Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00593
 Material Information
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: May 7, 1943
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00593
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
lccn - sn 95047482
lccn - sn 95047482
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Vat 32-No. 19 Homestead. Florida, Friday, May 7, 1943 Price Cents 1,

Truck ,Gas Misuse Bales Several

I.. Before Board at Night Session ;

I Requirements Reasonable 'CONNIVING- STATIONS FACED ,


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APPLY NOW TO ,I' Barbara Queen Williams on Redland'High's.Class Reigns as May Day Day JO BE GIVEN!-SECOND CHANCEMakes

-- Tripiin( I
GETHELPFOR InterestOf A stringent warning to the

Mar Day for Redland High therein Teenle Torbert gave the Juice Content LawLuther public against the Use of truck
School seniors was clan day, and clap history and Martha Januaryread and lIon.hlahw"IIOUne In
the class will. Barbara William : passenger

the traditional event of the two
recited the class poem cars was Issued Thursdayby
Chandler returned
day were Ingeniously interwoven composed by Frank Oriflcl. An Saturday from* Tallajjatsee. wherehe : B- A. Carter, chairman of the

original comedy skit was presented worked for permanent retention local war price and rationing
The high point of the day was by Forrest Burk, Adolph of the law governing the board. .
the crowning of the May queen, Lopez, Frank Critic Walter
content lime
Barbara Williams, and her Buuke juice of which 1.1 Residents suspected of violating
growers met urged to apply contort and Walter Kufeldt. due to expire on June 1.:
the U. Francis Prothero, In a dramatic Next on the was a gasoline regulation were
Immediately through program The law which the 184J legislature ,
and colorful ceremony basketball summoned Tuesday to a special
gymnasium event a
Service for theirJabor'
S. Employment U expected to enact will
staged .before the main entranceof game between the seniors and the meeting of the board with B. A.
probably change In the
need the 1943-44 provide a
during the nigh school and attended by
twining season. ; many visitors as well .i' bj juniors. The juniors won. inspection fee and the time pro McCann. state rationing officer,
" all the pupil of.the senior high The May queen was crowned 'vision will be stricken out Chan and were severely reprimanded.
".. It 1 insportant
a measure *
war Immediately after the lunch per die( Mid, but-otherwise the law
school, the junior high school and Service station operstors guilty ofihortfylo
: that farmer asiure"Ihemelves iod. Awaiting the arrival (II hermaiestr.cboaets.m will remain essentially the tame.
the elementary,school.,A mornlntbI''Ih'td1I
) ... of adequate labor tor cultivate "UKletlc ) by ,vpto of. the The Juice content requirement lntractlcns.....win t ''g ..,.lIftImpned
vltally; heedftf food crops," program events and a band 'a no' 'gfr< entire sshant+> weuw4he hundndtnf "win remain at *7 tf centLIBERAL a:;saar meeting at
Luther L. Chandler, chairman of : grouped la front of which evidence as to their violations .
club concert were the other fez.tares I
the V. 8. tt A, war board for' the high school entrance.On .
of day. will be raneidered, Mr. Car
,Dade County said last 'night::
the palm and flower decked
la the auditorium programthe LOANS (te* aid
for all I
Applications necessary
stage curtain me on Lucille dill near two white-draped '
labor, both for grove and for "Such ytolaton of fovernment
I Sage gazing into a crystal ball throne stood Kathleen Wagnerto
farm, should be filed Immediately I and telling Ivy Mae Fulton the announce: the attendants III OFFERED HERE [rationing regulations sr la the
The government housing future M she taw if revealed they arrived from side aisles. 'some category a* spies, sod will
requirements are reasonable asking attendant wore long gowns of j be dealt with summarily if they
only that -worker Quarters spring hues and yellow rose tor- FOR WAR\ CROPS !persist- in their infraction" he

pass state health requirement o P A EXTENDSPRICE sages, and each had an escort, of /Isald. "The aim of rationing Is
1 and have necessary furnishing" her own choice. ,to Insure each 1ndlvi3] ',Jils fair

The Importation of Bailsman (CEILINGS In this group were; writers, Liberal government loam are {shkre ol essential gbods&aVid vlo.
,' ... Into the Lake Okeechobee seetten -
!' latloa can net and will not betoler.ted.
Teenia Torbert,
Fay Campbell available the U. 8, O-
..... Ii! has had a salutary affect through A. Those are government
Grecr, McMullen
Karl Wyn
on fanning operation them )tr.I : VEGETABLES 'juniors, Rosemary .liennington,; war board, to. fsrm'rs planting' regulations and the board, .which
Chandler said farmer* are Pay Peggy O'Brien, Kenneth Creer specific essential crops by uJi serve without pay bu bo'rh.4cejftut
lag bean ptcVer*80 Mite a ham' 1 C. 1o enforce them. <
Richard Prothro{ sophomores, Its secretary, County Agent
per m.tee4.tU end domestic Alice Kirk, Rosemary. Burk, Jack gall I "Some service stations have
H. .St4 fans iyeslerday>Application
labor 4* working more Steadily Temporary price -ceilings of Stepp, Donald Crate and fresh. !(connived and co-operatooMs such
tide fai
of bona
vegetable, based onE ; scare[infraction by truck
perishable men, Leonora Williams, Patty; putting gas
b. 1'-ZJ sales, have been e.- Robinson, Lynn Qowdy and, arc being accepted at M> Stella*,oline in private automobiles.. W.
,DISTRICT TIRE .1 I tlda? indefinitely from the Tate Adolph,Lop J ni'i office in fgomesfead, !next have Irrefutable evidence of Vk .
door to tli pity hall, and In' the laticas by lour large stations here
scheduled,, their .expiration, Brtice Wagner and Johnny
and small These
many facts
QUOTA CILL75%: Apr. 24, |t wa. te rned this week. Roost in blue page cottumej court house *t Mlaml/Loao fer.1 have been placed before state *uthorities -

I E. y// 'i"lni,3.. Lamar p.uo'n.nd Continues( en Page Four) act belnl cnadVhoWYw next se*.: who recommended the

FOR THIS MONTH. Luther- L. Chandler have son' crop immediate closing of the offend

battled In, Washington and New Sweetpotatoes are about the: ing station* However, the local
,York against the setting of any U. S.: N;: SINGER _. only crop In the essential lil board decided to give teem kn* y
Only the Wat essential ears price: ceiling, claiming that un. other chance, but wilt hold the
'and trucks can be cr.nted.lI- I restricted farming, resulting In which can be grown surcessfully evidence for vigorous ups against
tires by the local rationing board, an abundant food supply, will autcm WILL ASSIST AT In the Bummer, it was pointed j I them la case of further violations .

'as this area's quota for )1"1'18 tic ly :".p. prices down.. ," S
only 25 per cent of the April figure They urged that M and wheal the CHURCHSERVICE outMonday -----

according to JC, A. Carter, permanent ceilings are adopted, .
First Year
of Service
I I Chairman. they be' uniform national tell ---., .
The tire situation Is critical."j Inn for various vegetables father J
Mr. Carter said, "and although tluui lUngs varying with localltlesT Raymond Horlbogen, 18-year- For Homestead Plane Warning Post i

;you are eligible for new tires,under 'At, tint this idea met with old.seaman cf the Richmond Na _..L ._. ,

o. ,; existing circumstances there I-cod![ r c pUoo from OPA Me ,val' Air Station Mho'1I1!;.nil i !''Brooker
It is now being Monday, May 10, will mark one Bird MbrrU
t III slim chance-of getting .them-. Chandler said, but high honor as a vocalist, will behead ,
., ,dMa month at least given favorable consideration. I at the ifll>rnint service bli year of aircraft warning service Named Inspection Group

the First Methodist Church of lot volunteer worker manning -
:Farmers Must File Needs I the Homestead bservsUon port Henry Brooker, Jr., W R. Bird
:Machinery I nest.*d on Mother's 142'The B. W. appointed "
I For not one hour of that year 1 land
Board tall young sailor I; being 'by the city ciJw Monday night ''y
I TOAssure Fair Allotment by ,I has the agog been left unguart-
.) _- .. beard often of late ,at CathoOc. ed24 hours a day watchers have u t ccnmjttee to Inspect and
I Protestant and Jewish services.He kept tab on all planes In the local report oa all building within ,

Farmers Deeding new tnachin- 12 Arrests Reported ha* given a concert in Jordan skis Not even during the hurri- the city limit which might be

urged .to file a list of, Hall la Bottom and case in can season was vigilance relaxed. fire or health menace ?
"esT are ; Police i for April
By Carnegie ia1L Jt! '1MJ ce WM ").kre than once the alertness la response) to a complaint by
|aWrequtt mJmts, immediate]t .. -:0-- : chosen 'w the most talented musical of watchers at the post has been Oareaot J. Farman of Parman-

'*",h jht bade farm machinery Only waive arrests' with twelve student In Rhode Island and Instrumental in saving the lives Lehman Packing .Co. that the
t( "'i .board 'fn(OI'Ikr:1IIIati.: fSniHsljasMi' were.reported for>p- wasawarded >a WM scholarship of flier in' some emergency fat mall building adjoining' the .
". aLc'adca:ei.'l'l t ri ii1ItmaaWI";-,of'rat rU-Hy.HlWChM: O. H.Su I to' the-Kew' Eniland .'Conserva this area." reports ,am observer, company** plant Is a firs and a t.
;, '' ( I l ther council meeting Moa4a tory of Jlusle la Boston. He woo "And this alone to compensation health hazard the city clerk was
t.J(, rL' # SJgt*.::How''amounting to few a, Uaastchttsette. operatic let the Bong hour of vigil" : Instructed to notify Dr.Thsodoru*
aaid.Lit.nig14 #1" wrc asct6.-Coet of feed'gpHiasjsri prize'scholarship of MM to which Additional vMunteert are ,***!.>i Bailey, the Owner, to. have die v
...lgaebtrayq to, JwIcf'. *;belY was I10JO. $250 was added. ,ed, and persons Interested la this building put ta repair.
.sal to-the best' i A beus*.Art tit .. m".a quaff eajMtt. Roribogen fat addition phase of war weft -are, asked: to Car C. Canlcto. WM given f
!mid. and a record of countywide ten' five grass 'lJ fII'; and 'threeroported I.to'hit voca)'talent -. ex.PttODJ1abl1itt 'tat: to touch with Sirs. Wat -J.Krame permit for |MO wets 'f repairs

*e44s is necessary In order-to.tea-1 wOOy firss were by.Tire << afb ttj the $f- at the..Red Cross: ".foomon to a-building' in Boulevtrd, ..ddlU r i ittoao
.&Mifabiji.t" ;. iL' "L :;'''' !tan land piano.: ft .TL,let_ave ; '"

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I FrIday May :7,19l

Kinsey Funeral R1teJBeldln'Tumer WILL.CLOU',WKDNISDAT., O OD.:bottS. iigb.t* UNDER\VOOD preaching testimony meetingi and May 14. 'n 'N.va King Cooper.
On 12 the Lily Lawrence
School auditorium.
the sacrament of the Lord sup- y
Bow -Library will begin closingfor '
GIVEN RELEASE the Wednesday half-holiday per, 1 A: B, Blackburn, tpeecbin..
Funeral services for Mra. Addle 1 itructw of the high school |* dlJrecKrf
it announced yesterday by
Augusta Klnaey, T9, were held Mra was Fred Suber, librarian Group Begins RehearsalOf of the play.,MarlewJscoienen -
ON$1OOOBONDOthi yesterday afternoon In the chapelof Junior-Senior M,stage manager, and AMSbAckleford
the Turner funeral Home with : Play, and Bobbie Joyce
Dr. A. L. Burgreen officiating' BOLD QUARTERLY MUTING Power are the ,business enamel 1

F Underwood, 44year.old Burial was, in GraceUnd Memorial ' The Rev. R. J. Mllllgan, elder Rehearsal have begun for, 1era..aadca..DodlcalL and.Cladyt'1

farmer who allegedly slew Park In Miami.MVa. of the Miami District, will con. "Foot LOOM", a three-act comedy Hughes. ,are promptersg
Cordon Ellis M, on Apr. IT in Klnaey who came to Red I duct quarterly meeting at the by Chas Quimby Burdette,1. Due 'to war conditions, eoly:
a rifle dud at Smoke Cash's land two and a half year ago Free Methodist Church of Florida (which will be presented, by the one play will be presented by
barbecue stand In Goulds, ha from Baltimore, died on May 4 City at T 45 p. m. on May 12 and Junior-eealor classes of Home- the) school this year .44

been released on $1000 bond by at the borne of bar aon-in-law ..... ._... _
order of Circuit Judge Piul D.' and daughter, Mr and Mn. Wm.D. :un.-.bU.. KlELCAMOR... b....."..............uu..uuu. ....etlattiatll
Barm. Levy Betide her daughter d

Underwood wn bound over on the leaves a son, Harry B. Wapleof

the charge of murder by by a coroner Washington D. C. j
'. jury here Apr. 21 and was

committed to the Dade County Body of Mrs. Hamilton .
Jill to await action of the grand
Sent Home for Burial
lory FROSCHER jj
Underwood and Ben Jenkln *, I -

a bystander, were treated for superficial The body of Mra. Mary Blanch Na
gunshot wound after :Hamilton, 89 who duct: Way 8 In
the duel that was fatal to till. 'James Archer Smith Hospital IlerJaIere4REAL..ESTATE
wa tent Wednesday by Turner 4

War Ration Book Three I Funeral Home for burial today 'i
her home In Chokolodcee I
Will Be Issued Mail .
by She leaves: her husband.James Broker 4
)I Frank Hamilton of Chokoknkee;;
Number One or Number Two three sons, James Franklin Hamilton J
War Ration Book will not be Jr. of Camp Stewart, Ca, .;+ Formerly !located on Federal 1 Highway at Florida City
issued after May IS but will bereplaced. and Ernest and Mark Hamilton : .
.with Book Three, which jot Ochopee: two daughter Mrt I t
| .. Announces: Address .J.
will be mailed direct to the pub\Gladys Johnson and. Mf*. Exle . .. v Office ,.'
'lic. Secretary A. R Meybem of Demero of Chokoloikee, .even. j
the local board advised jesterd brother, I Frank Henry ,dward, .. \"!* 0\1' .'". : J'

.y. j Charles, Leonard Bertia ... ,
and MI- : .
Beginning May 20, application lley Daniel all / Frrt Myert: and ;: 'r 25 South Flakier Ac.t / ', ::
blanks will be mailed for the new one .1.Ier.'NiP': Lily CoUier of "
book which will cover, no new Fort Myers.Dressings. ; s
"ration program but will merely j J r ', (Next Door to Hotel Seminole) "

replace the- .book. .previously. . te.IUttY' .I Work Room I . j
t' I ',1))
: .. I I
At the present time there If Is Slated for ReeJJ nd . '. J
: ", :)
definitely no plan for rationing
furthers' items. Mr Meybem (aid. A Red Cross surgical drtlllftl i...

work room will be opened at 2 I: Outstanding Offerings in Listings Large and Small (
Block Leaders Conduct P. m. Monday In the; art rnffn of '
Campaign for I Redland School when neighborhood : ". .\ ; "
I women are asfted to enroll. : Groves, Hokes. and City City and Rural Solicited
I Mr. H. O Shaw Dade County '<
A government campaign to em- chairman ct the surgical dressing? .. .( .
phniize! the necessity> of civilian
about knowledge work made a survey yesterdayat 5 .Property, . and Needed !
secrecy I the school cf facilities for'opening -I ,' ,
la being conducted by block lead .
the work unit. She was accompanled > .
en under the direction of MrIo : :;. .. ', :
by, 1"1 "
J F. Hammett leader of Zone 1 ,\ u-rJ .
= ; J
of Life
Klopp jd. ..' .
of Block Plan. J .
the Dad County -
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In the same drive, block leaden Lawreace .
are collecting playing card, School Musical .4
good magazines, "pocket" book Entertains "Cl 'Increase :My.'List.ofF "

and 'II"' puzzle for the use .. .' (, . "
Clt hospitalized service men. Mr: W: B.-music'Instructor : 2 '-.. ; " . : ,- (',{'.\*>'.,..d. ; .

Mrs Harold Kendall and ),fra.JChn' ot'Hbmestaad schools, .. -' ; .. : .... ...l. : " '... ._ .. . . I
.Lynch aector and.assistant presented ;h : ; ; ::1. :; : > ; l
.a group _rJLyojin* .muslclans ,- ..
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sailor leaden, respectively, were ,at the Homestead Rotary :
bon net to block leaden nf their .
Club puncheon} meeting Wedne' .
: .n.
ector Apr. 19 at the horn of -
day .In. i . 3it
r Rrograoi marklag. .. nat. ,
Mr* Kendall I ;
ional- week:

LEGAL-NOTICES sician.The*rnuilf-':vocalist t Jdnf.Irt'1* .sga'nth:ere r:triu-J j : : ::i : i j: : .:; I

NOTICE or. ArpUCATJOKoM Hilda .and CUrfce DodJoft'. .
TAX DUO Ardel PaI'llWll Mist.France Rut-1' : .
FIN sass
NOTICE 1*. HCKEBY: emit tkt 1 land and Mj I..Mary, ,iQeo) Dtt rIng .
ft 0111I.t..a.Pdiiui.. Tax CminraM kuU.i u Nmbm4 u**..* X 1111 oily. . '.. . < kWtJtxntfcMmxxratREDLAND ....'... UtJtIt -fATWltR'tx.7131"tR7t117tUlIleslt' : lt3tsslt3tt1) Uh._ it,

dews the (Mr 4x et Jan. A D. Ill, kMpU

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1 Jay o.nlfwt..A. D.N.IMS 5516, ..bale. m..1M. a.w"wa. b to MIk of .f y {f? '
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= e,..:th.fwgdDd..h.led 5.t 4 *Wk I. mn 0.k, ". of-several'materials: will not.be.able_to. .... .:" 1t

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yt ELVwr"Tl.-w..t Dads hew..*of 1...FIoriIo.II. _mId he...rsTLsf'ivU .' make ALL of. our regular mixtures.. ,, 'Butlwefwe; will ',' "";.'J :' '

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!, Friday. lIar 1, .19!: ? ';. 1: HOMESTEAD LEADER' : -AND ,ENT RPRISE- _Pairs Three

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, Concord f New York. who have been visiting their 1AMXS ABCRC SXTTR I

I II (mother Mrs. J. M. Cook, In HOSPITAL. NEWS:

In and JlroundHomestead Dr. and Mr Ira J. Harries and \ I Mrs. T. Hodges and sons, Tom week. :and Mrs:Winston Caaon of

and John, were guests Sunday I I Homestead are the parents, cf a
t' lot I the Rev Ceo. H. Ricks and Miss Irene Mericktl of Miamiwas son born-May I toj James Archer

t'1 Mrs Jihn A Rick In Miami a week-end guest of Miss 'Smith HotpitaL
Shores. ., Genevieve Cline. A daughter was born to Lt and
Mr*. Clarence Brown on May 1.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Tomerlin Mill Benevieve Cline entertained I Lt and Mrs. C. E. Olmstead ot
left Wednesday for visit with Miami of born
a are parent a son
r Mr. and Mri. Earl Byrd have returned tomorrow from Victoria I at I swimming party SaturdayMiss
relative in Meridian Miss. In the local hospital May L
moved from SOl N. W. Fifth ILl'[Hospital in Miami to their home -' Irene Merickel, Jeredean I Surgical patient are Mn. LewI .

to their new home on Farm I4fM } I here. I Cecil Stuart who I II the houseguest Tamblyn. and Bobby and MargieCorreU. Minter of Florida City Mrs. rand

of his brother-ln and 1 W. C. Greer of Fort Lauderdale, I
6 I Seven-year-old Sallle Hastings, sitter, the Rev. and 'Mr R. E. Mn Phllena Stanford, Mick. ...
: Mr and Mrs. W H Owens and daughter of Mr. and Mn Wm. Hastings, I* expected to return Bob Wettman I* emplcyed atTbdlle'l ey Norton and Tenny Tribble of
j 'Mr. and Mrs. Ceo Cooper returned Hastings, continues In I state of today from Camp Blending where grocery I Miami.
from coma at the Kendall hospital fi underwent examination Medical
Wednesday night attending physical patient are Mrs. Man
the annual Mate Lions' where she was taken after being for the army Mn. C. Carter underwent a garet Farrell of Tavernier and
convention In Mount Dora where stricken critically ilk Apr 28 at -. major oueration Tuesday at the W. Trowbrldie of Homestead.

war bonds to the amount of $140. her home on Roberts rd.. Miss Pauline Thompson, nune Kendall hospital. I IJ.Mn George Frain has been re-
000 were sold club member at Redland Farm Labor Supply to her home In Florida
4 The Rev. S. P Reinke. pastor of Center, has been ,transferred to Harry Deglef came front Key City but her infant daughter will
St Jack Crane of Homesteal the Christian Congregational Spokane Wash. West to spend the week here remain for a while In the Incubator

Air Field, New York sculptor who Church of Key Welt Mn Relnke with his family.Mr. i at the hospital.

b teaching modeling to a class of Mrs. Ceo. F. ..Archer Mrs. A. D. B. O Perry, Farm Security Administration 1
Homestead Art Club members, Luethl and Miss Barbara Jean maintenance foreman and Mrs. H J, Brocket4

hat been a patient in the air bile Johnson delegates from {the who supervised the dismantling and Fred Brocket have returned For 11' e.N '
Con I 1
hospital. all week. church to I' state conference la of the Goulds and Homestead to North Haven.
- Miami Beach Tuesday Wednesdayand mobile labor ha I
Mri. J. L. Burton Mn. M B. Thursdays-stopped! in Homestead been recalled to headquarters camps In I IMs- and Mrs. W. fonyth of CAB SERVICE
Mataey and Dr. Joe Burton willeave to visit I short"while with Raleigh N. C.FLORIDA. Miami were Sunday guests of Mr ,

) today tot Atlanta. Mr. and.Mrs. .Ben' Archer,, son .. ........ and Mr*. L Fonyth. at reasonable rate
and da lbtrr-ID- w of Mr.. Ge(. : fti
Frank Briggs will leave .today Archer; .' || t CITY Mr. and Mn Frank Basso havemoved
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.for 'hit lumper bomcUn{ Tarjy- -L-' By Warreae Into their pews purchased "
:. town,.N Y. During his absent Sylvia'gain'.eiiiW atometbHweek : sevefy- home. on- Eighth itMir. 'PHONE 9108'or 389 ,

Ma]. and Mn W.' E. 'Fleming' otin -,
.: Homestead Field-'wU1ooe
:".bom. on. .farm. .Ilfer: & - 1Qlis Vlrl, |,( Ilaas"I. a houseweek'.of Whitaker. were Saturday dinner and daughter of Miami were Saturday .
i'ue&t'hll Miss AdaliaThomas' guest of M. K. Sever In Home guests of Mr.'and Mn R. 0. I'I.--.J.

Mrs. ,W. K. Walton ten last in. Miami: itead. .t Scott.
week to spend: the summer near I _
: Wayneaboro, N. C.- :14; and'Mrs-:;Jules.Abrami of Ronald Worley Is 111 at Victoria .. Mr, ,and Mrs. Harry Hull and 1
a I Coral Gables were guests of Mr Hospital In Miami family moved to Miami Sunday WANT ADS PAT :

Dr. and :A.: U Burgreen and Mrs. J. ,R. Byrum Saturday

hand daughter Zella Mr. and Mn On Monday they moved to Atlanta H
Frank W. Stillman ant Mn Ralph where they will make their
Kingman plan to attend the Epla home. !
copal convention which begins

Tuesday in Bradenton. The Bur- Allen I LJppard, manager of
greens will also visit in Tampa Homestead mobile form) labor
With Mrs Burgreen's father and camp fcr negroes, has been transferred t
step-mother Mr. and Mn C. A. to Everglades Melvin A t

Idling. Oaks of the Ooulds camp has

been transferred to Raleigh, N. C
y/ t, Mn. Frank Imo. Skill and her ,
"lister, Mrs. J. T. White of Wash Herbert C. Concord Jr. returned .-.
Jngton, D C., who has been I Sunday to New York City ,
'guest at the Skin hems toe sev and his mother :left< Wednesday! Why buffer won'tmelt ;
(rat weeks left Wednesday for for New York:after spending several -
Washington where MrsSktlfwiU weeks at their winter homeon
visit, for I few weeks. W. Avocado dr. Mr Concord in Africa. .
S Sr., who has been Ill, will remain
Mrs. Gordon Ivey and newborn here for a while and will be Joint -
daughter, Madlyn Linda will be As EVERYBODY KNOWS buttes

Workers fat a Michigan re. AND.THE-0.'ot'NTT PAIIII N\IN"I"II\'I: 'WILIDA.ro"1"" 1M will melt. unless you keep it cooL .ADd

artery axed .* a very low IN PRORATE the African desert bn't cooL
t. .., ESTATE; OF B. r. WEBB. ...
false doer leading le the fayefflce. .
:I Oo It .. Inscribed, NOTICE TO mtntTOM ". i Nevertheless;; the Amerlciai wltiar*

"T.. win lean te Jock low.er To hbM. All. .Onriltan r DM.......il AnlnM All Fmrau Sod Eo.Rowing..*: fighdng There carry butter-and itdoesn't
: If yM aoa't Boy at Bond." Yov, Hud .ack of iraw .!. .....fc| natM melt.It .
and required to .....t mug .kn..
.nd aVm nil> whkk rM or ltlwr. of |RM. '
LEGAL NOTICES mar hew against tin .rate '"f B. P, doeioYtnclt, becu*: it'* fortified ,
Webb -Assented Uu of U,V CMratr
"NOTICI 0V';,AMIIr4TION.ro FOR Tl =' t: w. F. Blanton, ....ilbla which has a high melting
Dun C.o.aes.1 bad ill.
f.. CknCM"'IT TArt of'1M the two,. In hb offV, In tt Count pol"".. The result i I. a butter which can:
Pile A4148ktr.by..ewe CovthouM In Dmi Covntr, FlorM, vMiIII .
be packed in a can, like bean or beef;
that W. F. A. tllhl nhmlar month' from < Mtoof
i I a.b.rt.on, .Mdd.r .f Tea tI'N th Unt pukUnUo* Umrf 8>Mto .won't melt, and will keep indefinitely. 't
'KM kwHUM" ** *.y A. IKMM I ye- the he&I ,
-Im. = tr.t1:1: :: : 40
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ku tibri ikw l> (MlM be w.ra '
.% made radoitiiMi ffr to,, feri. t4W > fend';1.m.. .f OT'ifonold: or' nmwill > You might think out soldier could
bowed twrwi 0.14 :. .. . .m b* ;MrroTVS*'B |f.01 IU, W '".
without butter.; could
:b. oas that foltdw a .i.nltnd ps.senw lose PnMt.AM 'J get along They
lb.f C.4.ltistate. .;,; rtwfdo, .Dot.'1 April, ITth MARY A.H D WF8B 1141 ts But-they dont have tor] Butter t* t90*

'(.. Tr.rt IS, 'III..." S. Miami Lead 4, At tdminlilnitur of thfor ,. for them--and Uncle Sam is teeing to it
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,fWr.lol n.ns Co.1! uhdlvl.UM Plot' tho Ma B r I
i, Book : Pin l.. In teeth M, Town. Wrbk. ......... that ,American soldiers are the ttfedt \
!whp SMth. sense It Rut. ann. Don B. Forwirr.
,5 t,,Inks, !. .__ mom or !* .. h* AttoriM? for AomlnMnitHii best-equipped best-csred-for soldier/ lath
';<.tko Contr of Do... SUM of rlorfcki Kim ouhllrMlon m In ttk It...
{* MomiMut of Mid omnwtr mittrr worldl
M nU .." .....* wu la uo MM .f,
*!il C Tdmon.lT \ Of it take to do that
(rnuw; MM ontiririta dull b. woWovoeeonflnt money
.d te .... 1h'lkmll pwMtr much the
So that to help bill.
," will k> ... ta Uu kl' l...t kUtfi r'uncral money pay
M tk. nwrt bow door n the flntHLmtff every one of us muse lawn every dollar
l. the manta oil Jww 'hi, whkk3t
tie till dy d Jo.e. 1MI ..... can (o Uncle Sam through War
<,.,6-u4 this 4th day >f M>r. 141.
) t a. LFATHMMANChrtl Bonds.
ClmH Caws
D..so CMMqur /. Flat" Bond swell Invetiment
War are a
t'-... e..m ....
,. "fff. D. back f 4 for fj
1<. ttB ,t.t to" 0'1 They pay yon every
Save part ottrery paycheck with V. S.
DERD War Bonds

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ft;, berd saw Cwttflrakt Mrk .
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..f : vary. Where extolte'ald. -

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Where Will Money

ENTERPRISE I MOTHER LOVE Come From ? f (Continued front Paige On) i

m'es'a in "isP.hlw founded trumpet to announcaj
By Annie Maybew Fitzpatrick People ask "Whet win Ih* the arrival of the queen, and tttai
... Malaya .. 1111.a. n., ateacr some ,....," te reach Harland Merrltm'plt1ed the prtnleeulonal
IF 1M a"1Jo Dale P.wkhI.e Gasser.Sign Eternal things-the sun, the moon, the tklrtom-MUtoai dasher e1. I Down the lone center

The stars that shine above, JwtlT* al the feetM War aisle cam little blue-clad Bar f<
ABCHtk teaa. Tk aamrar t* .....*. bare Fitzpatrick, flower .
girl scat
useless a** MMMAUOm Refreshing winds, life-giving rain*'" Ik People SATE: Ih* soaps*. taring petal o( many hue from i
when w* .reaiw* .ia jHHMr 4
Then too there's mother love. her basket 11
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sweeties t** e bar0406
And then the queen appeared
MART Masseur mEU HIM DICKINSON The winds, the rains, sun, moon and tars ......Fee woe every Uwla*Mitt arWM*"4Leese. f wearing a town of white net,
trimmed with fold
sequin tad.
"ow sad swimSUBSCRIPTION All in their cycles go. miaottva.MM.M tan* at a dollar *f carrying an arm bouquet of red .

f UTU But mother love is different; the 1Keblar of war sasses rote*. Her long cold-lined train
was carried by page, Harriet i
h D 4f CwMrl I mm.$ Not I MB* Jl.. It beams in steady glow.It all bass ass deep Meiaael be W1.e..Ivtd.,.........'. Lowe and Grace Gosiraan.
OUM of DoeI yr.r.,mfr l"i; au... U'I after taxes than there King Francis met her at th/a.
I CM*. II Ml 1 r., I*.**. vase matters not how near you are, ar* Ihtaf* KoM**' IV .... throne. I 1'

It matters not how far I* tay, theei en***tads arlee. Nancy and Diane Trowbrldg, .
Es aim aaa flit gevennMal *e.cl IfBMtokad little pageaxla whit silk brought!
mere,, w&j,$ "* 1M sea oIfIoo sor A mother's love as constant is ky Ik* MenllMd awakraU forth crown on white pillow, '
monk $T0 FIorIde, ..... eM so 01 A8 God'most pass eI ....,..., ..... This I and Principal Carl W a g n;.f,]
b steadfast star.
spaso W*.. tat* Oar crowned the royal pair. '"a
urar.d saesritIse rTn T* Then followed a tap dance by1?
RationingBy Ikjrf teI t\ the two page, a maypole dance
They glv* tide ..... M Tie by girl from the fifth and sixth,
Annie Maybe Fitzpatrick ........"...."".""; v................".J."h'JI wvwywwvwvvvvvwvvvvvvvthe geed row ..-,. grade and the closing procession ".

Why grip about point marketing Ravine Gardens, Palatka are led by the king and queen- ,
event and band
field day eon-
more than 100.000 azalea. 1,500
Tl better to rejoice I CURRENT I cert brought the Redland schools'
dogwood, 11,000 palm. 20,000 Per it f
tint May day to a cloM.
That we can share some hardship crepe myrtle, 2,500 magnolias, Four private on kitchen police 'I

Our boy, they have no choice. COMMENTBy 20,000'Cherokee roses, 2,000 flame duty at Kearns Field Utah, were Cam .pawn e
vines, 1,500 eamelias, el*
AGNEW WELSH told to peel 400 pound of poUtct Father "It rust be time! to get ,
The Florida legislature IT
.............................,....... .' *. The men sergeant came to IUP" "
find they'd peeled 000 pound and Mother: "Why, dear
Your Dates eaM.a UlMr-t' Mlfe M i "CaMmta.sir. W.M",:,:: Stack were still at it "W wanted to father "The,baby. has juit fal.
With Uncle"Sam be kt Mrmmlpt at *..r... Puzzled husband"(to wlfey): quit," one explained "but'ev..". ten asleep,"-Atlanta Tw -Be\l4."i
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... .. wIt1I.. otI siMysTtsry. Com and help me fill In this time w* were about to atop w* I.
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fltlff MtMfffMff lash ..... Mwsi. ftI, application for for Six Easy L**. heard someone yell, 'Hey K. P.' "That' a chap who'l going place** :

SUGAR: Stamp 11 good for At the .'pr's conclusion th.r.will I sons on. Filling In GovernmentForms. W* thought that meant keeppeelin' "Ambitious, eh!" .
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AP- out
-Punch. "No HI wife' of town.
five pound through May SI. N thouiartd of plan.,7p. __ -p r _ H_ _'H___ _
COFFEE, Stamp 23 good lor Ive and Victor, for I
on. pound through May 80. I I I manufacturer of plane stated In I
Miami that their convention to ...
FUEL OIL Coupon t valid till
commercial ue would be Impractical
Sept. 30.GASOLINE. I'I
and thought the use of an
: A-coupon 5 good air fore of 30,000 plane wouldbe
for three gallon through 7uly 21. I needed to police the war-torn
warlcj. That would not fellev Tt
SHOES: Stamp 17 (In sugar
our ga ,situation
book) good for one pair until .

June 11BLUE An authentic publication lists
STAMPS. H, and
jJ 3512 varieties of flower that
valid through May 31 blocm In Florida; alto 150 vari; M

RID STAMPS>S: & and .r valid tie of trees native to this etat. .
This list Include 17 kind of oak, :
through May 31 0 valid from I
IS of holly, eight pine and five t VNIMfi
M-or 9 through May 11 H valid I magnoUa This supplement
from Muy II and 1 valid May 23 .TherkUdsin't at.temetlthat In
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"Is it true, what they say about;

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l al ECJAY =: ''Hey.;'B.U.J I heard that l. order THEY' SAY*-_ SThf; :|..a ".west ln:ei tiit, I'fli a ,

to pay-to the Athtlng equipment earl And 1Hae. yes lead dough]t

+ lour boy sad*each of u* should be '.. Uncle .... you knee"1| slake. ]
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+ putting at lost II .-*at of *ur good .* IaIt 10 U"

I pay Into War. Bonda." 1'/
IT'S TRUE "..,1 War Bond arc bettor .BWt'

IT'S.TRUE- "Thllt mkt' MM* to ". J* ".dollar blllal Tbey-r backed ra by'
ThoM thing poet plenty *f douc the *tte.g.et Oer*... h) the) .

After '!1- OM din out of'every war d.-*.4 they asks wee.l
buck I* ears cheap price to pay .-*.. scanty far your
for frt doi r* .

THEY SAY.- Pwegot!: ,Ferny prM* that THEY SAY. ": *** iIe'f bt 5f'pee;.e.aamoney '

to the Government eitkcr. War Bond. ky *ow, trail **r* .
It'* just i loaa to Uncl .... a* I '. Bijir ,
"Will have long to wait Steward? .
we see It." ., ._ '

0 .Yo, litUf./tW",iTfIIltI.lrlPi loluxt.lffl"Y LC '' .. 'tin. TRUE. '-"Ak> orpoiUiUrt4M Isterest. !_. .i
4 load tAil trip, including a lot of role iers axe tailort. .',.', Every 1 "lICk Ir!u ,..tk! w , \,, and rf'em,!'.fcave. OIl bought*f-aaw.Wer$|Boe taaiiia-I .;.

+t t And tt you probably I HOW,,large part ofStfaerft ... : bring yea dining tar tq*ipmint is If ing wed on troop trains. '

( ill jwi1 vtp..1'"lA gar/til any It(} alowt Aaf, i'II .f'' i '

I f l .,pteall SEABOARD. tf ta',pad the l'VORKS gra.i tJ.rt RAILWAY 6 ist.r ." ,, : si"YiOOYEYERY''V. WAR =y..! At:,LEAST 10% :. : : 1

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Friday, May 7, 19t'1 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Pare Five .

.. ". .. '* Pfc. Wm. K. Walton, so* .fMTs listen, Ruth and Ediths: et Model- ;. t
I W. K. Walton of Redland 1Ilt1111111111111111111111IJlllllllllmmllllJ to leave next week for their home ;
OUR MEN IN SERVICE and PIe. Howard West son of I In Foxvllle Pa, for the summer." ;,;
Mr. and Mrs S. L. West of Homestead 20 Years af''
Ago "Mr. and loIn lamer Dickinson
"' are now stationed with thee di
their home 1
1 8. Army Air Corps at Mitchell I left Thursday for
I II '
Field. Long bland. This Is I in Hurtsboro Ala ) >
, Byrum Brothers Serving LT. nrZFATUCK PROMOTED well field and I think I era going Uttni Th r-JWwn tnm filed* turn*, 'Ik an* MM Namaland Mr. : David L. Barnes left for Pal a

In Marines, Army, NavyThree I I Frances Harvey FlUpalrlck bat to like it a lot," pull .1 II eo kmttrtrk 1M soma OMtklUaW Fleet"..aenm.sr. .. II. "lIW WI, metto' to be gone all summer.* i ,
since Am. T been wearing the e a eCharles = 6N1. ells /1e __ 'F. B. Rue was appointed scoutmaster ,
sons In three different silver bars of a first lieutenant, O. Fay, seaman third . .

branches of service In the record according to word received by clu who la serving with the Sea- U1RRhI:11111, Muff lmIRIDHilltllII1 Mia* Ila Nixon entertained ata .:
his ,
parents;; Mr. and Mrs R. H.
of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Byrum of bees, has been transferred from, card party and dance . knhonor a"
Homestead Whose third son Albert Fltepattkk of see Radiant Camp Perry Va, to Port Hueineme. 'Max' Leaner and wife of Tampa of Miss Catherine Atwell '.}. .
'e Junior at Miami 'Technical Cat Mrs. fay and their arrived Monday afternoon wad who left for Louisville that eve
xKigh School, has enlisted In the JBgl Roy Smith was slated for l daughter Eileen continue to spent the night at the Homestead alai. . e ,
U. a Navy and will report for transfer Wednesday to Fort MeClellan make their home here Hotel Mr. Loaner has rented ono "Mrs. C. It Cast anUrfataied "
Ala. from Camp Bland- a e a of the Caves and Walker
duty Saturday U Jacksonville atones folks ta boost
a group ef rating
log where he has been stationed q
; .Their eldest son Banks, recently with the retention center Earl: Craver will retort May .f which be will"like poaiastuNi i of her daughter, Catherine's "
ever 14 to Camp Standing for possible about Sept. I. . I . Ii',
promoted to sergeant lathe since his induction. He |eft Home birthday
Induction Into the army. Mr and Mrs. P. B. Bird raved '
Marine Corps Is stationed stead Tuesday night after a fur. Commencement exercises (for
t i .' in Sn Juan. Puerto Rico tough spent with his parents, Mr. te Tu their .new" home la Florida City Homestead High School) will be 1 '

1" Their second son, Paw Joe By. and Mrs.'Dexter Smith of Horn. Redland Second-Gnders held May IS. The members of f .
rum. is serving with the army at stead- i Give Patriotic "Daniel Williams and'his: two the class are: Edna Smith, Luis tl.
Scott Field. Ill He Is now confined i Program Smoak, Loretta Home, Mary
l U the field hospital with Put Orin Smith |s confined for aouncer, Judy Liketkls gave the Tower, Henry Brooker, Robert. i'1
pneumonia- the second time to the camp hospital A colorful patriotic programwas Bible reading! and prayer, and Carter, Stewart Lowland Julia
\' A farewell surprise party was In Atlantic City. He was released presented in Redland School Betty Joy Sage and Dorothy MiMselwhita, Vernon Pike. Luther .tStrlcklanct.
given by the Baptist Training Union after treatment for a Apr. 29 by the second grade pupils Strickland served as oolor bear. Allen Tibblts, Harris
Wednesday night for Albert throat Infection and than con of Mrs Ruth Russell's room.. ..... Brown."

at. the home of Wilbur Caves. tracted Influenza Mrs. Walter Eason, pianist\ \ her ..'
Camel were directed by Miss e e eSgt young son Wendell Eason, violinist I. :\ .

Fern Robertson assisted by Lynn / James Wollam has beenin I and the rhythmic band so- .ujq.aUYING TIMJ:
Irwin, and the honor .guest was the hospital at Camp Living cojnpanied the singing of the Rational It scam ta buy that
presented with a Bible by the ston La., nonce Ms return from 1 anthem, after which twelve a you
group. a furlough In Homestead four boys representing the different ill Home of your Own don't de-

The others 0' present were: Mr weeks ago. branches ef the armed service r lay. Residential realty 1s moving .
and 0 Mrs. C. J. Caves, Mrs. A. J:. e e e I gave a military march. advancing. Bargains still

Paul\, Misses Betty and Ruth By- John Kuhn, seaman second Warrens Braxton majorette 42 on our list aeon will be off
rum, Misses Myra lid Marie Bell class at the Jacksonville naval conducted |the soloists forward ?
ef reach Lain
mullet out ,
: Misses Frances and returned for the week the r
Peggy Byrd, air station : under an arch of crossed flags. .
Mist AAma Pierce, Misses Anne end te spend his ) th birthday: Henry Wtber sang "The Marine 1,001, probability. Thrift and wisdom
and Catherine Shackleford, Miss: et his home here. He had just Hymn"; Bobby Sorrvers, "Anchors t both say; "Phgne SUUag.
Louise Pierce, .)fin Msble Ruth recovered from an attack of pneumonia Awelgh": Gene Mulllns "The JTOWl"!
,Pope, Misses Dorothy and Nellie which kept him In the hospital Caisson Song"; and Tommy Royal\
Moon. Miss Frances Rutland. MIlt three weeks John Is a son "The Army Air Corps Song. 'hE S r i'
Between Bullard of Mrs. Lamar Kendrlck. The concluding number was a. s EDWARD STILINGItALTOt
and Jessie Mae Shuler.MissBarbara e * bond skit with "the freedom ,A4T..t he A.AOI.. *
Jean Smith, Billy Dickinson. The Clayton (Red) Camber, who U case represented by Bobby IMfan. C*..
,.'odore Orfanedes, Homer Byrum training to be a naval aviation Mitchell Crowe ai twelve of the Fboae MM neiWa City, Fla.
John McLean, Wilson Austin, Da. mechanic has been transferred clan sang "Any Bonds Today?" I II
vid and Jack Barnes, Arnold MeIlwain from Jacksonville to Lake City. Mary Nesfiey was the an- '
second of Mrs. I .
Harry Bishop Raymond Clayton Is the aon n
Caves, Hubert Smith. Robert Flay Camber of Homestead. I
Kuhn, Sgt. Douglas Debose Pvt. !
r Clifton Mayfield and Pvt, "Red" ; TAX DElI -II
Brown. Oil-tor IT4HT-ArM .1 un. W. A-ITIS I .
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:' NOTICE IS HFBtliT GIVEN that Mar.n
$ e e e'
I. ......m., I.. Miter. of state and -r-
Aviation jCadetJ C. Mullin hast County T.. O-rtlflrate tan has ..led.. U*
of Jyl A. 0. f tux I
Ilk* .
completed pre-fllght school at the I l. mr office. and ka* _.. application for
San Antonio, Texas, Aviation Cadet Ul 4-Ml to k* issued tknwM. SaidCortlfkat.brae.e
+ Center and has been trensrferred the 'ullo..I."T .. d..rrib..d .I
I (. the County of pad. ut*Ij
to the Pine Bluff Schoolof of FlorhIo. 1..tI' j II llJ
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Lot 4, Block 4. Citrus ft
Aviation In Arkansas for his I '"
j ...... Plot Hook .. rut U6. In the I
: primary training. Coin* of Did. Mat of Florid. An Inside Job?
e i The ._mi-lit at old' vrofrmr rnter1h I
I MM omlflnit. wmi la the .area sit
Staff Sgt. Howard Lamb, Jr, IIh.U..... I
Of the army, air forces, is stationed V.1oM .Id certificate hall k* ............I
.' at Lake Charles La., where according will to...la*iolil, lIMo to rraorrty tile hi...-.domrlbro'thrln bidder *
he b power turret man. Sgt. at the Court HOUH door on the tint Mondar .I errs::ssJ_ _
In the Month of Juno. 1141 nhbk to .
e Lamb, the cf Mr. and Mrs.
son Ida TUi our of Jun*. lull I i= 'fJrss
Howard Lamb of Homestead rscelyed Pad this lotll day of April, 1141.
his training and E. U tEATHEHMAN. I
In penver Clark of Circuit Court.
was stationed for a while at Mac- Dad CountFlorida.. I .
Dill Field befog Deln transferred (Clmilt Court B,N 10.'s4ERRrrr. D. QApr. 1 I ,

I, to Lake Charlei. I ( ._II. .0 May ""4. 19151t I

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You're robbing no one when you paint. You may,rob your own homeof

err/ vital protection if you don't. Keeping your home in repair it part

of your contribution to the Year program.: Priority-free, paint I* ",,,..

of the most important ways to protect ubti"l lomet"'f' preserve values and

material irreplaceable until war'i end. How about an inside, job

this Spring How about an outside job, too? Don't. '
it off it Cal I with V
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LIt 7eS Field entertained L .
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Saturday night at her home on
Wm. J. Ceronlmo was The annual contribution of five Newton rd. with a shower for In observance of Mother's Day, Budach In directing the bingo,
elected president of the Americas dollars was voted for the state Tethers of the district are invited Mrs. Fred Sober and Mrs, L L. ,,
I Mrs Myron E Potter, ,Jr, the
fund which enables a Field
I i Legion Auxiliary at the covered scholarship to be present at the USO clubhouse
'dish luncheon held Tuesday in student to attend Florida State former Miss Louie Long Fltzp t. from 4 till I Members tf the Homestead ;
T o'clock Sun.
t' .Legion Holl. The others elected College for Women. rick. Presbyterian Church entertainedon 'I
J. W. English vice. Plans were made fcr the USO Miss Lenora Williams and Miss day afternoon to erect service Thursday evening, Apr. 29,
president; Mrs Edward J.. Norman party at which the Auxiliary will Miriam Holmes presented piano men. Refreshments will be served when, assorted pies and fruit
Jr. secretary; Mrs. Frank be the hostess group on May 13, elections{ and victory Jig-saw and e special program li planned punch were served. Dancing con
B Rue treasurer; Mrs. H. H. Ew. and for the annual Poppy Day puzzles were enjcyed. Each guest which includes selections by the tinued until 10:30 p. mv In chargewer
Ing chaplain; Mrs H. O. Hall, on May 29 Thg next meeting will embroidered one stitch on a junior chclr of St. Paul'a (color- : the Rev. and Mn. MarvinT.
historian; and Mrs Ceo. .W, Tur- be a luncheon on sacque which was then given to ed) Baptist Church of Homestead. Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
ner sergeant-at-arms. J June 1 In Leon Hall Mrs. Potter Robin Field presented The rand prize of the bingo Owens, Mrs. Joel J. Robinson
IIIh --- -- the gifts to the honoree in a game Saturday night, a free tel- Mrs. Carl F. Robinson Mrs. Ceo,
doll carriage ephone call to the' folks back M.
Frick, Mrs. Ceo. D. Ruehle
I: PR. ADELE HAMPTON INSTALLS B. P. W. C. Other guests were. Mrs. Robert home, was won by John J. WoJ. M/s, Garland Bennett, Mrs. Lawrence

: OFFICERS IN CANDLELIGHT CEREMONYOfficers McLeroy, Mrs. E. til Andersen ctck of Syracuse, N. Y. Small Pope, Mrs. R. J. Hester; Jr. ,
Mrs. Jason Avery Mrs. Robert prizes were awarded also to win. Mrs. Tern Torbert. Mrs. R. R.
-- Crow Mrs. Robert Centner Mrs ners of each game. Approximately Kinard, Mrs J. R. Brooks and "
of the Homestead Bus- Business and Professional Wom- Virgil Grennell, Mrs Allan Kis- I fifty were present at the party Mrs. Paul Haley.

liners and Professional Wcsnen's en's Club. She also spoke of B. P. sam, Mrs Alton Home, Miss Antoinette where dancing and ping-pong also St John's Episcopal Church
Club were Installed by Dr Adele W. C. work In England. Moye Miss Helen Mo,.. were enjoyed. Hostesses were sponsored- the dance yesterday
Miss Mary McNeil, !Miss Anna Mrs. J. Wolfe and Mrs. Fannie
Hampton of Miami In an Impressive Others
present were MrsGreen evening, and tomorrow night be.
Moon. Miss ,iMyrtle Moon and Wolfe at the snack bar, MH, Goo
Monday Rives
candlelight Mrs.
ceremony Roy Chandler and a tween dances the Redland Neighborhood
s evening at the Seminole visitor, ...... Hill. Miss Cecilia Harper. Those who W. Turner In the check room, Club will present the .
sent gifts were MrsMason Roberts Mrs. Vincent De Mario and Miss .
Trading Poet.. Cake and punch were served jecoBdgrade...ot>Bedland?school' 4.
Mrs. J. F, Hammett was installed by the,hostess, Mrs. Stewart. :. and Mrs. Bob Holland.A Anne Wilson who assisted Wally In ajwtriotig sketch.

president for a second Auxiliary 1
The,American Legion
term. Mrsf Herbert Xatx. was Installed FIRST MIUTARt WEDDING TWO: PARTIES ARE GIVEN FOR BRIDE will entertain on- May 13, and the !

first vice-president; Mrs. TAKE PLACE AT AIR BASE ; OF FLORIDA CITY-REDLAND PASTOR Redland First Aid,", Post, on May ,r
T. E. Stadlg, second vice-presi In, the first military wedding
dent: Mrs- Cna Stewart corresponding IS.Entries
to be
1 performed at Homestead Air are being .acceptednow
secretary; Mrs. W. K. I Field,' Master Sgt. Leonard I miscellaneous shower was Mrs. R. N. Herman, Mrs. Rudolph at the USO *fflc*for a ping- .,
Walton, recording secretary; and Olsen of the 427th Air Base liven Friday evening for Mrs. i Mattson. Mrs. L. R. Becker Mrs pong tournament for mixed couples .
Mrs. Mae Morris, treasurer. Squadron led. his bride, Miss"Mar. Louis Minter, bride of the pastor I iL. O. Clonlnger. Mrs. C. S. Phil, which will be held Monday, .
i Dr. Hampton told of her plans I lyn Aabye of Chicago beneaththe of Florida City and Redland lips Mrs.Lloyd Deitz, 141'1I Bruce May IT. Came nights are being .,
i to ro: to Havana Sunday to In. raised rifles of.a smart 16- Community churches, by Mrs. Thompson Mrs. Albert Brown, planned when. In addition to ping- .4c(
stan officers, for the first Cuban man guard ct honor at the Base Clyde Neill, Mrs. Roy NeilL Mrs. Mrs. W. Vrana Miss AHA.Mac- pong, darts, checkers, chess and ?

Chapel Saturday afternoon at Margaret Kennedy and Mrs. John omber, Miss Catherine Rohrer, cribbage will be offered.
{ MRS. BARKER WEDS 1:30 o'clock. Becker at the home cf Mrs. Clyde and Miss Virginia Booker. Victrola records 01' musical
r IN SAM FRAMCIStO; The ceremony was performed Neill. Mrs. Minter before her Mrs. Anna C. Meaonmlth and masterpieces Including anthems,
Mrs. pcruthy Catherine Barker, by Chaplain Kavanaugh A. Loy marriage was Miss Doris Foots of Mrs C. F. Compton entertained may be heard on Sundays at the
daughter of Mr, and Mrs Harry before an altar decorated with Tampa. Friday at the home of Mj-s. Compton USO.
I Degler of Florida City and Chief lilies, gladioli and red and white Cookies and punch were served. in Homestead with a luncheon -
8 K. James Frank Williams, U. asters, in the presence of the The guests were: Mrs. 'J. W. In hens of Mr. and Mrs. MUSIC CLUB TO ELECT
S. N.. of Allendnle S. C., were bridegroom's nether, Mrs. Marie Miller Mrs. Sattfla Mattson Mrs .Minter. Covers were laid for Mr. OFFICERS ON'MONDAY
married Apr'24 In San Francisco. L. Olsen of Chicago, and a num- Gertrude Bachelor, Mt-s. J., H. lenij Mrs Minter. Mrf:H. J. Arm Election of officers wnjjMtfield
The brldegitiom's ship Is serving ber of friends and guests. Miss Dlxcn Mrs J. W. Freeman JAn.John strong Mrs. M. M. Ramsey and by the Monday Mual Jc-Club May
In Pacific waters The bride Aabye's parents, who reside In Rohrer, Mrs. R Cummings, the hostesses. |flO ot its final meeting this! season ,I
will return to Florida City in Chicago, were unable to' be After the luncheon; ihe party Jat the home of Mrs J,"L.Burton.
June ent. pr.ea'i where" awalt'ng them will be 200 attended the W. C:.'T. V Meeting Mrs. Lonitfe Hcocf, Mn A. M.

The bride attractively attiredIn I girls from Miami to be their dancing in-Oha. Homestead hunch of theNazarege. [Logan and Mrs A; W., Hutchinfson (
SIRS. MO r.. DftFL: LEADS! a beige suit with British tan : partners. '"H") will be hostesses! .:.

SriRITl'AL LIFE PROGRAM accessories and'wearing .a corsage Professional talent direct from 1

Mrs. GI' a spiritual life' program at the Maj. A. W. Gilmore, commandlng : piece orchestra wilt be on hand. I 'j'I
meeting In the church parlor officer of the 427th""I\lr'' Satt drinks and other refreshments : H J ; <. ;
Wednesday afternoon of the Red- Base Squadron M. Sgt Wlnv I will be served thoughout ,:
s find W, S C S., and reviewedthe berly first sergeant of the 427ln; the show and dance. '
second chapter of "Will aNan was best man, and Miss Frances Yes We : \
Rob God?" Lamb of Homestead, who works HavetMOTHER'S ; g

/f' A study ot missionary work.. I In.South In the Sub-deOot at tha, base, was ,,. -....I. ..', .-, .
fi America was presented bj| the. bride's attendant Moss Lamb WE HAVE THE I .
Various members, and MrsK.. were a powdbtrbfue'salt with red .i

JA. Baker reported on. the recent accessories and a corsage of white
.rummage aalllI. gardenias. J:
\. Others present were: the Rev.: At the completion the ceremony DAY. !
*nd Mrs.: L.*.to. Mintot, Mrs. H Sgt Olten and his tride .

J. Armstrong, Mrs. left for a short honeymoon In .. .... j.
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Stiilman. i home in .... ', -
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A community supper will be \ I .. .

.. held at 8:30: Wednesday In Red. I Miry 10-Election meetfnf, 'of ... .': ." ..... '
land Community Church at which Monday Music Club. 'f
a free-will offering will be takers 'May 13- Legion Auxiliary party ' '
to tend. food to.starving war-torn I at USO.May :

s, .. countries. 14-H. H. S. Junior-senior. You Read About In ._ r': g

'l.: willb. I I!play.May at USO 17 clubhouse.ftl-Plna-pcng tournament'', The April 24th I : .: Norris'g:

ot'Homestead ,
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t. The Gleaners Oats of the First I Art Club. Issue of .
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(Baptist Church of Homestead will May Z8-Poppy Day cbservsnce. q ...i .

I ,met Thursday May 10, at the June 1 Legion Auxiliary '. Gates'a . .,
,home of Mrs. A. E. Pau'i luncheon. "'. : a'.> ...
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ROLLER SKATE 43Tth Air Base Squadron ,Ptawfcw. sk Lm Palate, .a SM. I ." .:" . .1rft :,, ,
of Homestead Field will 11an- m4 to a.*MM .**.. a4 to the. ;S1-00 10. $ . ," -.'. -', !' ,\ .01'
'IN COMFORT elebora'part1'th""evenlnl.. >eve o" toM ,C Till SATUR. -
A steak lover CVB74ItntCIAL: tosr. Casa ;
dinner In the wen baa .
y tterlaa..f.se w usIS ..M.A.hra to- which colt members ot the .. ......w .......
left OnbeVeaefian ,Imam ftabodebWwokiiw ..........
42Tth are Invited, win: precede .
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dancing and a floor show which ..wer .. .leeet A-'" '

will be ateged at the USO building $- .... ...,tismw be.ps :,' ..' :: : . .If -,' .... 't'{ .;; ;;,: .
'. 1st Homestead. When the dint see ere. .t :'. t.: '( . :t.. : :
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I ','',.Friday...: lIo2..J943 HOMESTEAD:LEADER AND 'ENTERPRISE hips SemI., :

"""' M. Brunwn-won'flits tor miscellaneous "
a : "II"'AJjDrt NAL sac L"IEVENTS" vegetables, berries and,

., .?? ,. ,, ?tarsi.uunnuunnnmuuuuuuun.uiuunuuu.auuuuuuui nu, flower; Mr*. J. A. Rotherham for CLASSIFIED ADS :
'If. ,brad. plain and fancy roll, cake' i :1
DISTRICTS DEMONSTRATION CLUBS WIN with sugar substitute and other,
i : baked. product-*. W. D. Mi- *ATtt Flas1 Ities"loa 1W ago .tin> ;, tubewpieotMa ba.eetlo:. .
AWARDS AT COUNTY ACHIEVEMENT DAY han tor citrus Mr*. E. P. later too

for brown egga, and Mr*, t. D.i

Second and third prizes Mr Boy Wlttenwyler Wysong Other for attendlnlbe canned food district FOR RENT Bleating NaucM Gas Kaina ''t:

club identification tap were place for canned Included Mrs EF.. Ray Ma.C let tree sample, Udca. at

by Princeton and Mrs. Walter Peterson J:. Ucheoberger, Mr*. R. E. Edwards J-ROOU, APT. and bath. Apply Browo'a Pharmacy. (pJrt: ) .
Home Demonstration Clubs, prize for silk and Mr*. Ceo. If. Wakefleld, LMderEnlerprt(1IIJ7.tf)
spectively, on Apr. n at and young John K; .. Harry Walters. Mr O J. WANTED
Achievement Day In Miami eon of Mr and Mrs. Roman, Mrs. O. C. Radioed, Mr*..GARAGE APT-furnished. E1ectric -
Prlncetcn tags were took third R. L. Scott. Mr R Roberta lights, water, carafe In- EXPERIENCED waitress to serve
plaques of brightlytcolored modeling a suit. C- O. Calderwood. Mrs. W.M'ra.1 eluded. $30 mas Phone S7S-J.11. dinner hour Good pay Bank
t clay, and the Homestead group, Mrs. D Bethea and Mrs. R. 1. Jot U Hickson, Naranja (*JO- boo Tavern. (mr'l.tl: ) '

coconut were defense fiber basket stamp*. The n7). WANTED-One good secondhand :!

represented the money ..\ S. HEARS DISTRICT SECRETARY ? ,ROOMS and apartments. Reason tractor, Iron wheel, farm pur ,

the club through home TUESDAY ON "CHRISTIAN HOME" I able rates. hot water and mow poaea. Write ROM C. Sawyer
r. Mrt. Carl Anderson, en. Palm Hotel. Florida City. Jr. 1501 Seminary St., Key
.\ cf the Homestead group, n'I "ntatlv.--:: West. Fla 1 (pm28)
awarded first prize for S. p served in the church school building I LOST"
" ies second for handcraft, churches In the to guest and delegate from WILL PAY $S to $25 for Junk (4:
for mixed cut flowers and Homestead Princeton, Perrine cart also farm machinery1. :
in an all* '' ,
for 8 child's dress. Mr*. Silver Palm, Florida City and LOST""' Gas ration book No Wolfe Auto Wrecking, P. O. Box: I
f Williams won second place Tuesday at the First Redland churches F.H0014. Phone 78-J. Heme. 788, Homestead, fin. (a30-U)
y +. glass etching; Mrs C. J. I Church of Homestead After the group meeting, the j stead. (myT)
! second place ftr ( W E. Wood of West three circle of the Homestead I WANTED TO BUY-Green pigeon
,1' ,> man'* suit Into a child ; ', W. S. C. S district W. S. C. S. held their monthly LOST: Brown mule, and white ,1 eal In the pod, mangm and all l-
) Mrs A. D. Smith, third talk on "The Christiaii program and business kneeling i, setter' with brown marking' other kinds of tropical produce,
, a thrift dress, and Mrs A. | Mr*. O. Sew ell Palmer Who dl- I I who responds to name of Mjke S. Retro T E. 135th St. New
Hutchinson, third place for 'I also. conducted an reeled I program on '"Child< La Reward. Phone 579-J-2. (mj7) York City. (pJeUl
Mrs. L, C. Smith of the on the work of the bor", was assisted by Mrs Dan I
"I ton club won first prize for ., and Mrs Wm. Mus- Williams, Mr*. J. A. McNeill. Mrs. |LOST POCKETBOOK Contain- WANTED: Negro girt for general
serves, second for a cotton gave a vocal solo, H. L. Brown and.Mrs Lloyd Field .n( $25 ,war bond, currency home work. AUo yard mamMrt.
and for .home-made soap, ::e ". Mrs. Brown had. charge of the I tfrrVer1* 1ieen1\ other WentUlcatfon . M. A. Berger, M4 IC
Krome Ave. (a23U)
dor miscellaneous dish luncheon was business meeting j I carda., Reward,for return r

. --- .j to PJlftS Jills Sid L. FAT hens J. R:Bcvla, near lAth "i

f' STAMPS I Kendrick, .txftr** Fellows} ; Bids.Homwtead. '' tore. (dUtf)

. HANDY POINT CHART FOR PROCESSED FOODS ItilVS TO i trade '37 M.ton delivery .

f : G tiof PERSONAL. .din',>or 1-ton stake body trucfc:
Point Values of Popular Sizes, Effective May 2, 1943I I 1 0 J. B BcvU, near Lefts (tor*. I,

;,; WEIGHT ev155. : stir: I'. :5eltlw"lsliia: : eaiuaa +if YOU WISH I'cpl'e.enlltlva IIn1
'I call. send card to Mia: Anna C. WAlIo'TED-U3tcl. treadle sewing
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: fRUITS (1lIdvdll'1tkllllllltl Spkad): I It excess acid cause you

:- Apples f I 5 11Applown pain of Stomach Ulcer, Indigestion '' :.
erg Bed Soot denIes 12 --14- 2121 j Heartburn. Eelcblnfc S. Kendrick

Apdah,f esl Cocktail,NaRS for vial.or Mind FruM U is 19 25 34 1--(1; APPLICATION FOR JUSTICE OF THE

Berries(K UMs)sod enptfrultHMi J' II 11 21 NoTicvv& DEED., A-I'" PEACE

i F In. Pas 1M CIIIIIIInIIIII s-,slats. strIIIM,II JeWalltJ 17 le.-kris: HEREBY.. GIVENfile a.d eouoq. Ta.I Q". Birth Certificate and other *.*
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........Min -r It 12 17 X32rfsnAaMit 'gold arm to ad.r the red GaWim" Rowell' &; Son

.' land etas t. ebrk I. tile I.M.e hw.ll 01 Uwb.ows.iwa .......-.'. A FOR SCRAP Iron. Highest

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"r&. ((iiiBH aiiii |iml),ss. tTieati .... s D. .r14 a ',.3sc Otnutato Km. 11Oot. Tile .!. --... '"lMM itm. Phone a-315 or bring t*
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