Title: The leader-enterprise
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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: March 17, 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: VID00638
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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.1 G. To Get TPA Cs for Baser I' 'SECURES SUPPLY .OF PLASMA

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. j,,v_,Women and, ,girls ....! I In FOR RESIDENT OF DISTRICT
" } the Redland;District who,.would npKILDSON .
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iWAC Jong 4 4R 4Rt 4x
I. have.'Joined. the ago

'if"they could hav*.remained near 'NUTEDI) ) :WRITER ._, Payment of a laboratory fee of
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, t ,home,' should notdeJay applyingat ,
Homestead Army: Air Field for Roy Chandler Member lea than ten dollar to cover cwt

enlistment. under the n.wITan- DIES SUDDENLY Of New Planning GroupRoy of the actual mechanic ef obtaining ,
bounced policy of ")oin here, and storing the blood,

serve here". Writ Frank Therkildson, national 8. Chandler, president of U the only charge made to reel :
'A: recruiting team from.Homestead agriculture detiU of the Redland District
authority :
on rP the'Redland District Chamber of
,
Field has been
In Jackfemville
tv whIG this section has credit In
ofa
and horticulture, suddenly
dyed 4
this week getting instruction Commerce and South Dade manager
the Dad County Blood Bank asa
ailment T SO Saturday
heart at :
from the district recruiting f of the Florida Power ALight result of blood donor roundup
his Silver Palm
night at home on
officer preparatory to Co., 1* Included among the will
rd. such a* be made'on Sunday,
dr and Tennessee
starting today on a drive through, subscribers to the recently form- Mar. 28. .
Georgia and Florida with the object Although recently 111. Mr, .Therkildion ed Dade County Regional Association The normal charge for a'blood t
of enlisting WACa first forth I had shown marked Improvement a community research
transfusion! 1* 125, plus the la boontol' ,
air base here and then for and apparently was In and ,planning organization. )- fee. A* a result of 'the
other poet of the air transport good health up to the time h. Temporary officer of the nonpolitical roundup here last October, any
command.The was stricken. association, who resident of the Redland District
_recruiting team J*jeom- Funeral services were conducted applied Monday In circuit court i* eligible -to- draw whole thud a
"poaed* of Cap Byron Gordon, 'at S o'clock"Tuecdsy afternoon ., lot-a UiaHer are! Paul R Scott,, or plasma fro"h.. blood bank
First tA. Madeleine Proctor, who at the Trinity Methodist Churchin n. Miami attorney, presiding Chas without charge except for laboratory <<
U In command of the WAC detachment Miami by'the pastor, Dr. Robert -' 1 F. Baldwin, vice-president; SamH. e"peIIII.
at Homestead Field, L. Allen, who wove his talk McCormick, secretary; and Oscar "The roundup slated for Mar
Staff Sgt. Bill Edward, sgt Gertrude about two 'of Mr. Therklldson's E. Dooley, Jr., treasurer. Permanent 28 la for the purpose of replenishing
Byrne and Chief Warrant poems, MM-O.rdet\.nd "Inspir ,..-..... - --- officer and a board of ; the supply..depositing more
Officer Leo Llchtblau. ation", Burial was In Woodlawn Wr.. THERkli -; I director will be elected Apr. 4 blood to our credit" said Kit Car
The local air field Cemetery under the direction of - --
army will son, secretary of the Redland Die-
attend to enlisting. all women Turner Funeral Home. Herbert Hunter Becomes Mayor\ (Continued on Page Seven)
who apply her*. Prospective Pallbearer ware: Luther l.. ,
WAG are Invited to telephone Chandler Roscoe Bruhstetter, Ernest I I
Council Florida
Forsyth at
No ISO and ask for Extension F, Co, John Pennekamp, H. on City HEART ATTACK
:158. Transportation to the field I 1 Mossbarger and Russell N. Ed I
and later to the recruiting station wards. Pallbearers In Homesteadwere Herbert Hunter became Florida received It, Town Clerk Flora
In Miami will be provided. Frank Rue, C. H. SteHanl, City' new mayor, and L. E. I D. Myers, IS, and Mayor Hun ENDS IN DEATH
W Z. Rheney and Lee H. Lehman Forsyth, a new member of the ter. 32.The .
I member of the Homestead town council a* a result of the vote for the five councilmen FOR J. E. CLOSE
'CITY TO RESUME Rotary Club of which Mr. Ther- town1 biennial election held was a* allow: Frank Basso,
kildson had formerly been I member I Tuesday. 82; Ernest N.iU. II, Alonao Lew.
SIRENSKNALUSE None of the office was eon- 1.. 10: W. W. Seve!'), 78; L. E.Forsyth James Edward Close SI, for the
Mr. Therklldson was born July tested Mr. Hunter succeeds Mayor 77 past three years assistant postmaster -
25, 187, In Ironton, O. He was tj,I Lawrence Becker who was The new officer and councilmen of Homestead died Saturday
N E'X MONDAY graduate of Ohio State University,I not a candidate for re-election take office at once. at his home at 700 tf. W
and Ames Agricultural College Mr. Forsyth takes the place on I' Fourth at after a brief Mirka.Death .
and took post graduate work In the council ,made Vacant by the PRESBYTERIANS TO HEAR was due to a heart attack.
Permission baa been
grantedby plant nutrition and bacteriology resignation of J. F. Itohrer, who I PENNSYLVANIA PASTOR Funeral services were conducted
the Dad County Defense it and Jens Ger- by the Rev, O. SeweD Palmer
Magdiburg with his family moved to Red-
Council for the city of Homestead many. (and aome months I The Rev Clyde E. Myers, pastor at 10 a. m. Tuesday In the First
to'in.the sirens of the city fire ago. of the First United
After Preaby- Methodist Church of Homestead
serving a* head of, the Other officer and councilmen: ,
department provided that blast terlan Church of Sharon Pa,
of
which Mr. Close was a trustee
seed division of Storr and Harrison are the same u they were U the
do not simulate the .Ir'raid nurseries, ha became director two year term just ending. will Breach Sunday morning Solo were sung by Mr*. H. L. 1
warning signals used for the t h Homestead
now
e Presbyterian
Brandenburg and Mrs. Win. Mueaelwhlte. -
of tale and advertising for Out of a total of M vote east.
blue and red alarm Church. .
the Burpee Bead Co. of Phila- Town Marshal Win, I. Geraninto2STORY
The city I* authorized, also tout delphla. A general of The Rev. -Marvin T. Murphy The Turner Funeral Home was
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1' the atatlon siren In sounding manager pastor of the Homestead church, in charge of arrangement and
that he traveled all
a general alarm, on condition company over preached his farewell burial
sermon was In Palm Cemetery atNaranJ.
the world buying needs and farmson HOUSE
i that n "does not give a prolonged which to raise aeed Lilts hewa last Sunday morning prior to ..
fTMeedy blast but U allowed to rise leaving soon for another field
of Active paflbaaererr were Gee*
head of the agricultural dl-
"allowContinued RAZED) BY FIRE endeavor. (Continued ea Pare Seven) a
(Continued on Page Three)


:: .Local: Red Cross Unit Tells of Work stroyed A blaze an of unknown unoccupied origin;! d"l Indifference and ,Apathy Dangerous ,I

Ji. 1 house at S. W. At Election
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First eve Time Barfield Tells Lions
In, Drive t* B......fyolltll..r! ;.... MM> I.M'

I. 1 Flaming: from tht burning Indifference and apathy to Issue your newspapers, for their Influence .
V, The' following report on the Ing and alteration for the service building act ablaze the gram and the quality of candidates 1* great You must contact
.. work ef the Homestead Unit:of men and sewing for refugee :and wood peat of the Earl Pa-; are the -only thing that I' your district's leader*-get on a
the Bed Crow ha been ceep dbylaaal You are all, of course acquaintedwith eettt house and only the tin root their right dde- and cultivate 'o
i officials with .* aM erf the knitting and by the of- the home. averted the dangerof can destroy democracy: Lion R. the family doctor, especially Uyou
mulling, additional vohentotn bWa > way We need mere knitters. its eadtiaj ftrt.I P. Barfield Of Perrine, former are In a rural section.
Important war work. Mr*. BX .I Some. of.the WOBMP ef this sly I CoadNMMd' Berne time ago by county commissioner, toldbe "Personal contact with the 9f>t.
Trolls. 1* chairman of the writ .... ,-- ; M*.ef>:MahV the dilapidated Redland District Lion Club ..* Is, of course, Indispensable.
base and Mrs. Lee H. Tabaman lat .....hilt assn asoo.01-1 j bufldtat had net teen torn down Tuesday night la a talk on "Howa but don't commit yourself- -etsy
*..rae of the turtkal dteeetng and ';s, .-...-. It hell been 1 by Its absentee. owner. Tfc. com. Man Get acted to Public Of- in the center of the road .e murk
great paean to oa* bay here)*ho)pt! ,absence of wind mitigated/ flee." a* posajbl.
Th*) wfrt ascrow*: are 'away from, home and'haw the '-.., ef the fire's ........ "Money," he aid '"doe not ..1tt.-.. your temper at all '
0jr sank 1a divided Mo ttifr never lied the reapowtbllity of ing t* nuaMKNM 'frame boom play, 1 very important part In Urn**. Mud slinging I* Intended 5
MtWHM* pttwrtplB. mesa..aergdeal taking car, of ....'.cloth**. That!1IeItIiI7.'but both engine* and two winning an' election, eeeeclallyhi to throw you off banana
'draaakjsga. and borne aervi**. work If perforated welt and hoe trews'of the tire department rural area*. The first essential I "Lastly do not make too many
"fteen.. production cheerruHy. and the boy an happy bad to work bard before Is to learn something about the promts. **,* jfitDickie
roast i* located at I S.llaglerave and appreciative of this .Mr1 the blaze wa brought under ,working* of the office to which : Kinard played three ijr s. .,:
and. ta. .It sr* done knitting, mend-' (Continued on Page Tone) control. *- f ,you expire;, the {rex t U, to contact: ,area selection,




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Parse Two HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE March 17, I

f KXECCTITK COMMITTEE \\1 RIM" waiting outside. the stables.i i yetfr giving ht war to U
,.>> !- APPOINTS CSO CIIAIEUCN Each held a lump of sugar. ret of tile reglroentrNot I

If"| 'OU"R S"'ERVI"CE I l ly f Tm glad to ae you lot animals 'art air" repUed the I
MEN At a meeting of the local r.e.I I ID JDUCIa.tie remarked to writ 'He the on* what
.. utive committee of the VSO J'rtI I MM recruit "I auppoa the ban the srrrTItBit& .
...... .. tday of last WftIII the city han .
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---- :i the following commute Otalr-
.1't AWARDED MEDAL 'lawn were appointed: '
t Robert Spear Returns relation, Mr. AdJacobs .
| jPuplic
'. Wearing T-Sjt Stripes j, San Marco. Tex., Mar. ltf-f I ; cBteruunment Mrs. Herman A WAR VETERAN HASA
Cot J. M. Hutchinaon. commanding
Mark checking Mr* Gem
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T-Sgt Robert Spear. Jr. who officer of the army air force
W. Turner senior bastes chair-
I I* en furlough front bit .winy navigation school hart, ha announced : l
: {man. Mr*. Lawrence pope>> ; JunIorI RIGHT TO ASK
medical detachment at Camp .
award of the good conduct
,
hoIt*** chairman, Mr* C. J. Par
t Mean Cat. ha been dividing hit medal "for exemplary behavior man.I .
i KIM between Homestead and Fort efficiency and fHelily" to .
The cb. .... will appoint the
: < atyert where his parent, the Rev.Cpl Harold M, Campbell. 27. a of He's tee busy sew tiflMlf the war far !
other member their
and Mrs. R. H. Spear cwt now'mechanic ton of Mr. and Mrs.' respective yen, te worry about pat war .... flit
committee said C. J. Parman bell M** A NIGHT TO ASK when loa,
:
While here
making their home. 'Archer J. Campbell of N. E. lIUi executive committee chair return, what VQU'VK dads about tt. ten.Lmnt .
Bob bat been a .guest at the home at Homestead ITa (may who presided at th* meet M. Grh.... World War I wet.rare, '
..... . '
I ef Mr. and U P.x-Irick.j I .... knew "">e MUST provide work Iirptrt.mt4 "
t' Sob father it a | Aviation Cadet WUUrd Norman,, ai a Revues-WNi.es eras he kaews
J of the Homestead Church e, the.eon of Mr. and Mr*. Eo I. Norman,I| EXPLANATION Howl
Kaxarsn. and Bob was graduated *' "
i* taking training now at the
'from Homestead High School: ,,naval air station at Memphis. 1 1I Walking round the barracks the MeetERNEST 1
hat June and entered the army . I I colonel noticed a king queue

f tat* la the tummer. . I Sgt Bill Gautler, USMC son of', ofi I GRAHAM r
Mr. and Mr. W. 3. Cautiar of
.. ''P* Ralph Bevl .who wad **r- Princeton, .waa recently en leave'J:! IttUD A I the ALL-FLORIILt. CJOVBRNOR. ..
ANT .... .
.,
II lowly, wounded m Italy cab 4 from his station it Cherrypoint. _hI4 at: I
to DOW on tIIe.roeII to ieu eij. 1
Be able to write a letter to'' l1.I
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Pvt. Charles Bvhreni was! A Vttat MESSAGE
lightly wounded la action in It-j!
sly on Jan 39 but "
.' have. the hospital soon, accord-1
till to letter reeirved by hit

.n f Princeton.tMr. Mr*. Charts. Behreo. Sr.' to the Voters of Florida: ,.wr. '.


Two brother from Naranja met ., -I; ." ., ,'

recently In England when Pet ; in the of Orlando recently .
Vernon Jackson and Pot Leroy Meeting City a group representing

Jackaon ton of Mr. and Mr. R. business, the professions, industry, agrlcul- .,,y

II:, C Jackson discovered that they '"., lure, women's clubs chambers of commerce and varied :
were assigned to the tame English
town. %ft \ interests discussed the grave problems that confront the state t

Min Ellen Schallern of FlorIda and nation as we approach another election. J'-I:
': City left th!* week for

Island s. C. where the : Feeling that the time has come for the people,to speak
.
i ceive her boot training
? :"Women' Marine Corp Pam'l out clearly and emphatically as to their wishes concerningvital ..

issues that confront all of us, the following clear-cut "1'

!t .Intram j .. ," + "Declaration of Principles" was unanimously endorsed and is .; '

poral at hit station at Oceantlde. t' herewith presented to the voters of this state for thoughtful A

Cat, CpL Infram 1* sensing with I and serious consideration. '
; aa amphibious detachment of themarine "
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corp
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p CpL Howard Vnompeod of the DECLARATION OF PRINCIPLES<< II

Orlando air base I* spending a '
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furlough with hit W. Advocate:
1-dy parent I
: Mr. and Mr*.. Bruce. Thompson I WIN nJ WAIL % 4, KXAMMABUS UXAtl0W' ,
*
) I .t Florid City t Whale-hearted CMfentle .( all UM people *f tile Tk adeptly ef a Nau.uaas propose that Will 'I
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> Salted States la this In enable t to
; winning ftt pnul private industry nceaven peacetime
Pte. francl Skins left Sunday liberty wed la yreMtriag tae units ef Ykl,.. ftnUma a4 thereby Novas lawetut* eai toy>Mctla
: for hit station in, Louisiana I' private Industry for taM air. ta the mU sonic,
CONSTITUTIONAL OOTUNHXXT *r engaged la war ,ne
after spending a ten-day furlough "
t e Tae retm *., ft4 -..aiII".1.. ear Ktttoaal
t with his neither Mr*. Mable Sklaer. '. Oevenuaeat as crested within tk* framework ef tk* JL Louvre riDCSAX.TAXXS !:
This wa bit rim visit CeasUtaUea *f Ue Volt* lla_ 7 lualtatlee apse tile taxing power *f the KtUeatl
4 i bans la II month I ee..nanIIan the eeatUtiittrai
I . STATES &mRT'I fiaeUeaa af UU dad.... goveramenta,
'r. Pvt Graham McElroy will: leaveSaturday I .*. Tie prMervtUaa ef the rights ef the states ef the
JL INDIVIDUAL UnTUTITSA
tJnlen except wham sock rights have bees upn.
for Drw Held
." Sly delegated the r.fenl 0.nnoMt "y U* OaasUV - e latflvuul laltUUv and atlfnuance agrkvHue ::
after pending .a zo..t., Tampa.1 Settee *f the ValtM Nato; saA U* abolition .f Ue pnrwikn. The Aawtraa
hew with his parent .. rrl gnat whoa predicated apes rinl cmtnL u.a-.1 fredom and nereaaSbfflty arise
:. Jl.ra.1. T. B. Mcdroy of ae aiitMilael.. niudlM ef sedaUitt* *r fd IOUTKEXX TXAOmOH trade witch might preemie temporary etcortty.X .
4 Tse netmlttai sf the lahmnt right ar the people
., *f the Southern, lUMa a* well a* the right *f tile OOVBXHMXNT COMPETITION
TO HELD LIGHTEN I' people .f other sections *r, tile United stave t* Ue f | That Ue Oerennamt ef the Unite states Shasta .11 I
preservation .f their kMtl Ume-boar4 evsteav sad act ..i..f, directly er ln.inctly: late bodan la
UadlUeaa.TtSEDOtt. ......uUQ with privet*Individual, except la ... ef I
TH 'BURDEN'WTt' war,
FROM TEAS AND COMrOUIOMC
i Tkeriglitaf tedltU**!tree eateryriM ta labor *aBsaaceaMDl i TEACH COBrsTITVTIONAL OOTEKNKIKT"fA :
without feat ef Ooveramat rtprlul; The IIItro4atIea late tile Ita. e4waUoDl1 Qat.. i
i *M tk* right to work without. being Map.ll.4 to pay Y. *f *.latwtfve course af Instruction: ,*. tile fund J
Mkute to ay auw *f ergiaiiaUea ateaUla .f evmUUtUanal gevemmuit.Ttar .

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I for the purpose .( :widely pntllcliirf:there. principlti i Ooi-stga sal Mm .. pia

I tad U encourage statewide consideration and 71orida Voters.. for C..tltutio..1 'Oeventment JOrUado -

fXDEtSTAND i i disrataios ef the vii ii teM with which. they deal,JtWM ,'TUrtda 1
tat 8. Cruse: :Ave. P, o." all .... .
The grief which the suddenly b.-j decided !. Mt up ss.Adoptlaf orgtaisalien.
leaved suffer la an acute di,tres* ; ... .- I npaet Se tenser sad wee IIIM e..IIIC el si.ni dose 4
the name ?'ioelda Voters for GentitatioaU flaw approve the BetJtnAtea ef rnacHries* nor Resin ky veer !1j
tact' naaUatMa aa4 who to aantt tt this we thy strait ,
Oortnunent, K.: IX liens Water Garden, wu

w..r.Ya the burden dlgnlft in d.addition funern direction to providing 'I named President; John 'D-01jrk'W rljr, 4tt Veeresident -w 1 "a.bema:' Jt I reaUttaat .f f ,- 1 1

at moderate cost. U the duty wepr.tessionally I / ; Dr. M rKith Mallory, Orlando and Tie -...,,. .................___, ..taa way.c* trik Ua*award 11
assume. President; Kastt a"r. Tampa,'SeertUry, tisdl .K.,T. *{ widely Uleldag this trrgraat. .

Lyl*,, Orlando,Tre*eo.ret. -...... I ,
Turner" ,
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:Funeral' Home -- OooUrnedawrth beans and policies, rttier tfcasputltt r ; OccvpaUen', .t (:

.. 1Dd (; ..this arga aiattlos does sot iapport'or j'! ;;. '...... .... .'[

,._kr; XmBubne. ferric < oppose any sped! for public oe*, state,' r,
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:March 17 1&44 v HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE. =-- Pa( 'ThT'esCIIAS. ,

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L. BIRD DIES:j I: worker Under feed Croat homo service!Articles Needed for Tomorrow's I EPPERSON ::

comes-' tracing" of allotment of :
,
..I. AT HOME IN JAX 1!service men tq dependents, getting I Rummage SaleJor.Red, Cross Unit: :iI

'' messages through to servicemen ForCONGRESS :,

Chas I. Bird brother from their families no mat- j More articles are needed for FranklBH tracery. Saturday' j
49. of ter In what part of the world they I :
the rummage sale which la to beheld morning fIttI:
Proton a. w. R, and Ja*. L. arc located and also getting .
in the old post office buildIng N"r. Walker is donating the
Bird of Homestead, dbl Tuesday word from service men to their tomorrow to raise funds for use 401 the building and: the

it 7:40 a m. of a cerebral families getting furloughs .and ;the local Red Cross unit Homestead Business{ and Professional "''J
:furlough fxunslon for ..."Iq :
hemorrhage at his home in JackonvUl I'men in case of emergency; takIng I The artclos should be brought Women1 Club i* managingthe I.!

,, care of the sick and teeing ,_,to the Red Cross sewing room, .Is. ,
County Commission" Qia'nn n, that they hive qu dicgl attention to S. Flagl'f eve, this afternoon >
j from 1:30: to 0 or to the old post of the Miami' Chamber of Commerce -
Preston B Bird flew to 'aeb II-i "We 1eCur.
|I I transportation ton l lservice
office quarter two doors south and the Coral Cable C Hi
tine Monday night and was at
m 1and their wives intones .
-- -- ----- ,
hit brother' bedside when death' of emergency For example: tury Club and was president of l

Came. Mr and Mr. W. R. BIrd I I A short time ago ... service man TIIERKILDSON the irCS tht Miami associationof
and Mr*. I... U. Bird went then I I"Cor ;i and hit wife cane to us. The wife men trained in technology Industry
*
(Continued From OneS economics and other actea -
the funeral which wag held![had received a tlegram Mating Page
at tT, m. yesterday. All are expecfed |{'that her mother. was seriously IlL vision of N. W. Ayer At Son, ..a. "s. a*
to return today :They were 'without- uffictent atonal advertising agency and became His wife Helen Hall Therklld
son la noted tat her paintings offlower ,
Chat L. Bird the tld. t of aU;funds[' and we made them a lean vice-president of Critchfieldand l

It ton*,.was a vice-president of Me-1 I,and arranged for transportation Co of Chicago *
Keuoa, Ik Bobbins,. nationally!One of tile-Red' Cross workers Ue originated for the American The other survivor are: '

known who wale drug supply!I took hsr" to Miami and saw to it Florists. Association the now famous two sons, Earl Tbtrkildson all| ,.

inn, And .,ahead of the company1 -'that she got An her train. ..10II'n."Sa it with flower Homestead and W. Frank There ;J

.1 Urge branch In Jackson [ "Another cuss of horn service: **, and contributed article to klldson of WtUiamstown. Pa., *,
aIr ripe, A service man t'lII4IIS Mating various national agricultural pub I daughter, Mr. Albert Rankin of .r

tk Born Ja Jacksonville, he attended -)]that his wife had to go to, the lications. I London, O.: a granddaughter Kitty -
i the schools of that Clt/1 hospital for medical care They I ttt TherkUdson 'had been a I Francis Therkildson. of Fay 'jCL

it. and la 1J17 went to work for]sa |had two small children. He said I Iht 'permanent resident here for six etta. Miss. : five .\\at:.*. Mrs VII YIA.>>: EPPERSON f

t. Groover-Slewarfc wholesale could take care of the older years, and for 15 years before \, Blerley of Detroit Mrs. Mary' ..

t.t drug concern that was later at>-||one, a boy, but his problem was'that had been a winter visitor to I Abele and Mr Fred Slkott of For Congress 'l

orbed by McKesson Robbins.;!the car of the little girl We told Dade County For flea years he Cincinnati. Airs Philip Mitch ,
Befor- he became vicepresidentsof I|him that we would work It out,I had been All-Florida editor of the of Verbena, Ala.. and Mil Win from

, this firm, Mr. Bird had attained 'and we did. One of our prominent -I Miami Herald LsMarr of Hope Hull Ala: and South Florida District '

the position of Mate manager , famllie took this little girl He was widely known throughout a slUer-ln-law, Miss Elisabeth S i J'
"W the state si Halt whq has made her homewith Your is
the farHun.McKotson Into their home where ah: had an agricultural support earnestly .
' chain, and he became known to every possible tire and attention,)authority, speaker and columnist' Mr, and Mrs. Tbtr1a.Jld1 i iand j Incited
practically and He was resources analyst for the t served as his terreUry
every Independent they kept the little girl until 1
I t, druggist In the state of Florida. the family could be 'reunited. state of Florida and was chair Democratic: Primary May S, Itft .iJ''

, He Is survived by hU .wits The gratitude of this. service man man' of a commttei to furtherthe READ THE WANT-ADS Everyone BUS resister tv

Lucille Kendrck Bird; two chil was boundless establishment of Everglades ( that year' to vets .i
I, 'dren. Martha Jane and Chas L, "The following letter was received National Park He was a member Paid Political 'dnrU-.l) .

f Jr. two brothers besides those from one of our own boys, ,

already mentioned W C. Bird of and It speak for itself 1

4 t Brunswick, Ca, and John O Bird Ttear'Mn. Tlbbe : Just a line I ,.
of Trinidad. British West Indies, -.a i r..m+.irtirttis 'J'J
to thank you for the trouble you!

went to to get the message to me: The M A N -
LOCAL RED CROSS 'about my wife, Grace, The Red) a e e

i Cross is steer doing a lot for the
,l'.. j (Continued From Page One) I j morale of the boys over hrreThey .: We want you to Know
nits In this
't connection we cannot furnish a very nice recradon : 'J
,1Ir give too much pnfi to the also coffee and
room serve
ladies: ) cirolei of the'1 cake and once or Iwlt' i week '. '* JUDGE J. OLLIE
Methodist
Church who have!')| we have ire cream Thanks again
I worked unllrtn! ]j!* the! toro, lot th. interest you took In get-I

'yf "Sowing for e'+a1tttega--oh, howl[tlng the mounts here ; .'"
roach it is n'odcd! W. in this! Ymr Mend. '

Wonderful country are very eomj"j!' ANSEL BARROW i!' F ,t
Hat-en aa |'.. *.'aue all r o
'it "We hate iffH/IS you a" ollf'nt'fit !
twnr t. Of shell mitt I Iwh "
% m hut
our wok' W: need A'u In: ,
\tx',1\ our \"Ihpr. nwrtfTU Candidate for the Office of j
We'ojl fja" s k.fc t ni %I- ( in (
foil UK i\f gee' Cant \"u nanang' \'"
I umi.', In Miami wv-HMIXT) .-nesiRuf ': personal! work to AS t.> taVipart 'TM UNITED STATES SENATOR
a \- W 16t the need or lood /
It -1
in this program" \
eDIt clothing We quote: I I J:
I can knit nr sew, mine In ,
Writer a soldier from Italy: I the Red Croat sewing uom from FLORIDA \ 'I
"Peo,]< Jill the t/nlted States 1!at 9 S. FUfler ave if )'I'U'wIlli '
should Me the little kids
to help' In surgical dressing
her willing around to over fIJJ ..
gel
VT. Second old office
report at $ aven -
'
,Mbagiftef every meal. Faiali in llio inlrniioiw of our Federal Govern-
of Redland Citrusarewer',
they're {tmost without" clothes I Association You'll feel much better -, meat is bcbjt shattered by the steady path toward
and It's
,Jitter bold. for having made this effort r ccnlraliMlIon of govtrnmrnt red of 1'
powtr.HM
"How
can we sit bv and not for our bogs who are doing so J. OLLIE EDMONDS

''unfortunate do our part to help these poor.! much and are not Counting. the FOR THE PAST 11 YEARS tare his come w hen the voter of this demoorar >
women and children
We have*a lot of refuge: sewing I cost. coiRtr lUll O.IUL cOllin ) must) rtaWrt their loyalty to our time-honoreJ

to do-It Ian'\ difficult and we'll Iinie4otcil principle of government a . when our ,
Dora la Hi:(|>...... C..tiv in Its!
help you Won\'J'OU please come llu *.niita sieved le HofiJ okilr he nation rnufl be restored to the voters wee are Jill

out and do your part ..ai Hill se .Wont awl h* kw NtIoktI( ron iiulional rolrn.Juclge .
Another thing we are doing Try Us When You Need, la the sMe ever tlmn.
Is making SO cushions for thj enlisted J. Ollie Edmund I* devoted lo there prim I

.men's recreation room. This A' Haircut or AllpxJfJ auUlic *....*.1 vnlil II years rlple of government and to our American: Ideals ;,

work Is being lllchrtakea b/ the et age were ke west U week U ..,. '.nd wv.of life. Ito Hill fight tor these things and J
ladies
the Episcopal Methodist Shave .
old pan ef his fil,. bet mtlimwj bit
Presbyterian churches: "4ynii i lot amending YMCA might for tile constitutional rights of the citizens of Florida .

the laded of the,Methodist Church Ralrea '. ......!. Low entered MHwa Uniirtiy as our United Stiles Scnslor. ?:
-
have already computed, their bad wai sne'iMird from the fol.! '
cushions Isn't this worth-while eaten ___ lit U|.ef Liberal Aria and ike College ef He I* a man of strength end integrity t of ,

work? "gap" (Mehl._ SWlbaepee 1..*, Served as president ef SleUcaAhnmil proved ability and long experience in public life. .
(Modle atet)_ Tee awl fa .< pretest mrmWr e( '
The Rd Crow dressIngs
surgical Mora ho i Ancrican
important a plain wits *
.
Jhesed ef TmM(.. ef that IstUlstiea. I
room ts located on & W. 11<<. ..... _J- lit normal American outlook who wants our American I
it
I end ave in the offices of the old' w
; hoIaf .___ ,...
Redland Citrus Growers' Asatcia'tion A "r.inlerM rhl>*ei aid rlvlr wwlrr.II way preserved for future pneratloea,
t : where Mrs. Lehman Is In'!! Faelal rack _....-.-- It* wan, &a HIS the Uatlrd states
dieM traditionalAmerkai
har&.. la .the' last ,months -we Canbinatlo "V'i'1-, 7J JmW CKwbrt .. Cemmme AmHIM Your belief (a prlayciple
4WI ....... rKta service k ... U and ,
Teals '| may expressed by your Vole support
hive done wonderful work, risking IS
city.('-"_ .. H. b s Metrics ..fksB .
.
up our full quotas-but now,I Uestacbe Trta -__. I* 0.arch, ten Nowak sod '"f Judge Edmunds.
In this work too :*rj need more : ;::.. '
.
help Mrs. Lehman advises BEAR JBOGE EDM9NDSJFE4Kif
Mall. I I *, .

being at present made;;!and' x 4"that sponges these ....r'l0 .]' BUSH'S, ; B* is aurrml and .IMS two rkiUVte.Of "U THE IAOIJ-- Station W Q AX; -' '

\ make and : 7:30 Friday night March 17
,
easy popular :, 7:15'to ._ 't

workers: but we are being pressed, BarberShop, ,t', ... AIL. .... _._. ... .. ....... ..... ,
for:more and ware dressing; sat'! _ _ _ _ _ _-_ _ _ _ TH1 # .. _ ..

'' 0.,., City Pan D 1\. ,
v: the need ). growing. Cant wet FrUd.ofj:OLUE EDMU%
,
gv" 4 few hour of our --
1P81't.1 I 41IM Stein Bantu*.
rme to this much-iMeded Please active and vote for
JAOUOXMLLS: 2, Fl.ossi. t count on my support
Ity?,Th.re la room for many more .
I' J. OHi Edmund a* United Slate Senator from llprida in

r ,-' ':\ '. the ceasing Democratic Primary, May tad, 19.. .. "


4 r, \ ANNIE MAYHEWmZPATRJCKRfAaod 'q ".r':, ,, 5i't '::... --... -:.._:.:..., ..' :;; ._.!



Road between Avocado and Mcaya* Mr** .Strtfer .dd"1.' ... .. ..... ,-.. .""


Pianoforte, "and, :Theory1 .(:;al.4> (_. ........ ....._ _.. ..........,,'.......-
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Page Four HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE March-17, 1944 ':

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amrnaRnnrnllnrmlmnmrnnmnr; on-ln-law and daughter, Mr and Mr*. Loses Mr*. George Koeel.Mr party Tuesday afternoon by .*v,
f MHESIEA& LEADER Mr*. 3 D. Aedd. . *. Dan Robert, Mr. and Mr oral friend who gathered at the "f
E. C. Loveland Mr*. Guy Stewart home of Mr: *. Brockett slater 1
'Vf. J Collins and his daughter, I
i AND IJCTE1U'RtU McCabe Mr*. A. Chamberlain, Mr*. A. D. Clinton In Florid
t' 20 Years Mta Catherine Collln. of British '
Ago "
l' r.- II lid Columbia have returned to Home- Mia Martha Brockett' and Mill ,City . "I'.;'.

1 --w- 1'.w. .. lt..wwe. 1'1., tad to visit old friend . Ann Qreent ; ;
! be w ..... .... ,_... 0...... TM 06014,1041 ..... .. .---. and Mr "Good fellowship and t splendid ,
"Born Mr. Henry
t:: =: ..:;...:. W.M.. gar...:.1w Dodioa at to five o'clock lat Fridaymorning' program contributed much to ROLLER SKATE ';
sell Aaceca a..we .-. a..M 1- I 110IThe the happiness everyone; felt Tuesday .
little
,.wy..t awe Mow, 1/. Lea- sad seere.e ow. er' IuI a boy' night at the reception given IN COMFORT \
Wish .Y. N. ..bN sa..e.ln, '..w.a.lyd : waihalIht and one. half '
riAas LIAC'1I AIICKD .... u. I.la.U I ." la the Woman Dub building in
lama r pound honor of the Rev J. G. Stnd1tr ......*, ,aM tall iMP. atteMM \'
r BU1T rtaUtU. DICCDiaotfDMCIIprtOM lllIEitlfniltfltmn111n: ( shit "T A. Feaster had a* dinner and his popular bride. . The Rev. .... Urn mm
Maw eM a__ The lint annual Ridland District -' guests at the Florida City Hotel and Mrs., Stradley were seated under
r r Sunday his brother-in-law and a beautiful white bell covered
tATtOOOTMTI fruit Festival ended Saturday slater, Mr and Mr*. O f DUTCH with flowers and green, and this Venetian
.. I I r/r: *l.e**.' mm, ..( night with i fitting climax Tltiwvllle Mr. and Mr*. Mills was opened Quietly and a shower
' 4M Mt e tJei | ft, ..... celebration. The wind-up found J'roacher of Homotead persons were preaent . "

Mr. R. B. Rucker of Jtomeitoed I of the New England .Mra. H. r. Brockett" wa* givena AM CONVtnONKttJH ; ;
.. .. "Member
. M .1MM a..a r..taw the winner of the automobile giv.en .
BUr* II int. M pal dries M Society enjoyed program of reel very: pleasant surprise birthday t
'1t...i4 Z rterM*. *.. KM M* tatarek < away M i door price. Miss( t lltatloti Me-
Stewart
.
.. MT*. Lorraine ffummer wear the by Mr Guy 'j
crown of -MU* Redland District"'Cabe when they met at the Pioneer II -1 ;
Guild Hall last Monday
Bauhinla In Blooms awarded to the winner of the festival night. Those attending were: 7iJ.
popularity contest, with Miss
s Male Myhew FitevatrltkHut Dorothy Cameron and Mia' Virginia Mr. and Mr*. A. D. Clinton, ff NettsIW' Tkere p pr
.
Mr F.
Cameron holding second andthll'll Charles Clinton, Mr. and A i
noticed the bauhlnlaa Free- .
II. Brockett. Mr and Mr* L.
i With their wealth of purple place, respectively: man, Mr and Mr*. Floyd; Hub- .
bloom "Either May Pope, Si-month. bard Mr. and Mr R. J Shepherd J1Jhlay r Year Gettillg Teri T.
They're much like folks that .we old daughter of Mr and Mr*. }. R. Mr*. L, E: Fonyth. Billy
1 aU know Pope of Homestead wa winnerof Fonyth Mr and Mr*. K. F Uttlefleld. -
,t Who auddenly assume tint prize In the better baby Albert Llttlefleld Mr. Service Over. Here f
conteit The other winner i
) Importance' In communities and Mr*. Hobart Brockrtt, Mr*.
And merit some attention were announced a* follow: second Cora Brook Mr. and Mr*. Hu-
} Unmitigated praise Well, now, Brent Alford Jr.. 12-month bert Potter Mr. and Mr. Ralph \
, Of court thert'l tome dinentlon. old ion of Mr. and Mr*. Brent Deimond, Mill Dili Robertson
Some people My they've gone Alford; third Melba Davit, 32-

I feign bet, month-old daughter of Mr. and II................................... .
In manners they are lacking. Mr*. t* A. Devil; lourth, 'SamN ,
.:; Will other nil them "newly Sullivan, 10-month-old ton of Mr. Your Dates 'q'
rich" and Mr. O H. Sullivan; fifth
: Without a social backing. Harold Grave, Jr. aeven-month- With Uncle Sam

;' Bauhlnlai are much the ame old Grave pn .of. "Mr. and Mr*. Harold ................... .....H.........
'I They lit tome folks a-twitter
.
.1 i While Other think of branches "A wholesale and retail cigar MEATS, FATS-Brown %tamp
tare, business will be opened In Homestead Y and Z good through Mar.
Of dropping pod and Utter Monday by Francisco Fiestas Red 10-pont stamps A8, B8, 20'1
b \ Well simmered down which In the tort of the Redd Building Dl, U and F8 In Book Four ,
: 1. would you be formerly occupied by' the Peninsular through May 20. Wait kitchen
; SAlt a stodgy evergreen Jewelry Co Mr."Helta with fate redeemed at 3 point plul 4
Or a Jitterbug bauhlnla Mr*. Flelta came to Homesteada I cent a pound.'PROCESSED.
t
That tot one day 1* queen few month ago to be near their ,
FOODS-Green
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t tamp K, L and M in Book Four t
Mar 20. Blue 10.
good through r..,yt.e s.-J Is Dpow i. New 0....
AR, B8 C8 D8 andES
point stamps
--41.So Arwy...., coo"nowHere
t r rk in Book Four good through.
May to.; t. -

SUGAR-Stamp No. 30 In Book 1
Four food indefinitely for I II'' at home we hay restriction. am telepho wenrkc
tie'si pound Stamp 40 good for B .

pound of,canning sugar through 11 M that our men at tU front may have
Feb U of next year.SHOESStamp .
No. II In Book I what they Mod In HUphotio oqulpment. ,
On good through Apr 10. Stamp!
No. I on "airplane" sheet In Book 4
Three good Indefinitely I
'

through'OASOLIN&Acoupollllilood'May B. : BECAUse metal end! other,communication material ore es--i\ ,

i FUEL OIL-Period* 4 and B badly needed In war, It I Ie becoming more and more difficult t"",

Sept.coupon 10.TIRE. remain good through for the telephone company te fill larks 'lqu ts. In fact f*

INSPECTION- Deadlinefor clllnn ore now Insufficient to meet the demands for aenrlce. $.
f
A coupon holder 1* Mar. II;' amass you qualify ei an euenttal user -one whOM telepheM

r for C coupon holder. May 31; Mage I* essential to defense or public health, welfare or te- ,
for B coupon holders. June 30. :
i INCOME TAX Deadline for! ewHy-wt regret that you may experience delay In getting

aaar'L filing 144 declaration of ...tlmated -' .... ,

income and victory; tax. Apr.: When facdhte-are available, they. mint be ""plap4Int'

IS.-_. for enenHal UN"" Then from any facilities remaining, others .'

M /1 will be served In their regular order. We will be glad to toko

is Am i tat your application for service'but a reexmoble time may be
Tlrt'i fall i* road rtmul .:1 .
r teaerarwigaws . W MW not rmty imrfnmt ,. required to determine service con bt fumbhed.

err 'rwi.hI / adrf for Wes wiU H Mm WAR STATES Everything possible I Ia being done te .lesson the elfed if.wortinw .

ibtn redricnora telephone lerrlce. And we.took forward ;

Bm wppoae there were 46 31 communique STAMPS Ie Id.rime when material will.be available,end we can tgablfumlik '

OreBr't M tht horn front . on what YOU see 'III' I the. eprke yen want when pi want k.SNTBESD -


and fcW' Out.battle KM her ia the

w production line and the tufparnng lines arc BEll TnEPHGE m TciKitipi CWWM|

our oamemtioa efforts, our War Bond per IlaaaeeaAtte 1 WF

p chars and other esaemal borne Loot war work. ..

Conservation ;d very ampomat... rmervation

of food ol manpower tnatporauoa communkariom EAT AT ,For News of Homestead and South Dade Read i
and al nnttws By eKmkwfenfwarn
erica
i ol ebettk ierrk,yo conserve aM manpower THE TASTY WAY THE HOMESTEAD LEADERIn

,transportation had and critical material, I Deer Nertk ., City HalT Dade Ceentyj 13: naoe... SOc; 6 mss, TRc; 1 yr.;IM +f '
service.
necessary to provy 'bow that Askan1". Outside Dade County: 1 yrn 2.90 "Ii
+ company ttprti satsdve Roar Dinners
stissclglFT1ON 3ILANK ,
you can avoid waste in your lIMn Order'ad saadwtehee I

'' we of efcctrkirjr. Ice Cream, Sodas ......... ......... Date[ :f.

Mtke wit that your personal t 14 H.W. Third all H** *eteae\, FU.bcle4 .
wtrosmmuni ucrtadicackdtv HOMiaTCAD.' FLORIDA
WASTE flat ,_......*. for wMek please mtH Owl wader'
all
.. : A.vanoa on major 1>--. I
,;. *",...MA*..* ELECTRICITY ,fer -- L... ... .*.*.* let,
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IUST Kt !l$! NAME , .

AL US .->lii.C P,, .0. 11000 .
ct>Mrvr' 3 Ji--j .... , I
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March 17,1944 LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Pace Fir


:.' Years as Sunday School Teacher Surgical Dressings Room I,I4t'st Church. Rediand Red Cross-Room i 1 ;

\158 I !Makes Change in Hours "Sevtral churches of Key West Open Three Days Week
;: Man Visiting Here Recently Honored have been engaged to a "ilmul- a j |j j

Effective Monday, Mar. 20, the lan" revival enmpalgn. Mr. Beginning Mar. SI, the Red-
CreMtord Mkl In a letter to the land Red Cross surgical dressings
: Gen r Archer, whom the Coo- Homestead Bed Croat Surgical '
moua Phi athea claaa Leafeer-Entorprieo.
taught Large con work room will be open only ea f?) J
|reffitjonal) Church of Key West Mn. Battle Baker. dressings work room in the of- |
'I gradations have bran in attend- and
,
Tueidayi Wednesdays
I recently honored Jor U of fices of the Redland Citrus Crow-
yean "following this Mr. ance and a large number of
I Sunday school en' Association packing houae on Thursdays of each week fl'OnI
teaching, spent bit taught claaa member have been added to the
a of older youths the
iweek-end In Homestead S. W. Second ave. will law open to 8:30 p. Jiu announce
Faun and daughter-in-law with Mr. Mi til 193* when his eyesight grew I from 1 to I p. m. dally except \'ajOUl!; churchee" I chairman, Mr*. L. H. Klopp. Pre-
I Mr*. Ben Archer. Monday he went and' M dim he could no longer read Saturday,. and Sunday, Mn. Lee Mr. Crantford'a topic henSunday vloua hours were from I0 .:a. j 1
gto MIAMI. to answer s till to his notes H. Lehman, chairman, announced win be The Need of daily: m room U located In the ,
serve 'Even then Christ In Problem". RedUnd School buildinc. 'i
f M ij I federal juror. when most men yesterday.. The rooms are open Every I
M" The entire dty'i would hove given up, he atlll felt i also on Tuesday evening from t
services Of the can to teach, he again turned 7:30: to 10 o'clock.
J Sunday. Feb. SO, were dedicated to to Junior boyi. Today b* baa a 1 '
fthe
elder Mr. Archer by hit clan of U boys whoa interest hehoMa i ELECT MEN
SERVICE
Church,
At the
I'VtIIlllllerVlee be each Sunday through the Baptist Pastor Returns
|was, further honored when the !
famous story method I From And WOMEN
Homer Rodeheaver, evan. Key West RevivalThe "
Tou can him almost
liellaUe singer end *e every j
Composer, fill. '
ting* aervkemen'i engagement to day la sane atctlon .of tile city Rsv. L, B. CranUord, Pastor ACT NOW
|Key,West, WM loaned to lead thee with a youngiter by the hand. H'I I of the First Baptist Church of
%{'George Archer night" alnglnf. might be In front of Harris Homestead, win return tomorrow :
t
The, following surrounded by a group ef young(from Key Wed where he conducted : e' t ;
article and pie iten, or at the Division street a two-week revival In R preserve fndese Nw
| tur* from
the Miami II
Herald of .
school with
admiring youths the newly organized Poinciana wfckk FIGHT
i Feb. Jft. under a Feb. II Key west about him. TM I"1
'date line, are reprinted by .
Ul permlMlont apee., "It hat oft-tlmet been laid you' CARD OF THANKS Writ Mor r* Secret." *f Sreti,
_I 'Sunday will be never ace Ted Archer, unless he!I IU TotlanoMM, fr veer batkt m
George "Dad" ,
Archer talking kindness to some young, W* wish to express our aln- ; 'I
f. day at
the
Congregational star or pitting another on they!!cere appreciation for the kind
"Now nearing head. lIeU and sympathy extended to FRANK D. UPGHURCH)<< e
his 75th birthday. "How many. boys has he taught'|ui during the loci of our huaband F ;, A N K D.
'Dad' baa taught In Sunday School? He does not'and father. irrcHURCHCOVER1VOJI first on his ar"|ram-FerMHE
Sunday school know. He never kept a record. MRS. J. E. CLOSE
t classes of boys "It la such a man that they II MRS. C. E. FORTENBERRY IS A VBTKBAIf
.tine'm: was 17. honor Sunday at the Congrcgational MARTHA. CLOSE
1 1i church. No other Church !Ie..." MARY JO CLOSE
i ; man In K>y West
has more friends

among the young l i .
boys of this city. \ ;
than 'Dad' Arcl1-' a
CEO. ARCHER 1 j r'

Moat of the time h* has served :
with the Congregational church. mum

j ; "He began his teaching carier 1

with a class of six boys, he recalled .
Saturday. They r.necfln
I get from V to 10 yean. This wa
in the church which was then t
known. Sparka Chapel, now
Fleming Street Methodist church. Railroads are 3
Handling tunes !
'I "Of that claaa two members -
are atlll living.' They are Charles ;::;

Curtis, Francis at., and Orover AI-
bury, 108 Bear Margaret it. It .. itr
!
"After il* yean of teaching In
Sparks chapel tie tranaefrred his
I membership to the 'ntwly: organized -
Congregational church and
U
.. Started teaching a clans of Junior X'i of ajj the slcepjni 1 l cars and
,: aged boya. Thews, teen-age group I.'
attracted his attention Hoi all Ihe '
t niliad coaches
"How did 'Dad get moat of hit
Sunday school bore? Ha took them
,%; off the Streets He converted them now employed in tnoving troops

to the Idea that they should do i f /e./.
! their Haying six days week, but 1111 ,
"J the seventh they should give to
' ,...attendance at Sunday school,
9' "For It yean each Sunday,
'Dad' waa with hU clan.Then ,
! cams the fret World war
a Impressed with the need of rellcloua i
I, work among the boys In the
armed Service he entered theYMCA.
:. HI ". ... made religious
," director of a Y hut to Camp Jackson -
S.'C.: Here he continued hla
.
Sunday achool teaching.
-With the armistice, he went '0
Into troop train service, Boya hemet .
"L. oa, thoM trains lUll write to
Jblrn.

"Concluding that work, he i!I'V- If have
,' ed for'l time with, the city YMCAin you to wait -o I
Jacksonville, where he also
organized a Sunday school cl....
"He1'could not resist, however, .
t returning. to Key-West. The present travel situation to largely But today U',a dJfioront atory. fo many :.. t

.j. "To Percy Roberta. luperlntend- a matter of simple arlthmttl Railroads railroad T Pullman and aoaahoa ar needed to I
tnt of Sunday schools at the Con-
treaatlohal church, 'Dad' Archer art handling three to four times aa'manypaenger move troops that equipment can't" ba spared '

report ,*'Do not give me' a laai; as before the war but. duo to the for extra Florida Mrvtea. Evan large portion r ,

I,win bring my own boyi.' war, they have far lee equipment available of the opus on existing being ha to bo r*- }
"Out to the street Archer 4HOMESTEAD
corners
_again. He met Ernest for civilian UM. ervd tar military uao.So .

Roberta, one of the members of During peacetime,the forida Eaat Coaat It you hav*'to wait for reservations 0" .
., ,
an earlier data. Roberta agreedto Railway able to extra hop will roallaa that war conditions .,
It;! return to Sunday school Harry uses operate aa many wo you )
\\t?' Gregory and then Angel Nay winter trains aa -travel r.\1..... gems of ago hlBy to blame and that wa art dolnfur.boal i

raaja, both former pupils, were the trainau : ..' the "Flarida Special" to moat tha ..uon. Sides ..,.a,.

they met K would order return., and they,.<*too laid were run Was many aa eight complete merit parttoularly' Pullman tq\IIfmlftl..i

"The, following Sunday, seven aecti.na."I'hat made it possible to aoomma. tpnol ba ....... MahuaBy ma ".... at

H', geuag man walked with 'IecI' 'date almost everyone on or about the data they ....,, aM ether ltaMl essential. wl rte

lift acked the Sunday for apace School tore aaaemblyad e...... wonted to leave for their trip homo. must.W. fint.fT ,

TMf was the beginning of the .""" it "
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Samoa Baraca claaa which grew
fa a MtfMy. power In the Congrt-
' ,satie. church for nearly 15 FLORIDA lAST,' RAILWAY \

; yeses, along with the equally tad :

: .. t ,A Fl. ,.,.,., ,..d" $ Itttitutlon # .;' ''' '
ems bays meld **. M Sobs .,
--- seat keep ea ben. r S '*<* .. '
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:m Pan She -"H01IESTE: b LEADER AND ENTERPRISE March 17. 19J4 .:-,,

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I-I : MONDAY MUSIC CLUB TO GIVE CONCERT ,BASE ORCIIISTIA'TO FLAY i OFFICIAL GUESTS TO BE ENTERTAINED :

''R. : ON SUNDAY. MAR. 26 IN BAptIST CHURCH : FOR u WOMAN'S_ ..CLfB DANCE i! TONIGHT BY AD ASTRA CHAPTER, 0. E. S. ., ;:
f Mrs A. F. Arthur i* chairman,'
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A concert will be presented by es and Mn. E. L. Lawrence. I of the dance which the Woman's'I The Ad Astra Chapter of the structor of. District 39, Grand /::
Order of the tt.111 Star will Ruth Father Poppell, and Iran ;:*
1 the Monday Music Club ate 0'. The club win have an evening Club of Homestead will hold In "
meeting! at the home ot Mrs. SamJ. its clubhouse tomorrow night, I I entertain official guest In the I. Framback. representative ot SM-
t clock Sunday evening Mar 28, In F hall at o'clock tonight katchewan.
O. O. I j
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Davis on Farm Lift \fd. Apr. Music will be''provided by an, '
the First Baptist Church of Home- 10 when husband of the mem- orchestra from Homestead Army 1,I when a special program will be Last night past grand officer of ?
tead. Included on the program ben will be special guests Air Field. I presented which has been arranged District 29 were honored by Nar- .
a will be special number by the by Mn. W. R. Bird. anja Chapter. Taking part on the 'rf.
.l1 Honor will Include PutOr.nd program were Lt. Donald James, *}
choral club. WOMAN'S CLUB OF I guest :
; HOMESTEAD CHOOSES "
I Matron*. Angle J. Mank:, vocalist, Mrt. Whitney Beam, pianist *j
The group was entertained this MRS. ADRIAN JACOBS FOR PRESIDENT Katharine E. McKay, NancyeRlckard and S-Sgt. Roy Nelson, vi- -*. "
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week at the home of Mrs, Lee H. ollnlit ,
and Marlon Neebe, Past
1 Lehman, when hostesses were I M. Adrian Jacobs was elected tune Walton, auditor. Mr*. Walter ' Grand Patrons Glenn C; McKay Mn Laura Jackson, chairman Jot
Mrt. J, L. Burton, Mr*. Herman president of the Woman' Club Weiss, president, presided i and Fred E. Mank, Past Grand arrangements UIdhe Si Pat- ';4
t Marks. Mrs. Geo. M. Frick, Mn. of Homestead Monday night. Mrs. Hostesses for the installation Chaplain Esther Livingston Associate rick' Day motif In decoration
i I. P McLean and Mr*. Lehman Herbert Katz was elected first banquet, Apr. S, will be Mrs. Grand Matron Mabelle'Ramejr and refreshment %
Mn. 8. .L West conducted a Vice-president; Mr*. Augustus Wynn, MSs A. F Arthur and' Grand Organist Marjorie
musical quit and other numbers W'IUIfCOIId vice president; Mrs. E. A. Buchanan. I IE. Haines Mae Nixon grand in- Asuae44rrtr. ,;
on th program were the presentation Mn. H. K. Foulk recording secretary
of "Blind Plowman" and ; Mn Jas. L. Bird, corresponding \
"A Medley of NvriiTf Rhymes"by secretary Mrs P. J. FIFTY YOUNG GUESTS ATTEND BIRTHDAY II Do you want ;

J.\ the choral club and a piano Franklin, treasurer; and Mrs. Vir I' PARTY GIVEN FOR MERRY JANICE LEE r
solo by Mrs Letter Doan. --- '

t! Member of the choral club directed chill sauce, and each ot the 17 Mrg. Curtis E. Lee entertained once Stewart Novella Davis Tir- a job like this? .
by Mr*. O. Sewell palmer, members of the class had three SO young guest Tuesday after cy Ellis, Dor Gasman Marilyn .
are Mr. Wm Musselwhlte, Mrs. Wagner Jackie Everett Marilyn
can of chill sauce at her share noon at a party in honor of the t
.. H. Collier Mn. Gordon Ivey, Mn. bf the afternoon' work. Bethea, Betty Torbert Margaret A Job where every :,.
1 frank Hausman, Mrs. Wm. Payne, twUth birthday anniversary of'I Burk, Nedra Ann Hahn, Margaret WANT you work I* an how '
,",n. B J. Bllllngton, Mn. H. L. The University Club will* meet her daughter, Merry Janice. Carp:nter, Geraldine Lewis, Mary I' that help win the war? .
'f Brandenburg and Mrs. S. L. Welt Monday evening at the home of The St. Patrick' Day motif was I Elizabeth: Shiver, Hugo Hahn, Jr.,I I 6
M" I Mrs. J D. Redd Is accompanist. : Mrs; J. R. Rutland. carried out In the decoration and I I Paul Lott, Leland Yelvtngton, David Want a lob that give kill role, & ,
'I Appointment was made of aBominating Chas chance to Increase year at I
Jensen Henry M'et',1John
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.. .... In the refreshments,, fruit juices that
committee composedof H. Strickland; Bobby Gallo Iran : new one? A Job :
I' Mrs. A. M Logan, Mn. J. ana cake, i way Richard Mason, Rudolph gives nw- ePf rSenees, new "
s Tom Vann and Mr*. Brand n.I The CalendarMar. Games Were played and latir I I Hahn, Tom Jackson. Glern Sickle<< friends -a'

I Mart: every one was taken on a tour Win. Hahson, Billy Rawls, Gene Then Join the Women Army
Mixed garden flowers were 18-USO dance I of Monkey Jungle. I I Mullins, Robert Decker, Olen Cor-i{I Corps and take over a vital b" i y
'Used for decoration and lime chiffon Mar. 21-USO dance The guest Included: Mr*. W. bett, Luke B-nson, Johnny tills, In the Army.
: pit altd huts and coffee syqsdredby Walter Tales, Robert Collins. Bob.1 ,
Ruth ,
W. Bethel, Mls Murray .
Redland P. T. A. For full details about the ; .
1 Were served the hostesses .', I I
by ,1 Diane LounVbury, Marlene Lewis, by Shiver, John O. Leigh and ,'
i Present besides those mentionedwere Mar. SI-Meeting of canning W. Hunt A.1 WAC. apply at any U. S. ArmyRecruiting
Rachel Mason, Jennie Mason Janet
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class in Future Farmer clubhouse Station. Or
Mm W. E. Glib '. Mrs.
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Waggoner, Geraldine Douberly ---
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I at 1:30.: ( The Adjutant General 4flS Monltiona -
Vane H Harris Mm Howard L.
Mar. 21-Meeting ot W. s. CiiS.: Janice Kahne Sara Rogers, Ra-i I Mr. and Mrs P. T. Brewer entertained Bid,.. Washington It,
j Johnson Mrs. W. E Rh Mrs.
ney '
Jane &,h.
A F Hood, Mn L. L. Hood, Mrs. Circle :3 I with Mn. Stanley Matthews cticl Carpenter Myra at dinner Fridao :l D. C. (Women In essential warIndustry .
or Joan Elll, H tty and Betty ning for Set Ism MaftrXM and' haunt release from
anal
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La\\ren0Mia B. Mas.ey.
Carpenter Anne Hathaway, Flor; hU bride, the former Ml**,' VVnrstsn'cpRaye employer Fray .p;
Mr C. i Chlpley. Mn R. & i S3-USO dance witttlre I} their or the,8, .
XdK"ndi. Mrs Frank Webb Mrs. fr. h wnU served by PresbxJ Collier of Cincinnati., ployment Service.) '
Ian group ,?*, I REDLAND DEMONSTRATION j'Other.cuest Were Sgt. and Mn. Cveet
W H. Bird "Irs Nellie B. Bridg- '
...-- Mn- ((-Annual xbblqaof| CLIB: TO STAGE EXHIBIT :.1'John Fleming cf Homestead vaod,, .. ,
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RedUnd ttemenifarattoniClub TNt BMUaaft' Home T n ontr-'3 W. Haugertv! of Muimt +sere'eels4 M ,
: f yome I __ ____ .. .(
VOTvTy' DIRECTOR PLANS Hold annual -I i .. ;
f 0 i .- 4i Lion Ciftb+ will its exhibit --'--- --- -- .
TO VISIT CANNING: CLASS' 1 I i Al4r. J a USO dance, Friday Mar 24 in the Bail-I ;
'1"" sulli; I?i M rliuctui of Mar. S --Monday ?All *\ .Club land Won1 n'. 'Club buM!",. I
; Ui ,< ,it nn ii .iii,, ,? clatneiu concert ot 8 P In. In FrstiHapUtt Handicraft and tanned foods
AU the VITAMINS for all the
< ,.1,1' in 1)i i' C'iuntcx. Church nltjnMrir "< will b' on display. family
ye, I.. \ ''sit li H'mntcad, CRI'I.' 28-Meeting! ofJennie '
pi-- ixs' whiter i 'TIt.*" in the Lob tiJl Circle with Mn. Ridley. ,,', 8. C. S. OI1* BEOLAVD I at lust a FEW PENNIES a DAY ,
Tutor farmer' clubhouse Tu:s- Crawford HAS LUNCHEON MEETIVG
lay i' 1) SO, announce :Mr. Gets.N. Apr. S-Meeting' of B.P.W.C. at The Redland W. S. C. & told
> Wakefield teacher. ,.home of Mrs. Herbert Kali. its March meeting at the homeof
i Jk vemtable soup mixture will. : Apr Covmd dish luncheonof Mr, Frank Stillman.I I
tie cooked and canned during South Dade Garden Club at After a business meeting and
Y i- the lesson home of Mrr O. W. Calkin a covered* dish luncheon the "
Anyone Interested may Join the Apr. 10-Evening meeting of members sewed on quilts. I _
I class at that time" Mid Mn' Monday Music Club with Mrs. Present were Mr*. A. M. Viv
Wakefield but hew members will! Sam J. Davis. /: t' ien, Mrs M. A. Baker, Mrs. D.
1101'be added later | Apr. 12-Meeting of Redland M. Brannon Mn. Elbert Rd, I'5One
j This I ,IVO-S nlrI:1:) Neighborhood Club wig Mr*. Sam Mrs. H. J. Armstrong and Mrs.I
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was to the t. Davl Stillman. .

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R nhis root MBfJeattM row Ass
L ll with kaova maatitiei of*iia>

" I PLENAaONS, also; -cenaia NIAdNAMIDE.!.' Mina! So, .wrj. against vinous
CALCIUM PANTOrHENAtEViecssain.i Dw :cekinqrt Son the'vise PkrrVlumia t-

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: March 17, 1944r HOMESTEAD LEADER AND_ENTERPRISE Para _Seven_


1IImIi..' '''IJ. 11.,11,11I'.1111.11.. 1.1.11 !.11IMMI b-1 ''',J'''','' 1111..11..... '"'1111111' 111111IM1,11 "III", spot n: dlng blood by telcphlnV 14':

to the blood bapk he,!dqu rjera :
ADDMON'rAL' SOCIAL
EVENTS *
;in Miami.
CLASSIFIED :
mmE
I' "yimmunuvuu.u..n' : .... ..... uuu+, uu ,u nun, un w v um nunnt In addition to providing I rerve -
< for resident of the district,,

NEEDS DONATION OF 'the blood donor has Mla satis* t
USO PHONOGRAPH j I: : First insertion lOe line, Subsequent tn-erthml
faction of knowing th.Cm, ofjl 't '
: AND RADIO REPORTS NEW iIJ So I lint
DIRECTOR the plasma will be forwardedto __._UUuuu____ __ _ .'..
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'. the battle front to save lives .
The USO o( Homestead seeds In charge of checking was Miss ''! ..
I of our 1ft:1In service. FOR RENT IfOGs-boar.. barrows, guts, bred
a radio and I victrola, according Myra Bell. Iced cakes, coffee and I ,I I sows. any slM. MODEL A MOTOR .1

a who limeade were aerved. ROOMS and apartments. Reason. TRAILER, A-IO AVERY I
to Mr*. A. E; Paul director I I HEART ATTACK 'I'
that the needed article will i able rate, hot water and show M..OW. 0. Do Cash Phone ) ,
fcopes JOILVNIE: McGINMS MARKS (Continued From Page One) ers. palms Hotel. Florida City Us-J. (m17tqYPUNG I ,

be donated.It BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY : Smith, Frank L. Me waln. Ivan -
have one In the attic or I I" FOR SALEROOM Jersey-Guernsey much.
you The ninth birthday of Johnnie Moeer. David C. Williams, D. L.
i I cow with "_k-old heifer )
cellar In need of repair," she McGlnnl wa celebrated at al I Bowen and Ceo. Ranson. Honorary -
; ,'- house plus small apart S. 1. Dickinson across tram
asks "why not let It birthday party given Monday afternoon pallbearers were: Mayor A
ui tee we ment in rear Lot 80x150 r. So. hospital Homeetead.
can repair ItT by her mother, Mrs Russell J. Harris, B. C. Murphy, T'I I Krome iv. (Key West highway!).
"A word of. appreciation," Mid McGinnls. ;I f Deden. Frank B. Rue J. w. Enllah Homestead. Lights water aew RARE: TROPICAL TREES, shrubs ; .f

.Mn Paul, "should be said for Upon arrival of the guest, milk' O S. Jeffrey, E. L. I er. Wrlti Box A-140, car Lead ornamentals, palms Phone Cal. 1

tike many hours of volunteer service and cool!:* were served and 'linger, Paul Reynolds, E. L. CaP-J I er-Enterprlae. Priced exceptionally kina, 6U-W, I at w.-of Florida I i

which Mr*. W. E. D. Ward, ter fame were played and I rence, Harry Coopr and t low. (pmll at). (jUtI)
.fO/ I
Wife of our rec-nt director has gifts' were opened the /i Young.Mr. \
'. given to the USO. She win be cake was served with Ice : Close was born In Fort- A REAL BARGAIN ONJ-ROW: Potato DiggerW j
The I Meade Tla. Aug. 31, 1811 Hi I power take off Frank H. Bra.pecker. I' r
guests Bow
jnlssed greatly In many ways. The were: Patsy T-ROOM HOUSE: on plot fronting .

best wishes of the communlty'go'with ter, Claudia Campbell Amelia attended WauchuU High School ISO feet o* &.Krone ave. and ...,......-(fIMt-) : ;

Mr. and'Mrs.; Ward,' and Jk it Witt, Rella' Fay Davis; Donnie and was I' gradual In account I. 300 feet on Lucy ... (Horn*.' LOST

hoped that'lOme'day.tfwlll be Ruth Davis Christine aney from La Salle University. I' stead-Florida City line). Ughts.'

possible for them once again to worth. Maxine Walker, He had been In the U. S. postal water, sewerage. PrIce unbeUevably LOST: On Federal Highway northof

visit Nay USO. Garrsh Shirley Mae Klllin"'l service since 1913, and for the low. See owner on Princeton, whit pocket book

.TheutOar""'Sittalydonight Joyce Easier, Irene past 1< 'years had served Jn the. premise. U4, a. Krome ave. .Including billfold with paper 'I

dance are scheduled for this Jean Carpenter, Jackie Ruth Phillips I Homestead post office. Key West highway). or address and ration coupon*.1Cep money
week and next The Florida Keys Elaine Bernecker, Warren He t* survived by: his wife Box 7U. Homestead. (pm31 and additional reward offered.

Orchestra will play for next Tues- Beam Cecil Walker, Carson Beam the former Miss Matty tang Phone 59.-J.lX. (Mar ll) !. ;r
yfay nlght'a daftce. which; I 1s to be Bryan Beam, Jr., Roy, Bobby and to whom be Wit married in HIS MILK COAT-good condition

sponsored by the Redland P. T. A. Charlie Walker and Baby Ver- at WauchuU; throe daughter. gentle. W. B. Myrick.: (24 S. PERSONAL t' .
Extra entertainment f'aturei are Ian Rogerlee Sizemore. Mini. Martha Close, who arrived Krome av
promised for Thursday night1 Adults present were: Mrs, Cecil Monday from New York Mrs. (pmlT PLAY. THE PIANO ...am; h

dance, and refreshment w'll! be Walker Mrs. Varian Sizemore and C. E. Fortenberry of Florida City a ".:lreth.r course": using key'r

: served by the women of the Presbyterian I Mrs. Dozier Booster. and MU Mary Jo Close of Homestead 100 young laying Leghorn pul board harmony. I lessons for 1 .'

Church. Those ending gift were: Mr*. ; a brother, Albert Close of lets Fine stock f I.50 each. H. $10. Phone TIM-1 ,:

American Legion I Auxiliary E. S. Pickering, Mrs. C. O. Rose, Avon Park. Fla.; and three sisters Hetnlein, Coconut Palm dr. K (Mar. >0. 17.14) (

tm"e: the leadership of its presi-I Marlin Stevenson, Carolyn Allen, Mrs. Charles Taylor of Palmetto mile W of Redland rd. (pml7) FREE If Excess: ''acid causes/you :

dent. Mr*. Wm. J. Ceronlmo, Bobby Jean Stalling, Joan Burllngham Fla. and Mrs. Walter Pace' pain of Stomach Ulcers, Imti '
and Mrs Carl Hannah of S MULE: HARNESS horse
and Keith Eaker. mower ,
ft sponsored the dance on.M.r.. 11 gestlon. Heartburn Belching
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,1 chula all of whom wu-I old pump house V tank
c Mrs. Ben Roberts, )'Ira. Edw. Noraman. .. I cam pump Bloating. Nausea Oat Pain*. c
for the funeral direct current gasoline engine &
Mr*. H. O. Hall and Mr*. BLOOD ROUNDUP get free ample Udga, at }
frank Rue served Jt the !' pump. T. R. Doyle, core Richardrd I Brown'
mack i 1 LEGAL NOTICES Pharmacy. (pJ7)' ; '
Coconut Palm
dr. <
Wormed pmlT
Miss
bar H'len greetedthe Cnntinu-d From Page One) --
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guests at the door and Mr.. trlct Chamber of Commerce, who I!I NOTICE Or APPI rTAtlOW F0. I I TURKEY EGGS for setting. F. C. WANTED .
Ceo. W. Turner had charge of the is a member of the central committee -' TAX DEED I' Peter Ranch Coconut Palm dr., I
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ChM4w sans-an. IMI i WANTED TO RENT-In Homestead ;
checking. Mr A. for the blood bank.
Rothenberggave :
Fib A .4.l | Princeton. Phone 500. (mlTtf) ,'
out ticket for the door prize Having this credit," said )ft.j, Notice Is hereby given that J. A. oneor two-bedroom r

which was won-by Pvt. John Al- Carson "mean that our Bechard and Lure V. Bechard hi*1 1 Denting heavy duty tryplex house or garage apt. by couple \

JiBito of the OTU. Home-made cm draw immediately re.lden"I wife, holder of State and I pumP. capacity 100 gallons per that has been resident here 13 .A

gingerbrad, hot coffee and fruit blood bank without Comity T.I OrtlflMl. M* IIIM4 read* minute up to 100 pounds presure. month Phone 2 during busl .,'
the Ilk dV tt Jul,. A. D. '''1. k.. NM For lieu hour
belt
punch 'were lime!, precious t'me seeking donors, drive. Pries ..
KIM ta ., "NM. sad ku ..... ...,....
At the Saturday night dance,an and lost minutes might mean the, How for a MI *-* U .. litm.4 tlwiv. S22300. SO PIANOS wanted. Highest price !
unusually large number of sol- life of anyone: of us in a time oil I Mid brtlrlMl. wash it w the Mlowhi .. t -Demlng high head bronze fitted paid. Any style or alii. Braun ,
srrU.a Fr.ewwy 4. tile County .f Me.
tiers centrifugal with 3500
and OCS boys were present emergency ; Out of norhta, UwltlL pump Piano House 2380 N.W 7th St. I"
At the snack bar were T-Srt. Donation of blood will start: IS, ...** 1.. OMitnl Park. kuMMibn. speed ball bearing 3 horsepower Miami.
Hubert U'bc| and Cpl. Benjamin at 9 .. m. and continue until 1 Plat. Bwk I. P... ". In I motor complete with starting (d 17U) r
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W. Crevel'ng. The hostess at the]Ip. m. In the roundup of Mar. 261 the TIM CoiHtr_.at-nt Dado tt sold Slow pruMttF Florid.sods switch. Ideal for large sprinkling WANTED: Ducks 50 _k-15o I .(

door was Mr*. Moaley Barker, and at the Sacred Heart clubhouse IM MM. MttlfkaM was to UM MUM aft ')'Item. Price 122100, lb., Ft J, Box 201 Homestead ..
I OM. B. .,..,,_ Ir. Tr. of fine '
nxt to the Catholic Church In. Large quantity 2H standard -
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UnlMt MM MttUkcto .n W Mtmimit I'
Dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs.J. Homestead 'somerdws to as, the Property de-r./hed galvanized p'pe' in full WANTED-Repklr work stone t .,
D. Wysong Sunday were: Mr. i Procedure In obtaining blood or,.......<. will M oM M UM kl._ kUdnM .l lengths with some fittings building! cement work roofing, y'
'plasma I simply to obtain a written IW 0.1"t 2door OT live find Moo.in f slightly' used. etc. 11th Hour Mission, Box 66
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II and .In. J. H. Newton Mr. and In tto iMMh i April. 114, vhkhIk. la
Mrs.. W. H. Newton, Miss Mary not from any one tr4 MF April. I'''. Phone or set Homestead. (dlOf
mom I .
DOW this MiM d.y rrkraanr 1044.L I MAGRCDERrUMP :
of the central committee estsblth -
Nicholson, Pvt. Graham McElroyand .
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LBATREKKAN.CbHl I need with without
or
grove
SUPPLY CO. I
Albert Newton j the fact that the person *t home 3
needing blood Is a resident of Doc. C..sq. P1ariIa. Coconut Grove Fla. prospect wafting
the Redland District. (et1I Cow Cwt.b I Drop me a postal or call J. K:, ;
N. Co 1T..E1T. D. C. Dora. 22463.. Miami at r."
my ex.prose. \
Member of the central com- (Fah. .... 5. I" 17. 1t"1 _ .
CHOWDERBAR. mittee are: S, J. Lynch, Dr. J. rrr MBi4 Reverse. charge
NOTICE Or APPLICATION rot I
A. Smith Dr. Carl F. Robinson, TAX DM0Nntlc. .
Lawrence Becker, P, B. Bird Mr. b hmlv show tk.1 W. R. Mare II r
'a ladder M weds in W City MUKl Tell CAB SERVICE & L Kendrick
:J. Harris '
Carson Mayor T. MrsI:I_11_ Numbered IWM, 4>M UM 4tk 'kt
Charles Pope and Mr*. W. J. day rf July. A. D. loss ... filed sold
HE-MAN CONCH CHOWDER
Krome. j Cvt!,..... hi . CIVE8 TOO "VVTM. VIGOR ............. sr .a do" M I-w ..- at reu aWe rate
AND VIGGLE" It' Is necessary only to contact MMTMMI with I.... SAMmbrMM cordnewle PEACE: '
member of the committee UM following .....rI.. peae.rise .' 1
toy:
Chill Steaks one ,>H_U4 hi DM 0.._. FbrMv tt ..tt. Day Phone ':.......... 9108
Chops .i secure the needed written verlflcation Lot U IM W 10- at. Liberty Park Birth. Certificate amt ethet .- f

In N.; E. Second ArenaetJ4 I. the procedure of residence further To In help ell speed:* of j AMmvi.Clip ."T Phi Miami(...County a. PM."(M.UM O..M<., I Night Phone ........ 239 lament acknowledged and wit. ;

N. IV First Street state rf rbrUb sewed..
I emergency, Chairman Lynch has' Th a.-.w tt MM praWwy ..orethe I .
MIAMI. FL%. made arrangementsWhereby he I CwtIM.w ....... I. he a_ d I HOMESTEAD CAB SERVICE i J :
I' U.._ union sold ow"Ifleake .bell Odd Fellenv Bill ,,'
can verify residence of the perJ J : P. O. Planuoer, Prep I ,
wA ..d..d ..esediq Ie .._... tax deed .:1
w; W. lt St. Hemestrsd, Pie 1' .
;will IHM thane M tlw stud "y WM.rok. -_.. I,I "
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Dated this lath day" A. D. .
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of Chrall C Mwt.
IM CwnV. florlu,
(chase bawl Built! '
I ar M C,.ITEIRKTT. P. c. ; PETER PAN ::
1 trek IS, 94. Mm,. .. I*. U. l'
NOTM'lt OP APPITAtlONPOa .
TAX DIED

r Nock t. ....nU.. linn Brig that El'.n.tkHminowl I: ASSOCIATE GROWERS : '
Md.r'M -lmii r( Cltr At
I Mi-mi T..'Mrurinto 'Htmlmt *M, 1 '
i data the w.. ST of J.. A. D less kMM : Phone Miami 43-2100, Kendall, Ha. .
A . ....II'
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Pan Eight . HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ERTERPRISE, March 17, 19....
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The Rev. .C. E Johnson of Decatur -
Ala., It visiting his ton-ln- FtXRnA CITYBy 4 .
In and ground I I law and daughter, Mr. and Mr*. vraireawMr. lewder JAMES ARCKKEHOSItTAl, NEWS IIIIITB i;
J. T Tomerlln. Mr. Johnson I* a
'former resident of Homettead. ,
t and Mr David Canugia,
7 'I former residents of Miami, are Mr. and Mn. Cox of Florida
Homestead Mrs. Cuttaf KUnktlck: of She.boyftn occupying the Leach bungalow. City are parent of a daughter
Wl4 I* visiting her IOn Mr. Carnegie ha taken position born Mar 10 In James Archer
. t and daughter-ln-ltw, Cpl. and a* assistant to C. F. Howard,: Smith Hospital
, ; ,Mr*. Cuttat Kllnktlek Jr. at : Medical patient this week
their apartment at 1M N. W. stead. were Mr*. FranclVhltten of
t Dr, and Mr*. I. M. Andersen Hunter Harden will return to third et Miami Beach Mr*. Robin Bryant
of Kingston, R. I, are announe-''Key 1 Wilt today after a visit with of Princeton, Baby Earl Lee,
r lot the birth of a second child,''i relative her*. Mr. and Mrs, Fritz Schroeder Jr, of Florida Qty and A. P.
Katharine, on W.r.-8 Dr. Anderq -' Mr. and Mn. Andrew Panty of were Wednesday gusttt of Mr. Galloway and CUff
Campbell of
ten. who was formerly a mem.)i Cleveland, O,, arrived here Sunday and Mn. E A. Chase of Miami. :
f Mn. Harry Cooper was 111 at Homettead.
night for a visit with Mr.PantT.
t bar of the Subtropical Ixperlmen! ]her home several day Ut week.Mn Mr Svet- Surgery patients were: Mr*.
Joseph
. lilier.
I Station staff In Homestead, It now Harvey Newton, petty officer Chloe Swarti of Miami and Mr*.
, lay, and his niece, Mrt. Zek Mar.tin.
connected with this department of first class, USN and Mn. Newton Labon Blthop Jr.
I Gary Holdrum and Gary, Mr and Mr*. Panty have Mn. France
t( horticulture of Rhode Island State Mr. and Mn.J. Malrllo, Glenn
'. Jr, are vesting in Daytona Beach bought a place In DeLand and are visiting Simmons and Everett -
I College. 1 with Mr. and Mr*. Roy OtUen, will leave to take possession of Newton this week: Petty Officer Douberty of Hometttad. The
I Newton hat returned !condition of Mr .
jut Wm. Ewing It
brothr-ln-law and lifter of Mn. H a* lOOn a* tt It ready for occu-
Mr and Mr ,J. M. Gaffney, Holdrum. Mn. Otteen Ja m of pancy. from the South Pacific rod will ,lightly improved. ... .'
I Who have told their horn on the pneumonia. report to San Francisco after hit
t Federal bwy. opposite the Tapa I 30- ,\ Mr. and Mn Barney Bishop of SIRENS
1 tdmoods Mr*. It O. W.rdh.. former[,:Fort Lauderdale and their daughter -- %
Mitt Joy Ann Calkint, and here I', Lillian, and Mr. and Mr*. Jack' and Bob Douglas of (Continued From Page One)
I'' Jngton Mich. Mr. Oaffney plana two-year-old ton. Robert Calkin Wm. Cudd of Arkansas were Charleston, s. C, are expectedfor ad to die down to the aer/ point
to dltpaeoi of his property Ward, arrived for two') a abort Matt with friends This be
them and Monday a Sunday guests of Mr. and Mr* signal can repeated
)\ rioridt.Mr then locate again In month visit with Mr*. Ward' par. W. K. HIM at their horn on here next week: .... I The sirens will go Into active:
cots, Mr and Mn O. W. Calklnt. J Rcdland rd. ute Monday, Mar. 20. report FIrE
\ Pfc. and Mn. Frank: Mkhaltkl Chief R. X. Sherard, and at no
*. S. L Dicklnaon left Wedbeaday visited friend In Fort Lauder. time will blasts longer than 15
.j ; Hurteboro Ala, dale Sunday seconds be sounded, in order to
to attend a family reunion to beheld avoid eonfuilori with air ld1JD.1I.
In honor of the return of And You're Only Aiked to Buy War Bonds Mr*. L. J. Walkup ha recov. which art of two-minuter
her brother. Caps Frank J:. FrrelU end from her recent Illness. duration. .
e USAAF, after a Tear of air I ,

combat service In China. The revnlon _ _
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will be held it the home
.. i of Mrt. Dlcklnaon'i brother-in- 1. ::,,
law and .I.ter. Mr. and Mrs. J. 3Chamblla .
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*, and other attendingwill .
} be Mr. and Mrt. Oto. Terrell Give Your No
Cast off Longer ed. dClothes'
t of Atlanta.Mr. and Mrt. A OLongworth ,

,... Thomatton. G*., '+h Iij
and Capt and Mr*. rerrell and
baby daughter, Sharon. Capt Ter- : /
{ ,.11', wit and the daughter who and Household:Articles '

\' was born after his departure for
\ China, have been making their . "
: 1 home with Mr*. Terrell' parent to the '
: } In Pittsburgh. Mr. Longworth It
I 1 the former Mla Alice Terrell of
Homeitead.Mrt. .
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i Ja. F. McCrtrr, the former x
t Mitt Lot Behrena, I* employed RED CROSS RUMMAGE SALE aw
In the Miami tax 1_- . .e
aor't office. Capt. McCrary It aer- rrl .
vine a* chaplain In a North Ireland ,ij
t base.Mln .


Robinson Joy are te expected and Miss norm Patty from To Be Held, Saturday, )1... 18 ,'). :

Montverde School on Trlday, Mar. ......-.. ,
.A T..n.q Dem rwd gees ww.
I 24 for their spring vacation They ""
will be accompanied by a claw in Walker Bldr., Krone and Hagler
t mate, Mitt Wanna Jo Richard- This ad I* a contribution to Amulets ..nou'I'll' effort by

ton of St Aufuitln*.

Brooker Lumber Company ...
Mr*. Clifford B. Gould of
Birmingham Mich.. It visiting mONK II HOMESTEAD. FLOUDA
her husband, MaJ.) Gould at the ,
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; Homestead Cottage Court. -- ------ -
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: t th* Rev .:;-;*. R. H Spear

! of Tort Myen have been guests
.for several day of Mr and Mr*.

.. I Roy Murray. REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZERS,

1 Miss Mary den Bearing began I
I work Tuesday a* an assistant In te
; the office of Dr. Roy: XUaworth: ,
,I y Miami dentist Mill Bearing spent
Jut _11-<<14
here with her tp.
father and mother Mr And Mr ;
Harold Lumpkin.


The Rev. Creo. E:, Dwel I
*n Cult abatit fertilizer
( Influenia patient m year rungs

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Mr*. Augustus Wynn la recovering .j meats fer the cemiRg.year. .z
from a mild attack of Influent .. ,,,
r *. She tpent the wMk-end: L t ,\ 'j

to Hollywood Due to l8Vernmeltt.repletieR; and sbert.a.?<,:; .r't.; "

Mr I. H. Robert,. Jr., It vltJtlng "n "
relative la Nocatee.Mr ; /. *';/t '. ages of several materials we"will mi be) able to '%..:;!"S


'day'to*. spend Roy Derby several left day Wedne to MI-*. mace ALL of oar regular mixtures. Rut(we will' :','/sYa \ ,

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and with her broth n-law and \ '
Mr. and Mr*. J. C. Darby, ':., '
and to attend a aerie of meetlnf de ir beet to supply as near as peeeibk what <,
at the Miami Primitive BepttttChurch.
Mr. and Mr*. J. C. Darby Y04 will need. ,
ad their ton*. Don and Paul. .
wm guests Sunday at the Darky I .
'barer hers ,.,
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