The Miami Herald from Miami, Florida on February 28, 1941 · 41
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The Miami Herald from Miami, Florida · 41

Miami, Florida
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Friday, February 28, 1941
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AY FEBRUARY 23 1341 THE HERALD MIAMI FLORIDA PAGE FTE— D gelcctecs fo Leave For Camp Today 149 Will Entrain For Blandinj: Making 406 This Week Picks Ponies ryg lat of the February rail of f-e draft boarns will lrae at "0 ! m tCKlav for induction into the iny at tan r Blandinj Fla Departure of 149 rnrn today will rti total of 4 Of men who left for't-f armv Werlnedav jppri d'-parfpri and 140 men left t-e Se board Ar Fine railway Staton Thim-day Fire draft fta’d's furm'bed the eota (i 5'ft Ttiur:da Draft torc! 5 ‘Oi 47 rtr board 8 47 togrd p 4J borfid 10 9 men end liardllh men et F inal Order Toda board 1 wi 1 rend 49 men board 3 will seed 51 mm and board 4 mil 'nrd 49 Final instructions mere pien toe men Thursday at thnr rrspcctAe raft boaid headquarters Jn toe Inbin of ttie Congress btiildinjr sc Wires of board 4 were tenaord b A! AVlute’s orchestra Jjkause V whrise real Bandit Robs Beaeli Visitor Of $1 Or $100 Victim Pares Top Bill been tween Flamingo drive and Flamingo place Miami Beach Gatty told Earl D Carpenter Te-tective chief that the bandit about 40 years old poked a “thin looking revolver” irto the automobile and ordered him to empty his rear pocket and hand the contents to the robber The robbery victim said he had j Deen gambling at the Club Bali and Off Roll and Drops the Club Esquire and did not know how much raonev he had with him Rest Behind Seat or the denomination of the bill on the top of the roll but that he A bandit early Thursday robbed ‘PPthetopbill off while band-Pon r-ot- x- x- i A 1 ln£ n to the bandit droppirg the Ben Gattv of New ork City who remainder in back of the seat He ! is a guest at the Greytone Hotel 1 also offered the bandit his watch Miami Beach of an undetermined i and ebain which was refused amount of cah while Gattv and a 1 As the bandit walked awav Gatty woman companion were seated in j and his companion started to fol- - his car in Tuerm-fifth street be- low him but when the bandit ' pardon turned on them they hurried back to the car and sped awav He explained “The bill I gave him might have been $1 or $100 I don't know” He declined to reveal the identity of his companion Declares Men Steal Just To Escape Draft AUGUSTA Maine Feb 27 fTV-State Prison Warden John H Welch says he believes that “several young men committed to state prison in recent months committed crimes just to avoid the draft” He declares that such crimes as automobile larceny have increased since selective service The army he i points out does not accept persons 1 with a criminal record unless they hae been granted an executive i Minimum Wage Rate Fixed For Cane Fields WASHINGTON Feb 27 (P)— Minimum wage rates for production of sugar cane in Puerto Rico this year will be the same as those in effect last year the agriculture department announced The rates ranged from $1 to $170 a day in addition to the accessories customarily furnished workers such as a dwelling garden plot pasture lot authorized under the 1937 sugar and medical services Producers control act must meet the depart-who apply for benefit payments I ment's minimum wage scale TURKEYS Dttki Ruittn Srtiltrt Cit-U Frytn SOUTH KENDALL POULTRY FARM or FARMER'S CITY CURB MARKET PHINE 3-3018 TH I NEW VITAMIN TandTT msm DEALT FOR (EVERY COOKING AND'TABLE USE tiotiobe Confused with Ordinary Canned Milk A1 PuZhrve has been called into the service A! pciformed on his $1000 I'-copiinn which the srmv has allowed him to take w ith him to camp Pughese organized the orchestra ftie years ago More than 500 per-1 pons weie attracted to the scene hv I the concert which lasted for 45 minutes Draft hoard officials began Thursday sea Tlung their records for 117 men v o will be inducted into the en ice at Camp Blandmg on March 17 —Moffett Phoio Horse racing is cne cf the big resort drawing cards for Mrs Thomas E Ryan Brook-lre Mass guest at the Versailles hotel ENVOY TO CF7T BOOMER lGS CANBERRA Australia Feb 27 (UP) — The government is sending six boomerangs to Richard G Casp Australian minister to Wash-name is ington for gifts to American friends there Caev had reported that boomerang throwing is becom-j ing quite a cult in the United 1 States SUGAR TREE Ever tes'a r°al Saaar Tree grapefruit? IT S DELICIOUS! You'll want to send a gift box direct from the crov9 Free juice 79th St 1 block west of Biscayne ALSO Trcil at 6°th A ve NEW UTENSIL FREE SHOULD B81LL0 FAIL TO CLEAN 3G3EE0 czlzd IWi lit rnnTfims if SfflJMttlM t-Z-SE AVE COABEDBEEFl LOAF &SUVEJEAZMF Start the Day with Baked E-Z-SERVE LIVER LOAF with Eggs Butter ramekins v ell and place one or rvio slices ot E-Z-Serve Liver Loaf in each Break egg over each slice Add one tablespoon cream to each egg Salt and pepper to taste Bake in a moderate oven until egg is set An appetizing Sunday breakfast or a hearty quickly prepared lunch Another breakfast hint Fold slices of sauteed Liver Loaf between omelet halves Other recip-t for serving Morrell E-Z-Serve Liver Loaf hot or cold can be found on the Liver Loaf can and in the recipe leaflet tucked under key on the can I' Easy to Fix Delightful to Eat -Z-SERVE HAM LOAF with Sweet Potatoes Cut Morrell F-Z-erTe Ham Loaf into four slices iop each t:h circle of pineapple Arrange mound ot mashed seet potatoes on top of pineapple Broil at low heat or hake in a slow men fl until meat is hot and pota-F J acs lfe Ughily brow ned 1 1 Top each mound with a toasted marshmallow 1 1 Serve immediately l Make EZ ere Hari T I Loaf sandwiches for that I lUQ-h boa! And DO try ( ! of tried E-Z-Serve Ham Loaf with scrambled r I ggs! It s delicious! Vopynght 1941 John Morrell U Co FREE for only I-Z-SERVE LOAF COUPONS TAT long graceful nontrrnish-ng V antdzloy steel blade non-rbent bakclire harull r TH bsorbent bakclire handle curved to t the band and ingenious safety top to protect fingers make this Lmie Tust !?'’’ of r'ei? home hl U-purpove camng knife is t:me euy to introduce the six new Morrell F-Z-- ej e Meat Loa es Order all sis todav ! Bfluni°y ilX UsT easily prepared To get this carving knife send six T-Z-Serre Meat Loaf coupons from the recipe leaflets tucked under the kevs on the bottoms of the cans to John Morrell & Co Dept MH 2-28 Ottumw a low a Easy to Serve Easy to Eat E-Z-Serve Loaves Can't Be Beat! J°hn Motrall A Co Conoral Offices Ottumwa Iowa Makers ot E-Z-Cut Ham ffl®00Gce MEBCESiOQESJB vt AniERDCA’S FAVORITE AT FAVORITE PRICES! Coffee and donuts are one of America's favorite food combinations! And A&P Coffee and Jane Parker Donuts are America's favorites! Just think — every seventh family in America buys A&P Coffee — Eight o'clock Red Circle or Bokar Each of these superb blends is roasted to flavor peak Your choice will be CUSTOM GROUND exactly right for your coffee pot at the moment you buy! Jane Parker Donuts plain sugared or cinnamon are America's largest selling brand! They're rushed fresh from A&P Bakeries to A&P Stores — so good they almost melt in your mouth! Why not try this favorite combination — today? FRUIXS1AIDIVEGETABCE$ FRESH GREEN LARGE BUNCHES BROCOLL! 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Toaight ocr an appetizing dhb ot Aan Pig Macaroai or Spaghetti made ot Fancy Semolina Sound only ia lha boat WonnitiM Arhoom 3 SSSl 13c ANN PAGE SEEDLESS BLACK RASPBERRY JAM 'hi 17c ANN PAGE— RICH ZESTFUL APPETIZING hi 10c 2 ot? 25c CHILI SAUCE ANN PAGE — ADDS THAT CHEF'S TOUCH TO SALADS FREI1CU DRESSING 8-0 Z BOT 10c i

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