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: March 12, 1943
Frequency: weekly
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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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Volume ID: VID00585
Source Institution: University of Florida
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32-No. 11 Homestead Florida Friday, March 12. 1943 Price 5 Cents


41 ''Air Medal Posthumously .Awarded : LAST HURDLE FOR BAHAMAN

FARM CEILING 1 To Ensign Eichenberger for Valor:1 I



PROBE SLATED: I Ensign Chas. I. Eichenberger Eichenberger: who make her I LABOR SEENASUSDAMEN
1{Jr. of Naranja, who wi killed I home her with her parents, Mr.
(In action In the Pacific on Sept. and Mrs. C. J. Parman; his moth. '
It hu been awarded posthumously CT. Mra. Ida Eichenberger: of Na-
POMPANO ly Air .Medal for meritorious ranja; and nil father, C. E Eich ARRANGE DETAILS IN NASSAUThe
achievement by President- ROOM' enberger of Homestead.
tvelt. A native of NariinJa, Ensign El'
The citation read that during chenberger attended R e d la n d

(the Japanese air attack: of Aug.. t, School and was graduated from last hurdle to the importation al Investigating group now In
South Florida farmers will have i itn the Solomon Islands campaign Riverside Military Academy. Reenlisted of Bahaman farm workers Nassau.
';"with utter disregard for hia own aa a naval aviation cadet
an opportunity to present acts
may be surmounted by a feder I I
j I An unqualified recommendation
personal safety" Ensign EI henI after two yean at The Citadel
and figure their
on productioncosts
the Ch.leaton.received hit that the Bahama be -
'berger, fighter pilot pressed training negroes permitted
to high officials of the OPAat {attack on enemy plane through In Pensacola and Opa-Locka and District CompletingRation : I[I to enter the country to

a special hearing at the Pompano I the anti-aircraft of his own was commissioned in Decemberof Book Issuance I help solve the farm labor shortage *
State Farmers' Market at I ships and hot a hostile plane 1841. He was stationed at Nor I
\ the .... folk and Cal. before is expected to be made by
10 a. m. Tuesday. down Into Va, Oakland Issuance of War Ration Book
Ensign Eichenberger ii survived being transferred JO the Pa.: the group to Secretary of Agriculture
The hearing l for the I Two was resumed yesterdayby
| purposeOf by: his wife. Mra. Phyllla Parman I title theatre of war the faculties of local schools Claude R. Wlckard. said
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gathering data on which to
r .r.Mr
with no change the registration Luther L Chandler of Goulds last
base the fixing of a price ceiling I : procedure. Upon presentation of
Dry Beans Can Easily Be Treated night ,
for string be.ns. celery .bb.... "sugar and coffee" ration book The Investigating sent by
group
Irish potetoesj cjuvts, lettuce and For Storage in Housewife's LarderEditor's for each member of the house' Wickard In
met Monday thecourt
tmnstoeT presiding will be. Geoffrey i hold and the consumers' declarations
of rationed food-stuffs on house at Miami with some CO
Baker divisional chief of
I Note: The Leader liked product and highly nutritious hand, applicants with names be., growers and heard them urge Im
the fruit and vegetable section of la Indebted to Miss Bertha NillHausman A supply may be easily pro ginning with S-U were Issued portation the Bahamans. In
the office of price administration. econOmJcateacber. their books after- : e
home vlded from the home gadren and new yesterday the group were Fred Morrell
Present also will be other officials for these directions as from the farms and trucking noon and those from V to Z will
of the OPA.Agricultural outlined by Isabella S. Thurs- fields. The trucking areas often receive their books this afternoon. I agricultural labor administration
that by, extension economist In food yield a profitable harvest of the Approximately 105,000 books assistant director; Mason Burr. director .
leaders urged conservation, for preserving a mature product after ll'eflbean have been received for county Issuance of the management divisionof
every grower arm himself with local food crop. ; type ,harvest Is over. Then dried which I was halted Feb.: the Farm Security Commission;
figures on his crop productioncosts Dry beam are a universally beans may eften be secured at because of depleted stocks In :1 Clarence
and Blau, attorney for
and be present st this bearing small cost or Indeed at merely thecost ami. Although this area had a
of gathering Preventing food sufficient supply on hand distribution the department of agriculture:
: At a meeting of the officers.Ct
FOOD GROWING. waste Is important at all times was discontinued locallyIn The federal officials left Tues.day
the Dade County Farm Bureau! '
In 1843 it becomes a patriotic duty order to avoid confusion, for Nassau and yesterdaywere
Wednesday John Ford,
state secretary evening of the organization INSTRUCTION IS to fill the-larder with home pro. . I still them.Chandler .
duced food and In this "
way rev Initiated the move to
utllnd plans for aa orderly
EARLYJJSTINGOFLABOfTKEEDS
least more food for the fighting impart the "Nassaus". whom he
v to prpecUUtuM-Tuesday abowue many variables of in data Old \1'O'( BOARD mtav.ijsi . ."..( i broached thesubject to the Dukeof

cost of production.WORIIY Successful .storage'of d r I r.d Windsor o. royal governor of tWt
beans and peas If not difficult Bahama Islands more than a year
In View of ;;Increasing scare! They,may be- stored at any time a go,, The former ruler of all Britain
ASKED BY BIRD
NAMED < I after they reach maturity and received the) proposal favorably -
of foodstuffs the Dade CountyU..D '
ity have btetmt THOROUGHLYDRY sine there is no labor shortage -
.A. war board has request They are not perishable only la the Bahamas, and Chandler .
-STEAD ed the school bard to establish if .they; adequately protected la an effort to utilize effectively predicting accurately the .labor -
special classes for Instructing I AGAINST ABSORPTION OF a>l available farm labor, USX. chaos that would exist dur-
MOISTURE and ATTACKS OF S. Representative W. .R. Bird is
.SCHOOL COACH high school students and adults in -
INSECTS. These beans are likelyto asking farmers to list their labor
raising 0; Victory gardens its be Infested with the bean wee needs with him at least one day of the agricultural war board for
""-- chairman Luther I* dandier vil. Loss from .bean weevil In. In advance so that be can arrangefor the Dade County Defense Council -
Paul J. Worley has been apPointed said last night."Confidential. (Continued on Page Four) swapping crews. laid siege to Washington's various -
coach at Homestead High has Growers are asked also to notify bureaus.As .
School to succeed Rudolph Dossman -i Information his office of temporarily Idle I in ether times, It was a case
who resigned recently to convinced me that the food shortage Reserve Truck Use May forces that might be dispatched of too little too late. To pacify

join the border patrol. Is no figment of the Imagination \ Cut Rural Fire LossesTo to other fields. labor leaders, the bureaucrats had

... Coach at. Perry High School,I but Is very real," Chandler "We collected a It-man crew to go through the rigmarole of
PerryrJ _. years, Mr. for the labor
one grower this morning trying to find farm at
aald. "If every available acre prevent fire losses to farm
Worley, his basketball team
/ saw 1 Mr. Bird said yesterday, "and by horn*-although they could see
!twin the state championship in throughout the country were and grove lands, putting thecounty's
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exchange of available labor we that the draft and the defense
1040. He resigned from the Perry'planted to food crops this summer auxiliary fire truck into should be able to till the ,row.en' projects had drained the country
faculty at the close of the first service In thethird district to
needs. of kind of labor
It could: not replace our reservesdepleted every
relief to the
semester of the current school serve as equipment ---J
year and bad been employed by by wartime demands. entire rural area. Is being considered *
the state road department at Pi.: Predicting. that the shortagewill by the county commission 23,000 Cans of Tomatoes Processed
rate's Cove), until accepting the become Increasingly acute Chairman Preston B. Bird I

degree position from here.Rollins He holds College.an A.B. Chandler urged that every family said Mr.last Bird night.under whose supervision For Use in Institutions of County

produce and can as much food as fire fighting said
comes -
During last week's tournamentMr.
Worley assisted the Rev. Mar.vin possible."Plant. he is Investigating the situationto Twenty-three thousand cans of' ;;;;;cad this week.

T. Murphy.volunteer ad interim *' sure' crop! like tweet determine what should be tomatoes have been processed for He said that 187 cases of tomatoes -

coach. potatoes, collards, okra, cowpeas done. ,use in the Dade County home have been canned for the I
The new physical education Instructor , and carrots and as you eat them Losses to Dade County groves county by the Homestead Canning .
left Saturday night with and can the surplus, plant 'em have mounted sharply during the ,hospital and Jail, Commission I Co. The tomatoes cost IS
Ms family to visit In Ferry and gain," be urged. "There Is no dry weather and it Is to offset Chairman Preston B. Bird an*' cents a bushel picked In the field.
returned at noon yesterday. Mrs.: more Vital war task that women these that the addition Of the reserve I u -
Worley and 'their child will remain can do than assurlag a food supply fire fighting truck in addition r
in Perry for the time being. for their families." to the four already in service Growers in Tourney Fourth Year;

.' was suggested.- I To Enter State Contest March 19-20 t I

I. Rollicking Entertainment Presented

Saturday by Army Air Base MinstrelsThroughout $230 NETTED I For the fourth consecutive year, It points and Yates and Marshall f
the Homestead Growers, B state each: scored II.
.- I- BY RED CROSS IN champions, captured the eighth By downing the Gesu Crusaders;
BO wise-cracking McWilliams black face end man district basketball tournament 40-TT on Friday night, the Growers
aongsprlnkled minutes the islet was ,roundly :applauded as was I when on Saturday: night they defeated reached the tourney finals for
strel show from the Homestead i the waltz soft-shoe and tap dancing DISTRICT DRIVE the Redland Diamondbacks the seventh straight year. Lott v
of CpL Harry Larkin veteran 41-3 before a record crowd walked off with the scoring hen"x"
.army air base held a civilian audience vaudeville performer who was In the Miami Beach Senior High ors In this game with his five field
spellbound Saturday night producer and Interlocutor Two hundred thirty dollars School gym; This was also the goals. Center Billy Forte and y
to the Homestead School auditorium The show with Ita' :ut of 30 had been ,collected up to last fourth straight year that Home Guard Dee DoM tied for second

from the opening song enlisted men, was presented fret night on the American Red Cross stead had trounced Redland tn honors. Each anger five points.
of charge on Wednesday eveningto fund the finals. Both teams will com: Lott and Done were named on
11i. Neighbor. tintfl the grand war drivty Mrs K. J. DM
the base personnel in the post pete la the state tournament. to be the first string all-district team :V
finale, -RoD Out the Bomber local chairman,, laid last night
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theatre Two performances of the held at Daytona JB each Mar. It- and Marshall and Forte were
rang down the curtain m the fast Homestead air tae minstrel are Jn..Dn1 Is M" assisted by JO. I ISaturda7' named ca the) second] ..... '
Moving afl-O. L allow. scheduled at Hollywood on Sun Mrs. A. E. Paul and Mrs. Ceo. game was bard Kenneth: Greer with nine points a
After the opening song by the day, the first to be given free at, W. Turner In Homestead and by fought an the way through with tarred for, Redhead. when the S
t It-man chorus, tht show raced the Hollywood Gunnery School Mrs. Rudolph Mattson in Florida Flernoy Loft Robert Sullivan and Diamondbacks worsted tile Del4
through song bits, gags, skits and to aa all-navy hudienee, and the City. They art doing most of ,Jack Marshall doing brilliant work ray Seehawks 2C-24. Tom Hlckaon
:. specialty numbers with more than second, a paid admission show In their solicitation by telephone and for the Grower and Tom Yates was next with seven Aldolph Lopes -
," CB* demand for encores. The at* !the Hollywood High School auditorium are asking donors to mall, or ,starring for the Diamondbacks and Frank Orlfld did goad '
t.I' ,4 obatie lUte dance by Ptc Eddie : j bring hi their contributions. Lott took lop scoring honors 'With work in Fridays lame.nr w"1w

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Pave Twh HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday March 12,

of 'Homestead high Iin Ferrule where she had lIved
I a graduate
"tJIr" *. I School was employed at the ;MRS. CHRONISTER SO years
Men's before his induction. She leaves her husband William,|
I OUR MEN IN SERVICE 'I Shop . ,WILL\ BE BURIEDSATURDAY Roberta, and a daughter, Miss
I II Abby Roberta, both of Perrlne,
Jr. better
Ralph H. Done, !
... ,-- known as Don, local: high school AT 3
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senior and basketball star, enlisted Brisk Sales ReportedBy
Six Inductees Are Home wind! whistles through our room In the navy last week and Ben). W. Morris
On Seven-Day Leave and then we-lump back In bed I left from Miami for his new base -
Funeral. services for Mrs. Lut-
again till someone get brave named on the
enough to get up and close the Monday. Don all-district was basketball ette Chronister, SB, wife of City Sales of 110-acres ot-glade landE 1
first string
They\re In the army now! window. This has been a mild team at the district tournament Councilman E. C. Chronister, and four houses in Homesteadhave
will be held Saturday afternoonat I been made by Benj. W. Morris .
OrIn Smith, Harold E. Hamp- winter for Chicago. The temper-- '
ton, Ernest C. Jenner, Anal Bar- ature hasnt been lower than 15 Saturday. I o'clock In the) chapel of Turner real estate broker, since ads t
row, Forrest E. Bell and Samuel below and the people ki>4> sayIng Funeral Home. She died Tues new building at 210 S. Krome4
J. Clbbi were Inducted into the "You haven't seen anythingyet. Two more 47-year-old youths day night In a Miami hospital after I ave. was opened, he said yester-
army this week it Camp Bland- .' How I long; for that Florida from this area enlisted Tuesdayin an Illness of only a few days.I day.Prior
ing and returned to Homestead sunshine. the navy, according ot Lt M. The funeral rite will be con- : to moving Into the con- "
yesterday morning for a aeven- "About the closest we get to C. Rhodes, Jr" officer in chargeof ducted by the ReV. Michael Nix- : crete block office Just across the
day leave At Standing they Florida here Is having oranges navy recruiting south Flor on of the Sacred Heart Catholic street from the post office, Mr. .
were met at the bus by Ortn'a and tangerine for meals. ida. They are John D. Benson of Church. Burial will follow .t'' Morris had his place of business
brother.. Cnl. Roy Smith who "I saw some avocados on the Princeton and Dalton F. Potts of Palm Cemetery, .Naranja pall at 220 N. Krome, next door to

Is stationed permanently at the street yesterday and they were Homestead. I bearers will be: Mayor T. J. Harris the First Baptist Church of
reception center to shepherd the California brands. In fact, that Chaa G. Turner, Gordon I Hometead.A .
recruits from place to place during la all these people ever heard of. Edward Kirby, seaman second Ivey, Frank B. Rue, W B. pioneer settler and veteran
the process of their Induction. They call them Calavos. Now class with the U. S. Coast Guard and Ben). W. Morris. cav..I. real estate dealer, Mr Morris U .
Five of the group that went to what's the matter that-the Red-' has been promoted to petty offi-! A featured circus bicycle parks committeeman of the city ,
Blandlng on Tuesday will be backto land District can't get 'on the cer and transferred from the New Ist in her youth, Mrs. council of Homestead.
itay. They are Raymond lama beam and show California who York base to Miami. He spent came to the United States from :
Clyde Bowden, Armand Bar- grows the best of everything*" Monday night with his parents, Lorraine, France, In 1904 to per Henrietta W Roberts;
ber, Erie Brooks and Eugene Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Kirby, and::form at the St. Louis world's fair.
Powers his wife who arrived from Ocala She leaves no survivors Dies in Coral Gables
. Party Given for Boys on Saturday for a visit. \ her husband: beslde'j
Leaving for Air Center . I Mr. and Mrs. Mrs Henrietta Walker Roberts,
Area Well RepresentedIn It la no longer Lt. but Capt. to Homestead more than 22 years who. had been employed here at .

Pacific Says Al Reitz Archer Dodson and Lamar Dickinson Roger Uiow now. He is stationed ago the alt base since last fall, died
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in Ft Sill, Okla. Thursday morning, Mar. 4, In the
who left for
Jr. Saturday .
University Hospital In Coral Cables
Homestead Is well represented San Antonio Aviation Cadet Cen- Roberts Rites Held I
Sgt Billy Moffett, son ot Mrs. after a heart attack Funeral
In the Pacific war lone, accordingto ter, Tex., were honored on Fri- at Graveside'
C. H. Lawrence U in North Africa. Sunday services were held Friday by Dr.
Pvt. Albert Reitz In a recent day night with a farewell party
Thomas funeral
letter to his mother, Mn. Selma by the young people of the Home- Yotmt-in-tiJiarnl"
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conduct-I
Funeral services were home and the bqdy wale n -
RelU. stead Church of God Each .
was .
"Fred Arrant, Richard Bigger, presented by the group with an Air Corps Cadet Fred Fuchs,, ed at 3 p. m. Sunday Atlanta for services and burialin 3A'
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Minnie Sarah Roberts at the Crestlawn Cemetery.
Stevle Blonde and Roland Meadeare appropriate gift. Jr., University of Florida sophomore
after a three-week course graveside In Palm Cemetary in Mrs. Roberts was first president .
all In this area" Albert laid Games were played on the lawn
at Miami Beach wns sent to the Naranja The Rev, James L. ot the Woman's Club of
"and Winfred Owens was here of the parsonage, and Ice cream, I
of Clark of the Perrln Baptist Dade County, a charter member of
but has gone to another place" cookies and doughnuts were served University Tenpessee at Knoxville !
I am the oldest boy In our for five months of study In Church officiated and arrangements the Pan American League and a '
the college training detachment. were under the directionof member of the Everglades Chap
ramp by four day, he wrote, Others present were: the Rev.
"and I have been put In 'the old and Mn R. E. Hastings, Mr. and There are 2,000 girls at this school the Turner Funeral Home. I ter of the D. A. R. and of the
man'I chair'. All of the boys call Mrs. J H Dodaon, Mr. and Mrs and only 600 boys-all air cadets Mrs Roberts was 73 at the time Southern Cross Chapter of the U.
of her death Friday at her home D. C. She was a native of Jacksonville -
me 'Pop', and what a family I Geo Lorton. Mrs Harold T. Oxford -
havel" Pvta Wm. McConnell and Carl and a member of a well
Mrs. S. L. Dickinson, Miss
Frederick have been transferred known family of Jurists and at-
Esther Kufeldt, Misses Hilda, Pvt Norris Walker of the U. S. I
Lt. V: II Bailey WinsBombardi Clarice and Dorrls Ada Dodson, from Camp Blending to Miami Marines spending a 10-day furlough torneys.
Miss Aid Connor, Rosemary Beach. with his mother, Mrs Roy
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r'. .WingsWest Dickinson, Rachel Dodson, Walter Walker, CORRECTION
Kufeldt, Cecil Stuart Mar- Pvt. Edward Tomerlin, son ot . Through misunderstanding the
Texas Bombardier Triangle lowe Jacobson. George Dickinson, Mr. and Mrs J. T. Tomerlin of Corp. Alfred DIehl has been Leader-Enterprise last week QUOted .
Mar. 1I,4A three-told addition Glenn Dickinson,], Carl Lorton Homestead, has been transferred transferred from Kansas City to Dr. E. M. Andersen incorrectly
to the ranks of the aerial Harvey Dodson and Pfc. ClaIr to Miami Beach where he la servIng El Paso, Tex. Mrs. Diehl the former regarding the planting of ptegon
warriors who are trained to carry DleU. Pfc. Ted Langhsm and Pvt. in the ordnance, department Helen Bradley, is making her peas at the F. C. Peters ranch. '
war to the heart of the Axis was Emil Zimmerman of the army home here with her mother, Mr*. The crop the Peters ranch till "
made today with the simultaneous -, air base.Harry: Pvt. Herman Byars Is reported A. R, Livingston. been planting for silage U velvet
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. to recuperating in Ft
graduation of bombardiers at Bragg, beans '
three schools of the vast West Bowen Honored N. C. from the critical Illness Fielding (Red) Ruff, quartermaster
Texas Bombardier Triangle. : which called his Wife, the former second class who Is stationed
Among today's graduates was With Farewell Party Miss Geneva Vann, and his mother In Key West spent the GERALD D. TANNER
Second Lt. Virgil H. Bailey of the Mrs. E. C. Byars, to his bed- week-erd here with his wife.
Midland School son qf Mr. and Harry Bowen, who left Friday side. . INCOME TAX CONSULTANT -

Mrs. E. E. Bailey of Homestead, for Camp Blandlng, was guest of .: J. D. De Buchannane, Jr., grove lid INQRABAM 'LD PHONI J-4M1.
Fla. honor at a theatre party Thurs Corp. James Goodlng who Is owner of Coconut Palm dr. and MIAMI. FLA. Y
Commissions'fnd'' silver bom- day evening given by Mrs. J. H stationed In Maine will arrive In Newton rd., has been promoted
bardier wings were awarded by Webster, teacher of the "Go For- Florida City this week for a visit to sergeant in the U. S.
commanding officers of the three ward" Sunday school class of the with' his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marines and transferred to the READ THE-WANT-ADS
.schools First Methodist Church.. Harry, W. a Goodlng. Cherry Point N. C. base.
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Show Up California, Il" ._ _

Advises Pvt. Walton


Pvt. Wm. K. Walton radio student -
in Chicago, has recently REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZERS
been moved from the Stevens Ho-
tel to the Congress Hotel. largest
hostelry In the world.
"When we Rot on the elevator,"
he writes n" a letter to the Lead
er-Enterprise, "we took a breathtaking 0 0 w
ride to the Und floor "
These elevators don't waste time. i
My 'home' in peacetime was used
mainly for conventions and ex- Consult us about, your fertilizer requirements i
hibitions. It has 2.000 rooms, all

with and on baths one six floor large bowling ballrooms alleys, ,: for the coming;year. .- 1!

aM pool tables. It la like a little *
city in Itself. It Is IS stories high

and has four basements. ('* 4t- Due to government regulation and short- '". -. I. j
"We are going to school In

the largest basements ballroom and la ballrooms.our mesa hall The ages of several materials we will not be able toA :>.-", -:.; !

The hotel it like a college dorm. ...... 'I
Everyone her foe to school. The ." make ALL of : I
only difference Is that we all our regular mixtures. But we will .. 'I

drew alike; and of course there '11 .' : .
lent the amount of studying do' our best to supply what .
"We harent had any snow ,I as near as possible ;:.

since yesterday and the temper. -
ature Is at least I above ero. But . you will need. ::< ,;
It doesnt seem" cold. Every mornIng :

one Jumps out of bed and \ *. , . ,

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Friday, March 12 t9U HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Pare Threw :

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lit featIce Cash of Miami )]Mr*. L. J. Qaoscla ot Miami the: : 1
spirit Friday night in Naranja at,daughter of Mr. Leninger. leftWednesday JAMES ARttlFR SMITH 'j

the home of her parents, Mr. and on a burin*** trip to HOSPITAL NEWS Ji

In and Mrs. U L. Anderson. I Toledo. i .. .._.....,......: ".."..._..-

: I Mr and Mrs. Janus Green leftSaturday loft and ilrs. A. T.'Aoiaa. are

Around.1 1' Guests at the home of Mr. and for Lake"forth the parents of a six-pound eight .)

'Mrs J. R. Byrum Sunday were ounce son born Mar. p In James
Pvt E. P. SMeaori fIf Greenwood, Mr. and Mrs; Bdw.) Ttodnle and Archer Smith Hospital

,S. C., who is stationed at Miami Mr. and Mrs. L. Tlsdale were A six-pound five ounce daughter 1
Beach, and Mr. and Mrs. Jules Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. was born to Mr. and Mrs q
Abrams of Coral Cables. Joseph Lowe in Redland., Donald Cross on Mar. 7. Mrs. V

tin C. Hagler Rice of Twca-I Mrs. Russell Schell of TallaJhassee _. Cross Is the former Miss Mildred ;i
loosa Ala., arrived Saturday for] the former Miss Betty.: Miss Wynelle Shepherd of MIami Pvt and Mrs. Earl Cooling left Thompson. '
a visit of several weeks with her I Brown returned to her home will spend this week-end as this week for a short visit with Sgt and Mrs. J. E. Jones are

parents, Dr. and Mrs. Frank Saturday after a five-day visit the guest (If Misses Frances and Mr. and Mrs. St. Clair Demere parents of a le n.pound 11-
Hausman, Mr. and Mrs. Rice and with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Peggy. Byrd. of Chokoloakee. 'ounce son born Mar. t 4.i <. '

their sons, frank Hagler and R. B. Brown, while Capt. Schell i Medical patients are Mrs. D.
Surry, made their home here until was on maneuvers. Mr. and Mrs. G. Donaldson and L. Deulnger, Mrs. Sam J. Davis,
last all when Mr. Rice, manu FLORIDA CITY family of Tavernier are occupying Mn. Mae Campbell and Miss
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al training Instructor at Homestead After spending several days Bi Warrene Sewn the Sullivan cottage on Caves Anne Cummlngs.Mn. .

High School for It ;years, here with his mother, Mn. Ruth ave. L. D. Glick and infant
resigned to enter defense work. Scottt'Bruce Scott returned Sun daughter were returned to their
Mn. J. H. Dixon is ill at her I Ronnie Cloniger attended a home Tuesday.Mn. ..
day night to Auburn Ala.. where '
home. fishing trip at Jewflsh Creek Molkentlne of
given Nettle MIami -
Orlando Well ma has been ill of he is a freshman at Alabama Poly
Influenza this week. technic Institute. by the school safety patrol mother of Mrs. R. O. Huff,
Mrs. Wilma Smith and Miss i several days this week. is a surgical patient
T -
Virginia Pfaff of New Haven,
A. Palmer Brocks left Wednesday Dexter Home, Jr. has been Ill Conn., arrived Saturday for a \ - .

night for Mount Vernon N. In James Archer .Smith, Hospitalthis short visit with Manuel Smith. . ,. ..
:Y., after spending two months 'week. .
Mrs. Smith and Miss Pfaff are
here as a guest of his nephew
occupying the Brotkett
: cottage
and niece, Mr.. and Mrs. J, R. Mrs. Harold T. Oxford of Miami on Eighth si

Brooks. spent Frlfay.night' her \ -

brother and sister-tn-law, Mr. and i1
Mr. and Mrs. O. 0. Calcavecch-
Mrs. L. F., Muench of Springfield .
Mrs. J. H. Dodson.
ia of Boston and their three children

Mo., and sons Bernard and
Paul, arrived ;yesterday for a visit are occupying the Silver-
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of''several weeks with' h.r-parents Mn. E. L. Lawrence has been man apartment.
111 for several this week. 1
,' Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Me- days -
Ewen __ .M1MftdI-1s the former I Miss Milfred Severy returned
Miss. Bernice McEwen. Cecil Stuart who had been visiting home from the .Kendall hospital
r here with his brotherinlawand Saturday.
sister, the Rev. and Mrs. R.:
J.
Mrs. H. Harlln of. Glasgow,
Ky arrived yesterday. to visit E. Hastings, left Monday for' Mrs. R. E'Scott has .recovered
Mr. and Mrs.' Howard' Johnson. BrooksvIIle, Fla., where he will from her recent illness,
visit other i
Mrs. Harlin. ,Is Mrs Johnson'saunt. relatives. ,
I Mn. L. !s Campbell is III at her

J. H. Dodson has been 01 at home. Mr. Campbell left Sundayfor

Mrs. H. J. Cavanaugh of Jacksonville his home this week. i Key West where he Is em

arrived Monday to visit '' ployed.

her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. The Rev. R. E. Hastings, pastor
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Caves Mr.
A. w Hutchinson. of the Homestead Church of God, ,
and Mrs. J. W. Caves
and Mr.
left Monday for Vero Beach wherehe
Mrs. Thomas F. Fern of and Mrs. R. E.: Caves of Home-
Springfield will direct the singing for a .
Ill., is a guest of her son- revival meeting Vld by. the Rev, stead were Sunday dinner guests aa0a .
in-law and daughter, Mr. and L. S. Mowery. and the Rev. W. O. of M. E Sever of Homestead. 1 I M f

Mrs. Walnrlght Ernst. Moon, both well known in Home
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stead. Mr. and Mrs J. W. Caves and]

Miss Iva fttyal, who has been son, Merrell, expect to leave this
employed In Miami bank week for Puerto Rico where Mr
a on Mrs. B. A Tibbits is recuperating .
Monday. accepted a position at the from an illness that lasted Caves is. employed.

Homestead army air base. several days.
Mrs. C. C. Carpenter has re

Capt. and Mrs. : turned to her home In Baltimore
Dan Klngman Capt. and Mrs. B. Keddy of
and thir ,children Dan. Jr and Coral Gables were guests of Mr, ,after visiting relatives here this

Bettey, returned to Fort Benning and Mrs. E. J. Dyal on Sunday week. .
Ga. after a visit here with Capt. afternoon. I
Kingman's parents, Col. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Arnold and
I family of Redland and Cadet Ed-
Ralph,W. Klngman. The Rev. Ceo. H. Ricks of MI- ,.
ward Arnold of Coral Gables r
ami Shores Is recuperating from i
Mr. and Mn. Ralph E. Reed influenza. Mr. Ricks, former pastor were Sunday dinner guests of Mr.

arrived Tuesday to visit Mr. of Homestead Presbyterian and Mrs. frill Schroeder, Jld'i BREAK BOTTLENECKS

Reed's mother, Mrs. Ceo, E. Reed, Church, and his mother, Mn. .1.1 Charl-
who has been 1U for ,' Mrs. Clinton visited
aevejpl A. Ricks, visited recently at the
months. Because of his mother's home of his sister, Mn. T. E. here this week. at Kui
ill health Mr. Reed secured ay Hodges. StopA.
,,---Jransftt this section from the r Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rohrer
and family f Cape Sable visited
yanT"Sr Harvey ?
navy Charleston where Mrs. the for I
friends here this week. LOADED like a pack-hots*-luggage Dying,this
he In sheet metal
was engaged mer Miss Nellie Mills, is ill at the
work. At present they are living home of her parents Mr: and I and Mw good old offender dashes up breathless . and
In Miami. Mrs. Paul Mills, Sr in Naranja. Mr. Hatcher and I LATE. Perhaps he hain't realized that today's)
family of Knoxvllle and Mr. and
Mrs. travel condition do not permit such delays.
war
Mac Avery of Fort Myersare
Mrs. J. returned
T. Tomerlin has
Mrs. Ruby Schmidt of Miami '
occupying the Dixon apart- and workers must be moved
from a brief visit with her spent Friday night at the home Fighting men war
parents, the Rev. and Mn. C. E. of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kitchen. ments on schedule-and that means time must not be

Johnson, In Decatur, Ala. ,: Miss Genevieve-Cline has re- wasted at bus stops if schedule are to be main
Mrs. W. M. Erpenbach, Mrs. tained.
Miss Mertle Elsenau, who has Jennie .Erpenbach, Mn Hazel ,turned from the Kendall hospital.
been spending some time at her Mathine, and Mn. C. Burros -- UNION BUS DEPOTN.LI..tS"'A
winter home on Newton Road, were week-end guests of Mr. and F. B. Leninger was a Sunday : _.
left Sunday night for Chicago. Mrs. J. "Kitchen. guest of Mrs. O. Sabin. in Miami. SAWS MVI, A I

MIAMI DEACI DOt DEPOT Of owlljt:
Leon Waldron of Fort Myers Mrs. J. A. Hudson and son, y ass W..w a.a A..w.a
was a guest Sunday of his cousins, Wade, left Tuesday to visit rela-. THONZ e lela Sofro; ifIM
Mr. and Mrs. C. F, Waldron. tives in West Palm Beach.

I I PROVIDENTLOAN
Mn. F. A. Leggett and Miss Al- Geraldine Shepherd ef Miami APIPM

tfce Cromartle of Chosen, Fla, will spend the. week-end witl1Betty
'are visiting relatives here 1 Byrum.
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HOMESTEAD LEADER ImllllllIlJIlIlIlHlllllllllflllllli1( 111m"( I- perature I* likely to kin the seed .: ;

II THE germ.) fi
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AND ENTERPRISE Another successful method 1*
20 Years Ago the us* of carbon diiulphld, This
,.... fa tau HOME %LV- I. the method used commerciallyand

doe not affect the germination
Publish" Fridese at -toM., .....
Tk. r MM w MlU V. of the seed. The dried bean
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w as .... "11IoI"1.. 0- ,. .. Iraa.tL. .< she n..wr.
sa.a rr ..rwaw w. U are placed in a water tight bolt ,
an as a..a r1..da a.a pad or barrel that has a close fittinglid
BEN ARCHER 1010..+..a.r.-0....$r. .11.. ... ... r.r ease sense gets" atr.ntlanae which will hold the gas 36

Prostates 884 tdftw hours and allow It to penetrate
MAUOIItJ LEACH AKOTC umnnmmnmmmumramwra"SnvIces: The size of match win be cut that every year million of tree through the whole lot of seed Ve f
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aUuc-i t4Hcr to lave lumber this ;year. About are ruined. Right now Uncle Sam one ounce of carbon diwilpbjd

MARY FEMKLt: DICKINSON for" The taU Jacob I quarter of an inch win be snipped need timber badly. for each bushel of seed, or for ?:Y
No" and 5.sNqaoa.CRIPtIOK r. Simmons wen held *t Florida from the end of the familiar small quantities which can be

City M. t Church Tuesday . kitchen 1IItcb.I Wholesale price ceiling en eggs placed in one-half gallon Ian, i err
Mr. Simmons wa I pioneer settler > have been set at slightly above 40 .' e<
use one tablespoon of carbon dl
RATION at Florida City where h* I Quota of =allocated for cents per dozen for the South. sulphide ,. .IIDt1n
& : - It* per jar.
..C: c;.W_, .tlMists. served on the town council tot making necessary civilian clothe
several fe...... . have been doubted. This move Is Latest figures showing! caaultles Carbon dUuIphlde, commonly j. at '
of tile United State armed force called hilife, may be purchased at s'fc
...... -"Mr. and Mn. E. H. Hlner, a further assurance from the WarProduction
r -. .... sad the drug *tor*. .
H..rh ra M DM WM ctriM Mr. and M... T. H. L1nd man, Board that there will total 13480. Of these 11500 are a'Cr
.bmawe..l.. riorhk. n4ir Ikt net :: M.... Given Victor and Rufus be adequate wool clothing for Philippine Scouts and 52.MO This .material Is a liquid and
nk 117' r-"
Johnston were 6 o'clock dinner civilian next winter. Americans. By far the greatest when exposed to the air change Cht

guests( of Mr. and Mn. Howard number are missing . 44,111; quickly'.to a gas. This gas I* heav- i ,
Schatf Tuesday" 10,150 are reported dead and 10,. ier than air and travel down- :
CURRENT Ohio I I Though collection of Iron and BSD: wounded. Three times as ward. Therefore, in using this J psi'
'Twenty-one ,
people. ,
steel scrap I* vital, WPB says 'many Americans died In auto treatment the carbon dlsulphld ,pre
of Mr.
were guests and Mn. J. C.
copper will be the Number One ,crashes here before
COMMENTBy tby Wednesday. A picnic dinner annually over 4 always placed on top of tile to
I crap problem this year. Pearl Harbor seed In a shallow container. eo'
WM enjoyed and a permanent organliatlon .
AONEW WELSH I After the chemical has been
WM formed. Price control will be extendedto Since the beginning of the So- p'; tn-the container ; tbh*
relive, NoUt .... Welsh -"While driving at a good IT te 1'1'\
MM M kb 000.._..' wh.tawt. of speed Krome many fresh vegetables withincouple viet aid program, wt have hipped beans, close tightly' and leave '
... ... In _. w at .arr.e on av. Harry O. a ft months. This will nearly three million ton of warauppUes closed from 24 to 36 houn.Carbon .
with kk ...UM.. AMiw Mm..a- Hall met one of the T. B. MeGahey -
MlkuM .. Am w...... 141 N. 4 rock trucks turning out of leave fresh fish a* the only Important to Russia. The Soviet 1 dlaulphlde Is highly Inflammable Lalapo
Seth Mnrt. ....... fta.They ROM it In food which isn't under army' i* urgently in need of food and should not be %
turning to avoid the
'price ceiling: just now. We haven't been able to brought near fire. Handle with the
have for the truck Hall'i
I new name car turned over and
Illegal selling of meat: It 1* called caught Hall and hU companion, I end them much to eat so far. same precaution that Is necessary Pin'

"meatlegglng." Cha*. T rueha, Jr., beneath It. I General Manhall's grocery bill with gasoline. Never smoke or ,"
Hall received two skull fracture for our 8,000,000 heavy-eating enlisted Truck delivering for the mill. light matches while fumigatingbeans. amstn

. and men run $2, 00,000 a day.' tar, forces are allowed to go _
Here I how "divvied up" the WM not expected to live .
we
eight and a quarter billion dollar rucht . sustained a broken This I II only 06 cent a soldier and faster than M miles an hour This treatment is saTe; then-- _'" f ate

in our lend-I a.. fund: Britain Jawbone and a fracture of the !the food's mighty good . a poundof ,i but they are supposed to display if done out of doors and Is most

$U 9.9 Oooo; British. Empire collar bone. meat, one egg, a pint of milk, pennant showing that they are ,effective during warm weather.At .

$2.593,181.000; Russia $1,- -" . Cha T. ruche, Jr. W. 1% pound of vegetable beside engaged In emergency service. the end of the treating period de,

832,230,000 and China $1M,718- C. Mead and C. E. Cushman ha re potatoes bread butter, sugar . spread teed out to the air to allow tMW.
000. been! taking an active part in I and coffee 40 time In 30 day the fume to escape. Then
e . bringing about the reorganizationof DRYJJEANSContinued store at once to prevent relnfettatlon. Int

the Boy Scout. . Th Forest Service If concerned 41by'
!
What wonder hal
we e ( from Page One) After treatment the bean*
Earl Mathew entertained 13 over' great bases Involved by that
"after the war"-uoIlne that
'I of big friends In festation can be prevented In should be put Into smaller airtight fill
car 60 mite to th honor of his Itth old habit of burning land in the
carry your
birthday. . South. It'*"an easy way to clear several ways. I containers for mom convenient -
gallon; tires that will last at long i I
a* your car; airplanes el the gyro- ..J'T. J. Letchworth . I. having debris at this time of year but It One method i* to subject the I us*. Glass Jan., syrup CIsett
bucket lard
or coffee tins
erected bean to a temperature of about are
destructive. Gross
Scope type that you can set downin a two-itory I* frightfully satisfactorily ,
your back yard and win cod of Urge proportion .ra"1 and brush fires spread *o easilyroam' 130 decree to 140 degree F, for as storage container
bout 45: minute and then storeIn if the top are well sated In ;
but IUSO; plane that win travel airtight container This will i the! can*. Gummed paper or transparent -
BOO mile per hour. wire for order She was sent to cellulose .
tape about
1 kill any of the developing Insect one
e e Santiago to take part in its fall inch .
and make It possible to. keep the : wide may be used for such
The war department report A recent newspaper story aid seed without damage. (This treatment sealing, or trip of clottt dippedin th,
1.036 U S. service men held a* Dewey brought the hip round cannot be used for bean paraffin It should b* drawn 'th,
prisoner the In the the cape but such wa not the tightly around the joint of the It,
by lope to be kept for seed, as such a tem. '
Philippine raid. five were warrant case, a* Captain Clark was in lid and the can, and be pressed EJI'

officer, I2S enlistees area charge. Dewey had other fish to i smooth. Bulge or coasts might ,

two from the nurse*' corp. O. fry in Manilla. permit the entrance of insscta.in co

these It were from Florida. I e e "All right, Bessie," said the boss 'k//J'l/OII "f 'kid! I! 1m14Th
A
German ,
e formerly the highcouncils of the little factory which was making '41'
I of the war but now In jackets for soldiers. "Did you coromoNraIOLLIB \j"
Here li one for "TIIlrk.Did you i the U. 3, says the German people want to see me about something" W/111 DDNDS HATt IN COMPOST "
know that there I Is In Lake County, are beginning to realize the The thin middle-agtd worrtmn stood ...als. Til Is lli" P. at
a small lake called Hellnb1awi? from the chair in the outer office Atab _
meaning of their Russian defeat; up ___ II* Mss ease I'a"
It I Is located a dozen miles northeast I and looked earnestly at the boss ,
that heretofore
it has been to with her huge, grave gray eyes. Rural ElectrlfleaUea has mad Venetian Skating Rink th
of Illahaw the Seaboard
on them a war for glory but from "If about this ten percent great strides during the psst ten III *. W. ntk Am, .._-. Itly
railway I now It will be one for *.If.p.... pledge," she began. year, bringing to thousands of farm '
ervatlon. And that I* mighty "Oh. that's all right, Bessie," the hones On convenience of their city 111
Since boom day there ha close to the truth. boss laid. "I'd been al"ewlnlon to brothers. Today, however, copper Inan
stood well out on N. E. Second I II speak to you about wiring, fixtures-*Q the materials I II AanoonixaienlDR.

venue of Miami the "bones" ol Dr. Gallup took a ervey' of expect tea you pe': which are required for rural electrtflcaUonHtre I B<
what was to be a three-story I : : "eil" for Ike firaUou. R. S. SWCKABD- "
opinion on the proposition, frequently ::: W Lw
War
warehoue skeleton of .
a discussed of late, of conducting Bonds 'W
forlorn hope that the Pennsylvania a national lottery to raise the others are sad 1G3w

owner. want I.to.tell. I war funds and I am ashamed tosay Acan't"hive. We a know hard 1t DR. C. C. RAY ."

that 49 percent of those favored making end t
An average of 10 per cent of such a plan Their argument since Jake are new _laW with
those voting an opinion on the wa* that favorite old squawk Eleven kid. ill

duration of the war think a ;year about "gambling la going on anyhow It? That's IfI.
will end It quit lot of mouths to feed. Let' DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST
for Germany, but a and fte might as weU cash a .
wider latitude le expressed on see. you make $21,SO a week including '
In on it. So I I. murder and anon overtime don't ?" 1f
how long the Jape will hold out, and robbery but that doe nol '.y.., Mr but .yen."
26 percent believing It would be signify that_ we should kill and Th boss smiled.
two ;year. a few voting that It burn and rob.Quotable "Oo 't live it mother thought. Office Eleven 9a.n,5.15, m.Bandars .

would be three to five. I have always Beisle. You've got your hands full : to It

had extreme regard for Eddie I from a soldier In ::ri Uncle penny Sam to tpar knows you Don't haven't let it Closed Saturdays f

Rkkenbacker's opinion on battle Killing the enemy! I II not We understand." !
worry you. The tanners ef the sauce, how
such matter and he said In i recent war; It I* seeing your friend die. The boss turned to go back Into ever, eaa start now buying rural 11(4 N. W. Mm IT, MIAMI IrI.
Interview that the war would his private office. I
electrlAcstloa and an the
last three more yean .A new* Item declare that "But what I wanted to say was equipment raotnt 11111TV
which got with It through Purchase
"
e kussolini Bessie raised her roles and I.
ha never visited the the boss looked around. "I wasted of War ,each, Your Wa Beat today
No more brass buttons polish United State Well, he has mlsd would a d by the service men a. olive- something to which he I* not now You see, after we get the and give you back H fee
drab plastic one will replace being Invited. living expenses, paid, there's Just very M you Invest THE tho
them; more than 1(0 ton of bras a about a deflate week left. Would P.f.TI ntmri Bit ftmiml 1 ItsU

wall be recovered from those now Luxury train riding has gone they week be!"willing to accept a dollara

in use I Into.the discard a. 800 chair par. "They'd be more than wining" c::;! 110
I e e lor and lounge can have been rebuilt he boss said quietly. ,"They'd be ."

All analysis of Joseph Stalin Into three-decker deepen proud." World Newt Seen Through.t 8.'l.'
shows him to be a completely tor troop ,t Bessie looked telleved. ,
elf-pauessed man, matter efhknaelf I "All we have to do is scrimp a ffnE .CHRISTIAN.SCI ENCE?MoNrroJt' i .'lr
little" she said. "I'd feel lust terrible
In utter composure whether I, The Snag if we couldnt give somtthlng" All Igkrsefiodf Defy Nsws jeper : all,
the Incoming new be good Back in the boss' ounce a representative NIoW" TH CTMBTUM tenoKt miBKiNO TT 'Ii
.r IB. He i* not a flutter wheel Two old settlers confirmed ef the Treasury Depart. O.s- teat, a.e.a. mooch=" "
grinding. out his energies Id useless -I bachelor, sat in backwoods.. meat wa waiting. The boat. shut b T-Af-1 a.sodw+ .. ...-,_ inM ........... Jr34et
>The' conversation drifted from politics the door and sat down. hMhriW loft T-M. *> MUM s-the sad lit Daily 1 1Ts..i '
effort. to cooking."I . Tve Just seen the greatest single '-- with tb. w..u ......... Soodeee $4.1. j -tJ
Ili-iior'ae. MM Nmr-Mt f. the Ho** 'J
sacrifice I know bI, the Dots laid.
"' get one e' then there
The grand] old battleship Oregon! Cookery "Listen, If you wmMo hear what Pia '12.00 Yowl y,ee 'LOO a Mon & "
has been consigned to the snap book once,but I never could American women are made of . ." I ., h-w. Including Ma..... SMtko, II,40 a Tan, I' '
help It wa this ship that mad ',dO"lIOthln with it," said one. (Story from an actual report lathe J W IT"r
I a record run during the Spanlrh- "Too much fancy work In it?" ata of the Treasury Depart- ILCHRISTIAN ,1w

American war;coming from Pacific asked the other."You've ment) e e e :-

t station round the Horn a 'I hit It. Every one of ,Are yea making a acrUeeT.Are SCIENCE READING ROOM t r

distance of' 14,000 mils la MI hem recipe began la the same ,.. bayt.g war ...... 1'eepMbaesdar Broadway ant Sixth Sine
day Her tint stop ea the AUnt wy-JTak a"clean dish' And John ft aoyre* Mvtag .*" I FLORIDA CITY. FLORIDAI r

'* tie coast WM *t Jupiter light tow ,,,that settled me,"-txchang*. .4 rear ... er factory. -
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i!OIS BEHRENS WEI>CHAPLAIN McCRARYIN MARGARET AMES WILL BECOME BRIDE }

!I FORT LEONARD WOOD AT ROLLA, MO.I The Calendar I OF LIEUT. WM. MITCHELL IN NASHVILLE ; II

' Mar. 14-Sacred concert at First ;
.f Mill Lois Behrens, Homestead took graduate work at Duke University Methodist Church Homestead,, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Atria areannouncing wits( a lovely lines luncheon set
J flgh School faculty member and In Durham, N. C Since given by Monday lluslc dub. the engagement and by guests at a party give for
president of the University Club, her graduation from Florida State Mar. IS-Ueetlng ef Unrrenlty approaching marriage of their her Wednesday afternoon at the
. became the bride of Janus franklin College for Women she has been dub> in surgical dressing* rooms daughter Margaret Elisabeth, to borne of Mrs. Clarence Leone-
McCrary, a chaplain in the teacher of mathematics: in ROMeo of Bed Cross. Lt Jolla William Mitchell e( the bury' by Mrs. J. R. Brooks, Mrs.
United States army, in the chapelat High School. She has bean also Mar. -Meetlng of Junior U. S. Army. Miss Ames left yesterday Adrian Jacob: and Mrs. a....-
Fort Leonard Wood near Ron,I eighth grade sponsor, cheer lead Woman's Club with lira. Stanley for Nashville where the bury.
Ho Tuesday afternoon at S er sponsor ,and leader of Homestead Wittkop. car man* wtU,take place Figures of a bridal couple hi
,'clock. i High School 4-H Club. Always Mar. l$ -6t Patrick's Day: Miss Ames came with her family the traditional white sells and In
, 'The bride walked In with a worker In the young peo I dance at USO. from Guatemala to Homestead army uniform were used a* a
" Chaplain Eugene Nixon. Chaplain' ple's society of Jie Homestead Mar. Is-W. ft C. ft study In 127. She was graduated from table centerpiece in the dialog "
. Usury Hundley wa the best man,I Presbyterian Church, and for several .1 meeting. Redland High School and attended room which wa decorated with
i and Chaplain Albert Wildman years Its president, she: Mar. IT-Meeting of HomesteadP. the Florida State College tor orange blossom and Queen
''I; read the marriage aervlce. Aim, served last rerr''I the young i T. A. at IM: p. m. and executive Women. She has been serving as Anne's lace. Cake and punch were
it present was Mn. Charles Beh- people's chairman committee at t:30. assistant! cashier of the first Nat- aarnd.
\t tent mother of the bride, who accompanled -' tor the Presbyterian synod of' Mar. 18-Meeting of Gleaners ional Bank of Homestead. Mrs. Frederick Weber and Mrs.
her to Fort Leonard Florida. Last year she was also at home of Mr Laban Bishop on Lt. Mitchell: Is the son of Mrs. Richard KInard were awarded v
corresponding secretary of the! prizes In the bridal contests, and
i Wood. N. E. 2nd ter. Helen Mitchell of Miami. He Is
. (The bride wore a dress of dusijy -' Dade County Classroom Teachen'At8oclatlon Mar. 10-Woman's Club dance stationed with a ferrying groupof Mr*. Ralph W. KIngman contributed
rose with self-trimmed ornaments and this year Is president for enlisted men atUSO. the Army Air Corps In Nashville amusing advice to the bride
' and an orchid corsage. Her of the University Club. Mar. 22-Meeting of Homestead where they will make their In two little poems "I Am an
feat and other accessories were The bridegroom Is a son of Mr. Art Club. home. Army Wife" and "I Am in Army:

powder blue. I and Mrs. Wm. Franklin McCraryof Apr. Meeting of Homestead Miss Ames was honored witha Brat. .
f Mrs. Behrens wore a navy blue West Point, Miss. He attended B. P. W. C. in Red Cross rooms. luncheon given by Mr*. A. A. Other present were: Mn. Geo. ;
dreu with matching accessories. Mississippi State College and received Apr. 'Meeting of Neighborhood Payne Tuesday at the Seven H. Fitzpatrick, Mrs. Eugene Fon
The bride was born in MI- an A. B. degree from Mississippi Club at home of Mrs. Clayton Seas restaurant on In Miami taine. Mrs. Joseph Mltterer, Mrs.
ami but has lived In Princeton College. After graduate Sedgwlck Cooper. W. A. Kopp Mrs. Alva Lee Mrs.
line childhood and WU-lJ'IIdu- work at the Southern Baptist Apr. -Meeting of Monday Other present at the luncheon Clayton Sedgwlck Cooper, Mrs. L.
sted..fronr-adfarid'lilth School. Seminary in Louisville, Ky. he Music Club With Mrs. Howard were: Mrs Ames, Mrs. W. A. J. Wainwright Emit Mrs. The*. F.
:Use attended the University of was awarded the degree of Master Johnson Kopp, Mrs. Won. A. Kopp, Mr*. Fern. Mrs. Harold Kendall, Mrs. ,
I Miami and In 1938 received the of Theology. Chaplain Mo I' If. D. L. Sw nn, Mrs. Frederick Ames, Mrs. John Julian, Mrs.
, degree of B. S In education from I Criry, who has been In the army MISS LILLIAN BOOTH : Weber, Mrs. J. t:. Gauzena, Jr. Frances Graham, Mrs. Earl Wil
Mr Alva Lee and Mrs. Adrian
\I the Florida State College for 18 months was stationed here In TO win we SPUKLOCK I II son. Mrs. George Cooper Miss
Women at Tallahassee Here as Camp Redland last spring. Jacobs. Anne Ryan and Miss Marylln
1 1 in high school she was active inv Chaplain and Mrs. McCrary will Mr. and Mrs. L W. Booth are I Miss Ames wa presented also Ernst
the engagement of
4-H Club work and In the PresIbyterian reside in BoUt for the present. I announcing
their daughter Lillian Virginia,
Council. During the Mrs. Behrens will visit relativesIn NAMED PRESIDENT
to Pfc. Oscar Preston Spurlock, MRS. :M. F. WHITE II
summers of 1MO and 141 ,he Birmingham on her way home
son of Mr. and Mrs Jose Koster OF ST. JOHN'S WOMEN'S AUXILIARY .
of Mineral Wells, Texas.
t COVERS LAID FOR 15 GUESTS AT DINNER Pfc. Spurlock was transferred --

CELEBRATING ANN WEBER CHRISTENING I recently from Morrison Field to Mrs. M. F, Whit WM elected en atudy classes.. Present beside
the Homestead army air base president of the Women's Auxiliary those mentioned above were: Mrs.Ralph .
of St John' Episcopal W. Kingma. Mn. Lee H.
Church: at a meeting Friday at.teraoosr' Lehman, Mrs. Ruth Scott Mr*, ILL
> ,Covers for IS persons were laid Mrs Adrian Jacobs, Mr. and Mrs LT. STEWART WED
, at the Bamboo Tavern Sunday for i Harold Kendall Mr. and Mrs. C. MIAMI BEACH GIRL at the home of Mrs. J Schaff, Mrs. A. H. Singleton,
the-4lDner party which followed A Lounsbury, Mr, and Mrs. Jos. 1\ 1CauMns.. Mrs. P. B. Batcllff Mrs. Geo. N. Wakefield, Mrs. A.
I 'the christening of Baby Ann Mltterer, Mr.: and Mrs R. R. Lt. :Jonathan Christopher Stewart was Mined vice-president, Mr*. L. Burgreen.' Mrs. r W. Stillman
' KIngman Weber la St. John's KJnard, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hub- of Dallas and II... Betty Jan CtzcM,'secretary and Mrs. Henry and Mrs C. tt Walters. e

. Episcopal Church. ban of Orome Point, Mich. Ma]. Arnett of Miami Beachwere Brooker Jr. treasurer.
married at the psMtorlum of the READ THE WANT-ADS
Her the smiling baby held and Mrs. J. H. Elson of Coral Gables First Baptist Church of Homestead Plan were made for the Leat-
court for I brief time and her admirers Mr. and Mn. John Julian, 1 I:.
by the pastor, Dr. J.
. showered her with gifts- Mrs. Clayton Sedgwlck Cooper, Johnston on Mar. 8.
war bonds and stamps, garments, Mrs. Virginia Walton, Mrs. Alva Lt Stewart is stationed at the ."" "'.1:.= .... o.. .r"lII '., _'" anllli
Jwelry, toys. Lee, Mrs. W. E. Oaby, Mrs. Chas I Homestead army air base.
The dinner party was : I:. Elchenberger, Jr. Mrs RobertP. I
, Baby Ann's grandparents, ncr.1 Crow, Miss Mary Jackson, },
, and Mrs. Ralph W. KIngman and Mist Anne Ryan Miss Bertha HOMESTEAD P. T. A. THC
their daughter, Mrs. Frederick Nlll Hausman Miss Margaret ;TO MEET WEDNESDAYThe ,
R. Wber. Major Weber the only Ames Julia Lee' Barbara Jean regular meeting of the I
member of the family not present and Norton WakefIeld, Zella and Homestead P. T. A. will be heldat lack DIXIE DRUG Reward
is serving in Hawaii. Others 1 Robert Burgreen, Margaret, Louis 3:30: p. m.Wednesday when the Pock Johatta
In the family group were* Capt. and Carlos Oaby, Ann Topping, elementary. band will play. Phases M art 11(1
and Mn. Dan KIngman of Fort Patricia Walton, Frank Hausman, The executive board will meet
Bennlng Ca. and their children, Billy Jacobs and Dickie KInard. at 2:30.: t
*-i w?Jr; -ant-Betty 'And. Mrs. The baby was named Ann for
Weber's three older children, her great aunt Mrs. A. C Miller t
REDLAND P. T. A. NAMES
Katharine, Frederick Regina, Jr. of Forest Hills, Long Island, whoIs
and William Ralph t namesake of the late Miss NOMINATING COMMITTEE % Mi 31 Tooth Powder :

ft The others present were Mr. Anna Dummett of St. Augustine, A committee to nominate officers .
and Mrs. Dan Topping, Dr. and who was regional bead of the for the Redland P. T. A. sad setae SO KUNIO .otN son
Mrs A. L. Burgreen Mr. and Daughters of the Confederacy.Dr. next :year named by Mrs. A. L. Tooth Brush
II.... Edward Stilling, Dr. and Mrs Burgreen officiated at the Campbell, president,' at the meet- j
t. A. Smith, Dr. and'Mrs. Frank christening. Mr. Topping wa ng. of the association Wednesday Her* is s saving you awl A 40
tausman, Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. NJflakefield godfather and Mrs. Dan King- evening, consists of Mrs. Herman 0
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. man and Mrs. Melvin C Heifers HeInlein, Mrs. R. A. Holmes OMAN ,....
rooks, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Arch- were godmothers. Eleven-year-oU: : and Mrs. Clarence Gray.
tr, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ames, Mr.fOd Catherine KIngman Weber servedas Mrs. Heinlein conducted the _ 1
Mrs. C. J. Pamun, Mr. and proxy for Mrs. Heifers devotional and music wa fur
nished by the school band under AfANESIAtoIUTS
SFITIFRg
the direction of Kathleen Wagner / pidt REX
INKS LANELLE ROGERS WILL BE WEDDED and Adolph Lopu.o 3 A//lam. ( g / Trick 1 rr
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fc TO LIEUT. MINY IN MIAMI CHURCH RITES I After the' business meeting a A ea..r ally'act Own ef UJ.P.atable ) or diseomfortdue m fof
social was directed by Mrs. 1 staa ea., bNdaehes ate. 1 1e..r
W H. Turner, hospitality chairman. snasy'to idulgeac.
> The engagement of Miss La merly made her home with her goo for lowr Gives me relief.Q: C
Kelle Rogers to Lt. Andrew Matthew parent on Vlhlen drive and was Wf. 01. 1 yes t4 7AIL11Z J _
KIn son of Mr. and Mrs. graduated from Redland High
Andrew Marcel Mlny of Bayalde, High School. She attended Wesleyan
Jng Island. N. Y. Is being announced College in Macon. SLASSESM.b.
by Mia Rogers parents, A* "Mist Red II D d District", sti fT
If r. and Mrs L. O. Rogers of 1342 Miss Rogers was chosen from 13 Modern Charm
& W. 17th St Miami. contestants to act a* official hostess lnsA C
, The wedding will take place at for the area in the Miami FACIAL PADS

Trinity Methodist Church on I All-American Air Maneuvers in Quick, delightful ckaMlaf POODj1t0
fate to be announced later. Miss i January of 1941 for make**.
Rogers win be attended by her Lt. Mlny' who I* stationed at

Iwo sisters, Mr*. Harold Brenner, present at Morrison Field in West I 119 PADS
Jr; the former Miss Jennie Sue Palm Beach, is I member of the NOW 4 $
Rogers, and Miss Marie Rogers. Air Transport Command. He attended : '
0esdesss sad ...... de 5..,e.ds ONLY l
Mir Roger, church secretary the University ofNew I

at Trinity Methodist Church for- York. :.,..4111"I"Dr." !

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ANNIE :MAYHEW FITZPATRICK
Dr. L. W./Stebbins .
Redland Road between Avocado and Biscayne Drive 1 1"'l1n"' !fa, "m to. ,,1. Ultc 'JILIIJj IIUI'"
ISM W. Fuller St Miami
Pianoforte and Theory .
Pbom t-MU
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low Xylophone
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fi;r tJOMF.FTF.\TTF.\nFp.; ) A\'l ENTERPRISE Frld.iv, March. 12, 1943
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Victory Garden Yielded a I+i SOLAR WATER HEATERS -_

I'jThis
WILlie They' lMl for Qualified Pul't'huera'ELECTRIC
Harvest in 60 Days BOOSTERS-WORNOUT EQUIPMENT KEPLACEDFr : :
.1 Estimates on Ke-roofinf and Sheet Metal Work

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Phone 270 Homestead, Flal:




Bar n. farm NOW From

H. IL LEWIN\ (Real Estate Specialist)


J + Offices lotalod at IN Rtlena A....., 141 .. fU.Ur .L. Miami. Tel.liars

P GROVES, ACKEACU, FARMS. .CITT AND SVBUMAN PROPERTY
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Many Team Map-.him U the tool Baste Business QaMllflaa nit Uu to H-.
Taw teal Delete "...., Vkotktr Seine M "II.. Baa '- City and Baaarkurraporlloa
., An Kinds Listed M Banal Fricoa. New ,.._ Dao/t Wall.Farokaalnf .

farm property, whether It its, man .. than moot any other tine of
mapriaoi a km an or a ever moll endeavor.
a.., b a.. Important undertaking ta any 1 TIle survive of UW office la lout aa ...
Pt _'. life tut ft ref, oflaa ropnatntaeatlre vaotanoiaMa tlM ptnoa wasting to Mil
l 1JAtlrl
ttlJk iG rt ;-tern an ful.... of aaemi or fallm*. aa It In to UM pee pOtl'd'Papb.o.e.--Nr.
For this mm ft la win to dwl with I Lowli kaa many demands for farms of aT"-
a real =ease _. nuking o specialty af 1- and la always wllllnt to.madder
W form proportion Ilk. H. H. LEWIN of I Hating of addltlooal proportlaa.Bioldoi .
Miami, with offleaa .located hi the Ral. I dealing la farm pnoortloa.. Me.Lewin .
won A_.... Ha understands all toll ooo : she handles suburban real state
Aitto' .. and bit .listings of forma koro avid 'I business and la prepared Ie arrra ran with
threw lo thin locality adapted to apMlflr i.rural or suburban proparty tf you date*
purposes, whether for irala stock dairy,j the kctt and safest ,._,_.... Those
fruit or vegetables or a farm thai I who wish to purchase aaanot do better
Top-.Garden made by lame H. BurJclt, at IItm eon.l!
blow thooe together with I a orruln pen l than have a oonforoaM with him, for be
weed, IU., a* It appeared... ii. UU. Te left!
Bam garden May 1,after all hardy crop had beensown. tkm of mleallanoow eropa. la familial with many paroola of valuable
Above Diagram ef garden layout. Today with the trend of the tlmaa back I I red state which mil b. bought to adrantaia -
I ii to land, many progressive younger pan ,
i pie Ml atari In life with the
Saturn I Long experience In farm property and
purchase of, a farm which caa be ao- the dowlopmonl of farms which ka Iou
Government authorities urge that The planting schedule In this garden 19-Red tomatoes trained en ...... from' thin are on a highly ao.opomthw sold throughout this locality art furlhw
:Victory Garden should cover an follows: fence 12 plant bar and 'the _lea, possible proof of tho Jodtmont' and booster wllli
area of it least 25x30 feet An idea 1-Pole lima bean on fence. SO-Yellow tomatoes on lento, if payment piano Then to aa murk prof which he transacts h..I_. Mr. Uwlaowrlta
ct the crops that can be frown In J-Swti* chard. plant raaa May In farm .vine and ......... the high pwltloa be koMa lMl
approximately this space U liven I-Wax bean, first planting. Letter on the plan refer to few I Ien I meet aa there '|a la ..', kraMk of sly state became feW office to ... .,
fcy the experience with a garden 4 Carrot*, Ant planting. which were planted at follow* I IA
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llfo, Una athlahlp
: moro M noal any other the bout and moat reliable I* this locality.
(.150 feet made bit rear. 5 Green Bean*, first planting -Zinnias; Harlgoldi; C and I
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specialized .1 Patents anraalljlnf R. M. LEWIN him
and aauelata.Klneald .
D--Gladioli I
'The garden faced south and aDo 6-Beet* ant planting. ; E and O-Red, white
layed full sun *U day. It was our T-Leat Lettuce, ant planting. and blue centaureai; 7 and 1- that a farm to the bat. _1 harper, are wall Vaown and
rounded by a picket fence on which f Parmlpi, mixed with ridiibe Chives, which serves at foot a4 i albto" omrlnamoiit for a rrowmc family wall liked throughout thin ontlro sibs
lima beans cucumbers and tomatoes V-Eicarolle, first planung. alao flower; K, on arbor-Red, and thai It provides a Ml atari la jf ,....... Fay thorn a .kit--Ad.,
could be trained. A wire or 10-Onion seta trit plantlog while and blue morning glorlei
picket fence lJ the ideal boundary 11-Pariley. When first crop were cxhouiledr .
lor the vegetable plot far better I-Tuml .. the following were planted te sue
thin a hedge, shrubbery border or IJ-Leaf Lettuce, Second planting teed them In the lame space: II-
,rail It allow sir to circulate freely 7 week after Out, Beets; t-Green beam; 8-Laf lettuce
which help destroy fungi and Plaat. I ; 7 Onion sets; S-Carroti; M
dews. and a fence has no root : :pgp Endive; 12-Green team; lChlneie -
t compete ,..W iota trop lor It <0yi( r HantT. cabbage: ; SI-Winter rad-
Kid.It. Green Bean, second planting, fishes; Beam.
1* vital thai tegetable plot> I week after fir... All the fresh vegetables. needed
tall have at leaii six hour sunS 1 -Onion sets, second planting I for a family ol four f a season ar th +
day and the loll be free tram the Weeks after flrit of four month. uced la |
|,pots ot trees and ihrubl. It-Peai, dwarf.2oEscarolle the garden, v ui yield,
I Bow In the garden ran BttDi second planting, t .and great "aialioa I
'lad south, which gave the most weeks after flnt .urrUn.. mh to pros
!Equal distribution of .. The IIpr"I t." f oppliei mora
row were short, which enabled fe :.>red.
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1 plantings to be divided easily t, ... / gardener will
produce contlnur crops of |h iiady-made plan u
harvest vece'sb: ', S'-'trt ::11 plot, but will aeSampl 1
1 also make cut "' to be followed w14F
Hardener gets e, and adjuited to their
each row. Wi ...nl* preference, taste, and
< land there la ., physical condition of their garden
.' from long roi t Icnc. I ipact.. J
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Hints to Housewives, I Juice and rubber away from sil spots which) appear on the shellac -
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ver. They tarnish it. finish of your pet table.
Orange Bread Pudding -.. - -
I cups milk
a eggs
U teaspoon'salt

H cut sugar
1 tablespoon melted butter
f :3 cup dry bread cube
1 cup raisin
:I teaspoons rated orange peel
4 1 teaspoon grated lemon peel -

+ 1 cup orange sections bEF. "Looks a bit crowded in ,there, conductor
Combine) milk beaten egg yolk,I
salt, sugar and butter. Add to I "/II addition to many thousands of civilians, wt

crumb with raisins, orange and I art tarrying lots of soldiers and sailors on furlough -
lemon peel. Pour into greased baking J
and
entire
train-loads
often Yet
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dish and bake In a slow oven ,
(111 degree'r.1 for 40 minute tAt Seaboard is.doing its test to mate all passengers,,

Make a meringue of the egg white" atf comfortable as possible" ? "l"Okay \

and 4 tablespoons sugar Pile on N your ways ........
top of pudding and arrange orange conductor Wt folks via art not in M /LrYOLEYES
sections: on top of pudding / \ art n.JI.to put up with any, inconvenient \ .
Brown In moderate oven (S7S degrees \ Eyeglasses vKen tet ".tltlllllSt days.>t *
F.) for IS to 11 minutes.Bar. i. \ JJ )orPtre
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ADDITIONAL,., SOCIAL. . EVENTS SEASON The Annie OF PRATER Armstrong season CLASSIFIED ADSRATE
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!': u uunni.ununruww.:n. m
t of prayer ef the Baptist W. M. U. ] :1
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IjT.m 1 ij 8 P. i'TUESDAY DAY DANCE. IN ii BE CLUBHOUSE HELD the was Joint church.observed meeting Friday of the afternoon circle ata in : Fir t insertion 10 HalIDe* a line subsequent insertions' i I


t Mn. T. T. Bowen led the devo- fI

I Carrying out the program "Nocturne" (Curran), and Mina tional on "Meditation and Prayer"and | FOR RENT I PART-TIME maid wanted. Mrs. "
f theme of folk music, folk dances tlilda and Clarice Dodson and the following talk were given I H. H. Ewing, 15 East Ith st toI
r. under the direction of Mrs. W. B. "Coming Through the Rye" and Canal Zone", Mrs. J. Lee Smith; J i and UN of large living room.
Mills at the Monday Music Club "A Chinese Lullaby". Mrs. Julian "Oklahoma and Florida Indians", Reasonable. Phone S28-J for WANTED TO BUY-Green pigeon
meeting this week at the homeof H. Webster played a piano solo, Mrs. Chealey Saunders; Spanish-i I appointment! (cm 12) pea in the pod, mango and Bit
Mn. J. D. Redd. "By the Sea", a transcription qf speaking People :tin the South- other kinds of tropical produce.
dad in a colorful costume from Liszt west and Mexico", Mn. Julia :ROOMS and apartments. Reasonable S. Rosen, T E 135th St, New
Polk "You Our Work", Mn. rate., hot water and ihow. York
Czechoslovakia, Emma Jane Fruit salad, saltine and coffee ; In I City.CAPABLE .
R. E. Edward: and "T e ChineseIn I era. Palms Hotel. Florid
Rivet presented a folk dance were served by the hostesses, I Citr'l
Ariaona", Mrs. Howard Johnson i.. ( re table woman for
Mrs. E. Edwards
from that country. Swedish and R. Mrs. H.
-. [American folk dances were given Collier, Mrs. S. T. Vann and Mrs. Mr*. H. Collier led in prayer. house work. Pets Tourist
by Betty Lou Luke, Angeline Redd. The rooms were effectively Others present wer: Mrs. S. L. !i FOR SALE I II I Home, 302 S. Krome. (Jilt)

Bustey Nancy Craddock, Nadtne decorated with snapdragons. West Mn. J. R. Chambliss, Mn. iI I
Pierce, Raymond Pierce, Glenn Present besides those mnetlon- A. D. Smith.'M... Jennie Smith FOR SALE-B 80-gaL watertight CHILDREN given good care, by

Dickinson and Jimmy Stacey ed were: Mr*. Ivan Moser,. Mrs tnd Mn. T. D. Piche. keg at 11.50 each. C. R. Singleton I week, day or month. Reasonable -
who wore white with bright-col Bevo Webb, Mr*. Geo. M. Frick, Circle One met Thursday afternoon -" Coconut Palm drive. : rate Florida City Nur-
,
Grad Jacket Mrs. Gordon Ivey, Mn. H. R. Mar. 4, at the home of (pmt sery.- ((St!)

: Current event were given by Pierce, Mr*. H. L. Brandenburg, Mn. O. A. West for a business
Mn. C H. Steffanl and Mra. Lee Mrs. J. R. Rutland; Mn. Lloyd session. Those present were: Mrs.!;COAT MILK for tale, Phone FAT hens. J. R. Bevis, near LeCTitore.

H. Lehman. Mn. W. E. Gaby Deitz, Mr. J. L. Kulp Mr*. Roy Chesley Saunders Mrs Jennie i l IJ8-J evenings. I ( (dlSlt)
played a piano solo, "La Paloma" Darby, Mr*. C. I. Chlpley, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. J. V. Downs, Mrs. T. {, (f5tf) ,
(Yradier), Mn. L P. McLean I W. R. Bird Mrs. E. H. Gallaher, T. Bows and Mrs West The TO trade '37 4-ton delivery (..
sang "Sunrise and You" (Tenn) Mrs. J. W. English Mn J. A. next meeting will be at the homeof 'CIRCULATING kerosene heater dan lor 1-ton take body truck.

and "By the Bend In the River" Whlchard, Mr*. S. L. West, Mn. Mrs. Bowen on Apr. 8_ I for .alv. 1-burner cabinet style, J. R. Bevis, near Leff store
(Edwards). Mn: Wm. Mussel- I C. Ben Plummer, and Mrs. A. M. Mn. A. J. Van Marter was I, top removable for light cook, (dI8tf)
'white presented a vocal solo Logan. hostess on Mar. 4 to Circle Four. ing. Excellent condition $15.
Mn. Howard Johnson presided at I Phone 504-J before I:30 a.m. or
IIDIDANCES the business meeting and Mrs. T.i after 8.30 p.1I\ (JlStf J ) JUNK CARS WANTED
CARRY OUT FOLK MUSIC THEME D. Piche presented the program. I Ii Rowell & Son

OF MONDAY MUSIC GROUP Talk were made by Mn. A. D.i LOST FOR SCRAP I Iron. Highest
Smith, Mn. R. E. Edwards and
prices paid, with or without
Mrs. S. H. Fitch, and "If I
a
poem LOST-Wallet between bus sta- !tre.. Phone 8- Ua or bring to
St. Patrick's Day will be observed slstance of enlisted men familiar
It Were Enough", was) read by
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tlon and Seminole Theatre.
3019 N. W. 28th St MiamI.
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with a special dance In the with the square dance RounJ Mn. Catherine Pickard. !
f USO clubhouse at 8 o'clock deicing also was enjoyed to thm I Keep money bat return valuable
Rewnrd. L Bryant T
Tuesday evening Mar It. Formal music of the orchestra rid the I papers. G.
'I dress will be optional, and hostesses juke box. snorted sandwiches and TO GIVE SACRED CONCERT .' Princeton. New. Motor Oil
from outsMe this area as I fruit punch were served by the (mr 12) ...
The public Is Invited to a pro.
well as In and around Homestead Redland Pat t.Tel1cht'r Associa i which safely
gram of sacred music which the LOST-One female U\er-and-
| are expected to attend. Music tion. Mrs. A. 1. Campbell was I
i Monday Music Club will present White pointer dog In Vicinity of
will be furnished by the Homestead general Chairman.Mrs. .
Sunday night at 8'15: at the I Naranja.' Answers to name of CutsOHCostinHalfK.W
army air base orchestra. Ida Eichenberger, refreshment Homestead Methodist Church. I Kate Call Geo. H. 1 I

Tonight at 8 o'clock the Red- chairman, waa assisted by The Choral Club, supplementedby l fM east uses W BWk M tl.S .
f land Neighborhood Club will entertain Mn. Carl F. Robinson, Mrs. Le high school students, will sing FltzpatrlCk'j apart .. BMW dL Tmr _......
the enlisted men with a Roy Sprankle, Mn. Carl Wagner, several threepartnumbers to: proved that RIFINOIL takrlralwWlWr
: program Including both square Mrs. H. Helnleln Mrs. W. H organ accompaniment. The pro. thus ...*...>4 kruUkAAlr
and round dancing. Refreshments Turner and Miss Agnes Studley. Lion tint din weed thus
f gram will consist of vocal solos,:WANTED -Experienced waitress
.
aEFINOIL kept their" .tees III
will be served. While the group sang a birthday duels, readings and piano and organ !
t to work DINNER HOUR.
$40 a better ...... And the 91109001
\ Cookies and .fruit punch were song, a cake made by Mrs. Bird numbers. I
week. Apply Bamboo Tavern. to MM nosh and ......*!. Their
| served by women of St. John's was presented with lighted candlesto A free will offering win be I I tests provinces .. wblKMil {
the one of the enlisted men to taken for the W.S.C.S. '
f Episcopal Church at dance on Bee at MU.I't thrifty ,sr-_
(WANTED{ *, any quantity
Mar. 4. Mr*. Frank Hausman, mark his birthday anniversary. right price. K. L. Waters, Wa- chose t. this krttor A pool "*.
general chairman, was assisted by A small but enthusiastic group 1. 4
ter Barber Shop, Homestead.
Mn. Preston B. Bird. Mrs. W. K. turned out Mar. 3 for the Initial I Refinoil Motor Oil
:". I (pm13)
dancing class which
Haas, Mn. A. H. Singleton and group was .f
.Miss Virginia Haas served at the directed by Mn. A. F. "Arthur.I OHITEP ---I tit 8. W. lit Court Miami
suack bar. Mn. H. E. Schaff and The class met again last night. WAR80NDS Open 7 le 7

Mn. W. V. Smythe also provided I The USO Club la open to all J
;, .refreshments and Dr. Frank 'enlisted men every day and evening -, For Prompt { -
STAMPSF0
Hausman, Dr. A. L. Burgreen and Sunday Included, from t a.
County Commissioner Bird assisted 'm. until 10:30: p. m. Pingpong .111' i CAB SERVICE I

with the entertainment. Community ,tables, cards, stationery, music, I
singing was followed by magazines and recent books are i EXPERTBARBER1NG I
dancing until 10:30: when the men available for their convenience. I at reasonable rate

I'hid to return to the base. .

Square dancing was a popular EXPERT RECAPPING 8ERVICE PHONE 910S or 389 I II
JJ Jeyiturl.laat, Friday evening. Music Till Yen Ao.o. Track M Tractor Tliw to the 'Lffl Dealers tl
was furmsKed"by Chick Fer-
r nando's orchestra of fiddles and COMMERCIAL I TIRE SERVICE HOMESTEAD CAB SERVICEf 'I Halrcnt -. -- ---. ale r

: guitars, and the turn were called O. Plnmmtr. Prop. I' Shave _.. _. '.."'_''''._ Pe I
)I, by W. E. Rhtney with the as- II" N. W. Tth A.., Ml' .... T.I. MMI. T. D. MUM, P.... Shampoo (Plata) ._..___ sea

GET COMMEat'IAL'a HEAVY SERVICE CAPS- and a. ASSURED OP TRI REST i I Shampoo (Mrdlcattd).__ 75e

INCOME CRAFTSMANSHIP.I PERFECT BALANCE AND EXTRA TRIAD DEPTH WHICH Singe ...__.____ 150
10 OF
% j jt [ MEANS MORE MILEAGE AT LOW COST PER MILK IUJUM Dfatrirt Dealers
I I I. Ml T..... 0.....* (D... A .....), Blokes. .... and a- Ash Sap.ply. Facial _......._ ._",_ __ lie
YC IS OUR QUOTA I* B Mtra4i H. D. Franck hi......' and Buku'i Btnlr swim and S. L. KendrickJUSTICE 1 Facial PackCombination 15.
j Gear "", fr. I"BmothUr cow" OF THE Facial_ 730

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Need Homes and Groves at Rcasonatle Prices

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Page Eight HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, March IX:..1943"Ii
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BENJAMIN WARREN MORRIS, Registered Real Estate.Broker
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NEW LOCATION




210 SOUTH KROME AVENUE
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GROVES HOMES GLADE LAND ..
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Buyers are showing keen interest in classes of Red- .-

land District property. Our new location at the entrance '. -

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fore the casual visitor as well as before the party who is

looking for real estate in this section. .
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'" If you are interested, ,in an all-cash sale,.list',your*property -;

;.,." ,. with us now. BUYERS.HAVE CASH'NOW'and do. ,
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