Title: The leader-enterprise
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00639
 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 24, 1944
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00639
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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:. Ask Easing ,of Mandatory Unit ,

; i Of One. Deferment i To 16 Acres '1

, .1 :)Tt1fq.to Prices 'Tumble : LCHANDLER, ,( IN DELEGATION) .



'r ? jTomatoe*, which were bringing Magma l for Warfront aMS&uth''Daie
".10 her last week tumbled to

$U.M by Wednesday. Object of Donor Roundup Here Sunday \

"Pink*", tomatoes starting to ] Parents invited to See Proposal that the war unit +I,

ripen were bringing M.80 to HOC Resident of the Wind District tlon, donor are advised to come I VD Film ,With Pupils measure of one deferment for \
per field crate at till Florida City will rally at the Sacred to the roundup without break- sock II Icret' a grower ha In
State farmer Market tort weak, Heart clubhouse ta Homesteadfrom fait Immediately fpUowiag); In Redland yesterday, pupil of
,.' but this week the price had t to 1 o'clock Sunday to each donation coffee and doughnuts the Junior and senior high schools cultivation be not mandatory but
dropped to $100 five blood that will supply will be served to the donor were given a venereal disease left to the discretion of the state. ,I
However, fta Monday, when plume for the armed force and by the ladle of the Altar Society program consisting of three Him, director. ot selective: service wa.
91.SO wa* the highest being offered bolster'the credit ., South Dad of the Sacred Heart Church., a talk and a queatlon period. mad et St. Augustine Monday by

hen for pink they wars in the 14 County Blood Bank. Coffee without cugar and eerContinued Dr. Frank X. Quillman, bead representatives of Florida agriculture 1
quoted la southern market center The clubhouse adjoin the Catholic ( en Page Four) of the venerlal disease control
at $T to M Pr JO pound crate. d1IJ'C1which to t ,bock
division of the county health unit,
At the Hint time the regulargreenpacked southeast .f the port office. Luther U Chandler of Goulds, r
prevented this health to
program .
tomatoes wars be- Blood donation will be accepted OPA PRICE CUT the boy, and his feminine assistant chairman of the labor division of 1
lot quoted at 14 to $<.
from persons enjoying Dr. M B. Byrne, It to Florida '
Local farmer admitted that gave the ,, Vegetable Committee, .
normal health who are not under1 the girl ,}
there to torn ION by spoilage and II or over 00 yean.of age, HALTS MAKINGOF The some will be was among those who advancedthe
further culling when the pink but persons under tl mutt have program pre- proposal at the state bea)- ;,
s are repacked by broken or the written. permission, of .theIr '( TOMATO tentedto' the pupil ot.J.03Mttead'nlgh quarter..of nlertr etrvke. ..
"" GS School tram the ninth
''*>"'--wlioleale house woo buy from
> parent or legal guardian Those The war Unit measureof II ,',
Wednesday next
grade on
up .
the truck that let them ,
ever 00 muit have written approval week. It will be given to the acre for every deferment wa ,
but MUM were at a loa to *e-
their physician. OPA ha ordered manufacturesto -:
of, made mandatory several week
girl In the morning and to the
count tar the bit differential, Since at least four hour make a reduction of three ,,0. In other sections where ;
In the afternoon.
twecn what the truckers pay the should elapse between eating cent in the price of tomato lUll, boys Parent are invited.SEVERSKY there are kjmdredi/ of acre to a' of;
.farmer and ,the price the whole- and.the.making of a blood,doaa'I and aa a .....ult the manufacture ;farm, and where th* nature of
...1..Cet.eJ.oL., ot them container has been ,die- the farming make one man y
The drop In tomato price vat continued It ""If'Jtlme4 yesterday -
with adequate farm machinery, 'i
attributed by shipper to the act Davis. Contrails India VISITS capable of taking cart of..11 or "
that Mexico hat begun to ship And U. S. in Lions TalkThe Shipper have been forced to I more acre, this war usury, ' from TJ to 100 car of tomatoelld.U.lIIto press uaed lug Into service, but ATC BASE MAKES unit might work It has barn, ".
the United State, while, democracy of America 'I the supply of these \\t extremely ; pointed out. In the,Florid*,,vtgr- .,\
the Dariia section shipment are wa contrasted with the cute limited and unite the OPA order table growing area however,thin 1"
'heavy and the Florid west coast system of India by Sam J. Davis ,to rescinded to encourage ,the .... AIR PROPIIESIFl; unit la many 'case* doe,not allow )
wUl ,start shipping.next week Tuesday nlgbtethe.. Redland i aumioLof tomato. dug manufacturt the farmer more Inan .... .'
Bean,-what Them was left.o;1 I District dials C nbads't',' talk ,.
; the tuf wUI probably b*,out for one deferment- In some S&" .o\t
; them got a hot in the arm this wherein he pointed out ,how easy a* a tomato shipping.container for Homestead Field waa the scene not even" that J
*".Oak and went back up to $373 II may be to low the freedom the duration. Luther L. Chandler, o(> flight Into the future recent ot i
and ,3T)0.: One 12-.cre field' which the people of the United chairman of the. Dude County W-n n', Major Alexander P. The representative 'agriculture
Whet* temainmg crop had been states take for granted. Agricultural War Board laid Sevenky, visitor there, told future at Augustine Monday,
set down aa a complete lota,' vat' .;Nxt-k vY3.1C'Sims )'Iltercla,. civilian airmen what the'according to Mr. Chandler, re'J
told for 2400 "an*several similar '- ot Miami will be the guest (peak_ "Some other container prices coming commercial.era hold I quested t
Mlvage dews were made tV were revised upward Chandler Speaking in. hi* familiar role ofa t. That the late director *t 1
Squash, MM, took a Jump from ..lei. "and since the tomato to listed prophet the author of "Victory 1 selective service be empoweredto ,
1190. .,la;f 4.00 per hamper a* an essential food 'It to difficult Through Air Power" 'put future I raise or lower the war unit
fr''r ,' H.ILS..Senior Play understand why the tomato flying on an every-day bad schedule a* may be proven to
Choral Club to Give To Be Given Mar. 31 lug was elected for uch Navigational skis would replace him necessary for production
Concert Sunday Night a drastic reduction" skill, to that the average .man the crop concerned
Thumb Up", a three-act comedy would follow a highway-ln-the s,. That there be act up a plan
A concert by the Choral Club will be presented b.th_ seniors iky of electronic The pushbutton whereby each farmer will be ...,.- t
, .. of the Monday Music Club will of Homestead High School DR.IRAJ.HAYNESTAKEN ,would take a man with one lifted a* to acreage, *season pt'tJoIcuctlon
be given at I o'clock Sunday evening In the school auditorium. next drink too many ..rel1l1om*. The and manpower; that with>
at the rim Baptist Church Friday: Mar 31, .tl, ,. m.. under rocketinlp would arrive at It* ta these limit the farm opera
:. .Mr*. O. Sewell' Palmer to a. I the direction 'of'Or B. Black. BY DEATH destination before the sound of, tor be allowed to ask for and receive
rector and Mr*. J, D. Redd, mm. its flight>> would catch up with It''' deferment for labor **-
planltt. The play deal with the Joy -
Selection will .be liven by and sorrows of the Kincald family Dr. Ira J. Haynes. 77, retired :
James R. SkulL specialist, et The children lara an underground physician died Mar It at his ConstabJctttutshootg Arvid Roberts, :,
home In Sevilla after a brief Illness ;:1
.Richmond Field movement and get mixed With
The public to Invited to attend. up with the black market. funeral services were conducted Amuck .' Uncle's "Machine. Gun" ,
at I p. yesterday at"urner !
funeral Home by the Rev
' :Second IIHS Bcbf.11 Game of Season Ceo tL Hick of Miami Shore,i I Arvid Roberta last might wa the road with a rifle," said theconstable.
'I ; I former pastor of the Homestead I anti; Ina' critical condition at .
'Shted Here W dRe d y With Ponce Presbyterian ,Church, of which Jams Archer Smith Hospital asa ""I said. : '"Arvid: put that gundown
.1 I Dr. Haynes was a member. Burial result of two bullet wound bathe and come on with ire rn ,.
WM In Palm Cemetery at Naran- kg and one In, the abdomen take you home just a* I have bo-
By Edwn lawrenc. that his charge wU. Improve a. J' Inflicted Sunday morning by fare whoa you were drunk.. You
4 homestead High SchooT the, mema.'lwoltraeee. Surviving are his wife Mr*. O Constable Frank Irwln after know 111 give you *aua a deal" k
Grower lost. their Ant baseball Homestead ._ 060 ItO 6-14-0 t. Haynes: two ion. Cecil A. Robert, "crazy drunk", bad Bredon 'Arvid answered, TtoH,.no, I r\
..j geese of the season to the Miami Beach _000 MO x J-l-1 Hayne of Houston Tn:. and H. htal from behind a tree Bear slot coming with ;you I'm goingto
,Miami Beach Typhoon Wednesday Members of the team are Billy Leroy Rajme of Richmond V*.. the hem of his uncle Lotto : kill all of toren' .family and
In Flamingo Park, Miami, lame' Wayne MeMiHHn.Mwfpky .. Iowa who came here for the funeral ;Bobeew, In Florida Cur ,you too,"
., log The score of: to I. Donald Neatly BarryWiop two'grandchildren; a liter, Miss Irwin wa called to Florida "With that he started. shoot.Ing. .
With only on practice under ..Joe 91111cor% Sera Bionao. Emma Names of Bentoo Ark., City about 10 a. m. Sunday by a .".
: 1ktr bH. the Grower onto Wayne Lawrence BWy .Jaceko and a brother a.. U Haynes of phone call, from neighbor Who BoberUr. first bullet wentthrough '
. Irhiyenitke Beeeh bean but const:M1 atmmaii, Robert SuiMvwt Hanel .nag. .Ark. aid a *aa* wise a gun wa reusing the ten front 'door 'of'
not a****. Several time Borne semi .TOMBV Harrl,,? ,OMvteoliajilet Dr. Arms wa born Aug.. 10 tneMa at the Loren Robert Irwto car paced ,through the
5 atoaAi rating players failed to I* manager. I ION. In Hancock County, Xy He place on.Jferta Cave ...., back of tit* *et. two Inches
.Mt to the ...... The Grower The Grower. win go bto'ao- was graduated front the University '-,. came down Cave *v*. from from Irwlnl hip and lodged In
.made 0 hit*,to Miami Beach'' *\ ,den again when they meet Ponce of Tennessee M 1M1 and.- In the north and was almost at I I.1 the tower part at lie rear taat. ,l
"lUll no errors t* th*. Beech'* !.. d. Leon on MM Hsnhssteed. HtgaOenthMed medkio, from the University of Loren'l plate:when t., Hw Arvid Irwin eeaptled bit revolver .t
coach raw wrty is cantldo st '( .:M pe Bight).' I I .(Conve Bred <. Pigi.S eveI behind !w. tale"on.the can tide of (Continued an Page rlwsae )

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I CpL John WWchard whore.. E.C. Chronister to Open I tended the public oy trie putoi
)f ELM tunvsd from maneuvers in Texasand the JUT. M. :E. >arer.NO" '
Graham Headquarters '
i ] I Louisiana' i lday furlough I
OUR MEN IN SERVICE at his bane her left for Homestead headquarters ot the,

Louisiana Monday Orahsm-for-Oovemor Club wW

\'*, .. .' .., .. ... ... ... . be opened Monday In the old'
j --- -------- - - -- Mr and Mr, R. H. Done re- post office quarters In the M P

, Capt. Clement Russell BOLD FAMILY 44IPN turned early this week from Walker building at Krone and'
Now Being Processed Chas. G Turner. "'J t13N. who Bainbrldge Gowhere they vV "'\ Flajler avenues with E. C Chron
has been here with, its parents ad their son Trainee Ralph Howard later former city councilman. In poo% tram

i Miami Beach Mar 23-Capt Mr and Mrs. du/.. A,,Turner Done Jr.. charge.GrahamtorGovernor F rtw'r'i'ml1 of m bon%00106106"
s Clement M Russell! oi Naranja, njoylhg the first have, he has signs on
Flaw recently returned from ssrvtse had since be enlisted, left yesterday Pfc Chas W Little has been the windows of the headquartersmade
( transferred to Camp Pende'ton their Monday 1 /
outside continental United: for reassignment In San appearance
I State, now Is being proceued( Francl_ He has served S3 CaL, and Mrs. Little I* visiting rooming and Mr Chronister yesterday
; through. Army Alt Force Redistribution -, months and .|} months''of this her parent in Live Oak. said he.believed desks and fMd
. Staten! No. 1 In Miami -I I period were served eve .sea. other furn'ture would be installed

' Behch where his next assignment His brothers 'fvt lack Turnerwho Homestead Hi DebatersIn lie time for opening the office
\ will be recommended I Field at the beginning of next week
, I' is training at Lowry State Contest Today '
t At M AAT redistribution *tatten. -,'I I his sister Mr, John
: theaters Dainty of Kansas City Homestead School win Takes Sister
AAF returnees from W arrived High Death be C46 F91waist *
of operation are examined by I her a week ago Saturday end a teem: to Ponce de Leon Of Mrs Ruth ,Scott
\ specially selected medical and to complete the family circle. High School today .to take part ,
clarification' officer whoa Joint Jack returned 'a week. ago' but In a state debating.contest On Mrs. Ruth Scott received "word'I / a.dha r,4 .
tadioga are used in deterraaing Mrs DeMlUy remained UU,Tuea- the,affirmative tide are Ann I Friday morning 'ot.the, death of I' rwee squaws..

1 new assignments. Them of the, day of this week. Her husband,\ Shack'eford, Clarice, Dodson and her slater, t.fre. C M, Robert of h.tws aa... -
AAF redistribution program Is i Capt. DeMilly, Is stationed in Austin Stanford.; Ql ."the negative, 'Dearborn, Mica.,. oIhwof.dramatics '!
designation of each man to duty Kansas aty I Wilson Austin .and Tom Hodges for many year*' ,in the
' for.which be la best tt.ecL Returnees -)l .' 1# j The same ,five represented State Teachers' College in California -,
live at a redistributionStation S: Set Walter, Bernecker who Homestead in a non-decision de- ,' Pa ,:
under conditions that encourage -) has been veneas for two years bate at,.Miami Edison' .last' Fri. Death' was: due to ,cerebral,'

". natural response to pro-'I i'.spending a furlough; his, day, hemorrhage. <
ceasing,,,* majority' .of<< ,their ,two- parents, Mr and MrsJ t Mr*. Scott was unable to secure I
.stay 'be'ng dlvoted: to rest Bernecker xfi 1..1 I II I' 'THE WEATUXXi transportation '. Mservttlons: 't*1
end, recreation, i I '. a .f ,, Dearborn to attend the funeral'SEKYICE3 Dealers Invited(,
: AAF personnel, Including en.'I i T-Sgt Richard L. Wallace who .om.t.J.........Imes ,a.:.-. r- _. ,
listed men and officers alike; an has completed; his 90th mission la '! FOE BOLTINFANTHKLD ,
assigned. Jo a redistribution sta.ttas .. Italy: I* expected !hems soon ,1 by Dale Max. Mto. Bar, aal YESTERDAY//
to Uu Ms Mr and M.... F. L. I : EPPERSONFor
upon their return parents -1
Feb ,24 .W 88 30.D5. f Kenneth
Funeral ser '(ces for
United States, but do not report Wallace I > ,
Feb 13 9T 90 30.07
; two-month-old '
. Wayne Holt son '
to the station until
or leave of approximately . ,Warrant Officer Ovid SuIlUanlett Feb. 28 .. 83 48 SOU of Mr. and Mrs Larry .H. Hat I
Feb. 27 . 88 tl ..30.08Feb. of Miami and grandson1 of Chas
three weeks last, .week for overseas duty.
1 28 87 11 2997 '
7 A. Cox of Redlsnd; teem conducted
Captain Russell, age 22, flew Feb. 2988 17 CONGRESS
. 80 dive-bombing and strafing Douglass Tower, )to. M.M. l.e, at 2' p. m. yesterday oaf Turner -' .
, 1 _85 is 2999 Funeral Home bh.. Rev.
transferred from Camp
has been
mission as A-JJ pilot over Africa,
Mar 2.79 S3 30.nMar.
R, CoreBurlal was In
Bainbridge, Md. to ship repair Harley
; and Italy He Js credited with 3, 80 48 30.12 at '
Palm Cemetery Naranja
at the Philadelphia N,\y
: shooting down one JU-JJ and was
Mar 4.86 52 2999 The baby 1s survlded by his
;i awarded the Air Medal and the Yard 0 Mar 9 _..113 30.02 0,03 father and mother, the ,former
Presidential Citation with cluster Mar, 8 88 61 '
Hits Mildred Cox; a ,
the former
Mrs Edw Pscettl
' Captain Russell Is a son of Mrs
7 J7 84 2989 Michael, threehi* paternal .
W H Russell of Nsranja and Miss Mary Frsnce Arthur left
Mar. 8 8S to 30.18 010 grandmother, Mrs Robert Morgan
for New York' City
attended Florida Southern Co1Jege. Wednesday
Mar 9 .78 .48 30.23
of Miami and Mr, Cox.
to be near Mr Pacettl who I Ia attending ;
Mar 10 ...74' 83 3023 9
Q.041 S
. school in
coast guard
o a Mar. 11 79 It .30.08 Oil I
MSIT R. 1L 8.U I Manhattan BeachMrs. ,. Mar. 12 .88 68 '2988 0.01 Evange'istic Sen'Ices.
Wilson Walsh of Camp. o Mar 13 M 88 'SQ.ll >Text Week in Princeton
Standing 1136 graduate of Red.' Wm. Arthur who has besn Mar. 14 80 54 30.18 l,
land High School, with his Wf here visiting tA Arthur's parenUtMr Usr IS :400" $9' 3010 Munday 'lhan4"n:through
and Mrs A F 'Arthur, Jel I Friday. night, special
and little daughter Kay; spent thweek .i Mar. if 81 86 2997 evangelistic
1 nd with friend la Ns- for portland Me. Wednesday- Mar 17 ,.87 59 2994 001Mai1 services ...01''be held In the
ranja and visited Redland, High I IS 87 87 2968 Princeton Methodist Church at
School on Monday Major Adolph Cattarlus of New Mar: 19 --88 81 2993: I 8 o'clock, announces the Rev. M
York who with Mrs Cattarlus I E. MyCT, pastor The Rev W, E.
Lt Willis Bailey who' I. now Mar. 20 88 69 2991
at the redistribution center la Mi I formerly spent much time herewith Mar 21 92 59 3008 I I Rowell pastor of Holloman Park
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Otkiark,
Methodist Church of Miami, will
ami Beach visited the school Mar 22 .88 64 30,11
Friday, and Tommy Yates USN hat been- promoted to lieutenant I I do the preaching 'A very cordial
colonel at his base |n the South invitation: Is extended the public
with hit former
spent Monday
I f
classmates the seniors. I Psclflo.Chss. . EAT AT I CLYDE A. EPPERSONFor

Elisabeth Sage' PopperwtU,I H. Steffanl.! Jr. of the mE I NAVIGATOR TO 1I'LUt'I

SPAR only RH.S girl graduate; Seabee baa completed a training TASTYWAY'I Harry Sonedshl chief navigator Congress t
la the service, visited, the teach'I course at Davisvi'lt, It. I.. and I* of the Pan American Division from
j en and pupils last week I now taking another at rear by I Doers North *f Clt. Has I i of A.T.Cwill speak at the 11 South. Florida District,
Other recent visitors at the Sun Valley Range o'clock service of Silver Palm

school were Cha Turner. Jr, "17,' . I Regular Dinners Methodist Church Sunday morn Your support Is earnestly
'Jack Turner "31 and their sister, Set W Howard West radio I ; ing. \ cordial Invitation la ex- ,
Mr. John W De Hilly the former operator and mechanic( who bat Sheri" Orders and gaadwtcbes 1 I -,4i. Invited' }

Mia Jewel Turner graduate been stationed at Mitchell Field, lie Cream, Sodas 1 Democratic Primary Ma) 3, 1M4Everyeae
and teacher at R.HS. I Long Island soil: end his fUr. ; anal register .'

? . lough visit her today and reportto HOMESTEAD thla tear 'U n* ,
t Word ha been received that his new post at Coldsboro, N. .rLOUD"i' (1Patt' '.steal' Adnrtasseaeat.1
Pfc. Albert L. Mills 111 Florida. Co .
City ava* -wounded la the Italian .' is I

campaign.KYERY. Edward Kirby, J&J41r4fbaa
been transferred from Cocoa to
Fort Pierce A* living quarter'i
could not be found: > Kirby -'
In that overcroN ru'dty she,
GREATEPhELPFULNE55 ha returned ot with'! Farmers

her parents Oce'smmy i : -
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CpL Howard Thomrnon, returned \
to Orlando Air Base this'

} week after a _-dl,.- furlough: '

spent wjth his parents Mrs and :: : ) :. :
Mrs Bruce Ittompsoni of Florida. ; , .. '

n r; ofallsteel >',: ;: ..
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wet John Brown. ) "I ';; "
Air r. .. .,' ": .
who I* In tr.(/h W| at.the ,Un'v r.,!| ;, '' i \ ...r4 .fltn'l: : .
a 'j pity of ClncMnsti. start**UI"lD', .

,HUMANE AID [Monday. '' .A . ',our :, .: ).; ':. ., JlAMY, ,.COTS: ; :" \ 'f.

Much more'than solacing 'beauty -! Icon HUIUrd Is expecting, hit:

mark the funeral directed by' call from the Davy In three or
practical problem that four weeks. - I''
u* Every next season's supply!
I " CJet. our
_rise*' t*' expertly, quickly met . ;, ; ,,I' 3

and ,disposed ,of, relieving, thebresve4 I I L'r 't ,,, .,: I
of every anguishing de: S." L. Kei\drick i 'hile' can'f
UU-- at a time when such swirt-: f now. ; .oo

soft Is- most welcome' And appreciated. I jtsnctPWk Of'lt1\sf" _,_ '" 11..1\00 '
; J'E.\CI t : :

rF Turr.er Ortlflesl** .ea' eiaronwats ...lee-1 1 91IITH-G'Ruh: {: :s'ri; : i ITUiE CO. ..

a" wit.
Funeral Home I .. ., .. .:" : ; )
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'" ......,.era betaaee service reliesri :
OM Mt. .
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MEATS, FAI3-R to-point! WASHINGTON D. c.-c ,,, .... ". '. Field. director are I'I'I
id with reapoailbllltlei of .rro.t'j serving la
0 every atiaU MilitaryMtakllthneit
Hamipi At, BB, Cl, D6. Eg and enlisted a ro+t;
and tornwtoc.
Proportions aa war camp tkroagV'
F8 In Book Four +
throughMay enters Its mart crucial stage sad eat the country and recreation sad
20. G8. H8 and J8 become with a Staggering talk ahead la social service worker are located
Rood Mar. 28 and remain food the ,"1parto4., the AID.rle.1Re. la Army and Naval boiplula. 110 fill
through June 18. Wait kitchen Crow peas Its 1114 War Find One of the most important and I' ,
fat redeemed at 2 point plus 4 appeal March t confident that the necessary wartime Rid Cross toad

cent t pound. Americas people win respond to. tloat has bee the collection of I

PROCESSED GOODS-Blue 10fcdnt Ue limit or their akllliy.Pretldint kanaa blood for plaima. wa4 ea

:stamps A8, BI C8. D8 and Roosevelt president *4 ire blood ....0. stations a
18 In Book Four food through the American Had Croat, Norma eperatlag. Tblrt"l rMhalt'
par 10. H. Carl, chtlnai and active bead The dramatic story .f
I at tie east argaalaatlea kit Lea Crew Blood Donor service,
SUGAR-Stamp No. SO In Book rr...... aatloBal War rand chairmen which thousands. orr soldiers aid
tour food indefinitely .for5 lots la urging Ue people attil sellers have beta laved from death 1.
t oui a*. ;tamp'W! foixj for S *. eoewlrr-* kelp Rid ciao Mm *a..TeVaarjrlMl.wta the
fcoundi .-tanNJII")1I&ft' through ,.reach. -Mrntlbaaf: objective .ot overseas General of tics Amy clod w
feb. 21 or ..eJrsHotSt \ Tear . tMMt.M rbecaaae 'or tke"'vital Navy asked .Ik*. Red Crete. (. pre- vewlz
part It'nit ptay-wlthla (k* ...ttl'elu.a. era IS.**. plate ot Mood. Lest yearawr1kaa eta,
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( ipNo. )'.III'Book 0 S.74D.M plalaat.bleedwarb f '

One food through AprJOS Stamp C ilrawnItevl*; laieaeatig tke collected tor the Amy aid ;
.VOu 4 on "airplane" jheet In BoolfCASOLmi ) campsite. will .Wer th tact that .N'Y/. .Tbla post .the goal la more srts aostL'

,'f"1 f '' 'lnst.ftnUeJr, : . with Ib* deoMverant* ef tk*'war <***. l, oa.OOI plat. At AMf .0 e.>We* 1adgseiTegseabte Seeds..

-iA-l> !aoupons pod ....., .the-fted Crud man t. With )valor. battle at the war .i'v r/T' rF''Ay .
'. \hroufh !tIQ'J,' . ...... arater.bardse-than-ova ye41e'eoaast'the Ahkfkti'aikedUlKel ) kterT Garden-tea.esnj.hs neatly head>at small .....-.-.
. : Cron to lllloai made a .b.wtlful feature' cl<< tree that.ttwr become ... 'al raewe.<
)eterr>and "t th*-*aca* tine mast aapply niay i .
y run,- 'OIL -IVrtodk'4, and S .. drtog'AMii1came bmi :grouada Mrayvlirie pre feature of the gardM .ad ...*. '"
)ronlde..aldvt. -. ..'-... belagreiarael of larglcal .
coupons mnain goods throufft to .ter-lrulBg .near woiadad la battle will'depend. /Vale1- estates viler object lesions more pleating to1 the eye. Man 'J
Sept.. 40.TIRO. : for be owners of smaller gr ands, brush -chicken wire ss'eNe6OWL
bar*, acutely eaib* vast Red Crou le. the wet'they mate >Teg table :Wire la te eltea-put u* ean
INSPECTION-Deadline Red .Craa eperitluaa ever the surgical Irenlag productionpre, gardena attractive that It prteenti virkmt bul*.e 0
-tar, A coupon bolder Is'Mar. 11; earn world daring 1141 kavadwarfed gross Such garden 'are usually *ur> and curves feulevd ef being UhUytrttchH. > "
for, C Coupon holder May II; Its activities' daring th* Nonsense other Rid Cro u haste rounded .by .well marked bound, ( It" a simple aaalbv '
for B coupon holdA,'Jut*J9.' inn .twe'ywn 'of war,' .,.,a 9ll', ..cll.at Prisoner: ot He ot plants, or fencing: and they to frame It attraettvely and <. putdown
'"INCOMETAX 4- Dead Uni: for AI.-.... creator buries will 'be War pillaging center where more erl. divided by paths which make Inn Pats .* that It maybe
placid a* Red -Croii services ,. Mae .a mllllea. parcels tar war an interesting pattern, and give stretched and net be ta daateret'betag '
sating 1M4 declaration of estimated sense to the garden area. Palha dragged ever by the weight
U44.Thoiiaada. prisoners ar* prepared each moth
Income and victory lax Apr. may b* bordered with flower, or ot Tines, particularly after a ,. .
ot American men and for shipment .r.* are'mo .
JS. with some at the perennial veta-' In many school In -wbsee .
women are now la Red Cm gem ported ky cltliin-partlclpitlaa la tables, such ai chives and rhubarb..! the Mo of beauty la the vct .. I
Ice with V. ft. troop at home bases the Rid Cross War Foad. Lattices to surround the gardenare table garden la Inculcated, a eao .
aid ".,.11.. Field director. So extensive I* Red Cross service easily made, the lumber ot the dial or bird bath la Used at e central I
koipllal', club and recreatloa workers during Ibis '..ar tlllt'....., AnarIcaa > right also being en sale by many I feature of the veietable f.r.' of
are with America armed elvlllaa eat eostrlbal. game dealera. *r It can be cut to any de- den nit li an excellent device .
"Ed BAKER forte (. vlrtaiHy every eommid.Mr. thing to at laaat see or "lit fineUoaa. aired meaiuremenl. Lattice painbed te add ornamental *ual1t1... and a :.t e
Davis uierted.Both . To testing this gliaaili green and Supporting climbing email bed ot glowers about It win '
bean or other wines often one ot make It a failure that redeems the
la Europe and la the rarZI.I work, all Americans must mum
surely hOI given the the Until. garden boundarlr entire vegetable garden from e A .
their share ef Ue ofcarrying
Red Croat worker kava rnpoailblllty .
Rustle fence from branches cut commonplace appearance.Ktn
roUnand the other either goes with lavaaloa' forcatlate oa tits Launching lervlce. from forest Ire! which have been. :: rear fence which bound .\
candidates something sew combat area, er kava The $tQOPOO.O quota will ..- felled furnish another alUacUve the grrden happen t* be of plain '
think oUut." followed wltkla a very United able Red Crou to alleviate' luffii- feature. The rustic trcllli for board 11 can be easily trimmed
to Urn*. lag and pals at borne and abroad, Crapes and on smaller scale for wall lat cworlc or Sited wick t
Tampa Tribataeliar. 25 Oa the home treat the Rid and to carry aa Its mt military tall pen, po', bears art CUCURV virus for vines 10 that by miCa....-
Crow has broadened Its service welfare airvlc bet it ilco extensively fill met It will be aa ernimrntal tea :
Trellises for pen are *-". "<4. tur of tine jarden.
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I Baker' See 3 Factors "Ancient Rome .was treat. because whether Ke Ales or not." field.

h I In Progress tft Florida IU people' ,were oldl.... "England The major waft the guest of CoL a H. Merchant, command ,
h : was are.t.becaulla every one baa Lt .CoL-W. &.' Barkidale, com- log officer of Homestead Field, 1
begirt aaillor-,- even If be'* Never mandlnf'ofQcer the second his
Plant 'City Mar. is-Senator of txpraaaed appreciation for tt *- .1
to. The United State
/ tone operational training \unit at the address, and requested afew ot
Ed. Baker. Lake County, candidate I'
c for, governor; who opened pill be increasingly great because field. Major d* Seven*?**, talk theM button the major ipohe
Ma, aictcwlde ipeaktnf campaign, in the Mw air world every wa 'II.. In t hangar following about, to hand tile 100 hn 111.apactlOlllo -
1 G ? wt.l .American! wit} be an airman I review and Inspection on the
Saturday, her 'where: bt :was ._. _, .
born, declared 'thatthe' three - ------- --'- ----- ',,'

major economic factor in no,-

Ida* future win continue to. be
tourists agriculture and Induafry. F ME STAllS ;

it 'x.7. The development ot .U
field must 'forward. together, . FOR Democracy!
and I hall cooperate with the
people of our counties, cities and ;. . AlAI 1 1ST Bureaucracy Y

town In keeping our state mov.

ln-. ahead profreaaivcly". JIBE J. OLLIEEDMUNDS

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entla( to" the production ot his ,,. j jI
:aldt"GOVERNOR crop I

In'JWUjhe farmer would".. ,
o' to, the director was told: I '
Be Sure You /4r r t Report to each reaittrant'l Candidate for fheltiffice;: cf

Qualified to Vote local draft board' periodically a '
i daily hlatorr of the man' actlv!- INITEI STATES'.IIENATOR
,rU F.IIUt.1 Advertisement) .

|.regiotrent'e; file a workphis- from FLOXtlA

'tory ao that the draft board could .
I determine the degree That be wa" .lEAl AIDE EMIIIS
to operation IT'STIME'TO STOP'ambitiowand "'
essential productive Kkcminf men
OVER till fillets
I I of the tarts Failure to have this.' from crabbing for more power.* :; .

Try Us When You Need {: work history In the Ale. on', II ; '
I .
I farm laborer to put him ,*otomatkally -'I, IT'S TIME TO RETtR1hur government I* the ift .;\ .. '' ..: .
A Haircut or I In Claw 1-A:: : pi. from whom it i* derived. cry : ., .\ '
1 Ak for fro regulation that ": t : .

Shave I would, force: .laborer,to remainIn IF YOU DISAPPROVE of Government by bitrciwrl -. .. *..:...<.-,1.'*;; ':". :* ;:
the eervlce of farm
I i one open"i I. .. If You Believe in Cooatilutional ovcmm nt y . . "
8. :-----_ ... tor. ?. f . 1 bv>> elected rcnreerniatlvN of the people"..T VOTE (or' .V idle .

shies ..f.........."l?e-t.-v .,, *15e lo 'SEVEHSKY Z; j jIi .J. OLJJE .E:DMUISDS in the coming Democratic Pri- ..... ,)*.,! .
!$kampe 'In.i.y..:.. _., 'lit [ "* '
Marv, ).' : :' \ :f'!.,." l,1'n.. "" "
....... (MedlcaUd._ ISt .(Continukl'From: Pale One') I .... .,"; . ) HI' J 'ti .\ r '
bhp He Ii Ihe. major stressed the. .f"Ja.Uouhlp" oj
racial _\ 1ftraelal between *t peop Ct'1aded"o.ncI. J. ... .. .'-1- ..' . . .i....; ;.. .. ...' THla OUP N.' : ::e' ..

hq' : ._ ,atcWaaUn its Pronu1i : ]Fr" or J;OWE ED.IUSoB., ''-' ; rJl; ,1.A, : < ;" :;! .f

r /414-16 RIU.TT DURA . : ,., ., ,,010 , .
feel.t ,1, 7e '1, sc.: utMhhj;' 0 "p -
halt . lit t 0 i JACUOMVILU 2, FLOIVA.Jl il-Tletie count on mr active tupport area vet* for a

.. .. ."'f J. Mid aa United Slate Senator from Florid la h
MnatMb Tn.-
: r ,. I the .comio| Democratic Primary, Mar :red!, }m!.,., "\" 'j,. .; .' ;

BHSHSBarber : : ->df .:;;..' : Sipecl '::. r, .. :_.. . ., .. :. .: .'..: : .;,'; '.:..:.'::: ...

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Step Street er .jilrea* .._....... !

E ern.ere IIaI City or Tew*:. .. ." .. .. .. . ..... .......__ _
.. '-. 7' .. ,.. '*"ClutlClt .....,......., v.lo pop ev r.ceas GO' I. oaie tae r -

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; LEAHO 1 Dado County Named local boards. The combined bank become greater daily, whit

j I for Hero J THE strength our armed forte has with Invasion day said. to be due :
, I AND tNTERPRISt: been find at 11,300,000 by July I, In the not-too-dlstant future 1

I ........ Islets Dade Couaty, Florida . i II HOME 1(44, and as of February 1, some In addition to the fact that some
well aa Dad City, Florida, and fRONT 1,3)2,000 bad entered military 500 transfusions are being made

. PeaWad ......" so Ita..w.4 ..... Dade County, Georgia . bears' ,.s..ea.macs a. ass s.wesu..nee service. In Dada County each month,*
: 5 rwa..up..P.wkto..ww. the name of one of the first mm a . point out Kit Carson secretary

I I L killed Inhe bloody SamlribU At the height of aIIlp..amldn,. of the committee. "This Is our
Under' token >
.' War which lasted seven years" to the ration p*n, opportunity to render a
JEll AaeIrn in the Atlantic during two months
t .-. .... u.. the beginning of the last century three red (meats-fat) 10-polnt early in 1H3. several million ordinary service to our neighbor in South j.
1 bona according to "Dade and HI* Caw ten: become: good every tw letters Dade-and possibly our ems .
f tent oversea were
YAlJ9ara..1w on Sundays, and five blue A
r Idly mend an article appearing14! n lost, the Army said. Had these familiae-end to our men and
: (processed fruits-vegetables) 10-
the April Issue o( Esquire TM. women In the service of their
i Walk4 Rasei t letter been cent V-klall
I. DIOgraao
tit stamp become good on the they
t. )... W l..Wt article Was, :! dr'om CoLTA.a would have been salvaged. V- country who are facing the risks .
first day of each month. To reduce '
M, Amy \M the *4- '
II' > Mill letter of battle on many fronts. '
lost In transit always .
I last minute rush buying Just are
mlnlstrsUv staff of the V. S.
, J I .u..caP11OII ,. reproduced a* the Aim The round-up committee members -:.
before are
stamps the Office
run out
-' I* IM* O..TI I BM. Jet' ....'.*., MiHtM' '.ACaWlcfTij fct Welt Point. not sent and the organizations
oversea they
' of Price Administration Increased tic
o.w.. o r;.:, ......i la 139, In FlorUla newly'ac- the period for which e e represent are: First Baptist .
:. -.. arses 1 ... ...... tulred from Spain, the Dative Church of Homestead, Mrs. Thos. .
I" Seminole IndlaMfwere In revolt, stamps may be used. Thus, the More than 19,000 of the 112,. ,.,
I' E. Kirby, A. E. Smith; Church of
( 60 red point and M blue
...... Y .... Ins a" .I Under SpanlshdHe. Florida had, become good each month 000 people of Japanese ancestry Christ, VT. C. Morton; Prrtyiteriaa '. .,F+
KMmwb 14, 11914, w w seal oMoe ntlQt evacuated to. relocation centers
been pretty .three ,to live' Church; Dr and Mr*. Oeb. l
'time .
( .somagrim'.. each so M .. itsy be used 'at any duringa from the West Coast two
I to .. in a* they pleased: now, suddenly ) period of from 10 to 12 week have been granted IndeftnltaJHY. yearsago. D. Ruehle; Sacred.Heart Church, '.'
cam these white strangen Jack Cadway,. Mrs. dark Robi .
from the North to tell them the* 4 to establish home* outside f.j
1 erts: Homestead Method lit ;ak
: The Well Dressed Kitchen must move out **' J Beginning April 1, the eve- at- the centers;; the War Relocation Church Ivan Meer. Mist Antoinette I.. 't' I
: Urged"on Ion "R" gasoline coupon for non Authority announced. Between More St John'
by the wily ; Episcopal I' .a
By.Annie Ma/hew FUiBatriek highway users will be .good .f & 00 and 8,000 other are on :
titally brilliant. Oeceola firseasonal Church, Goo N. Wakefield, 1
; vert
1 '+ How time have changed. One breed, the Seminoles re purchase at Authorised IllUn, 'leave. mauVy as farm Led, H. Lehman; Church of the ;,
weft dressed kitchen were acknowledge t the TreatyPayne's r stations," at well as for uollntpurehued worker, Fullytwothirds of the Nazarene, the Rev. Earl P. Scott .
Crisp gingham' ., curtains. Andhad'some Landing 'by"whlcK they at bulk plant or de- evacuees on leave were born hi Carl Field; Church of 'God, the Of.Rev. ,
candles, were required to emigrate to I delivered to private storage tanks America and 71 per cent have R. E. Hastings, Henry Dod
In COM Jhe.lights went out. Tb land west of the Mississippi OPA announce. The "A" ration never seen Japan. Both citizens ; Florida City Free Metho.
I utensil. They retired to the swamp and for motorist I* now two gallons! and alien are 'carefully screened I'l Mr*. Edith Tamblyn; Silver

I One had gaily painted' wooden bayous and prepared to tight weekly In all part of the co stn- before, permission i* given to relocate Palm Methodist, Mr. and Mrs

f t handle, ,says Fequi e. : try.'e Robt McDonald, Marshall Myers; .,
ti Andrew Jackson warned them a a Radland Community Church
', Now any kitchen worthy of the. they had not even a place aa Occupational deferment must PLASMA FOR WAR Mrs. Frank SUUraan; Florida City '

name I large a* a blanket to alt down on be more exacting, particularlywith Community Church, M... Roy ,
,f IJ Has out In sight this. ace high, In all Florida and they would be registrant under the age (Continued From Page One) Chandler, Mrs. O. W. .Calkin; '1

wartime Must put out If they would not go will.lngty. of :26; Ki order to meet call of Donated beverage may be taken Homestead Rotary, Club,' W. 'E.
:A tin in which to save waste War drum began to the armed force, the director of before blood .la donated, but not Rheney; Redland Lion Club, S. '::,Ii

i; kitchen fat to make aound up and down the coast,. Selective Service has notifiedthey beer or other alcoholic drinks J. Lynch; American Legion, Ed '
The sulphs drugs In which we --- Norman; and Redland ..,
1 and Isolated army post lent out Technician from the Dade District ,
I. .1 l place our trust a call for'reinforcement. FrancisLanghorne lea Late that night Private County Blood Bank will take casualty stations, Dt:'Cart Robinson .,

;;J( A carton for the rubber Dade; 42>year old Virginian Ranaome Clarke, wounded the blood donation Dr. J. A. ,\'
'' : and a brevet-major In three times by Seminole bullets, 1 Smith and Dr. Carl < Robinson, 1,
; ; the V. S. Infantry, was among raised himself from the pile of member of the :Dade blood
t rl I That box should be conspicuously the first to answer the call. dead. He was Joined by another bank central committee, of which War beads akeaU saeaaaraaaeuilag

f placed | From his station at Fort Brook private named DeCourcy who S. J. L'IIch'lI chairman, will be owe to yea taaajtest I '
: And t
not a rubber hand be thrown
r on Tampa Bay, he was ordered was only slightly wounded and 'present during the period in "a seed seal tares .,
h to take ,I detachment of artillery the two, helping .each other, act which donation-are received. .ssa.MFlfweHealyeend(.
: No bit of that "
tiny must to
. i I r waste and foot troop 101 mile northto oft "The Importance of 'the blood ,
reinforce Fort King on Christ
: r man Eve in 1US. The two post
Waite paper has Its own place. were connected by a broad trail

set aside. known a* the "Fort King Road"
; 1..1 I prsy'of you the careless hand and along 1t soon started the JOT
" to stay men'of Dade'i command/ Of that f'

, \ p The frostiest scraps of thai may number, drawn from various organltatlons -
I be reclaimed
stationed, at Sort
; And nothing Is tab large io' -
) layaway
*' Brook* at thq time, only one manreturned ,
. alive to tell the story
." and the bloody, costly, Seminoh .
Vie loyaT housewife doer her r
Wa? went on for seven
i, r> Stepping now year. Esquire: relates,
T On tln can. Not much swing The Seminoles, meanwhile, had
and sway to that decided over the wishes of their

,1 i .", A winged,,. Victory pose she easy-going chief Mlcanopy, to f .'
strike, And to +xs
waylay the command In Wahoo
A flounder In his prime' i* not swamp, three day march from "

more flat Fort Brooke. Led by Oaceola."Jumper .

and "Alligator," three
lit year to< om ,\when we have. war-like tub chl .fa,. lit Semi .
gas to roam y-! no)** gathered In the labyrinthine -
And wander through the national .
swamp Mlcanopy was to
galUertee, bring more, but he was alow and \
e We'll find there portrait of the the men were allowed to march : .'
one who learned out of the swamp to their next t."

To balance ration points with night's camping spot on the With- ."
s. calories. I lacoochee River.The .
next morning, the Indians
All plcluniah thing Why yte. attacked. The morning was chilly i
t of courseYou and the men had been ordered
do not know how wellyou'll to put ,on their overcoat By '*
j aleep at night i fatal oversight they were liCIt
If you have done these trivial
ordered to, transfer their: ammunition -
things II y,day belts to their outer

Your tiny bit t4.. d .In this coats, so that when the attack

y big fight came they were without ammunU
t II Lion Tl>e Indians' fins fusillade ':

took half the column down;:ono t
flee boys eaeat belt aa .... 'j
of the remainder were slain as
tag- re Meet keep ea key j
they struggled with their overcoat

t' I tag WAR BONDS sash vietarylawa -
*. KeeaeatUCK.IPCO ., button, ,
TUB ATTACK. The Seminoles\ carried off .

the ,arms and'provision', but lul ,,

not mutilate tha, >odlc* . \,..
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fa Dade County: 3 ...... G9c; a .... ..: 1 JT. 1.0,, Wart paper_U sucb-an..ordinary thing With wood pulp farce, :the piper,, la-.:]1.
Dade :
'jOtttoide Cottfttjr: 1 rr.,2.90' ,
IPBSCRfrTION i i ", 'k l3lI. help.", lave the We of Lisa y he* had to turn to waite paper ,

KLANK -. totntOM deaf to you I tot paper it play*. bAr MW laattgiai Waste paper ii now).

naMIleasedall 'w. Inf a vital role in the RnMnVe ear "
Leader. war today. MB. /we* mtril thotttfr. %

14 N. W. flied. lit.. H..Salead.1Kfieieed ... .contalum far Mood pUsum,and, .Nave it. hftodte I

find I .., far which please SatU the Legs* food rations; even per: hutea to fto... -:k.f'CN'U;

fee. ..........---___ .eith* iT dies down to hard.. ....... ads.. Lave live and .I

:1siALhfi"f, la hot corners. shorWo we wgtrl' t tU .

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=".' IlnmtlQUlllllllllmltlilll! ! ton elected were S. S. Ralney. Mr. and Mr*. I:. Z. Thompson spent Tuesday with her aunt, The Connecticut people gave i
Rv E. C. Loveland W. W. Greene. nine days ago" I I II Mr; R L. Cranberry (llorfda.City urpria birthday party Saturday

. T. D. Plebe R. M Simpson, E. I "Vlrgit and Harold Lyon ). evening la honor of CharlesCLnten "

[20 Years Ago R.C. Castle Goldberg and A.T. L F.Power Connett, A. last week at the fair ground played: "Chart Clinton had M guest I'a

"Mr. Krome with Mutchler orchestra band. for a'ride on lie bay last SundayMr "...., and Mr*. Tony Fasula ,
0 principal They also furnished the musicat and lire U A. Gable, Miss gave a birthday party In honor
speaker, laid that I
n. sea.-Now d the big problem the banquet given In tM SemInole Olive Kennedy, M. SUverman. K. of their three-year WU.
....es ..., .e. Y w .....dam in the early day of avocado eon, '
rw.as film mew cafe Sunday for the Coral N Parker and Sam SUverman" Uam . \
n..a..d Le-&r. ceased J... culture was to know what' varieties Gables aalesmeo.' --- ._. -_..._ --- V
IOU. w .rod 04L n. INI..ea plant to get bert result "-
.odd I w MM.m..II.,.$OIL d a t..rr., eras. ento Mr. Brome began planting 1 "Mr*, t A. Carter was elected

avocado about 20 year ago president of the Redland Wom

,. .''lIf.lmllmlIUIIIIUIlWmitHUla there were only a few known an' FRIEND. HELPER
Id varieties' of aeedUngi. There wa "F H. Brockett's hew home will r
"$srt Matthews of this city l n. budded fruit', he Mid. 'and be completed In a week . ,4f.
I won the sweepstakes cup toe the among. the few seedling varieties .
,{beat mate bird to the show (Dade It wa difficult to elect the best "Mrs, P. B. Bird of Homestead t4 SiHltllsn" 6riHW **:
[County Fair) , Mrs. S. F Matthew varieite . Today there are gf II
[ woo blue ribbon MI a silver many varieties and tin the queer I
I| nUa cat and a big red tabby tton that stand forth most prom. UPCIIURCH URGES

o. [male toy Matthew won Inently in the eyes of the growr. ; d
. ... Iflnt prize" CI "a.male Saindyed'fdo 1* the tame, old question of THRIFT PROGRAMJacksonville b W'' TJCJ q
.. | of the Iberian breed and what variety U aeleet for plantIng i. f r
r r two: hound '.. Two puppies of The Trapp and the Pol- I
: IUrjr Matt.h4t.lalne., one a Ut- lock are the two best varieties! Mar. -Governmental
S. tie white tenths" now owned by OQ the market . thrift 'with "real meaning"
? Mrs< a P. Hartnea of-Rom. "The Homestead was proposed by Frank IX Up
"" baseball teamwlU
1""A steed, oho won flrats""Awards work-out at English field church* candidate tor governor,
'i were made la the In a speech: before a meeting
every evening next week. The
I sponsored by the Duval County
fruit Department u ,follow
following players have been
I Greatest variety and Mat diaIplsy to requested Upchurch-for-Covernor e l u b
appear practice;
of avocado; W. J Krome here. i
; Hobos, Hall, ,Summers, Meade,
1 Valencia oranges Jay Simons; Ounn. B. Harris' J. Harris 'Doc' '"Many: thousands of dollar can
[best loquats S. A. Froscaer; beet be saved for Florida taxpayersby
Smith. Chubb Jenkins, and T.
[commercial fruit exhibit C. I. Lofton." elimination of readily visible Use the IXTRA help

|Brooks: belt tangerines, Frank evidence ef red tape and dupU
em< ','"The avocado wa discussed by 17-month Old ton of "Some of thIs" be add- die
Mr. and Mrs. A. a. MeSweeny of
eight 'men; (one of them Hom.lltead' .- ed, "can be accomplished on a
Redland, was held at Princeton. cooperative basis, but a vigorous
( own W. J. Krome), at
I the aU-day meeting of the FlorIda "Born-to Mr. and Mrs. Waiter program ef legislation probablywill the present emerrncy-with the Government tailing .*
Avocado Association held In McVlcker of Princeton on be necessary in other instances American Farmer to plant 16,000,000 acre wr than last
I the Miami Chamber of Commerce Saturday, at the Post Graduate .
Oil milt U to hit
.r'* record tot /-the Standard living up
[room Saturday for the purpose Hospital, a little daughter . ." "Certainly our official can and!
ii'' I of discussing the' growing and "Don-Is Mae Is the name given will learn the real meaning of reputation a. "friend" and helper o( the Southern Fanner.

I marketing of avocado , direc to 'the little daughter born toI care In spending the taxpayers' He U doing this bv rendering helpful! ) service and! giving

money during the present and experienced advice on the wartime maintenance .( farm machinery
post-war yean, ,'when our federal .
and by supplying dependable fuel and lubricant.
; tat bills will reach tremendous
-I proportions.! I am conAdetil With tank-truck operating out ol ever 500 bulk delivery

y ELECTACHIEVEMENT they will be eager to cooperate," point, tbe,,', I Standard Oil man ssrvlnr. your community
i ir he"Florida added. i* gaining In wealth wherever you are, Always I good man to know b. tan be

i i r! is the result of leadership, and population at a rate greater especially helpful lOW In kteptng gout

initiative, experience j than that of any other lUte, farm machinery "Fit and Fighting.1 ,f61
which'means we must end waste ;'

.i I FRANK D. UPCHURCH, and replace tt with an Improved Fur standard 0/J awa arm I* glad ,e ffyl -,
system of education a more adequate naiad
ft Owe H-page
.. a espy
.t. i, i r proven hi possesses those qualitiesHe welfare' program, greater ea Wtftimt Macaieery JaTaiareasae It will
opportunities for agriculture and '"' MIl r.. i will lead Florida to industry and a sound advertising
; program,11 be declared.

.,",; ., a" grater future. GUN BATTLEContinued STANDARD OIL, COM PAH Y

:'p I F K \1W' K ;B You Can Depend on UpehtmhUrCHUKCH ( From Page One)

the part of Roberts that protruded

y: : G. f. al' Oil ......... a..,..... in a,......,..r......... from behind the none-too- -.. ,
large woman's tongue tree, then -.
/ ducked down and put his car in .I _. .,
reverse and backed: across the
road ao that the front of the car fl tf \ 11

would be between him and
Roberts. When a tree on the
west side of the road stopped the
; backward progress of the car,
't..J.LA' Irwin_opened -the right front door I THOUGHT MY
stepped out and reached for a '
carbine he carries Under the VISION WAS ,:
t overhang of his front seat .. j
A* he did so Arvld' last bash GOOD', '

1ii 1- ..... .' let from the Repeating rime
I bored I Into that door "but becauseIt 4r
was a aoftnosed or dun dum
II bullet flattened Itself against the
Inner wall of the door after passIng
6rst dtance. through the lowered glass .
At Had It been a steel nosed bullet,
'Irwin said, It would have) enteredhis
I side.
"I ran,abound the car to drawa
bead otl ArvhJ. said hiD
"but Just then he hollered, 'Don't
shoot any more you got me now',
J and he threw down his gun andcame
jlM1g. Disianee from behind the tree '
: The'constable found that three
of his five shots had hit the tree
yet three bullet entered Robert
body so en* of "been must hare

.,' glanced from the tree and then II II'I
wounded the man. The abdominal -
wound was found ie be rrru- u. ii gs WtpitwwJ MWI It i""iMo""'" F r9 .
I hal and it wad at .rs* tha NtM [F Jkay M MtV htu fcr Our voting men who need tr* '

doubtful be ..... survtve, W* t' ale0"M 1ft eerie prejeluctruj. far
. [t "J" ,',. condition teat ai M was reported t-. .uithM' MUT "* weetiMp all rllN-IIe .
; unchanged. .... oad regu4i. # .. redoW wash I
. -; ....e.;:ia.t: ....... ..... n .was learned late, tiat felleeing ,..... It _- .,
;. 'f-V;....M talk to lie..& a night ol drinking fend
,i Pod be llsbash hoes.Usage >7 several quarrels Arvid had age ..M fssssiljllas*M t* tM.ef tee eve Ya.Oy.

\' "64 bad W"be Ikas.... last encounter early Sunday CUSSES ON CREW 9
, 1,Shot Is in eve"W" morning and went to his unck's

....@bad 91040i...ea..kbf0o house .. borrow. toren'a "ma $1.00 A WEEK IS, ALLBRACKING
chine tun", a* ArvM called the .
a&.&no Do't
....a... ................. rdat.weeeilt..t carbine. Loren wa away, and
Mi*. Robert refused to give Ar-
} ,Lti } vid the gun. Enraged, Arvld ,Is

I ,......yelp..''eteslea.e' said to have taken tt* gun any- .'
.......M.- ways Viand chased .We aunt way Ort at Ae' Me* lea JXafrfcf -- I

: ,r :!c front. the Then house il when Wish the a butsherknlfc. at| was ., .x.'IMMI.t {

_. tdepten d lsr, IfwtB", ,......' FUHUDA ,ft

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'pause Six HOMESTEAD. LEADER AND ENTERPRISE March x,1941 7. .'

IIII! .'. . Social Evens in South Dade :



An evening of melody, wholly WAVE TRAINING AT .. :

impromptu, was enjoyed by members .
I Homestead music lover a. well Rutland and Barbara WakeAeld.Mn Miss Barbara' Done, WAVE Avocado drive "
of thi University Club and
,: f M school friend and neighbor Jaa. "S. Jones. presided: at guest at a meeting held at the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. I A chicken salad course wa .. ...
welcomed back home this week the punch ,owt' Done left Tuesday night to begin aerved.
borne of Mr. and Mr, J. R. Rut
young Frank Begin Rice, ton of About thirty were present 'r 1 land Monday night her training at Hunter IL The othen present were: Mrt. '
Lt; and Mr. Chaos Hagler Rice, For the Junior music --club of lege, New York.A T. Klssam, Mrs. Edw. Facet.tl .
i who formerly lived here, and which he had once bee a member Beside group singing, then farewell party was given CoI.j I Mr Wm. Arthur. Mn. Win.
grandson: of Dr end Mrs Frank Frank Hagler played two were solo by Mr*. H, L. Brandenburg her Monday night br Miss Payne; Mrs John Barker and. o'

Hausman with whom he visited, election, one "em -Chopin and violin aumbers by Mr. lyn'. Ernst at the Ernst Mr*. Chas. t Elcbenbetfer, Jr. '
Rutlafed and his daughter. Ruth,
from Sunder till Wednesday. licit '
I one from Liszt 1
and piano Miss Leo- .
;I She! pianist, hot yet ](, !* a Barbara Wakeefiela wa* 'electedsecretary. Wi Stewart numbers who by also played :MRS; SEYMOUR DANE -MADE/PRESIDENT .. . v:<; ,
prernedlcal Student et the

varsity' of ,Alabama which Uni-fourgeneratioai aided Ardel' j'ermrt pre,; most"'During of the the accompaniment abort business\ meet.: OF'WOMAN'S. . B"F THEfREDLAN. : ). : .' 1 v.' :I

of hit family have eU Refreshment* were served .by ing which preceded, the social via second .vice-yretIdeilt ..1
tended. Mrs Seymour Dane elected A. Baker ;; :
the hostct, Ifnv Webb, and her hour the club voted' "
I 'continue
: During hit short ty In Home assistant, Mrs.-Howard. L. John Mr loan IICho1ll'11hlpe, "aneno; notify president of the Wo/nWi Club Mn. Frank. StfflroaaV recording . "
ecreitaryt Mrt..HJ. Armstrong.. ''
of the Redland Tuesday :after !
I .teed three function were held on-both sponsors of theetWPresent the senior classes of Homestead .
I .
noon.MtL D. M. Brannon"waselected corresponding secretary; and'lft. .
to hi* honor, i special assembly beside club meiMMn and Redland Ugh schools .
; Mr. M. K.- A. Carter treasurer. .
,Tuesday '. were Mr*-W B. M411av. Mr*. Lee, that they arc available.. Mite vke-presldent; .. 'Member present.were: Mrs. 8, K
a .* it H. Lehman, Mr, Julian H. Webster
VirginiaStewart '
I ". president; pre A; Waldid. :Mrs=, W; 'p 'Mahan.' J.1II.
Hausman home Monday afternoon Mn. John Whlchard. Mrs. sided. MR. AND MAS. DtAL CTTC '.
tr end a meeting ot the Stephenrotter Betty Lou Cotlln, Marllou Harris The club voted to have Its annual 1 PARTY FOR HOUSE GUESTS: ... 'Dave' Kufeldt .Mr*"Tuner.MK ; }Ij H. .
I Bufbankt Mt .
| ;
Junior Music Club Mr. and Mn. X. J. Dyal ;
at the Georgia Skall Tallulah ,Webb, meeting 'In may a covered gave ,, Mn.StlUman .' '
:" home of Mn. Dew Webb Monday Janice Howard. Johnson, Frank dish luncheon meeting. family party Sunday for .their pane'MnCarter. andMrs.

evening.Al Hauiman and George Welsner. I Mn. Rutland terved' pie- and : house guest, Mr. and )Ira. A. F. \Jolra..' Armstrong. 0

the special assembly Frank On .the. way to Homestead Iced tea.Present. Barber of Hendenonvtlle par. Baker. .: _._,
f, Hsgler played four number for 'Frank Hagler visited his aunt beside those already ants of the Dytls' son-in-law IX .
I the schoolmates he had left here Mir Bertha NIU Hausman, In mentioned were Mr.J.CL.Wynn, Ar r., .rbera'r..' \!wise serving. !:::: ''''' ' '''' . .j..
1 two :yean ago. He was presented Taller__, and In that city also I Mr*. Ivan MoKef;'Mrs Ben Arch In the South Pacific. .
i by Principal B. M. Klndmen. an Informal party wa held In )II.bonOI' er, Miss Allis Ferguson and Sgt. I Miami guest were Mr. and
'At i Earl Williamson.SENIORS .' Mn. J. G. McSweenejr. Mrs. Earl
the musicale liven by Mr*. I Roper i :
i Beuiman he played two Bach Meyer Mn. Vivian Ro'eI'II'nd

number*. "Prelude and Fugue In AND JUNIORS AT RED LAND. HIGH I C. A. Newton.-- .
C Sharp Minor" and "Prelude and Gas
+; Fugue 'a D Minor" ; three Chopin ARE GIVEN PARTY AS REWARD FOR. DEBATE. Mrs. Frank L. Skll', captain'of'
I the Homestead Girl Scout trooP. :.
Humbert "Etude in F Maor",
"Berceuse or Lullaby" and "Win. Miss Mary Ann Brown teacher -I lien. Donald Crate, Bobby Jensen i wa the speaker at the meeting I ,
tar Wind Etude"} and two Liszt I of social studies at Redland I Bud Westmon and Benny ;of Dade County Girl Scout Le Now'

number, "Rlcorbanza" from High School, assisted by Miss I Westdeld. en Association in Miami on
1 1Tlransindente Etude" and "Hun. Mary Engel office assistant, gave .M. d'i
r tartan Rhapsody No. X." I a party Friday night for the Jun.ion I DR. BUftGRCEX SPEAKS .--- Available
Mn. Kauiman wa assisted In and seniors of the school asa I TO HOMESTEAD: P. T. A. I The Homestead Art Club will ,

serving cake, nut and bright- reward for good work In a Dr. A. L. Burgreen, rector ot meet Monday at the home of Mr
i tinted Crystallized orange and recent debate between the two St. John Episcopal Church, Jan S. Jones. .
grapefruit peel by Mr*. Frank I cllllNl, spoke at the Homestead P.T.A. VIRGIL D. LYON
Webb, Mr*. Frank Skill Mr*. R., The party wa held at the homeof meeting Mar. 11 The high school Mrs.J. R. Brooks and son. Pal
H Done Artist Parman Ruth i Nile Brown' parent Mr. and glee club tang; three numbers and on Wednesday attended a- luncheon II N. Kmse Ave. ,1'b... M$-'

Mrs John M. Brown of Naranja. Grietge Terburg played a piano party,in Miami at the home ..- .
Miss Caroline: Gaffney presided solo. Mrs. H. L Brsndenburg. of Mrsj Brooke aunt,.Mrs. W.. A. .' ,
The Calender. at the punch bowl, Egg salad president presided. Arty. II Ii'' '' ''' : _"'''''' '\! .j ( .
creamed cheese and pimiento r Principal B. M. Hindman; Mr*. ...
cheese sandwiches were served. Homer Devi and Mrs. Olin
Mar. J4-H. H. S. Junior-ten-
i The guests were; Mist Kate Wright were Placed onthe nominating I
lor banquet In Legion HaiL '
Gautler Mine Vivian Johnson comMittee.'
Mar.,23.-USO dance. y
Miss Rosemary Hennlngton Miss Attendance award were'' won ,
.. -
Mar. 20 .Monday .Music..Club .
Kathleen Wagner. Mist Kathleen by z.8. Blackburn' room, and
!concert Church.at I p. m. in First Baptist Campbell, Miss Dorothy Godwin. Mist rule Ray's room. '.j at I just t a FEWPENHIES'a DAY

Miss Susan Pope, Min Caroline '''' .
t Mar. 17-t-Meetlng of new can. Oatfnejr Miss Peggy Jean Mr, 'and Mrs. Sam J. Davl"*,'i
ring dual In Future Farmer clubhouse
O'Brien. Miss Ann Hlckson Mill worthy matronand., worthy patron
at 1 p. m. Mary June Harden Otis !SneU- of Ad Astra Chapter the
Mar. 27 Meeting of HomesteadArt
f Jim Jackson Webster E. the worthy Ale
grove William , O. S, were among
Club at home of Mn. Ja .
Jones. *. Kenneth Greer, Loui patron and worthy matrons) '
Gaby, Lawrence King Jack Gau l honored by Miami Beach .Chapter : 1ORtirp
Mar. 28
-Mjetlng of Jennie
y Lobdell tier Richard Prothero,-,Ulric.Vlh- Tuesday night rME1R W
i Circle with Mr. Ridley
rawfurd.r M
Mar, JI -Bcn nt supper atx'lorida l lI V1 AFNrsici
Community Churcht +crOne
,. I

t Mar. )0-Meeting of tropical | So You Can't Buy Another. Bond
victory garden class In Redland
f Community Church at :t o'clockMar. t Ambit and OBI Black Ciysni

JO-Meeting of Dorca supply the VITAMIN CQOIVALEHTit
\ Class with Mrs. E. U Lawrence.
< 'Mar. Jl-H.HJS. senior, class 1111311004S
play at I p. m.

i 1 Apr InsUUatlon banquet of 41{ IIctt "till
tf \, Woman Club ot Homestead 1111 MAW

'Apr, J-Meetlng of,B.P.W.C at i
f j,Rome of Mr*. Herbert Kats. Y

Ii .* Apr. -Covr>d dish luncheon
r ft South Dade Garden Club at t111 LIE antra

home of Mn. a W., Calking at D .44' .
1 f. mo. 0 '
u t t tleu.a
Apr Meeting Redland

Neighborhood Club It, home of
+y ism Ralph Klngmait. M "'-::=:: 4.9z
19 .
'J? Apr Evening meeting of ttssel.t..pas
Konday' Music Club. with Mrs.Jtam u."..""""" .

,.Apr J. It-M..tln.Davl ,tt Homestead 'n: ';" :. 72" $2.59

.eo P.T.A.;:Apr It-Meeting of W.S.C.S S, Of= a 210' It ii bett ah be Vltam'ia Sal.

4 ',.trcte* t"-' ""''' DIM'DtfWMtf'ferry

e...eaaaes... foil CM-.... W sari yaw are'. ,.
ROLLER I . Ar'11 J..... roc.1'.. a ritM c-- .
Take a geed look at this Anjwjc. tcUkr a* fct Be \in the seed 01 *...? lrtn...: she : Satins WKwj-h' t-iriaI..haulsrout
IN COMPORT deed I Un< to.the 8 t>UiiMsik nctlk. vUtin el a lap air raid. II W not: a .u.....deals,; raises ,...supp0enreat T alias:
lssasa> sews le its >Whea rotTaa* a.k4 to buy aa extra,War Bond teBack 'with kaetra ,usniltlf* of vita.'.
the Attack tWnLot tW fidwe, el yew follow Amer can blasted by o. :
--... rN "-Ii...R ... *'e t aca ii. peed *&.** t la"'MI

....... --.t. "a* Mae'See t.*.. ..yea. think' yea o.wit wool te dig a lisle etepet 0'.e be..p ruses tat r.s, rn as CA1CIUM fAHTOTHtNATBi; B*., dtaaeecft trim its vie rises'

V *rij I pW UVfH sad ttOM.. sins) Uhs?II rout fairly leri
f Vea.' : W a4 1:1.: cooWbution:to Amerlet**:*JlM,w r, ....t"lay o -, ... '-II.fIOIIIIft ,.;

Skati lr.lWc, ,Brwker Lumber Company' L i 4 belt' DIXIE DRUG : Johns" ,-

'oA" T 1 li'a10/4t it _ ......... .IraaYJk' .j . s'Meene M map ant \ ...





""....."" .,," ".." '. '.'... " ,,," .,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,, ,, ,,,,., ,.., ,,,, ,, ,,,, "" "'" '" ""';' Tropical Garden Class

; ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTS Hears Talk on Talinum 17LAIEEDAithiiiT;


I..,-r,''''11'11' .1.LJ..LLllLl'-'L1LWJ' II\n'',''' "' JI:"' '', l'"l1''J' '.". 1.1. ,n A talk on tallnum, a tropical i}

spinach that 'gross
.' NEW CANNING CLASS :('HUUS1U1.utS HAS hummer war made by Mrst* RATE: First Iniertjoit) lIe a line, subsequent Insertion I
TO MEET: MONDAY NIGHTA BIRTHDAY DINNER: C Reedy at vnterday'i meetingof tea line .. d' !

DeW clan In tanning 'Will be The tenth birthday ot Charles the tropical victory garden

i formed Monday evening at T Williams ton of Mr. and Mr clan taught by Mn Jo*.. WUton'|i FOR RENT HOGS-boar*, barrow, gilt, bred

o'clock in the Future Farmer Dan Wfllams, was celebrated at Lowe In the ftedland Community sows, any all*. MODEL A Mo. ;.'

clubhouse, announce Mr*. Geo. a birthday dinner at hit home Church. Mr. Retly a'lI re,ROOMS and apartment Reasonable TOR TRAILER, A-tO AVERT

N Wakefleld, Instructor.At ( Tuesday evening.Present viewed briefly ankle by; Dr.' ratea, hot water mad thow.t. PLOW. a D. Cask Phone

the Tuesday afternoon clan, beside the family; were David Fairchild and Mabel Dole ..., Palm Hotel. Honda City. 235-J. (m7tf)
each member took home, aa her ),t.... Chi. OUt, Mix Barbara', There are no due in this states

hare, six can of coup mixture, William and Sid Vihlen. sponsored clan, says Mr Low.,. FOR SALE YOUNG Jeney-Cuemaey much A y
Next Tuesday at 130: o'clock New member may join at anytime ':,I Cow with week-old batter

the group will meet to .can tomato I and visitors art welcome.I II (IPRE.WAR TAYLOR-TOT baby 3, L. Dickinson. wren tram v I
juice. REDLAXD CANNING CLASS at itroller; on wheel lightly hoepital,"-Htmnestead.
HAS BIO OITTUTi i I The class meet on Thursdays ;I i
I o'clock. damaged 11 N. W. Sth St,
MRS. MATTHEWS HOSTESSTO ;i Method of drying and canning I Homeate. 11 (MIS) RARE TROPICAL TRIES, shrubs
W.B.C4. CIRCLE: TWO coconut were demonstrated Wednesday -1 I i I ornamental, palm Phone CU

Mr*. 8. F. Matthew was preIding at Mrs. W. U Mahan'il[I Special Services to Be .WHEEL TRAILER. One tire kin,, 68S-W. I ml. w. of Florida

officer and hostess at a canning class In the Redland!!I Held by Episcopalian: food M new, phone 509-J. aty. onto .
meeting 'of WSCS. Circle Two Woman' Hub I fmt) <
. '.' la the Sunday school building! The das canned 234 quarts of I I Im.p ---- ONE-ROW Potato Digger tor :
| The Holy Sacrament will be,11aminatered Mangle
2I.iII.laecI Easy In (food power take oft Frank H. Bar
Tueaday. Refreshment bean, 49 Quarto of shelled!
were at a special acrvlce IIJ I): '
I v condition. Smltb-Oravea rurnItuif necker. HMD t
erved during I( bean and I II Ij i i'I
the aocIa' bour.I B4 quart of pear; 1'St.. ,John'i Episcopal Church'II' Co. (pmM -- .
Z *. The-other present were Mr'j I Meetings are held en Wednesday -'''M.... U and a litany Service wti): LOST

; Dan' WUflams; Mr. 6. L. Sho- ( Inornings'at 10 o'clock i iI I II I I be held that evening, announce VM9OM louse plus small apaitnwnt -.,.. i'

walter'Mr J.:, A. McNTeill and I I Mr and tra. Casper Williams Dr, A. t* Burgreen, rector. .t In ....r. Lot 50x150 f'.'So. $175 IN BILLS tied In bundle '

Dr. D. Sewetl Palmer. I and daughter Barbara, wt'rtl]1 I I A Lenten study course will 'be I Krome av. (Key West highway), lost In Homcateadror on Over- ti

I Sunday dinner guest of Clinton: directed by Dr. Burgreen today Homestead Lights, water, .ewer Seas Rd. within I mile aoulh.
"' ,
Homestead Girl Scouts" 1 Pepper In Princeton Sunday, I and I next Friday. .tor,' Writ. Box A-140. car Led- Liberal reward. J. R. Pop** '1'

Bjr.Jnnr L.. Davis I| Good Friday sen-Ire ,will beheld I .,.- **. Priced ..JlceptloraI (ml4tf f'LOSTBay

""""111"" .. n"",,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, :l I Mr and Mr*. David C. Williams! Apr. 7. n\\I Uy low. (pInS pony---Tuesday--night:, t'.

r The Girl Seoul bought a place'I entertained dinner Tuesday'evening A REAL BARGAIN Notify Mai. L. E. Mutgrove Rt. :
to South Miami near MattsonMammock I H. L Brown and his.READ THE WANT.ADsl I 1, Box 444-E: (Halnlln dr.) or ,:'
James 1 7-ROOM HOUSE on plot fronting
Billy and Charles. 'o
and 'a ra'planning to go I Harry. Cooper Homettead I7
HO feet on S. Krome ova and
pmji "!
camping there-toon. ( ,
300 feet on Lucy it. (Home-
The ,Girl ScOut to : -- t
are going
ttead-norlda City line), Lights t
take up a collection for the American PERSONAL
i water, Price unbelievably ,
sewerage. ;
Red Croat at the picture HOUSES FOR SALE j low. See owner on PLAY THE PIANO again. Take
show from the 23rd !
through the: f
29th of this month. premise, 624 S Krome ave. a "rfre'her court* using keyboard
The I (Key Wn highway; ), or address harmony. > teson for <
Parrot Patrol had
an amateur Box 792. Homestead (pmjl) 110. Phone 878M-1. v'I
hour .t Sa1'1 Suber'
W* enjoyed ,It. The girl that HOMESTEADDownpayment -w i I OOi'l laying Leghorn pul- I II j(I (Mar 10, 17.24' \ I i iI

participated were: Sally Suber,I ,.
Mary Lou Muuehlhlte, Rebecca I Coconut Palm dr. H I II |I I pain tit Stomach Ulcer. lnrt\-

Brown, Joyce Walker and Jenny minimum, $299. I mile W. of Rodland rrt. (pm7) I i I all on, Heartburn Belching. t.
Lou Davis Qther girl present Bloating Nausea cia Pain,
were' Shirley Otter, Betty June Balance on low rental basis. FICA 1 Demlng heavy duty tryplet 'I get free simple, Udga, at

Turner Joyce Morgan Emma I pump, capacity 100 gallon per;| Brown's Pharmacy (p7)] ; '

Jane Rives, Barter Ann Shuler, financed., New 3 bedrooms one minute up to 100 pounds pressure -
tola Nell Rcmna. Betty Anr For belt drive. Prier WANTED

Plummer, Mary; Jane Hompkln, bath, hardwood floors, kitchen cab- 1225.00. I .-6 } .

Shirley Creei aerved wfreshmem I I Doming high head bronze fitted WANTED Secretary- )
We enjoyed them very inet with linoleum draijiboard centrifugal pump with 1500.
"' tnbbh. I'I tookkejper.: Full Urn; ?
Wars Il'id"to hear that I peed ball bearing S honepower 4

- Joyce Enni '1* better The next stove and hot water heater, electric I motor completj with starting steady position. Apply; ?
meeting will be witch. Ideal for large sprinkling -
March 28 at the in handwriting.:
' home of Mr. Frank L. Skill refrigerator. Price $4200. For ')'Item. Price $225.00. :| r ri '
[, Large quantity of fine 2V **an-|i P Box 36, Homfc
DRJIAYNES further information contact Taylor : dard galvanized pipe 'In full'; st (m24))

length with tome fitting:| .
Construction Co. 400 American rued 'i I l
(Ctliltinu. (From Page One) slightly 'WANTED TO RENT-in Home- '

NpshvtUe.andVanderbilt University Bank BIdg. Miami. Phone or *eiMACRVDEK I l j I stead, oneor two-bedroom. ".

In J895, He served In -theedlcaroorp'of Phone 3014. 1 i house or garage apt by couple

the U. S. Army FUME A ann co. that ha been resldiiit here II

J ty the Spanlah-Amerlcan war ,of18B8. --- I I I months. Phone 1 during business -
Coconut Grove Fla. hour ,

,'A er retiring from the prac W rttumtt mrtl,.r to hw, Ul Baal /'VOTIC or APPLICATION! ((M7tf
tice-of medicine Dr. Haynes with will h... UWNMI .. Jw Mh digr .f April FOB TAX DIED 50 PIANOS wanted. Highest price
A. D 1544.Vegas .
kw wife and eon, Roy came to than lot der of ........ A. D. 1M4.B. NonCII la rates.Eun N. 17444 GIVEN ayes. 1 paid, Any style or age. Oraun'l

.-Homeatead tn 1B24 and engaged 8. LEATHEaHAN LUCT a CAB. .....> u vein W irw P"-" Piano House 2380 N.W. 7th St. j
r Bi the real estate t'IarIt ft ClmiH. Cmit Ctt, W Miami Tw __.. NmWra4 Miami. (d J7U
He Ir
DM. ew.". ftartiCtrtnlf 111*. aisia, 11414 sow "" .M UK
was a member of the Masonic Court hI. 4tIt day d J.y A. D. IMt. ku final t"
order = ay : C. STERRX r?. A; .II C.rtIl..r .. w ."..., ... has CAB SERVICE WANTED:: Duck, M a week, 2JflIb
't'--:: "' Man .. IA a4.. .. r4 1.Nt ) and" arodlaai. for tu 4w4 ... W- Rt. S. Box 101, Homestead .'
.. .
tbOTsrs towrmes II ._ with ..... .
TjCF3rrf I <'...f....... ., .I able rates '
ales *
F .... I rot APPLICATION the f>Ui>wiw do..rlld :I WANTED-Repair Work, atone
-- .
-- atmut to Dado V...
JlQnCI., o,, "TIOIII roe OM' W 4tni AM. w JIll tf. rkrM.. to vH t building, cement work rooflnftetc.
, '<''' : lit m. A tusN Ul l.. Bbrk. t.: TMlrtk at Muon. Day Phone, ............ 9108 llth Hour )Minion Box tt,
(aw 114TrA.a'd J"! Tint I* HEREBY GIVEN the Plat lash a. .... '.. to UK Car r
i Homestead. Cd lot)
C. IHATTUCK. h older at Tvn N.: MUnl. Mated Doss ..... rf ........!
lOTln MnuSY aGIVEN : Night Phone ........ 239
'* : Miami Tt* CWtllaiM tf* SM bad so?, as wkhMM to CmUW.w linn
merino w. Bate bei4.e ., Time d brart UH 4tIt 4w ........ A. D. IMt. TW .M..rat w MM ...::. ..o9tk. I need grove with or without
.North Visual l m catifk*.. NK in ...< Sk win. I. ny iM Seems .110. dy .. of 'U..._ HO.ics TE D CAB SERVICE
f. A. D. Made spelkwti for a tall daM 4 lot J.
call K.
1s". hid .? V'ST-m. Ut slash Drop me a postal or
.. sow --. Sato CrrUfltouo. 14. t. Twelfth W. MUM.
has mesa .... ....... far a at dad 'wan" the t.il.wie dmerlMd _e. Plat iteot a. rap as, to UM CIIr eI,, :\fC>. a "'-r. 'Pre,., . Dome 22463 Miami at my expense.
he Stated is.ee.., Sato w the T... North moat Coestr d0.A. ....,..I. -.tr d DM*. ant. rf rbrMM .. :"t---.:. .
:. e5.irom, ti..fa11..Im, d. awd .= .. Santa .I' Pbrld., a was I .-.... .. CmMrat. M, 11aa Toe .' Reverse charges.M _
!, 4klog, Cenlll ., be" sate of Let It. .... of Est i ., IIIKI4 of '11116.ht .nse.e..l d -.Yseams .saw .
I'1orioIa _It I _.... t*, IWMklp M auMk .._ Sets t eddrats Vast III 1" so.,.. ; ; A .
Let r- . . . M A . ,
14 Sleek 41. from "._. Wid If ..... PUt sack '. ran Itl. to tIM .r Vhka woo .
I'IM AoIdttlna". iMtkA-, pnt ito.. sewn .f If...." MlMnL OiiMy of .... Ut la. .tar* t. Twelfth. M.M.fB we .
Ka M P... s* to ......... l-n, Tmi.M .*..w M rwto., M _.... to CIlllnt. .* *. r.... 'II..... ikt ,Ckr F h
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t Burwe'I, who are staying in Hollywood : Mr. and Mn. M. H Kennedy'|*r* t rough aftoroooe.
while U. Wlncfleld attends -. WWI return to their home In Detroit | The remaining: schedule exceptfor '
!i a navigation school there.: this week after a brief two game! with Andrew
In and Around "" visit with Fred ttenn. I(Jackson High School, dates of
I Mn. A. a More left for st. I which I have not been set U a a .
Augustine Tuesday to be with Mr and Mr. R Warren and'foOowKMarch
Homestead !!Mr. More who hat been In a host family have returned to their Xl-Miaml Beach, there,
pita there sine Jan Ss.I home to Ohio. March Ji-Ponce de Leon, hero
I April 4-rRedland, here.
Guest at the home of the Rev I Delbert Austin has returned to April 11 Miami Beach here
I his home In. Bowline Green after -Miami High >
and Mrs. L. B. Crantford are I II April (night
: : The RedUnd senior will observe -, A. Palmer Brooks of Mt Vernon their daughter-ln-liw and grandson short vialUwith D. Baldwin game) there.
: skip day today; N. T., who spent thev past I Mrs. L B. Crantford Jr, of :" April 1$-Ponce de Leon, there.
S toe and Mn J. B. Adam JS Redland I .
I I six week here with his nephew Chattanooga and her baby son Apr there.
and niece, Mr. and Mrs. J. R.' Bobby, who plan to spend several and Jim Owens of Miami were April 2 -Miami High '(night
Mrs R. X. Centner daughterOf
; i Sunday guest et Mr, and Mr. game) then.Basketball.
Mr Brooks left for his home OIIYled.:; week her, and Mrs. L. B. Cl'antford'
Mr and Frank Skill. re- A. C. Stanford.
Deader, sister Mn. L B. Nicker- Crown
turned Tuesday from Dayton, O, I
I t son a former resident of the Homestead High ended lU
where Pvt Centner II serving lathe Mrs. C Guard and Mrs. R.
material command it Wright Mrs. Virgil Lyon left Wednesday -! Florida Keys Walt are visiting friends In basketball season Mar, 11 whenit
I Field for Scranton, 3. C, where; Clewlston this week. failed "by a hair" to retain the
t she will remain several weekswith state Class, B cbamplO1 hIp lathe .
! C. t Stuff wit down from! her sister, Mn. T. H. Floyd, FLORIDA CITY final tournament game with
j' Miami Beach last week to look who is cs...cll17 IlL Bf Wurea Sewrri JAMES ARCHES SOTTBnosrrrAL Daytona Beach, which ended 41
! U It in favor of the Ver Beach'Indians
over his crow bar*. Mrs. J. T. wt;; ; of Mlam/Sml; NEWS To reach the finals, the

I Key West visited her from Tuesday The Florida City Community Grower defeated Mulberry 8127 -
t MrII. James Archer Smith, lr. till Thursday with her par. church will hold a benefit covered Aa eight-pound. eight-ounce ; Tarpon Spring, 44-11, and
f with her young ton, Janet Archer eats, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. West I dish supper Oft,'Mar. 2a at 7 son was bom1 to Mr. and Mrs, Bollev U-ai, Homestead had
! Jrd spent Tuesday and Wed' o'clock, Jack Gadway of Naranja In held the Claw B Uto ehamplbtt(
1. nesday of this week with Dr. and Mrs. H. L. Brown ha gone to I James.Archer Smith Hospital on hip for three year
\ 'r ) Mr*. /. A. Smith. She plan to Headland. Ala, to be with her The Scott Home'on 14th"St.W Mar 11Aa Homestead IHa... basket
;. 1, leave her home In Miami toe mother, 'Mn. M. W, Dunlap who been purchased by W, R. Good. dtfht-pwund daughter WM ball record: won If; lost C
I to spend a Math ia Tampa ad I 11 critically HI. inf. born to Mr. and Mrs. A. X. Me- point s scored 1,092; .*veragepoints
I'r North Carolina' white Mr. toll Mulllaa ot ,Homestead en Mar per game, 44;' opponent'
i*. In South America and.tile \frt. E. J. Dysl 1* recovering Jess Cavs left this week for II. points tcoi-ecI. T14; opponente'average
Caribbean area on a bmlaeas from an influent waves\ Her Brazil where he la employed.Mr. Medical patient this 'week Include point per Bam, 90.Flemey .
trip for Put American Airways.Mrs. daughter Mill Nina a senior at Mrs. Alee! Lanier and Mr*. Lott foes Into the rose
.. Stetson University, wa* home and Mr*.:t.,R. Becker were Mary fitamond of .Homestead.Mn ord book a* one of 34om+etead's.
drank Skill plan to leave for the week-end. week-end guests ot Mr. and Mr W. W. Bethea of Goulds, J. great,,, His lea: ey graduation,
Apr. 1$ for a' visit to, Training '" Rudolph Matteson In Fort Pierce. W. Truer pi Iilimoradi and H. will be''eN one rw the
; ton D. C. at the borne of her Recent guest of Mr. and Mr*. r B. McKdvey of New York. Growers. His record of point
: sister Mn. J. 'T. Wright She A. J, Barger of ModeUo were Charles lee returned this week Fred Jenkins of Redland Camp scored-Ir. 1MI-4S; I4T; lf4S-43.
will see her elder nephew. WU- Mr*. Barter's sister and niece, from South America where he Is t surgical patient, 124; 1MJ-44, Ml. H* was selectedfor
t linn, receive a dtplonu Irem Mrs. W. a Smith of Ridge Spring, had been t government employe*. the all-district and all-state'
Washington Medical I team each of these three ,
; George S. C, and her daughter, Peggy BASEBALLContinued yeara
: School and on Apr. 21 attend his Ann. Mrs. Louis Ro enth burg returnedto and was captain ef the honorary
wedding. She plant to remain I her home In CosCob. Conn, ( From Page One) mythical team in 1...-...:
i till after June 2 when her younger -] Mrs. Nellie Bridge of Blake- Monday after a visit with Mr. and School diamond at 4 o'clock next Homestead placed four player
: nephew, J. '1'., Jr. will receive1diploma ly Gs, who has spent two months: Mrs. Wm J. Geronlmo. Wednesday afternoon. Ponce: led on this year1 afl-stato team::
l a from Welt Point here with her lon-ln-Uw' and. by hard-hitting Sack Bnsslng-nernoy Lott, Billy Forte, Robert
I daughter Mr. and Mrs. E. L.' Mn. Edward Tiadale I* visiting ton, promise to give the Grew Sullivan Harry Bishop. ,
\? Mr. and Mn. A. F. Arthur win! Lawrence will leave for her her husband, CpL Tlsdal, in,
: ; ( 1'1IOext week to the Home I home on Monday Georgia Mra. Nervsl Cuthns'
; house In Porvenlr' recently occupied of Augusta Ga. arrived this
I by Mr. and Mr*. W. E. D. Zella Burgreen I* recoveringfrom week for a visit at the Tiadale,
Wird. It li being repaired and i the measles.A horn.
repainted.Miss .
; daughter Sharon Mrs W.Schutt I* 111 this week. GROWERSWe
I Marie, WM
Helen Livingston hit returned born Mar. II to Mr.. and Mrs.
i from Victoria Hospital in Lloyd Turman In Port Orange
pick pack and sell fruit. -
1 Miami where the underwent .a where Mrs. Turman'f parent reside your

\I major; operation Mr. Turman, who was stationed CHOWDERBAR We do not buy It.
*here a* border patrol Inspector
; W B. Martin of Macon arrived it now In the air force ea
Wednesday to be near Ml titter at Kessler Field, MI... Silver Palm Fruit Growers' Assn.Growerowned
r.1ra. Wm. Ewing, who la critically HI-MAN CONCH CHOWDER .
1 in In James Archer Smith Hospital Pfc. and Mr*. Lawson Walker CITES YOU TIM. VIGOR
Another liter, Mr*. a B. are on a furlough visit to Cor. AND WGGUr non-profit CO-OPERATTVB

her Carter two of wk Ozark, Ala. ha been dell Okla. Chill, Steaks Chops racking. How la en the Seaboard Railway to KcdlaiMhi

South et Flammer
Mr. 'and Mrs. Goo Frick hd tlJ Jt. B. Second Avenue Drive
) Mr*. G. W. Drlggen of NaranJ as guests Tuesday and Wednesday 214 N. E. First Street 252-J-3
phone W Crow
M. Mer.u.
Ja Is in Victoria Hospital lit Ml- Mra. Frick's sister and nephews MIAMI FLA. ,
ami recovering from a major Mrs Robert Wlngfleld, of
operation performed lilt,week. Dsland and sons, Robert Lee and
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Mr. J. H. Harlin of Glasgow,
r Uy, hn arrived for a twoweekvisit
with her nephew and niece,
Mr, and Mr*. Howard I* Johnson
tgad her grandniece. Janice Howard

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Polk expect: .
to have a* guests Tuesday Mr "
and Mrs Gall McCray and MnXmma

i McCrsy of Hollywood ,
A .
t l i.tra. Garland Wynn, Jr. and -MM "
f w !MS t/'V$ '.
both of
Miss Margaret Crawford, .

rns her Little with River Councilman spent the week-end and'Mrt. : Ceeswlt as heat ;your ,fertilizer 'requirements <,. ': "

J. O. Wynn. ;fy

Mr*. Wilson Chat. of Chlca for the coming year. '.
; f go it spending the season In .. '
Redland with Mr and Mrs. ItO '
Conwett : : "' Due to government regttktioii and short ,

+ Mr. and Mr*. A. WeU of Saddle . ,' _, I ,', .
River, N. J, who hive sport > :
; the wtlltft.II.'fritJ\. ton " .

nd daughter-in-law; Mr; and "Tanlre ALL el HI" repllr Mixtttre : t .
Mr*. Walter Welas plan to leave '
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for their home Tuesday | 1'
c i1H' beet is Y'as RMr ere pos8th1 what'", ),
1 :Mr. w. L. ShackWord of sit" '" .
BurII Ilhlm' arrived Sunday 'to -ii' 'tt

'visit her 101I.11I.... aed deug*. .(:. .. wifl" need.Florida 'If\!' ',,, 1" "'i: '. -
4 gar,,Mr. and Mr.,Wr 5, Mteaep, . ;; "-J1'II; ::1, ' > '
?1 Ogn bar mother, Mr. W. P. : : .. :.. :;.
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