Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00582
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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 19, 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: VID00582
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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; 32-No. 7 Homesteads Florida, Friday February 19, 1943 .. .._ _. Price g Cent

; Crop Remnant Salvage Cuts

i; First Estimates of Freeze Loss

'. : Ration Blanks Obtainable 'TRUE APPRAISAL OF DAMAGE 'I

Only From Block Leaders TO AVOCADOS. MANGOS! ETC


Assistant Horticulturist Ynhrenlty ef Florida, Sub-Trepkal j
Estimate ef local rop'looses
Experiment Station, Homestead, Florida i THE WEATHER
BOOK were mined downward yesterday .
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The recent freeze again proves the value of diversification of I Official weather report of the
to 75 to 80 per cent, of the
Subtropical Experiment Station.
crops. Cabbage carrots red beets, cauliflower and broccoli were
Homestead tomatoes and 60 to 70 centof
uninjured at the Experiment Station's east glade farm last Monday I per
n.w m...I MI I RW. I IK.NI I the bean '
F by County Agent
OF FEB. 22-26 night when temperatures reached a low of 30 S degrees. Beans, Feb. 11 < I 83 I' 56 '30071
tomatoes, and potatoes were severely injured.A Feb. 12 I 72 I 49 !130.181| Chas. H. Steffanl after a survey
of the .
grower should consider now the possibility of next season Feb. 13 I 69 I 51 30.101| I are on Wednesday.A
90 to 100 cent loss
per was
planting part of his sewage: t Point rationing will be Introduced such as cabbage and. carrots. One-drop farming Is convenientbut Feb. 15 85 35 ;3028J| : by the freeze when damagecaused from i
to the residents of the Feb. It 88 21 13d.3al|
that itfa terrific will
a gamble no man deny. I I 10 p. m. Monday to 9:SO a. m.
land District with a 'Ix- a) registration Besides frost resistance, cabbage and carrots have a labor- Feb. 17 72 17 [30.25! Tuesday the thermometer, according -

period beginning Feb. 22 utilization value that should not be overlooked. Both can be to official readings at the

during which they will get WrRatten harvested in the early forenoon while heavy dew Is still on'the, 'MI RANT LABOR ,J JI Subtropical, Experiment Station
,... -Book 'Two->_ *, stood. U
._ M>ne for planttTTnsle'ad i bf navmfTltrwevPWan* around"waltlrtg"16r fd r' et degrees each member of the household. mato and bean plants to dry off the tomato, bean, cabbage, and two hours en Tuesday, from 8 a.
Applications for War Ration BUSY IN FIELDSIn m. till 8, the temperature was 29.
Book Two carrot grower could cut cabbage and pull ,carrots for I few
can be obtained only I Half of the 6BOO-aer bean crop
from block leaden who houn. had been harvested
are working before the
with J. R. Hickson, community I Furthermore cabbage ordinarily requires only half the fer- DESPITE FREEZE; ,cold spell, Mr. Steffanl said; and
service member of the local tllfzer hat bean need and only one-third the amount required I from Jff to 4ft per cent of the
rationing board, la distributing by tomatoes. Carrot need about half the amount used by tomatoes balance may possibly be salvag
hem this week to every household and the same as required by beams In spite of the freeze practically -" ed. Sfioud this area get warm
ol the area. Then there's the crop rotation value: better weed, Insect f all of the 350 white farm rain even more might be ...ecL
Blank will not be workers at the Redland Labor Only 10 15
Issued at and disease control and the probability of more complete utilization or per cent of the
school l'IItIIeenfen on Feb. of Supply Center are employed said1U.S.E.S. potato crop was damaged<, he
22-27, Mrs J. G. Hammett, leader fertilizers. : Representative W. R. aid, because most of the plantings -
el Zone One, warned yesterday.She I Why not try the risk Insurance of crop rotation and diversification Bird yesterday, and probably both were early and crops were
urged that any householder: ? True, you'll gel rich, slower-but the chances are white and colored contingents will almost mature.Replantings .

who bas not received I call from ,< you'll, go broke slower too.District ,be kept busy until the rest of are apt to be comparatively -
her block leader and who does i t the area's devastated crops are. small due to the.lateness -
not know her block leader telephone Redland Residents AskedTo ,salvaged. of the seasMi, the dryness
the Hammett residence, | J. H. Callahan USES representative of the soil, and the uncertaintyof
No. 899-J-ll, or the homes of 1 of Miami, has been labor Mr. Steffanl said.
Make Blood Donations Feb. 27
the assistant acne leaders: Mrs. I on here since Wednesday working'with No accurate estimate can be
A. J:. Paul, No. 12; Mrs. Roy : Mr. Bird on the labor sit- made immediately of damage
Chandler, No. 523-J; or Mrs W.' The Redland District bleed blood; bank In the James Archer i uation. to avocado, mango papaya and
W. Bethea, No. 528-J-2. bank round-up got underway here Smith Hospital I For accommodation of those tropical fruit trees'S. J, Lynchof
"Block leaden will be the on- this week with a concerted effort : Persons in normal health between :workers who arrived at the campon the Subtropical Experiment
ly source of these applications," by individuals churches and civic the ages of 21 and 60 are Sunday and have not made a I Station said yesterday. Leaf
Mrs. Hammett said "and persons clubs to enlist blood donon for :I expected to provide most ot the payday working In the field, a burn Is apparent at once, he said,
falling to get these blanks Feb. 28 when A. J. Cleary of I blood. Those between 18 and 21 kitchen and cafeteria have been I but it will take possibly a week
from their leaden can not be Miami "father" of the county must have permission of parentsor (Continued on Page Seven) (Continued on Page Seven
registered for the new ration blood bank, and three trained guardians before donating and
book until 'after Mar. 15." nurses will come to the Sacred those above 60 must have requests I J ITo
Labor Problems Must Be Solved Now
Tfc e consumer declaration Heart clubhouse ot receive donations. from their physicians. Oorjon are I!
printed elsewhere In this paper asked to come without breakfast.(
(Continued on Page Six) Arrangements are being made As they leave they will be served! Assure Next Season, Cannon Says tI
with coffee and doughnuts by

Convict Labor May Harvest ,Crops women of the Sacred Heart parish.J Labor' problems must be
I' I Volunteer, are asked to sign up MAJ. GEN. GEORGE threshed out now to assure an
For Use in County's Institutions by Sunday Feb. 21, In order that adequate supply of farm workersfor
: plans may be completed for receiving TOURS AIR BASE next ,.ar'* crops, Rep. Pat
the donations by the following ; Cannon tell a group of representative *
A plan to use convict labor to WAR CHEST DRIVEEXPECTED Sunday. Applications are growers In a meeting
harvest potatoes and tomatoes obtainable at the Homestead city BRAZILIANS HERE Monday, -noon in Landon Car-
tot county Institution use Is be- hall and from local workers Mrs. ney'i packing house, when h*
ingmg worked out by Prestcn B. TO NET Chas. Pope I* general chairman, pledged to them his utmost ..
Bird chairman of the Dade and the committee Includes County Maj. Gen. Harold L. George sistance.
county commission AREA Commissioner Preston B. Bird head of the Army Air Transport Cannon who spent the day
W.D. Joyce, ounty purchasing $2,500JN Mayor Tom Harris of Homestead, Command, made a tour of Inspection here checking up on he labor
agent, Is estimating the amountof Mayor L. R. Becker of Florida of the Homestead army airbase situation, beard farmers state
potatoes needed for a six-month i War Chest contributions In the City Dr. J. A. Smith, S. J. Lynch on Sunday, and Lt. Col. Hen- their grievance and express their
supply By arrangements with Redland area are expected to Mrs. W, J. Krome and Kit Car- rique Dyed Fontanelle. com dissnUsfacflon with government
extensive growers, fields which : reach $2,500. Mrs. Adrian Jacobs son. mandant of the Brazilian air handling of the tabor supply. .
Rave been dug will be harrowed chairman of the campaign, re- Committee from churches helping school at Rio de Jancrio, and his A letter from Carney summing .
again for convicts to,u1va,. potatoes ported yesterday. By Wednesday with the registration are: Mrs. associate, Maj. Nelson L. Web .w tM plight of bean growers
which normally would be I night $2, 50 had been turned in, T. E. Kirby and Mrs. Arthur dcrly, member of the Brazilianair was read by Cannon, and was ,
lost Mr. Bird estimates a cost to she said, and outstanding cards Smith, First Baptist Church; Dr. mad a brief tour I strongly Indorsed by grower (
the county of approximately S3 win easily put the district across 1 and Mrs. Oeo. D. Ruchle, Home of the n'o Tuesday.Gen. who termed the wording "too .
cent bushel.Arrangements the ftSM mark.Wartime stead Presbyterian Church; Thot. George, flew from Miami mild" to describe the muddled
have been com-I restrictions oa tires !J. Hunton, Church of Christ; to the Homestead base in a hug: situation.
pleted with the Homestead canning and gasoline prohibited personal Krt.>< E. A. rroacher Christian two-motored transport. He was I AH ef the growers"present at
plant whereby too cases ef I solicitation this year, and 400 IISd- Society. John Cadway. accompanied by Lt Col. Wm. U Oils meeting and at an earlier ;
0 county harvested tomatoes will' cards were mailed to potential Clark Roberts Sacred Plummer commanding cfflcer of meeting with Cannon In Gould
be put up for Institution use, heaid. donon asking for contributions.In Heart Church; Miss Antoinette the Held, and WM met .y an Growers packing house at ,
I Field crop* will be bought spite of handicaps, collections May end Ivan Moser, First Methodist honorary guard. A motorcycle Goulds told the congressman
tom Individual growers. The exceeded the $1.900 total of nut Church; Mrs. Lee H. Lehman -> patrol led by the provost marshal that Bahaman labor would have
arrangements will go Into effect year's drive which was also directed and Ceo N. WakeAeld. st. Capt. Harry J. Brenium, solved their problem complete
this coming week.. by bras Jacobs. .Continued on Page Seven) escorted the general's party (Conti-jed on Page Six)
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Harden Funeral Rites COACH GOSSMAN
Will Be Held Today

J OUR \t'E'N IN SERVICELt. SPEAK HERE [ Funeral service for Wm.' C. RESIGNS TO JOIN]

Harden, 87 will be held at 4 p. m.
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SUNDAY FEB. 28 today by the Rev. O. SeweU Pal- BORDER PATRO

f Marion Plummer weeks with Private) McCarrah at mer in the chapel of the Turner
Camp Van Doran, left Tuesday to Funeral Home. Burial will followIn
Will Pilot Bomber, Join him 'In DeLand where he I* Bishop Cannon has- been on Palm Cemetery, Naranja. Rudolph Gossman, who resign?
spending a three-day furlough The pallbearers will be; Claude ed this week as coach and physlJ
Richmond Va, will preach Sunday
Blythevllle. Ark.. Feb. 18- cal education Instructor of Honiel
with his
mother. She wa accom- Campbell, Carl Anderson, Adrian
Twelve Florida men were among evening, Feb. 28, at a union I stead High School, will .report]
paniend by their son, Pat Jacobs, Russell Home, Fletcher
the aviation cadets who . this morning to Miami
were service of Homestead churches Bryant and Cordon Ivey. for duty]
graduated today In formal exercise with the Immigration and
In the First Methodist Church. *]
Edward Tomerlin Charles
Con Mr. Harden died early Thurs
at the Border
Blythevllle Army Air Field Patrol Hit
nor and Carl Frederick came Bishop Cannon has been on i day morning In the local hospital
with commissions as second lieu- successor has not yet been named,,}
\ tenants and rated as pilots of home yesterday from Camp tour speaking three times every after a lingering illness. He came This was Mr. Gossman'i wooed
Blending where they were Inducted here 17 years ago from Aberdeen ]
twin-engine bomber aircraft Sunday and on every week night year at Homestead High wherehe
Into the army. They will return Miss. to engage In business as a
Among them Is Lt. Marlon to Blandlng on Tuesday for He will address the annual con- gunsmith and locksmith. had coached an outstanding
Crawford Flummer. 22, son of Mr training. vention of the Anti Saloon Hunter basketball team. Last year state]
and Mrs. C. B. Plummer of . He leaves: four sons, and district Class B champions,!
League in St. Petersburg next Harden of
O. and
George Key
Homestead, who was graduated the Homestead quintet has ]
y Ronald Caves left Tuesday for Monday, and will remain in Flor- West and Harvey and Joe Har- woo
from Reddick High School In 12 games and lost one this eeaijj
Camp Blandlng where he was Inducted ida through the first week of den of Homestead; two d.uhtera.Mra. ,
1(33 and from the University of son. During the two years under
f into the He returned ]
army. March. Stanley Roberts and Mrs. J.
Florida in 1941. Re accepted Mr. Gossman'f direction they
was Thursday for one-week stay The Rev. John Mason will speakat was-j
D. Perkins of Homestead; a niece,
a. cadet In February at Port Eua- 37 games and lost five. jjt
before returning to the camp. the ( o'clock evening service Mrs. Herbert Rheney of Miami;
\ ties, Va.Jack .
I at the First Methodist Church and six grandchildren. 1
Pvt. Harry Pierce, son of Mr. Sunday. Mr. Mason, the father I Aid Is Offered TodayIn
Turner to Begin and Mrs. H. H. Pierce, is now of Mrs. O. Sewell Palmer Making Tax Return
i Pre-flight Training stationed with the coast artillery is a retired Methodist minister GROWERS PLAY :
at Ft. Bliss, Tex. He likes army who Is serving as supply pastorin Today at :I o'clock a represent

: Jack Turner, son of Chas. 0.r life he say In his letters home South Walpole, Mass. He will tative from the office of Tax Assessor -
Turner, chairman of the Dade but he definitely does not like the be accompanied to Homestead by R. IL S. TONIGHTThe J. N. Lummua, Jr., win]
Bounty school board and Mrs Texas sand storms. At the time a daughter, Mrs. Robert Tripp. be in the Homestead city hall to]
Turner, will report Feb. 29 for of his last letter his whole regiment assist persons in preparing and]
training aa an aviation cadet at was confined to camp on Noted Missionary Will Homestead Growers will filing personal and ,Intangible tail
Miami Beach. This date Is the account of several, case, of munps. Come Here Feb. 2121Dr. play Redland tonight In .the gym I returns and homestead exemption]
wedding anniversary of hit par there. I applications.. :''I

1 Emory ;Brandenburg of S. Miami : J. I. Hill a returned missionary The local team trounced the Such aid will be given at Pratt]
ents.Pvt.. Turner who would have who formerly" lived In from Port of Spain Key West cagers from Monroe Grocery In Princeton at 10 a. m.<
completed a four-year premedical Homestead has' entered the air i I Trinidad will be guest speakerat County High School 4-30'ln the at the Woman's Club Redland 1!
course at Duke University returned ccrpa and 1* stationed at Miami the Homestead Church of the lame there Tuesday night. Jack at 11 a. m., and at the Florida !

to Homestead Tuesday. He Beach. ;* * I Nazarene Sunday, Monday, I Maroon and Flernoy Lott starred City town hall at 1 p. m. -1
made an excellent scholastic record I Tuesday and Wednesday evenings for the local boys with 14
at Duke and was carried on Pfc. Herbert Turner wh Is I I next week. announces the :points each. Funeral Services Held .
the dean's list. stationed in Opa Locka spent the i Rev. Earl P. Scott pastor of The Growers last Friday evening .
His brother, Charles Jr., Is week-end with his parents Mr. :the church. I outclassed the Gesu Crusaders I Sunday for Wm. Parrish ,
serving as first class seaman withthe and Mrs. Geo. W. Turner I Dr. Hill was superintendent of 48-33 in the Y. M. C. A
navy in the southwest Pacific I 1 . the Southern California district gym. Funeral services were held for !
where he has seen much John F. Kuhn seaman second until he resigned to accept ap- Flernoy Lott and Jack Marshall Wm. H. Parrlsb, 68, at a p. m.?
combat action. I class, will return Tuesday to his pointment to the West Indies.] scored seven field goals Sunday in the Palm Cemetery
base in the Naval Air, Station In I During his 13 years of work for the Growers. The score was chapel In Naranja. Dr. J. E.}|
James Redd Now HasSergeant's I Jacksonville after spending a fur I I thre he founded 26 churches 14-1) In favor of the home teamat Johnitone of the First Baptist]
I lough here wtih his parents, Mr. :, and had 41 licensed and ordained the end of the first half. The Church of Homestead officiated
ChevronsJames and Mrs. Lamar Kendrick. John t ministers. I! Crusaders added 20 points to Mr. Parrish who had lived In'
has been In the Naval Reserve'I The missionary Is a very Interesting -!,their score in the last half and Homestead far 23 years died
B. Rd'i; now wearing since November and Is In the engine I' speaker and has many''f fI the Homestead quintet made two Feb. 11 in Miami hospital. He

I I< t left by plane Monday for his'station partment.Army I says Mr Scott, and his I Parrish; three 'sons, Herman,,
In Pueblo Col., after spending carry with them a distinct evangelistic 'ard, the most serious being a Julian and Troy, all of Home.
a six-day furlough with his Group Surveys I appeal. woods fire west of town between stead; three daughters, Mrs. A::-
i parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Workers' Housing Need The public is cordially Invited Avocado drive and Mowry street L Brannen of Homestead, and

: Redd.Mrs. to attend. I Sparks from crop smudges fallIng Mrs. Paul H. Bruce and Mrs,
M.I A survey :determine, the necessity !I on tinder-dry undergrowth Chas. Smith pf Hollywood; and
Edwin McCarrah of additional housing for Woods, Grove Fires :were blamed for the blazes. three brothers and three sisters.:;*}
turned Saturday front :
Mlsi, where she had spent six employees at the Homestead army i Keep Fighters Busy
:lair base has been made by a -
I group of transportation officers An epidemic( of woods and grove
Miss Birdie L. Horne I from the Fourth Service Command fires made thing lively for the: While They Last-For Qualified Purchasers
Enlists With WAVES I I Headquarters in Atlanta.\ Homestead and Redland fire crews' ELECTRIC BOOSTERS-WORNOUT EQUIPMENT REPLACEDFree
The recpmmendaticn of the this week. Estimates on Re-roofing and Sheet Metal Work

Miss Birdie Lee Home daughter -' j I group {lad been forwarded to I Seven or eight fires were reported I GIFFEN ROOFING CO.. Coral Gables, Dial 4-1651
of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Home, 'Washington for consideration. by Fire Chief R. E. Sher- ,
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has enlisted in the WAVES and!'I -
la reporting to Oklahoma A. and -
M. College at Stillwater for her
basic training.! Miss Horne was II
one of a group of seven Inducted
In Miami early this week.
Her sister, Pfc. Roberta Home REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZERS

Harrison of the WAACs, left I
Monday for Daytona Beach after
spending a three-day leave herewith

her parents, Mr. and Mrs ,
Home and her daughter, Betty O 6 0
Ann. Mrs. Harrison has won her ,
first strip since enlisting and Is ; a5 .-
considering entering I officer's

trailing school. Consult us about your fertilizer requirements -

Ethel Bailey Called !w '
For WAAC TrainingAtlanta : for the coming year.

of the, Feb.Fourth II Service-Headquarter Command ,'t Due to government' regulation and short- .

announces-that Miss Ethel

M. Bailey Corp, Woman's reservist from Army Homestead Auxiliary --I( I I ages of several materials we will not be able to

Fla., has been called to : '

tive WAAC duty training and will center rci ,rt to)' Ie-I.I. make ALL of our regular mixtures. But we will,

Beach, this week for training.
do our best to supply as near 'as possible what

Waters Barber Shop"A i

Friendly Shop" ,' you will need. .
Service Men CordiallyWelcomed .
N. Mailer AT*. Homestead'


"Or, Leonard W. Hasklnli ;: Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.

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-JFriday.. February 19. 1913 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE _Pare_ Three

'Coral Gables was ..Sunday guestof medical patients F. P, and L. Co. Bonds I
Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Schroederand Linda the larger twin daughterof I Are Owned by Colleges I
I of Mr. and of Mr. and Mrs Lt. and Mn H. F. Bell, was removed l

I In and Jlround J. I. Arnold of Redland. Glenda to her will home remain on Wedneedav. for a-.' Colleges churches-, benevolent ;j

Little Grady; Mills U IIi at his while In the. hospital. associations and Insurance companies j
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home. hold more than onethirdof
HomesteadMr. N. Silver Palm Group the bonds which have been issued

Mrs. Gladys Cilett, R. E. Scott, Gets Ration Concession by Florida Power and Light I
Jr. and Bobby Brandenburg of 1 Company, a survey of the holdersof I
Miami were Sunday guests of Through the efforts of Mrs M. the $12,000,000 of bonds out- E J.
and Mrs. Junes Archer I Jos. B. Mills plans to leave today Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Scott Sr. E. Myer of the Silver Palm par standing shows. I

7I Smith, Jr.. of Miami are announcing for his horn town, Jiulmer JAMES ARCHER SMITH sonage, sector leader of the South Actually, the bonds are held by +
the birth of a aix- ville, Pa. Miami zone, and Principal Carl 11.000 Individual holders, information "
pound eleven-ounce ton, James HOSPITAL NEWS Wagner of the Redland schools, based on 94' of the bonds "l
Archer Smith, 3rd, at 2 )I. m. Mrs. Roy 'Mo. t. and her Mr. and Mrs. Waudell Peeplesare residents on the north side of Silver outstanding.Indicate J j,
Feb. IT in St. Francis Hospital daughter, Carol Anne, returned 'I the parents of a second arn Palm drive will not have togo More than $1,500,000 of the
Ie1 in Miami Beach. Mr. Smith lathe Sunday; to their home In Arcadia Ronald who was born Feb. 12 to the Perrlne school to get company's First Mortgage Five I
ton of Dr. and Mn. J. .A. after spending the week with Mr.' 10 James Archer Smith Hospital Ration Book No. 2. per cent Gold Bond are held by I
e Smith of Homestead, and Mrs. and Mrs Robert Glenn, Jr. Mrs. Mrs. Peoples and the baby, who If they; sa desire they may go 10) colleges, school and educational 1
Smith la the former Miss Florence Moates is Mrs. Glenn's slster-ln- weighed eight pounds eleven Instead to Redland School where or research trusts. '
t Roberta of Tampa. law. ounces, were returned to their provision will be made for receiving Churches, welfare and benevolent
home on Wednesday. their declarations and Issuing
associations and similar organizations
t Sam McKinstry, Jr.. who made Calhoun Beauchamp arrived Friday A nine-pound seven-ounce IOn, ration books are represented by !
his home here until 12 years from Williamson, Ga. to visit John Francis was born to Mr. Residents on the south edge of I 362 owners, holding more than 1
Silver Palm drive are''In Zone
ago, has been In Homestead this his grandmother, Mrs. Grace McL, and Mrs. John H. Gadway cf Na- $3.000,000 worth of the company': )
Smith, and his uncle and aunt, One, the"Ho \eltead zone; thoseon
winter aa a bean picking con ranja on Feb. 14. bonds. f fApprox'mately
Mr and Mrs. Joel J. Robinson. the north edge are In Zone
tractor. He la the ion of Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence'Smithare Three the South Miami zone i $13,000,000 In t
and Mrs Sam McKinstry of Pa- of born bonds held by 313 insurance
parents a daughter are
i Mrs. Myer has Issued the following
and William
Miss Ruth Schildgren j.
bakes who were early; aettlers Feb. 13. The baby weighed six announcement: I companies, building and loan
in Schildgren of Naugatuck,,
here. Associated with him
pounds assccintlons, savings banks and 1
seven ounces.
"Word has come from the
Conn., are visiting Mr. and Mr*
business la E. O. Maxwell of Pahokee. -
Wtm. Lounsbury. Miss Schlldgreu Sandra Lanier was a medical I Dade County Ration Board that trust companies
Is a sister of Mrs. Lounsbury and patient from Sunday through I even though your rationing declarations The District of Columbia and 47
1t Mr. Schildgren is her father. Tuesday. are signed for you to go of the states of the nation hare ,
I{ G.' Thurman who is employedIn Miss Melba Lens 'of Miami, to Perrine or some other school,' company bO
( the navy yard in Key West hat who had her tonsils removed, was I If you are closer to the Redland a halt million tn'r of !
1 spent the.past two weeks at Ml Dorain Davis of Goulds spent returned to her home Wednesday. School and ;wish to, you may pre- bonds are owned outside the ,
home berg recovering from an attack the week-end in Homestead with Henry Derbyshire of Florida sent your declarations there on United States, as a further indication i
her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs I I I
t of flu City and Mrs. Harold McLaughllnand your designated date between 12, of the widespread distribution !
A. D. Smith.
F. A. Fisher of Princeton are I and S o'clock." of the company bonds. \.
Mr. and Mrs: Tex Westbery; are -
announcing the arrival In Orlandoon i
, Feb. 8 of an eight-pound eight-
ounce son, Ronnie Edward. Mrs Warrens Severy
Westbery Is the former Miss Lucille
Williams of Homestead.Mrs. .
\ Mr. and Mri. J. W. Caves and

Ii J. V. Davis and her daughter son, Merrell of Porto Rico arrived
Miss Naomi, returned last Saturday for a cne-month visit
: week' from Baltimore to make with, relatives here. lI

their home In Miami. They spent
several days this week at their Mrs. Henry Balm entertainedat CAN !
Homestead home which they have a family luncheon Wednesday WAN
rented to Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Luke in Homestead In honor Mr. I'
Balm's b I rthday. Afternoon I
guests were: Mrs. W. Schutt T'
I I., Mrs. Robert Reely of Orlando,
Mrs. L. Garwin of Walled Lake .
I the former Mlsi, Mary Steffanl,
;1- Mich., and Mrs. J. Teletine.
underwent an operation In an Orlando
1l Feb, 11. !
hospital on
The. Rev. .R. J. Milllgan of Miami
district elder, presided over
1't Mrs. Waughn Hogan, wife of the-qflarterly meeting of the Free
,I Pfc Hogan of the Homestead Methodist Church Sunday
army air base, visited at the homeof
FM4F Dr. and Mn. E. M. Andersen Mrs Cleo Wagner left Mondayfor 1
from Feb. I to Feb. 10 when she Nokomas Fla, to join CoastGuardsman
left for St. Louis to make her Wagner who la stationed
; eIi home with her parents. Before at Boca Grand.
I that they had lived In Camp Red-
land and Mrs. Hogan had been Miss Milfred Severy Is seriously
l employed at the post exchange. 111 at the Kendall hospital.

l Mrs R. L. Atkinson la expectedto Mrs P. H. Bowman of Princeton WE'D, LIRE TO PRESEnT H SPECIAL
arrive this week-end from was a Monday guest of Mrs. E. J.
Newport News. Va., to visit her Rhodes.
son-in-law.and'daughter, Mr. and DUIHRD OF MERIT TO YOU :
Mrs Preston B. Bird. Mrs. W. W. Hasting has recovered

Ii IiI Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Wynn from her recent- illness. .
(1'P .eu
and their lon, Brian and Mrs. C. Mr. and Mrs. R. Worley Mr.
L. Donaldson of Tavernier and her and Mrs Lloyd Deltz Mr. and I
children LaVon and Wayne visited Mrs.tf. Bennet of Fort Pierce and l .
over the week-end with Mrs. Betty Harding were dinner guests
Wynn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. this week of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Nothing has warmed us more at Florida Motor Lines than the discovery .

W. Smith, In Hollywocd. Mn. Caves. that our passengers are not merely rider*-but understanding ;
Donaldson and children returned I. habits. i
frie.nds. This, despite war's swift-changing
'on Monday to Tavernier. H. J. Derbyshire la ill at .his

home. I ,. After al, those who mutt travel today-must give up much . .'
Staff Sgt and Mrs. L.F. England endure much. And have accepted<< these mounting discomforts
left Wednesday night for McAr-, : Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Langham : : '' you 1
!thur O, where they will visit and children, MarJorie, Audreyand 'k r- with amazing good cheer and good sportsmanship. t
John Hawk. Wayne, are expected Saturday
to visit a few deys. with Mr. :. you've made us even a little ashamed to air our troubles of various

Mr. and Mrs. Belmont Cameronof and Mrs. J. S. Caves. H' shortages: Equipment labor, fins and whatnot. You have mad M

Miami visited Mr. Cameron's \ feel that anything that Florida Motor Lines and our passengers can
mother, Mrs. M. R. Cameron. on Edward Arnold of the U: S. do for America's ultimate good-ft right and patriotic.
Sunday.; Air Corps who ls stationed In
Buffeted abouf squeezed In-left standing In the aisles-and left
I. .1.1FHt
at the pott-you're shown a genuine American char.ctaristio-the

: LOAN ability to ..* It," If it', iustifiabl j

Ii I for Home REPAIR THE EAST WAYarrarg'ad Florida Motor Lines appreciates this Indulgence. And when peace ;

I Let us tell you how to finance returns, we pledge to serve you In a manner to make you forget

I building ,Improvements. on the Inadequacies of our emergency. +-You ve bean pretty swell,

.- Plan.the ABC Monthly. Payment foils . in fact, you're been wonderfull! .

I Stop home depreciation now .

= while quality Building Mateo HOTEL REDLANI

rials are still available.BROOXER .
Homestead, Fla. Telephone MJvORlDAMotORllMES
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Merit System Offers 'i IIIIIUUlJlnIlUUllllllllllllml UIIlJ
r-rHOMESTEAD LEADER f a3RUARYTS TMe"TM s'"''aton'" i Jobs for Hundreds "

; AND ENTERPRISE: 20 Years Ago ,j
\ Gelnetville, Feb. 18. The
,_... is lets
4 WJf t.JTArlE.AVAN"YC. 4IN Merit System Council has reminded

.. -.. fafcf those desiring to participate TIN MlnlM HMM Mu "a ,
PrWap PIe., Asir.saw o' .
tr wwrw lIMe re wwtsix c-...,. $LCV.0 dneYJ 1st In,the coming statewide examlnation ..... from .1Ieo .< .... ...mu) ,

4 3SCAW 1AA Atl x4.Cf 0A program, that thenremains .:Mrrto UM BOTrtk Mitllilni ri-Ua SUr.w.IS.. IMS uAmmtit ,
I a arreeteerAaowcr.rat. only one week In which Oct. If. IWi. vttk .... _i M
tEN AECHtt: official. applications may be I'- LKh x
Smites ad puma >r r filed. Midnight Friday Feb.

MAJUO1IE: UACB AlCaTElauwRirrioN M, 1* the deadline for application qltHlrr.mlHltnmUUlJIrnmnnmlD( .

( sl.rsIse PAk.rARY *. ....'Porn to Mr. and Mrs. Sage ,
r'EaarLL CIC&DWQIIII. Successful participants In the
... ... satiety, CitO14GWASWnf.r0eI, : i program will qualify tot per a son Wednesday."Mr.at Florence." Hunt Hospital

hoIR HIS ADLA jmanent positions with the Florida on
\ Mr P. B. Bird
tuAKCHWesaNo4..u4.cec4Dau and returned
- KATE Industrial Commission, State
!. aa.ntr. ., (UHank AM elwua neTHErovzm"W Welfare Board, or the C S. Employment Sunday from Jacksonville
JtDttt CMffitlt.i.:: : : : WAIrA farms attended
in or Do 5414.1 of bit father . *
wuzeo'GsasATKCROc Job opportuniUei will be
i s.t..a k. .4 ..*'. available lor several hundred __'Mr. and )fn. B .X Tlbbits,
11."i.lr.-. : a.. post ttlM M BRAHAMIWCOCH.liWCMOSJOflWUM. successful candidate Mr*. W. B. Strickland, Mr*. I T
IH..wfwd. ....... ..dm um am e6
Muck I 117*. The state merit system office Umphrey ,and Mr*. W. M. Bradley
\ WICOLN bas few O.SCuror.154 1ibaA lOCI West University awe, ,jnotored to Miami Monday night
\ *u,aviW ovta/iMKsT WUMOW n'iHUmXTtttMOtT Gainesville, will furnish detail and.bad a "big time." ; ,
s Moss A 1
Unrequited Desires c unhui mm ARM winos Me and official application. blank -'A brand new girt -arrived
0OVMWUS COUKACS. f. / .upon request. I Tuesday at the home of HenryChapman :
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\ By Awl pfiyhew Flfepatrick A""EDiSOHA": '
When I wary young, I hoped 'liutO\IIM dlan train already reveal cold -'One of the cnuch-dlscussed
tnvee o* me OHICO
some day, engines for the also much-dis
MEW VHTA OS*MNl Anew JOADVW4CC Injury to the bloom and the
To play the part of Eva In the MOUCH SCSIMCf ) leaf. Linda, Taylor and other cussed light plant arrived Monday -

Play I TiXVW AT WAR,tPUOM'j AMttlHttJST 'f hardier trains: seton to tayeborne and I* now In process of being '
And often out In our old cold or iNvtwnoHS AM TO MfoUNO the cold better. 1 unloaded. ."
1ka MtMdOf'
woodshed M NEARLY VERY WAR ANItIC"'" Fortunately mangos were not I _"W H,Bishop and Mr*. Dod- J
I practiced ho'v her three word PLATT AND AT DAME UDuSTRr in full bloom, he said, and although son, both of Homestead, were ':
should be said STATIONSTOC WORLD-OVCIt. 11>>$0/\ some damage was doneto marred( Saturday. . "

But some folk thought on organ )QaN"'I1 the bloom of exposed tree,)I r-Homestead' Growers Ann.I .
drum fid
or it I* hoped that the scale about I 1 is expecting to hip about 1:} car
My music did. : was the best thing thatI me are Sal got spliced the: the bud protected she majority'I this week."

CURRENTCOMMENT preacher man said now we wuz from the cold.
It fell to me to make the people _"Mr. and Mr*. T. J. Letch-
shiver one an' It didn't take one fang f, Leaves of papaya wen badly worth of Kansas City are domiciled
find out which one it wuz-an' burned Mr. Lynch reported,
In the house
Woodbury onKrome
When Liza flowed the Ice cake
she' been that every aenoe," but none of the fruit can be salvaged : \
and Campbell. They are
in the river. AGNEW
Br VEi.SU.ea .
thought that no cliP "
__ hereon their honeymoon trip
r rect Injury + va* done, fc IMS** Of -
Then when my heir grew long I 51Y ......... Add. ___ FREEZE LOSS other citrus except perhaps to -"Cyrus" H. K. Citrus, owner .
.oiler W4.r au N. LP of the which
hoped that they y P.- exposed new growths.4weew Purti publishing Co.
Would think I wa the type to 1:4.: .... Mr. ... -. put out, the Saturday Evening: .
play Louvay AnnaftVW W .It.. _w -. (Conti tued as e'-es4 ae wrwia"
My spots were black and blue mod to determine injuries, ( to wood. Xre1. Itea't waata amolaw and his party: took dinner at the 1A
i tinged with groan A project to build a beeline Young grafted trees are pretty .u,.. trey Mis,ell Alta Seminole Cafe and : proceeded' .m:
From practicing famous, faint toed to Tom w leading, (.can W well termed, he reported, and t spars apse, be..... is hay to the H W Johnston place. fR. .
Ing scene S. Ho. i at We* Fauu Beaoa is Pc-Uocfc. AUtoUm ftnelll and War ,...... Jar rear lots : P. LJyermore .returned Wed- 1

It had not dawned on me, In poetry I being atvived It would pas Fucb avocado 9f the West In. I.ro..t every Jay Ja,. :nesday from a kip to Eagle:
and pros through Okeechobee and Jebrjng joke"t
A heroine amnt have a (Grecian and saws H mile to the gar ,

none. City.
It was my lot for hour and hour e e e \

and hews I Vvftea-nd Jf-they get that i
To tremolo away on ""Heart and blot union atatUm built to Miami How Indian River { .J
Flower" it la proposed to have ,an airplanelanding ; : .
on the roof. Why ,

Still when the minstrel came, I not .build kOn the bay and makeIt
thought Wet then a three-way landing place-by
I'd be mongat those picked out to sea, earth and air? Citrus Fruit

be end men. I

So patiently I memorized Abe From March 1, 1941 to $be
Joke close of 1942 war oecurited'lvefdsold :
Thot they'd looked up to springon in Florida to the amount of r rl;'

.1 local folks. "fll4.e09.iS5: Dade (County: led Helps Build
Again I missed th.'chancito have 'with '32,083IOl-tnon! than two'

my fling million ahead of its nearest competitor ;
It eems that minstrel were real- 'I Duval (Jacksonville). MORE TANKS
ly posed to Ing. Dade quota for January was
I Improvised on Stephen foster' $1,825,521: and t& February tt

tune, wen $1,441,100. i i m j
those pseudo burnt ..
Accompanying '''''''' '" I
cork coons A Jake County packer J* busy TVA '
filling an order for. 2.000'.halt-'! Acnes felt too 111 far

When up above they hop from bushel basket of tangerine, par-' 1 work He was stows

cloud to cloud bushel basket, *o f tangerintt 11 with one of his frequent -

111 be there with my harp and partly Ills own growing" .the rest colds. After ,the a result far fewer pea hem '
twangllng loud. aulesl ,!AI.
doctor entered paste are being }oat la war ..r.d ctloo
And when they walk up. to the )
pearly gate A Gallup poll show that \ \ eltra fruit Mad 4Ye MIa, *:. Ud be the ease U these {

With folded wings a. d _halo American public opinion I It a I vi vegetables !. hi* diet sassof |> "- styles pttaaaiaaxre

primly straight little shaky on the question of he was *. the Job rettarly aMt available. They are literally .

I'll be right there. As through the whether RMsaia will be k ate,I week after week turning out helping .. beau more tanks
gate they romp, play-fellow for .us after the war, ;,
Ml sneak In, too, on my musician's i Is over. A year ago but 39 pet tanks.nd Md other war Implement
comp . Beat oil those voting felt that way,. se with millions of the work- ,And were tt and for the adequate

but jnore/eoantly the .number has llra.la the nation's shipyards... war transportation service provided by
That the Nail armies risen ,to 48 per cent, all of plants. Every lost due 01aeas .
carry which Is not very ccmpUmentary --, day te to the Florida East C..06 a 4 KaJIway.and
with them a "Plunder Squadron'' to Jtuasia.: means fewer gone, UOks ..btpe, War railreada these valuable

manned by competent civilians .s a "d" ( planes and shells at a taB, shoes flerid avedact scald Bet be pvad. _

been brought to light by a German Ohio has Joined In the de-' every minute ef production ..an...

prisoner captured by the wnd for clock-shift back to.. Over the Florida East Coast hallway 4ab&I I -
the pld time and lust
Russian army In the Mozdok area long trabUead of citrus frui sand
went ahead and did it Thisdaylight'saviogs way la which the
In a statement dictated to th. may have added ., fresh vegetable peed .Merth te ;
Sovkt authorities, he jay* ,the !to the afternoon but tt used;, Improve and safer ard the nation' teday are -
experts have instructions to enter up a lot of electricity In the ....Ith. Proving the very ;
palace, museum, libraries, laboratories morning getting the children off "Life-Line ef the .-
or wherever there are Natlaa." ---ttrtJ '
to school "by 4he dawn' early ;
precious documents, art and tclentiflc 1 light: Let's correct that before "
object, and confiscate everything next school year. .
of especial value to be.aunt .. I{. ..
to Germany.He I The RingUng circus -management

I ha announced that the

who shall Introduce Into show would go on the road this

public affair the principle of ,year, opening, a* usual In Madison -
primitive Christianity will changethe i Square garden, New York,
face of the world. on April '. The first day's admission
-Benjamin Franklin.I will be by a war bond
and the bigger the bond the

The moet delicate, the moet front*" the seat. 'Hie entire

v Able of. *U ,pleasures, : I day** tale 'will go to the U. S.
aen-J I a .
t promoting the pleasure of 0
: Mr. TOO\Iebarr111'T1tee: "When

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'Ii . Social Events in South Dade . . I. I



'1. -- Feb. .
3D .--
-Meeting ol Princeton --'---
B, An attendance of more than 200 sored by the First Baptist Church. casualty station. Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Brown ago from West Palm Beam Betty

land: an impromptu preview ol The Woman' Club member will Feb. Presbyterian Auxiliary are announcing the marriage of entered Homestead High School,
lame of the dance numbers that be hostesses at a dance for the entertainment it USO. and she was secretary and treasurer
( *ylU appear In the air base jninf men on Saturday evening in the Feb. 2s-Meeting of Homestead their daughter Betty to Capt. of her class when ah* war
strel show to be given Mar. .t at clubhouse. These parties are a Art Club in Sad Cross turglcal Russell Schell of the U. S Army graduated In 1M1. Since that

the Homestead School auditorium part of the USO program arrangedfor dressing room Engineers in Riverside Church, time she ha attended the Florida
featured the UO Valentine dance entertainment of the base personnel Feb. ,..Meeting of Homesteid New York, on Feb. 1. State College for Women in Tallahassee.
until the completion I of theclubhouse first Aid tatlon. .
Tuesday night Well ever a hundred The bride was lovely In a
soldiers from the air base when other regular features Feb. ,ja.-nAddres by (Carl J. white wool cult and blue acces The bride and brUegroum are
and a sailor here and there vied' will be added. Rofclnson lilt Princeton casualty sories. making thir home In Tallahassee

for the privilege of dancing with A special Invitation we issued station. When Mr. and Mrs. Brown a* Capt Schell In stationed In
:evening gowned girls from ;per.; men of the 4tTth Air Base Squadron Mar. Meeting of South Dads moved to Homestead six years nearby Camp Hugh /ohneion.
Homestead to attend the given last Garden Club with Mr*. H. Brock-
I q rlne and Miami. I party

An orchestra of enlisted men: night by Homestead Presbyterian ett.Mar. ANNOUNCEMENT; ;MADE OF MARRIAGESOF
from the air base played duringthe Church in order that member of I-MUtJ' ot B. P. W. C. I I
this group might become acquainted In Red Cross .room SON ANA DAUGHTER OF PIONEERS
earlier .
part of the evening
and later the ever-popular: juke with the sponsors of their day '''11'. 2-rW. a C. S. study, .meet-

box furnished music for formal room. The party which began at' Ing.Mar.. 3-Meeting of Neighborhood Announcement 1* mad of the S. Navy and )tra. Davis fci making
7:30 held the
: was in USO clubhouse
.', dancing and a limited amount of recent of and her home In Daytona Beach
for all enlisted men. The Club at home of Mn. W { marriage son *
jltterbugglng. with her sister Mn. Pew Raymond
earlier part of the evening visa, Cunnyngham. daughter- of the Rev. and Mr*. 1
Valentine decoration and rose- devoted to various types of fntertauunent ".r. 4.-Meeting of W. M. U. S. Leonard Mowry Homestead whose husband I* lu the
colored light lent I festive and for the soldier and Circle One with Mr*. G. ,A. West Navy.
rcmantic atmosphere to the oc junior hoatessei and dancing began Mar. 11-Meeting of Presbyterian pioneer, now' living In Daytona Stewart L. Mowry was married .
casion.! A public( address system at ':10. Fruit juice and sandwiches -' Auxiliary at home pf Mn. Beach. to Mill Imogene Dait of
facilitated the announcing of entertainment were served.! i Joel J.: Robinson. Mill Catherine Mowry and Jacksonville In a ceremony per
numben. Mar. J5_-Meeting- of University Shirley Davis were united in mar formed ion 9 In Modellan: Fla.
With the men outnumberingthe Game group singing and dancing Club in surgical dressings rooms riage on Jan. 3 in the Church of I They are making their home la
girl nearly two to one, tagging marked the party given Fri of Red Cross. God in Eustis, Fla. by the Rev. Jacksoville Beach. The bridegroom
day evening by Ad Aatr Chapter
was In order throughout, the I I Mar IJ.r-Meeting of Junior H. H. Vine The bridegroom has la a naval operator stationed
evening-tod served *. a && !.- of lbs I). J. S. Woman't Club with Mn. Stanley returned to services wise the U. Il Mayport, Fi!,*.
did get-acquainted medium. A musical program was presented Wlttkop.fir. .
by Mn. Sam J. Davis, Mn.' 14-W. S. C. S. study I 1/RS.
Tub of orange and PR. AND HAYNES WILL OBSERVE .
tangerine Stanley Wittfcpp) and MI';'. Howard meeting.W. j I
were placed out In front of the JohoaoB. Arrangements for the THEIR GOLDEN: WEDDING ANNIVERSARYOn ,
refreshment: bar and the servicemen party were made by Mrs. A. I.. I
were invited to fill their .
Mayhem, Mn. E. J. Pyai, Mr*
pocket and blouse before leave Geo. W. Toner, Mr' *. Fred Suber FEBSUARY, n1jEEJJNG5Circle : Dr.I,t.and Mrs. Ira'?: Haynes his retirement In 1'25. he
ing. Amy busses took the girls Mill Esther Ljvjnnton, and Mill Three of the W. 6. C. A.met wild <{bserve their fiftieth wedding and Mrs. Barnes and their younger
from (Miami and terrine home. Helen, klvlQMton., Mr*. Adi-la wonder afternoon'at three i anniversary on Monday, ion. Roy cam to Homestead
Civilian, transportation ,wa pro- Jacob and Mn, A. X. Paul helped /clock M the home of Mr*, .f. Washington's birthday. from Richmond, Va.
vided .for..tbe local girl*. )By wW he ffoerw-' .Fruit fcUce and W. English" with Mn. J. A- Dougherty ,After their marriage ffashVNle Roy ha since Ipturredfig
special dispensation from the cookies wire aaryed. e* lead*. Dr. Haynes practiced medicine Richmond to make hi tt home.

base, the soldier ware permittedto Special guest were Mr. and The program "''Peaee.'1IIIt and I j in" Kentucky and Virginia. Their alder ton Cecl Ja In busl-

stay out an hour later than Mr*. Bill paryey of New York Enduring" was presented by MnB. I nasa w Houston, T.x,
usual and the dance did not breakup $. Capllnger Mn. *. D. Redd .
City, Mn. Wm. Bolen of Texas liv"".. Mr*, e*. A. McNeil gay -
untl U0,, and Miss Mary Catharine Suber.A pod Mr*. gngtish.Mn. ; I the dvotio al. .sae.. AM. M b1
Red ;and 'whits! gladioli -Valen, bingo game run bjr Mr. Sass ." Capllnger was appointed' Present were: 4he Her. and ...*. a II rye **, yen *..
tine .,. Was .Vest*. )sto wp
Mrs. Adrian Jacob*, who was In was pne of the chief.attractions ait Th social service report showed Hanson Mrs. Robert Glenn Mn. .?. I** iMfr I* *...

charge of.the dance, and to Mn.Z. the party given Saturday eveningby 2) visits |t Pays, J3 . A. .and Mr t. -ft. *. Buchanan. the R e d 1 a n d Neighborhood two bouquet t" Mn. McNeil and the 1Ioft_. every day
Brook Mr*. Ida Klchanberger, '
Club for enlisted men in the USO
Mrs. F. M.: Kent' 14,.. L. R Jacobs clubhouse. Mn. Ralph W. King- The rummage Ml will ..be bald ..
Feb. 20, ttwas decided instead of
and Miss Agnes Studley
assisted man gave a skit, "Vicissitude of a Feb. 27 I
M originally planned.
,at the mack bar where Soldier in Florida", and Mr*. Geo
". fruit punch. Valentine cake and Wright presented a reading, "The The hostess carved hot chocolate ... . ..1'' 'Or err III ,.. . ..f1.. 11.
tangerine were served. Other Reviver. Cha Roark ventrUor sandwiches and fruit cake.

hostesses were: Mn. Goo. H. Fitzpatrick quiet and novelty ,entertainer, staged Those'-present were: the Rev.
Mrs, John Barker Mn, I a Punch and Judy show n4| and Mn. 0. Sewell Palmer, Mn
Walter Weiss, Mrs. B. E. Vlhlen, dialogue. N. G. Ball, Mrs. A. S. Moye, Mn. THEy
Mrs. Frederick Weber, Mn. Harold Danofng followed the program, Selma Reitz, Mn. H. H. Baughan

Kendall, Mn. Paul Loaner and fruit Juice ,and cookie, ware Mr*. Redd, Mn. CapUnger and Reward
and Mn. Hershel Galyon. served. Capt. R. H. Martin special Mr*. English DIXIE DRUG JohiMonWi
Perrin and Goulds girl were service officer and Mrs. Martin The next meeting will be at the y
chaperoned by Mn. Francis Miller were visitors. The hostesses were: home of Mn. D. L Bowen. rtaoalll 3and .11
Mn. 3. H Haizlip and Mn. Mn. C 0. Calderwood, Mrs. L. Plan for the all-day study
B. Dorsett. H. Klopp, Mn. W. E. Gaby Mr meeting to be held on Feb. t were

Local ,members of the Girls' J. A. Rotherham Mn. Fpedrick made Tuesday by Circle One
Service Organization who were Weber, Mrs. Davis Mr*. Chase( which met at the home of Miss

present were Ml** Lillian Aor Mrs. Gowdy Mn. Wright, and I Helen Livingston. Part were assigned 31 Tooth Powder
, .' drew, Miss MararetlrllIbt, Mn. Kinfmim. Member of the In the study book, "The
Mia GrUfte Blair, Mi** Virginia Groin, Service Organization assistedat Presence of Jesus." Mrs.. 6. E. see .dm oft NMI* ,
Beyettee Mia Mary Ano Brown, the dance. Uvingoton led the devotional. TT
Those present were: Mn. John Tooth Brush
His Marjorie Conner, Miss Norma , !
Di Mario, Miss Mary PelS' MM. WRIGHT IS HOSTESS I Williams, Mr*. Casper William Here b swing to* "'C*t f %f >
Uls*' Mary Case: Miss Bonnie TO JUNIOR WOMAN' (,CLUB I Mrs.- Mdlie Wlngate. Mrs. 8. F. ford t r

Groover, bass Elizabeth Hall, Miss, Mr*. Olin Wright lived hostess Matthew, Mrs. Livingston and t'eee r jar.f ...e.ror.Mtl .
Birdie Home Was Wave Barton Monday evening at a social and Miss Livingston.
Mia France Lamb, Mia Mary business Bieetyig of the Junior Fourteen visits to the sick had t
Minello, Wile fM9 fJonmwv Mui,; Woman's dub. been made by member of Circle
Rose Peterson, Mia Sue Robinson : A salad course .and coffee were I Two, according: the social: *erv rzE>x {
Min MarJori, , Redd, alias Lillian served. ice report given Tuesday at the
SwiUay Miss Teeni Torbert i Those present were: Mrs. Bur- meeting with Mrs. H. L. Brown.] etneedad
Ills Lydia yUtlen, Miss franc ley Pendy, Mr Allen IteM Mr*. fine card ,had been tent, and : t wl 0". e;e? oredue'io ninlH ;

Walker Mia rraoce Wroun, "'1.: Ja*. L. Bird. Mrs. T. / Walker, three tray and two bouquet ..eraetlA.pra y.d chsato alle.TAILETS .
AIda Pearl ]H>!Mr. and Mn. E. Mn. Stanley Wtttkop, ,.,... Virginia r nes"1.col .
!, W Cste I Walton. Mn. AugustusWynn { ll o
ciui A00To :
Washingtoa' birthday on Monday and the hostess.
will fae marked by a special I The next meeting will be held;
party for enlisted mm to be givenby ,!Mar 15 at the home, of Mn. Witt- Keep
,, the Altar Society of the Sacred kop with '1'1. ;Walton M Joint +
Heart Church ,In the USO club- ;f host***. 1 1BOLLM r a Modern Charm

house. Cherry ,tarts canes and I i I II FOOL
fruit juice will be served and PADS -W 9Soo
lame, group singing and dancing
Ire planned. |I Z Ml*,cosw7r. Qatek, snake-1p ed..a.

" The regular weekly dance hi i U-.. e ed

slated lor Tuesday and on Thursday -:: Venetian Skating Rink D.e..ia.r sad (seg.0 dee Se.screw 0 is ?ADS t
the will be e be aaaib.d. lta
evening men
I I '7 waw.srrAve.aaasT k*>e_Mptd IkMMods ins ekrtl NOW 4(9cr
guests at on entertainment spon O_. ..

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' ""' ''''n' 71TT ''" "'" Dr. B F. StebbinsDr. 239
1 ANNIE Yi ,v''FITZPATRICK' a ,.a tt esooucr
. L.W, StebbintIMS 6, 11LU elm
Redland Road between Avocado and Biscayne Privet
W. Flatter 81, Miami
Plgnofprte and Theory
These I-IIIS I
Violin. Xylophone
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CANNONContinued changed the entire picture. This jqwered I question at an InatrucI 'I Each person will then have a his insurance of a fair chare of .

'actually would have demonstrated I tlol) meeting for sector and copy of War Ration Book Two- allrationed foods.

to our domestic laborer that unless :I block leaders and assistant

( from Page One) they put forth the needed Tuesday afternoon In Nova King '
; )i ..rue A__ suds,ar. .tta NalfidfI '
If and would have permitted effort we could get the required Corper School auditorium. II !

I harvesting of crops that rotted I labor from other sources. Incidentally Sector leaders and their tel-I I OPA form No.Roo.". Oat seat of ale o.eisrad" wed be IW

'in the field for lack of competent what Nassau laborers we I ephone numbers, lilted by Mrs I .ek w'lIo per.aentries tbe oa. of.Price t..AawMletreWe w. Reuse 1Mh b I
and co-opeatlvre Meld I II Y.. It MM noose*4 a ImmUf *mit a4or
have down here really will put In Hammett for the benefit of I Veils ITATII Ot AMOUUorrici earii not .weber el afuillr
I ,. hands. a day' work as they are out to those wishing to contact block =-.ii..l't5. :'. b tisot.d. I

Carney' letter follow: nuke every cent they can earn.I I leaders, are* Mrs. Paul Haley, /I' or el(:.Menu Ube Loot vill> U NiM4 M febw rM br amnaias tmo.:'Ikee I
"I have the packing and marketing - have given you a true pictureof &4 -W; Mrs. Flora D. Myers,,' f/IICI ADMINISTRATION ,k e.l,. M iaar.4 br ... OSta* el p t.

of 1295: acre of beam produced the actual conditions we have 42-W; Mr*. O. W. Calkins, 08]- i AdnlWt.Wtt.. 1

in this Immediate section had td contend with and am sure W; Mrs. E. J. Dyal 36; Mrs. Ceo .*

' and I am sure ;you will be Interested you can get this verified from N. Wakefield, :S9S-W; Mr*. Ruesell CONSUMER DECLARATION

to learn to whit extent the other In this section." Home, 540-J; Mr*. T. T. itI : Processed Foods and Coffee I

muddling of our labor problem Bowen, 244-W; Mrs. Daniel Williams I 1 1a
i bas affected the harvesting of this New Class in Canning S27-W; Mrs. Harold Kendall -' HEREBY CERTIFY that I am authorised to apply for and receive
} Wr Roilon Book Tm foe each listed Wow who Is a
'acreage Incidentally, about hat Will Organize MondayUnder 280-M-ll; Mr*. Sam J. Davis member of ay family unit, or the person other peruse or persona
i this acreage I* planted to a variety B82-J-8; Mrs. John M. Brown, for whom' I am acting whoM Wr Ration Book One 1 have i

of bean moat desired by -p'Qrahlp;;;; of the 574-W; Mr*. Wm. LourKbury, submitted to the Board) ,

those canners who are turning Redland Neighborhood Club a 20- 280-M-3; Mrs J. M. Holferty, That aha name ef each person and number of hie or her tier I

moat of their pack out on contracts hour class In canning will be organized 547Jl. Ration Book One are accurately Hued "below
I :That none of these persons It confined. or reside In an button- ,
made with our government at at 8 o'clock
a meeting During this six-day registration lion or U a member of the Armed Forces receiving subslrtone -
,'for lend.lea.. and armed force Monday evening In the home perod all retail stocks of I ? In kind or eating In separate sataies under an officer's

.eeda. economic room of Redland School rationed goods will be froden to command|
"There... nine grower In my Mr*. Ceo. N. Wakefield of-Home- allow storekeepers to get their That no other application for liar Halloo Book TW for these

deal, rich with an acreage ranging stead will be Instructor.At stock in shape before the day parsons hat been roads
awl Includeall
That the etalemenU true
following InTcnlory are
from 50 to 350: acre They Monday's meeting will be point ration hopping begins. In indicated food owned by all persons Included I* this

actually harvested 150,000: bushels -: decided whether the course will other words, :you will not be Declaration

of Ant picking bean and be given in the afternoon or at able to buy any of the rationed Coffee "
there were unharveited all the and whether there will be .
night, foods during the registration November
L Pounds of coffee owned on Sit 194J, arm
second and third picking A 10 two-hour classes or five four- period, but you will be able tQbu min" 1 pound for each person Included hi this

rnott conservative estimate of hour classes.A. I ) other unratloned foods. Declaration whose age ns Mated oa War Ration '

beau unharveited would 1 be W. Tenney-supervisor of the The registration will work on Book One b 14 yoareor older . , _.
.125,000 bushels. Florida department of education .. Number of persons Included In skis
the same principle a* an automobile -
"All of had Declaration whose age as Meted -,
my grower planned on Monday made arrangement
assembly line. Every it on War Ration Book One Is 14years 1 iIIIIi.L,
'to put out spring acreage, with Mrs. Frederick Weber, president step will be clearly defined or ...... . . -.--- .
possibly 800 acre Due to prevailing of the Neighborhood Club, .
,1. Any adult number of the Conned Food!
labor condition, this that to thecla..ea.
for group sponsor '
family may register for all members conned
lad_ all eoaimercUlly fmlta (
plan hiss already been abandoned. Includingpled
of the group. He must canned nnubleei canned frail and .....
It I* uncertain what they win Women of the area are urgedto
show the block leader a copy of \ soups, sanos, and catnip
plant next fill, but I can tell I take the course. War Ration Book One (sugar- Do not include canned olives sensed meal and debt see......
you now It will fall far short of I reliahl jellle, Jams, and pieetmeei apaejtetll macaroni, and
coffee) for each member of the
t h I. aeaion'i planting unless Block Planners Win noodle t or home-canned. '
group for whom he wishes to S. Number bottles,and (8-ounce' .lu
they get some concrete assurance War Workers' UniformsThe I cans Jars or, '
register. ..... .. ....
that the labor problem will bet larger) of eommerciallypy .r. fruits, ,c:.b,tisle.
2. Next he will report the .<11 ., lulccs and soup, chili sauce and catsup FlTt7t.-.
j handled differently. Mere word trim blue uniform of Volunteers number of explainers of the ra- I 111''* owned on February 21, 1943, minus S for
that the situation will be handled for Civilian Defense is
each penon Included In thin Declaration , _
uned d
: Commercially h
c a n e
differently will not suffice, a* being worn by Mr*. J. F. Ham- 4. N..Iter.r........... Included la this
they are going to look for action mett leader of Zone One, Mrs. E. goods at home. Just one figure I Declaration. . . .. ........ ._
instead of words. J. Dyal sector leader, and Mrs need be given-the total number The name of each I person. Included In this Declaration and the
of container minus the allowances number of his her Vv Ration Book One In
"Now what are our actual prevailing F. M. Kent, block leader. 1 or ar
oonditfom In citing Worker who have been certified (five 8-oz. container Print None H",. ...
per ). Each separate
these I am nut going to pull any for at least 50 hour of service i 1.
kind of food need not be reported. -
punches, but will tell you just in some phase of defense work
Home preserved foods do not 2.
what ",'e are up against. We hive are eligible to wear the uniform. I

I enough domestic labor availableto count.3. Next he must report how I .
J enable us to have harvested GEN. GEORGEContinued I
many pound of coffee were on
about 75 cent oi our crops ,
per .
hand November 28, the date coffee
However the effort being put .
rationing went! Into effect-less
( from Page One)
forth by this labor 1* most dis- I
I one pound for each adult. Stamp
pUn. 'They are being paid on Gen. George said that he was T. .

a basis enabling them to earn considerably impressed by the for excess amounts will be torn .. ....__.._.. ..,._..__
from $8 to $10 a day, but at great number of buildings and I from the sugar-coffee. ration additional fpote to needed., stork separate ifteotnonet.

least to cent will walk out efficient military operations at book.
\ per 4. At the distribution unit the
the huge Homestead field. He
Held $5:
of the after making : declared that after the war, air I registrant will present the sugar- .................". .. -.... .
1 which seem to be about the
(Oliaatme et applltnt er kutkerlMi
I maximum they want to make. travel from South Florida port coffee book and the declaration I ......- U et 1M ....1.
I ..... ...
form for canned goods, to a clerk United CriiaUul Code !"
They also relent working Saturday -, and South America will do muchto It a tii..ta.l .._. Punishable era _..__.
who will keep the form and tear ... .. ., *
afternoons and they will notI' cement the friendly relations I, a !- IS rran tarrtwe- (Address)
out of each War Ration Bookto "**10 "".*?* asserbetb..not..
between the Americas. Gen.
1 work Sundays matter how a two .tw..I. or nar.wettbn e
on no
George, an expert on bomber : be Issued the correct'number of ..tour ..Mf within use |arMI. .. __.__ I
urgent the need. On Monday ties .! ear Miuaiat.,el asuar of 4Gtr sod aft)
point to
ever since serving. overseas In coupons cover excess
about 60 to 75 per cent will go HM IJalM I
to the Heidi, while the balance the last war, has won the nickname stocks. I -
re- 5. Both War Ration Books One
nurse week-end sprees. Oft'B; : ,7cetn I a a MrweseNT Mw sense1Mr7rFt
Monday and Two will be pissed to a recording
"Then we come to the labor r
after touring Morrison Field, clerk who will transfer
furnished by FSA. What a glorious -
bunch that fat Ninety percent the N. W. 36th street airport and the Identifying Information from I
the local field. each sugar-coffee book to the I
are Just about the worst
i riffraff one can.posslbl)' Imagine. Lt. Ccl. Fontanelle and Ma]. front of the new ration book. I
6. A document clerk will assign
Vanderly Inspected activities at
"Those who came down here
on the pretense of working In the the base here, the last atop on I a serial number to each t
alf point rationing book and keep a
fields were 98 per cent worthless. their tour of American fields
record of the serial number issued
Those who wanted to 'work In f
RATIONINGContinued to each book holder.
the packing houses were not a
7. The final step will be the
great deal better, generally of ( ; from Page One) validation of the book by a clerkwho r
the kind have to at the
;you pay I
I will stamp It and write In
I end of a day1 work when they get Is for reference only and. can I
the aerial number making It officially -
on a drunk and that I* the last not be used a* an. applicationblank. ,
you see of them for three or four ,

day In addition, they constantly I School teacher will handle

agitate trouble. If unable to actual Issuance of 'the books

call a itrlke, they try to create from'' IS noon until S o'clock .

trouble among the help that I From Monday to Friday, Inclusive -

I really want to work. In plain next week. Persons with EXPERT

h ', words, the FSA program for name beginning A through C
bringing down help can be termed will be taken care of on Monday;

a grand and glorious flop 1 D-1, on ,Tuesday; J-N, on BARBERING

"This whole situation could have w.dnaadaoa.. on Thursday,

been remedied very er."ily had the S-U, on Friday; and V-Z, on Haircut Me
r /1 pleadings of our'arow.r.* been Saturday I
I IlIa.--..__ S3e
given any favorable consideration. Mr explained point
Had we been permitted to Import I rationing to her workers, and Shampoo (Plain). lie

I two or three thousand laborer Frank Race and F. M. Holley, of Shampoo (Medicated),.-: 756

1 from Nassau It would have the county rationing .beard, anJRNERS Stage Ua

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I Friday, February 19, 1913 & HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Paste Seven

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.CHEMICAL WARFARE IS SUBJECT OF TALK senior at Florida Southern College RATE: First Insertion ID* t lint; subsequent Insertion

BY GEO. B. OLDHAM TO PRINCETON GROUPCeo. last week completed the first Ma UM
teacher !In Pasco High Schcol I' "
half of her service u an intern
B. Oldham former Dade from various vials In different
Dade City. Ruth E. Lewis is the FOR RENT SAPODILLAS, sapota. iweetaopav
County Defense Council supervisor part of the room and taught the directing teacher whom Miss Redd' W-es, rose-appla and altlmusuat -

of Division One spoke on group to distinguish them by the I* assisting for a 12-week period .ROOMS and apartment. Reasonable fruit in season Quote price
"Chemical Warfare" to member sense of smell. Which began before Christmas. I' rat**, hot water and ihow.er per bushel to R. E. Ogden, Box
01 the Princeton Casualty Stat'on! Dr. Carl F. Robinson new supervisor "We continue to have request *. Palm Hotel, Florida City. 782, Orlando, Fla. "5&11)
at their regular meeting Friday of the division will give for more Intern teachers than we (dllj29)FOR
evening In the Chambers' apart- his talk on "Practical First Aid BOOKKEEPINCACCOUNTING
can supply declare Prof. J. Gordon -
ment building.Mr for Casualty Stations," originally Ogden Jr, chairman of the SALE WE: CAN TAKE CARE of a few
Oldham used a "snifter kit" scheduled for last Friday on Feb. education department a' Florida more small act of book In tae
ie demonstrate detection of the 28 The public is urged to hear Southern. evenings at a minimum price.

. various types of gas. He put gases this address. Miss Redd state* that when she American Husband general and test accountant

worked under classroom conditions I i drawers with plate glass mirrors tax expert. Wife
OFFICERS DISCUSS GROUND DEFENSEAT I I for the lint time she was I! Phone 880 M 2. (pf9)i bookkeeper dJuble entry sys k
I tem. Can take oft trial balance 1
Impressed by the Interest of the
MEETING OF OBSERVATION POSTThe I student In their classes. Intern ,FOR SALE-500 N. H. chicks, 1 I profit and loss statement, etc. U
\ wk. rid. Also N. H.
-- teaching, she say, "ha helped me you need a set of book for
Importance of the work of ters were ihown. gain self-confidence and helpedme Harry Rice south" end Newton your business, we call set them

the ground defenses In training Chief Obsrver M. E. Myer re- to learn how a school ls operated I Rd,, Modello. (pf2) up for you to conform to all
'and In active. defense was discussed ported on the success of the recent ;" new rules, regulation and tax
CIRCULATING kerosene beater
by Lt. DeWitt Smith and reorlanlzatlrn"of the poet "At' first," Miss Redd add, "I law. Can give local and Miami
.Sit. Stone of the Miami air de- and told of the needs for 10 observers didn't realize the value of Intern! for sale cabinet style references. If Interested phone "
fense region at a meeting Tuesday to take weekly three-hour teaching But now I believe everyone top removable for light cook- 397 our home and ask for My. {
evening of the personnel of I shifts. Mrs. J. A. Soper secretaryand shculd have this opportunity I Ing. Excellent condition $19 or Mrs. W. A. Austin. pfl*.
I Phone S04-J before 8:30 a,m. or
the .Redland observation post In i treasurer reported that sufficient before she begin teaching on her
Redland School. funds were en hand to buya own.1 after 6:SO p.m. (JlStf) CHILDREN given good care, .by

"The Battle of Midway". a tech stove for heating the observation The Intern teaching Idea was'ONE Caterpillar "IS" tractor new week, day or month. Reasonable

nicolor moving picture with sound tower. Introduced In Florida by Prof. Og I tracks Brooks, Inc., Phone 78-R. rate Florida City Nur.
which was taken by the U. S.Navy. About forty person were present den' department four years ago. (dll-tf) I aery. <( .-and'an instructive picture I at the meeting, which was Today it I* requirement of the!! ,
on observing and reporting aircraft ,limited to workers and potential I state department of education and i 18 INCH by 4 Inch Barnes Irrlgat. FAT hen J. R. Bevls, near. Left'sstore. |

and the work of filter cen workers at the post the plan Is being used by Florida tog pump. 1.0000.lal. per min- (dlBtf: )
State College for Women Stetson ute. Direct connected to 4 cyl
'University. the University of Ml-j I Le Rol engine Brooks, Inc. TO trade '37 ',4-ton delivery ...

I IRS.. PLUMMER ELECTED PRESIDENT I amt the University of Tampa and I Phone '78.R. . (dll-tf) dan for 1-ton stake body truck.J. .

OF PRESBYTERIAN WOMEN'S SOCIETY Rollins College. R. Bevls, near Left's store
study;;;;;;; and I Miss Redd Is a daughter of Mr.i' LOST diatf. !)
Mrs C B. Plummer talked on "The Ob- and Mrs. Fred H Redd of Home I I ------- -
president of the Woman's Auxiliary ject of Prayer." Mrs. Murphytold !t
stead. LOST-Saturdli.IIIht Boston
of the Homestead Presby- of plans for the ,USO partyfor a
| bull. Mrs. Alva Lee Phone Row ell & Son
iterlan Church at a meeting of the enlisted men.
'group on Feb. 11 at the home of' The next meeting will be heldat MIGRANT LABOR,! S92-M-1. (118) JUNK CARS WANTEDFOR

Mrs. J. R. Hickson In Naranja the home of Mrs. Joel J. Rob- I LOST One female liver-and- SCRAP iron. Highest "
Mrs. Carl F. Robinson was elected Inion on Mar. 11. of prices paid with or without "";.
In vicinity
white pointer dog
secretary-treasurer and Mrs. F. Those present w .<. e: Mrs. (Continued from Pale One) Naranja. Answers to name of itres. Phone 8-2158 or bring to i

O Hathaway historian. Lawrence Pope, Mrs. A. F. Darling set up In tae; nursery building,I Kate. Call Ceo. H. FiUpatrickflfltf 3019 N. W. 28th St., Miami. ,;
Mrs. Marvin' T. Murphy reviewed Mrs. R. N. Herman Mr*. Camp Manager E. A. Robert said ( ) 1
the boolj, "On This Our Foun R. E. Trotter Mrs. Vane Harris, yesterday.
dation" and Mrs. J. M. Holferty Mrs. R. C. Jackson, Mrs. Geo. Fifty tents had been unloaded I WANTED
located Presbyterian mission cen- M. Frick Mrs. Joseph L. Hick- and erected yesterday to house .:

,ten, abcut which the book was son, Mrs Jcel' J. Robinson. Mrs. the 125 men who have been sleep I WANTED TO BUY-Green pigeon
'!bitten, on a map of South Ameti'ea. I Carl T, Robinson Mrs. Murphy, ing In the community hall due to peat In the pod mangos and all
Mrs. Kent, Mrs. Holferty and the overflow of worker To deEnnll other kinds of tropical produce HOTELPATRICIA :
Mrs M. W. Kent led the BibleBLOODJANK the hostess Mrs. Hickson. crease the fire hazard of housing' S. He sen, 7 E. llMh St., New ,

large groups together, as many, York City I IPLOWINGwID

the Church of Christ hat not tents as are needed will be setup I mule and'i'
announced.The Mr. Robert AId.I furnish
tot i plow hand. L. P. Kendrick Eol)
Homestead Rotary Club Campbell it. (11%)' 312 S. E. 2nd Avc. ,
(Continued from Page One) ,will be represented by W. E. ,I Just As Well |

John's Episcopal Church; Mrs jRheney; the Redland District Young Girl Reporter (Interviewing -' CAPABLE relable: woman for .MIAMI

Earl Scott and Carl Field. Homestead ,Llons Club by S. J. Lynch; : celebrity): "Tell me, house work. Petz Tourist I
I Church of the Nazarene; 'and John O Salley Post of the '.what was ycur greatest amblt'Ir'l Home. 302 S. Krome. (JBtf)
,B. C. Murphy and Henry Dod- (American 'Legion. by E. J. Nor- as a child and have you I Overlooking bay and river. t
I II +
,son. Church of Gold; ; Mr. and and man. it?"
Mr*. Robert MacDonell, Silver| Dr,Carl F. Robinson Dade: The great man looked at her Two, blocks from Flatlet :

Palm Methodist Church; Mrs.i County Defense Council supervisor thoughtfully and said: "I'm sorry I Street.
Cina Stewart and Frank St 11- (' of Division One, hat been ,Ito I say that I never attained my For Prompt ;
blood donors from ambition" Quirt cool, comfortable
man, Redland Community; and enlisting; boyhood
Mrs Roy Chandler and Mrs O. )among casualty station personnel "What was it?" I CAB SERVICE I Refined atmosphere '{
W. Calkins, Florida City Community |and will continue to work under "To throw an egg. Into an 'ri
I Church. The committee the new set-up. I electric fan.:'-Ex. I at reasonable rate ,i

NOW ....."... Walllnt '
.' PHONE 9108 or 3S9


I* W. FI...... M, Mlaarf. T.L ...'I. This Mad.ra rkool Off., .. toman and Yens Wamaa An Opp.rla.llr to Train for $2.00 Single :
Llnllkoad.. I I. Pro,..... Which Will Nmr Craw OM-tatal Re sty Oparatora Should. Urn wed Wows ,. Take I"* ,. O. Plummrr Prep
Thin Training at This Than aa There b a Doaiand far Trained Women In This PN'....*. LOW TUITION RATER.rfct $3.00 Double

mr, girl U fitted either for ..... .... In alt branches of UM work. Edna La Franoa Beauty Schorl U thurowk r
Motto or aaaimoHlal work u a maaaaof Any woman InWnatoa1 la taking .. the 1 I and aided br tile art type of taellltha. .1 ,
livelihood and bounty clltur opom .. work ran ia ao and at tile UM MM ao-I Kwy student b Individually Br* S. L. Kendrick r+:
season meant for a ,... ears practical" ..po....... The awaiaUM Pared to kaoona ratlefcnt I. nor pro.f
The 11_. EDNA LA FRANCE BJCAU- to complete a __ of twenty two .Mlon.Wa j
JUSTICE OF THE Slay evernlfbl te llnlkb
TT SCHOOL orated I* Miami at 11 W. 1 ill auajtha.Tralno amoit therefore, that tat to tka If,.
Fleeter *t, often opportunity to woman l. Inmate work yM have a Ian pmantan of kfaiiur operators that I PEACE I bD.laHI-N"e
! a* well a* tlrlt Juat out of ockool.Tka protwlon for a 11.1_ 1In lot like have takes up. war work ft la very ntaai I
i management walcomaa InaulrUaaiMl a trot deal of allies and other oom. our tNt oar local beauty kop oaaratoM, Birth Certificate and ether docntncnU another trip (hkh mean gas,
will ka clad to have anirona Intora.- marries| work ... Industrial work for thatmatter In coder to obtain aorapawnt ...... waslocal acknowlfdfed and ,,'I&. I ID..e. }
... la ka training' call personally to InJpaat whom there aanwa l> many I... ( women and (Ma M take up tralalni I Iat I .. I tires, time and nerves) ;
this ntodini arkoul and the aoama. .tone* M an limit which eannot .. this aekool baairdlatolir Tk sot b'nomlnnl. 1O
WHk the advance of woman Into aroalrraaehL. .'- The tracking Dart Hi MM. Odd Fellows Bldg. i \
8t Homestead, FU.iI
kwlMoa aW ollltr aeuehke. to* M. W. 1st 1
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Bar Ml Lathing ttntn W,.nto,of oaoratora MM the beauty akortan oatorinv estabikhmoutban Mnaw4tmliitd vovoni lor I i-GERALD 1). TANNERINCOMB .1.1I I' New.. . A Motor Oil! ----- ---- J

en, lau snot ......... and U-t nerd fONaULTANt I .
I TAX ( rthlrb safelyCutsOHCostinHalf. : DOUBLY SAFE!
for KKT K and nun expert..".... worn In :
L;>1.. PHONE 2aesLV
this work fc K great that annek of'tbrnVmaml Drive carefully, of course,
,... ,
mwjt s* noanawonMl nt : .1\-
.i .people earl toka Uirlr ,-Uof la this I i I................., ,.................. I But carry protective Auk On- t
Particular. field ., endeavor .,-..... a -- -- Now ,*. ran ours aa ward a* .10 I ( suranre-certainly) There art
oar pause tart thin ornwil den not n-I, nllJif : = M M or alL for MaatMa, I ly e4 farms--and amounts''--of Auto ,
Solve. many rwunK for .xperloaerd op lltAD : this REHVOIL lakrlraUaMkw
sal UM demand bur hraocM about WANT i> lam al-arlrS kru. W Insurance expressly suited toy '
'c : = rail for .UIM W.ol nlttfr I ro I Air Lines. flrw wliwaraa' that I < ur needs, and purse. We win 1
KEPINOIL hoot their maven to I
t.'+.,: matter 011_ And Iko.M>wa ...... expluii i-freely. Feel free .
I, to mar fbrta sad rmllrooa. Their t ask us tot .t.t

Need Homes'and Groves at Reasonable. Prices : mass tanttMoal III...'.aMtorkti.Mn thrifty. ...-_ ; ,1;

PARTIES WAITING' WITH CASH ." I Oukia to thin NM. all pea aa... ,I .e.EDWARD STILING

Refinoil Motor Oil Agent tor Americas Atli..
J. K. DORN Real Estate I I la. raa<* C*. REALTOR *. t
til S. W. tat Court Phone 541-J tlorlda City Fla. t
ftt Halcjo*.Arcade, Miami Fla. Phone X-2U1 I Open 7 to 7 I.


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j Pair Eight HOMESTEAD LEADER AND KNtERPfltSfi Friday,February 19,1943
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