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 29, 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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00579
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
lccn - sn 95047482
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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HOSPITAL- Miss Hausman' to Teach Canning USESMENTOSMFARMERSJan.


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. first class of a course.In. 1 THE WEATHER A mass meeting of South Dade
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HOME MUST BE
Army Talent May GivePublic Official
food conservation will be held weather report of the farmer in the Homestead school
nogram boon Subtropical Experiment Station.
from 4 to 6 p. m. Wednesday in auditorium last night called by'
the Future Farmer clubhouse Homestead, Florida.
.. B BIRDA with Miss Bertha Kill Hausman Talent from the army air base D.h. i IM..1 1 art..I tor I M' Luther L. Chandler chairman of
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r SAYS at Instructor Geo N. Wakefleld will be :21 I 55 130.111 the USDA war board of Ride
h. '|I presented soon In a public Jan. 22. J 86 54 |130.041|
. announced yesterday. At this County, to discus the critical
. program at the USO clubhouse, Jan. 23. .183 j 551|
. time schedule for other classes'in :
. a action
farm labor situation,
fjook
USO Director W. E. D. Ward an- Jan. 24, J 84 50 I I
" canning and other of ti
means I Jan. 23. 1 83 51 130051 at follows-
., report on the scarcity of conserving food will be made, he nounces. The admission Pl'OCftdal
> Jan. 26, I I 86 ISO.Oil\ 1. Passed a resolution askingthe
r aid. I will belied 13''
foodstuffs for bv Captain Raymond
available
-4 county I I Jan. 27 .| I| 59 |2B.98:trace -Pade County commission to
I Instruction Is offered to
" Institution at the Dade commissled per-) Martin, special service officer to
sons above the age of. 17, and establish a "roving patrol" that
buy instruments for the air base
meeting 1utad.Jed to ten I '
av.llablel
e tative"( ,plant for purchasing,fields+complete In the clubhouse equipment kitchen.is orchestra. Arrangements for the \WORKER INFLUXNECESSITATES, would examine the draft regtswtratlon

10r of rips crop outright and using' entertainment are being made by cards and otherwise Investigate -
Idlers and loafers who
I a committee headed by C. J. Par-
convict; btor to tick them ant VICTORY BOOKDRIVEBfiGtNS man, USO committee chairman could and should be at work in
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the
csmnty canning equipment Jo pre- fields
The USO Camp Shows, ached
.. 06W the otrplus over' Immediate CAMP 2. Asked that every grower In
. ule4 for the air base Friday. Fella I ADDITIONTHE
tit **v ..*" 1** *;*' >.t" 'xr ,assay'amrptt'f; ''initoniiance- 4. Dade County telegraph. Secretary

.OS.e '" The report of difficulties In ob- the clubhouse at (:SO p. m. for \ ;- Agriculture Claude "Wldtard
that he had would '
house the Influx negro signed or sign
the convenience of
i IN HOMESTEAD men missing
UUng foodstuffs in sufficient Administrationcontract
'thi farm workers (0 60 a Farm Security
this feature 'at base. The or new units
0w and quantity for the I for so many (specifyingthe
variety show; which travels. all over the will be added the 150 'tent ,
coiuty home, hospital, and prisoner Books contributed to the Red country to entertain the armed I number he requires) farmhands
Cross victory book drive now! I houses" of the local FSA labor with the understanding that
made,.by County Pur- ;, forces, has an_excellent ,cast Mr.,
was in the Bailsman labor will be Imported
under way, may be left at the Ward says.POTATO. camp quartet, It was
chasing Agent Wm. D. Joyce. mayor's office in the Homesteadcity learned yesterday. The additionto If and when the domestic supply

Preston B. Bird of Homestead, hall or they may be sent by the mobile camp which it already , falls-senders to supply copies of
chairman of the commission said pupil to the local schools, which CEILING filled to capacity with 600 wires to Chandler or County

last night that Miss Eunice Grady, also are receiving depots Mayor or more workers, will be made (Continued on Page Eight)
Tom Harris, chairman of the local lust as soon as materials are
county home demonstration agent drive, announced last night The HIKED TO $3.75The available.The .

would assemble data on county drive will continue until Feb. 28.1 tent city at Goulds under WAR\ CHEST DRIVE
for presentation Interesting, readable book
canning equipment the managership of Allen I. Lip-
to the commission. being sought for service men, themayor I ceiling price for South pard of New York has been
said. Classifications listed I Florida potatoes has been raisedto opened to negro agricultural BEGUN THURSDAYYesterday
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Purchase of No.2.and No.
as desirable are detective and $3.75 a hundred pounds, Luther workers, and approximately 60
grade potatoes In quantities sufficient mystery novels (no pulp paper! L. Chandler chairman of the units are already occupied. The

for future! use was also magazines); adventure stories and Dade County agricultural war camps are composed of tent shelters marked the launchIng -
suggested *t the commission meetIng westerns; best tellers suclTas Book I board, was advised by telephone on wooden platforms, and of Dade Count)'* first War
of the Month and Literary Guild from Washington yesterday.This each unit is equipped with cots, Chest drive which will end Feb.
Tuesday. By building racks selections, technical books on I 10-cent advance over the cook stoves and laundry facilities. 9. Due to transportation difficulties
for their proper storage, the mathematics, electricity, photography $3,15 ceiling set by the Office of local solicitation It being

county. Institutions could be assured aeronautics,, navigation, Price Administration early this Growers Beaten 40-33 handled largely by mail by the
an economical supply until etc., published not later than month Is based on boosts In fertilizer local committee, Mrs. Adrian
1935, joke and cartoon books; and seed and labor costs, the By Miami High School Jacobs, Luther L. Chandler, Clarence
next season, Mr. Bird pointed out.
pocket. size editions and current last Item estimated at as much J. Psrman, Roy Chandlerand
Such unprecedented measures copies of Readers' Digest and aa SO per cent above normal this Homestead Growers sustained W. H. Owens
at buying fields of crops and using Time magazine. ;year. their first set-back this season Intensive preparations havtf

convict labor to harvest them Locally collected books will be Effective April 1, a celling of Tuesday night when they were been made for the $483,600 cam
I are being made necessary by war sorted by Mrs. Fred Suber, municipal $3.10 will be adopted for the Hastings defeated 40-33 by. Miami High paign which will finance 10 war
conditional he said,. and arc in librarian, and sent to a area, and $UO for Texas, Stlngarees on the Miami court. agencies and 12 local charity and
line with the government's policy central collection point from Mr. Chandler said. Flernoy Lett and Jack Marshall welfare.. organizations for the entire
of food and transportation Con which they will be distributed to The fight for a fair and satisfactory starred for the home quintet with ,..r. A dinner meeting In
servation. aerates camp .potato ceiling has been six field goat and one foul thet, Miami last pjght launched the
waged Jo.,Washington Jby Congressman and five goal and two fouls, drive which will tend out 1,000

IIIde. Technical Pat Cannon A. F. Ar- :respectively. The high point of men and .women to canvass 'the
Kingman Is Adviser thur of Homestead and E. W. Lint (Continued on sage Eight) ,county. *
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To Aircraft Service of Kendall.
Army Warning Official
Tomatoes Tax 1 to Be Here' Feb. 8-9 I

CtL Ralph Wilcox Kinsman' dell who' has lied previous 'experience Beans, Bring
.Lcn'er.Prfce This Week To Aid in Filing Income Returns
bar been named techniosl adviser! In the aircraft'"warningservice I *
I Ito and R. E. Trotter. .. .
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the aircraft warning High school students volunteerIng Lower price for both beans and I To assist. local taxpayers in preparing A simplified >return Fer rat
,service,according to.an announce for three-hour shifts after tomatoes. were quoted yesterdayat their Income tax returns, 1040**, nay be used when the ;
.....Iud. yesterday. Col. King* school or on week-end are Fran the Florida City State Farmers' a deputy collector of internal I IJ'OIIInCOlM on the cash bull for
..- seas hat served at an observer for, ces Soper,-Adolph Lopes, Frank Market revenue will be at Homestead city 1M1 is not more than $3,009 and
many months. I Rutzke, Kenneth Creer Jack Tomatoes, for which there I* a hall from 9:SO a. m. until t p. m. consists wholly of aalaries, wage
: New volunteer observer now Wood, Joe DuMond Louie Gaby good demand are bringing from on Feb.. I and 9. No charge will other eompenutio for personal,
'
serving with the nucleus of IT ad Carl Springfels. I2.8S to Ssoo..nd there I* an Increasing be made for this service : services, dividends interest or end
who have been morning tile Recd I Sixteen other helpers are needed volume each week i Persona. are required to file return nuiUe
lead lookout tower, as listed ,.-'ie take three-hour shifts once awkiq Uarketmaster C. Phillips laid : .lta the'collector: of infernal W1tu1hIre to make return
"7 by Mrs. Frederick R. Web. says the chief observer the Canning factoriesare getting revenue by March IS on by the deadline will be penalised
er of the post are: Mrs. John Rev. M. X. Myer, pastor of Silver the bulk of the been crop at present income of WOO or over If tingle by a fine of not more. than tlO,000
Julian, Mrs. Chat E. Wood, Mrs. Palm Methodist Church. he tald.There' I ([or married and not living with or Imprisonment of not more
Clarence Lounsbury Mrs. Herman Either: Mr. Myer or Mrs. Weber la a light movement on husband or wife), and on incomes than a year, or both, and In addition
HeinWn,' Mrs.. Weber, Mr* will register applicants. Both squash which at"telling at from of 11.200 or over If Bunted and I from I to :29 per cent of

j. Jos. ....ltterIr.."n...1laroldKen-. nay.be reached,by,telephone. '.. '2M to $3.21. .:. living together. '. I the, tax.


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Pare Two HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, January 29, 1943 nI


- I Set" Harold C Rsdford, son of Mrs. Simmons Funeral I WAKDTOADDKESSB.T. 0
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Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Rsdford of
To Be Conducted .
Today w. E. D. Ward local usa director
I UR''lIEN' IN SER'VI' CE- ; Homestead, has been transferredfrom will apeak on 'Youth la s
f .0' Camp Young at Indlo. CaL,I I [India" Sunday. evening dltlllililt
to Camp Polk, La. Funeral services for Sarah Re-
iotL -trl '<< ... .. I assembly hour of the B. T. U
j : I If bekah Simmons of Florida City
I Mrs. A. E Paul!: sponsor, an-1
wife of J. -H. Simmons, will be
j Corporal's Rating Is wouldn't like it. but now Fve]I Pot Carl Tweedell. son of Mrs. conducted at ISO .today In the nounced yesterday 'II
J. A. Daugherty of Homestead Is I The meets at 640 ,
r Won by Roy Smith I changed my mind. I'm in a swell Florida City Community Church group p.School nt&
now stationed at Kessler Field,
r squadron and we have more privilege -
by the pastor, the_Rev Lewis Z.; '
I] While home-,on furlough, Pvt than most I Miss. Mmter. Burial wi \ be In Palm, Library Begins ,
Again I want to thank you for Cemetery at' Haring: under the Gallaher Memorial Fmd I'
:
r Roy Smith, who Is permanently Sgt Ceo. M. Henderson arrived .
the to'me.-
:
sending
paper 'Y11I.
Turner
assigned to h reception'center direction of .. 'Funeral. ,
Saturday from Brook Field. San ' .
. Horne.'I.
I The Isabel Callaher Memorial
at Camp Standing advised
was Antonio. Tex. to spend a IS-day
0
dorp Smith, ton of Mr.and Mr*. Home Feb. 8 on Furlough Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Hender.I L R. Becket", f>id..-Haley, Roy I School library: ,Came Into being(
Dexter Smith cf Homestead returned son of Princeton. Chandler Atonzo Lewis, Clyde Saturday when rummage sate;'

to Camp Branding yesterday NeiU.' and ,WaJUr.Jrfeai I consisting largely M the late Mra.,
Pfc. James Redd aviation
I
after an extension of hit furlough IIIftb-I Gallaher's belongings, was corn
Mrs. Simmons who W.
was
anic with the army air Pvt. J. T. Godwin ton of Mr. ducted 'by Mrs. E. A. .
due to IIIn_ home I and Mrs. R. .. came to Florida City 30 years Gallaher j I II
expected Feb. on a fur ] Godwin, has : club
I librarian, as a library actin.ity. .:
lough. Pin Redd who Is the son been transferred from New orleans ago from West Virginia. As long
The fund of $%2 will be used .'
Walter Branam Wins of Mr. and.1tfn. C. M. Redd. Is to Kansas City to attend: as her health'perniltted, she was: for library emergencies, Mrs .

Medals at Boot Camp stationed now at Pueblo. CoL j i technical school. Barney Godwin 1 life.active in church' and tommun.ty: Callaher said, and will.be added 'I

In a recent letter to his uncle younger son of Mr. and Mrs. Godwin to from time to time. .1

Private Walter Branam. 00 of and aunt, Mr. and Mrs Fred who Is at the New York City 1 Belles her husband she leaves Six books, one from each classiflcatlon ..13
Redd he says: "Our squadron is Coast Guard school, writes that three sisters-Mrs.' G6. Arbogast' suggested will be bought ::
cf Homestead,
Mrs. M. r.'blte
the best In the group, but we art he spent last week-end at the of Florid City, Mrs.' J, H. Low- the Book Drive she '"
for Victory ,
who enlisted in the Marine CorpsIn :
the only ones who hang lost a Hotel Astor ther of Clarksburg W. Va. and *
said, and visual aids for the
home Monday
November, returned .
plane. We had one to miff last''I Mrs. Frank Ketterman of Elkins,' will be
for a three-day visit before week and we also have one in the'r Corp. R. B. Zenker. Jr., son of W. Va.. and-a.brother, Clarence, school library purchased. 1

reporting to Quantlco Va. for an air now that will have to make a Mr. and Mrs Ben Zenker ofRedland Arbogast of Petersburg W. Va.' ,
it-week in artillery mechanic John W. Smith Funeral j jI
e course
crash landing. When It took off ,' Is one of six members I y
*. the tire blew out and came Mf. of his family belonging the I Will Be Held Sunday .i'.i'I '
At Parris Island, hen he was Death Takes L. 0. Hall
so It will have to retract its armed forces. Corp. Zenker, who i I ...--.
his "boot camp" trslnlnf "
given landing gear and come in on Its I* training at an army air forceflying Alter Lengthy Illness, Funnal'aervlcea \
for John Wesley !.
he won a medal for his pistol 1 I
wind blowing school la Cal ,
belly if the ever quits Ltmoore. ,
core and another for his rlOenlll' Smith, 12, will be held at I VI
It has been about has three uncles with the
blowing serving Funeral servioes"were held at'' '
p. m. Sunday to Ptrrine Baptist "
score.
40 miles an hour since noon andit navy and one with the army. His! i I
.
e 10 a. m. Wednesday In the chapel: Church by the Rev. J. L. Clark l '
that It will Bennie Jones of Port i
doesn't seem ever cousin Pvt
of Turner Funeral Home for Louis Burial will be In Palm
WAACs Excite Post, let up so I imagine the plane will Orange, Fla., was killed in actionon Orlando Hall. M, who died Friday -'Naranja' under the
,Writes Billy Walton have to to another field to Guadalcanal
go 'I
In James Archer Smith Hospital the Turner Funeral :
land and I won't get to see It. *
after Illness c.mder7'1
a lingering Mr. Smith died
"Everyone on the post Is so excited The crew rarely gets hurt In* Carl Alexander, son of Mr. and Burial was in .Palm Cemetery at trine where he had made
he doesn't know what to crash landings. . Mrs Sam Alexander of Homestead Naranja. II,II since coming here from

do-150 WAACs are moving In I "We had a nice little snow last will finish his boot camp Canada, 20 years ago
Father Michael Nixon
to release men for active duty," !week, and It got down to 29 below training as a marine at Parris) offlclat-j
writes Pvt Billy Walton from : zero one night The cold Island! next week and will study])ed and pallbearers ; {
Tom Harris. J H. Roberts Orin
the Army Air force Technical didn't bother me as much as It did air corps mechanics in Jackson Turner Infant Buried
Smith W. Y. Bush, R. H. Wor-
School in Chicago. "All the men some of the boys who have been ville. 1 On Thursday in Miami
are anxious to fee what they used to It all their lives. The 1 ley and Andy Terburg.Mr. ,

Will be like. Yesterday I saluted snow really] looked good: to me Sgt Phillip C Topplno andPvt Hall was born in Cincinnati -'i\ Virginia Lenora-Turner seven 'I"

a WAAC officer, and if they are all over everything . ." Frank P. Topplno are former and came to Homestead'day-old I daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

all like her it wont be bad at f. Homestead boys; now serving, from West Palm'Beach 20 years I I Geo. W. Turner of South Miami, .

all. Mrs.. S. L Dickinson and her with the army. Sgt Topplno ,ago.He I[was burled yesterday In Wood-
"Everything is going tint with son, Lamar last Friday visited was with the invasion party that Is survived by: his daughter lawn Park Cemetery under the %r,

me. We still hate 14 weeks of her brother Lt. Frank Ferrell. landed In North Africa where he,, Mrs. M. A. Berger, with!direction of the Turner Funeral V i
school. This is really an interestIng first pilot of a Consolidated B-24. Is now serving with the signal'i whom he mad )his home; twosons .Home. y,

course-there are so many who has been transferred to Mor corps, and Pvt Toppino Is stationed -, Walter of Kansas City, and I I The baby, who was a grandniece e
things to learn. Radio plays an rison Field West Palm Beach at Sioux Falls, S. D. They,I Robert L of Lexington, Ky; ten i! of Geo. W. and Chas. G.
-.t
Important part Inh.. Air Corps He spent Sunday here with his 1 are sons of Mr. and Mrs. Chat I grand<#Uldren; one greatgrandchild Turner of Homestead, died Tuet
so I am glad to be part of it'' sister's family Lt Ferrell formerly 'Toppino of Key West who formerly ; two brothers Edward and I day in Victoria Hospital ;
"They bad the first graduation lived In Homestead where resided! In Porvenlr. Charles Hall of Cincinnati; and a I \ ..

of radio men today. . his father F. E. Ferrell was chief a sister, Mrs. Clara Jordan of Cincinnati t if'Wattrs. !"

: -Gee! I miss that Florida sun, of police. Lt Eugene Scherr: of the U. S., Barber Shop

You know. you never see the . army engineers and Mrs. Scherr: Both sons were*. here for their, "A Friendly SIMIp".c;
sun he... It has been snowing' Pvt. Harry Hall returned yes have been visiting his parents father's funeral. The elder Waiter -I
since last Thursday and it is I' terday to his station In Key West Mr. and Mrs F. S. Scherr of Parrot Hall, half-brother of Mrs, Service Welcomed Men Cw4IalI1 f{
,
very cold"Thanks. after visiUhg his mother, Mrs. Jungle on Red road. Lt Scherr: Berger, and Robert L Hall, arrived I"
the ; N. Flatter An. Homestead t'I
again for sending H. O. Hall formerly made his home with his from Kansas City two days
paper* I parents hen on King's highway I before Mr. Hall died. He plans to f

Pvt Walton la a son of Mrs Pvt. Robert Chambliss has been He Is a graduate of Homestead leave In a day or two. Robert I WhatY rIn i

W. K. Walton of Homestead transferred from Camp Standing High School: and Pennsylvania(L. Hall arrived Sunday and left WAKrAag
to Miami Beach. State College. Wednesday. !the
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Pvt. Paul Rue Writes
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Field I
From Keesler


-Keesler Field Is a fine placeto

be I stationed wouldnt for want radio to schoolingbut b. stationed -
REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZERS
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here permanently. writes I
Pvt Paul Rue son of Mr. and

Mrs Frank B. Rue of Homestead (
"Biloxi. the town about two

miles from here, isn't any larger
than Homestead and' hasnt as 0 0 0

i much recreation facilities. I go

there only on Sundays, to church
and a movie or when I need a

; to get something. . Consult us about your fertilizer require't
"After I had been in the army

two or three weeks I thought I .,
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, ments for the coming year. 0

GLASSES 10

Due to government regulation. and short- :,"' .



., : ages of several mat' ;rials we Mill not be able to ;


l make ALL of our regular mi ttnres. But we will '



I .4t do our best to supply as p"ar "as, 'possible what rWf

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Dr. I. W. Stcbblnsini .


4 .: W. Plague. St, .MtesslrhesMtUU Ii Florida'East. Coast Fertilizer :Co.



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Friday. January 29, 1943 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE ." Pae Three

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mother of .... F e*, left M_'*,M; undW"observation Stop 1. swge'y patient woe rev:
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day for their tow In Loudon. Monday and Tuesday tttraed to his home in S. Miami
Tenn, attar a month's visit with S.. E. Haawmer .f West Palm I yeiterday. .
In and rAround Mr. Field's. parents Mr. and Mrs.1)Beads and O. C. Wattes of Miamiare .
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Carl Field. Mr. Field came beret medical patients. I
to recuperate from a severe Ill- Mrs. Clyde Gossman cf CouMsi:; REPAIRS AND etrruxa .

HomesteadMr. seen underwent an operation Tuesday!fee Typewriters Adding Maeklae

W R. Yates Is an orthopedic i .ad Cask Registers
: Ray Andrews, son of Mr. and patient I
:,)!n. Bert Andrews, left Wednesday Mr,,,t Harold McLs Khlln of BOB FALUGTT
i for Nocate where he will Princeton Isurgicel patient IGto. | Des '''''. Rt 1. MUsaL Fta
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Clark returned Barnes. Mrs. Newlan. Is Mrs.I visit with his grandparents Mr Gibbons wo* has been a ,." "" .. ",,,.u.......
home Tuesday night from Famine grandmother.Mrs. I and Mrs. W. H. Montgomery.Mrs. .

I, Tub, Okla. where they hate
\ been the guests of Mr. Clark's Gerritt Holdrum who has' T. J. Blr fer of Miami spent Reasonable Prices
I Need Homes Groves at
mother. been ill at the.home of Mrs. M. several days this week as a guest and
P. Wollam was removed to her of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hester. I' P'uTlES'AI1t.. O wrni CASH
Mrs. W. H. Christy of Evansville home on Monday.Joe I

I*. '%net.. arrived Monday to Thursday runts of Mrs. Walter J. K. DORN, Real Estate
), visit her brother-in-law and slater Ben Smith of Jacksonville Thompson and her daughter Mrs.!i Kt Habeas Arcade Miami. FU. Phone S-MU
Mr. and Mrs & M. Hindman. who with Mrs: Smith had been Buford Creel, were Lt and Mrs.i I
f -, visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.Fulton Grant Slater and Mr. and Mrs I
returned home Sun
'* Mrs. W. L. Sawyer and children Sage Slater of Klaleah. Mrs. Fran-,
Mrs. Smith Is remaining for Ices
day.
left Saturday to Join 14. Kelsling of Jacksonville. O.I I
: Sawyer in Key West a longer visit E. S. grand matron and Mrs.
,
f Charles Behren
Mrs.. Henry Prldgen Jr. of
Mr. and,Mr*. Ceo Bow of Miami Jaokjcnvile Is visiting at the
(*, are the parents'of a second horn of Mr. Prldgen's uncle and JAMES: ARCHER SMITH .
son. Wallace Johnston, who was aunt Mr. and Mrs. R t. Ed- HOSPITAL NEWS
.t born Jan. 4, The elder son, little
nards. .Mr. and Mrs. Philip Karr
X George Albert has been staying are
with his grandparents. Mr.. and Lt Ind Mrs Milliard J Caddis the parents of dauytiter.. Joan.I
Mr*. Albert Caves of Miami were guests on Sundayof born Jan. 22 in James Archer I Give "AIlr-OUT!
Smith Hospital
"---- Mrs Caddis' parents, Mr. andMrs' AID
Mr, and Mrs. Robert; E. Wat- 1.,Tom Vann.: Lt Oaddls bstattontd Mrs H. S. Bell was returned' I
: arrived ". yesterday from James Archer TO TOUR,EYES :
I ion of Indianapolis Sunday at the J8th at Army iWe '
to visit/ Mr. .Watson's btotherinIsw AirpOrt. 101...., Caddis Is the former Smith Hospital to the home of II p..ol,ass. .say .:
and sister, Mr, and Miss. ,Alta Vann. her -parenta. Mr. and Mrs. Fred dKt.r .. Peer ... ........
Pennington.Mrs.. Bell'i twin: EYESEyeglasses
Mrs. Frank Irwin. IprR
daughters will remain at the hospital

Mr and Mrs. J. B. ZissMte of l \
until they weigh five pounds
Mr. and Mrs..Enoch Pope and Savannah and their granddaughter each. f\l
family are moving today to Key and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Zls- j
James Drivers of Homestead I )
1\ FIRST
I .tit
West inhere Mr Pope Is employedIn sette of Miami were guests Sunday was a medical patient in James } are your

I' the navy yard. I of Mr and Mrs. D. L. Bowen -I days Archer this Smith",eet.Hospital for Ie\'fl'all LINE of DEFENSE

Mrs.. N. J. Fleming has recovered -: Gerald Jones underwent a tonsillectomy -'l
Mitt Nina Suiters of Peters has SI 00 ::
from an attack of pneumonia. \ on Jan 23. BDAI\IlIIUS .. .,
accepted the position of assistant Ernest Warren of the state road I ...,...
Motor
ticket agent of the Florida \
Lines station In the Redland Ho-department was admitted Jan. 23 W..kWIDDoI Out W d.. High Hart Drrekt
Jack Dolar returned Friday tel. She started on her duties as a medical patient I 226 N. MIAMI AVE.. MIAMI _
Mrs D. R. Snyder of Redland
from Cleveland where he and
Tuesday morning .
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I his sons, Elbert and Jack. Jr.. I --- -
have been engaged for several Mrs. Howard
The Rev. an4 I
months fn defense- work. The I Field and Mrs. J.nnl..Wncoi.

If,. boys will, continue to work there. ..................,..................

'; Mr. and 14--8. Jeffcrs ,and
i lOlI. Robert, who have been GERALD D. TANNER ACTION -, '
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spending the winter In Ped- INCOME TAX CONSULTANT ;
rt' land returned Ms week to their
last INGRAHAM BLOC. PRONE: l-4-ilMIAMI. ,
home In Cedarvffle N. J. FLA. On The Florida Front eL

t Mrs. F New-'Ian arrived Sun .................. ..................1 L I

day to visit Mr. and Mrs. John Her are two fronts in this war the battlefront

PASS THE AMMfMTIOS and the hometront Both art important.The ...

, Cake Without I I Praise the Lord success ol our reliant force in the field even

And get your scrap a-scrsppln': ; their very live,may depend upon how well wo bock
, L Sugar J Praise the Lord. them tip at home not tomorrow but today.
I For any thing can happen; ,
By Frtnttt Lee Btrto Praise the Lord Railroads and railroad men play a vital part on the
TS your sitar rather scanty And get your scrap a-scrappin1 homefraat They are efficiently providing that huge
I Do lot worryl Here's a break. And we'll aU be free
t Toe doa't Reed a single atom amount of transportation upon which our entire war
To make rich, Praise ire Lord, the Iron and effort, and civilian economy M heavily depend.
I delicious cake., steel Is needed;
Sugarless' Cake Praise the Lord, and let the There' action on the Florida front too. An increasing

tU cops sift. call be heeded; volume of traffic essential to the war effort is speeding
ed cake flour: Praise the Lord the Iron and
IH doable teaspoons. acting I steel Is needed ever the double track Florida East Coast Railway.

t', baking powder; I From you and me. Keeping this war traffic rolling come

U teaspoon I So go through the basement first in importance with all of us oven ,

,'fi tar or other shortening salt: ft: cop S but-tea. And go through the attic. though it involves omo sacrifice and

spoons grated orange clad; 1 cup Get .every piece of scrap you j llnconvenienc. No patriotic Americans
it unbeaten, can see.
I
light eon imp; etgs
would bare it otherwise until the day of
. JM cop milk; 1H teaspoons vanilla. OhohPraise \ .
Sift lour oats, measure add the Lord. Coal victory achieved r/
!J. baking powder and salt and sift7a And get your scrap a-scrsppln': ; jI
together three tines. Cream shortning Praise' the Lord don't let them
y with orange rind; add amp catch I ..
;.j gradually, beating well after net ;you nappln'; I
iaddltloL Add 44 of four sad beat Praise the Lord, and get your
astir smooth sad well blended Add scrap a-scrajppin' I :
it en, oae at a time, beating well I For Vlc-to-ry. I I s
,. floor '
eJur each. Add remaining
..:t i, third, alternately with milk la -Fred G. Jackson In Cleveland I -.1 I 1
,J. halves, beating very well after each Plain Dealer. I
:-1 addition. Add vanilla Bake ta two "
r.. greased I lack lam pans la moderate .WOLFE AUTOWRECKING r
" tint (ITI* F. H minutes or CO.
until done. Or bake m greased pan.txlxl .
; : Itches ta moderate- oven I 8. KTOBM Ave. Homesteads
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kv the IcmII Dade Puba.6lnt c-...,. hem from like .. 'A
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Pr..M..t sod RdltratARJORlE I Its'-'T.

LIACI ARGILS : illlll/ ll 1j
haaaetnt Idlt.rMART
I -"Funeral : .
nltllLL DICKINSON
to Now' and societysussCRIPTiOI O. Webster who ..
I h I day after an Illness
p J
are to be held
BATE
Stone Church. ,
to DU. Count tl.ee \
Uveld. of Due. MiiW:::= SI.M:: f be in Naranja. . ,"

-"Mr. and Mr*. -

Intend u wmfij clue nttt Matter man announce the \. '
rune II. Ills. at t h- peat Seek,. Casslus Elmer. 3rd. \,
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ftmo.t..1. Florida, and-r Ike met : -"Little
..._ I. tar Russell .
tamed a party of Tat ,
/ pr eM his home on ,

|in honor of his '. 1 1j
Lisle
Stockings j His guests were a

Bob Krome, Rose nd '
Bjr Annie Mayhew FlUpatrlik
Caves, Allen West '

Consider, my friends the patrioticlisle I Bobby Cave '.c

..tocklll'I I Johnnie Walker. ,;
Compared to nylon and silk, they i E. Cave, Mr*. J. H.

price li not shocking: !, Mr. and Mr*. M. P. ,.:

Though it may not enhance your "Henry Peter r.
unmentionable curves I last week from 'i

It li lead prone to run and that'? i a visit with his
soothing to nervei. ter" S

Let that be your solace things I -"Robert Hobson

might be much worse-* Haying with, his ,3
While It thickens your ankle, It "40 Carl Llndgren. ]

fattens your purse. with his parents, Jft.
1 L. Hobson."

-"Mr. and Mrs. '
Yfy.
and family will soon -j
Ode to a Nag
py occupants of J

O hone, you are a wondrous remodeled bungalow .16 j
thing. + r -"Mrs. J. M. .!

No horn to honk, no bells to ring. Thursday from .
No license buying every year Her stay was ]
With plates to tick on front and attack of ,the ;rlppe."WIrn. .
rear. Van <
No sparks to mill, no gear toatrilf f its machine shop in :
Campbell' buildings.

You tart yourself; no clutch to I -"Capt. Hardle i
' tomato packing -
slip ]
No gas bill mounting every day stead which la under Fla.'U*!
!'": To steal the joy of life away. ,sjLiLt.ii> H>...sop tiles + Courtier Us Aspire Exsmit ment of Tom J. ;

Your inner tubes are all O. K. -"Word was -
And pray they stay that way. day that Otto 3

Your spark plugs never muss or CURRENT away. Funeral .. ]
mill d held at Danla. Mr. .

Your motor never mikes a hiss. I I WHAT one of the earliest
: COMMENTBy "
Your frame li good for many a f Redland. ', .
mile, 1ILiTHOUT AGNEW WELSH -" , W. D. -

Your body never change style; _ elected president (of J

Your want are few, and easy met I A with his optalom. Adder _....- Homestead); Chas. .,
You've something on the auto yet nations to .Arnvw W.l.h. 14* H. vice-president; W ,
seth etn.t Miami, FlEditori
-The Santa Fe Magazine. { Mow. Mr .r.M eds... vice-president and ; ;
CARDEN'Grow MBn..M en his "Ceeo _t.." wbMkw Crowley and H. S. ->3
'try he to ore"must as .anew
ant cashier The

During the other w. w. Germany new year with more ]
Motorist's PrayerGrant threw shells into Paris million dollar on

Fast for from a distance of fourteen miles 16
me a steady and watchful\ Vegetables and we thought that was 'going I will be profitable

eyeThat some. Now it is announced that t must have four ,
pass no man by. ahall be hurt as I, Flavor and Tenderness I guns ofh.. Panama canal defense -j"

can project a shell weighing -
Thou gayest life, and I pray no
a ton a distance of twenty
act of thineMay proper type. When growth I* la I .
tempted by any cause the character miles But don't waste them,I
take away .or mar that gift PLANT FOOD TABLEThe '
of a vegetable changes. The I they cost $3,000 each I '
of Thine. Standard application ef a change may not be evident In color DR. R. .
Teach me to use my car for oth balance plant feed ta 4 ...... ; it is always evident In site anj I e e .
ers' need per we square feet (a space It usually by the toughness of fber! Colliers says that after the first and

Nor mill through love of speed x M feet suture), Tea may If Sometimes the flavor noticeably I r w. w. we lent Germany seven DR. C. C.
to* eoe pound per plat se as changed. Leaf lettuce, which grow and a half billion dollar "to help
The beauties of Thy world:
area It ty It ft. re.nlrea two slowly becomes tough and bitter.
l That thus I may sjaacis. One quart will feed (t Three factors govern the speed of"i her get on her feet.Ya, and art'mew .-
With joy and courtesy go on my equals feet and one plat U growth-(oil, water and plant food. ,': look what she did with it
way. -Ex. eeurefeet.Wkere All these are subject to control in e e DR
R. s.
smaller quantities are city gardens. Temperature has an .
required eae a TMM*.* *'*1.- effect! upon growth and when it i* Well, I'll be dogged: they have
*.... per Hurt reeL For ceoTMdc abnormal It may spoil a crop.' Tem named the federal training school I
*, hero Is a table .b.wtnt but it
i control
beyond
perature *
:: Travelogue for dogs for war use K-l and a I
and Uie
ewe eensm.e areas ,
rarely varies sufficiently from normal -
ta Office flowsi f .
standard kklaaxted plant feed to have more than a temporary , trainer says a dot's hearing'Ia' *
In aeventeen-forty aaetleaUm fee earns effect! upon crop acute the trainer uses a call- 8aa4art f .
A sedan chair; r s r e goals U ... .- <- Make your vegetable garden in a whistle with a note so low he cannot
alrM 1 Ib. (er 1 pint). I Flamed .".
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} In elghteen-nlnety n.t..1 spot where It can be watered. Prepare I hear himself but the canine -
r ir oats M -
A carriage and pair; s M.. the soil deeply driving the can. .
In nllletHllthlrt7A taln Iba. (erir I quart) blade of the spade down perpendicularly ' 1714 K. W. MTH
x ir equals tttreejaln ... rr.- Its full length, breaking up I I
taxi fare 4 .... (of S quarto). the soil thoroughly. In the old days On funny man says this will PHONE -
But in 'fortytwoIt's tan B IT east tt ... n<-*e.talreaMne .
you would have spaded in each year I be one :year when "watered" stock I
.
"Shanks mare." from six Inches to a foot of table I .
London Opinion.By ST s law equals ..... H- ftre -- manure but nowadays it i* rarely ', -
..lre. let Ika. obtainable. One must use the modem I!I
food, which the whole'are
plant on II DOtJBtT
t I Vegetable gardening la more a easier pleasanter and more effective. I I I

every ,part of our nature weclasp ,test of technique than Bower gardening cSP'Q L Drive carefully,
for the average amateur. One doe not spade In the modem But
things above us after carry
one
foods. much
plant
The dahlia fancier, who measure They are
another, not for the make of remaining the site of his blooms, and someother more quickly available to plants surance-certalnlyt
i where we take hold, but varieties of garden specialistsmay than manure. After the soil bat /- forms-and amounts!
.
l that we may to higher not agree to this statementBut been prepared and raked smooth
J I -H. W. Beecher. the average gardener does not then the plant food should be broadcast : Insurance exsjtculy
specialise to the extent of measuring and raked Into the top three your needs, and
I his flowers: and his sense of inches. A balanced plant food v
taste and consciousness of tenderness should be used which contains all explain-freely,
In food are more exact Indication the food elements In Carol ask US-tot
;
observationof tions. It be used
X*.fKs.r ttlttml of quality than his may
the beauty of his flower During the season applications of
1'. Zeta a The lint object of vegetable garden plant food should be made by ipria
A Dun Out of I technique U M keep themgrowing kling along the row at a rate of a Am EDWARD
without Interruption. Fast tablespoon to a yard of row. For Anne rw A__ -.
,Every Dollir la indication of -gead plants which It Is desired to force ..... c. lAlTOIFUrUa
eno development such as head lettuee, weekly apply
! LU.S.WaroflJJ i iI Mhick'produce vegetable tC the t&&iGIII will be affective. rbe" .1-1 (Buy.





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.i .u Social Events in South Dade r . r I 'I





I &,LOCAL PARTICIPATION IN USO PROGRAM The Calendar WORTHY GRAND MATRON OF THE 0. E. S. I

I',, ;, IS PLANNED AT CONFERENCE MONDAYPlans PAYS VISIT TO AD ASTRA CHAPTER
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Plans were mad for providing'bent schedule, each organizationIs Cub at home of Mrs. Ernest B M'Frenc:: Keisllng of Jacksonville lain, Mrs. Nancy Rickard Mrs.
entertainment for soldiers In the asked to specify the eveningsor |Francis.' ,- worthy grand matron of Angle Jamison Mank and Mrs.
+- USO clubhouse at a conference of Sunday hours (except church' Feb. I-Meetlngof B. P. W. C. al the 0. E. Son Friday night visited Marian Neeb ot Miami, past
representatives of 11 local organi hours) it prefers to entertain the I p. m. surgical dressings roomi Ad Astra Chapter of Home- grand matrons; Mrs. Ruth Lord
"; sations Monday evening with USO enlisted men Mr. Ward said Feb. 2-USO dance. stead. of Miami, grand Instructress ol
.it} Director W. E. D. Ward and commute The entertainment need 'not be Feb. Meeting of Neighborhood : Keisling who sMn. made a talk District 29; and Fred Mank of'
:\' workers. elaborate, he added. It may be an Club with Mrs. Frederick on "Service", was presented witha Miami, past grand patron.
t. Among those present were Mrs. Informal get-together with simple R. Weber bouquet and with a gift from 1 The rooms were decorated with
'\ J. R. Brooks and Mrs Adrian refreshments. Each group will Feb. 4-Meetlng of W. M. U. the chapter by Mrs. Sam J. Davis cut Dowers, and Mrs Ketsllng's
P. Jacobs chairmen of the programand bring Its own talent and Its own circles One with Mrs. Harry associate matron. Mrs. A. R. I motto, "Walk Uprightly," waa
dance committees, Mrs. E. A. girls for the men to meet,the said. Hall; Two with Mrs. E. L. Law- Meybem. worthy matron preald- fashioned of bright croton leevea.
,<" Buchanan, secretary of the executive Mr. Ward reported that the rence; Three with Mrs. Gerda I Chicken salad and fruit punch'
f committee and Mrs. A. F. renovating ot the building for Fread; Four with Mrs. T. C. ed.Other special guests were Mrs were served the 48 guests.
;Arthur assistant to Mr. Ward. I USO use may take some weeks Sh. tleford. Mabelle Ramey of Miami, grand A luncheon for Mrs KetsHnj
,Registration sheets on which because of the scarcity labor Feb. Meeting of Episcopal conductress; Miss Esther Livingston and officers of the chapter was
volunteer workers will list their and materials. Although the remodeling Auxiliary with Mrs. Henry of Homestead grand chap- held Saturday at Bamboo Tavern.
qualifications and- service preferences may hinder temporarily Brooker, Jr.
y were given the representatives the events planned for the sol Feb. Meeting of Monday
PACETTI TAKES OFFICE
for distribution their diers, the program is expected to Music Cub with Mrs. J. W. Eng MRS. FLORENCE I
jEroups. be in full suing by March, he lish.Feb. AS NOBLE GRAND OF REBEKAH LODGEHecently
la order to work out a perms said. ID-First Aid Station --
meeting Chamber of Commerce
Installed officers of O. C. Radford warden: Mrs. Cora
I SPECIAL FEATURES ARE BEING PLANNED-I building Ftb. 12-Work at 8 p. m. meeting ft Liberty Rebekah Lodge N). tS, Oorday, conductor; Airs. J. H.

FOR USO VALENTINE DANCE I Homestead Home DemonstrationClub. assumed their stations at the Dixon, Inside guardian; Mrs. Ln
I regular meeting Monday night. I la Tlsdale outside guardian; Mrs.
-- Blanche Chapman right supporterto
Feb. IS-Meeting of Junior The new group Installed Jan.
Plans are under way for a special with the men from the base. Sev- Woman's Club with Mrs Olin 18 by Mn. James Hendry of Coconut the noble grand; Mrs Gusri
valentine day dance on Feb ral of the girls from Perrtne were Wright Grove district deputy president Joiner left supporter to the noble -
18. Formal dress will be worn,I furnished transportation through Mrs. It B. Seattle. Mrs. grand; Mrs. Lillian Graham
and special refreshments and favors the courtesy of Capt. Martin Dr. Blanche Chapman and Mrs. Jas.McCre.dy right spuporter to the vice-grand;
are planned. I and Mrs. A. L. Burgreen and Mrs ART CLUB ENJOYS past noble Brands, ls Mrs. H. B. Beattle left supporter -
More than forty girls attendedthe Ruth Scott from St John's Episco RED CROSS WORK I[composed of the following officers to the vice-grand, Mrs. E. 8.Capllnger .
regular party Tuesday night I The Homestead Art Club members : Mrs. Florence Pacetti, noble musician; and Mrs
\9 dance, play plngpong and chat I re-freshments thoroughly enjoyed their grand; Mrs. I. P. McLean, vice- McCready, color bearer
January meeting at the Red Cross I
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grand; Mrs. Boyd Cohernour, recording
SPECIAL INSTALLATION SERVICE rooms where they folded surgical I secretary; Mrs. Harry RXDLAND GROUT HOLDS
I I dressings Instead of listening to aprogram secretary Mrs.
financial ;
I Degler. SUCCESSFUL SALEMore
and partaking of re-
WILL BE HELD SUNDAY EVENINGThe Iran Shanklin, treasurer; Mrs than one hundred dollars
freshments.
B.I Seated About a big table, as 'Anna Messersmlth chaplain; Mrs I II' was cleared for the Redland W.
'. newly elected officers of Officers Installed are: Mrs. they worked they discussed plans S. C. S. at the rummage sale
the Homestead Woman's Society Mi Hindman,. president; Mrs. Earl'' for helping with USO entertainments NEW OFFICERS NAMED conducted In the old post office
of Christian Service will be Installed Pacetti, first vice-president; Mrs. and other matters of buslnexs. I'FOR W.SC.S CIRCLE TWO building Saturday by a committee
Sunday evening at a ape- H. L. Brown. second, vice-presi Miss Bertha Kill Hausman, I Mrs. 0. L.Sh -....lter.wu elected composed of Mrs. B. A. Waldln.'
Dial service at the First Methodist dent; Mrs. A. M. Logan, recordIng I USO chairman, also spoke brieflyon secretary and Mrs. Robert Mn. M. A. Baker and Mrs Dv
Church. The society will secretary; Mrs. Lloyd Field, a topic previously assigned I Glenn, Jr, treasurer of Circle Kufeldt
have charge ot the service and corresponding secretary; and Paul Revere's work as a silversmith Two of the Homestead W.SCS. The society wishes to express
will present a special program C D. Faker treasurer. M..j I and MM Ralph W. King- at the meeting held Jan It at the thanks to all who mad donations
man gave an tnalysli of William home of Mrs. J. A. McNelll. ot clothing and to Mr. and Mr*.
JlOaNECLENNEY'EDDING were: Mrs. B. P. Webb Mrs. Morris Hunt's "The Belated Kid," Dues and pledges were paid and I O. B. Parker. who made a cub'
TAKES PLACE IN MIAMIE. E. Rheney Mrs. Lee H. w'l copies of which were given each (Continued on Page Seven) donation.
C. Clenney of Homestead II Mrs. C. J. Parman, Mrs. I member.: Mrs. Vranl Webb, program -- -- -- -
announcing the marriage of hli Johnson, Mrs. Frank Webb and chairman spoke on a group
daughter, Miss Mildred Clenney Mrs. Webster of world famous paintings. Program ..u '....' .,....: .,ta- .... ........
for future
to James C. Home U. S. N.. sot I assignments
of Mrs. Catherine Home of Miami MR. AND MRS. FRANK WEBB meetings have been canceled.Mrs. .
ENTERTAIN BUDGE CLUB Lee H. Lehman served as
on Jan. 10 In the AHapattat
Baptist Church at Miami.Dr. Mr. and Mrs Frank Webb en- Red Cross Instructor. ( THElack
C. R. Pittard, the pastor, tertained the Wednesday NightClub Announcement was made that /
officiated and the bride was given at .their home on Jan. 27. ne of Mrs. Kingman's paintings
Ir. marriage by Dudley Home. The high score awards were Bacb.I snow. on exhibit in West Palm Polk DIXIE DRUG ::a.::
Mrs. Home was matron of honor won by Mrs. C. J. Parman and
and Jack Home brother ol B. P. Webb. I Phones 3* and lit
the bridegroom was best man. The others playing were: Mr. Y.WA. IS ENTERTAINED
The' bride attended Pompam and Mrs. B. M. Hindman. Mr. and IT PROGRESSIVE PARTY
schools and her husband received Mrs. Lee H. Lehman, Mr. and The Young Women's Assocla
his education In Melrose. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Rheney, Mr. and Mrs Ion of the First Baptlt Church
Mrs. Home are making their Ceo. N. Wakefield Mrs. Julian H. of Homestead was entertained Mi 31 Tooth Powder
home In Fort Lauderdale as Mr Webster, Mrs. B. P. Webb and With a progressive party Satur- UZI
Home la stationed.Hit Fort Ever- Mr. Parman. lay. evening. see ntotar I0 IIINZO toiN soh F -
I glades. The club will meet next at the After a wiener roast at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Parman horne of Miss Mabel Ruth Pope, Tooth Brush AA
1 CHURCH GROUP SPONSORS he members attended the late Her n s saingon teal si S c
1 PROGRAM FOR SOLDIERS JEAN 1U.MIKBIRTHDAY usEYfae! how, and were guests of Misses food to."

i 1A musical program for enlisted ANNIVERSARYMrs Trances .and Peggy Byrd at a erN .. hsswg
. men at the Homestead army airbase B. F. Dendy entertained lumber party.
, will be presented Thursday recently 'In honor of the sixth Miss Virginia Stewart was the
! birthday anniversary of her haperone..
building Jean Carol. IS SFll1ERME
'I daughter OF pwdt RFX
< Episcopal Games were played and Sally CIRCLE PLANS MItK
' program will be given by"'members Wright and Jimmy Campbell RUMMAGE SALE nrA.fuu U foes di.eo oR rellet 1111111s ;
I, of the Junior Mule Club. winners of the peanut hunt, were Circle Three of the Homestead Bred of For Ndaehes due Wpodty
Piano selections will be played awarded bubble sets. The two- W.s.c.s. will conduct a rummageale We sues .vet indulgeliel' etc. itors
by Miss Ardel Parman Miss Van tier birthday cake was decorated Saturday. Feb. 27, In the nerd ) foe 1 Gives TWQQC
Rheney and John Pope. Frank with pink rosebuds. quarters. 18OL G ,yes 2% .
Hausman win play a. flute solo The little guests were: Lavonne Persons having donations forM
i to acompanlment by Mist Hilda Donaldson, Herline Turner, Rheta sale are asked to get in touch .
Dodson. Freeman, Wanda Chandler, Bonnie With Mrs. J. D. Redd circle lead-
Group singing also la planned. Dend). Richard Danzey, Peter .r. whose telephone number is
Cookies and fruit Juice will be Hestor, Jimmy Campbell. W-R I Modern Charm NlLJAot
served by women of the auxiliary' Nlckl Freeman and Dannie and '
! Members of the committee are Wayne Williams. FACIAL PADS COOh n' t
Mrs. Frank Hausman' Mrs. C J. Adult guests included: Mrs. C. I t
Parman, Mrs. W. E Rheney.Mrs. 0. Robertson, Mrs. C H. Shaw, Pw PsearSa Quick.for taakup.t Vllchtful. (leans'Ing kIII
Lee H. (Lehman and Mrs. Rat- Mrs. R. B. Chandler, Mrs. Earley
CUM Dendy Mrs. Ellen Dendy, Mrs. J. CAB SERVICEat I PADS
W. Freeman and Mrs. Boyd
, Cohemour. NOW LAS $
o1'0
MRS. FAUST ENTERTAINS reasMubl rat** u
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Mrs. T. J. Faust of South Miami An coNomoimouti PHONE 9108 or 389 ice WCsit
ietssa sse+e
entertained the Tuesday Club at SEATS m COMPORT $ .
at'luncheon at the Bamboo.Tavern -I II...... f N to II MS P. K. I
,h this week and in the'.fter-: .u....... I" sate ices HOMESTEAD CAB SERVICE

noon the group enjoyed bridge at Venetian Skating Rink : r. 0. PI_. rr. >'' (Mt_ rut wit 'T*.I r.si ssst .ai>K' w '
Mrs. Julian H Webster's bom I I 1 1AN
its L w. *ns> A_ SUM i iri
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i RICIITER'S JEWELRY\ CO. )., INC.I THE TRUTRED TIRE CO. OF MIAMI .j EXPERT .


II j\ 1M Piscine. 81. Mlul T.L MIW J.* A. ar...... MrortorIManwnd UN N. W. ,tit A.... Miami ToL 8-1 0"

I. II'..... tor Ian T..... Prompt .>d EffWknt ferric. H. .._ CknnnI err TRirrREO HEAVY SERVICE CArs-ud w ASSURED or TRI BET 1
Tab Commendable Pester HM r. -... BARBERING
r Mr Member *f 0. Armed J' r CRAFTSMANSHIP PERFECT BALANCE AND II-M TREAD DEPTH AT LOW
log Eir ck n. ONLY Jewelry Stan M Planter street Wend .. Man Uu. ... COiT .!.

Diamonds and Jeweler Haircut ___' lie
If KM ni money tw Immediate r.. are ropnrlnf tk.. loan b wU takes .,. and no motorist should _"I' MIAMI who ky reams of IMrkonait -- -
"nlmmt* and ton diamonds or ,._1. Shampoo (PUta)__ tie
Then ..* times when people who haw u* to nw thoni endangering. his own high law work for Fan
rr which yon ems give '. ..cknn. tortaojponry MraraJ loana kav*.JalUd to return, tor nnd that of others who naf k< In kb I I...* witnessing I steady .irowtklk.tr I. Sbampw. (lIIet11ea&et)_ IS*
a Prt*>* ism <.. iMlb fun* i their merchandise and for this rams Nth whom aklodla takes BUe*. I I basher They are oqnlppHrno is Sinn Me
I thor an amusing values( to .k* secured say actual Mporlonoi, motorists enn >r the bat tin service nt the bust
without our "todtop transactions MKICHTBRS ..* In Jewelry of nil kin*. H well u save at but M percent .n tin ... tort to auto, truck ape trwur cwIn ..". raelal lie
IKWELKY 00., It* I. I. .* .-. loa nunwrooa to meeting, pence kr having smooth tires recapped I Florida. :* iunwt tkmfora, whom Facial Pack ?_______ 7JComblmlloa .
\ Mules M. to MlaoJ. I I, Taow ... weld use mast quibble ton.. ben and nao* safe for. street and kick.wnr . local ear certificates all foe FatUl._ ._.,lit
Very often People find. themselves Injri ,i -tat tang the amount due on tho,.... recaps that they Uk their tires 10 "
Tools ___ ___ _' tit
at funds obligation It pay to n to this "* and look *nrmrrknndb In the national tabulation of reasonsfur this firm and nt TRUTRED HEAVY > ?
a to mt on and
this .. It fa n thrifty plane automobile accidents. skidding b SERVICE CAPI-.nd k* .-..4 of butrafuiumklp. HnwlMh Trim lieBUSH'S
weeks a* of tom reliable service inibbl 1 balance sod 1411trtnd
to buy and wnn yon ar In need of n down M n nrav came and It behooves pntwt
k.r.. vim INS cm take anrOiIn I. I loan. It b a food place. to *o for _.... every motorist interested In the .d... .I depth wkkk era nun ......
the .hmn.nUu. HIM sad withoutwaiting I This well known firm hat been .... meat of safety and kb own w..n*..lni On TRUTRED HEAVY SERVICE CAP. ,
occurs a loan it Mal rata ofburnt. used ky Jo. Richter In Miami for ...... to keep tlm In n good condition. this itm trend depth taste no nor
HI. NO INTEREST CHARGE to any of little prvmutlon not only prwtnta no*. than ordinary romp. 10 nt the moat lor
KUtmxg: fa reliable .i4 honest and our bon and ojrli In the armed torn.Inoludlnc .Ibl* accidents but cat down lubttantlally your moss. THE TRUTRED TIRE CO. BarberShop'
kwlnm there li carried on I* s MrahhulurmH I ( nil .........) b highly approclntod tin "...dlto-. OF MIAMI fa Mnwikntly bated for '
n..Mf. Scouring. Inn of our traders and will give! yon quick nnrfffelrnt < Han
i by those doing fcoilMoi hire, There ar various topes ol wrapping op City ,
soot on a plan of this Und "UIU no w* tab thin opportunity of wbh and itnadl service bat tho wli no.torbt .wire nt low wat Adv.
..,bll..ltr. Then It nothing to .1.H .1. Mr Richter. who fa well known In kai this work duns where H *anno I fI'
.n>t a rwvlitk and whatever yo ...I 111.1'* part and kb associates many handled with the proper equipment oriklllod WANT ADS PA1-
trust to thin firm during the. limo you years of oontlniwd ..cant-ADV. ......_.. Thin type of service b
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: farmland in the basements or increased, the necessary tanks, guns JUNK MAKESand

attic hornet it a lot of and ships cannot be produ .ta:. FIGHTING WEAPONS

The rubber is
situation also critical.In
Junk which it doing no good
spite of the recent rubber drive On. old

wnue.lulIutwn.chuneedeq, there U a continuing need for large ( will .

at once to help smash the quantities of scrap rubber Also for other '' scrap needed far di.O/

Jape and Nazit. waste materials and metals like brass .:::::;.I ;
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I arbm0
copper, line, lead and tin. .
Scrap iron and steel for '
extunple.
The Junk which you collect is bought On old plow will bdp MAIN
f Even la peacetime, Scrap provided .. Th-ama """"*"
bindUltryrromacrapdeateruteatab-
bout 50%of the raw material for tteeL ptHrdni ....je Belled, govern" ent-controlled prices. I .
It may be rutty, old crmp" to you Will 'OU.help?
but it U actually relined iteel-with .
First: -collect all of your waste ma 0.. fl ..
i most ,Impurities. removed. and can be ., Y ., ,
I tl quickly melted with new metal in the teria1and'1e it up. ODeold tireprovid"a V y ,
Then sell it to dealer crubber
a Junk give
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farm of pig iron to produce highest an N used ki 12 V y"
it tor a charity, take it yourself to the a was"
} quality steel for our war machine
has nearest collection point or get in touch .
'The production of steel tone
with your Local Salvage Committee. P ........ fl.
up. up,. UP, until today America U One old will help .
U live on a farm consult Oaks.hand grensdee.v ,
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you yourCounty '
turning out al much steel M all the rest

4 s of the world combined. But unless jA War Board or your farm implement .

.j JeuU.OOO.OOOadditional tons of scrap dealer. MATERIALS NEEDED

: t f steel II uncovered promptly the full Threw YOUR scrap Into the ilfMITfcrs Scrap Iron and stool.i r

Other metals of all Umh.OU .
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I 1 ,t Attendance Doubled at Weekly Meet :I I".,!.CHURCH'n, ."'..',........ .."' .NOTICES........I ......-I' ".1..,",'I-CLASSIFIED ADS

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*. As announced ;yesterday, the the meeting Wednesday night In FREE.METHODISTJan. RATS: First Insertion 104 a tot; subsequent Insertion*

',.rpers00 eel of the r-organed 'the Chamber of Commerce building I JI- Sunday school directed : ., .1iae

Homestead First Aid Station of when Dr. C. F Robinson, supervisor by Ruth VanAken; Feb. 8, by I -- -
r which Mrs. Frank Skill Is of Ida Perkins.
captain Division One, spokeon
f Includes the following: I the Importance of having i' No preaching on these dates because FOR RENT WANTED

Chairman of operating room trained stretcher bearers, out. of Holiness convention In I
flat aid chest and, head of nurses' lined the duties of the casualty Miami. SMALL partly furnished house BOOKKEEPINGACCOUNTING

!Laid: *, M..... .W. A. J. Kopp; aaslst- clerk,.and discussed other phases Cor. N. W. 8th av. and 2nd it WE CAN TAKE CARE: of a few

tant; Mrs. L. L Field; nurses aid. 'of the work. Adam Ennls. .pJI8. more small set of books In the

kltfe F, B. Green.. Mrs. T T. All persons Interested In the SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST ': evening at a minimum sake

1.Bowen, Mrs. A. E. Buchanan, work are urged to bring .other Eleventh Hour Mission-Sabbath -, FURNISHED modem 4-room ia> Husband general and coat ac*

E. Kirby Mrs. Ja. workers to the next meeting school at 143 Saturday; .rage apt. J. R. Hlckson. Na-I countant tax expert. Wife

Bird and Miss McNelll which will be ranj. (J2ZU) bookkeeper, double entry sy*>

casualty.clerk, Mrs. Frank'Haui- 10 p. In. on Feb. 10. meeting at 7:45 Wednesday. ROOMS and Reasonable Urn Can take off trial balance
;,jnan; .assistant clerk, Mrs. W.: R. I apartment prt-'lt and loss statement, etc If
rates hot water and show.
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need set of boob for
A custodian Mill> Helen LivIngston you a
Bird -
; Bay Hoi ram NOW, mm en. Palma Hotel, Florida City.
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; supplies, J L.. L. Field: your business, we can pet them
chairman of first alders, Mn. T. J. K. DORN (Real Estate Specialist) (dll320)FOR ,I up for you to conform to all

) T. Bowen; cafeteria chairman, new rules, regulations and tax
Mrs. Ethel Ash; cafeteria .assistant Office! Lereted III Balrren Arcade Its .. Flagler M. Miami TeL M4MCROVM. SALE I laws Can give local and Miami

Mrs. J. E. Gauzens ArilACM. FAKM. CITY AND SUBURBAN ...0.111'1'I references. If Interested, phone
; secret I TOMATO ]
Adam EnnliPJ28,
tary, Mrs. Jas. L. Bird; treasurer, Many Vnarn Biprrltim In the Real aMala Newman Qnalinai This Man to HandWTanr plant 397 our home, and ask for Mr.
T. T. Bowen. RM Estate Nada, WkMlwr Baying or Stlllnt. Hal ,_ City sad aaknrknnrnptrtUn or Mrs. W. A. Austin. pflt.
Mrs. of An Kind Listed at Bargain rrkoa. Raw TannaFnrchaalns I
attendance marked BABY CHICKS. mixed
Heavy
Doubled farm property whether and that H provides a real atari n CHILDREN given good care, by
S8B5 hundred. mixed
ompriaai n lam arm or a wry small life, nun ao than moat any other line of Light week day or month. Reasonable -
.........-...................... .....-. $583 hundred. C.O.D. Nichols ,
!. Important rates. Florida City Hurler
ana nn undertaking I. an> -
The arrive of this seek II Just aa ad.nntacaoua Hatchery, Kingston, O orgla.JIJ. .
SOCIAL EVENTS '. (Sit)
lire
and It very often represents the ta ,
to paean wnntlni sell ( 22)
.................................... .. Entire future of .KM nr failure u H la to tile proaparll, nurchaaw Mr.i I
For this reason H la wlat la deal with Dorn km many demands for farms of all CIRCULATING kerosene heater BUGGY, light wagon nr cart, any

(Continued From Page Three) a veal Estate nan making n specialty at IM and b always willing U aonaidrIha for tale. 1-burner cabinet style, condition. Phone 5JS-J-1. Fon
the*following social service re- farm properties like t. K. DORN of Hating of additional ,...._ taine Silver Palm dr. east of
top removable for light cooking
port was given: IS visits paid, Miami with officer located I.he Hal amides dialing In farm .--. Mr. Naranja rd. J8tf)
Excellent condition $15.
,seven bouquet and five cards ron Aranda. Ma nndaraUnda UawU. on.dlUom ., Dos arm. handloj suburban veal aMata
Sept, and $22 In supplies on hand. and ban .listings of farms km and: business and li prepared to am yon with I Phone 504-J before S:30 a.m. or CAPABLE reliable woman for

Refreshments were served by i there In this locality adapted la aporlflrpnfpona Most or suburban property If yon desire I I after <:SO p.m. JlStt) house work. Petz Tourist

whether for train, ..dairy. the hot and aafait investment Thai I 302 S Krome. (J8rf)
the (hostess. Those present were: Home.
fruit or vegetables or n farm that Mm. who wish to pnrchaai sass" da batter ONE Caterpillar "If tractor, new
Mrs. Geo. Smith, Mrs. Geo. Ran. blame these together with n curtain pan than nan a confmm with him for ..I i,I tracki. Brooks, Inc., Phone 78-It Leers
FAT hens. J. R. Bevls near
son, Mrs. H. L. Brown, Mrs I tram 01 mkellanses ........ la familiar with many pnroala of oo1..bIeI I (d 111.111i ,
Gltim, Mrs. Sam J. Davis, Mrs. Today with the trend of MM times backto real estate which can ha bought to ad. :i store. (diN)

Showalter and Mrs. McNeill. land many pncraailva younger p*.- ...ta... |i 18; INCH by 4 inch Barnes Irrigat.!
TO trade 37 %.ton delivery Box
The next meeting will be held pie secure n veal Mart In lift with the Long experience In farm property and lug pump. 1,000 gal. per min I
on Feb. 16 at the home of Mrs.I aurekaaa of a farm, which ..n .. a*, the development of fare "" \do.ht kai.j I ute. Direct connected to i cyL dan for l.ton stake body truck.

Brown., ,j curd from this man on n klihly eo.optraUva old throughout this locality art furtive. Le Rot engine. Brooks, Inc.. J. R. Bevls, near tetra store.
basis and the ended l possible proof of the Judgment and honesty with I (dlStf)
1 Phone 78R. (dll-tt) .
... la which ha hwlnaal. -- -
payment pl. Then aa much proarw tranmctl Mr Don

DEMONSTRATION CLUB today In farm living and develop merit the high position ka hold. Inrani !I \IIOTor APrII4TIOIf TUTORING WANTED Wgft

ACCEPTS NEW MEMBERSMrs. j'mast aa then to In any krnnck of city estate bemuse his office It on* of FOR TAX DUll I school and grade school subject
life, than moil other. line of the hart and moat reliable In this b tile IMI7tNolle. B
W. R. Anderson, Mrs. Wm. more an any It Kereby given that John IHawklm Mr*. H. J. Armstrong A. *
Musselwhlte and Mrs. O. J. Jones highly apMlallatd .....1.-. r.to.ro milts. J. K. Dorn It wall known and y holder aa anlgnee of City of Plummer drive and Country
raallilns that a farm la Uw bait poa- wall liked throughout thai entire aartton. I Miami Ta. Cenlrfa-au Numbered SO,OKIdtlxl I
were accepted as new members the Inl day of I.. A. D I.... aa.filed Club road.
environment for family of Florida.-Adr. I I ne.
ilbla n crowing
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'of the Homestead Home Demonstration Mid Certificate r an
has made application for Ui deed to Issue I
Club at its meeting Friday I thereon In ncooroa.net with law. b"
in the Future Fanner Club I \IIt Tan Want to Conrad Tear 'arm Into Certificate embro*e the. following ee.errlbrol .
An property situated In Date County ',
house. I Caak, CALL Florida, to-wlti
i 1 L lJTRT Lot II, Block 11. Overbrook Park !
Mrs. Carl Anderson, president, \ Plat Book I, Pan IM. In too City 3 \ HOTEL

InfOf report of the recent meet, RAY A. MIGHTAuctioneer F'Miami_ County .at Dade,, state of

the Dade County Council, By The assessment of Mid. property under
and plans were made for gettiruthe" this recipe for Apple Ck I UK Certificate. issued wee I. tie name ..1Unknown. :
: Unless mid Certificate (hall PATRICIA
club'cannln: equipment in I think yoall awes with I be redeemed according to law ui deed
me that it becomes serious threatL I will ton thereon on the 101k day of
working order. : America's I February. A. D IMS. I II I
After a covered dish luncheon, favorite dessert.In UtT N. W. lot SI, Miami T'". ..... 1MI Dated. this tab day of January. A. D.j' 312 S. E. 2nd Ave.

Kiss Eunice Grady, the county tact you may I ranlnnn Haawkald ;-. Form andankmpt .j I .. ... LEATBCRMAK.

agent, taught the group how to possibly rat it i I lalaaAuctknorrlns Clerk Dade. of Clirult ('....rt" :MIAMI
County. Florida!
etch glassware. She also exhibited second to none. b ont of the oldest areprofession. : Clrtult .1 1
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And what'smorn and requires for able ... Court-l M JOHNSON D. C 1 1Jan.
and made from
;pint earrings It. does I'I ( 5. l5. M. .'. Frb I. IHti I
not who '
angel only a man drab fairly
tinysea shells.Members Dot require a bit Overlooking bas: and river.Two .
but aba ont who hat the seem of thai e
will be taught how of your precious
situation In whatever rapacity ha bj blocks from flatter
to sugar, ss corn t
next
make dress forms at the
Palled nn la serve, out who Immediately !
work meeting tQ be held on Feb. syrup prove to Street.
handles all details with satisfaction for
be a :worthy substitute
12. those ooncrmrd.RAT .
DOYSTheft i Quiet, cool fomforl..ble.I .
---- Apple! Cake
I I A. WRIGHT of Miami ta widely

I 1 cup sifted flour; 1 teaspoon i I known ont of the best auctioneers and I,I RefIned atmotphrre.SPECIAL .
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Reopened doublfractlnn baking powder; 44 I I real mm In this' section of Florida,I

teaspoon salt; I tablespoons short- I! and kit services art In oonaUnt ..... '
TASTYWAY ,nips 1 egg well.besten; 4 tablespoons Whether It b farm wire, personal P..
iI. tremendous need.
for
.d.I' s clear,
% cup i RATESTO
corn
light syrup;
erty or real I Estate ha b called own
Next to llmstd. City hell milt. ..II. It b dune with the greatest ..... hclciomt and tduciiieitil, yet

"I apple*, poree'coi'eiei, .ncl thinly Ha careful and adheres the wink, i iLiif entertaining boy'i publicitu SOUTH UADERS
Serving Regular j\lealll dark corn : : I Tim.hr.lot X laws lie Boy
sliced; 4 tablespoons .. having the .. I
and Short Orders syrup; H teaspoon cinnamon; t Above all MR. WRIGHT known value. ,I Scoun of America hit publiiScd -
tablespoons butter. BOYS' LI Ft.ll $2.00 Single
This knowledge cumos from long txpe*
Fountain Service add 1 1Ptn."M 'I the nusuint
gift flour ones measure handling of rarloni klndi you
SUNDAY SPECIAL baking powder and salt, and sift of : : : real and penonal. Hit'charget I will *< glad to $3.00 DoubleStay
again. Cut in shortening. Combine girt. JOUr we
are wry fair with the service
Spaghetti Dinners egf corn syrup and milk; add all ha .......... I| . or a
at once to flour mixture stlrrlagcarefully ,riend'sacw
Probably ont of the heat tributes thalear I
Chicken 'Dinners until mixture I* blended.
Turn Into greased t,Inck pie be paid kb ability l b the lie mm.n.1,
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datloa front those who have tngaged hill
spreading dough evenly.
face oBough with Plau//nerd... | overnight t* finish
apple Cd. Combine com YOU tan ,..... him at any lima nnd

'S L Kendrick and cinnamon and pour over top; whether you wish to tell your farm, Imjplanwnu :' transacting your business--ear*
dot with butter. Bake In hot oven or howehold goods, you will

JUSTICE OF THE (f00.P.) U minutes or until I find kb tnggetlloni helpful and mush to.your another trip (which mean gas
apples are tender Serve warms adrantagt. MR. WRIGHT fcnowt''
PEACE serve" with crease, it desired.Berres I how rariooa types of auction should be I Ieonducted 0Ir1JA5rear.50WrltcwpBend tires. Urn and nerves).
.. 'I t for the I order a): ,.
Birth .a veto t ioceeaa and| yaw
certificate and other doe- ..........1.... Ht v .. nil the worry 10'1'...., to. 2 Pak a",New Terh

'lIif -acknowledged .and wit-. I and aunuoin HI of ., auction .b prainvht .pr in your nraipipcf. offin of""I.(.. I i I.
Band dealt ale BlrealU handle. detain al and uletly T.
blind mica Make wide experience, of this nnrtloMpr
Odd Fellow Bldg.N. .
t.AIIDIII.. with ter perctBl nf I
tafernnrd ;!
your In a a whether tn f "r
. W. lit SL. Hemeslead Fla. hi War Beads aaaall Hit phone. camber b ntia. ,I IJtMo' The'World'i. News Seen Through x

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TUB CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR ,

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t fnMiM ftr ni rmusriAM SOCNCS rpsuMUNO socnrr :..
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DR. C.H.- DENBY ......Is Tfht J-Cauau.nJea-.Uatl. >J-Fmt I... gt.matln.inl '.
-nwB.Uyml AO. Miserly anxl I e ruc tr next to Daily

I F earl.,. T_ Are W give Sections Maki .
Qsieopathjc Physician Skt tl.inlir UaaTss w.ugnjnwr dna Hoaae jfUIV

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BOARD APPOINTS Budach to Be Installed ScoutmasterAt


REDLAND COACHATlIIEfI Parents' Night Meeting Monday VENETIAN SKATING RINK


rote a W. .,.. Ave. __.. T... M1T4 E. E Janet, Be*

HEAD I daqh Acting will Scoutmaster b* instilled a* AIRMAN! BIRD .... Clear Lane Ode to II f. m. Mr. lit Urn Una la,.*.., .....,

Anew. 0o Aftoreeeee far ..... .
Grow* m mean B> .. ilk* to M
D. R. Snyder--, director of sthletic muter of Troop 25 at I "'o i.n. TO GO TO STATE ...... .. rename on* **.**. RuMowt M......s nw rioted aodT ......*.
button and parents' night meetingto ... .
at Redland High School for 'Air C eMI. -:
the put four received official be held at 7.30: Monday night
years In scout headquarters COMMISSION MEET oiler. eknUne to. not .../ enoolleat I .....- have ...... .......__
appointment a* county Legion
supervisor ,
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enjoyed br both r"0''\ "4.w.r h. In their tintroller "ikaliiw" ...
of school athletic and Hell, Dr. E. M. Anderson, 'chairman oaent of .... adogoaor at flow
: Bad
physical education at the tarl*, knt ails. a port that <..:.*. oaeee
meeting of the kara err euicklr. tkntlas helps
troop committee, announced County Commission Chairman ana
rtJon" and flask from lu .
Wednesday. of the Dade County + fMttcflpuito.At ,
.lie If
Preston B. Bird and Commissioner yon are cider and H k a
school board. Mr. Snyder succeeds yesterday. I the VEKETIAN SEATING RINK I, port that one sense Ural of and moral
Lt. (J.,.) T. J. Bleier, U A. S. McFartane, Dade County N. P. Lowrey were designated'Mluil. kuniraAi '"f Donor mry walk fomu kow M .... with Folsom aeoplaH
Tuesday by the commission to at V>y the roIl" skating fatlllUo. .
f.M k
S. K Council aeeldedlr onkwehle. aaoekk of
who i* now receiving Indoctrination scout executive, and B a
tend the annual sessions of tI)
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this .U wlucto4 rink. Cad
than ( abandaat ammoab of fun, It
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at the
training University 1-
M. Hlndman, field commissioner, state board of county commissioners -! to the .ma wally-of want dmlope o.uUMee la thinking, and aekethet
of North
Carolina in will be guest speakers for fhe which will meet Feb., 24-26 a.. partial who hm a dlon s. tier mialne with one a 11f......
Chapel HilL In Tampa. A>tl"* M the tmootk. Mil ...t nm. Go ....U. r ..... 7.1-.. It a
Mr. Snydert successor, Leroy evening. >> lr. Budach will heave As I result ef a legal technicality built wU.,(M tens far cnurfif ikMIlKCouruoo. taorouihlr enjoyable plant. where. par

Sprankle, coach for 21 yean at charge "f a program which will brought to the attention of ., MtanteMi, .hove. supply ran onto ean take children aid ke ........

Kingsport, Tenn., will arrive stress the place of scooting in the the commission Tuesday by a let- with the eight" AMM and girt' ipMtal themselves' sitting' la air eoadlUoaed eaak
Monday to assume his new duties attention to fctclniwn.A ton whit., watching die yoaas.tsrs .11do
effort
war The
troop will present ter from the First National Bankof
advantage tl io.. ..' ,
Carl Un- .the r *I.rifi. around 'se mule. oa emeoth.noon. mtasmlike.
says Principal Wagner.
a special program of stunts, skits Miami Chairman Bird may be which UM rink h open k the gtwrnmat .
der the direction of Mr. Sprankle.XJngsport and demonstrations required to write his signature lutliH* tin mnr Sunday. afternoon K. L Jon.. the ppaIr' Manager of

football, basketball Mr. Budach will replace as :several hundred more times 'a when. eouplM and partki mae *rr.Dm" to. VENETIAN RINK, wile owes a grove
and baseball teams won more scoutmaster, Art McKee whose month than did his predecessor, iimd a boor or mcnl .k.n.UM .. la the ....... >>...., and k wen
than SO state championships. work In connection with the Mr. Lowrey IMUMIMIII will alas trruin" to known hen f.vttss nil the folkethow Ie

In an interview yesterday Homestead swimming pool and The law require that all lists lurabk. the rink for wMtel Wirtto..*.. parts to spend.an _.'III! new ...
Chas G. Turner, chairman of the the Keys aqueduct has made it of warrants and all checks be Ins reservations In *..._ tarn with .Mm.Tna .. .

county board, paid tribute to Impossible for him to serve In that certified and that the county seal A

both Mr. Snfder and the new capacity. Mr. McKee, however, and signatures of the commission Tsar Tractor MMIMI Troubles to tin
coach.' "Mr. Snfder ha made an will continue as counselor for chairman, sesretary and clerk be

enviable record at Redland where those seeking swimming life roving affixed. The law does not pro- ELECTRICAL CO.
he has tremendous influence In and canoeing badges vide for acceptance of the signature EQUIPMENT

molding the character" of students Mr. Budach hat a broad experience of vice-chairman or. deputy U N. W. ilk *t, Mini. TwX MIH W. W. Lvn, Pen. I
associated with him Mr. Turner
in scouting, as he has served clerks, it was stated. Mdtwniton far Cinirnlmn, urton, ........, row ...nn, msibrw.. tin till
aid "and feel that
w* we are for It
scoutmasterand
years as Motor* wto. Ala complain swntot Ml BRIGGS a STRATTON MMnn, I nlUowlnrlln ,
exceptionally fortunate in obtainIng field scout executive in and and ..
> GROWERSContinued : Wkly Sontot AH Automation CoxlviMml. ... Complain .lntonDipendahle
an outstanding man like Mr. around Chicago, Dr. Anderson a-- Meer,.

Sprinkle to succeed him." said. He la an active member of I:
eenrloo la eta....... ltehv-1
; of an vtoMotl' emtonMH and should
the John O Salley Post of the ( from Page One) 1
Ins and ignition work on farm traetonj hn.. attMtln, M. MO*, so '' 'nlkfktont
LOAFING HANDS
American Legion and Is the for Homestead Jill .,
employed game was and farm equipment to tmt alwan ne.''difficulty nrkan.Tk .
I by Armour fertilizer Works the third period when Harry able, but H .. _Ib" at use ElortrloaJ I Kbctrieal SViulMnnnt c. not o.ly
(Continued from Page One) I All scouts and former scouts as Bishop tied the score at 21 and Equipment Co i la Numb .Whoa you are .ban ikllled am to handle. properly. nnr
Agent C. H. Steffani for forwardIng well as their parents and families Jack Marshall biked it two more .having ration. of thin. kind, whether Itk work which. OMMI In, but It ala kma
I.
to Congressman Cannon in are urged by Dr. Anderson point to make the count 23-21 In Just an adjaetmeat or a eomprtomrheullns. hand a lanrr nnvphr of ..... anal
Washington. to attend the meeting A special Favor of the local boy The time, money and anaoranet the mort htrlort ..... .WWtomwlU
are moved kf wing to thk fire eleeikoo. requirements Is part o --. Pee.
Authorized the USDA
). war Invitation Is extended to boys Stingaree cinched the game In '
.
board of Dade County to request over 12 who are interested .in the last two minute ef playing will find ebb establish.ent ready to
The Electrical EQUIP cot Co. of Miamik mo pa la nn adequate __ awl
the U. S. Employment Service to scouting Scores of Homestead rooters
headquarters for senoretora, ejuutartoa., In the ohortoM time, than blames dew*.
supply Its local representative, W. The local troop Is sponsored by were among the 500 or more cash fuel pnmae, batteries ....-.... all hmn) the alt of iakor. ,.... b a'"Wow. (no.
R. Bird, with sufficient help to the Homestead Rotary Club, and customers who turned out for the oinneeted With automotive km.It...... It tor .. the farm 00 If yov are bovine
enable him to contact all growers serving on the troop committeewith clash between the Stlngarees, .nee pare and ropeln' for tiaotora, (arm. ...1&1ooIIe with four irate, orroar e

In the effort to sign them up on Dr. Andersen are Geo. .MFrlck Class A champion: of Florida Ins equipment trucks and antamvkllea.lie Brine e stream motor (mmminlrMd
farm labor contract a* a prerequisite Ceo. N. Wakefleld, W. E. last year, and the Grower who force k apart la scary,..... of the In UMM Parlor In not fnnotlonnninrooerlr. .
of ... lighting and Ignition. ..._ awl I. tack with ibis firm ka.edlatoly. .
to the Im- and
assurance Rheney Henry Brooker, Jr. won the Class B crown.
ef ear ehctrieallr driven onulpmmt, Toe win find It deeinaakkand
portation of B amana.. 1 The Homestead quintet on Friday .
Manr tractor and aate swan to Ihk let euallflrd la overt wny to kandk.
4. Appointed 'committee representing 'Mug Engel AppointedTo night almost tripled the score .II" highly. probe. the aervha avell.bleboa. ...r work In hn )Ino-oad. at tow maws..
1 I potato growers, tomato Rcdland School Post of Redland with a win of 43-15. The. Ignition. trwMn.k the keart Jed drive m .anr waw-Ad .
and bean who ..
growers grower Flernoy Loft was the spearhead ---- -
will meet tonight to make a Joint I" with seven field goals and four
recommendation to the county Miss Mary Engel this week Is foul

USDA war board a* to what replacing Mrs. E. H. Graham assecretary The) Grower will play the E-

should be don about shifting of at Redland High School Miami Sub-Chasers here tonight: "
labor and about farm wage rates Principal Carl Wagner announced

Chandler assured the meeting resterday. Mrs. Graham, the
that his board would adopt the former' Miss Mary Eleanor Williams 117[. Leonard. DukI

recommendations made by the is Joining her husband in ...... .. t" arm esaa
committees.The Durham N. C, where he is a theme.sha ... .toelrteoGLASSES of IP

and senior In medicine at Duke Uni
potato growers' wag .. wt. Mteari. fto. I
labor committee I I. composed of versity. c.R.delay: : Air CaadHtoaed I
H. L. Cox. D. P. Blake and A. F. Miss Engel, second daughter of Coanalaat Tor-e ATURNER'S
T. J. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Engel 1 of Red- .
Arthur; tomato growers,
Harris, Dixon Pierce and Cecil land Road it a graduate of Red-

Barber; bean growers C. E Eich- land High School and attended
Florida State College for WomenIn r-tr.=
enberger, David Barnes, Arlie
Craddock Russell Home, J. E. Tallahassee, \1

Campbell and Walter Peterson.

Chandler. reported on his last .
trip to Washington in an effortto

obtain Ole critically needed

Bahama worker and explained FUNERAL Tow directory U IM longer corract.. If If WM hot '
tile exact status of the new set
token .p .t the time MM nw book was ... '
up .which has placed the farm
labor question under the Jurisdiction MM cUspo** of It MW long with your et....

of Secretary of Agriculture paper Mid MM your now directory which .lYerM.j'
Claude Wickard Instead of PaulV. '
McNutt, head of the manpower 24-1 lour Ambulance Service KMsry additions and Changes In listings.

COmmlSSlOH. If you do not )UM W nvmhor, or If yov ore *

Grower hope wr alternately LADY 'ATTENDANT deuke, yQtf cell ..V9 time aWJf refs ...... to yew M..
raised and dashed this week by
(conflicting report on the labor Phone 270 Homestead, Fla: directory u....... of asking In'.......... '

controversy. Solution of the problem Avoid ed11mm4. from snsmiory intleu yes ere... .

teemed Imminent over the Way cortalN of the ---.. caning without rofor .
week-end when Washington dispatch .
ring to the directory .*.. rotwht. .U ywsr getting at
reported that the labor-
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.
management advisory committee f.'i:' : LOANS 7 wr-g awaber.N ", -- .

of She manpower commission had + en d UPAB TRK BAST.WAT "- -.- -
recommended supplementing domeatl tmntfcd for Home t pets have .tog resolved tin imeim dine.
I labor with Bahaman Ifmcsary. Let u* ten you how to fjr
"". .
f NryP lily the t lopht s eIIAO.J
1'Imthe problem was D.uild'ln'nance your improvement oD.
dumped squarely back into he Monthly Payment and eve wall to Rose N ,...

farmer lap by word from the Plan
tfapltal that McNutt bad vetoed

the Bahama plan apparently unconvinced Stop home depredation now ;'.-SWTKM touTciiriHE HI Tcunifi [mmAtt '

that there I* insutIIn Q while quality Building Material -
Q .*** *.* ._ lr'd
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cleat domestic labor available fort -
are un IBROIlER - -
Florida fruit and vegetable (rowex J i.
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r *.

l "_ Worker have been bl'O\llh11D- .. "'.."...... """" ) :
to tile area under FSA contract MAYHEW FITZPATRICK
LUMBER ANNIE
bat County Agent C. H. Steffani CO. INC.
'a 'aM that th* labor Ut- Redland Road between Avocado and Blacayne Drive

.* E*411y growing nor Lauber. Hardware. task. Deer. TwalaHOME5TIAD I Pianoforte and'Theory

) egf reseed concern l mONK II Ifs.osmAr. Violin .,Xylophone PUao-Aceorditt

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