Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00503
 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: August 15, 1941
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00503
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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I Catner r; Ile .1aGIL THE HOMESTEAD

iJ;t "' Florida's Weekly Tabloid LEADER-ENT RPRISE I herving District 1112 aedlandiJ Since

VoL, 30-No. 32 ._, Homestead, Florida, Friday, August 15, 19U Price :H Cents }

I Recaptured Convict Is Identified

t As Oversea Road Murder Bandit i


Aqueduct Bonds Expected 1M. T. FINK POSITIVE PHOTO 1

L ..::- To Be Validated Next Week PICTURES MAN WHO SHOT ',

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TO R. F. C. LOAN 'Army Parachute Jumper Held Here I' DRIVER OF GROCERY TRUCK

Not Deserter, Just AWOL, He Says I II

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LAST HURDLE I John Henley, 20-year old] -army his A. W. O. L condition" Mrs I THE WEATHER Warrant Sworn Out Last I I

.parachute jumper, !is in the Homestead Eunice lent hint her car so he couldgo ] Official weather"'report of the Night b>' Local Justice :
to the
county airport to look for
jail AWOL from his
Subtropical of :
Experiment Station Peace
a Job-at least thats what he said
FORKEYSPART battalion at Fort Benning Ga 1 Homestead Florida
wanted the car for He was
Henley was described at a deserter supposed to be back with the automobile I Dal. ( I Min'I RM i SUM 2 TERMS ALREADY
. i' in Miami papers yesterdaybut : by noon Wednesday. Aug. T I| i"1 I 68 |30.Oil FACE 22-YEAR-OLD ;
he insisted here last night Yesterday morning! a description i Aug ( I 82 | 71 |30,02 trace I

Letting of Construction that he would not be a deserter of the car and Henley was broadcast I Au,. B. -. | 93 | jig I 1Aug. |
until he had been absent from hit and it was learned that he was 10_ |11111 | 66 I I Crime Near Here Commit.
Contract to Follow II post for thirty days-and he already In the Miami jail. He had Aug 11 | 96 |1118 (130.041 ted After ERcape

1 at OnceFAIRBANKS.MORSE walked out of Fort Bennlg on July been picked up as he slept In the I I Au,. 12 | 84 | 67 130.001| From PrisonMark
1$. I I far In Miami Wednesday night and Aug 13 I 84 |167 |130.001| .14

; Henley cam down to Homested detained by Miami polio! for In-I I
I Thomas Fink of Mi it 'I i nun ,
to visit his aunt Mrs Lena Eunice,I vestigatlon A warrant from the
,-"wl TO* FURNISH PUMPS two weeks ago-.neglecting of local Justice1 cf4h Mpeacs' ottiM SEWER LAYING positively Identified the ""lOW-
i course to live any intimation! of brought him to Homestead where graph of a recaptured L ,,ulct,

: 150 Days Allowed for Installation I he was bound over to criminal TO BEGIN TODAY James C. Maiden, 22, as th, man

L at Source court at a hearing last night who held up and fatally wuunded
CONTRACT LET i At the city Jail last night Henley] Mark
of Fink Jr. wh male
": Supply i said he had gone to the airport, AT LABOR CAMPSLaying I II grocery truck driver on the iver
failed to get a job and then he and
I sea Highway, two miles smith of
Validation of bonds for the Florida FORLKIIITLNGOFCOUNTY
friend from
Keys Aqueduct Commission a Princeton went to Florida City, on Feb. 14.

i turn over to the R. F. C f or. its to seek Miami his The own diversion friend left while Henley]Hen-to of sewer lines will start Justice of the Peace Sid L Kendrick -
AIRPORTJohn I acting at
I share of the aqueduct cost win be I lley, according to his story. went today at the s:tes cf the two migratory Mills the request lOr Ray
investigator for the Dada
completed next week It I I farm labor under
I was 1 to look up a girl friend. I camps County states attorney sued
learned yesterday As soon as this "She 't said Hen- construction near Homestead
wasn home
la done and the money has beenmade T Mapet Miami Beach electrical -I Frank Morris, chief sanitation engineer a warrant last night arg-
I ley, "and started back for Homestead
Ing Malden with the ,
available for contractor has been awarded mui ti of
project, the of the Farm Security Administration -
but lost
and out of "
navy department Is expected to a contract to install] a ]lighting i got ran I' ,arrived Tuesday nightto Fink. Mr Kendrick said the Maiden -
IIand it after T Clock '
was so
announce award of the contractfor system at the county airport here,: supervise in,tial work on the had escaped from a penitentiary -
M all I could do
to In the
| was go sleep I II
another state '.efore
construction according to an announcementmade just
of the pipeline sewer M. L. Mascia, assistant
and wait for the .
stations to
car gas I
the murder and
had boon '
In Washington, Wednesday. I I up-
Contract for district engineer arrived Vtednesday -
furnishing installing
The amount'of the contract la open i tured some time afterward Tracing -
on an inspection v sit I
diesel motors centrifugal Under ,
I questioning by Miami police I
of his
"2.800. movements bcfo and
James Sottiie Sr, who has the
pumps and auxiliary
pumping County Commissioner J D. Redd Henley revealed that he was I after the Fink hold-up mun led
subcontract for all clearing, exca
equipment for the aqueduct AWOL.
pump. said would from the 501st parachute I I authorities to connect him with
last night that
vation, in and ,
filling landscaping
Ing station to be constructed 'near I battalion' at Fort Benning I it.
i be signed today or tomorrow leasing -
Florida City," was awarded to Questioned here last night he said said yesterday that he Is working I ,
the airport to the department Maiden has since been ned
navy I In four six- I
Fairbanks-Morse Company I crews night and day :
on he held the rank of signal corporal
as an auxiliary training i field Gossman is over to the penitentiary of \u another -
bid of approximately 1133000, it for and had Jumped with a parachuteseven hour shifts Rudolph state fir Oil .
the naval air training station white a hold-up Unit
was learned here ,foreman at the Redland ( )
{ yesterdsy at Opa-Locka The lift irg con- times.He and whatever sentence he iglit
Sottiie is fore-
One hundred fifty day is the I tract, Mr. Redd said was evidently, was very sure of himself on I camp and William receive in Florida couiU f,. the
South Dade ( )
of the
contract time allowed( for install awarded on conditional basis. the question as to whether he was man I Fink murder would have tu'I.t
latlon of the equipment absent without leave or had deserted camp completion of his prison ten for
Williams Brothers cf Tulsa, Other, personnel appo.ntments I
Okla., understood to be low I were announced by Mr SctUle as
are I OIL RECLAIMER I know", he said, "because I
,*..f bidder for the aqueduct construction have been AWOL. before but follows: Russell Horne, dragline ,Kendrick
at a figure $1,OJ ,000. always was careful to get back before operator; John Barnes. grader operator which1tel
More than 80 per cent of the I TO SAVE $400 AT the thirty days were up. I ; Scottie I. Smith, Dexter I,I was(Continued not certain on as Page to Thrc-)
Hunter, bulldozer
Horne and Herbert -1
18-inch pipe to be used in the sure hope the sherIff can get me
aqueduct has been processed at the back to Fort Benning before the 30 operators; R. Godwin and]I -

treatment plant here I ONCE FOR CITY days are up this time" (Continued on Page Three) I LOCALS WIN 4-8
Donald E. Bell of Annapolis,

j' Join arrived the;in engineering Homestead staff of Md"1,I I An oil reclaimer; -Installed it the Water Carnival at Local 1 Pool Aug. 27 FROM I CCC; PLAYNAVYONSUNDAY

W. 1. Sawyer, resident officer In Homestead light and water plant I I
charge of construction, as an Inspector. this week will prevent junking of Will Be Climaxed by

/ i ., 1,000 gallons of lubricating oil .
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which has been In the light engines A swimming ;meet and water I prospective ontestanta are
C. J. Parman to Return for five yean and la now past due carnival: will be staged at the advised to register at the swimming -
From Lime Probe Today for changing I pool immediately and get in Homestead strong tkuiball
Homestead Municipal SwimmingPool
The oil reclaimer test $700 With as much training aa possible, Mr. team maintained iu leadership In
; Return ef Clarence 3 Parman lubricating oil costing the, city on the evening of Au,. 27 McKee Mid yesterday. Contestants the Dade County Amatour Leagueby
I who was seat by local time shipper about 40 or 4Je a gallon, the saving A program of competitive swimming will be classed In two divisions trouncing the much-ttrcujth-
to investigate collapse of the Persian to be affected In reclaimed oil and diving will be climaxed Junior and senior The Junior ened CCC camp 8 to 4 last Sunday
lime market In the North was 'in this one instance alone] will with battle between two minia- division will include contestants Bishop pitched a masterful game
expected today ;amount to about ..400.I a 14 yean of age and under. Contestant tin the eighth Inning when he t.red:
Inquiry for information as to his I Equally Important, however, lathe ture battleships In the pool. A II yean of'age and over and allowed four CCC men to scor*,
finding met with the response conservation oil that la made fireworks display will mark: the will be classed as senlon Manager Foy Hobbs chose wisely;
F from, his fellow shippers here that I possible at a time when every effort ,end of the event The swimming meet will be when be replaced A. Barrow wIth
they would wait and let Mr. Par- la being made to cut down I Art McKee manager of the pool, open for competition only to swimmers J. B. Cloelnger at second bite
Bum give the Information himself the consumption of Oil and gasoline I wID be assisted by Pat Flynn of and divers of amateur standing doninger played I brilliant game
A "moratorium" on shipments of in the Interest of defense needs New York City, who was a member Professionals will not be eligible at second and laved a number
.time declared by shippers last Friday I Another advantage la the fact of the Atlantic Beach life for prizes but mal participate. if hits from counting by fait f,<.;fling -
ended yesterday, but SO per ,that the ell will not have to stay :guard patrol with Mr. McKee four The Roney Plaza Pool of Miami and excellent throws
cent of all fruit received will beset in the engine for so long a period years ago. Mr. Flynn ts visiting Beach will send a team of swimmer S. Wittkop conLnutd his consistent -
to toe Juice plant at Tampain :of time aa in the past because It Mr McKee before going to a Caribbean here. hitting streak by rru' ';13
accordance with an agreement can be drawn out la portions and I I country to accept position in The events and their respective a smashing tingle to right flea! to
mad at the meeting Friday cleansed at stated Intervals defense construction (Continued oa Page Two) (Continued on Page Three)

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Page Two THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday. August 15, 1941
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Wilbur Free Now .Marine ''ter Perkins of Lansing, Mich., and Thirty-six meter Inner tube nov I division! who accumulates the hth. 'I,
PACETTIS OPENBAITANDTACRLE I Miss Nina Imeion of Silver Palm;; elty race.Novelty. I est number of point First place '

Air Corps Lieutenant and a grandson, William Welbon ol .&;-...rryln' swimming winners of each event will receiveS
Silver Palm. race. points; second place *':liners, ,l I
Lieut. Wilbur
Free, younger ton I third: place winners, 1 !
points point
of Mrs. J. U. Free of Homestead, Pall bearers were: Tom and A gold figurine trophy mounted I ; .
received hbt commission as Frank Panno, John Scanelll, Will upon an attractive base will be All entries must fie in hot later 1

SHOP AUGUST 23 lieutenant In the-marine air send Johnson, and Joe and frank Orl- ,, awarded the contestant cf each than Monday, Aug. 23.: ...

at the advanced flight training flcL ,, ........................................................................ b.'
school at Pensacola Tuesday.
The Overseas Bait and Tackle ,
Lieut Free arrived In Homestead Townsend Club to Hear
Shop will open Saturday, Aug. 23 I
In a building that li rearing com- Wednesday but left yesterday i I Two Reports SundayA s =
for a visit with friends in
pletion on South Krome avenue, Boston before returning to Pensa-'! report of"the Townsend district EAT.FISH
a short distance north of the Flori-
cola where he will be an instructor meeting in Fort Lauderdale
da City line. :
In the aircraft squadron of the last Sunday as well as a report ol
Mrs. F. M. Pacetti It l the owner marine form.. the Townsend movement In congress -
and Ed Pacetti will be manager. He enlisted In the marine corps, the past week will be given s Save On Your Meat BUI

While the Overseas Bait and In September and received an ap- next Sunday 5t the meeting of Fish have Iodine and other gland nourishing element isj
Tackle Shop will cater especially pointment as aviation cadet in Homestead Townsend Club No 1.
addition to ordinary meal valne Switch is flih and .
to the needs of sport fishermen, all November. He was trained in Opa.i announces John D. Wysong, secretary cut your
kinds! of sea food will be carriedfor Loch and Pensacola. of the club. food budget Fresh dally from near-by ocean and gulf

sale Including frog legs and Free qualified for membership'In The public Is invited.SWIMMEET.

scallops In season. the Caterpillar Club while all I

The 20 x 32 foot concrete block Opa-Locka last month when he I COOKED
building has built-in concrete Ice was forced to bail out as hill)
training plane went out of control ', CRAWFISH. : lb.
boxes,, concrete cleaning bench and (Continued from Page One) 19c
14 miles west of Homestead.Rotes '
concrete ice house.
awards have been announced by ,
risking tackle, bait and bottled Hear DelegateTell Mr. McKee and Mr. Flynn M follows -
soft drinks will be carried In stock. : Ib I'".

The manager said yesterday that I About Convention j Gold, silver and bronze medals SNAPPER. . .20 GROUPER . .15 I
the new place will be kept open -
Jaok Hiers; Miami; Rotarian will be awarded for first, second
all Bight during the winter season who was a delegate; to the con. and third prizes, respectively, in PORGIES; . . .10 SHRIMP . .30 :
and It the demand Justifies it will -
,the following events:
vention of Rotary International at
be open all night over week-ends HOG SNAPPER GRUNTS . ,
Denver last month told about it at: Senior 50- lewr swim. .18 .10
the rest of the year I
Senior diving contealJunior
the meeting of the Homestead Rotary I
The Dixie Highway Fish Market 30-meter dash. I
Club Wednesday noon In Legion !
which the Pacettl family has op- Hall. ,, Junior diving contest. : Lg. Cape Sable a121/

crated successfully for many yean Rotary' part during and after Other events, for which awards MULLET
I. will continue in IU location on the present war was the theme of will be announced later will include "! mall .10 '.,
South Flagler avenue under the the convention he said. the following in both senior I
fnanagement of Earl Pacettl another and junior divisions: iFiftymeter
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' son of Mr*. F M. Pacetti. J. H. Robinson Dies back stroke. GET YOUR ICE HERE AT PLATFORM RITES 1-
i' Twenty-five meter back stroke I! t,
In Veterans' Home
: Dick Huff to Operate : Under water distance swim .I Headquarters for Bait ,t
Two hundred-meter relay
John Harvey Robinson who ,
Triangle Barbecue I owned a ,rohome on Biscayne (Homestead vs Roney Plaza in

drive near Krome avenue until senior division). DIXIE HIGHWAY FISH MARKET !
Effective this morning Dick Huff several months ago, died In the Thirty-six meter dash (senior). .
fakes over the lease of the Tri- United States \eterans' hospital at Twenty-yard weght retrieving f \
Jinide Barbecue from Mr. and Mrs Oteen, N. C. two weeks ago according contest.
\' One hundred-meter inner tube : PHONE S51-J WEDELUERWe're :
Frank Belts. to word received here yesterday :

Mrs Huff will take charge of'' novelty race. : ................. ...................................................... ,
' the business today and will be His wife, Margaret, and a son

joined .n two weeks by Mr. Huff \and daughter survive him. )|
in its operation.Mr The Robinsons came down here I

Huff has been Identified two year ago from Virginia. They;i S
sold their Weperty-lhT= month,
with luncheon and soda fountain .
ago on' aceo.Ont of I1Ir1t'oblnson'
pervict in Homestead for more -
ill health.
than ten years I

Airs. Cheney BuriedIn Funeral Services Held I

Naranja CemeteryBurial For Mrs. Wittenberg

Mrs. Jessie H: Wittenberg. 72,. of,
services for Mrs Ida A.
Silver Palm died in.the local hoes,
Cheney, former Homestead
r.sl-I pital on Aug T after a brief illness.'
dent who died at her home Funeral
services were conducted
)!,aml Friday after a long Illness, 1
Monday at Turner Funeral Home
were conducted Saturday In Palm I' by Dr. J. E. Johnstone. pastor of
Cemetery in NaranJa. A
private the First Baptist Church of Home
funeral service Miami held
in was
stead. Burial was In Woodlawn
earlier the afternoon. :
Park Cemetery in Miami:
Mr Cheney, wife of the late I Mrs. Wittenberg who wa oom.
T B Cheney, was 82 years of agg In Newport Ky came 't' Sif-er
She ,s survived by her son, Palm 12 years ago She ''e, ei'
Homer L Cheney and four grandchildren daughter, :Mr. Theresa W -!'bon JI
Silver: Palm two sisters Mn WN-

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CHEVROLET t-DOOR SED\N-In excellent condition r'
throughout : ,! I on the job. Light conditioning ,
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U3s.PLnJOUTIIDOOa: at Tear Service!
SED\N-In good condition; horn can bt light conditioned for
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.... : + Switch click and electricity as low as $150 a room.

goes to work. Whether Hood 1
You Can Bank on a Buick Dealer I I
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; Xc c light or keep perishable meats '

PRESTON. B. BIRD MOTOR (C S.BuJck = = safe la the modern market da- {

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4 Friday. August 15. 1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISfc Pare Three i ij

P.-B. BIRD TAKES Memorial Service for Perle Davis AM I contributions to the China War Relief
j I WHO\ QUIZ, and explained how funds were
I being raised and distributed for I
Is Held in Methodist Church Sunday
OVER WELDING i CHINESE GIRLS the cause Two Chinese girls
I Helen Gong and Margaret Mon
A memorial service was held In The church: had been decorated !Cow of Miami dressed in Chinese
MACHINE SHOP the Homestead Methodist Church .I by Mrs. McLean with quantities of AT LIONS CLUB: costumes tang American songs

I Sunday for Perle Cuill Davis, 70, asters apd other garden flowers The club bade farewell to one
who died; In the Protestant Hospitalof Seats were reserved for members of Its younger members Arthur
The welding: business formerly Nashville Aug. 6 after a major of the Past Matrons' and Past Pa A quit program, along the lines Hemmings, who left Thursday for
operated under the name of Jack- |operation Mrs. Davis who Is trons' Club, an Eastern Star groupof of the famous radio program "Who I Camp Standing to begin his periodof
the-Welder has been taken over by (credited with having put In more ,I which Mrs Davis had been a Am I" was conducted by Lion and training
the Preston B. Bird Motor Co. It| hours of work for the church than member and for other Eastern Mrs. Willard Hubbell of Miami at
? will hereafter be known as The, any other member was the wife,I Star members. the Redland District Loons Club I
Weld'ng'! Shop, Mf. Bird announced.An : of the late J. E. Davis! I meeting Tuesday night: 7 Food Storage Zones ,.
up-to-date machine shop will The service: arranged by Mrs. I !
be cHieA to the existing equipment P McLean, consisted of the following -I| LOCALS'VIN W. O. Talbott and R. R. Kinard hi This Now
Machines being: Installed Include numbers: piano prelude, representing the United States and
12-inch "Abide Chas Cox and J. W. English representing I flu
heavy duty ,
1 powerdrill Mrs Whltne'Beam; hymn (Continued from Page One)
\! pre, which has a 12 foot With Me": the congregation: prayer Georgia were given de-
drive: In two runs. That made the
thre.c" md n 24-inc1 swirg and and Scripture reading, the Rev scriptive hints on famous personalities ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR
ninth straight game in which he
, In the Bible, history. muss
h.ick-sRW "In the
n pot T. A. Ferguson; quartet r!
has hit at least
safely once.
"\\':'on all equipment I I- installed Sweet Bye and Bye", Lyon brother and sports with .1 couple of local
Homestead players and fans travel -
", Mr. Bird sa.d'e will be ; sketch of Mrs. Davis' life J.L. to Opa-Locka this Sunday to personalities thrown In foi good
able to do anything that can be Burton; story ft her church measure. The first person to cor-
meet the stalwart team.
done to metal" The shop has facilities work, Mrs. B. M. Hindman; vocal j navy rectly Identify the subject won
will be for the
a opportunity I
for :nth las and electric duet, Mrs. R. J. Elliott and Mrs. points for his team according to
local fans to see the many Improvements -
the number of hints
which be done In the and given
welding c.n I Maud E. Chandler: and prayer \ at Opa-Locka. Including the 4
hop or on the job. benediction, Mr. Ferguson. new baseball stadium erected just I The contest was clone all theway
Joe Elkin. Is manager of The recently, Manager Hobbs points ,.despite some misleading comment -
Welding Shop. The shop Is ope- . out Those who desire transportation I I from the audience and endedIn
rate4 at a government"welding CAMPSContinued to the game are Invited to a tie. However Individual
school five nights week with Mr. meet at the fire station at 1 p. m. scores were kept and on this basis
Elkin a* instructor. Sunday. Game time is at 3 o'clock. Lion Cox was declared high man
( From Page One) with' W. O. Talbott second. Cox
C. ,M. Cooper, ditcher operators; received first prize of 10 silver
FINK A. C. Home, foreman of bridge- Bare-Fared Swindle dollars and Talbott second prizeof EAST
Mama, do men ever go to
building over ditches DouglassTower
9 silver dollars. On close Inspection
(Continued From Page One) ] C. O Robinson, Charles heaven? be
to madeof
had priority to Malden and Investigator i Steffani, Jr".Alton Home and Eugene Yes, dear, why? these proved '
iron with a hole In the middle
Mills could not be reached by' Sullivan.'members of clearIng Why I never saw a picture of
telephone last night for verification and burning crew.F. an angel with whiskers. and are commonly known as ester aata I sates sn.ss a.ra..ae.SmithGraves .
I Well, if mot men are like washers.
I O. Bullard has a subcontract your : Furniture Co.N. .
The elder Fink was on the driver's lather, they get there by a close Lion Jack Ernemann of Miami
from Mr. Sottile for hauling rock a a sae ... r.... sat s
seat with his IOn when the shave. appealed to the club for voluntary
for subbase and roads for the
truck returning to Miami from ,
t Bullard also has contractto
I a
camps. '
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held Ai the --
Key West, was up. I
haul all material to the
driver reached back to get hisl|I camp.
billfold out of his hip pocket theholdup sites.A. I
man shot him, leaning I R. Livingston with a crew of I

over the youth's father In order to five U In charge of engineering' .....................................................................-...................
do so. on the Sottile project.Construction I I
The wounded man died three I I of preliminary !II I :
hours later In the James Archer I buildings proceeding at both :
Smith Hospital here. I camps, with 75 men, mostly carpenters :
The bandit and his companion I I and laborers, employed at
escaped from the scene but are be- i i[present by the contractor, J. Victor -
lieved to have returned later to I Martin.
the Last Chance barbecue stand at I Sheffield Electric Company of :
th,.Florida City fork. Two suspicious I Homestead has a $20,000 subcontract -
looking youths appeared I Ithre i I for all electrical work at the
played slot machines and two camps. :

i' Ing asked before questions anyone about who the Ihoot-I I I

been near the scene could WHY WAIT ? ? ? :

learned of the crime. These men
got away from the barbecue stand
before police could be summonedfrom

Homestead. _9__ These Units MUST Go

wish to thank all those i The Price Is RIGHT
friends of Perle Cuill Davis who
Inquired about her, those who assisted 4C
In the memorial service and :
I those who attended the service. Buy NOW Before
1 Mr. and Mrs. Sam J. Davis. Grace and DignityAre :

-- Our KeynotesServices The Unit You Can Use Is GONE
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conducted by Tur I '
ner's bear the unmistakable
t -To Keep touch of dignified good I I JULY THIS

Wlde taste. Economy is maintained : i 18 WEEK
because we spare your
l Awake
:J.f purse as we try to spare e 1940 FORD CONVERTIBLE

your feelings. Turner's can Coupe ..................................................... $735 $707
f help you In your time of
'I need. Years of association = 41 FORD DELUXE

with the people of South '2-Door Sedan (Radio) .................... 750 722
j Dade have assured this. :

jj j Nate O.wniess e.a sad be 0.b..idied.1e. to Glass"ere: : troubles Won't 'you to us?bring your 1 : 4ft FORD 1-TON TRUCK s

jI Use 61S4 t1lee.ee s 1..p also = THE: novas or DIGNITY 3 (Stake Body) ...................................... 585 557

I Dr. B. F. Stebbins : Turner's Funeral Dome 39 FORD 1-TON TRUCK '

Dr. L. W. Stebbins ; M-HB AMBULANCE SERVICE (Stake Body) .................................. 465 437

IUS W. FUcter .&.. Mind Lady AttesMlasilfhone s 39 FORD t/-TON TRUCK

rbene I-MIS it n. Homestead I (Stake Body) ._................................... 445 417 '


TRY ova PLAN I ': /-Ton Pickup ..................................-. 320 292 '

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The following Items an MM Mr
BEN !!('HER. President and editor seam from fits .f the B.mn4
AKIOXIC LEACH ARCrTER_ I C.tor'... MUMbhH ..... H. lilt.u .
the Mth Florida Bnur and
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- B>murr and Treasurer Mr 4 Ort tr. isil. wits Bear
steed toAug. --"
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Outside of Dad Count*_____ '1.10 -"Lack of room In their present
quarters and the ever-present dan.. ?fat

get of fire along with their con. ,tltr'
'Idence in our town, were the primary .
causes for the erection of the _(- I
new Campbell Furniture building. "
Annie Mayhew Fitzpatrick jCbye
The proprietor A. J. Campbell, has f<
He was an ordinary chap, In fact,
for several years owned the lot fSa.iwil.
a dull.
occupied by the Citizens Bank, and
And not of the romantic type al
on this he Intends to build. When NoBe
rnnn who's opt to cull I s';
the bank was built, he 'swapped
A pot! y for his sweetheart or
lor his present location, and now T
have a yen to sing JP t is realizing his ambitions to build
Beneath her darkened window I 46 14
a home for the Campbell furnitureCo. roc
balmy night In
spring which he could take pride In.

The building which covers a space

She wa a sprltely little trick-resembling \.. QTNfidVLU \ M SO x 80 1 is being built of tile and

a wren J.rrt1k d dD two stories in height. . The sec
A twittering and fluttering. I laW ond floor will be occupied by the 1'5

her now and then j2l L.tJ offices of Dr. E. Shields and Dr.

When marketing for groceries or J. A. Smith. . The comer store,
boggling for meat. PEQeNTSHADE 't 25 x 80 feet will be taken by the

We oft exchanged a casual nod, Seminole Pharmacy."S. . ."

when passing In the street F&OM ANY A. King left Saturday on a 0..

The scandal mongers babbled of a QTM& fLOIVER. business trip to DeLand. ." MINis
rift within the lute ON L rll-- ,.-' .
-1' B. Webb arrived back in
And aired their own opinions why f'/ town in his Ford Wednesday." I
the lady would bring suit IL.VC/2SPRINGS II
-bits, Nancy Hunt Is
Her hair got straight and straggling expected h
and her slip was hanging down $' Saturday from Jacksonville to stay
And hoi heels both needed tappingand 1 SQUN with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
J. "
she wore a steady frown. !, :'
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h -"Landis Edwards son of City
tS OftS Of #& f&T Clerk and Mrs. R. E. Edwards died .p'
Two nigh French heels and silken STRAWS THBH0&L&MAYGABL in the Miami City Hospital Thurs co

hose beneath a lacy frock TO /T day afternoon about 3 o'clock following

Surmounted by a permanent went two minor operations, the

tripping up the block. SO/RC6- first of which took palce Mondayand Btfo
She w Iked as If she wore a crown; which of minor ]
-P -' - was a nature.
I tried hard not to stare With flow of more than 370,000 gallons a min- depth of nine feet. He was sixteen years old . .

For diadem the lady wore a rib- ute from the famous Silver Springs near Ocala The distinction of being a different color from Landis was taken to Miami Sunday

bon n her hair. SILVER SPRINGS RUN empties Into the Ockla- any other flower goes to the BLUE RUELLIA and operated on by Dr. Summers Ci

They ay love's where you find It waha which, to. turn, loins fete mighty St. Johns found all over Florida. While It blooms constantly Monday hi tonsils and adenoids 1w
and can't be picked by hand. to form a wl"f Ur hlghwayUe. the tea capable of from early spring to late summer each bloom being removed. Later he com ]

But It makes such transformation : accommodating large boat all the way to Its opens for only a day. It closely resembles the plained of a pain In his side and It.
tho. I ay, "My ain't love grand source. The channel of Silver Spring Run Is petunia. following a consultation of four

from forty to eighty feet wide with a minmum: physicians it was considered necessary

to remove his right kidney. i tuPare

Iceland's Baths Please ..---......................-.--....-.- "Ninety miles, halt way up and "._.......,...........................,....._.... . Landis Edwards was the grandson
of L. R Nixon and a nephewof
way He was correct
Marines CURRENT so far as he went but omitted the Children in CourtBy Mrs. J. L Batchelor of Akron,

The never call the janitor for COMMENT Important Information that all of Judge Malcolm Ilatfltld O., and" Mrs. Henry C. Pridgen of

hot w ter in Iceland An endless It was round and round the knobsof Miami.
siipph i o gushing from the hot By AGNEW WELSH the Cumberland and Great .-......................................................- "Following an Illness caused

sulphu springs according to the Smokey mountains BENEFITS OF A TENNIS by spinal trouble, Victor B. Wai-
U S marines on duty there. ........_......_.._....."_._........._...... I, 0 0 0 COURT lam son of M. P. William expiredat

Letter from the sea soldiers to'' Editor. NoMi Mr. welsh W.ICMBMmnm.iiu the Elizabeth Hospital, Washington .
on hi. ''Coon_..." whether There seems to be a flood of .
the home folks state that they live ttm to ta nrMlMnt w at nrlwc* books Most children are eager to cooperate D. C. at 9:40 last Monday
in cylindrical huts built somewhatlike with kU .I AdrfnM numbralloni new on murder mysteries In the undertaking of an morning. The body was broughtto
to Agnew W.Uk. bearing such titles at "Four Feet in
Igloos They like the food and the Grave" interesting project. An unused Miami and he was given a naval
they ,tie enjoying good health In The District o'f Columbia devotesbut Knew "The Corpse That tennis court attracted the attention funeral Thursday afternoon in

the current springlike weather. eight acres to agriculture but I Everybody". "The Corpse of a group of boys who applied to charge of the Harvey Seed Post,
That Came
There are no trees or any of the the crop of office-holders and political i Murder". Ashore"! "Design for the owner for permission to use American Legion. . The pallbearers
familiar landmarks of America In hangers-on Is Inexhaustible. Ugh Trashy. it With permission given, the were Aldus and Roy Matthews 1

Iceland The landscape la covered e 0 I 0 0 boys set to work to reclaim the John Henry, Harold Sheffield

with tall mountains of volcanic Vegetable growing Is makingmore Mrs. Laurence Vail, who uses court Many long hours were J. M. Scarborough and J. C
origin Kaye Boyle as a pen-name spent spent In resurfacing It, mendingthe Vann attired In naval uniforms. J
I rapid advance than other 1
Bit by bit the marines are pickIng form of cultivation. It any has Increased 17 years in France and on her recent backstops and collecting money Mr. Wallam was only 28 yean, of j

up the words of the Icelandic' 40 per cent in the past I return said 40 per cent of the for a net. age being born in BerrieD Springs,* ,

language and In due course of time tight years. At Columbus, Ohio French people are for an Independent The tennis court soon became a Mich, in 1893. He enlisted In the

some of the native vernacular will was recently held a conventionwith France, another 40 are "on children's rendezvous. The boys navy in 1909 and had risen to chief

be added to the already extensive 2,000 delegates present where the fence" while of the remaining were careful about the use given gunner's mate at the time of his

vocabulary of the leathernecks.Best it developed that more than three 20 about half are vociferous for the court and kept a strict watchto death. . The deceased l leaves hie.

of all, however, they enjoy million acres were devoted to this Germany-"the shouters and talk- see that all played. fairly and wife, formerly Miss Irene Cunningham

the warm sulphur springs where Industry. At the Ohio experiment era", she calls them. You know that there was no swearing done of Philadelphia, his parent,

they shave, bathe and, incidentally, station they were shown 1,000 varieties the type; they are not the thinkersbut by any of the rougher boys. Two Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Waist and
wash their own clothes. The latter of vegetables. The ends toward drifters without fixed anchor- of the boys who had engaged in two sisters and four brothers, all of

art Is learned by the sea soldiersat which the Industry Is strivingare ate. the project had previously been Homestead .. ."

their training camps and they seedless melons, tomatoes and e e in court and were now on oroba- "Mrs. O. I. Oault, who has
turn, out a "wash" good enough to peppers. .Oosh, look what's ahead of us.: ;tlon. The tennis court kept them been spending several months In'

win the envy of a housewife an Omaha professor of nutrition In completely occupied during the ,McKeesport and other points in

A free water supply of every The farm map of Ohio will be the eoltegf there (Creighton I University summer and directed their talents ,Pennsylvania has arrived home

temperature, from scalding hot toicecold. considerably changed by the forced ) advises for humans a diet and energies toward other clean getting here Monday."

Is obtainable due to the sale to the federal government of St hay, grass and weeds because sports. Here Is constructive proof I I"L.. R. Nixon returned Monday
fact that the marines perform their these contain so many vitamins. He of the benefits of proper recreation
8.700 acres of land In the Can- i from ,, O., where a* was
ablutions right where a cold stream dusky and Ravenna region, to 'be says alfalfa pie grass soup and i and work in the aid of Juvenile visiting his daughter, Mn. 3. 1.

joint a hot one. used In building additions to monitions doughnuts from half wheat and II delinquency.of Batchelor. . ." .
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half timothy flour are excellent
plants. To re-locate the -"B. G. Branch an4 L D. dapp .
Dog fennel wouldn't need
440 families Involved the govern soup ,came Saturday from Key West I
workers. These are contained up
much extra flavoring, would it?
ment has taken options on 19,500 and until Monda ." ,
'On Hearing Music A purslane ("pUll ley") salad within a black circle enclosing a stayed )
acres of land of which 8,500 will would be deliciously tender. The I white Mangle bearing the proper _"Dr. and Mrs. C. .p. Jackson
Like a fountain be purchased and a loan of a emblems the basic one being the left last week for a three: weeks'
The music rises in the air, million dollars It available for new Idea 1s not entirely new; forty monogram, "CD" in Gothic letters trip to the Bahama Islands.. .
when I edited weekly
ago a
The notes, like pearls of sound tructures. years -"S. U MsCIanahan arrived
Fall to the quiet pool. ..0 0 J newspaper, a Kansas concern sent 0 Friday. from Sebring ta look after J

The )iotn, like tears of light la northern Mexico its national from me a sample alfalfa. breakfast biscuit made One of the inherent traits or impulses his grove." J

Refiectinf sun, highway lays claim to having the a e of man teems to be the erection I -". In the new poet office .
Rise up end pause and fall. longest straight stretch of road,In of monoliths, monuments and 'there are S2< boxes, almost twice* i
Returning one by one the world. Quite In contrast] Most people are afflicted with an temples. The skyscraper only a I'as many as before and Postmaster

To It.* deep heart of ttlence. the road over which I recently emotional condition that might bet financial urge. At Stonehenge, Carter reports that there are a t

The rousts rises. from the dark traveled from Bryson City to Gets I called badgeophobia: we all like Inland Is an area with many Urge number being subscribed for

To the day. llnburg, Tenn. Inquiry was made] to wear badges. 'and emblems. In monoliths erected by the race that each day. The lobby of the new

Never will the water In the air- at a filling station, those depots]j[recognition of this fact the headsof overran the Island ages ago;, the office located the Citizens Bank:

Never will_the music stay. of Information for the wheeling ;I, the civilian defense organization same Is true of many of the islands building, .ls 'L1 shape, with the registry
Sara Van Alstyn Allen ta Christian public at to the distance betweenthe have designed 19 types of insignia [of the South Pacific. la Alaska, parcel and stamp windows on

Science Monitor. two towns and the reply was for Its various gradations (CoalmiMd oa Pap Sva (Continued aa Pace Seven). .'

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Friday, August 15, 1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pare Fire

Mrs. Jack McCkUan of Nash-: week.: Mr. Warren operates the Miss Mary Lucey Hughes were

I Wile and her daughter, Miss Minnie -' filling station stihe farmer's market -I our leaders ,
Lee McClellan, lister and niece Ruth Hendricks showed us the
In and Around of the late Mrs. J E. Davis, arrived -i I correct jars to use for canning and
i In Homestead yesterday af. Mrs Frank Stalling* pf Miami i the way to rack them In the pressure !
I I temoon. .1 and tier IOns Skipper gild Robbie,I I I cooker. She also showed us ,;
miiiiiiiiiniiiiiiMiiiMmiMMiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiii i were Sunday guests of Mrs. SU1Itngs the proper way to seal our Jars
Homestead father, L. C. Aldrich. i and apply the labels. ,
i FLORIDA CITY The older girls made 4-U clover
BT Mrs. W. W. Severs Miss Grletje Terburg: ;: spent Tues-' bookends out of battleship linole-

_.___w day and Wednesday with Miss um. The younger girls made 4-H ,
Mr. and MM. Willard Lewis returned spent In Woodbury, Ga, with Mr.i fred Severy.Mr. Club players from cork and wool .
Fritz Schroeder Is reported to Mil-I The girls worked on their things ..
., Saturday from a wedding' Buchanan's parents, Mr. and Mn.
trip through the northern part ofUwrence G. W. Buchanan.Mr. be ill at his home here. arid'Mrs. Harold till 330.;

..( apartment on Mowry Mt. Vernon N. Y., were week Bttty June Jenkins gave a demonstration -
Mr. and Mrs. Jack
tract and Mrs. Julian H. Websterhad Freeman and end visitors In Florida City. of table setting
: ___ I as guests over the week-end children moved Into the Willis cottage I The hostesses Ruth Byrumn and

', Roy Martin, ion of Mr. and Mrs.Chas. Westly Davis and Robert Blgby en Avenue B last week. The'W. S. C. S. met Wednesday Betty June Jenkins served coconut -
,. of Tampa. afternoon at the home of Mrs. Roy pie and grape punCh.
Martin of Homestead, left
Mrs S. S. Shield left for Miami I
'. yesterday for New York to sail to Monday for a visit with her son Chandler. I' _
Mr. and Mn. Curtis E. Lee and
San Juan, Puerto Rico, where he and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.Stuart .
", will be employed at the U. S. daughters, Carol Joy and Janice, Shields. Graver Becker U now employedin I i
Naval air station. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Miami.
M. L. Myers in Miami Beach. I
Mrs. A. B. Longhorn of Fort Mrs. Johnny Becker, who ls visiting
Miss Nina Pearl Bush and Miss
Betsy Bragg of Miami left Wed. Miss Helen Davis of Wrights- Pierce with her children Marjorie, her mother at Cape Sable, SPECIALNOTICE r
5 nesday for a vacation In Buffalo. !ville, Ca. Is visiting her sister, I Audrey and Wayne, arrived Tuesday spent Friday and Saturday as a ;.
I Mrs. Dan Mullen, in Princeton and for a two-week visit with her guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Sev-

Mr. and Mn. A, J. ,her uncle and aunts, Mr. and Mrs. I parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Caves el')'.
Campbell, !Curtis E. Lee and Mrs. Chas. C. I ..,,.,... .,,,x............'..x................'........'....
their daughter, Annette, and Fred
:Lloyd. Mrs O. Clonlnger and sons, J. B. 11031ESTEAD 4-11 CLUBBy
visited Mri.
Borgardt, Campbell'ibrotherinlaw I and Ronnie, returned Monday from Betty June Jenkinsx .
1 and litter, Mr. and I . LONG DISTANCE
Mrs. W.K. Walton left last weekto Athens, Tenn. .x.".x.x.xxro.nxxux.w.xxwxxx.xwwxuwWhen TO
Mrs. E. P. Wilson in Hollywood I 1
spend several weeks in Hen- the 4-H girls met Wednesday -
I dersonville. Mr. and Mrs. E. Warren moved afternoon two girls from Miami -
; I into the Dixon apartments last Miss Ruth Hendricks and )
Mri. Harold Taylor of Suffleld Misses Mary Ellen and Louise Never before In history have
0* Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Dearlng will leave Sunday to visit I our long distance switchboards -
Mrs. O. A. Halnlln. their father, C. W. Dearmg, in been to busy. Long

Temple, Ga.Mrs. e distance calls this have
H. T. McDonald of Cochran, Ga., I year
already far exceeded 940't
is visiting his brother-in-law and J. L. McCourtney who has e lIId
recerd-breakinj ,
sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Smith, been staying with her daughter, the volume arertf
grows greater
in Naranja. I
Mrs. Dorothy Parker Ousley of every day.Industries.
Miami, Is spending a month with with vital defense -
Mr. and Mrs Ansel Barrow are her brother, C. H. Welch, in Home- '
/a; r orders and booming
, I1
spending a vacation on the west stead. s
coast. Army and Navy pottt are relying 0

Mrs. Chas Martin, Mrs Scott heavily on -
Mrs B. E. Catlln Smith, Roy and Charles Martin tance service. In addition,
and daughter.
and Billy Smith vslted relativesin calls from the general public
Betty will leave
today or tomorrow
hive increased and
for Pahokee Tuesday.Mrs. by leapt
a vacation in Highlands, N. C.

E. L. Knight and daughter SMALLu1rnvenienthe t j bounds.Despite our "all-out" effort
Fannie McDavld of Plant Frances, of Perrlne were overnight to moot these rapidlyI ,
City and daughter, Dorothy, spent guests of Mrs. Chas. Martin Sat i I expanding demands, our fa- I
Tuesday night and Wednesdaywith while Mr. and Mr. Z
urday Knight [ duties are at times operated
stead.Mrs. Selma Reitz in Home- Martin were fishing on the Keys. at near capacity. Occasional

delays may bo expected on
Mr. and Mrs. J. F Hammett left some long distance calls.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Buchanan returned Wednesday on a one-week trip to Now small home can be built right from "Hold-tho-lino, please"service
Monday from a vacation Atlanta and other points. it
not always potlible. -
start to finish. It can be well designed. It can .
S To relieve the situationwe
i be well constructed. It can include modern are engaged in an expansion -

w program costing mil- I I
conveniences.The .
0 Kens of dollars. Many thou-
sands of miles of new long

small home has never been so usable-and distance circuit hare been
placed In operation this

livable. Home financing has never been so year, and more are. on the
way. Additions to many
Mean Guaranteed Used Cars practical for the moderate-income family. switchboards have been Intallod. -

Others are being setup

The down be low onetenthof at fait as they can bo secured
1939 CHEVROLET payment may as as
TRUCK-Long wheel
base; and our men can place
cab and flat body. the property valuation. One loan will them in operation.
But manufacture and I..
1938 CHEVROLET TRUCK-Long wheel base; take care of the remaining cost of a new horn retaliation of telephone.

cab and flat body; newly painted; seats re- Repayment is made in monthly installmentsout equipment takes time, end
covered;good tires.19311NTERNATIONAL. j defense priorities ire ...k.

PICKUP-One-half of your income over ample time. I [1'11' it increasingly difficultto
secure essential materials.
ton; long wheel base; perfect condition I Long distance telephone
; oversize I
heavy duty tire*. I We will help you to put through your application I users tan do their part ill

, 1937 FORD %-TON STAKE-A light truck for i for an F. H. A. loan. II I I this voiding' present as much emergency at possible by

all-purpose work. plMmg calls during the peak

1936 CHEVROLET SEDAN DELIVERY-The W. D. HORNE CO. (long distance hours of 9 re
ideal .11 a-m. and 7 to ':30 p.s..
delivery Job.
The understanding and i
CHOOSE FROM operation of those we)
Hardware, Lumber and Building Materials serve will be moat helpful

Bird Homestead. FU. net MT-J. (and will bo gooulnoly' ao.
I Co. J predated. -

Oldest Chevrolet Dealer Floral Ross cases ,
Hasmestead. Fiord Telephone II I (SaUTlrD BatTaEPNe E

I for Delicious Home Cooking I {m TELEGRAPH COfPAisssesaaarse

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The World's Newt $ta Through its tasty food its pleasant at I IIDR.

mosphere. ,Do coma in soon.
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Is Tnrkfd-ta.a.ed..-. .........F.se trees : R. S.
.-.-EdoceriM An Touch mat iMrucew .U !. Daily Tropical' Cafe: .
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dtt Mourn M UM| NmfMpw far th* HM.Prfc I DENTIST
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0..., Norway s.-c Boson M..chua. ) I
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Saturday Ism, *idiulin| Malta.- St.", |2.M a Y M.InrrodiKtory g I Closed Salirdar :.
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Pare Six THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, August 15, 19i!

I;' . . Social. Events in South Dade . . .




party Friday at the home of her ..--

The fulli"wing account of the were a corsage of gardenias. 1 parents Mr. and Mrt. Julian H. Plans for the dance to be given institution In the fall.
marriage of Private James Gibbf.vounKext I "The marriage ended a court- Webster, In honor of her houseguest tomorrow night In the Chamber of' Mrs H. K. Foulk. president, out-
i ship of four years and was planned! Miss Shirley Anne Smith of Commerce building by the Wooman' lined the report of the program and
of Mr. and Mrs. H. I
lIOn Louisville Ga. Miss Smith, class
a yearbook
I suddenly! by the young couple dur- I. committee and announced
M UiblM" Miss Gloria C. Gillisof i, Club of Homestend were
to ing the short furlough granted mate of Miss Webster at Agnes that several county federation
Trenton, N. J., Is reproducedfrom Gibbs. The couple were pvt'1 I Scott College In Decatur, left Wed- completed at a meeting of the club chairmen will be guest
.1 Trenton newspaper: I tended. nesday for her home. Tuesday afternoon in the clubhouse speakers during the coming year..
"At u simple service which took "The bridegroom for Miss Phyllis Parman won the Floyd R. Wheatley'i new I She urged members to pay their
place July 26 in Napoleon, 0., Sut- I| duty to camp at I dl'n\\ ;: Cap, high score prize and Miss Smith orchestra from Miami will begin dues so their names will be Included -
urrtuv' Crr.a| ; C Gillln. daughter of Pa. where Mrs. Gibbs experts to I I the guest prize. On each, table was playing for dancing at 10 o'clock. In the year book which will
Mrs Jessie GilliK of Fourth street 1 I Join him for a two-week vacation a centerpiece of tiny American announced Mrs. Irene Shnnklin. I be printed in September.
Trenton became the bride of Pvt. "Mrs.: Gibbs was graduated from I' nags. dance chairman. Mrs. H. O. Cronwall, defense
Times M. Gibus, ton of Mr. and I Trenton High School with honors Present were: Mrs John Whit- The club decided to Install large chairman, reported on the federation
Mrs. Henry M. Gibbi of Homestead, In the clans of 1939. She Is employed chard Miss Barbara Done Misses fans In the building for the comfort defense meeting in r.Unmllast
Fla with the Michigan Bell Tel- I' Mosley and Melba Sever. Miss of the dancers, Gordon Ivey Friday.
The bride wore a navy blue ephone Co. of Trenton." Nina Pearl Bush, Milt Cecelia will assist In installing them it Mrs. Ida Eichenberger and Mrt.
chiffon redingote! with white ac- The bridegroom was graduatedfrom Harper Miss Mary Brown, Miss was stated.Mrs. Mary Stadig were admitted to
cesHoiles und an off-the-face hat Homestead High School In Hazel Pennington, Miss Parman, B. M. Hindman reported on membership in the club.
of white and navy. Her flowers 1937. Mist Smith and Mist Webster. two scholarship that had been By-laws will be revised at the
- presented through the club. Mist next meeting, Sept. 9, it was an-
CLUB TO HOLD Virginia Kinner, she\ laid, hat accepted nounced.
II I MEETING TUESDAY the four-year loan scholarship Present were: Mrs. Orin E.

B. SEATS IN HOME CEREMONY SUNDAY The dinner meeting of the Junior at the Florida Stale College Smith, Mrs. H. Ruegg, Mrs. C. B.
-- Woman's Club of Homestead for Women offered by the Florida Withauer Mrs. W. R. Anderson,
at Federation of Woman's Clubs, and Mrs. I. P. McLean, Mrs P. J.
be held Tuesday evening
Mr. and Mrs Herbert Hunter of her life in Florida City. She attended will
the Homestead schools and 8 o'clock at the Tropical Cafe with Graham McElroy who has received Franklin, Mrs. R. R. Kinard Mrs
Florida City are announcing the engagement Mrs. Richard Huff, Mrs. W. B. a part time scholarship at the University Hlndman Mrs. Shanklin and Mrs.
for the past year has been employed -
of their daughter Constance of Miami will enter that Foulk.
as operator In the telephone Caves, Jr, and Mist Ellen as
Mdria, to J. B. Seals of office. hostesses. Members who are unable

Home Veu d. Mr. Seats Is a son of Mr. and to attend are asked to notify HOMESTEAD ART CLUB REELECTSALL
The wedding will take place Sun Mrs S. G. Seats of South either Mist Huff or Mn. James
day evening at 6 o'clock at the tah" Gardens He te Allapat.l.: L. Bird by Saturday noon. OF PRESENT YEAR'S OFFICERS'Officers

home of the bride's parents. I Edison: High i School and I --
Miss Hunter, a granddaughter of employed In Puerto Rico where The CalendarAug I II of the Homestead Art A pot-luck luncheon was served.
Mrs J. K Scott has spent most of they will make their home. I The class decided t* meet as
Club were re-elected at a business usual Friday at 9 o'clock although
art" :;:;: every -
IS-Meeting of meeting held Friday in the Chamber I
Miss Kitchens will
MRS. FRANK IRWIN IS AGAIN ELECTED I. Chamber of Commerce building! at of Commerce building. They'' only every other Friday. Everyone : *

I PRESIDENT OF HOMESTEAD'S W. M. U. t a. m are: president, Mrs. Ben Archer; Interested It Invited to attend.
Au,. Homestead Woman'sClub first vice-president, Mrs. Frank
dance in Chamber of Com- Webb; second vice-president, the
Mrs Frank Irwin was re-elected I Mrs O. C. Radford, treasurer. merce building. Rev, Robert H. Spear; secretary, Rattlesnakes were painted on
president of the Woman's Missionary Committee chairmen will be appointed Aug, 18-Meeting of Garden I Mrs. B. E. Gatlin; and treasurer the drum of Continental Marines
Union of the First Baptist at the September meeting Club at home of Mrs. A. W. Jones Mrs. W. R. Anderson. when they paraded through the
Church of Homestead at a meeting Circle Three under the directionof August IB-Meeting of Outlook street of Philadelphia In 1773 to
Tuesday afternoon In the church. Mrs. R. E. Edwards presented) Circle with Mn. Eileen Peel. I IAu. Miss Allte Mae Kitchens of Miami "drum up" recruit for the Revolution
Other officers elected were. Mrs. a program on "An Urgent Gospel .. -.Program meeting of, new instructor of the club'iclass according to Benjamin
A. D. Smith, tint vice-president; I Man's Trained Help". Those takIng Homestead B. P. W. C. In Chamber In painting, was present at Franklin
Mrs, E. H. Collier, second vice- part were Mrs. Howard John of Commerce building at 8 p. m. the all-day session and lectured on
president, Mrs. J. Lawrence Scott, 'son and Mrs. T. E. Shackleford. I Aug, 19-Dinner meeting of Jun- the distinctions between the historic
third vice-president; Mrs. J. Tom ior Woman's Club at Tropical Cafe. schools of art. READ THE WANTADSJack

T Vann secretary; Mrt. C. E. Saun- I FELLOWSHIP CLASS Aug. 22-Meeting: of Dorcai .
ders, corresponding secretary; and ENJOYS PARTY Class with Mrs. W. T. McConnell. ....., ;' uu no,.., 0.,,.* 'Uv \.::- ...G..,'"
The Wesley Fellowship Class of Aug. 22-Meeting of art class
1 the Homestead Methodist Church with Miss Allie Mae Kitchens In
a T. W. C. TO HAVE Howard
PROGRAM MEETINGA I held a party Tuesday evening at Chamber of Commerce building at DIXIE DRUG
t the home of Mr. and Mrs Ivan 9a.m. Polt Johnson
on "The Star In the
program Moser under the direction of Miss 30 Labor dance In
r East Is Shining Again" will be Au, Phones SO and .101BRITEH
I Marjorie Moser Miss Helen Moye I Chamber of Commerce building
presented st a meeting of theHomctteiid '
t and Robert Cast. sponsored by Junior Woman's
Business and Professional I fOWVM K80ATE
t Mrs. Leslie Ditter and Robert Club.
Women's Club Monday evening
by Mn Charles Clinton. 'Richardson were contest winners, Sept Business meeting of TOOTH POWDER tJJ f '
f :and various games were played. Homestead B. P. W. c.
Interested It invited to I i4
I Anyone Present were: Mr. and Mrs. Dave Sept. Meeting of W. M. U. $o T attend. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Field circlet. p", frafisa ,., ..... them Peel
o and daughter, Robin Mr. and Mrs. Sept. Luncheon meeting of and litmSnf characterother ......... Yet ,
METHODIST LEAGUE Geo. Eatill Mr. and Mn. L C. Episcopal Auxiliary with Mrs W. ides. P.rti I' HOLDS PARTY Dodd, Mr. and Mrs. Ditter and son, R. Bird. five I. hard wafer. same (4 it. ...... I
Ii Members of the High League of Shirley. Mr. and Mrt. Moser, Misses Sept Meeting of Homestead fwelrtt
the Homestead Methodist Church Helen Miss ,
s Antoinette and Moye, Woman's Club. Z1c 39
b enjoyed a party Monday eveningIn Martha Close, Mist Mary McNeill, Sept. Business meeting of W.
the Sunday school building. 1 Mist Martha Fain Mitt Mary M. U. circles.: HI this{Stool
Various games were played. Louis Holcomb, Miss Moser, Wlllard .
t: Prevent were: Mrs. J. E. Close, Norman. Sparkman Holding
X; sponsor, Mrs. T. A. Ferguson, Dolly and Mr. CastGARDEN Afacati 6

tI Barnett, $ue Moye, Edith Booth,
I Little' Utile Fay Pierce, Yates : CLUB WILL NOT HAND CREJ.M"s ::; LAWN
g Eaker, John McLean, lot and Gen MEET DURING AVGVST r
4 Reynolds and Billy and James Announcement la mad that the Prof a from
Brown. South Dade Garden Club will not 119341. Ss5Ns b *elia... ee's.
meet on Aug. 18. The date of the Ms.Cn rba dhappw. one

aAYWONP'ROBERTS HAS next meeting will be announced
11-0 was

Mrs. Raymond Roberts gave a ,., 2Ic 2s.100,
dinner party Friday evening In FrDr. Leonard w. Bukta AL r..r-
honor of,Mr. Roberts' birthday an- TttESTOIE .
GLASSES woof / _
niversary. ..."...... r be ft1castlllQ. Tfc i Bnu*, dis
Covert were laid foe:. Mr'and l rsrgae ... -..... .. ., j' a-= ansehod .Cool.oK .
Mrs. Roberta, Mr. and Mrs. Donald ,.. .. .. .... ... ........ ... eanfortabUI
tacICay Mist Annette Camp- c-.woIr.Cooo_... J6111 for I SUMMER or WINTER
bell and Fred Borgardt. OUR PRESCRIPTION SERVICE: 4'


J Brine >..' prescription to the Until s
TABLES I brut Store where a double check gnaw; ,
STEP-UPEND 011 11_.ws ant*** accuracy. tI
r.r.a..ns rat_sToae


$3.50 to $8.50

PARLOR Ice Cream Made Fresh Dailyin
Is-14 s..c..n swab
Astie -.. ow.e.aw
Smith-Graves Furniture Co. PBMM tn Our Store


c Phone 218-J Homestead ./

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Friday August 15. 1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Seven

--I our population live north of 250 of them favored an immediate

20 YEARS AGO I I1 there."LJvie" Barnes has been takento entry posed. and On 61S the of question them of wen seizing op 'CLASSIFIED ADS I

_...------1 the hospital suffering from nervous strategic point 359 voted "jei" 11 I

breakdown. and 288, "no".
(Continued from Pale Four) I RATE: First oa 104 i line; subsequent Insertion*
-"Tuesday Fred Link and Sam 0 .
; the Inside of the L. The equipment r 54 a tin
McMlnstry both driving a well heard I I
It all steel, finished in ma- You have that tailor hat -- .
I known make of automobile collided "
sweetheart In of call
hogany"Royal. . a every port I
Palm Lodge F. & A. near Coconut Crowith Capt. Andrews was a Great Lakes FOR RENT FRYERS FOR S."LE-2x per Ib.
very little damage. It teem to ui skipper; for 37 year and when he Shanklin Graves, Florida City
M.of Homestead will have In a few (I
this it quite a way to go from died recently he stipulated In his HOUSE for rent, furnished 218 (pa-22)
what believe will
months many "
Homestead for
just a bump. will that500 should be given "to' N. W. Uth St. Inquire In rear.
be the best lodge hall In several
"Mrs. Mae H.
Schweitzer LOANS
returned -
/ The. D. the woman with whom I last kept a-lSth) I
counties. new Homebuilding
from : Ar-
Tuesday to
: e'i a trp
.jJi I company" and to date a dozen
house quarters kansas and other states." I FOR RENT-e- room downstairs LOANS TO BUILD MODERNIZE!,
claimed "It"
etoe7r third floor being: I II "Fifteen suits aggregating they were. apartment with 2 porches. All REPAIR Residential, Grove
a a
. devoted u e. . Extensivepreparations damages of $473,000 were filed in modern conveniences. InquireP. = I and Business Property

I are being made for circuit court Friday afternoon Stimulated by agitators who O. Box 1173, Homestead From $30 to 5OOD-from 6 mOo to

the laying of the cornerstone of the against the Florida East Coast hoped to profit by the chance the (Al-29) 5 years.

building! which will be in the handsof : Railroad Company in behalf of T. Filipino some years ago petitioned I No Down Payment-No Red Taps

the Masons . ." J. Peters, so-called] 'tomato king' Congress for political Independence FOR RENT-Two-bedroom apart- I SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS
of the Phlllipine Island ment, all electric furnished 9 I$200 for 36 mo.-Repay $8.39 mOo
"Every pr.des Itself on ''by the law firm of Carson & Botts,
'I I seized by the U. S. at the minutes drive from Homestead 36 .87
the possession of a 'skyscraper' no 'growing out of alleged delays and group 1500 for mo.-Repay $13 mo
of the Spanish American Federal highway & B.scaynedrive. for 60 $32.50
opening 11.500 mo.-Repa
matter whether the build.n: Is a Injury to tomatoes in shipment after -
It granted, to take effect Modello. Mrs. Eva Collins -
tall one or not. The W. D. HomeCo. March 1 of the 1920 season. ." was mo.Ask
building, when completed will In 1946. Now that the Japs for FREE Estimates w.
... ..............
-- ---- are causing a war cloud to hangover Without Obligation
have the distinction In
FOR RENT-Residence in Florida t
them, these Filipinos have LOANS can be secured to Modern
It will be three stories Homestead'j
CURRENT City; 3 bedrooms, fireplace electric -
Ize and LEASED
The W. D. Horne Co. changed front and are asking that Repair OR
stove running hot and cold I
the Tydinga-McDuffie act be re- Property.
several years ago, through the consolidation two bathrooms'
water reason-
I COMMENT\ pealed. The Island have been a We also have F.H.A. LOANS for
of the W. D. Horne Lum- r able rent. Apply Leader-Enter- I
ber Co. interest and the Frank L.I I luxury at best but we are some prise. New Homes, payable monthly
---- over 20-25 years.
Skill Co. Mr. skill took charge of : what in the position of the man

their hardware and lumber business 1- :I' (Continued From Face Four) who had the bear by the tail. FOR SALE Let us supply your BUILDING
and there only the Indians have NEEDS. Prompt Srn.ce.
having had a number of ,,
W. F. I from time immemorial recorded ._, _
years' experience. Pennington ,.". 'T" 20 acres fine grove land with 4- Phone 62 Homestead. Fla.
their lineal
took charge of the bookkeeping'and descent and racial history
room well-built unfinished house,
office work. The by carvings on huge tree
;I trunks. 1,100 with $300 cash or less If
was formed as M co-partnership My fondest recollect.on:

known as the W. D. Home Co. . ." of the Portland exposition many Does Your Car line all cash. Eleanor Froscher LIFE INSURANCE policies -
Homestead, Fla., Phone S26-J.
"Miss Lochri returned Saturday years ago la that of seeing some o( alS-22) may be valuable See Elsie

from summer school accompanied these silent sentinels of the past jo Any of Hanson 207 Horne Bid,. pa211)

by Mr Tyre." (Florida history of a peculiar people whose FOA SALE-Tractor, trailer plow',
City) ,:I beginnings probably go back to double disk honey extractor. QUILTS LAUNDERED, 2Sc each.

Asia. Maybe their artistry a reflection These Faults? honey jars 4-inch and 3-inch Blankets, double or single, and

"Ruby Leach came down" this of the old Egyptian carv- gate valves. Call first of week bedspreads same price. Mr*.
week to stay In their house. (Florida
115 S. W. 2nd st
ings. H. P. Andreason, Cooper rd. Keitt Jackson .
City) o 0 S Homestead (m8-tf.) a
? ? T SLacks (pa-22))
-"Mr. anal Mrs. S. L. McClana- 1I "
Out of
England 6,000 newspaper
han are expected down by car this writers and workers have gone into I HOUSE for sale furnished. 218 WANTED
week from Sebring to visit hi."Harry N. W. 14th St. Inqu.re rear.
the present war. Editor and Pub- Power and Speed? ; .
10 20
I daughter, Mrs. J, M. Holcomb." ,' L. L. Hall. (a-lMf) WANTED-A to acre grove
lisher, official organ of American trade In city
will my equity
arrive' Hard t* Start?
B. Wolfe will newspapers took a poll] of 1,877 FOR SALE- droom. modern home and some cash. J. K Dorn
, In Homestead Friday on the mornIng '' daily papers to ascertain their Krome 8th Arcade Miami
Uses Too Much Gas I hoose on ave. near st 1 214 Halcyon ,
tran from India where he. views on the war and found that i 1 Apply Herbert Turner. U8-22) Florida. Phones 2-2403. (pa29))
has been for over tour years." Vibrates or runs rough t I j____ _

A. R. Caves wet successfully -I I"Mrl. ewvwvvvvvvvvvv tmwwwww FOR SALE-Baby i\1lnu3 WANTE ne or more sewing
operatedon at her home Sluggish and No Pep? i month old. 50c each. Helen I machines to be loaned or donated

by Dr. Eckman Tuesday." Whiting Ferreyra Roberts road to South Dade Unit Red

I r just north of Avocado drive. II CroWl. Mrs. B A. Tibbits. Phone
"Plans are under way for the EXIERTI O (a8-tf) 240.

formation of a sidewalk district on I _

the east side of Krome avenue. At Drive lute our garage and have :I FOR SALE-Two 50-ft. lots on TUTORING WANTED high

it is now the sidewalk on the westside I BARBERING S. Krome. See owner Mrs. Eva school and grade school subjects,

only goes as far as street, whereat a good share of 1 'I I Plununer drive and Country

_. _---- --1 I TESTED with our new SUN FOR SALE 5-acre Persian lime road.
HAIRCUT ...... 40c MOTOR TESTER and see for grove 5 years old now in full _
"I I bloom. No bu.ldmfts, cay) 2 miler NOTICE 0' AI'I'LICATIII tOM

Do You Like To SHAMPOO ...... 40c I yourself what la needed U from bank, 12,200 cashCASH. Nose. TAX.. h..Io'IIF.ED-FII.town that silos Nadi-irk ;
I .1 Do not ask for terms I II I I., h..Idrr .. ...1.... uf l.r.ln... IIItrlt ,-
HUNT and FISH MASSAGE 1In first class operatlni co Tart ('.5(114,. N..I..I an-, .1......
...... 40c .; Trees need some fertilization I I in. nth day ,.( A"...t. A II. lmiII < h.
but you will I never get more for aid ('".111.... III mr "IthvI. I h-,
Then You'll Enjoy ReadingSOUTHERN dition. ; ... .
: ...
your money. It Is a cieawayat : mad uprll lli>n fur In d. lIhmNW <> "
; In son ,nl.... with ,law. amid Ver.
BUSH'S 2200. H. A Cameron Phone I II tifl.-.w nnbrim the following 4r.dpr
t 72 Homestead, Florida. illtf!) : ._". .ltu.Ml la Pnd r, ,nly.'I, "Id..
I It I Preston B. Bird Motor Cot I u oil
: ...
E 11" ft. I. II. K L. "' 4.
BARBERSHOP PAPAYAS, Sc a pound. Mrs Keitl DiiMn Plot I'ojk a. P>... ... l..->tIn '.1
I ( South Krome Avt. Ph. 18 ,, II Jackson 11) S W. 2nd st, "d. O.unlr. state uf FIvMiiTh
'I Homestead. ...Mimmt c.f said ...|" rl> N...h.r
$ OPPOSITE TAG AGF1VCY] (mlo-tf th..aid OnlfloM b.u.4 ... III Ibrf tn.me
I sore Of Tnr OUTDOOA awt.' I Ii I'nbflnwn
.- i FOR SALE 'rrr-rn.ni f l..r\I..1I : t'nl... Mill C.rlifka..hall III.- r.d..loeda
I ,., IInr 4. hw tan 01....' wf! I ..rawth.rr
'' '' rue tree ana trrpicai fruit iiMascn
.. Inch f Mrnt,.ntlwr' .
I nt nn th. d.y
The Soul h', Only Hunting ---1 'angle: Grove, Redlari1 A I. IUI
And Fiihing Mtgaine N. KROME AVE. rod and Plummet drive I l..t....i hi. ,!S d.y "f A vow \ I IK It1sal.

NewCopfOUTNOWI NOTICE or Rind 1 ,I B..rrk LhATHIHMAt',' I ," .".rt
I Tin. r ( ,.n./I of thi> City .f Horn- n1.1 I .
< n.,1. I. IKSE
.. .. .. ... ..... ... . . Iwra orQ51.1V II rn.Ur; lid. (,.. a to-,,' n-r.th.aupil I I.lHd (1,11, I't ....I .
) I Fu.I l.brlc.ll.i oil and G. 11.101 C 'rUIIEII ,1. 1Aur
w.'wwtixwl.mwktivm>,rermktitiw llnr u, .u _..I.. rounrll ir.mlnt inRrpt '. iL l2. ZP 11oo.1 '. t 'I''
I, :n< Dvull u to ivrltlntu' ni and
2 .mr. ,. tn mar be obUllud It the <.ttcf of
IMPROVE ANY s II; the nit perk Lit, EDWAKPK" I

HOME Troubles City Clerk
(lu.. IS. III, 29. l 4ii t tIN I

We sell Mil;, Work article COUNTY JITlC.1fl fOLRTDU
Try Connor. Florida I
that will bring fine-home attractiveness - Nn. IISOIRe /
I .ul., of ward' n F...... ..-..J.
UM Doom" ven-ence, to any house howevernew Nolle b hereby .1... hit I h... ftlrd I
.... tool Mtnrt sad pMIUuli for FliulI
Name ] *ergw a. E..MUVia.t the ..UI (
or old Plan your TRIED ALL ELSE W:*T a nose. d.-.d l 0 d that .:Ii.. STATES
lllh in 80.IHI.. 1 will apply ,
Improvement with our help. W, F Hmr4.li, C ilrJidr '
Does your search for relief from to the Hoiuirahl SAVINGSBONDS
of fwM ..ow.'ur set" l
Talk with us! lygettive troubles seem endr] ,1 ..*... fln.Tr.wrt)Iwo *mid lot '...1 d'.h.' ....
fruitless? Decade: to come and discover .. EiwiAtll of the bate of word G

CblropratSc'i benefit before Fat Th:..Bill impel.flf. Aw.wl. IMJKATHVMMI j AND STAMPS

BROOKER LUMBER CO., INC. you suffer another day Learn ANTHLNFTTC; the FOOT F. ut.ERI!'

Tools what an Adjustment will) do. Realize 3 w7rdG"F.-.". t -rased
Limber, Hardware Sash Doors why so many others praise :.A.. II, SS H. .i.." a. awl, I i

'!!:..._:.............-..,r JOE'!...............JO'"...._',r_..."...............KNKANLY. Come Chiropractic in; today.so earnestly. Decide! toIt t,

.. ......._.-.......".."".._......_...:"":..... '"...,..........:-... n1. A. I1RGER.!, I 1 /, 1 I

norits i

SWIMMING POOL '.::1, te Its t te (:381 to I )' Dentist AMERICA ON GUARD! *

Sunday Ito I P. M. Toasters: ':18 t. U; t U f.3 le .
Open I A. M. to 11.3 P. M. : I Above .is a reproduction of the '

Pool Cleaned Every Mon." . Closed An Day Sundays by Appointment Office Hours 8:3o-t:30: Treasury l1e artment'. Defena .
Water Tested Every Day i' Savings Poster Showing an exact

MONTHLY TICKETS Dr. R. J. Elliott DPU Evenings by Appointment i duplication of the original "HinutoMan"

Family. s: e.: Adult. 11.25; Children. TSsBwlrnJrJni McCrery Arcade '* II 1 I'mnicl statue Chester by French.fasoed Defense

and ZKrinZ Lessens .. toe Phone 261W11OMESTEAD. y: First National Bank Bond and Stanpa on sale at your

ART McKEE Mgr. FLORIDA I bank tr pott .ft ft are a vital part
Building of Acjricrt ( .!(:*' prefiaratlona. j

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Pare Eirht THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, August 15. 1941

Methods of Propagating Set care should be taken that a plump requires the longer to chcnge over I percentage of lakes will be small
I Mango I "eye" is chosen. Insert the bud the top to another variety is to I and the loss of trees quite high.

Forth in Bulletin Written by Lynch well up into the vertical cut of ,prune back the branches of the rrrparatkM of Bidding Cloth:
the inverted T so that It .U !held tree to within a foot or so of the A thin grade of domestic cloth
I tightly to the wood of the stock. main trunk. (unbleached muslin) Is tom into
Method of propagating the and;pieje'of bark and wood on!Trim off the lower raised corners I This Is done in the late fall or 1 stripe six to eight inches in width

mango are set forth In I recent'''Ithe longest side Is removed to I of the bark of the stock so that winter If bright sun prevails, a and rolled onto a short stick.
bulletin written S. J. correspond with the cut In the the lower end of the shield is coat of whitewash over the trunk These rolls, about two inches In
by Lynch, i
stock. The little tongue on the setting in an inverted V opening will prevent sunacald. The strongest diameter, are dipped into the hot
assistant horticulturist of the Subtropical bam of the Won fits into the oblique Wrap tightly with a strip of budding shoots that issue from the wax mixture given below. Theyare
Experiment Station it slot at the lower end of cloth. When the bud has cut-back branches are shield allowed to remain for several
Homestead. The bulletin published the cut on the stock. Thus, the taken, as may be seen in three I budded or veneer-grafted in May, minutes to insure thorough pene-
by the University of Florida I long cut surfaces of both.'he stock or four weeks, cut back the stockas June or July, and treated as described ,tration, after which they are removed -
Agricultural Experiment Station, ''and cion are placed fahf'to face described under veneer-graft, : under nursery propagation.A and allowed to drain and
la in part ai follows: I'I'with the inner edges o! the bark ing I few of the weaker branchesare ,cooL Strips H to ** inch wide areA
Several methods of vegetative matching. The graft Is wrapped lurching Is the simplest and sometimes left at the time of torn 'lengthwise from the roll to
propagation of the mango are employed tightly with a strip of budding easiest method of propagatingtangos dehorning to provide a shade un- the desired length as needed.
t In nurseries and home gar- cloth, covering the entire clan from the standpoint of til the new top is established.The Budding clots wax snixtare: _
dena. The three methods most I and Including the terminal bud. the grafting operation fcsell It other method In practice f 1 part beeswax

commonly and ..lX'tftBfully&Sed, When the graft has taken, as maybe consists of bringing together the I should be attempted only by one 1 part paraffin
la the order of their importance I! seen in three or four weeks, stock. and clon while both are use of the cleft-craft. This is! rot I 14 Dart' rosin
are: veneer-grafting, shield bud-I cut back the top third of the growing on their own roots. The a method for the beinner-; Crafting wax mixture:
ding and inarching. (stock. Two weeks later, cut off method is being superseded by should be attempted only be one :3 parts beeswax _

Seedling of the turpentine and I another third of the stock and vet14tl'1'- -altin. and budding in well versed In mango ,nfta... 1 part paraffin
No 11 mango are the most commonly I after two more weeks remove the nursery propagation due to the Cleft grafts are worked into
used root-stocks. Whatever remainder of the stock by a slantIng extra work and expense. either the main trunk or, if a What Might Have Bee

method of propagation ii used, Its cut close to the sprout so Inarching is done on pot-grown spreading tree Into the larger I I The farmer and his daughter
essential to success that: the I that the callus formed at the un- seedling stocks of any size, but branches. Do not use a graftingiron went to market with butter and
stocks are healthy and vigorous' ion will cover the cut surface, usually of a diameter of 14 to H for making the cleft Instead,I eggs, and after selling out were
growing; the buds and graftwood Shield budding has been used inch. A scaffolding must be constructed the cleft is sawed with a returning home with the horse
be taken from strong growing II I for years In commercial mango around the cion tree to saw and the Inside bark hand-I and wagon and money when they
limbs free of disease and Insect nurseries and for topworklng support the stock plants. The..elected the cleft are trimmed were attacked by bandits. The
Injury; and the grafting knife be I large. trees which have been cion should be the same a knife. A hardwood wedge is farmer wept as he saw his horse
kept sharp by frequent whettingand headed back and allowed to develop diameter as the stock. A slice, used to force open the cleft for 1:and wagon disappear.
stropping In all the nursery numerous new sprouts. two or three inches long and deep the insertion of the trimmed don. 'Don't cry" said the daughter,

methods of propagation the dons However, the veneer-graft la displacing enough to expose the cambium Some success has been reportedby "they didn't get our money, any
should be inserted Into the stocks budding In nursery work. (the thin layer of cells between grafting 'in January, but the way. I put It in my mouth."
within six inches or let of the the bark and the wood), is cut most successful months are Juneto
The following method of shield "What a clever girl you are"
round levels Wax impregnatedmuslin from the side of the chosen don August The condition of the
budding differs little from the farmer explained. "Just like
strips make satisfactory very A slice of similar size is cut from stock and cion
very mother. I wish she'd been
standard shield budding The your
wrappings over the dons for all I the stem of the young seedling The buds
success. on the stock
here we might have saved the
stock should be from % to H ;
d (the methods. The two cut surfaces bound
nursery are should be well swollen
readyto horse and wagon.Ex.GET .
Inch In diameter with the bark
Veaetr-graftlag Is the most together with son twine or bud sprint The clon. iix In eight,
practical method for use on stocks most green successful In color. Shield on 1 budding year-old Is ding cloth. In six to eight weeks [inches long' Udu H--to--H Inch in' I

from H to 1% inches In diameter a union should be formed. The diameter, should be from the next! YOUR STATEDriver's
stocks which have suffered
I no II
fl year or older), The work maybe don is then severed from the par to last growth and should possess,I
setbacks in growth. At the time
done af any time from April the ent tree lust below the union -and if possible a good ring of buds.The .
I budding stock should
to September but the best results be at the plant of the stock Is cut off j't-; above it, buds should be swollen. In, LicenseAt
very beginning a
are obtained during May,I flush of growth, which normally leaving the small branch growingon releasing the sides I of the cleft
June and July. The stocks shouldbe occurs In May or June. Buds he stock. The potted stock after fitting the cons, allow onlya The
just breaking Into a new flush should be cut from dormant woodof must be regularly watered while light pressure to hold the clonsl I
of growth it the time of graftIng similar size and color to the the union is taking place. In place. A heavy pressure will I] JUSTICE OF THE
To Induce flush Tepwerklng of large mango crush them. Cover
a of growth, stock in which the buds are to all cut surface PEACE
should the trees to a more desirable variety and till
weather be adverse be inserted. This of wood the cleft cutwith
for tree growth at the season one Is usually found in type the next to has not reached the general prac- melted grafting wax. A new Office in HomesteadOpen
wishes to graft 11each plant tice which prevails with avoca- top can be quickly established ona
last flush of growth. The leaves I free I am te a aOdd
one pint of a solution! containingone should be removed from the selected dos. There are two .general methods stump by this method but, as a. +
of I which can be employed. The mentioned before Fellows BUg.
ounce nitrate of soda or dons while they are still unless handledby
sulfate of ammonia in a gallon of on the parent tree about twoweeks I surer method, but the one which an experienced propagator the 1

water about ten days before before the budding oper-
grafting The condition of the ation. This allows the leaf scars
don Is very important. The dons to heal before the budwood is
should be terminal, three to four used.
Inches long, H to Mi Inch in dia.meter .
I The bud should be cut with a
from well matured growth shield, 1 ... .'
% 2
to Inches long and "
en which the bud are starting to I t. ; ,: ::
well to .. :;
preparatory a flush of
1 growth The buds should be I i UseRedland It. :
swollen but not sprung A large NEWT. G. BALL
t terminal bud on the don is pre
I ferred. The leave are cut off the .
I cton wood, leaving very short : NOTARY PUBLIC I

t petioles H to '" inch In length. I
t A alantng cut about two inches Brand
long Is made In the side of the Fire Insurance and
f stock so that at the bottom the
I fUt It 1-18 to H Inch In depth. Kindred Lines

V An oblique cut at the base of the
C large cut allows the piece of bark U If. KreaM Are.NOTICE '
and wood to be removed. The base Fertilizer r
I, of the don la cut off obliquely


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On Your Groves (

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For Results .i

The City Council of the City of i ro \ 'I

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Homestead will sit as a board of WI FAT ." w t'I I,

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equalization each Monday evening .It far tM Ib rertilxser Ban .,

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