Title: The leader-enterprise
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 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: March 10, 1944
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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: VID00637
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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le,. All draft claIAcatioM>epply"teg '

?' : 'to agricultural labor have been I Growers\ Wk Tenth,;IClt ple'nsli; SSIENTOBATftEZONES'JIM ( j,

".: ja-c lcked and ,reclaaaUied, ,aDd Lott,5 Sullivan Mcllwain All-Stars
" , the new Form 42A must be filed AWAC
An Intensive drive to ,recruit .
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. ., Immediately by the employer L.eadK CKed for Aid
J fray tawreM, Reporters | win be launched next week
. of lit' ,employees, warningWJM For'the" cents time:,:the: Homestead M'fcr '43 War Fund Drive by the Air Transport Command ,{
{ 'lJ..,, given yesterday by Luther L'i *
,ei Growen won the championship at Homestead Army Air Field to
::: ...'(Dandier. chairman,of the county of.the Eighth District'Hisit Ablation} tot inerttorlou* serv* Said
la fill existent vacancies at the
been LeaderEotegprise
aim awarded the
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School! Basketball Tournament
beard'andler ., rapid transfer ot,
caused by the
for tvlatandlng as.
:' Saturday night when they defeated -j
ly with Li ,Cot. H. E.: Coachman, contested fame. Fund Camp.lg aI" 4 learned yesterday by a Leader .

. I .J"ef st. Augustine, state occupational The quintet Is out to win Its) .AooompanyhsR;tj ',citation was Enterprise representative, : \
director of selective strvlce. third consecutive state B championship a letter tram Ceo*A* Jhi bum only of theservice
who advised him of the tightened In the competitions at executive director of the FloridaWar offering bunch "their ,
draft, regulations.First Daytona Beach where yesterday, 1'uM.whlcb' Mid In part: tt
?,.*, It U our confident billet that choice of stations. It was pointed
the new 4-A must be filed at I p. m. they took on Mulberry
and to thl'Olllb'IctorloUl your help In disseminating Information out k
on each employe showing where hope go 39'syja .
the employee worked and tile type ly to the Anal Saturday nlghti of this campaign played an Qualified enlistees "'a, Join "
1 IVJaf-worls..be hts.len doing and la Tk eager* left foe Dayton Wed4 Important pert Jn JM. UCce" *'wt l hats and serve her1 said an army <
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the Florid WarFund .
doing at present; and what he expects nesday morning; automobile i spokesman, who explained that i
to do. If the employee is 'I4 the district competition
the local Held will furnish aspiring 1
not remaining the service of his' three of the Homestead boy were .Ilk WAC transportation to the Miami !i
present employer, the form must, selected for the all-star team of BASEGIVEN CHIEF recruiting office, and that en '!
show by whom and where he expect -. Class B schools. They are Capt. I her will
list who desire duty
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to be employed and the type Flernoy Lott. Robert Sullivan and
the
., RM OF be assigned to this base until
of work be will do. Failure to > r4
flit
Arnold Mcllwaln, who was high U reached, J'
full quota
this form will result in Immedl- scorer In Saturdays game with! I
(Continued on Page hive) four field goal and three from the I FULL COLONELLt Women wishing to enlist for
fout'lln.. placement at the local field are
asked to telephone Cap. Byron
'JAMAICANS Homestead defeated St Mary'\ ----- Col B. H. Merchant\ commanding Gordon, recruiting team captainat 'I
SEEN 73 to 19 on Thursday of last week To
COACH Extension Uf.
PAUL L. WORLEY officer of Homestead Number 350,
and in the semi-final Friday took
for enlistment, one
Delray, Beach to'the tune of 47 who piloted H. Ii. S, basketball Army Air Field. w.t pro- be qualified between the*** f.,,
FOR NEXT YEARS must be a woman \
: to 30. The Redland Rattler to motid full .
were squad championship-- to the rank of colonel age of 20 and SO. In good physical 1i
eliminated by Pompano 81 to 26 spite handicaps and distractions on Mar. 3. Col Merchant wit advanced (Continued on Page Five) ]
CROPLABQRPOOL I In, the semi-finals. j (and subtractions) of war time from deputy commander

to commanding officer of the baseon

fregotlon are virtually com Capt. Russell Tells Lions of Part Oct. 24, 1W3, when Col.! Wm CITY HALL BEGINS ,
pleted for the Importation this I I
,/ L Plummer w. transferred
j summer of from 12,000. to.IS,000 Played by Air'Forces in Invasions overseas: 4 HALF-HOLIDAYS
Jamaican farm laborers. It wa rr ,
learned yesterday from Luther L.J Capt Clement Russell veteran helped cripple the enemy by putting Col.Before: tomlng to Homestead
atatloned
Merchant we at
.Chandler,;chairman of the DadeCounty out of operation than At the meeting of the Homestead S
: pilot of the more Mather Field CaL an ..dvancedinltructorl'
: USDA War Board. MedlterTlnean-cam-1 two thousand hostile trucks, he school He hat city council Monday It wa ,
talked served
paigns ;
Trouble-maker ..mllot be per* said. voted to, begin closing the city i
I milled to come In with the labor trict Lions Dub, Tuesday nighton also aa assistant executive In the offices for a half-holiday at noon ;
: In
I the struggles
for Salerno and office of the chief of air InWa.ldnaton
'$ contingent, Mr. Chandler has the ,part played there by the Naples, Capt Russell'a corps Itch Wednesday, effective: Mar, 8, '1 4
group was aa executive to the
\; been sssured. Last year some,of army air forces Capt. Russell Upon the recommendation of J:
the Jamaican refused to' work wears the Air Medal ,with seven .(Continued oA Pa.e Two) (Continued on Page Five) Mayor T. 3. Harris' the council
I a anel'otherwise caused trouble oak teat clusters\, and was cited decided to build a. public restroom 1 i

.,, I'i,, tion.which resulted In" their. deporta achievement by the'President ,for meritorious 1 S..'Sgt Earl Swilley Reported Missing the city for hall.negro**. it the rear of ;

\, : : The Importation of.the Jamal- Capt. Russell told of landing In I In Air Combat Mission\ Over Belgium Police Chief O H. Sullivan reported .
cans will not ease the labor situa- Africa and of his Anal combat M arrest in February, and :1
1"1. tton,:this:sawn but should ,go training at ,Oran_ ,'Casablanca,and I SO found guilty Fine totaled
season In Bon going : Word wa received yesterday by which were 'paid.
Jar next preventing aNis Cape before Into action !ROTARY TO HELP .
f .shortage, Mr. Chandler'said..' I as pilot of an A-M fighter-bomb Mr and Mrs. B. R Swilley, 'that r:855SOol suspended and WO ,x
,Approximately two thousand ers He explained that the air BUlW'TH& PEACE ,' their son, S-Sgt Earl.Swilley, I* served In jaiL Cost of feeding \

.T., additional Nassaus are being crew,worked In close cooperationwith SAYS DIRECTORBart missing In air combat over Bel prisoner was IIS.70. 1
.f" .wuatit in also to add to the pool and,.support of the,ground : Sgt stationedwith ail minor grass fires, and on. *
glum Swilley
f of tvOOO already employed. In force In covering: the various In- we autorrfcbil are which caused'no ,
.agricultural work. I\"IlIon&.l..t Naples J Jail group N. Peak of Lexington. Xy, the Eighth Air Force In England damage, were; reported by Fir ,' f
a number.of the board of dine Chief X. E. Shcrard. w
ton of Rotary International, told ,
1\ USO Grant of $5$) Monthly Announced i the Homestead Rotary Club Wed-
: .......; that the'world hat to learnto I Rummage Sale May 18 Being Planned jl
, EJ Operation ef Recreation, Unit Here build something that will prevent -
: .a recurrence every M yean I To Raise Funds for, Local Red Cress JM

A,grant ot $SM a month kas be satiated by Mr*. Ralph Mooney of a war such as we are In today '
Mot. for operation of the Mr. and Mar Werd win leave and such a*'we fought and believed Everyone In the community 'is longer will be gladly for 7i
USO alter the transfer of Mar M to report to Atlanta for eve had wed M yean ago. Invited to help the South Dade the sale, announce Mr*. B. A. .
W. E. D, .Ward, and .aj aaelgoment to .... unit. Rotary. which li 'not for the unit of the Red Croa by contributing Tlbblta. head of the unit :r
of fee exemsiive comastt- 'At tin mutJng Friday ttlgM.represeatotfve .......' of .fttttiic business for articles far a rummage sal I The article may be left at the : !
is tales, BM tipsaitaw msrn- of 14 district ergMtaanons It* member,.bet to get the business which will be heW for its benefit Red Cross sewing room on Flag "
W'ta ,perfect workiajg yaajv It who were tetd by Mr. of the _ld' done In the In the Walker building at Krome let av between and < p. m. ,
A- a non nod yesterday by C Parman of toe need of ware volunteer rlftrt ",way. Mr ,Peak said, .can and Flasks venue* Saturday of 'any day except = .
J. Perman,'enrirmea of the comj workers' pledged. their and. will contribute largely to the next week. The sale I* being planned'andmanaged "
eo-oprrattcav. Mr* Paul gave a biiUdtef of argil*a-nething to "Wearing ,apoirel, shoes, 'odd by the Homestead BuaInes -
tV A. X. Paul, wbo'bas been brief outline .| her,plan*.for,entertaining aefeghserd ebs.pesee. dishes. kitchen utensils. 'furniture and Professional Women'
'' gHi to Mr. ward win be director enlisted men and women .'.Rotary tectvof promoting -white, elephant. '! or any dub; sponsor of the South Dade-.
W the recreational unit and will at the Homestead.unit. .(Continued en Pace,Two) other article not needed any 'Red Croat uiutil

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Of the group which went to SEEK VARIOUS CAPT.RUSSEIContinii'd'jrrom
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Camp Blandlng for examination ( % Pag*:!
Saturday, Ormond (Shorty) Cash In constant action for t
P OUR MEN IN SERVICEK2HOIOHQHC9HE3 axe
Jr, KINDS OF PAPER
and W. B. (Billy Caves, with two or three mls lon daisy
have been assigned to service he said. At the Salerno.
... with the navy, and are home on IN AREA DRIVEIn head, American air Aipergrit/<
21 day leave before reporting for was such that we were stMrtol,,
After 121 Air Missions Over China training Robert Marsh will serve shelter our troops with three My-;.fare
with the army engineers, and addition to newspaper, all of air protection with'PIma
s Capt. Ferrell Home on FurloughCapt Cordon Bryant and Willie Lee, aorta of scrap paper art solicitedIn at 6,000 and 10,000 and 20,000,fret,';
both of Prince'on. wIre acceptedfor the current salvage drive It was he Aid &jlES8l ;fir
t the Marines Angelo Mir emphasized yesterday by Ceo NWnkefield The resort hotels at CUprtjSreJi:
Frank E. Ferrell USAAF, re-assignment he will bring his tre ta chose the army Herman chairman of the South been converted Into rest,/ffcampeJ'
bat returned to. 1h: States after family south to visit relatives. Thomas and Robert Glenn Jr.. Dade Salvage Committee. for allied rvlce meet wtaTn.jjcuperato +
a little more than a year la air ,The youngest son of the late Police wer> accepted for limited serv'ce Wast paper,' pasteboard car- there from the strearknd'strain \ '
t combat la China. First. pilot on Chief and Mrs. T C. FtrreU and tons, comiga'ed boxes, wrapping of .war, Capt Russell se-(
a Liberator and flight leader of brother of Mrs. S. 1. Dickinsonof Wallace Hunted, USX CM ?-C.s paper, etc,all are desired bed\ Jock Earl, (%-loot former *unman" -
I hU heavy bomber croup Capt. Homestead, Capt. Ferrell at- on leave from his sta'km at and may be pitted loose In a box -of the Barnum and Ballfj i,
Farrell participated In IZl tnls-'tended elementary school here. Corpus Chris, Tex, and Is visitIng for collection by L. A Leper Circus, who .Is now reprewrat.[",
alone and wean the DistinguishFlying :d ---- in Miami with his, mother. Neatly bandied wait) paper maybe Ing She Wln. Association of AmuC"*

t, Croat the Air Medal, the OIL Turner, Jr. USN who Mrs. R. E. Ponder and his grandmother placed along the federal highway lea, talked on the h's'ory of wto+.S'-;,
Purple Heart and gold wings for has been on active duty the past Mrs. Bessie Graham. He Sunday for collection by the Guests were 'L, 'R: UseanfatwKwt
. services to the government of.'13 months, JJ ,of which were lathe is accompanied' by his wife and fleet,ot W trucks ta Long Meadow, ,Matsi Hv'r. :-
China.. Pacific la On leave at the horns habv Mr. Husted,, formerly mad the county-wide week-end paper' Longdahl of Redland and; {Mate
',. : At present Capt. Femll la la of his parents Mr and M,.. Cbas.Q. his home with his grandmother In salvage drive,,Mr, Wakeneld Smith 'of Homestead f f'tfgaTh m''
Princeton and .attended Redland
Pittsburgh where he has Joined '
I Turner, Charles wears start -
bU wife and his ten-month-old noting: service In four major High School.e .. ... "
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daughter .Sharon, whom he had ba:tie areas. 1" "I1""
: I never _11. B.fore reporting for e a e Wilbur Caves, apprentice aea. '

I I Pfc Chas ',Conner, .Jr.. younger man the Jacksonville USN-.returne4 NI.VI yesterday Air Station to \ , .. at.
Lt. Hickson Brings Bride son of Mr.and. Mrs. Chas Con- after spending -bne-wek leave ". : ---i"
nor, Is stationed DOW In England.A .
here wth his Mr. and ,
,On Visit to His Parent I graduate of Homestead High "parents .
Mrs. C. J. Caves A brother. Randolph "
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Charles stationedas
School, hnUa ;n
Vt 4ind'.Ilrt. Edward!: It Hick- a jadlo studetf ptxott Field, ; Is"stationed at Dothan.'Ala. : l
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ana of Pueblo Col. are guestsof with the army air forces.
traftft to forlega
Ill. prior to his r: -
.Lt HlckjonV parents Mr. and a. 4Fmrest
service.
Mrs. 'J, R. Hickson of Naranja. F Burk, Navy y-.12 student Long-
Prior to their marriage Jan. bean has beii sent from the University -
Harland C. Merrill IJ.t
T, Mrs. Hickson was Miss Jacqueline : and" of Miami to Georgia Tech
promoted to 'aft.
Slots of Fresno CaL Lt and stationed at APO: i.i1'" I. e for a t u.,.. In electrical endnrerins -
Mrs Hckson will leave Sundayfor message center cleA: fwIth the ;. He Is a son of Mrs. d"J
their station where h. Is serving airways communication system H rman HelnWn and a graduate
bombardier with th, army of Redlsnd High.School. in the
ss a Before tnterliit>;!thl:army, :
army air forces, S-Sft Merriam was t teacher In :I Class ot 1943:a, a. every z
School Pomfret '
the 1n
Rectory
SR'. Ceo. Harris, Jr, who form-
Harvey Newton. carpenter'smate Conn Mrs. Merriam,"the former
second class, who Is veteran Miss Dorothea Roblnson.M a mem- I er.t made his hr-ne here is on
of 1) month. active duty with ber of Ihf, 'Redland SalWof facultyLeonard. furkH',h from his station at King- i .., .
the Seabees la the Aleutians, willreport I r'pa,,' '4' man Field, Arr, and visiting
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W. .
< Mr. Ceo
to Camp Parks, Cal after his parent and Mrs
Cweer hat won.a corp- Harris In Miami
spending a 30-day leave In Miami oral rajmg and la stationed now .
with Mrs. Newton th. former !In Cojhflhhus. 0.. "where Mrs.
Pvt. Roger Glenn arrived vesterday -
Miss Alice Wysong, and in Florida '
Creer/tay* former Miss N lUe
:: Fleli Mac-
from Cochran
City with his parents, Mr.
CashTBff; baby Carol anOjnakinn
on. Ga. to spend an elgh'-day
and Mrs J. H. Newton A graduate -
him.
their home with C5qgGr:
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furlou with hl parents Mr. rr1i
of, Homestead High School ill.. son. of Mr and 'Wi HL HGre Robert '
li\ 1930,.'Harvey was employee r of Re41and. and Mrs.. . Clgnni,4..' ..,;" ',., adnoatrasareI.akwv t
here by-the Homestead Electrical e' l r i James N'MbltL Jut v-12 student Ohms-....... t
before : Into service on
Shop gong
Carl Tweedell (TMimoned
Cpl lit Emory University Js on leave S* seas ** seem god sk"k on
Oct. 18, im tI" ....... ... e
lit the'home of hit III"tllta't Mr. LMf w1..a.i
ter frcrflftJene.vs. and Mrs James Nwbitt ...... Was "T_'Vk=s Iwo
Lt Joe Piche army lighter .'bltran.relTld is the .
T..aa.nseaa.aa.w-
pilot and son of Mr and Mrs T. son ug1)ert) ,., .
Merrell Coves U S. N, returned -
D fiche, had been transferred to \ ft to 'he Great LoIk' nat'a to .... r9ple I" 4 4s.
foreign .servlca: from his base at Pfc/JW.) ftChsmbllss! son of station! Thursday after.e training ten-day M......a.re ss.a ......
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fort Myers. Lt. Piche was graduated Mr:, B'A4t: Ttord,.Jj-jUUoned leave spent with relatives here
July 17, 1M1 with a secondlieutenants as ratw.. :ftechanic ,. Fairfax s..th.n BeUTeleplteaoeat
commission' from the Field. A lUniis City Kg Speaking ., Letters TeI-=C.KjM'T
Army Air Forces Advance Flying : '
School at Luke Field,'Aria. Priorto Pfc l> ]ey WI'l atsm My son's letters from overseas @
entering nervier he attended has reoWr.ree\! fronl"i..D wtonta always send me to the map." ,
't. w. Homestead..High,School and was at his station at the Mmne' HeCiting "You're- fortunate My daugh I
graduated from Miami Technical depot' In ParruT Island, ter' letters from school aend me
High School. S.C. to the bank."..Ex. .
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the Merchant, Marine has beenspendinra (:
"w days here between


mother voyages-rwn., with.....,and.;his.Mrs.Cepfatber. W. R. And and. RED LAND ' ;BRAND: > :FERTILIZERS ,


Lyman Williams Is stationednow
.1'h the :Seabees In the t
Azores. His wife and two sons, "
Danny and Wayne, make their e: :
a home bon.i' .
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ganliatloa In Directing brines Funerals to bereavedftuniU'S this or- t -, 1i.. .<% }';'you will need. '

a friendly unders'anding s
and rellev.ng: service The
detail that dia'ingulth a Funeral '
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tillllilllllilillliililllilliilliuH'IUI: i' C pt Ed Albury Drowned drifting boat, the Marjorie and and Jeanette Albury.aot Jell..
18 SOLICITORS .I\ sank; immediately Th body was reds and a brother, Henry A. Al-
In Rescuing His Wife recovered Sunday. bury of Miami. Dada la attending
20 Years ; '$"KING FUNDS Besides his wife, Capt. Albury the eighth, grade at Homestead :J'I
Ago Funeral services were held learn three daughters, Mrs Alton High School. and stays et the home
Tuesday afternoon for Capt. Ed Sweeting and Misses! Made of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Connor 'r:
I FOR RED CROSS! Albury. 48 of Islamorada who -- .
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|.T.lw...tjr"r.s,....moue... .. ."d or"PA"nr ,, was drowned Saturday whn he ,.;JI
a..A.nwho.t..weh.to..1the I went to the rescue of his wife as
H..-tn the dragged overboard by
was
ebb. 1021, ..t4. mmrtti.... OH.. ..a1.. .lest..... field heavy tackle
1h. report fishing
a.t rp encouraging progress I IS YOUR JOB SECURE
...... .... 11, 1111.DllllfJllJI"1111'llilHIII". I
I in the Red Cross drive which got Funeral arrangements were und :
i : !' ; !! !! ;li'mlil! ; und:rway Mar. I. and will last a :r the direction Turner Funeral :1

fend "On. of he big real esta e desk j>chairman month Mrs.for E.the J. Dyal area, campaign south of ducted Home by, the and Rev.services Hartley were con-Keyof AFTER THIS WAR ? I
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ret4." of this week in Homestead wasthe Miami at the fraveslde. In
Princeton said
'ISRt purclfase ot 10 acres of land!ion yea'erday Woodlawn Park Cemetry :

the ,:, r'ctor: k ofHomestead i that"The Red Cross ministers to Pulled overboard when she Wt all knew state problems must be t tMlwt4.
boy that
or girl on our fat-
E.
Downer hooked a powerful, fish. Mrs. Al- But KOWf rasa R. Graham'sanswer
flung battle fronts,
of Rutherford, N. J, from F. L. and merits our
bury managed to swim to Alligator
Parlin of West Charleston; Vt .' wbola-hearteciIUPpor\ Dyal Lighthouse when freed of the to CftCATI WORK Ha did It
sf "...t>r, 'Smith's'goat started wIth' points ,out "The coming Invasion tackle by her husband who dived here after the last war and saa.ree>.
: of Europe with its Inevitable
th t of.wounded wilt. strain -
'9sla became :wear].-and decided "not to : Red Cross facilities to the utmost apt Albury was struck by his and, our returning Veterans411 areaee* r
be,tile after .
goat all; It"dropped'out
:and (t, Is up td car to help gee that
front fatlgde.When,It reached i there) ar'e'sutfictent'fundf to.meet L Of Atlanta; two sisters, Mr*. Bled
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Church at, .
Lola Stunlane and Mrs Simon
."W XX ;Bryant was appointed i thj need"Pomdter :: :. . Tulfey. both of Cleveland, and ERNEST R.. GRAHAM ,

,to'succeed himsslf as chief of two: brothers, Roy and William I PLOBI0'GO'9BRNOR .
lot polio for'Homestead1 oil Monday i :Funeral\Rites Pat*;t, who are aervinr'"th. the' the ,ALT.. .. _.
night ;--Th. hslgnatibrt' oTOoFuller I' WiTl Be Held! army in Italy;- .tea FM IHIUlMl M MBMMWMISMMai
as electric light superintendent in"Atlanta

for the! ItWI' ,acceptThS Bcra Isobel,' .
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y :td..J" . I I ... .. oC sod A W'PuCMr' rdiedl 'M, f
: ,Oijbi-- ftn\* bt *&* .44:;Iauus2Ar fher oSmlJdlJlOIPl-: '
$ rhigb arhof|,_mad* *., good.showing 11" te\\i;IjJllet >igf ijlnpss, .ne i '
i ;last Friday:'night In the gameplayed .>,<1was'" >sent xeaterday by ,the
on the Y, M. C: A. court .,. Tisrnaf Funeral:, H0m to :Atlantafor
Th*.Homestead lineup was aa follows funeral"services and burial. 1
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,: ceqter, Jason Avery: for. I Besides her ,husband'Mrs.,
'wlr t.,.Harold Roberts and Claude Poucher leaves',*'daughterrNancyEPPERSON !t, ,
Campbell; guards, Albert Bradley ti .
and Wm: Bachelor, . : f
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: "Albert Bromley and Harold I
Roberta were ,defeated, In. tennis I :
doubles .R'edneedayasferlioon by,

,:Claud*''Campbell and.Tom'loom"Th For ,I}
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"Thll'Irldi boys walloped the ICONGR.ESS I J
freshmen In a snappy game of

basketball . Freshmen: center "1
Bill Belt: forwards Earl Matthews '
Roy Smith; guards John.I I I I o y. T f rr ,t
Tower, Edwin Capllnger, Grades: ,
r center Earl, Goodrich; forwards"
Ted Howard St. Elmo Voting;
guards, Bill' Bradley, dirt'Houston"

''Her*'*:Rtovf 5iat. potatoes<< area r -'tr r

paying" crop,for glade land,"',laid ')
M. Sllverman pt Florida: City at
he displayed r box of potatoes
hose. a\f:rage(:dvamefer .was+,four 1
and a staff .inches 'I planted -10,,",
,potatoes between rows 'of tomatile' -' 1
,' fiOI\Unued'Mr SllvermanThef '
'; was;'just' ((15':Ian aj : ,yieM'Is'very.heavy;:and the sit 3, as
1 as. you .eee/is' large '. if* ,

I 'Homestead has*b lte of.the few , ,... .. '
i ":grapefruit canning. factories In the . > ,,
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world". : . .*" _. -.. \.:
"The Florida Tennis "" -"' ---- \ j
ik City Club :: ---
held n short meeting . Feb 24 CLYDE. A- EPPERSON :
: %. . :and the. following- ,officers For Congress ".-
1 were elected: president,, HaroldSheffield I' --CIlOSS: !
I secretary and. treasurer', from
fSam' Silver-man" flED
Florida District
"' Bont- ,lo ').fr. ..rid Mrs, .Jim !South I Hhn ,!
;Vann on FeK 29:at Mrs. Hunt's I eamestl'j' ngcornf

,;Hospital, a little daughter : ,''" You.' support' is ... A.!. Is'. I t 1tt.! d HoPe '
I I'W11la 'ct MacDonald, ]formerly In ted
;;employed at.the Homestead Bakery ;
,; but now with the Flamingo' Democratic'Primary. May, 2, 1844 ,
1.Bakery at Miami Beach spent Everyone must register .(
"w Saturday In Homestead with his this year te vet*. .t.t

:parent* Mr.,. and Mrs J; E. Ma : (Paid PeUUcal AdverUaesnenL .

'|Donald., "A.liV'* abounWent .II "J'"J'i'l ', l Through'th, tangled barbs of enemy Giving to Red Cross has always been

.:from the Miami ,studio at 'Hialeah '" prison Camps'- over sea and Jungle 4o a proud habit of millions of ,American
I were-guest the Florida ., : . : battlejwearylonesome men on every .families-.n4 this year you will want
:City Hotel ,for dinner.Monday"Mrs. Try'Vi Men-You Need IrontT-to unfortunates her at home to give more freely to 'your own
+ hand of that Ked Cross . and
Thomas''Brewer will as- e stretches the comforting to your own sons
1, ;."slit- Mrs. Wnu. Ndrrir Hull of ; A Haircut or Red Cross; >with hope and tan bl. daughters In,th* service. Nona wilt
;'Miami at a'meeting to'be held at rifts straight from your heart. Man be forgotten while, your Red Groan
!.ilt:, .ho."S.tur utoArganlx: : $b.Vf:. .. pas conceived of greater agency Won the job=and U ii YOU who: "
the women. of the Democratic i for tba-.relief of human ml"rJlD must. ketp it ao. 'So. die -deep'and
',par:y in Dade County" -, I .tret. '. ginahaspee suffering;' be (lad. ,For wherever E* la vt
t :.t:':*'"Mia*. Lola Mason of, Jacksoa- ..... tie
.':rills.'101ft... Cynthia,Velvlnfton 'ofIHlatka I .(.....)_... '
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and Mrs 'U. D"Benedict ..._ iar..IeaWSt. The RED CROSS at his sideI .
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of Hastings, all aw.'Of.D.1 alai. : gds .
'f M J Roberts ot "
{ <':visiting at the Roberta horn*,'- facial. ..
A Ii Ii'tf '
T Mrs. -" racial rack: ..- . .:.. 'If [ !
; tMr and W, B McVlcker,,1 &ndlh. ItfGss1rYOUl
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f .. /
: :rte
I have"moved back from ?Home,, Oss MasHMi F-W'- -- - tie

I load. They are with Mr MoVlcker's T* U.; .- : f ., --. - - lie
; parents, Mr and Mrs.I: ,. "
MMtaet*.Trim > t( ?> Me
,A"ji W, Mevici9 "st'Ruck"Havepeee.alt '(
at : !'(Pris cetoaF

{ ..::tl'l. :D..'aV\ Sparkman' of J'a1-, ,BUSH'S J. "
aver Monday and
} friend",her*. She had 1, ;
''''''tine her brother,' Jaml :
and family at Homestead.'( cJ.Id,
4 ; "*.tan:'b t u n k now a.origin at...21! AIR.CRY Ell; ,
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Wait '
burned
I l i4dbC"a Monday e'.1 mornhu J.1feI.l; : .{ "" #1"p\ : :. ,e.0 '. 4r t,
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} .lDrtfSTEAD'LEADERI I I! THE Your Data

; i AND EJTEBPRISS I 1 j
f With Uncle Sall;

i; I\ Ceeaad l. UI' I : OFROsews t.. e.N..HN., see 400" ; ;

; : t to PsMbe.d 00 Bomb'C:'..:bs assess. ONE""rte.. I /' .rv.cs N wM un aaarnet MEATS, FATS-Brown

I I I Y and Z good through Mirju
1. ,
ti f sift scar 1 local selective service boards Red It-point stiampt A8. BJ,, and J
........ ... ......1 have been directed.to review cases Ca In Book Four good Opa,4
of all registrant It through 17 May .80. Waste kitchen rate ,t" '

t : 1 lnJ XZ. IaI" I II 1 year old and deferred In classes deemed at S point plus 4 ben/a "
2B 2C, and 3C ')...rtlcul r a pound.
rinoeu. DICKINSON i iI A.
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I f JR ip'w Deed *rMr : Out-SRO'1f f attention will be given registrants PROCESSED FOQDS"-tarp
under 28 year of age In view stamps K, L and M In Book Fe

, I I ItJ1IIICafh1O!( I ....- ot the President' statement that good through Mar JO. Blue i _
I fa Dad.
04" of o.l OwaVS tn4 IIM., _, /eN. { release the younger men for military E8 In Book Four good ihrwi4
i t tuer ft, **.*.. I service. May SO.SUGAR.
I
' I I
t l'4 _1 1 ''I -Stamp No. 10 to boyr:
s.6..4 dw mean
aa..a u 1t. w dfM" : After food,hoppers have used Four good Indefinitely
r ar..s..l. r1..IM = .. :I. they pounds. ,Stamp 40 feral
good
y / ..... a. In.. ; M their brown Y, and Z stamps,
do all 'their food, ,shopping with pound ot, canning sugar' throe
I : : War ,Ration Book Four. The'r.- Feb. 28 of nexf year,

Spring in FloridaBy lion token plan now \in effect .SHOES-Stamp No. U la Be*]
I eliminates 'use of stamp of four One good through Apt 30.'Sta* t]

Annie Markew Fitzpatrick I, : : denomination (8, 8, 2, and .1 I No. 1 on "airplane" sheet In Bets)I

Even' a blind man could enjoyour Beau JLA direct hit knocked out gun= gnashed the bow.art fits point) and uses stamp of one Three good Indefinitely,
spring. J: rapu4appanetrleft: k... stop a Bat- denomination ((10 point) with GASOLINB-A-I coupon Sits]

Our oranges and peart and mango one-point ration token4 for change through May 8.
.
treeeAbloom. I FUEL OIL-Perlods 4 and 'I

The sir li heavy with I If you find that you mad a I coupons remain good thrwsjtl
their _nt. [mistake In your income tax return Sept. 10.TIRE.

They art a paradise for humming ,I I and already have filed It, INSPECTION... Doadttail
honey be... I' I what do ;you do? If your error I'for A coupon holders I* Mar. II

was limply; one of arithmetic,1 for C coupon hold..... May Jt|
And if the day dawn chilly, with I I
your mistake probably Will be for B coupon holders, June SD/'fl

The a fog.,.,arm tun will transform' 1]I corrected without your action, 1(1 j I INCOME TAX D:.dllnt ferl
you made a mistake in ;your Income -I
It soon Into 1 I filing returns Mar, IS. Deadthej' ]
|
I ..r or deduction entries, eon- for 1944 declarations ot
filing
Itut rarest of all things a day; In I i
tact the office of the collector
June. 1ft I I Umated income and victory:.
I where tiled return. You'
you your Apr 15.
With treeall drenched and] '
my; need to file an..amended re-
dripping morning dew I
turn.
I INDIGNANT '
e
The birds ereHiln/Jig
; softly everywhere -
A movie producer was giving i]
Nearly 200,000 table and their
And in dry leave he little| mother were cared for up to; beach party at his Malibu play

lizard run, Feb. I under thi emergency maternity -I I and an actress, venturing too I
A hen' ecstatic cackle tell the 4r ; and infant care program. out In the surf, got swamped. I 1
fore they brought her in she w
world Hospital and medical care are ; .
She'has' the whole day off Her provided-without costto wives ofservicf unconscious.The .
talk .la done. men in the four lowest I lifeguards were workls||

The warm cut brteu serenely I -k a s..eer.e.4raHere's par; grade, during pregnancy; over her when the host wilk|J

flow along the same destroyer, itaatalag; sot with the Fleet to take herevenge. childbirth and for six weeks after -, up."What
While Fait temporaryep.i sr-the kind of fixing Ship Repair Unite the baby .ls bom, and for the are you doing?"
we rejoice that Spring are trained te do-.etuMedtb* hip to reach a ssaAnland Navy Yard.There Infant during Its first year I "We're giving her artificial. i ipiratlon rw
I*' here today, She wa fitted with a seas fcw. rebuilt sad returned to actua. 2'a..RU's 'e .' :
y Site cannot tarry though) she 8 awed skilled soeckuks from etrUiaa we&ectrIdau., e 'Ducks..'
must be off finer'Bwchtaiata. sMtaJsnitlM. ete,'-to do Job like Us*. A sew A atrip of aerially numbered "You will like
Where It take week to chas twoMev:tf ipVeoeapleto Won **. abort the MtU'l to available art. coupons In a cardboard folder will going .to. be nothing and
the cold a..,. ; aba Nan Xetfvitiu Statloa.'FROM now be ,issued to renewal applicant -i around here. You five"her 1M]
i > J of". 8. and "C" supplemental genuine I can afford It
1 gasoline rations, and new T1:
Thank to Homestead"The OUR MAIL BOX andft.. rations for guollnapowerad .' Sailor's Widow--X want 'to Sa-]

equipment. Serial numbering -' serf an Dbltuary notice,: in your]
following editorial appeared : of-the coupon 1I'M.or paper. How much will It ba?, m
tin the Mar. 4 .lame' of the Bespeak Continued Support for USO Here : OPA'i strongest. weaponsagainst: Editor-JS cent an Inch, maws
Clipper, poet newspaper' publishedfor the gasoline Mick market. KCItorI Sailor'p'Widow-On land sakes.
the personnel of Homestead I Editor eeder-Enterprite: : neighborhood. My wife and I wish I ists.muit U1-endorse their voupons. and John was f feet tall.-USA]
a Army Air Held and the Second May I drawhe' attention of to share la. this .appreciation, of I ,Kaneohe Kllpptr.-Ex.
Operational Training Unit; your reader to the.Jnct.,.IP. what Homestead folk have done I .
"Word reeche the editor this predation of the pmonnefX 1M ao whir end to jhaok one and all
/ week that at a meeting yesterday Homestead Army Air' Field and for hit or her pm m \t. ,We can
plan for the future of the Home- other enlisted men and t women not ace each one in-, penon and
steed USO ware 'discussed ire In this vicinity for th".iellent., ao we hope our good friends willIndividuahyiccepf : .Your No Neet
view of the fact that Director W.; service and cordial spirit with this public ex- Give: .,Cast* pClv Longer ,

E O. Ward .la leaving for another which the good people ot Homestead ,preelon'of, ur. graUfulneia for .. '
center ; have welcomed them.._isylny; their making our, work\>> and.our Clothes and. Household.,Articles
Inasmuch is change are being of them far away from home,"*** i stay In Homestead ao delightful.

made there,' .nd such thing a* pecttlly'at the USOdlt May |,.ad4"slso, !that, thi .USQ : V to the.,
the opening of the new Service"al in the Cllpptr/a M W newspaper I* .continuingIt.iejrvicc''on; :the \
Club will affect the Homestead at the air bate, this past same line tt In'the past under
USO' future In week speaks of the "very, swell the direction of Mrs. A. t Paul '
all probability; ;
this teem a good time for' word Job the people of Hornestes4 j have .who,I am lure will have the f RED CROSS RUMMAGE SALE
of appreciation too Mr. Ward and done) for \II" iplendld supportt given act,generously ,
the people of Homestead for doing I would like to add the"-voice 1 this ;year by,the Homestead I

such a swell Job for u* it the USO. of my wlf and myself to theirs I folk TJte,enlisted men and I t.
t a* we leave Homestead after 14, women want the USO In Homestead -,
"And it till been swell
a jriry To'De Held; Saturday Mar.: IS't
Job they've done.'Homestead month ot very happy and I truat, and that, I know, U because|: ,
useful service a( the USO. It I* they like Homestead
1*.' 'ni metropolis, Impossible to take the gpaee. ID will depend on theee good 1k:1; t in Walker Bid*.* Krome: and Flagler .
.
and for them to hive a* modern I .
to be "home folk* in soldier and
your lIew1JW1PC' to mention ''by
and comfortable a USO u they name .all those who have to generously -, tailor brought by the fortune of Bring articles to. Red :Cross sewing room at 9. .J :
have has meant kit of untiring,I time and war to ,live in Homestead for South 'between ''
{ unselfish, da y-in and diy-owt; sacrificed energy Flagjer ave.. 2:30 and 6 P. Many -. |
to stake theee strangers in while. . j I
work for many good. people of the their midst fee at homes It ka* With every. good wish for Home day except. Sunday. 1

town. I been .,,'outpourln, of patrtoUivn itead. tFor
The dance thi/ve put on and bttaeinahneM on behalf of the Your gratefully, I II
three nights v we k' for month Cltls. .rMv of Homeitead and vkin- W; E. 0:WARD, 7- : :
have been uniformly; good' Borne'tty'Jh t 'may welt make every Director Hocnettead., Fla. I ml:1: i
oC; ,them outstanding, and hare resident proud Ot, the elt,:/, and, N.;.'.1144 ', " \ Newi,, ,
become an Institution for core
of mm on lie Field. *. THE HOMESTEAD LEADER
'Ii 4i
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"They've had 'the beat band .Object to ProffMn Witte. i

available In this neck of the I Edl'.. ader-lnterprie liquor;business,to,not only be-- a In Dade.County: 3 mta.;'58c; 6 roes, 75e; i yf., 1.W .1 ;

wood They've; brought' in the 'Following i* a letter of reeignaUou -I I propagandist for wine' to the Outside Pade,Cowiiyt 1 7r, 2.eO \
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girl, plenty and easy 19' took'at ... ;
I Lions dub *
wrote to Mr, Walter Weir, but aim evidently
.... .
And week after greet they've dug i. ..i afaacaawM MJMHEBesaieti : :
president ,.t the Redland District wanted to ridicule' and reflect,
tip refreshments, rationing or noritlonliut. Lion Club, after attending a against the Church, and the Lions 1eaM .
: and served them up to meeting <4 that Club this week at Club seemed so [evidently In favor .< Leader.r >I y . .

tu on the house."Without which a rtfrieertatlve of a wine lot such t a* position,hereby; U N.'W..T1dre Sit:; 8oewa4 ,'Pte, 11
: '
drawing any InvkUoutcomparuMna company WIt pemitted to snake now tender to you 'vtficlally cajr" : .
It can be fairly aside .. address on the wine Industry resignation a* a'_bW .e< tile g...ti'KrA. 't- J aw. fair 'wMefc please and iM Leader
:-wc' tats*, that the people! of illustrated with MvHB picture! Redland District. Lars Club. ,
.wows.a0 I with Mr. Ward'a guld- -In view pf tree fact thai sear ; "Let me affirm kkt up to newt .t'er .. ., ,_, .., ,,;,. w' x'rn: iihs. to), I

sdtee i .,'USO taragrass'jMn**, who to Mir bay. eajoyed MB.In alt, INttl N AMX. .' .. .. .. .
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**, b.. )II.A. .. sewn I kWw-tbat It tape l Its'posttton -. .d. f "" .? j.y." "

a.. to_a_ esl 5'ld'te1ttj of a* IfdH.. : ,, tonichV' I rm*thrswithtt. fie (X' WJJCAiLj.: .'ilnfArTVli, ;; ..r .. 'ael anomitad. arise *"great apK'.ual uplift :JM .-'. y" -: i[ ..
Cult
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' ifr.March 10, 1944 : HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Pace Ffw \

Veterans Stressed Met service maybe assigned totoncombatant JUDGE EDMUNDS "
IMMU.NrzrN'j1 Employment duty behind the .

,CLINIC SLATED AT.REDLANDMAR.16 ':Jn Post-war Plans of U. S. Sugar Corp. toes command at one bases of the which air are transport more ENTERS STATE "

I numerous than those of any other 'I

f, r.'Clewlaton, Fla.. Mar t--rior-|['gram ls pointed at reluming the' branch of service, he said SENATE RACE fi
,
Ida officials of the Veterans Admlnlslration men! to I normal civilian life. The
I ,and the U. S. Sugar,!['objective, however, will be lost Bureaucratic .z:
Immunization against diphtheria CorP."are rushing forward an employment It there art ho Jobs available. It Is Decried by UpchurchMadison Jacksonville, Mar, 4. (Special)-
and smallpox will be given children -I plan for war veterans | is here that the enthusiastic helpof Judge J. Ollie Edmunds of Jacksonville Q .
the the U. S. Sugar Corp. will be Mar. 10-There must
than six month old at connection with sugar e< mpanl' "I Duval "
more be sri end to bureaucratic controlof county fudge of
tremendous
diversification Importance
,;":, Redland Mar 18, School It was Thursdaynoon announced yesterday -, and new postwar plans that program Clarence R Bitting president the affairs of Florida and, its County for the past IS yean, last
of the for citizen before this state can week announced Mi candidacyfor
by Mrt. Thclma Coleman! provide jobs for more thin MOO corporation--pUns preferential
'.t'. county school Jlune.V t persons.A employment opportunities achieve realistic unity, FrankD. the onto *f. United State '
All children In the ana art survey is now underway hereto for veterans.: "They must be Upchurch of St. Augustine senator from Florida, subject \0
f..ll1ible, for immunization at this I determine the various types .t given lull opportunity" upon completion candidate. for governor, declared the Democratic primary ,
clinic It WM emphasised' by Mrs. Jobs that could possibly be filled ofMJr rehabilitation in a apeech here outlining The people of this nation are .
: .\ Colcman. by handicapped soldiers in the training to take full time Job at. the program on which he I* conducting facing a crisis on the home front,"
sugar house largest In the nation full wages" he said his atatt-wlde campaign. Judge Edmundi said .Unl_
,
l In the starch house Upchurch appearance here wasa I
and new now their confidence In the federal
,. ED BAKER \WILLOPENCAMPAIGN under construction, part of his speaking tour which I government's Internal attain can
i, poL Mizell. Brysoa, manager of STANDARD OIL will present his rogram and his be restored. I feer that their shattered
the Veterans Administration Facility Qualifications to Floridians In the faith will vitally affect the
'i': ; at Bay Pines, Fls., said: cities and towns of each of the conduct .of the war, which has
"From now on veterans will be returning ELI'S I FARMERSMEETCROPGOAL state87 ceuntlesHis just now.reached IU mott critical
:-f: AT : In steadily increasing program he explained Includes stage"
numbers. Our program calls for providing promptlUIo Judge Edmunds was born laHlggston
BiRTHPLACEj mental and physical nhablllU- tilt gainful employment: for returning Georgia, Just 41 yean }I
t Orlando Uon work and academic and vocational service men and women ago last week. His parents movedto
swing II and training. This whole pro- "rood rights foT'Frejdom," and and a streamlined educational program Florida while he WM still an In-
northeastern counties, Senator'Ed J{I 'every American farmer has been for those who entered the fant, and he hat raided here ever
-t, Baker candidate for governor returned -) office of County Agent Chas. H. asked to do his share in plantingand armed Aortas before completing since. He li married and has two -
\ to his state headquartershere Steffanl where they may get assistance cultivating the 16,000,000 their schooling. children. .
today and expressed him-! In properly filling out the acres that are needed over last Judge Edmundi was compelled
aelf as. well pleased with his forms. )'lIr'. record total I ROTARY to leave public schools when he
tacts with key mm la those .cnn-1 Any failure to keep /he draft With farm labor short, every i ". wu 14 yean of age. While work
Baker decl.red.Mlntentt board advised nf address and occupation piece of farm machinery must be f Caotlnuid' From Page One) ing he continued to attend school
politics Is running nearly a month Immediately makes the kept In the fields working if this world, /peace through developmentof at night at the Jacksonville YMCA
liter thin usual Our people are 'registrant delinquent and In 1-A goal is to be reached, International acquaintance and night tchool. He later attended
engaged In war production, attending :Mr. Chandler advised.It "Our organization" says C, F. fellowship Is something that the Stetson University where he was
the needs of service bases, I is highly important to showon Howard, local agent of the Stan- dictators cant take, the Rotary dtrJcW graduated from the college of I
working in various stages of agricultural the 42A how much acreage dard Oil Co. "tilt that we could said. That Is why Rotary liberal art and the college of law,
production and servingour each employer plans to farm next bsit serve this program by help- Clubs; have been proscribed In He served ai president of the
unexpectedly large numberof 'year, especially in summer crops Ing the farmer keep his trucks many,1 Italy and Japan. Stetson Alumni association and I*
winter visitors. Local races here and elsewhere, and whetherthe I tractors and farm 'machinery infighting "\".Vet," Aid Mr: Peak *76 new at present a member of the Boardof
will serve to warm .up' most registrant In question plans to trim .nd. tree from rust R lary -clubi have been formed Trustees of that Institution
counties after Mir 17, qualifying I work with the employer and dirt Our drivers have been I since July and only 28 of them
data and candidates for governor All registrants In agricultural trained to assist you In caring for, wert In the United' States. One Blissful 4soraaee
I will have plenty of time to classification are now reduced to your farm machinery and preserving of them was lit anjpccupled' part "Mrs. RolUnglnwealth has more
interest in the various l a maximum of six' months defer- I Its life. In addition tech of China." '. money than she knows what to do
.roua'i $ .
'b* introduced' before the ment. 'Whtch,can and will be ,.. tractor operator can secure from Defeat with promise Is with."
'mary.1', newed If'the.registrant continues our driver e free wartime maintenance advocated by MrafiPeak. After "Really. Such Ignorance must
Having dK'ided'to open Ms active 1o. work regularly In agriculture, manual that will help him that efforts can btRUrected to Influence be bliss."-Ex.
campaign. at the place of his Mr. Chandler said. keep his machinery '"fit and fight the better elements In thenIUlthed
birth. Plant City Baker thereafter ing." T hope that our farmer
: \ countries to work foreeducation deuce that they have men who
will appear In friends will .take advantage of
every county; 1it of tt\er'country- will work for world peace as soon
While following a schedule of four AIR BASE CHIEF this'service' and call on the Standard .
mM.u.e9'or the opportunity Is restored to
'
to five speeches Oil man' for service he as
dally. (Continued From Page One) I any their there are two Japans; two them, he pointed out.
:director: of military Requirements can render' In keeping aerrannys," the speaker said. The Mr. Peak has been Y. U. C. A. I
NEW trucks, tractors and other ma-
DRAFT FORM headquarters AAF 'In Washington fact that each oMfftoe countries secretary at the University of
(Continued From Pig and as executive at headquarters -, chinery on the job"WAC hid Rotary Club before they were Kentucky) since 1120. He was I
Induction. MrChandler onoate said. norUvsast sector domestic forbidden by ttyflfl tator* Is evl- second lieutenant In World Was I.
RECRUITS
division of the sir fore ferry
In the war 'unit bails of selective command. (Continued From Page One)
ing 1 1JoI. .
service production of' one MerchanO entered the of- health of good moral character : :
acre .el vegetables counts'as' one 'ftcerV reserve" ''corps ai '.n aviation -' and with m dependents less than ... I ; . -- .j
unit, he. out, and to be
pointed 14 of \
cadet In ,1918.'apd received years age. :
deferred'atarnuer
must produce ,bin commission as second.lieutenant Men are. being transferred overseas )
U units, or 19 acres, of food stuff..Onlytegular .
., in the signal of fleers,reserve from the field mora rapidly .
,
employees usid In ,corps on May 24. 1910. He received than they are being replaced and .
plant/III"'and cultivating'work 1M rating of pilot on Apr. 1, 193t, It Is Imperative that women enlist !...
..oout4.k.Uated on the 4ZtiwW1 and. on Sept."14. '42. was given to Oil their places, th army "
1'I-I
the notice
that supplementary'help the,rating of senior pilot which he, spokesman pointed 'out. ;;
,wU( ,be obtained Ml the time: .
.. harvest '" of now holds. _ Qualified enlistees desiring ova : N .

It ;"rmertar.j..ahowa.oq..the I
lfA ,to have more,thaQ one,, man
to eh'le acre*,, the surplus will ELECT p111ttcea.er ....d
be drafted immediately," Mr I
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H4 advises.farnlrrsto go to the
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must yield to clean-cut,

, J \I I thinking and courageous The boy In the tank and the Production ftht-lollr Stand 1

leadership during man on the tractor are partand Oil man I* also a fighting j

ner*- fighting partner -in partner. He. J is helping I
the perilous period this war for Freedom 1 We the Southern farmer keep his

1! immediately ahead for on the horn* front' must fur- trucks, tractor and mschln-

: 4Buainno I Florida.' ,nlsh the. food, (16,000,000 ;cry fighting-fit by giving
more acre of it than last helpful service and advice

record total to farm machinery raainte-
1 year' ), supply on
:i Floridians must I I our boy with whtt they need nonce and making dependable
choose as governor, a lot Victory. fuels and lubricant availabletYtrjrwhert.
PRANK D. 1JP It'RCB (Jo ,
t who has stood the labor
man With firm short .
f Florida
Governor *
tL test of eo fShipand every piece of farm'machin Always anxious to serve,

responsibility, :FRANK D. UPC HURCH is 'cry mutt b* kept In the field your Standard Oil man ese

that working In fighting-trim,and certainly render you extra
man.
'not In the shed for repair service now. Ask him for a
r.t'
Man Candidate ferGOVERNOR
b r i ;H..I'ItiM.h. feels, he talkie like I tie ordinary .... Rust dirt and wear, free copy 'of big 6-

4 men next door. Most great men of history hart must be prevented page "Wartime Usla-. "
In this Mere Food tenants Manual

,. '; A 'seeslele'" OWe ':Leader 'a... had this touch of the common mon.*-Jasper News., .

*<*U Cantor who slag far a
'f( yespereu. and arsataf.Florida.. .Frank B. lpthrc trUI I. tint.1st May a '

, ..1au'IL W rr jo, :Be first with, turn in March'April. ond 'May ,


: ?rd Be hr: laker( ,I'd fi.t./dearu mr.U far if irl...... ./ font D. Vfduirdt' + STANDARD OIL COMPANY

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I> 1 v MISS ILA JEAN IRWIN BECOMES BRIDE AT DR.REMAND A. L Bl'RGRCEV P. T. A.SPEAKER ANNOUNCEMENT MADE OF ENGAGEMENTOF
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;, OF STAFF SGT. WILLIS S. MOREY, USAAF At the meeting of the RedlandP MISS TEENIE TORBERT TO CPL. MICHThe
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The marriage of Miss til Jean' la navy blue sheer with white Rdland School Dr. A. L. Bur- engagement of Miss Teenle She was graduated In 1943 from

Irwin. daughter of Mr. and Mr*.i accessories and wove-a corsage of green, rector of St John's Episcopal Torbert to CpL Franc'i: Mich of Rutland High School where she .
white sweet
Joseph W. IrwIn of Princeton to: pea Church spoke on "Mental was voted queen In the popularity
Mia Susan Pope had charge of and Physical Health Meet Today' Homestead Army Air Field la being contest In her freshman year At
Staff St Willis Spencer Morey: the bride' book at a receptionfor Challenge"A announced by Miss Torbert'i present she I* .It.ndllll-the WalsB r
USAAF ton of Mr. and Mr Wllli ,
bridal at the home
the party panel discussion on diet was mother Mr*. Nellie f. Torbert, School of Business Science In Mi- /
B. Morey of Fltchburg Mast. of Mr. and Mr* Irwln. Immediately -' given by the home economic clan
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Jwai, : Solemnized Sunday evening afterward, Sgt and Mr*., which, after the meeting, served formerly of Gould, who now ,
Mich I I. ton of Mr and .
In the Homestead Presbyterian Morey left for a wedding trip to lives at 3779 Kumquat ave., Co- CpL a
Church. :*e> under the supervision of Mr* Mrs. George Mkh rot Fieldsboro, J:{i!
I Boston I B. M. Hindmaa, home economic conut Grove. No date has been' N. J.. where he attended Hamilton . .- ,. { .
,i The candle light ceremony was The bride attended Redland Instructor. lei forthl wedding chooL Before : .
Berfonped J>Chaplain. Kava- High School and Florida State I Mr*. Chart Hennington, chair- The bride-to-be I 11.a. granddaughter .Htgh.he employed enteringLT by OttoLuscombe'AirplaneCorporation '
the army was ,
Mugh A. {soy of Homestead Army College for Women. For the past I mad of the P. T. A. bond com- of Mr W. H. Owen of inTr.nton. *> :'
Air Held who Used. the double- year she has bsen employed at I Gould, a Redland District pioneer" .
; ring erviee Soft nuptial music Homestead Field. 1 cou-pons[ and a daughter,of Tom 'rorI t. "S
*wa* played by Dr. Carl f. Rob- Sgt Moray 'tended Renieelaer>will be given away at the St I bert who I 11 now' vjnson on the console, and Staff Polytechnic Institute at Troy, N.!Patrick's Day program planned for . . . ; . ,tI

:6 t. Roy Nelson played violin Y., before entering 'the army.Mr. I I IM.t.I IT. WOMEN( URGED TO JOIN : ': ; *
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tola. Garden flower and palma LOCAL CANNING CLASS I Like' to feel *
; (were used for decorating the h
y church. BIRDIE HORNE tyEDDED, TO PFC PECK I All .persons ,interest In canning "

or In learn'ng. to core are . importantrOirtL ? < ,..:
ptarrlagl SIMPLE I : ;
Glveo In by her fath- IN CEREMONY SAN, FRANCISCOALTAR urged ta. sttin4'tht class which: .. .'f\' ...., I.
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'tT. the bride .of white .', r1't
wore a g own will at 1 30 ;. next Tuesday
meet : p. m -] "
taffe.ta and net with ,a, veil of and Mr*. A. C. Home are at the Future Farmer clubhouse \ BE"', port n}-te '. r Tu:..

i\ r'illusion held In place with cluster announcing the marriage of their I' SOCIETY Kroms Stitt. and N.:W. llfhsU j .l' :',Year colsnty, and to year : : 01

." of orange blossom She car daughter, Birdie F Horns WAVE CANS: vso PARTY to. can beets or chill sauce: flghttnf men--if. jrru take '
ried a shower, bouquet of white S I-C, AMU. of Livermore, CaL, II 1'fo
Those, wishing to put un chill are aver. a vital Job 'fa the Army.
j torchlds and wore a single orna- to Pfc .Theodore Peck of iLosAngele The Altar Society of Sacred asked by Mn. Ceo N; WakeHeld. In the Wom n'* Army. ('orpa'I
s 'rrtent a pearl necklace which WM *. ,1 Heart Church met in the rectory the Instructor to bring with them I yea'II get expert Army trainIng ";
M ,JA gift of the bridegroom The wedding took place Feb.)III, March to plan for the USO partyto a half-cup of brown suar that,may pave, the way U : ", 'itI
Mia Dorothy Behrens. maid of at the county court housj In San be held next Thursday 'jventag The clan canned Enjl: rlh. peas I a postwar career You'll bars "

; honor wore a pink chiffon gown Franclico where the ceremony was ; I Tuesday of this wek I a chance te Improve your skill ,
and esrr'ed a colonial bouquet of performed by Judge J. M. Schu. I Present were: Mn CharlesPope pr learn .a new on'o metfew "f'
l :sweat peei. I macher. Mr. and Mr*. Peck spenta '' Mr Cldrk Roberta. Mn REDLAND HFMON* 4Tio f i MlPI-..ft new place, ,.'.
r Set, John Phillip was best jnnn. seven-day honeymoon with relativ.i -i L C. Smith Mrs. S. J. Lynch ClUB TO GIVE EXHIBIT _htv e3f*..<:5i>cM youll remember : J
and Staff Sgt Walter B. Stanton in to Angeles I I'Mr.[ Stewart Springer Mrs Wulff : The annual exhibit of the Red- all.your Ufa.

and Staff Sgt. John L, Larson Member of a ,pioneer Homestead .Mrs. Robert Sharer Hn touts land Home Demonstration Club .Gel full detail about th ,3,'
were. ushen fam'ly Mr*. Peck U a grad- I I Dalgle, Mr*. Leonard K'nt, Mn.I will be held Friday, Mar 24. In WAC at any V.'S. Recruiting
The bride'a mother was gowned uae of the local high ichoot I I[Frank Shepard, Mn F A Mini the Redland Woman' Club buildIng Station 'Or 'write tot Inter ""

-- -.' I i i inerly and Rev Michael J. Nixon\ Redland r4. and Coconut Palm, eating bookie'. Address The'y

'' B P. W. C. HEARS TALK BY INSTRUCTOR i At. Adhltanl General. 1415 MIlD ",
C. 8. STUDY MEETING of club.
1. At a recent meeting the '
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Iw.,1. tion Bill, Washington
:. OF NURSERY SCHOOL AT CAMP RED LAND I Itt FOR TUESDAY Miss Ethel Holloway ot the Dade D. C.(Womert IK essential war J
County Home Demonstration office .
An mission Industry roast have releaa ,
Mia France )kKnII t. an Instructor ! stone Council of North America' all-day study' I. talked on "Clothing of 'To V. .
ing will be held next from thyir'emplores''eV the :
which founded meet-I day", A demons'ra In the preI ;
at the nursery school of was by representatives the Womm' Society of i 8. Employment SerVloe.)
of it denomination 34 I paring of smoked fish and the
1 Camp Redland, described th* varied yean{Service with Mrs. O. Sewell .
tt and Interesting program of ago for Improving the conditionof ['mer in charge. A covered dish I canning of Shrimp was given by '* .,. '. *:* '* *" .. *'* .. .,.
I migrant worker I t Mill Eunlc Grady; county agent
\I the school to member, of the Mn, Herbert Katz Mr Mae luncheon will be served at

Homestead Business. and Profes- Morris and Mrs J C. Boyle were I The church fellowship noon.1
elonal Women' Club at "' meeting appointed_to aerve a* a nominating i win be held Sunday, ,Apr. ,
at the home of the club president committee. (the church ground, it was VITAMINS for all tkefa iR
ALL the
Monday .nounced at the business meeting"of y
Mr* J. F Hammett, Members present were: Mn : .
s night: W. K. Walton Mr*. Roy Chandler all the circles Tuesday. The
I 'Instructor at the school, she Mn. Frank Kent Mr, Ben''innual Method! conference priginally at just, a FEW PENNIES'.a DAY-

said, are loaned to the county I Archer, Mn. Hammett, Mn. Kali,( lit for Mar. 7, and i in :
t school board by the Home Mli- ,Mn Morris and Mn. Boyle. 'St Petersburg has been postponed
\\I.til-Apr. 11, )3 and 11 The localsociety
will be represented by the
P M CESS OF SOUTH DADE GARDEN CLUB : president, Mr*. H. U Brown.

.f TO BE MARKED WITH LUNCHEON MEETING I fi'r' T"', fORrrft

The.CalendarMar rH
A covered dish luncheon on Apr..! berta Buie dlatrlbu'ed. seed* t'! RW4j
I at the homed ot'Mrs. O. W Cal- various flowers. ) I .ONCIENC

kJni CHI..'WPalm\ eve, will mark ', Cake and punch were tervK .1 ll-USO: dahc?, I U .
the last meeting of the season of Other present were: Mr*. Sam .-Mar.. 1J-Meeting" f.. Monday E / '
the South Dade Garden Club. J. Davt*. Mr*. Charles Pratt ,Music Club. "" "J"Msr. /
A greet and white color scheme H. 0 CronwaU Mr*. Gtace i 14-W. k. '.C, S. study'meeting.

was used at the meeting Monday, Smith Mr*. Joel J. Rob Mrl.l i ,
which was held at the home of Mr. Chris Petenen. Mar. 14-USO dance Out Amber mi Oni Hick Capsule
Mar. IB-USO dance with refreshments -
Mr*. Ernest Franc. with Mr '
Ben Young and Mn H. M. Brown The P. T. A. rummage sale I furnished by Altar supply the VITAMIN EQDIYALENTi
scheduled for Saturday. Mar. 11. Society of Sacred Hurt Church
a* clet...*. Mrs. Calkin identi unit rods
has been postponed Istdetlnltely. Mar. It-Meeting of W. S. C S.
12Hits... Circle t with Mrs. Stanley Matthews P
A covered dish Upper will beheld etl Hats 1uu
R, L ATKINSON at T o'clock Wednesday Mar. Mar. 24-Annual exhibit ot raw A asU" hY
i IONOS..WON BIRTHDAYMr .
Redland Home Demonstration
IS in chi Florida Qty Community L R U."
I *. Preston B Bird gave a' Church. Club.
luncheon party at her home In Mar. tt-M.-eting of Jennie
, Dawjter Palm Friday In celeteraI Lobdell Circle with Mn. Ridley alt teas 1011r ts

t f .lion of the birthday of her moth-. ; EAT AT j Crawford. .. s.u mare.aee D 144Ml.
if h. Mr R. L Atkinson. \ Mar.: $-Meeting ot RedlandW tts.v.te.aa CApiu1K t
\ a Th guests 'were Mr*. O, R. TASTYWAY, S. C. S. with Mrs F. W. Still.
,ChambUa Mrs. B. W. Mortis, THE man.

i.Mr*. Dexter Smith and Mr*. Tho I Deere North *T City Had Apr. Meeting of B.P.W.C at elia. "TSMIO F1 4aN 079MS.sr (
ft., Warren' home of Mr*. Herbert Katx. fie iS e Y l
to' Apr. Covered dish luncheonof
lit Mrs. Herman Helnleiq poke on Itefolar 'DInners South Dade Garden Club, "t .72" ; ft.S9; :
4. "How Our Community I* Meitbsj shirt Order and as4wlchea home of Mr*, 0. YT Cslkir. ran azSlsas : '. .
theChallenge for Our Apr. II-Mectta* of RedlandNeighborhood r thaw .w.A ,,,
March IM .
Ice Cream Sodas 1t1 h fceHer to "
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dren and Youth" at the Club with Mr*. Sam .a..wr..ssee
ikwetlnc of the MIramar P. T. A. ROMSSTKAD.: ',FLORIDA J.' Davis.. IQ dIM MtfcMf' Strrf f . '
4t Miami Tuteday. Mr*. HelntelnU I .I' .
third Vtoe-prteWenl and pNot" ,.a ;YOU ca ass be two Leo as, r ; ,
.grain chairman of the Dad Coun.| ' ROLLER SKATE ----"C' .." eMMah eucMwli ,.__
CMUKU of Parent-Teacher :RE D THE WARTY"ADSILANNIE .....
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PANfOI'HINATIJ1MnIie. aV. deSdmcjl Stan ifce,ww* "-*e.irmma
,A&MIA.e 81* Sts ISkating .. CALCIUM
MAYHEW FITZPATRICK I plus UVtU aW IKON. hiss heMl U r*.. .wanly. **f*

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'.1'': ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTS j|! Homestead By Jenny Let Girl Dais ScouU ,i

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rI..I.L.' " .111"1''" "' '''' I "'I'''''''''''''' " ''' "" "11"" " """ " " i! The Girl; Scouts on Tuesday i 11

'II FLORIDA KEYS ORCHESTRA PROVIDES I worked on community life and:I RATE: First Insertion tVc line subsequent insertions
!farts and crafts badges and s:arted i sa :line
MUSIC FOR DANCE AT USO CLUBHOUSEThe a new badge, health and safety : .

: Florida Keys Orchestra, under , enlisted men and girls were guests each Theo of) them Ire three had a patrols play which FOR RENT RARE TROPICAL TREES shrubs

the direction of Sgt Sherman at the dance on Feb. 29, when i iI ornamentals palm. Phone Cal

gdwards, played for the usa I music was furnished by the Florid I. we enjoyed.songs and Then Rebecca w* sang Brown several !ROOMS and apartment Reason- kina, WoW, J mL w, of Florida

dance Tuesday evening and refreshments Keys Orchestra and several, served refreshm:nts., able rates* hot water and show City. (J23tf)
were served by a. special entertainment features I The : era. Palms BoteL Florida City
girls
present were: Sally
group of women under the chairmanship were presented during Uy inter ONE-ROW Potato Digger tot
Suber, Mary Lou Muaselwhlt
of Mrs. A. F. Arthur. t mission.. ,! FOR SALEROOM power take off. Frank IL B rnecker -.
Joyce Walker. Rebecca Brown .
The dance last night was sponsored Exhibitions of jitterbug dancing, B:tty June Turner Joyce Morgan, --- -- -(-fll-tf-)

#i' by the American Legion J were given by MIn Joe Dell of,Into Nell Roman Emma house Plus small apartment : LOST

Auxiliary Th; Florida Keys Orchestra Pennsylvania and J B. Seats Rives Barbara Shuler, Jane In tor Lot 90x190 C. So I

J w:11 play for the dance and by Pie Chick Martin, also of I Grew Betty Ann Plummer and! Kromt alt (Key West highway), LOST: On Federal Highway northof

, +:'I next Tuesday evening, and on'Pennsylvania, and Miss Edna Jenny Lou Davis Homesteid Lights water, *ewcr Princeton, whit; pocket book:

,7'ae4 I Thursday evening special refreshments Forte In an Impromptu contest,, Writ) Box A-140 car Lead- including billfold with paper*

."r will be served by m:m- a prize was awarded Mrs June 1".1, , ,, ,, ,1 , , , ,,, r-Enterpriae. Priced exceptionally and ration coupons. Keep money
, :,: : bers of the Afar Society of Satred Wyaockl for a Jig Pfc Cliff Os- I Hints to Housewives low. (pdt) and addiional 'reward offered.

'.I-i: Heart' Catholic Church termayer of Indiana sang I"""""""." ""' ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,," A REAL BARGAIN Phone 5W-J-1J. (Mar II) ,
. 'Womeit accordingto
of St John f Episcopal Seating was arranged

.Chl/.f' .h, auxiliary .slim, wit, re- the guests 'native tta. .ea, i Home-maker can take a Up 7-ROOM HOUSE on plot fronting PERSONALPLAY

: fume participation |tft the USO, tables wire reserved for In-1 from navy cooks on soup making ISO feet oo S. Krome avev and

. tntertalDment, program after lAnt.j souri, New'York, Wisconsin They let soup cool att.r cooking 300 feet -on Lucy it. THE PIANO again Tart

More than one. u.ndred. gia, Pennsylvania, Michigan so that the Jat will nae. When It stead-Florida City lint).CHomt-I a "r.fresher course using keyboard

;... ... --- I d'ana, Louisiana and. New.lfl'le has hardened, they remove It and 1 water sewertae Price harmony. lesions .Jot. '
"Ihe snack bar was manned .by .t''I i reheat tb..soup lor' serving. When lievably low, See owner 'on .110, Phone. 47.M-1

group of sailors The door prize''I| the fat can no. long:T"be used for I premise, (24 3. Krone eve (Mar. 10, 1744)'

was awarded to Pfe. Oatermeyer cooking, it I* turned In for glycerin }Key Wet highway. or address -
>) Cookies hot coffee and fr.sh *. t|P
, ,. fruit punch were served. Hostesses INCOME TAX and Accounting
';; wen Mrs Geo W. Turner and] Double dividends In lemon Juice (00 jaunt laying Leghorn pullet Office )III Homestead Grocery
,: r.' *. Fine stock: ft.JO each. H.
Mrs Wm. Sykes Others present are the reward when the lempf:Iswarmed (JJ U)
were Mrs C. H. Derby, Mrs I Heinlein Coconut Palm dr.J..mll. Vt
up :* befpre
Lawrence Pope, Mrs Fred Suber using A of'I:I: to cover it: W of Redland rd, (pmt7 HAVE YOUR INCOME TAXES ,,'

and Mrs Vincent dl Maria I' with warm water and let It steep GOAT'S MILK it the nearest to completed by W. C. Morton 9'hav 2' !

On Thursday evening of last I Ier a few minutes before It isj mother milk of any baby food *. N.W. etb at. (pfU J f: .

',. week hostesses and refreshmentswere ; ueeud. Give fresh FREE If add' 3
'1 pure COATS MILK Excess causes you w
furnished by the Women'sClub II{ ____ I I to your baby Aim offer re- pains of Stomach Ulcer. Indlgestlon \

of Homestead Approxl-:'! Eggplant should be peeled,thin)I .II:f to sufferer of stomach diI 4- Heartburn Belching
mat"ly one hundred men and stored In a cool but not I orders. Mr Bloating
I land tool} M. E Ash,Country Nausea Gal Pain.
women attended Iced cakes, coffee -! dry, place to avoid dehydration. Club road 4 ml tou:h of Mow- get free simple Udga, at

1 and limeade were served by t I ry Phone S38-J. (f2Jtf)1 Brown Pharmacy. (pJ7) .
the hostess who Included: Mrs'Carrot should be scraped gntlyl, 4

James L. Bird, Mrs Auguttusj j -not peeled Average carrot, YOUNG Jersey-Guernsey milch WANTED

Wynn .Mrs Paul Keeihenbsum 1 I waste is mated at J7 per cent!! cow 'with -'''ftk-old hitterS _

and Mrs. Selma Reitt. Also prevent . half of which could be savedI.KtJAL'NOflCES. I L. Dickinson, across from WANTED TO RENT-In Horne-
For were Mrs1 Suber and Mrs: hospital, Homestead. stead, oneor two-bedroom

I Sykesi house or garage apt by couple
GOVERNOREUct i The RxJUnd Neighborhood Club; / I Demlng heavy duty hyplex that hit been resident here IS
'I sponsored the dance las Saturday -), NOTICI OP APPI K THM POE pump, capacity 100 gallons per months Phone 2 during business -
TAX DEED < j" i
and served home-made cakes minute up to 100 pounds pressure hours t'
|I Cbapeor litii-Am >r ltd ,
i I doughnuts, coffee and fru't punch rib A Till For belt drive Price
MILLARDCALDWELL {1 Hostesses Included: Mrs. Mary: Notice Is hereby given that .,,Al $22100. 110 PIANOS wanted Highest price

HIlliard, Mr*. Jessie Ballard Mrs..I Bechard and Lura V Bechard his I Deming high head bronze fitted paid. Any style OP age Braun

I I Best Thomas, Mrs. Dorothy James wife holders of S t a te land, centrifugal pump with 3500 Piano House 2380 )f.W. 7tb St,
, .' and Miss Mabel Rind Mrs Suber'' county Tea CMlUbiv No. U OS*I htw4UK speed ball bearing horsepowermotor Miami. (d 17U)
till 4w at July A' D 1041. tin flMMM
was present also I* mr o04.. Sad .ku made 'pnlltUx <,.. comple"s with starting
Farmer W., r Vetera I L far a lax dud to to aped Abortion. switch Ideal tor large sprinkling WANTED: Ducks, SO week, I9o I
Lawyer Tested StateMMiiFlwld 'Sugar Pie." aid the dark told Ortirh... embraces the. loll... Mirrlkfd -' system Price $223,09. lb.. Rt t. Bok :01 Homestead.
piopnty hi Alto Counts at
D&41 i "
. .,; CM Be Confident j swain, "did that kiss Ah Just rev: lut ., Florida. twtllLM Large quantity of fin 2 V4 standard WANTED--R"lr work, stories '
' II. Honk 14. Grim P.rk. tuMlvfalMi galvanized ppe: In full
with Caldwell 1 1u 1j you make you Ions! fo another Plus Kwk t, PM St. tl I lengthwtth bulldlnt cement work, roeflnc.\
dNiaw j Sho did, bov bit sho dill! But) the Counts if Dada. SUM ot FlorW. . torn fittings etc. ilth Hour Mission, Box fl.Hometd. ,
rese !
-sassy w. Astoo. he's outs town." The .MMMI..| al MM mntatrlTmtr.., slightly used: (BIOS)
Commit I
" the MM ewtifkao..an In the IUM of Phone or se,
-Iowa Food Dealer. I,On. B. PlM>h Jr. Ti>. 'I I ,
, .. .1 I: usl.an red MftlfkBU lk>U toMMrdln I MAGBIDEKPlMP I need groves with or without
{ :' NOTICE Or ALB .' to kw, UM imvwty =1 1r Alb SUPPLY CO. homes >}> prospects waltinf

* srkd bid, Will by tw.H.d h the soar1 of Cmntr CmtilvilMMnmill ::r UMNli the O will to New MM. date to the.0 the kl.kM4M firm 54414 am.. Coconut Grove, Ha Drop m* a postal or tall J. K.
A. M.nk SS. IS44, M tto .KlM4to atob.b |
, r- Cup". PIr46 1s late M. 1
: del In UM myth W April, IS44, nkkk kiMM Dorn, 22463 Miami at .'
I7'ra.
',,fj at oaH stood. lets Cavort now% 1l1o.j" P1rWa, I. Mk Uw fdde h.wfwe M Mir III April IW4
waned Send. viol' sew Uto Cents day ..f PM.IMIT' 144.E. )/! pense Reverse charges.
.- N. 0&(111.,0" IL LEATHERN! Fss ......s
.1, "WI4 *. !fne ; NW% nr 14 HEm NKU SWH NEt: MH SCH: awl; Clark W OimK Coors
Y.:* : NCi; M/srTntH: ," : >{*': a twos,49e! atedou. ltuber a4 .... ir "7"... Dade County. P.srds. ,
(Oraih CMirt tow: . CAB SERVICE S. L. Kendrick
L W'H, KWH Nwu a.". It T_ St an ,SSN eer. U-lgl f .Aveiede IT N. c. rntnaKTT D. C. 1 Ii
M sod Richard' .. ,- M. Har I. I*. IT. IM4I
R 1.4 a Rbob I -L raise*.* H. I '. d4-is .-. '.-fcK., In..,( to4M JUSTICE: OP TBI
., a 1N1 Lwatel as Kww Are ad NM'1Io"'IIoft "_ NOTICE OP APPMTATION POI I tl reaMoaM* rate
C :Lat4 1.d s Work I __ 4... ra S-SI ... U tap t1 Rn SS raw 1iAnOls asA : TAX DEED H.tfajfThone. PEACE:
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Pare Eight HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISEMarch 10, 19U

,/ Mr*. W. H. Hay ha returnedto I John Hansom returned to hU Baptists to Hear -Pastor-

r > her home in Ngly, O. after horn In Bradford, Conn, Tueai, From Key West "
having spent the winter in Red- i I day after a few monlh visit with Sunday t

\ In and Around land. Mia Bessie Hay and W L.I I Me and Mrs. David Snow. Th Rev c. V. Russell, pastor .

Hays, sister-in-law and brother- I .f the Key West Baptist Church ,
in-law, respectively of Mrs. R. Eddie returned t* his homein and former pastor at South Miami .

: Hay, left last week for. their Ohio after a short visit with will preach at both services Sunday
f Homestead home la Roger, O. ,Mr. and Mrs. The R. Warren. of the First I Baptist Church

I of Homestead
Mr. and Mr John U. Cannonof Mr. and Mrs G. Gunmen of i The Rev. L B. Crantford. local

II! :I Cannon Del., are visiting the Philadelphia arc occupying the I pastor left Monday to conduct t .
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Mrs. A. M. Vivien at ,the CuchUla cottage on W. Palm
t Miss Helen Livingston I Ia rtcup Mn. L. L. Anderson returned Rev. and ten-day meeting 4t the Key west '.
I crating In Victoria Hospital at Ml home last week utter spending, I their home on Redland rd. av*. church. s "

ami from I recent operation. week In Miami with her daughter. Mr. Charles' N
and Mrs. Clinton
of ,
3 Miss Betty Tribble Covington -
Mra. Beatrice Cash. .
Betty Jo and Billy--Mathis, Carol
.Ga, I* the house guest of returned to Key West Wednesdayafter l' '
Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Vlhlen of Sue Underwood, Carolyn and
r her brother-ln-lew and sister Mr. a ten-day visit with relatives .
' Goulds have as house guests this W. B. May, faculty member of Milton Lounsbury, Bernice, Edwin
and Mr Cecil Roberteon.
week Mrs. Walter Dwyer of Fort the South Georgia Teachers' Col- here.J and Harris Shower, Anthony

I Lauderdale, whosi husband .ii hg at Collegoboro, Ga, spent Mrs. Charles Carr of Augusta Bobby Brandenburg of South Usthis, Anne Benson, Charles

I' ': serving la the alf corps and her the week-end with hit brother. X Ga, and C. W. RIchter of Miami Miami wa a week-end guest of Brtntlyi James Fortenberry, Mrs. '"
I ;' sdx-month-old. baby, Francis S. Moy, who U Ul In the FJEC guest Thursday of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Scott. Philip Mathls. Mrs. Katherine "

' Joan Mrs. Dwyer abef&a her railway hospital In St. Augustine Mrs.were Joel J. Robinson and Mra. Fortenberry' Mrs. .A. ..D. Fogle,
k marriage was I If Mrs May U visiting her husband Graci McL. Smith. Mrs. Carr, and Mr. and Mrs. U H. Kennedy Mn. Jessie Underwood. Mrs. Ernie f

i (Lady Bps) Shrader, former "" also. Mr. Richter are cousin of Mrs. of Detroit arrived this week to Lounsbury; Mrs.' W. 'R, McDonald i
Ident of Oouldi. visit r.'C. Henn.' Miss Annie Kjle and the ,
f i 'I Blair Berlin, S 2-d stationed at Smith. hostess and honoree;, '

Mr and ?In. L. D. Curl Tort Pierce, pent last wek-end Mr. and Mrs. Cooper Yanceyof Mrs. L. P. Gelrtte and daughter

parents of I son. Luther Daniel, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Atlanta are visiting Mr. Yan Mrs L. Darin, left Friday, for Mr, and Mr*. John LuU and
I' Jr., born Feb. II James Archer Williams. Mr. Edna June '
In Bertleoualn cey' brother-in-law and ..later.MI' their horn In Detroit.J. lh ir daughter, Sally "
Smith Hospital. of Mr*. Williams, lives in Clark and Nancy', ware ,recent guest of .. t
: and Mr*. B. ,F. King
I rille. Pa.Gtttats. B..Adios, seaman first das*. Mr.,and Mn.'Joseph CJaltdey The ,.

j" Mrs Louis I Itagas,:* formervia y Mrs. Julia Vhynerd, winter visitor U. S. N. and Mrs Adam .and Lutu are from the Gaffners .. .
Louise WoUam, h r from the home of home town In Michigan.JAMES .
her, left early this week for Warren Nordley 'of Miami were . ,- ..
Macon Ga, on a vial to bart Mr, and Mrs. David Cv,Williams her horn in Lansing Mich. guest, of .Mill. Eunice: Stanford I,
r < mother, Mr*. M, P. WoUam. and were Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Ses- ast,Thursday.
ether relative iler and Mr. 'and Mrs John William of ARCHER KtBTH ,. {
Mir Pauline Pittman Fort -
visit all of Miami McClellan, Ala, ha returned to .. Mia Catherine Dixon of Miami HOSPITAL :NEWS.
After a In Naranja with visit was of Miss Mil..
her horn after a two-week a guest Monday "
nil parents Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mii. Tom Smith la a medicalpatient .
and fred
here with her brother sister- Savory, '
" Th*'condition of Mrs. Wm C.
Hickaon, John Hlckson will return at James Archer Smith
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in-law, S-Sgt and M WayneDennis .
Ewing remain critical followinga t
Sunday to Auburn, Ala., where hospital. I IMiss
" fce I II a student of aeronautical Pittman. NARANJA .J major operation at James Arch-

? engineering at the Alabama Pol- Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Fullerton Haven er Smith Hospital b
of New
Rose Woutlsk
.. jtechnlc Institute., ol Midway, Pa. are bouss guests Conn.. visited this week'with \ By,: Caroline .Gaffaey. . Medical patient last week were:'' -y., '
.
of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Mahan at Mrs. tffle Bolin who U pending ,.... Halley Obenshatn Florida City, .
Mia Nina Dyal, student at Stet- their home on Coconut Palm dr. Ernest King ,and R.. M.: Hugh of :
, \ the winter In Redland with'her Josephv
Mr; ,and Mr*. Gaffney '
will I Goulds, Mr'ulKatherine :Whittea i'
eon University, spend, the Mrs. X. CorrelL ;
week-end her* with her parents, Mrs. Ruby Schmidt of .Miami ,.daughter-in-law, recently entertained I number of and Mrs: Wary Haven of Miami 1
Mr and Mr E. J. Dyel spent the wetk-end at the homeof their relatives: with dinner partyat and Mill, Alica'Elsenau of Chicago. -
the Bamboo Tavern. Later that
,
/ Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kitchen FLORIDA CITY I .
: Mr. and Mrs.. W. A. Luther of Other recent guests of Mr. and BY VTarreM Severs evening Mr. and Mrs. Gaffney entertained . S-8at..and Mrs. Glen Gunderson -
j Atlanta their tarry and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph ,of Homestead are parent of
ton Mrs. Kitchen and )tn. L. U Anderson I .
i, K. M Murphy of Chattanooga Mr*.,l Kitchen's mother, Dumond sod their son. Joe Bill i a'daughter born,Mar. S.
W. H. kheffleld returned this' and Frank Mn. Ray Moore
their ,f.tl' Minor wereMir .
have'ftturne4 to home were Mr. and-Mrs. A. J. Barger surgery patient
ter a visit her with the Rev. and and Mrs. Sargjer1! sister, Mrs weak from Knoxville, Tenn.. after and Mrs. Pit Catfney and Mr'j Nathalin OrlMtn and Mar

sirs.. Marvin T. Murphy. Mrs. Smith and daughter r' ggy, all,jof ,a short business trip. ter, Caroline Sgt. Lyod shall Holmes of Homestead. i
nd Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Edmonds
, Murphy la the mother and Mrs. Cold Springs s. C. ,
j 1 luther, the sister of the Presbyterian xiMn. I Little Phyllis belts wa seriously , .with"a light supper at their home. '

pastor t. -zici:. of Coconut t burned Saturday in a minor" .:IIA"_ .' j jIIIftt
' .. Mr C. a Smith entertainedrecently
explosion.* *
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Drove and her daughter Peggy, : In honor of her young I'Y*'* j
OeorgMH Wendt and Miss Patricl guests Monday of the '
were) Renand
, 1 I WAR .
,. L. Becker Is recovering from aughter' birthday
, Forbes of Dearborn Mich: Mrs. R. :..Hastings.Mrs. .' annlft"1 '.
\ are visiting Mr. Wendfa brother. his recent injury.Mrs. Games'were enjoyed names

! In-law and sister, Dr. and Mn.C Bowll'iia C. Dye of Miami dren and I huge rainbow STAMPS
H. Denby. L.-J. Walkup Is Improvingfrom and pink and white Ice ClII'1
spent last weesxnd here with her .
her recent illness. were served. Present were: III'
parents Mr. and. Mrs. J, R. Dor- :
: Mr*. Carl Anderson U in at her icy and with i Mrs' Comer .DavisBellinger. I C1 Brown Jean and June ,
liON on N. W. Fifth *t ti yI
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CHOWDERBAR r
! tar*. J L Causerie will leave Mr, and Mrs. John Osmundaon '.

" Saturday night for a visit in Cherrypolnt and ton Jimmy, of Miami wire j

e .. N. C., with her son and week-end guest of Or and",).fri.: . fJ.J'

I.... . daughter-in-law M.-Sgt and .\. M. Logan. ':,?,?.| HE-MAN CONCH CHOWDER ; .
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) : 'Tlrs. Robert Gauxens, and their GIVES YOU "VIM. VIGOR t tJ

. 4 baby daughter, Ronnye.Mr Mrs. Chas W Camp visited'h!r AND VIGCLE" ..

i sister, Mr*. B. P. Harding, In Ml-,
! I. and Mr*. Paul Z. Camp of peel Saturday. giur j jWr Chili, Steaks, Chops \J I THOUGHT
Washington D. C. 'will arrive ". \ ,
I ir Ml N. L Seeend Avenue
her Monday for a visit with Mr and Mrs. B. A. Okletree of; WAS
M4 N. E. First Street Ay
VISION
Camp's mother Mrs. Chas. W. Miami spent the week-end with I
t Camp. Mr. Camp plan to'remain Mfrs. Ogletree' mother, Am }'. C. MIAMT. FtA.

I,. weeks.for a month and his wife for two Satfert uengr 500D '

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r' Mrs, Comer Devil Delllnger returned -
: to work at the First National '

i Bank Tuesday after an absence I"II'S OVER AMERICA .f. -,. ,
due to illness


Mr*. L. ..CUor Jr., 'of

Chattanooga and her son, Bobby, Psybkf tribute "ice Hootitr Monument ,
are visiting. Mr. CrantfonT parents (/ghttng awn who MM
the RaY and Mrs. L. B lordrn fields during .
Crantford. in Homestead. World War I, InUM -
ka erected at h*
spud of IwfiaaaaalMthT
Kenneth W:Stone and his fath- ttrlklag War

.,et; C. U, Stone,..','returned last MiaaoriaL
*ek to their borne,$a' Astoy.
Tetras* after a trip here to take I.r" ,
care of the,Kenneth Stone grove

They were guest at the. 0. AHainan A

hem I\: A" imtHMsMfe.' i 1 :

Truman T. Bowen fa out sgaln a&lyKpafW&rfigHNnamenwhonfdtC .
after his recent .serlou 1IJ1'". Oar .... 'line hota vi 'and 'etpr eji+ant wife** fr1 .
.. ... .....; | .fl**.s are rf K M fc
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bossed Jf
Bird Hardee sustained a'broken W .. N'ti e la *nak' c* i ;

left foot in a fall from a ladder .. |tVfersU
recently. MN .: heir 't .. ,
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(hsree Huteainson If Ill I*" I m1C"' CLASSES ON CHEaWr i
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