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: February 13, 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 )
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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: VID00529
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
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BOX OF FRUITASDOORPRIZE The Redland 1 ti I II I I PRIZE WINNERS ANNOUNCrJ! r



By MART FERRELL DICKINSON "Drink Florida Orange"Is The theme of "agriculture for

I love this land of sea and sky, State's New Slogan I defense" may hive bon what was

This golden land of summer sun needed to Impell the sponsors of

4 Lakeland Feb. II (FNS- the various community booth to ,
c Where vital tides of life high I
IS DAILY HIT run ,
Northerner to be edu.
are going exercise the Ingenuity: which this
s Where seed and harvest are never dene.I cated 'In the "cr cker" style of year characterize the designs and 'I
eating according to Em-
love its horizon-sweeping views, oranges decorations of the fruit and vegetable
met Peter Jr editor of the Lake
Intelligently directed publicity I love its groves and glades and wood, i iI Region at Cuitli display of the Fruit! Feat! ,
with photograph, caption and A northern friend of the editorsfather val. At any rate never have festival .
am not held by "sand in shoes"But exhibit been
my fruit more at
new stories that brought forth paid a visit to Florida. Upon j
complete cooperation from Miami Redland's sun beats in my blood 1 j being Introduced to the "crack- tractive.
The exhibit In all department
: er" method of eating citrus, he I
newspaper has resulted in fine to drink seem to bo more attractively presented ,
declared Ifl
attendance at the 13th annual Red- :.......................................................................: Florida orange""My a lusts> has been the case In

f. land District Fruit Festival Which The catchword appealed to the 1 several yeers. This may be due to
the, tact the,. this TearlSfeitlv*!
compare favorably wick that of Nap Under Shade, 4f.l .Ton.TractorEmlsin Florida lttua'Cornmulon'whlch
and.
was not flver-commercUMzejI. .
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It and "
any festival far many ,..rt4. ob1el0e4 the 'n" towe,
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times, rubber wilt now put the-slogan "Drtpk( t more apace therefore wa* snide
spite war shortageand Dath'for'Pipe' LnV rker .
available for
proper displaying
automobile sales restriction Florida Orange In it* vertklng'''I *
Attendance was good from the .-..... .- ". the product of the district. ,
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Hicks Simple but beautiful 1 the
Harold *
E. 32, pipeline
start. Friday afternoon more than '
AQUEDUCT MIL woodland scene which won for tho
2VSOO came through the doors of worker, was crushed to death REREGISTRATIONNECESSARY .,
county park department the first
the festival building. The biggest about 1:50 I
: Tuesday afternoon
.eeptft4lke. prize for /the belt
w day was Sunday with an attendance SERVEWATERTO eight miles ,
south of Florida City FOR C orated booth Hidden lighting
,' of more than 5,000. I
by an 18-ton tractor under whichhe reveal water trickling from coral
The of fruit which I I.
bQx given NEARBY ISLANDS bad crawled fot a nap duringthe rock to a r All pool 'n a setting
each afternoon at 4.30,
away noon lunch period without the PRIMARYVOTING I of native bars, shrubs, fcr.j and .
o'clock was won on lour day by .
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} knowledge of the driver, Oscar O flowers
persons who were not present but Phillips.A Ice sculpture changed daily and
Resident of
the Florida
had deposited their ticket stubs upper What with the peak of the harvest -
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coroner's jury following Inquest I Illuminated by hidden colored
key have been assured that they an
in the box placed for that
z the counter of the Chamber purposeon of also win be served by the pipeline completed Wednesday night, season approaching and the light forms a brilliant renter for
Commerce booth. The box of fruit through which fresh water will be returned a verdict that Hicks diedas Redland District Fr salt Festival In I the Immense black-canop' sil

I* shipped to the address writtenon pumped from Florida City to Key the result of an "unavoidable full blast, comparatively: few voters ver-trimmed booth 'of the Xoyil
West to the accident. ad1"\ (Continued On ige> Four)
the back of the stub supply residents and as yet have taken enrage
Friday will be Boy Scout Day defense bases of that Island. Testimony showed that Phillips, of the opportunity to register I - ---

y at the festival, and scout troops These assurances, made by the whose-helper Hicks was, had not I while the election registration '
Florida seen Hicks seek the shade under PLOWSHARES\ .
from all part of the county are Key Aqueduct Commission -' I book are open In the precincts, a,
d expected to attend. The scouts ire being supported by the the tractor. (Continued ojj Page Five) .
fact that 20 I The motet of the big tractor. I
outlet have
will be given free ride In ttiecarnival. already I ARE SWORDS.\ ISEXHMTSLOGAN
Saturday will be schoolchildren' been constructed from the aqueduct crane had been left Idling during
According to dispatches (Continued on Page Eight) Television Booth
day again-this time on
a county-wide basis. All Dade from Key Welt, the pipeline 1* be-
(Continued on Page Four ing laid on the keys at the rate Aids P. B. Bird I
of a mlle-and-a-half a day. MEN 20-45 MUST
In Sale of StampsThe
The Subtropical Experiment Station
GEORGE l ADE IS of the University of Florida
First Aid Platoon I SIGN FEB. 14,15,16 "television" machine In the recognizing the Irreplaceabllity

SLATED AS IJONCLUB'S I Of Women to Drill : WIOD booth at the festival always -, and Importance of all-out production
FOR ARMY DRAFTAll has a crowd In front of It, of farmers ha painted a
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of flag of the United State Into the
:Wear UniformsI Placed there In the Interest promoting
SPEAKERGeorge the sale of defense saving, shelve and background of a Fruit
men between the ages of 20 tamp the aoundie machine attracts festival display which emphasize
A platoon of the Dade County and t S who have not previously I many to witch the movies '- I slogan, "Plowshare Are
Ads, Indiana philosopher First Aid Unit, open to women between registered for military service, I I and hear t'- songs that'the SwordOVegetable
and humorist, will be guest the age of IS and M, will must do so on Saturday Sunday 'ton sing- -"."4 tM ,.. e* ",..ae.1 I M_feature in the
speaker at the Redland District be organized In Homestead within and Monday, Feb. 14. IS and 1C true of' jcundie w' te s' 1 renter ja. exhibit Samples of
L t* Club dinner in the club's the next two week, according to between the hour of 7 a. m. AndIp.mL' bful Midy doe an .nte-jr- U-natr ...? r ..U J, be ft, carroty
den next Tuesday. evening' announce word tent here by the Dade County five dance ins thin, filmy time-J!........11, Depoer chr -ie.*nd cascav -
the Rev. George H. Ricks, Defense CounciL In 'Dade County, reglitratloa thing through which *V light bow tae .. 4. U \ a ,*i, hi
program chairman. The meeting Military drill will be requiredof place will be the public schoolhouses .hin**. vegetable la jv aft ''The
tine wm.be,7:30.war.tII .. all members. They.willwow ;, therefore, registration in Whet the performaar 1* ever stand t varieties bourn and
To assist In the.Victory, Book attractive true uniform with th'*Radland"District will be heV Preston Bw3lrd, 'tfense .3-d and come .let whirls s.e -
Campaign each Lion 1* requestedto cocky oversea caps and Insignia,'at the following Homestead High saving stamp churman tat Homestead .s tut hla *tt* are: Rutgers,
bring a book to the meeting. appropriate to their rank. School Homestead colored school: , goat to work. Up to 'ed- .i vttan. rardirtl aonrfybrld
Fiction and recent technical book I' Course-In standard and ad' Hedland Farm life School, Goulds nesday night _r'IDI11 at of 'o. 3. VtiUft Buty J PI) JT-
are preferred but ,out of date I vend first aid by qualified Red colored schoolTeachers moment and ttt -ese'.eu: .r tonwt es; BU.. Triumph .. .
book which may be told are acceptable. Croat teachers, in hospital training of the respective Mr. Bird bad said $!3v tn ...dea..i floes: BV Vsk4tin TL1.f
Magazine not over two of nurses'aide and in home schools win act a* regMrttio saving tamp at the booth. V 1 f Cress bras; I...> jd
smooths old are wanted alto. The nursing wm be arranged. There clerk, and very assistance and expect to tell much more bu.re' .uuchda carne; Suram .. teem t-
material donated wUl be distributed win also be training for stretcher facility will be given the registrant the festival H over. i neck Sumnw .traightnatk, Ouraz -
among the soldiers stationed bearer and rescue squads. Theorpnizatlon laid Wm. J. Geronimo, Mr. Bird said yesterday that Ue anal Zuchinl squab; and
In this area. not only will serve chairman of Local Board No. 7, he had pointed the following Early giant Harris Earliest, Ford.
This week' dinner meeting wa during the war emergency but will which hat jurisdiction over the block chairmen to promote sr'ary hook, WOT.J Beater, Roumanian
held in the P. T. A. tent at the stand ready to go Into action In territory from Coral Gable outl. allottmenta for defense bond J and Giant Cayenne pepper.
Fruit Festival The usual program hurricanes and at any other time I According to a list of requirement savings stamp In Hoi stead business Little known but promising are
wa omitted to enable the it may be needed. tint out by Brig. Gen. Vivian place: Howard Johnson, Max the cbajote quash and tbe pota-
member and their wine,to In- Two platoon of M women each Collins, state director of **. Lotner. Chat. Q. Turner, j. W.I&0-11". cassava and nut*. Of in*
aped the festival attraction are already enrolled Miami. (Continued on Pap Four) Roland and Paul Losner. (Continued on Pig five)



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:JITTERS AFTER I School Favored Mahogany AssnT .. 1>Dues" 'Ii.PbjIB Awarded ParmarY Art "Honor," '1 ELECTRIC: <.CJJAm"'M

Exhibits i i Unsurpassed Cabinet Work --,.+ ,
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FOR'
WAR ;SEEN; BY -- '. :Miss. ft111r.. Potpa1tSW u".nt. t; MURDERER

Tle) ',ftmr ,utstandln* rieces in I" -Hometteae- 31'pi oudtlof bdtrtst' the beat grn p
RAE.GO'VERNORIt ( : I the'mVnual triming 'festival booth the only school In ,the UAlwl Lt else Atr; bl >: OF-PATROLMAN

are the mahogany dresser made by States that has s 'contract with 1 exhibit of the Homestead Art

... -I Lewis Eaker the Queen ..A.. n.I the Mahogany Association 'of Club. said\ by visitors from. the '
there bed been I sufficient.amber dressing table made by Clayton America which makes possible tees j North to be' unusual for a community Byrd L. Hudgins, 2 -'ear-oW""

of Rotary Club in Japan I Camber,the modernistic desk: made 'placing of the gold seal of th*' of this sbe. Miss Par. escapee from 'I Georgia Insane
to promote Rotary's ideal of .unlversal by Lamar Dickinson and the rose association on Its solid mahogany man, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
killed
peace and fellowship, the I wood dresser made by Frank Rice. furniture. J. Parman, studied with j C.I asylum, who State Highway

.attack on Pearl Harbor would Visitors say that ,lt will be a task The association has offered ant I Fink at the University of Patrolman L. P. Daniel: neat rGould.

mesas have occurred Mid Fairfax for the judges to decide which,of annual prize to the boy making'the and later attejided the. Art jnsutut -I on the night of Dec 8, will

these pieces are to be the prizewinners outstanding mahogany piece of the.1 of Chicago i be sentenced to death in the elecI -

as..they are all as.well' year, and this prize will be Mrs. Maud E. Chandler won second I trie chair. This sentence war made
made as it is possible for school awarded' In June. place in the'exhibit and Mra.
pieces to be. I I Ben Archer, third. The awards'!mandatory when a jury Tuesday

T, G. jRayburn'i: ;;.Copy of aSheratondesk / In the exhibit Is a card with Information .-i I were ribbons. j returned I verdict of murder In '
showing how the
it "4a,,,tfwught, will I' manual Honors in the various classes, the first d gre without recommendation -
training work in Homestead and
rival say.!*(.these plclf,., ll o. It : were awarded as follows: of
i Redland ties In with the defense v mercy.
la made with inlaid border.onjnei' I Scene, water color-1st, Mrs.
: program In tUbJlance'this card The jury dropped all consideration ,
drawer fronts and legs an* it bone Frank Skill 2nd Miss Marie
says: "To win) the war we need ; I of mercy recommendationwhen
of the. most striking piecesin I.
the display. ,i more and better machines, manned Capplck; 3rd. Mrs. Skill. Judge Paul D. Barnes, to

Attractive I by superior men. The '" ,I Flower picture, water color- whom they returned for Instructlonf .
twin bed.one., byDavid trainI
Barnes and one by jjkck Is to give our boys a broad :, lit, Mrs. Skill; 2nd, Mrs. W. F. I on this point, informed them
Barnes Ing In science, mathematics and'I I I Thcrklldaon; 3rd, Mrs. D. O. Spell- that they could not give: Hudginsa
are set up ready for u c.
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accurate, skillful use of the hands. man.. life term with the stipulation
of
They are an exceptionally beautiful I
colonial design and the .wood Such training Is most valuable to I| Landscape, oil-1st. Mrs. Chandler that he could never be paroled or

Is finely figured In between the 1 our defense because all our armed I|, ; ?-d. 'Jie Rev. R. H. Spear and pardoned.
beds Is the well made bedside forces are In need of "boys who I Mrs. ...alph! Kingman; 3rd, Miss Hudgins shot Daniel after the .
table of Charles. Coisroan. All have been trained to'do accurate Parmen and Mrs. Chandler. patrolman had stopped the stolen

of these pelces are made from the I i I work, with good co-ordination ofi i iI |I, Marine oil-1st. Mrs Frank automobile Hudgins was drivingon
I hand, and brain. It Is the the Homest-ad
'I eye highway mile
native mahogany,except the dresser 1 Webb; 2nd,' Mrs. Jesse Goodman;
(r same set of nerves, muscles and north of Goulds.
of Frank Rice which is Hon- 3rl!, Mrs. Webb.
brain cells l which control the I
J
!duras rosewood in natural finish. !
skilled hand no matter If that I' Flower picture. oil-1st, Mrs.
I Other beds in the exhibit are Chandler 2nd Mrs. Webb; 3rd, ler; 3rd, Mrs Kingman.Arts .
hand guides bomber
'-"llrrlXi.B I the handsome double beds of Richard I or a battle- Mrs. Archer. and crafts work-1st, Miss r
Jensen and Wilbur Peoples 'chip, runs a lathe or points a gun. Bertha Nill Hausman; 2nd Mi*.
l I We want this hand to do .its jobas Portrait, any medium-1st, Mrs. 1
T. Hasklns. Rotary district gov. of RedlaflRigh School aWQlleiwell Frank Hausman; 3rd, Miss Haus
nearly right as possible so in Webb; 2nd, Mrs. Archer; 3rd, Mrs..
ernor of Florida, In an address made handsome single bed of man.
to the homestead club Wednesday Francis Prothero of Redland. The mcnual training classes, we are Spellman. O. F. Mcintyre, Dr. Eric Car!- ..
I noon chest of drawers made by. Jack1Hllson :i emphasizing accurate habits In the Still life, any medium-1st, Miss berg, John Klinkenburg and Ken14

Mr. Hasklns, an attroney of Se of Redland beautiful inI \ai of hands more than ever." Barman; 2nd, Mrs. Webb; 3rd, neth De Garmo, all of Miami, "(

bring, was paying his official visit I appearance and true In colonial f Manual training work shown Mrs. Chandler. served as judges. Wm. S. Wood, i
to the local club. I design. In the annual festivals here is said Miscellaneous, any medium- also of Miami, judged six items +

"The world li mine to have an I Lewis Murray of Homestead ; to be unsurpassed In the country.. lit Mrs. Archer; 2nd, Mrs. Chand- omitted by the other judges. ,

awful case of the. jitters after thin i shows I fascinating desk made I

war and the only thing that will i along the lines of the Italian Re

save It li in understanding pointof I I1 naissance. The draw top, walnut
attack on world problems", said I I''coffee table by Felix Bullard and ie
the district governor. "We have11'the walnut paneled chest by Lamar
cot to Understand the other fellow Dickinson are beautiful pieces of i

-not try to make him understand i 'this fine American cabinet wood.

..." 'The coffee table has hand carved !
The remainder of Mr. Hatkln'i spiral legs and cleverly arranged

talk was an inspirational addresson draw top.Redland. WELCOME
Rotary principles and ethics. pieces Include a.bookcase
Following the general meeting, aconference two smaller oak tables by .
with committee chairmen Richard Prothero and Kenneth .' ) *
officers and directors of the Greer and a neat stool by Bruce -t
club I Wagner, all of oak.
I Homestead boys are famous for

{Girl Scouts to CollectVictory 1 their cedar chests as well as their

( Book Next WeekThe I mahogany pieces, and last year 18 : : TO, THE . ..
were made. This year the supply -

Homestead Girl Scouts will ; of cedar was rather low so

start on Tuesday a one-week only about six are being made, *
bouse to house canvass to collect Three of these in the displayrep.. REDLAND DISTRICT . . ,

books and current magazines for I resent the work of Fred Rhodes, .

the Victory Book Campaign, announces Bob Chtmbllss and Theodore Or-

Mrs. Frank Skill, cap. I fanedes. FRUIT FESTIVALIt
tain of the troop. Fred Rhodes also has on display

Each family Is asked to have ,I I lamp table which is a modern

ready the book or books and the adaptation of the colonial tier

magazines It will give so the girls ;liable or dumb waiter. The piece
will be able to cover the whole Us' made like a regulation roundtable
tHstrict tach with center: post 'going up4o
scout will
hi the district In which she work lives.1 I('i support the electlrc fixture. Surly is the privilege of the Coconut Grove Exchange Bank to

Rice has on display a striking i
Details of fte: campaign
explained at a Coral Cables meetIng wen- ': magazine! Nand .made In the sty'* serve many of the Redland District's largestgrawers.and' pro-

of scout leaders which Mn. 'of Chippendale. Ralph Bellinger ducers tC fruits and vegetables.
Skill attended. I has a comfortable rocker upholstered '
I in blue.

Clarence Froscher WillBecome The exhibit. which Is the Joint We ere pleased to have had a part in the "(development of
i product of HoriRhtead apd .-Red-
Officer in JuneC1are :: land schools, .fg equalH not this rich farming district. In this area some of the finest fruit

superior M any.put on at termer
Froscher, son of Mr. Fruit Festivals. This Is a surprise and vegetables in the world are grown daring the coldest winter
and Mrs E. A. Froacher, will be 1 ,
to school
patrons because the fair.
graduated from the Naval Academy ls rrcaths of the 'flr" 7 C
a month earlier than usual. : .
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in Annapolis June ID In the .
Moreover
| the Homestead boys
first data since the First World' I '
War to complete the four-year 'cause have ,C.been Hagler pushedfor Rice, tad time of b the,- 'Congratulations to the. management! of the Festival for its

course In three yean. After graduation .
department IB both s schools and
he vrlll be assigned to the IJUCres&
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instructor In Homestead.i lost two ,
fleet fur duty as I regular officer weeks because of an' accident.
During Ifirci three-y period
Ti.ls handicap was overcome byafterschool
,
of his Course (shortened to'I I

two and oiie-hnlf years becauseof kept late hours work.to Those finish their who COCONUT GROVE EXCHANGE BANK

the emertwity) he stood eleventh the :
,Jllecea'f atlsry.ion o.
In ord' t of general merit In 1,'
knowing they did i'gtodl'job and:
.
!
his class of IO rrld hlpmen. This,,did It on time.

standing li based on, aptitude fcr,,I Most of the mahogany pieces JULIAN S. EJ.TO PresidentA
the service< and conduct as well) "' from Homestead have the modernlacquer
academic grades. During the last'I''

or second lass year, his class position , crack or finish discolor which with: age.does The not G..VEACH.,Vice President A.HARRISON,Vice President
I I
was ninth, and he stood' Homestead
school has had the new,
'.Oral In'the subject of navigation.'':of an efficient spray gun -and I II J t Di"REEVES, Cashier <. .WALTESJJAY,Ash\Cash!!r'
y ti'f
,AD itidshfpnen officers are 1 1cha. !Mcomprefwr I for several years and' . .


.:.......'All fas'tne,. member Clarence first' or Is the or battalion present'taMfclats senior'1';r this;,'sable hours cutfit.toe instead falsaplec wakes"of'the: it --entirely week*..In"three or pose ao'I > tT. 'V- t ';r Mmber,.. .feeVcal- Ja-iST.arft Ta.o'sact CerperasiMl'. ;\) ;:. *: ::

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Jarfjuunt-'and/ Aar been comml- I .. .. . .
i I required la'e..varnish I niab. . '. : .
"sioasd midshipman lieutenant! I -

Junior 'grade, for the tint, set of F F_ . ... :.,' :" ', .110. ; . ; ( ; . . . .
'IcfUnenfaa officers.1 TMs tommi* |
Week makes hint the Pets in order (: WhalADS' !

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HObby Riditultiiie BOOlli'W':'.. .' *.' *.Tieit'l dpwi*Nt\V&mr'1\ PAifh iiJ rVi, n Maker:b to''ftprodfice: *U

1'-' for
Are Given RetJ Cross

:'/'t T.i, i\ ,.Compercial.Trophy at Festival. ,, ..,Test" autographed. !--.copies ot Mary.I'I Tones :of Human: Voice'Says; ;JDayis' 'II'I'


The- tall phy, 'offered1 for-the' P iltppittes; CeherII], J.s/ )nrV Ferrell Dickinson'* new ,song I,: Sam J. Davis whose violins 11 Uk-la,' UH to U Inches, reproduce Jf

Vu14 A.se..-;'., 'ollj"\1' == *' 'Motherho d''.. fat_ which OscarRasbacnlias the art,club. booth! lnspirj.much. the tenor quality and a cello Wife .. il
.,was awarded.-\1.fuesdoto!: : *,the vover ' I ,'fcompbsed:tte' muUc: interest Is BOW at wtr It on three JtMlnch: bodytmd f H Inch depthInside t
beautiful tropical !plan&1Jll"'ot Both'nurslriee specialize W wilt be: IOld'rrtda1 to help produces the base quails/ \
a hobby ,hortlcuRW' SuhIl.OI'O.1N'urRl1. new tnsbrumenta. Until violins have II- ,
: BOW
. the. South Pade unit of.thq my .
r the Snarly C rove\ antt'-Htinlefrihursettes . owned'''''Mr and Mrs.'.fintnoe .Mrs.B One 'II.. copy ot the 'Amatiowned copies ot Stradivarlus. My viola*,, :
Red Cross
Inthe;DM booth the; O.'WvCaIkth>TU frn'Pilm'-drlve.. : announces. by Miss Edith Camp. for and celloa are of my own. d*M+& \
the
", Vtsitof passes as- he'- enters' the" twa.. tithes :west 'it IWda City, Homestead n Archer Business' president and of Professional which her father pai V$tOOQ. It, and pattern drawn by the m ..4 1\
festival building: Heinlein'Nurery,,'owned by Mr:. Women; Club which is is seven-eighths size, one-fourth laid down by the old masters lit
'
Thiltomer, carpeted vfth .SI'mid Mrs; Herman Heinlein, 'ion* Inch smaller than a Stradivarius, designingtheir-'hntrumesitsv,
'Augustine grass and"glorified wits I sponsoring the anil. The copiesare which Is lJ*i inches. . ,
< 1aw and
n- daughter of Mr. and The tint Irutrumeot designed<< ;
Dickenson.
border plantings of palms, Cowenand I Mr, Calkins, Is'on Coconut Palm being given by Mrs "In his later years Amati built; was a viola,which turned out la a*
well-fed' crotons. representsa drive west 'Redjand! road. I a 14-Inch .1..." said Mr. Davis i Identical with the Joseph Otaas-
bit' of Florida yard the visitor Chafer's Nursery In Perrine, They may be obtained en the "Stradlvarius, his pupil'followed nertus. Recently I have designeda
booth where
of Brooker
would like to own. Through an winner of second prize for commercial porch the this. In 1880, after Amati's death, violin by this same method except
arbor entrance draped with pas I booths, shows I collectionof the club is selling miscellaneousarticles theHomeate.d Stradivarius built his long violin, I narrowed the long part to
sion vine' he goes on steppingstones choice ornamentals and fives for the fund or at lift I inches? but narrowed It I lessen the volume I am now
Art Club booth whereFurcraea
to a small green slat houseadorned free calamondins to the visitors slightly After ten years he building my tint violin by this
with I pothos vine, flame i Al Pflueger, taxidermist, winnerof tuberose bulbs are being stopped making the long design
vine, monsters deliclosa, native third prize exhibits big, life- sold for the fund. varius It is now Stradi-I I "I am also building a copy of
One of at thefestival
orchids, African 'violets and other like specimens of blue martin, the busiest spots one-sixteenth. under 14 inches is,,the small Nicholas Amatl enlargedto
Is the Business and Pro-
tropical growth Inside are Eu- sailfish dolphin, Jewflsb, barracuda belL I I a 14-inch body and I am
fessional Women's Club Red Cross
charls liliesand other potted and other varieties of fish. "When the violin .Is built an II building one for Charles Roman of
plants and flowers booth where fresh orange, tangeloand effort la made to reproduce the I Miami, a copy of an $11000 Instrument -
sold under
Visitors show particular Interest grapefruit Juice is genuine soprano quality of the hu- made Peter Guarner-
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yam an immenseyamlike man voice. the instrument Is ,"
root product.that is an The meek little mar. approached public affairs charman. The oversize! the tone approaches thecontralto
i Important food In the Philippines the policeman on'the street corner booth was donated by the Home- or even Vie alt The beans from this vir- rte-en "Excuse me, Mr. Office" he st"ad Leader and Enterprise. "The viola with its small size making violins lu 1136"and so firhas

|i also,'are edible. said, "but rye been waiting here body, 10 Inches long and sides I completed 42 Instruments
1[I Among the other un. ci- for my wife over half an hour. !order me to move on* '-L. & N.I deeper t violin producesthe
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fully his horn address so that his spread loquats, sounopy bananas, Fred Fuehs, Mn Elbertsj But '
HOMESTEAD LEADER CURRENT registration card may be forward sapodillas, calamondlns. papayas and Ceo N; Wakefield who have I
ed promptly to his local board and etc. The corner ere filled with leaned plant to beautify the department \
AND ENTERPRISE that he will be Included amona commercial display of avocados, said Mrs H.... i (
COMMENT its regisranti and tn Itt quotas limes, tomatoes,.ead citrus fruit Individual plant that win most j
BO ARCHEB _r..IM. ... saner By AGNEW WELSH If he It found to be qualifiedfor Palms, big aloe plants, tropical admiration are Mrs. J. B. Hardy' I
AJUOK1I UACR aaCBxl -- military service. tree and a rare cactus valued at Immense beefsteak begonia, Mrs.B. ( r!
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man" aN ri. Special registrar also will beprovided $250 add Interest i E. CaUini crown of thorns and f l'E
14..... Note M. w.rr l .d..r I
to register men who cannot A gigantic bowl of vegetables Mrs Martin'a begonia, EucharU
...,...... Pride" es e.a".a..a tn.. bib "Grown. tae"
so me 5.1461 Dw PvWMns. Ce..y.SUSacstrrwx e. .. .e.-011b-.a or "..94160040. i appear at a designated registration In a red, white and blue settingIs lilies and rare crottm 1
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i With 61w AM.r .w..a.ata.s .
aATa I a 011_ ware. ass M. L place because of illness or A.W. Undgren' arrangement for : Unusual interest has been shows \
I* to* Cowtr: ft.o.w. lag ...... .is" FIe. i other Incapacity. It I* Incumbent Goulds. Crates of citrus fruit are by boys this year, Mrs. Haa re
car Dt r-.T_ stead The statement was recently upon these men to advise I registrar on the sides, and there are tomatoes ports. Seven or eight have planfa
.atom/ se .....d era n.p.r In their local board area of wrapped to represent an entered. '
111. M MM ,M tlimMink made that one of each three inhabitant I
a..It ; war ace :; ef Florida was Georgia their inability to appear at a regIstration American flag. On the broad front Mn. Young C Lott and Mn E. I
.. 1ST* born. l_ railing are bouquet of choice cut Sullivan, both of Miami, served at I
I A registrant who has more than flowers. Above, hang an immense Judges. .
f Beauty Spots The federal department of agriculture one place residence may choose bunch of bananas, a big cluster oi For the best commercial exhibit
i' report{ that the U. 8. which one ho wants recorded coconuts a gigantic shaddock and of potted plants Willis Vkk was I
Br Anal Marhew Fttzvatrlrk orange crop for 1M1-42 will probably I his place of residence for he thu other interesting fruit. awarded $15; for next best, RCXN
will designate the local board Perrlne also has the red, white RomIne received $10. Willis also
ON NORTH KROME be 84, 726.000 boxes, an increase I
which always win have jurisdiction and blue color scheme. On a blue got a third prize and Rex two first a
On summer morning, early whenI of 644000 boxes over the I over him. No transient address base and .against a blue background prize and two second prizes. \
had time to ride previous crop. Florida' orange i may be recorded, however glow double poinsettias Mrs. J. Martin received first
I chine a bit cf rutted road with crop wa placed at 31,300,000 I and .selective service relul.Uoryproblblt and red gladioli In white contain- prize on a collection of 12 potted
trees on either tide.I boxes, a gain of 200,000 boxes. also any Interference or Yn. There is a V-shaped displayof plants as well a* three other first
liked to pause a moment by tome The grapefruit crop estimate was when a On
I dictation by I registrar vegetables in the center. prizes and a third.
sec,)/nd growth of pine for 41,400,000 boxes; last year's registrant having more than on one side is a fruiting monsters Miss Josephine Pratt was second
To w.tch. gain, two saplings was 43,035,000. boxei.. I place of residence is making his deliclosa plant and on the other, for the collection of 12 ornamentalsand
draped with morning glory vines. e between them. bananas.
i choice tint for 12 flowering potted
The tiny mow white blossomswere State figure indicate the ban After the registrant has answered The green and the silver of the plants.
scarce in Inch across on gas will cost the road fund I all questions and signed his silver palm were used In Silver Earl Wysong got third on a
On such fragile little tendrils that about two and one-half million name to the registration card he Palm's booth which displays many collection of 12 potted plants.
the slightest breeze'could toll dollars. I' will be given a registration certificate varieties of citrus fruits. I Mn. Fred Fuchs was tint In
Them up like foam upon a wave signed by the regiitrar. Dr. C F, Robinson got first prizeIn ; three groups in the potted plant
crest of flurries of IOn snow A Miami paper lists 129 local and This certificate must be In the personal the fruit exhibit division; the section; Mn. Wm. Bush first In
Then leave them gently swayinglike national worthy cause seeking I' possession of the registrant Subtropical E.perlme.Station, three groups, and Mr. Sherry, d
pend'lumt to and fro.I public support by, contribution at all times. Failure to poses this second prize; and the Silver Palm tint In two groups and second in
think the early settler who If the war 0J.pan succeeds I certificate, or to show it to authorized Citrus Growers Association, third one. *M)... Baker and Mrs. Geo. v
cleirqr* this building spot I only In breaking up the militaristic; persons constitute a violation prize. Raruoa ranked first in one group
Preferred white morning glories secret society, the Black Dragon, of selective service regulations Blind workers In the booth of second In one and third in one. ;
to the blue forget-me-not I it will have done that country t and is considered prima facie the Miami Lighthouse make Mn. J. B. Hardy won two first
Although he and hit cabin have favor Any society, whether Its evidence of failure to register. leather purses, sew, weave and prizes; Mn. B. E. Gatlin two first .
long since gone their way "13" o'a 'Ho questionnaires win be given read Braille books. Article '
name begin wKh a K\ made prizes; Mr*. D. B. Clure one first
nit monument of flower Is fresh that attempt to execute the laws, registrant when they register the I by them are offered for sale. and two second prizes; Mrs. San
and fair today, or human being, on its own authority general emphasised, nor win they Homestead and Redland HomeDemonstration Davis, Richard Ball and Mn. C. ,
I* a menace to the country be required that time to under club display D. Eaker, a tint and a third prize
ON AVOCADO DRIVE harboring It go any physical examination. A canned products and ands, each; Mn. Jesse Gossman, three,
A-glpsylng. of mornings, learned questionnaire I* sent to each registrant equipment second end-eoe third prizes; Mn. ;
to raise my eye when his order number has numerous exhibit of schoolwork J. A. Rick, two second prize; and
To where t giant ceba made 1U I ATTENDANCEContinued been determined by o lottery and are shown and the theme Mn E. F. Ray one Second and one
cross against the skies. w I .le reached by his local board.Ph'IIca' of most of them Is "' _. third prize.
Although my lips ne'er found the ( from: Page One) examination I* made only i The Owe total Future Farmer, Those awarded one lint prize la
word, my heart went up in' County school children attendingthe after a registrant's local board has chapters have farming marketingand this division were: Mn. H. Rohrer
prayer festival will be given free passed on his general qualifications canning displays, and the/ Red-! Mrs. Annie R Butler, Mn. H. E,
When I beheld the holy tlgn made ride and avallablity and has determined land chapter is selling tomato Ewing Mn. M. A. Swan Mrs '
by Its branches ba.... Wednesday 60 children from the that he should not be Juice It has canned and citrus Chat. Pratt, Mn. E. Smith. Mrs.
county home at Kendall were. deferred from military service for juice and Investing the money In Wakefield Mn. M. P. Walker
ON WALDIN DRIVEA guest of the festival management any reason other than possible defense stamps. Mrs. Elberta Bui.
rutted road between two groves, They were treated to free rides, physical disability.DEFENSETHEME. Homestead High School show Those awarded one second prize 1
It lead up to a lawn popcorn and candy tools made by pupils In its defense were: Eugene Ingraham, Miss
Where twenty cockerel In I tree Coronation of the queen and training classes. Also on Mabel Ruth Pope. Richard Koser.
With crowing greet the dawn. king of the festival at 10 p. m display is an anvil, forge and article Gypsy Howard, Mn. Virgil Lyon )
Friday will climax the week' made of Iron. and Cecil Dodd.
event The winner of the popularity -' (Continued from Page One) The technical high schools of Those awarded a third prize Included -
Just WaitingBy contest now being directed Palm Ice Company winner of the the county list national defense : Mn. I. Young, Kenneth z
by Miss Julia Sullivan for the sweepstake second prize. course now offered. Ball Mn. w. K. Walton and Mrs. i
Annie Maikjew FHsa.*rkt' Redland P. T. A will be queenof The lee figures, carved from The home economic classes I Hubert Smith, :

When you w.ltlP at night for the festival The escort of her cake of ice by Laddie Prucha ef show a victory foods poster, foods,i Outstanding in the cut-flowet .
your offspring' return, choosing will become king In Coconut Crow are of the petrlgtic I dresses and aprons. exhibit at MM. Gees N. Wake ;/i 1
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All the car lights that you tee addition to the title the will win variety-an. American eagle The Homestead High School< field's collectiorcof nine varieties .
reflecting a $100 wardrobe. The runnerupwill the Spirit of '78, the statue of science booth with.its wealth of of roses (first prize) and Mrs. ?t .
Buoy with false hope that'I recefve In cash. Liberty and V for victory. The exhibits proves interesting to Fred Kafeldt's collection of six caw
you up
Ire dashed to deiflr I Seven p. :. Friday will %&& Boy Scout emblem will be shown :many. Both the high school.and varieties of rose (second prize). <. j
When they're not the car light last time that votes may be cut on Boy. Scout day, said Paul Reynolds elementary school exhibit are of In.the cut flower division Don- -i..
you're expecting. for the queen contest Awardingof manager of the company. a patriotic nature. The latter aid Grate won seven first and .
the radio-phonograph to some, The Homestead booth, winner shows also a miniature post office one second prize; Mrs. Fred Suber, .e )
Every car that slows down at the holder of a queen contest ticket I at the third sweepstake prize. pecking house grove and airport five first two second and one I
earner below will follow the coronation. I* a big sandMaMe map of the city thing; Bin.. .E. ,J(. GaUaher, four .w" ?
You hope to your loved one returning Contestants for. title of queer drawn to scale and 'contsructed Among .Radian .Hwh School's first, one second'and one-third; 't j
of the festival alt Mies Doretkj by Councilman Ben, Mortis who exhibits is one of its Pan AmerU M.... Sam J. Davis, three, first, 'i I
; But they all pick up speed and -Halilip. Miss Billy Rae Clark] has pent much time on the project can Club. three jeoand,. one on third Mrs
roar off In the night Miss Mavis Wattf Miss Virginia The unplatted areas are The Redland elementary school's W. 1C. 'Wattoa, two first and one '0'1.'
Your worries end fear, alike, Hillard, Miss Annie Ruth Lee, shown also, and what they are theme "Our Schools for Defense- second; Mrs. Fred Fuche, on first '
spurning. Miss Sophie Borgardt Miss Betty used for I* indicated. Is silhouetted on a green back- and one second; Mn. Wm. Bush, :-
Ann Marshall Miss WilY Jean South Allefattah won first prize around. The first grade shows a one first and two second; and ,
And then yea dart saying the O'Brien, Miss .Jennie Lee Andrew ($75) in the community booth battleship and airplane mural; the Mr* E. E. Bailey three third
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prayer that you know, and Mls"Ha Jean Irwln.' contest; Naranja the second prize sixth grade I "freedom to worship PrIVOL :"' ,
NI 1 one time but over and over The festival will end Saturday {$40); and Redland, the third Cod mural; and the second Of those who received single i y
You ,mix your religion without night prize ($30). trade, a "farms for defense" moral sward in the cut flower divisionthe I
any qualm .Under a red, white and blue Grades five and six show a following got lint prize: Mrs. "
For the safe home return of canopy South Allapattah show war-front map; and grades one Wm, Pratt, Mn. Henry Brooker.I, I
your rover. DRAFT . how it lives up to its potatooutlined and two an air field with offices, the Rev. A. Vivien, Mrs. George .1 ,
motto. "Home gardens for encampment and soldiers and a Ranson, Mn. M. T. Walker sand
And then the mood change, cold (Continued from Page One : defense." There ere row ef mural background "Caught in Mn. Joe n.h.r. A second
anger eel in lective service. every male citizen truck crops 1I'O'WIAl-luacloua the draft" Is the subject ol a group 11I'I. was won- by 1IIn. Gatlin and ,
And you think now youTI stalk and every male ittia residin?Tto atrtwberriea, celery parsley lettuce of animal picture There I II also, third prizes, by Mrs. Elizabeth
to that door Florida other than persons excepted bean, peppers cabbage an Eskimo scene. Cooper and Miss Mary McNelll.TwosMwJasriauei \I
And ,tell that young' escort Justwhere by the 'sHecliv training and piles of vegetable*"reedy-tot The pleat .and Sinner .exhibit] this year re: t
to get off and service act of 1940 as amend. the market- egg plant carrots, thl*. year Is directed by Mn. W. eeive ,much aotioeAoft" garden .
And he need not come beck any ed, kj require) present. nbnaVttfor radishes,. peppers beans,.fcreeeeli. K..Haas "who has been a*unit: on and table decorations In the dish
tore. and submit to registration ...*> Huge bouquet of gladioli,represent ,her project for seven*week.She! garden. contort, ..._ C. Hagles) '
anther February, 11 or It 1M2, the thriving florist Industry.The Is.assisted by member of South! Kite.got lint prize; Mr*. Frank
And just when you think that your If he J* not registered previously booth chairmen wa W. T. Dade Garden Club. I H4MSBUM, second; and Mrs..6am
.-oQ..ill crack, and if be leas attained his JOth Vlck. The exhibit is housed In the two Davis, third.
A :ear"make* the curve of yew birthday on"or before Dec. 31, The Naranje best! theme. .Vitamins east Sections of the festival build. Mr*. \T. K. Walton got tint
some drive, 141, or has not attained his 48th for victory". Is spelled out log which are now connected by prize for table decoration consisting ,
You forget all jour worrIeS and birthday on or before February :with orange A big V of oranges an archway. of a flat arrangement of ;
anger and fears 10 1M2. I forma the center. Below,.. Jellies, Big blue poinsettias pink radiance roses end white y1'
That hV. back again, safe and While anyone whe I* unavoidably vegetable and tropical fruits land guard ateithoer side et the gladioli with colored crystal balls ;
alive away from borne during this ties cartasav Jamaica applet; sa. two entrance to this department and crystal eandlesUcks.
registration period may registerat : podilla, ponderosae, cararabofe In one corner ia the Garden Mrs. Davis got second primers
the registration place most convenient -' papaya trees, gladioli and ornamental , Ch:b'a rustle garden which contains I red, white and blue arrange-
In Germany, youth I* taught, on that day, all registrantsare plant line the tides of the a covered well made by S. L. mart of candles, flap and red and y z
tram UK cradle to the grave, "Let urged to make every effort to booth. Geo. H. Fitzpatrick arranged 1 West and an 'old oaken bucket".! white geraniums.Mrs.
t_ die for Germany. They boa register with their or local the exhibitA The garden is bordered with: Hausman got third prize ,
rowed this patriotic! piffle from board to avoid possible lonfusion striking use of blue and tangerine -i[ plants. I for a crystal bowl of red gcrint-
Greece and Japan. In our land In the future. Any person who distinguishes Redland' I Special credit should be givento urns, white jasmine and blue for
we teach them the nobler principle must register away from home tooth arranged' by Major Herbert [ the Graf and Auxler I'den'j get-me-aot with saver candlestick
"Let me live for America.j slso--1* warned to specify care- Cats. On I huge coastal tray are :of South Allapattah Mr. and *. _




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Mlart. Mr C. Kennedy of I ciao 114. office of Town Clerk I[!to our present shortage of drying _
tenon. N. J. and Miss J.1!: Flora a Myers. Florida City; Pre I Ii oils for paint and linoleum
1 I Cammeron of Guttenburg. N. cinct 113 office of county agent i Commercial coffee and the an*
In and Around were Thursday guest of Mrs. John (Mrs. W. B. Cave, deputy). I natto or lipstick pod lend interett \'
Zellar. i Homestead; Precinct Ill, Me- and color to the display. \
i I Vteker's store Princeton) Precinct The canfotel (Lucuma,nerveva) f
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A church benefit; baked-ham 111, GouM Supply Store,' and yellow aapote with their fruit
HomesteadMrs. supper will be served by the W. S. Goulds: Precinct 110, R., R. Kerrs of the consistency: of the yolk of
C. S. clan of the Community I office,. Petrine. a bard boiled egg look very appetising.
Church Wednesday evening at In accordance with state law, .
,. 6:SO o'clock. Everyone 1s invited :every voter in Dade County must Several Improved types of guava. -
:: Edsel Heinlein of Redlaralkbool Mrs. Cliff Cowman and daughter to attend. The class will meet at re-register this year. The first primary Including the Redland guava,
faculty left by plane Mon' born last week In the hospital Mrs. Roy Chandler's home Fridayevening election will be held on are shown.
day night for Boston where she were returned home Tues and Mrs. Clyde NetU will I May t; the second: on May 28. There are several "small fruits
.hopes to spend I few days with day. be co-hostess Offices to be filled will be those that lend themselves well to Jelly
her sailor husband. I of county solicitor, purchasing making, such a* Ceylongoose
Mr. and Mrs. Merle Wood of agent, members of the board of berry Natal plum Surinam cherry
t-)Mn. G. R. Oldendorf and son FLORIDA CITY Miami and their children. Bobby public instruction, districts I, 2,I and Indian Jujube which catch
Ted are entertaining I party of By Warrens Serery and Jackie, and P. A. Mills of and J,county commissioners.Judge; the eye of the housewife.
,relatives and friends from Cleveland Naranja were Sunday guests of of the court of Crimea, Judge of Four different type of papaya
who arrived Wednesday for a Frank Snow of North Branford, Mr. and Mrs. E. Mills. the criminal court: atate's attor- are shown, aa well aa some six or
.\twoweek stay. The group con.f : Conn., arrived Sunday evening fora ney, state representative, memberof seven acid fruits and three of tile
list of Mrs. Oldendorf brother- month's stay at his bom Miss Nellie Coodlng of Georgetown congress fourth district member citron family.As .
In-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. S. C. arrived Tuesday for of congress at large, state a centerpiece in front of the
'Samuel J. Levey, her niece. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hauser of a one-week visit with her parents, democratic executive committee, booth there are represented two
Liedtke, Mrs. May Chunat Miami were Sunday guest of Mrs Mr. hd Mrs. Ray Gooding. state congressional democratic plants of blinding bush (Excoecan.
Mrs. M. Radtke. Charles Becker. committee, precinct committeemenand la bicolor), a very striking orna-
committeewomen.For mental which has a deep red coloron
Fred f"'Jacobs left Wed-![t Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cockerel!, 'I Norma Becker left Saturday fora the first time county commissioners the underside of the leave
Ice, for his home In Crider, Mi-*. L. B. Deitz, Mrs. L. E. For- two-week visit with her grandmother will be nominated and The sap of this tree Is used In Ita.
Mrs. Siaml
after spending several weeks I lyth, Mrs. A. Oxland and Mrs. Sable. Mattson In elected by the county-at-large native land of Java for poisoningfish
his brother and sister-in- Joe Chapman of North Haven, Cape although/ they will be required to and arrow heads to be used
Capt. and Mr*. L. R. Jacobs Conn., enjoyed a trip to Marco be residents of the district for on an enemy or game a
Saturday. which they are candidates. Here- Of Interest to many is a tub
!J t and his nephew and niece, Mr. andaMr REREGISTERContinued
*. Adrian Jacobs. tofore, county commissioners were I specimen of the male papaya plant
Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Rohrer of nominated in the primaries by i and ono of the female.
T[: Mr. and ::J. Carl Hobson Miami were Sunday guests of Mr. ( from Page One) voters of the district which they f
It;and their daughter, Carla Joyce, and Mrs. John Rohrer 'was learned from registration represent although at the general : Free ImmunizationTo
", visited Mrs. Hobson's son, Willard deputies. this week. election they were voted' on by De Given Feb. 23 i
'. Bendershot of the U. S. army air Mr. and Mrs. N. Rhenda o/ South The books opened In the precincts the county aa a whole
on Feb. 2 and will remain open Free Immunization for diphtheria f
.J j corps in West Palm Beach Mon- Miami were guests of Mr. and ;
da)'. Mrs S. Bonanno Sunday. through Monday Mar. I, after for children between the age
which they will be taken to the PLOUGIISIIARESContinued of six months and eight years and)
,, Mrs. W. E. Rheney accompanle4 Thomas Peacock of Flint, Mich office of Carl Holmer, Jr. super vaccination for small pox for allover
by her mother, Mrs. W. P. Parker, arrived Thursday for ten-day visor of registration In the courthouse one year of age will be
?, returned Homestead Wit week visit with Mr. and Mr*. H. J. at Miami. From then until ( from Page One) given Feb 23 In the Neva King
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from Jacksonville. Mrs. Derbyshire.Mr. April 18, voters may register onlyat terest among these are four dif- Cooper the forenoon
Rheney :4Ion'Ci s
bad been in Jacksonville severalweeks the office of Mr. Holmer. ferent members of the Ateurtta I I and Schoeldurng '
Registration places in the Red- or tung-oil Thee the afternoon,
with her mother who Is lit and Mr*. George Harden group are announce t
land District are a follows: Pre considerable Interest due Mn. T. B. Coleman school _
Mr. and Mrs. N. Saow of Lynn, of Miami and their children Roger arouiiiig .u :
Mass, visited Mr. and Mrs. Rhe and Betty, were Sunday guest of .
ney Wednesday Mr. ,and Mrs. J. S. Caves. M/ I
and Mrs. A. B. Sever of Miami
i Mr. end Mrs. E. A. Carter had visited them Thursday.
as guests last Wednesday and f fI w I Ij
Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. L. Blrk of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Coppedgeof I fI
Altoon, Iowa. Rome Ga, and Mrs. Q. Cliett
of South Miami were Friday I
Mrs. Win Manley of Miami, a guests of ;Mr. and Mrs R. J:. I
+ 'former- resident of Homestead I SCott. Miss Shirley Douse and I
;visited friends her Tuesdsy. I Bobby Brandenburg of South Miami -
t were Friday and Saturday
Mr. and Mn. J. R. Hickson of guests at the Scott home.
Naranja have as house guests for I RIGINATORS.
''a few days, Mrs. Hickson's brother Mrs. H. M. Degler Joined Mr.
,and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. ,Degler in Key West Thursday.
,John S. Hickson, of Nathalie, Va
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McCarthnay
,I Mr. and Mrs.: D.: P. Blake of of Tavernier were Monday guestsof
li !South Ails) .tttah Gardens are niierumug Mr. and Mrs. Willis B. Clark
and
*.. Mrs. Blake's sister Mrs I Qutstanding leader of the I
Ruth.sar of Columbus, Ga. Miss Bonnie Myers visited her
;y I I parents, Mr. and Mr*. Wm. E, My. :
, { Mr. >and Mrs Paul Reynolds er*. Friday 'night and Sunday.
.tfjhave as guest for the winter Mr Mrs. Marble Davenport .f.Miami CAR (ON"OOERVATMPLAN'
1 Reynolds mother, Mr*. John F.' also was a Sunday guest
", ;Reynolds of Blackburg, Va., and
.,; JUs sister, Mrs. Quill Word of Mr. and Mrs. H. Cammeron of
..10. ; lsaenburg, Vs. I
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H f resident! of Redland, arrived Mon- UPHOI.STERING Iii .

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:''i.i JAMES ARCHES SMITH j the duration . .To prolong the Bf. of
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.' r t Edward HOSPITAL Sitting has NEWS returned tot I FURNITURE REPAIREDUMBRELLASCANVAS I' your car-to avoid many molar| repair bills iI

Oils horn In Florida City after re-I -to protect your pocketbook-to preserveyour
delving
treatment In the James, f We Call Fw lAd Deliver
,Archer Smith Hospital for three f
4 days. | I Pb Miami I..S motor car transportation. . See your

',! I Chevrolet dealer today for full details of
:Mrs c. B. Wlthauer of Home WORK
stead and Mrs. Claude Dalgl of Chevrolet's original I "Car
l[ t ifouth Allapatteh Garden as* palid -I MIAMI[ OfflRElLA(
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.. -nt* I0>the..bospltaL. I Plan, and keep your car serving' I

... ,. uaUrlOISl1llG CO. ,, trod by keeping ,',It well serviced.rYij"O
., rs Gladys Burrlcbter under-1 INS tX W. Stt Street. 1
went operation in the hospital Miami. FU.TURNER'S .,
.'*. Saturday. A MOM NATION IS A mONO NATIONAl

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FUNERAL DtALItt fOR SERVICE

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BIRD CHEVROLET COMPANY

2i-Hour Ambulance Sees ''''"
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t a Growing with 8o Ui Pad for aver IS year

LADT ATTENDANT The eldest Cbrel* dealer oa FlarMa' East C.*M
Phone 270 Homestead, Fla.
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I WORTHY GRAND'MATRON..MARION. NEEff .' I C. A. OOMMAN HONOUO' fRIENDS.. GIVE PARTY AS 'BIRTHDAY.. '
ON' '
VISITS AL:.ASTRA' CHAPTER OF 0. E.- S. .I, TSsUV'A. .Co BUTRDArC .ma ', seventy-tlilrd. .J : . .- . '. SURPRISE. FOR -MRS,.tL-HODGES". -.'

birthday Lea.celebrated Sunday" '
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A'J' of the Order she: 'Mrs.. Doris Hsyei. vrgaalsf I Mm'T. 'besldea .tiow: :
Astra 'Chapter ; a ,upPer "p JtI liven by Mrs. ;XN Hodges -was1 flvett Preach already-
cf the Eastern Star gave .'banquet Mrs.- Frances Fandry Ruth; Mr*. Coleman for member of the birthday surprise party Tuesday: mentioned weref Mrs Green .'
at Avocado Lodge Friday I IAnni. Stock Esther; Mr. Vera family. Rives, Mn..:A. F. Arthur Mn. ,
afternoon at the home of Mrs.
night In honor of Worthy Grand I" Martha; Mra. Lena SI* Present were: Mr. and Mn. Clear, Built, Mrs. A. .r. ..Darling.Mrs .
Matron Marlon Neeb who had mon, warder; Mn. .Marjorie Walter Thompson, Mr. and Mn. Chat. Pratt by Hn. Pratt, Mr] J. S: Hlckson, Mrs. F, O

come to pay her of'ical visit to I Haines Instructress of District 29; P. D. Ream, Mr. and Mn. Jesse Joel J. Robinson, Mr*. Vane Har. Robinson Nfl J. R. Hlckson Mn,

the chapter. I Mrs Esther Le Cain, representative Coleman, Mr.: and M.... WlUard rls, Mn. H. O, Cronwall Mr*. Carl Lawrence Pope, Mn. 'R. Y. Burr,
the theme of the of Wisconsin; Mrs. Ruth Lewis Mn. J. R. Brooks Mn. H. H.
Patriotism was Miss Eloise Gossman Robinson, Mn. Grace McLellan
Fuzzey. representative of Arizona; I Graham Mn. John Brown Mrs.
dinner and the national colon Misses Wilma Wanda and Willeta
I Smith, Mr.. R. I: Trotter, Mrs.C. .
were used In Uw decoration and Mn.' Cora Raymond, representative Thompson, Miss Mildred Rearm, Frank G. Hathaway Mrs. W. H.
Poinsettias made a beautiful centerpiece of Ontario. Muses Doris and Betty Gossmisn, Ben Plummer Mi A. A. Payne I Owens, Mn. Zeke Martin, Mrs
C and Mrs J. M. Holferty. The W. Y. Bush Mn.' J. G. Welther-
Small American flags Past Grand Matrons Nancye C. K. Common, Dorothy, Ruth and ;
were the favors and red, white and Rickard Angle Jameson Mank and Philip Reams, Bobby and Wayne Valentine theme was carried out ,,ly, Mn M. W. Kent, Mrs. Jack
blue baskets served a* nut cups. Claudia Christen and Past GrandMaster Thompson and Charles Gossman.REDLAVD in the decorations. i Gatlln, Mrs. S. J.'Buah.lira\ ,
Mrs. Neeb was Introduced by Fred Mank were Introduced Amusing and entertaining contests ,Chas. Behrens, Mrs. Ceo. D.
were won by Mrs. Paul Haley -.:Ruehle; Mrs r. J. Haynes; Mn,
Mrs J, W. English, worthy matronOf ,, a* were also 23 worthy W. 8. C. S. TO GIVE
I Mrs. J. A. Ricks and Mn.
the chapter matrons and past matrons and nine BENEFIT DINNER FEB. 23 ;W. A. Blanchard, Mn. Louise
At the meeting in the lodge hallOW worthy matrons and past patrons : Harris. Jones, Mrs' N. Van Geldren, Mrs.
Plans for a benefit dinner
I Mn. Violet conductressof wen Sandwiches, cake, cookies, Wm. Lounibury.\ .. R. N. Herman
grand matron was escorted to Day, grand
I discussed at a meeting of the W.
punch and mints were served by Mn. Geo. M -Frlck \Mn. M.
her seat by six past matrons of Ontario, spoke briefly.) S. C. S. of the Redland *
CommunityChurch the hostesses assisted.
I by Miss M. Black, Mn. Jaa. Raging, Miss
the Homestead chapter, Mn Cus- Jwlches and con were Wednesday afternoon at
lie Joiner Mrs. B. G. Branch M. I Either Rlvlngton. Eula Ray and Miss Agnes Studle).
after the meeting the home of Mn. Frank W. Still- -, .. .
A. R. Livingston, Mn Hart ant at the banquet and' man The dinner will be held I '
Sheffield Miss Helen Livingstonand ig besides those already I Wednesday, Feb. 25, at 6:30 In the ART CLUB MILL MEET I ben Mn. Cleo Lee; Mn. David
Miss Alice Macomber. mess sad were Mr. and Mrd Woman' clubhouse it was de AT THEKKILD9ON HOME Fsederlck. Sr., Mn. W. 1.. Chambers -
The subject of her address' War I I Chat. O. Turner. Mr. and loin W.: cided. Mn,W..F.. 'berklldaon'and her Mn. 'JCraft; Mn. Sick .

the American flag I R. Bird. Mr. and Mn Sam' J. Present at the sister, Miss Elizabeth .M. Hall; will I Mn '-Spear and -Miss'Josephine' -*
Mn. A. R. Meybem, associate I Davis, Mr. and Mn. M. Friend. 1 the Rev and meeting were: entertain the members of tho Pratt.
Mn. W. E.
j Rowell
conductress .presented to her thechapter's Mn. J. A. Daugherty. Mrs. J..DJ Homestead Art Club at the Ther-
Mn. H. J.
Armstrong, Mrs. A. W.
gifts defense stamps Redd, Mrs. R. G Moon Mrs. Hen- i klldson home on Tennessee road W. R. C. 8. CIRCLESTO
January, Mn. A. M.
i Vivian Mrs.
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and (flowers Mn Lloyd Delta sanga ry Brooker, Jr. Mrs. Annie Brook : August Heuer and Mrs. Stillman. and Silver Palm drive Monday afternoon MEET: TUESDAY
solo at 3:30 o'clock. : The W S. C. S. circles of the
er, Mn. Lucy Chapman. Mrs. Herbert -I' ....u._.........._...._...____....._...___. I The -
Grand officers Introduced were: Katz Mrs. Geo. W. Turner, I n mmmm.m.m. 1i guest speaker will be > Homtttead Methodist Church will
Mn, Mabelle Ramey associate Jr., Miss Esther Livingston, The Calendar Rev. Geo.' H. Rick whose subject meet Tuesday afternoon. The

conductress. Mrs Lets McMInn. I ertson Farmer. John Ramey ROb'l ........-?"......-............."..?..-..........- will be "Lessons to be Learned Bolls Bennett Circle will most

chaplain. Mis.. Lois Watson.. mar- I Livingston and Mr. English : Feb 13-Meeting of Princeton From Religious Art. Mrs. Ceorg- with Mrs J. L. Ballard; the Perl
-- Home Demonstration Club at homeof Wright will give a reading and Davis Circle; with Mrs. J. W

AMERICAN MUSIC IS PROGRAM THEME Mrs L. C. Smith. Mm Thrrklldson will) exhibit English; and the Marian Fleltas
I 1 paintings. Circle with Mr Casper Williams

AT MEETING OF MONDAY MUSIC CLUB Clio FebMeeting at home of Mrs.of Annie Garden R. The Outlook Circle will meet
: Butler MISSIONARY WORKER Tuesday evening at 8 oclock at'
I II TALKS TO SOCIETYMrs. I the home of Mn. L C. Dodd.
American music was the themeof that composer, \Mrs. Lewis Brandenburg Feb. 16 Social
: meeting of the J. Sick, resident hostess of
the program presented at amf'.tinlt I ; biographical sketch of Junior I
t of tlc Monday Music Club' the life of McDowell. Miss Berth I Woman' Club. a mission home at Winona Lake I, Mr. and Mr Paul Reynolds entertained -
l Feb. 18-Meeting of HomesteadArt Ind., was the speaker at a meeting at dinner
Tuesday evening -
this week at the home of Mrs Mill Hausman duets
; piano "The
Club at home of Mn. W. F. of the Woman's,Foreign Missionary 'I Mf; and Mrs Tom Qulllam.
Cljrcncf Gray in Redland. The I Dragon Fight" (Hoffman) and I
'numbers Therklldson. Society of the Homestead Nazarene Mr. and Mn. H. Q McConnell
program were: two piano "Canzonetta" (Godnrd), Mn. W.
solos, Scutllnh Tone Poem" ( B Mills and Mn. J. D. Redd. Feb. 17-Meeting of HomesteadW. Church Feb. S In the church I and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Brown
Dowell) and "When Mc.1 Current events were given by Mrs , S. C. S. circles Mn. R. H, Spear spoke on Nazar.] all of Miami and Mn. Quln Word,

Gone" (Lee Sims) by Mn. Bevo J. W. English and Mra E. L. Law Feb. 17-Meeting of HomesteadP. ene mission work In Africa. I.I Mn. John F. Reynolds and Geo.
Webb; biographical sketch of the I I rence. T A. executive committee.Feb Present were:'Mn. N. L. Cham- Amman of Trenton, N. J.

life of Carrie Jacob Bond and II The hostesses, Mrs. Cray, Mn. 17-Meeting of Gleaners
vocal solo. "Fog/t-me-noU", by I I Carl Wagner and Mn. Wm. Mus- at'home of Mn. A. E.-Paul. I

leluhtte served ft refreshmentcourse. Feb. 17-Redland P. T. A. executive

DATE OF BARK DANCETO , committee meeting
BE ANNOUNCEDMrs. I Feb. 18-Homestead P. T. A.
Other present were: Mn. C.
Geo. H. Fitzpatrick, general Hagler Rice Mrs. S. L. West, Mn. Founder* Day program. Saturday Is
Feb. 18-Redland P. T. Founders .
I chairman of the barn dance Geo. A.
\M. Frick, Mn. R. E. Edwards,
which will be put on by the Junior Mrs. Frank Hausman Mn. Gof'donIvey Day program.
Woman's Club of Homestead Feb. 24-Business and social
announced Mn Lloyd DelU Mrs. Vane Valentine'sDay
that the dance will be Harris, Mrs, A. M. Logan Mrs meeting of the Homestead Wom-
an's Club at 8 o'clock.
given as soon after the festival as J. G. Logan. Mn. B. E. Catlin.
possible I Mrs. Lonnie L. Hood. Mn M, M.: Feb. 29-Dinner meeting of University
The'social meeting of the club \Massey. Mn. A. .W Hutchinson, Club at home of Mn. W.
will be held at o'clock Monday Mm J. E. Elder Mn J. Tom U Sawyer at t p. m.

night In the clubhouse, announce Vann, Mrs. ,:t.: H. Collier Mies': Feb. 25-Benefit dinner of Red-
the hostesses, Mrs. Augustus Julian H. Webster, Mn. Howard land W S. C. S. at Redland Wom
i Wynn. Mr*. E. A. Buchnnan and Johnson and Jtr Frank Webb an's clubhouse at (JO o'clock
I Mr. F. B. Greene. -..

I The Rev. and' Mrs. Ceo. E. Deuel 10, r
1 HONESTY II THEMEOF and the' R.v and Mn. A. M. r(
W. M. I';; PROGR.Uf"Honesty" Vivien were entertained at dinner

was the theme of Sunday at the home of Mn and
program presented by Circle Threeof Mn. Wm. 'Dunlop in MiamiShores. Aa
the W M. U of the Fint Bap. j I
tint Church of Homestead at a C
general meeting .a.,ewe.eRe
Tuesday fter-:

noon Taking In the part church.on. the program I I I (

were Mn. J. Lee Smith, Mrs. T.I . ''
fake her box. of. :
C Shackle/ord Mn G. I. Gault' r; a :

and Mrs. R. E Edwards. I I 7 .JI -1\ J

The monthly business and social I "SE ."ES"I I 'VIIIT IAN'S CANDIES

meeting of the Gleaners Class of ,) .' "Nerves" are not just jittery 1
the First Baptist Church of Home. I' "i" ,.,\ ... tempeiament from it Nerves,
i stead will be held Tuesday at the In reality, cause many NORRIS' CANDIESGALES'
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I Iee '
I home of Mrs A. E. Paul on N. E. un.uspectedlLet us .lImenl'l .:,
I Thirteenth street show you plainly, what a '
i .1aatln13 woes of(aqull1ea1 nerve I* and what lie N
'I A business and social n-. with the health If 1 CANDIES
j upon seek health
meeting of, you ,
'l I _Ier'IDIthod . C oI,
the Woman Club of Homestead' why not seek It in Chiropractic, i .
sod eom/ortoblel/ ;
I} will be held Tuesday. Feb. 24, \Mrs. where so many have rediscovered ':-.
1L K Foulk, president announces. Wfar"d1t bodily wen-being? I I ., 25cto$3.50 .

1 The business meeting was ..postpontd HOURS .1 ;:
because \f'fhe festival. I ,
: / 9311to121te431Ito. ITaesday ... . ; .I
The ftomestoad P. T. A" I .1 .;
win :
.. *: ':31 U U: I to :.USsmdan
; lave its annual Founder' Day tie .....u...- I DIXIE DRUG
program nest Wednesday. Mrs. ........ W'_ by Appointment, .

WI B. Mill to arranging the program ALICE'S BEAUTy JACK: FOLK HOWARD JOILNSOM

-SALON- Dr. R. J. Elliott Homestead fla. Ffccae* M and tltlv

The Redland P. T. A. will meet cimontACTot I
Wednesday evening for Its Founder' 1S-1& mattes AneaeM I
'AreMo
lIeCrart
= aaw.eL o.-Op ew .
Day Program The exec u-
tive committee! will meet Tuesday ?boom Jet rtMwe 2IlWUOMLSTEAD. I

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Priday elbena: :18rl942.': HOMESTEAD LEADER-AND ENTERPRISE ': . I . ... *. Paee'Setcrf -
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.;ko; &rtaitnH"nts' fM>ah4aaIl *nd.Huis JndlrecUycontribute Indoor and Outdoor'Work

'., F : ; '.400:Treft fdr.Scoata 1-.food! supply. tot oof WiUon's JoU I- Judged'in 4-H Contests :CLASSIFIED ADS: f

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.Ttelr stgttt Tor'ttie-7mmedllite : :
: TV: Tout hundred native tree have future Include further develop The' Girls' 4-rTCIub 'booth at'the

,*. been planted lit 4he new Girl above festival Is'filled with samplesoE'rwing.coolitng Uft Flout loans.. 104 a few; subsequent uuerttw :
ment of tfo
; J park Ja Flake Manor thnf acVvItiesand and garden !
/jkoul ; I4
n t..ent.of the #r cxds , : Bvpervlatt & or-
yalreek..urddr-tths of :JII't'.
. t & the county park department,...61e1'f. -.0" crap |n< rperin9 'DIe prlodlltJfor 4 101- 0; ow ..... '

., R. J ft headed by A..D, Barnes. hP of theirjuice bbotIi'1 lows: j' FOR R NT' r. LOANS i
. I. K sales at the festival in national I
.Ihis brings the number planted
First r..lst.
Costae
Marian
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defense-bonds Membe..lftl'thatthey ye
, TQRMSlltU"bousE.Mrs: Irene ;
1 jf: to 850 reports Judson Strickland LOANS TO MODCRTCtZC,
ot Redland Gloria Sage, of
; 2nd.
are making a double contri- I:
SharkUn Florida City (pf-13) '
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who It! directing the work. REPAIR AND REMODELS
Redland 3rd Avis
oj.
; tjnderwood
bution with their sale of fruit and I 1
y. Increasing Interest In the unique Grove, Residential and Business
Redland. FURNISHED ROOM
for rent Mrs
j vegetable Juices at the festival. In '
. :5 man-made hammock Is being Property are available through 4
,,1 '. that they are dispensing whole. Second year 1st, Betty Irene; L. T. Proctor. Over Better Food
; local residents BROOKER LUMBER CO. INC
shown by .
111'l some refreshment to.the public Simmons of Homestead;, 2nd, Elena Store (N14-U)
: 'F Mrs. Frank Skill Girl Scout Suggestions:
and Investing the sale proceeds in Strickland of Homestead, Srd;
If bin, and co-operation Is FOR SALE Add extra rooms or porches !
national defense.As Marllou Harris of Redlaixd.
>.11n given by the county caP-1 i New roof and other repairs .
stoners and park department usual In the past, the members Third year-Isi, Evelyn Goss- 50,000 TOMATO plants. ArthurMayyiSaranJa Convert garage Into apartment .1

fl Fred Fuchs, local plant have entered a number of man of Redlsnd; 2nd, Margaret ) . 147 tH-20) I Convert house Into duplex apisMONTHLY k
exhibits In the festival and have
-f ast and explorer, has been bring.C Gaby of Redland; 3rd, Lillie Littleof ( PAYMENTS
I- won a goodly number of prizes Homestead. BEARING kumquat trees, tangelos
Ing In plants from hammocks and $100 18 mo. repay 1598 mo.

r. nearby keys. but the total .amount Is not yet Fourth 'ear-2nd, Ruth Burum 'and limes. Mrs. Chas. Camp, $1000, 38 mo.-repay $31.94 mOo

i* Labor Is financed by the scout known. Also, the chapter has of Homestead. 'E. Bauer dr. Phone. 582-M-2. $1000 80 mo.-repay $21.67 mo.
again co-operated with all other
.1 troop. Dade Fifth year-2nd, Katherine KeN f.f6-20) $5000, 60 mo-repay $10833 mOo
County chapters In preparing

an outstanding F. F. A. exhibit Iy of Homestead.First 1931. Model A Ford and glade Loans Can Be Secured j

i" Radio Evangelist Will In the festival, which features yesr canning-Srd, buggj", guns, steel traps, two To Modernize and Repair

t Preach in Florida City home garden possibilities tine Worth of Perrine. Chrl'-I glade skiffs. Sacrifice prices. \ LEASED OR MORTGAGED

.{ .; and canning of surplus products Second year canning-2nd Simmons, Future Farmer Club I PROPERTY i

Evangelist L. S. Hoover ot TI- for home use, and draws attentionto Wysong of Redland. house, Homestead. ,

\ onesta, Pa., will conduct a ten- the objectives and activities of -First year baking-1st, Jc TWO BIG LOTS with variety of i I Loans for NEW CONSTRUCTIONof .
Commercial Buildings are also
the F. F A.BAND t ;
day evangelistic convention in the Thompson of Redland. j
fruit trees, 7-room residence .
available on MONTHLY PAYMENT
..01t Florida City Free Third year baking-2nd, Chlrs- In' the heart .'Of I i PLAN through Biooker

Church from Feb. 11 till Tam-1 tine Worth. f
announces COLLECTS PAPER Homestead. Bargain price 1.1 I Lumber Co.Wayside .
Mrs. Edith M.
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Members of the Homestead High Display of vegetables-1st. Llllie reasonable terms. See Sid Stand, Barns, Gasoline ,
blyn, pastor of the church. Little of Homestead and Ethel Kendrick Justice .f>1 the Peace,I
School Band are still collectingold Stations, Utility Bldg. Tourist
3:30 Services and 7:30 will be held at 10:30, newspapers and magazines, for I Mikell of Redland; 2nd, Bennie Odd Fellows BId,.i Homestead Cabins, Real Estate Office, Garage I.

Mr. Hoover daily.Is a nationally I sale, announces Mrs. Adrian Jacobs Fay Williams of Redland; 3rd, ..I ,. --.1"l ,. (J-23U Poultry Buildings, and various

t president of the Hand Patrons Elene Strickland. other Industrial and commercial .
known radio speaker whose sermons I DOORS, windows, screens, second-
of flowers 1st Avis buildings are eligible Inside or
Association. Display ,
hand Callat
are brief, logical and scriptural ; galvanized sh'ngles.
said Mrs. Tamblyn.The I I Persons who have papers they Underwood; 2nd Bennie Fay Williams Eva Collins' home In Modello outside city limits.MONTHLY .

will give to the band are requested ; 3rd, Virginia Hooker of it PAYMENTS
public Is invited to attend. noon.
...... i to telephone Mrs. Jacobi Homestead. $100, 18 mo.-repay $5 118 mOo
"" ---i who will ice that. the papers are PLANT8-ptpper., cabbage and $1000, 38 mo.-repay $31.94 mOo

REDLAND F. F. A. : collected. NOTICE NAME UNDER LAW FICTITIOUS collards. Marler's Plant Farm, $2500, 36 mo.-repsy $7985 mo.

By George locate Reporter NOTICE 18 HHifcHY GIVEN that the 1497 :_IP. .Main.._n, St.': .. Lakeland. _rii_. ,
j i iderahmed. dmlrine; to oniraro In bimlnoM I ITRII. i We also have F. H. A. LOANS ,

his' ATTEND TAMPA FAIR under, FLORIDA the fktltloua CITY.name Ft of A RITZ.. InUnda THK A-toretIMor FOR SALE-Baby guineas--] I for New Homes payable monthly i

President Donald Grafe and :, Homestead High School was represented !', the' oak name with the. Circle ol months old. SOc each. Helen 'over 20-25 years I II

fellow officers are doing a good on Future Farmer Dayat the Circuit Court. of Dade County, Florida Whiting Ferreyra, Roberta road ,
i 1 H. FARMKR
Job of leading their membership. the Tampa fair by Ceo. N. IFTHA MARIK FARMER. just north of Avocado drive. i I We furnish ideas, estimates and I

in making some worth-while contributions -1 Wakefield, teacher of vocational .1... ... SO, 1'.... 4. la. 11421 (aS-tf) ,'materials
i There Is no obligation In discussing -
to national defense this
agriculture, and three Future NOTICE NHFR FICTITIOUS
I NAME Law III TOE CIRCUIT COURT or THE 11TH I your needs with us Phone
the majority I
although great
year, Farmers, Norman Ernst, John NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOB DAnK ''or
of the members are not yet of I Little and Sam Biondo, who went ........... desiring to ...... In bnilnraitulvr COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY call. We'll gladly exp'aln the
. ALVA R DK OAKMO plaintiff, ... service.BROOKER.
the futltlnui of MIDWAY
name
service To date they '
military age. ,I Friday and returned Sunday night THEATRE PFRRINE, FLA. I....... Soroel.tar BLANCHE MORRISON DK GARMO. Dofndnnt.
have.collected about two tons of, Redland High School was represented the. laid name with tho Cloth of I LUMBER co.
waste and a like amount of the Circuit fool ol Dade County' FlnrMaBody NOTICE TO APPEAR
paper by M. A. Baker, vocational I. H. FARMER TO BLANCHE NORKIMON PE OAR- Phone 61 Box IIS

scrap Iron, and a majorityof. the, agriculture teacher and: /Ls. ... 10. F.... t. N. II.U MO, 1417 Ii:. Nth SUrort South, Bait Lake I Homestead Fla.

members own and are buying Willard Thompson, Future Farmer. CHr A ..k Utah for ,director has boss tit.S ... ..t _
j more defense stamps and bonds. roe In UK. Circuit Court of the Fkmnth. I--MISCELLANEOUSAVOCADO
I Judicial. Circuit lo and for Dado County.
Also most of the members have
NOTICE: OP APPLICATION FOB Florida, by ALVA B. DK GARMO. You _
Increased their poultry flocks andenlarged I It TAX: DIED ..no ..,aired to file tour apoaraiK 'rihvirto LODGE rooms and
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the home gardens to provide -: Chapter :"A.::. of "M I IR and answer hi Sold protofdlnira. on or
before 1'.17 lard INS otherwise' the. bath, meals. Modern home ..ur.roundlna. -
l .additional home-grown foodNOTICE hCll HEREBY GIVEN that I .1..tIono 01 sold bill of samplaint willbe .. reasonable. Redland
IIa ,. holder of state and taken so eonfroovd by
r County Tn Certificate No ISIu. rued : posit rd, Biscayne dr. Phone 684-W.
or APPLICATION FOR Fender WorkPAINTING b further ordered that this order bpukllohid > I
the. Sri dot at Av..... A.' D. IMS. been OIMO a mk for tows rooovotlnwaokt to nU-tf
''I i ch yter TAE)7467.Act'DEED of. 1914. flied Same ll ..>, film and baa mad apBltealtoo. In the l_drr It........... a nowoDanrr -
File Aa1M's for a UI deed to bo baordthmon. Published In Mid County n4 & Said. CortlfloaM anteroom the
.t Mliml node Counly WANTED
1I.Ir ,bolder is HEREBY el auto GIVEN and Count that Tax H followln/ oMrrlbrd property In the. County Uw |Kh day gO J....", lIMf Florida.Ihk I' ,
> ot Dado. State of Florida, lo-wlll _
Oenfleoto "0. 1MM. brad the Ird! day I Uu II and IS. Block 9. bo VIew. o. B. LIATHKRMAN.
Clerk Circuit Court, Dado C..ty. llorloa WA.'ED0 boys' bicyclesI
of Autmt, A. D. IM1, kH filed aanw Inor .
fubda.. Flat Book
Park And. rial a
er'... end baa made application for IT Pan /90. In tho County of Dado SEAT COVERSUPHOLSTERY I II By R. H.IM 8irr M>' Cloth, Jr, I I cheap. Mr C. Hjjlcr Rice, N.
a tax deed. to be boned thereon. Bald OrUfktto .
embraeei.tne. followlM deeerlhedproperty sate of Florida.Tno MORROW. MA\r: tUTTOHMn W. Second live., Homestead.
atMunmt of said. proper under ...
LIT
A. Plaintiff
\. the. Bounty of Dado, Slaw of th. toldflmte. was la tko home ofV"unkoViald .. ... (1-30U)
Florida. towltrLot I I I (J. (I. '0. F. '. IS, IMI

( *. Block 101. Coral Cables RI..- ortlflrato' .hall bo redomedaroordlnl All Work GuaranteedMs rt1'1RI'IIJ WANTED
NOTICE OF APPLICATION! nigh
ere IM. tin No. .. Rovhed a /ubd.. law tko. property deorrlkrdIhenln
put Hook M, Peru II. Ill the Countyof will to be sold to tho. kwheat bidderat I! FOR HUT TAX-Am DEKICtiapkrr of> IM school and trade school subject

.-' Dade. Stale of of Florid under the. Court Woo door on the. tint I "/". A-ilU f Mrs. *'. J. Armstrong A. Dlu .,
Tb mid
ameioiicit property In tho month of April IMI. which. I
Monday NOTICE!: If HEREBY: .VIN that Karl
the Mid errWflrato In the of ? Ire and
nu MM I ta the. sib day of April "U. Dated this mer i Country
Jnarph and LoiM.roand .
*- I.Unleae Knot saw Co..eertlflrau IM shell to ;......: "1 101k day of Fabruary, Ittt. Paint Pseud, t= t.el .i.:;a Star C;.'t .0"1.
Meordlai lo law, tIM property, described. Clerk : ShopTHEBESTBUYinSleepingComfort County Tat ('rtlf>..l* J. './I Io.r. -- -

,. .. madrapvlkatkm IMI. CLEAN: RAGS WANTED WIlt .
the Court Haw door the tint
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". Monday ot III the Month of April 1O4L.whl.bIn I Circuit Coart tealFab. By N. C. ; fnr a tax dor4 bo r .! i t exchange subscription or advw
,ihrroon. SaM CortlTlrato'owbrar
wtolbwlol I Lender
the Sib day of April IMS. Dated theE tlsmy t lor Citran max.
rf. Mar S
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der.nod nruoorty fo the. --....
ink day of February.r.: B. f'UTRERJUI'I.1I. I at.....;glat,'of Florida lo-wltl i I i Enterprise

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Leader County Florida 'I to Hnm..tro\'IM.H1I <'Ol' ?fH
V By N. 0. BTERRET. D. C; i Ii Hook t. ..... 'U. In the. County of AND FOR Danl rnl'NTT, FLORIDA,
CI1t Court 5w1 . Dado. Slato of Florida. I IN PRORATRNn.
u' IFM. N. 10. n .... C. 11411' i Th aojoamifnl of SaN bronorty undVr lI.nIN
I tko Mid. orrtirioiu urao la the. Same ofTlMndurui RE I EITA1K or tt, W. Mill,LINU,
I SPRING-AIR MATTRESSES BalUr 1 ;d'am'THR "
Unlw meld rortlflrato ahall W wm.daroordlai i iI flT'TB nr .t..mA I
. 1 d P I NOTICE Oor F".ATK
at $29.50 and $39.50 therein will ... ...w to Uw hHjImt bidder TO _1.1. PFNiUINS IMTKRr-rlTFD: |"
at the Court Haw dnor on Ibo firs Mon.doy THE prATE OF SAID DMUlrNTIiMtrmooM : :
EXPERT i In the. month of ....h. till which Yen an .....k. entitled that a eeriness
Box Springs to match at same price I k the fad day of ._h. 142 pna orthw to bo the loot will
Dated this Seta day of 100....", 1041. and to.U MM of Mid dr.,dmt baa ....a.admit" .
K. LEATHERMAN. to ........ In sold Court. Von
BARBERING : Furniture Co. Clark of ClrruM Court IHdr Cminly FlaBy 'ISM MOM roatmondid. within all .....*
Smith-Graves N C. ntRRETT D. C. .dir atoi-thr ..m the. date of the first
ClreoH Court S..I. publication this aotko to' apOMr I.
<;... tl. M./ob.J.IS, 11m Md, Court fid .10.... mar. If any you
Halrcrt ._ .__ ... TV I Phone 248-J Horn-stead -' Iran. why Ik' *-.... of ..Kl Court M oIrHthw
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DISTRE SALE I l aid sell K. I t lit t :I -*
Blur _.__ agepl' Nand a .........
I In the Court to tt Jr -Dw_ f the tr r ':.A' K>ii.
6Bampoe'. (Plata):.. ..__ _---e 540 Peace !Frvrtk Plfrlci. DoCs t I Coo ./. ....
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f rapae (Medicated).... . tSe "OMC.Binrt.va!: TIME! CeaF* rlcto. I I|1 1'L4D'V.: 9' IVAN Clorb.rift .

nuan to buy that Hom.Ownclon.t ...."%.J>t .# t*'. nid, tlrdda a
\ lie Whereas writ of JIItta h" ithi ,
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ago ._- ,* Jan. .... A. OJ. 1. t.
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Facial .. . ?.... . tie delay. Ee- I ben issued ', theca-t it *.n.I I ja tl .... Fie. 4 and '' ItJJTI
lucnuai realty U moving-ad- L. J. Rnman. plainUff.t.. R. -
t.kl rack ......__._ 75eCeonWaalrta vancing. New construction costs I 11,1 j : .TirR Fit T/flort'a
i Rives, defendant for unpaid house I xA 1.I.
7STeal lire rising. Choice Home Bargains NOTICE la MYY: GIVEN that the
household
Y r rent one lot of good f MoWiwnedL desiring lo ....... la ..../_
w _ __. _. .. sac still on our lists,-eoon covered by said attachment will I undrr the flrtlMnoe amof BUNNY
o. will be out-of-market 'out ..lInVII NrnitKriKo. t-t..d u fototee
M.dacbe 1tJ- . - ....- Me be sold to the best ants I..."ten tt tan. -%.. OMetib aW .,.... the Ch
; : 11pyR of adll'-ID all probability Udder on Monday, Mata It, In'|,.. .Inw\ of Hi *,.r -". No.FDDIE .
Thrift and wisdom both, : l ,.II....
say
front of.the ) 3ce trf tbe pace 1 t O. W. CA lok IN"

. BUSH'SBarbcrShop, . . So "Phone v* About Bar.m.Uto't -.> rout slum In Home-fAd, l"t.DLMd . &Jew_le, !.. tL 1 :/e.r'nr

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ms rt HomeaHa Fla.' .. P o. ...,.to thx 1 miroblo...... Or wo
MM III the CI_' Court lt ot oM
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s .EDWARD .STUJNGBALTO S. U KENDR1CK ..+-v. ,......., Slat. 111.PAULIKC a .II Chamtorn
ter Ants elements Justice <>f the Peace'I' .. _ ._ / w atf tot aabrrt ....
: : jt ,,"'Q: . JIe 1 bwr.a.e Fourth District; end r_-, a. "'._. and .ban ban ..Rawawasseles

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.' Page Eight HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE' Friday, February 13, 1942Women's .

-lit, Mr*. Fritz Jackson; 2nd, ![were held 'Thursday St
Shows Thrift HELD
Department 1, Mn. Byrd Hardy; 3rd, Mrs. Gosa-! INSPECTOR en's Episcopal Church at
I man. Grove. The body wa steph.1'1
Garments and Household
: "Linen"jreatvlll White embroidered guest towel IN CRASH FATALTO a receiving vault at '\
v Ut Mr /aekaon; 2nd, Mrs. Webb. Park cemetery at Miami to
visitor show either D. Eakar won third prize for I Handcraft (special award)-lat, final dlapositran. Turner funeral
surprise or Incredulity when Mrs. alack made from discarded trou Mn. R. L. Hobson. .11!AMI AN HEREOne Home had charge of arrange '
J 'T. K. KIrby or her assistant, Mr*. sers. Painted plaques-lit, Mrs. Catterlin leave his parent, McAf i
and Mn. W. M. Casterlin of Coooout .'<
.A. D. Smith explain that the, The prize for thrift furniture Webb; 2nd and 3rd, Mrs Robert man la dead and three Grow.DEATIf. i,
Mon garment for I girl-drete, were awarded to Mrs. A. D. ;
Aluminum picture-lit, Mn. A. other are in hospital a* a result
firm suit and ahorta--on display Smith for an upholstered nail-keg D. Smith. of an automobile collision\ that 1
In the women'i department: Chair for a child for a blasting-
occurred on the Federal highwaya
Hand painted pictureMrs.Gossman. ENDS
anade from five-cent sugar Mcki. cap upholstered footstool and lock abort distance north of Avocado
Thee garment won lor Mr*. box. and for a what-not made of Cocount article--2nd, Mrs. Rob- drive shortly after midnight Saturday (Continued from Page One) i
Smith tint prize la the thrift spool and scraps of wall board _
erta.
clothing clas II Other award in the women'i I Italian clay-1st, Mrs. Andy Ter. F.ta1l1lnjured was W. H. Cat- the noon half-hour aa Is customary)
The dress, mode by Mn. Smith, department were a* follows: burg. terM, 32, a Coconut Grove schoolteacher on the William Bra project wrtj" '
It trimmed In multicolor striped Quilts, pieced-1st. Mrs. E. H. I Two apron*-lit, Mrs. A. E. driver of a car in which nesses Mid Phillip was called*
print and has glass buttons of I Gallahitrtnd, MrsTfttiak Webb; Smith, 3rd, Mrs. C. E. Hart passengers were Bob Boyer, 28,I to help with another machine to"J
matching hue The total COlt of I I 3rd Mn.'<::.lIah.r.0"I r' Trays-1st and and, Mist Bertha former resident of Homestead and !Hicks, who was swamper, or helper -
the dress la listed at thlrty.flv'l Quilts, appliqued-1st, Mrs I Mil Havsman; 3rd, Mrs. R. E.Wlttenw'ler. now a Miami attorney, and Edward I for Phillips, wa not missed.,
cent The gym suit hat green Gallaher; 2nd Mn. Adelaide Mayo Grubbs, 22, another Mia- Returning to his own tractor PhilUp -.
stripes and the shorts are dyed I ; 3rd. Mrr. Bertie Lee ftndnewt.. I Charm strings-1st, Mn. Earl mlan. Casterlin, suffering fractures I got In the driver' teat speeded '
blue. Crocheted bedspread-1st, Mrt Martin; 2nd, Mn. A. E. Smith; of both leg and of the pelvis I the motor ,to prevent stalling it.
Mn. C. D. Eaker'a entries In this Clara Vihlen; 2nd, .Mr*., E. L. I,3rd, Mn. Frank Hausman. died in the and started off. He had
group the aecond prize Stream; 3rd, Mn. Jesaei-Gossman.Crocheted I Other tropical decorations-Ist, Smith Hospital Monday .fternoon'l about 15 feet when Hocks' body
consist of a bo,'* sport .w.rd'i I luncheon acts-1st, Mn. Hausman; 2nd, Barbara Jean Boyer and Grubbs crushed and mangled by teh|
a man' shorts and an Mrs. E. 1., Martin; 3rd, Mrs. Sarah. I Smith; 3rd, Mn. Robert*.- ous body laceration ,cleated caterpillar treads wa :
ered apron.Third .mbrold-I Pinder. I Special hand work--1st, Mn. I A patient in custody of county covered. He lived only a ,
prize for tack Crocheted chair tett-1st, Mrs Gossman; 2nd, Mr*. Roberts; 3rd authorities at the Kendall hospital I I minute *
went to Mrt. A. E. a D L. McKenny; L. Q. Mr. Webb.In I I. Ceo. G: Davis, 28, of West Witnesses Included Curtis Smith?
act of garment for a child-dreit Oliver; 3rd, Mrt. C.tMJil.: I the food division of the wom.I Apartments, Homestead a fruit 1 I Witnesses included Curtis Smith,*:
slip and pantlet. Crocheted doily tet-lit, Mrs en'. department the prize list Inspector, who wa driving the John R. Walker and Thomas Tur-f
Equally surprising It the display C. D. Eaker; 2nd Mrt. A. D. I I reads: car that collided with the Caster I ner-aO fellow worker of Hlcks.1in
of beautifully made and Smith; 3rd, Mrs. Pinder. Baked goods, banana bread- lin car. Davis sustained a broken addition to "Phillips, who wail*
smartly trimmed household "lin Afhan-ht, Mn, P. S. Staple I lit, Mn J. A. Rotherham; 2nd, arm.All I visibly shaken by the horror of
en" made from lack Mn. R. L. ton; 2nd| Mr*. Glenn Bui t ; Mrs. Wlttenwyler. four men were brought to 'the accident, and Lee Hunt, section <
Hobson got tint prize on her Other! f-ocheted: artlcfc iJst, Whole wheat bread-1st, Mn. J the James Archer Smith Hospitalby foreman of the gang In which .
entries-hand decorated baby Mn. Viftyrsj 2nd. Mrs j flattie I L. Hickson; 2nd, Mn. Rotherham. Turner ambulances. Boyer the men worked. "LHunt *
quilt, luncheon let and tea towel Montgomery; 3rd, Mn. C. Dak- Whole wheat roll*-1st, Mri. and Grubbs were removed to the I said he had known Hick
Mrt. A. D. Smith got second I Hickson. county hospital because of lack of 'since June, 1941, on other 'ob.:k
place with: pillow cases made er.Tufted bedspread-1st, Mrs. Light fruit cake-1st, Mr. Roth. accommodation at Homestead Hick came here nine day ago to
from chicken feed sacks, teed bean Fred Suber; 2nd, and 3rd, Mn. erham. and Davit was later removed to work on the aqueduct His body,
sacks and twill sugar sacks; all Andenon. I Angelfood cake-1st, Mn. Roth- Kendall at the request of the sheriff I was to be shipped by Turner Funeral ,
charmingly hand trimmed; tea Crocheted rugs-lit, Mrs. B. Vi erham. office. Home to Okmulgeei Okla, for:'
towel from meal sacks; a block vien; 2nd, Mrs. Fritz Jackson; 3rd, [ Devil' food cake-1st. Mn. The two automobile collided J burial. His father and mother, d
printed luncheon cloth from bait- Mn. Vivien. Rotherham. head-on, with the Davis car he.cJ-1 Mr. and Mr*. R. M. Hick, live la .
cry flour sacks; 'a tied and dyed Hooked rugs-1st, Miss Josephine White layer cake-1st, Mrs. 'ed south and that of Caaterlin nearby Council Hill, Okla.
luncheon set from meal sacks; anda Pratt; 2nd, Mrs. Mae King; Rotherhara. :headed north, and Davit' car o* I Hicks wa the first fatality to
dyed shoe bag from two sugar 3rd. Mn. A. J. Van Marter. Cookie*-2nd, Mn. Eaker. the wrong aide of the highway.A be suffered In the laying of the ,
..cll.. I Tufted rug-2nd, Julia Ann Lee. Fudge-1st, Mn. C. L. Neil; 2nd, I coroner' Jury wn Impanelledby 12-mlle water line to Key West,
Mrs. A. E. Smith got third prize Hooked pillows-lit, Mn. Virgil Mr*. Eaker and Mn. Hickson; 3rd, Justice of the Peace Sid L. work on which started about six :
for a decorated bath set, yellow, Lyon; 2nd Mrs. Lyon; 3rd, Mrs. Mrs. Rotherham. Kendrick following the death of ,week ago ;
trimmed cut-out embroidered pillow Brownie Bronkow, Divinity-1st, Mn. Eaker; 2nd, : Casterlin but will have to await 1 i
slip and tea towel trimmedwith Knitting; other articles-1st, Mn. Hicksoa I recovery of the three survivors Remember Pearl Harbor) He* ;
appliqued vegetable designs. Mn. Jesse Cowman; 2nd, Mrs.. C. Coconut candy-1st, Mr Eaker; I before the Inquest can be com- member It every pay day Buy i
The renovated clothing exhibit I E. Hart 2nd, Mn. C. L. NeiL pleted. U. 8. defense savings bond and *
also astonishes the visitor who hat I Funeral service for Catterlin stamp .
Knitted sweater-lit, Mrs. A. D. Crystallized fruit (special)-
never realized that a man't worn Smith. Mn. Dave Kufeldt. r
trousers may be tut ned Into a I Iwomln' Colored embroidery luncheon Crystallized c.ndy-ht Mrs. I tenwyler,. . ..
skirt and hit old coat I' set*-1st, Mrs. Webb; 2nd, Mn. I Hobson; 2nd, Mn, Rotherham; i C.rroll-Jat, Mrs. Wysong; 2nd,I {
may be recut to make her a Jacket. Mae French; 3rd Mr. Fred Su I 3rd, Mr*. Hickson. Mn. Wlttenwyler. ,...
The blue ribbon In this group I I Jelly-1st, Mn 'Jackson; 2nd, Pickles-1st, Mn. Wlttenwyler. ,
la awarded to Mr*. A. D. Smith ber.Colored embroidery pillowcases Mn. J. D. Wytong; 3rd MnRotherhint. : ChlckelBt, Mrs. R. H. Milli- 1
for a gray flannel sport suit made -lit, Mr Suber; 2nd, Mn. man. 1
from a suit discarded by her hut- Gordon: Ivey; 3rd Mn. Jas. Robert Marmalade-1st, Mn. Rother- The baked and canned entries
band. The cloth has given 10 years *. ham; 2nd, Mr*. Jackson; 3rd, Mn. were Judged by Mist Eunice Grady -
of service to Ita two wearers. She Colored embroidery guest towels Wysong. county home, demonstration
also got second prize on a coat -lit, Mrs. Gossman; 2nd, Mrs. Canned string bcsns-1st, Mrs. agent, and the sewing, by MiA
made from two pairs of discarded Webb; 3rd, Mn. Robert Gordon Ivey: 2nd, Mr. Wysong; Bertha Nlll Hausman and Miss
trousers. The total cost of the White embroidered luncheon 3rd Grletge Terburg. Allle Ferguson, home economics
coat-for lining, button holes and et-1st, Mrt. E. L Martin. Tomatoes-1st, Mn. Wysong; teachers of Redland and Homestead -| l
buttoni-wat 50 cent Mrs. C. White embroidered pillow case 2nd, Mn. Hlckson: Std, Mrs. Wit- high schols. | f
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HELP THE DEFENSE PROGRAM I Th.Increases vale:ai ol telephone\Mere 1 telephone tervte'I


futicriker are a Jd*j. Daring

the past two year alone, a Ml J
gain .f almost 290,000 tales

e 16 is .phones. wa male! I* the area
served by Souther Bell T., "

wake. entitle' this niyrece '

New Potatoes are now being dug. Lay in a supply for the ".n," Increase In telephone. 1

has re...;rt4I..) tnd'ihiref*.

summer and save hauling back from the North later. These J nearly.Uar. cad eae a kvne'r eel taxrene**' .Millie.f I

Mere than 6,000 new .],

locally grown potatoes will keep until July or August stored .ti Ay.*, making a Mal ft 2f!,:*
e r"5t.ar >4 ..(... ..**... !
wtW SkrttWrti fteUT -

in a cool dry place. Buy a bushel or five bushels if you can ",.41." .. .:' .r ,.. .:...vv}

.i/ tJ.e Mlgknwe Is h6k pet'..

use: tbem August, Help ypur local growers and ke cave/; > :\ "I. Ludes.{ ,.'/erg sail ladeatry.e1re *4.!1140001,01-1' [-

i.arty a svenJ.eii sad aaaatity 94'

hauling costFlorida ,f I* lease g4 vitas" *. ... r I
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4 DoE 31-No. 7 Homestead, Florida, Friday, February 13. 19.12 SECOND SECTION



Living Costs Here Only 53 per Cent of Expense




Of Living in Large City, Study of Data Reveals


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0 By KIT CARSON know that statisticians are Operating expense (car fare, was all set to move to the Ked- time*. Witness the cyclone cellars
Secretary of Keiland District in search of the "average man..WII cleaning household supplies, service !I land District to live If'he could of the Middle West the levees of
Chamber Commerce Some data baa come Into hand toilet items, utilities)-71% sell himself on the Idea that he'd the Mississippi valley, etc. Improved
1 that we believe will help to answer of what It was in the Urge city. be a* safe tram storms bare IIani construction of buildings
1d There .If only a limited amountof
1t the question of living cost Advancement expense (amusements I place on the Atlantic or Cult required by law, has brought I
land to this truly tropical die In the Redland District as com- ,, auto tobacco, cosmetic, oaata. HI storm worry brought greatly Increased safety to Flori
trlct-about 225 square miles to pared to other places. These figures gift, papers, magazines and miscellaneous Ito I mind the dory of the lady: in da's people, and an Improved
\ be exact-and the demand for it are based upoa the recorded Items)-78% of whatIt West who upon learning that weather forecasting system has 1
7s Ji .on ,the Increase. The well expense -of a family for three was In,the large city.; e storm was off, the coast rushed further enhanced the safety; of the
known law of supply and demand month of living in a large city; I Ren&-42% 'of what it was in I to New York to escape It A* sh-
w up North followed by three the 'large city. Stepped off the .(rain the t
telli ui that land value should' month of living in the Redland I Total expense-53% of what it disastrous 1938 hurricane. U so DR.M.A.BERGERDentist
h. go up when demand goes up. So District This family state that was In the large city.; lady wrecked New Ingland:
lip 'it would seem that land here asan the standard of living has remained II Insufficient time has elapsed coastal section was there to meet f
Investment, Inflation hedge or the same here a* in the I to provide clothing expense com her. Florida had not been touchedby
b big city except that possibly their parison but we don't need bookkeeping this storm which, as most of
u whatever one'i purpose In makingthe amusement or pleasure activities ; record to know that this them are, was erroneously labeled First National Bnnk
ifIF purchase, offers an opportunity have been expanded since comingto Item in the family budget can be a "Florida hurricane." I
for future appreciation in value.
There are numerous reason for the Redlands. The comparison mad about aa little here in a People here as In any locality; Building:
Redland are a* follow: truly tropical climate u anywhere. prepare and fortify themselves
a growing demand for Food-78% of what it was in a What about storm? One letter against adversities they know nature Office Hours 8:30-4:30(
Miami to the '
,J a north District of property.the district, has had ca- the large city. received stated that the writer might subject: them to at all Open Erenlnsx by ApvolntnealBUILD

pable' authorities make popula-
tion trend studies so that they can v
better prepare for future expan

sion.Here art the estimates of future
population of the Miami metropolitan i
n'i area: A HOME.
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to 1MO (census count) 220,43 people
IMS (esttsate) :238,000 people I
is.x 1150 (estimate) J30.WO people ..
. 15S (estimate) 178,800 people
v This many people right next
door to u* mean that it logical
a.; to expect an overflow influx of in theRedland
4 people to the Redland District.If 'J''''v .. ?
for no other rmon.
d4a There 1* the huge Everglade
National Park project which In
future yean will bring great numbers .
.44 i of visitors here to see this District
park. The Redland District is the
ii gateway to this park a* well a* to
the world famous Key Increased
tourist travel to these sections:
i can't help but bring more and
more people into this section. And

R I certain sit performance nu-iber of show.people that who a Houses are easily and inexpensively built here. ForndaJions

Y visit make this it their ectlon:permanent come home.bask to are laid in the bedrock that comes practically to the surface of

I* living really cheaper here?

Well, places yes it 1*and less from costly numerous than. inmost the ground. Costly insulating against extremes of cold and heatis

cost-ot-livlng studies, figures
could be cited to prove It. How- unnecessary. Frame or concrete block buildings are comfortable -
ever, 'hese Lgures are necessarilyav
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ties ai.J the reader perhaps and safe.


The Promised LandBy F

Carrie B. Gauenaila If you need financing for your building we can arrange it


1 do Homestead a* I please and, RedlandI for you. Why not join the ever-increasing number of contented


And Sit In palm the wafted sunshine breeze.I residents in this tropical section of the United States?



Papaya cat of and the lime grapefruit,, Should you purchase a property with a building on it, a loan


8 Taste Of this exotic tropical product clime.I can be secured through Brooker Lumber Co. to repair or remodel -


To go eceau wi'4 or my bay tackle it into a comfortable home, or to convert it into a duplex income -

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Catch fish of >!> liter
Even some for djplay. property.We .


lie climate berntiful, it land* peopleIts will be glad to talk wit! .': md help you in any w. y. -

Charm all who enter ,
With a wefct-tai band.

For health and for pleasure,
Tis hard to compare Brooker Lumber Company
.u>nv les/1 and Redlxnd.VIU .
"ou take the dart?

There at between :Oil atJ'WO South FUgler Avenue Homestead, Fia.
gnat white herons in *J>e world 0' J
and an are concentrated In Southern -
Florida where 'the Fish and
Wildlife Service maintain two national -
species.wildlife refuge to protectthe


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BEANS and provide food for the tables of the nation while practicallyCORN

all other farming areas are dormant.
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I Unique and Delicious Tropical ,Fruits Bring Fame j




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Ant Horticulturist of the trees and to the gradual I fruitthat the avocado grower Isa .
succulent tree
grows on a or gigantic bright skin color and high quality
Subtropical Experiment Station' I, increase of acreage being far call from shipping to a sat- herb. The plant ls quite susceptible -
flesh must be selected or devel
planted. The Increased acreagehas urated and unresponsive market.
to cold injury and does
Tropical fruit growing hat bee ; oped. Some 2SO acres of mangos
been accelerated somewhat Persian limes
are among the not tolerate temperatures below ,
come an Important part of the the last three years and this Indl- least cold resistant of the citrus 32 degrees F. It thus eliminates i are grown In South Florida, about
economic life of South Dade Coun catei healthy growth of a coming fruits. Due primarily to this i j: Itself, as a crop for any place ex- i equally divided between the east I
ty. Each year the Redland District Industry. j single factor, the greatest acreage cept extreme South Florida. One and west coasts of the state. The
li becoming more widely : Most of the avocados planted J of any region In the state-almost I j: of the controlling factors in this principal variety planted Is linden,
known throughout the United previous.to the past decade wpro| 2,000 acres of this fruit-Is grown little industry at the present mo- a seedling of the Mulgoba which
States for the unique and delicious of the West Indian race. These I in the Redlund District The ment is the paucity of uniform was selected and developed In
tropical fruit that find' their way varieties, such as Pollock Sim- Persian lime is relatively a new- : varieties, both for shipment to 'the Florida. Although the Haden fruitIs
to the markets from this "garden monds, PlnelU, Waldln and Trapp I comer to the American marketsbut North and for the processing one of the most attractive now
spot". There was a day not so mature their fruit in the summer Is fast making a place for Itself plants. The State Experiment Station available, Its erratic bearing habits
many year ago when grapefruitand and early fall months. I among the acid fruits used in the U. S. Department of Agriculture I and somewhat less than superior
oranges were the principal During this period the lower I the home the bar and the cafe. ( and a few Interested Individuals : flavor urges the search for better
fruits shipped to the markets from priced and lower quality Cuban The fruit has further possibilities :i j! are carrying on breeding varieties Brooks another variety -
this area. Increased production I fruit floods our markets, enter-' In the form of processed products, work toward the establishment ofi planted to some degree,
more economical production and Ing'our ports duty-free from June such as concentrated juice, citric i I varieties. But In spite of this lack which matures its fruit later in
Increased transportation facilitiesfor : through September and mak- acid and lime oils. Americanmanufacturing |I of uniformity In fruit produced the season than the Haden but
the citrus In the central portionof ing it unprofitable to grow these Ingenuity has not I,'I there are almost 200 acres planted does not possess a brilliant color.
the state have tended to make: varieties due to this economic even scratched the possibilities', to papayas In South Florida. This The finest flavored fruits, and
citrus growing less attractive to pressure and due to the continuous lurking within the glossy green i acreage produces about three million those possessing the finest flesh
growers in South Dade County.I search for new varieties by the' fruit I I I I II pounds of fruit for sale. The quality are some of the varieties
They have tended to place theit State Experiment Station the U. Groves of Persian limes come I I I best flavored and smaller types of I of the Saigon race. This entire
Interest and energies Into the pro- S. Department of Agriculture and Into bearing quite young, yielding i this fruit find their way to the fresh group has very little skin color,
duction of fruits not feasibly: enterprising growers, heavy bearIng -' I light crop usually by the third I: fruit Markets, both locally and in i being usually I greenish yellow to It
grown further north in the state desirable varieties of avocado year. Considerable tree loss la j;'the North. The larger sized fruit yellow, and the American housewife -
and are finding that the reward : are available that mature,' suffered from the worst enemy,j{i and that not so uniform in quality,I has not become well enough
for this enterprise Is most gratify their fruit in the late fall and midwinter the lime-bark disease especially 1'i I'are utilized by the drink stands, acquainted with the mango to I
ing.To months. There have been, In partially neglected groves. New 'processing plants and confection make the shipment of Salgons to S
.' community or district this fall and winter maturing varieties, varieties are being found, how-:'sera'' The demand for good uniform -'I the North practical. Some new \
distinction of growing a par such as Colllnson, ever, which are more resistant to' fruit Is still greater than the varieties, such as Fascell Spring- }
ticular fruit or category; of fruits Taft and Eagle Rock Wlnslowson'j this scourge. And with the better I supply. This, coupled with the:!fels and Fragrance, hold promiseof
is most valuable from the amountof the last two decades understanding of rootstocks and : fact that more and more people: becoming standard varieties.
advertising It brings In and proved themselves undesirable as cultural practices the disease' are learning to like this fruit both 'I Only time and the reaction of the I
from the amount of Interest It moneymakers due to their light'should not become a conrolllng for Its flavor and for its health,I public can tell.
arouses among people who wish bearing habits, or, as In the case I,I factor. The greatest portion of the ful qualities, makes a bright picture -] As the mango Is a winter bloomIng f
to invest in orchards or home sites. of the Linda, due to its purple col. present acreage is ten years or less on the horizon for the papaya fruit and cannot tolerate
Most people are interested In a ored skin which has never found''! In age so one can readily see that grower. I frosts during this period It will for
type of farming in which they can favor with the housewife. I 1 I I this is a new Industry. As do all 1 Mangos have been grown almost I tome time remsln a South Florid-
grow something a bit out of the le as a. Taylor,j)new industries it will have growl as a'national fruit in tropical portions monopoly. There are almost .I
ordinary and yet make a profit. Booth 7.:1B' S and Hicksonl I l I I Ing pains of every description before of India for centuries. Se- hundred acres In production in the
t j-.As yet, but few species of troplnbil have proved heavy and consistent:i)i the major problems confrontIng lected and grafted varieties have Redland District at the present
fruits are being grown for the bearers of fruits in the size/ shape it are solved The passage of been grown in Florida for about time. As more is learned about Its
loommerclal markets in the Red- and color which the markets de-I(Haws in the last state legislature 40 years. Yet In these 40 years fruit setting and general culture,
land District These are princi- I desire. They mature their fruit requiring a minimum juice'con- gargantuan strides have been madein this fruit can well blossom Intoa
pally avocado, lime, papaya, and lat a time-October through January tent and a small levy for advertising the propagation disease control' major industry. The market
mango rating in importance In I -when the markets c are not I I purposes are both progressive j jsteps and selection of varieties. Thereare i demand for good attractive mangos
about the order named. However, I loadeddown with Cuban fruit and lime in the furtherance of the still many important hurdlesto i has never yet been supplied and
there are a number of potentially before California avocados begin 1 industry.; be overcome before mango with the advent of satisfactory varieties
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I profitable tropical fruits that are : to appear in the Eastern marketsin One of the most promising young growing can be considered i commercial the summer maturing
grown on a limited scale now which i any great volume. Avocado industries that can become almost success. The erratic bearIng mango can well become a rival of
hold promise of becoming com- growers realize that the day often I I a monopoly for South Florida i' habit must be overcome and (Continued on Page Seven)
' mercially practical as the buying ''I and fifteen-dollar-a-bushcl
public learns about them. In thiscategory avocados is a thing of the past I
I are litchi, white sapote, They are producing avocados '
sapodilla sugar-apple atemoya, I through Judicious selection of varieties :II 1
etc.-all delicious fruits that grow and Improved fertilizing I !
in the Redland District and areas Irrigating and spraying practices, I I
yet relatively unknown to the I that return them two to four dollars FOR FLORIDA CITY AND HOMESTEAD
American housewife. a bushel with a comfortable 1 1I
Florida produce.. rrom two to I I profit. 1 1I
five million pounds of avocados I The per capita consumption at : IMPROVED PROPERTY AND
annually on its 2,000 odd acres of avocados in the United States last i iI
trees. Of these about 83 per year was less than one-half pound
cent are In the Redland District I per person. It would seem from I TOWN LOTS
There is a gradual increase in : this-and keeping In mind the food I

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We cordially invite you to get acquainted this municipal light and water plant is now under I dents of Key West with an adequate supply of, Keys or in the canals inland. There is plenty

', with our town while you are down here. Our construction which will increase its capa-- J [fresh water the year round. of time for reading, too, and perhaps that is

; people are friendly home folks-the kind of city by more than fifty per cent. And it is possible 't' Homestead is a city of homes, in addition why our municipally-owned public library is

folks you know back home. They are contented that as soon as this addition is completed .4 [to being the trading center of the Redland so well patronized. You will find here a modernly -

citizens, not only because they live in a cli the city will have to look around for, more. .::1 [District. There are no farmhouses on the equipped library building, a courteous

mate that is "just what-the doctor ordered,". ,equipment to meet.anticipated, demands for ,, If farms that grow the winter vegetables that librarian, and thousands of books to suit va-

[ but also because their city is self-supporting. electricity..., ?, ,.r'_ ..!"{C't J .- .', .I:Is I,..,.,t.. .. .,.,,hlt,'" ( see on display at the fruit festival. Many ried tastes.. :
. : Practically all the of running the believe would like it here. Come ...
04who We
J expense city Thewater; furnished to the homes of .1. ; "crop" on the/glade/ land between. :S.. you
i is paid .from the .receipts, of a municipal.. ,Homestead I and visit with us every year if you can't become ;
by our :..
municipal water system is .t 4|Highway-No.-1 and-.the sea, have their homes
f light and water department This '' a permanent resident right now. If you
year only unexcelled d in purity So pure and inexhaustible ' in Homestead. ,where they live the.year-round,
I two mills were levied for city administration i become a visitor,you will eventually become a
is the water supply in this area that the ;,',"i and drive to and from their farms daily.. resident. Hundreds of us have. )

expense. navy department constructing a pipe line to (, In the summer, between cropping sea- S '

: The extent to which Homestead is growing Key West through which water will be pumpJ'I;I. sons, there is plenty,of time for fishing in Anyway time-visit'our, here's hoping fair you and have seeing a wonderful our

t; is indicated b by the fact that an. addition v*.*.. to ed to furnish the (defense forces and.the resi-, t nearby Biscayne Bay,Card Sound,the Florida district Come down often.

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35,000 Acres of Vegetables Leave: Redland District


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from October until May vegetable -
crops are grown in the Red.:

northern land District marketi.and hipped More than to Amid Scenes of Graceful Tropical BeautyBy

thirty-five thousand acres of tomatoes -
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potatoes, beans, cabbage,
lettuce and other vegetable crops ELEANOR FROSCIIERA blooming flowers, for the natural theatre, progressive merchant i ing Is as pleasing as the whole.
are raised and shipped to market rock cottages and pretentious national bank, fraternal organizations I some friendliness and hospitality
during January. February, March resident on returning to this homes being built here In larger chamber of commerce, milesof extended to him on all sides. For
and April each year. A diversified section after several months of ab- numbers each year fine roads, rural electrification, example, a few days ago I called .
vegetable program has been the sence remarked, "Now I know As Coral Gables Is a'home city, wayside parks and many places of on a new resident and her hus-
successful farmer's program for what I have missed so much whilein the Redlands is a home section. educational and sightseeing interest I band who have a charming'white
more than fifteen year the North. It was the pro- Those who have found happiness, as well as proximity to deep cottage on a half acre of ground
The district has more than fusion of graceful palms swayingin health and contentment here continually sea fishing grounds, beaches and I' Her face beamed when she told
thirty-five modern parking houses, the breeze-so typical of the the wish that metropolitan Miami. me how the neighbors had brought
express
two railroads, and modern highways tropics". Nothing makes a more I loads of plants, trees and cuttings
others the
country over could For those who need to earn or
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transportation impression
crops on our know for their landscaping "Just see
about this of
sunny tip supplement their income this
to markets. or is appreciated more by our new what we have", she said, "and we
old Florida Then they say, every thriving community also has muchto I
There Is also a farmer's state and residents alike than the have not bought a single plant"Truly .
five or ten acres would soon rep offer. We have a large part of
market operated by a local com- graceful coconut, lacey cocoa plu-
resent a dream come true as a the winter vegetable garden of the I the Redland District latchstring
mittee of farmers under the Flori- mon, stately royal and the beauty ,
home estate for those seeking just United States. Avocados, limes, Is always on the outside.
da state market board, where of many, many other varieties of
farmers can sell their produce for palms found here. No setting what we have to offer. oranges, grapefruit and other
cash to vegetable buyers could be lovelier than these and I' These booster friends point out fruits are raised extensively and AIR CONnlTtuNltn
In the Redland District Is also our brilliant foliage and ever our equable climate, abundance jf profitably. Poultry raising and ROLLER SEATS tH COMFORT
the finest registered herd of Here- good pure water, fresh fruit and dairying have proved successful, ..'.-1U .,A4.IU S to,I use P. fin M.Chilar. UlVenetian
ford beef cattle In the state of vegetables all the year, local poultry and now beef cattle are being 1;....... rises. III" P. M.Ad .
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Florida. on the farm of F. C. phate on cover crop and pasture and dairy products of the finest tried out ah M
Peters at Goulds. improvement work. Dairymen established -I quality, good schools, churches All of these things Impress the Skating Rink
The soil conservation program 2,346 acres of new pastures of practically denominations, visitor and new-comer, but noth ITtl .. W. Put An, Mind
under the Agriculture Adjustment in adapted grasses. Pay-
Administration is available to all ments made to farmers under the
farmerIn the county, The program -' 1940 program amounted to $76-, -
is handled by local county : 462.:l2. I I
and community committees elected i I The county agriculture depart-
by farmers who participate l in theprogram. I ment, in co-operation with the
Payments are made to Agricultural Extension Service of
farmer for the conservation of the University of Florida employs
4 ; their farm lands for planting cover I county agricultural agents to help ALPINE GROVE
II I t crops on the farm and in grovel those coming; to this section to I
I and permanent pastures, and also settle for farming or operating e I II
for planting and seeding 'permanent .I I trove or other agricultural field. '

t I I' pastures. Last year 479 The agency brings modern methods , ,DAIRY ,
farmers participated in the program of agriculture from the state I
' and 463: had 27,120 acres in experiment Station, Cojlege of Ag-1
X i cover crops. One hundred eighty- rlculture and the United States r

; .. nine. farms.used. 540 tons of phos. Department of Agriculture i i3j jf' f ;6,4 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA
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I Redland District responsibilities we will ge home at night feeling

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, ('Homestead's Municipally Owned Public Library, ;





t: Beautiful Architecturally, Serves Who e District ''



.11I III e e e e e 4Redland '

f. By CARRIE G. GAUZENS Mrs. Bow In 1926 began to build District II greatly above
r Municipal Librarian I this public library.' the average for a community ot : i i iIn
The reference room with Its I this size, that It Is a pleasant place .'
..1 From an architectural stand- i
I latest Webster's dictionary, set of which to spend brief period
.. polnt the 'municipally operatedand BritUnlcas and numerous reference when In search of entertainment ..r
owned Lily Lawrence Bow volumes helps students with or Information, and that it Is aft
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Public Library, with Its 20,000 volumes their assignments
residents
li a delight to the visitor At present the hours for borrow- -----
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and borrower alike. The Mottled Ing are from 9'SO to 11:30 a. moo 1

native rock walls topped by a red from 3 to 6 p m., and from 7 top "Or. Leonard w. Ilaokin'GLASSES: tfI

tile roof and the simple lines of Q I m. every week day .

. the building designed by C. J. Friends who have contributed tn I a..?.11.1.a Its r" It........." 1
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Purman, local architect who gave this Institution aro legion- Filling 0104 of1e1
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I both near and far. N. JI PI. 1oL. 11 .4 1,1. ..
freely of his talent, time and energy CMnpbWS "II C...ell.mdC..elN
that the library .
Strangers say city Ton.
are in keeping with the dignity A
and cultural responsibility of LILY LAWRENCE BOW LIBRARY which serves the wholeGROVE -::-

the building.
Against the mottled background - -
as other popular current fiction This collection Includes such Itemsas A
e. have been planted rare tropical
and non-fiction I Bombs and Bombing", "Red I
plants that in turn are complemented
Cross First Aid Course", Air.' BARGAINS I
by the green lawn, spotted Back of the bulletin screen Is .
the free magazine rack, a source craft Spotter", "Air Raids", technical
here and there pn the border with I !
books on welding and lens
of reading supplies for many Individuals
of unusual shrubs Risingout
groups grinding end booklets and leaflet should help you select your ,
and families My 45 years In this county
of a fish pond is a statue, the
Wise Old Owl, a product of the The current magazine rack and on war zones. grave or country property. I have wmr small groves with '
W P. A. art project. The base of the special Florida collection are By the magazine room stands
I have ....melar.rr ones
without bom.-or, if yon prefer ,
i this Is surrounded by pale blue both popular. the bookcase which with the books and \
water lilies whose beauty is enhanced On one end of the big, wing. It contained-both the property of and some with fine Income. 'me know your. wants and
shaped desk current literature [ the Woman's Club of Homestead--
by flashes of the golden on I I find It for I have a few lovely groves
I'll do my best to you
red of fish that dart In and out. national defense Is to be found. [ formed the nucleus from which
I II retire. Send for my list of
The proudly waving flag Is a gift with fine.homes nst the place to

from the American Legion property for sale. Have also a few fine chicken frm
When the visitor enters the I
r southern part of Dade County. In my opinionthe
h building he notes the high cathe. Stay Overnight at Come to the

dral ceiling with Its antiqued mas. I best part of the stale
F+' slve beams of Florida pine, tho

f' pastel walls, windows
green

r wood dressed racks in ,venltian sturdy furniture blinds, dark in Seminole Hotel J. K. D O R N

.r. both adult and Junior departments Z II 8. E. FLAGLER A\oJ!;. GROVE SPECIALIST
and rubber linoleum floors.
An exquisite painting of lilacs Homestead Fla. 226 Halcyon Arcade Phone 2-2161

.and dogwood by Newton D. Merrill
Miami Fla.
,. noted artist, hangs opposite All Rooms With Private Bath ..'
..the entrance 'and over the door
leading into the well stocked reference -- S -

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library by Mr. and Mrs Merrill & 9
memory of the latter's mother 1I
and in honor of Mrs. Lily Law
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rence Bow, to whom the library
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untiring service In building up
this collection of books.

On the walls also are oil paint.

ings on exhibition, framed prints CONGRATULATIONSTO
that have been donated a case .
of Florida butterflies collectedand I "
mounted by Mrs. L. E. For-
syth, and an American flag given
by Mr ind Mrs Edw Oakley (
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I (Continued From Page Three) :Fruit Festival Management i ir"
the peach for the favor of the

American housewife + . .'
Only tour of the tropical fruits I
grown in the Redland District have
been discussed These four are (

already playing their small part AND :
in commerce. There are dozens of
other tropical fruits which will be
developed Into fruits of commerceas

time goes on. This Redland .' ..... .: ';<:;r i
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the most profitable, of any I,

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Eiriit HOMESTEAD LEADER :AND ENTERPRISE Friday, February 13, 1942



: Jungle Plant and Animal Life of Royal Palm State Park '




Attracts Scientists From All Parts of United States :


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7 By E. E ATUNBOM' was erettrt many""n6te(aclenUiti offer the lover: nature than has i While the plant lit* provide not enjoy K that his lack of
warden, Royal Palest SM Part: and naturalist were its gueitt at any other la the United much of the interest for those who knowledge .. a handicap in .fpreciatlng ,
It afford the beet chance of I State. visit the park hundred of bird It. for every year *r .
la Royal Palm State Park with studying what the tropical section Mention of these visitors I* made lover delight ta getting here before ;eral thousand person go through
). iU nor than three hundred idea.i of maiBlaod United State often. only to stress the importance of daylight to be ready to seethe I the "nature trail*" and fully H
lifted kinds .f plant grewth--'trees' Dr. 3. K. Small, one of the leadIng maintaining all this great Xver- first flight of the day and I per cent are enthusiastic at having
, shrubs, wines, air plant, orchid, botanists of America often glades area u a park that can be com in after dark ha fallen 'on :km opportunity to'HI nature in
t fern, mosses and llchea*-, iU viiited It and made exhaustive enjoyed by visitor from all over the last straggler coming home the rough.
150 different kind of bird, aid studies of IU plant life. I the world. Many more outstanding to roost I Royal Palma State Park will always -
.. tdentUU have added to their Entomologists profess to have a : be an interesting place, and
Its large variety of insect life, W. X.: Safford, economic botanist ,
.knowledge by plunging In the great lime snaring some special It win be a great help in creating
1 there 1* ample to occupy UM tint of the U. S. Department of Agriculture -
aDd attention of my lover of ntturt. spent much time la the dense growth of the hammock for butterfly or moth, and quit often i Interest ia the rest of the area
park and wrote his "Natural History study of the thing that It offered. rather late hour an* kept trying ,hat Is to be Included In Eva.glades .
Thank to a group of pioneer of Paradise Key and the Student, "en masse" or singly to catch the latter. National Park. It will be tile
member of the Florida Federation Near-by Everglade about It have pursued their studies along Mentioning these scientist and gateway that lead Into the wide
the trail that are provided for naturalists and students doe not 'open spaces of the Everglades to .
of Business and Profeu1QD1)WomelQ' This report I* ta the lodge library
the convenience of visitor mean that the average visitor can the tooth and west
Clubs the original beauties and ia often consulted by visitor
end treasures of this part of The late Dr. Charles Torrey Il-
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tropical Florida are being pre Simpson was delighted! with, any
served Intact for future generation opportunity brought kii to
*. thia section. One of the chapter
It was about 1115 that federation In his book "Out of Door in DISTRIBUTORS
member secured from the legla- Florida", 1* on Paradise Key a
lature a grant to the original name given to the large sue of
parkiite, Paradise Key, 12 mile plant growth In the park.
southwest of Florida City, and to I Dr. Frank M. Chapman, curator POTATOES ,AND TOMATOES
this Mrs. W. S. Jennings added of the American Museum of Nat-
large tract The total ii now ural History, on his visit to Royal .
i about four thouind acre*. Palm Lodge last winter laid,
A* aooa a* Royal Palm Lodge "Royal Palm Park ha* more to TOMATO BRANDS POTATO BRANDS
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Fruits and VegetablesBROOKS MARKETS SOLD TO THIS SEASON UP TO JAN. 31

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;ja.' THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE, HOMESTEAD, FLA., FEB. 13, 19U : l lI



1 Florida Farmer Can Be Of Maximum IV A MTSnCU. Goals Upped On ;j



) Help To State And Nation This Year. right thing Here now Florida are to make ummanted farm their families contribution the principal can to do Some Important ; I

the food-for-freedom program and contribute -
C.I' r By J. Francis cooper milk produced by one or two food cow at the same Urn to a quicker State Products '
Editor Florida Agricultural bleasloaBerviea Other than that principal increases aunt victory for the United Nations; ; ;
come from commercial dairy farm, Grow aa adequate borne garden to ,
I The Florida tanner can be. of maximum where facilities are available for utltlcuvf provide food for the family. Florida farmer arc staring .their .
f service to his state and the Nation and distributing the milk produced. Only, Plant more peanut Tor OIL 1943 crop with the knowledge that they .
. this year by producing food in greater farm families in communiti where there Raise more hog are making necenary and wettbwbile
quantities than ever before; unquestionably ar* facilities for disposing of the surplus Produce more milk contribution to UM Nation' food *up*
this point come above all other can be expected to produce) more than Collect scrap metal and oldrubber Tile and 'Ito defense t.tloets. They are
Among additional way In which Florida they can UM at home. Sine greatly increased that cannot be used on the farm and sell keeping In mind the greatly Increased ,
J farm famlllea can contribute to the state number of milk cow cannot tx It to the Junk dealer. goal for anise Florida farm product I
and Nation during 1942 to the -..vatloa obtained on abort notion, more feed and Cull barren and other Inferior cows. which the United State Department o"<
of resource, Including food, land*,, better care will be the principal mean from the herd and sell them for slaugh. Agriculture bM Just requested, after it
machinery and scrap metal, robber, fertilizer of securing the increase ter. had revised iU estimate of Jut fall
I and spray material. forests; In Considerable Increases also have been Produce more egg They are plunging Into what pro mhmms to
short the prevention of wait of any anked In poultry and egg*. Dried eggs Practice selective cutting on woodland be the year of greatest agricultural production
kind whaUoever Another way U by and dried milk, both very nourishing and leaving enough good tree to provide In the history of the Stab ana ,
planning ahead to meet conUngenctea. both of which require little room in shipping seed and to keep the tract In pro- Nation.
Then, of course Florida farm tamlut are among the principal food this duction. Plant seedling for future production The goal figure listed below are the \
will buy bonds and pay their taxes to country U shipping to Great Britain. and for conserving the sou. latest request of the Department of Agricultural -
help finance a staggering deI_.' load There seems good prospect that the poultry Waste nothing. Can turplu produce. In UM caM of peanut they are '
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being boms by the country. And too and egg goal will be exceeded In Work with other in homo defense. much higher than originally announced,
they will keep themselves Informed and Florida.It activities. while smaller IDcI'llUMI.. been requested
will be ever alert, patriotic, sacrificing, 1* believed that Florida cattlemencan with milk, egg and naval torn.
and confident, aa they always have been. tender both themselves and their PEANETS AND UOGHBRONSON. Slight reduction have been listed for
Food for a world starving not because country a service by heavier cattle hog and pulpwood.
FLA.-Forty ton of re-
of famine but became of the ravage of laughter this year. Beef cattle number Following arc the revised goal:
war, food for freedom food for victoryv throughout the country are high. If they cleaned peanut have been distributed by Revlwd. 194 Production Goals for Florida
food for robust health of our families, continue to increase there I. a good poe- the GFA Peanut Association among Levy Palryllllt.. .218,000.000 pound, a 8
food for ourselves and our allies; for alWlity that cattle prioet will clump materially County farmer at cost for planting percent increase milk production; 3,000
this season. Cbnty Agent T. D. Rlcken-
whatever purpose food-one of th three following the emergency, and more cow to be milked than In 1941
baker believe 10 more ton will be distributed
cattlemen will lose tl remit.
primal need of man- -1* importantnow as Beef (375,811,216 pound signed.)
a* It ha not been in this countryfor I* needed now, and increased laughter for planting and that Levy win Poultry.,. ,10 percent Increase in turkeys -
nearly a quarter century. may be the mean of preventing a future exceed Its peanut production goal this 14 in chicken and broiler alaugn- ,

Food production goal have been setup glut of the market. year.Several. tered; 1S.750.000: dojten eggs SU7,000
by the United State Department of Pork i* needed in. larger quantitiesalso Levy l&rIDera.,. using Ira- dozen more than in 1940. (19,231,544
and Florida farmer bid fair to exceed proved sanitary measure in order to
Agriculture after a careful survey of the deceit ligneil)
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raise more and better bog .
need Consequently. the task la on of their goal with box Hop., .78.013,000 pound, slightly .
planned production, not jut hit tor Mina With most of the product*' mentioned. less than In 194 L (103,104,000 pound .
endeavor.. Florida' contribution com largely l MORE PEANUTS, MOOS, FOVLTBT lIned). ".
PrIncipal. item needed from Florida through supplying more of our own home JASPER., FLA---ilor*. peanut, more Cattle and CaI_. .23 .000 head, '"
farm are peanut, home garden, milk, need and releasing that which ordinarily hog, and more poultry will be raised on about 81,000 head; more than In 1940; increase .,
tCP and poultry pork and beef., It U i* chipped In, so that It can go to our Hamilton County farm this year la line In slaughter rather than production
that Florida farmer will concentrate with the wartime agricultural program
hoped CooUnued On requested (92,234,400 pound *
( Fag 4)
on those thing this year. according to County Agent J. J. Dearest signed

Since the announced goal are fairly Sheep and Lambs.. ,375OKI pounds, r
familiar to mot Florida farmer by now, an increase of 74,000' pound over 1940.
w* will touch them only briefly. More Your Farm Can Help Peanut . .Total 273,000 acre for ,..
detailed Information about those goal edible nut and oil; 73,000 acres for
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1 can be obtained by writing for a copy edible trade same a* In 1941j; 200,000
of Circular 60 or by dropping la your acres for oil, an increase of 179,000
county acent'office,,and asking for a acres; peanut needed also for'craaID
(141,&+' acre signed
copy.About
double the acreage of peanut Garden . At least 81.500 home gardens
ia needed, '*inoe industrial ue of olla an Increase of 32,813 over 193V;
and fat Iav) greatly increased duringthe very farm family need a home garden f
lait'two yearn Peanut are-needed for IU own benefit. (39,959 garden
fine pJX. for the edible trade;and for hog signed) .
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So that ha led J. Lt Smith, agronomist CommerciaVeg.tabl.a..201,000 '
with. the Extension Service to suggest &lreai; major IncreaM over 1940: 10,000
that the big thing now ,is for Florida more acre of tomatoes, 4,000 more of
farmer who can do ao to- plant peanut cabbage 2,000 more of green pail; snap .'
-they can determine later what UM they A; bean decreased by 600 acres
will make of them. A price guarantee ,0 tzY Upland Cotton.. Goal of 59.000 acre.
on peanut for oil I* expected to be announced same aa allotted acreage. More Boa Island
before tone, but whether It 1* or cotton I* desired.)
not, price support for logs hat already V-1 Tobacco (Hue-cured, ..l ,l60 acre,
been announced and the farmer can lull an Increase of 10 percent

his peanut through his hog If necessary, Corn..7 OOOO acre, an Increase of ,
Peanut can be grown without fertilizer 414r 18,000'acre* over 1941 ,
and consequently do not entail add OK, ..The goal of 14,000 acre I* aaIncreaM ,
ed expense or drain the fertiliser re of 3,000 acre or 27 percent. :
source They should be planted thick Ha1.. ueooo acres. an increase: CC :
for beat yield 8,000 acre over 1940. '

Every firm family with a home garden .. Y Citrus Fruit.No Increase re ;
I* another goal which the Department quested.
of Agriculture believe Important, Sugarcane for Bug". .No foals .. i
and which it seems Will hardly be reached no limitation of acreage. ,jo
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this year without mope Interact than has Naval StorM. ..118,000 units U bbi .
been exhibited thus far Every fan turpentine and 11-3 olds rosin). aa la- "
family which grew a good home carded crease of :.11440 units over 194041. !i
will provide health Insurance for its member The following I goal an for the attire I
o *, will not have to buy garden product South 1
from supplies which are Important Lumber 13.6 billion board feet, tocrease Z
t* city people and the armed frcve, and of OJ billion over 1941. y
wilt relieve transportation facilities to the Pulpwood ,800,000 cords lightly ?
extant that they would b* required la A farm greama' crew1' ware I eenrsMr salute to Asterlc*'* air lea than la 1941.
shipping theM vegetable. Bar Indeed 'fees wUb baaing a trick wok the U4 .f toed Oat will beta Inef1m
la one place where every fara family ./....-. The aktar It bees a popular U. S. DeearUrtat ., AfrtcMre -
ha fsetor eMI&WT_ Parr CM Hels" AW IT* tree thatevery MORE NOME CMJUMDni 1
an opportunity: to make aa Important
tees I* tie UalM Slaw saa make a valuable eeaUUwUea to
i'patriotic contribution in 1942 ARCADIA P7.A.-DeBoto County
tie aetltsil vfctet* a* mi ky arWadsg men elk eggs. rrk. sad asq t
:Milk and milk product age aeeJ d tat baa 1'II1\11'11J horn
garden than tt fta. ,
vegetables My UM DeMrtaeai. A russet yrWicUs ef then fee**
larger quantities. too. Of eeuree, every It needed ta teed ...... and ages. lap families psepvly IIUIaW had in many yean according to Oouaty ,
farm family tan nY 1 to advantage the .t less and give strength to ABU eranea Agent n H. Vance




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FOOD FOR FREEDOM SECTION February,


farm Home Gardens Governor Calls Florida Farm FamiliesTo force may bar to make because you or
I failed to do our full part In this vital -*
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Vital For Families, Lead In Nation's Victory Production fighting men.if w"* fall In our duty to our

Tallahaatin, Florida,
t Help Bring VictoryBy February 2.1M2
Our nation to engaged a tremendous talk that require the- full cnergte of Survey Reveals
Isabelle 8. Thereby very cltlun. I am sure that very farm family In Florida Join* m*. In wanting .

Cxtesaloa EoMouiM to Foe this state to be not only "la the pro:e.lol1" but In the forefront of this march to Value Of Foods
Oumei ratios YICW,. y The farm 'family thus
Farm famlll Uirnoal ha a vital stake In till
W* face an unprecedented war *mrgency history have been patriotic victory effort. Our country GrownOnFarms -'

All-out production of vegetable sacrificing. depend I* calling for the
i. recognized M being 1 vital to national By Marks IlL BampaosiExtensloa
able. They will not fall biggest yield of food
defens Our government asking comtnerlcal this I tlm*. I am confident product its farm have BrevomUt
growers Md canner to producethe that they will bead ever harvested. Through The value M looo produced and used

greatest supply of canned vegetable very effort, make every r the goal set up for various on the farm In Columbia County to about ..
In the history of our country. CM till heeded sacrifice *e r t product It I*. appealing > $323 for a family of five. The avenge
V>m* gardner and the borne canner too, e V i a superhuman energies for production cash Income from the whole farm business -
4i My fee than cooperate in the fullest, to help the United of tile thing* needed to about MM. Thus, the value of
extent with the national plan? State Md other of th most, without ....- the foods produced and \lied8 two
Every Florid farm family by producing United Nation to wm lag energies, land, thirds of the value of all the crops
at home the vital protective food. this gigantic and far labor, fertilizers and livestock, and livestock product sold
snakes an Invaluable contribution to tile flung battle that democracy equipment, collection of from the farm.
tuUonal defense program. Do your share coall not perish crap metal. conservaUon Thee'sets were brought out by visIts -
_tart your spring vegetable garden from the earth.Everyone of rubber tin, fertilizer to nearly 200 Columbia County farm
HOW and offset, lo that lAtent, the rung ha an Important material, burlap families In 1>40. The visit were mad
.* cost of IIv1nr.Nutntlont.a part to play. and other material at the request of the Columbia County
claim the consumption
Food to a* neceaaary a* There I* no time to Land Us Planning Committee.
of vegetables must be doubled If a national armament and fighter, loe*. Th emergency InRURAL A family of five had an average ot
diet of a food nutritional level Is upon u* BOW. Our shoulder mint be put to the wheel immediately Agriculture mint 2 milk cows and DO hens and then butchered -
to be reached.: To achelv the goal of ." "
not deliver "too little too late an average of five 200-pound hop
adequate national diet the UM of ordinary Our country to calling. I know what antwer Florida farm famllle will glv*. a year. They aIM used about 14 bushel K
vegetable must be Increased. Variety Confidently yours, of corn for meal and grit, had a can
and nutritive value mutt be added by
SPESSARD L. HOLLAND patch for syrup and had about two acres
vitamin-rich vegetable a*
Including new Governor .f Florida In vegetables for the family. It required
welt the old vegetable of real merit
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a total of about 14 acre of tilled land
often overlooked or Ignored a* unsuited tree may be Indescribably beautlbul la to provide teed need for cow and poultry
to our method of cooking and of preserving their snowy whIte bloom. Plum thicket*' Md pip butchered, for com for

for later us*. and tree, wild Md cultivated 'and COMMON SENSE meal and grit, and for vegetables and '
, TIlt.pt le Goal peaches, areas colorful and M spectacular I By toads Jobs**. I can. Thus, 14 sere provided S323 worth t
Canning crop grower are naked to a* My ornamental may be. The ever. of food for the family r
" expand their production goals tremendously green loquat for Instance, whether la There wa an average of 41 tilled acre
I -of tomatoes. peas. coin and green flower or fruit to always beautiful and SACRIFICES AT HOME per family. If 14 acre were used for
I Iwana. Tbe goal already wt for tomatoes Interesting Mango avocados papaya, producing food. S4 acre remained U .s
\ provides for '000.000 CaMe of canned to. and other South Florida fruit have their MAY SAVE GREATER produce cash farm Income and feed forth
uatoes--up one-fourth from 1941. And Individual charm. ONES AT THE FRONT two mule
just a* an increase of tomato I* asked Home demonstration work has always Following to the approximate farm
for our armed force and our allies ana had one Important objective, the product. Stark realities or war are arousing value of food produced for home us
for the civilian population that cannot ion of an adequate supply of fruit and the American people from a deep Induces In a family of five,

grow .them, *o miut the patriotic horn vegetable and the plentiful UM of these by It W17'lIIeI a sense of false secur Vegetables .. ...... ... .. ... $ 62 j
gardener and home canner Increase the product that are *o vital to the health Ity. They are at Ut awakening and Fruits ..... .. ..... .. ..;.. ... T
1 supply for the farm family la the MID and enjoyment of the lamI11.UVic" throwing everythingthey hive Into thou Milk ... .. ..... ......... .. ... 103

. way. effort to overcome a ruthless enemy Butter ... ..... ... .. .. .. .. ... IS r
Tb Fruit Goals whose strength had been underestimated Egg ... .oo.. ..... .. .. ..... .. 18
The Jilt of fruit which grow la Flor- Rate Special The heroic quality of our people which Poultry .... .... .. ..... ... 23
Ida I* almost startling to the newcomer Privilege/ In Herds languishes on ease and comfort but Pork and lard ...... . ... ... 23
in the stat. Yet when the average Floe thrive on danger. I* again coming to Meal and grit ... .. ..... ..? t
Ida horn 1* YIaI t.d. a pitiful lack of fruit Of SuWannee CountyLIVE the front a* It ha In danger period Other meats Cheese .. .. ..... 3
variety often 1* found. With nutrition the throughout history. ,
keynote In national defense plan the OAK. FLA.--Vic" I* lording Farm' families along with those of
Total .... ... . .. ... |323Th
horn orchard and grove like the farm It all over the other pig oa Suwannee urban area, will be required to make urn foods If bought at the store
Itom garden, take on Increasing Import County farm. greater sacrifices ai time JON on. Theyare would have cot at lat 1323.
.. ance. The health need let forth la the And well h* might, for he' not M being asked for their greatest food The 24 bet fed famllle produced and
national program will be difficult to meet ordinary ort of pig getting standard production la history In the face of uwd nearly twice, a* much food per person I
without a greatly Increased supply of ration and treatment along with othersIn
shortages la labor and equipment. They a* tilt 13 pooreet fed famlllea, and .
berries and fruit. the herd. Of course, h* may run with are having to do without thing to which the bet fed famllle had better health.
I Th* problem of Increasing the farm the common herd occaalonaUy but h* they had bee a accustomed In recent In the pooreet fed famine Ute children a
fruit supply U a goal that necessarilymust ha* assumed a haughty ton to jug yean, even at the time they are requiredto had three time aa much *ye. trouble
I b* a long-Urn objective and real grunt and h*'* developed some D... make a cuprem effort to grow more a* the children of the beet fed families
check cannot be mad for some year tangled twists and turn for his curly Md more food Md twice a* much dental trouble. Adult f
But If hone-crown fruit art rood la tail A befit a sturdy, patriotic people of the pooreet fed famine reported 14
times of emergency, surely 1* food to -Vie" I* getting special treatment- however they are rising to the occasion per cent more eye trouble' and Tl per
I Dave them whoa"the emergency I* over more feed aDd special' Ud-btt that the with a vengeance and determination cent more dental trouble. The poorest
la'th. Northern Western Md Central other pig dont get h* ha a aam which can but spell success. Florida farm fed families alto reported S3 per cent
_tile of Florida the fig muecadln that* more than the other have
pig and people will work this year a* they have more eonetipatloa and 10 per cent more
, and bunch. grape peaches pear, plum, h* may eves get a pat oa tile back from never tolled before=and they are certainly bad cold.
iwnimrooni, blueberrie strawberries and his muter every now and the* not strangers to toil. They will Negro famllle had more vegetable
other berries grow with little encourage- The ream he I* getting this extra Sacrifice a* they have not sacrificed for meal and grit per 'Capita than white
! ment. Th aaUuma. kumquat. quince, Mdla special treatment are that ..' not
only many y *r-and they are cwt strangers famlll, but they had much lee Milk c
I om* few countle a An Mummer apple going to help fill the bill for more pork toaacrtflo*. butter
egg, and meat Famllle of Ito
I thrive tf given fair amount of good for Uncle Sam and hi* allies but he* And a* they toll and aacrlflc they IS member had S3 per cent toe* hem
; treatment la South Florida. besides the going to bring m the money to buy United will take comfort from the thought that pl"ClCluNClvod per'pe son than the mem.ber .
wonderful variety of citrus fruit*,orange State Oefea** Bond and Stamps their effort. win bring sustenance to of families with only three or four
.grapefruit, tangeloa lime and lemon for his matter. thenMhr and to their friend of the .....-*.
there may be beautiful, healthful man49 There are 400 "-Vk" la Suwaaae United Nations that tile food they are Neither the Negro fealties nor' the
*. avocadoa, loquau Papaya piaeap. County already aDd th* number I* tead- producing may and probably will mean large white families bought enough food z
plea, banana podiUaa. Surinam cher Uy Increaria And they are all being aa earlier victory U the war. with a caving to equal the amounts need fay the average '
Poe and many other deucloua Interesting given a bit af special treatment *o they la live on the fighting front They watt family act did the
and highly ornamental fruit that require will develop Into top'notch hog that, will heed the word of Secretary of Agriculture fed famine buy ;enough to equal poorly the
very little attention. AU Ui* goes to show will bring more money thaa other bogs.Every Wickard before a recent meeting
that Florida people are supposed to live cent they bring la will be In... la Atlanta of Southeastern agricultural tamV11,111110
and nv* abundantly off Ute fruit of their eel In bond aad ...,*. air they should leadm: similar
investigations have not
wa land. buy many tf th* price of hog to' anything Moet .f M haveat realized a* yet beta a* complete la, other eountie m the
And her to where tile wrburbM Ilk a* good aa It I* today, how tremendous our Utk I*: We've northern and nortaweeten seeders of
eater the food-**. "Vie"?. For .
JUNO owners may 6 -notary- for Uncle underestimated oar enemies-and how the Mat, there have been indicav o
.IUl-tood-foNrtt4oIa campaign. Th Bam and hi* awes. *f ..... each win b* required to conquer them. tons that Cohaabia county many be eoaMdered -
Matlonal Oardea Cooferenco which met .. C Derce Suwaane may
County Arnit.aad "We must an of w, b* prepared la representative for thee eetiee*
la Washington la December highly recommends ' Paul Hackle. secretary of tile Llv Spirit for the aacriflc that lie ahead.

that city aurburbaa>> and mall Oak Production ,Credit Association,: are There are going I* b* plenty of them to OOLUDCIfMO JAKW
town horn owara plant berrte aid fruit pushing this loo*. And If* taking like .aaak* Our old seay-going way of doing FT. LAUIKKDAU:; FLA-MO ;
tree Tal Oardea C .sfe ease suggests wildfire among *uwaan**>. farmer aad Wags *a, tile farm, la the factory latbswaffk b* waster this year tf th* Brewer JIll'will
that M wo have always Suggested the** 4-H club begs ,* *r. la the ... MM go. We've County DefWMq Councils caaaiiur cae- ,
economic ornamentals! be BMW generally get to tough ourselves tor
mitt
hardships eaa help It. effort: being
)>l.nted rather than more oraamentaia. The world today to trewa with the BMuqr of H* have sffvsi, koowa.. mad to salvage all part tarot la are on lOW
Fruit tree DOt only afford shade la *umnr wreck of'democracie which tried to lOur sacrifice can provost other and for canning vegetable
flood frulta. .e-
but give health and revenue betide find their security In th* past W* aunt greater aaertflc** I am thinking of 'th* Cording to afin Olga M. Mont Brovard
Where bloom ar the principal aim, pear Cad. our In the futiu R. 1C Evan sacrifice some young man la the armed home agent.I .


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1942 ''FOOD FOR FREEDOM SECTION 3






II, Florida Farmers Can FoodGoals Without_ _WasteWith I




Florid and the rest of the nation

engaged la aD all-out food for freedom Rural Negroes Are Farmers Can Help By Extension Service

production program for this winter

and next year It might be well at this More FoodIn By Saving Baling WireEach Names Food Goals

Um to call attention to some UUnjt Raising year farmers throw awayenough

which would not be deslnble Florida used baling wire to build three

people, M do those everywhere, want to Farming ProgramRural mighty battleships or 1,000 medium Groups To AssistWill

do their full than In meeting the na tanks. In other words muck of the 100-

tion's call for Increased production of Negroes In ,Florida are turn 000 tons of 14 and 15-gauge wire used on Check Progress In Food Fee:

certain'materials, and they will bend ing to with a win In the war-time. agricultural the nation's farms each year for baling Freedom Program And Suggest

every effort In that direction. program. straw and forage crops Is alK-wed to rust Means of Increasing

But national and state, leaders say Advised and encouraged by Negr' away la a scrap heap after removal from Production

that the goals can be reached without agents of the Florida Agricultural Ex- the bales.
which tt la hoped
destroying our assets for the future. For won Service, they have *een working With a little care, much of this wire Mapping a program

inrtance, Increased production of bold steadily for years to Improve their living could be used a second time, not only for will increase the effectiveness of the help.
home demonstration
lumber and pulpwood It needed. The increases conditions and health but the national baling economy but as an Important conservation which its county and

are alight however, and It If felt emergency hat proved'a powerful measure and a direct contribution agents and stale staff members are-
able to reader to Florida farm families>
that the goal will be reached without Impetus to their efforts and they are now to the national war effort. Farmers

destructive or clean cutting, plenty of doing more than ever before In this line might find a situation la which I new their efforts to produce greater supplies-

wed tree should be left In the foreststo and to help In the Food for Freedom baling win cannot bt obtained of needed foods, the University of FbrrIda
Extension Service recently
Insure a future supply of timber and program. Florida extension workers suggestthat Agricultural
appointed a number of goals com
a future Income from the land. "The Food for Freedom program, one baling win be removed either by *

The leaden have called for Increased outstanding Negro farmer .said "1s giving untying the knot with pliers, or by cut mittees. will work through
Each: committee
laughter of beef but not necessarily Increased us a great opportunity to help ourselves ting the wire u close to the knot as possible the county and home demonstration

production. Beef cattle numbers and our country. We are rinsing BO that it may be used over again.

are already high and It Is thought advisable < more vegetables for our' families, have Short ties may be used again by making agents to help farm families produce M
during
much of the different food products
to smooth out the cattle produc- more milk cows than ever before on our shorter, lighter weight balea or they the
to with
1912 comply
as possible
tion curve by slaughtering more animals farms, and we are planting more peanuts may be spliced to full length. Baling goals for the state and the counties recently -

next year. This gives producer an excellent and raising more hog*" win hung over a fence or piled In a heap of the
the
opportunity to tell at good prices, More milk, eggs, and other nutritiousfood outside the machine shed may rust and adopted at suggestion
United States Department of Agriculture
some of their fat but unproductive and have been badly needed on many become unfit for re-use. Rusting can be '
"Every! energy of all of our agents and
poor quality cows. The improvement In Negro farms for yean, and the many reports prevented by wiping each tie with oil staff members must be bent toward

quality of Florida beef animals can continue of dairy calves being raised, gardens and storing In a dry place. "
to win the declared A. P.
helping war
but a cattleman greatly expanding expanded and diversified, and increasing There Is still another reason why livestock

the number .of animals In his herds numbers of poultry not only farmers will want to use care in Spencer, vice-director of extension, as he

now might find himself with a lot of beef Indicate that Negroes are falling In line opening baled II.,.. Wh 4 the win IS appointed the committees.Dr. .
Newell director of extension
Wilmon ,
y" and not so good a market two or three with the war-time. agricultural program broken or cut abort pieces may fall Into declared that food production Ice

years from now. but they are Improving their health and the hay and be swallowed by the live
the military and civil populations It suet:
City Gardens N.l Needed living conditions. stock. Veterinarians say that many fine
tt necessary at armament production:
And Florida goals call for a much Negro farm families have heard tncl cattle, and other livestock as well, are
and the actual bearing of arms. "Wet It.
higher number of home gardens A. home Sam's call for more peanuts for oil killed every year by pieces of baling win
neat In either of the three lines will
garden is a fine thing on the farm and and more pork, too, and they are answer that pierce vital Internal organs.
weaken the entire effort and postpone the
every farm family should have one. But Ing it with much larger acreages of peanuts victory." he said.

Dr. WUmon Newell director of extension and many more hogs than they have
Miss Moore Urges Coals committees named at the conference *
at the University of Florida Collegeof raised before. They are producing more Special
with their chairmen Include:
.., Agriculture, says there Is no need at feed crops for lop, the family milk Care For Home EquipmentWith Gardens-Mlse Isabella 8. Thunby; farm

least yet that warrants the production cow, and other stock and for expanded
crops-J. Lee Smith; nutrition -- Miss
of city backyard vegetable gardens under flocks.
poultry e war-time curtailment of essential Anna Mae Sites; meats-W. J. Sheely;
I unfavorable and unproductive conditions. Many Negro farmer has a "Victory
a
metals for >.
new products i eded In dairy products-Hsmlln L. Brown; forest -
"From the standpoint of efficiencyand Garden" larger, and more diversified
now-
a
the home. Mist
Virginia P. Moore
home products U T. NMand; poultryN.R. .
conservation of seed supplies. fer garden than he has ever bad before
Improvement specialist with the State Mehrnof; commercial vegetables.
Winter and spray materials vegetable to provide as much as possible of the
Agricultural Extension
Service urge T. Nettles. R. H. Howard Is secretary el
production usually It better'haDdled by food for his family.
that be
special care given an mechanical the committee.
farmers and small-town and suburban Negro women and girls are doing their '
,
equipment In order to prolong Its life County and home demonstration
gardeners who have suitable facilities, share of the gardening. Improving their
and usefulness.She .
agents asked to serve on the various
opportunities and experience," he says. homes, raising more chickens, and can
says there will be a scarcity of committees Include M. U. Mount of
Dent Destroy Bell bit of foodstuffs that are
ning every much equipment for the home because of Palm Beach, Mrs, Kathryn R. Parrlsh and
Florida farmer, avoiding the mistakes not needed for Immediate use.
ever-lncresslng demands In the nstlon's Marshall a Watkins of Marion, II,..
of the tint World War, can achieve Won and bigger and better home gardens .
war effort Cleaning and oiling the washIng Bonnie J. Carter and J. W. Melons tt
the food-fdr-freedom goals without Impairing more milk and eggs, more feed
machine vacuum cleaner, lawn mower Jackson Mrs. Irene Hand A Ira
their production plant-the soil crops more peanuts for oil, and more
', electric fan, refrigerator and milk White of Hillsborough E. H. Finlaystft
of their farms, says Colin D. Gunn, state pork These are the objectives, that Neg-
separator at regular Intervals will extend of Earambla, Fred Barber of Okakwea,
coordinator of the Sol Conservation gro farm families are Bow striving for
their usefulness. Miss Bonnie F. Wilder and & L. Brothers
Service and member of the Florida -for themselves and for their country.
Steel for knife blades will be scarce, of Madison .. C. Kterce of Suwannee
USDA War Board.
and so she suggests that knives be protected Loonls Butch of Alachua, was. TillieReesel
Florida farmers, with the assistanceof
BOYS BET TREES! by being placed In racks rather of Flnellta. Mist Eunice Grady
the IT. 8. Department of Agriculture
than loose In a cabinet drawer. She addsihat C H. Steff anl and J. Lawrence EdwartW
other federal and state and local STARKE, Fla.-Bradford County all
knives should not be abused by being of Dade, Mist Elise Willie and Honor
agendas, already have a going programof club boys set .about 50 acres of pine
used asscrew driven and for openIng Hudson of Gadsdrn. W. P. Hayman ot
conservation based on sound land use, seedlings during the past month accordIng
cans or prying off lids. Polk, Mist Margaret Cobb and Ed: I.Ayers .'
that will enable them to expand prodUootIon to County Agent L. T. Dyer.
Kill Moon says screw-top jar lids of Manatee, Mrs. Gladys. Kendallof
to meet the demands of the food-
probably will be made of a synthetic material Vol.... Carl Hendrtcks of Sumter.E .
for-freedom without the land
program
Better living from more and better Instead of sine and aluminum. She N. Stephens of Jefferson, J. G. Hudson
waste of the first World War.
foods produced on our own farm Is tn cautions that orden for later needs of Santa Rosa, John Hents of Walton
Farmer-organised toll conservation
Important part of national defense. should be placed early. J. R. Qunn of Oeceola, C. A. Fulfoi
districts In which the farmers themselves
of Okeechobee. a H. Vance of DrBoto,
have shouldered the responsibilityfor
P. R McMulktnj of St. Johns Frank M.
soil and water conservation and wise
Dennis and Miss Pearl Laffltte of Do
land use, provide a practical mechanismfor
val, Mist' Lola Godbey of Polk, MUM II*
producing the requirements of the
eanor Barton of Santa Rosa Mrs. Lucis
food-for-fnedom without damaging '
program X. Miller of Lake; Mist' dga Kent of
or destroying land. j/NVoU/
Broward T. D. Rlckenbaker of Levy; A.
Ten soil conservation districts have
s. Laird of Cilchrlat; Miss' Ethel Atkln-
been organised In Florida and four others
son of Eicambia and Mrs. Edith Bartus
an la the of So.
organisation.
process .46
of Palm Beach,
Technicians of the Soil Conservation
It Is expected that the committee will
Service assist. farmers in developing con-.
check: from time to time on progress
serration farm plans at a part of the
being made towards
reaching, the state's
district program. These plans are based
goals and Indicate measures which can
on conservation surveys which; show the
be taken to step up production.
i use or uses for which each portion of the,

farm adapted and the conservation I

practices required to control erosion. RAISING SCHOOL LOTHMOJmCELXA

FLA-4-H club boys

KM TIMES! MORE PEAMm and girls attending the Bethel SchooV

TAVARES. FLA. Normally, not five miles north of this city art raisIng .

more than 10 acres of peanuts are planted the 1 lll1A'. for school lunch. Under

In Lake County a year but 'Lake's the direction of County Agent Norte

farmers have .indicated that they will Stevens and Home Agent Ella Mae Fair*

plant meet than 1.000 acres this fell ORDER ARTS cloth, they are growing potatoes, tuV

ia response to the govenuneat'a can tot nips lettuce, onions, tomatoes, squash

more peanuts, according: to County Agent and other vegetables in their school gas

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Ii , Farm Gardenlls Weapon For Victory!



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and mUiermla. Of all the vegetable, the ;..

; H8I1e-RaisedFood- leafy green, and yellow varieties are" '.

especially neoeoaary. The thin, green,',

leafy kind furnish vitamins A and c,:,

s On Every Florida I- and Iron to the diet. Other green, non-'

I leafy vegetable an valuable though not:

Goal ao rich In'thea food elements. Tomato"
Farm Is Big
and citrus fruit are .especially valuable

: for vitamin (X Eggs furnish iron gooo f".,,

; Vegetable for vitality for victory I* protein and vitamin IX

( a rum **>gan for Florida farm families.T An adequate diet at any cost must '"

It was devised to mphb the Import Include these protective food a* well a*,.

*7 J sans irf the home carded on the farm. la the body-buildnig, and energy-producing

fact UM born garden ha* become a foods. TboM who study the nutrlU8"valUHI ,

weapon accessary' to win the war, and of food know that some types ot

*D. Department of Agriculture bas seta food are more economical than others as

hone garden on wary farm a* one foal sources of certain food elements How

f r Florida .1.. 41 food production pro, this knowledge may be useful to the ihomlllDUftl'
U Illustrated In the following "
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': ram horn gardens not jbnly secure two meal -.
fresh At one coat level a typical dinner ,
of ample aupplte of
: the family .. .
-
'< vrgctablM. with all their healthful *Ali- might Include a thick steak, Frl'nch.lrled ,

.'.' lie* but also conserve transportation In today1 war emergency milk and egg are among the moat potatoes, hothouse tomatoes fancy rolls,

t: required to ship vegetable from com- needed food product lending contrast to condition in 1018, avocado salad, a whipped cream and pas ....
when larger supplies of wheat wen urgently needed. ,
dewatrt
con-
'; iseroJal areas thus making a double try i

!. trtbuUon to the victory program. But for an adequate dinner at mtkb+,
lower coat the main dish of the meal
X national victory garden program of the right kind and foods ,that are Foods :
i j
at confer Protective could be a meat and cereal loaf The meat
&
recommended' recently
if WM
Florid farm needed In the loaf would be a leas expensive but1
oct> In Washington, and wholeheartedly in When farm families know what i* Members Of no leas nutritious cut. Scalloped potatoes .
(f families Buy well Join Keep
are entirely needed and what should be done they will buttered beet, cabbage salad, bread '
the Good home garden
plea
,. ,f Ua irate and hard to find In this atat bend every effort to produce and do the Farm Family FitBy and butter, hot gingerbread, and milk 'a
j for all would complete the dinner .
"} Farm families throughout the stat have thing (
about Both of these meals have practically,-:,'J
: j1 agreed to tocrwuw none garden by
the same food dements Both are well-
29 cent but a 100 per cent IncrtaMI Anna Ma Bike
i per 'Florida Florida Farmers Can Be balanced nutritionally But one la more ,
U needed and UM IMS foal tot extnnlon Nutritiootot
i Service flavorful and make use of the more expensive "
< Of Maximum
jt, 1 J farm cvdeu8 6X800. Then are a number of factor that Influence vegetable and unusual fruits. '
' Florida vegetable In, commerI' Continued From Page 1) gets
grow ( the kind of diet family Alao It allow.for more time and moneyIn
dial and IU grower certainly '
quantities But horn alllea or our anted 1_. While our Some of thee are Income, food selection, food preparation.'
markets la continue.
want their turn offer almost no competition contribution thu Indirect, It U none' and home-produced food. The last if especially A whole) "''* meal must supplementeach
garden on
other and provide the family all the
the ew important.
at all to commercial vegetable Important among farm famlUe
On direct contribution we will make nourishment necessary for* a day's ac .
Fares femmes who do not get fresh vegetables Some have Incomes that anow"oo1y a
seldom this year U through the shipment of canned tivity.
from their own garden citrus and citrus concentrate, A man. amount of money .for food. In
t gt theca from the market. Consequently
concentrates la being cases this money la not sufficient
to many
big plant process w
home garden largely mean that the f am-
WIll art supplied with much needed fresh erected at Dunedin and practically all to purchase an adequate diet however Ridding Gardens Of
I '! citrus canner have been given 1
vegetables which they otherwise do not Florida ..1aelylt8 ..nt..Aa .
:' be... Urge government order And our fresh the money pent for food rises, the Insects Will Save

,' :1 recommended fruit and vegetables, of which only small chance foe a better diet rUle with It.
conference "
'f The Washington increases are asked In some line, will But cost alone I* not a measure of the
be used
that mutts and vegetable Food For Freedom
continue to carry Florida sunshine and declrabUtty of a diet. A low-coat assortment
state far
( a
and unprocessed *
In the fresh
.t health to our civilian and armed people of food properly elected may give
other
natal and
to conserve
i a* possible,
throughout the country.So nutrition and health than
better return in
needed In the defense A. N. Tlssot
By
naterlala vitally
J much for food Now for a few 1M chosen at random.
Aprogram.. They suggest also that drying a more expensive Associate Entomologist, Florida Experiment !,
words about some other ways In which comes
I This I* where the homemaker
and cold
Station.
defcytratlng, natural storage
Florida farm famlllea can make patriotic
In. How well aha selects her food depends
of home
Florida
storage offer supplemental mean The family raising a
contribution to their state and Nation
I' of what make
her knowledge upa
staring surplus product when can and upon garden In 1M3 will want the food product
\ thin 'eU. well.balanced diet. She must know food
canning equipment an not available. for themselves and for sale, rather
Metal of nearly all kind are scarce, values, know which food an economical
f \ tot garden project than for bug which would eat them U
Cant1d
i pUnning and our vast defense plant gulp them and reliable sources of vitamins, minerals
to conserve supplies, equipment, and Consequently given a chance So close watch will be
down at staggering rate and .
protein, energyApparently
\ human energy U essential now too, since material for new farm machinery haft many honiemakers do not kept of the growing crops and the spray
and material and farm pump and dust gun will be used often.
fertiliser aprey been curtailed. But plenty for repairs fully realize the,value of protective food '
: ,ar*Deeded to ,produce their I The home gardener can employ Insect
equipment have been allocated. So farmers will do -mille, butter, rgga green and leafy
tallest possible valuta. In the hand of Inexperienced -' control methods that,might be neither
V well to keep their machinery In good repair vegetables, and rulta The average diet I* .
| people, or In city back1ardI for labor will be scarce this year better fortified in protein and carbo- practical nor economical on a-field scale. l
not suited to garden The following point may help in control-
r or other place at the very time when higher production hydratea than In the 'mineral and vlt-
ling the horde of Insects which feed oq
'. crop they may be largely wasted. I* needed Order should be placed mina that these protective food provide.Of .
White It often will be desirable for ana garden crop.
I promptly for needed part, machinery the mineral, calcium and Iron -'
/ eomauntty and school garden to be eotaUUbed The two principal kinds of insect can
I should be protected while not In viae. Per ahortage*occur meet frequently. 'Themahortagea "
and tot i-H Club atria and boy hops alas tight can be rigged on some show up even among, famlllea be rocogiuxed by their method of feed
and Future Farmers of America and ing. or biting' Insect have well
Chewing
,type* of machinery, ao that It can be pending fairly generous amount for '
Other rural youth to participate In gardening developed Jaw and they bite off and
toed mON hour during the rush period their food. Many diet could be improved
work; avoidance of mistake la Even peanut picker might be used at without pending any more money It wallow pieces of leave*, item, or fruit -
of considerable Importance. Agricultural Their presence on plant.a8 revealed by
night merely would be a matter of selectingmore
i ? leader of I.IIenIJted States ar agreed Scrap metal lying around the farm carefully the food from each of the the hole eaten In leave or fruit or by

: that there U not a general food abort- are In demand, and aa loon a* arrange different food group withering plant which they have levered.
In felt country but that there U Among' the more common chewing' insects
age metro have been completed by the USDA Milk la an economical source of several

; niece.Ntyr larger production of food Defense Board for handling theM In important food value} It contribute found In vegetable garden an cater /o

each county, they can be sold and addedto more to good nutrition than any one food. plllere beetles, grasshopper and cricket

the armament pU*. Sucking Insect haY fine _hair-Ilk
It ha no equal aa a source of calcium
DUNNCLLON PUPILS Rubber will likely be scarce through Without a generous supply of milk. It i* mouthparta which they push Into plant

out the and farm vehicle with and through which they sock out the
ARE RAISING FOOD year, difficult to get enough calcium for buildIng
: rubber tires will need to be used carefully and maintaining strong bone and plant Sip which Is their food. These Insect

< | IN SCHOOL GARDEN and Judiciously 1t8 also quit teeth and for promoting a high level of never bit. out piece of the plant

likely that a crap rubber collection cam general health. Milk i la alao a source ot but their feeding' often cause leaves to

UNKa.u>N. FUU- The Dunnellon palgn will be Inaugurated In the next phosphoru proteins of good quality vitamins be curled or dwarfed, or the whole plant

High School defense garden going over few weeks. and here again the", farm A and B. and It I* excellent as may b* yellow. Among the more common

14 topnotch style, thank to the InitoayUv family may contribute. pellagra preventive. Evrn families who sucking Insect an aphid, leafhop- '

of rrt ctp&I W. P. Davidson and the One food la produced l\ should not economize sharply should'get plenty ot pen and stink bug "

'industry of the puptt who work: It. be waited, and there I* no iMoelty' for milk in some tam Chewing tDMOtI.cut be controlled t>t

: Mr Davidson started the baa rolling waateful and destructive UM of land or Vegetable and fruit belong ,In the spraying or dusting the plant with pot- ,e

P last October when b* put the children forata Spray! material and fertlllaer protective claaa because of their vitamin onous material. One of the commonestand

to work clearing and preparing a big may b*' slightly curtailed, and these most easily obtained of these poisons

lot adjacent to the -=booI. Ranted a should lie used judiciously and ao that 1* feed ararnate. One ounce of this white I

variety ef vegetable" wed, and urged the they will be moat affecUv make tremendous effort, exert every powder nixed with three ounce of hydrated -

chOdrea to develop Ua project. That By doing these thing Florida farmer energy,' sacrifice if necessary; sweat most lime and'wen stirred Into three

d certainly during ltd, but In tile end gallon of water make an effective
tUi' DarldBoo'a plea If succeeding la will be contributing materially to national , they

shown by th* BOO turnip-and other ye > eW...... and at the same Um4"Ve will hra ,th* aatlafcUon>.of knowing apny, ,U 'the' grower doss tot.- have. ;

stable plants*nee* growtng U the garTM filing themMlvw through Increased income that they have don their,part In UM a prayer be can nix four ounce* of 1ea4' "'i I i

.*.. .vegtabe-an used tot school tremendous -W.stiuggt* Involving UMwy anenata with two pound of hydrated :!

lumtmese Tea. Florida farmer murt and will life of democracy., (CWltaastt Oe rag4 ft) ,






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I .Better Nutrition For Florida Farm Families Biddy Goes to Work Earlv I


By Asm Ms. 8lkErtesMdasi ante of meal planning and preparation .'p t tax 4 4y N

Y. Nutritionisttat using a variety: of foed*. a
A Not only do the farm families with
nation Is facing what Is perhaps
good or excellent diet have more home-
4' Ik* most serious crisis: la history. It I I. produced foods per person than those ,

cognised that the physical well being with fair or poor diets but differences 1 d x
ec
of aD people i. cC Ant Importance ins are greater with respect to those foods

+aatfeoal defense It Is very true that a that make special contribution to the diet.
Home food production program pertain ,
nation I* no stronger than Its people, ,
not only to home garden, but livestock",
and w* cannot be strong a* a nation or
4 1 dairy poultry and fruit are essential In
.fcilvMual unless w* have the proper a food home production program. The

fool Wen.balanced diet contribute to more limited the Income, the more important
increased vitality and physical fitness A it become for families to plan
total defense program require a total and carry out home production program'
edt autrlUon programs Bach 1* a part of the suited to family need.
t For bitter nutrition and health farm
otherFarm families need better food. The families must shift agriculture more ana
mor of It* own food the farm familyraises more towards producing those foods
and the wiser the planning' the which are rich in vitamins, mineral and
more "protective foods" the farm wife the right kind e( proteins This mean
can Include in the family diet production of more of the foods, such a*
e At this time better nutrition througha milk, eggs tomatoes, leafy green or yellow ov
I wen planned food supply home produced vegetables, lean meat, eta Through
a* far as possible, should be the "goal' such production programs' for home um
of every farm family. Th family on the the garden the cow, the ben and the pig
farm can secure their food at !less than will be furnishing the farm family with
n wholesale price if they produce It tham- the necessary vitamins, the good minerals
..-. A* a part of the Food for Freedom and the proteins which will build
program every farm In Florida should, Ifpossible such qualities a* joy, grit, nerve, stamina
.y.ya be self-sustaining This means strength and'assurance and thus will be'
that: (1) every family must determine pointing toward the kind of meats that
)U food requirements by making out a, will build healthy farm people America will need millions of em th!* winter, .* part .f Ik* "...
food supply budget. Including the foods fens food" production. Kathlym Hines, ,nUR club girl, shows
Beaded, the quantity required for each fcidjr'tfcat soldier! boon will be tspstUJ. ilarr. fcstr? producers ,
parson and the yearly needs of each Florida Farmers Are follow thl* Brattle of turning OB electric light la laying horses early I

food item for the family, (2) every tam. Called On-To In la the morning during winter _tb. Tk* practice conpenisUs forth
fly must determine Itt feed requirements Help fewer bran .f daylight and girt ban a San day *f eating sad

by making out a feed budget or Producing More MilkBy taring.
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plan for feeding the farm animals; (3) g- sorghum, Para grass carpet grass.,oats, chemical before planting them. Of; tho
after food and feed requirements art IbmDsj L. Brown :Napier grass, and other crops should chemicals V"ted. red copper oxide, Sent
known the land needed must b* figured nttamloa Dalrymaa be planted for forage and pasture for fawn, Bpergon. and liDo oxide bay paved
(Plans should provide for some,surpluses, Florida farmer have been called upon the family milk cow the crop to be most effective Cabbage, cucumber let
for better food and feed., and (41 After to do their' part in filling the national planted depending, of course, on it* adaptability tuce, spinach and tomato have ihowa
load are produced, plans should be mad goal for milk this year, and they are goIng to the section. greatest benefit from treatments Th*
to Insure a yeas round supply by storing to do It. They are going to do it because Family cows need more than pasture, benefit obtained from treatment vartno
Banning, curing preserving and otherwise Increased production of milk win and they should be given a mixed grain somewhat v.itJtM variety of seed, the
promising quantities, needed, and help them and their families, help the feed regularly. And never should the material used and the soil type t\ which
finally (ft), the family must decide bow nation and help our allle In the war. jnportanco of plenty of water for the the seed I* planted. However, for tarly
food should be prepared including stand- Though tney may not be producing family cow be overlooked a* she jut planting, It would seem to b* profitable.;
milk for sale they all the same will, be can't produce milk unless she has plentyof ; Investment to UM any of the'm&te
helping themselves and their countryby water. mentioned for any of these varieties of
Holmes County Farm keeping a good family cow or two to Kindness and regular milking also seed.
f Folk Are provide thl* peer' of all foods for their are necessary It the family cow Is to produce All of these matertala, except Rem*
Increasing family Farm families must be strong : at maximum capacity wuv should be applied at the rate of

Gardens And Flocks and healthy to do the tasks before ono percent by weight of dry seed, Sow
I them and no other food Is more essential eaan I 18 used at the rate of one-half of
Treatment Of Seed
BOVIFAY, FLA/-Tou can count on to health than milk. one percent. By volume this would bo.
Holmes County folk doing their part in Too, the family cow produce fcrtiU Gives Them Better approximately 1-2 teaspoonful of Sen
J 'the wartime,agricultural program. cer' that I* very valuable for the home stars per pound of seed; 2 level ttaapoon
r That UM report from Mr. Betties garden and other crops Chance To DevelopBy file of Spergon; 1. 1-2 level teaspoonfuls
I < : Caudle,. Holmes, County home agent. If possible, It is best for every tarn of sino oxide; or' teaspoonful 1 of red!
i and, thee are her reason behind ill) U>ot can to have two cows no ono always \V. Ii. TUlulo copper oxide per pound of dry seed
Every 4.H boy and girl In the county will be ,.....b. One should be bred to freshen Plant raUwktghit Florida Experiment The material can be conveniently applied '
!( jJ* going to raise four or more vegetable In the late summer or early fall, while Station by placing' the seed and treating
nX71 ; la his or her garden, plant four fruit the other may be bred to freshen when Seed planted during the winter, and material together in a fruit jar or,largo
tree, and raise at least six pullet durIng the first I 18 going dry. Of course, some early spring often art exposed to cold, mouth bottle, closing with lid or stop.
; the year. farms have several milk cows for family wet soil for several successive days. Such er and shaking them vigorously for two)
\,', Every home demonstration club womt use. conditions retard DM germination of to three mines to assure even dlrtrtbu
an Js going to plant 12 or more fruit Farmers who have only one cow and men varieties of seed and frequently tlon of the material over the ........ Frets
}trees, add at least 12 more Paolo to her those who have none will do well to buy tile seed rot or produce a poor stand of erably the seed should 'fee treated Just
u poultry; flock expand her horn garden bred heifers of good production lines weak plants. This decay Is caused by before they are planted. Car should betaken
f Md endeavor to make it' produce the from market dairy herd or' from other fungi which live In the soil and are favored to avoid inhaling ducts of any of
r1 year around,. and can a* muck. surplus farmer mho have more cow than theyneed by the conditions that low down the maa.rt.... Chicken or other animal*
h food a* "possible for J&tel'Lt activities of the seed. should not be allowed to eat. the treatedseed.
;
-- Legume crop such a* cowpeas, soy Much of this kind of trouble can be .
: beans, brggarweed, and clover, corn, prevented by treating the seed with a -.-- a
Ridding Gardens -
4
. Home Demonstration ..
.., (OoatUoxd.... rap f)
t.; A.', Women Grow {Jardens+

I1DIe or flour and Out this mixture lightV Home' demonstration club member
: over hit plants.using 4 sugar uck or In Belle Glade and Pahoke I'f1'01'eo
other ooar** cloth bag One must alwajifcmember -* Per cent home garden giving the fanul-

that lead arsenate 1. poisonous ... a variety of nine vegetables foe daily
iW It human being and vegetable to notch 't"I meals and canning:say Mrs I'.dltlBIOI"
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spelled! mush be
very thoroughly rue, Palm Beach County home agent.
Mashed before being -ten. ar..nac.II'bUI'bIUI community,

,fj Two teopoonAdj of Black Leaf 40 where homo demonstration _....bthave
Md one ounce of soap In one gallon of 10O par cent home garden (many for the
;Water will kill many of the smaller suck first time), Interested their iwlgUioro
ing insect *. Sprays or dusts containing by bringing them to see their gardeno

, .\ JPrrethrum or rotenone win kill root and giving them plants
of
the sucking Insect and many of the Boynton Community canned 700 eon
)Jr1"i Does as irett The* are not talMT of vegetables the first five day
poisonous. to human and they may' well w /Ku that the National Defense Canning Center
M ,aubftitutod for UM anenlcal on rd had been In operation Leader attended -
] ',*ejtaWe which are to be. eaten won the Extension Canning School recently
tIt"top treating : held In nil Mntno DMnonstratMt
tile gardener 18 especially: diligent Kitchen Other neighborhood Centers will
1ilants and '1U very ewefuily, examine his be In operation soon bi several section:
,' daily, ho saw Control many of the' of th*' county where oomssrvatioetom,' ,
> larger -------
insects both p' rp. by-plcklnf;' BBlUecs, are' busy sssembllng equipmentAnd
this
i wem off lor MORE MHX FOR FREEDOM'S rDOFLK will be produced by Florida cows
hand and centers for work Of eJH
dropping them Into preparing
year. a* they get better feed and attention. This picture show some ot tile tine cows
Can contatotag A llttl kerosene in U* herd of the University City Dairy. (Cut courtesy Orlando_Bentlnet-SUr nine s urplusaa . ,j.

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6 FOOD FOR FREEDOM SECTION February, 1942



ffllFlorida Farmers Can Earn Money .


: And Conserve Soil At Same Time

Y
I Florid farmer ere offered the op PASTURE

portunlty under the 1842 AAA farm program I. Establishing permanent cover by

of earning money and, Improving planting sod piece of perennial e
grams ... . ... $3.00 per acre / Y
IOU fertility at the aame time.
f. Seeding ),rmanent paiture. ... r
H. a Clayton Ute AAA admlnistrator
13.00 per a ire t
or. today said a total of approximately
10. Reseedii>. depleted pasture with /+1 a toJ
13,000,000 will to available to the farmer i
adapted pasture IDIaturee....0.13Per e ii
of the state which can be earned AQpN I
pound
tat carrying out soil-building practice r
11. Renovation of
permanent pastures
that conserve and Improve soil fertility
Infested with noxious weed and
prevent erosion and encourage economic
competing plant, or shrubs..0.50
UM of the land / "
TIle administrator MId that "a oll- per acre a 40 Y e
building allowance I* computed for each EROSION CONTROL 1- vY
farm and the) farmer can earn the full 11 Construction of standard terrace
allowance for his farm by carrying out for which proper outlet are provided -
sufficient of the Mil-building practice .. 0.75 for 100 linear ft
most needed on his farm. Payment sufficient GREEN MANURE AND COVER: CROPS i
to pay a good part of the cost 11 Green manure cover crop of
of carrying out building practice legume and winter non-legume.
can be canned U these are carried out ... .. ........ ... $1.50 per acreb
according to specification! ( ) Green manure and cover crop

The 1941 Florida AAA Handbook Hit of dimmer non-legumes....0.75 per

!. practice which farmer can carryout acre THE PEANUT will get the Jap, since Florida farmer
are Joining other In the
during the period from January 1 (Applicable only east and south of Southeast In producing a tremendous supply for oil to keep the wheels of war rolling
to December SI U42. The practice with Madison County.) and to supply' civilian need .I
rate of pa'meDt're outlined below and 14. Summer legume Interplanted or
the complete specifications are given.IB grown' In combination with Inter .Seed Available And never separate education from nutrition rand
the Handbook now available la each tilled row crop. .... 0.30 per acre medical care and was pleased at the. .IJ
county AAA office. FORESTRY Prices GuaranteedOn emphasis on health and nutrition 'nd.

a. Application ef Material 15 Forest tree planting on croplandor understanding of democratic ideal
0. Application of the following material farm woodland, pines, yellow Peanuts For Oil stressed In the 4-H dub program. J
to, or In connection with the poplar black cherry, or red cedar To assist Florida farmers In rats Mrs. Roosevelt urged the million and,
the full seeding of, perennial or biennial (at 650 tree per acre. ..$4.50 per ing peanut for oil this year, the AgrUcultrual a half 4-H Club member over the country -
legume, perennial grasses, winter acre.b Adjustment Administration has to take a* a goal the bringing of the
j legume, leipedeca, crotala rI" ( ) 400 pin tree per acre. .. .$3 00 arranged with the Commodity Credit 4-H Victory Program to those )'OWII'peopl.
Natal graat, permanent pasture, or per acre Corporation for farmer to be supplied who are not reached by any rural
14. Forest tree with seed organisation and who perhaps, need It.
green manure crop In orchard planting on fenced peanut on a "pay a* harvest
,(*) 4. pound available phosphate non-crop open pasture land not considered ed" plan. County agent and County AAA most, thus giving all young people an
$1.50 farm woodland personnel have information concerning opportunity to feel that they are a partof .

(b) Basic slag .. .. ... '.80 per ton ,(e) Fin ground raw rock or colloidal acre.b chairman of the Florida USDA War
phosphate containing not lea ( ) 400 pine per acre, ..$1.50 per Bard Sheely Lists Points
acre He call attention to the fact that
than 28 percent P2O8 4 BO per ton
{ :Xd) Raw rock or eollodlal phosphate (c) Planting specified forest tree price for peanut produced for oil this To Keep Work StockIn

Itl f containing not lea than 11 percent aeedllng (Including ahrub beneficial year have been guaranteed toy the Department .
I P2O8 .... ...... 420 per ton to wildlife)....7.60 per acre of Agriculture at not lea than Working Condition
i f' :t.) 50 percent muriate of potash or (d) Protecting muck land subject to $8] a ton for No. 1 Spanish and $71 ft Florida farmer, preparing for the
I its equivalent applied to permanant serious wind erosion by establIshing ton for No. 1 Runner, delivered at designated biggest crop year In history, can get morl
fo pasture, leapedesa, or kudzu approved shrub windbreaker assembly point horsepower out of their team It they
I2LAO per ton ... > cent per plant. Mr. Clayton say that plenty of seed observe a few point which will tend to
1 (a) Dolomltlo are available and that Florida farmer and animal
llmeston$4.00 (*) Improving stand of forest trees put keep the work In good i
i per tonI under approved system of farm .securing large quantities of them. condition, say W. J. Sheely animal husbandman ,
I ,( ) Other ground limestone or woodlot and wildlife management with the State Agricultural Extension : [

equivalent ... .. ..... $300 per ton (applicable only In Alacbua, Columbia Victory Program Is Service. H* add that loss of' Ij
I J t. Application of not lea than t tON and Washington counties.) time during the busy work Itnon thisyear j
mulching material to orchard or ....$100 per acre Launched By State'sFarm will lie more serious than usual. <,<
1 commercial vegetable land..IISO He suggest the following tight points e
: per acre MISCELLANEOUS Girls And Boys M being well for Florida farmer to*. r
.< ...... 17. Growing an approved home gardenfor Launching of a seven-point Victory remember: r
4. Seeding annual feepedeta.$1.00 a landlord, tenant or hare- Program by Florida farm boy and girl 1. That It I. necessary to condition the t
per acre cropper family on a farm.$1 through organised 4-H Club has been horse and mule which have stood Idle. r
4A. Seeding innaal rye grass.... per garden announced by Wllmon Newell, Directorof for some time by gradually Increasingthe
ATS per acre 2$. Control of myrtle on fenced non. the State Agricultuarl Extension Ser' severity and amount of daily work. IIII
0. Seeding leepedeta wrlcea....U.1iO crop open pasture land.$1.80 per vice. Baal of the program was laid down 2. The animal' feet must be kept sound'' 1t 1t
per. acre acre, In a discussion of civilian defense at a and serviceable by regular trimming IIt.IIII
a iiiv" 'ppucame .easi and souin 01 conference recently In Washington between shoeing.
'J Madison County) 4-H club leader In the Departmentof 4. Vie of multiple hitches may Increase
t Seeding winter .legume*-Auetriari PLANT MORE PEANUTS Agriculture and lira. Franklin D. the amount of work done dally and will e

peat, vetch blue lupine, white MONnCELLO, FLA-Negro farmer Roosevelt. reduce man-labor requirement ).
I j t Dutch or Ladlno clover .. U. O per of Jefferson County will plant 50 percent The program call for ((1) InterpretIng 4. Heavy breeching harness should. Dot 01
I serer to the community the four freedom.: be used for field work when no backing a.
more 1*
r acreage peanut than their
.. Establishing a permanent vegetative goal call for this year, X. A. Groover, Freedom of Speech Freedom of Worship, I* required. II'ID-
: cover of kudzu JUG per acre Negro farm agent report Freedom from Want, and Freedom from 6. Sweat pads are a poor way to make
C B>.--...' 49k' nnaklnv' everY effort- to Dro a collar fit they are hot and Insanitary. .
due and conserve needed food In 4-H 6. A slow hone or mule should not teworked .
Terraces Built Under AAA. Save Club project; (3) saving for victory- with a fast one-team* should be I)
prevention of waste collecting scrap matched: for better work. b
Florida Farm Land metal, burlap, old paper, .to.l (4) developing T. Check the animal's teeth to be sure III
Individual and community they ate In condition to chew grain and w
health; (8)) learning useful technical and hay. '
mechanical skill' and volunteering for .. Warm up the animals gradually at),. Isd
civilian defense work; (I) practicing the the beginning of each work day, and +
democratic procedure; and (1) understanding water, groom and salt them regularly. 4 3iw
1936 k kl the social and economic force
at work In this country through discussion THIS i
groups' and other organised. community FOOD FOR FREEDOM
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activities. w
SECTIONIs
The program U a wartime revision of Published By The
,1937 kk a seven-point program which the 18,000 FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL
4-H Pub member and the 400 local 4-H EXTENSION SERVICE
Club leaden of Florida have been carrying ' UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA .m
forward tor the last year and a half, GAINESVILLE FLORIDA alW
: la commenting on the program Mrs.Roosevelt 'Aad tNstribeUe By
1938 kk kkj put la a strong ilea for acUvUle 41 Cooperating Newspaper
which develop a better under U the lateral ., Large Fend
e standing of democracy and produce better Supplies te Florida. During JMYILMO.f I ..iMtip
) -iMaIa and nutrition among young \ .ItEWELL,
.. people fihe Mid that what the young Director..of. Ki...!.
people ere thinking and deciding today 1* A. P. kPCNCjut." Vtee-Ursr+or
just what the world 1* going to be later. J. FRANCIS VOOI'.... EdHer

Mr. Roosevelt... .taa.t she could ...g.! -EEAL1l,.Ldlhr

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Farm Families Will .Work, Win I


i: By Mary E. Keow. or

'pt" state Home pMmnetraUea ArM
", Suitable and cover of the family may be a* great
j&MMaiijr war problem faeebe farm TextilesAnd
a service a* sewing for the needy.
*1.11II11of Florid thla year. FortunatIfor *-
The of the homemaker
responsibility
rural people pronally. and tor
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A, ,nfiiculturU stste, their education Clothing Build continue to enlarge; she Is facing tile
shy problem ef her
experience of the past few dressing family and providing
varied
sad Morale And Health textiles for the hone without ....
have provided them with' Useful
years erlrvg their standard U the two of Acing -
they will need M they battle
wetponi cost and Increased taxes.
through to win their real objective in ,
Clothing ABel Food Both Necessary
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war u veil w In peace-a well fed, 4
In Winning The War
Watty slotted, elf-relUnt, united }
household, all healthy 'and strong and Substitution May Be Farm Families Will

eager and trained to serve home and Necessary

Wintry.SB" Have Higher Incomes
All member of ,the family Florida t? 4 ,t By Clatrin Bleacher
and women, boy and girls, will Exteaeloa Spertalbt In From 1942 ProductsBut
to give their most careful thought Clothing awl Textile
taklnr stock of their Immediate re-
itD.eft *o they may use them without -' Clothing along with food and shelter. Living Expense Will Continue
and to the beat advantage. Each MARY E. KEOHN I* one of the three primal needs of To Increaser Necessitating

one will seek to find the work he can needed to share their useful Information man. Good clothing not only will help Adjustment .. '
beet do. Moat of MM will need to be con with friend and neighbors and to takeresponsibility farm famllle produce more food. It will
tent with making our contribution to along specific lines 4-H .. build up their morale and health. By Ames Mae arose

Battooal defense by doing the common club work for boy and girl and similar Agriculture and agricultural program Florida farm families general will

everyday duties In an increasingly betted opportunities for young people must have are feeling the war. The preparation bare more money to spend In 1M2 than

way. encouragement' to give young people need and need of war affect cotton and linen they did In 141, It Is Indicated by the
Adjustment and aelf-denlal wilt be ed training and to teach them useful production, the first an Important agricultural
outlook for farm family living. Both de.
of the day. Careful thinking kills. crop of the South. With cotton
; the order mand and production an exepcted: to Increase -
\ to plan the strategy the successful The Home Demonstration Agents and goods providing the bulk of clothing and .
lot Important. Some of the the Farm Demonstration Agent of the textiles for Southern families and home.
{campaign Increased t.* Income. for Florida
.ij popes which must be considered by every Agricultural Extension Service wish to many change are expected. farm families may result from the Food
I 4 rural family la Florida can be outlined dedicate all our faculties to serving farm Although the place of food In this for Freedom program Because of ...
famllle wisely and well la then war-time war Is recognized, other need are preeent. .
aa follows: creased home production of food aserelivestock -
JfiTeod for freedom U of first Importance days The Information we have or cansecure They should receive consideration.The product can be made available -
nutrition for all member aa field representative of the national clothing and textile must not
'; ; adequate fupply for home tee; more milk cream,
"of the family to keep them strong U the government and of the educationalystem be overlooked because or Its place In the butter, cheeee, egg, poultry, meat; garden -
.: tint responsibility. We must meet production of our stat can be used to advantage normal pattern of family living as weftas product can be increased, tomatoes

goal fen farm crept, pork, pout-. by farm families to help them find Its effect on human being during war. leafy, green and yellow vegetable and
livestock home the answer to some of the problems In time of strain and stress
: dairy product gar- personal potatoes; more "-rrow. fruit and
and food conservation and storage; ahead. A* farm families win their victories appearance Is Important In keeping up berries can be used a* well a* honey sad
[ use and distribution of surpluses so all Florida Is strengthened morale. Pride, aelf-aasuranc and confidence syrup. Some cereal caa be prepared to a
require .vel''on.'* attention.rradueUoa -all elements of morale-are allied greater extent for home use, Household
problem connected with Eating Right Foods closely to being well dreseed. One mean operating coati can be leeeened throughfull
f providing the food supply such a* short- of building these desirable characteristic economic and repair of furniture and
0 ag of seed, fertiliser spray materials Will Keep Adults I* by wearing good clothe Good health equipment

.! ', tanning supplies and equipment call for being the most necessary factor of a Farm families will no doubt be con
''immediate consideration. Storage facilities And Children Strong pleasing personal appearance la the logical fronted with Increase la farm operating

la the home and on the farm to W* are aaxloua for our families to means of unifying clothing and food. costs, production costs and taxea. Standards -
Uk care of immediate and emergency keep well and for our children to grow Fulhermore clothing contribute physical of living will be simplified since
inside must be provided. strong healthy bodies, Farm families health by Influencing posture. WearIng warring nation need mere food and will
," Nutrition and Health problem must know that much of the growth and vigorof suitable clothes assists In controlling produce fewer consumer food
.. be studied, especially aa they deal with their stock depend on the feed that body temperature and wearing comfortable AdjUBtaMta ladlraled.
i. home vegetable and fruit gardens, with the animal have. The food which I* clothe allow freedom of body Farm families will find that I living
conserving food for home use through served day after day at the family table movement All recognize the existing expense will continue: to Increase
canning storing drying or refrigerating has Just as much Influence on the family relationship of clean and sanitary dom f"oooI-Retail prices are at the highest
foods; with the need of knowing what '* health, so that the person planningthe ing to good health. level In many ,ean. The change bat
kl* required In and bow to secure Improved meal for the family ha a big privilege Other direct personal benefit remit been moat rapid since March of 141.
diet&. Better food preparation generallyand and responsibility. If the homemaker give considerable attention Food prices will advance In 1.43 but
cookery ls a patriotic duty. 4-H club Sometimes the homemaker wonders to providing clothing and textile probably not as much a* In IMt Intelligent -
member will help with production Of whether she ls giving her family all the for her family and home. Sewing at meal planning and food preparation
milk, eggs, meat and fruit and vegetables food they need for their health. MM home lot desirable In achieving satisfactory will be needed for food economy la 1142.
for home use. School lunch programsfor Anna Ma Slkee, nutritionist with the clothing and textile Since skill Otlilalal'-lW.dy.1I&da garments win ,a"
community Improvement and community State Agricultural Extension Service, and technique are essential to home coat proportionately more than yard
canning aad storage of food will says one way of making sure I* to Include sewing, this practice offer educational good Supplies of cotton and wool era
help meet Some of the needs for Individual the following food in each days opportunities. Sewing keep a person expected to be adequate for dominate
t and community: welfare. Sanitation meals: busy, give satisfaction through creation needs if families will economize oa present
In and around the house will be Importantto MILK-at least a plot for everyone, a* well a* results m an actual cash garment by car and repair.
family health and efficiency. more for children. saving. In face of the steadily rising 8h r-Priorities on material will
Thrift In Censervteg and Using Material ORANGES, TOMATOES, GRAPEFRUIT : coat of ready-made clothe, the homemaker limit farm and home building program
1\ will need attention from all member or RAW CABBAGE least will find home-made garment In" 1942.
of the family. Repair and car otelothlng one of th_. more and more economical Costs ot BewebeU OperaUea-Thrift should be
of farm and home equipment, VEGETABLES-green, leafy, and yellow yard good are expected to increase a* practiced. Lea household labor will lit
,iaavlng of scrap metals, paper, etc., mustY -one big helping or more, some raw, much aa manufactured textile goods. available, at higher. wage Waste of fuel
be the family program Ingenuity in some cooked. .ube war preparation advance should be avoided. Equipment) should b*
(making eubatltutlon for diverted supplies POTA'ZOu-.ftd ether vegetable fewer men will be left at home, resultingIn cared for and repaired. Homemade op
_win be Important. and fruit the women and girls) doing more worn and supplies will be economical Certain
if.;a J: ea.**** "..wwW face the fam- LEAN MEAT POULTRY or FISH formerly done by the men of the family. household Supplies and equipment will not
requiring study of price information, or sometime dried bean or pea*. This situation will affect the clothing: be available because of priorities as
en what they sell and what they EGGS-at best i or 4 a week, cooked supply. The homemaker may have lea metal, chemical and t.IrkOIet cC
buy; bow to hIt the cash on hand any way you choose or In "IDade'"" dishea. Urn to devote to thia. necessitating''bet operating the family car will increase
"iJl'1 be Important* taxes and need 'fOr BREAD and CEREALS-whole grain ter management. Actually, a need will but use will necesaalrly be curtailed because -
government securieite make w- products or enriched breed and lour. arise for new type of clothe Suitable of tire rationing; economies her
. Important demands; home In- FATS, SWEETS and 'SEASONINGS! for these new activities. Women' work an Important. Travel by public earner
.* to us* farm'and home neouroes aa you like them.MARION clothe no doubt will undergo many will cost more because of au... New and
to supply additional cub and to avoid change Need are at hand for garment ; Increased tame will be paid. on luxuries
fwaete; and marketing email lurpluee SCHOCC. DEFENSE to give more service and to allow amusement, telephone, telegraph real
fatter: the family need are met will be OCALA. FLA Started three month freedom without being bundelaome.X eeUte personal property, and Income
Important Local processing facttitie ago, Marion County school defense gardens famous fashion designer predict Peeelniaum, .. Educationrecreation
f.much as canning center, and local mar- an now providing goodly quantitiesof that clothes win become simplified and health charity and gift expenditure
"ketlng plane for handling Increased vegetables for lunches for school children more practical and material will be should tie nude more carefully horn cash ..
amount of foodstuffs must be developed. In many communities, according to strong and of good quality. evtllable. Increased purchase of defense
** Hem 4 Cmmulty Orgaalaatt* Mr, De othy"PavUe of the Marion Through using substitutes for tnoee bonds and stamp will reduce money.
eared: to be built up to maintain mores County Defense Council With seed textile material required by the salutary available for family living.
<4 M home and |\A the community; to sup- provided by the Marten County Com- tortes patriotism win grow. Already HOM production vf feed, feel and
PIT needed recreation an4 good time at mUsioner all schools receiving silk and linen rooM are disappearIng lIMIter WU b* Increasingly Important.
*.tittle or no cost; to promote neighborly commodities for school lunches planted from the market with some curtail .Plan win need to be made for expenditure
\jae**. that precious asset; to keep young garden and S3 of them already ment expected In woolen and perhaps during the period of hanging
',)eOPIa busy sad happy at home. Travel have had green and other vegetable rayon In the future. Tboe bomemaker price and the war. la order to provide
.problems with reference to local or __ from then to be weed for lunch The may find that the Urn spent in aonserv- nsces Isles' and have data available' (orIncome
toy-wide meetings must be worked out to children: work the garden under the ing and protecting the woolen garment reports. Pisa will need to lie
--,. tINe and cut dowa unnecessary direction of Marion County farm and made for payment of debt a* soon a*
}araapeeses. Mare trained local leader .home agent teachers, and Farm Security History win Judge us by whit w* do possible and to provide for emergency
-.volunteering\ for deflnltto duties will be workers. with what w* have. need and caving .







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t; FOOD JR FREEDOM SECTION February, 1942


Mayo Says Florida's Food.Basket Will 'Food For Freedom' ayrup during an abundance of good.ggyluy"""%

. final reminder be that for
A* a says
Overflow As Farm Families Grow Crops Banner Is InscribedBy beat results can should be planted before

March 1. although It con be planted

Farmers In 1941 after that time.Forests .
Florid" *, already a food sued "foodtnuiVef

for the United States, to declined

*... lie even more Important la the food Secretary of Agriculture Claude R. Play Vila I

p ducteean program now wider way, de- Wlrfcard In his annual report tell how Part In America's--

rtnrns Nathan Mayo, OmmlMloner of farmer in 1M1 tnacrlbed "Food flit

,..ri u'...... to urging Florida farmers Freedom" on their banner, and joined Great War Program

iKwanmt magnificently, t>> the Food for urban industry In a drive for necessary .'

Freedom drive, war productllll,1 By I. T. Ntataad
Is .. statement Issued especially for Extension Forester
The report cover the defer -program
tow rood for Freedom vetion., Compniaoioter period--tt was In print before the Wood with IU thousand uses,, "'"4,pay-
Mayo says: The al Jtorea, are today playing a vital pan
United State entered the war Secretary
"W In- Florida agriculture have teen in thereat battle for freedom in which
in a pnaterlpt, however, point out
.uNJ on to do the biggest production an of ui are engaged. And, after the vic .
that agriculture's war Job though more
tweak In and to U Flolrda forests must again,
our history, WI art going urgent: and more difficult than IU tartlet tory won

do It, Wet mum not only keep the food defers task, la the unMn character. be.ft1upon to help ua rebuild what

.....*' *! full; but make It _rftow. It 1* to provide Food for Freedom, in war has deatroyed. "Fo ests ,to,three ref

"'the taM before u* 'U our part In proper composition and in abundant sup cW;* max well be ear slogan for today

national We must and tomorrow.
W wartime
program ply, without waste of land labor, or III"tbln.ry.
wrlorm It satisfactorily: and the far To provide the sinews of war., to

Pee-rd of every other state, likewise, muse house our soldiers In training to"build
Greater In the tk results
difficulty
MNUiur* up to what la expected of them.! NVTIUN HALO ships, factories and dwelling for fact
from the drain of war on the supply ot
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Victory In- thin war to protect our coon. ory worker, we must have lumfiw The
try-and our ideals .* dependent on our These Free Bulletins agricultural labor, machinery, and other South'. goal for 1942 la U.6 billion board
of and from the fact
mean production
rffort--the efforts of all American feet of )Dumber, DA billion board feet more
that the spread> of naval fighting reduce
trtrmrrt May Help You Produce than were cut In 1WO.
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"With
Import says the Secretary. -
To perform our task and duty *uc* Naval Store GoresFlorida's
-More Foods This Year scantier facllltte, agriculture must pre- .
rHMfutty will require the united whole goal for naval storms pro.duclion
lace New motive enter the
more. agricultural
hearted effort of all of u*. "An cf v' for 1942 U 107,400 units ( a unit
Various agencies nave accumulated a aaalgnroent because defense
doemt m"IUjull the farmer who ownaMx 1* one barrel of turpentine and S 14barrels
which be Involve fighting.* well a* produc
storehouse of Information can now
arm. or the ahare-cropper or the ten of roam). This la an Increase of
of material assistance to Florida grower tion. Producing foods for our own immediate w
cent; "all of UII" mean every farm owner 20340 unit over 1MO.
freedom. Among in warfare aa well a* for
In producing food for use ,
It now that unlea Florida
uii! sharecropper and tenant appear
every every
them are the United State Departmentof the ue of our allied, summons every
farmer take their
and everyone working In Florida ag- advantage oppor-
Agriculture>, the Agricultural Experiment participant to a greater unselfish effort""W
tunltl* for producing working
1nilturvi We cannot expect the other gum by
the need the extra supplies, UM
Agricultural *
Station In Oninevllle My
f<-M IIW to do our part In this vitally Inu their turpentine tree, the goal for naval
Extension Service, which I* represented report "to make sure that our own people -
bulkhU job U to da liLt own stores. ao urgently needed may not be
jwitunt demonstration *will have to provide food for
by county and home plenty
met. The demand for naval atotM isgreat '.
and that't to take all of hloIf'M.t
part going agent, and other organization. Manyof the people of England China, and tAe "
price and farmerfwoowork
are high;
(- and time. We all must do our part.
those have available for free distribution other countries resisting aggression, and their limber themelvia can real
That Florida agriculture will do IU bulletin bearing on the food of to give the curving conquered people
be handsome profit aa well a* aid their
part, I havent the slightest doubt. Our decired. to when
which increased production 1* of Europe something depend on country In th!* time of need. -
Mart and our effort are In this tank Among the Extension Service bulletin the fighting atop and to encourage them Pulpwood Goals

UvUila fight: for freedom, and we ar go of interest are: Bui. lOT, The Home meantime in their fight agalnat oppress Paper pulp la another Indlapvaaableforeat '

l"Hf to d,> it. Garden; 81, Butchering and Curing Porkon lion. If we have food ready to pour into prod ct in the program for Nation

NATHAN MAYO the farm; 82, Feeding for Milk Production the occupied countrle--and even Into al Defenae. For IMS a total Of T.200,*

Commissioner ; 86, Bcrewworm In Florida, 101. Germany. sour aa the battle for democracy 000 cords of wood will be needed. Tremendoua .

of Agriculture&edit Hog-Lot Equipment for Florida; 104, Beet ha been won-Hitler1* strength quantities of wood fibre for

Production In Florida; 60, Culling for will crumble 110OII... Food will win the container paper and Cellulose for other

Egg Production; 77. Houae and Equipment war and write the peace. At the, peace purposes muat be quickly available.

Is AvailableFor for Poultry; 9V Growing Healthy table the existence here of a great reserve The: more than two and a half mil

Chick and Pullet; and Clrc. 60, Portable of food will reinforce our view aa lion acre of woodland on Florida farms
Foods to. what the should be."
.
Producing All-PurpoM Poultry HOUM.Experiment peace 1* now being counted upon to help win

Station Bulletin of Gen the war. However, timber ihould not

HM When Price Are High I A eral interest include; Bui. 123 Future be cut deatructlvely. Enough young,
*
Good Time To Debts Clover Studies, 351, Winter Clover Postures Smith Urges Farmers To sound tree muat be left for another'har- .
Pay
; 353. Corn Varieties and Hybrid; vest in the next few )'e..... All timber
Produce For Home
and 271 Management of Dairy Cattle.A .. Syrup need can be met by utilizing only thoM
It la expected that the greatly exkHoJed -
list of bulletin, a*. well n
complete tree which
food of 1MI are ready This I* good business *
production program free of moat of them can b*
a* copies for
both the farmer'and'tba'aat'
will cause farmer to heed more credit Th old syrup pitcher I* coming backon
obtained at the office of
Inquiring
Urns they would for normal production. by demonstration the table In Florida farm home, 14 ion.
the county and home agentor
.n*..ddltlon to bank and other private Indeed it ha ever disappeared from
Uniting agencies there art a number offmvfcnment writing to Agricultural Experiment them, says J. Lee Smith, agronomist with ORANGE OOCTsTTf CLUB BOY
Station, Gainesville FI*. '
organlxatlona equipped' to ex- the State Agricultural Extension Service ORLANDO, FLA*-,Are. 1'Urida'e4H !

Itmil credit to farmer Among' these Sugar rationing I* giving more importance dub nwmbec eager U keif theircountry .
MORE PIGS AND MORE
are the Farm Security AdmlnUtratton to syrups and honey.Mr. win the wart

Production Credit Association, and the ,GARDENS EMPHASIZED Smith think Florida famllU 'Here/ your .___ .oard to

nrferal Land Bank of Columbia. IN MADISON PROGRAM living oa general farm will do well this ,County Ajrent at. a Moor {rW seas

The Agricultural Adjustment Admintwtration MADISON FLA More pig and more spring to plant a little more carp forsyrup at Orange Caoaty-a club beyatbouliion

extends. credit against expected garden for victory are the theme of the making. He points out that syrup Dear Mrr Messes

kwtament In the purchase of certain convrvatlon .increased production program BOW being contain vital food elements not found 'in "Piers send:me some non r.oere

>*. materlalu conservation ma- launched by Madison County 4-H dub refined augaiv thus giving It doubt value pig and ,:.,... Mr?Lilooeq

(ertal* available under the AAA program girl and home demonstration club worn at this Urn. la the. .aythlait beaMe what | amt It: '

in-Florida are 20: percent tuperphotphate en. The extension agronomist calls attend 'doing (| Tpeojecta) to help our ooua-

triple: auperpboaphate high calcium llmeMone Following the suggestion of their tlon to the fact that there are grower tryt' I* there .any way that (could I

dolomltlo limestone peanut seed home agent Mir Bonnie F. Wilder, to in nearly every county who have banked ell stamps and bond tag ear oatu

and winter legume aeed. whom they recently presented It tokenof supplies of on.'or more of the recently try? If there, fet me know, er _,.

The Agricultural Extension Service pug.Vesta appreciation for five yea** service, Introduced Improved moaalo-lmmun and thing elim.I oa do to IIELP OCR

that while farm product are aeUIn the girt and women are going nematode-realatant varieties of ,ayrup COVXTRV.

; at rood price I* a tine time to payoff to expand their home garden and raise can*. He suggests such varieties a* Co. Town very truly

Indebtedness, rather than Incur new more pig*. They aim will' enlarge their 290. Co. 851. Florida 761 or CP 116 and Lester Sill Vuia at."

obligation. poultry flock during. the year. add that POJ S13 aLto U. available In "P. fir I am buying Date=* Btmaft

place All of .these are capable' of pro now. I buy an I oaa."
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THEY RISE AND FALL TOGETHER. Florida Farmers Build Soil with: )t1

Farm Cash Income o Income Industrial workers

awn.. Legumes and Grasses


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