Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00581
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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: February 12, 1943
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00581
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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Vol. 32-No. 6 Holnetafhad Florida; Friday February 12. 19-13 Price 5 Cents

4;;Redland Already Lets Pupils Work .

Week at a Time on Crop HarvestCitrus



After Listing 11 Grievances TO 'AID FARM LABOR,CRISIS

'; NOT Public Buys New, Repairs Old Shoes REQUESTED OF DADE BOARDRedland

I As New Rationing Goes Into Effect .school board, Arthur laid fie represented .
rind Homestead schools South Dade farmers and
'FIXED FAIRLY Although a bit groggy from of: the i only "when ve can get to you" are already eroperatlng 100 per cited the lots of thousands of dollars
unexpected shoe rationing orderof 1 I| Play shoes mostly canvas af.I cent tii excusing students to help worth of winter crops while
r Sunday, Tool folk In generalare ''I fair with light leather soles, with farm work In the prevent growers, who have received not
reacting by buying shoes and'1 i(Which normally are highly popular labor crisis. Principal Carl Wagner more than 26 per cent of the
BRIEF HOLDS more shoes, a survey revealed In this area, have become a and B. M. Hindman Mid yesterday -I workers asked for are still denied
yesterday Shoe repairmen also I I drug on the market. Women are when Interviewed on their Bahaman labor
> __ are doing a land-office business, I not willing to surrender a coupon reactions to the proposal fcr organized The USES plan as worked out
I with worn footwear continuing; to I for such perishable footwear the recruiting of county{tin Miami schools, (L e, organiration I -
i Pie to rising labor.coals<< citrus pile up and delivery promised:dealers say ind are demanding school children for work Ih the Into student-worker squads otIS
':* growers are asking higher cell I I sturdier! shoe The general opin- field, made Wednesday to the with group leader) Is lot nec-
y'' ing prices that will reflect the I' j jI ion i* that such play shoes, already county school board by A. F. Ar- ea.aryln Redland Principal Wagner
parity'IIr comparable price grow I'NUTI IGNORES 'manufactured and in stock, should thur of Homestead.In said There boys have been
ers Ire entitled4 re elve under I not be rationed but should be making his appeal the working In groups of 10 all during -
the J.9ft In brief presented to used to supplement the three i : ,I the emergency, and ere remaining
OPAdministrator Prentiss DADEINVJTATION 'I pairs allowed each person under ont cf achool for a, muVk
", , Brown at a\ Washington confer- [the office of the director of ecoture 250FARMJIANDS. as a week at'a'tlmaj-! Permits,atRedtand
;" MceFeD.iJLt. itt. :.. I ,TO SEE SPOILAGE'; 'I I..Q.IWI 1 \ 11 4at l .... rover HLll.; ,.> t are- bated Klely:en ,gri- f' '..
A result Vlslhe appointment II.sils --u-lJlT c aaedsebtfr' inbths
of a sub-commit of one front I[ Paul V McNutt, chairman WiltTBEWEDTO than on scholastic standing.
each ot the citrus producing I No acknowledgment has been!i'of the war manpower commls- Neither is there any formal or-
states. This committee' tylll 'received el the formal invitation,,aloft Clifford Townsend, administrator LABOR POOL''ganisation at Homestead where
work closely with the OPA on issued Tuesday to Paul V Mc- of foo* production, and I Individual pupils making passing
all matters pertaining to the Nutt of the War Manpower Com./Mr. Brown. grades are excused for farm work.
price ceilings on citrus and with I.missicn to view at first hand the f/[ The brief on behalf of the cit.I Two Mr. Hindman said yesterday that
:tremendous spoilage of South hundred fifty agricultural
a WPB and the Department of Agriculture the new ruling such students will not be permitted -
on all related matte"which 'Florida's winter vegetable crop I, workers are expected to reach to be absent two days in succession
Dade County rocks were pointed I Homestead this week-end, E A.
due to the lack of farm labor _
have arisen through war- but will be required to
Luther L. Chandler.,... The I to as additional cause for ad-, Roberts, manager of the Redland
\ (Continued on Page Six) invitation was extended through juBtment of the ruling to the local!I Labor Supply Center said yes' attend at least on alternate school days
I In order to their
a resolution adopted by the county situation The consensus seemed ito terday. Sixty-seven such work makeup
commission be that It will take "some man-I',I ers who arrived Monday from work. '
COUNTY BOARD I agement" on the part of those Union City Tenn., Dennis, Miss, The USES plan in Miami has
In the meantime, losses are forced to walk over the local]I and Florence and Sheffield Ala., resulted In student-worker ..quall.throuhout .
ACTS TO CONFIRM I mounting daily as crops lie Untended coral rock. I I II ,were housed at the camp In cottages city schools standing
in the fields Last week '
if called to help salvage -
reliable estimates show $200001 I And there were 1 few who mlsj I ,evacuated last week by 67 upon
I families Mr. Roberts said the spoiling crops, W R.
REDISTRICTING j understood 1 Just don't see army ,
k worth of tomatoes rotted for lack
| Bird local U.S.E.SM representative,
and will be
hew 1m arrangement
going to manage one i, some
of pickers, and other crops showed -
!I comparative losses It is practically -j I young shopper lamented "I,made for housing this: new con said yesterday
A resolution restricting Dade Impossible to get hands t]sure do hate to have to do with Unaent.I A suggestion that schools bo
.t County in accordance with the for a second and third picking of I put some sugar to buy a pair of I I Mrs Laura H. Vieley of Miami temporarily closed to allow full
.i constitutional amendment voted bean fields, growers uy, and]j[shoes1! assistant area supervisor of the utilization of students was decriedby
last November was adopted Tuesday hampered by the potato price coil-j !!child protection program, visited I local principals. Of Redland'
1 by the Dade County commls- ,the camp Monday and made plans approximate 500 enrollment only
(Continued on Page Two)
sion. The redistricting becomes !|MAIL DONATIONSFOR for the tpening of a day nursery about 150 are of working age'
L effective in 1949. I 'some time next week. A competent (preferably above the ninth
t Under the provision of the TilE WEATHER WAR CHEST. I teacher appointed by Mrs. grade) and about half of these
) amendment the comml..lolcan, Official weather report of the I [Vleley, will direct the nursery are girls whose parents will notpermit I
didates will run for four-year Subtropical Experiment Station. which will care for children from them to work In the fields,
terms of ofifce in the spring of Homestead, rloridL I CHAIRMAN URGES'An two to six years of age Miss Mr. Wagner said. Of the remainIng -
ItU and Districts Four and Five, Daft In.I.... I Gals Margaret B. Kempf registered 75 boys about M can or will
(now represented by 3. Lamar|Fab. 4.. ..1 t 90-1/ 65 130.07// nurse, Is In charge of the army work, he said and of these many
Paxson and Preston B. Bird) will Feb. S _._. I as I 81 :30.01 appeal for donors to mail [camp clinic and hospital. (Continued on Page Two
be known as District Four and Feb. 6 1 88 I .7 I U8 their contributions to the War -
Miami Beach will be designated Feb. 7 .. f 88 t U I 0.07 Chest was made yesterday by f
as District Five. The numbers of I Feb. 8 I 77 I a4 130.14 Mrs Adrian Jacobs, local chairman Tomorrow Deadline for RegistrationOf II
all other districts remain unchanged hb. 9 -. .1, n 142 130.12 who reported the return of 1 t
hb. 10. I l79 130.10 only 25 per cent of the'campaign: Growers Under Crop- Bonus Plan

cards sent out. By Tuesday, the -

I' Army Base to Stage Minstrel Show ---I date day,.originally
collected she said. The campaign growers to register at the county
For Civilians School Auditorium
I has been extended until Feb. 16 agent's office for participation lathe LOCAL SURVEYOF

Lack of transportation which crop production plan offering
A minstrel show for civilianswill GROWERS SWAMP hampered personal ollcitStioni ''I bonus of $30 an acre en all LABOR CAMPS
be staged by talent from the. was blamed by Mrs. Jacobs forth acreage grown"in excess of 90'J>er
Homestead army air base on Saturday I l year's failure to equal the
Mar. 6, in the'Jeva King' KEY WEST, TEAM more than $2,000 contributed last cent of certain crop goals] County A survey of local migratory
Cooper School auditorium. There year by this area My*. Jacobs Agent Chaa. H. Steffanl Aid yes camp was made on Monday by
will be two performances 1 mati-i was assisted this l week by Mrs E. terday. A committee from the C. B. Baldwin of Washington national
nee Saturday afternoon for children -i Homestead Grower swamped J DyM and Mrs. E. A. Froacher Dade County Agricultural association administrator of the Farm
and a show at night for the Key West quintet from Monroe Cot ty collections totaled $295- Security Administration, E. S.
will farmers
assist local la
adult 1 County High Schoool S1-2J lathe 564 90 w Tuesday. This la about Morgan of Montgomery Ala. regional
The cast of 30 win be directed: game la tae local gym WedMsday 64 per: cent of the $163,600 goalfor determining such goals. director and Paul Vander
by Corp. Harry Larkin el the, night Flemoy Lott. and the 10war agencies and 22 This week local farmers were Schouw of West Palm Beach
base who bas had 25 year of, Robert Sullivan starred for the county charities and welfare receiving letter telling of the offer chief supervisor of farm labor
theater experience. The proceeds Growers, and Barber and Levy i agencies. I I which applies only to plantings supply centers.
from the minstrel show win for the visitor Others working with Mrs. Jacobs if tomatoes, string beans, The group made 1 tour of the
be'used for purchasing instruments The Clipper, army team from are W. H. Owens at Goulds; lima beans, English peas, carrots, RedUnd Farm Labor Supply Canter
and music for the base orchestra the Homestead army air base,I Mrs. Geed H. Fitzpatrick at cabbages, onion and beets during the mobile negro unit In
and for ether tnter1.aln-1 trimmed the All-Stars, $6-33, Princeton, and Mrs. A. D. Fogle the period between Feb. I and Homestead, and the negro camp in
ment projects I'for the town team. al Nacaoja. Sept L I Could


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Paee Tcrtp HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Fridiy. February 12, 194

*': .Colorado Trucks Buy Miami In ISM from Titusvffle. Bird on Way Back ,4,
'!Fla.. where he was engaged In
I From
INSERVICE" At Fanners' Market Washington
: OURJEN" the dry goods business Mr. Budgewas

first president of the Miami Chairman to
Prestjn a Bit
1 l Trucks from a* far west as Pioneers and retired secretaryand *
t was the Made County '
Colorado and from all other commisskw >r*,
"" ., << sec- treasurer of the E. B. DouglasCo. expected home
(tions of the country are buying yesterdayWashington -tress
He Miami
was postmasterfrom
where he had
: James Winton Hathaway t* spending a six-day furlough(produce at the Florida City State ItOO to 1112. and was anhonorary Mayor Cliff apwiied
I with his parent, Mr. and Mrs. C. Farmers' Market Demand for member of Biscayne Retder *fl
I Now Second LieutenantJames I Miami 1n an effort to
M. Redd. This J* hi* first trip I produce I* picking up daily', Mar- Ledge F. and A. Ml His brother, con

f home since he enlisted 10 month.A" ..ketmatter C & Phillips said the late Frank Budge,..established government agencies of the Beets.}'
Winton : sfty of continuing construction ,
; Hathaway, son .
. yesterdayThis
Pfc. Redd .
. came by plane Miami rst-hardware store
of Mr and Mr*. Frank O Haiha- from his week squash-prices made the Riekenbacfcer causeway (B
at Pueblo, Colo.
way of Goulds has Just been commissioned and will make the return trip in I a big Jump to 13.SO a bushel and The survivors beside cayM-Virglnia Key causeway),
a second lieutenant at tike manner.Pvt tomatoes arc selling,at .HM a Mrs. Waldin. his wife. Mrm:'Gussi Mr Bird pointed out thatis

the Antiaircraft Artillery School bushel Beans also show,a priceincrease. D, Budge of Miami ",son. John desirabl-" order to
t In Camp Davis, N. C. Budge of West Palm Beach and the ,waste of that portion of
Walter !. Braaam who is '
U. Hathaway entered the school a daughter Mr Catherine. project already; rermpleted. _
the U S. Marine ordnance
'Oct 24, 1M2. He is a graduateof school in Quantico,' Va.I Two Men Are Injured Wolff of Chattanooga. Job la abort only t per cent oft
Redland High School.Sgt needed material and U-
write that be la learning much In 4
a a a HighwayAccident CANNING CLASS DIVIDED now available, in Dad County I
that will be of use to him after I
ar frown by the government I
Eldred Deweese the is The class or 20
war over Clarence canning women
Lynn and David A. advised federal authorities
Forced to( Save Money a I QuaJIIottheRedJandFarmLaborSuppl who have been putting up food In only: things needed now, bean ;
Pit Lloyd Cash who enlisted Center the Future Farmer clubhouse under
) received painful priorities and
in the United States Marines the direction of Miss Bertha
This to one place that I can injuries at 1 p. m Saturday when
three month has Hill Hausman Is divided
really save money because there ago 'safely they apparently stepped Into the Navy Recruiters Here
reached Ills Geo. N Wake-
destination scme- into two groups
fan't a thing that I can spend it path cf an automobile driven by:
for.out hft'ewrit... Aerial Photographer where In the Pacific his brother I Otis Dotson of Homestead on the, (leld said yesterday.One Mondays in Legion H
and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs. will meet weeklyfran4p.m.to6p.m.onWed
Federal I group
Eldred Deweese from highway north of town. |
Ormond Cash have been advised. Recruiter J H.
The two men were admitted to NKy
son* place In the Pacific to his ;
a a I I nesday and Friday afternoons and .
James and i B Hall specialists
mother, Mr* Ossie Maney of Archer Smith Hospital
Homestead. "I am sending you Corp. Grady Walters, son of Mr Lynn was released after treatment -'.t the other will meet from 7pm. clan, are at legion Hall an day]
Mr and .In. C 3. Walters Is to 9 p m. on Tuesday and Friday to '
for and bruises each Monday accept
cuts Mr.
.280 this time. This is the first I
serving with the army In Africa. I I.nights. menu of 17-year-olds and me W]
tone I have been paid since I . Quails, more seriously injured, ; *
left the States , I / was removed: on Sunday the 38-M croup O14J
-By the way. I forgot to tell' Lionel Van Winkle, former to the FSA hospital Regional Heads to Show Mm from II to 38 are'not tow] ,
Redland boy, who has been overseas Glade aner-a-j being taken by the recruiter.""
you in my last letter that I had War Action Film to Post
for several months i* now
made sergeant . If I can just I
back at his base in Norfolk, Va.
stay out here long enough to savea Girl Begins Course i I'fional'' Odom Succeeds Gate<

little and also stay in one piece For Auto MechanicsMiss : !i;:ground Lt.Vitt observer Smith officer, of the As Local Station Agefr| -
I sure will be glad"Pit.
. JIcNlJTT Miami air defense region,and Sergeant -' :
Gatewrod who for
C H. yeai.
I Lucille Driggers of Na- Stone will be
II speakers at a
S. L- Kendrick Jr. -.t has served at went for be Florida
(Continued from Page One) ranja U the first woman to enroll meeting of all observers of the.' East Coast railway in Homestead
Completes AAF Course ing which prevent their paying for training in the course for I Redland observation post Tuesday -
transferred to the Princeton
1 I I automobile mechanics which night In the Redland school was
the high wages prevalent for picking wi i office on Feb. L He U succeeded
Seymour Field. N C, Feb. tomatoes and other crops with being taught by Art Gude in !suditcrum at 8 o'clock, announces here S. G Odom who hat

'.-Pit Sidney U Kendrick, 'no price limit, potato vocational agriculture building 1 I the Rev M. E. Mer'ehief observer -: served by here while tSf Gatewoo

Jr' son of Mr' and Mrs. S. L ,faced with a serious labor aJtua-1 The class began with 12 students I; of the post vacations. -
Kendrick of HomesUad Fla, was I Monday night Ceo N. Wakefield I was away on \
The officers will also show anew lib Odom live in Princeton,
graduated this week from the official Washington hesitates reports. ;: war action film. II | and prior to caning here was
aviation mechanics course at this to announce a settled policy,! Both men and women aver HI i
Attendance Is limited to members agent it Camp Murphy, tha army!
branch of the Army Air Forces apparently In the belief that South I are eligible for the three-hour, cf the post and prospective signal corps school north of West
classes which will be held five!
Technical Command
Training Florida Is not using efficientlyits u member '
At Seymour Johnson Field he available labor night a week for eight week Palm -2
supply, crops 1- ---- - ----
studied airplane maintenance and are rotting in the fields and the :The scarcity of skilled mechanics

repair From this school of the importation of Bahamans Is !prompted organization of the t

Technical Training Command still hanging In the balance Mr. course, Mr. Wakefield said.Mrs.Waldin'stBrother. I DOUBLY SAFE!

coma an unending stream of sol Chandler said last night O
| Drive carefully of corps
dier-mechanics to "keep 8ft fly

big." Most graduates proceed to Is Buried in Miami' But tarry protective Auto On-

a tactical units of the air forces on I PUPILS YORK" .I .. sunnce-certainly! There are !

f.fhtmg frcnts throughout the .. I Funeral service for Harry C form*-and amounts' of Auto

world A few are retained to instruct (Continued from Page One' ) I Budge. TO, Miami pioneer, were!II Onsurance expressly: suited toycur

future students. have after-school Jobs that they held Tuesday at 2 p m. in the needs, and We will
Pet Kendrick a graduate of are reluctant to give up for temporary chapel of a Miami funeral home I c
Homestead High School, was Inducted explain-freely. Feel free to
employment The situation I by Mr Nell Wilson, reader of,
at Camp Standing on July in Homestead is similar, Mr. the First Church of Christ, Scientist -! ask us to1 i
21 Before entering the service he Hindman said. I \
Burial followed in Miami
was employed by the Fuchs Baking The school board I
Wednesdayasked ,City Cemetery
Company in South Miami. Mr. Arthur to complete his I, ).II''. Budge brother of Mrs B. LoisEDWARD STUINGMALTOB

plan for the schools cooperationin :;:A. Waldin of Homestead died Lame re a-.tras
Pvt Kindrkk's bride, the for- alleviating the farm labor crisis __ c...
i I Friday at his residence at 323 N.
mer Miss Louis Parent, returned and present It at the meeting ofthe I'B. 27U St in Miami. He was a Phone Stl.J Florida City Fla.

Sunday from a two-week visit board next Wednesday native of Urbana O.. and came to
with him at GoMsboro N C. nearCamp ------ .
Seymour JohnsonHe I.IT - .

is now sent to a factory -I II

School In Nashville
a a

Sgt. Ceo- Henderson I


Ceo.. M. Henderson, son of

Mr and Mrs. F. M Henderson

of Princeton left Wednesday noon

for Brooks Field San Antonio
0 O .
i Tex to resume his duties as director -

of the cadet personnel

clerical department

While here on furlough Sgt Consult about :
us fertilizer '
Henderson was honor guest at a your requirements , .

chicken dinner given at his home ..
by his parents on Friday evening for the coming year. I r
The others present were: Clyde'

J. Henderson Coral Gables, a I .. I

.can student Airways navigator Sgt.of Pan-Ameri-I i ry.' Due to government regulation and shortages I t tI

of the army air :
Field and Sgta. W. I . :. of I
sevp.i' materials Yr-e will not be able to :
y & Burkey, Ed L Rig hole and E.
R MuUina cf the Homestead army

4 air On baa Tuesday*. Clyde .J. Henderson I .make ALL r f our regular mixtures, But we will I'

was Restaurant luncheon to host his at brother Dinner Key Sgt do out best to ,supply as near a* possible what

Henderson, his enothtr. Mrs. Hen- by

-. and Me. and Mr*. Cnas. . . . : ..
,will need.
G. a* of Coral Gables.Ffe. you .. :
a a .

'J.- Redd, aviation mechanic j'

-with the army air tortes

"Dr. Leech VI. Huktai Florida East ,Coast Fertilizer Co.j :

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"cons"Nrias :=.*"" I IIt. II Telephone 16 FRANK R RUE. Manager Homestead Fla.r "'

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Friday, February 12. 19-13 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Paris Three

1 Schroeder f and ct &*-. Glenn
1I[I and Helen Muted Air Cadet o r Dates With Uncle Sam I
!ward Arnold of the Pan ,,,
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In and Around I II -
; Mr and Mrs. W. L. Ttodal : Stamp No. 11. food '. I.The Japs control c ur source
Jacksonville arrived Tuesday I remains valid until |lot rubber. There to no new rubber
I I make their bane with Mr i yet What we have must do the
Homestead Mrs. E TIsdale. enormous war job of transportation. -
I Stamp w u good tank all
Jeeps, ,, plane, require -
Mr and air John Shaw & March 21. In- rubber. The tire of our own
to Key Largo Monday. pound per person truck must also be saved for es.sential
weeks, tot ration to deliveries..
Mia Martha Close eldest,
Lieut and Mrs J. Brous per pence every, 2. Public transportation system
daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. E
moved to Homestead last must be saved for necessary
.. I* now operating gyroscopic B. W tires* Ser rr travel for workers
I : en their way
instruments at Easters Airline .. Period No. 3 cou
Mrs. W. F. A. Robertson to and from their Jobs effort
the Feb. It On Jan JO,
In Miami where she i> only'
girt who works on the artificial A pot luck upper win be held friend In MUml Sunday becamealid,' where time la an Important element -
horizon tL I Wednesday In the Community until April (. for those who bato travel
Church, to which everyone to in Mrs. Harry Defiler to I too far for walking.LEAEN .
vited. her husband in Key West : March 21-No.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Strider and A book expire. Feb. FIRST AIDE'ft'1
Mrs. Strader' daughter Miss 1 his date for B and C
H. J. Derbyshire IIII at Mines Betverty. Genevieve
Melba Van Winkle, have movedto i home this week Beatrice Cline attended a have tire inspected I month, more and more of :
2* S. w. Eighth St.. Miami. doctor and will leave
Methodist conference In )( *, garages and tire our nurse
Miss Van Winkle to now employed Min Helen Schroeder was ill at Sunday. 31-deadUne- A our communities to care for our
to the Red Cross Drug Store. her home Tuesday. tire Inspection. Aghter*-will give their service
abroad and In the* training camp ,
Mrs. Minnie Austin of MiamiIs James R. Black of the Seabeea, JAMES ARCHER SMITH : Program of our own country. It to quite ;
spending the week with her who to stationed at Gulf Fort HOSPITAL NEWS effect March 1. Be- possible that In 1NJ half of our
son-in-law-and Mr. and 21, sale of an doctors will be caring for the
daughter Miss, was a Monday dinner guestof Mrs. Deneston Rivers and'
Mrs. Johnson. ration list will be armed forces! This mean less and
Howard Mf and Mrs Fritz Schroeder Infant daughter were :
Mr. Black returned... bit baa from James Archer Smith I an eight-day period. less medical car for dvWa_
.Mrs. W. H. Christy win' Wednesday, after visiting relatives pita to their home..in open u usual. more and more necessity for the
today for Evansville Ini; 16 Redland fora week.TfsVifitoo'ScSooVm . en Wednesday | other foods except prevention of needles UI c-.
a' vIa*: with be. ,bIDtbeI'- > : .Wrs} nary Ketor.tf'a" new ration list. Civilians must know bow to care
,'and lister; Vf.; aodiKrs:'K"U.Kindman. ] Ir ')Miami, pMit;; ''.- for War' Ration for minor Injury and sickness la'
: .. < Sunday* . : - .Mr*.'?'Franco'Tucker ol begin on Monday their own home Any citizen who
... , ', a aedkel.petienV was ...... wilt-test six dart taken a course la Horn Nursingand
:Carol liogeeti.. ""teot Mr. i ) te tafeVWagnar':was a friday Wednesday -. II Chauncey Butler, First Aid will help to win the'
and Mrs.:James Roberts,' has bean, lover-night gfcesrot Hrs/Jes* I'Chafc W. Myers e.*.. ; and 1
visitmg her-uncle.-and; Mmt.LL lie Wagner of Miami. .. Wednesday 1 upenntendeot.' Florida of school pub- the Horn Front. .
and Mr*.'Paid Mitchell,"In.Miami Baby Watkins. Infant aoo
assist In the regis
Beach. Mr. Had Mra.U Chas of Slaw Mr.'and Mrs. Bernard Watkins SHOPPING TIPS
(, were Sunday guests of Mr. receiving medical treatment I '
Kiss Mildred'Thompson MI- *bd'Mirs. Fritx'Scbfoeder. IL E. Obersbain of Florida coupon are as roe Your ..pets* and .-.....
ami spent the week-end with heruncle to a medical patient money and should be ....... fine whenever yes tam
and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. W. Mr. and Mrs. J. U Arnold their Mrs Ethel Power was rel the same amount When you buy foods that takea
H. Booth at their home on N. W. Son. Horace, and daughter Juan- ed Wednesday after medical lot of point, or several different
Eleventh st I Redland. and children Linda and ment : : The Manpower i rationed Items at the same time
iU. Mr. and Mr*. J. R. Black of R. E. L Pryor mas admitted baa Issued a directive I use the high point-sump first
Billy Loaner young son of Mr Lillian and Mr. and Mrs. Fritz a medical patient Wednesday.The : map cf draft I Dont use more tamp than you
and Mrs. Paul Loaner received infant twin daughter at certain "non... i need to make up the amount. For

treatment Friday at James Archer liTI, To.lIomestead.-" ".., ., . . ..... Lt and Mrs. K S. Bell may : after April I. example, for a It-point purchase,
Smith Hospital for a, gash In his released from the hospital 1. the draft aft, handi- use two l-polnt stamp.--not threeS
forehead. Girl Scouts Linda now weighs five I married women 'sand a 1.
.. .. ., .. Glenda San low point-stamp. for
'''''''' ' " '" l' two ounces ..., and all other your
Mrs. Roy A. Darby has returned four pound thirteen ounce, can learn to do war low-point foods you ny want to
from Vidalia, Ga., where she was By Jeyr Walker, Scribe to contact their buy later la the month.

called by the illness of her father.T. Mrs Skill, girl scout captain, Silver Palm MethodistsTo Emplcxment Service Remember: Ycur grocer wilt
E. Sikes, who died Jan. 21. went with the girls on a campIng sate .the nearest not be able to give you change for
trip last _k. The girls Hold Basket \ Training is given ,sUmpa.Shep.
Mrs. Clara Stead has been ill rode their bikes and Mrs. Skill ,. and then Is no]I I early ta the day-*na*>
several days this week. earned all the bed-roUs and the An old-fashioned basket t'y Co at once! early U eke week.
cat. Dopie. in the car five milesto will follow the morning IeI'I Shopping will take longer because -
Mrs. A. R. Bishop of Largo the camp-cite in the country. at the Silver Palm RATIONING! you will have to plan andfigure
Fla,; and her daughter Margie, Connie Campbell and Barbara Church Sunday, announces your. bopping In money
and Cecil D. Stuart of Ubdesto. Home planned the menu, nosebags Rev. M. E. Myer. pastor of adopted point ration- sad points.
Cat, are guest of the Rev and I l' fcr Wednesday lunch and aonepot church. reason, because it is It will tab :your grocer longerto
Mrs.' R. E. Hastings. Mrs. Bishop meal cooked over the Each f.milya asked to kind of ration- add up your bill because he
and Mr Stuart are a sister anda camp fir for Wcdneslay night its ordinary Sunday dinner the purchase must figure out how much you
brother of,Mrs. Hastings. Mavia Crow brought her cat out extra trouble or expense Item in a group of I owe him In money and In points.
Francis. She did not like Dopie. Silverware as well as coffee *. Ancther 'reason I) And he will be helping you figure
B. T King ha* been ill for After supper Connie Campbell limeade will be furnished by the kind of rationing !t out the best way to use your
several days. Dot Luke Joyce Walker. Sally I committee In charge, but everyone the greatest stamps.
Suber, Betty Byrum and Gypsle family to expected to bring t.f choice; we You will save time for yourselfand
Sgt and Mrs. J.: L Wlmberley Howard were initiated into the I plates and cups or to bring points for any one I your grocer If you hop earlyIn
have taken rooms at the home of K. K. M. K. ware and wash it at home of fends within a the day and early in the week
Mr. and' Mrs. ,J. E. Close Sgt We sang songs and told stones I The pute r'. topic will be And It Is the most ( when stores are not so crowdedand
Wimberley I* stationed at the and then we sang Up*. Love of Christ" Sunday : of rationing be- |- If you shop for several
army air base. During the night we had a bad to at '10:19 and worship sen" the greatest _ur- Bays at one time.
thunder storm and the rain came .t 11.Miss. play an even start, Leave the late shopping hour
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Baughan I through the,windows and we had for every 'for war-workers and other who
of DUlard. Ga, have arrived to,to put lent over us. After the I (Continued on Page Six)
Ann BrownTeaches
spend their twentieth winter In excitement was over we slept Mary
Homestead. soundly till morning.We at : AND CARET If* sasaaaia trm It be
i had an early breakfast so t &IIttIt If yes save yes are
Ralph Andrew ha returned !1 Mavis could go to work. One Miss Mary Ann Brown to plain and simple artft,. War BMCS arts ye*
from Hocate where ht visited hi1 group played while the two cook stituting for Mrs. Clarence walking and carry to save aid beta to save I
grandfather dnd grandmother, Mr. were preparing dinner In a bird a* instructor in English and Mrs. W. H. Montgomery. walk w* saw a dove, a cardinal science at Redland High School.O j jI I i seat every far *ay.
a bird and warbler. ..
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We gathered fruit for ambrosiaand ,
D. TANNER practiced rope tying. I I
We cooked supper and cleanedup 1 .I
IWrOMI TAX rONSnTAXTtUt then broke and rode EXPERT i
FLA our bike hem I -

I .......................-.......... frog Dopie and cleaned Iizarda.I up. all the insects," BARBERING i iIIaIrnt $


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arranged for Home (Medleald.a.- AID J
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the ABC Monthly Payment Fa6w Me N+ontrasoa .... ey
racial Pack Ise .. ,roar save abooolo%
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. 1145w It is affirmed y** war has :.'
MARY naaELL ICKtMlOIf made such inroads on the list of
i 11- ad seems Dad County physicians that '

there 1s now but one to each 1,500

U DO. C..ts$1:"satrw . .
at Dodo o-.er. _ 'IM&a.
No other Florida product has ,, .
M many variation In its spelling
."". .. 5.05.4 .1.00 rail 'Net'r.aa has
It ill*; .f .... *M 01'.. at ai ,oor.iptie, the tuberous root r t
tI-'. rbrida sedn IN aft 01 of .wild plant growing from St '.'. \:
1 ra.ea .. I.ft.
Augustine to Cape Sable region .. t'
erg These variations in spelling are: ',' ,.

Talt of an Unsung HeroBr d5. jcomptea, lomptie oomph, coun- ic
tee coon e and coontia; and f !!l
I AiuU Mar__ Pitspstrk k.: sometimes a k. Is substituted for f
'T.,.. Mid h. drank too much the e. It % also variously known ,; ,'
uid lost hit place. as Florid arrowroot and white .;' .
f That shamed his ion and h* root Theloneers of Dade made
grew red of face flour of1, noon!) for familyuse
When he heard all the thing but : 19 In quantities large I t
hit dad had den. enough t ship to Key Wilt for
But here I* a vouciied-for yarn read ca! .
that I heard spun: .

'T",.. years ago when tinwt P jpl* who complain about the

were cruel hard long time it is taking to drive 'I
And men were gathered morn the Axis power out of Africa :
ings at the yard w MA.wrAail should co suit n map the. Associated .
To beg for work and stress Press furnished Its patrons.
tacit dire need.
Comparing, the 1,200 miles along
And one wu there who had
the north African
coast with the
u nine mouths to feed. U. S it .'wed that the distance .
'( The power that were Mid to from Alexandria, the old Egypt
that _calll'cl soak
Ian city, to Tunisia would reach "
"w*U that and
oust one place
from New York to the corner of
you neath hllok..
You'll pull hit load. Twill net Iowa. .,
k you twenty buck." .
The oldster looked them o'er A fashion' note says women

and Mid, "Oh shucks." may"soon be'wearlna ,cll't8II1'
i Ha turned aside, disdainfully made of skimmed ,milk. Would "

he1 pat, I n't that be'lu.t a'little, Ihjn., .far- ,,
And then he Mid, "You know a,northern- :winter? -
111 not take that. '
1 A paiue-"He has nine mouth. President Tlgert of the Univer-,
i to feed." Mid he eity'-of Florida.ays'the war has '

Then e'er, his shoulder flung, J.Ta.a, t 411,001-40 reduced that institution* enroll:
"There only one of me." mont, by I.OOO. .
0 .' '. '

ct the. two ,of them that he has field r C Little and J M Bauer I, The railway employees eight ,A.'

', Not a Glamour Job 'I 1 hardly bad time to*drive Fuchs'delivery ejoyed a horseshoe game Monday brotherhood have liked for a 36 .,'

wagon . afternoon" per cent Increase In wage If and
Something new hat been added 20 Years I -"M. P. Wollam has begun WMn Leona Helena Hinman when they get it, who will bepassed ,
to the ,varied duties of the navy construction of a commodious six- mother of Henry Hinman, next In line?
remitting service according to an.nnDllat room frame residence on ten away at 10 o'clock Thursday night. .

from'u.ut. M C.,I ft* frstoihi *M. *n *** I acre he recently purchased at the home of her son near Na- Those who have regarded Australia -
; Isms hew Ilea d .. which he Intends to make his ranja. She had been a patient a* a mere pinhead the
meau.ad ISM. It
Rhodes Jr. charge of -
officer In
a. W 145.5. ... home'"The sufferer for several months and I globe might be enlightened by a
the South Florida area, which, -sea AIM 0.!. If, ..... who, w temporary water plant the end was not unexpected . .{statement of one of It* eminent

Mated that all women, betweenthe constructed at the town hall to Mrs. Hinman was from Ohio and 'men that It ii nearly as large a*

age Gf 20 and 3* can now rnnmr.mml1llmJl n m1i car for the need of downtown about M yean of .,e." the U. S. and that "it ha better

apply at the navy recruiting Italian -: business houses was completed housing, more food,. cheaper
in Miami to enlist in the Jinn I*. uu"Twlna this week . The water come Not hi Society clothing and. more freedom than '

WAVES. I by name R from a deep well driven In the.. Lumberjack: Wiiafa them any other country." On of my
Thousand of applicant are Ruth arrived at the home rear of the town" hall . ," things you're unpackln' there?" I memories of the New York world

needed, Lt. Rhode Aid, to relieve' Peterson at Redland "Homestead Growers Association Merchant (holding up a pair):'fair I 11 the' magnificence of Aus-
regular navy men from there Malions young ladies seemed It getting off about five carloads "They're pajamas." traUa' wool display,

ao that they may take up this new world. of tomatoes this week . Lumberjack: "VThaf pajamas 1I .
moreurgent' duties In the fleet -"It may be a whole M. C Hardee Farm got off two for?" It occur to ne that a whaleof
With the exception of a few but It'* not too late to 'can a* did the Williams packing a lot of copper could be sam
simple qualification, no special the arrival cf a girl at house . ." 'Merchant: "Night" clothes. Want. 'if the big storm would do sway
skill or experience U required of Oosaman' home Monday Fe'1.23.. to buy a pair? with that "11.41, I7e and 1.28
the applicant. She mint be between week. Lumberjack: "No, I'm social tomfoolery In their prices. Who

20 and M yean of age, be i "Born to Mr. and Mr*. -"A party composed of C, T. rounder. When meat comes wants to be lured by a penny or
a cltlaen of the United States, be McKay on Friday, a Fuch, Sr. C. T. Fuchs. Jr., Richard i,11'0 to bl'd"-W.ll Street Journal-1 two?
of good repute In her Community 'who has been named Wanda and Fred Fuch and F. H. : I
and have no children under IS guerite." Redd spent Sunday at Cape i

yean of age. ''Roy Rcbert report Sable, digging clams and fishing I .Onr'Great.Amerlca"-tc:s rsi
The WAVES wear the, Mm rival of a son at his proud.'I They got all the clams they could
navy blue, win the Mme rating, day." carry to just a little while. . .. > :.l

and ears the came pay a* the -"Mr*. M. C. Redd and =Marshal C'D. Bryant broughtin oatri AWti t thf11t '
bluejacket on the fighting fronts ter, Mn George Williams three blind tiger Monday. ,'t /

of the world. At navy bases period next week from -W. H. Johston I 11 having his ARM or CHIA
throughout the continental United Carolina to visit with the" home painted"A . / a ua
Stat... WAVES are needed to do brother for a few month otttetrq
daughter was born to Mr. ALA
all type of office work to be Redd Is their mother." I Mrs. Pittman of Gould Sun J

trained for radio communkatin* -1_ M. Mobky of ., la the Post Graduate hospital" IANlilyftMl jaltsolrltt
and storekeepmg and tome are ton, Oa. 79, died at the D. ecas ,
"Phillip Ream ha been MlMwxiC" AND.
needed Important post In mechanic his granddaughter, Mrs In smile' since Sunday mccnssW. 4"r
and aviation ground work UcEwen, Sunday He .. : r S. f r Ar.pIT101jTiR
a bouncing
girl arrived at tto 1 ewuA+tacuti,
a* operator of the Link Trainer visiting in Homestead home." < 1/M10 RR6MVi
teaching fledging navy pilots the months'Triends. i" -"P. B. Bird and-wife are In
2"99 AAEA
of Mr .
principal flying. surprised : cDriU. at the bedside of Mr to %
Women who can meet the Physical Miller at her home '* ,father who I* very Ill" IO AIrlK7My araa a.R -.!
and educational requirement Frank Skill sang l -" . The following were se tRf MR 6xrYtWy
for enlistment In the WAVES will The guest were: Mr. and a* members of the volun
And that navy training will M Van Marten, Mrs. J. V. I Are department: Ceo. L.
them In a few short month for Mark Nabon. Mr. and Mr* Murray, A. c. Deputy Dean Bax
the post where they VIII be the michael Mr. and Mrs. : & I. Joiner, C T I'uclIa. Jr.
! greatest service to their country Ridgeway. Mr*. Mary TuMr. McKInstry, Tom Welch, J. H Mon
and to themselves, Lt Rhode Skill Mrs. Reed Mu John George, G. La-
said, but the Job will not be an ce Davis and Mr*. J. E. [ I aloft" Craw Joe L. Burton. K. L.

1 easy one. It' *not a part time .... 2. in Jr, Cecil Hook and E. E. "T5 ICY LAN Ttv a a SACStyor aoN, a U g, ..r.stem j jt
glamour Job-it not meant to Carter.About
be. If* full time and all bard -"K. S. Anderson t* fifty neighbors and
work. Ifl a Job designed for the 'over the arrival et a .. of Mr. and Mr. Fred Hears ?! .txt11RAOg_ s LttS t ttr
sort of woman who loves America I ler . ." \ ' them with a tacky'
i TN
and honor tM'-a' who are -"Y.+ they were both \ Tul'tIda11II.. , f iANDRdi Z"I Me ,
fighting to keep It true.w Brother field has been ao -"H. B. HolUxv 0. F. Butter- use tiwais c

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r . Social Events in South Dade . . . II

I LlUlsn Theda Proctor became -
-- the'bride of Otis Cleveland -

Min Edrth Helyn Bevli and Mrs: Wilson IIhe youngest Leper In simple ceremony performed The new Army Air Bas Orchestra 'I Charlie Roark, a professional

Staff Sgt James Garnet Wilson daughter and Mr. and Mrs. J. R.I'I Saturday afternoon In will make Its initial appearance I ventriloquist and novelty entertainer
BevU of ,Homestead who attended /
Key West. who has appeared en the
at I:30 Saturday
were married at the Valentine Day
the wedding: She was graduated -
bride wore a white street I stag throughout country: win
evening in the parsonage'of the from Homestead High dress W'th white accessories dance for enlisted men of the give his Punch and Judy show

Central Church of Christ in.Miami. School in June and is now employed I Mrs Loper came her six yean which will begin at T:SO p. i tor, adults Saturday evening tot

The ceremony WM performed in the Homestead army ago from Cordele, Oa. and attended m. Tuesday In the USO clubhouse.For .I'the clubhouse. Light refreshment

by J. Roy Vaughap, min air base. I the local schools. She is the most part, formal dress I t'i will be supplied by members of
Sgt. Wilson,' son of Mr. and, now employed at the Homesteadarmy will be worn fly the girls Special I'the I Redland Neighborhood Club
ister. Mrs. Monroe Wilton of Radland i air base, refreshments arid favors are I and a dance wilt follow the entertainment. -
. The bride wore a navy bluetwopiece ama here'with his parents In'' Mr. Loper, ton of Mr. and Mrs. planned. beln'l t

? street dress with whiteJacceisorln. 1939 from Cadus, Ky. He is stationed U A. Loper of Naranja attendedthe Tonight service man will ii1 I Three other February parties' ti
Her flowers wen with the army air forces I Redland schools and Is now tertained by Ad Astra Chapter o! 'i ire planned for men at the bans
: yucca lilies. In Miami Beach. employed at the Central Service[ the O. E. S. In an informal get- I Women of the Sacred Heart
Station. together. Old fashioned tames,I t I Jhurch: will entertain on Feb. 22;
( : They are making their home musical numbers and singing women of the First Baptist
with the bride's father L. T. around the piano are planned. lurch, on Feb. S3: ; and the
K MISS MAIDA FRENCH AND JOHN P. BUTLER' Proctor, In the Hausman building Cookie and fruit Juice will be Vomin's Club of Homestead, on

1 -- "erved. !'eb. 28.
The marriage of Miss Maids Mrs. Butler Is the daughter of ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED ,
LT. AND MRS GRINTMALCm 'or laymen as doctors and nurses }
the late Mr. and Mrs. C. D. French
French at James Archer
of AmariUo,'Texas. She was graduated Mrs. Harold C. Lumkln Is announcing : BARBECUE SUNDAY ':.,* being called into service.
Smith Hospital, and John P. But. from the nurse? training the engagement of her Lt. and Mrs. Louis H. Grinthal The next lecture will be held

ler was solemnized' by Dr. Glenn school in Wichita[ Kan., and later daughter Louise Elisabeth Dear- were hosts at a barbecue Sunday :f''b. 24. after which the Instruction
S. James at 3 o'clock Saturday completed a course in pedl- ing, to Charles Daniel Robertson; afternoon at their home en Na- will be put Into actual pray
afternoon in the White Temple atria at Children's Mercy Hospital son of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Rob- ranja road. j I I ice. All persons interested are
ertson. No date has been set for and I urged to attend these talks.I .
Miami. :
in in Kansas City i The guests were MaJ. Mrs.
The bride wore a green tailored Mr. Butler a machinist' at the the wedding. Arnold Brecht, Msj. end Mrs. More workers are needed for
suit with black accessories anda Homestead army air base, came Miss Dearing has made her, Sari: Godwin.'Capt. anrt.Mrs. J. the station Mrs. Frank Skill, cap-
corsage of gardenias. here form Drew Field Tampa. home here since early childhoodand i I Brennan, Lt.: and Mrs. F. Thomas I Itain, reports. Even those who
----- attended Homestead schools. Mr. and Mrs. Trepte Mr. and I( have not had first aid are In-
The bridegroom-elect, graduateof J An. Jack Jackson, Miss Johnnie vited.
I .WOMAN'S CLUB NAMES, COMMITTEETO Homestead High School is stationed I
>w Andrews, Lt. C. G. Brown,
PLAN_ DANCE FOR ENLISTED MEN with the U. S. Coast Guardin Lt. Stein Lt. R. Ly'nbach and Lt MISS MABLE RUTH POPE
West Palm Beach. I
Johnson. ,
At a special meeting of the 'stove, new ice box and two floor The Calendar DR. ROBINSON REVIEWS Mill Motile Ruth Pope was re-
Woman' Club of Homestead 'on .lamp had been bought, that the FIRST AID FOR I cently hostess to I group of
Monday. night Mr*. Walter Weiss Interior of tae building had been I POST friends at a wiener roast at the .
and Mr: H. K. Foulk were' appointed painted, and,.'that new draperies Fib.. I' -Work meeting rt Dr. Carl P. Robinson, supervisorof ham of her parents. Mr. and '
to make arrangement for were being made. Homestead Home DemonstrationClub. Division One reviewed the entire Mrs J. R. Pop Later the group '
first aid book at the mcetng \'
attended the theatr
the dance which the club wl1llve Hot chocolate and cookie were
In the USO clubhouse on Feb: 27 served by. the hostesses, Mrs. Feb. IS.-Meeting ot University of .the Homestead first aid Those present were: Mrs. Pope '
for enlisted taea'of. the, armr.'airbUt : Weiss and Mrs.: Jacobs. Club In surgical dressings rooms. station Wednesday, night' He Ulustrated' Mrs. J. Lee Smith Miss Pope"
: Present 'were:' Mr.. A. F. Arthur Feb. 15-Meeting of Junior lelur'wlth. lad- Miss Ana Shakteford. Mis Dorothy Ii
A Contribution was made by Mr*. J. F. Hammett, Mrs.P. Woman's Club with Mrs Olin dents from real life Moon, Wise Francis Byrd
the club to the War Chest. Mr*. J. Franklin Mrs F. M. Kent, Wright Bone structure the circulatory MiA Virginia[ Stewart IX Alan
Adrian Jacobs Mrs. E. A. Buchanan Mrs. B. F Green, Mr*. A. L Feb. 16-USO Valentine Day system, shock, WKonsclousne**, & Lctohtenberg, Pfc. James
and Mr*. Weiss, the committee Campbell, Mrs henry Rueg, Mrs. danoe. broken bones, and : treatment for Brown,' Staff! Sgt Roy Edward. }
appointed some time ago Harry CromwsU Mrs. Foulk Urs. Feb. I -Meeting ot W. S. C. S. poisons were discussed by Dr. Sgt. Douglas Duba**, Joh Pope. "f
to purchase needed equipment far Buchanan, Mrs ,Weiss and Mrs Circle Three at tame of Mrs II Robinson,' who emphasised the Warn Morrla. and J. La Smith ...
the clubhouse, reported that a Jacobs. L. Brawn. special need ot first aid training Jr. ,a
Feb. Presbyterian Auxiliary

I. [ entertainment at USa .i
Feb. -Meeting of HomesteadArt ..1 .':,.::C ..VII ,':'.111. t"t_ .,.. ........ )
r MRS. A. L BURGREEN. AS ITS DELEGATE Club in Red Cross surgical i

dressings rooms. 6 6Palk

Mr*. A. L. Burgreen has been Johnson, Mrs. S. L. West, Mrs. G. Feb. 24.-Meeting of Homestead

named delegate to the April stat A West, Mir E. H. Collier, Mr. first aid station. me
convention of the Episcopal J. Tom Vann Mrs. Julia Polk,' Mar. Meeting of South Dade
Church to be held In Bradenton. Mrs. Gordon Ivey, members, and Garden Club with Mrs. H. Brock-
The appointment was made Friday Mrs. Minnie Austin and Mrs.' ett. DIXIE DRUGsLY ::
'afternoon at the Woman'i Baird, visitors. Mar. 1-Meeting of B. P. W. C .

Auxiliary meeting of St. John'i In Red Cross rooms. Theses 24 and 9141
Episcopal Church In the rectory.: ALTAR SOCIETY PLANS Mar. 8-W. a C. S study meet- L
Plans were made at this meeting .
for working with the USO In Ing.Mar.. Meeting of Neighborhood -
providing entertainment for Cross sewing was distributed : W.
enlisted Club at home of Mrs. Wl
men stationed at the Homestead by Mrs. S. J. Lynch to members i Curmyngnam.
of the Altar of Sacred Hi 31 Tooth Powder
air base. M. U.
army: Mar. 4.-Meeting ot W. ,
Those present were: Mrs. K E. Heart Church at a special IIIMtln'j Circle One with Mrs. G. A. West i See ItuR16
Schaif. Mrs W. J. dark, Mrs in the 'church clubhouse lOr. Is-W. S. C. S. study! w array. scat roes L

Geo. N. WakeOeld, Mrs. Ralph day morning I meeting. Tooth Brush f
W. Dingman, Mrs P. a Ratcliff, At this time, plans were mad
Mrs. W. K. Haasjars. Ruth Scott, for filling Red Cross kits for men! Hare s s reigg fee sal artW60011' I It
Mrs. Frank. W. StiUman.. _Mrs .service and for entertaining GIVES SLUMBER PARTY "
J. A. Hooks and Mrs. T. E, Dep- enlisted men from the,Homestead eta ea raen/rwl
Mill Francis Byrd recently entertained
pens. Army air .base* at a party In the: the Y. W. A. with a t
USO clubhouse *n Feb. 22. I .
.- slumber party. The atria attended
W. X V, CIRCLES '--- 1
MEET IN 'CHURCH, '. J-H"GIRLS;.PARTICIPATEIN the theatre. and everyone had a. IttIC iM1 A REt-SEtT1E h-t tetEart -

A stay of prayer for home missions I IIIJOCtime. oewdr
Thepresent were: Miss Mable ? ,
.ctwr.d a Mrs rrici
was announced >for Mar Sat Local 4H'Cblb girls Joined this l Ruth Pope Miss Ann Shackteford LIYn tao rolc.c kGgil I

the regular monthly business week, with those of the county; Was Dorothy Moon and the ho- .Atabl 9 t gtUL. arheadaches, des ate.
of the W. M. U.
meeting and the nation In observing national -II .... y "Owl. Iowa
yesterday: In.the church.: 4-H 'Mobilisation Week r Gave ie"C ;_ra

Mission study will be' held. In Feb. 8-t. s ISM 2s tA9t ,I
the church from 10 a. m. till 2 .
This mobilization Is for VIe GLASSES,
p. 1ft, on Feb. 23 Circle Two
was 'appointed to provide he' purpose of Inspiring members to
flower and program for March renew their responsibilities ascitizens -To Keep f
the directionof to Intensify their war effort a 1
Circle One, under Modern Charm
the leader, Mr. T. T. Bowen,, and "stimulate and spread I ctE"'ct ,
Christian public Interest In 4-H work. ', + PADS
presented a program on i FACIAL to ar
witnesses Mrs Frank Irwin resigned .1 Tb .....k.* activities will culminate 'M t
as counselor of th* Royal in an open council meeting -; Quick deligbttsl Onese .f
Ambassadors I tomorrow morning at 10 lag for make-q. .? '

Mrs. T. E. clock In Central School in F
Present were:
1CIri Miami which all 4-H their I t PALS
by. Mrs. J. V. Downs Mrs. girls | o-r- .., ,..... ;;;;t .,.: sus d
I'lch": Mrs. J. R. Chambllss. Mrs. parents and friends are invited to ..... "a beIPe.t.y.d ......... I Now L-00%
D. R.Snyder, Mrs. S. A. 1e1II.Ilra.j attend. 1 IMe ... twee i ,

E. L. Lawrence, Mrs Howard 23C
: 1 Stebb1nsI A 7-9--as
Dr. n. F.
Am com>monnBOLUB > WAS
WasM suswy Is waste i sure m cosmntt ows
Hg" Us*. Dwt waste recteis I .. . t<*t to UiM F. M. I Dr. L. W. Stebbins
| % Rees Every dens ,.. CMm I Adebalso 81% w us mi.W. Flatter 8L Miami
span ....w.. seed to ksy I' ,"lIIall' ..1 .... .t. "f,." tI'I" ;'1' 'I:
f .am_* areaal every sr day.L .. w. IT* *_ an .s_
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Pare Ri HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE: Friday February 12.1913 .
CITR USVINS portunity of receiving a price for' labor and key men In the citrus MM '....'. .- .......-<..." ...-rrunlmr. Be.... Your soldier or palter "
( high grade premlSm fruit. Since Industry. If you would help the Whoa. Bo Comes Home oa ,....... HM a Portrait Made at the

'always low grade and quality vegetable growers
(Continued from Page One) fruit lells for less than better I I would remedy labor condition in MURNOR STUDIO 1
grades and sizes the grcwera can the citrus industry
f ducers.restrictions placed on pro- never reach parity "11. That there Is no, producer II* BI_.. M, Ml>... Tot '-'N' HABIT I. MIIR.AY, ,_

i Present at the meeting were "REMEDY. It such ceilings I representation in the Office of This Studio Often Quality aad lolJ...... ll tao rkoteaTapka al Uw CM. MaApaohttaMiila

.H members of the Florida congressional would be Impracticable of enforcement Price Administration, to protect N M-j-.n Nor-In>. riaamoroat.... sad UikUnc.Wanes special AMoalloa to ,
delegation, I m 11 a r then allow an adjustment -I the interest of the grower. The
high to wholesaler the J Truly It kao .... Mid. "Your friends okulnaal* whorl You bays phokiraphlnado
j delegations from Arizona, Texas sufficiently per- retailers, the .
and California, and Maj.. John mit the grower to receive parity. distributor of food stuff and all sow buy call le" as give 11I_ at this itudlo Not every prwtocn.pkor .
... *
some photoa-raph And photo b capable '"* Obtaining feed llchtb -
d. Walker of the food administration. The present allowance of 50 I others, have people from their respective
graphs are not .._1.. either at tko ... which wins. _I. aJ* a doflart" ,
Judge Marvin Jones of cents Is wholly inadequate to Industries represented.They MUINOR tTVDIO, II* Bbrarno KM. artist ....IIb'. This audio. moro thai
rut growers, copies of which have protect the grower. I II always Icok out after their Miami which la prepared to ..rye pmt .ta say other furabkoi to the people of Uboonaiualtir !
been received here frcm Congress I "7. In establishing the calling :I interest and are usually adequately a man rfflckrat _._. a maprahmln ....... lapkotocraphr. !
man Pat Cannon of Miami, .Is as on grapefruit Juice for the, pratected. The consumer You aaa soon ben mesa awollratpkoloarapko It invites PM sow to kava
follows. first time, the Office of Price'I is represented by the lawyers in at loot ...broU pet.. your portrait Mado, for pour "torn ar for
OPA who write the regulations our reams for calling tko attoatkm af roar ,.....*. A portrait af yourself b
"From letters, telegrams telephone Administration adopted 'grade j
,and then later interpret them. Service fathom and Mothot*--oriroB not stir aa aietlkat gist but also *
culls labeling'. This should not have
personal .
; and amoOwarla, al this times Nmr kofor. want appreciated ano.Thta .
been done in the middle of the This Is always favor of the Consumer .
I *, received by us from our ,[ kai than. base a greater Mod forphotograph.ts studio kao wait -taa mlratloa of
ionstiturnt* In Florida, California 'I packing season and, besides, discounts and usually against the Motor home ai meant aa many Parents through Uw airollmt work

Arizona and Texas, ,,e haveetmpared were made for Grade C I producer. camp _10. __. dont tau ta door la auklns plotOToa and portralu of
notes and desire topresent and substandard grades, resulting 'REMEDY' Have some pro- ham a Mao portrait dado of raar mMltrar ..1101.... Whrthor It ko aa Idiot In arms
to you their grievancesand In a loss to the grower 011 i ducer representation in OPA so mum where ho romoa home oa ,.......... or a child !. """"' rU paoUtrrapkoni
'our recommendations for 20c and (Oc, respectively, per box. that before regulation ire issued Of __, tKo studio k prepared ah*, for i to poaMoa that happy faulty ofealckflis
I the at least hIve the runt and awl oo.ll/ work ,. this them In the mast Natural and
relief."I. "REMEDY. If producer can
you are goingto lime and lIMN are aurnpUo af M* artfclte dolvktful POM. Barry 1. Murray, thokotd
A comparable price for someone) 'on the inside' familiar
bring about this confusion ability today la the homes of many *f the of this studio sad aa expect la bin
oranges was established whereas and revolutionary practice In the I with the problems of the producer. faarllloa la the __"'b'. ,rot_..., ku screed the Miami. area for
the industry contends that under middle of a packing season, Of all. he should NOT be left TIM amt Plowing light.... efforts are IS ,..... .Pay him a UK.-Ad...
the law and the facts this should I which you should net do, then out. This price .Collins law must

Dot have been done. fix the ceiling on Grade C so protect the) producer not all oth-

r "REMEDY. Review that hearing as to reflect parity or the '-" ers at the expense of the pro- ...._ af .,.;...... W IMUra Worta of PnMrtr' Doot..,.. AwnaHr.
and approve a parity for est price, with a premium for ducer." slave Tad .. ...... NOW kp the .

oranges based on the 111..1821 Grade A and an equal discountfor '

period." substandard, so that the grower .-YOUR .DATES :STATE WIDE EXTERMINATING:CO. ... -':j
2. The recommend
industry can have an opportunity of obtaining
ed a' comparable price for grapefruit aswisa.a I.ita- ..........'... ..... "...._. ......_ ii-Miamt : ,
parity or his .
'highest (Continued From Page Three)
.. INT It W. TTtk .*. T.1,. rated t-TIM. A. V.-,1oN, '
and feel that they were l *r : Mgr I
I price'. Take the opportunity of . ,
Justified and. that the cannot get to the store early. I WORK 6UAaaNTx1D'5'Yw AOOMM ALL; rraorlf DaaMfVnwo .
proper the
U2 'squeeze1 off of the growers. Tske year ewe list ef .*..... >.. for rn laonrtlta.. ..., .' ,' .
I base period was to 1930 "8. By delays. and IndecisionsIn ,
The department arbitrarily fixing adequate. with. yea when" yes at>o.. print .b tko lockial time for /ao treat Ndnise the ..II... _.... TnaU4. ....
adopted the period of 1833 to containers the crate ceilings mills have on Pints will be the sane In every: ,ant W aonoo and buildings. af aH tmtWllrf I, tan H h POMIM for them to ataa* each
1MO which were the worst depression store, all over the country ..Mintcolas, Ie "its of IN __ arrtaM the are wore oaally MO-' .
been unable
to make I I =
the grapefruit a profit on You may bay In any alone yea to Uw ooo.tro.rr. principally because trolled after .. spawn
1 years containers because of Inadequate like MM! still shop around for It -...... awamlne lator an., froquontlytBtalllns lisp ._... form duals sad the ors
growers ever experienced. celling A million or more boxesof bargains In prices. nollr aaauiM and la many la av.o Is spread over a largo ..... Naturally '
REMEDY Review that hearing fruit will never be shippedthis You can't get credit el stamps..1 UMMO, Irreparable. ....... tko proper elm to fight the Posts Hkrforo .
and establish a comparable year because of lack of containers You must give the A very dame and efficient ....... to they have the opportunity to ...._.
price fur the period recommended resulting In 'rot' and loss grocer soup[Ie living. la thin locality k available Though this firm KM kora catnrJtod e
stamps with each purchase of
by the Industry of 18211-111391 jof food stuff. We understand I through Uw STATE WIDE JXTERMt. I'[ with some of the largest contracts la the
which Includes a few good years :this correction was to be made point-rationed foods even when MATING Coq 114T N W T7tk BU, In I Miami. area structures ownod .r eeoupbd
instead of all bad price years." by January 1 and the ;you buy on a charge account Miami, which madam tree property Imprc I Illoa. [, by the ....... ooaMfM, 1110 a known fact
"3. lit publishing the 'highest !I has not yet been correction You must give the delivery boy This firm employs men who aroxportt that the attention ........ the horn
price' contemplated by the I the right amount of stamp when fa termite, control work, and thutmdm owner b ,net a* smarting and eaivfollyj
I R 1J! M ED Y.
1 'I
price control act, the Department I Immediately you have food delivered.You clients prompt and rfflclont sew .1I I Iloo j ....dl... II'" the propw equipment aa
of Agriculture without1. I amend the present ceiling on are not allowed to use loose OM, all eoatraeto, large ar email well u the trained men to do your
{ containers so that the; mills can Tonarte-lnfoited buildings. should kt work rtaM.
must be torn out
stamps. They
and to the I I
contrary ]make i a profit and we hope they I of book In'the of tasted at this time of the year, kotauM Free Inspection aad estimates af root antormlto
v1 nlenllin of Congress selected a ,i will then make the containers to your presence the trnnHM, kkUra from view, do. lot ooatrol w pay\ aa apart runt
week In the middle 'of' the grocer or delivery boy. I ........ 'had '
i ingle save further loss of food stuff. come the alarm ooeatloaod la the gating Service son ko fcy aalllneM4S4 -
.he month, and arrived at 'an I Ii I'vera I I "9. Wt understand that there las araooa. Although kliMon. tko' pest m !-"". Tom will got quick and
i ,.' which does not tetecl eo tin;; d ;;; art lot Inactrr and their work of ... I efficient. service, Alt work b suarantoid. '
price' between X"Nivff: otrurlloi ta curried oa holly right UtiwvkXiloU for five years Bad all property damage. b
It'd Sept. 15, 194J. "Depart-ment J' AJ -- : allis I and rafters, gradually, naor- | -nomad.-Adv.

Publish the 'high-

ist price' received by growers ,ous container and have "" ." "" " " " " " " "", " ,,1" " " "" " " " " " " " " " " " "" ," "" " " " "
put all I II
< f citrus between those dates II fruits In classification 3, except I Waters' Barber Shop I ANNIE MAYHEW FITZPATRICKRedland

lontemplated' Congress. I citrus and apples. Citrus and' "A Friendly
n.bY Road between Avocado and Biscayne Drive
.j 4. In on citrus apple are In the
classification I
Service Men
i the Office of Price Administration along with such thing as': Shop"I I Pianoforte and Theory
did not follow the Intentionof ,
cucumbers and radishes, which I N. Flatter Ave. Violin Xylophone Piano-Accordian
and make adjustment
Congress I limply mean there will be insufficient nuuunuunuvnanuuuuununuununuununmuuuuuunnnnunuuuunnnuuunuun" " " " ' 'mufuuuu'
for Increased labor costs
container for citrus,, ,
since January 1, 1(41 and farm !,{resulting in further loss. W* are

labor did-not receive adequate told' that there are some now In
weighting the result being that I the Food Administration who
labor Increase the I ,
because of the
were formerly In War Preduc-I'
telling price will not reflect the tion Board, who say this i* being ; NOTICE TO TAXPAYERSAs
purity or comparable price the done because citrus can be

growers are entitled to receive shipped in a substitute contain

under"REMEDY the law. Increase the FOB er.mistaken Our growers and unwarranted tell u* this belief.Is I a required by Section 12, Chapter 5596 of the Acts of'lSQ, I, or

ceiling on citrus to the extent adjustment for there I*-() no suitable substitute !I one of my deputies shall be at the following places on the dates
to reflect proper
necessary for Increased farm that It, fibre such proves as fibre suitable and (experiments (2).) I set opposite each for the purpose. of receiving Tax Returns for

labor.. now being made the 1943:
bye year
"5. In fixing the FOB ceiling Dr. Fisher of ,
your department) !
Office of Price AdministraDori
there ,Is NOT
did not make sufficient allowance and ) if an there adequate were, supply then- | South MiamL..Feb. 18, 1913 9:00 A. M. Town Hall

for Increased costs of IJ3 I Kendall .Feb. 18 19-13 10:00 A \! D. B. Dice Pack. House
they not be loaded to c ...,.,..., .

picking,the hauling result and being packing that thepresent of ply with ODT regulations. I' Perrine ............Feb. 18, 1943 11:00 A. M. Harfield'8 Store '

rftnw FOB ceiling results In of"REMEDY.classification Take I and citrus put it out In' Goulds ..............Feb. 18, 1943 1:00 P. M. Goulds Supply, Inc. I'

l 4 'aquee-e on the grower depriving classification 3 until such time as' Silver Palm.....Feb. 18, 1943 3:00 P. M. Anderson Filling: Sta. ,

him his of the parity opportunityOf or com a suitable substitute container* Princeton ........Feb. 19,1943 10:00 A. \!. Pratt Grocery I
receiving .
price 'on the tree'. Is approved is and and'adeqlMt. Redland........n.F b.19. 19.J3 11:00 A. M. Woman's Club II
supply available. Don't
Irabl' Immediately re- the further risk of letting mil run-i Florida City ....F b. 19,1943 1:00 P. M. Town Hall ,

from-the charges Industry and the determine In-- lions of boxes of fruit go to!I Homestead ......Feb. 19,1943 2:00 P. M. City Hall

crease and make further adjustment waste untried for, mistaken lack of container and on MIAMI ..._.._....J an. 2, 19-13 9:00 A. M. :

to adequately take car cal ideas theoretl-j Through Apr. 1, 19.J3 5:00 P. M. 513-516 Court House

l of the existing labor and material : .10. The 1.borlltu n I (Sat9OOA.M.-12Noon) DR '
and raise the FOB I
costs desperate In the citrus industry, a t tI

ceiling sufficiently.lQu.... on high the to grower at to [There is Insufficient labor suidigrowers she with to remind the taxpayer that In addition te mine their applications. for f fbotreatead

.prevent of Agriculture are now being forced exemoUo with the Cranty. It la also necessary file with the City ta I
"9. The Department the law to pay. In many Instances, .100% which the property *s located, each year between January : and April 1st, other-
felled to follow more, than was paid.last. year. wise exempUen cannot be granted by the vmrloas asseemem Under the previsionse
and publish grade (which Includes "REMEDY. See that sufficient1! the new tax Isnra relating U tangible personal and Intangible personal property. f fh

size) differential.* for) labor is imported, domestic if Is mandatory that every person' firm .......Uen. trustee, ete. wnlng *r having J
I citrus. 'i ir# tM result is that the available first t(,not mt'lt'or-.llll: I' 1\ .ewttrfUmanaxrmral .r eostedy ti taxable personal property, in the! State ef Florida ,
growers "of high grade link quail Instruct draft 'UarJ( Id'J* More ,, "file *na..lly' a antics tax peter. with the Tax A-.. r. Je ;Act provides forpeoJUIIes t.
Jty' fruit are.deprived the op reasonable in deferring farm i .,. I'%.wnere the taxpayer four to file these ret_' Wheat Ylatth g' the
above precincts, we will receive applications and faraUh. reerlpt fer all ret_
art applications filed.. 'j t'

Reed Benes tad Groves at ReiHAable Prices ; Respectfully J


J. K. DORN; Real Estate I Aasr ef Taxes DM Osmty Florida, '. .

SM Halt, Arcade, H>>sX lime ..... 1-14a .

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Friday February 12.1943 HOMES/SAP LEADER AND ENTERPRISE_ Page_Seven

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fl'j ''''' Uj uuu.U.U.j ,,,,.. ." .. '''' j, ,,. uwf < W. M. U. CIRCLES CUE I

mr mruu n'I :1: I
I 1W tuency" was the theme of W. M, 1
ENGLISH COMPOSERS ARE FEATURED C hem CIrcle of Mrs.Four'T.program C. ShacklefordFeb. at the : first Insertion 104 a line; subsequent Insertion

ON PROGRAM OP MONDAY MUSIC,CLUBEnglish 4.ion. I I >. a Una .

-- Julia Polk gave home mission

music WM the them of Frlck gave current events. items, Mrs. A. J. Van Marter I FOR RENT SAPODILLAS, sapotaa, aweetaop,

the Monday Music Club program The rooms were decorrted witha spoke on "The Hope of Hawaii," tl-es, _epplfll and all unusual
this the home profusion of rut flower. Cherry Mix Howard 100"reviewed'ROOMS and apartment Reason. fruits In season. Quote price
week at of .
given tarts with whipped cream were .a article cn the outlook for religion I able.... hot water and show. per bushel to R. J:. Ogden. Box
,' Mr. J. W, English with Mrs. W, served with coffee. In Soviet Russia, and Mn. I en. Palms Hotel, Florida City.d11328). 712. Oftando, ..... f3-It

a Bird MK Wro. MuwtlwhlU, Present besides those named T. D. Piche spoke on "Youth and ( ..
Mn. E. H. Gallaher and Mr*. Lee were Mrs. J:. L. Lawrence. Mn War." BOOKXJEPINGACCOUNTING: '

H. Lehman M hostesses. J. A. Daugherty Mn. Gordon Each member gave her favorite 'FOR SALE WK: CAN TAKE CARE of a few

Mrs. H. L. Brandenburg tang Ivey, Mrs H. Collier, Mrs RoyA. Bible reading as the devotional .'FOR H. chicks I more small set of book in the
The Loft Chord" by Sullivan to Darby, Mn. S. L. West. Mn and Mn. S. H. Fitch made the j' wk. eld. Also N. H. pullets, evenings at a minimum price.
accompaniment ,by Mrs. J. D. J. Tom Vann, Mrs. C. H. Steffanl closing prayer.Announcement. Husband general and cost accountant
Harry Rice, south end Newton
Redd. Mr*. G. I. Cault of Miami Mn. Howard Johnson, Mrs. Sam I I tax expert Wife o
was made that Rd. Modello.
played a piano solo "Count!, 1J. Davis Mn. W B. Mills, Mrt. Mn. Van Marter will be the next(, bookkeeper, double entry ,.,.-
Garden by Percy Grainger. A J. R. Rutland, Mrs. A.. M. Logan, hostess. I CIRCULATING kerosene heater tem. Can take off trial balance,

vocal trio "All Through the I Mn. Carl Wagner Mrs. Clarence Cookie and fruit I Irved. for sale. 1-burner cabinet style, profit and loss statement, etc. It
Night", was sung by Mn. C. I. Gray, Rfrt. Ivan Moser, Mn. Her- Juice were 1 top removable for light cook you need a act of book for
CMplrr, Mrr. O. Sewell Palmer man Marks, Mn. Carl Anderson, ing. Excellent condition $15 your business: we can set them
and Mn. Bevo Webb. Mrt. Frank Mn. English and Miss Bertha Mill Present besides those named Phone 504-J before 1:30: a m. or up for you to conform to all

Hausman presented a piano solo, Hauaman, members, and Mrs. R. were: Mn. Gordon Ivey, Mn I after 8:30: p.m. (jlStf) new rules, regulation and tai:
Salut d'Armor" by Elgar and Gallagher r.n-s. W. H. Eason, Mrs: Catherine PIckard, Mrs. A. E. laws. Can give local and Miami
Mix Whitney Beam plaYed "Lo- Stan L. Johnson, Mrs. Leo Hartman Paul and Mrs. K. M. Bemes. ONE!: C.terplllar15" tractor, new reference If interested, phone

'" tui Land" by Cyril Scott. Mn and Mrs. Dwight Carter, Mn. J. V. Down became a tricks. Brooks, Inc., Phone 71-It 397, our home, and ask for Ml1. I

E. H. Gallaher and Mn. Geo. guests. new member. of Circle One at a I I_(dll-tf) or Mn. W. A. Austin pUll l.

meeting held the same day at ,I INCH by 4 inch Barnes Irrlgat. t
the home of Mrs. Hall.S CHILDREN given good care, by
'1'. W. A. HOLDS The Woman's Auxiliary of Harry Ing pump.. 1,000 gal. per min "
Mrs. W. B. Myrick conducted the week, day or month. Reasonable ,
Homestead ,
FEBRUARY MEETING Presbyterian Church
I ute. Direct connected to 4 cyL 1'
The Februarx; meeting of the I will entertain: enlisted men of the devotional, and the program was Le Rol engine. Brooks, Inc.. rates.. Florida City Nursery.

Y. W A. was held ,Tuesday eye. army alr'base In the .USd;clubhouse on home missions.' 'Phone 7BJL. (dll-tt) (Htf)I '
ping at the home'of Ann Shackle- : on the evening' Feb 19. Those present were Mrs. Frank _
ford. Irwin, Mrs. G. A. West, Mn. S. L.! LOST BUGGY, light wagon or cart, any .
I S28-J-1 Font 't
Aver, interesting program was A formal Valentine Day dance West, Mrs. T. T Bowen Mn. My-i condition. Phone ,
E I of
f presented by Miss Mable Ruth will be held Saturday evening' at Tick, Mrs. Downs and Mn Hall. I,LOST-Between residence and taine Silver Palm dr. east.
Pope Miss Francis Byrd, Miss the officers' club of the Homestead The circle will meet Mar 41 I 'Prircetob'No. 1 VftJIpn books of Naranja rd. (]8tf>

Dorothy Moon and Miss Ann army air base. The base with Mrs O> A. West. !I CJ{,, :'"' Behrens, 'Jr. Dorothy :- :
FAT hens. J. R. Bevls near Lefts
." Shsckleford orchestra will furnish the music. "i Bchrens, Lois Behrens, Margaret

Other present were Miss Frances I ;:..:n.... Nair l. Neither ..... Nor S. Behrens, Margaret Kosel, store. (dlBtf) :

Rutland Mist Nellie Moon, The University Club members I Becoming. We Can ell.lest. MYs. Margaret Kosel and Richard TO trade '37 /4-ton delivery.. !
and Mr and Mrs. Shackleford. will meet In the Red Cross room This Condition I IIPAMEUA Kosel Also gasoline A dan for l.ton stake body truck
Ccokles and cold drinks were Monday night at 8 o'clock to I book No. FI0313G and kerosene
J. R. Bevis, near Lefts store
served by the hostess. fold surgical dressings. c. MANN ;I rationing book. Mn. Chas (dl8tf>
I Behrens, Princeton. (f2) !

If: Block Planners Will Be Go-Betweens 'I ELECTROLYSIS '! WANTED I' TUTORING school and grade school m11 subject;; !i

For Rationing Board and Area Homes Studio tit 8>rUI< Bids, MIemLT.L I(WANTED TO BUY-Green pigeon Mn. H. J. Armstrong. A. B. (f
I; I' Plummer drive and Country
34571a.pernn.a peas in the pod, mangos and all
; I Half Md., warp n4 other other kinds of tropical produce. Club road
Block plannen cf Zone One tion book. pedal 11......*. IUM** Scientifically .rUM ': S. Rcsen, 7 E. 135th St., New ,
r' will work with J. R. Hlckson, For Instruction In explaining VIST LATEST .ETBOD..I UwCwt. York City. I, J
community service member of rationing problems to the public, CmralUIlM FIM.Ikrauch I I _
lone and sector leaden and their WANTED Fourburner kerosene
the local rationing board in'disseminating Ma and worn Used so bane to:,
assistant will meet in the White stove. Call in evening Phone
life KHMlanllr nmicloiH of
rationing Information Temple In Miami at 1:30: this afternoon .I,..,1_ hair which man .p_....*. i 238-J. Mn M. E. Ash. (lIZ) HOTEL .

f.' and in distributing applications she aald. This instruction It Uwy will _i. mt of the Very owl.Wot ..
\ for War Rationing Board 'Two will be relayed to local block, m4 .utWM Service. ky UM hM PLOWING-will furnish mule and
k Mrs. I. ,F Hammett, local tone leaden at a meeting set for 1:30 Mtkod which to used >t the ....n Bludlm.indMT ; .i I i plow hand. I.. P. Kendrick PATRICIA :: ;
leader, said yesterday. Workers Tuesday afternoon in Neva King UM personal dlrwrtUo of PAM-1 Campbell It._(f 1.1 I
School auditorium. ELIA C. MANN bclralbt and a sp.-
housewife In making Cooper
still ass st the '
., out her application but she, Point rationing the system klUt lit her praf. il i for II _... 8h* CAPABLE house work.re table Pet woman Tourist for, 312 S. E. 2nd Ave. 1

herself! must tturn it In to the which will be used when War I l> regarded of Midi u a .leading....10....authority, and .h.III rndm Uwremoval > Home, 302 S. Krome. (J8tf) i I MIAMI l '
local board and receive a new ra Ration Book Two Is issued, will I
... personal MrvlM. -
Personal Internet It taken In your par
I,.....,.. caw at this atu4l rich pesos Overlooking bay and river.
I Dress Rehearsal for Real Emergency : It (Iran Uw Individual, ....,.,. which la

.aided and ...., patient ll assured a For Prompt Two blocks, from Flaglrr i
!fi Staged at Princeton Casualty Station ,lifftlra. of Mll.ftrtton br the t..._ and Street.
VERY LATEST aUna method which laml CAB SERVICE

*ti, air raid and blackcut was staged j Mn. J. F, Hammett, chief clerk,I ..,uprrfluom woman of hair UM ,charm males of or warp..... .'skis.n* al reasonable rile Refined atmosphere
Friday night by the Princeton
: kept a record of messages received I which. b rIh'fulll km, Thor add Fars'to
casualty station which Is headed : and Mrs. Clarence Lounsbury i iI her av. and divlroif a certain ,...In.
i l' by Mrs. Eugene Fontaine, captain +II ity which la Uw 'Ideal In womanly appear. PHONE 9103 or 389-
.1'j and Mn. F. M. Kent and Mn. G. ,shad,I charge of the canteen. Eugene Sam Perau women have posted the SPECIAL RATES ;' !

H. Fitzpatrick, co-captains.' ? '' Fontaine, head of the messenger I Tint yean .of youth and perhaps have HOMESTEAD: CAB SERVICEF. r .,

,:. The ataton k-pt in constant corps, was respons:bl3 fcr seen fttHM Into the years an happily .> TO SOUTH NADERS
I' parted In ''LI'. Beiliu' nt Forty" b norea O. Plummer Prop.
communication with the control
water, lights and the proper parkIng -
"" I I ..in they should .....tI.0 permit I
center In Miami and realistic
gave-a I $2.00 Single
of cars. i I their appearance to be ........-.all the
.. exhibition of efficient procedure i, d ....... ...
Dr. Carl F. Robinson, super-j:more at this a when people ;
In time of emergency. Under l a $3.00 DoubleStay
j'visor District One really brain to live, that they here llembhea -
of was present
the supervision of Mn. E. A. ,
at this and special guests removed MQNKEYJUNGLEMONKEY'
Roberta, field supervisor, rescue And the opportunity' la haw the work f
and Mn. Chester
,, squads d'rected by Miss Lucille were Mr. Safety end Daftly dome by an expert whoa I
Miami. Mr. Wright Is ONLY
Driggen and the Rev. W. E. Wright of eovea It for all time by F.I.FCTROLY-
Mjrer brought la "victims" for director cf the non-medical corps SIS, the only I method exknrd by phy.Irlana '
:: treatment ft the station hospital. o..1 the county defense council. la your heritage with the aervle JUNOLCINTMCUJ. overnight le flsthsi

The surgery was manned by The Princeton ,group meets regularly afforded by the Mann atneiloa hi Miami. j' .
: Dr. A. M. Logan, static physician in the Chambers apartment The feo. for this Service. la neeedlnfly. I transacting your business--saveanother ,
moderate- woman or man who la k
Mrs. Ralph Shortt, and Mn. building In Princeton, the use of any
w norUVe which
prove of appearinf well ware family or trip mean gsa
Cordelia McCoy, registerednurses which hat been donated by C A. 1 sop Drive WeM
friend can afford It When yon are In (
Floods of
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