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: May 15, 1942
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00542
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
lccn - sn 95047482
lccn - sn 95047482
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Booklet. of Verse on Pioneer LifeIn ,
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E OF DISTRICT Poetry I THE WEATHEROfficial I I Extension of State Road ?M

celebration National Week, Mrs R. H. Fitzpatrick, (Krome avenue) northward from
musician and poet I I. offering a booklet of rhymes, "I Land in theEverglades"t weather report of the>
the Tamlami Trail to connect with
baaed on Incident of the early homesteading days In Subtropical Experiment Station, '
Sate Road 26, northwest of Pen-
MOSTLY IN B-3 South Dade The verses! "are not supposed to be poems," says the Homestead, Florida i''succo will be sought by the Red-
"but Data 'Ina.I.... I wan 1 feta
Introduction: merely l treasured recollections of early days In land District Chamber of Commerce

"J rhyme, dished up with the Informality of there homesteading days May 7. .. t 88 i lie ,,299(1 II s as a highway of military
)y Annie Mayhew FItzpatrick." ,May'. i i W : 60 ,,21,11! I I Importance because of the more

pproxlr ately twelve hundred The booklet Is dedicated "to those two grand old timers, Frances May 9-.i I 81 I 66 I I 012 direct and less congested routs It

|as ration. Bedland District during the three hat Annie Mayhew came to the Redland District\ shortly after she I I May 11. .. .1 I 8S I 63 12999, 0.74 motor convoys to the Florida Keys
lad returned from completing 'her enutical studies abroad. Miss I May 12 1 84 62 :,,2993, 0.03 and Caribbean defense bases:
Tuesday, '
days of registration May 13. !'II I 166 ,,20.04,
At meeting of the chamber
and Thursday after- ;-ewis, who will be 99 years old in September, has. been for many i
Wednesday
membership lOnday night Secretary
rears the object of Mrs.. Fltzpatrick's devoted care. ,
BOOM of this week. Kit Carson was directed' by
Breezing through the booklet II like attending; a pioneer day '
: At Redland Farm Life School RETAIL MEN MAY motion duly carried to contact
of which meeting or having a good gossip with old timers like the Calkins. \State Senator Ernest R. Graham
439 cards were Issued family or the Homes Brewers,, Kings, Suflivans or Kosels. in Washington to ask hll'aleS In (

'J.- 60 wr X class, 96 A, 34 B-V. These pictures; of pioneer 'day!'"Vn*ytlatoeVwith 4 forma care' HAVE BUREAUINDISTRICT I initiating steps for federal con

.1" M' B-2 and 201 B-3. that prevents a feeling of slight or hurt A few show tragedy, but struction of the highway as soon
!tabulation had been made C. OF C. I as posaiblt.It .
most of them will draw a smile or a chuckle. ,
It was pointed out that less than
el Homestead registrations, but It Early financing, according to Mrs. Fitzpatrick was as follows i
IS miles of connecting road would
estimated that some 700 cards I
was have to be built to the
were Issued at registration tables In earliest times when one wanted a loan I No action on Wednesday half- give army
Of dollars or doughnuts or meal for a the insurance of an additional
School pone
in the Homestead High day closing for the summer was '
with approximately 73 of Someone in the offing was sure to suggest taken at a meeting of the Home route Into the vital Caribbean defense .
gym You go to Home's store and make there your request area. Bombing or sabotage
X class and the great stead Retail Merchants Astocistlon -
in the
them
With a stub of a pencil, high on the wall. damage to out road would not
; of the remainder in Class Monday night in the chamber I
bulk He wrote the amount and the date of your call. prevent the armed forces from
r B-3. Disillusioned years later, he bought some paint of commerce building because it : their
maintaining and
; supply
In Florida City, gas ration cards And coated the wall and he said "Now there ain't was felt that an Insufficient num. j reinforcement
Issued were as follows: 8 Class X No rtcord to show what those people owe me." I' ber of business houses was represented line by another route.

32 Hast A. 95-1,7B-2,21E-3, ,Tvt charged it all up to experience," said he. I in the attendance. I Rotes

Total 78.Class Homesteads tint meat market Is described in these lines: I Members present however, attended Hear AccountsOf
X cards, Issued to persons II I a meeting of the chamberof Horticulture; Meet
whose cars are essential to operation After day upon day of beans, grits and side meatIn I commerce at the close of their
of their business or employment those tar off days, It was a great treat own meeting, and proposed that Reports on the annual meeting
were ordered to be with- When the Widow McLean brought a quarter of beef I consideration be given to formation i i I of the Florida State Horticultural

held at all registration\ places except And the set station up her house shop without platform."by' A your few lief"On planks brushed clean I of a Homestead merchtns ditgslon I|i Society were given at the meeting

key c.fttlel'llll Miami Wednesday Served her as a meat block, if you know what I mean. of the chamber.F. I|I of the Homestead Rotary Club
morning, but Issuance was allowed Now this Is the tale I defy you to match it, M. Kent and 3. R. Brooks I Wednesday Boon by members of
again Monday. In many She carved up that meat with a hand saw and hatchet wert appointed from the chamberto I+[I the Subtropical Experiment Station
cases, especially at Redland school, We waited In line, In our right hands our money.I . work with a committee from staff, all of whom were on
X cards were Issued to persons who wanted steak. She said, "It's neck you'11 get honey." the merchants association to see the society' program as speakers

used their cars as the sole means 'Twas We bOHght no use what to argue she cut or and stick said up, "'ITtn"O;.u," to boot. I what can be done In this regard I I I (Continued on Page Two)

of transporting their produce or '
poultry to marketRHENEY Other verses that have to da with eating are those telling cf
: Local Lions Sell Bushel of Limes _
the fish fry at Calnen's corners:
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HEADS Just a fish fry at the corners, but it rated. For $22.01 at State Convention ;
'Twas for something Lonnie Coffin celebrated.I .
can't recall the reason
But I feel 'twould be high treason A bushel of Redland District had sold out the convention
RAINBOW\ VETS To belittle the impression it created. tones sold for $2301 at the state I fund was richer by 22.01, a price

Lions ,convention at Miami Beach per bushel far beyond the most '
The Hill girls then wert b1In' size-I mean '
OF STATE AGAINFlorida tQtsVeek it was reported to mmber1' enthusiastic lime growers' wildest
and Onle
They. were ;young slim then, and Pauline. I
Mary Lewis at the corners of the Redland District Lions dream.
Taught the home kids and foreigners.In Club Tuesday night when J. S.1 I The convention adopted a resolution j

veterans of the famous the little one-room school: she reigned a queen. Peters, S. J. Lynch, W. H. Owens it was reported, recommending
and C. L. Ooley recounted some that all Lions clubs In
Rainbow Division of World War Let's get back across the comers to the fish of their experience at the con Florida Include as an activity the

No. 1, re-elected W. K. Rheney of The Although amount you no att one was thought governed to ask by It your, with. ventivn.s prantkUon of means of detecting,

Homestead president of the state Every eUte brought a basket At the luncheon sponsored by prt mUn rturinf and aiding dtfectife >
chapter, while W. H. Woods, an. That was : folks took a "covered dlih". tie Redland Club and presidedover : hearing to-order to keep
!each ttdjvMual 4'l: +!YttaxJmum
by George Cooper, it was explained
t other Homestead moo was reelected It was .seldom then, the neighbors chanced to meet George had lust finished efficiency. 8t *etiux&tey"W the t
.. secretary and treasurer at So the fish fry was to an a wondrous treat explaining that his club had fin Redland dub was testrunuMalJasecuring
Lonni Coffin said he'd buy them,
the annual convention la Orlando Florence Kosel helped to fry them ished Its project of providing : the adopHttt.pf two resolution !
last week Paul Haley of Florida So all the others had to do, was com and eat shoes for an members, when three which will supplement the '
City also attended the Rainbow of these members assisted by two I work done by Lions clubs for the
a reunion.In I Folk came early In the morning and stayed bite; from Coral Cables, came In,.WJOl 1 blind of the state. '
In session at Orlando at the I Frankly hungry, they Just ate and ate and att. feet bare and pants rolled up and I Lapel buttons for )00 per cent
same time was the state convention i No No ont one's cared how muck OtfJ.obble4. created quite a disturbance In de. I attendance during the period of
appetite was
of the American Legion. John I' Twis the most outstanding fish try, up to data. manding recognition. Before they I the international contest from
O. Sallty Post of Homestead was were quieted they started to sell ,.I s.hroup April wet
represented by Commander E. J.i i Transportation problems existed in those early days even as in the limes, provided by} Harold awarded to Harley Core, Sam
Norman Past Commander Larry' the present gas shorsge, according to "My Ladys Boudoir", which Kendall at: any price, they could I I Davis, Jobs Graves, Jack Hanu y
Pope and Port Adjutant Wm. J. tells also of aa Ingenious! method of solving another problem. The get Irma a cent to I dollar. BuyIng mett, Herbert Katz, Harold Kes-
Ge1'Ol11mo-1n addition W Mr. verses read: was voluntary, but those! who ,I doll John Lynch, Ed Norman. "

Rbeney and ).fr. Haley (Continued on Pale Three) fated to purchase were fined b>} ,i I, (Continued on Page Two)

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IpLANE SPOTTERS Sirs. Nicholson Joins I chaplain at Lawson General & ,
Beauty Salon. StaffMrs. piUI at Atlanta.
Mr. Blackford who was U yean
: FREE SOLDIERS old died suddenly Sunday night
Jos. Nicholson of Homestead Funeral services were held ..
Is again connected with Jacksonville la St John's Episcopal ,}
'ITO FIGHT AXIS Alice's Beauty Salon, announces Church of which he was ... ';
O TA I Mn R. E. Sherard. proprietor. social rector.
Mrs. Nicholson, a senior operator,
I Airplane potters who this week was connected with the hop last LIONSContinued
;were called on by the defense year and this winter owned and I :
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council to two or three houn duty operated shop in Lakeland
( from Page One) ,
nightly at their listening posts Mrs. Nicholson will replace '
and air raid and In warden who Chas. Ooley, Will Owens, Larry !
Norma Cossman Lewis who has
Zinnias lead in Popularity are attending first aid classes six moved to Key West Pope, Chas. Pratt, Geo. Ruehle, ;
and more houn a week... doing Arthur Smith, Don Talbott and
I Zinnias are the most popular ability to Improve la size and color *o willingly, for they know that James Wollam.
Cowers in America. In nuking ,under the encouragement of l the few hours sleep they lose will To Hold Confirmation Next Tuesday night at 7:30: the
their way to this eminence they plant breeders. Their color rangeis 1 help materially to win the war, Services Here SundayThe Homestead Rotary Club will meet
have overtaken sweet peas, asters, one of the largest including''(ays W. E. Rheney, district air I with the Lions at the Lions Den.
and petunias, which still are popular nearly all the spectrum except raid warden. Rt Rev. Arthur C. Thompson Ted Preston former president of '',
to be sure, but are trailing real blues. la size they range "The airplane spotters alone retired bishop from Southern she Miami Rotary Club, will be'
tlnnlas in the race from the tiny gracilllma os cupid ; are releasing for fighting service'Virginia, acting for the Rt. Rev. the speaker.
The merit which contributes' type, through many Intermediatesizes 350,000 soldiers who otherwise I John D. Wing bishop of the diocese
most to the zinnia's success Ja'' to the dahlia flowered and I would have to man the listening of Florida, will pay an official ROTESContinued
probably the ease with which it Is I Irown. [California giant classes, which can stations on the eastern seacoast of visit to St. John's Episcopal
A tropical plant. which I be grown to I diameter of six I the United States", said Mr. Rhe I Church Sunday and conduct confirmation .
ney. "Any man who loves ,hi. services there at I ( from Page One), ,
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country as much as 'he should, o'clock Sunday evening. .
90 will give freely and willingly of I nude,research
10 0 its services and possessions with- Dr. Pendleton Attends Speaking to the Rotary" Clfib'
Dr. Qco. D. Ruehle, '
out thought reward. He will were path-
GtAClluttALINEARII s1AAO1A8A LILLIYUT feel that lust doing his full duty Funeral in Jacksonville I ologlst"In"charge of the Subtropical
FIIPnILS and helping to beat the Axis is Experiment Station; Dr. E. M.
MKl compensation enough." Dr. W H. It. Pendleton of St Andersen, horticulturist; and S. J..
r fohn's Episcopal Church was one Lynch, assistant horticulturist.,
'J FISHERMEN NEED CARDS i of the clergymen who officiated Rotes of Homestead will hold .
Identification cards are now required Monday at funeral services for the their meeting next week In t Jointsession
.- from all who fish from Rev. Ambler -H. Blackford of with the Redland District
mats in salt water. Cards maybe facksonville brother of Capt. Lions Club on Tuesday night at
FANTASY obtained from the Coast Guardt Randolph T, Blackford, Homestead 7:30 In the Lions Den at Silver
"ILA 1101 OT91osuOUT Pier 3 la Miami. rector who is now serving as Palm.rrrmmmnrlr.

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j FOR LEGISLATURE, GROUP 3

r Will Insist that state clear away all obstacles to Immediate
DAHLIA' riOWEPED CALIFORNIA GIANT
?o post-war development of Evertlades National Park.

various Types and Sixes of Modern Zinnias. Will advocate Immediate steps by state to obtain rlfht-of-

} endures the hottest weather, It is Inches And they have been bred I way for four-lane national defense highway from Jacksonville
: the beginners Ideal flower, germinating Into a remarkable variety of to the Florida Keys.
quickly in warm weather l forms. ', 1 ,
Will Introduce bin for state to bring about extension by
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1 growing rapidly to flowering Small flowered zinnias are In'' :
federal government of Krome Avenue from the Tamlaml Trail
size, and then producing blossoms some ways better border flowers i
.abundantly r than .the giant! flowered classes;|I to State Road t.--tame to be constructed as a military high: '
Late planted zinnias are best they produce more flowers, held : way giving shorter and more direct access to maintenance of :
sown where they are to remain to above the foliage I '
on bushy plants, :
armed forces at Homestead and Key West.
avoid the check of transplanting and their variety of forms make'' _
Plant three of four seeds to a hill Interesting texture effects. i j Will advocate bill to prevent Issuance of tax deeds until
hills 24 feet apart for the large The shaggy r.Dt.'pe, and (Paid Politic Advertisement, one year after the close of the present war.
flowering types and 18 Inches for I the icablosa flowered zinnias make " . .. ,." .. ".. . . .. " .
the dwarf sorts, then thin to a single pleasing cut flower arrangements,I
plant They will make rapid while the small flowered .Inlesl]
growth, especially if encouragedwith are excellent for low bowl bou-i' l.1)
a complete plant food quell t tAll -
To encourage large flowers, apply zinnias take about the same I
teaiponnful of plant food culture, and all show remarkableability
around each plant after buds appear to withstand rough treat-)
Stir It into< the soil taking merit, while responding generously +
care not to allow it to touch stems to good care Progress has CONTINUOUS
: or foliage If it should get on the been made In breeding the various ,
: foliage, brush or wash off. strains true to type, and developing .
f; Zinnias have shown remarkable more brilliant colors.
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I Tommy "What the matter I
I Hat your girl turned you down I! I
DR. M. A. BERGER
I Pilot: "Yes, I haven beard ',
from her for a week"
II: Tommy: "I thought he said she ,
would write every day?" Dentist I
\ Pilot: "Yes. but he dldn') say

1 to whom."-Exch.n,.. First National Br.nk. ,

I OAPTLY I I e MATlI" don't can about two movies for
Building I the price of one. But men's another kind of -.

FOR YOn II I II Office Hours 8:30-1:30 double feature mat sassy Gas enjG'I. I j ,
I 1 bill is
This bargain continuous too-right t
I 1942 Drivers LicenseAT : 0... ETeatlan *y AaswlBtncal ..I around the dock and the calendar-abt fact '. y
that At ntngt Amman ftonxftoU emI
:. ... TWICE s waick electricity for it* monty ttI \ .
Jus lceorpe.ceoWtf aid f ftea.ywo ago a 1t
f Dr. Leonard W. HoskinGLASSES I You probably don't realize that household A c
Odd rehears BsJUlag electricity totu you only half as much as it I -

1 _ I I.....IM.. fa r" exes"Ouw l used to,became: you've added so many useful K r .
i HOMESTEAD FLA. I in** ..4 ___ of new appliances over the yean-more and bet-
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0... treat I a. m. to I a. a*. I (bnei'4* Ak ('....... let lamps-radios, refrigerator clocks-vacuum
' c-_ t_ ..4 I cleaner and washer, pelUpIaU serving youwen
and saving you work. t

) The same careful business management that x
a PHONE 530-J() made "' :possible has also helped provide the m

The Welding Shop power tanks planesa'and' tremendous owl from production Democracy of' s

lAnenal fbctrfe romp autittry root tool
(At tear el 1% B. Bled Service Stalled) \t

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electric and, acetylene welding and -. J

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No job too big. Bring us your troubles 'I

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i Pioneer women were prepared to defend themselves for we find:
PONTIAC GIVESSTORAGE Mrs. R. H. Fitzpatrick Publishes I I "*.
She reached> c\the weapon betide of her bed-

HINTS Booklet of Verse on Pioneer Life The hammer he .).ways kept handy

And again id "Widow Ro..." we read:
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Twa Just bit of crooked road, twlxt Redland road and Krome
There If
much more to storing (Continued from Page One) But seven lone, lore widowed one and spinsters called Ithome.
an automobile than running It
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In mid-afternoon on the to a danceIf
Into the gang and forgetting it, some one came by and way chance By day it had a homey look with flowering buib.ACd tree,
Pontiac Motor Division point On the pole of the wagon to=and ride And ruffled curtain at each sash and line of lingerie.
out You packed party clothe and a lunch, tide by lid*. But there was no man brave enough to pas that way, at night
Unless he whistled long and loud and swung his lantern light
The Pontiac service and eaglneerlng When supper we over, the crumb thrown away For let there be one untoward,,sound, or let an old hen
departments have Issued And before the harmonica started to play squawk, ;)
the following tone suggestionsto The gala formed' a ring everyone facing out Some dame wa sure to be awake and let her shot gun talk.Redland .
Pontiac dealers and they might (The bachelor wondered what tall wa about). ,
well tie .1 ', first church: wedding I* described In "Wedding,Balk.
applied by in owner, par- Their skirt all were starched,'ankle length and quite wide

ticularly In two-car families whereon And.formed a boudoir where a shy girl might hide' One time the people came from far and wide t I
*,machine It being Uid-up for While changing- her garment and powd'rtnf her DOle', I Homage to pay to our first church rite bride.
the duration. Or sit on the floor changing; slippers and hot*. I The singers gave their numbers over thrice
, Pointing out that the total storage 1 .ToW.erlcn4 i And'still there were no lymptoms of the splice.A .
, space hwa reasonably ooot Th* late Dr John B. :'of all;the" countryside was roan drove up and brought the cream
1 temperature, a minimum'of dustin one tot overcome the handttap of a pre-roed era, We are'told; - ,; . Saidv 'Something's queer The way lk'Cdl seem
. To think there ...tber thing to bring'
the air and abMnn of direct ; : '. I was
One summer, here, the akeeters were-W bad *
But hrre'a the 1I'oOm-tb. groom tie ha the ring
I sun 1'11'"-ro.u.c naktbe e 101- ,, The. doctor Kansas hone weilttevlng mad. '. Mem ry dawned upon the puzzled creature;,
,Mowingsuggestions They ahot the beat,and then the doctor bought .
t : Back. be went to taxi down a preacher.
!r ttret-.Jack up U' tout wheel*. A bicycle because It stems be thought < "
( dean with.8' cloth well with.ate*,. W' That he could wc-,the stork' cross the glader'' '.' The tint pert ends with,"The-Tolling of the Bells": .
hot Do not use kerosenci loA well en ,that as anything ataa-made.. : .' . '
,;carbon tetrachloride : 1110J More oft that kot, the rac -wp.nl 'and tuck.' .' Let the.bell* toll apttljr--sweet th*,'tone and low,.
saner thin
J : or Therefore, be went to town and ner. Normal'seepagawill: relieve A bargain Inft motor cycle new. : Monument eternal are the road they made. .
presur '_ <> .- And after that we.'saw him riding -through . Stretching -through the pine land*-out across the glad
Oasollne..Drain..the 'gastank.ClieouMcl The trail on that ,About the tolintrytide he"roared' Let the bells toll softly-let them sleep and rest.
Carburetor' gasoline 'Tilllater-.' he bought himself a.Ford-.. ... *... ,' Who know whether Heaven or Florida i*.beatt

line _C"tJIefue.pump .tq" allow Ne matter what h* rode- unihine.or rain .
The second of the.:booklet I* a pageant In two'scenes. The
part
drainage. Disconnect tank to fuel Old Doc got there fa tune to ease Jhe pain . .
first of the scenes t laid In the first store building la Homestead.'
pump line at fuel pump and blowout B. A. Waldln"is described'as .teller of' .
Capt Interesting
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Reconnect both line..' ...: ) ; ., experl Some of the characters are neceasaiHly composite pictures: of maay y
Cooling 'solution\ -Drain from ncerOh I people, Other who will be recognized at once an Mr. sad Mrs W.

the radiator, cylinder 'block and OW'f would'Ilk'to hear over ,aln' . : D Home end the ,very popular girl. from Key West, who Is goer

undeneat heater. Disconnect bOIl .The captain' tall tale of he big hurricane.He . Mrs.J. D., Redd..
at better for complete drainage knotted a hammock with'ihuttle and twine.. :1 .
Glowing: tribute are paid to W J.:Krome and Walter TweedeU.
,and. reconnect At he told of his dive through the green rolling,brine. .
The second May Day celebration! In Redlaad
Engine-Remove cylinder headto 'Of how -he came up again, stride of i trunk scene Pf'"IIa:
(Or wa it a mattress from somebody bank*) attended by pioneers such as Dan Robert, Tom 1'01lb.* rrorieps,
permit coating, .of. cylinder And what do think that same captain bad done
boAt you Meyers, Engenspergert, Mown, Swings, Campbell, Calklnees,
valve item, guide and
But come to the top vis-a-vis with his son
.eat*. Apply SAE 40 or M oil to "Hey lend me your knife Dad" (He thought it wa bam) Gonman, Cave, Frees, Kings and Towers.

exposed cylinder wall and to the "I want it" the ion said, "to cut off my pant The booklets may be obtained at the Fitzpatrick homestead on
item of the valve which art They tangle my legs Daddy, *o I can't awim." Redland road or at the Homestead Leader-En'erpriie! office.
open. Turn engine over with the And that was the last word he heard out of him.
When he came up again, though he looked far and wide
itarter and apply oil to ..eUnd.rw.UI
For results Leader Classified Ads
H* saw nothing floating upon that vast tide. use Enterprise
and valve
item not uncov- That carried him northward, way up put Palm Beach,
ered before. Apply a film of oil Which you will admit I* right mart of a reach
over the fact of the cylinder block For one who has ridden a mattress or trunk
and face of the cylinder head, using From down on the Key, where his home barge wa sunk.

a bruih. Replace ,cylinder The IOn was a smart one-he found a big hip .,., T'h.hM S-IIM EftabUihe 1M7
gasket and cylinder head and That gave him a lift by the way of a trip
crew down all bolt. Brush To some foreign port I cn't call by D.me' .-
And on the next voyage, right back here he came SUTTON JEWELRY CO.
'heavy .oil Into 'the spark Plug re- Now if you are doubtful, IU snow 7ou out then, ,
ceOes and on metal portion of Upon my front porch the captain old chair .'
plug .Place paper bag over carburetor The one Vhere he sat when he told his tall tale Miami's Oldest Jewelry Store'
,air cleaner. crankcase Of wild early day, wilder September gale
ventilator inlet outlet ,and. tall Plaa ..ia_Watoaee...Jewelry-Silverware
Heart Interest I* shown la "Two Friends in Need".
pipe securing with twine. Do notdrain

engine oiL. When T. A, and Eva about gave up hope,' in E. rtaglef Street Mlaail. Real
Battery Remove and store In Twas Katie and Ernest who helped them elope.
cool place Then not to be partial, they helped her old dad
Chromium plated parts-Clean When he wanted to find them, and say wa h* mad!
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HOMESTEAD LEADER 1, ,KNOW YOUR NEIGHBOR i Children in CourtBy %kL Ax 1


AND EN"I'EIRPRISLaxis * if * a * * -.-Jttft. ... .Malcolm BstflcldVNDERNOntlSIIED OUTHERN .


I AacJlELP.: LCACI A CHE*-and._UltorAMOKIE * * V* * * HANDICAPPED CHJDRE.V WILDLI r'

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Pa+-,. .! HMM.H.I. Fta, PERU-JANUS OF THE WESTERN WORLDThe delinquent girl showed that they ,..
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IoAIQjI shrine of Peruvian royalty, the city of kings, which la not a startling discovery:
I U D4 "-T -...?.-, Ik* ality like the.shrine of natton.1 held away over all Spanish UrrU I for at the height of the boom in Oar Dear, Greedy, Ferefather
O..Id..r D tarts I I'I One of our conservation depart.
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k > = ancient Rome, has two doors. tory In South America except, 1929. over 7,000 persona died of
.. !! vtturink
Catered .
M menu has in Its possession an *dltorial
} II. It1t. .ed40m Wen. .t Through one the citizen of the 'Venezuela a* far north at Pana starvation several states.
M.aas.. r-. a.6W the Mt oft I the the .. publihed by a newspaper
republic: of today may look back, ma. By time of Authorities estimate that for
I Mena .. ". with the splendor tion Lima had become the in ISM denying the possibility ef
and pride, over .VOIu-1 every person dying of starvation
t I I of centuries tone; through the I and moat aristocratic of there are at least thlrty.flve any wildlife scarcity.: Forest fire

' I would I were beneath a tree other, and with reason, to still capital and the chief ; other whose bodies are slowly Illuminated the skies at night and ..
A-sleeplng in the shade greater brilliance In centuries to stronghold In America. But af a being ravaged by malnutrition, or did no harm. Twelve torn ot
With all the bllli Fve got to pay, come. I climax to a aeries of sporadic revolts lack of food. quail were shipped to market A

Paid.I Culturally, Peru I* the oldest of most of them suppressed the While a sudden Increase) in the shooting for match hunters was who held with
Spanish to be brokenfor prizes droppedthe
the South American nation For grip was
price of certain staple foods, suchas
of
largest number ducks.
would I were beside the tea at least four centuries before the all time when a revolutionaryarmy : meat, bread, milk and vegetables .

Or falling in a boat Spanish appeared, the territory: under the leadership of doe not greatly effect the
With all the things rye got to now Included in the republic wasthe Sucre, was triumphant in the decisive family with an Income ot two Overheard en a Baa Btreeai ,
write, heart of the empire of the Incas Battle of Ayacucho Dec. t,I thousand dollars a year It Invariably Fond Mother: Sonny, you mutt a
Wrote. Indian of the Quecha tongue 1124 Under constitutional government means malnutrition for those not play with that little girl what 1

, It spread at the time of the Span. the nation baa gone who are forced to exist on a salary lives next door any more. Her
I yonder hill ish from north of Quitoto steadily ahead intent on building neck1 dirty.
I I would were on conquest, of six or seven dollars a week.
A-bklng in the sun, south of the River Maul, in from the ruins of ancient grand The does Sonny: Her do? ,1
public not teem to
With all the work I've got to do central Chile. When, early in the eur a "new temple nobler than appreciate the difference between

, Done. sixteenth century the intrepid but the last"Larger relief and rehabilitation. To illustrate Sportsman' Xonaae
/ -Ex.CURRENT ruthless Francisco Pizarro after than Texas and California At twenty she was turtle dove"
' this point, just step up to
... repeated vain attempts, made conquest combined, traversed by the a group of prosperous business At twenty-five a wrenA
on the Incas, their empire giant Andes which reach to and professional men who are partridge plump, at thirty-Ova
bad achieved a civilization unsurpassed heights of 22,000 feet, Peru lies watching WPA laborers and ask And now he's just a ten!
In the western hemisphere entirely within the tropics, its ell.I them what rehabilitation means _

COMMENTBy and equaled only by the mate tempered by the cold of the They would probably point to the Columnist tape
Mayas In Central America and the I Humboldt current.,In spite of rich I man on relief. In fact they would An outdoor columnist tells about

i AGNEW WELSH Aztec in Mexico. I mineral stores agriculture and most likely Insist that rehabilitation aa accident witnessed while driving

o .._ At that, but for Internal quarrels stock-raising still support about was some new Idea which out to a ban lal*: "Th drunk:
'f( car. Notes Mr. wow._ and a regal fratricide, Pizarro 85 per cent of the republics seven the authorities at Washington had driver crashed into Miss Miller1
1, _,-....be..be..ae.w..at hie ...a....as.. --- might have failed entirely to subdue millions, of whom four million, at concocted to spend the taxpayers'money. rear end, which: was ticking: out
o sow kfe ."'._. AddNM. MOTSulMttofli a brave sturdy and cultured least, are direct descendants Of the To person of this group in the road"
Mill *v....t.Anww Mini welch n*. 141 N. L aboriginal people. Not long before proud race of the Incas rehabilitation is personified by a An Ohio paper told of a lady
I the Spaniards came, the empire The chief crops are cotton, sugar WPA laborer leaning on a spade; who wa married to a Walter
One of the greatest losses In had been divided Into two wheat rice, com potatoes, these persons do not realize that Jackson and to this' "onion" was
England U the impairment of its parts, ruled separately by the two beans and barley. The republic relief Is merely a means of providing born three children.
school: system none, too good at sons of the Inca Huayna Capac. is virtually self-sufficient In meats food, clothing and shelter I The Tea Commandment *f Safety
I best because largely carried: on A feud had developed. Atahualpaof and has wool hides and skins to for the unemployed to ward off 1. Treat every: gun with the respect
through private school The CngUh the rtorth defeated Huascar spare for export trade. To meet malnutrition while rehabilitation I, due a loaded gun This 1*
dramatist Maugham, says of the south. Huascar: followerswere its needs however it must still I la a method of supplying social the cardinal rule of gun safety.

they can not carry on unless liven in revolt when the Spanish Import machines, textiles, certain treatment to the family or a community I 2 Carry only empty guns, taken
state aid and this can not be done appeared. To the tragedy of civil foodstuffs, and metals, chemicalsand I which is adequately prepared I down or with the action open Into
because It would be discriminatory war was added the humiliation of manufactures in general to combat youthful delinquency : your automobile, camp or home.
as the schools: are not opento capitulation. And to cap It all Already an exporter of copper 3. Always ca1T110ur gun so that
the public. Maybe they had came execution by the conqueror gold, silver vanadium and petroleum I you can control the direction oC
better go down,.for the same.authority of Atahualpa, the lost of the Inca with vast stores of precious I EFFECT OF VACATION ON the muzzle even if you stumble.
brands them as being "the rulers. Rapidly the centurlesld metals hardly touched or still unexplored I CHILDREN 9-: Be sure of your target before

breeding ground of snobbery." empire crumbled. Not even when awaiting transport facilities I''I Authorities In many sections of you pull the trigger.
I a a Pizarro was murdered by his own and Improved mining, the country note that juvenile a. Never point a gun at anything -

One reason why modern warfare followers was there heart left, or methods; with a forward-looking:I crime: immediately increases as 7. you do not want to shoot.
Never leave
leadership to attempt revolt and governmental structure In which, your gun unattended -
Is "costive", as Tootleberryputs i soon as schools are closed for the unless you unload It first.
restoration. social economic and cultural de-
1 it, Is because things are doneon summer vacation. During this t. Never climb
tree fence
There was to be another period velpoment la swiftly advancing, a or a
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scale. build
a stupendous They period many of the desirable habits with loaded
a
of splendor, however, but of a far the republic of Peru for all the gun.
cities and move towns and usurp and attitudes which the school 9. Never shoot
at a flat hard
different sort. For two of the splendor and rich tradition of its
farming communities Up at Cedar has built up in children are lost surface or the surface of water
three centuries ofSpanish rule, history, remains a country of the
,; Point, Maryland, they are moving (because of the pernicious Influences 10. Gunpowder plus alcohol
Lima was to be the seat of a vice- future rather than of the past.
a rural community Including its _I exercised by the communi. equals death.A .
Methodist church and the grave ty. perfect set of rules with which
about It, to a point six mile dis defense unit of Dade- nd other- I probably six millions; Japan possibly j Long vacation periods shouldbe to introduce your boy to a gun.
tant. counties will maintain a constant half that number; Italy,I eliminated so that the schools

a e vigil to check up on each one to about aa many as Japan; Russia 'can keep a closer check on the I'nuiual Fish

Dr. GrlfXh, professor of Eng note that all are friendly ones. nearly five million. We went into\outside Influences detrimental to The dogfish Is a queer fellow.
' lish In Duquesne (du-cane) University o a a the war with I million and a half I the lives of children. If the pub- He U related to the flounder

T Pittsburgh, come to Ute ColumnJ.tV.lter Locke says and when our goal is reached we i tie at large and teacher themselves family. When the hogfish feel
of slang, ) adds we are producing wealth (com will have 3,600,000 of whom a mil will not Insist on shorter or detect the presence of an
t :::.nao our talk, as It'I.it. -I modities) at the rate of nine billion lion will be In. the. air. force. vacation periods then the schools enemy, It Instantly changes color

what wlahy-washy without a little dollars a month, compared must be permitted to supervise I to match that of Its feeding
.. This "slanguage" 1* with only a third that amount ten How long man has Inhabited our,all Juvenile recreational activities ground. Color changing I* doneso

economical of word also. If you yean ago. A graph showing Ute continent U difficult to determine during vacations. quickly that the naked eye never .
, should wish to dismiss a disagreeable money in circulation in the U. S with any degree of.accuracy. Two I Many educators: are thoroughly catches the transformation until -
I' caller Instead of inviting him Illustrate this statement: In IIIU years ago archaeologists discovered in accord with the thoiy that It I* complete.The .

I to withdraw his obnoxious this sum was 12,032.000,000 and in Oregon, evidence that HIM school: bulldinff playgrounds, riband flab la also sn outstanding
: from your seclusion you presence can in 1941 It had risen to 111.180,000.. were In that region about 1,000 gymnasiums, libraries and auditoriums creature of the deep. It

j merely say, "Go chase yourself. 000. yean ago They found that M should be open to children come from the greatest depth of
: I If you are as stingy with word e long ago as that stone arrowpolnti I for recreational purpose the sea which are its natuart
as
; I I was President Coolidge you oould The conductor of the Yale university were used and that elephants,every day in the year. Such a home. Volcanic disturbance spew
: shorten It to "Scat" Wonder It club make a good point camels and wild horaee inhabitedthe program would entail an immediate this fish from Its environment at

l the protestor would go so far as In advocating more singing Midler region. The Moundbutlders of I expense to taxpayer, but time and throw it upon the shore.
! to the Mississippi ,valley are a prehistoric would result In a saving, because Shaped like a ribbon, the riband t
Get to be
say, out of here! Many a man can sung
e e out of the "dumps" Into a cheer people. About the time It U much cheaper to vtllln body la so thin aa to be almost
these Oregon discoveries were buildings for transparent
recre.Uonalpurpotlt The color of burnished -
ful mood and muscle mad
a
Our country has reached peculiar many made, men excavating for one of!than to eventually build additional silver, la the water It give
I' position: It does not want any more flexible by a cheery nO"--I.song the dams across the 3>nriesee prison and reformatories to off a sheen of great beauty and
." more silver or gold to be mined. SlnJlnlb, or river found evidence of an inhabitation regiment youngster who an depth.
r Lend and copper are now the de- confidence and e courage.. a In mounds that antedatedthe forced to seek recreation la questionable .
: : alnible and unless their gold earth mounds; these were places. Mr. fish-Hunter
mines can yield at least 30 per A New :York columnist lays great heap of sheila, the discardsfrom The archer fish can project a
; cent of these war metal the mine there are 323 newspaper pub- their diet of fresh-water Mews drop of water with such accuracy
1// will be closed through declining WMcI'ttefttI1 la the 1Wi_- clams, or mussel sheila. (Remember Draftee free Army I Caaapa and force a* to bring down any
-Captain, Just gotta
\, \ price on the precious metals.e trolled"Central Europe, all for the Mussel Shoals The Smith- home; my wife is to sick thai go Insect which may alight pear the
I e e. pureoee of overthrowing that government Output Institution I* Issuing a report mighty nigh dead. surface of the water.

A retired officer In the mettcal Of course the distribution on their investigations of I C.ptal1 must have aa ex This fish rise cautiously beneath
corp says 12Ia(starvation win win of such must be secretly done these finds. planation. Your wife wrote we a fly or bug until his snout

the war next winter, that Germany and the whole enterprise 1* extremely that when :you weN home you got projects Into the air; then he aim

already Is selling oft Its dairy cattle hazardous-patriotism at A Family Affair (drunk, beat her, cursed her, and deliberately and shoots with such
for food for the soldiers and the risk of lite. Even: one such I* MacTavish purchased a pair of I d:dn't care a thing for her precision that an Insect within a

this act will be followed by rickets a comic paper. its editor stating", boot, which were guaranteed fora I Draftee (after a pause)-Captain range of 12 to 18 inches 1* a care
and tuberculosis among the children "We laugh-over the Crave. year. I would you let me say a few tain victim.
and when German mothers How true; for If the gestapo gets After elena month he returned -I words to you lust a* man to man-
ee their offspring starving they 1 hold of him It will be farewell to and complained that they were:no prlvate-and-ofCcer business
will demand action that will end i fun. not standing up to the guarantee. about it B" War Bonds
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the war. I le. "Are you lUre they fit you all OfficerAllrightths one Ivtry Pay Day
a a ,* The Associated .. fix 20 right?" asked the manager. time.
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"At midnight's solemn hour" million a* the number of men un. They fit m e a' itchV was the I Draftee-I think you and me

when the plane are roaring over I der arm, giving their distribution reply "but my brother on nightshift the biggest liar la the
head it Is a,comfort to think that as follows: Germany, ever six says they're a bit too tight not even married'!-The Progressive Our Q'OfcIPage
When peril come* the the bow* million j England, 1.500,000; raisin I for bin'"Independent Foreater.I Farmer.





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r nesday It. W. Prother of Miami 1++++rHints+++++++++++++ accuracy la measuring the width
'land D. w. Diet, Jr. are surgical of seams, the length of darts, and
patient toHousewives I the lie of hems,-says the Florida
In and Around ,Agricultural Extension Service
I The Rev. and Mrs. Ceo. E. Jeuet.pen&
I the week-end In Hollywoodwith I' LIVER LOAF RECIPE .'
Homestead : the Rev. and Mrs. Ray Bal- Here's a new and delicious way
:lard. The Ballards brought them of preparing Lver for an econom :.,
home Monday tnd remained to teal meal, suggested bjrJcST S.WiUson .
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visit until TuesdayMiss bomr.,x homUt:
For something delightful to the "' Last
Mn. Clayton Sedgwlck Cooper Robert M. Armstrong, who It soon Jane Catlin left Saturdayto ey* and delicious to taste try a 144 pounds liver
will kv next Thursday; for her to begin army service, and hit spend two weeks visiting Mr. grated apple pie Wash tie apples, 1 ugiroec home on I mountain top wife left for Chicago Tuesday. and Mn. U Rogers In Huntsville, da not pare, and grate OB a large -* Jolt *4 H lemon .
near Blowing Rock, N. C. where grater for filling Season at usual S tablespoons tomato catsup
he plant to star until the tint Un. B. A. Ttbblt it Neovtr. Ana.Mrs. H cup fOrtE sausage
of October. Mill Anna Ryan will ins from an attack cC InfUatiua. L. a Veal left Friday tor Sausage Is good cooked with 1 amaU onion finely chopped
1 well
beaten
.. spend August and SepUsmber with her home In Albemarl, N. c.,, bean or potatoes, squash, hominy,: 1 egg scant teaspoon salt :1
j bet theca After a few day in Washington after visiting her son-in-law and apple, ate.Rubberized. 4i teaspoon
pepper
Dr. Guy F. Brewtter Joined Mrs daughter Mr. and Mn. J. R.' I H teaspoon paprika
'! Among thOM who attended the Brewster in Dayton Beach for a Brooks, for several week I IJoIn. fabrics under present .I Remove the skin from the liver
Lions state convention held at the short vacation. They will return world condition may lOOn be Cut Into slices and cook In boiling
Macfidden Deiuvllle at Miami' to Homestead Monday E. U TrIbble and diugh. unobtainable. But anyone with a salted water for fifteen minute
Beach this week were Mr. and tar Betty, left Friday for their little skill In sewing caa make a Dram and put through food chop "
Mrs. Sam 3- Davis, Mr. and MnGeo. Carl Calmer ot Melbourne spent ,home In Covtngton. Ca,. after raincoat of showerproof cotton per and add the remaining Ingre
H. Cooper Mr. and Mn. S.' Monday In Homestead with hit 'spending a' week with: Mn. Trlb- broadcloth or tine twill A new dients. Mx: well adding Vt to 14'
J. Lynch, Mr. and Mn. VT. H. mother, Mn. Herman SohlegeL I ble's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. bulletin on coat-making, recently cup of water or milk If the mixture :
Owens and Mr. and Mn. C. l. i and Mn. R. C. Robertson. Issued by the U. S. Department of teems too dry.; Turn Into a

Oo eye Mr. and Mrs. Whitney Beam i Agriculture, Include directionsfor loaf pan lined with slice! ,
left Monday for a visit with rela. I making a raincoat at home.A of bacon. Press the mixture N
Mn. Out T. Harper plant to Uvet and friends In Aberdeen, Ida. FLORIDA CITY firmly Into pan and lay strips.
leave Monday for Tallahassee By Warns ferny of bacon over the top. Bat ""VI
the will remain until her -.- .u__ . __ __ ._ J-lnch transparent ruler In In a moderate oven (160.. J
where Jerome H'ckson of Hanover, your sewing basket U an aid to
daughter' Cecilia It graduatedfrom N. H., is visiting his parents Mr. Fred Parlin left Monday for hit I7f F) for on* hour.
Florida State College for J. L. home In Charleston, Vt,
and Mn. Hickson In NaranJa.
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Miami at the home of her and To
< Women the last of the month., I aen Varnishing Point
dsughter-la-law Mr. and Mrs. Smith: "Those auto engineer
Mr. and Mn. Glenn Bute of
Stuart Shield. are certainly geniuses at making
Mn. R. L. Atkinson, mother of Mr. and Mrs J. E. Gauzens are Homsstead moved Into the Law.
driving easier"Jones
Mrs. Preston B. Bird, hat gone now living in the Tlbblts house, renoe Becker apartment last '
for an extended visit In Wajrcrott, i 504 N. Krome avenue week. Mr. and Mrs. Becker are Mn.. Ely Bruckert of Wilsall Smith: "How's" that
: 1>40, no running
Mont, Is visiting Mn. Blanch
at the home of Mn. Chas.
Ga. visiting
I Mr. and M--Bryant;;: Bass of Becker. Chapman for a few day*. Mrs. boards! "1M1. no gear shift; 141
-no car. -Psthflnd r.
David Lester small eon of Mr. Milwaukee are visiting Mr. and Snacked arrived recently to be
and Mn. Preston B. Bird, has the Mrs. r. M. Kent. On Sunday Mr. Jess Cave It ft"Sunday by sir. near her father and mother Mr.
measles.Dr. Kent was host to Mr. Bass andJ. plane for Puerto Rico where he and Mn. Herman Pettold. Mr.
F. Hammett on a successful hat secured employment PeUold U reported In t critical
and Mn. .8. E. GatUn and deep-sea lining trip. condition and Mn. Petzold't condition
daughter,.Betty, spent Sunday In Mrs. Ed. Pierce left last week remains the same.F .
Fort Myeix Ernest J. Moore plant to leave for Lancaster, N. H., for a visit
Sunday on a business trip to Rich with her parent rnoIllED
Mother* Day visitors of Mr. mood, Va. M COMFORT
to I r. M
and Mn. H..1.Aftnstrong were Mrs. Burt Brown and children '.., .... pies IU
their sons and daughten-ln-law 'L. O. Hall was taken to the returned Sunday after a week': ,Hit tit*,P ptw M tft*
Mr, and Mn. Robert M. Armstrong James Archer Smith Hospital for stay In Chuckliuke I
Rink
ot Chicago and Mr. and ireatinent Wednesday evening A_ :W..1IU1NER'S1UNERAL'
Mn. Allan Armsttong Miami, Dexter Home Jr, underwent a J Mn. S. S. Shields Is visiting in
and their young grandson, Robert.I tonsilectomy In the hospital Wed. J
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WE BUY CARS FOR SALVAGEALSO :


SCRAP IRON METALS. TIRES SACKS AND BAGS Behind the Guns :

It is the duty of every good American to i

sell these vital materials and help his government I jI j Mora than 1,000 Southern

defeat the Axis. Mllour Ambulance Service I Bell employes wproudly
wear the uniform of Amer.

WOLFE AUTO WRECKING LADY ATTENDANT I ica'i armed forces. i
Ian Off Krone Are. Directly West of Seminole Trading PostP. '
O. Bx:I Hit. Homestead, Fla. j Phone 270 Homestead Fla.DON'T : I Behind them ably doing !

(fair 26,300 intea
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FERTILIZER 1 in a task no leu vital !
WASTES!
.to the national war effort 1

constantly maintainingthe
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I flung communication lines !

of a country faced with its l

greatest emergency i '

F IF THE WEATHER IS DRY, j Not have these loyal t.'

workers at home neglected
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"it' the duty of#H ry America >1

J .. DON'T WAIT TO IRRIGATE; OR : ,J' ', They hare already bought !

$ U.ooo of war bonds,

IF THE WEATHER IS WET, CUT I maturity value and art I .

'. subscribing over $117,000
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YOUR FERTILIZER APPLICATION ', very month for additional ;

bonds-concrete evidence

\ IN HALF AND APPLY that these thousands of

men and women are !.
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TWICE AS OFTEN.
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Ii I .1 \. . Social Events in South Dade . . I




f R. IIHQLD' ITS JUNIOR..sENIOR (PUERTO RICO CHURCH CEREMONY UNITES
The Calendar
5 BANQUET I CORAL GABLES' TONIGHT ( EDWINA CLOSE AND C. E. FORTENBERRY I

May -Pmb'lerian Auxiliary
i The annual Junk r-enior bin- Helen BIJd<<. Miss Ann Wilson,I birthday party at home of Dr. and The marriage of Miss Edwina corsage cf "prchldi ,completed her

t quet and prom of Redland High Mill Sue Robinson and MUl Julia Mrs. Carl F. Robinson. Close of Homestead to> Charles E.: costume.' Her attendant was at*

School will be held tonight in Sullivan. May 18-Homestead junior ilass I Fortenberry of Vieques, Puerto tired la rose with"white accessor
the Often Lenten Restaurant In Sophomore representative are: ion
.. Play.May luncheonof Rice took place May t In the The bride born hi
Coral Cablet.The Rosemary Hennlngton and Webster II-Covered dish Wauchult,
"V for victory" snout wlU WiUlamt Freshman rap,.- tooth 'Dade Garden Club' In First Methodist Church 'ot Vie ha*,lived In Homestead t the
be carried out In the decorations tntatlvea are Rosemary Burp and city park. ques, according to> word received was 'a'child..She was 'graduated
end V lapel pine of red. whit Charles .Chamber May' Installation meeting .by Mr. and Mn'J. E: Close, par- from Homestead High School la

and blue will be given ,to each 'la ,the senior clAN are 'Mary of B. T. W." C at Woman, Club. ents of the bride. 1/40'and' bat;been employed .
'
Of the guest On,the main table Warden Sophie Borgardt Math building at I p.: itMayl MnJ. B. Seat,'"the former M local telephone. !exchange. :a*
irjll be. a V made of Easter lilies Une Griffin? ;Jeannette Cox. $-Social meeting of Junior Min Constance Hunter -of Florida ,:snoopers tor,

,The program win consist of: Marjorie fogle, Rosalyn:Powell! Woman Club,at borne of Mr City, was matron of honor Mr.'Fartenberry; la UOItoi Mrs.
en address of welcome by Jack Ha Jess Irwlnjeanne Eby, Mil and Mrs.Ted Oldendorf at p.Hi and Mn Seat was 'beat: 'man. O1arIei.L:Fortenberry ot 'Chi*..
: May 1 -Meeting, of Hedland Present alto; were'Mr. andMnFielding acs,. Mass. For'ee'rdnl J
? Marshall.Junior. class president; dred Ream.;Louise Boas, Mary . : years be
a tout to'school official by Bar- CrtusweU, 'Merle Lott, Gertrude Woman'* Club. Ruff former HomXtaad- tires: employed 1>y' ,the" NaraaJ '

t tan William, vice-president of Odom, Eva, Ron 'Burr Leila Ball, May ,22 "Rote of ,the Danube"by residents HocE,Co.: the Junior class .resnonte by Dr. Marie Basher' Helen Pope. Annie it HS- music department The bride wor* dress of;aavy: on a. ,defenan.project Jin Puerto -
I. .T; PeIU'lOftJ.toeft to-the trui-I Ruth:Lee, 'Miry_ Lois-Durrett, May 24-Poppy_ day'(ale: blue '.&1eerl made with streetlangttt -: Rico., l
tees by Martha January; response Katherine Levy, Lily Mae Campbell May--SI-Pot-luck supper meeting -f Urt ,and bracelet-length The:'bride made :th..tr/p./ .. '
tiy Mason Roberto;..toast to.-tI. Jewel Hodge Kellle Cash,, 'of Unlvenlty Club at borne of 11M,,". White accessories.and &I Puerto1.Meoby'airplans, _
faculty by Faye Campbell re. Lois Vrsna, Alice Wysong.: Doris Nri'L1L'; Becker in 'Florida City:-,
by Principal, Carl War Riompson Cross Cart May 27H. R S. class'night.. '
spoon Llndgren ENGAGEMENT OF-M88-BETTY BLAKE :
\er.: toast to the seniors by Jr, Richard Jensen.' Jack Hilton i May "-H. H. S, band concert I
May 2 -H. H. S. Junior-senior AND ARTHUR JAMES TRACY'ANNOUNCED
Adolph Lopez: response by Mario Vernon Jackson. Ballard Lewis, banquet .
Bashor. senior claw president; H. A. Amen, Wilbur Peeptea, John ,
toast to underclassmen by Waiter Chambers, Richard Ball, Philip May Jl-R.. H. S. baccalaureate The engagement, of Mix Betty from' '*h,. University .nf- Miami; ,
Kufeldt,' and response by R.IamICft"D1)! Kennings, Blair services at 11:15 a. m Blake, daughter of Mr and Mrs.D v,-b.re'h.: tval president of, the :
Rosemary Hennlngton Uckson, Raymond Lee. Eaton Anderson May Jl-HH5.' baccalaureate, P. Blake ot South AUapattah senior class" (Inti.'o( lambda Chi

Special: guest will Include: Mr. and Walter McVlcker addresl. Garden to'Arthur James Tracy, Alpha- fraternity He is now as* :
and Mr*. Pearson, Mr. and Mrs. I Junior class member are; Bar. June 2-H, R S. commencement -. son of Mr and Mn L.'H Tracy soclated with BUckyu Chem;:siLabortties ,

1 Chat C Turner, Mr. and Mrs ban Williams Freda Engle, Martha program. ot. New, Rochelle. N. Y.. is announced -! (.IncANN'S' ,
'I. June 3-R. H. S. commence- by the parent of the'r .
D. : Bashor Mr. and Mr*. Casper I January, Faye Campbell,:
William Mr. and Mrs. L H 'Avis B.ttlng, Iva Mae Fulton, ment exercises at S p. m. I bride-to-be

Greer, Mr. and Mn Mason Rob ivira: Burry Lucille Sage, MarJorie HUSBANDS TO BE The wedding Mil take place:
"I arts, and Mn J. A. Rotherham Murray, Thelma Johns, Lena JUNIOR CLUB GUESTSAT SOCIAL May 29 In Kappa K0rp Gamma j
In the faculty group attending Belle Bonds, Vera Sage, Frank Husbands and friends sWDrlty house in Coral Gabled;')
of the
will be: Principal and Mln Carl Oriflcl, Calvin Wood, Herbert Miss hike will receive an A.
Junior
Wagner, Mr. and M.... Clarence Lunn Wilson PoppeU, John Benson Woman' Club memberswill B, degree from the University of IMPORTERS
Gray Mr. and Mn C L. Ooley Jack Marshall, Richard of beI..ta the club at a social meeting Miami this month She Is president 933 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach

I Mr. and Mn. D. R. Snyder Mn Hlckson, James Rotherham, Francis when Mn Roberta Monday night of her sorority and a mem- THE GREATESTSALE
:Alice Edwards. Mrs. Dorothy Prothero, For-est Burk Walter Mn Harrison, ber of Panhellenlo the English
Burley Dendy and Mr,
Dowdy, Min Bertha NIU Haw Kufeldt, Walter Rutzke and Cha Oldendort will be hostesses at Ted Honor Society and the Y. W .C.
man Min Katherine Davis Miss Sweeting a I
barbecue A.Mr.
upper at the Oldendort Tracy attended RftdlumValver
home S. W. Second .
on
avenueB.PW.C.
II REDLAND P. T.A. OFFICERS INSTALLED I ity and was graduated ON LINCOLN ROAD
OFFICEES
? AT PROGRAM MEETING IN CAFETERIA TO BE INSTALLED president of Miami a P. W. C Entire- - Stock Drastically

New Mean of the Homestead I Dr. Adele Hampton president of I Reduced
1 Members of the Redland P.T.A. Principal Carl Wagner poke of B. P. W. C. mil be Instilled Monday Dade B P. W: c. of Miami, will II
i if field
Installation service Wed the work -of of
past president
evening In the Woman Club I give a report of the state conven SAiuruSUITSENSEMBLES'
ne-diy night In the cafeteria the association and of the
county 1t
building by Molka Reich past I tion. I
'" 'where the tablet were gay with council. Mn' Harold Berney, I I IJ
: lilies and blue and gold rlbbonaMn president of the county council It 1t
?,,! Herman Helnleln retiring and Judge.Beckham of the Dade AU Cetera 1j

president presided and George ,Juvenile court also spoke briefly Small sad 1295

Cooper, WIll mailer of ceremonies. "The March of the, Months" a Lam. StaeaReg '
,
:' M.... Walter H Beckham. tint pageant was given by pupil of Price"$25, O 1l
.; ,vice. the '
president of the Florida elementary school. '
;' Congress of Parent and Teacher, Mrs Flora Vihlen presentedwar DRESSES 1 t:
"
,. Installed the officers Mr*. A. L. savings stamps and a huge Printed Silks Pastels and Imported f
\ Campbell, president; Mr*. Chat bouquet of lilies a* parting gifts Cottons. Reg 14.7*
1 t* ;Y
I.
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Hennlngton tint vice-president; from the association to Mn HeIn- Jack DIXIE DRUG Jena It.IS. n
; '! Mrs W H. Turner. second vice- lein, and she responded with a folk : .
t
:' : president Miss Sue Robinson, farewell speech. 5.957.9510.95Luxarlomljr b.a,
"I. ": : recording secretary, Mr Margaret Mn Heinlein, member at Urge )bares SI and 1111 0

1 I Otis, corresponding secretary; of the county board, ha been re- Cic'
: 1 and.Mn Frank Hathaway, tre.rer. ..- appointed character education Cut the whole family's living costs during this Rexall Drug Store Far Trimmed c'm
.
chairman of the county- council.. Family Budget Sale There an values for everyone but at these COATS ttI

prices they won't last long Check this ad now. Be hen early.
MUSICAL COMEDY TO BE Genuine 45 11..,
( Wit MAY 22 BY HOMESTEAD PRESENTED HIGH SCHOOL And save! Positively no sales to dealers Fox AH Color Cellars


J i\ :' 'Rose of the Danube", a two ets may be obtained' from the All.....

:.t I act musical comedy will be presented pupil or the Band Parents ADRI NNI1B I I
': by the Homestead High SWEATERS
School
department of music un- Hand loomed
," : der he direction of Mr. W, B Anton yarns, French
Mill Friday May 22. $ Discover the economy of Adrienne today, See rinntne Cashmeres.
I Abe
how Adrienne gives you the value you often Hand Knitted.
Mary Ellen Daring and Clar' pay more for, Yet Adrienne Beauty Needs are
1 ice Dodron will play the ladingmininine' finest quality-harmonium! to bring out your 2.95 3.95 5.95GLASSES'
I. full-it beauty and charm.
i role and Wilbur .
f Cave* 'and Frank Callahan, Use I.I' .
) leading ,male role; I

The cast will be supported by: :>
( a 6o enernber chorus selected H_', a cltaaatf tad

, from,the boys' and tine girls'. flee ,alltk that makes white
1 clubs Deep, lasting wave of exquisite shoe .look.Just Ukt. ....?'
r. , loveliness, with Thermique M
Nothing hart for caves*,
ElaboratecostuiuM: for the , > i Ira
% the heaterle method Cool, I bock kid er salt. Bet kmrsoosesly
amedy will be Awakes
obtained from a'' safe, comtorUblel , vklta.: It aukea pa:
costume f
company; I tha'low
year shM Get a tottle toAtf -
Comedy will be, furnished I Ask for at this lew,prise.
throughout the play by,the three I ? pmwi ,
toogee, Ernes. Jenner, Don Done ThermiqueALICE'S WHIT SHOE I ,
and Harry Bishop. / big

j : Admits:on charge la low Tick- u.GtI CLEANER and POLISH 25'Ice i ....-. eel !.*--* * toeifcwls .** 1t1 J

...-.... *-a" V> WsltllWstL fifjsMM.. .
'-- w_ 4.. help" 111,004046 bar 41014 .
The W, 8. C.& circle will meet

Tuesday will The Belle Bennett Circle -I BEAUTY Cream Made Fresh Daily In Our 1 Dr. B.T. Stebbins meD
meet with Mr. Sam J
Davis: the Perle Davis circle:I SAL M : Own Store. Dr. L. 'W. Stebbiiu :

.ftrtth Mn. L.
.W. Wyman: the Mara IMf
ISM W. Stagier ..
Mlatal
,rt .. .14 IleiU: with Ddrst J P... IJgq ef3lbblr I 11

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Friday, May 15. 1942 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Page Seven :,



I'I'iio iF TEAD lli.G.li SCHOOL NOTES I say. that is that the reason all people for life die Insurance and

I then those who are dependent on CLASSIFIED ADS

..., . . . . . . . . . . them may not have any Income I ] III;

However life insurance la
bough
Effect of Life Insurance form of life Insurance In which by men to provide for other purposes I RATE: First insertion 104 a lint; lubsequeiit In.rl tiller
the policy that Is Issued
frits Enter Written by to an employer such as a cleanup fund, for Ma UM
Doric Ate rxxbra Is !so fixed that the employer -
morgage support of family pod
What ii the effect of life insure has enough insurance to education of children. X from 1
lime miles
cover FOR RENT 5-ACRE grove,
a specified number of his
of the economic life of Amer. I
net The whole bank Can be bought
employees. There is thing to remember bldg. on
tome stipulation
IcaT That I*' a question broughtto made to bar selection of is that the cost or premium for a PARTLY furnished house In Florl- terms Mrs M. A. Berge f

the minds of many and nearly the individual persons to be covered life Insurance policy depends on *da City; running hot and cole Krome eve and 10th 'b'eY
left unanswered. i
always understand what by the policy. We find many the kind of policy, the face of the water; fruit tree; nice yard. : _' --('m27tf) .
To effects
It instances In which insur- policy, and on the age of the inlured. .Apply Homestead Phone i
may hive, wt must first find out group Lesser FOB SALT-, Trop. n plants, uitruiJren -. t
.
ance Is used 2. (a24tf) :
so that If
the use of lift insurance and whatit anyone and troplcat fruit U 1
of the After you have read this essay /
persona covered :
by that
Is. art on. Jungle Grove Redlaa4
__
form of Insurance is disabled or you can readily see the effect of FOR SALE ", ...
Lift Insurance Is a contract road and Plummet drive
his life affected by bodily injury life insurance on the economic
where by for a stipulated con-
adoration, .called a "premium", which has happened while workIng life of America.ELEMXNTAKT. GRAPEFRUIT papayas and Easter WANTED

one party undertakes to guarantee for his employer, the employeewill NEWS lilies, also small loquat and

against loss by a specified peril, receive enough Insurance By Aid Conner mango trees. Mrs. N. G. Ball, TUTORING WANTED Sigh

called a "risk". The contract Is from his employer to cover the Miss Jackson's class has three 13 N. E. 8th St. (myltf) school and grade school subject.

set forth in a document called a expense of medical bill. new books entitled "Cousin To- Mrs. H. J. Armstrong A. R,

This Usually most common ROTARY sewing machine Mrs.J. Plummer drive and
Country
"policy" policy is paid in"premiums" people by", "Fishes", and "Insects'. The
during the length of take out an ordinary life policy.An books were bought with the class P. Curl In trailer corner, lit Club road.
Ave.: and let St.
for which illustration of an ordinary life (11I1)
time the policy Is taken newly won P. T. A. prize. Two ,
out. policy la: Mr. Brown, in order to NOTITI OP APPLICATION ,.
will be used in science lessons. LIME, orange tangelo and kum- rot TAX DIED
It one looked Into Insurance his provide a little money for his Fit IHM
Mis Thurmsn'a
I room is overJoyed quat trees, all sizes. Mrs. Chas. NOTICE U HEREBY GIVE that X.
he family la case of his death has
torically, would find that It has r
because Will Miller his wlfo.koldon
Miss Jackson gave Camp East Bauer drive. Mlllor' and AlUo M .
taken out a life insurance _......
been definitely known to exist policy. no nooliMM ol DrnliionDMtrM
as This policy costs the class some fish to add to Its (my -H) Tol Ortirko.loo N_....... tlod ii
early as too B. C. The insurance him a premium original collection. . ITS dad tho Ilk dor of Awiol
used in those days had little If which 1s determined by the A. D. U'". kovi filed cold tortlflrMoo hiW
amount of Philip Springer of Mrs. Sager' FOR SALE CHEAP 12 cylinder .".... end linn nwd .ppl" two for '
any resemblance to form of I money included in the
any In nooofdonio
Cadillac on brand new tires. Ul dead to home burn
insurance we have today. face of the policy or the total of room has returned from Biloxi. with low. NOW ConirkxM enthrone the
the insurance Nancy Ruth Craddock will lOOn Perfect condition: paint and upholstery Mlowlni dimltil property. chanced k>
Insurance I II being used In when paid up would _.1.
to and' I bl Dodo Connor rkirblo I
many different forma today thatit pe. In the,event of Mr. Brown's leave 'for Nashville. Betty 'Jean every respect; Uto I t* If. Block J, Arando.
Perryman Is going to South Caro- new battery. Also service trailer Center Plot Rook 07. P." It, In use
death Mrs.
has been classified. Under life Brown will be paid guaranteed to 4 tons also County of Doo. State of rtortdo. **
insurance find the face of his policy as his "bene carry embraced In Certificate No. 71. The
we at least six
lina.Miss on new tires. E. S. Hall, Phone .wusmeat of said property Wader the
forms. They are: \l) ordinary ficiary-. This policy requires the Ray's pupils are having fun 6M-J-1. mitt cold CortlflroM ward wo. In the some +
(
life; (2) term life; (3) endowment policy holder to pay premiums helping Miss Jackson's class read ) of Unknown.Lace I to Blork S, AI.twhConker. ,

life; (4) group life; (5) Industrial each year until he dies. library books. Billy Tolllard is GENUINE "Betty" seed Plot ..."iT, Pen II. In the
I absent with the measles. James papaya County of Do*.. Slot of F"" ..... ooodhroood
life; and (6) annuities. The Another example Is as follow: I' definitely bred by hand pollination l. CMtlflral No. .'". Tko

most important forms of life Insurance i When a person Is too old or ls In Fates has the chicken pox. Rose- for over 12 years, true to Mid n. nniorit Con".......mid Issued proportii was I.seder tho same the i

will be further discussed a poor state of health and cannot mary Sawyer is absent because ollness. form, unparalleled as eating of Unknown.

In this _,. take out life Imurance. When David Fredericks and 'melon, $1 pkt. of 300 seed Bron- deed Unless norardlnt..... COTtirirotoo to low. adeed shall W will ro.

The majority, of life Insurance this person dies It works a hard- Norton Wakefield attended Rotary son Bayllss, R.I. Box 859, Mia .MOW thereon an Uw ITtk day of liar
companies operate on the mutual ship on the ones who Club with their fathers last Wed mi. A. D. IMI
are left to (myl-15) Dated thin Hot doy' of April 1MIE.
plan though there are several very pay funeral and burying expenin. I nesday. The class has Its flows I I B. I.EA'i'Hl.RMAN.Ckrk .

large stock life Insurance com- Outside of collecting the face boxes planted. GROWERS OF LILIES, we ask Oooty Circuit VlurMa Court.Dodo ,.

panies. Like other forms of life of a policy in case of death the I Mrs. Motel's class had a half- you to offer us your Illy bulbs. Cou"lIl.N.l C. gTFHKrTT D. C.Circuit .,

Insurance there are many variations Insured person finds that If Tie holiday last Friday. The jijxth Kromhout Flower Co., Vero IA... It May t. S. 11. IL 1141'

in forms of protection of has held his policy for three years 'grade Is working on decimals. The Beach, Fla. (My 15-J. 12))

fered. The most common forms of he can (I). get a loan value, with- room has two new pupils Monte NOTICE: TO PI'RI APPEAR ICATNIN nil ORDER FOR

life Insurance are the (1) whole I out stopping insurance; (2) get a tames from Perrine and Nelda 600 SACKS LIME cheap. L. S. IN Till 'IRO'IT C'OI'II nF In*

lift policy, (better known as or- cash value, in case the Insurance I Grantham who has returned from Spencer Navy Yard P. O. Box I AND F.I rat FOR F."TH aunt JUDICIAL COUNTY IIBCI'IT, rinnnA'' It

Binary life), for which premiums Is discontinued; (3) get pald-uii j' Texas. The class had a kite con- <828< Homestead (a24tf) IN < HAM mr. CARE No. tllllA......
CITY of Hunnlood munklrol
are paid as long as the policy Insurance for a smaller ; j test last week. The winners for ,lineation of the state of *.1<>rJde. PlolnUff,
holder lives; (2) limited payment and (4) get extended Insurance I||the boys were Arthur Brandenburg FOR lasting beauty, plant cala- n. Thoodorul B.ll
Ufa, Jon which they insured pays for a shorter period of time. All i J, B. Morton and Montee mondm.! Full line of citrus trees IN. THE NAME OP THE ST/tTC: OP t.

to the' company fog a given number four privileges are self-explana- James. The girl winners were Roberts Nurseries, Epmore dr., FLORIDA I

of years, the Amount of years tory. j Paula Kemp, Hilda Pope, Rose Homestead. (pools) It.opprarln and provided that ho the U.low.. *hi..mll oork..l oooromod. within ,

for payment can be. ten, fifteen, In summing up we. can easily I l Sincere and Louise Williams. tho nkon entitled .._ lk. tits of 1
I h"'h said nun II .hereby made a tart
.
twenty or thirty years; and (3) I 400 LIME TREES. months old -not a. t..k. 'ull, set @M..
policies on which the insured pays sacrifice price, 35c each. Cleopatra ontrtl .. the I'lalnU" to a N.Ait to Asp..r .
Of Order for p.bI"'n" 41w4 to
to the company a single premium root stocks-superior to

In a cash turn. rough lemon for disease and reo.NOW.. THrmroRK. you A, v B.RnlliT .
I an Weak TKln IIt_.. New York
The basic principle which Is drouth resistance. Buyers remove City. Now York John K. Guns and Odin
involved In the underwriting trees. Geo. H. Fitzpatrick Godwin fiunn. his wlf.

lif.'1IIIuranc. rests In the proba of SERVICE on ALL MAKUS of CARS Naranja rd. (a24tf) said County cniM, *North. whew Orollnn anon nr* ;4Ja: :: ,

bility of life and death which hal ....... ... __!* nf the f1.l. of Ptori. : '
I ..... are hereby Bull(".. ordered and cow
been measured by records of experience NOTiri TO APPLY mil ..1..1 Ie file row npp inii... In il4MIMW
I LEGALIZATION OF ADOPTION nr proedlnt mi or ....,._ th loth
over long periods of NOTICE 18 HMtFBlT .lvra that th.
of Jun. A. I>. Mhrrwlw deer.
years, making it possible to deter .......,..... will on the lid dry of Jun*. >pm> ronfvMo will b* entered 114' n*lnnt von.Th. .
Expert Mechanics 1141, ., 10 A. M.. *r u *wn UwrnflornuiMl as of cold ... rrwwMllne
mine nntur loco
quite accurately the number no to ........ funk. applfe-nUn ...1... rnu b. rwwlmur of Tan Pal.CrIinfn. .
of years a of 10 the HonoraM Arthur (..... (Irrull .
person a given
.......
win of the : .h Judicial Irtull In The drlr.lna ef the art ,,-1' Ir..J.
pr
age and absolute normal health and for nidi Cnuntr. riorbta. .! Chumhrnt ... nnlMl l> M folM..: tat U of.ilnrk
can be expected to live. The the D.... Connor Cxirt Homo Mt.mt.Florid. . 4. ,R<.rnl Palm A4dltltHi b. Slow
*. (or 11ft .rd. euth nano. tlwTtl ....... nrmnllm to Pint nab s. pace 4T, ,
growth of life Insurance in force GMAC .* ->n of Jonnit fclrkuntrirk br them Publlr Raarde .f ".ot. TonnlT. riorldnllot ,
Financed
in the United Repairs Through M their daughter. In rrttrdaniw with the .
Spates has Increased T sad S. II U Mnwr AdHlllonHinmMid to
.. .
al M In lurh HIM null and rrwrliMD irrordlnc In Nut Snob I, voce
from over eight billion dollars in l**: nt Miami, FI"TM, April SiithHI. 141 ramie Oxntd* nf Did Conmr. norr t
1900 to over one hundred two bil- d.: Lou 18. II 14 of J. U. F_'. Addition. !
lAMl'EL J. t>( CARLO. ,. 1
to Homxlrad nrmrdlii t* Plot tin n t M
lion dollars in 1935. ROSE 111 CARIO, ..... 71. Public Records of Dade (.u.... '
Group Insurance rtltlontn Florid. tit
Is a certain Have car put in perfect shape H. H. TAnOR.A.1ornO to furtlM* DToWrd that this order bepublklwd '
your .
.r ) for Pet ti oner% week for four r"neseutls
Mir n
M.r S, II. II. ... June I, III!) weeks In TIM Honw.bU l *drr and ta. ,
to get the most in riding; comfort at t......., a newspaper published. III mid t
NOTICE Or APPLICATION Connie and But
: WITNESS had and Ik> nfflrtal and i
Frayed Irv5A FOR TAX DEED nr
minimum cost. Chapter IT4IT ACTS Of tISI *f this court, on ... *Ui day nf M.r, 141.C. .
File A. 247 H LEATHFRMAN.Clrrk I
NOTICE 11 HEREBY GIVEN that ..*- of the Circuit CoIn ,
art C. Miller. holder of auto bad County t>.d> County Florida a
Tea nlleM Not Sll mad 131, Mad (Circuit Court ") .
the Ith day of JUM, A. D IMS, kx filed' 111' II- H RICK, Jr.Iwput .
some In mt oftlra. and ha .. ipplfecUon : CHFTk.
for o tax deed w bo bo..4 thwim.SM IRA C HAVCOrr.I4 1
ConiflroU onkrMO tho follnwlniU4 S ConyroM BW.., Miami Plarlan.Atlorwr '
We have five trucks on hand. for Plnlolirf 1
new d.sarlM a uw Conan 01 a Suer d = N-wk t May a. IS. II. St. JUM I, IMSI

Get yours before it is too late.. See us Plat Book II koo S, Puo a%{. II JII., I.*.take,I C..4 Sun v._ Mid CftoIIf...had. hedrm.d
of n..... Sate ol fVrkb. oo ncrwrdlnt In Ia... lh property "
The _Mot thnoll will k* sold t* UMhKhoil
bead In Conirlrau N. III
for details and we will help' you make weautoret of cow proven under the bidder ol lho <,hart Haw door ..
saw OrtlflroM leaned was In the (nmtof ho tint t.11ot'7. month at JonIXI. t
B F RuMon whlrh to of J- IMS.
DANGER SIGNAL application to the truck board. Lot 14 loo St.. U4t IS .** II loo| Dated this list day d April 1141.t. ,
When **,. NI...... n Sok., .. I. B. L ATH .I.IIAH.
your nerves are on edge Pace SI In the County of anodeu SUM Clerk" Circuit ('-rt. '
from overwork or worry, It will of FVirUa. no sentenced hi OrlUkM, Itedr Cnur.tr Flnrldn.llr .
C No. IM. Tko "comment of saw prop. N. C. STERRKTT, D. O.. I
pay you to heed Nature's warning on, ...... the said ('cells., laud clrwR f ant
:
;
that your physical condition Is be- one h> the MBO of B. r HwMMl. ( .I4.May1.k1a,1642)

low par. At such a time a chiro- -
1--"
practic adjustment may be just t

what you need to restore your BIRD CHEVROLET GROVE LANDS-TtfCK L\. DS-CIT1' LOTS-HOMES,

highly sensitive nenou'l'lWnf to "
Its normal functioning by modern. Prices Were Never Se Lew,-Plenty .( Good Values


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i Pare Eight _ HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, May 15, 1M2

tismal services for Mr. sod Mm

I ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTS Kopr's Infant daughter, Elinor.
; O'U' R' BOYS IN SERVI''CE' : : I Church In the) Sunday.W. Homestead. Presbyterian

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.. .. ... ..... .. WOMAN'S CLCB'MAKES Evelyn Sullivan, correspondingsecretary.
HP/* flAf! FOB CLtB TEAK I S. C ft HAS .
Atty Henry Behrens, now Private lege In South Carolina a year and I Tentative plans tor a dance to Men Bell Wilbur Caves and DAY OF STUDY
Henry Behrens, hat completed last year was I student at the be held In the chamber of commerce I Frank Callahan were mad cap An all-day study meeting of the
five weeks of an elghtek University of Florida In building In the near future tains; Herbert Smith, Evelyn Sullivan Homestead W. S. C. S. was directed -
I course la the engineering ville. and general plant for the new I and Homer Brrum, lieu Tuesday by Mrs. T. A. Fergu
'tie. 011 training corps at Frt Galne"1 I club year were made Tuesday i tenants. Peggy Byrd and Jupe; son. Miss Helen Livingston read
&el\w. Eugene Pf'scherr of ,' night at a business meeting of I Vann were placed on the aoclal a poem, "Th Lord Prayer", at
Grove tohner Homestead* High the Womaif Club of Homestead committee, and Myra Bell, was ;the morning session. Others takIng -
Corp. S. J Lee spent tht week Sctiool/boy, wai graduated fromPennjyvania In its club house. Mrt. Adrian made publicity chairman. part in the program "were:
end with his mother, Mrs BnJh State College with a Jacob will be general chairman, ?&'. Dan William' Mrs. C. D.
Lee, and family of Goulds. Corp. "B.-'S. degree in electrical engineering Of the dance. Mr*. J. F. Hammett, The Monday Music Club will Eaker, Mrs. H. L. Brown and Min .
Lee waa accompanied by Corp. F. and at tile lame time was new president, presided.The hold a postponed: meeting at the Jennie lobdelL
A. Trice whose home la in Ar- commissioned a second lieutenant club deckled because of home of Mrs. C Hagler Rice Mon-
kansas. Both of the boys are at In the army's engineering! corps. gasoline shortage to omit the I day.
present stationed at Sarasota- meeting of May :25 and to make, .
Bradenton airport near Saraaota. Juniors Give Class Play the meeting of June I I combined i M",. A.. A. Payne entertainedat .:II.
business Mad .social meeting. I dinner Sunday her soninlawand 11m.STATES
Canon Malcolm of Coconut In Auditorium TonightThe Present were) t guest, Mrt. F.' daughter, Mr. And Mrs W WAR
Grove, former Homestead boy, M. Kent -Ant new member I A. Kopp of Coconut Grove, Mrs. .OND.
left Wednesday Camp Bland'ing. three-act comedy, "Ifee transferred front the Junior club,' J. A. Ricks Mn. T. L. Hodges, ip.'III'
. He attended Newberry Col- American Passport", to be. presented Mrt. James L. Bird, Mn. E. A. the Rev. Geo. H. Ricks Wm. n .;
tonight by the junior class Buchanan and Mill Pearl Whit Payne and Tom and John Hodges. -

.................................. of Homestead Him School la announced aker; and Mrt. P. J. Franklin, The dinner followed the bap ,
Mrs H. K. Foulk )1.... H.
: as a show that O.j
20 YEARS every patriot
AGO.1 Cronwell, Mrs. R. O. Shore Mrs.
wlU love. Moreover it is
: .................................. Herbert Katz Mrs. Hammett and
t present day In time and full of Mrs. Jacobs. Whatever the Hake Whatever the
"The near approach of the dry humor. MOIIel'I

i municipal election at Florida .City E. B. Blackburn is director. .. T. 17. HOLDS Buickcyc "

was heralded Wednesday, when la the cast are: Ed Hamilton, ELECTION MEETINGAnn : I

\ the matter of the acceptance of Fred Hobart; Mrs. Hamilton, Ruby Shackleford was reelected
( the nomination petition was Callahan; Louella Hamilton, Charlotte president of the B. T. V. at a
i brought up before the council. On GeronImo; Judy Hamilton, social meeting held May 7 at the .
Feb. 4, there was held a citizens' Hilda Dodson; Dick Hamilton, Bob home of Mrs. It. E. Paul Mary Ii
caucus at the) town hall . It Spear; Sybil Jennings Mary El- Frances Byrd was elected vice-
appean that this petition was len Bearing; Aunt Jen, Helen president? Lynn Irwin secretary;
never filed. Another caucus was Hooker; Bill Wllseon, Carl Alex- (CONSERVE YOUR CAR)
held on either Saturday or Monday ander: Mrs. Schwartz, Lois Pierce;
night last, and another ticket i Mr. Craig, Rofler Glenn; and a STOP Service ;
prepared. The names on this 'junior, Don Done. ;
were: mayor, Edward Stlling; Marlowe Jacobien Is Attending
town clerk A. D. Clinton: tQ the sound effect Dorothy Sullivan la dctlfue. *. lasers the maximum sefalneea lad performancefrom : .
cllmen, T. A. Feaster J. B. 1* prompter; Clayton Camber 1 HOME yew automobile by giving It regular, carefully planned .
*sU J. S. Caves, W. M. coun-I I stag manager; and T. G. I sheath...
J. F. Simmons, J. B. Rayburn, advertising manger A special km at service designed far the time* _W. '
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W. P. Hancock. > . There . I DEPRECIATION moat eenaenre ear can became we are ere lessee aura we ....
doubt that the last petition taken RATINGS UOn 'ID gel new ones when we want them. :
up was too late at the law says Guy F. Hull, navy recruiting I I Tea ton over to M the set of remembering everything : \
the petition must be In the hands substation officer In Miami, announces year ear need dose for It-labrtoaUea, change ef eel fuel
of the council (not town clerk) that the following ratings i'i'Jf a BOOM to bpi la good filter cleaning clutch lash check engine toning, tire witching
} twenty days before election. If have Just been re-opened for I condition and repair u. headlight Inspectleu, eU filter renewal wheel hearten lubrication -
both are thrown out, the election enlistment In the construction promptly tad correctly brake adjusting. Inspection tad fllllnr ., battery
cannot be held, it is believed as regiment: blacksmith, blacksmith made, the expense to raw checking ef cooling system, and Checking ef master brake
there would be no candidate, unless helper and electrician (line and UynulLj i i cylinder.A .
I In blank form. . ." (Florida station). How..." II'repal'are C-T-C chart list*-all these enrlct sad more-end the
City) allowed to go unattended, mileage at which they should be performed. We art *p a ;
-"A farewell party will be Christian Selene larger and mar expensive record for your ear and the attentioM given It; all gneaswerk i
I given Mrs. James L. Ryle on Friday repair will be Mcocaaxy and trusting to memory are ellsalnaled. .
evening at the home of Mn SplrltnaJIst Tempi et Truth later 011. '
..,! Hobart Brockett Mn. Ryle and I Services every Sunday night at No longer ned yon delay We call for your car regularly,
\ ( son will leave on Sunday for their 8 o'clock at comer of Roberts
needed service it bill for small
making lepaira. regularly a
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\ horn JSavannan Ga. Florida
( road and Coconut Palm drive.
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The ample *co
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City) amount regularly-and that's all there
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ABC Monthly Payment Plan
1 "Chirlei Caailui Patton, 14- arrange for small easy and 'I is to it.
.!I year-old son of Mn. Charles C. AnnouncementDR. convenient monthly pay' 'I
Patton of Princeton Fla., died at ments.Come In and ... ua Tear ear not e-nly receive the re'IlaIenn"" care
the home of his mother at 11 R. S. SPICKARD about Youi.hou *,r that pats off major attention as long a* possible, bat you
''I : o'clock Sunday morning. , ." I get plenty of advance notice when such major operations are
1 (Princeton) and I about to become necessary.
-"ft. A. Shelby hat sold the DR. C. C. RAYare BROOKER LUMBER CO. Give as a CallPRESTON

.:t\ cottage adjoining his on the west Lumber Hardware, Bash
to H. I. Davis, owner of the City new associated with Deer. Tools
Ice Co. Mr. Davis is the brother B. BIRD MOTOR COMPANYOpposite
Of J. V. Davis." Phone M Homestead, "1.
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"Lawton B. C Moffat and! Legion Tag OfficeS.
Margaret Louise Hewitt were mar
ried Thursday night at 130: ABCWe Krome Ave. at 5th Street Phone 18
o'clock in the Whit Temple
I Office Boors >a. m. to C p. a,
Church, Miami. About six carloads
of friends motored up to attend Sudayii I U U

the ceremony. . .* \ Closed Saturdays :" """'" ' '".."", ,,,,, .. ,,.. ... .". . '''' '''''''''''''''''''''' '1'' ,.. .. "" .
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L ; -"A delightful St. Patrick's

luncheon was served the member, KM N. W. irm ST, MIAMI r For Home Furnishings
Complete
of the Longview Club on March .
IT by Mn. Casper Williams at FHOM M1M
her home in Modello. . ." I
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... S..;KTWW-at 5th Street Phone 18 Cor. Palm Ave. and Ave. B Florida City, Fla.

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