Title: The leader-enterprise
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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: February 26, 1943
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00583
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Plant Gardens Now If You Would Eat LINWSONATNIPARLEY'
SCHEDULE SET

This Summer, Frank Rue Advises Rotes .- ,
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FOR GROUPS IN9T01ROUNDUP I I The of home gardensand THE WEATHEROfficial Dade growers will sell the remainder
AREA WILL KEEP the of
raising poultry and weather report of Urn of their winter crops under
pigs to supplement local food supplies :
Subtropical Experiment Station temporary; ceiling prices basedon
LABOR IMPORTSTHROUGHSEASON slashed deeply by; ration Homestead, Florida.
rules and the recent freeze, were II the highest prices received immediately -
, bate IkhilMI* 1 sea I fete "
advocatd by Frank Rue In a talk Feb. 18 __ I 77 I 44 :SO.31)) ; after the freeze rather
on the community; side of Rotary Feb. 19 .. .._ | It j 431 I I than under a loner per package ."
activities at the club meeting I Feb. 20 n I I80 i 48 |130,111| baala."i

The Importance at giving blood FSA farm workers will not be Wednesday International In observance of Feb. 21 I 8t 1 45 I j This concession was won from \:
Rotary anniversary Feb. 22 :182 I 43 |129.901|
at the Redland District
blood removed from the before the the OPA on Monday by Luther I. 1
area week International club servicewas Feb. 23 I: 81 ( 55 |129.891| .11
bank round-up next Sunday Feb. end of the current growing season, outlined by USO Director WX I Feb 24 88 1 I 45 |128.1181| Chandler and Rep. pat Cannon ,
18, la order I ; who argued that the comparatively -
to
establish a credit W. R. Bird, U.SE.S. representative D Ward, and vocational service
_' -reserve for this area, was emphatte laid yesterday by Oeo. M. Frick. high Feb. 11-22 prices would "'
'' ,. crops on thousands of A'
acres
have turnip greens collards epd carrots .
expired j vejtweftjttumdto
Redland
the
4secretaryof District
+ which Otherwise would be left
.. .; ,their homes, wersuggerfed'Tor immediateplanting
Chamber of1Commerce. ne said and the V
'disgruntled laborers have gone, by; Mr. Rue to Insure an 'SERVICE 'TO Idle. .,
"The experience of a loca) real.. according to Manager E. A Roberta -- abundance of vegetables throughout Mr. Chandler also appeared by
dent this past week who needed of the Bedland Farm Labor the summer. Cowpeas shouldbe Invitation before a special session '
blood and could obtain It from (Continued oa Page Seven) planted every 30 days he said: AID IIUANN1NG of the senate agricultural committee
the county bank only by purchase Greens will mature in from SO, to testify on the local
at a high rate or by volunteered to 40 days, collards In about 50 I labor situation and to furnish
replacement Illustrates the nece. Citrus Ceilings Apply days; okra In 10 or TO days; and Rationing of canned goods has figures: on crop production.
ally of kuUdutfup a locale edit to To Packed Fruit Only potatoes, in M to 100 days. made local residents more alertto Chandler attacked the farm policy
that blood can be obtained with Mr. Rue also advocated the I I makers of the administration
the need for home
acute preserving
out coat and without delay Car. Lakeland, Feb. 25-OPA price canning of surplus crops. Shell which he charged with complete-
Son said: "The time may come ceilings oa citrus apply only to the beans may; be obtained for the and production of food, (Continued on Page Six) 1.
when Mood cannot be bought at packed fruit and not to the prices picking from abandoned fields and I Ceo, N. Wakefield said yesterday -- .

any price from the bank, aa the growers may obtain front shippers, some tomatoes are available for Due to the demand, Future Squash, Bean Acreage
available supply subject to call Harry L. Askew chairman of the canning, he said. Into Replanted After Freeze
:Farmer boys may; be pressed
from our various war fronts." Florida Growers Administrative
To facilitate the flow of don. Committee explained this week. i canning service under, the dlreeI ,I
From 100 to 300 acres of squashand
en at the round-up which will beheld When announcing that no Increase ALARM I THWARTS I lion of capable instructors, and from 100 to 125 acres of beans !
from 9 a. m. until 1 p. m. in In citrus price ceilings j another group Is being added to have been planted by independent
the Sacred Heart clubhouse, the would be allowed, the OPA expressed !he canning classes taught by; Miss farmers in the Florida City-High
following time schedule has been these ceilings in terms of ATTEMPT TO ROB{) {Bertha Kill Hautman :Mr: Wslce- land farming area, since the
arranged for members of the "on tree" equivalents Askew said,
various field aaid
I Persons interested in freeze, according to Manager C.
groups: and this led many growers to be- POSTOFFICE HERE:l Joining this latest canning class S. Phillips of the Florida City
From 9 a, m to 10 .. m, Homestead lieve that they could not sell their
may apply at the agricultural de. State Farmers' MarketTomatoes
Methodist Church. St. John's fruit for more than those figures partment of Homestead High were bringing ".25
Episcopal Church; from 10 a. m "Actually there are no maxi An attempted robbery of the I School I I immediately after the cold wave,
to 11 a. nw Sacred Heart Church, mum prices at which growers can Homestead post office was frustrated have I
the 50
Many people Idea th.t.e.tabl.1 he said and beans $4 but priceshave :
Church of God, Princeton Casualty sell, their fruit," Askew said around 1:30: Sunday mornIng -. '
no are available for been "slack" the past few
Station, Perrlne Casualty; "However the shipper I Is guidedby when Mrs Wm H. Sykes who I since the I {\
canning freeze, but fresh, days due to confusion among buyers ;
Station; from 11 a. m. until 12, the maximum price for which lives nearby; notified city police, mature corn, English peas lima as to price ceilings which are
noon, Homestead Rotary; Club, he can sell the fruit after he has that a prowler had broken Into I .
I beans spinach, carrots, turnips: being set on perishable produce.
(Continued on Page Six) picked It". the building.I _ other March
and produce can 'be purchased Until perhaps there J

" of Ration Book 2 Halted the Mrs;sound Sykes of breaking was awakened glass aa the by I r In abundance from truck should be good mature tomatoes son
Issuing Intruder shattered window of growers, Mr Wakefield said. the market;, Mr. Phillips Mid
II a A soup mixture has btenworke4 as much of the fruit was protected \
Here Although Supplies SufficientWar the lobby to gain entry and she, out by instructors to utilize tomatoes from the frost by heavy vine i
saw the man attempting to force shell beans, etc, he said About 400 acres grown by Independent ;
open the safe. The thief and other palatable combinationsare should continue
farmers I
Ration Book Two had been ently was wearing gloves,.PPU.I being canned. In he said.
FARMERS TO GET issued to more than 4.000 Redland fingerprints were found production 1
District residents at Homesteadand safe or in the employees room
: LOANS AT ONCE : Redland schools up to 5 o'. which also was entered by breakIng -1 H.. V. Kaltenborn Visits Base on Tour
clock: Thursday afternoon when the glass in the door. 11
I orders were received from Miami A Miami postal Inspector madea Of Air Transport Command Fields j 1

FOR WAR CROPS! to discontinue Issuance of books survey after the attempted robber

until further notice, due to insufficient ;,. Postmaster S. E. Livingstonsaid. On the first )Wf of an Inspection ,,
; ;ay;; supplies of forms. No cash, stamps, C. 0.!D. RATION BOARD:
Local farmers obtain loans tour of air fransport command i
Homestead had a sufficient supply package or other valuables were
of sums less than 87,500 through on band Principal B. MHlndman I missing.: fields, ,H. Xaltenborn. distinguished :
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essential of the local school said 1IIcI"
planting of war crops, '
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j., County Agent Chu. H. Steffanl last night, but In order to avoid Freeze Los.'Eatfmiteel'I analyst; Saturday made a surveyor .
>I., said yesterday. confusion In the countywide setup I 95%' Everglades Crops TO LOSNER BLDG.The of the Homestead army air base. }
of the schools, ration book is*
% for the loans
Applications are Mr. Kaltenbom left New York
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.expected to on hand at the county _nee was ordered discontinued I Bell Glade, Feb. 25 (FNSK- .
< w agent's office before the .week Is here along with the metropolitan Everglades IJ'OWIrI1Iewed the War Price and Rationing I immediately after Ms broadcast ,t
out be said and upon approval area.where the shortage,occurred. 'results of the disastrousfreeze of Board .Is moving this-week from :Friday. evening shaped at Mor

t t' by the board checks will be Issued .Persons "with,tip beginning .las Week and estimated that,''* offices oa South' Krome ay*, to dead Field bit "FrIda;", and pan 1''
to farmers immediately.. The war. with UK letters 8 through Z, and prexlmately H per cent of ,toe quarters to ,the Losner buildingat came on to Homestead. He< Inspected .
.board, headed by Luther' L. others who failed; to get their winter vegetable crop of the area the corner of Krona --aid )Y w. rooms
the1 day and had ,
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Chandler. Is authorized to make books on the designated days will was wiped out wY first at.Members' .dinner In the k
,MknesBat* drafts for sums under be Issued their ration books when While tM bean. crop was" by far of the board are t ban. 11II'4"IUadron a
,*,,.... Mr. Steffanl said. I additional supplies are receivedby the hardest hit, cabbage also suffered A. Carter, chairman J. R. Brooks ness
to*, tut Ml.cede(,.enta'7-91 tJ\a.county rationing board and Walker Fewler. A. R. 101.1" .)- Mr. Kaltenborn expressed great
flM frailim Credit ,.Association [which H Is expected will be by I Plan tar replanting are. already is clerk and Mrs. .fieldingRulf satisfaction with the progress of

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BISHOP CANNONTO :Three Changes Made I IL J. DERBYSHIRE .Beach- Seeks Growers' CooperationI i

In }I. U. S. FacultyThree ,
I i In Opening Farmers' Market There

SPEAK HERE change In the faculty of' DIESDJHOSPITAL

Homestead High School were announced of o ably upon the establishment of
.A letter asking If a group ]
SUNDAY EVENINGBishop this week by Principal B. Funeral services for Henry local farmer Would be interested such a project the write saysj
M. Hindman. 1 James Derbyshire, 73, were conducted in opening a farmer market at and retail merchant opposition,]
Mill Marl Hensley of Tampa at 3 p. m. Monday in the Miami Beach as a direct contact could be blocked by letting uyl
James Cannon, Jr, will baa succeeded .Miss Josephine chapel 'Of the Turner Funeral point between the email truck the market as a regularly" city-:
.' preach at 1:15: Sunday evening at Cook a* instructor of physical education -: Home by the Rev. Lewis MInterof producer and the consumer: ha, censed: business.. .
a union meeting of Homestead at Homestead High Redland and Florid City been received by the Redland District -, Farmer groups Interested In the]
i churches: In the First Methodist School Mill Cook 1* now a Community churches. Cremation Chamber of Commerce from project may obtain additional Information -.
Church. W A VI:. Mill Hensley, a certified took place Tuesday morning In a Beach real estate broker. i from the Miami Beach'.
Bishop Cannon, active advocateof instructor In physical education,I Miami and burial will be In Flint, Quarter formerly occupied: by' Chamber of Commerce.
total abstinence, spoke Mondayin came here from Hlllsborough High Mich. a super-market and fitted with I
St. Petersburg at the annual School She hold a B. S. degree Mr. Derbyshire' death was un- necessary fixtures and refrler'-I
convention of the Anti-Saloon from Peabody Institute. Mrs. H. 1. expected. It came Saturday tion equipment may possibly be
League of America and will remain Brandenburg, president of the lo I morning at 4:30: o'clock In James rented at a reasonable sum for'
In Florida through the first Jest p. T. A. substituted until Miss Archer Smith Hospital where he the proposed market the letter
week of March. He has been I'Hen ley"* arrival. i had gone to receive treatment lorI says. Due to the present food
peaking three times each Sundayand The Rev. Marvin T. Murphy, I bad cold. shortage, the city would look fav-,
every night while on tour pastor of Homestead Presbyterian He leaves: his wife, Mr*. Anna - -- -- --
Bishop Cannon is a member .ol Church, for the rest of the season H. Derbyshire; one brotherlGeor" I
the administrative and executive will fill place of Rudolph Gosa- I Derbyshire of Peru, Ind.; Bird Attends Meeting t
committees: of the Fedehl Coun- man, Homestead coach, who resigned ad three sisters of Huntington Of Commissioners Assn.
cil of the Churches of Christ In to Join the Immigration and W. V*. I
America. Naturalization Border Patrol. Mr. Derbyshire, retired lino- Chairman Preston B. Bird of the
Mr. Murphy played with semiprofessional I type machinist of Flint, Mich., and Dade County commission was ex- y
basketball team and : Mrs. Derbyshire who had pent pectedto return home last night
Mrs. C. F. Blackburn
coached a church league in his many winter in Florida, two !from Tampa where he attended tit t 1w
Is Buried in Arcadia former |home |tin !Chattanooga. : years ago bought the Todd placeIn 'session of the Florida County
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While in school he played with the Florida City. as a winter home. Commissioner Association and
Funeral service for Mrs. C. Baylor Prep School eager and .u both Mr. and Mrs. Derbyshire 'the state road meeting.Mr. i
Fred Blackburn, mother of E. B., was on the freshman team at have given almost indispensable 'I Bird said thafwhlle he was (That s the Anlericaf Spirit)
Blackburn.were held at 2 p. m. : Presbyterian College. help to the South Dad Red at the meeting he would try to
Friday in Broadway Methodist Mrs. Carl Field, former high Cross chapter, the surgical dress hive the highway commission Indorse -
Church in Orlando. Burial and school teacher, is substituting forMrs. ings rooms were closed Monday the' Rlck'enbacker causeway Uncle Sam J.l doing I while. of
services at the grave took place In L, R. Becker, who has resigned afternoon as I tribute to Mr. Der and the bridge over the Coral,
Arcadia. as teacher of social subjectsIn byshire's memory, and the door Gables-Canal at Coco Plum Plaza.I a Job In this global war and a.

Mrs. Blackburn, who died I the high IChoolJI"r bore a funeral piece of ribbon and He was accompanied by Commls- big part of it is being don by
Thursday In Orlando, was the evergreen.Mrs. sionar K. P. Lowrey and County
wife of the Rev. C, F. Blackburn, Growers Bow to Beach Derbyshire plans to make Attorney Fred W. Cason. long distance telephone. .
first pastor of Trinity Methodist ; i Florida City her permanent home. That's why we ask you tt
Church in Miami and former presiding Defeat DiamondbacksHomesetad
elder of this district. Visitor From Ohio Dies I please usa the long distance :

Mrs. Blackburn leave besides Growers sustained LOANSContinued From Lingering Illness lines only when really nectt- .*
her husband: six sons, E. B. the: second defeat of the season -- I
Blackburn of Homesteaa, Paul Tuesday afternoon at the beach ( from Page One) Funeral services will be held In wry, to at to keep them clear
Blackburn of Barlow Hartley when the Miami Beach Typhoons II In'charge of taking Dade appll-!I Salem 0., for Jesse Orin Hollo-I for vital war business. It will be
Blackburn and nosed out the home quintet 33-32. way of Salem who died In Silver
of Manatee Fred cations and making necessary In- :' I
Robert Blackburn of Atlanta, Ben Jack Marshall, who starred, held vestigations. I! Palm Feb. 18 at the home ot I especially helpful if you will,as
Blackburn of Orlando; and five up the score by making three : Food production loan of two i friends, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ross. 1 far as possible, avoid making
points In the last minute the through''! Mr. Holloway was 11 yean of i
daughters, Mrs. Hugh Martin, Mr* of types ire available I i distance calls to war-
111- long
Holtzendorf and Mrs. Louis Am- game. ,funds supplied by the Regional age. Death followed a long any
bler of Arcadia Mr. Clifford Grower 'downed the Redland Agricultural Credit Corporation.The nes the last month of which was'I busy industrial cinten.
i' Dance of Lake Wales, and Miss Diamondbacks 40-25 last Friday I I first type I Is secured loans for spent at the Ross home. Mrs. Hol Material shortage prevent
Mabel Blackburn of Orlando; night in the Redland gym. The Increasing farm production and loway accompanied him to Silver
and a step-son, Henry Blackburn Growers held a 18-17 lead at the the second 1* loan for which the I Palm.' expansion of telephone facilitiesto
f of Gainesville. close of the first half but rapidlyran crop Is security to finance pro- He is survived by: his wife fill the general Increasing
1 up the tally when Kenneth duction of war-essential vegetables Ruby; three children, Sarah, My-
j ra and William; four brothers, demand for service, so won't I
Greer
i high ttorer for Redland, such as sweet potatoes, tomatoes -
Rites Be
JlcChiskey to had to be removed from the game I snap bean, lima beans, Howard, Leland Emery and Wil- you help to make the most of
Held in MississippiStephen because of an Injured shoulder English peas, carrots, etc. lard, all of Salem; and a sister 'ri
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Marshall was high man for the I Mrs. Roaco Stanley of Salem. I what we have, knowing that in

Joseph McCluskey, roll- Growers with 11 point, Flernoyjott 1 column of I Miami newspaper l The body was lent to Salem doing this you are making a
may produce results, local school Wednesday by Turner Funeral
scored 10.
er operator for Power and Archi-
II I genuine contribution to the war
officials said yesterday. Home.
bald, Inc., died at the James Miami High' cancellation of the
Archer Smith Hospital Wednesday March 1 date with the Growers effort
after a brief illness. The has caused much discussion among
body was sent Thursday by Tur- local fan who are sure the home I SOLAR HEATERS SOUTHERn '
ner Funeral Home to Roblnsonvllle joys on their own grounds could While They Last-For Qualified Purchaser BELLTELEPHOIIE
Miss.,. for funeral service avenge the drubbing handed ELECTRIC BOOSTERS-WOKNOUT EQUIPMENT REPLACEDFree I
and .burial. them' earlier In the the I Estimates en Re-roofing and Sheet Metal Work ROD TELEGRRPH company .
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Mr. McCluskey was born May *. Theairing. the i CIFFEN ROOFING CO. Coral Gables, Dial 4-1631 1..ATla
17 1903, In Grand Falls, Canada. matter* getting In the sports
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I 18 year and had come to Homestead I -. --
six month ago from
eon villc, Mia 1
lie U survived by: his RObin-I
I Margaret; three children
l Evelyn and Stephen, Jr.; hi REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZERS
f er, Mm. WcCluskey of Canada;I
three brothers, Carl and Michaelin
California and Adrian In Canada -
; and five sisters, Mrs. Irene
Vanier in Maine, Mr*. Zila Cushln
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in Canada, Mrs Katherine Livingston -
In Massachusetts, Miss Vera
McCltukey in Canada and Miss .
EsttUe, a, nurse with the U. S.
forces In Africa. .' Consult us about your fertilizer requirements :

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The Red Cross surgical dressings "
from 1 to S I
room are open
I J o'clock daily from Monday tillFriday Due to government regulation and short-

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Waters' Barber Shop I ,

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SenrteeKe* a draft I '

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i[r' JuiniU Delta la confined to her Buddy Poppies to ReSold closing hoar It WM' I a. m be-

I i i home with an Injured eye Here Tomorrow'To fore the dress shop was able to II,
shoo out the last reluctant buyer

In and Ground I!week-end-guest Hot/ae Arnold of of Redland Mr. and was Mrs.a : help the living by tioqormg' and dene the doors "'

I!Fritz Schroeder ,,the dead'.. Buddy Poppy Day will Army Cast Rehearsing 1
0fw I be held tomorrow in Homesteadand "
i I throughout the nation by For Public Minstrel
Homestead Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lee of
Veterans of Foreign Wars. I
Fort Lauderdale are living In the
i I J. C. Vann and Wally Budach. A cast of 30 Is rehearsing for
Brockett cottage on Eighth It.
who are in charge: of tales here the minstrel show for civilians

N I Harold Rohrer left Monday 'for will be assisted by local Boy which will be staged by talent
Mr*. H. S. Brandman of Syrt- the home of Hit. and Mrs Adrian Scouts and the following members from the Homestead army air base
Sable where he will fish for
h csue, N. Y. I it a house guest of Jacobs. She came home from Cape t of Girl Scout Troop IS: on Saturday, Mar. 6, In the Neva
several weeks.
her brother-in-law and sister, Wesleyan College three weeks. ago Margaret Barnes, Barbara Horne, King Cooper school auditorium.
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Mr. and Mn. J. E. Gauiens.Mr to recuperate from an 111n.| ... Mr. and Mrs. J. Mahony will Betty Byrum Sally Suber, Ruth Admission charges will be 21 ,
""': Byrum Connie Campbell, Dorothy cents for the children's matinee at ';'
leave next week for their home in ,0
W. K. Walton, who hal FLORIDA Luke and Joyce Walker. 2:30: p. m. and $1.00 for adults at 1
rented the first floor of her borne CITY Ohio. I An appeal to the public:.to open S p. m. Ticket may be purchased S

to Mr. and Mr*. W, Merle Prow- Bf Warrens Bevwry W Warren -has purchhased the I hearts as well as pocketbooks to from the Dixie Drug and from ..,
.bridge of Detroit, li pending this cause U being made by Mr. Mn. E. A. Buchanan at the county
much of her time visiting in Zellar house on Broadway.A I Budach, who quotes the following ..agent office, Mrs James L. Bird.
Miami with her sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Sheffield of I extract from a letter which Pres.usa. Director W. E. D. Ward and
Mn. Anna Sinsel, and In Coral Miami are announcing the birthof dinner party in honor of the Roosevelt wrote to the V. F. W. Clarence J. Parman, chairman of '
a seven-pound son, Robert birthdays of Misses Genevieve and j
Gables with Mn. Martha Murray command -ln-chlef. the USO committee
Carlton on Feb. It. Mr. Sheffield, Beatrice Cline was given by Mn Proceeds of the entertainment. ,II
"Every orphan deserves a
Lt. and Mn John Paul Floyd a brother of Harold Sheffield, for Naomi Dano Friday evening chance: for happiness equal to that which U directed by a veteran 1
pent the weekend here with merly lived in Florida City. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. James enjoyed by the average child. This showman, CpL Harry Larkin, will .
Mrs G. Decca Mn Augustus
Green, -
Mr. and Mr*. Adrian Jacobs and opportunity is given the orphansof I be used to purchase instruments a
Mn H. J. Brown and Mn Lou Wynn Mrs. Edith Tamblyn,
Mn. Alva tee. Lt. Floyd has veterans by the VT.W.National for the but orchestra.
Ella Brown of Orlando arrived Beverly Cline, Jeredean Tamblyn
t been transferred from Key West to Sunday for a ten-day visit with Jean Decca, Marrle and Donna Jo Home at Eton Rapids Mich. ....................................,
Miami. Mn. Floyd U the former maintained by the Veterans of
Mr. and Mn J. W. Miller. Rowell, D. E. Baldwin and Joe
MUi Maryin Chadwick. Farrero Foreign Wars of the United States.Proceeds GERALD D. TANNER ..
from the annual sale of
, Mn. Virgil Lyort (a visiting Frank Snow of Branford. Conn. JAMES ARCHEK SMITH buddy poppies make possible the INCOME TAX CONSULTANT t
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PRONE MUl.MIAMI.
la ,staying with Mr. and Mrs. DayId 1141 INCIUHAM BUM
relative in .
Georgetown, S. C. HOSPITAL NEWS maintenance of this orphanage. H.4.
i Snow.

Mr. and Mrs., W. A. H Ely of Lt and Mn. Robert Stacy are of Buddy employment poppies also and offer relief a source for .....................................

'arrytown. N. V. are house Myron Brockett of North Haven the parent of a six-pound nine- needy and disabled veterans in
guests of Frank D. Briggs at hit Conn., arrived Monday for a ounce daughter born Feb. 21 In their home communities.! For

borne on Farm Life, Road. visit of several weeks with his James Archer Smith Hospital. these two very real reasons, we New. Motor Oil
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father Fred Brockett Miss Gertrude Odom of Princeton ' should all wear buddy poppies on

Mn. J.: T. Tomerlln left Sunday Is a surgical patient this memorial day" which aafelyCutsOilCostinllalf
for Decatur Ala. where ahe will D. E. Baldwin la Ill at his home Mn. Vicar Parker, mother of I

visit her parents, the Rev.. and I Mn. W. E. Rheney I Is a medical Ration Rumors Crowd
Mn.. I, W.: Miller returned
Mn. C. E. Johnson. patient.
i I home Sunday from Miami where I P. J. Curl of Birmingham and Local Clothing: Shops ..
flow rM cu saye H Much Ik
Albert Trolanl of Boston It a she ,had been employed. ,Homestead a medical patient was a nut MI M W .... rr SktmttoM
guest of Mr. and Mn. Harry' I released yesterday from the hos Spurred by rumon that clothing arose tut KFINOIL ..,......
Cuchiella. Mrs. C. Krammerar and niece, pital.A would be rationed without notice, ...... then Mric.4 tott*. J
Kitty, of Miami were guests last pound three local hsoppen on Saturday night Alt UM fin _.w>4 that
Mn Laymon Kane of Miami week of Mn. Henry Balm and daughter was born Feb. 25 to Mr. Jammed department stores andwearing KKPINOIL: ...r ..... Mtora hiWH ,
was a house guest of Mr. and Mn Mn. John Zellar. and Mn Wm. A. Edwards of apparel shops far past the .r .>!.*.. Awe UK news ems'
Theodore Orfanedes South Miami to Mter fl.a..d nllm. TMrMlMl. I
on Mtmday
A. S. Rlve-e from Key sew _....... ..krkt.. 1
and Tuesday Mn. Kane la an week few Mn. Florence Pacettl was ad- CONDITION ....
West this to spend a Ala Join '. thrifty Mw*
aunt of Mn. Orfanedes: days with his family. mitted as a medical patient. yes ROLLER IKATI IN COMFORT: a- .. title Mils ttt, M4 ..... .'
terday afternoon. EtMl><. Till toll ..* P. .. II
Mn. J. F. Grubbs of South Little Margaret Rivers la visitIng Mn Lillian Sarosso li a tonsillectomy ....... IM. plus lea Refinoil Motor Oil

Miami and her daughters, Barbara her aunt, Mn. Dutch Kufeldt, patient. Venetian Skating Rink Ill S. W. lit Court Miami
and Dorothy spent Saturday here in Key West for several weeks Orin Dotaon Is a surgical pa- fret s. W. nth Am. Mlul Open 7toI
with relatives. tient.

Mr. and Mn. Jack Rhodes of
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Mr. and Mn. Maurice Klnner of Hallandale and daughter, Betty,
Coconut Grove visited Mr and were guests last week of Mn E. Homestead Girl ScoutsBy

Mn Thoedore Orfanedes while in J. Rhodes. Jmyee! Walker
Homestead on business Monday.
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Grady Mills[ has recovered from

Calhoun Beauchamp will return his recent il\nes This week the tenderfoot scouts

today to his home In Williamson, practiced old knots and learned
Ga, after a visit here with his Mr. and Mn A. B. Cangham new ones Connie Campbell Margaret 00wti
grandmother, Mn. Grace McL. and children of Fort Pierce were Barnes, Dorotyh Luke, Bar-
Smith and his uncle and aunt, week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs bara Jean Horn, Sally Suber,
Mr and Mn. Joel J. Robinson. J. S. Caves. Joyce Walker, Betty Byrum and
Ruth Byrum will sell poppies Sat-
Mn. Hershel Galyon, the former Miss Bonnie Myen of Miami urday. *
Miss Yvonne Pollard, will spent Sunday with her parents, The tenderfoot scouts will have
leave Friday to Join Aviation Mr. and Mn. W. E. Myers. a day camp from 3 to B:30 Saturday -
i Cadet Calyon who is training at afternoon.
Lafayette, La. Mr. end Mn. G. S. Train of We are learning a Russian folk

North Augusta, S. C. are livingin I dance. I I II !
Miss Jane Gatlln Wesleyan the Brockett cottage. Mr. Joyce Walker, Betty Byrum
College sophomore, will return Train is a radio technician at the I and Ruth Byrum brought money:

today after a one-week visit at air base. for camp stamps. 1

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.t 1. Before going to the store consult your Hit of current point values and plan
your shopping list and point expedlttirei accordingly

& Choose as many low point foods as possible substituting them for similar foods :
which cost more la points... This will stretch your family point allotment.
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S. Use unralhmed foods-.Tresh fruits, vegetables, etc. -:
"Looks a bit crowded in there, conductor J' .
4. Look carefully at container sires and grades of food. Buy thorn thai will be
most economical for your family and best for the we to which'yes will put "In addition to many thouiandr of civilians, we ;

the food. art carrying, hit of soldiers and tailors on Jur

.. Budget your total family point allotment, planning to stretch It ever the.entire. low,! and often entire train-loads of troops Yet
rationed period se here will be no lean days at the end."i '
the Seaboard is doing its best to make all passengers

(. 'Spend larger denominations ef stamps first, saving the smaller .ones for 'times at comfortable at possibl,. PP
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HOMESTEAD LEADER CURRENT THE "' !Ji.' ,... *' .- W


t AND ENTERPRISE COMMENT 110 1V1E e tli OUR MEN IN SERVICE { '

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. i. a, AGNEW WELSH se.leo' .cee ac es.raessv ee .. of( .:;

P.blMb.4 r.len. a H.r.t.4. Ft.' '
be w. Peak 0.4. P.wbbt.4 e"aves",. Mlurt ..... ... w OMb. I Sjit Theodore Oldendorf of the Archer Dodson and Lamar Dickinson ?tv
i _.. .. ... ...- Not that it makes much difference aviation engineer:
wa recently Jr.. air corps enlisted reservists
r 9o as w.erre.b 4J !
r..m
to but WPB has ordered ;
us
! BEN AlCBUTimlin W .srur.. AY.n..w"w 'transferred from Alamogordo have been appointed.o.o.
k .. Lease wwa. Ita r. I.Nth that patent leather shoes
army air base In New Mexico to
t w. MtarAKJOBnC saws. t1, aviation cadets and are ordered to :
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and .men' "sandals be diacon-l
California. His mail I Is now tent active duty Mar. .6 when they win "
I LtACB Aaarn Until the present war that Insignificant tinned.... Spiked golf ehoet are cut In of the '
car postmaster at San
--... .... leave for the San Antonio Avia.
JqL
t V never! knew Its for the duration, too and ao It Francisco which mean that be Lion Cadet Center Tex, for preflight '
AM Rum.auBtcairnoN. III manufacture of ___' evening
- a-....if value Victory Vigor. Volume and hat been tent overseas. 11"l"g. ,
Vengeance and Vindlctlveneu, slipper I . e The boys were both born In

must hi v* It. The Farm Security Administration Capt. Chat. S. Glen, ton of Homestead and are graduates ot

U OU C.. __ KATE h. 0 e e la launching a program to Mr. and Mr*. Robert Glenn, bas the local: high school. Archer 1*
*.. .. Here I* a bit of information completed the second ton of Mr. and Mrs. J.
0 OMIT.kUwk 04,89ttab..e locate farm families who are just pre-fllght pilot traia-
that will Interest the W C. T. TJ. barely getting along and move Ing first step toward winning H. Dodtoo and Lamar it the eldest ,

.. During 19U Miami municipal them to place where their work pilots' wing, at Saa Antonio son of Mr. and Mr*. S. U
--.I man
"- .a11r..b judge heard 10,818 cases and
n. 1.11..9 ew ea .rtIeo .. will not be In vain. Fighting men Aviation Cadet Center largest Dickinson
r..rw4, e1o.t+% edw U. an a states that 70 per cent of them require plenty of food, our Allies military establishment of its kind .

S. IS7S. had liquor for their foundation. are in desperate need of food- In the nation. He hat been assigned Harry Bowen, Chat. Flemingand

The I122.B04.5I paid Into the city: I five billion pounds were shipped to the primary flying I Out Loper are among those

The Old treasury In fines and forfeitures to them In 1942. school of the army air force scheduled to report today to Camp '
Crazy QuiltBy represented, In far too many cars, Gulf Coast Training Center. Blending for physical examina
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Anal Msrtiew ntt artrk I money needed by families of The new FSA program will help e i tion.
offender tI'1 both the under-employed farmer .' .
(Dedicated to Mr W, Y. Bush Cpl. and Mrs. Ralph L. Fletcher
) I and the farmer who needs help to arrived Sunday to Lemuel R. Ball, ton ot Mr. and
Most ot thought that the his Person in either spend a one-
ut make crops. Mrs. U L Ball Inducted In
I dozed off to top heath the old week furlough with Cpl. Fletch. was
. silent citizen of the tea, the chambered -: situation may find out the detailsof
crazy quilt er's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1. L. the U. S. Marine Feb. 1* and I* F
Perhaps you recall how those I nautilus, was mighty u-:- the farm labor problem from Fletcher of Aladdin City. For a now at Parria Island, S. C, taking
less though it did Inspire OU' the county supervisor of the
heirlooms were built I 1 year they have been located In his boot training. The young
Wendell Holmes to write
Out of pieces of satin and velvet a poe.n FSA. Fort Banning where CpL Fletcher: marine a graduate of Redland
I and silk.Mayhap about it. Now come the American -: The U, S. Secret Service Is it an instructor. I High School hope to be attachedto
Weekly, a syndicated supplement -
y the school b'
i ordnance specialists
( In your wandering for Sunday quoting warning people not to cash a !government e e *
you've met with their Ilk). papers check without identification Jack at New Rivet N. C.
Henry Frampton erstwhile Miami Fletcher.: younger ton of e .
My dreamt took back
me through newspaper man. a* laying that ft, from the person who present -, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Fletcher, a "
the maze of the yean, 11101. i!. Mill, who ts stationed
It Million of soldiers and
rave tINt Idea for the submarine.The seaman second class In the ship
I j I experienced, again, those wild little shell bas within It several -: sailor and war worker art being fitters' division, returned three at a Pacific post, has been promoted
: t childish lean I I la check right: to private first class ao i
paid government
chamber by meant of which, week ago lrom0) duty to
That Santa'd forget that red cording to word received! by his
: Some of these people are
seawater now. take
by ejecting or taking in a welding course in Norfolk.
Mr L. Mill
Mr. and A.
trailing tea gown.My parents,
checks
it can rise to the surface or submerge being swindled out of their During tri&1I0 Russia he tawplenty
highland' plaid gulmp was by forgers who then pretend the; of Florida City. ,
to tea-bottom. of action but Ids ship was .
the talker the town. alI e e I art the person for whom the check not bit He was la the African
I That scrap of pink plush was They art oiling tq the gears wa Isued. Tile Secret, Service! cone also Tech. Sgt R. W. Gavnen of the

I I tam that I wore for the legislative machine that tty government check shouldbe e U. S. Marine returned yesterdayto
: When I slipped down the step at handled Just like personal his station m Cherry Point N.
will be put in motion in Aprilat Richard
Mattton. who It tattoned
the Sunday school door. 1 -
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1 several
check C, after spending day
Tallahassee. Head of SO Important
m North Africa his been
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How I hated the that
way magenta Homestead with hit parents, Mr.
committee have ben
I made 1 i promoted .to master tergeant. "
was and Mrs. J E. Oanzen
I.. Senator X.: '. ,
agreed upon, including ceiling price of It cant would e c
That peacock blue velvet . .
was
R. Graham far the head of the important .1 foot laP".JUi 190,000 pound of: '
trimmed In gold bnid. I Edmond E. Pacetti, ton of Mrs. transferred
utilities one. This will be, the Pvt. Paul Rue was
wax at 41% cents, UM: :
of "Ivet-Aunt' K. J. FaceUI. li now first classman
That red a
scrap '
hit third term a* a senator. This previous year the colonies Increased Feb. 15 from Ft. Stealer, Atlas.
Anna's fin Ie doing patrol duty off the
bflaque
law tea radio school In Sioux Fall,
1 legislature should enact a by WOO, seemingly a,
h t ruined with tear when they Florida Keys. He ha just completed
D. teemed to be
forbidding any one from buying small number but they should be, S. He enjoying
took file to task I a fractional Interestin tax..11propertT worth, lay two dollar tack and three month of convoy the below zero weather, according 1'

For forgetting my lines! a* the! thus clouding the title that give us a grand total of Cuba.service between Key West and to word received by his parent, r

open.- and leaving a loophole for future $128.110. The F. a might have; 0 '. Mr and Mr Frank B. .aile.
r. At the new opera house I was "holdup'to dear It. Another shown the little workers' Industry -

I' tongue tied with fright wise act would be me requiring by stating that a writer In the Edwin Booth, ton of Mr. and' A general and a colonel 'were
That black and whit stripe, ever Mrs. W. J. Booth, leaves for down the street They
1, : hotels, apartment and rooming old Literary Digest once aid that walking
nunte'i hoop skirt, houses to Include with the permanent to produce a pound of hooey al Camp Standing today. met many private, and each time i .
,., Once rippled and twirled in a record open to police of their, thousand bra mutt work their - -- the colonel would salute he would

That ladylike black flirt satin ttrlpe-how the pay-guetta' fingerprints along life-time or that a tingle: bee Muyon, he .I the heaven-ward I mutter. "The same to you.'

town rocked with mirthWhen with the signatures. would be obliged cover a distance -pointing/ Anger In hla ads. Mun-! The general' curiosity soon got
e I II equal to that around the you bought one located.. on Lake the better of him and he asked:
aU of those ladle .( ponderous I
\( girth The Florida Grower says that In earth; that to gather this poundbell Worth, just north of the West i'Why' do you always say that?"

Who had bought up the goods at 1941 the state had an estimated' make about M.OOO trips Palm Beach, while Pierce Invested I The colonel answered: "I was '
black satin tale, seven and one-half billion silent 1 ranging from a few rods to many In 15,009 acre St. Vin once a private and I know what
a
Grew purple with anger-with worker The magazine should : mile In one case it wa proved cents, In the Gulf of Mexico, off i they are thinking."-Ex.

fury grew pale, have gone farther and old they: that the bees flew eight miles to the mouth of Apalachicola rI\'er.1

When they met at a party In never struck nor asked for a ,gather nectar Its forty million board feet of She: "Here's your ring back.
gowni of one ttyle. raise. The only finicky thing .. slash pine I* being cut. The island -I I cannot marry you, for I love

(The politest oL guettt Could not I about them It they will not work Some' of you oldster will recall I* said to be the home of I someone else."
when The the Dr. R. V. Pierce "Golden wild He -Who it he?"
stifle a tmlle) I It ram* magazine was many hop and 1,500 deer.1 :
The fiasco was due not ao muchto 'referring to the! humble honey Medical Discovery" advertise I Dr. L. T Cooper, of "Tanlac": She (nervously): "You're not
stupidity bee. And here I I. the wealth they mentt of a half-century ago. He fame, put- on the Mami going to kill him?"

h At 'twat to the _rutre.' amazIng produced: seven and a quarter inverted tome of his surplus In vision known aa El: 1IIb-d1-1 r He: "No. But 111 try to tell
cupidity. million pounds of honey at the a Florida Island, as did Dr. the northern section. him the ring."-Ex.

With wage a dollat and pattern .


She'd a quarter not varied her styles a* ffiN@! WlMill )MJ

much a* ...,'d orter. I
1 That brown and tan shaded, how

I well f recall. sf O
I wore the night ot the Pythlaa WREN SIGNAL IS CWENtwralT MEANS snstrsfstYOII DO TIllS ---, ,

bait .., .
My escort that night was a bachelor '" .
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But all of the time I was wondering . . : ,
If Dave
Whom I wa lorbldden to speak sun US1 assn Puns!assn a tact reckons :

+ to or write, ,
e be there to dance with on ,.-i .1. .
tWould .

That that fine gala summer night tllk-church "' ..NC I __ __ ." ........ ;r... .." :'. ... ., ,

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pews newly varnished
"p The memory of that time the PIE 0191011 a Riltll IOIIIIIIXIIaII .

years have not tarnished.
The varnish wa ttlcky--lhe sermon '

wa long .

And when they area to ting the

last song. "
There was rending and tearing. nun KM 1_MIlS Mat..III 0171It11tM 'ie

The back: of that dress :
where It had been The ,
Was not
rest you can guet II 1 "t-:6: .
You ear, "Cease-desist please," .,.
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I answer. "I wilt ..
teat you think I am crazy Instead '. /shit RAN ANNOMM1111f JANW AtM9Jri. 1bh.It 9YYa.anwaunee.aes _. 1
of the quilt --..---- v r oJ

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trod" MMe7 It Wasted 'r CAUTION! If enemy planes t*> lee elsee before eUwerery. the West WUII iifftMdrBlb, .>tal Ustosi eUserfl'. 'J


'- eves. Kvary Bea'l waste fellar peeresssfarebe yea caaMtokey t JIMMIIII 1 ta.dt ye trl.e_ a .F.Leieaw.and .. "

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II . .. Social Events in South Dade . I IMISS I I





I. KATHERINE ORFANEDES IS TO WED- The CalendarFeb. YOUNGER GIRLS ASKED TO USO DANCE. I

., CPL CHAS. MCCARTNEY- FT. BENNING WOMAN'S CLUB GIVES TOMORROW NIGHT

SI-Address by Carl J --

i Mr. and Mn Theodore Orfsnk pan la church work here. She Robinson at Princeton. casualty Girls between the age at If Sacred Heart Church was well attended .

(. T edes of Homestead are announcing attended the Florida State College, station. and 1V accompanied by their parents by the service men, and'a
.w: the engagement of their daughter'I for Women In Tallahassee a year Feb. XT-Woman'* Club dance special group of girls from Goulds
*, Katharine Alma Lee Orfanedas, to and a half and was active in 4-H for enlisted men in USO dubious or other older persons are and Perrm was present. Coffeecakes

.. CpL Charles Lewis McCartney of and hoot economics club. *. Invited to attend the dance for : with cherry king and fruit .

rt. Tallahassee and Ft Benning. Ga. CpL McCartney, ion of Mr. and U w. Meeting of South Dad service meat to be given at 7JO :punch were served.

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,:,. ii was boar In Atlanta and the Altar Society and Mrs Koo-
clubhouse by the Woman' dub
.' Mia Oifanedes hat spent her received hit education In Jacksonville Mar. 1-Meeting of a P. W. C. lit Chafer chairman of the eonvmltte
of Homestead. Heretofore, invitations -
=.*. entire Hf her and wu graduated and Tallahassee tchooU. a Red Cross rooms. *.in charge of arrangements
have been restricted
, with the class of '41 from Homel" Ha hat been in the army more I Mar. a-W. a C. S. study meet were assisted. by Mrs. Ferris Mln-
those older than It.
;. stead RIO School where she wu than two yean, and la now atatloaed I ing. Girls' netly, Mrs. Frank Shepherd, Mrs.
Members of the Service
.,'! active in the &-H Club and the at Fort Scnnlng with a former Mar. S-USO dance. I Louis DalfU and Mr*. De Maria
Organization win the Junior
t','$ Journalism dub. While in hUh national guard regiment Mar. )-Meeting of Neighbor- borts ribbons wear which committee member", and by Joseph
they
11.achool the was warded several which it being used at a demonstration hood Club at horn of Mrs. Wi. W. Dalgl and Frank De Mario.
received night Home-
:KS trips toH short course In Tal- unit for the Infantry Cunnyngham. i Tuesday Mrs. Clark Roberts of Goulds, Mrs.
made cake and fruit punch will
WI lahassee. She also took an active school there. Mar. S-Oandng das at USO. committee Homer Haixllp and Mrs. Van
be served club
by
a Wolf of Perrin and Mrs. U L.
Mar. 4.-Meeting of W. M. U.
headed by Mrs. Walter Weiss Asa
tIltS Circle One with Mrs. O. .\. West ) Field of Homestead were chap.
? IRA HAYNES HONORED
DR. AND
concession
: to Its being Saturday Father Michael NIxon
I I Mar. Meeting at Redland erones.
night, an additional hour of danc-
ON FIFTIETH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY
First aid post at 8 p. m. ins will be permitted. and Chaplain Wm. Woods greet
-_ Mar. 4-USO party given by, ed the guests.
Dancing will be the main feature -
'.,1 Dr. and Mrs. Ira J.:Haynes celebrated and son. John, Mrs. Grace Mc!..I Episcopal Auxiliary. of the entertainment planned The regular Tuesday night"
. Smith, Mrs. Jo.,1 J. Robinson and Mar. Aedlaad first aid ate dance was marked by Increased
Frank
J. their. golden wedding annlversary under the direction of Mrs. :
Calhoun Beauchamp. I IMrs. I tion party at I o'clock. attendance of CSO girts. About
' Hausman for next Thursday night,,
1.:; on Washington's birthday Mar. Meeting of EpiscopalAuxiliary one hundred men enjoyed the
. Hodges two solos and of John's Episcopal
sang by women St.
.to a home fined with floral '! with Mrs. J. E. Csu-1 ; dancing which was concluded in
led. those present in other songs. Church. Homemade cookie* and
: time for them to get back to the
offerings sent and brought bymany I II
fruit will be served
Juice
Among the gifts Dr. and Mrs. tens.Mar.
A-USO party given by base by 11 o'clock. Among the
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friends who called 'I win
during The regular weekly dance
Haynes received was a big white
Reload P. T. A I I hostesses who assisted Mrs. Adrian
, 7' the day.' and fold wedding cake topped Mar. II-Meeting of Presbyterian .: be held Tuesday night and the Jacobs wore: Mrs. John Barker,
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.\ In the evening they were surprised with a miniature bride and bridegroom Auxiliary at home of: Mrs.' Parent-Teacher Association of Mrs. Harold Kendall Mrs. Henry

,r, by a group consisting ct and Inscribed with the Joel J. Robmson. !Redland School It arranging a 'Buegg, Mrs. Ida Elchenberger..Mrs. : .

.'* Mr. and Mr*. a N. Herman Pvt. data, 18031943.Trutt Mar. .-Meeting of University program to be given for enlisted . !.. .. Jacobs. Mrs. Walter
.., and Mrs. Louis Bathed, Mrs. I Cello cake and coffee dub In surgical dressings raoms men on Saturday evening. Mar. V Wens' Mrs. Frederick Weber and
I Louis Jones, Mr*..T. L. Hodges were .rved. of Red Cross. Members of Homestead ": -1 Mrs. L. L. Field.
tartan Church were bests the
Mar. 1JMeeting cl Junior
service men on Feb. It, when
3 COUNTY DEFENSE COUNCIL SPENDS $700 Woman's,Club with Mrs. Stanley every man had a partner for the MM. OAVEElfS WILL BEHOSTESS -

' TO IMPROVE REDLAND FIRST AID POST Wrttkop.M dancing. Sandwiches and punch Th Womans''TO AV AmrlHary[IU ART of Bt
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wen served and a. representativegroup
AND MUL EONttMANENTTTTAW of church iiheiiibeis! was John's Episcopal Church' wfll
The Dad County Defense. day eight at t 'clock. MIIDGE CLOB present to II'fttbe guest Mrs. Met Friday. Mar. a, at the homeof

.: Council has recently spent (TOO I Members who have not attended Mr. and Mrs. B M. Hmdmaa Marvin T. Murphy. Mrs. Joel I.RoblnllJl Mrs. I. t Ganxent at ISM K.bom .
for blaok-ut curtains an ambu-, recently asked to turn la .
are Lather Mrs., ave.GARDEN
entertained the Thurday Night \. Mrs. W. A.
o lance entrance and other needed their 141 Identification eat'IIIlftd
Carl tUbbtson
Bridge Club at their torn OB Geo. Tuck and Mr -
'. Item to make the clubhouse oft get the It49 cards, w they may i Feb. 18.The served refreshments, and Mr. CLUB TO MEET

the Woman dub of the Red.f obtain the supplementary gasoline others present were: Dr and Mrs. W. H. Owens Mrs.' WITH. MM. KOBCfSOIfTh '
land an approved first aid post,1 ration applications which are now dub
,I and Mrs. X M. Logan, Mr. and Adrian Jacobs, Mrs..Walter Welsa. South Dad Garden
'Mrs. H. S. Green, retiring captain on hand. Mrs. Frank Webb. .Me. and Un. Mrs. Larry Pope Mrs. It B. Vlll-I, will meet Monday afleraoon at the
of the post reported yester: This week's meeting was preceded , Ben Webb Mr. and Mrs C, J. len, Mr. Murphy and horn of Mrs. Joel J Robinson ..

day. Mrs Green, a registered by a pot-tuck supper. Parman, Mr. and Mrs. .... .. Bird. Budach were thaueionea. W. First street instead ft
resigned because there are To get fund for first,, Hobart Brockett in
nurse nacetaary Mr. and Mrs Geo. M. Wakefield, The dance en Washington's I I"S. Mrs.
few nurses and In time of stress aid equipment Deeded by the Mrs. Julian H. Webster and Wm birthday given by women' of tile City.ratf .
aha would be most needed tat herr part I card and game party will' .
E. Bheney.BAKBAKA
professional capacity. be held In the clubhouse on Mar.

Mrs. Jos. Madeira the new captain 4 at which at 29-cent admission,: .. "
BORNE WINSIN .. !.. .aa*.im.
; live across the road from charge will be made Light refreshments , SCOUT NATURE: QUIZ '''1 -= '10" rue

I the station. will be served. All,
Meetings are held each Thurs are Invited. Barbara Home was high scorer
---- in the nature quiz conducted

I!Tuesday afternoon at the meeting THE
REDLAND WOMEN ORGANIZE FOR CANNINGIN .
of the Homestead Girl Scout

'I. HOME ECONOMICS ROOMS OF R. H. S.j The girls learned to Identify the Jack DIXIE DRUG Howard

I twin-leaved bauhlnla tree whichis
--- e named tor the twin botanists Folk J.basa
Memben of the ss instructor, and the worker '
canning group serve Joan and Gerard Bauhln the Phases al and tiltS
organized Monday evening in the are to bring their own equip spathodea tree, now in bloom

home economics'rooms of Redland I ment. All women of the Redlandsare and the petrea vine, commonly'
invited to come to these tree called queen's wreath, which has
High School, will meet on Mondays classes.
double violet and blue flowers.
and Thursdays, announces M. A. Baker, vocational agricultural Direction-finding without a

Mrs. Frederick Weber, president teacher at Redland High compass by the aid of the sun, a Mi 31 Tooth Powder

of the Neighborhood Club sponsor School, has been asked to help get stick and a watch wu practiced gllNXO
of the project Work will produce for canning.Many The girls picked and at* loquats m* "raw I0< sore M

start at 3:90 and continue at long expert canner belong to and were served refreshments by Tooth Brush
aa the workers desire. A second the group, said Mrs. Weber, and Barbara Home.
group will start work at tu or T the aim Is social enjoyment as Ruth Byrum will be hostess at Hen is=104 fa.w'eS 4Q* r

Mrs. Geo. N. WakeHeld will well as production. the next meeting feed so

ere s isnf nests

,:1 PARTIES ARE GIVEN FOR TOMMY HODGES I I Floyd of Miami the former Miss

J WHO LEAVES FOR CAMP BLANDING TODAY 'Maryan of dancing.Chadwlck She popular will give teacher them

,free Instruction In the fundamental MIUC O 1111 0. REt.SEUIEalttas
Mr. and Mrs J. L. Hodges enter-;!I IHodra, Jr, Tommy Hodges, WU- ,of dancing and if the ort
tamed Sunday evening with aj bur Caves, Raymond Caves and class proves popular, may continue ally In&"f U'X j'? rm HolmA
pork barbecue in honor of ,their] the host and hostess. It. t. preduef pee

,; son, Tommy who leaving today!,1 On Monday evening Tommy t> alA lossesL l everl dw g a
\ for Camp Blooding to be inducted i I Hodges was again honored this xuors for ;ell relief

Into the army.During j I L time Bt a chicken dinner given Mr.I GLASSES 14 CL a >n TA1t3TS
the evening each guest and Mrs. Bailey.

contributed to progressive lettersto Cover were laid for: the hart .Tn. "
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be sent to Aviation Cadet Virgil and hostess Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Wide.

H. Bailey, who I* stationed In Hodges Miss Blanch Hodges, Awake
ttalisf
o Midland Tex, and Pvt Richard Mines Betty and Jean Bailey. and Modern Charm
Caves in Ft EusUs. Va. Wilbur Caves.OAMCIVQ XCIL +

Wilbur Caves played musical. FACIAL PADS -few ter,?

.. selections on hllUitar. IN8TBCCT1OV delightful cleantngf *- t
". 0 Those prsent were:Mr. and Mrs. PLANNED FOB SOUMfJU Quick raaakp.. .7r>+
C. J. Caves, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. A beginners' dancing class tor ..
Bailey Miss Blanche Hodges, Alex enlisted men will be held to the o.w.rf....... Ness
PADS
Laura Ana Hodges, Miss Betty i USO clubhouse I p.m. Wednesday wr. srm M ........ ..... 11 o

Bailey, Mist Jean Bailey a M.I March 3. by Mrs. John Paul k*.*.M,*.d Aeeunds> bass.sUrM Not Lt4'a pttoN

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Pajre Six HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday February 26.. 1913
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,lltIlillillllllllllllllllllllllllilltiill:1a1.( ( (!(( : + to harvest local crops, but bitterly 'the age of 21 and 60, from the fOB CARPETS-RUCs- ieOLEUM-VISIT THE -

I criticized those FSA workers 18-21 age group with the permis-
I who. he said, refused to pick beans j ilon of parents, and from those CITY RUG & LINOLEUM CO.

.! r t.. ::20 Years Ago I and tomatoes when the freeze was I above 60 upon request of theirihysiclans.
J Imminent. He also flayed Washington FLOOR COVERING EXPERTS

n. officials for their refusal I Donors art asked to abstain Lamed rtnnnknlly. > In Miami nl 411 K. Miami A... T* ....<.. rnlllp Dermas.

U r The MUvtmr Hcma an ,.,.. mkaUm to permit importation of Bahama from food at least four hours before Pna Stark of Fin Now Llanl.... CarpMi and Ran for the R.... Office or
t t from like of tha HomMMdBatotarbo labor, whose help he claimed I giving blood. Coffee with ...... Tkarck or Lodes Ream. ALL rattoma and Colon. Expect .....1... B*.
) aMaMtahoJ ..... It lilt. TIMATBB FKl Bv MOW, Wklla Btorka Plentiful
would have saved much the are nod Prim an LOW.
I' aa .... Book rWrloa Bane> and I of out cream or sugar is permissible, I
\ I i i miiin 0... i IT, INI. with !>>. Horn produce lost In the freeze. but beer or alcoholic liquors art Economy and omlot la llaohom a* Yon will find. a visit to this Won do.aldodly .

r Chandler told the senate committee not permitted. The donor feelsno WWI aa nrpKa and. mm b obtained only wortay of your tIMe. Their kMtlful ..

,I unmmllIlJlIIIIJlmrmmllii;, ((((( ( ((( (( ( ( of "riff-raff labor sent I ill effect from giving blood. by Purchasing track expert..epeapla, flat M ...of....run.. And lied muot aarpMn ka son to to won.d.rful kanpprotlatad. .
here by the YEA when it had the,according to Dr. Carl F. Robinson ......Hint roronlMd1 Quality brands who .
By looking ever their stark
-"The stork revived Saturday federal Employment Service comb I supervisor of local casualty sta- have the equipment and experienced 'to,. yon will readily aces they moot the mat
j from his recent relapse and prevented the eastern and southern states tlons. In fact he feels better both on to plan bees flooMonrlnn .ub.UifUally ,..lId_ taitot In floor tonrinn of thomoorm.

Ii" Mrs. L. A. Davis with a for farm hands to avert the Importation mentally and physically.Mrs. and. property 1 for a full llfotlmaof mnrk-l 4Mnand tarloty and that

dauhttr e of experienced Ba-I Chas. Pope Is general wear. stuck to tuck. that whatever pact mild U
II( "Mrs. Inez T. Bellows arrived taman crop workers. chairman the round-up, andS At the CITY RUG A LINOLEUM co. lie ka mat km at the prior. yon wantto
14 4 Monday to visit her daughter His remarks were broadcastover J. Lynch la general committee In Miami. then to a multiplicity of pat.torna ..... ly guns to n ton of kick. o>UlUr

.; { Mr*. O. R. Rives, for month or a radio hookup and given nationwide member Churches civic clubs to itloH from at prime anrprbln. like thin' ona. yon will aan .....
I ly> '''._1.., Their favor the grades of and set both Quality and! ....... Wa .... .
1 two. Mrs. Bellows lives In Winter publication by a news and Homestead Redland, Prince-
| ..-_ ... ....II'.... and handle 11nol. went, Ihonfon, that yon place all yow
i Park." wire 'service. He told of recruited ton and Perrlne first aid stations owns, Mrprta and ...... In quantity that floor nonto In their ....... Philip ....
I --="Mrs. R. L. Atkinson arrived "field hands" lying dead are co-operating In enlisting lao present market ....1... man. the hand of this firm, b well knownIn
I Saturday from Waycrosa, Ga, to drunk between the rows of beans donors. Mayor Tom J. Harris has Those floor covering experts carry nark. thin _10.. Ra Invites yoa to visit

.1!1 J visit her daughter Mrs. P. B. and tomatoes they were hired to' been active In signing up city and OMbtni to pleas all and to moot car.M kb alasass and maaa your arUetlona.Not .
Bird employees. budget roHrMuna.. Thai oan alvayito knowing what the futun has In

I -"C. H. Moffett burst a blood I pick.W.. E. Una, director of the Dade Mayor Harris, Preston B. Bird, drpmdti upon to torn the floor OOT.orlna . stare, Uw ...ft thing to do to to make
.!' County Farm Bureau, and J. Lamar county commitison chairman Dr. problem whatever It may no, at a your Purchases NOW while the stuck b
Vessel In his head causing partial moderate oo.u bportojny the floorlnia.roa I I Plentiful and prkaa nn low.,-A.*.
i paralysis . He Is now resting i Paxson, county commissioner 1. A. Smith, county physician.Dr. .

: easily . ." and extensive grower, presented A. M. Logan and Dr. Robinson '
the protests of local growers.on plan to be present at the round-up. EXPERT RBCAPNNO SERVICE
-The Waldin machines have 'winter vegetable price ceilings to Take Toar coal Bmaotk Ante, ,rack. ar :Traitor Tina toEDDIE'S
I Just finished ten acres for VT. J.
( the Office of Price Administration
Ifhmt Marts Pleas for raaltry
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Stone and will soon start an- '
.it a meeting In New York City TIRE SHOP
other. Twenty acres for C. M.

I' fichaU are also nearing completion Wednesday. Pat Cannon and Thursday.Rep. also Is.attending -' J. L SPRINGERPoultry 1MI M. Miami Asa MlamL T.L l-Ut*. B. c.-.<......... ,.... CR iDDIfB
and the next is 80
step the OPA conference on price HEAVY SERVICE ( .-.. ka ASSURED Or TUB BUT CRArTBMANBHP.
acres . ."for C. M. Whitehead of ceilings to advocate that the recent & Egg Co. PERFECT BALANCE AND 11-11 TREAD DBPTI WBICR MEANS MOB
St. Louis. MILEAGI AT .
LOW COoT.mootkly
I freeze losses sustained by
j'; "Five hundred Jolly Interested South Florida farmers partly'be sly H. W. Ilk St. Mini Tol ....u I I tins '
von an anotdlndydanrmui nan. The an equipped to wade Vail:
members of the Pennsylvania compensated for by high prices Wholesale sad PAWL Open Ewes Day, and no motor," akould satins bat Un ....... at the lout amt to aura
Society of Miami made an 15-car for marketable produce. and ......, Wamhua. BUTS DIRECT to nai them, andnnirlns ato own lift track and tractor swam In Florida. Waaunott.
motorcade pilgrimage through the I Llns and Paxson were appointed FROM FARMER Na flock Too lana and that of otkon who may ka In kboatk thmfon that our random take
fruitlands and glades of Southern I to represent this aectloa at a Nona Too smalL Jed else Tkam b.rurnfahlnt when skidding. take plaea. their UM to this firm and sot EDDIES

Dade ., visiting many places of 'meeting, called by the bureau, of advantageous and Alroetmarket I By ..tual -___. material ... HEAVY SKRVIcr CAPS and. ka eared
i interest Including the . Williams as Save at lent <* pwooat .. lrj oa- I of but anfamaaihlii, period bean.
I i 150 growers In the John Campbell to the form" In this wetkM forUM
t plant at Modello . This great I peace ky having Smooth Una noaniodnon and U-U treed depth which mean monmlkna
packing house at Goulds on of and poultry. UMJ
dbiwaliui ana .... .. .
I. end Sao for street and high.wars On EDDIB-B HEAVY aIIIYIC.CAPI
party was entertained at Hato Monday evening.H. SPRINGER POULTRY a BOO co.
mil aa oonMnra ..ubloor.J. :. this extra tread depth aoata no
U Palomar, the home recently purchased 1. Cox, president of the bureau of Miami aupplba a wco-aty and Pons.lea themeet
mon than'ordlnery neap aa fat
the national tabulation of
r by Mrs Gertrude Breslau aorrlco. The buy poultry and .sea nawnifor ,
at the Monday .
presided evening anlomoolla. aoeloVnta, skidding bhown for your monay EDDIE TIRE
'. Fuller of Pittsburgh ,. prominent direct from tho farmer IB any quantity and
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conference, when Irate farmers Coniumm.., u n grave Saw and It kokoomonry SHOP IMI N. Miami A. In Miami
lecturer with '..Joy a large patronaia.
Pennsylvania representing 18,500 acres protested and motorist Interested In the advance b connnltntly located and ,will giveyou
domed poultry wn
a national reputation. It was ,also buy live or quick and elfish. service. at law
the proposed placing of a .. This bows fa always mont of Safety and kb own will brlnfto
quite evident that she ts a lenj any n.ua tlty. ... _I--A.*.
calling on winter produce. The and willlnl to give UM latest mare keep Una In a food .ltIotI. A
oral favorite She is a member same night Washington announced .dr aootatlona, and OHM wishing. to Poll little pneaatlon not only pnnnta poo.

ef the National Democratic Speakers emergency price ceilings on II. -I, produce to the best ......... will ethic accidents ben via down ankatanUally I

j Commute . ." tomatoes, carrots, cabbage, peas : well to bring ft .. ". Un ainondltnna.Tnon .
A aliM. set ef
of
f. an varlom types mapplnsand every
-"The Naranja church was and snapbeans, and preventedfood One of the reaocnleod prlnclploi of
service but tho win ..aw.
r ntreadlni motorbt > ears
,I dedicated Sunday ." distributors from selling forming alcns eehntlilc linee It the km thin work done whom It nako

i -"Little Patsy Sheppard Ridge- these vegetables at prices higher raisins of all kinds. of Poultry. and It thodoilnob b handled with Uw proaor oqulpmont by P KOlRQlOMfor"YiaORY

way . won a blue ribbon at than those charged Feb. 11-22 became of market the excellent afford Service by earl ..11.... work..... This typo 'of carobs. b'urnbkod

the baby show In Miami yesterday Permanent price ceilings,. based hewn aa operated ky J L. springer la ky KDDIK'S TIER SHOP In with
,hI ." on consultations with growers, Miami that this feature b tensile .. mon Miami doalan who ky reason of Uwlrnonoit
-/'Heibert Hunter the genial shippers and dealers, are slatedto attention from UM farmer of today ,"*- kink glow work for roan anwltnoMlnt Us I WAR BONDS

t I bus driver was presented with a be announced within the next reel aloni this line to particularly see a steady growth In their .....

brand new daughter by the stork two months tiooaklo In this comraiinlty when 'UMprodwOT
< 'Wednesday night. I Mr. Una outlined the farmer's ....... that ... will remiss UMklfkoit I IF
1 that market prior for his poultry. ,
I "Mrs. Mary Jane Layton ,'. situation and.pointed out
j died Wednesday at her home In price ceilings on perishable produce Farmers do not kava to bother about .H.A LOAN I
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have .
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but Practically
I Silver Palm at the age of 85 are "just not workable" due shipping facilities REPAIR THE EAST WAYarranged
I mark at their. dour for all poultry
to weather hazards, fluctuationsof
which. tk wish. to .II. beside for Home .
years"Jesse
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product tell how to finance
Caves of Florida City labor costs insects and other they Ww fair and honest treatment 1et us you

la the proud papa of a boy who problems which vary the cost of and MM of tarn aril year. In and roar Ct. 'Id.If your Improvements on

arrived Wednesday. production. out la this lrat 1. L. Bprln..r. the ... UUI ) the ABC. Monthly Payment
-"Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Adair hand of this firm to well knows to UM
{ I of Eustis are visiting Adalr's poultry ratam. of this Mrtloa. May w.un .. Plan.

sister Mrs. T. J. Harris. ROUNDUP .t, If you are not already doing Stop home depreciation now
business with this house, that you start
Schumacher
-"Henry spent
I while Building Materials
and to Q quality
: several days in Miami courtIng NOW Take your poultry aces Q
1 ." (Continued from Page One) hl.-Ad. I ere still available.BROOKER : .
Redland District Lions Club; John ,
1 -"Mr. and Mrs. J M. Bauer entertained -
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G. Salley Post of the American
at cards . Mr. and
Legion from .11 until 1 p. m.
t I Mrs. Thos. Brewer Mr. and Mrs -.
; Harry Weston, Mr. and Mrs. F. Homestead Presbyterian Church, i LUMBER CO. INC.
r i Church of the Nazarene, First
W Kneel, Walter W. Clark, Mrs. Baptist Church. EXPERT ,

i Theodore Drake" Dr. RutfeU and Donor unable to come at the I Lumber Hardware, Bash, Doors, Tools
: A. O. Bauer. PHONE It HOMESTEAD FLORIDA
time assigned their particular BARBERING ,
group will be accommodated be-I I
: s OPALETS tween 'groups, Carson Bald. Per- :,.==-

Ii! wishing to participate in the Haircut JOe
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round-up who have not been con- Shave ____ Isle
(Continued from Page One) tacted by group leaders, may obtain -i Shampoo .(Plain' ) .. Ifte
ly bungling the local labor crisis information at the Chamber --
\ office in the Homestead Shampoo (Medlc atell)_ TSe
He made It plain that he had no of Commerce
'quarrel with FSA field workers city hall. The list Is not I Singe tSe

and the men behind the desk who filled and all persons who wish racial _. ?.Me75e bEFEN-
\! ./ merely followed orders, but said i to participate In the round-up are Facial Pee,

: that his fight was against (he "Im invited to do so. I CembilUttloll J"acIat.-
practical, social reform" policiesof Gratifying registration of donors

: Paul V. McNutt, James Byrnesand has resulted in plans to handle ironic S5eMmtaehe

Claude Wlckard. I It SO persons an hour on Sunday Instead -I Trim leBUSH'S
He gave credit to "the good of 25 as originally planned Give "ALL.
t American citizens goth white and Blood will be accepted from i AID .

i black" who worked in the fields I persons In normal health between
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t Local Teams Seeded First SecondIn New Pastor Promotes !


I 8th Regional Event, of Tourney Young People's WorkOn CLASSIFIED ADS J I


Sunday a 13-week Sunday;
will fiATR lint Insertion 104 lint subsequent Insertion
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school contest will start In the
| r At a meeting Saturday in thef phies be awarded winners and '
| l;. Seven Seas Restaurant in Miami,/runnersup in each division by the Homestead Church of the Nazarene !. M a UM
host school. as the result of plans madeat
I ,, Dade County coaches awarded the a meeting of the N. Y. P. S. of
At Saturday's It
meeting was FOR RENT WANTED
i 1. Homestead Growers Class B. decided to group the competition the church called by the new pa -

y champions, top seeded position Into northern and southern divisions tor. the Rev. Earl P. Scott 1 ROOMS,and apartments. Reasonable TRUCK wanted. State price give

{+, and the Redland Diamondbacks the former to play at MI- Mr. Scott, born In WIaconIlD'I rates., hot water and show full description. Bon: $28,

,' second place In .the eighth district ami Edison High and the latter at received an A.B. era. Palms Hotel Florida City. Homestead. dpi,
event of the annual Dad County, Miami High. Each division will Eastern Nazarent (dll)29)FOR
laston, Mass, In 1H1 and a
r high school basketball tournament, be divided into three groups according -I Th.B.1 PART-TIME maid wanted. Mrs.H. .
which will begin Monday in Mi-:I to the weights of the degree from the same college i SALE H. Ewing li East $tti (t
ami. Miami High Class A champions -1 boys-midget, Intermdlata and after I. year graduate work. Hit (f28tf)

> was seeded No. Iin the regional ''senior with weight limits of 00,parents reside in Miami. 1 ACRE; tile construction, 2 bedroom -

event. .1' and US pounds, respectively! for The pastor's wife was graduated -.I 1 2 bathroom home; fruit WANTED TO BUY-Green pigeon
I from Eastern Nazarene College ,
On Monday, the opening day of I the first two and no limit for the in 1042. Theywere marl I trees; convenient to air base. peas In the pod mangos and all
the tourney, Redland will play seniors. Redland and Homesteadare terms. Eleanor .
Only $4800 of
l I ; other kinds tropical produce.S.
ried at her home in Warren, O.,
Cesu at 4:30 p. m, and Homestead entered in the senior class.of In Froscher, Homestead, phil n e Rcsen. 7 E. 13Sth SU New
August.
will oppose Citrus Grove at 1:15p.m. : I the southern division. I[ 426-J. (f28-m91 York City.CAPABLE -

I Principal B. M. Hindman, R. J.. " '
Semi-final games 'In all classes Hester and Rudolph Gossman rep- CHURCH NOTICES CIRCULATING kerosene heater ? ratable: woman for

will be played Tuesday and the resented Homestead at the coaches for sal*. 1-burner cabinet style, Tourist
'""'"' '"" '"' "" "" '" house work. Pelt
championship contest on Wednesday ! meeting and Principal Carl I top removable for light'cook- Home, 302 S. Krome. (J8lf)
Sectional champions will vie Wagner and Coach Leroy Sprankle SILVER PALM METHODISTFeb. 1 In,. Excellent condition $15.

for county titles on Mar. 8. Tro- represented Redland 28-At 10:15 mlsslonarj!, Phone lOW before In: a.m. or CHILDREN given good care, by

program In church school; at 11 1 after 6:30 pm. (JlStfj J ) week day or month. Reason

Play Shoes Sold Here Mr. Bird said. There Is also sermon "A Beautiful" Scene In the 'I : able rates. Florida City Nur
Life of Our Lord, by the Rev A
"15" tractor U5U
need for about 21 more white 'ONE Caterpillar new sery.
Without Ration Book workers in local packing houses. M. Vivien. tracks., Brooks,, Inc, Phone 78.It -

Twenty-eight hundred meals j[ (dll-tf) FAT hens. J. R. Bevls, near tftft
Although no official notificationthat were rrrved last week In the Red- PRINCETON METHODISTFeb. I II store. (diN)
28-At 11:45: a. m. and 7:45p. : 6 INCH by 4 inch Barnes
play shoes are going off the land farm Labor Supply Centerto lrrl1lt.j
rationed list has been received by the FSA workers unable to find : m. sermons by pastor, the I, ing pump. 1,000 gal. TO trade '37. ',:ton delivery se*
the local rationing board on the employment: in the fields immediately M. E. Myer. At 11 mission Rev'l I ute. Direct connected to 4 cyL dan for 1-ton stake body truck.

theory that "it they can sell 'em after the freeze. gram at church school. At : Le Rol engine. Brooks Inc. J. R. Bevls, near Lefts store

in Miami, we can sell 'em here" p. m. Junior League.rCRRINE Phone 7Ut ,/I' (dll-U) ('IiJ8t1)
"Through no fault of their
own
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luch shoes were being offered for those laborers brought into the METHODIST -
sale here this week without surrender LOST.
area to supply farmers' needs Feb. 28-At II sermon by pas
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of coupons.Th were unable to work and pay their tor, the Rev. M. E. Myer. At 10'' !Uowdl & Son
order exempting play shoes LOST-Ration books S62984 562-
own way, Camp Maanger Rob church school and 7:15: p. m. JUNK CARS WANTEDFOR
and a request to limit sales of such erts said "so It was up to FSA to 981, 562985 B02988, $62983, 562-
Youth Fellowship meeting
:non-rationed shoes to one pair to see that they did not go hungry." 982. B; J. Story, Box 283. SCRAP Iron. Highest
the customer has been issued by i Homestead.! (128) prices paid with or without
Price Administrator Prentlis SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST I I Itres Phone 8-2198 or bring to

Brown according to press dis CARD OF THANKS Eleventh Hour l'dlllllon-&ab- LOST'Sugar-Coffee ration book 3019 N. W. 28th SI, Miami.XJitT .
patches. bath school at 049: Saturday;1 No. 291492-60. Please return

Under the new ruling all stocksof We wish to thank our many preaching at 11 Saturday; prayer 'to Frank Caler, gen. delivery,

play shoes manufactured before friends for their kindness' and expressions meeting at 7:45: Wednesday. I Naranja, Fla. (Pf28)) : THL
Apr. 18. 1943 have been taken of sympathy during the

off the. rationed list Factories long illness and at the death of LOST-No. I ration book David

will be required to mark shoes our father, William O Harden. John Petz. Jr, 301 S. Krome

with the date of manufacture to We also wish to express thanksfor 'kIt.4'11 M I[f dh I Axe. P. O. Box 1329, Home-
prevent their unrationed sale if' the beautiful floral tributes. stead. (Pf2t

made ,aftehis,date. ; I' ,HUNTER a: HARDEN, WAR BONDS I

I JOE! E. HARDEN F1028IQ HOTELPATRICIA
LOST-Gas ration book !
HENRY G. HARDEN, 1 for Ford sedan. Johnny B.I I

FSALABORContinued i GEORGE W. HARDEN, I Down in the Solomons and on the I Lumpkin Florida City. (pf26) !

MRS. J. D. PERKINS African coasts the CrcdUe Beat or. 1
MRS. STANLEY ROBERTS. I tank lighter played a most important ' LOST-one female llver-and-
( from Page One) role in landing our Invasion armies white pointer dog in vicinity of I

Supply Center where the white 1 1I I . These self-propelled: light . Naranja Answers to name of 312 S. E. 2nd Ave.

contingent Is quartered. I fait boats haul tanks, artillery Kate. Call Geo. H. Fitzpatrick.' .
Fifty-three hands were shifted Balsasinvest ether equipment from the big ships I fl9tf) MIAMIOverlooking
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Sunday to Fort Pleroe to meetcrop offshore to the beach I
needs thereIn I

spite of the freeze, there Isan 1L'A Dime Oat of e bay and rlvrr
abundance of work for both
Dollar la
Every For Piumpt FU 1..
white and negro farm hands in \ e Twe blocks from *

the rotate harvest which Is at .War Bonds Street
Its peak and in the tomato fields, CAB SERVICE
ti Quiet, root, comfortable.

*>t reasonablerates I a Refined atmosphere.
Ave THAT HOOF REPAIRED OR A NEW HOOF APPLIED NOW IT TBI ,


ROBBINS ROOFING AND SHEET ... -.,.,--:::= PHONE 9108 or 389 SPECIAL RATES


METAL CO. INC. : 7" -- SERVICE
HOMESTEAD: CAB DADERS
We need more sal mere et them, TO SOUTH

c....... Itofm mi skit ...... C..tn
......... to MlaaM ., 111 N. W. Iftk 81. Til. .-.n... Urn. W. MIIU, Pm.TdtMS. .I operation of the war. They are $2.00 Single
Alt RieTa C.....(.... Phone far FREE: e.... sad Estivate Whir. Mater" for made in several sizes from small
BM Repairs An (III! AnllaM*-SJASYI Lam Stock *l Korflns Samlloathai fifty.footers, costing about $2,400 to $3.0! DoubleI
ALL Kinds M Rand Uw C..t. the big 500-tonners totting around I I
1 $37.000. Your purchase of War i'
A good Mat la n alMnpaftaal faator It la l. toot. toaatlon. read tat fends every payday will help pay S. L KendrickJUSTICE

la DM sratwUM i* pow banding Innatimt. meet man of atrvfea flip mar tint for them 'V.S. Twaws .,.,,_
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aced t Tlr. well knows 'foe fatett that .. W aaalUr _.... kutvhloh OF THE
the I.a.Datlon at htevtm kuHKpnek If MtoetM ...... KM iaam.mlr .
M IM east aced n vr ...... U . ma*.. your not. Or ...,.. UMT TRACK overnight ,. .ftobbIramacUnf
... BOBBINS ROOriNO AND SHEET stay dlwovar that your roof to .. badly. I
METAL CO., I* II""' .'; bases M "... * pasp.a.lble mar a aartlr ...... Thor will nuke acknowledged and wit- I
nenls another trip (which _am gas.
TOT Mf nvnXata wdy abort I svMM a laajliH nport of UM .. MH| wfull.ttoa 4 I
., pear ..Ildl.. hnWtaMat,..a Laid af rout roof art fIu l.... Too BOYS D.-4. I .
,. Jot H> mix' M MI an ........ rap own ...... whit ...... Fee want Odd Fellows Hdf. ,: Urea time and seem)
.... Ie he ate% Yoe a vast w awdtss total.
.* :1 N. W. let Bt Homestead Fla.j,
Few knlUfagi and .11 ft,I The BOBBINS ROOFING AND SHEET

e.a..w16.Day alias ear, ...4 IM whir JMC METAL CO. I. Miami. *MH klM.Tkoaiaa There b s iKJimUu.Will br s ckufct4 I ___ _ J
H ... Matt seal... .rirl.. Silassins. w. Mllla.. la wall haven la thiswetse I I ......_ .c.II..1., fct -
la Mr Ha
wiset end 1M arasdlac desnw per -Ila" .&. .....i.101.! f ..,*. pohlltitlen.i .
Their _. have had pia" of .x.pw.sei . .
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Jwa M pan babe tamikicT af yaw sadw .wey -:,-=:list I *ean of Amnks hM swk.
d marine e.8 types
sib fltbalMlly-M poi ahMM afca* litho ROTS lire.Itl ; Q Drlvi carefully, of course.
so se pia Mrf. .'0ft M nsto Plane Was far frat ...... .ad vafine... _a
't. :*.... .aII.at._ ,Y"\_'.SMf WT II .. 4.w fwd s n..d,4, .O' tonas es As nm&nui' pee L But curry protective Auto Onsurance -
a4 saniaa/.tarfy to wxli tip wave, ka _..... TVs flr. aba kaa M had will W *M' to -certainly! There are
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: whM _........ Wee and "..- i ie.4 Onsuranc expressly suited to
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