

fatigue or drugs Is a menace The In its own good time. But, to make a sincere effort to hostess, assisted by Mrs. W.; a j

present widespread misuse of alcohol until victory comes there Is dan increase their donations. II A dices set ef swr 1 :I Bryant and Mrs A. 0. Cain

does not (o well with the'ger. If we are soldiers we will -$'- delarwaaanffOWCUlOM served refreshment -1|l
Intricate Instruments of Industry stick until the very finish. Wasted .esy la wastedlives. I -"Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Moser en.tertalned -

end war or the cyclonic maneuvers .( "And. I ask every member of I Dea't waste Kecks* the Wesley Bible das ,
of combat Fivesecondrelays every station to. remember this: Y.... Every dollar yea not I with a kid party at their homeJan. j
of air bombers demand the We are faithful only when we report t eswe eheeU a* sped te, key. for VICTORY rkhU.S.WMBOHDS 18 , refreshments were In .

clearest of heads and the most air duty on time every War ..... Bay year teapercent the form of a school child' :

dependable of bodies and brains. Um.." every sy ..,. lunch" ,R
I The next regular drill of the -, I (Continued on Page Eight)
Homestead post will be held from -- - 1

Stanford's president says: 'I tin 10 p, m. Wednesday Jsn. 27,
"A New Testament In "the and every two weeks thereafter. S. 1... KendrickJC8TICI r ;.j
hands of every service man ts Frank W. Stlllman. accredited
the aim of the American Bible Red Cross first aid Instructor Is : or THE

Society, and Oor. Speeurd Holland giving half hour lectures on accident PEACE:
has given his full endorsement
to of
prevention
personnel
Birth Certificates and ether d... ANNOUNCEMENTOwing
to the campaign now being
the Princeton 1 post after their I
conducted through the state. regular Thursday evening drill n Mints ackBewtees-ri ad, wit-

Mr. Green said yesterday.. Mr. 5.5.54, to the fact that I have been
Several prominent Florida Stiflman, whose telephone numberIs 1 Odd renews Bid*. '

era have announced their I"Ow-1 MO-M-J win begin a class. In N. W, hat St Homestead na.I accepted for service in the armed
tion to plant experimental standard first aid If as many M 20 ,

of ramie In sufficient I .. ,,, .. ,.....,,, ....., .., .."" .....", ,,,, ,, , '" d' "" .. .." " forces, my office in the McCrory t
to provide a supply of root stock

for later commercial planting Arcade will be closed for the du-
Commissioner Nathan Mayo sees For Complete Home Furnishings =

a bright future for the state hi ratfon. I II'

the development this wonder I

plant. j 'SeeSmithGraves I
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DR. R. J.'ELLIOTT I II'

Raaa.6a Idea I : ,- 'fCHIROPRACTOR: ;

tOi /Mtf Future CO:

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SAM- M. HICKSON WEDS MIAMI GIRL-; WAAC RECRUITING OFFICERS OUTLINE

II COUPLE TO MAKE HOME' IN LOS ANGELES I It The Calendar CAMPAIGN TO JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB II

Jan. 22-Meeting of Homestead
The marriage of Miss France ktr. Rlckson. son of Mr. and Home Demonstration Club. Recruiting Officers Lt. Wreath were Mrs. Jss. L. Bird Mrs t .

I AU Greenwood of Miami andY Mrs. J. R. Hickson of Naranja, Is Jan. 22-Social: meeting of the I Field and Lt Pauline McNallyof I Stanley Wittkop Mrs. Allen Nest, '

t Sam 11 Hickson of Los Angelesand a graduate of Alabama Polytech- Woman's Club of the Redlands. the Woman's Auxtiary Army Mrs. Arthur French and Mrs \ .
.
meal Institute where he majored Jan. 25-Meeting of Homestead :Corps and Mrs. James A. Dunn, Burley Dendy. .
Naranja was solemnized by 18 aeronautical engineering. He Art Cub In Red Cross surgical Miami area sponsor, outlined the I :-..-
I
Dr. Everett S. Smith on Jan. 6 I was formerly: assistant naval architect dressings rooms. new recruiting compalgn to the I MONDAY MUSIC CLUB i '
the First Christian\ Church In for the Feb. of Garden
In Miami ShlpbulldSing Meeting :Junior Woman's Club of Homestead GIVES P. T. A. rnOGRAH
Miami. Corporation, and at present is Club at home of Mrs. Ernest B. Monday night at the home f
Mrs. Hickson the daughter of associated with Dalr N. Long In Francis. of Mrs. Stuart Hall. This was the The Monday Music Club presented
Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. Greenwood Los Angeles where he assists In Feb. Meetlngof B. P. W. C at !beginning of the officers' speaking I the program Wednesday
of Asheville, Is a graduate of the designing high-speed naval craft I p. m. In surgical dressings rooms tour which is designed to enlist -I .it the meeting of the Homestead
high school there and for four for the United Nations. Feb. Meeting of Neighborhood MO new recruits by June 1. Parent-Teacher Association. Mrs
has been connected the After short Club with Mrs. FrederickR. C. I. Chlpley sang a solo and Mrs. '
yean with a wedding trip, Mr. I The officers contrasted the old '-
accounting department of Miami and Mrs. Hickson will make their Weber. enlistment plan, under which applicants Bevtj Webb played a piano solo.
Shipbuilding Corporation. home in Los Angeles. Feb. Meeting of W M. U. I I were sent to Camp Bland- Two numbers were presented by
the choral club. l
circles-One with Mrs. HarryHall ing for examinations, with the new I
; Three with Mrs. Gerda I plan, which permits induction at The attendance awards werewon
PRESBYTERIAN WOMEN WILL
l'' ----I Fread; Four with Mrs. T, C. Miami, Tampa or Jacksonville.Mrs. by Mrs Virginia Edwards
NEW AUXILIARY OFFICERS ON Shackleford.Feb. I Roberta Harrison former first grade and Mrs. J. R. Rutland's -
.
.
5 tenth grade.ENSEMBU ,
-Meeting of Episcopal member of the club theypolnted

1 I; New officers of the PresbyterianWoman's pointed chairman of flower arrangement Auxiliary with Mrs. Henry out enlisted under the old plan
Brooker, Jr. and was sent to Camp Standing CLASS
for the
Auxiliary will be elect church. Bible I
l' lessons were conducted by Mrs. Feb. Meeting of Monday for examinations, while Miss Eth- GIVES RECITAL
" y ad Feb. 11 in a meeting at the M. W. Kent and Mrs. Music Club with Mrs. J. W. Eng el Bailey, first woman from hereto The annual holiday season recital -

\ bone of Mrs. J. R. Hickson In Mrs. C B. Plummet, HOIfIl1y'1 lish.Feb. be sworn in under the new by the Ensemble Class was
F :. Nsranja. Mrs. F. M. Hathaway, dent, presided 15-Meeting of Junior set-up, took her examinations In staged at the home of Mrs. R. H.
Mrs. R. C. Jackson and Mrs. J. M. Assorted sandwiches, cookies Woman's Club with "Mrs. Olin Miami. Fitzpatrick on Redland road.
HoUerty were named to the nominating and hot tea were served buffet Wright Applicants between the ages of Numbers were given by Helen
" committee at an all-day style at noon. It and 4} may get the necensary Tomerlln. Rachel Dodson, Charles

nwefnj of the auxiliary at the Present were: Mrs. A. F. Darting IaWl'f.P.UES WEDDINGIS : blanks from Mrs. Augustus Wynn, Martin Rene Hooker Noel Stef-
home of Mrs Paul Haley Mrs. D. P. Blake, Mrs. Mar- EVENT OF MONDAY club president These are to be fant Doris Ada Dodson Dorothy
!, Curtains were hemmed for the vin T. Murphy, Mrs. A. F. Arthur, Mrs. Betva Catharine Pates of turned in to Room 104, In the Kuhn, Helen Hooker. John Pope,
J dayroom which the church is fur Mrs. Lloyd Delta, Mrs. W. t Mc- Bronxton. Texas and Coleman post office building la Miami, Robert Kuhn Frances Rutland1
Wishing at the Homestead army Grew, Mrs. J. W. irwin Mrs. F. Irwin of Port Everglades, both they said.After and Hilda and Clarice Dodson.
.J air base. Comfortable chairs, M. Batchelor Mrs. Wm. Lousbury well known In Homestead, were a talk with W. E. D. Aa Impromptu musical contest
cushion materials and floor lampsare Mr*. Oo. M. Trick Mrs. W. H. married at high neon Monday. Ward USO director, the club staged between Helen Hooker
still needed. It was announced, Owens, Mrs. R. N. Herman. Mrs. Jan. 11, by Judge Boyd Anderson pledged Jta cft-operation la USO and Clarice Dodson was won by
f and,current .magazines also. are Holferty Mrs. Joel JJtoblnson,( Browsed County court work here and voted to provide the former but Identical prison
being sought Mrs. Carl F. Robinson, Mrs. : entertainment once a month at the were awarded as the contest was
Joel J. Robinson was ap I'I'.Mn. 'I Hathaway and Mrs. Haley. I bride visited here In the center In the Chamber of Com- sloes. Charles Fleming, Dorothy
Kuhn and Noel Steffanl served as
I'U.I
of 1M1. The bridegroom, merce building.
twites. .
1 of Frank Irwin of It was decided to combine social
MRS. ANNA MESSERSMITH IS ELECTED Guests Included: Mr. and Mrs. ,.'
1- is fireman first classin and justness meetings and to hold
L. P. Kenrick. Mrs, Robert Rut
OF REDLAND CHURCH GROUP
: PRESIDENT U. S. N. one meeting a month. Mrs. Olla Virginia
land Mrs. Floy Watson Miss -.
-- They are making their home aIII Wright will be hostess to the Stewart Mrs. Henry Dod ,
If. E. First at. In Fort Lau- at her
home IS.
Mrs. Anna Measersmlth has urday in the old postoffice- building group oa Feb., son,'Mrs. W. Ft Hooker Mrs. M. ,
been elected president of the W. la Homestead. Donations of derdale. Refreshments were served by' P. Wollanv Miss Van Rhener

S. C S. of Redland Community clothing, dishes, or old linens are I the hostesses. Mrs. T. J- Walker Mile Ruth Rutland, Robert Che--
Church. Other officers elected being sought by a committee composed Home Missions of North America, Mrs Wynn and Mrs. HaU.Present (bllea, Irwln Hooker,and JlmatteWatson.

art::, vice-president, Mrs. A. M. of Mm Baker, Mrs. January Jan. 29 besides those mentioned .
Vivien; recording,and corresponding Mrs. Ramsey and Mrs. Jet Under the direction: of Mrs. - t
secretary, Mrs. M. M. Ram- fer. t Howard Johnson Circle Four presented I
and treasurer, Mrs. Frank the program Talks were 1
sey; Present at the meeting were
SUllman. The secretary of missionary Ma. Armstrong, Mrs. Geo. E. made by Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Julia THEDIXIE
education and service isMrs. Polk Mrs. S. L. West, Mrs. A. D.
Deuel, Mrs. Baker Mrs. Messer-
H. J. Armstrong; secretaryof Smith: and Mrs. J Lee Smith. I
Still-
I smith, Mrs. Ramsey, Mrs. Jack DRUG
,Christian social relations and man, Mrs. Viivlen and the Rev. Others present were Mrs. J. R. rdk Johaae.
I
church: activities Mrs. M. A. Lewis Minter. Chftmbliss. Mrs. A. J. VsnMarter, :
Baker secretary of young women'sand Mrs. -Gordon Ivey and Mrs. T. T. Phones II sad till :

girls' groups, Mrs. Vivien; Bowen. IJd
ecretary of children's work, ART CLUB TO FOLD I Circle One will present the Feb i

Miss Estelle Turner; secretary of SURGICAL DRESSINGSThe 'ruary program.
literature and publications, Mrs. Homestead Art Club meeting I ,
M. *A Baker; spiritual life chairman scheduled for Jan. 21 at the B. P. W. C. TO DO i
Mrs. J. /effers; and public home of Mrs. H. E. Schaff has RED CROSS WORK i
and printing chairman, Mrs. been canceled and !instead the The Feb. 1 meeting of the B. P. ii
Albert January. members will assemble at the ,W. C slated to have been held at SUPER-FATTED Your Recipe for Beauty ii i

Plans were made for a rummage surgical dressings rooms of the:the home of Mrs. B. A. Tibbits FOR DRY SKIN eTrlC y htoeeequse l thnd
sale to be held all day Sat- Red Cross for an afternoon of has been changed to a work meeting Fie quality-for those va.H i
work., I in the Red Cross surgical with dry cleansing skin told. finishing
or cream.s
dressings rooms. Members are 7 ails. Is bee39a
A I rw
NEW
OFFICERS ELECTED
asked to bring the headcoverlng
SIT W. S. C. S. CIRCLES COMMITTEES NAMED I required for the work. ? 3909e

At a meeting of W. S. C. S. AT W. M. C. MEETING -

Circle One at the home of Mrs. At the monthly business meeting -' a I'o. agwc.TA a 7&s.ss N outs
O. Sewell Palmer Tuesday, Mrs. of the W. M. U. yesterday.Mrs. Ala CONDITIONED
Casper Williams was made secretary -I R. E. Edwards Mrs. T. K. sours sEATs IN COMFORT Arbt hA&V
___ "iM Ie II MS P. M.
study chairman and publicity
Kirby and Mrs. H. Collier were
u.l.dse aM Nerd ties OVA
chairman and Miss Helen named as a committee to supervise
Livingston, treasurer and social furnishing of the army air base I Venetian Skating Rink PADS
service chairman.The i I dl1'J'OOfttor which, the Baptist nee a. W. arts A_ MiniASM Give yew skin protection

social service report read: Church has assumed responslblity.Mrs. The Modern, convenient from roughening effects
of sold and wind Soft,
XT .visits, 12 bouquets, seven: Frank Irwin and Mrs. J. 11:1.16 pleasant ...
cards, and 11 trays. T. Vann were appointed delegates clean and
to the Miami meeting of theInterdenominational (Inthe your skin. Used
Present besides those named' by moat women 190 390
were Mrs. L. D. Wymaa, Mrs. S. Council of everywhere.
F Matthews, Mrs. Molly I
and Mrs. H. R. Pierce. WIn.t'l 69
. DOUBLY SAFE: ;
Mrs. E. S. Caplinger
. ejsUtant to Mrs. J. P. Redd, .Q Drive carefully, of course.

leader of Circle Three, at a meeting 4' But carry protective Auto Insurance
Tuesday' at the home of Mrs.
-certainly! There art
Virgil a Lyon. Mrs. f. W. English
was elected treasurer; Mrs. y forma-and amounts!! -of Auto

A. ft. Moye secretary; Mrs. D. L. Insurance ejajsjensly suited to FULL QUART RIMS PETROFOl

Bowen, chairman of flowers and your needs, and purse. We will

cards; Mrs. J. A. Daugherty. social explain-freely. Feel tree to and 100 re.rtet ASPIRIN TABLETS
service chairman; and Mrs.J. .
L. Ballard, Red Cross chair' I 1 ask us totEDWARD You can buy this tasteless, MTU FOil
mal. odorless lubricant that I Is
-
Twenty-two visits were listed, SUING r' non-haUt-formlng AND
In the social service report seven 100 dependable quick-act 0i
bouquets 11 trays and 23 cards tol'l' fa tress* AMrira Cw AMuMPbesMMlJ aiALTOBFlorid Ing Aspirin Tablet

the aide.. I IJVult City. Fto. ,... -..
cake with whipped cream

waeserved. ,with*unch., j I ,n
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i Friday, January 22, 1913

HAVE THAT lOOP REPAIRED er a NEW ROOF APPLIED NOW BT TBC Redact the Smart, ........ ComfortaMo Way M .ka


DADE COUNTY ROOFING CO, INC. MIAMI HEALTH INSTITUTE 0 EXPERT tit


I Central Realm and MM Metal Tmlrartm Wllk H Yew of Service
Located Conmibatly In Miami a. Till Biscayne BI'd, ToL .-.... .''...H....
Located In Coral Gables at IM Aragon A.., TeL MMI
roatk Beauty and C .ra>-Fw a Trimmer 1141 Figure MIAMI HEALTH'MONTN
W. C. IU_. .... HM 1C'lIiITlF'OlDUr'NO METHODS b the B.ttor Way to tlMMk Vitality BARBERING
.......... fKRTAIN.TKFD mod FLINTKOTf ..."..-...... fir FREE Barry sod a.d C iral 1"__.' af awnranra. ..... Miami. MIN fee AppotalmMt.Iwry .
.(.U.ate While Materials' far Rest Bepaln An Bllll Arallakle. -IASY TERM
I. : woman b born with the area lei[roduM you annly to soma nroportlona.Rotmnoa awn 1St
t A teal root .. an all-Important fe.,f Let throe root specialists ..amlna, your bo Interstate. torn attain too. coot M>< : U> tfcclr nrrloa b youi far I Share tit
W In DM protection of your building In- root free Of charie now. They may find I the aaklnc -
rally but moat women mat work for Shampoo (Plate) Me
oatmeal, 14 a Inn mil known for i that It ; In food aoadltloa. ready for May of the loading pkyabriana sad I _
the Iwullntlun. of lalMMrpa "ull"..: many of aervloa They may find It. MIAMI HEALTH INSTItUTK IrMhvint health authorities. I. America auticdt .... Shampoo (Medicated)_ lie
routs at law must and o. easy terme, _! drfecta that aaa W easily remedied, but lyateni la the butts war to I soma! _..... ta a trim flcura for tkakoaTlrrHliaaHwadka 25.racial .
tlo DADS COUNTY ROOFING co.I hick If _...... might loon ....... figure aantrol and nlUmala ckamvnrouck poraon'b ky .swab@sad -I"
tnow M "Tha 014 EellaWe". I. Coral I amily I weaken your roof. Or ....... they this Scientific, koalthful method, body aontour traatmaata. __ tie
fable* I may discover that your roof b aa badly say woman fanprovoa ......It. 8ha bnnuto Miami. Hoalth Institute In Miami b facial Pact _______ 150
.You* root repreeenta only tart I per worn that It reads a new wrerlnr to lira and ....the. (alna n badly fla>l' Individual In IM particular Attention, ta
wit of your kulldln Innotmmt. II'' prevent a solely Irak. They wilt' makea .are and the glamour aid wood iraomlnlwklck you In aomaa suggested lor rant apacml Combination Facial 7Se
,mid yet IU value U wit '"f all prupor. ainplet report of the present fondltlon roault from them .!lel._at|. I' .....,... N. pllla, no nnptaaaantdiet. TonlajMnitaeht 25.
Sun td IU _*. for a root art M a of your roof and flaahlny/e Ton i Body contour _non b ohm moat outtandlnt Just reduce the SCIENTIFIC Trim _____ 1"
guardian of year building and all tu may then deride what action yon want '. feature of this system The .... WAY and akmdrrba ONLY..... .....
PMitentaDay to take. 4k b outfitted with oo.ulpmMt room ...- ... The coat b not summits and an
after day, end year after ya' The DADS COUNTY ROOFING CO., Version wklck b joy sad fun I* taw with ildcrin this natlafartlon N waft protect a..ln.l driving nlMmttinf In i Coral Cable, whew head W. C. Kin.. I. rtjurnnatln room _talal.. pale attracUm. reetoralton of aonfldenaa tapereonal
.wlnda end the Pending due err b well known In thin eeetlon, are 1 moot for nprla-ht or rocllnlat baths and .._00.... becalm at see_
I* blistering kMt.Juot specialists. In their Unea. Their work booths for lndl.ldual body sate ruta. weight and attractive faun rise vest, af-
M you take Inventory of your men kava had yean of experience under Tha MIAMI HEALTH1 Reducing Cya.am toe rceulta ara attained can ... entirelydioeovnted. BarberShop
Mark ptrliirilmlly-" yon Should ckfckt aver aoncelnhla aondltfon In rooting nil for ak ao.rlalnf b firmly. founded I
o* your l..if. Rods da M4 to to types of .....1.1.... Just phono 4-4MI M the theory that women bald aka Dr. pl oM oil ot ones. Tour root may k* for free survey and ..U...... If a new themselves more lowly today than postal of not, b well known In thin
dry M4 mrmu, ready to xk up mtortmfeod root b needed may terma ann ka arranged. day ao that years add charm and dbUnction . _.... May wa lutceat ......,_ to '.
of dwMInt It The wMtkrtU Protect your home while matarlala Instead of at*. Thin system afflaura Show of our ladles wleklnt. ta reduae
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Into IU under It. ..d filially through labor and financial for roof ro perfection aanbracaa the policy and that they pay him. a vbtt. Call' Miami. --1
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., In the barnyard and.gulliet rate of production cannot be attainedor

.: of farmland in the basements increased; the necessary tanks, guns JUNK MAKES

and attic of hornet it a lot of and ships cannot be produ'-.u. FIGHTING WEAPONS

situation is critical
The"rubber alto
Junk which it doing no good
In spite of the recent rubber drive, On old \

whereiti.butwhichi.needed.t there Is a continuing need for large will .

owes to help smash the quantities of scrap rubber.Also for other needed crap for diM/ a

,r Jape and Nazi waste materials and metals like brats., enrbtaot....tle-.

copper, sine, lead and tin.
Scrap iron and steel, for example.
The Junk which you collect is bought oM plow will heel) make '
Even In peacetime, scrap provided from hundred 75--. armor.
by Industry scrap dealers at established -
about 50% of the raw material for stecL 'placing pridectiles.Oneambusom .
government-controlled prices. I .
It may be rusty, old "scrap" to you Will help?
but it is actually refined steel-with you
Pint-collect all of your waste material -
moot impurities removed, and can be 'V ,

quickly melted with new metal In the A-d pile it up. :- .V '
The sell it to dealer uch rubberaluadkgU
*- a Junk give .
form of pig iron to produce- highest VVVTfig
It to a chanty take it yourself to the ,
quality ateellor'our war machines.

The production of steel has font nearest collection point, or get In touch /: '
I with Local Salvage Committee. )
I"P, up, UP, until today America is your 011o... shard .m Wp '
live make d hand..- -
If farm ,
turning out as much steel as all the rest you on a consult your fI1

of the world combined. But unless at County War Board or your farm implement .

least 6000.000 additional tons ollCl'ap dealer MATERIALS NEEDED

steel if uncovered' promptly, the. full, ,.... YOUR scrap late ttM flckt ,
Scrap Inn and ....

Other metals .! tU kJ.... .
JM mumps top Board ePy COMMO :..II ism OlVIWCMI t "
Old rubIIer.
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Friday, January 22, 1943 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Pace/ Sewn


ASK MB rr.P8l.COLA, AT TOUR rOCTrTARf. BEIT IT TASTE YE". ,


t PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY. OF MIAMI, INCOffle. CLASSIFIED ADS

I and MM Located .1 Ittl X. W. sack St. T* ,..,... .. t. Pills.. 0.l Mn.thmwcan II

01 DiUci.M rcrsi-coLA. .rw Big tinkle Drink Worth a Wma RATE: First iDBtrtioa 104 a hoer subitqural hkwrtiom

PEPSI-COLA I* BM to DlM b U-OMK* Be-ulet- ad at lids r. mun* NOW. I* BIO TKN-OVNCB CLASSEB fOB N a Ilea

( CENTS Bar It M CM UM M M the ...... ..... Carte From Tow Now** Dealer Iw mMM UM--Tkb b UH Raw

...he.I Way. Seed TlriMgkmrl TM ---. ,

,} Few a rdra *f many mUm the pro* COLA. By vomit wk nJor1 liked .Urn. *t food armholes whisk b *u Ja.lbralatkik I FOR RENT 6 INCH by 4 Inch Barnes Irrigate

I. MM 01 this fern ago eXMvnb- Ir' eroded .In always fa ._'" M Sank 1IItaI1..1 and -m.owle now I inf pump. 1,000 pL per mini

MWdtrd el eunltty, sad everywhere they .. day ar while neett.dra.m. M the Invention ....... orbital rVRNISHED modern 4-room page ute Direct connected to 4 cyU
: sued there b M air of Md>WHi .rr..u. I 110 hotel tk .1.1I. Le Rot Brooks
a* > *f PEPSI-COLA r a re, a dletlnct a4MntM to h I apt J. B. Blckson Nan engine. Inc.
... trued ...& frisking drink and cklldra major H Ilk. Away sod the ...... I| Phone 'T8-R (ill-til
ranja Jtttf)
the fia-mOnl* 1 IdIq. Company WMiami __ There .... Many imliimntwk I Tk* plat b a ndM to few faandrr 1

f to the pnlunr at the. very *vfefeo __.. PEPSI4XLA: ky the MM H .b 01_ ket la tk* Mm* Mnttnrtu : and bed- LOSTB
*.d tawrlit ...*... PEPSI-COLA, : for battle *M as well M In the ... e.dkt.n and .M.alinr pud..daalo COMBINATION living

, orbital b MM hi fe..naeebdW.. and bottle handy .......--ft 10lie mMtMoMimlcaJ .1 every ...... Tk* firm b seven ear Private entrance Telephone
at rMettlni ta hit #-"- allows to 1 way to tay nethln of the hormonal when .ny M im becomes. tV room. Private toilet lavatory. GAS ration book No. "2,231.

flu ..- PEPSI-COLA, b fMga>MM MnmkMM *f having a drink ready plant ....- It b alleges la tint *hmMe Phone 28'1 Homestead. (pj22) Finder please return to Frank

the Nbkl Drink Worth a MM, II to serve In the ..... | .It.... BottlM.. iteellbed. perfMtIT >.I Collins P. O. Box 277 or to
b a ...... pays MkloM drink. ,EPlJ. I Aoaordlnc to Dr. W. W. theater, ae and until the kMtltd wrckandlai ''ROOMS and apartment Reason Camp Redland, Homestead, Fla
COLA kM kM trw fog over M .Utant chief of the United State B*. roM Into the CMM Ik* bourn are kardly -I I able rates, hot water and show. (pjl-IP
pea... It b ,oft.bins. aad a liWuL I react of Cktmlatry American people kawacgulrW ticked ky buses ..... Mr. Harold' trs. Palms Hotel Florida City.

Sparkling and krnelng. 0_ yo* ... teal habit of MutumlM keallhelvlnc a Peltoti, tile bead M the PepeWxJaBotUln. 'I (411629)FOR WANTED
.... PEPSI-COLA ft will .. your I.vertte ktTeracM to a traator ......1 i Company of Miami, b well known I
bT rag* at home nnd at .I than any other nation. ........ being In this part of the ata... May w* >iv _
Seek delicious nad extremities, these boo...... 1 reel therefore, whom went you visit a SALE BUGGY, light wagon or cart any
Dealer. throughout this Mellon Mil are food product aad tile gnat demand SODA FOUNTAIN that yo uk for I" condition. Phone S28-J-1, Fon

this product, and If you nut a drink for them keep* the producer cooMntly PEPSI-COLA. If. the tint In flaw BABY CHICKS. Heav-* mixed taine, Silver Palm dr. east of

tint to trulr satisfying and dellclou. I Oil tile alert to manufacture only that I lop* m two and It b Mmd In kla10.. $885 hundred. Light mixed Naranja rd. (J8U)

when you m ordering, specify FEPSI- which I Ia tile..... Then b no other. paw slow for ONLY I _..... $38S hundred. C.O.D. NicholsHatchery -- -- -
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T' Per assets Plow surfacing Can "Therll Mn 1'.. Across the Street or ....... tk* r* ilry" (115, 22) house work. (Vis Tourist

Home 302 S. Krome. (J8U)

S. WILLIAMS JOHN WITHERS TRANSFER |CIRCULATING kerosene heaterfor

..__ I salo. 1-burner cabinet style, FAT hens. J. R. Bevis, near LeffB

top removable for light cook- store. (dlStf)
Few Spenlall.s AND STORAGE CO. INC.
.. t I Ing. Excellent condition $15. very ta.
...... Tel.0OPTS. Phone 504-J before 8 30 TO trade 37 %.toR
Miami .
..._ Ave.. : : a.m. or
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ft BMdtaancrt Ucattd In Miami at IM N. I. lit ...... Tel. S IMT. serving the dan for l.ton slake body truck.J. ,
.. May Tire 01 High aW".... ePeel Throughout this TnriUry far M Tear Local ... Lows Distance Movies I after 6.30 p.m. J1SU) R. Bevls, near Lefts stortidlStf

} tr4 Flaw ........ ,.....,. '''' storage Crating Skipping Quick and ."...... ........
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ONE Caterpillar "IS" tractor, new
.. Urlnt. His *>fl..tok JAOM . ,
I. U te Moving problem whlck'thb tea*>* of the work don. I tracks. Brooks, Inc., Phone 78-It.
ft..... New FIout at Dean atm the, year brim to' many ....... and nil service IneludM not only moving (dll-tf) TUTORING WANTED U*$

.: c.... BaII- frown. business MtaUlihrncnta will k* greatly and storage but _"n... orating* school and grade school subjectsMrs.
.I simplified and tile moving will k* don ping or lone distance healing at ohl"l H. J. Armstrong, A. B.
the appnranw
shabby worn floors mar detract from the Mfly. efficiently and npedltloutly. If time Should you wish to make I Plummer drive and Countr
and
.rf- any room' .. whrthtf thor >. IS* Milfnnmt In entreated to the Rally on the telephone to this firm call1! ; Club road.

.,''.. simple of elaborate l EwtAllrI JOHN B. WITHERS TRANSFER AND Miami I-MIT and you will be .ooordrdj i I
tMbeautymorn STORAGE CO. of Miami. Immediate Information.Ths .
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that ..... b- Mil fey : : ""
; ..honM floor often detract to the point Title concern hal unusual facllltlea for moving and tongs firm It con. LEGAL OTICESNOrll'1I "U'REPA AND SlTrLIESfor :
to. nd of sidereal of the hading. I
movlnff packing storage either one ,
everything .t."U'h..n"l
with
of entwine a r-tl_ it ______ ____ 1 TjrpeHrlten Adding Machines
/ household goads or business equipment of kind In th* South leaving served 1 ,
I err mm.Al eon and every service rendered U peraonallybupvrvlatd this territory foe the put M ,..... They FOR OP TAX APPLICATION DEED: and Canh Registers
01 money yon
a mull Millar ky amen of long expectance hag continually kept their woricln1equipment 1 1 rife/ Sold
n. have am nature for your old 0"" *" Notice k-mrreby' given l that loh 1.H.wkins BOB FALMOANT
.urf.clnt .n* In this special field. up to the minute, and therpay I I kuU aMliiw at City "'
Yourself d the r r u Box 70CXV RU S : Ffa.I"'I .
r Waiting of .. D. WUItaM. Every: moving Job vnm the smallest good MlarlM to their Men. manyof Miami 'Ell Ortlflnu Numeral Wnaa. Miami
\ flnkhlnt service of wnlo l In : OHM. present various problem that mutt whom have been I* their employ r"'l listed the and day of Jim.. A. O IMt, h.Ifllnl .< !'' ''' ''
known tM his many roan I Mid Certificate In air offlw and I
I IH II I I k* solved o* the spot and quickly' and a long timer rod whit have keen taught tan made application for Ux deed U Issue ;
the MUml area. only worker with lot experience know UM technique of every moving problemM 'h...... !. awordanw with law. Auld
.. ., work for many 01 tn Certificate __ the following des .
o. dos II beat metliod instantly and that when. UM the aervlc. of
I I the to UM you :
discriminativeholds l> this tomlllj trrfbt4. propMty, situated In Dad. County
mod that < are capable o| meeting tuck pruklemt. th. JOHN K. WITHERS TRANSFER A Flrld. .. i
... and accomplished kto ulllIlM In tin are.koru.1 seek tliMjoMlU a* that .the uak of waiving or. etonure I STORAGH CO. of Miami yog tav reknrla I Ii I Pint Book 11II! yinbU.kC/W: : ofMiami. 1,,

M II will outsells, .... Mtbfactorlly. later on and lirae and money now. II HOTEL
-.I.to. with sod w...*v preened i ikftnItr or- Dade. sate atFlood. :
I This typo vf Mrvlc mM.nttronomy In May w* sugar*% therefore, whom In I .. I
chub with lost The ._... of Mid
Ink.ta of a .t property under
Yo do not '
well I Ui minimumenlene need of this of Kevin thai yon
siurfaelel. and the long run M' M I II type the Certifiers Issued WM In ih. name of
., this man does raw I
wile of I.' to the prraon fcavlnv five them a ring.-AV. IUnhnown. UnbM Mid CrrtlflMW ihall
kt to equipped for work In a kuntmlow. I ___ __ ___ ________ __ be examined ncrordln to low. MB dead PATRICIA
wan H !. offices and buildings 0&1 :1 will Imut thereon on the loth day 01.
Order Tr Baby Chhka from I February. A.I.. \141.II. .
leearfaclns I\oor& by his method moano 1 toed this lih day of January A. D. '
312 S. E. 2nd Ave.
she imml of worn. ugly spot of .W .

paint or .......h. After this pnmM M but h) ROY IIANFORD'S CENTURY FEED CO. E., B.. of LEATHERMAN.Clrrh Circuit Curt; MIAMI

ready to finish ate you like tt.tokM Dods, County. FloId. ,
a all.,. Urn to do she work, Mid ran Mlantfl BABY CHICK HEADQUARTER ICI"'I' Coat!.Rain.i .

km tile f..toor. wtunw* to their kttehhMM Located at 141 N. Miami Am. Tel. 1-d2AL A Modern Bmla. a serving The.Retire I \J.n. I, I:, 220 I.. M.. Feb..Nr> i4r.,' c.

and Soft IvrtOT. The MtUfortkHi b Sorties With CII.... ..... Hltk Producing BiwdAlM Pntnit Parties Faced Overlooking boa and rlvrr.Tw .
the saris M though pee .bad 2 new floor : ... .pplloo.
.iMJ-krt wI.- tile *.P...... W. * to those of our leaden ....llii. Thom.no. of chick from high-pro, fanning along ecknlifk HUM h tile I
... "* they Mil Wr.WIIIUiM I during and elected breeds ar; furnished! rtUIng of ail kinds of poultry, and this .
tliTo W. bf Mrvlot that 1
for *. ..11m.... Hit o tnmbtr dally to mean In this area by Roy Ham I fact I* receiving mater attention
1MSAdv.m fonT*. Century Peed Co. of Miami which from the progressive farmer than *mrWfore. BOYS Quirt, .cool remforlabl
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......_ a modern. business and deals In I That than I 10 splendid. man
all of the popular breed The pro.grMlv keg for gad poultry. today XM without Refined atmosphere,

I' poultry raber trum ehlclta of I Lying and In many a suburban or farm'LIe.u.ekdd
ADDoancemen&I the krttter breed frown Dill Urm ....,I. tile Income from poultry alone J 1
the ... mjon better profit u k* get I It a very substantial.... Anyone with Time it < tmmnoout need lot I craft, SPECIAL RATES:
DR. R. S. SPICKARD chick, of a hotter .1.... Th. men arc i I a pica of round and the desire to ....' oholciomt tat educational, its

uthoritlM upon nil matter pertaining ate an In.e.mi without .leaving. .kum canrI : t entertaining boy's publiculon.Tuitnhy .
all klnib of .' fill I.1) the TO SOUTH DADE11S:
its baby chick M well a. I with a atoll Investment, an Into t"' leans Boy
CiC. .poultry.Ono ; poultry. kutlnMt and find a ready market Scouit of America hu pub
DR RAYare a patron of this company yimgo and then I Ia no place. that la stun I tithed BOYS' LIFE. $2.00 Single
back year after lent because ralMniMrn dependable for the right spark for a alert i It's the megatintoil

new aseelated with early that the chick purchased i than Roy Ranford' CeaKry fwd C., In : will b* glad to $3.00 DoubleStay
her ... sturdy and full of pep due to Miami. I IJ I I give your ads
the fact that the firm Intmata lIMit !
Thlc food company know M Miami' e
DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST only In sires breed. which will kt i ij friend's
I BART CHUCK HEADQUARTERd. kM !
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j materially." rioted In bringing' this /doleO.IJSJJOsaw.JIJSJ.elyea
rack, ..-. 1,
swum W tile front I* tk* thick kwiiMM i
Whether yo rake o* a farm *r
and Iole_. and through truatwortky dealings kM M. I IUblUhed I I
I are
suburban plea
have
a overnight to flakk
Office Horn: > .. m. MIV.i '
tlleaMe. Roy
.. In developing flake, there hi n. bet. a copy Mtltfactory : i
Hanford tile head of this firm, It well!
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BDDd&7i: CU 11 set baby chick service to nerdy transacting year bwhtees--* "
w...... To aft always welcome to w.. '''' know t* par _Ie. W* unnat then |
Closed Saturdays It here or nil for any Information you tore, tkat pea piece. roar order for feed another trip (which means ftm, I
dairy In the proper raising of poultry.On ; and either chicks with .... HI. phase i G

1714 N. W. SATs ST. MIAMI *f 'the reoognUed principle, of maker fe tMAd.. : e tires, time and perrrs).
I"legal order rot
PHONE: I-tlll ... ......' ,
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ANNIE MAYHEW FiTZPATRICKRedland Ortopourn MpnnfioroI.nl1

-t Road between Avocado and B:scavne Drives I
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(i= Violin. Xylophone PSrtnc-Accordlan The 'Woild''. Newi Seen Through x I

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wMM tt TUB rawriAM rvsivuiirts aoarrr
tea hoop. head, Lowe _',- ,
DR. C. H. DENBY 1 .. TmMd- 'awe."'*-Uah.Me1-Fr.. 1JWiMoWo gir..li..l '
Urn- Ar Timely **>dl !...ructfv and .. Doily ,

sy : ( I. Fawn* Together with the Weekly MnjuiM facdm%
MON . Osteopathic PhysicianPlione ... Nrmiisw an '... Newspaper" .u H a mer. Make

Price |1IOO Yearly, wflMaMoiMk
e I ,s.eeia lawn, ,,, ... 11.60.I Tows : I

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Xamb 9nwifto_ pro"Seattle Won Homestead Fla. I IL CHRISTIAN. SCIENCE READING ROOM 1 "r
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Patents, on mesa Fr1 (Over Broin. Drnj Store I BrnaiwaF mat sixth Street I
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Eight HOMESTEAD LEA> t)ER AND FNTERPRISHFriday: January 22, 19nI


WBEM TOCB CBBTIFICATB CAW FOB BBCAFI, Tba tk*
LOCAL USO OPEN Local Block Planners Lead CountyIn


I EVERY EVENING Completing Child Care Survey ACJ1ET1REANDRECAPP1GCO.OHMol .

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First In the to Mn. Sam 3. Davis Mr. Chi,,
! ALLDAYSUNDAY county completethe LOCAL DBA1XBI IBeatto ......., a.. lantol Co.. ........ ..rr'
i child ear purvey personnel of I Calderwood; Mrs. 1. J. Dyal. Mn. ACMI MEATY SERVICE CAPt Ml k* AMUKBD Or Tin BUT OUSTSMANtmr. -

Zone One of the block jfan will be W. R. Bird; Mr*. T. T: Bowen, PERFECT: BALANCE AND it-ai WAD DErn AT COST.

The USO Club if now open given special recognition at .11:30 Mn. Trank: irwin; Mrs. Ceo. N.I' smsmhlr ,were Mr.M ore soundingly See This type of Mrric li furuMwiW
every day from 8.30 a. m. till 11 ; -- and IM e4ura ekeuld OOMIe.M ..* ACheS TIRE AND' RECAPPING
o'clock tomorrow Wakefleld Mn. Ceo. M. Trick
morning on the ; ,
p. m.. Director W E. D. War to m* them endangering kb ewe life CO. *t Mk ..l and to dealers. who k.
announced yesterday. Mr. Wardor Welt steps of Dad County courthouse Mrs. Flora D. Myers, no assistant; and Hut al Raises who New k* 1* kb assume of their honest ,kick ilu>' work

hit assistant Mn. A. F. Arthur Mn. J. H. Hammett, tone Mn. Paul Haley, Mr*. Lloyd/pal* whoa budding takes plane for sears an wla-I. e u4r. ercwtkN4r

I wkl be there from 10:30, and leader announced yesterday. Afterwards Diets; Mr*. O. W. Catkins, Mrs. Ar wtwl oxptrbneo awtorlita a thuds .... .- What am .Wpo" to
A. A. Wn. .1" the been tile aervI.. M the lewd'
S. r. Matthews caretaker, will Buuey; Wm. Loun- ear at beat M pmeni on tire
open the building at 130. the group will Join the II bury; Mn. Eugene Fontaine. pease kr laving smooth Una numeral Ml to IrMK t M4 Irmrtoc .wear.

The telephone number It (144. weekly morale parade the aid. The next project to be carried ken. tad Bad are far etreet and high.war. . I la FlorM car *W nmf* xirnrt MrtJflmM, UMn
) Hours for program activities for Mrs. Hammett gave special! out by the block plannen 1* the tempo that they sake the a time U the
the twice men are from S p. m. credit to' the block leaden who I I delivering of applications to I* Ike national tabulation of taws 0. P. CMINOLO (Chloe asocial >1.tiMU

H'r untO 1045 p. m. on weekday. made the personal contact Mrs householders for the new food ten autooukllo, OMldrM, skidding b HOMESTEAD and oat ACM* MCAVY
Mr. Ward Mid, and from 10 .. In. I ration book. shown M a prove mm and It kekuwi SERVICE: CAP_.. k* Mann* .f best
V until 10:35 p. m. on Sunday "At RusseU Home's sector was first every Material; Interacted ta the adeaaa. raftMiaMhlp, perfect kalaM 14 II-"

other time," he laid "PeoPle In the lone to complete the survey liaised Market Prices far poultryMIDWEST Meet of natty and kk own ..elthiokeep Broad depth which PMau mare Bllcan.O .
y{ to tire to a coed __.. A ACME Bun SERVICE CAP. this
may drop In to contact the USO she said. Mrs. Horne li assisted '
IIU* >>moutlo* Mt only prerenta pa. extra treed depth Mala M IMC* than or-
i, worker Enlisted men will be by Mn. Gordon. Other sector Ibht oecUaata but mta down euUtaatl.ally theory _..., M got Ik* amt for peat
f} welcome to drop In at any time leaders and their assistant are: Un pn4ltnre... UMT.. ..... ACMB: TIRE: a kXCAP.:

1; the building open and to make tin. Harold Kendall, Mn. John Tune m wfcnl types of reotpplnsaoreto IMO CO. ia Mlaail, h iMvankmtly ...
: themselves at home." 1 1l Lynch; Mrs. John Brown, Mrs. POULTRY CO. bot the vie awtorbt ka* this mated for then *t w ...... I. the
l// Plans are being made for loci John Julian; Mn. J. M. Holferty, I work done whore It M kt ...",.. with Miami am and will give m trick u4

l'y organizations to entertain the 101.1 Mn. D. P. Blake Jr; Mn. Dan Illl .. W. out .... Miami 'o!. 1-tlTI, the proper wulpmnt kr skilled vork.Preparation I efficient vervioLAIdw.met :

'j dJen on nights other than Williams, Mn. Anna Baker; Mn. .. C. ArriL: ....

I" Tuesday dance night. "It i Ia Robin Bryant, Mn. Caller Eason; NOW boom In reality sad Bn* al Mlaajfi r** lar Rating PI***
hoped that each organization In
.. Homestead and vicinity will takone Wkn Bah Stylists I. Aa Art"ARVOL'S Buy direct from the ,...... Purabh.In EDITH AND FRITZ
aa advantageous and direst market .
month for simple
night a I
:
to the ,...... III this suction Ave the
program that the men will like" Pauses far Their PeHel.oa SEA FOOD DINNUMUeotod ,
dlopoilne of na and poultry .... .ID-
at ISM II Mimi A_ TL ...... Wrew
Mr. Ward tald. "An entertainment WET POULTRY CO., Miami, auppIlMnMMHry Dertoerr.' Prop. open group
scheme It being drawn up sad conwnbnl aorvlot.It a Day ...... .* S.sdayPIa.A Fed at Lowaet Frt. .. Grilled Fresh Florida LOaVtTia
BEAUTY SALON and heath Pried Florida ......P. Their .....*. -ALL TOO CAN BAT-
it by Mn. J. R. Brooks, vicechairman : .
duck In .. and paltry and .. .
Well BMW*. Ample Parking .....
: of the board of management Jon a lart polro_ consumers law,
4, committee Mr*. Adrian Jacobs, tes W. nwUr- .... MUaU TaL MM buy Uw or deemed poultry and an lo al toed ... feed It a dl*. EDITH and FKITt b the brie ultimatum;
Mn. John Barker Mre. E. A. Beauty service of the BM Typo at Mot any ....11... Th anpany la olwaptraaly Uses art 004 MM attained kr fewreetaurtnt of tare (omaor 'of POOPM every day
Buchanan and other memben ot __.... PnAll. Work DeN kr Ml willing to give pea UM lataMeiMtollooa : who depnd upon this raMaomat for hiBah.and .
: ........ loMrtT 0-..... Danlkr CaDI -, and I.... wbklne to marled *. hut that M that this knilao .1..... rIN -. aa prepared her,
}I the board. _. Rare K I* f Daily *>* fw the. produce to the Wt advantage win' HM *Millni.d inrjaiafiilly b t trlkM to aoUlly free of that omalnatoarant
Of the 100 present at the weekly the Comb W Oat-W-T...* WaaMavL4ar la _O..Uto... I Uw ability and subbasement of the ",,_." nil to don to the iupwlurlty
; Tuesday night dance, the men, la Evenings kf Appalalawal. One of the roavnlwl prlaeteloa of EDITH and Prim, (..mot tot their aee of food Ingredients with which the chef
+ M usual out-numbered the girls Ample ParklM ._ famine alone Mlnllfl* Hao* today k food diners la ........ M sass M. Miami h ,......... lad the maaftor of ,.....*.
three to one. Mr. Ward Mid. Arrangements the ralalae. .. all kind of poultry. It hkaeauaa . are made at all dance Then spa Many beauty .10_ hut the of the ._II..t Krrlo'aal the Noonday lunches sad rmliie II*. the jaded apprUtae till etlmalaM theist
.use ion/ty of aa oiuklWiawit of this oailraklo market affororf ky sub were Mijor a fluttering follcwlneIM and the peraon who never low llo. ftp
for the men to break In to give
Saturn, k Indeed truest.* Maadpolntoaporioao .> harm u Operated ky this will know restaurant If own *ftehneludlae day, petit knows the Satisfying nrartrty of
every man a chance to dance. and equipment I* carry oa the firm that thin fMtnr k resulting moreattention .......... Hn i* atnocpktr pod. food hrn will meet his. ___...
mrlova h....... of beauty 011I"" ... llvlnsUMiMtk from the farmer al today. Praeroai low prices. (for which they are Botal) TIM ahrlmo aal leeater dlaaera fo*
i red rallaala,arrloa. aloof thai II.. k particularly Mtlooahl ,....n. which they are noted are truly dolblov
i CAMPREDLANDOPENS AkTOL'l BFAVTT SALON la Miami In this aoonaunlty where tK Serving h nllakl here throughout and '.... Nerved otojipbto for only TKnl
II MM *f the beat hi the *'11'. urban the proluow homes that k* will rwolv the tho '..,, M' emlne. It.. delightfully IM t-
itekar ,kt.i>....i af beauty mHr artoataMl. kl.haH _.. prim for kto _I..,. InfonML TM CM select. Jot what If Pea OTO not already o patrom, w*
CANNING Thor M man thai a" .".- tn want and M little ft M numb a.pan mtcoit that poo.try this rorloorooA the
With a oanrloa readily avallabl like
fame of permanent waving hoes ta order want AU...*, uk k that puts IMtnUt ont then ta Miami That Pan will like
W give the natoaMT the typed waxwkkk this o" faraMM d* not aao* to bother par W Tint .....*. TW M>.. the ---. '..... Maneopkor, eaortoay aad
ROOM I TO PUBLIC her bait ........ The bait kiMt about shipping facilities but practically tce d .............. wide, agar low prlem sew withal .snit.'
hove a market at their door for all pool.
left dry and bank but .. I. rtolM-l *rf MM esw k* satisfied Werner Darts.,,. rumble and popular
try yrodoto which their wish to aaD.
, --- I attractive ikan. One PMT k* nil Irniii If. ties Ml piano M S* pow ta Ik aaad of this __.. to w.l know ea
, ractiUet of the canning kitchen hit If the halt boat ....... and b sub Producer mehr* fair and boons oft W fn west a *&. *r a mal Jito aaetkn. Pay him a ....... There
it the Redland Farm Labor Sup ..... *f little *r a* sass kr eatlr apPoarauM tnatment aM owns of theo Mil year 'OW... ...... tpa .>.11- W. fell t. to to raft hem >trwtloa.Em la and year oat to Oil 11_ tL C.
ply Center (formerly Camp Red-
A_I. the popular heal of thin fin*. .)
: ........ at how limited
land waam
will be about
) available Feb.I
hog budget najr W, should patroala a wall known to tko Poaltry rake* of Ihtoaortioa. I
to Individual, Sub and senior tool beauty shop like this e"f at Inter'rate. May wo *un*>.,N yea ON rest
II home economics classes in South TIle dry temperature of out koM*. already doine koalnaa with this __.
Dade, it was announced yesterday the dirt and prime *..r..been about w. that van gets In toiMh with H. Call Mkami.
The fee to cover depreciation ot UM -... auK kr _'. family sail S-U7S.-Adr.GERALD. !
equipment hat been let at one em ala bf social and kvlaoaf okllmtlMUaart Tk OPA Says
k warded off k
a toll which sea *
out of four canned. This
every
I good beauty shop awvlc. B.M.. solon. D. TANNERINCoME ,
'
center day -
nursery lo a shop like this where atrrlM h
fourth can will be used In the aralloat ,.... '_.1010. together with TAX CONSULTANT You May Drive ('
The kitchen I I. equipped with a lraallaou a4 .....,.1_. proves a ml lid INCRAHAM BLDO.. PHONE: S4141MIAMI. ,

steam table, boiling water, sealers feel. FLA. '
Dorothy CI_. baud of this knutyMk
and cookers.
pressure red. nport la kr ",,_
>a aa '
Those wishing to use the kitchen To Restaurant
I l Invite* an out of twp woam I* a
equipment are asked to register for .,poI......... Just Mil Miami ..1011'1 '
before Feb. t with Helen WhitIng .. the time noM -........, for AaN 1b ,
; Ferreyra, home management I I.. k* ........*>-.... ;' : .

supervisor, by cilllng personallyat
House 89 at the center which

I II located on the Federal highway

between Homestead and Modello

1/ RID CROSS HOCUS CHANGED TURNERS FUNERAL For a Good Steak, '

The Red Cross surgical dressIngs -

room I* no longer open for and
Orders
work in the mornings, Mrs. LeeK E Short ,1 j

Lehman, chairman announce

yesterday. It it open, however '
from 1 till 8 p. m. each week day Z Ambulance ServiceLADY Deliclou.Sandwtches '1

except Saturday and from till "

10 o'clock each Tuesday evening. ATTENDANT ;
he said.e Flal Stop at
n...............'.........se"-06 Phone'270 Homestead,

I 20 YEARS AGO t

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, ; "Max Loner, a Tampa but ..FLALOANS : I
f net man, looked Homestead over KEPAtE'THE BAST WAY

1nt,week.. ..* trr jad for Homi,5uildinjf .DICK'SBARBQ:
Let u* ten you how to fl-.
Toted
.' -.The P. T. A. $72tathe I '
Mftool athletic association for i : nance your Improvtmtnt oe

tennis court" o the ABC Monthly Payment

...."CD motion of Dr. i. B, Tower Plan. :

I. ,.,, seconded by H. 1. Cook, :
10 (city council) committee Was Stop home depredation now 4

appointed to taw up the matter 4 while quality Building Material nikClUL.inGRWAT-AT,

*f naming the street , and are aWl ..YI1Iab1e.BR801ER ElOHTH Sl7J1L1'y

numbering the house . ." '
0 BOMUTXADCURB oil


'"Dr. Leonard.. Bp*W.BaaotkMleai RasktaBSIHiiaiKe LUMBER CO. INC. i

ftUf ood lieifclie Of }j SERVICEPan Yk6" "

GLASSESM qRatler. Barthl**.. ..... De n, Te l*
M. B. Fare* kV atlaoA Ha, I
CoMOpleomV Abe CaorfMaoooakt mom: Q HOMESTEAD, FIOEIDA '
C lenl.ilTeeo.
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