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 19, 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: VID00586
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Vrol. 32-No. 12 Homestead. Florida Friday, March 19, 1943 Price 5 Centa




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New Dade White Sapote DescribedIn '


CODE Bulletin Written by S. J. LynchEDITOR'S


DISREGARDEDHERE.HESAYS NOTE: Following It an account of the Dad A plan submitted-by X. W. Lint I farmer., It was announced: definitely -
; white tapote given by S. J. Lynch, assistant horticulturist .t "of
by Geoffrey Baker, chief
of Kendall which suggested that
the Sub-Troplial Experiment Station In Homestead, in a press
bulletin just issued The Dade white tapote it a variety of retail vegetable celllngi be baaed I the price ceiling division of the

white upot that originated at the station. on New York market prices dur-I OPA, that ceilings would be fixed

I The whlte-Mpote (Caslmlroaeduli white-sapote trees produce small, ing the first 15 dan of March "" on tomatoes, string beans, celery,
,
.1 cabbage Irish potatoes, carrots
La LJave), thought to be unattractive fruit and mOlt of the considered the most feasible and lettuce. Growers went

native to the highland of Mexico seedlings possess a bitter aftertaste officials pf the Office of Price Administration as Insisting that allow.onrecord

Yesterday's announcement of and Central America, has ranked In the flesh, especially concentrated and ever 300 South I ance be mad In the Imposition

the halving of non-occupational among the principal cultivated near the find. Observation Florida growers at the meeting in 'of ceilings for production costs, a

drivers' basic A,ration occsslontd traits of that region for many cen- and selection during the Pompano on Tuesday. farming fair margin hasards.of profit and local
/I .; ii-recent' 'IC 'has decade have- Thirteen of the 20 spokesmen at I
a withering denunciation- by ,Ration -ll/llaeries. yowl past few' brought to Sea Claude Pepper and Rep.
the conference to determine
r '. Board Chairman t.'A.Carter found lU rajrlniotly ff seedlings the"attention of interested grow- equitable -, Pat Cannon pledged their utmost

'.' of 101. person. whose dishonest 1!into,norldsSBd CaliJomli lire set several'outstanding seedlings 1 : celling' prices approved I support In obtaining Bahaman to
which have been nertitcT.Among Jns' "Ian._The""VItI dissenter provide adequate labor for
Flor-
obtaining,*u>d use,of mial.-I--- I
4:t \ ; them are the Golden Sapote, PaK fellisa.F ceRirvga" outr.wli..1 Ida grower, formation of a* {
their fair share of ,.'bas helped LT. GEN. MNOLDMAKES Sarah Jones, Pike and Suebelle.1 growers rather than to army of agricultural worker subject >>
to make necessary this drastic order These are being propagated to a bitter retallera'i to order like soldiers wa
penalizing the honest motorist greater or less degree and planted Despite the ) advocated by Cannon. Peppe,
," SURPRISE in many home garden I also promised grower help 'j .
Another closely allied fruit Is! obtaining fertilizer
"Such selfishness Is Causing ,A I MWD BODY machinery ,
BASE INSPECTION the matasano or woolly-leafed seeds, towline and container for
card holders to be deprived of I white-sapote.. The flowers and their planting next fall and win.
.1 their Just gas allotments," hi 'general appearance of the tree are, FOUND ONRAILS ter. f
similar to the whit : :
capote except I
laid, "and public opinion should Among the speaker
Lt. Gen. Henry H. Arnold, that the leave are more I were J
become so aroused thai It will demand Pepper, Cannon, Philip Ayleworthand S
commanding general of the U. S. leathery and are pubescent especially INQUEST SLATED
all abide Clinton Cook of the food
that persons by on the under surface, and
air forces, made a brief and unexpected product administration of the U.
been the fruit are considerably larger.
the rules. Motorist had
Inspection tour of the the S. Department of Agriculture;
Whereas the better selection! of
placed on their honor to refrain Inquest death of Albert Nathan
Homestead army air base Saturday the white upote. are about I: Mayo: state secretary of
from unnecessary driving, but afternoon. inches in diameter and yel L. Cox 34, whose mangled agriculture; L L. Stuckey of the
are
from the number of can constantly Gen. Arnold was enthusiastic lowish-green, in color, the mata-i body was found' early yesterday Florida Farm Bureau; G. B. Ho

on Homestead streets and about the facilities of tile new sane win have an average size of morning on the Florida last gan, manager of the Pompano
parked In front of amusement base and the accommodations for more than twice this volumeMany Coast Railway tracks near Goulds, State Farmers' Market; Mn. T. V.
places at night it would teem enlisted men. Moore, Miami member of the
matasano have the bitter will be held Monday night in the
that honor' is a mighty poor The general and his party aftertaste element in the flesh I office of Justice of the Peace S.L. women'*. division of community
means of enforcement. spent Saturday morning making Some authors consider the Kendrick. It Is thought thatthe service of the Dad Defense
Tli new order will work hardships a comprehensive tour of the tech'sane ,a* a separate man met death under the Council; Luther L. Chandler and \
on us ab" he said. "Non- nical training command In MI- tetramerla, wherea other mata-j wheels of the northbound train (Continued on Page Six) t
occupational driven will be forced ami Beach. peed.It I* but_ a. botanical which passed through Gould .t tI
to stay ,at home or walk after I
i bicultural variety of C. edulis. 10:30: Wednesday night.
they have exhausted their weekly The white-sapote tree, although I Members of the coroner's jury PRIVATE RITES j
gallon and a half of gas, and the SERVICES HELD
usually grown in Florida where are Leon Milliard, W. I. Berry, I.
ration board must spend" days re- frosts sr* not severe, has R. Dukes, Cha*. R. Graham,
classifying motorists. HERE MONDAY stood temperature Wlth-j Howard Kirk and Colby Fisher. HELDONTUESDAYFORIflNDJIANSON 1
Mr. Carter told of-persons demanding 26 degree T, without f Mr. Cox, whose home .Is In
gas allotment for perhaps California mature tree have been Miami, was caretaker of a grove I
non-existent tractors or -FORUNCLE BOB'Funeral reported to withstand temperature I five miles west of Goulds. He I*
other non-highway vehicles when a* low a* 20 degree F. This survived by his sister Mrs. Martha -
denied supplemental fuel for ---- cold resistance and adaptabilityto C:. Norwood of Miami. Funeral Private funeral services fur
:::_ their automobiles. One negro, he'SrnwasIIIOtted"260 services for Henry a wide rang of soil type make arrangement are under the Richard Paul Hlndman ro -7Iar. j'
gallons of I Lemuel Cook, 76, affectionately the white-sapote a possible tree direction of a Miami funeral home old son of Mr. and Mrs. B. M.
gas by ODT when the normal known as "Uncle Bob", were: crop for all of southern and most Hlndman were conducted Tuesday -
quota Ms truck was 60 gallon of central Florida. afternoon In the chapel of
conducted Monday afternoon by
*. I!Dr. A. L. Burgreen in St. John' The white-Mpot I* propagated $550 COLLECTEDFOR Turner Funeral Home by the Rev. '
asexually O. Sewell Palmer, pastor of
I Episcopal Church. Burial fol- very readily by budding 1
lowed in Palm Cemetery at Na- I and grafting on seedlings of Homestead Methodist Church.
VENEREAL CLINIC ranja under the direction of Turner :matasano or white-aapot at any RED CROSSIN Counties blossoms, pink and
I Funeral Home. season of the year. The early I white, represented the many who

IS RECOMMENDED Mr. Cook died Saturday night I (Continued on Page Four) LOCAL DRIVE J who loved wished the small boy and those
--- to extend
at the home of a brother-in-law, --- ----- sympathyto
F A. H. Jarrett. In Redland, with I TIlE wEATHEICOfficial the grief stricken parents.
,FOR HOMESTEADSstabUahment 'whom he bad been making his Cremation took place in Miami
weather report of the Five hundred fifty dollar bat Wednesday.
home of the time since the
Dart his wife ,Subtropical Experiment StaUOll been collected in the district Uckey died Sunday afternoon
;;; death of several year Homestead, 1'IorI4a. drive for American Red Cross'In James Archer Smith Hospitalof
venereal disease age Dole .Iran IIII -. I so, age 1 war funds. Mrs. E. J. Dyal chairman Injuries received Friday when
clinic at Homestead under 1 Air; Cook came to South Florida Mara I ,, reported last night She
tbs direction of Dr. J. A. Smith from Davie County. S. C. 43yean Mar. : :: :; :.04Mar. will call personally for contributions driven he wa by struck Raymond; by an Insua.automobile Mr.

I hall be* recommended to the ago aa a civil engineer with S as 57Mar. / if notified at Phone It!. the 1 nsua was absolved of all blame
(Dad Ceunty commission by the the. Florida..East Coast Hallway I 7 II 60Mar. CI30 In the accidentMr.

county health unit { Co. Upon completion of the Key I a2 N J211Iar. said.Working with Mrs. Dyal on the and Mr*.. ,Hlndman with
Location of the proposed clinic West extension be settled here . U 51 130.161Mar:10. local collection campaign which ,their elder eon, Bernard, now six,
:has not" been .decided OD deflBlUly and became a grove owner and I" 17 130.121 win end Mar. SO ant Mrs.. Geo. came to Homestead In August of
Commission Chairman; farmer. He served a* county commissioner liar. It U 32/30.081/ W. Turner and Mr*. A. K. 1(31 when Mr. Hlndman became
Preston B. Bird said last night from this district for Mar. IJ U / Paul in Homestead'and Mrs. Rudolph ,supervising principal of Homestead -
but tentative plan are being one term 1MS-SS. Mar. 11 __ 14 Mattson ta'Florida City' add Florida "City school:
made for the work here which Active pall bearer were X. A. 4230.08.
Jrlar. If 63 Due to the current tire and gas Both have been active In church
win obviate the need of local p.- Carter J. U Burton Lee a Lehman Mar. IS U shortage, the'committee has been and civic work and both are A

\."", fleet going to the Miami" clink,I Henry Brooker, Jr. R. C.W Mar ....,.,., 13 131Mar. 'I!doing most. of the solicitation by recognized 'community builder J
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Taro HOMESTEAD LEADER AND' ENTERPRISE Friday. March 19 1943

/ W. B. Caves Is Employed and Cave will be on eighthourshifts.
GROWERS STRIVE Red Cross Ministers to Many Needs 'As Third City Fireman .

1 I Of Men at Homestead Army Air Base Morris Parka reported CommItteeman the building B. W.of

:. TO KEEP CROWN. w. B. Caves has been employed It park benches and was author II
: as city fireman, Chief R. X. Sher- ized to have 11 more built
I A variety of tasks are performed and mad 99 garments for Red
f AT STATE MEET ard reported to the city council A permit was issued to W. A.
dally by local Red Cross Cross refuge work, Mrs. Tlbbits Monday night The threemancrew Adderly for repairs amounting to

I.t, I workers for men of the Homestead reported. Sherard, Elmer Sullivan 200.

t: The Homestead Growers, H. H' army air base, Mrs. B. A.

;'. 8. basketball quad, left Wednesday -i Tibbltts, chairman said yester Redland Baseball TeamIs $1,100 Is Cleared by Army MinstrelsIn ']
for the Class B state tournaZ day. Seventy seven garments Worsted: by Jackson I

t went at Daytona Beach where. I I were altered in February at the Sunday Performance at Hollywood J

under the direction of Coach Paul I mending room on N. Krome ave., Redland High School baseball -

L Worley, they will seek to rt. and 75 rooms for soldiers with Jackson team was Generals worsted 6-1 Tuesday by Andrew in Eleven hundred dollars ; $651 worth of ticket i

; taln the title of champions they :wives were located by field work Moore Park In Miami. This was cleared by the Homestead ... They were assist
won last year. ,ers. the Diamondbacks' second defeat Air Base Minstrels at their Kertz of Hollywood
I Tie Growers were dated to Fifteen pairs of'curtains have by Andrew Jackson this season. tog Sunday evening In the show, the entire
been made for the day rooms at wood. During the preceding Hotel.'d I
play Umatilla at 9 p. m. Jlastnight Pitchers for Redland were Eugene entertained at dinner by
the base, Mrs. Tibbltts said, anda Gossman and UlrIc Vihlen. members of the 30-man USO
1 The Homestead squad Includes huge curtain for the outdoor Cowman broke a scoreless tie In cast auctioned tickets at were divided"between
stage of the air base theatre .is walked Hollywood hotels, and at on aad H h..1
be
Mary Bishop, Felix Bullard, Billy the sixth Inning when flp. !! wel.
Forte, Billy Jacobs, flernoy Lott being made at the mending room. three men. pearanc In the Sheldon .
Other work now under way is
Jack Marshall, Arnold McHwaln,
of for the , .",
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framing pictures I > .
Robert Sullivan and LanierWhitehead. "11' ..,
day rooms.During .
! Don Done, former
42 workers
guard, who was named on the February :
gave 684"i hours of their time "
tint string all-district team at -
the recent district tournament, Butch is on a
l has enlisted In the navy. I Nelda Elaine GauzensIs
The Redland High School Diamondbacks -
Christened SundayNelda
made eligible for the DIET J\
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"f state meet by reaching. the finals Elaine Gauzens, Infant
of the district tourney, decided
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E.!
not to go, and Miami Gesu .
Oauzens, Jr, of Coral Gables, .
second,
( eagers who placed are !
Instead. was christened in St. John's Episcopal
attending
1 Church Sunday afternoon I i
at 4 o'clock by the pastor, Dr. A.:
Ration Stamps Overlap Burgreen. Only members of ,

It- Last 7 Days in March the family were present. TillS shnntion Isn't covered kjr ; The godparents were Mr. and 1 we're"J j :
To aid consumers who may run lira. D. S. Ames of Coral Gables, I Army regulations but 6,.
out of ration stamps for processed brother and stoter-in-law of Mrs. betting: that Butch will find away
f' foods before the first ration period Gauzens, and Mrs. Wm. 'Mitchellof to handle itl! '
expires, OPA has provided a 7-day, Nashville, her slstor. Mrs. H, electric
la (art, we companies
overlap period-the last week of j S. Brandman of Syracuse, N. Y., 1R-
March-during which time consumers -Ian aunt of Mrs Gauzens, servedas know j'tst how he feels.We have ..
may spend both their first pro*? for Mrs. Mitchell. iW Mine problem. Right now,
period and their second period Nelda Elaine was' born Nov. 25 ..,',. king called on to balance) '"
stamps 1942. She is the granddaughterof (.oH service and low, regulated
Stamps A B and C'art valid Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Gauzens and ,aid against fast-climbing coils
for the first period and may be Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Ames of increaseddanands
u4 tremendously
Used from Mar. 1 through Mar. Homestead.
o 31. Stamps for the second period for electric power.

may be used from Mar. 25 Plea Made for WorkersIn ,'.'re doing it, too. Filling
through Apr. 30. During the DressingsAn ell our way orders. Giving
Surgical
;
overlapping period of Mar. 25 '
than
America far more
power
through Mar. II, stamps for both
March and April may be used. urgent plea for surgical .U the Axis countries combined.
After Mar. 31. however stampsA. dressing workers was made.yeeterday ; TVJiing production! up and ap.
B and C will not be valid. by Mrs, B. A. Tlbbits, ". . And besides that, we're balancing -
Explaining the overlapping chairman of the local. Red 'Crow a big plate of taxes.Don't -

period, OPA pointed out that it chapter W know How is it possible to make so m penny "Je relIGu' to JtetpSNA
"The surgical dressings workis get sis wrong. *
will help consumers who have a "
few low value stamps left at the the most important 411 our' Red the need of wartime taxes.Were much power and meet so many tin war...SkotUn't every '
end of the ration period., These Cross activities. >Mrs,,.'rabbitspointed proud that bosinew-managed tUeI"toe same' line Because out io kit fuU...? ,d Ij
I stamps which might not be sufficient out "We' are Just not electric companies paid $620,. of sound business methods and ;
to buy' any:desired Items getting the help we need." in last That long experience-because men, t
t can be used with stamps of ,the The work room.in the old Red- 000,000 taxes year. women and management worked 1
S second period for the purchase of land Citrus Growers Association was 23c-out of every dollar you
the rationed foods. building is open from I to 5 p. m. paid ut'-8c to local and state' together a* a IeGM.,1(:... --
} Consumer were reminded that each day except Saturday and governments-15o to the fedBut while we're doing all this ..., ,
since storekeepers cannot give Sunday. Workers are desperately eral government enough to ,oll""m.ra.1Id municipal J.
l. them change In points, they needed, according to the local outfit 1,687,762 buck privates. power systems ore not paying,
chairman.
should, whenever possible use
high value stamps first rather -- --- ., '
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Mrs. Hammett' Is Given I '-- ;,

Recognition for WorkIn ,

I REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZERS
recognition of her service as
leader of the block plan In Zone
One. Mrs. J. F. Hammett was
presented with a defense leader's .
pin by Mrs. Sidney L. Weintraub,
county chairman at the Instruc- .
tion meeting of sector leaders held
Wednesday afternoon In, the city

ball.Organization of the negroes of Consult us about your fertilizer requirements -
the area as a part of the county +- .
block plan was undertaken by .
Mrs. Hammett at a meeting Wed- for the coming :
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'S ': / year.
moody night In the colored quar- ". '
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for Frwpt : ti' ages of several materials we will not be able to .'YJ "

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CAB SERVICE i ''- 'make ALL of our regular] mixtures.. But we.will : :' ,
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at riaimable rates i iI I .1 r,', do our best to supply as near possible what :. 'i .

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Friday, March 19, 1943 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Pace Three

.w FLORlDJ'CITY I "'TM citizenship eiA sea for alien Mrs. Ralph Cash and daughter
I initrtKtWn under the direction of!Mn. Ted Roberta both of Key
Mrs A. Wrinkle of Miami have Weet, war we k-nd guests of
in and Ground I r Bf Warrens- SewryMb been discontinued.Tho Mr. and Mrs-Jus. Coker.

Havellne Cook visited .
relative in Lake Worth over the W 'F. C. S. class of the Helen and Glenn Schroeder are
weekend.Mr. Commuqity Church is sponsoring III
Homestead a covered dish supper Friday.
J might,
and Mrs. F. Chandler and Mr. and Mn James Green returned
family: left Monday for their home Monday from Lake Worth
in Deflueneac Falls, Fla. Genevieve Chandler was ill several where they spent several day
' Mr. and Mrs. Luther L. Chandler Ga, where she went on Saturdayto days last week. with friend
and children moved on Wednesday attend the funeral of an uncle,
from Couldi to Coral I E. A. Todd. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Huff Joanne Doxsee and Bobby
. Cablet. man and family: left Tuesday for Brandenburg were week-end Mn Roy Chandler Is suffering
their home In Marietta, O. from finger Infection
) Mrs J. T. Hendley Of Damaicus guests of Mr. and Mn. R. E. rMrs.
Mr. and Mr Wm. S. Sottile are Ga; Is visiting her brother Scott.
announcing the birth of a ion, In-law and lister Mr. and Mrs. Miss Victoria Pfaff and Mn Earnest Neill is recovering
William Salvatore, Jr., on Mar. 11 T. E. Klrby. Mrs. Hendley. the Eva Smith left Tuesday for their Mr. and Mn R. Ferltdo and from her recent Illness.. :;
in Victoria Hospital Miami. The former Miss Naomi Bans, expectsto home In New Haven Conn. aftera son, Chick, R. Palverente and B. .
babr weighed seven pounds four make her home here while he' week's visit with relatives here Russo have gone to Cheater, N. Little VlfllUl' was iU last "i
and one-half 'ounce Mr. and husband, Pvt. Hendley, Is In ..a- They are visiting in Miami on theway Y. for the summer. week.
Mra Sottile make their home at vice. home. '
: .1038;Park t1ro in'Coral .Gables. Jesse Caves who left for Puerto r (
her marriagewai Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Gammon Mrs. Vernte Rohrer of Miami Rico last week has arrived at his Waters' Barber Shop"A
Min Elaine Curtis of Miami. have moved from Naranja Road to visited here Wednesday. destination.Mrs. . Friendly Shop"service .
an apartment In the home of Mr. -
M..... Julia Sullivan, wno, hat and Mrs.. E. M, Papln on Silver Mr. and Mn. Harvey Rohrer Leon Toletlene and Men Cordially: .]
been living in Miami has returned Palm drive. and family went to Cape Sable daughter, Mrs. Lorna Dann, left Welcomed
to make her home with her parents last week. for Detroit last week. N. Flaclrr Ave. HeawaleUSomewhere
f Mr. and Mr*. Dave Sullivan Mrs. Lois Kent len on Tuesday
! I I .
Miss Sullivan I. employed
for a, two-week visit with rela- .
at Richmond Naval Air Base.t '
tives in Cedar 1 1.
Rapids, la. "-

Mill Rita Dent, tudentLnurse at I Mr. and Mn Frank Umphrey, -r 1 .
", St Vincent' Hospital Jacksonville Mr.' and Mr*. Leonard Thompson '
is vl.ltln.Mr, and Mrs. B. and Min Mildred Thompson were r
M. Hlndman. guests Sunday of Mr. .and Mrs.

Mrs Robert Ward and ion, Rob- Wm. H. Booth.. '

ert Calkin Ward, will leave for Mrs. Bud Barber the former 1 Jit
their home in Plant City Sunday Miss Madene Cllmer Is visiting "t
after a two-week visit at the her husband' parents, Mr. and '
home of Mrs. Ward's parents, Mr. Mrs. Chas. Barber in Geneaco N.
and Mrs. O. W Calkins.Mr. Y. until she Joins Pvt. Barber
who Is being transferred from Ft. .
and Mrs. Sam J. Davis and Leonard Wood to a station In
Mr. Davis' sister, Miss' France Arizona "

s Davis,'of are Influenza.recuperating Miss from D attacks vlswas :: I I pi\ \ i' .
Mr and Mrs. Scottie Smith and lit
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taken to the James Archer \ i'
their children Wand and Billy '
Smith Hospital on Friday, the and Mrs Smith' mother, Mrs: )\ \\ D 1 1Ll
Mrs. returned
i day Davis from the _
Sarah
Morgan moved on Tuesdayinto I .
I hospital. Miss Davis plan to return I an apartment in the Caves 'd1: "
her
to home in Nashville '
early: in April_ building. .' ''o... .m..1f"

Mrs. H. 8j Brandman: i who has M& Blanche Bishop of Miami (. '
been visiting her brotherinlawand I visited on Monday with her on,a distant . .
sister. Mr.' and Mrs. J. E. brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and battlefront bombs crash
Gauzens, 'for' several week will Mr*. Raymond Insua. ..."'"
leave today for her home in Syra on a vital enemy target. . an attackIng *
cuse. N. Y En route she will Mn. Eleanor Robertson left r column penetrates an enemy
viiit friends in St Augustine and Tuesday for Covlngton Ga.,
I another sister' Mrs. W. H. Barton, where she will visit for two'week position . depth charges crush

in Hopewell, V*. with relatives.Mr. t / C e another Axis' submarine . a

Harry, Martin; son of Mr. and ,and Mrs. W. B. Lumpkin ,.'J.t convoy is run through to an Jnv'J]'

Mrs. Chas Martin accepted em- of Macon and their daughter. Suz- I portant base . American boys. ] I
ployment this week on a defense anne, art planning to arrive >Apr. I 4 .
project at Marathon. 8 I for a two-week vacation with I' many ol them trained in _
Homestead relatives Mrs. Lump- Florida are paving the L\
t Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Morton kin is the former Miss Marguerite II ..
moved on Tuesday from an apartment Wollara. Her sister Miss Louise t long road to Victory with ..
in the Caves building to the .Vollam, who is working in a,defense I, r valiant deeds. !, '
house on N. W. Third St. and plant In Macon, will accompany .\\ .
Sixth ave.Airs. them for a one-week vacation .f ? Perhaps only a few months

her*. : chatted with them on
Virgil;who returned I ___ ago you ,
last week from a visit with her Ray Andrews is an Influenza \ the street. sat next to them on
mother, Mrs R. E. Ward ini '
patient. the train or entertained them in .,
Georgetown S. c., brought with ,
her a two-year-old niece, Betty i 'your home. Then they were
I Orlando Wollam li still ,con- ., i 1
Cantley, daughter ot Mn, : ,
sister, Mrs. Lela Cantley Lyons''fined to his bed with Inflammatory gone. 'and others came.
HI. The baby will make her home' rheumatism. Today thousands of our na- ')
here during the Illness of her
mother, Mr. and Mrs. Jack McMichael "" :' f licu's young men are "visit.
of Miami have been guest this ing" Florida . training for 4
Mrs. H. L. Brandenburg returned week of Mr. McMichael parents,
Tuesday night from Gay Mr. and Mn Wm. P. McMichael.: this serious business called war. .
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They are riding on our ,

spending brief weekend leaves in >

-am MEMO our cities and towns writing the folks i

.- back home impressions of Florida that

EFEawn will linger long after the last gun is fired. i

.These are the "Heroes of Tomorrow" j

,1tfi.r.t : upon whom the preservation of all.that +

w. hold,dear depends. May they carry

Girt'"ALL-OUT" ,. ,I with them pleasant memories of this land t
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TO YOUR EYES am* day we hope they will return. '1}

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VAN ABCHCB ..a.. M..a. or w NeMMTIOs

.......| ass .4HMAWOtlB .. "A." book coupon No. 4 for according to a new WPB order

LEACH .uaaa gasoline expire next Sunday The Five million yard of rayon and
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aluMfcv ..... same foe for coffee Ump No,I IS million board feet of lumber .:
will be aaved annually this
') MABT rcaanx DICKOKOMuascxrrnoK -- LL S.lrmlot IS. way..Our
sawam7N
a1.. ... aniew ones femur 1':

Folk who lose their ration most critical period. rubber -
i* expected next faD and winter
RATa' book can apply for replacements
so Deal 0r ntr____ ___ tt.S* 1 y .t the local ration board, but if That why rule have been :1+:
5ee ..... 06Lbwd lIMe '.."r_ ,"* WNI lea Ttlgg Z. 'a1Y.e.A. the board find that It wa lost relaxed to permit recapping of
a.cstwtt.lNCaTgott Urea without a rationing board J'e
. or stolen through negligence It .
se "6104 011101 s" 10mawN.ea g may hold up the Issuance of a certificate.
is. ray .M .t*. .MM N WAR PITfOgsITan new ODe for CO days
K-. n.a.. .ear 1M 0. ., uour Alt 1
,.. rood must--stretched. tom
None u "Ous" We :1
t 446 VDQYLD Ownen of roadside tourist Secretary of Agriculture Wickard J

#I camps must now offer their declare the food rationing yx..., __

Yesterday til Meurrayiuf PrvfiofrpA < as"N u cabin at monthly rate*. OPA I of war-time living toot going..to ,
I OWMCAt DTWyMAICm) or TVH *>w- say some auto court landlord I be toaiant en easy,. But. be says
} By Annie Marbew ntsaatrick PACK (JHIA65)wnw AMIPtN+r "Mlllt NOW have been charging dally rates to ; "Wye dull all have all we Deed toe .,', ...
First it was tomorrow and then II morose oelNe.a ee esorwr 10 ffUMCMNo'lNCOMMCtCIAUyt Teat tenant who were forced to Uv In eat even If we have to forego
J was today CUll 16OfTIf4 FORM CVrTCCrtBy became of some of the food that we would
MAXIM*IT UNNPCESSARt Of*RATIO rocs camps crowded houinc -
And then It dipped behind me I TO cove rMs***wefts 6arA4t Ne THIS COUNTRY condition In booming warowns. like to eat.* Home vegetable J
; and almost got away.At I IT AVTCX> MJUI-HOUHt garden are one answer.
01' C1/ANINd.
). first twu warm and rosy, and
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I then 'twas sort of gray. Nifty caskets all padded in silk OPA hrs established maximum 1.1. (

And now It Is a misty thing a and wool and lined with rayon (prices for peanut and peanut ; )

breeze could waft away. WHITE SAPOTEContinued trimmings, are due for simplifies J s.products, from the farmer right
But when It was tomorrow, I CURRENTCOMMENT I lion. And coffin will be smaller.r .(down to the consumer
',. could not grasp It quite. ,
: And then when It became today ( from Fag One)
". I could not hold tt tight.
spring season from March to May j
But that has By AGNEW WELSH
I now It dipped by
II the moat favorable time. Shield (
me, It will be mine always.A .
th'' budding a* practiced In citrus nurseries
scrap of time to put away Ghoes. Notes ....,..... wdipmM.a"eo and side-grafting, using a .
other yesterdays.Troop ea bb 'Os.t..' 5.Awtot.
tip a* practiced in avocado nurseries -
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M b .e..t M -
I a.a W Misism A"-' .. _.. both give excellent results
-- fa A.- w.Ms a" No .. In the propagation of young trees
Toilet Kits
aNa lions ...... n.
on' rootstocks up to K inch In

American combat troop, whether diameter For sinning onto larger -
Food rationing I II by no means rootstocks topworking old
they are holding a position in
a new attendant upon war as trees the bark or dot graft and
._ Tunisia, dogging through the shown by a feature story Indicating the cleft graft both give satisfactory ,. .
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swamps In the Buna-Oon are that most war have had It remits. For budwood. maturing : I

or taking over an Islam In, the In one form or 'another. The earliest wood H' to -H Inch in diameter .I iV

Solomon, get their candy, chewIng record of these dates tackaome with wall formed bud Skill in Sowing Prevents ,.
3,000>
year to a Chinese should be elected. Tip don Ij
I> gum tobacco, having cream emperor whose ration book Am- should be tip bearing mature

and tooth paste dally the Quartermaster stated of a length of silk cord to leave with a full swollen terminal Waste of Precious Seed
branch of the Fourth one end of which was attachedthe bud. The dons for dot and 1

Service Command disclose*. royal eL The citizen took' cleft grafting 'an.ba wood similar .
It was necessary to get army thl* to market and the merchant I to that elected for budwood t

regulation changed to provide for clipped a prescribed length for and) varying In die with the size 1.l I
the regular issue of these toilet each pure"aad when the end ef the rootstock to be grafted. I

kits to front line soldiers but the was reached 'It was "no more Wax-paraffin Impregnated cloth .

change was mid and the kits are silkee, no more more ..U..." strips are used for wrapping and

bring turned out and delivered In holding the clons In place. The .: jJ .

antromlcal fifure Dog have the discernment to I cleft graft should be brushed
Each water-proof packet contains know their friends. with a mixture of melted wax-

an assortment large eaoflgh Down boBr.: Boulevard, paraffin to cover an cut surfaces. .

to supply the daily need of 300 where the sailor trainee eat, a The Dada I
Whlte-Sapole ,
men. I doc cam for 'handouts": one of I

,. 'the lad took a fancy to him andIt I A new variety of whlte-sapote th'
" was mutual Now he I* the originated from a seed planted in
t 2S6 Lives Saved '* pet and they call him I 193S at the Sub-Tropical Experiment -

t "Duke." Duke wandered Into the Station from a elected fruit
Safer driving! in Florida saved '
street and a car driven by a of a seedling tree growing In the
MS live last year and if a woman broke his right front leg Redland District of Dade County'.

I The "Doc" took an x-ray, splints Florida, and has been named Dade.
were applied and now he to bopping The seedling first fruited 1938
f i about-their aritmetical dog: with a light crop and bay borne
$71300000, say the Florida Department he medium to heavy of
put down three and carries crop uniform .
of Public Service one. size and shape sii>ce that
The human life toll In 4414 000 year Small shipments of the Take Time, aa4 Great Car la Sowing teeat to Avoid .... itj
accident was 128 Jailed and 1.761 In 140 and 1M J
I electing the color for our crops, amounting ,
Injured For the before, Moat Vkt0f7-Garden teed mint tare seeds big to (
year national emblem the forefathers to three or four lugs each enough 1ft III
there) were 4.SOS accident reported year be sown by hand. Unless a row Is between :your angers should be I
were cent to )
In which III wen killed or was It Betsy RossT chose red I a commission mer- more than M feet long It does sot placed Individually, spaced *o that
and for valor, white for purity and chant In New York. They found pay to .M a mechaaJ al seder each plant can develop without.erowdlog. '
1.714 Injured. b'ue for fidelity Could you do favor In the market and returned eva where one 1* avails*!*. ( j\\
The annual report of the statehighway bttter? from T9 c to $1 per dozen to the! Sowing small seeds by hand tosin.pJe You always tow more seeds than j1
patrol showed M percent * o grower The small ,quantity of -Juit tear a comer off the you expect to grew even though
: of the accidents were caused la a general way the ordinary I I fruit sold locally was well re packet, and bold It *e erne finger the germination to 100 perceaU
by excessive speed It per centby"driving plane must be kept going, either ceived.Tb can tap tap. tap and duke the There are many hazards which may 1
while drinking IS percent ahead downward seeds out to fan m It* rUL cause a pleat to die to Infancy.
or But planesof Dad i* a low-headed tree
by driving on the wrong tide But vales this simple feat to par- such a* frost, drank, disease, erfioodlq
the helicopter type are diffi_ of moderate vigor, with a single turned with rare and skill, hag 1 of But too many gardenersam l d
of the road and 11
per cent by ent; they can remain poised In the trunk and spreading branches. 'ur seed may be waited by saw- seeds so thickly that call ai J
failure to yield the right-of-way dr and because ef this they are The leave are similar In general la( too thickly. good I* sot to* small fractal .. the plant sots \
,, i to another vehicle: Other causes being used over battlefield to aPpearance the other pl'ntln4 to these war times, and tt mature, and they often crowd *ebadly
had lesser percentage rating rescue and hospitalize woundedmen. ,whlte-aapote but the smooth leaflet will pay you wen to take great ear ai dltoolcultl.artwlo.., and auk1 .1_
The total fatalities representeda to avoid .. thinning __ ___ ""
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ranging from Ito 6 Inches In VIM -
decrease of SI per cent from the length, are generally slightly bead This: a to. A etoueh" afford wklchto to After ba seeds hew bees sewn.the ,
year before. This indicated generally It is the "over there mailer seat operation to extremely tanportaaV If
same a* and of a darker green Jigs your band close. the apes seed
that to covering the
I I better observance of sale here The British have started color The ashen-gray trunk and rat to the beat poslUox Let the and arming the sells*o** them.}, r
speed*. a 800 million dollar bond drive. branch have the characteristic Use which was wed to mark the Corer the small aeed* lightly ha I
Ot thoM killed. S? were U S. . o 1 warty excrescencesThe fruit Pow stay stretched until the gads raking soil ever them Larger, r
service men and 141 were pedes mature June see sown, and bold the packet gifts seeds are covered more deeply, en4lat r
during
H O. Wells, noted English and July,
to the aa*. a* the seeds win fan la .
soil should be)
trians. I which I* considered: nudseaaon for both cases the
writer. say Russia has won post i tt e right piece. F
armed to bring the seeds at eon.
I war rights Don't worry about 'whito-aapote in Florida. The Theo, area tt the Job get a bHloeloua
with the soil and exclude air j
I That not all the heroes of this I that. Mr Wells, she wilt b* right fruit, S to 10 ounce in weight, space the sods evenly a4Unly. tact pockets, so that tbe seeds nay aa *
war are on the 'battlefield to to roundish with '. Small seeds should not he -
there not claim a slight flattening
to
but to. demand sorb BMlsture *ad the first rootlet, 4t
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shown by a newspaper report them. at the stylar end, and the thicker than tfteen to an Inc It take up food. >
a which states that 43.MO workers helps a little with the very email t
thin smooth skin 1
o yellowish- ..
seta to mix the seals with dry Sot remember arming does .. ,
have been killed on and oft the R 1* possible that some day the green when rip*. The cream- land before :you begin to aew wing mean pounding: aad e) Mot arm!
job since Pearl Harbor The U S. may be growing colored cot- colored flesh is of a soft melting two ... three Unto a* mach cutda New aoII eompacUy Jot
amaxlng statement to made that ton. Such a variety baa been developed texture with a alight odor and. ..... TO spreads one teed swoush t H force cut air
. 11.0OO war worker are killed or by- a Russia who claim In the four crop borne to date out brttor aid III '.sus to se1ted.e

Injured every day la the United he can grow It black. 'red or no sign ef bitterness has been ... 1t
4 State These nan who follow brown, thus saving the expense evident. Tb medium abed allipU market The skin 1*lIO thin that eaten fresh either out at. handor
humdrum uapublicUad duties that of dyeing It wfciteaeed* are usually t.or 5 when the fruit softens It I* easily a* diced table or salad fruit "(
are part of the nation' vast sup In .number thus assuring complete broken or cracked. Tbe. uniformity and It make a good marmalade.

ply system dally risk their carpet development and symmetrical el the fruit make them Limited quantities graftwood

health, limb and life to make Mae are aytog fee the fear fruit The fruits for shipment! very adaptable to packing attained and budwood of the laude are J
the weapon essential to the hatardoua -\ 71w6eus fe....we meS. must be/ picked hard-mature and Similar to those sisal for available at the Sub-Tropical Experiment ,
task of the soldiers, sailon t. bar a* beat* Is to boy wW ripen to edible softness In Ito the mango It i* .pigs to. paper- Station for propagation F

flier and submarine Wi liali...is* for War I day, thus allowing them wrap the trait purpose and may be obtained by t

tors, opera-I Beada every par,"ay. ample time to reach the northern The Dade white-Mpote can ,be grower and nurseries.Page I

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.SLEIGHT-OF-HAND AND VENTRILOQUISM MISS arm BOOTH CONWAY-CUETT WEDDING SOLEMNIZED ?

ARE SLATED OR USO PROGRAM TONIGHT I rra Mr.srABJUCAN and Mrs. V. I ON SATURDAY IN CORAL GABLES CHURCHr: 1 I

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<" A abort program of soft drink were served.A their daughter. Etfie Mr*. Gladys CU< .hand and alelcbt-or-I square dance was sponsored Sparkaaa HoMing Mr. and UN. It t. Scott of .,.. '.dress with beige aecaaaoriea and
" last Friday evening b"o the Red- Wendover Fwd \ I.a white erchld towage. The "I I
Ida City Md former resident el
for the entertainment of 4BlIItedi land Neighborhood Club directed ;. The wedding I* bridel mother WWI a eeatume at ae
men tonight at the Use after by Mrs. Goo. Wright Square dancing spriag.MBS. Homestead, became the bride of'vt. gold colored wool with brewn
which dancing will be enjoyed.' alternated with round dancing > James A. Conway of the accessories end a yellow rose eor. '

:Refreshment will be served by and refreshment were served RORES1 TO army air base la Spokane, Wash, use.rM..
the Woman1 dub of Homestead.The by the hottest. Mr*. Ralph King- TO GARDEN CLCB la a ceremony performed by the Conway will Vv tow.
maD Mra. La Roy Sprankta, Mrs Mr S. .. Roarer row for his station 1st Seattle I
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regular weekly dance lUv. Carlock Hawk at .
dent m his bride win Join
of Miami where ;
R. A. Holmes and Mr L. H.
night and thebeginner
I be held 'Tuesday clae Tkursday JtI pp. Mrs. Al Wolfe served at Club, will be guest Saturday ta Card Gables Matte. him to the IIP etng. la the tneaa- k
dancing the *claaa on- the snack bar and Mra. J. Wolfe the meeting of the dist Church. time 101.... Conway will continue +
night After Garden Club In the to make her home la South Miami '
Seen tv special musical plroXragsrlfaee'3sIet. was In charge of the check room. Promt at the ceremony besides
Mrs. A. E. Paul with building on April L where ahe la employed.
, nt Play It". helped arrangements > .
the brida's Mr. and
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parent were
members of for) the square dance I divide her time Mra. Conway was born la WIU
ttU be presented by
i the Sacred Heart Church. Mr*. R. and several men from the air beach and her tin. R. E, Scott. Jr. and their Uamson. Oa, and came to Homestead *
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M. Chafer la chairman and hostesses baM called the turn Music wa Palm Drives daughter Rosalie Mr*. Nina with her parents about 18 \
win assist her In serving furnished by Chick Fortilo Jim- : Hostess for the Brandenburg and sons, Emory and years ace In 1034 she taught !
cake, coffee and fruit punch.A mie Lanzirott and their assistants Mrs. W. K. Haa Bobby Mr*. Alma Doxtee and the fifth trade of the Homestead ,
dance will be sponsored by The weekly dance of Mar. I Ball. I daughter, Joanne Un. Florence elementary school. Pvt. Conway !
the Homestead Presbyterian was directed by Mrs. Adrian Jacobs Cluck... Robert J. Crittendon la a native of Green Bay, WU. ,
Church Friday evening Mar. 21.' who was assisted by Mra FIRST AID DRILL I i
Plan are being made for music Walter Weiss Mr*. France Jacobs FOR PRINCETON 1r.IRS.-WA-LTER WEISS TO BE INSTALLED
and extra girls, and refreshment I and Mrs. E. A. Buchanan at A drill in first aid 1"1
m-Ul be served. Member of the the mock bar. Other senior hostesses scheduled for the r PRESIDENT OF WOMAN'S CLUB IN APRIL
church will greet the service men.I were Mr*. John Barker, Princeton Casualty I
The air base orchestra played 1 Mn. Robert Crow Mrs. L. L. Chambers apartment ,
Mra. Walter Weiss was elected for the next party.
for the special St. Patrick' Field, Mrs. Geo. H. night All member
Day Fitzpatrick, president of the Woman"i Club of It was voted to continue Inrur- J
dance Tuesday evening. Additional Mra. R. J. Hester.Mrs. Paul Los- attend.
I and to
the club
the Homestead at the annual metingMir. once on building
girl were brought to the ner. Mrs R. E. Vihlen and Mrs. .At meeting
that club furniture a J
8. Mrs. Henry Ruegg wa Increase on *
dance by army b_. Cake and W. E. D. Ward. Mra. Eugene
reported on activities I, made lint vice-president; Mrs F. much new equipment! has been j
I Lion and outlined M. Kent second vice-president; bought The interior of the house .
NEW OFFICERS OF PRESBYTERIAN GROUP ture work. j Mr I.: A. BuchAiwn. recording will be redecorated when the -
secretary'; Mrs. James L. Bird, service of a painter can be 06- I
ARE INSTALLED BV REV. MARVIN MURPHYNew I!TWA PRESENTS ] corresponding secretary; Mra. P. dined It was decided. f

-- ON FOREIGN J. Franklin treasurer; and Mrs. Present were:; Mr*. H. K. < ;
office of the Woman's Mrs. Paul Haley, Christian aecretary A program on Irene Shanklin, auditor. Mra. J. Foulk Mr*. J, F. Hammett Mrs. ;
Auxiliary of the Homestead Presbyterian -I service; Mrs. R. E. Trotter wa presented at the F. Hammett prealded.Mra. T. E. Stadig. Mrs. Jacobs Mrs. \
Church were Installedby social activities; and Mrs. ing of the Y, W. A. Weies. Mra. Jacob and Weiss Mr*. Franklin, Mr*. Bird t t
the Rer. Marvin T. Murphyon Joel J. Robinson, church flower of Mr*. J. Lea Smith Mra. Buchanan,,will make plant and Mr*. Buchanan.ROMESTSAD t
Mar. 11 at an all-day meeting arrangement and publicity. evening. Hot with a committee from the-Junior
at the home of Mr*. Joel J, Rob Mrs Ruehle retiring president lea were served. Woman' Club tor Joint Installs >. T. A.
inson. expressed her appreciation to the Those present Lion of new officer In April. TO MEET WEDNESDAY ,
Assuming office were Mr C. group tor'their co-operation In France Rutland The club selected the lad Friday The Homestead Pareot-Ttaeher i
el each month ita night to Association will meat at I:M Wednesday '
Ben. Plummer president; Mrs. the past year's work. Moon, Mia Ann a* I
Carl F. Robinson, aecretary- Mrs Plummer presided, and re MiA France Byrd entertain enlisted men at the USO, afternoon f0l1owial'eM a
treasurer} Mn....f..a. Hathaway, JICII ...... given by the treasury Mooev MK Myra and appointed MM* Buchanan and .- of the executive board i t*
historian; Mrs. -Geo. M. Frick or. Mrs. Robinson and the retiring Bell. MiA Virginia Mra. Bird to make arrengemoota which will be held at ':30. \

pastor aid; and the followingcause cause aecretariea. Bible studio the hostess, Mrs.
secretaries: Mrs. Hathaway, were conducted by Mrs. M. _..
foreign lD1| anM; Mrs. J M. Hoi- W. Kent and Mr*. Holferty. Plant j
Petty, assembly home missions: were made for a USO dance to The THE
Mrs. R. C Jackson Christian ad- be held Mar. 28.
ucation and ministerial tyllef; Lunch was served buffet style Msr. 1..Woman1 ;
Mn. Lawrence Pope, religious education by the hostess assisted by her for enlisted men at Jack DIXIE DRUG Reward
and publication; Mrs. I mother, Mrs. Grace McU Smith. Mar. 1.-Meeting i'I Folk Mutsoarheaea
Ceo D Ruehle. synod, presbyteries Other present were: F M. casualty station at 8 I* ana 1111 ;
and home mission; Mrs Bachelor, Mr*. Vane Harris Mrs. Mar. 22-Meeting
M. W. Kent. spiritual life; Mrs. W. E. D. Ward, Mra. D. P. Blake, Art Club In Red ; .
Marvin T. Murphy literature; Jr. and Mrs. A. F. Darling.
Mar. 2J-Tuesday
at USa
MRS. SEYMOUR DANE IS AGAIN C H 0 --I Mar. 23-Meeting \

TO HEAD WOMAN'S CLUB OF THE P.committee T. A. at meeting>:30 p.

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Mrs. Seymour Dan was reelected president; Mrs. Frank Stillman Mar. 24-Meetlng FTEMrD SA 1
tint
aid
at
post I p.
president of the Woman'sClub recording secretary; Mrs. B. A. 1. 30
Mar. SI--Sacred .
Waldin corresponding secretary;
the '
of at
Redland a meeting
and Mrs. E. A. Carter, treasurer USO party after
held Tuesday afternoon In the After the business meeting the Mar. 25-Meeting Pot PYeAP

clubhouse. Mrs. W. a Mahan club members attended the canning first aid post at I p. : .
was named first vice-president; class which la taught by Mra. Mar M- CMItAN 1/
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Mrs. M. A. Baker, second: vice- Mahan. USO party. ; tjOlsN' VITAMIN CAN

Apr. Meeting of I

DRESS REHEARSAL FOR REAL EMERGENCY 1 Garden Club la I take p1"a"ar'5o $
39
STAGED BY HOMESTEAD FIRST AIDERS building. I i'arese FolpM Lot foe I
Apr. I-Meeting ot I
B. P. W. C. in Red
A Mres* rehearsal" for a real cosvcr
RHODES-WOLFE WEDDING
emergency wa staged Wednesday HELD HIM: ON SATURDAY I Apr, 8-W5.CA !
night by the Homestead first aidpost Ing.
' Sgt Wm. H. Rhodes of the
which I* headed by Mrs.
Apr. 7-Meeting
Homestead army air baa and Racine -
Frank
Skill captain and Miss Sue
hood Club st home
O and Mia Mary V. Wolf
.Robinson. c oca taitt_ ,,, __, ton Sedgwick Cooper.
C :5 is raUng with localaToun of Racine were united In marriageby SOc tli. IlkM..te4
the
the Rev. O. Sewell Palmer at Apr. 11-Meeting
from the were Red Cross ambulance Motor. drirere Corps 8 O'clock Saturday evening in the Music Club with I COUGH SYRUP
parsonage pt the First Methodist Johnson.
Mrs.
Earl Godwin Mn
Stephen
Church. gad 23c pro. 90
Mros, Mrs. Eunice
Muele and
Set and Mrs. Harry Roach Ml**
, Mrs.' Helen dark who brought in"Victims" Criffi Blair and CpL Tom Smith An COLD TABLETS SftctAt
for
treatment 'at the
witnessed the ceremony. **un PAn w -
t 1 station.the Thirty parson took .dart Tech bride and bridegroom an ....... era .. It. :' IResaamrasaaw MTN woe
, in practice I living in the Cnaanun home on ..-.. ------ tough aced cold se" roe '
Persona Interested In working West Mowry at.
'with the motor corps are asked I Venetian
|to communicate with Mr*. Godwinat tin a. w. tm ... A141 omms-91 3"M Now ;:ln.
[ telephone! No. W-W ; .e. sveghdy wMa.a ....
te Wars eta sheet a gmsraJfhtkes A WORD ABOUT OUR
tarjB.CS.. nroOIU1'lNG t everrtoey eea t
rosrroNED UNTIL APR 0 1i mud atraajM I* fee heat and PRESCRIPTION SERVICE'
TIlt study meeting of the WA Jay War ...... Hey roar r'Vlt: :
C.s. of the First Methodist every cay day.
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Church TV Rasa Drug seas Is.Mr road of ks

April L has been postponed until '.."" ",,,,, "..'""," 1''"'''''''''''''''''''''' ",,,,..,,,.,,..,,,,"' ,,,,,,,,,..,,...."no"......., fiooilfiiiM aeries h Is the non .....
JThe subject will be "Christian ANNIE MAYHEW SHH dtfMtsMM la w woes Gall oissble.i .
Foundation ot Peace, and there sinir J|4mimc...aii*|nV|>-i i ttf rVt
i I' Mil be a play aa wen -a* talk Redland Road between Avocado and Btatayae. ,....... .r.risbn ta.....I'-' FOP

( and group discussion on the pact Pianoforte 'and Theory ....Tk sea tine hi the Resell Drag
1 the church should have bt formulating Violin Xylophone: grow emve yob"k'S

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t. Red Cross Field Directors .> MISS COOK NOW ENSIGN

I puss Josephine Cook, former
OUR MEN IN SERVICE
I I II physical education Instructor at

r' Solve Soldiers' Problems I rneftfiocr t' ",11 i School, has received
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I '"?" ..\ .t an v "rign's commissionfrom
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the WAVE: officer candidate
|Sgt. Martin Completes I I three weeks before being aent school at Smith College North-

Aerial Gunnery CourseRoy home on sick leave Although he hwnpfon, Mass, and has been assigned -
will not be permitted to have to active duty
I visitors. his wife and hit mother :
O. Martin was promoted I Mrs. E C. Byars, will remain
I Ito sergeant upon hie graduationMar there and return to Homesteadwith CEILINGContinued
7 from the army aerial gun i him.Buther. -
nery shoot In Las Vegas, Nev. I e ( From:; Page One)
ttII' Sgt. Martin, who ranked the Llni. Among than who attended
highest la his class, has been tent Sullivan, who Is 'serving from this am were County Agent
to the army air fore technical with the U. S. Marines in the Chit. H Steffanl Harold Kendall,

school in Amarillo Tex, for fur ;'Pacific recently was released W. H, Owens, Jack Peters, Geo.
ther training. He 1* a son of'' from the hospital where he had Cooper and A. F. Arthur,
I'Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Martin of I been ;confined for treatment of Chandler has "been Invited to
IIiOmedead. and had been In the Injuries received when a falling attend a Washington conference
army only tour months when he coconut struck him on the head. on Mar. 30 of the fruit and vegetable -
received his promotion. In a letter to his parents, Mr. and Industry advisory committeeto

e Mrs. Dave Sullivan of Homestead, to the-U. 8. Department of Ag.
Chief Machinist's Mate Carleton he said: "Just think- of all the and the OPATTnw-.-.-
C. Marsh, U. S. N., who has places I have been and all the ceilings will be considers.. this
,aft just returned from active'duty In things I have been through and meeting. "
the South Pacific with Mrs. then to get In the hospital
Marsh arrived Tuesday from San through something like that!"
H. L. COOKContinued
Francisco to spend a week with .
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his mother Mrs. Frank Marsh Sgt Xmmett Simmons of Camp -
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He had been away frxm Homestead Beale Cal., son 'of Mrs. Walter Edwards and Albert Caves. Honorary .
II Jones of Homestead, has completeed ,
yean.e ,
e e pall bearen were: Ceo. M.
a five-week course at a bakery Frick, S. E. Livingston, Mayor T.
Petty Officer Edward Kirby of school in Chicago.
He waaone
J. Harris, Gordon Ivey Dr. Frankiisusmaa
.Isla the U. S. Coast Guard has been of two selected .from the
J. 1:. McClung W. R.
stationed at Fort Lauderdale to take this
camp training. Mrs Bird and Geo.N. Wakefield.
where his wife has Joined him. Jones'
younger son, Glenn Simmons Mr. Cooka survived by a
His mother Mrs. T. E. Kirby of
was discharged from the
0 - brother, Daniel Cook of Davie
fitoi by Toni rniMii Homestead visited them there on air corps in December after a ma-
and number of
I TkiMUMidt .f V. S. ((bring BUM UM year accepted the invitation M Friday jor operation at a California 'County SC. a .
.... their. personal l problem. whir R4 Cn" fold. directors who tttmm e e e !hospital. nephews and nieces IncludingMrs
pony -... .. all ,.n. .f the world.. This >4rtr., taken l. lfidon ikowtverreiie Charles Fleming has been as. Ceo. Smith Homestead
bappr .1.... she. field men had satisfactorily solved the problemI and Blair Cook of Florida City.
the two aoldlm .! the 4.<... Contributions t. the Bed Crae I94S War 'signed to an engineer regiment at CARD OF THANKS I He was a close friend of the fam
1 Faml, MW fa progress, wake this service possible Camp Claiborne La., according to I wish to thank our Mends for Mrs. W. J. Clark of HomeIstead -
word received by Mrs. S. U Ken-
WASHINGTON. D. C.-Tin sol- seeding financial aid anotm.nl..1 drlck. After six week of basic their kindness and their expressions -I[ a relative of Mrs. Cook.

\Idler, airraid! < Into the Red Cross Ulll....., deaths, loss contact training he Is to be given seven of sympathy during the 111i'i .
oflloe at a southern Army camp. with the borne folka. These and weeks of special training for ness and at the death of my beloved -

|Hls month wee let la a bard, other problems are unfolded la a I overseas duty. wife. I' '
r straight line; his eyes were cold, aever-endlng panorama before Red e e e E. C. CHRONISTER I
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determined. His wife trailed him Cross leld directors. Almost always I Lt. Theodore Franklin, son of I '
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!Us he strode across the receptionroom they are solved :Mr. and Mrs. -P. J. franklin Ji

; ber face was red aid awoW The Red Cross Beld director la stationed with the army para
|lea from crying. They were not ready to furnish Information, counsel troops in "one of the large cities"in
':.ver II. and assistance aa needed to Australia. PROVIDENTLOAN =7,000,0(10( minutes
"I seed help." the soldier told the men of tbs armed forces ReachingInto .

I Wed Cross Held director at the deik. every county in the United I Horace Arnold left Thursday
!
Aad I Sued It fail" States through local Red Cross for Camp Standing where he was !
The Red I Cross geld director COMPANY
chapters these worker and,local inducted into the
smiled, but jbe soldier did not re- home service chairmen art on, behalf army.
Itura It "All right, soldier, lets seeWhat's of the men of the armed forces I I
( Pfc. A. L. Mills, Jr., of Ft. Bennlng Diamonds S Jewelry I
( the trouble" and their families In matters affecting Ga. is expected horn next
"1C I don't get help I'm going overthe the welfare of either or both. I week Watches a Silverware II
on a 10-day furlough.
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j kill he blnrtsd "Im on alert la addition to the servicemen( I e
BOW-dli. to move out almost any aided by field director, more than I .
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Confidential
Cpl. Howard of
minute But I'm not golag-and OO.OOt families of men IB the service -I{tOrlando Thompson the Courteous I
'leave my wife with' no place to recelVeil help* through Red Air Base arrived Monday ServiceWe
.te,." Cross chapters and branches. I I for a 10-day visit with his

Further conversation developed Contributions of the Amerlcaapeople parents Mr. and 'Mis. Bruce Also Boy and Pay Highest

that the young bride was an expectant to the Red Cross during the I Thompson of.Florida e City._ Prices for Diamonds and
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mother. She was unable togo im.OOO.OOO War Fund appeal DOW Jewelry w !
Cpl. Ralph Bevls has been In
home because of her stepfather. In progress will belp to keep and I
ant husband bad no relatives with expand these services to the at- forth Africa about six weeks according PHONE
whom she could ala,. And the allotment tlon's fighting men. to word received by his N560
ke bad made to his wife bad Varied and often unusual are the ,parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R Bev. 2-3268
sot yet come through. other demands made of Red Cross Is. He spent the preceding three
Two hours Uler- after much conversation Held directors. Field Director WIl-l months In England.
39 N. MIAMI AVE.
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If who the telephone .
and planning-the soldier llsm Fluhsrty, stationed la a remote everyone uses
(was abiding the hand of the Red Australian area, traveled downto ''I Pvt. Herman Byars, who Is recuperating -
I1 Cruse Held director. a raMrod junction to bring back from spinal meningitis Miami, FloridaTURiNERIS talked just 30 sec-

The Red Cross man bad arrangedthat 1,000 pounds of American III...- In Fort Bragg N. C, has been
the-soldier's wife spend the lines for troops to which be was transferred to a convalescent onds less on each local call,

sight at' the Army camp gutitbouse. aialgned. Returning I on a train, be I ward where he will remain for
Preparations bad been completed i was asked to help deliver a baby the aggregate) saving (In
with a nearby Red Cross for a native woman, belatedly ea
chapter for ber transportation back route to a hospital time for our war-busy
home. The Red< Crow chapter In the Red Cross Field Director Albert
girl's home town bad agreed to see 8. Campbell and two assistants, equipment would be. about

that aha bad proper ears until the David 8. Oman and John J. Clancy, FUNERAI
baby was born. By that time the Jr, distributed clothes, cigarettes, 7,000,000 !Minutes each average -

allotment weald be coming through. soap, rasors tooth brashes, playing
la every United States military cards and other articles to American working day or over
establishment, at home and abroad, fighters daring one of the most 0l1
the American Red Cross maintains furious Solomon Islands battles 13 y.ar.
a sold director and staff to help Whatever the welfare and per
Unora Sam's (gating men work rat weal problems of American Inky lour Ambulance Service That's Important timesaving ; .

each personal problem More than era at home or abroad, the geld
1,100,000 servicemen paned through director tacked .p by 1.751 Red lADY ATTENDANT these days.whaJeevphonelines )

the omcee of the Red Cross geld Cross chapters and 1.000 branches Phone 270.Homestead. Flal: "' ; ; ar"e" crowded
directors test year Their problems Is the serviceman's best friend U .<...- so
covered all obsess of life-famlllei time of need. I caffs'! '? ''''' "
with including'miilary'and !
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government calls that ,

For News of 'Homestead and South Dade Read KH.A: : LOANS ?' .fielr. fighf the) war. '
REPAIR TIlE EASY WAI

THE HOMESTEAD LEADER arranged for. Home Let us tell you how to tibuilding Won't you try to shorten '! ,

nance your Improvement OB your local tolls-not just 30 ;, 'j

1 mos.. 50c 6 mos., 7x 1 yr, $1.00ti w I the ABp Monthly Payment '
.. teconds-fcut all thafs -
> .. BtBsctirnoxBLANK .. .*.... r ,Plan.- posbUlf.willhtlpaloroo. :
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t Date ( . .. -ri Stop home clePrectati0ll1l W 'I
iteaeeleaj t........ &i4- $ \
14 K. W. Third BL. Homestead.' iii. \,,>I'w 0 4 Matevials i ft you can manage to mot -.

lacreewd. find I I. which please snail the.Leaietfer I Q 'fewer local .. .. I

'L-_ months lei
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p. 0. BOX ._ ______ __.._. .,..,. TIlEGII'p1 win \
sturdiness ..... Dean, Te as .
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STATE: > ;;:'. ::'__ _.-__ I'BONS' n HOSEBSTKAD ftouoA
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Friday March 19 1913 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND' ENTERPRISE __ __ Pace Seven } ;

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Victory Gardens Take Less Aircraft'Warning Tower }

; Time Than Food Shopping NewsBy r CLASSIFIED ADS 1 l'

Mn. Frederick L Weber
BATE: Fin Insertion 104 a tint; subsequent inierUrim

j t -- I RTUC9J'r NGV- .................................... 84 a line .

ADIINGa Fifteen States and two foreign 1

L ONIONS countries are represented by 23 r FOR RENT J PART-TIME maid wanted. Mr. 1
ll 4 cAenOts
of Florida' adopted ton and
aGGTsa H. H. Ewing, IS East 8th at \ I
TURNIPS daughter who have volunteeredto TWO NICE ROOMS with porches (f26tf)
w. PANSMIPSO protect and serve her a* airplane
T
r PorATObs I and ue of large living room. J
observers on the Redland '
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Reaaonable. Phone 52J-J (orappointment CAPABLE table
re for
woman
14 areouraa to the
post, according sign-up
(cm 12) house work. Pelt Tourist
12 upBMSAap MpINACMA lit I lttllOll.l I Home, 302 S. Krome. (j8tf) "I
James A. Rotherham I* from ROOMS and apartment I .

Cent, England and BenJ. Crun- ablt rate, hot water and ihow.,' ,
CHILDREN
3 given good cure byI
19 well 1* from. KlUnacthomaa, Eire.II en. Palma Hotel. Florida City.
4 / week, day or month. Reaaon ( I
From Lauren, S. C. cornea R. I (dll j29)I able rate Florida City Nur-
A.. Holmes; Greenville Tenn., '
Mn. M. Baker Savannah, Ca aery. (fstf) ;
A. ,i j jI I
FOR SALE ,
N M h'Y Mr*. F. R. Weber; Clarkiburg W. I
Va. Dwight Ooancll; Brookfield, I FAT heiu. J. R. Bevli, near ....U'* '.

.-' .A'Fr Map, Mil Anna A. :Ryan; Topeka -'FOR SALE -Fresh pure blood Itore. (dl8tf)
"CIRRAre. ' a og Kan., Mn. Herman Helneln Soonest milk goat $S0. Sam J.I

s Ib ROCCOLI 4 t/q RHU80 b ; Chicago, J. J. Fitzgerald,, Davis, Box* 278, Route 1, Homeitead. "TO trade '37 4-ton delivery ....

11 16 CUCUMBERS 1l000LA.1 a Detroit Bernice Scott Fitzgerald;I I (pmrU) | dan fur I.ton stake body,truck.

183 CANTALOUPES /e Buchan Mich. Mr*. O. A. Hain-! GOAT' MILK for sale, Phone J, R. Bevli, near Leffi atom 1 I
10 to IMPLANT WATEnMGLON SQUASH AND in; JaneivlUe, Wla, Mn. John !, 23S-J evening. (dlStf) I I
21 PEAS 1 Julian, Wauaau Wii. Mn. Joa. .
al STRINGaI PLANTED Y Mitterer; Indianapolis John' CReed I (f9tf) -

II r4 CORM OF TMMKN CORN ROWS I Pekln. Ind., Clarence Gray;:'i CIRCULATING kerosene heater JUNK CARS WANTED
IS "SAII"GUSI Elyria, 0., E. :R. Goldberg: New
for aal,. 1-burner cabinet style; Rowell & Son
A Garden Like This Will gave tH to |IM a Tear la York City, Mn. Helen Kayfelz; top removable for light cookIng -
I the Food Bill, *n Prewar mo Bad*. I West Point N. Y. Col. :RalphW ExcpUentcondition SIS. FOR SCRAP J ro n. Highest
Klngman; Falrbault Minn4j, prices paid, with .r, without
Phone 504-J before 6:30 a.m. or
How much money can a Victory occupied In hopping In the retail I Mn. J. A. Soper: Minneapolis| after 6:3T( (JlStf) itrei. Phone 8-2118 or bring tt'
p.m.
Garden save In the family budget! market.It H. A. Marsh; Ocala, Mn Alex 3019 N. W, 28th St., Miami.
That will depend on how high the li estimated that the average I Hemmlngi; and Key West, Ceo. ,
prices o< mesh vegetable, on which American woman shops for food at C. GrunwelL I' LOST
there Is i* far no ceiling, are allowed lean 120 times a year The pur
to go. chase of vegetables at reasonable
Even before the war, careful prices I* an important part of each JAMES ARCHER SMITH I LOST-War Ration Book No. I, New. . Motor Oil
ieiti and studies made by the shopping trip, an adventure which HOSPITAL NEWS I No. 838561-310. Robert Clarence .

School of Living of Suflern New ordinarily coniume a couple ct _..,- ....-......---.--- i McKay. (pmlt which aafelyCutsOilCostinllalf
York established that a vegetable houri. Yet a total of approximately '
garden can lave the average family two houri' work weekly throughout I Mn. J. C. Richardson was a'LOST-Black leather case with I i
from US.48 to 1100.11 a year, the year Suffices to- produce .11 the medical patient at James Archer birth certificate for Alice Shepherd
at the lam time providing over vegetable need of the family (Smith Hospital from Mar It to I II.
for Louise
1 I II and ration books -
400 pounds more vegetables than home. Mar. 13 Now t.. fee save II seta eo sea a
I ar* consumed by.most city f jmilei. Ai to the quality of horn grown 1 Chai returned Unsley Shepherd and Alice I ..... a. u..m .... hr _._ ;
Mn. Harvey waa
vegetable, compared with those Shepherd Oxland. Notify Box proved that IRFINOIL t._...e
In a bulletin detailing Hi studies! obtained In the market, the bulletin I to her home In Naranja 0111] 164 Florida City (pmrlD ..,... than kl.rln ....... '\ '{
of this subject the following vtatejnents states: I Mar, IS i i iMr I Air UM tint .ltcwm4 that
"You S. S. Beam; Mn. Loll Hllion '
ar* mad: learn what really fresh ; WANTED I RirlNOIL kept Unit Mlw< taWMr
"A century ago horn ""et.bleaard.nl vegetables tail like. Pees, corn, of Miami, Willard Gill and'I' 11, ........ And She MX Mir..4U
lima beam, string beam and thereat of Miami are med-
Walter Wright
were the rule. Today not motor flMta\ and tallraMb. Their
of the vegetable family lose I I WANTED TO BUY-Green pigeon 1, \
only! city families but million ol cal patient sews Convinced
more thin halt their delicious flavor! : mll.1I peat in the pod, mangos and all .Buena"Sale .
families living in suburban and Mn. Henry Green cf M Miami thrifty eas..._ .
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country districts buy their vegetables a few hour hours after picking. 'Half surgical patient. other kinds I of tropical ptoduce.S Oi..t. to this ...... all and ..- !
in retail itoru.Thli an from vine to pot' li a wise Rosen, 7 E. 135th St, New
laying of country folk whose mean On Thursday B. P. Webb was I i] i .
,
-bibtfwai acquired pre- log has been entirely Jolt to the admitted ai a medical patient and York City.S. Refinoill\lotor Oil
aumablybecauu the public had modern race of city and country Raymond Mellii of Miami a* "
been led to believe that it li cheap buyers of 10 called friah' fruits surgical patient a'' til .. W. lit Court, Miami ( "
er ai well at more convenient to and vegetable" L. KendrickJUSTICE Open 7 U 7
buy vegetable than to grow them. .
Details, of the tests upon which I
But careful studies show that this la
these' statements are baaed areIl.m State to Let Contract OF TUB
not true that and marketing
; shopping In the bulletin. To
produce
not only take time and energy .74(7 pounds of fresh vegetables For.42 Miles Keys Road PEACE
which might be wed to grow them, required a total of Ili noun and 17
but. that purchaitng vegetables iaa mlnutea work. The total cut including Due to labor shortage; ;: construction Birth Certificate and other doe,,1 ..

expensive luxury. taxes and Interest but not of 42 mile of the Oversees I assents acknowledged and wit-
''TheudI.** of the school allow labor was compared with the market Highway will be let on contract ....... 1 EXPERTBARBERING
that the quantity of vegetable now coat of the vegetables and )
'purchased by the typical American bowed a living of $98,... which by the state road department Odd Fellows IIld,. i .
,family, Including canned, bottled figured! out ai M cent for each which originally planned to build N. W. lit St Homestead, Fla.,
aDd dried, can be grown and ham hour' work required, and besides,, 87 mile of the new road. Morel I
vetted la less than two weeka timeper says the bulletin than 390 state employee are i

year. Actually! the total amount "You not only experience the working now, but It 1* estimated I* Haircut ._...______ ale
of time neeenary for planting, ear pleasures of planting and tending a that than BOO men will be I
ing for and harvesting a vegetable garden but profit from the exercise needed more to complete the whole job .vhat Shave __.. _. .__ IS*
garden ii less than that commonly Involved." : Shampoo Plata 5e
this year In ti ______r
a Bid will be received In Talla- I Shampoo (Medicated__ 7S*

Adolph, Benito and BlrehlU basses Mar. 29 for one project Sing _______..____. Me 'a

; :11..... -to* tare blind mice. Make between Lower Matecumbe Key' Announcement Facial ._ ,_h__ _._ ale
and another ba
and
Key Largo
las..i.fUNITED t them na with tea percent of S. SPICKARD __ .. ,
STATU year Income t* War Bondsevery tween Key Vaca and Graaay Key. DRf R. Facial Pack _____. __ lie

I WARBONDS py) '..,. The tint stretch Is 30319 mile and Combination Facial__ __ 7Se

and the lecond 11.685 miles Tool _. _... ,.._ __ 1St

\'l STAMPSb DR. C. C. RAYare Mustache: Trim: __,____ JIe

MITI7henr SOLAR WATER HEATERSWhile now associated with BUSH'SBarber

They Lait-For Qualified Purchasers
ELECTRIC B008TEBS-HOR.VOLT EQUPMENT REPLACEDFree DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST
E.ttmakle.l'OOflq and Sheet Metal Work
Shop
GIFFEN ROOFING CO. Coral Gables. Dial 4-1651

O... City Hal
I Offk meant I a. m. ta I p. A

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, Reed Homes and Groves at Reasonable Prices Closed Saturday
BOYS '
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PARTIES WAITING WITH CASH
1711 N. tT. MTV ST, MIAMI

J. K. DORN, Real Estate PHONE: t-SUl I ':. :.J" '. J!

it a eraaeae n need tor I sky 111_ JUIeyM Arcade, Mia.... FU.. phone I-MIJ __.1 .
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scow e4A- ."ashspub.y .. .
The World's New Seen O
shdt, Y'LIE. Through i
Drive carefully, of ,urte.But .
!THE DIRISTTIAN SCIENCE MoNIToR: P 2
7will carry proter"lv' Auto On-
Am MtntHoiut Deny Htwt,.prriiiiiii I
gore year onfrkrA .uranc*-certainly! Ther.re
I tin nmucaima toamb N I
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aas=t I rms /- form*-and amount.!-of Auto t

Ti../.l-Can*. iln-UMmtt_fn* feat ........ Onuranc expressly nested fcycur .
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iaa- AM TliMly need iMlrarah and In Daily
Toombw wfch W Weekly M.... secde., lii.lr I needs, and pun W* will
ah* MaaJtae- Ut Ni.ijata I* .. ltoa e.Pric. .. w explain freely. Feel free to

I1LDO Yearly w $1.00.M nkSiMreVr ak.ua tolEDWARD!
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Pare Eight ; HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday March(l2)1943
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Buyers are showing keen interest in all classes of Red-

land District property. Our. new location at the entranceof '

the Oversea Highway assures your listing getting be-

; fore the casual visitor as well as before the party who is :
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looking for real estate in this section. ,
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,.. ). If you are interested in an all-cash sale, list. your prop-, . .. 1
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,.::'.'; 'erty with us now. BUYERS HAVE CASH NOW and,do_ ,: !<{ +- A

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