Title: The leader-enterprise
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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: January 16, 1942
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00525
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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... .Co-operation, Says Rheney CLEARED TO F. H. C. ROADBED,



t MAYOR NAILS Analytical Secretary Compiles Data, MILE OF DITCH DUG IN WEEK

Draws Graphs for C. of C. Arguments I


THEFT STORY I Graphs and charts, displayed-retary- has been busy compiling THE WEATHER Laying of the-flnt half-mile of

I a"Hd explained Monday night to Information and statistics In prep.I the Florida Key Aqueduct was
members of the Redland District station for an Intelligent and Official weather report of the completed'this week by Williams

Chamber of Commerce by its recently comprehensive educational program Subtropical Experiment Station, Bros., Tulsa, Okla. holders of the
t SENT HERALD i I I appointed executive secretary that will be informative to Homestead Florida. $3,500,000 contract recently award
Kit Canon, Indicated that local inhabitant as well aa to I Deb M."I I MI., IWrllUln
the experience of the former industrial prolpective' aettlerfonnln the Jan. L_. 1 I 77 | 56 ISO,15| ed by the navy department.The .
r and market survey analyst basis for a publicity campaign devoid Jan. 9........ -t) 7(1 I 51 /130081 0.24 right-of-way for the pipeline
i The blackout In Homestead and I has been and will belied of bunkum.For Jan. 10. ..,.. I 159 |151 I i i 0.55 has been cleared from the well
\ Vicinity last Sunday night was 100 to the advantage of the Redland instance, Mr. Carson exhibited Jan. 11 ." -1 I tl I 43 I I field In Florida City.to the old F
District. a graph ,showing that Jan. 11_.. 173 i 49 I 008
J per cent effective except for I It showed too that the new sec- vegetables c4n be grown every Jan. 13___, ':3'' 49 ':30281Jan E. C. roadbed the route ot which

? lights authorized by air raid, warden month In the year In the Redland 14_ ..; ,1 I 77 ,%M .30221 it will fo'lnw to Ifey West About
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\ in the Interest of public health District-with the number of varieties II mile of the newly-cleared rlnhtwayiKhasvbeen -

4 and. sestet re ports_ .r I'"...' Yiea.l ,BROOKED KIR e a.n .: angitcom .(- ditehed-.m- Ii!
J two cbm.ulluat and Septemberto FIRST IG'-S half-mile of the 18-inch pipe has
** morning newspaper to the contrary I 20 InAprlL Another chart superimposed been laid

I notwithstanding, W. E. Rheney, EECTEDTOTWOCOUNCIL on a map of the United J Most of the time has been occupied
divteion air raid warden for this States In which the food store BEAN CANNINGSTARTED with arranging equipmentand

section IBid yesterday. TERMS sales percentage of each state was organizing crew, H. L. Davis,
"A for the report in the same shown, demonstrated the fact that HEREWhat II superintendent ot construction,
story that there were thefts committed 73.20 per cent of the food buying' said yesterday, Approximately
here during the blackout power lies within a radius of 100 men are now employed In
1 somebody bad a pipe dream or Only 126 votes were cast in the 1,200 mile of the Redland Dis is believed to be the first I the preparation of machinery and
' was hard up for a newt story uncontested municipal election trict. The buyng of food I* a good commercial of bean in laying of, the pipe. Men In key
canning
Mayor T. J. Harris said. held here Tuesday. Mayor T,.J. Index to general purchasing power positions necessarily have been
the Homestead area was started
Mr. Rheney said that there was Harris received 106 and the five Mr. Carson explained. Imported, Mr. Davis said, but us
last week by the Homestead Canning -
positively no willful violation of councilmen nominated for reelection An income tax payment chart far as possible! local labor has been
Company, located in the old
blackout rules, as far as he could with him by the town showed that the Redland District hired.
McKlnstry building on S. W. Sec-
discover. There wss- some con caucus last month received totals la In a section of the country thatIs ond : The company, which has been
t fusion in the time of starting the as follows: Henry Brooker, Jr" forging ahead faster than most I avenue.The is said to have using the old Seaboard yard head
blackout due to the fact that the 98; T. E. Kirby, 92; W. R. Bird, of the rest of the country In the company an quarters of the Standard Asbestos
local police and fir station was 85; B. W Morris, 82; E. C. Chron- amount of taxes paid on incomes army contract and I* buying all Insulating and Manufacturing Co..
the beans brought to the plantBomber
t' authorized by the army to blow later, 81. although there I* no state tax on 'will move IU offices today to the
,the siren at 10:20: whereas the In the election two years ago Incomes.A old Citizens' Bank building at
I radio blackout signals started at which was a hotly-contested event, comparative chart preparedby Base RunwaysGet Krome avenue and N. W, First
10:15.: In spite .of this, however, 797 ballots were cast, with Mayor Mr. Carson, showed that where Asphalt Coating street Geo. E. Matt U office '
.t practically Jthe whole area was Harris receiving 567 of them I a $7,000 house in Westchester manager.
blacked out at 10:IS. In one or while his opponent, Claude Camp- county in New York brings $65a The John E. Balllr.ger Construe- The gang at work In the Florida
two cases lights could be seen for bell received 219. I month In rent $3* month ion Co.. of Lakeland is aiphaltng City area is the only crew working
a minute or two after the 10:18 Since Mr. Brooker and .Mr. must be paid out in taxes; while the surfaces of the runways at present Mr. Davis Mid. t
1 signals but district wardens who Kirby received the two highest (Continued on Page Seven) at the county airport, which has Later a crew will be started at ;
investigated immediately found It totals in Tuesday' election, they been leased to the army a* a base the Key West end and still later
was because the householders had will be hold-over councllmen- for ferryng bombers to the African crews will be started at Inter-
not heard the blackout signals. elected for four years instead of GIRLS AND BIG V war tone via South America. mediate point between Key Went
I "On behalf of myself and the the two years to be served by the Originally planned as 4000-/oot and Florida City.
other air raid wardens of this other three.' Councilmen J. O. IN PUBLICITY OFFRUITFESTIVAL I runways, they were recently au- In charge of gang No. 11.I Jack
area, I wish to thank residents of Wynn and Frank B. Rue, hold. thorized for extension to 6,000 Poston. Among local men em-
Vie district for the spirit of willing over councilmen from the laat feet. (Continued on Page Seven) ;
,7 co-operation they displayed in election, will serve with the five
''t complying with the rules pre- elected Tuesday to make up the I
Red Cross First Aid .Classes Start
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I Drum majorette of' the Homestead at Woman's Club and School
Monday
} : ,and Redland school and i .
War Relief Dance Tomorrow Night 9
I" I some members of. the Junior Free flnt aid Instruction for I m. on Wednesdays.Each .
:. To Be Boosted by Girl Scout Paradeas Woman's Club ofv Homestead both beginner and -advancedclasses of the tint aid classes I I. '

>osed. Wednesday for photo will be started I let Homestead open to person 17 yean of age
and older-both men and women.If .
The emergency Red Cross war the Redland District's quota In I graphs to publicize the Redland next,week by Miss Josephine air raid wardens, firemen and

relief dance to be given tomorrow the emergency Red Cross war I District Fruit Festival which will Cook, physical education director other men In this section prefer
relief drive. Mrs. Green Rives Is be held In Homestead Feb. 6-14
Homesteadschools (Continued on Page Eight)
5 night in the Chamber of Com- for'girls In the
general chairman for the Red- The framework for a giganticV
merce building by the Junior land District Last week the club for victory which 1s under construction and authorized Red Cross "Food for Freedom"Film .
Woman's Club of Homestead will :turned In $10 in donat'ons! to the for the fruit festival to. first aid Instructor. The'Junior
be the theme of a parade by I fund and this week ha turned gether'w'ltb a placard "Remember Woman' Club ,of Homestead I Ia To Be Shown at SchoolTwo
Homestead Girl Scouts this after*I, in more than $50. I Pearl .Harbor" was Used a* a of the
noon. Banners advertising the in front of the building will be r background for come of the pictures sponsoring organization motion pictures, "Food for
time and place of the dance and the big V for victory which the while bearing orange trees, cIa...*. Freedom" and "Dependable Cred
the fact that It is being given for Chamber of Commerce has erectedin poinsettia shrub and other ap- One beglnqen class will beheld it" will be shown in the visual education
t,. the Red Cross win be carried by preparation for the fruit festival I II. propriate settings Were used for In the clubhouse of the.Wom- room of Homestead High
the scouts. I and it together with the other scenes. an's Club of Homestead from School.Monday night at I o'clock
The Homestead troop is helpingthe .I.placard bearing the legend "Re-\ The picture will be sent to, papers 3:30 to 5 p. m. and another will by the Miami Production Credit
Junior I Woman's Club in the member Pearl Harbor" will harmonize in Miami and other part of be held from 7:30: to t 30 p. m. In Association.The. .
advance male of ticket to the I appropriately with the the state In connection with advance the Neva King Cooper School au- public especially farmer
dance In charge of ticket sales purpose of the dance Under consideration newt stories of the festival ditorium on Mondays. Advanced I and fruit grower is Invited said
Is Mrs Geo. H. Fitzpatrick, ,I Is a plan to have the Soldiers quartered In the festival first aid which I* open only to r Geo. N. Wakcfleld. head of Uw
The Junior Woman' Club Is V and Pearl Harbor legend floodlighted building will move on Jan. 25 those who have completed the be. school's department of vocational
sponsoring the dance to help raise for the Red Cross benefit Into Legion Hall for the duration gnners': course, will be given In agri UaUJ1J; ) lode w.iote auspice
SJ7S which has been designated I event Saturday night rf the festival 1 the clubhouse from 7:30: to 9:30 p. the I, m> ....ii u' E.in..

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tt IL S. SUFFERS !I!Florida City Pioneer'Of .1[FOLLOW.'CROP( acting Doris"aa and master Buddy of ceref Fas ,'des tI >,> 'IInra te djGirISc*>*lBarken
Yean Is Dead
32 Ago year-old brother and lister : Miller, Serike -

FIRST DEFEAT ;I Mrs. Mary Ellen-Scott, wb01lame VITAL 'DEFENSENEBCHANDLER an team adagio, gave number.a ballrooavwalt A lovely large coUe*; pitcher

I to Florida City 31 yean ago a* one Rosa Marie MagrUl, wa given; to the snout troop! *-*
OF-TlIIS SEASON of Its first settlers, died at her beauty who was Miss. Florida Mr*. Skill, our leader, tot'el
home there Wednesday night at 1939 and appeared in Ceor, Christmas gift I
I the age of 77. She had been In White's Scandal and, most recently The second verse of "The Qw.- ,
III health for three and for Theatre in Miami I den SUIT Sink -hi the
After six consecutive victor I year "rood supplies In Dade County at the Olympia Westwas
: the pact two months had been confined showed that the has talent as learned thoroughly. M
IM wino the start of the seaam would last only from two weeks toa
to her bed. The
wen as beauty by the performance I games played were streets
the Homestead High School I Funer.laervlcn will be held at month In the event this area of ton shoe and fast top routine and allies- and tangle. "M
basketball team bowed to Miami :11:30 p. m. Saturday at CombsI should be cut off from outside]l! Alice Strickland, recently starredat I Saturday the Crisley Beat Pa!
i Edison' 36-25, Tuesday eve:I Funeral Home In Miami with the : markets". Mid Luther L. Chandler the Roosevelt Hotel in Jacksonville i trol will meet at Mr*. Skill's home
1 Rev. W, E. Rowell, pastor of the gave an exhlb.Uon of oriental ,i to make dais garden which they
sing In the Red Ralden' gym 1111 I chairman of the agriculture
Florida ChurchIn
City Community and controlled acrobatic danc plan to sellPatty j
Miami. Homestead defeated Edison charge. Burial will be in committee of the Dade County De- ing. I I| Rob'nion, hostess, served

. earlier In the season. I Woodlawn Park Cemetery fense Council, speaking before a' Miss Lenore with her monologue ,I ice cream. MI -
) The Growers will meet Delray I Mrs. Scott, who seas born in Joint meeting of the Homestead depicting the breezy, gum- Those present were: Patty Rob.;
\ Beach tonight on the Homestead Georgia came to Florida City Rotary Club and the Redland District chewing! switchboard operator I''inson, Ardel Parman Anne Rh*
I I court. from DeLand Springs. Lions Club Tuesday evening. showed that she knew some of I[ ney Barbara Miller Mary Suber]
With only seven seconds to play, She leaves four son, Harry, "Besides food for our people we|ithe Rotes and Lions present rather. Suzanne Brown Betty Catlla,
Lott, Homestead player made a Percy and Chester Hunter of Miami must have feed for our cattle and I well. i Katherine Kelly, Betty and Ruth
1 goal to put the game on Ice when and Herbert Hunter of Florida poultry. Even If this might be I: Dewey Southern tap dancer and I I Byrum. Catherine Shackleford,
) the local boys downed the strong City and one daughter Mrs. available, transportation problems i acrobat, performed seemingly Impossible I i Margaret and Betty St'llmon,Sally
, Miami Beach quintet, 35-33 on the,I Ida Flower of Miami Beach. might be such as to delay delivery leaps flips and tumbles'Suber, Mar'on Anderson Connie
I Beach court Friday night Lott'' I for some time", continued Lions next week will be hosts to I Campbell Joy Peters, Mararel'l! !
, was high-point man with 11 points I Death Takes Produce Mr. Chandler. "Therefore, we I soldiers stationed in Homestead.All Barnes, Barbara Home, Barbara']
' and Delllnger and Forte accounted 1.I 1 Broker of Florida City I urge the farmer to plant follow- soldiers not on actual duty I Ii I iWakefield, Mr. Anderson and
for I points each. up crops that can be used for dairy' will be presentMinisters a Mr*. Skill
I i The Growers made a record last:,I Frank Garagnr- 44, Florida feed. i I
I week when they swamped St. I I City produce broker, died Tuesday "Every' man woman and child
k Patrick High School of Miami evening In the James Archer I should jon: In a program of conservation Announce
Beach, 53-10, In a game played I Smith Hospital I Death resulted Of foodstuffs. Check Missionary SpeakerMiss
here The score at the half was I from a kidney ailment from which your pantry shelves. Can or preserve
., 25-0. Delllnger rang up II points he had suffered for several yean all the surplus you possibly Julia Lake Kellersberger,
and Lett 13.ROAD I Funeral services were held at 10 can. Plant as much of a gardenas a missionary who has recently returned -i
Make full use of all I
o'clock yesterday morning In Turner you can. from Africa, will speak In
Funeral Home. Burial was in foodstuffs that we may be as self- I the F.rst: Baptist Church of
PATROL TO Gracelnnd Memorial Park in Mia sustaining as possible e I Homestead Monday evening, Jan. present '
Home demonstration clubs will i
120 I announces the Redland District i
STOP DUMPING mi.Mr.. Garagnani, who was born inItaly assist In this program and details i' Ministerial Assoclat.on whichhas :
will be published later, he said. MACHINEr
came to Florida City from arranged for her appearance!
"We should also buy Dade
South America 17 years ago Miss Kellersberger Is from the
OFTRASHINROAD lie Is survived by his wife County products whenever possi Florida Chain of Mission I i
Regina and a stepson, Frank I'' ble", concluded Mr. Chandler.,I All churches In the community: in DEFENSE
"Not to help ourselves eco-
I Basso. only will co-operate In planning for
A drive to stop the dumping of nomically but also In order that Miss Kellesberger'i talk. \
we will not have to depend on PROGRAM
trash or rubbish at the side of Lecture on Pyramid i I
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If and when
other section
some
public roads or on the roadways I
i themselves will be made by the To Be Given Sunday, lack of transportation facilities AIR roNnrmiNEn!: I win rim IISEIUSni
should cut us off from the rest nor' *R siura IN COMFORT INSECT KITS . .
Dade County; Road Patrol It was "The King's Chamber of the Aftmmi, S to S P. M.Chilh.a .
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the country." I/I II. Adults, Ik, .|.. Ul I
I announced yesterday. Great of Is the ... ., .
Pyramid Egypt" 10f .1. till to IIit P. M.AltLd. ,
Dumping of trash or rubbish on I I topic of a lecture to be given by The entertainment portion of ... .__...__ ..., plus to* i:
I{ public roads or their rlghU-of-i Dr. Willard. Hale, scientist and the program consisted of aever.1acta Venetian Skating Rink [mmmm
from the Bill Pecks Studio of
way Is prohibited by state law and Near East traveler, Sunday after I STM .. W. Put A,*. MludTURNER'S
I Dancing of Miami with Mr. Peck
violation is punishable by both fine
I noon at 3 o'clock In the Florida
\ and Imprisonment it was pointed City town hell
out. Many person dump discarded I On Jan. 25 Dr. Hale will begina !
junk and rubbish in the second series of lectures In the See In"ACTIOH
roadway not realizing that the I Florida City: town hall,,.The theme ,
average Dade County road has a 1of the lectures will be 'The Reason Let UI tell you
t right-of-way 70 feet wide. I for American Patriotism I : FUNERAL Todayt where you can
Junk and trash have been
I I I see this re* h
: dumped recently at two place ATTEND INSTITUTE markabl machine that applies
E close to Homestead: on Kings. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Holferty OE vaporized oils with dusts to
I. highway just west of the Seaboard i Mr*. Lawrence Pope Mrs. J. A. B.* "" I produce amazing results
railroad track and on Redland Ricks, Misses Helen and Susan pest control.
road just south of Avocado drive I Pope the Rev. Ceo. H. Ricks, J. 243 four Ambulance Service ,
according to road patrolmen. In W. irwin and Joe and Blair Hick. II The NACONIZER' designed
future attended institute of and built by the Root Mfg Co.,
i patrolmen will Investigate son an religioua'education lADY ArfllXD.T:
{( such violations and persons guiltyof 1 at Westminster I a wholly owned subsidiary of
Phone 270 Homestead Fla.
with the
NACO. was developed
Indiscriminate dumping will be Presbyterian Church In Miami
prosecuted It wa said. Sunday, I cooperation of Dr. T Walter J
Reed and other of the research
1 std of the California Spray r
Chemical Corporation.Back .

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Is the ,mechanical
expert ser v.
vice of NACO In Fort Pierce

Anticipate Your Fertilizer NeedsSome and Florida authorized plus the NACO entomological dealersIn

assistance of Dr.Reed and
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programs are particularly
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By HARRY C. REELT

WAS Member Agricultural Division ef Defense Council of Dade County

IftPa. The following information: on use if you tell him the kind of so:1: tures in CO to TO days. Use from with your carrots in the same nourishment In the green tender
garden Is compiled In such a way and the time you expect to plant.I the first group for quick! results. drill They will protect the car leaves than In the white ones any.
al to be of use to the beginner, Instructions for planting are usually I The (I to 70 day variety, like the rots from the hot sun and will be way. Low damp ground Is best
act without: burdening him with a lot on each package or in the speckled cranberries for late ma. harfcsted before the carrots have for lettuce.: You will need to use
,ry of detail that might prove to bt'seed catalogue luring in the early summer or laid' grown to any size. I about twice the amount of fer-
confusing instead of helpful. The. PREPARING THE GROUND. I spring, when commercial beans Collards. Green leaf vegetables tilizer In the soil aa specified under -
vast main object It to get hm: or her'I Remove the weeds'and grass roots I become scarce: In the market. Besides are scarce In Florida In the sum the head of "Fertil'ser". PlantIn
started. In short It Is a kindergarten as much as possible. If soil and this bean is an excellent: dry mer time. This Is a green leaf I drills or rows IS in. apart and
)Ij; course through which we I time permit, turn them under. I bean. vegetable that can be grown any thin to 12 In. in a row. If you
'h hop to arouse a gardening Interest They will form humus in the soil Seed one lb. to 100 ft row- month of the :year, so If you have are troubled with ants treat the .
oft and desire In the community,I Do this at least a month before I I seeds J in. to 3 in. apart In rows the garden space plant some col- seed with semassn, to keep the
Un, so that, should an emergency exist, planting. Keep patch clear of all 18 in. to 24 In. apart Depth of lards. It matures In from 60 to, ants from carrying the seeds away.
ithily in the future wtiereby our food.I weeds and growth up to plant:ng planting 1%. In. on heavy soil, 1 80 days." Plant in rows 18 In. to Onions. For the home gardenuse
.I'd, supply would be curtailed or cutoff i time. About one week or ten days In. on light soils: Dust for mildew 24 in. apart in a row. Cultivate onion seta instead of the seed..
some of us at least would be,I I before planting; apply fertilizerand and white or green. fly. Keep the and side-dress as cabbage. Leaves I Plant In rows 12 In. to IS in.
l11e ate from I scarc.ty: hysteria and 'woyt-it Into the soil If soil weeds down. If the ground Is can be clipped off over a long apart and thin out to three or four
rot be Informed so ai to, in some decree -I Is dry sprinkle with water.. well prepared and fertilized at season without using the whole In. apart Use the young tender

11'1 ,.feed themselves. ,I I. FERTILIZER. A mixture of75 the bef'tffling, no additional fer plant for greens, taking the lower ones for garden onions leave theothers
The people of Dade County have 4-1-4 Is leaves first.Lettuce. to mature.
and or- a good safe mixture tiliser should be necessary. Harvest
ait their .very dooc.some of the for the home garden.On the green pods when tender. Use No. 44 or No. 847 Tomatoes. It seems that a home
.largest winter gardens In the I I muck or marl use 14 pound Let the overripe mature and har- Improved Florida iceberg in your garden la not complete withouta
country. Our so-called farms are' to each 10 sq. ft. of area to be vest the dry beans. garden. It matures in about 00 few tomato plants. The seed
Just great big gardens and they: planted.On days. If planted In the fall months can be planted In ground, or plants
produce abundantly in their sand or pine land soils H to Cabbage. Should be In every It can be made to head, but in the can be grown 6 In. to 11 in. Ugh
ion. The place, however, for .a-I I H pound for each 10 sq. ft Work home garden. Use' an all season spring and summer plantings Itw1I I In a flat and probably receive bet-
horn garden Is when the farm I this Into the soil and leave he variety (Wli season Is over and we find that. surface as smooth and level alIt I I Matures In 80 days. One good leaf lettuce. There is more (Continued on Page Four)
ounce will 2,008 plants,
ce
our fresh green vegetables are Is possible to do with a garden I .
shipped in from other parts of the rake. I I so a small |< will be amplefor I
country. It is then that a little your garden. Plant in rows
If you have a quantity of animal
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planting in our own back I I about 24 In. apart. Place several
yard manure, use it Instead of the com
r will come in handy and profitable.The mercial.I Twenty-fve: pounds of. seeds about 6 in. apart In the rowland
object of this home garden well rotted manure mixed with l I'| cover 1 in. deep. Thin out
so as to have plants 12 in. apart. Statement of Condition of the
movement is to make each and 24 pounds of 18% superphosphateto
As cabbages are heavy feeders a
every community in the country each 100 sq. ft. of garden well
little dressing: of fertilizer after
as nearly self-supporting as pos i worked Into the soil two or three
sible, thereby leaving the canned weeks before planting w:11 reward ,I I I the advisable.I plants get Not well over rooted H Ib may to be a j COCONUT GROVE EXCHANGE BANK
products to go Into the more congested you for your trouble. It Is ,.
areas of the North and the well to keep the ground moist 10 ft. row and no nearer the plant I Coconut Grove Station, Miami, Florida
I than < In. Work it lightly Into
starving people of war-torn Eu when using this mixture.
|I I the so:1. Dust with a commercial
rope. So let's see of Florida can't SPRAYING AND DUSTING.'
cabbage dust for cabbage worms.
feed her own people and not depend For a small garden a good hand Condensed from Report to Comptroller
I'r on California to fed us In.the duster is the best In the long run.]I|I Carrots. If your soil is t In. to
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summer t'me. There Is no mussy mixture to be 8 in. deep you can grow some car
Try to choose your plant, done as with the spray. Besides rots. They mature in 75 days
r time so that you will have the I the dusts are available already.,. Plant in drill 14 In. to 18 In.
vegetable you plant before snd mixed In the right proportion at apart Cover the seeds about 14 RESOURCESLoans
after the commercial planting sel-I your seed store, both insecticides In. Thin out to about 4 In. apart
k We make this and fungicides under various trade. You can plant them up till the
son.
an econom'ca one, as the com- names. i|i first of AprL: If cut worms are and Discounts .__... _._._ _'__'__ f 709.I5U'
merleally grown can be grown WHAT TO PLANT. | present, use a commercial bait. Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures._ 4I.4tS.4S

more cheaply than you can grow Bush Beans. There are two good I I I I Radishes. Radishes are quick Other'' Assets ...__ __...__ ._.__.___._ 11,821.41
them. Of course the ones pro grades of these. 'One group ma grow: ,. You may plant them U. 8. Government County and
duced In your own garden will)I Municipal Bonds ._ _. 1451.84588
come to your table much fresher.,
Other Bonds and Securities.. 4M.1I7.I7
than the commercially produced ;
and may save many a trip to the Cash on Hand and due from
market. I Banks .. __..
You can grow something I in the
garden any month of the year..You I f.S89.tlS.SI
may Tiave to provide some
ficial shade for some things artl-1
can be done. Have a source of I
i water handy should the rains fall I LIABILITIES

you. Keep the ground moist but I 1941 FORD TUDOR SEDAN-Black finish; Capital Stock .__..____.. "- ..._'.. I lOO.ttttt

not wet and soggy.If good tires; one owner; low mileage; seat Surplus ____..._._.-2" __._. 180,000"
you find that you have a
: covers. .. _... .._
In It Into I Undivided Profit and Reserves_ 50'485.77
surplus garden
your put
. cans. If you don't know how, 1939 FORD COUPE-Black finish; seat covers.; Deposits __.__....___.__..._.._._......._.. .._..._.. S.13S.S3SS1S2.389.tlS
ask. We will try to help you. good condition; !good tires. .

SIZE OF GARDEN. If this Is PLYMOUTH FORDOR SEDANGreenfinish .M

your fret experience in gardeningdon't I ; practically new tires; in first class
try to plant a patch more shape. .

-a than 10 ft. k 10 ft, or 10 ft x 20 1938 CHEVROLET COUPE-Blue finish ; me- DEPOSITS, December II, 1(38_._.... ... 'S1.17S.S88
ft A plot of this size will give I
i you as much head, foot and arm I I chanically good; seat covers; radio. DEPOSITS, December SI. 1939_ __ ._. ", 0".11

work as a game of golf and we 1936FORD ROADSTER-Cream finish ; tires DEPOSITS, December SI, 1849__u _ ... 1,683.169

think It 'I more Interesting. How fair; motor good ; radio. DEPOSITS, December SI, 1941._" .._. .. .. . .118.332.81
ever, there Is no limit to the size
of the garden you should plant, 1936 FORD STATION WAGON-Motor over-
except your ab lily and the amountof hauled; body in !good shape.
land you may have at your dls. 1933 CHEVROLET TUDOR SEDAN-Four almost
posal. new tires. Member Federal Deposit Insurance

TOOLS. You will need a good Corporation
1940 CHEVROLET PICKUP-Mechanically in
hoe, a rake a garden trowel a
spade, if your soil Is deep, a hand good shape; tires fair; body good.

sprayer, s dust gun maybe-an
open mesh bag will do for the dustIn I Bird Chevrolet Co.
most cases. Don't load yourself -i
with all the gadgets ,
new you
Growing with South Dale for ever IS rears
see In the market you may not
need them. The eldest Chevrolet dealer OB Florida's East CoastHomestead. for Delicious Home CookingYou'll

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reliable seed dealer will, or should, I
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GROW YOUR FAMILY'S NEEDS gi1l1l1l1l1ll1l1l1mmlllllllln! { : ( : ;

[BELEADER-ENTERFRISE CURRENT IN A 10 X 10 WAR GARDEN I .

-- 20 Years Ago ::

PEN ARCHER _-_.,,Unt ant Mltof COMMENTBy
(Continued From Page Three) summer crop that will pay you

' MARJORIE__LEACH_a.e.aarr ARCM sae_T.vmr_ AGNEW WELSHlihliK garden. A small flat wooden box the well garden for your effort. if you have Iml m ill III II III 11I11I IlIIlIIillh ill mllm

". not over S in. deep and IS in. or space.Blackeyed .
pea. Get a wilt TW following H M mn ...... nr \(,
...... Nowas..... FL, ulwr'. Notes II,. ..... w.ta..es 20 in. square with a few holes Issues ,.- files W Un M.a..t..d
'.101. Fridays .1 _...... en his OOC-_" abash" resisting variety and plant In row
Ise the Noah >a4e Publishing Gasser.SUBSCRIPTION ...... be I. ...-t ... M .._ In the bottom for drainage, will l.toi-rb established .. II Hit.H y'kH
about J8 in. apart The green pod the Bomb Florida Remain U4
RATES .,! _. Addnw araaat.rattan. serve a* a flat. Put about S In. ...
Merged Oct. If, issu wILe the 11194.
In 60 to 70 day >
to ACMW Wtbb, I4S N. R can be picked
Is lIMe Coast,__ "M (.Ill atnrt ....... Fta. of soil that has a little fertilizer week or __ : '
O-toM of Dmtt C.ntr.Umrtt 51JRe"n. mixed Into It, In the box. Do and the dry pea a so ,
Until 1932 the headquarters of this about a week before planting later. They will taste mighty good Ian. II, 19M (\\
S .. a. e..a.e .1.s small Met.w the Seventh Naval district were ai when there I* so little green good --"It I. certain that the :
is. IS1I.H .1 tho pest afore atI Plant the seed In rows or broadcast -
_..M.. FlwMa.Hmrtti ands the ad d Key West, then they were moved as your fancy dictates and In the market! and will; make a of Homestead appreciate their -;

I *, ISt* to Ch.rl.Co, and now they cover with a little soil. good followup crop after your Ights as soverlgn voter, Judging .
br -ned to the Island other bean and carrot are har- .
are from the note cast during the
Set in the garden 12 in. to 18 In.
Moon Beam-o-grams vested.IN . The
general election Tuesday.
-(
Cit'e apart In the row. The rows should CONCLUSION. The writer "
a race for mayor, at had been expected i '
r be 24
least in.
at Have
apart. some
By Annie Mayhew Fitzpatrick The origin! and spelling of the five ft stakes ready to put in the hat not attempted to tell you everything was very close, both S. E. '
The moon rides high In the heavens word Jook, a* 'led to a low that can be grown In Livingston and J. L. Burton being .
ground for each As
one plant.
tonight, form of > place with your garden, nor hat he tried to Mr. defeated
Livingston
wr J very popular. -
I the plant grows, tie it to the stake.
1 It shines on all the camps, music-11nent and of- Prune overburden you with detail regarding his opponent by nine votes,
to a tingle stalk by pinchIng -
On all the ships and bases ashore, I times liquid i-eshmertts of a out tuckers from leaf I the thing that h* doe the vote, 88 to 79. . R. E. Edwards -

On airdromes, and highlights the strong quality Is yet in controversy exit as they develop.every Better mention, preferring to leave something with 157 votes, and J. B. .,

ramps. :' though the court of Florida quality and higher yield will result to the gardener' own Initia- Moffett with 149 were elected a*
, have decided upon nook rather' Don't mistake the bud tive and resourcefulness. town clerk and collector, and tax
In this wonderful age someone'ssure Bulletin Issued by the agricultural -
than Juke as the correct spelling sprouts which little assessor respectively. Neither had
are a higher
service of the state and federal
to InventA Some writers maintain it was above the leaf ax!L It I* betterto opposition. For council, W. M.
method by which we may send brought from Africa and that its leave the sucker than to make government are good textbooks Bradley, the popular cashier of the
A message by moonbeam without use In Florida! did not begin until this mistake. for your study, a* well a* Bank of Homestead received the

any fear about 1937. Be that a* it may I the teed catalogues that may be highest vote, 133. R. E. Caves followed -
But 'twill reach the one we Intend. heard the word used In the Lake Okra. Okra can be planted anytime had for the .skin' ,. close behind with 128.

Erie region at least 75 year ago, from February till September. Should you feel that you need These with H. L. Cook C. W. Little -
It grow well in the further Instruction than be
I where it was used to express a warm I can J. D. Redd O. H. Sullivan andJ.
when the weather. Plant thickly In drill 18 In article like this, Just
And then answer come given an
dodging, sneaking, skulking method B. Tower will form the council
shimmering back In. to 24 In. between row*. When mail a postcard to Mr*. CharlesT. "
of approach or hiding. for the coming two years.
And flutter right down In your three or four Inches high thin out Fuchi, 626 Ingraham Building!
lapYou'll to one stalk every 10 Inches. Har- Miami, Florida; or phone 3-4531 -"After a inerlnlIlnes.! Mrs.
It I* amazing what "fussboxes" G. C. Barnes 74
think the Inventor of moon vest the crop every other day. If and if a sufficient number In your aged passed
some people are. At a the home of her
at C.
beam-o-grams you don't the plant will cease community are likewise Inter- way son,
public service I observed a Barnes. Mr Barnes who
woman V was
America's number one chap. waring It makes some excellent ested, an evening class will be I
pat her hair-do several' times, born in Tuscaloosa, Ala.. ha been .
followup
it doe
crop a* not require formed for Instructions on home '
put on and take off her gloves a winter resident of Homestead .
high : and doesn'mind
fertility gardening under: a qualified In-
t U, S. Forces Need DoctorsOne twice, run her hand up and down the hot sun. structor. for five yean. . ." ,

the zipper at the aide of her dress, Sweet potatoes. This 1* another LET'S HAVE A GARDEN! -"Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bridge )
of the most serious enlist crews and re-cross her knees half af Damascus, Ga.. are visiting \

ment problems In the nation' a dozen times, swinging the elevated their daughter, Mn. E. L. Law
armed forces is getting enough foot meanwhile, drop her show the amount of tax on Increasing rence for about ten day*. . ."
medical officers and young physicians program and snap her, purse THE INCOME TAX amounts of gross Income -"A brand new daughter was

to fill the rolls. A great twice. What was I doing mean- 1 after the proper allowance of $400 born to Mr. and Mn Caipar Williams

many young doctors have received I while? Well, some people can Form for filing return of Income -' for each dependent, if any. at their horn at Modello

i deferments while completing their see more than they can hear-! for 1941 have been tent to The tax under the simplified Wednesday."

t education and internship since and oftlmes that I* a blessing. person who filed return last method Is the lame for each $25.0 -"Mr*. Harry Hall wa operated ,,
t selective service began and there a a rear. Failure to receive a form, block of gross Income and the tax- on by Dr. Eckman. >" ';

Is a serious shortage because of "Dressing the part" la no new however, does not relieve k tax- payer need only ascertain In which -"Berry C. Manh of Gould .'

that reason. phase of life as is attested by the payr of his obligation to file his block hi* gross Income (less allowance reports the arrival of a boy at

Shortly before the United State hideous masks worn and the pyrotechnics return and pay the tax on time- for dependents) falls to his home on January 9th.
entered the war, the army corps of the ancient Chinese In on or before March 18 If the return I determine his tax. A flat reductlon "After an absence of about .1, I

declared it was short 1,500 medical their devil-driving parades; also I I* made on the calendaryearbasis of 10 per cent ha bee two yean at Conuelsvlle, Pa.. Mill

officers. The new medical the distorted faces and ugly effigies as Is the case with most I made in arriving at the amount Myrtle Moon leave Sunday for
of tax shown in the table for deductions Homestead. She will be
staff must be obtained from fresh of the voodolst priests In an Individuals. accompanied -

ly trained, young medical rradu.t. effort to work their "charms". Form may be obtained upon request such a* charitable contributions by her sister, MIN Florence

... Heretofore medical students These old customs were but forerunners written or personal, from and taxes paid so that Moon. ." ,"
still In school have been ex of modern stage costuming the office of collectors and from the taxpayer who uses this method "Honoring her sister, fan. Jas.
i empted from the draft to allow and make-up; their Illusion deputy collector of Internal reve. does not list these but get an au K. Carr, of Scotia, Calif., Mn. E.

? them to complete their education. help the actor attain a mental nue In the larger cities and town tomatle deduction of 10 per cent. A. Froscher entertained a numberof

J A great many medical students stale that will better enable him A person should f le his returnon Under the simplified method friend at her home last Thursday -

have taken fair advantage of that to portray the character he 1* rep Form 1040, unless his grow Income the status of a person on the last afternoon with a porch party.
arrangement, only to' return to resenting. Who could play the for 1941 doe not exceed 1 day of the taxable year i* the governing . Mrs. Carr will spend another

private practice upon graduation. part of Bridget in a silk gown, or $3,000 and consists wholly of salary factor In determining the week with the Froscher fami

That Is a situation that the draft vice vena? Who could feel at ease wages, or other compensation exemption level ($750 for single ly. . ."
law cannot entirely remedy. It depleting the stately Hamlet while for personal services, dividends, persons and married person not Friends! of Mr. and Mrs. H.
I IJ.
will be purely up to the young; clad in a miner's garments. The Interest, rent, annuities, or royalties living with husband or wife, and Brockett are expected this week
doctors to volunteer their services masked ball or bal masque, If you In which event he may electto $1,900 for marred: persons living spend the wlnl They are
aa have other young men In ally I so prefer to call it. Is another 11- file It on Form 1040A, a simplified together) a* well a* the credit for Mr. and Mr*. Barns of New Haven -
other professions. The army and I lustration of dressing the part As form on which the tax may dependent Conn." (Florida City)

navy needs, and mutt have doc- one writer puts it, a "phoney" be readily ascertained by refer I A husband and wife together dn "Laland Carter of Eau Gallle
tors. face makes you feel like somebodyelse ence to a table contained In the I the last day of the taxable year Is visiting" his sister, Mr*. J. W.
Conner.
l in the same abundance, the and one generally act as he form. : may file separate return of Form Jan. 19, 1.21 a'A
army and navy needs nurse The feels. Th return must be filed with the 1040A if the gross income of eachi -
party of young people enJoyed -
a ;
notion collector of Internal I from
10,000 nurses betweenthe revenue for the prescribed sources
ages of 22 and 30, and those Old Boopus wants to know if the district In which the tax- I and doe not exceed $3,000, or a picnicking trip to the bay
Sunday in Hubbard'i truck. Those
nurses who have the technical conducting a fox raising farm Is a payer hal his! legal residence or they may f le a single joint returnon
., qualification but who are In no hair raising Industry. No? Well, principal place of business on or, that form It their combined In the party were: Misses Edna

portion to Immediately respondto how about hare rallnll'.4U.4..U4 '! before midnight of March 18, 1942.i\ Income la from the prescribed Smith, Viola Selbold Elizabeth

the call, and who are betweenthe & AAAAIA :The tax may be paid.In/ full at the sources and doe not exceed 3000. Seibold Jacqueline Edwards, E. L.
Hook Jr. Cecil Hook Edwin Hub-
,
ages of 21 and 40, can be Children time of filing the return or In four The use of the simplified: method bard Ralph and Henry
in Court Burgess
equal installments
due
placed on the reserve list pn or be- I* optional with the taxpayerbut Brooker Jr."
for March 19 June 15 ,
September
By Judge Malcolm HIatfleld
once an election hal been
-"Rather. a surprise to her
II, and December U. *
"Heil Schicklgruber"Adolf TTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTVTTUNIFIED made for any year, it I* Irrevoc-I many friends In this section where
RECREATION In making out your Income tax able for that year. If a taxpayer she has spent practically all her

K.tler, the former Austrian return read carefully the instructions file a return under the simplified life, was the marriage of Miss Wills -

paper-hanger who has become A communllty wash: a unified If that accompany the form. method for the taxable year h* Cave, daughter of R. E. Caves,
dictator of all Germany, wa born recreation program found that It you need more information, it may not thereafter file a return and Mr. Charles Rieke of Miami.
Adolf Schicklgruber. Fortunately was pending all of its time attempting may be obtained at the office of under general provisions; of the The ceremony wa performed Saturday !

his father changed the name. It to reclaim Individual de the collector of Internal revenue, law for that year. Conversely, if by Rev. C. M. White at the

would be hard even for a fanatical linquents. Greater progress was deputy collector, or an Internal he files a return under the general Baptist church, after which the

Nail not to smile if h* had to greet achieved when it devoted more attention revenue Remember agent In charge. provisions for any taxable year, happy couple motored to Miami

his friends with a "Hell Schickl to reclaiming gangs of that single persona he may not thereafter file a return where they tvlll make their home.
gruber." boys and also to eliminating the or married persons not living with under the simplified method for
husband Mr. Rleke I* employed at a nov-
various factors which or wife, who earn a*
caused the that However
The suggestion that Hitler be much year. a new election elty work In Miami. Mrs. Rieke
43
individual to develop Into a pro a* $14 a week for the 821 Is allowed for each succeeding

referred to only as Schicklgruber became acquainted with him while
lent child. This particular w" of the year, and married taxable
c
has been seriously made. It would munlty program eventual is living together who have year. attending school In Miami. . ."

certainly be hard to scare the duced Itself to controlll ute earning of as much ass Mr. and Mrs C, W. Bridge expect

democratic peoples of the world I child's environment am a week for the year, are The Champion to start back Saturday for
with such a nsme. Hitler sounds their home in Damascus Ga. They
him with adequate te 'red to file return Ephraim: "Did you know dat ,
menKln,*- Schicklgruber only i act vltlet outside the ck .e Revenue Act of 1941 pro- Jonah was three days In d) stomach .'have been visiting Mr, and Mn.

funny, like something from an Olson When a community les a aunpl.fled method of computing of a whale" E. L. Lawrence"A .'. ."

i and Johnson show I erlr organized It cannot- o,., :o Income tax in the case of I I Rastuc "Dnt ain't much. Man[ j son was born to Mr. and
curb delinquent- If the school and I : Individual whose gross Income I* uncle wa longer dan. dat In d* Mn Homer McKay at the Homestead -

BE IT RESOLVED THAT: DrivIng I the home are null:tying such ef derived; wholly from salary, wages ]stomach I of a alligator." hospital Sunday Mother
by the people through the fortsEvery community shouldseek I or other compenatlon for personal Ephraim: "Yo1 don't say) How and child both doing well a* I*
I'
people and over the people may to work together with both. services, dividend Interest, rent, long" Grandma Hunt"
shortly perish from the eartb.Drkbeta .-- I public and private recreational I annuities, or royalties, and does Rastus: "He's den :FIt."-Ex. -"Word has been received a*

: and Bouquet agencies so that there will be no not exceed $3,000.aA new Form to the effect that C. D. Walker, t

overlapping of Influence and I 1040A hat been provided for taxpayers Teacher My goodness, Willie! brothef of M. P. Walker, and a

I had no shoes and complained, force that make community life who are entitled to and How did you get such dirty resident ot Homestead several

until. I saw a man who had no feet both richer and fuller for children elect to use such method. A tableon hands? yean ago, was married the past"
-Lee r. MitchelL and adult alike. the reverse side of this Form Willie-Washln" my face.-Ex. week at his home in Alton, Okla.






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THE HOMESTEAD 'LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Five
Friday, January 16,1942 I

................."....................................1.--.............. I Mrs. Thurman't' room. Last week ;

HOMESTEAD HIGH SCHOOL NOTES 1 I the girls of this room brought t

.....................................,......................"I'y......n... their pretty Christmas dolls to )
school, then the boy voted to decide -
{::' In and tAroundI 11 Adult Nutrition ClassIs WILL ATTEND STATE FAIR the prettiest one. \Z

By Ana Bharklefori Mrs. Hood' homeroom 1* concentrating \
to PublicA
I Opened The Future Farmers are planning all attention on preparing *

Homestead I to attend the state fair in material for display at the

defense class in nutrition for Tampa. Feb. T. They will hold Fruit FeiUvaL

) adult. began Monday at 3 under Judging contest in fruits, vegetables Miss Ray'a student are doing

I"oItW' j the auspice of the Red Cross and and live stock. some Interesting work in science.
f!: I
the vocational program of the At a called meeting at Mr I Live caterpillar are being ob-

\ Mr. and Mrs. John Frye who to the hospital for treatment Wed- county. The school board is sponsoring W ef ld' house Sunday afternoon served at present These pupils

{ have been visiting Mn. Frye'i hesday. these classes which are to they made up their program enjoy the reading of science book

+ parents, Mr, and Mrs. C. J. Par.. be taught by Miss Ferguson home of work for the year. especially adapted to their ag and

man, for several week will leave Mrs. Fulton Sage of Goulds 11 ec. Instructor of Homestead High grade. t

"liP today for their home in Norwalk,, also. a patient In the hospital and! School All who are Interested In COUNCIL SELLS PAMPHLETSBy : Mrs Cooper' student are eagerly

", "Ivans of Goulds wa taken canteen duty are Invited to attend. Kathleen Freeman making plan to build an \

[ > .. Wednesday for treatment. i These classes are open to the pub-. The Student Council didn't gc' Esojulmo village. The Igloos are t

'j' Mr. and Mrs. Louis: Dalgle have to the Dade County Federation to be of coconut shells, and the

,.t returned to their home in Aladdin CITY' lic.Adult meeting held at Edison High' sleds, of wood. This project I* to

t City after a tour of the country FLORIDA WeldlnTciass School In order to save gas and be a* nearly aa possible an authentic I

ri ; from Connecticut to California. Warrens Sever I Meets After Midnight tires. picture of real Esqulmo
.. J The Student Council Is selling life.

r : Mr. and Mn. Henry Schamano ---. A welding class for men from air raid pamphlets, and students Mn. Bird' pupil were greatly !

Jiot Frostproof arrived here last Mri. B.H. Edwards has a* a guest It to 45 years old has been or- and parent are urged to buy these amused on Friday when they

\ week to spend the winter. They Thursday and Friday of last week, I ganized. This class meet from pamphlet which ell for a dime., found that a our-legged visitor

!r are living in an apartment at the Miss Lula Sommers, a missionary 12 p. m. to 6 a. m. In the agriculture had occupied their room the night
t ,; home of Mr. and Mrs. Joel J. who recently returned from Bel- building BABY GROWERS VICTORIOUSThe before, and enjoyed the liberty of

;J:6: Robinson. glum. Mrs. L. B. Sommen and The metal class has opened Baby Growers went to sleeping on the teacher' deik.

." daughter Diana were luncheon gain. It meets from T p. m. to Miami Beach last Friday nigh The sixth grade students under

':! Ross Reitz and Bill Anderson guests of Mrs. Edwards Friday. 10 p. m. with the Varsity and defeated the Mrs. Wynn'i and Mn. Moser'a

. ;;, who are both employed at Eglln Beach Junior HI, 23-18 I supervision are working on a unit

:. Field Fla., spent Saturday and I Mr. and Mn. Kenneth Sabin of Tournament for Minor John Blllclo was high point Involving a study of Florida. They

:\ Sunday In Homestead. Toledo whn are spending the winter man with 12 points Harry Bishop' are writing letters to Coral Gables

)". I in Miami were Wednesday Sports Starts at OnceBy followed with eight points. Tallahassee, Key West, and other

t Miss Annette Campbell 1* spending I guests of F. B. Lelninger. On Athley Kent The Baby Growers also defeated points to get special information

a few day visiting friends In Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Sabin,, Citrus Grove last week In a close regarding Florida's contribution i
A tournament Involving minor
"' Miami. Mn E. Caczolo of Miami and Mr. game of 14-18. Harry Bishop was to national defense work. Also, !
will be started this week.
Leminger enjoyed a deep sea fish sports high point man with eight point. the student are learning how each
in the I
Student not
taking part
"t Mn. Ozro Halnlln who Visited In ing trip from Matacumbe. So far the Baby Growers have can do his bit. E

I Miami for several weeks hat returned major port, basketball, will play lost one game and won three. Mrs. Moser'i room boasted a I

""., to her home In Redlond. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Phillips arrived darts and quoits during class, and I week's perfect attendance. !
teams will be formed to compete .
from Fort Pierce Thursdayfor BOOK RECOMMENDEDThe Football was enjoyed by fifth
school. I
after
}" Mn R. O. Ward and Infant son, the season library recommend "Peggy and sixth grade lilt week. The
y Due to the world situation first
.1 Robert Calkins Ward, returned to :Covers London" by Emma Buabee.I ilxth grade won with a score of
aid Is and more
becoming more
'. : their home in Miami Beach after John Craves suffered a stroke I This book I II one of a series of 12-0.
this the
Important. Because of
., spending tome time with Mn Saturday at his home and was books on newspaper work as a vaI -
first aid classes must finish their
Ward' parents Mr. end Mrs. O. taken to the James Archer Smith I cation. Peggy Foster, young New' *
training as soon a* possible.The .
W. Calkin Hospital for treatment. Juniors and senior are gong I York new reporter, I* fascinatedby WHY D I]RIVE

romantic tales of Fleet street,
to have to put in more time
Mr. and Mrs Robert P. Marsh, Walter Fred was a business visitor ! I center of London newspaper life' '
their first aid, for the course
on
formerly of Homestead who are in Hialeah Monday.Mr. I .he herself sails for England.On I' SAVE
must be finished as soon as pos la.
t; now living in Fajardo Puerto arriving London she finds,
sible.
j/:1: Rico are announcing the birth of and Mrs. A. B. Langham ol 1 The physical education depart- the London bureau of her paper I

a five-pound ten-ounce daughter White City, and their children ment has received word that its shorthanded and consent to try; TIRES

Bobby Jo, on Dec. SI. Mn. Marsh Marjorie, Audrey and Wayne, will 1 equipment will arrive In February. her ability at foreign correspondence. A
1* the former Miss Cynthia Biondo. arrive Saturday for a. visit with There she coven a royal .
Each school 'ice being given
-it,'i: Mn. Langham'a parents, Mr, and that garden party, a House of Commons
amounts of equipment cover i.Y'TRAIN
.1.i Mri. J. S. Cave debate, and a pageant In which' and automileage
the need of the school. Even
Mn. Pat Boatwrlght of Miami i than ordered be the aviator' now her friend, playsa
and her children, Patty and Dixie, Mr. and Mn. J. S. Caves and more was may hero's part. ,
tent
spent last week-end with Mrs. sons, Ronald and Mecle, and Mn. I I
Mau demonstrations are to be
Boatwrlght's parent Mr. and Mr Fritz Schroeder were Monday ELEMENTARY: : NEWS
given by the physical education
A. J. Campbell. luncheon guest at the home of The students In Miss Jackson'i
the
department before communityand
Mrs. J. L Coker. room are doing along with their
JAMES ARCHIE SMITH I P. T A. Plan are being for-
other work
special drills and exercises -
HOSPITAL NEWSMr. Mr*. J. Sick of Chicago visited mulated now. held in rhythm. They hop
A tennis meeting Is being
and Mn. Wm. A. Kopp are three days last week at the homeof I. with Miss Marion Wood in Miami loon to have a tap band of their

announcing the birth of a six- Mr. and Mn. Edward Stilln,. Beach Saturday. Schedules will own.

pound daughter In the James I I I be worked out for the various Mr. Edwards' pupil are proud es
Archer Smith Hospital yesterday. Mrs. Harry Degler is reported of their new reading work books
I Itreet. I teams at that time so that the
Mn. Kopp 1* the former Miss to be ill at her home on Tenth will A pretty border o( snowmen
tennis tournament run .
Emily Payne. make an attractive decoration In
smoothly. Several other outside
-- Way pot ntrs user M year tins
schools who are not In the regular -
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Douberlyof Mr. and Mn. H. Krammerer and sod onto when you coo crake tile
school league have requestedthat same trip if trote..4oitor, oiftr.moro .
Miami
of
Homestead announce the birth Mr and Mn. O. Blue ,
.
we play them. conrortoMy end ol WM e.
of a seven-pound son in the hospital were Sunday guests of Mrs. John
As soon as Mr. Cowman turnsIn pom. No traffic 'hazards of
Wednesday. Zeller and Mr. and Mrs. Henry his schedule about when the onrt strain. You coo r. .tit:1:: L

Baum. test oo rout, arrive rofrtik.
girls may use the gym, basketball
Kathleen Louise, a seven-pound r FlofnJo lest Coast Railway MW r
f Mrs. Frank Stalling of Miami practice will be started. The basketball -
? daughter was bom to Mr. and offers foil coosiitot, mod*' )
and her sons Skipper and Robbie, playday will be In March. i r f, . oho
Mn. Edwin Bennett of Homestead I \1 service to local d .tloo' to
?, Saturda arrived Thunday for a month's oil principal cilMt ol she South /
fr ) I visit with her father, L. C. Ald- East o4 M J Wait. :** your cor
? for tutoliol 'home Pies yews..t
3 A seven-pound was born to rich. ESL trip away bf trota. !,

|j!;.Mr.:and Mrs. Ted Wyat of Hialeah I The Red Cross room in the town I II I a ..

I,'.",eater ay.'f ''haU"1a now open every Tuesday I II FARES ARE LOW

f Mrs. I. T. Nixon- who-broke her and Friday, and everyone Is )jn- Ii I now sample OM-woy faros for
rited to attend the work meetings II
hunt .In itrooinlioof choir care or
J left hip Saturday in a all at her there. Mrs. Charles Clinton Is i luxury eMe..... tko .how little It

t I home on N. W. Second street Is chairman. _II. (5% federal. tau Mt ..

,' receiving treatment at the hoiI I Chided) j
I Pltal I Mr. and M--F.: C. Tomasello

of i Hammonton, N. ., were Sunday v MIAMI 1'0-

f Wm. Parman, father of C. J. guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. I t&-' 1 Jacksonville . .. _$ !.!.

t "I|Parman of Homestead, was taken I Phillipa. I far W. Palm Beach .. 10

,; IITIOISI IEFl1Ilras Atlanta __. _.. .___. . 11.4
HOLD IT UP Blrmlncham .. .. _. .. IMS

Health Is every human' right arm sasNs ssnssassb Chicago .. . ... ... ..._ 11.1'

MAKE ROOM! Maintaining it 1* one' very duty. errs is s stele r weso New York._...... .._ t..4

I Assisting to this end Is Chiropractic. ad ass e w hots a.Ms Washington .. 17."
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your kit snit 6 Nits MxoM
and ... ..... _
waste n .IN low to sa
f There are co I since he cannot know to ........... ..,.......II __. shads .. m r. ant.
In your home tour seek you! Chiropractic is at nda.tka.. ..... e..r.HI.Y ..nitIn
spaces I yourJ
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I II sins ys. sue shaleliaise ..._ till Ito TIoIIoI OffloV.
Mill Work wll service Immediately you make i .b r siw soothes.7 .....,.
need known. And Chiropractic .
r'J your
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rious shelfare'N
J I will quickly help you to I I Telephones. 1FLORIDA
N attractively better know your needs i osearN seeqa sasret twoar

really thriftily or I
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Lumber Hardware. Sash. Door, Toots I rMOtat tmt Ij
FLORIDA I McCrory Arcade Ml M. rid. For results use Leader
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_ MISS DORIS MAE THOMPSON IS BRIDE '" I ELMER MARTIN HONORED ENGAGEMENT OF MISS VIRGINIA FRICK I
BEFORE GOING TO NORFOLK I
.\t OF HUGH DONALD, CROSS OF GOULDS :i Elmer Martin, son of Mr. and I AND CARSON MALCOLM IS ANNOUNCED

'I Mrs. Martin: of Homestead, who r. --
Mm Doris Mac Thompson of father; ; of the bride E. C. Byari I enlisted in the naval reserve and Mr. and Mn. George M. Frick DeLand. where she was a memberof

Homestead and Hugh Donald and Herman Byari. left yesterday for Norfolk where are announcing the engagementof the Phi Beta fraternity. She
The bride if a Homestead High I'he will begin training, was honored their daughter Virginia to H. majored in music, was a memberof
married at
Cross of Couldi
were School aenior. She hat lived In at a farewell party given Canon Malcolm, son of Mrs. the university glee club, and
6:30 o'clock Saturday evening In Homestead since: her early child- Tuesday evening at his home. I Tracey Chlnnen of Coconut was presented In, her graduation

the manse of the Homestead Presbyterian hood when her family moved here Monopoly and Chinese checkers. Grove. I recital In May.

Church by the pastor, the from Edison, Ga. I 1 were played during the evening The wedding date will be announced Mr. Malcolm attended Newberry

Rev. George H. Ricks. I Mr. Cross also has lived in Dade I I. Punch, cookies and candy were I later. 1 College in Newberry, S. C.. and \1

j The bride wore a pink Uk crepe County since early childhood and served. Mill Frick wa graduated In I II the University of Florida In
dress, pink coat and accessories of he hat lived In the Redland District I Present were: Mr. and Mrs. Or. June from Stetson Unlvenlty In I II Gainesville.
blue. 12 yean. He was graduated mand D. Cash, Mr. and Mrs. Mar .

Those who witnessed cere- with honors from Redland High tin, MiA Ways Horton. Miss .
mony were Mn. E. K. Cross, School and he U now farming. Florence Nelson, Miss Marjorie I SOLDIER BOYS ARE ENTERTAINED I

mother of the bridegroom, Miss They are making their home In Fogle Miss Catherine Rohrer Miss MEMBERS OF FELLOWSHJF.CEASS

Geneva Vann, E. Z. Thompson, Princeton. Louise Dearlng, Oliver Cash,
---- -- Ralph Delllnger, Don Done Carl I --
1 Soldiers quartered in the Red- Dodd, Mr. andMrt. Dlttet',' Mri.
Fredericks, Harry Martin, Charles
If MONDAY MUSIC CLUB ENJOYS VARIED I Robertson and Elmer Martin. land District Chamber of Com- Ivan Moser Mn. Casper Williams,

PROGRAM AT MRS. W. B. MILLS' HOME merce building were given a party Miss Helen Moye, Miss Elizabeth
1 by the Wesley Fellowship Clanof Peterson, Miss Effle Booth, Miss
The Calendar Homeatead Methodist Church Nella. Souls, Miss McNeill and
I'i Members of the Monday Music Second Rhapsody" (Lust), Mrs Tuesday evening In the Chamberof Robert CastJUNIOR

: Club were entertained at a pro- i Jos. Elder and Mrs. Harris; a 0"- Commerce building. The claaa
I radio review, Mrs. E. H. Gallaher; Jan. IS-Meeting ci jad I committee in CLUB TO HOLD
\ charge was composedof
f gram meeting at the home of Mn
and current events, Mn. Carl Home Demonstration i 1.30 Mn. L C. Dodd Mn. Leslie DINNER MEETING MONDAI'Memben
; W B Mills on Kings highwaythis Wagner and Mn. W. E. Rheney. o'clock In F, F. A. clubh....., Ditter and Mill Mary McNeill.Ice of the Junior Woman'sClub
week when Mrs. Mills, Mn.'I Present besides those; mentionedwere Jan. IIS-All-da meeting of cream sodas, doughnuts and of Homestead who cannot
A W Hutchinson, Mrs. G. I. Gault : Mn. Frank Hausman Mn Princeton Home DemonstrationClub cookies were served. attend the dinner meeting Monday

and Mrs R. E. Edawrds were J. R. Rutland, Mn. E. H. Collier, at home of Mrs. J. L. Murray.! Members of the class present evening at 8 o'clock at the Semi-

hostesses .1 Mn. Ruby Crist of Miami, Mn Jan. IS-Meeting of Ad Astra were: Mr. and Mrs. John Wlchard, nole Trading Post are asked to
The program consisted of: a. J. Tom Vann Mn. Clarence Gray Chapter of O. E. S. I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Benson, Mr. and i notify one of the hostesses M n.

piano solo, "Murmuring Zephyrs" Mrs. C. Hagler Rice, Mn. Lewis Jan. 17-Red Cross emergency' Mrs. Gen Ectlll, Mr. and Mrs.j; Olin Wright or Miss Geraldine
(Jenson), Mrs. Gault; two vocal Brandenburg, Mn. Lloyd Deft, war relief dance in Chamber of'.' I: Reitz.

I' solos, "L'Amour Toujoun L'- Mn. A. M. Logan, Mn Geo. M. Commerce building.
Amour" (Rudolf Frlml) and "The Frick, Mn. C. H. Steffanl!, Mn. Jan. 19 Meeting of Garden I MISS MELBA VAN UIVKLE I W. W. F. C. CLASS MEETS

i Star" (Rogers), Mrs T. L Hodges, Wm. Mussel white, Mrs. J. W. English Club.at home of Mn. H. J. IS T. W. A. HOSTESS j, WITH MRS LLOYD DEITZ
with piano accompaniment by Mrs J. D. Redd, Mn. W. R. shire In Florida City. The Y. W. A. of the First Baptist The W. W F. C. Class of the

Mn Vane Harris; a Shakesperlan Bird, Mrs. S. L West, Mn. Lee H. Jan. 19-Meeting of DerbY-I Church of Homestead held a Florida City Community Church
i *and a humorous rending, Mn. B. LehmanMrs.. Bevo Webb and B. P. W. C. at home of meeting Tuesday evening at the met Friday evening at the homeof
\ E. Gatlin; a piano duet, "The! Mrs. Frank Webb. Hammett at 8 p. m. home of Miss Mabel Ruth Pope Mn. Lloyd Deitz. After the

I. January 19-Dinner meeting of I where Mill Melba VanWInkle was business meeting bingo was"

MRS. TOOPFR TO TALK MOTOR CARE STUDIED I I Junior Woman's Club at Seminole hostess. played.
i TO R P. W. C. ON CHINA I BY DEMONSTRATION CLUB Trading Post. Miss Mary Frances Rutland had Coffee and cake were served.
I Mrs. Clayton Sedgwlck Cooper The of electrical Jan. 20-Meeting of RedlandWoman' charge of the program and Mrs. Present were: Mrs. Deitz and

will talk on China at a meetingof electrical care equipment In motors the home and Club. J. Lee Smith conducted the de- Mn. C S. Phillips, hostesses, Mrs.Boyd .
the Homestead Business and Jan. 20-Meeting of Homestead votlonals. Coherrtour I Mr* Margaret
dlscussd
Professional Women's Club at the I was Princeton Home by member of the W. S. C. S. circles. Present were: Mrs. R. E. Ed- Kennedy Miss Alice Macomber
Demonstration wards, Mrs. J. R. Pope Mn. Mn. Clyde Niell, Mrs. Charles
; home of Mrs. J. F. Hammett Monday Club Friday at the home of Mn. Jan. 20-Meeting of Outlook
evening She spoke Circle with Miss Mary McNeill. Smith, Miss Ann Shackleford, Clinton, Mn. Roy Chandler Mn.
on Japan Ray Schneider In South
i at the November program night I Each member Miami. Jan. 22-Meeting of Presbyterian Misses Mary Frances and Ruth Joe Gollattachek. Mn. Harold
read an article on Rutland, Miss Pope and Miss Van Rohrer Mn. Dorothy Barker and
: The club Is planning to sell some different home appliance. Auxiliary at home of Mrs. R.I
tangelo Juice and other fruit Mn. Roy Wittenwyler also gave I Y. Burr. I Winkle. Mn. Johnny Becker.

juices at the Fruit Festival to raise a short talk on canning and vegetables Jan. 2ft-Meeting of Homestead
money for the South Dade Bed and their p lce.. Canning Art Club at home of Mn. W.

Cross sewing unit of which it I Is I equipment Is at her home, she Anderson.Jan. R'I
': the sponsor.MEN'S .laid and any member is welcometo 28-Meeting of Jennie !
dell Circle.
i., use It a any time.
CLUB HEARS Jan. 28-Meeting of Dade CounIty
Mn. P.
S. Stapleton reported on ,' V* fc- '
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TALK ON GERMANYAt the Federation of Women's Clubs in
upholstering work meeting
: a supper meeting of the held at her home Jan. I. Redland.
Men's Club of Homestead Presby. The Jan. 29-Meeting of Redland W.
.
f group decided to hold an
terlan Church at the home of Mr. all-day S. C. S. at home of Jin. Thos.
meeting today at the homeof
< and Mn. J. M. Holferty in South Mn. J. L. Murray to completeRed Brewer. ,
Allapattah Gardens Friday the Cross Jan. 30-Book tea at home of
sewing that members
Rev. Daniel Iverson of Miami told have on hand. A covered dish Mn. W. J. Clark. Jack DIXIE DRUG Howard
< of conditions he found In Ger- luncheon will be served. Jan. 31-White elephant sale Polk Johnson

/ many when he visited that coun- Present were: Mn. Russell sponsored by Homestead Band Pa- Phones S. and till

try two yean ago. Hamma, Mn. R. L Hobson Mrs. trons.
', About twenty-four members Walter Peterson Mrs. Feb. 3-All-day meeting of Start the New Year off right by resolving to get the Rexalt
;: were present C. A. Bry- Presbyterian Auxiliary at home of Drug Store shopping values during; the coming year. You can
ant, Mrs. L C. Smith Mn. WIt- Mn. Vane Harris. make your dollars go so much farther--and get the, fine qualityof
: tenwyler, Mn. Murray, Mrs. Sta- Rexall merchandise. All full sis packages-all fresh mer
PRESBYTERIAN AUXILIARY Feb. 13-Meeting of Princeton chanriim.
pleton, Miss Jean Coldren and Mrs
TO SEW Home Demonstration Club at home
FOR RED CROSS Schneider.The .
Members of the Woman's Auxiliary of Mrs. L C. Smith. Headaches? Colds? Feel "M os a fiddlt" NOW
a next business meeting will
For quick relief from the discomfortof
; of the Homestead be Quick REX-SELTZER
Presby- held Feb. 13 at the home of I
terlan Church decided at a meeting Mn. Smith.Community. READ muscular aches and paina and
+ Jan. THE WANT-ADS does fhe trick . sluggish headaches-over-indulgence
> 8 at the home of Mrs.
r Joel J. Robinson.to spend Mondays Church tg colds, get quick acting Rex-Seltser.
met Wednes. 39 TAILETS See how It drives those blues
i sewing for the Red Cross away
day afternoon
at the home \
of Mn. \
:ft Memben will either spend part of A. MI| Vivien In Redland. Mrs. \\\\ from above
\ the day In the local Red Cross
Vivien read
article
an entitled A "
;, rooms or take the sewing home I "Food for
Body and Food for the
w
with them. 1 Soul". Mn. Annie Messenmith I I
Mn. directed the' .
f3
eIltl I vice-president presided at the
Bible study. was voted to hold business meeting. I'
an all-day meeting Feb. 3 at the I Start to relieve that cold discomfort I
I J home of Mrs. Harris to review a I the minute you feel pirin
iftlrllRRRnl1R1T t t1fif1TGLASSES} It coming on. These tablet UUH"I
t mission study book. I aid in reducing fevtr, too.
\ Mrs. Robinson served hot chocolate II Keep them on hand. and

I sandwiches and cake. r. I 322" MID TABLETS
r
The next meeting It was announced Te Keep ....ofuqulal" :
will be held Jan. 22, at loeelin.n with Themuqm, TINOf10G5C 1 _
the home of Mn. R. Y Burr. Aseellelr..reia.ea 1Iea__ method . .Cool, I Ir.

Present were: Mn. R. E. Trotter, safe eomortabll( I arc .wR.

Mrs. F. C. Robinson, Mn. C. Ben UI for I Iltvrmiquh t C.- I
Plummer Mrs. Frank Q. Hathaway

Mrs. Carl F. Robinson Mrs.J. jfe22fi Cherry Bark Flavored 7sSiMilk or" Magnesia
A. Ricks Mn. Geo. D. Ruehle, (J/ i COUGH
SYRUP
Mrs. T. L. Hodges Mrs. Dan M. TABLETS
aeNofse der Ia e'.Mies Abe Get relief from coughs due taeold
McMalr, Mn. J. M. Holferty, Mrs.
zees M lsield, il.ae/ : oa re.eauseTwaaawt with this pleasant to One tablet equals a teaspoonful -
N. Von Geldren, Mrs. M. V Ro so Rexall Milk of
1. kelped wails leap alert We-es I Jim take route See Magnesia.
mine Mrs. Glen S. Bule. )(r.. A. how it stives syrup.relief Handy size package can be
A. Payne Mrs. Grace McLellan ALICE'S BEAUTY from tUklla carried In purse or pocket.
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Smith, Mrs. Henry Shamano, Mrs. Dr. IJ. F. Stebbins SALON soothes Irritation. TIN ,9 CT

Harris and Mn. Robinson. Dr. I. W. Stebbins : ol: 50c OF M

12SS W. Flatter St. Mtaml : Arne".- isrs_Ju..a..._ I SIZE sum
Mlta. VIVIEN ENTERTAINS e s se
UDLAND W. .. a B. Phone I-S31S Phase t"t rr.

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Friday January4 1942 RO Page _Seven



It CHl'tCH A GIVE book GROUP BOOK tea to TEA be PlANS'held on the j PApj

If lawn of Mrs. W. J. Clark's home l !! 11


Social Events I Episcopal Jan.Woman's 30 has Auxiliary Church.been planned of St. by John's the' ., RATtt Flat Insertion 14. life UM '


Bridge and other games will be

played. a -O-- LOANS
t GARDEN CLUB PLANS FOR DISH GARDEN RENT I

r AND FLORAL CENTERPIECE CONTESTSTwo W. M. U. VOTES TO PAY FURNISHED!: room for rent. Hot LOANS TO MODERNIZE,
FOR CRURalooW
bath. Week $2.00. Ceo. Camp- REPAIR AND REMODEL
r The W M. U. of the First Bap-
Grove Residential and Business
,
bell N. W. Tth St. (pHS
new Fruit Festival contests, MR. AND MRS. WAKEFIELD tist Church of Homestead voted at Property art available through
dish gardens and luncheon or dinner ENTERTAIN BRIDGE CLUB Its meeting Tuesday afternoon to ;
FURNISHED ROOM for rent Mrs. BROOKER LUMBER CO., INC
table floral centerpieces, are Mr. and Mrs. Geo. N. Wakefield pay for a colored glass window in L. T. Proctor Over Better Food Suggestions:

being planned by the South Dade entertained the Thursday Night the building now being erected Store. (NU-U) Add extra rooms or porches
\\1. Garden Club's Fruit Festival Bridge Club at their home last It alto voted to send $35 to the New roof and other repairs

committee announces Mrs. W. K. week when Mrs. Bevo Webb and Baptist orphanage In Arcadia. Convert garage Into apartment

t Haas, chairman. In the center. T, J. Faust were the high score Mrs. Frank Irwin, president, FOR SALE Convert house Into duplex apts
contest the entrant will be A followed the
piece prize wlnnrs. presided. program POULTRY COMPOST from broiler MONTHLY PAYMENTS

F: given space for a table cover and Present were: Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. business session. plant. $2 a 'ard-you haul $100 18 mo. repay $S.98 mo.

sliver, glasses and china. M. Frick, Mr. and Mrs. Frank It. Pine Ridge-Palm dr., 3 miles $1000, 38 mo.-lepay $31,94 mo
t "As festival time U drawing Webb, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Rheney, JUNIOR GKOl'FELECTS west Florida: City. Phone 298-W. $1000 80 mo.-repay $21(7 mo.

( near" said Mrs. Haas, "the garden Mr. and Mrs. Lee H. Lehman, OFFICERS J-18tf> !$5000, 80 mo.-repay $108.33 mo
r club would like all who raise Mr. and Mrs. Howard Johnson The Junior Missionary Societyof
It plants to be looking! for th'ngs the Free Methodist Church of Loam Can Be SecuredTo
Mr. and Mrs. Bevel Webb Mr. and DOORS, windows, screen,
h they can bring in. If you have Mrs. Faust and Mr. and Mrs. Florida City has held Its semiannual hand galvanized ih' lecond.1 Modernize and Repair

I, had success with any special plant Wakefield. business meeting and elected at Eva Colllna' home In Modelloat I LEASED OR MORTGAGED
or flower, nurse it, give it plenty the following officers: president noon. PROPERTY
; of food and plenty of water. Jeredean Tamblyn; vice- I

r "You need not bring in a mass Thrr- of the five W. S. C. S. president, Christine: Sutton; secretary SAVE: $25.00 on new Fornkrar or, Loans for NEW CONSTRUCTIONof
of blooms. For Instance six perfect circles the Homestead Methodist I Faye Mills; treasurer, Sarah truck. P. O. Box 136S. "** > Commercial Buildings are also

gladioli of any variety are I Church will meet Tuesday*afternoon I Mills; and assistant treasurer, available on MONTHLY PAY-

J are all that are required. The con-j : the Belle Bennett Circle, Grady Mills. PLANTS-peppers, cabbage and MENT PLAN' through Brookcr

& talner counts for little. Arrange- |lat the home of Mrs. C. D. Eaker; I collardi. Marler's Plant Farm, Lumber Co.Way.lde .

ment, stem, foliage and coloring' the Perle Davis Circle, at the home l I Marlon Fleltas Circle, at the homeof 1427 E. Main St. Lakeland Fla. Stands, Burns, Gasoline

r.are more Important." ''of Mrs. S. E. Livingston; and the I Mrs. Casper Williams. Stations, Utility Bldg, Tourist!
FOR SALE-Baby guineas-3 Cabins Real Estate Office. Garage,

months old. SOc each. Helen Poultry Buildings, and various
Vernon Tamer Awarded Oil Companies Are Faced With Job Whiting Ferreyra, Roberta adJust other industrial and commercial

Law Degree at Stetson north of Avocado drive. buildings are eligible Inside or

Of Preserving Life of Automobiles (a8-tf outside city limits.MONTHLY .

K Vernon Turner son of Mr. and PAYMENTS

Mrs. Geo. W. Turner of Home- -- NOTICE or APPLICATION $100 18 mo.-repay $M)8 mo.
stead received a bachelor of law "The fact that new car production motor products divls'on of the roil TAX 148M DEED $1000 36 mo.-repajr $31.94 mOo

r degree from Stetson University has been stopped places all Sun Oil Company "That's probably Nol.... h hmhr Flla llv. that J. B tflrn.Jr $2300, 38 mo.-repay $7985 mo
Saturday. added re.pon.'bility on the shoulders one reason why," he continues ., and Gladys Him kU wife" koldtnMlina ao
I of America's oil of soothers Drainer DUIrlrt Tax We also have F. H. A. LOANSfor
companies.They "literally hundreds of thousands

Mr. Turner made A in all his Bala C-rtlllrata& Numlwrrd 87. doled the
examinations, according to word are faced with the important of motorists have switched Ith dar ., Aiwiot. A. D. IMS ku flM I New Homes payable monthly
job of preserving the Lfe of to today's Sunoco laid Certificate In my office and kHn over 20-25 years.We .
motor oil.
They .
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received by his parents. He completed da application for ui area to la
the tr law the cars now In use. realized that long motor life is thereon In ._....... with law teldOrtiriraU
course]I I'r tinbrar the ollowlnf dtKribrd I furnish Ideas, estimates, slid
twin
iIea "This Is almost who'ly
a
essential and
they knew that
In two and a f proo-n*. .11...... In Dada County.Florid. materials
graduation from the quest:on of good care and goodlubrication" Sunoco ol U now made to make .. lo.wltiNKH .
university Is in discussing
There no obligation
of Section Ie. To.mhlp I
M. H. Leister I 8KU
says motors run better, longer. Hence
with a B. S. degree, and has been II South It.... || 1ta.1. containing 40 your needs with us. Phone
sales and advertising manager of these thousands have taken a big A...., of
-r IM In,the Count
Innumerable class and fraternity facet
given call. We'll explain the
step forward In prolonging the I>...., a.... .( Florida' I or gladly
,I offices and honors. I I The ...erm.nt of said pesp.rte under .rvlce.
lives of the r motors. the MM Certificate I..... WM In the
C.OFC.Continued I I "There are several reasons whyIt name of Unknown. V.I_ Mid" Ortlflcala,BROOKER LUMBER CO. .
fhall b. redressed acecvrdln- to 'law. UWd
PIPELINEContinued Is Important to select a pure -. will ..... Ih-l-on oa Uw 41k day .< Phone It Box 405
( from Page One) I I!motor oil such as today's Sunoco !...ru.". A. D. !3 Dated this Urd dar of D-emUr. A D.
V ( from Page One) In the Redland District a $2.000 oil First, there is the problem of !wl --'--

al scrbed for effectng: a 100 perployed house can be rented for $20 a adequate lubrication. This is especially ' T. R. LPATHFRMAM.\ ;
Clerk of Circuit Court
are: J. D. Conner, carpenlter i month and taxes amount to only Important with today's: Dade County, FloridaJirault 1--
ter; Hugh P. Bernie, ; $1.67 a month.Enthusiastic. h'ghcr driving speeds and heats. Court ..... children special
Hayward Cross and J. Under these conditions, some oils B- L, F: PARKER. D C. mother's care In private home.
electrlclan:1 approval was expressed Jan t, t, 11. M 10.
operators; J. I. by various members at fail to reach friction po'nts in suf-' Mrs. N. Dnno, 7th St., Florida

Walker end S. L. ; the close of Mr. Carson's demon firent volume to cool as well as T I City. (pd-5)

R.I'. Hopkins, chainman; M. E stration of his charts. lubricate. However, the correct' AVOCADO LODGE, rooms and
Jones trans'tman W. H. Owens grade of Sunoco oil affords posi- 1942)s
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bath, meals. Modern home surrounding -
and J. O. Wh'tburn rodmen; J. P. ,t've, safe cooling lubricate under ,
reasonabl "
BLACKOUTContinued *, REd I. "
Smith yard foreman; J. C. Arrant even the most difficult driving (I rd Biscayne dr. Phone J84-W

and W. H. Sykes, watchmen; and conditions. P. I (nH-tt)
from Paw One) I
numerous laborers ( "Then, there's harmful sludge
cent blackout," said Mr. Rheney. and varnish to reckon with. Sludge

I Asked about a luminous glow clogs oil Fries reducing the vital: YO .fo\1o I WAaN'TKUimiHlMU
COUNCILContinued """'=
( it one end of the local hospital flow of oil while varnish coats 'tee I... ,,1r' WANTED hlg
during the blackout, Mr. R'leney! piston walls and cylinders, sticks ,, \ .
",otsW K'houl! tad grade school subject,
( r-;:;;;;; Page One) laid it came from a special form rings In their grooves. Yet there'sat :vo : \ :\11'10. K. J Armstrong, A. D,

full council of jeven members. In of lighting authorized for the ambulance least one oil that fights: sludge < d' 001"ocyst Plummer drive and Country

1940, Mr. Wynn received 607 votes porte cochere. This form and varnish resets breaking down 'V'X 'I' > Club roBot
and Mr. Rue 540. of lighting was authorized: be- Into these dangerous deposits It's "oP'1 > ,* 06Je

The total of the lowest candidate cause it was said to be undl .cern.I today's Sunoco motor u .' $' : % a.\ >'

in 1940 was nearly twice as ible from the air. The hospital ,I "And last but not least, hard ? vr ;.--
high 'as the ent're number of I complied 100 per cent w.th; all arbon all too often forms on pistons * tP '. t s0v Do You Like To

votes cast In Tuesday's election. requirement for the blackout, he and In firing chambers, causing \ '\ 0 ie'..'" HUNT and FISH?
The re-elected mayor and council I pre-lgnitlon and knocking.But st)4 ,<1".1IV ....
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wit be sworn into office for said.Mr.. Rheney said that a state law here again, Sunoco oil goes Then You'll Enjoy ReadingOUTHEOM

the 1942-43 term on Jan. 27, ac- would soon be proclaimed by the blameless, because It doesn't form

cgrl1iNg'tb provisions of the city governor under powers recently I this flint-like, power-killing deposit

e arter. ", -' :. :' granted him for enforcement of ,
blackouts both practice and real. "Frankly we of the Sun Oil .

FIRST AID Any resident who did not prepare Company feel that we are In a rifI

a blackout room but resorted to I posit on to be of valuable help to 1 nJt! !
out'American motorists who "sr
(Continued from Page One) the easy method of turning are con .. "
to attend .class made up exclusively the lights should not repeat this cerned w th preserving their cars'life C
. will mistake in the next blackout, the and power. Sunoco ol ls the
of men, such a class Instructor division warden said I jail that. was designed especiallyto I The Soulh't Only Hunting

obta'ned be organized said Mrs'James and an L. Bird, '"In a real air raid, it I Is some do the Job-and "Is dong it. i And fishing Magazine
tmes necessary to blackout for Never before have we made an 0.1 1
'A
Woman'sClub.
president of the Junior hours and at such a time It wouldbe with such stamina. Yet with all t / 1
desire
all who -
She that
urged
necessary to have lights turn:don of Its advantages. It still set: for L
such a class organized notify "
about the business o' a quarter a quiirt. -
to go - - ..
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Miss Geraldine Reitx. chairman of <<1X < 11<<<
1 and taking care of emergencies
Iving:
Red Cross com
the junior club's
mittee. I! that sr'se", he pt anted out. School Pr nclpal_Niw, Roger, e World' New Seen Through

"The Junior Woman's Club Is,, "A practice blackout !i for the what are you doing? Leanang F- TIAN SCIENCE MONITOR
of familiar zing fam'lieswith tomethlngT
fortunate In having been;;purpose I
very
the proper and safe procedure Roger-No, sir. I'm listeningto An tultrmlmml Duly Nfaspdprr t
Red
able to find an instructor for I .
I! to ,follow during real :rra'di you.-Ex. -CormroctlvUnbanl-Free from StM classes Mrs. Bird I
Cross first aid Doll
,
I' therefore it Is vital to the I-- im Ediiarub. Art Tie..ly and liummivand In I
;
s said. "In Miami there are several Features Top"with dw Weekly. M.sann. ScUM, Make
and the I
Misunderstood
of the family
hundred persons signed up for I I safety community that each f.mllflilht-:I A rich and porrpous man was ih. Monica as.Ideal.N-MCWBW for the Home,._........... i
If available 1 ""- r
classes but no. instructor ,
proof one room in the house In .laying at v steal: tauntry tavern Th Oimnan Scum Pubiuhin| Soc ecY

"In there.order to teach the Homestead i which all may take refuge during In England and as he entered the ., On. Norway: Suave Boston, MuMchuiatu/ I
"Ian air raid." ;breakfast room the only other Pries|I2 00 -rlf.or II.00 a Mornh. ,
classes, Miss Cook will ask .60 YMT.lmr .
S ,turd.. law. uuUdwf M-M-in Section $1 a
,
i No practice blackouts are ached victor present rose to his feet.
a leave of absence from the Mc >duciorT Offat. t laaiM 2) Cents '
Allister Volunteers of which she; uled at present but will be called i "Sit down, lit down, boomed

Is an active member. She is al ; by army headquarter In the Miami the great and rich one, condescend _.. .J
deemed practical ingly. t.
whenever
first aid area Add-
ready conducting eight
I : Mr. Rheney 1 I "Why." asked the other "can'tI
classes in connect-on' with the and advisable.: SAMPLE COPY ON REQUEST
schools and will start a class for ,i said, and the publ will be noti- get up for some marmaJacleT'--
ahead of t me. j I Trade Winds.
faculty members next week." ([fled sufficiently ,

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Pare Eight THE HOMESTEAD. LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, January 16,1942
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$2.09 "USE" TAX Buy Local Fruits and Vegetables, FARMERS ASKED of cy old the redemption machinery becomes and restoration a patriotic


ON. AUTOS TO COIN Says Dade County Defense Council TO RECONDITION "Farmer than duty,ever will on have existing to dependmore machinery


Miami!, Jan. IS-Buying of locally regardless of IU condition -
EFFECT FEB. 1 produced fruit end vegetables REDLAND F. F. A.by OLD MACHINERY because the manufacturer of

helps prosecution of the war ffcerre Wing.., Reporter new machinery and equipmentwill
In several way, the Defense be sharply curtailed In 194}
Jacksonville. Jan. 19: -Collector I Council of Dade County an- President Donald Grate called The war and its necessities have due to defense demand on tup-

of Internal Revenue John L. Pals nounced this week In stressing a the chapter to order at 7:30 p. m. placed on farmer large and small pile of steel, copper and other

issued a statement today which campaign for the purchase by In our chapter room Monday the obligation of conserving and. metal Farm machinery part

la interest to the more than five Dad countlant of Dade produce,I night, Jan. 12, 1942, for our regular putting to best use every pieceof I are going to be both scarce and
hundred thousand owners of mo- Thla buying, council officials meeting. expensive We are urging all
farm machinery, it was pointed
tor vehicles In Florida. Mr. Tabs pointed out, enable local growers George Wlngate reported that Farm Security families to oil and
called attention to a provision of to become more nearly self-sus the executive committee at its out today by Marcel A. Boudet grease their machinery and to

the Revenue Act of 1941 which taining and also fives them opportunity meeting last week, decided that I lupervlsor of the Farm Security wrap all moving parts NOW.

Impose a "use" tax upon motor for planting of greater our chapter will send a fruit and Administration program In Dade, Tool are being checked over for .
vehicles become varieties, thus) giving this area repair or replacement and then (
which tax effective I vegetable exhibit Judging team of Palm Beach and Broward coun-
Feb. 1, 142. It was explained an Increased source of food aup- I three member to the state fair I stored in sheds or protected from
ties.
that the term "motor ve- ply.In In Tampa on T. T. A. Day Feb. 7, the weather In some other way."
hicle" mean all motor vehicle caM of sustained attack on to compete for prizes. The judgIng Accordingly, the FSA ha I "We also are advising them to

of the kind chiefly used for highway South Florida. a large crop of team member will be elected thrown It* effort Into the campaign strip from old Implement all

transportation Including automobiles many kinds of fruit and vege. soon on a competitive basis In which all agencies of the I bolts, gear, or other parts neededto
truck and motorcycle, tablet would go a long way toward A report was made that the F. United State Department of Agriculture repair newer machinery"
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and that the term "use" mean on preventing an Immediatefood r. A. federation will prepare and ; Mr. Boudet pointed out that
the public highway shortage In a community I exhibit a booth at the coming and the USDA defense there I* an opportunity for profit-
Collector Fates stated that Internal where many staple food are Im- Redland District Fruit Festival this board are joined to help overcome able employment: for both Individual -

revenue stamps have been ported from other Motion of the year a*.last year. Our plan for the Impending shortage of farmer and group of farmer
provided to evidence the paymentof nation. Not only that, but the In. placing a separate exhibit for the new farm machinery. In assembling, painting and re.
this tax and' ,the stamps are creased consumption of locally festival still depend on the decision "There 1* a lot of farm machinery storing machine which have
gummed on the back so that they railed produce would conserve of the management of the both whole and In parts rusted,from disuse and which un-
may be affixed to the motor ve- gasoline and rubber through the festival. that may be redeemed for use," der normal conditions might have

hicles. The first stamp to be purchased reduction of the long haul needed Last Friday and Saturday we said Mr. Boudet "We are askingall been discarded for scrap heaps.

by owners of motor vehicles to bring vegetable here from prepared to can, and canned near- FSA borrower families to help
will cover the period from other states, and also bring about ly forty gallon of tomato Juice collect unused machinery to col Ne Secret /
lect of old
Feb. 1 to June 30, 1942, and will l reduction In the man-power for sale at the coming festival parts machinery which Son "I
: thought I asked
still be and to not
used spreadthe you
cost the purchasers only f J,09 each hour used In driving trucks for Mr. Frank Panno and Mr. Cecil may
to tell mother what time I
in
use of machinery under a planof got
because of the fact that only a such transportation. Barber co-operated with us by last I J.
night, MandyT"Cook
and of
sharing Joint
fractional part of the fiscal yearis These steps, It was pointed out, generously donating tomatoes for ownership -
Involved. However during the leave the highways clearer and making the juice. Member and : "I didn't, Mass Jim. Ah
month of June, 194) owners of thus speed the transportation of other who helped pick tomatoesand "Most farm machinery doesn'twear I just Aid that Ah wa too busygettin'
out so much as it rusts out. breakfast to notice
motor vehicles must purchase war and defense materials and at I can juice were: Frank Panno, the
In the national clock.-Ex. 1
stamp valued at $5 to evidencethe the same time leave hundreds of: Jr., Walter Ruttke Willard present emergen

payment of the tax for the men with time that can be used I Ito Thompson, James McCullough Jr., 1!

entire fiscal year beginning July better advantage In other de- George Wlngate, Lynn Gowdy, \"
1. 1942 and ending June 30, 1943.| fense steps Instead of driving Earl Wysong, Eugene Ingram, '\
Stamp of appropriate denominations trucks of vegetables and fruit to Adolph Lopez J. L., King, Jr., i
+ have been provided evidence Florida. Carl Sprlngfets, Jr. Jimmy ..
the payment of eto"use"I Now available at moderate and Bruce Bitting Ross

tax on vehicle purchased and first, prices are the following Dade- The committee in charge of our .
put Into use on the highway during grown foods: tomatoes, stringlessand chapter drive 4o collect paper and! {.
lima beans, carrot Chinese for national (
months subsequent to February crap defense reported
1942.Collector. cabbage celery, lettuce grape I that we have already collected I

robe stated that the"use" I fruit, oranges limes and papayas a considerable amount, and
tax affect more Individual. yet have quite a lot of territoryto i

than all other classes of federal I value uncertified checks will not cover. We will observe next :
t taxes combined. The payment of be acceptable in payment therefor Saturday as "scrap iron day", as
this tax will give to each motor I It was pointed 'out that the law last Saturday was "tomato juice
vehicle owner a consciousness that provides day", and hope to get a large I
severe penalties In the
he Is contributing to the defense case of liable amount of scrap together. We expect SMALl-6ut Convenient
any person for the ]
of his country In a time of emer- I use tax who fails to purchase a to buy ,a national defense !
The display of these bond with the proceeds of
gency. our
stamp and affix it to his vehicle.
+ tamps on automobile, truck, Collector Fates stated that the crap sale. ( fAs J
etc. will be evidence that the A feature of our meeting this
stamp could be affixed to the Instrument
owner have met their tax obligations of week was an Illustrated talk by
panel the vehicle to
to the federal government the back of the rear vision mirror Mr. Robert Manson on "Human

Collector Fats stated that the or In the event local regulations Anatomy", especially the osseous the small home be built from
Now can right
use of tax stamp will be on sale would not be violated the stamp system. All of us enjoyed Mr.
at all post offices and all offices Manson'i talk and learned something -
might be affixed to a suitable start to finish. It can be well designed. It can
of collectors of Internal revenue about our bones that we
place the
on windshield or to the
within the next few day Every had not known before. ,
rear or side window, or to such be well constructed. It can include modern
of motor vehicle Present this besides
owner a which other part of the vehicle whereIt at meeting
Is used upon the highways should would be conspicuous and those named were: Charles Beh- conveniences.
call at his local post office or at would not become mutilated rens, Jr., Carl Sprlngfels Jr., O.
... the office of the Internal revenue detached. or M. Hodge, Jr.. Bruce Bitting, Rex

j collector and secure a $2.09 "use" Seat, Bruce Wagner H. A. Aman, The small home has never been so usable-and
tax stamp and affix It to his ve- The Jones Boj Jr. James Campbell J. L. King,

hicle. The various post offices I "If this war keeps on, the government Jr. and Eugene Ingram, members, livable. Home financing has never been so
will sell the stamp over the Is going to control everything and Bill JIampton and Mr. Man-

,I counter for cash only and no mall ." son.We practical for the moderate-income family.
order business with respect thereto "Well It's going to have an aw- adjourned at 8:50 p. m. I
will be conducted by the post ful time with that Jones who
boy
offices. Collector of Internal revenue live next door."-Pathfinder. I READ THE WANT-ADS I I The down payment may be as low as onetenthof
are authorized to
cash
accept ,
the valuation. One loan will
post office money order and certified property

i; checks In payment of the MERCHANDISERS: take care of the remaining cost of a new home.
use tax stamp However a* OF HOMES
r revenue tamps have an Intrinsic Repayment is made b monthly installmentsout
f There 1* personality and real
( I atmosphere In home we of income time.
':<,. every your over ample
\ have for sale; and In addition
I. 1 there Is that basic requirement I

EXPERT sound construction with plan. I We will help you to put through your appli-
sting for convenience. Let us
cation for F. H. A. loan.
V ? -- show :you some of them. We an
! BARBERING i -.;; have on our lists the home you

A Pta-tgai.nJ: have been seeking W. D. HORNE CO.

HaJrrvt .. 5eShave
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_= .u ..:.__. tie EDWARD STUNG FRANK L. SKILL, Owner
f. AMrfem
shampoo (Plain' )._._ .-__.. 50e Atml I.MTU r c*AUIuM REALTOR Hardware, Lumber and Building Materials

I +' Shampoo (Medicated. _. 1So Phone Ml-J Florida City, FU. Homestead, Fla. none 807-J.

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Facial Park '" '--'_ 7Se

i Combination FacWWL7Se Do You HaveAI1FURNITIJRE

: Toni .. ___ __ __ _. HeM DR. C. II. DENBY

.a PROBLEM?
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; Osteopathic Physician

BUSH'S We will be glad to help you solve it, whether it I ,, ,I

concerns the whole house or an occasional piece. I Phone 39 :
BarberShop ..\ \\c.

I Smith-Graves Furniture Co. I Homestead, Fla. .!.oj t

a Op* City Han Phone 2.JS-J' Homestead (Over Brown's Drug Store) t\ 't


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