Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00552
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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: July 24, 1942
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00552
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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: [!testae D.'abloBi] HOMEsTEjtD.t I LEADER it"land serving Bl noeWeekly District 1111 that


tYol. 31 No. 29 Homestead, Florida, July 24, 19.t2 Price 5 Cents

U.S. To Admit Bahaman Labor .

. ' If Domestic Lack Proved Here I

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; Only Good Crop In 7 1 ears BACK FROM WASHINGTON,

.:, Spurs- Mango. Bloom. Study, CHANDLER CALLS MEETINGTO

M ,VARIETY .Drive to Salvage Scrap Metal Getting SURVEY FARMER NEEDSTHE I

Under Way With Wakefield at Head

SAID) PUSHING I The Redland District quota In 1 dealer the Wolfe Auto Wrecking WEATHEROfficial Back from Washington to cS'aln: !

the national program for salvage (Co. whose yard Is located on required proof that the Importation :
Lucy street (Hctneireeel.J'lmidaCity weather report of the of Bahama negroes II", :.ssary -
of icrap Iron and steel is 500 tone,
I boundary line) about a block Subtropical Experiment Station, farm
to avert a critical I.her
announced Oeo. N. Wakefield, 1
EXOIOADENj cochairman Homestead Florida. -
west of S. Krome
of the I Oil* 1M...,III., Kir I Rain shortage In South Florida( next 1
county salvage j I th'Jl scrap may be sold direct to July It.. j 82 I 68 |3005|
committee and chairman of the I junk dealer or be donated I winter' L, U Chandler has celled, ;
,1 may July 17. ..... ,I 92 I 71 13013) 008
of the United Stitet
local salvage committee 'I I to favorite charitable, benevolent July 18_ .... ..-I j 01 | 71 I f 016 a meeting
Department of Agriculture It
The only worth-while crop of : ArrangemenU for the purchaseof : 'I or civic organizations which will July 1>... __-| 81 68 I w
'*. : 1:sell the metal and use the money .... boards and representative offarm j
mangos je.even years, now being 'acrap' metal collected In t the in their work. The Homesteadand July 20. .1 I M 66 1 12988! organizations in nine c,>un-
21. __4100 70 !2U3t
.,\ enjoyed by lowefeast coast (row. drive In this area have been made Redland chapters, Future July ties for 10 a, m. Tuesday In the ;
July 22. I 81 68 ((28 B2|
.n, to due largely to favorable with the district only large Junk Farmers of America have an- .. Court House at Miami.
"cell4for. effective pollination nounced. (hey will seek donations On the theory that there Is still

It wit brought out at, tht of scrap metal and Invest the unemployment Id the United
States, governmental bureaus' and
i BUILDINGS RISE prft'N41'.of Its sale In war bonds.
,) third annual mango forum held In agencies tram Paul V. McNutt

ie.Tort J.aud'fdalyThurldal of VastXprJ Collection points for this do. I HIGHFOR'HOMESTEAD chairman of Jhe war manpowercomrnlajwl
f.. : AS WORK HITS nated scrap metal thus far dealg-
to Lemuel Schofioli,
;jiot,ttojfbldweTtttrwhSn : natedare'Ee\s !!matt ",11"g #f611, N.: chief of-the bureau of immigration -
ASTRIDE BASEThe opposed the plan which won
v-1 tkkwKynt,are rttijttot fertflita'* AT Krome avenue at Kings Highway, the endorsement of the Duke of
lion was rwsonaible for this year i Homestead.
b I Windsor governor of the Bahamas -
>w food crop of mangos, discussion -
*t the forum Indicated. In the walls and roofs of buildings Harrys Welding Shop, Prince- All local heat records were to whom Chandler presentedIt

Bradenfon urea, which experienced are beginning to appear ton i shattered Tuesday when the thermometer several months ago
a cold end rainy period dur. against the background of trees Florida City Garage, Florida at Subtropical Experiment The delegation that made the
lag the pollination period the and sky at the county airport near City. Station registered a maximum I trip to Washington Included besides .
mango trees set very little fruit Homestead where an army air Grunwell Corner, Redland temperature of 100. degrees|I, Chandler, H. L. Cox ch Ir-
'this season. Beef are responsible base and bomber ferry command road and Bauer drive, Redland I'in the thade On the following ,man of the labor committee of
lor mOlt of the pollination andwhen are In process of construction SwlUey Service Station,i|i day the official mercury went to i the Dade County unit of the
the weather It wet and cold The three-mile railroad spur Krome road and Epmore: drive,II 88, thereby equalling the all-time American Farm-Bureau, and I.r.
they will not work it wu brought which will connect the air base I Redland. previous high which was registered -1!ing R Raoul of Sarasota, who
with the Naranja station of the F Bernecker's Service Station,' on Au,. 16, !DU.I represented farming Interest of
outThere are other rea.ots'for the E. C. railroad Is nearing comple-I Krome road and Silver Palm Prior to last year, the highest]I j that section
failure of mange frees to fruit I drive, Redland.Naranjs I temperature recorded at the expertment -|i i To the argument that the South
oftener and some of them have j 1)I tion.The offices of Captain Henry s'l Post Office station since Its establishment Florida form labor could be recruited
not yet been brought to light Dr. Brooks, U. S. A. engineering Every piece of scrap metal that In 1930 was 87 degrees from the ranks of the
Young, the Lake Alfred bortlcul-j 1 1tUrilt officer In charge of construction. : can not be made usable is wanted I The thermometer, barometer i I country Unemployed, they replied
ii working on the problem i I[were moved yesterday from the said Mr. Wakefield However be 'and rain guage at the Subtropical !I I' that any labor surplus exUt'ing .
especially with reference to the First National Bank of Homestead I wferned against the scrapping of f station are maintained there by at this time must be larg ly
development of the embryo in they I building to a concrete block building i any grove or farm machinery that the United Stales Weather Bu-j in the unessential classes of will
JH ango flower" and fruit and the recently completed at the site I can be repaired and put back into reau, and readings are taken and collar workers from which it
effect'of pollination on the devel- I of construction iprrating condition recorded by members of the Ita.I ,would be Impractical If not im-
ppment of the embryo, \ Reclamation of existing farm I Con staff (Continued on Page Two)
:The program was arranged REPORT ON CONTENTION I machinery Is as much a part of
mainly by S. J. Lynch, assistant the salvage drive as U the ccllee- I
e Line
Bus to Blimp Base Forced to Quit
horticulturist of the Subtropical Horace F Carter, president of (Continued on Page Eight) I

Experiment; Station hero Dr. 'the Miami Rotary Club and F (1.I As Workers Prefer Own Daily Double
Geo D. RuehleI' pathologist In (Pat) Rail.,. another Miami Rotarian NABBEDIN
charge of the local station, poke reported to the Homestead THIEF --..
diseases of the mango and Mr. Rotary Club Wednesday noon en I A bus line established to operate of the 'free workngs of a Demo

Lynch told of the newer mango the convention of Rotary International GROVE NEAR I between the Richmond Naval cracy
varieties with which the stations held In Toronto several i Air Base and Miami wu "However, we feel that we have
experimenting Dr. Wibb weeks ago I forced to suspend operations because the right to protest against the
Young of the Citrus Experiment Mr, Carter and Mr. Railey were SACKED FRUIT of lack of passengers, the wasteful manner In which the very
Station at Lake Alfred who M a delegate to the Toronto convention. Redland District Lions Club things we are asked to conserve,
(Coaunueo on Pace Two W IT pointed out in n letter Of protest and which we are denied, are being -
Believed to be a member of a: against the reckless and wasteful used on defense Jobs We feel

ring of fruit thieves, Richard racing to and tram the blimp base (Continued on Page Eight)
Records For Service Men Slow
Surmons, Perrine negro was bound 1 by workers In their private auto

II',, In Showing Up At Legion Hall'I over to Dade County criminal I mobiles.] Military Age Takes 2
court under $150 bond following a The letter, copies of which were
r preliminary hearing before Justice sent to Mark Max. Dade County Off Draft Board No. 7
Only M old phonograph records other strategic places. Anyone of! Peace Sid L. Kendrick Tuesday rationing administrator,, Jocal rationing -
have been received to far by Ad.' having a barrel or barrels'' is asked night.Suremona. board ii of South Miami I" Joe L. Burton became e member -

jutant Wm. 3. Ceronimo In the to telephone 71 was arrested by Cdn- and Homestetd, W. C Shenfcan of Draft Board No. Tot Dade
effort'of John 0 Salley Post to It makes no difference whether stable Joe Scarborough and Grove state administrator of OPA and County last Monday to fill a vacancy -
(Continued on Page Five) Patrolman Frank Irwin at thetat.oa state and county road patrols, wes cawed by the resignation ft
raise its euota of ,In
LSOf Tom Harris who resigned
Groves on Quail Roost drive as foDows: Mayor
American,Legion's national drive No More Gas Permits near Goulds. The officers lay In "The membership of the Red- because he Is within military age

far "Records for our fightingmen Until Next Tuesday I wait Dear eight sacks of fruit discovered land District Lions Club take provisions of the third draft
*. The drive began last Friday : by Frank Gardener, negro this occasion to respectfully bringto H. Reid de Jamette of floral
and will It through S Because applications for sup caretaker. who notified authori your attention conditions which: Gables, who resigned for the same
Mr. Geronimo said yesterday plemental ration books as well ties. Surmons was caught red are pariculariy distressing /reason, b.' Men replaced by
however that this week-end u for truck gasoline have been handwi M be started to make off : "We arc a people'at war Ptaak Bryant another resident of
should bring returns from a recepttcal coming in "in driblets" the local r ui the stolen fruit.. I "We the average citizens, are Coral Gables., Wm. J. Oeronlmo
', placed at the picture show I rationing: board will not pass upon Anoher negro Otis Vkk la now being asked to sacrifice much, to of Florida City and Homestead
and be asked hat an appeal be any more applications until nest serving a six-month sentence for conserve vital material and 999korally the only remaining member of the
broadcast for donation ., empty Tuesday. Chairman: E. A. Carter stealing fruit from the grove of contribute to the wad effort original board of which be has
wooden barrels to be placed ,to announced yesterday. Frank B. Rue. We do this gladly as ow share been chairman,since its Inceptloa.l7orid.'o .

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Indicates, consisted mostly of I Ii TAXI ORDINANCE MASSES
Blood Bank Donors Can Avoid Trip I r.-'Z'. 4-'; ..T question add* answers and discussions. I TWO READINGS AAn
Dr. Ruehle told ef the
/ By Notifying-Defense Iledical'Unitsl1dente \ Our i deadly anthracnose which causes ordinance regulating taxR

leaf spot, blossom blight and fruit cab passed its first and teconl'reading ,
bls.r would 'furnish facilities !1 rot. This he said, can be controlled ait' a regular meetingof
of the Redland Hospital
$ Men in Service
r donating for taking blood In various parts I |with copper spray-In four or five I the Homestead "dly council MooA
tort who are desirous of
follow day night, lVU into
If the blood donors applications, a* go effect'if
of the county
blood to the Dade County * * * Its third
were grouped in sufficient num- * I, First spray application when the palled upon reading
Blood Bank may do 10 without blossom panicle ls open but the at the'next meeting. A
i ber.The i individual flower Is unopened Before tire rationing and deXj:
going to Miami If t Sufficient Homestead and Princeton Vernon Jackson Takes I yet
Second application about six or fens projects Homestead bad DO'
number of them the Homestead an effortto
unit aM co-operating
notify Sheet Metal TrainingWord
seven day later In the open taxi, but within the last few
and Princeton units of the get 20 or more donors signed ,
bloom. month a line operating two staJ
Dade Defense CouncU'1AuxlU.1'1 for some date In the near fu-
County up has been received that
I Third application ten day to ton wagons a* taxicabs has beer
Medical ture. Persons willing to donate
Corpl.At Vernon Jackson of Camp DeSoto, anothJ1Un.
two week after the second-during established in the city and
a meeting of mediae unit blood to the blood bank are asked Tampa, wa transferred Monday
the last of the bloom I which originate
captain in Miami Saturday afternoon to get In touch with Mrs. Fon I
to Drew Field In the
same city Fourth application two or three- 1 I. also In operation.Venice outelde1cIty
attended by Mr*. Eugene taine of the Princeton unit, whose and next week will be sent to weeks after the third applicationto
Fontaine, captain of the Prince telephone number 528-J-l, or
Nashville, Tenn., where he will
ton tint aid post, and Mrt. Ted with Mr*. Oldendorf, phone take aviation sheet metal catch straggling blossoms and they visited what 1* bs.f'
Oldendorf. co-captain of the' 299-W, or Mrs Sam J. Davis, up I protect the young fruit. lieved to be the only litchi OlIo
While '
training. at DeSotohe
'I Camp A fifth application U advisable chard
in the United State It lr?
Homestead casualty station, It was phone 582-J-X the Homestead
announced that Jackson Memorial unit. had a rating of barrack sergeant If the season i* wet. owned by Col. Wm. R. Grove a*,

I i The newer varieties of mangos !retired army officer and contain
He la the of Mr. and Mr I
son discussed by Dr. Fairchild Include i several hundred trees, some of
Army Gives Rules for Addressing R. C. Jackson of Naranja. With: the Fassell, discovered and !which are already: bearing fruit
four other he left for
I I' boy Camp developed by Mike Fassell of the I There they met Dr. E. W Croft

Letters to Our Soldiers Overseas DeSoto Redlnnd after his Sfchool graduation from Coral Way Nursery In Miami; the who spent 20 years In China, native -

High on June 3 I Kent, a Coral Gobies discovery; I habitat of the litchi tree,
of this __
year. the Z1H propagated at Delray; and Is the author of a book on
MarDIll Field, Tampa July 23 lotion of which he 1* a member I '
the !Keenan a new Pine Island: this specie
Although the army postal ser- I 3. The designation of the regiment PVT. JEFFERSON PROMOTED I variety. The Subtropical station men

vise has delivered millions of letters or separate battalion, if any, Fort Bennlng Ca., July 23- > The Fassell fruit with greater took specimen of fruit from locally
to American soldiers through : The promotion of Private Jlmmle
to'which the
I company belongs regularity than the Haden and grown litchi trees with them
oftt the world, some mail intended Jefferson! service" department,
4. The army post office numberin the Zill I I. more highly colored and for identification by Dr. Graff, and
for soldiers at overseas stations corps area service command, Fort
care of the appropriate post has excellent flavor. The collected outstanding specimens of
I I. being delayed or returnedto Bennlng, Gsf, to the grade of pri-
master. Keenan I of excellent quality and fruit for display ,at the mango
the lender because of erroneous vate, first class, has just been announced -
For 1 laid to have flavor foruni Dr. Fairchild brought I
example: a superiorto
or Insufficient addresses, CoLT. at post headquarters.
of fruit
"wonderful collection" for
S. Vou, commanding officer at Private John J. Doe, (army serial Private Jefferson is the son of that of the Haden.Dr. the exhibit.

MacDill Field, complained today. number). Mrs. CandIa Jefferson, P. O. Box Ruehleand Mr. Lynch; :tI

The following I Instructions are Company B, 1429, Homestead, Fla. spent the first part of last week

repeated, he stated, to enable the 212th Infantry, visiting polnta of hortlculural in- Ii I

families and friends of soldier to APO 801, care of Postmaster.San TAKES AIRCRAFT COURSE: Crest in the West Palm Beach, i

address their letter so that they. Francisco, California. Miami, July, 23-Raymond C Bradenton, Palma Sola and Fine l

will be delivered promptly. The name and address of the Lee, 191" son of Mrs. Preston H. Island areas. At Laurel, near

Mail addressed to army personnel sender should be written in the Lee, citrus fruit grower of Goulds, I. == I

serving outside the continental upper left hand comer of the en- has enrolled In the EmbryRIddleSchool I

limits of the United States should vlope, and sufficient space shouldbe of Aviation here for a

{ clearly show: left to allow for endorsements course fitting him for a part in the

1. The grade, first name, middle forwarding agencies if it I* not nation's war effort. Lee, who graduated -

Initial, and last name of the possible to deliver the null at the from the Redland High

person addressed followed by his address given.If School this year, taking the aircraft -

l army serial number, If known. the APO number does not engine mechanic course.
X The letter number of the .
or appear on a letter It is necessaryto
company or other similar organ- check the number and organi Robert Centner who was' Inducted I

ration, causing considerable delay.. Into the army at Camp p\
Standing last week Is here
BAHAMALABOR Col. Voss stressed that the location
ten-day furlough before startinghis
of an overseas station| .
,should not be used, and there preliminary training. ,. 46 J Y
(Continued from Page One) --
should be no reference in correspondence -
Harold Campbell who I I. an aviation -
to farm hands which might associate
possible, recruit JJPAINT
cadet in the I home
I army *
the APO
number with the geographical
They pointed out moreover that from Camp Blending on a 30-day
location of the unit.
labor of this type would not be furlough.
Soldiers are advised to inform

available at farm wage level relatives and friends of the cor- Clinton Bishop, son of Mr. and

The south Floridians told the rect method of addressing their Mrs L. K. Bishop of Homestead, tip

federal powers-that-be, In substance mall has enlisted In the United 'States

that the nation' mid- Coast Guard and left Tuesday for

winter crop-producing area I* told to go back home and make a six week of training at Manokln,
'survey that would yield facts and Md.
ready and anxious to do Its part
figure on the farm labor supply
in the food program of the war 'here, and to certify to the U. S. MANGOSContinued And Prevent

effort but In order to do 10 has to [Employment Service Just how

know In advance where the labor many laborer the farms of South

I* coming from. Florida would be short, during the ( from Page One) "
coming season.If post-graduate student at Cornell .
With Congressman Pat Cannonof I, the satisfactory proof Is furnished last year did research In the

Miami as their guide and door 'with this certification Homestead area, spoke on mango

opener in a day-and-night schedule : term labor shortage the pollination. Dr. David Fairchild:

of visit to various Of Immigration will cause bureau)of Coconut Grove, Internationally BROOKER' LUMBER CO. INC.
ties In Washington the authon-I!mit to be issued to allow' the Im- known horticulturist who has Introduced ,
gate went before the 'portation of Bahaman labor to Into the UnitedStates
Lumber, Hardware, Sash, Doors Tool /
power committee of which Secretary -I:make up the shortage providedthe many species of fruits and plants '
of Agriculture Wlckard and United States Employment from other countries, .poke on ]PHONE tt HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA' ,

Secretary of Labor Perkins are I i Service is unable to fill the need mango varieties and their devel-

member: A. E. Mercker, chief of I,I with qualified domestic labor opment In Florida.

the vegetable division of the I Chandler reiterated that the Bahaman The mango forum as its nameS

United States Department of Agriculture laborer would be put under .

; the head of the labor | bond to perform farm labor GROVE LANDS-TRUCK LANDS-CITY LOTS-HOMES -
division of the U. S. D. A.; John i{and each man* entry certificatewould
h J. Corton, chief of the federal employment { be subject to forfeit in the Price Were Never Se Lew-Plenty ef Good Valves
t I
service of the United 1':event he attempted to work at any EXPERT

States. !I other occupation or If he com- II. A. CAMERONREAL

I On Saturday they went to'''matted any misconduct BARBERING
Philadelphia where they conf.rrec1']I Mr. Chandler said he believed ESTATE

with Mr. Schofield. acting commissioner that If the proposed .

of Immigration, and J. I thorougly understood, It "wo' : I II Ribs ________ see HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA

;Pevaney, who I I. in charge of all{ have no opponent He said hei i Shave __ __ Me
i Opposite Odd Fellow Building
matter pertaining to labor which i would welcome the opportunity to I Shampoo (Malar_ __--. He i
tome under the Jurisdiction of theImmigration it to who have doubt i6
TeL !
any i Ne 71 Established J
bureau. Shampoo (Medicated)..___ 7V
on the .
j In every instance Chandler and .ubjec'I I I State tie

hi* companions were"told that the I Facial See I

bureau or agency consulted was Fads Pack We

sympathetic to the problem presented Ij Fee !tempt Combination I'HIal-1e HOMESTEADSWIMMING ,
but would have to receiveproof j
Teal Ue
that the requested temporary CAB SERVICE
Sifting of Immigration restriction, Mustache Trim __-? lie.BUl3'S POOL

Jb the necessary lOIuUOIL.So i if I
thoroughly: and so tonvIDc- at reasonable mane

ingly did the delegate present : . will be drained and cleaned
the farm labor problem of Southflorid I PHONE 9108 oriSSS : I"' ..
every: Saturday instead of
/ |
*, that agencies charged BarberShop
With seeing that essential manpower HOMESTEAD CAB SERVICE Monday until further notice

is supplied during the war: Op City Ran
traergeocy: admitted that the ''I !. O. riuuMv Free ART McKEE\ Pool ManagerPa 7

problem bad bens "dumped! In I .

}heir lap*". Th Floridians were s ,


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Friday July-24 1942' HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE. , 'Pare Three ',' i ,..J,

-ODORS I IIIDJOnmHllmrnOilmmmmliur Brooker surprised her last Friday Monday by the Dade County nursing and after due tim Quail ,
ay giving bar party In honor other 1 Board of Public Instruction for fled as a registered nurse. which J
fifteenth birthday. . ." the' purpose of a site for a high profession the followed untilon
TO ILLUSTRATED 20 Years Ago -*S. L. McClanahan a former ,school building at Homestead. year and a halt ago when she decided
resident of Homestead, arrived in,' acres and price paid was $2 800. to try Florida climate .
ct town last week for an indefinite i The property la composed of five Seven weeks ago she was con-
E TALKA Tk MlMta ftMM M IttM *M atey. . ." The site it immediately adjoiningthe fined to her bed and tine that
..... ... .
Ira HIM tt a iMiU 'I
a.Ur riM MWMMW ..... It Itlt, -" party ot boys helped Jack I I.A present five-acre school tract time bad grown won rapidly
e- wu Iy.W -.. teal Rhodes celebrate his twelfth occupied by the grammar school until her death, which. came at
snifter act o( "war gases" ::r:EX ot,ter. 5651,wNa w td.- birthday last Saturday at his A high school building will be ,tour o'clock on Tuesday July 11,
w Will be used to demonstrate a lecture home on Eighth street . '" erected upon the site at an estimated 11022 . ."
Wednesday night at 7.SO in UlllllllilmllUlIIllIIlIlIlIIUfimtllP.1l (Florida City). -1' cost of 118,000 . Work
the Homestead grammar school -"A. J. Drew, Dorothy Tower, will start about October 1st on f
by Ceo. B. Oldham of Princeton, July t, HIS Katherine( Drew, Hiss Llvle ,the new building . ." *
gas Instructor for th* Dade County -"A very pleasant afternoon Barnes and Mildred Campbell I "Rota Alice Lyon was born Appetising ,
Defense CounciL was spent at the home of Mrs motored to DeLand to attend the February 23, 1885 at*St. Johns
The snifter apparatus releases ,E. A. Froscher last .Frlday by .a Baptist Assembly there They I Mich . After two successful SANDWICHES I
M odors similar to those characterizing few friends Invited In to meet her left Tuesday . and expect to be 'years of teaching school she tried
the various poison gases that house guests, Mrs. J. N. Feaster lone about ten da,..."' (several kind of work In searchof DRINKS
may be used by Invading enemy I of Miami and Miss Carrie Fros. -"Mr. and Mrs. I* A. Wise wlU something which was more SHORT ORDERS !
a warplanei. The object of the lecture cher of Titusville . ." leave Sunday by car for Arkon, suitable to a frail health and up
as.lt Is to teach citizens hoW' to -"Dr. and Mrs. H. Schlegeland S. c., and other points to visit to that time had been organist In I at I t tI
distinguish these gases ao that F. G. Gamer and wife will friends and relatives." tone church for ten years. In 1907
. they may know the proper methods leave Saturday on an auto trip to -"Mrs. Mollle Thomas and her she went to nurse an old schoolmate DICK'S BARBECUE ;
, of resuscitation and treatment.The Ashevllle, tt. C. ." three children, left Tuesday night . In 1911 she went to I
lecture will take the place of where will State Sanitorium in I f fI
-"Earle Mattheews ha to ,for Wauchula they Michigan C. S 1 at SUt Street
next week's regular meeting of gone Indefinite of time search of for tuberculosis, I I
ee, the boys' camp at Chimney Rock, spend an length a cure Homestead Florida
onas the Homestead Medical Auxiliary' N, C. for the summen""Miss visiting friends and relatives." after three years as a patient she I !
Corps. -i "Negotiations were completed recovered sufficiently to. take up i
Mr. Oldham is also a division Mildred Campbell expects i
1ppervisortor the medical unlti to go to Waldeboro, N. C.,
of the county defense council to visit her grandmother She I t.j t-

adof The public is urged to attend will accompany Mrs. Gilmer as .j
the lecture and those attending far as Charlotte, N.. C." I
should bring pencil and notebooks -"Alvin Campbell expects to
90r to get the utmost benefit of spend his vacatloji In New York
the Instruction Mr. Oldham said and Niagara Falls this summer." Bamboo Tavern: :
"Hubbard (Pink) Lamb returned -
to Homestead Monday
,Funeral Services Held after spending some time In Pcl- I

For Daniel L. McCall, 5G ham, Ga. .
"PIthecoloblum trees have Homestead's J'ea,.-'Round Restaurant
been planted along the schoolhouse
Funeral services for Daniel L. grounds which were most
McCall. 82, of Peters, were held generously donated by W. J. I
Tuesday afternoon at the graveside -'!Krome."
In Palm Cemetery at Naran.Ja .I Frank Lindeman, proprietorof Famous for Fried ChickenDear
with Dr. J. E. Johnstone, pastor the Homestead Pharmacy, is
of the Homestead Baptist expected to arrive home from

Church officiating. Turner Fun Paxton, 111, on Thursday. of this
eral Home had charge of arrange-

rnentf.MR.. week."Mrs.. John W. Peacock left .
McCall who cnme to Peters .. Editor:
for Harris, Ga.. on Sunday to

N.eight C.. died July ago\H fromRobinson at the Kendall, spend-"Newton a month's O. Ball vacation, the pleasantand there." Your phone call asking for the copy for

hospital. Accommodating cashier of the ., \ the ad, was just received by yours truly,
He 1| survived *fff three sisters, Citizens Bank, wal taken to the -... ... "I" and we've been so busy we really! haven't .,
Mr At M3lbson < Norfolk, Va. .
Graduate* General Hopita
] -'. had the time to sit down and think up stuff
Mrs Arch Thompson of Maxton, on. Tuesday of this week and underwent N,' ;. ; .
N. c., and Mrt J..E. Jordan olFayettevllle a minor ape'- ion.'. ." ,..,'. about rationings, ceilings and country girls 't
N.-C, and 'a. niece, -"T. A. Feaster Is visiting\ in with their first lipstick like we used to, but

Mrs. Myrtle, Evans of Miami. Birmingham, Ala. (Florida City I we do find time to again greet our manyfriends
-"Mr, and Mrs. Frank Irwin
moved to their new home in and guests,. and to thank them all

Death Takes jtlother Homestead which was recently for the loyalty and co-operation in helping

; Of Local Minister completed." (Florida City) ;. us to carry on.
-"A little daughter arrived at
Herbert Turner Marine Barracks
the home of Charles Goft Satur- Private
Mr. and: Mrs. T. J. Hunton re day last" (Goulds) Parris Island, S. C., writes us: "I
turned Tuesday from Marietta,
Ga., where they attended the funeral see your ad in the local sheets and believe '.

of Mr. Hunton' mother, Mrs July-"Dr.IJ, m.J. B. Tower left Wash' '.' me that Fried Chicken sign makes my '
Nancy Elizabeth Hunton n, whc "
: Ington, D. Q on Monday of this mouth water.
died there Friday morning at the
week "headed south'. He is ex- 'r First Lt. J. N. DeFoore Fort Benning
home of another son, Felix H ,
Hunton. pected week" home' Saturday of this ,'_ Ga., sends us this: "It would be grand to .,!

Enroute home Mr. Hunton, whc: -"Miss: Mildred Avery who li get back and enjoy a meal at the Bamboo
is minister of the Homestead
Church of Christ dedicated I I In the deaconess work at Kalamazoo and greet my friends in and around Homestead. -
Mich. and her sister Mrs "
church.In High City, Fla. .
E. A. Paupchls and hen children
from Nashville, Tenn., are visiting A local civic club for whom we cater
LAYMAN TO PREACH their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday luncheons writes' in its weekly

A. Naberhuls, outstanding i J. W. Avery. They exepct to be news bulletin: "Meal last week just natur-
from Miami here about
nan will preach I a'month.; "
at' the morning service of Homestead "Miss Leona Matthews left on ally knocked our eyes out, etc., etc.

Presbyterian Church or I the train Wednesday afternoon to In this morning's mail this from Duncan
Sunday, July 28. visit her friends, the Misses Dorothy -
' author "Your has been recommended
Hines place -
The pastor of the church. the I and Winifred Dalqulut, who I .\ ,
Rev. George for N. Presbyterian bliss! Josephine Pratt left IN GOOD EATING'"
day Montreat, C, the - of 'ADVENTURES
summer eonferenct! Tuesday for Georgia, where she l
So dear editor closing now with
grounds, where he will attend the I will spend about three weeks visiting we are
leadership training school. Hi I friends and relatives." the pleasant thought that you'll let all and

will be away for about two weeks, -""The friends of Miss HelenFOR sundry know that when they wish to dine, "

YOUR CONVENIENCE.., *!. enjoy a cool tempting Salad Bowl, or dish e .

of Howard Johnson's Ice Creams, they are

assured of a convivial welcome and smooth .\
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I, prompt service, and again may we .
Homestead, Fla. I. you while reservations are not essential, ,

they are highly advisable. Advance arrangements .. .

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Four HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday. Julv.. 24.. 19f i
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ID A ____'-.!. and MltotsUUOUf AGNEW
By WELSH Nlitre
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..... Mr, W.......w 'eran"
...,wJ Prises. N int.... Fte. .._II. -0.IM" ...-_ .... _shier "'"
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PiMfe W D4 0satr_ 111.61 Ripley one cannot ;i
: says
1.lOT* M .... .kMlilt. .an .._ contract '
1..Y m M W e elf .. ata. hydrophobia from the bite of a
......l, lswfk .rw w see N skunk. If I never get this malady
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until I get it that wry I .never
4k live expect to have it

That Bright Red CarpetBy e e *

The eight men on trial as aabo.
Annie Mayhew Fltspatrirk COLAW MASSSAC C teurs are in the position of the
In early times, M I've been told,: man who was between twoTute:
A bright red c.rpetV... unrolled 00-00 they'd have been shot if they
Right from the carriage to the I hadn't gone and probably will be
door hot because they did.
When Southern belief went !n' e ..
itore. .1
The Dade County school board
To beauty rare I make no claim;
has wrestled with the perennial
I have a carpet, just the same
question of charging tuition to
From my back door right now It's
spread winter-resident pupils and decided
to admit them free.
4 Out to the truck where I may .tie T
tread e e'In e __ .
6 And then It winds off o'er the Boston they have a new name
grass for It-"Girls Chasing Uniform"

Around the curve where I may if
pats The U. S. cotton acreage for this
It i made of petals flaming red, year ha been estimated at 24
The olnciana tree has shed. million, an increase of 18 per
/ ;,
,cent over last year's. North Carolina
I Will Succeed $1) Increased her six per cent
7JlGG2EA72Y- but SoUth Carolina could go that'
If one better with en of
you will keep your lalth In me, acreage
Though life be like a stormy lea, ..r about 1,427,000,
And difficult mv task may be- ZNJA iN . .

I will succeed SCI.EN17 Headline on a food page: "Ap .
If you will look rons Become Honor "
with smiling eyes, an Badge.
SAY tr is
Though days be dark with lowerIng When were they ever anythingelse :
skies, Nork7l2ve. ?
And + c. .
are fraught with weary
sigh*,- /Nsec Last year we imported 2.1U,220 ,
I will tucceed. (water) buffalo hides from Siam
\ It you will speak a word of cheer, '_ i except that we now call it Thai
I Though hurrassed oft by doubt A land.

and fear, COLEE HAMMOCK Is one of South Florida's The bothersome RED BUG.or CHIGGER Is . e
And ugly failure hovers near,- historic spots. Here during: the Seminole wara not an insect at all but belongs to the great class I Florida takes her politic with
:'I I will succeed. band of Indians gathered and massacred every Arachnids which Includes the spiders and scorp a death grip.-and sometimes it la
If you will there your ISve with white person who had settled In the community tons In the adult state red bugs have, eight legs_ Just that Listen to this from theDayona
me, except man by the name of COLEE and his son. whereas Insects have six. '. I Beach Observer: "They
Though hard the pilgrimage may (meaning the local 'ring') still try
bt, to convince the povertystrickenmen
The golden harbor I hall see,i- KNOW YOUR NEIGHBOR of Daytona Beach that they
I will succeed. Children in u-I will bring great things here .

* if a * *, The It's only election of propaganda parasite* a
Origin of the Hot By Judge Malcolm Qatfleld gang
Dog are so dumb they really can't tell r
Historians and'iporti'lovers will * * * * * you why the tide ebbs and flow

remember the late Harry Stev. CP.A.U. NEGLIGENCE OF BUSINESS twice in 24 hours"

ens ai an Important contributor COSTA RICA THE SCHOLARLYWhen FIRMS e e
to Americana. For It was he who>> The youngster who has had no A great many people think we
invented the hot dog and the straw the conquistador spoke I in education, however I* not by adequate home and church trainIng must be dynamically positive
for soda pop, and popularized r*. I to each other of the rich coast 1 any means the sum of her riches, usually has no conception of about everything and try to run
freahment at sports events, "Is costa rica. they were not only, not even if there be added a tradition II' right and wrong If.such I boy the whole world. A woman of
The amazing career of Harry I distinguishing between the Central inspiring in its unfolding trespasses on property belonging this region who has attained the
Stevens Is described by Sports American region which Is of a people' struggle through foreign to a railroad or a manufacturing age of 92 elves three "don't a*
Writer Bob Conildine who traces, I now the republic of Costa Rica, conquest and brigandage, to I concern and observe pieces o fdon't :_ longevity. These are:
in the July issue of Cosmopolitan I and an area claimed by Christopher Independence and constitutional equipment lying about which ca worry; don't overeat; don't
magazine, the life of the Immigrant I Columbus as his personal self-government be told to I junk dealer, the temptation bate-anybody?or anything. A
Englishman from steelworker I property; they had visions, too It Enllghten: government stems to teal I* greater than i* mighty good set of rules; I am by
to one of the nation's Important 'would appear, of gold to be had from this devotion of the Costa the child' moral resistance. them a* was the man with the
businessmen. Steven Vat I for the gathering. Rican to Intellectual attainment. Knowing that it is much easier to printed prayer he pasted on the
catering enterprise started, Const If the name was based on a I At San Jose, the capital, are the evade detection; et night, he usually head of his bed: "Lord, them's
dine says,'when he bee.melnlurl. I misconception, common enough In 'judicial, legislative and executive call in a number of his my sentiments" '.
ated at the old fashioned baseball I uprograms days of adventure and adventurers branches of the government supported friends and lays plan for a raid e . .
which gave neither the Spanish grandee, long by a constitution that list on the desired location. A Beau Brummol winter visitor
players' names nor a box score I stories and not a little of dlslllu.ilonment 12S article and I bill of right Five and ten cent stores aslo contribute accorded the honor (T) of being
He soon took over the concessionand I the Costal Rica of our : Executive power i* vested In a their share to the temptation the sixth best-dressed man of thee
made such a success of it that I day presents to the world something : president, elected .directly by the which inspire youngster nation, had In his wardrobe 00 or
be was liked to operate the IIr,.. I 'which it appraises, along people for four years. He may I steal In the first place they display more suits 17 overcoats, 47t bata,
Ice at New York's famed Polo 'with a good part of the rest of not serve another consecutive their wares in an attractive 22 pair of shoes, 100 shirts,.500
Grounds and fro itlll In the hands I enlightened mankind, as more term. 11 manner, within easy reach of the ties, with "hankies" to match. At
of Stevens' sons., I precious than gold. I I I Southernmost of the five Cen child. It la I simple matter for which Isaac laments: "An' here I
. The catering end of Stevens' The republic of Costa Rica hat last American republics with an one boy to make five cent purchase got o'ny a tow string to hold up
I York has spread from coast to 1,000 teacher and 500 soldiers,'area about that ef West Virginia, and, while the clerk' backs 'my overall an' have to go to bed
coast Coiuldine reports, and his I but it was first ot the American Costa Rica like many another I 1 turned, for his confederate to while Mom washes 'em." Yes
, employees, numbering 7,000 Ire at I nation to declare war on Japan:, Latin American country can but: quickly slip several other object but Isaac your old soul 1* mighty
work!;: In ball parks, race tracks, I after the event of Pearl Harbor.j guess, as yet at the extent and' into their pocket) If stores were 'clean and kind and never fail to
and numerous other iports gath : school for each goo character of its natural wealth I to encase the front and end of heed a distress call. Let the SIC.
erings. The hot dog was the outgrowth I In .retai"o ef 430,000.I I I The Cordillera trends through I their counter with glass, it would 'Clerk keep the books !nac.
of a cold blustery day at I Primary education, Is free and ''from northwest to southeast And tw difficult for boys to reach up e e
a ban game, when no and would I compulsory. Graduate of elementary I though It was not where the:,over them and remove their contents It Is an easy thing to tell the
i buy either the ice cream or soda I schools have the choice!I Spaniards of old could lay their, other fellow to follow a rule and _'
pop which Stevens was peddling I of going further in the school of hand on it there was gold to!
He realized suddenly that the I crowd would go for nothing unlessit I merce. Before the dream of e I I I most part, awaiting a day of improved 'I exceptional quality and flavor.l
was red-hot A German "dachs national university became a real.| method and better transport England has stood first as buyerof THE MAIL BOX

hund" sausage seemed to Stevens I I Ity, student preparing for career for getting out The mown. it, with Germany second ...... ........ "...."..!""".... .... ......
to (4 the bill and a sports writer, In other fields l\ad to go abroad.I I I tame rise to as much as 1J 000. the United States third; but
because he couldn't spell the name I I But now schools of law, pharmacy -j feet A network of streams, their the loss of European market with NAME SUGGESTED
.shortened it to simply "hot do,." I: engineering science, liberal I I source there Invite power development creasing quantities of Costa Rican :1 Editor Leader-Enterprise:
When selling soda pop became art* dentistry and medicine havebeen I estimated at a million coffee are being consumed In this} ,The writer believes that the citizens .
slowi Consldlne says Stevens realised I or are about to be Incorpor. horsepower-wealth of another I country. The coffee, with bananasand of the Homestead area
that the mechanics of ated Into the university.For laotl .
I cocoa, make up eightyfiveper would approve of the suggestion
drinking it from the bottle caused I the national university, unquestionably The economic and social heartof cent of Costa Rica's export "to have the, municipal park named
the drinker to take Ms eyes off'I I tangible and a the country i* In the plateau These, with some gold, timber, for the late Mr, J. V. Davis. II
the ball game. So with each purchase beautiful one, also I* I symbol region of the medium altitude sugar, hides and skins, the nation was his skin and untiring effort
he 'gave sway straws and I:t i* the apex of an educational where the climate 1* pleasant and offer Its neighbor at home and I that brought it Into being and the
the spectator' could keep his eye system of which any nation rightly healthful, the soil and rainfall a :abroad in exchange for 'What it I city council should recognize this
)on. the proceedings while _be slfhooed. could be proud. boon to the farmer. From this ''need for Hi bread-basket, fort(I Imecklnary by establishing! such a memorial
Out 'Rfca-i- advanced ,position. region comet the Costa Rican cot-.. ,' !'fuel and textile. .AL,FRIEND.PaJre .

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_- :ii Friday, ,July 24, 1942 HOMESTEAD LEADER AWD ENTERPRISE Paw Fiva '.

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brother and sister-in-law, Me. and lived in the BrockeU house on, ord. The drive is conducted Incooperation
4 Mn. G. A. West while visiting Tenth street moved to Homestad with Records For Our
: 1 relatives here Monday. Mr. and Mn. J Taylor Fighting Men Inc.. which was organized !
; In and GroundHomestead i and brother John Taylor hare' last month by Kay Kyser t
: Mr. and Mn W. H. Booth and moved Into the Brockett house. : Kate Smith, Gene Autry-and other \ .
I Mrs. B. Titbits left Monday I nationally known musical artist i'.
for Grand Rapids Mich. Mr. and Mn. H. E. Drawdy and as a non-profit agency to dlspoae :
I family of Miami Beach moved into, of the scrap and select, purchaseand \
I Mrs. Fred Suber and children the Cpltier house on Eltfcth street distribute the best in recorded
I,i Mary Catherine, Sally and Fred: Monday; music for the armed force. ,
Jr returned Friday from Morven.Ga I Search in the recesses of that
George Cooper of Princeton returned Mn W. H. "Woods left Wednesday ,,where they had been visiting Mr. end Mrs. Ralph Howes and, old phonograph cabinet you stored
Saturday night from I 30. evening for Media, III, where family and Mr. and Mn. L. ,M I away In the Oi.t1c: garage long {
day buslnes trip that took him she will visit her mother, Mn. Mr. and Mrs J. R..Brooks had PUtt and family, all of Miami, ago for you may
through Maine and Into Nova Sco- Elizabeth Rankln. as week-end guests Mr and Mrs. moved this week Into the Silver- have forgotten or overlooked, I
tia. He was accompanied north Wtn Sheanton and daughter, man house on Eighth street take them to Mr| Oeronlmo at L*- i.
by his mother, Mrs. John E. Alice, all of Miami, and another lion hall, to Sheffield Electric Co
Cooper, who remained at Presque W. H. Owens president of the daughter, Helen Sheanton, of Mr. and Mrs. Wayland Demere to the picture how or bring them
Isle, We, tor a visit with a ion- local Lions Club, Mrs. Owens and Baltimore. I announce the birth of a seven- to the Homestead LeaderEnterprise .
in-law and daughter Mr. and Mn. Frank Webb left Saturday for I pound, twelve ounce lOG. Way- office. They will be turned t
Lynwood Chase She It expected: Toronto, Canada, where they will Mn. W I. risk and her sister land, Jr Tuesday at the James over to the local Legion post
to return In two weeki. attend the convention of Interna- Mrs. Ben Frantz, left Wednes. Archer Smith Hospital. without fall and without delay.
I tional Lions. day for Sarasota where they will --
visit Mr. and Mn. Floyd Fogle,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles O. Lowe READ THE WANT-ADS
Merle Slane of Evanston. IlL, Dr. Mary Lee Palmer of Chicago former residents of Homestead.
arrived Saturday to spend several -, will leave today tor Haines City I I and family of Key West moved
months on nil grove at Quail: I this week Into the Doxsee house I.
after four days spent visiting her Mn. William Hathaway, the
boost drive and Llndgrea road. I brother and sister-in-law, the I former, Miss Lucille West, who hat: on Twelfth street .
Rev. and Mn. O. Sewell Palmer.Dr. been living near Fort Knox where, guests of SUNSIIINBSBRflCB
The Rev. and Mn. Geo. E. DeuelJjft I Palmer Is head of the Inter- Lieut Hathaway has been stationed -I Sunday Mr. and Mn.
,Friday to spend several weeks I national Council of Religious Edu- Is visiting her parents, Mr.: R. E. Scott, Sr, were Mr. and Mrs I
visiting Mrs. Deuel's brother and cation. Mr. Palmer Is pastor of and Mn. Q, A. :West, In Home.I Roscoe Snead of Atlanta Mr. and r
stster-ln-law, Dr. and Mn. U C. the Homestead Methodist Church.Mr. stead while her husband is on Mrs. R. E. Scott, Jr.. and Mrs.I
Holcombe, In Milton, Vt. Mr. and duty elsewhere I Nina Brandenburg of South Mia.
I ml. Mrs. Scott Sr. returned to
Mn. Deuel spent Thursday night and Mn. Paul Sears of
with Mr. and Mn. Wayne Calkins HIaleah visited Mr. and Mrs. Miss Vara Rheney has been ill, South Miami with them and cam
in Miami. Walter Thompson and Mr. and at the home of her parents, Mr.1 back on Tuesday.Mrs. We Pledge
Mrs. Chas A. Gosaman Sunday and Mn. W. E. Rheney, for the' every
Mr.'end Mn.:Adrian Jacobs and past week. I' Fritz Schroeder and chi resource to our
IOn, Billy, returned Tuesday from and dren, Glenn and Helen, returned country' Victory
Sweetwater Tenn., where they Patty Robinson Joy Lee Miss Patsy Magrahan will leave Monday from a visit with relatives -I Program both for
had been viiiting Mr. and Mrs. J. will return this week-end from a for her home in Anderson, S. C.,: in Hobs Sound.RECORDS. military and civilian
six-week vacation spent In a
after visiting Anne Rheney in
Pollard. Mr. Jacobs also visited
A girls' camp at Montverde, Fla. Homestead. nodi. For Sunshine
1.. R.
Capt. and Mn.
his parents
Mri Robert McLeroy of Miami Service it dedicatedto
Jacob of Evansville X1L MwMxMNMx W MNMMM/w,4 1MMIxM
Is spending a week visiting her the
mother, Mrs. J. B. Tower. FLORIDA CITY
Mr. and Mn. Robert O. Ward I the records are unblemished or AmericanWayofLiU.
who now live in Fort Lauderdale Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Turner and Bf Wsrrene Bewy broken In many pieces They .
and their baby son, Robert c"k-1 their two children Betty and William .-.----. will be turned in as scrap to
ins, spent Sunday with Mn. returned yesterday from a The Rev, Lewis Minter of the record manufacturers In exchange \oa ea
Ward's parents, Mr. and Mr* two-week visit with relatives In Community Church announces, for newt records and phonograph 9 'ii 1
W. Calkins. 0'1 Edison, Ga. I that Mrs. W B. Mills of Homestead players for American service men I l
will organize and direct the! throughout the United States and COm
Mrs J. Tom Vann left Mrs Herman Schlegel returned church choir and lead the singingon throughout the world.
to spend a few days visiting her Tuesday from a two-week visit In I Wednesday evenings.Mrs. I The national goal of the Amer-I
sUttr-ln-Uw, Mn. D. W Vann, Melbourne with her son and I ...--- can Legion 1s 13.900000 old rec
In Vero Beach. .*' daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.! Harry Dcl r left Fridayfor
Carl Gamer. a one-week visit with her husband -
Mr. and Mr. Geo. H. Fitzpatrick I in Key West.
and daughter, Barbara, left Wilbur M. Bradley of Water- .
yesterday for a one-month visit In burn Conn., who has many I Mn. Hazel Wagner of Detroit'
Lexington, Ky. |I I friends In this city where. he and arrived Thursday to visit her parents llUBNEBSlUMEB21Hour
.:..-- his daughter have spent several Mr, and Mrs. A. Mills, Sr.
Walter Gaby of Redland I* seriously winters, suffered serious injury
III In the University Hospital recently when he fell from a Miss Genevieve Cline visited
In Coral Gables. Waterbury building on which he Mr. and Mrs. A. Mills, Sr., of Cape
was working. He was found unconscious Sable several days last week.
Mrs. J. V. Davis and her daughters ( and was taken in an Ambulance Service 1
Mrs. R. M. Degler and Mrs. ambulance to his home where he L. C. Aldrich Is recovering from
James T\ HIll. left Wednesdayfor la now recovering. an arm cut which necessitated LADY ATTENDANT
'Oegler'1 home In Baltimore eight stitches.
Mj-s. i Phone 270 Homestead Fla.:
where Mrs. Davis and Mrs Fred West of Montgomery, Ala., ,
Hill will visit for a while Mrs. arrived this week to stay with his Mr. and Mn. G. Merrill who 1
Dealer has been here for a month.,
Mn. N.. G. Ball returned to
Homestead after spending ten
days In Miami visiting Mn. Geo.
Fuller, a former Homestead resi


. << and Mn.: Charles' L. Ooley,
"In. Mary Fennell and Mn. Walter -
Thompson were business visitors -. .
In Miami Thursday. Mr.? e .
Ooley donated blood for a trans .
fusionfor Lee Fertfiell who 1s : ,:"
seriously ill In'Jackson Memorial. "

Hospital. ,
Miss Peal- -Whltaker returned I' IF THE WEATHER IS DRY,

Monday from a three-week vacation

trip through Missouri, Tennessee DON'T WAIT TO IRRIGATE OR
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Dr. B. F. Stebbins I Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.

Dr. L.-W. Stebbiru

ISIS W. Flasks St, Miami Telephone 16 FRANK B.:,RUE, Manager Homestead, Fla.J. .
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If I Muslim Social Events in South Dade ME-won .1

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HERE BY DADE COUNTY DEFENSE- COUNCIL ..--... Dr. J. E. Johnitone, pastor of More women are needed for

-- the First Baptist Church of Homestead i work morning, afternoon and
Nutrition classes: In both Home. thosee allergic to certain food. Meetlng-of W; S. C. S. was given a surprise party I evening In the Red Cross surgical .
will bt "People have the advantage today circle In church. his I .
l stead and Florida City on birthday anniversary Wednesday dressing room, announce M...
started a* soon M enough women of knowing how to, eat for July 22 Meeting of Redland W. evening by about fifty!,Lee H. Lehman who I* la charge
of the district sign up, announce better health. Many person pay S. C. S. In church. friend at the paitorium. When'' of getting the work ttarted.

Mr*. Don Ferreyr, captain of the I money to a sanitarium to learn to July 24-Redland Home Demonstration Dr. Johnstone returned to his I I I Group from neighborhood
In eat the foods. We want to Club picnic in munici home after '
south Dade County "Victory proper prayer meeting and ; should organize and plan on an
the Home" unit of the Dade teach the Redland District women pal park. turned on the light he found the ',afternoon of evenln,'* work, she
!what food are best and how to July 28-Meeting .of Jennie filled
County Offense CounciLThe room with the self-invited laid. Instructors will be presentto
Lobdell Circle with Mm Either I'
classes will meet once or prepare them." said Mr*. Ferreyra guests. how beginner how to fold the
twice I week for a one-hour lesson Women Interested in registeringfor Livingston.Aug. Mrs. S. l+ West gave several dressings. If at least six wish to
on such subjects a* how to the classes may do so by 3-Buslnes* meeting ot humorous readings.A work in the evening, the room

use the cheaper cut of meats, leaving their name and addressesat Junior Woman' Club in club birthday cake, wa. served will be opened from 8, until 10

how1' to arrange menus to fit the the Florida Power and Light house. with Ice cream. or any other hour desired, said
needs and budget of the local Co. office In Florida City or telephoning Aug Meeting of HomesteadB. Mn. Lehman.
for Mrs. Ferreyra at No. 578. P. W. C. at Avocado Lodge I
and help
women, recipe The i
Aug Luncheon meeting ot MRS. R. McLEROY GIVES room open every day
Episcopal Auxiliary at home otMrs. PARTY AT TOWER HOME from 8 o'clock till 12 and from 1

MISS FAY SKIVER BRIDE CHURCH SOCIAL HOUR Frank W. Stillman. I Mrs. Robert McLeroy entertained till 5. Mrs. Robert R. Reimert 1*
Aug. 10-Meeting of tntermedl. a group of friends at a din.
Mil Fay Louise Sklner and: The social hour for the young ate G. A. with Barbara Jean ner and theatre party Wednesday.The Red Cross surgical dressing
James Hansel H'mr were marriedby people of the First Baptist Churchof Smith. I dinner wa served at the room i* located In the Redland -

Justice of the Peace S. 1* ,I Homestead directed by M.... A. home of the hostes mother, Mr*. Citrus Grower building! head
Kendrick In his office here Wednesday E. Paul and Bob Willet I* fillinga I Jt B Tower. _. quarter for the Red Cross sewing

evening.I I real need and hal become a let The Bond Patrons Associationof I Guests were: Mr*. Alton Home unit.

The bride wore white Ilk service Each Sunday after the Homestead will discontinue the Mr*. Lloyd Field .Mr*. Waudell

Jersey drcis with a red Jacket and 0' regular church ,service the young. collecting of newspaper until fur. Peoples, Mill Alta Vann Misses Mr. Willard Lewis and Mrs.

white au.-.series. Her corsage''i:tp gather at the pastor home ther notice announce Mrs. Adrian I Anna and Myrtle Moon, Miss Maggie Aman 'of'Madison Fla.,
was of gardenias. I an hour In long andplay Jacobs, president. Helen Moye and Miss Mary MeNelll and Charles Gossman were dinner
A rec''."lion followed it the I i followed by refreshments. : I guests of Mr. and Mr*. Walter
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bride home on W. Thirty-eight were present last |A. Thompson July 16
atreet I Sunday even In;. I
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lettuce and In
The bld, it 4 daughter of Mr*. The parent who bring their: Hints toHousewives arrange the salati
bowl. crackers cheese
Arrange alternate layersof fend tea or coffee .
Mabel 1OIJ.'r of Homestead and boy and girl to church are Invited .
the string beans, tomatoes cut a* an afternoon or evening snack.
Skr, She born In 'this
Fred wa to Attend social hour I
in eighths, the potatoes, salmon i I I
6t Pets but baa spent most end all the
j imrji young people are urgedto
onion, and Beat IVIremaining I i
ef tier )if,' !In Homestead and she come egg together : {i Mike: "Just think! While I wag
Attended Homestead High School.The In.redlen1th, a fork I{[' out with rome of the fellow last

bri, groom I I. a son of J.I +++++*a- 6+4.8ALMOV .++++++++ o e.add to salad and tosi well. Serves : night a burglar broke into our
Gettman Mis Hewa STUDENT NIGHT HELD house."
W Blair >f .
gradu .tod from Ottmnn High AT METHODIST CHURCHA DISHES FOR I Salmon r Snack II I Jake: "Did he get anything?"

School and it now employed by student night program em. SUMMER 1 8 oz. ' phaslzlng the value of a well- thought it wa omln.home."
William Bros Construction Co. By Katharine Fisher .2 tbsp. chopped pitted ripe olives o me
rounded life wa presented last -The Casualty Insurer.
Director Good Housekeeping tbsp. chopped pitted green olives
Sunday night at the Homestead
REDLAND CLUB TO HOLD Institute I 3 tbsp. mayonnaise .
Methodist Church. Miss Antoinette
J 4 Moye wa in charge of the pro. It'* always a good idea to havea !I Speck pepper Alt CONDITIONED
The RPdlmd Home Demonstration (ram.Mental. two of salmon HOLLER BRAT It COMFORT
Club will hold Its annual picnic I benefit derived can or on. your I I Crisp celery stalks I......., Till to 11X1 P. M.A4 .
.from pantry ihelve Then when menu Combine flaked salmon ...... _.
today III the Homestead Muni. I olives i lie, ,IW tox I
life outlined
college Wll
were by idea fall you ,or time I* short, or mayonnaise, salt and
Clpal park 1, lard Norman. Physical education ., your budget daggering under food peppelUse Venetian Skating Rink
is a filling for
I :crisp celery stalks
Members will meet at 10 o'clock I j advantage were portrayed by bills, salmon will save the day) I managablfe! length. Serve.with 171 .. W. 17U ..., Idles
and a business meeting will beheld -
,James Brown. Miss Alta Web. Few dishes are easier on the
after lunch. ter told of the spiritual develop. budget and offer more In healthful

j ment which college can contributeto food value than the easily-pre MWWi

THREE W. 8. C 8. CIRCLESHOLD the studentScripture pared, delicious recipe we give
JOINT MEETINGA I 'reading wa by Miss you below Jack
'Lois Pierce and prayer by Mill DIXIE DRUG Howard
joint meeting of three of the,Marjorie Moser. All-In-One-Salad folk Johnson
I circlet ot the Women' Society ot Use Institute-approved
I Other number measurIng
}, Christian Service of the Home. on the programwere Phone* It and lilt
[ a vocal solo by Miss Mary cup and apoons. Measure
I stead Methodist Church wa held
in the Sunday School room I Ellen Dearlng, a piano solo by I i level.1 head lettuce Your big opportunity to tare on Vacation needs I* acre.'With .
day afternoon. Miss Grace English, a violin solo Rtxall guaranteed high quality item at price that are amazingly
1 No. 2 beans
can string drained
Mrs. Sam J. Davis had Tues.1 by Roy Nelson and a special song low you'll be able to have a healthier, happier vacation-and yet
t of taken by the young people' choir. The 3 tomatoes save precious dollar Hurry while the best bargain last!
a study course
offering, which wa taken by S c. diced cooked potatoes
o book, "Our Times". Billy Brown and Yates E.ker" 1 8 oz. can salmon, flaked

.k Punch and cookies were served I will be added to the student loan 1 peeled purple onion, sliced 'I
by the committee In charge, Mrs.Geo. .
3 shelled hard-cooked sliced
fund of the Methodist Church egg, "
rfanmm Mr. E. S. ' *
r.; Caplmger H! mustard pickle "
from which moderate loan are
and Mina Helen Livingston. 1 peeled garlic bud, finely minced
,made to students In the denoml.nation'
Present were Mrs. S. r. Mat. school, % cup of salad oil '

thaws, Mrs. Vivant Booth, MI'2o '4 tsp. granulated sugar GEHTS TALCUM -, __
Mollie Wlngate. Mr*. J. A. MC.j I y. c. vinegars _
I. Neill, Mrr., A. S. Moye Mrs. tsp. salt AND 1-bOoU SHAVING LOTION

I' Ballard. Mrs H. L. Brown, Mr*. Ri.*.Br Bitaaahvtst Few grain pepper ,
I: Selma Ritz! ?4ra. B. M. Hlndman Break up the thoroughly washed Vie this luxurious "follow. BOTH
J' Mr Dan William II.IrI. J. D. thru" after a luxury Ih ve. FOR
I' Redd. Mo Casper William, Mrs.' A Dime Out of Cooling, refreshing.

t. Davis.Mn. Hanson, Mr Cnpllngr -! Every Dollar la 39 C1adf
;;: and Ml-s Lllngston.I I SEE
1. U.$.War Bonds -"
Mrs. Arvilla Booth


Leader-Enterprise ___, 1942I Corselry

Homestead Ha.

Dear Editor I
to =
3.50 13.95 AND INSECT

Enclosed is $..._.. to apply on my sub. I P CREAM RELENT

scription. Please send ,me a receipt showing 0T '
Relieve the diMemfort ef prickly'
t 'date to which this extends my subscription at 31 N. w 4th Street I heat, heat rsh etc. with Rexall FOR
., Prickly Heat Powder. It oothea
$$1.00, year. : Homestead, Fla., and coot*. Rexall Insect Repellent
II j Cream lessens the annoyance of
mosquitoes. Die and other
insects. 7mag ev m
Name _..... J I .

Mail Address Leonard ,VT. Ba"CLASSES
,. ____ ta *M ___ Try Our Home Made
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Friday, July 24, 1942 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Page Sevetf

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':0. CURRENT 1 I Getting Better Results !!: CLASSIFIED ADS

c. COMMENT From Your Vacuum Cleaner ; .1

K .r'w I' RATE! First Insertion 104 a line; subsequent insertion

<' r' .t...t.._t BY Kcrthvfne Fisher e ....... 1 I' ke1lM

(Continued from Pixie Four -411 D"H, Goof Hosielnpog "",.,; ilrttrt'! I II::110I -

then break It yourself. It is 0.1 j I,I FOR 'RENTTWO LOANS

charged that the dimming of east If yea are not satisfied with the Job your vacuum cleaner does -
rug and carpet. perhaps you may need a new cleaner. On the other small house fur. BUILDING
lights in office buildings, asked by hand, you may not be using your cleaner correctly M that It can do iu
nlihed. A. Ennis N. Ave. I KESTRICTIOV9
the war department, has been work well. The Ant rule In using your vacuum cleaner ti to make sure W.
violated by its occupants of a big that the floor nossle la adjusted to the thickness of each rat or carpeton and 2nd St. (pjy24) Government Building Order will
which It li used. This li a must If you want your cleaner to do tu beat permit the following:
office building in Miami. Also work on run and carpets of different thicknesses. Some cleaners have", 50-ACRE TRACT-cleared; ready COMMERCIAL
that the order to reduce auto nozzles that do not need adjusting. Find out whether nossle i>< your to grow anything. Just off In. BUSINESS or
speed to 30 m.p.h. is steadily vio- cleaner does need adjusting and how It should be dona. BUILDINGS costing 15,000 or
I cleaner has motor-driven brush, the graham highway, east of Goulds J....
If a !
lated by army trucks. I saw one your L
second rule li to keep the brush In food working oroer.Brush Mr Llchtenberf, Congress BId,., FARM BUILDINGS, co.U"llOOO
loaded with men in uniform, traveling with When wore they Miami. '
..I' ** will wear out use less
north on I Monday night I should be adjusted or replaced. i I II or

that was certainly exceeding: that I t'I EMPTY DUST BAGS FREQUENTLY. Year I j FURNISHED house for rent. Set RESIDENTIAL--Additions or new

limit by not for from ten mile cleaner will also be better able to do lu work If you I L. 0. Hall at Berger residence, construction costing less than

a a will empty the duet bat each time you ass the clener. 10th and Krome. JyStf) 500.
( This la a disagreeable talk, but If the bar ti emptiedon I REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE of
Things Grandpa didn't know:I damp newspaper It really Unt ao bad. Wear your I PARTLY furnished house In Florida I all types of building Is encouraged -
The advertisement of the American '. '\ household lows and shake the dirt down toward the by Government and no
Air Transport association .'' opening. Then hold the bat close to the damp newi.DMDer City; running hot and cold ,
names 20 member lines and and shake the dust out ...ntl,. And here'l a water; fruit trees; nice yard. price limit la placed on cost: of

there are three Canadian say: "TH"'N'' "IM'I caution note: Don't dump loose dust directly Into your Apply Homestead Leader, Phone work done. The design though
ones. I Director of furnace or Incinerator. LOOM dust mixed with air 2. (24tf) I should not be changed by repair.
e a dew Housekeeping sometimes forms an explosive mixture which may ABC LOANS are still available for

A Carolina paper has I story laMifina explode on contact with Aame. Disposable paper bar SMALL furnished house, close in. the above type of! Improve-

about "One Day In ;.ave." Wa I cleaner bare grow old.lining dust are may available escape In from cleaners them of When some this makes.happens When, Mrs. May King, 111 N. W. 6th! menta, to be repaid monthly

/ that all you could stand of it? it la better not to attempt repairing the fabric. Buy a new bae.I St., Homestead. (poJnll1)FOR payment of: .
..:.. Maybe that was one. too many I 100 for 12 mo. 9 t 8.77
e e DAILY USE IS GOOD. How long should a cleaner be ran over a ",,T SALE 280 for 12 mo 0 17.54
I That depends upon the regularity with which rut are cleaned the
Donald M. Nelson, chief ol amount of traffic they get the kind of soil In the rugs and the kind of ru,. 1.000 for 3< mo. 9 31."
war production, told Detroit auto The Important thing about cleaning rugs and carpets la to get the dirt PAPAYAS for sale. Also small 2,500 for 80 mo. 0 GUt
builders that the major task ahead before It has a chance to settle far down Into the pile where It la moat loquat and mango trees. Mrs. Ne Dews Payment

:was building up a synthetic rubber difficult to ren-ove and may eventually do damage A good rule I* to use N. 0. Ball, 13 N. E. 8th Ne Red Tape
industry and said, "We know your cleaner dally In room where traffic la heavy t St.my tf) Come in and see us for additional

exactly: where we are going, Even twenty minute spent In cleaning' a I by 12 rug win probably Information or Phone 62, Homestead
leave some dirt In the ruf. So dont be disturbed If a vacuum-cleaner
plants are under way and I believe 24-INCH disc saw latest type removable j
demonstrator gets dirt out of your rug Immediately after It baa been -
we are going to produce cleaned with your cleaner. If your cleaner I* a good one and la working teeth, with mandrill, Brooker Lumber Co.
rubber." properly It would get thin extra dirt, too If you emptied the bag and $35. Bauer dr and County Club
e started all over again. ;
rd. Phone 245-W. (pjy3-10)
Labor has been getting the long NO HARM TO RUGS. Forget the bugaboo that a good cleaner willwear LOST

end of the string. Beginning with out or Injure rugs or carpet It It well established that one of the) FLOW, 2 Cole planters, sprayer,
1828 as the 100 cent chief reason rug wear out before their time I* the dirt that I* allowedto Chas. J.
per basis agraph other tools. Fay, now
accumulate In them. Gritty dirt, ground under the heels can shorten [ BELT to navy dotted swiss dress
of employment and payroll the life of the best rug Reduce the dirt accumulation by regular use of at 110 Fifth street Jy31) j with black and grey buckle

comparisons shows their relative I i your cleaner, and you will be helping to prolong the life of your rag*. I" Mrs. T. C. Seifert, 27 N. W. 4USt
Increases to be 192.8 per cent for I ABOVE-THE-FLOOR CLEANING. Moat vacuum-cleaner manufae. 3-ACRE lime grove, 2 miles from I (y24)

payrolls and 137 per cent for em: turen supply attachment for their cleaners for dueling and cleaning bank bId I. Can be bought re*. I _
ployment. The figures are based I'I' furniture, woodwork draperies radiator, clothing, and the tike. Ask to sonable. Mr. M. A. Berger, N. I LOST in Florida City-Light-col-:
on federal department of labor 1 J i I have the attachment demonstrated for you and be sure you try them 1 Krome ave end 10th tt, ored male Persian cat. Wa wear.
statistics.: yourself. Some may seem more useful to you than other Ton may not stead. i log collar with bells. For reward
I I need them all.Convenient Home-1.
e e return to Dr. G. O. Brewster or
Did you know that Dade County for above-tbe.floor cleaning are the email hand.type NOTICE t-Miitu Mrs. Newt Ball. (pjy17)
cleaner* we've tested and light enough to be carried IAMB LAW
bal about 800 lawyers, and that I : g.'Hv'd.r'er.: TO WROIII IT MAY CONCERNNot" t
about and need with one n are particularly useful I .. .. .
to .Nb, rim that Uw or.tiod
a grandson of Woodrow Wilson furniture. Attachments for other above-tbo
for cleaning upholstered purauaDt la Uw FMHIoua. HairSutuu1. I WANTED
(Woodrow Wilson Sayre) Is I soldier floor cleaning job com with some cleaners of this type. HUVM Rill N.. IITS Chapter N..
SeaS". Laws of Florid. 141, will ntltUtwith
.Miami. Beach. ? Also effective", for above-the-floor cleaning the small-slie tanktypeor I the' Clerk. af Circuit Court. la and TUTORING WANTED high
e :i cylinder cleaner we have approved for this kind of work. However, we for Dada County florlda. upon M.l|>t at school and grade school subject
do not have on approved list of the tank-type or cylinder cleaner .proof of tli. piibHralloa of this Both*. th.rirtttloo. .
our any
The effect of our mental state' 1 ...... to-.lt I A B. C. NKWSAtF.NCY. Mrs. H. J. Armstrong A. B,
that are also sold for rut and carpet cleaning. We have as yet found i infer wklrk wa ara ....,...
the : 0:0
08 physical body is explainedin I I that Plummer drive and Country
any tank-type cleaner meet our requirements removing dirt In business .1 number Ml N. K: First
I news story by Dr Cannon,I from rugs and carpets. We feel that rug and carpet cleaning la a vacuumcleaner's Avenue I. Uw City of Miami Fiorina. Club road.DR.M.A.BERGEll.
of Harvard University who says moat Important function. There I* no other way we know of for That.. UM writes latamu1.. follow III sad. ...!
that even death may result from a woman herself to keep her rugs and carpets clean' and ,lessen the I s. aatarprlat, It.N H PADGFTT
accumulation of destructive gritty dirt, except by using a cleaner that CHARLES K. TI OIll"1\
extreme fear. His advice, boiled I I ha efficiency for this kind of work. I I DAVE RYFK
down means this: maintain your,;1 FAIL GREEN

mental equilibrium.-your poise;1 Dated >t Miami JACK, Uada FREELANCER.County: t....tda. DentistFirst
act well your part and let come! i ii July Mh. 1949.July .
Chemists Are Again Seeking Method ( 11, .'. II. Au.. T. 1941)
what will; it will not be as bad I National Bonk
a. you imagine. I Ie I NOTICE or APPLICATION
e | Of Making Rubber From Cryptostegia FOR TAX DUll
Chapter 1T4ST Aria of 1811 Building
for taxation purposes the state's 1 I File A-IIM

four principal railway are valued I i I Jacksonville, July 16-Rubber, 41 I Burnh.m.NOTICE hnlorr 18 HLREBY of Dial GIVEN and County Out rJt Tax.e 1 Office Hours 8:30: ( .-4:30'

at 89V million dollars as follows: seeking chemists again are pinch- CVrllfirataa No. little and 11014 'Weed '
,i Your.Spina tha Ird dan uf Junes A. D 3940. ku filed Opts) Eventual by oI\"ID&I1I11&
Florida East Lint 20 millions i ling the thin sterna of a plant (or MM ,III air ....... and hia made .ppllra- [
Atlantic Coast 34; Seaboard' ,Mine for tai deed to k. based llwnon NOTICE: or APrilCATION
Vine! ) which claims Florida ss its Said Copt""' ... .m>_ Uw followingdMcrlbtd FOR TAX IUEI
30;A Louisville .& Nashville, Stt. i ._... In the County of Linda, Chapter 1HS1-.Art. ,.f IOUNOTICE
These figures are an Increase of ,native borne, according to the research Bat., of Florida, U-H IS MFKEHY GIVEN that L
I 1 Lou I and Klurk II. Amended '.....11. aU<* of tutu and. County Ton
18 million dollars above last )'ear'I'.nd division of the Florida Plat of W-wnd Park a Ink. flat CortI/I.... No. Hull INI Um Hh aw
24 million higher than the and. Book S. Pas 141 In the County of of Juiw A. D. I.... .... filed. aama !I. ".,
State Chamber of Commerce. The I Dad*. Slat of Florida, a. embraced. ,In office, ana hat ..... application for a tax
estimates submitted by the railra ,name of the plant is cryptostegia, Ortlflr.l. No. I ____ ways themselves. .. sold property under the wM. Orllflr.t. rala _hN... the laU..lwo l 4nrrlbr4pnwtjr
_J"< :commonly called purple alleman- k Your I Iath . '\to.... wu In UM aaaw ., In the Coaxtir W Ife4a, state aflorUa
I da. There are two species of Pa..iual 1)1 Antonia f to-will
] Lou I and e. Block T Dur.... All W. 4.. M ft, of ). ,...... ft. o*
The bead of the leading Ice con. ,I cryptostegta and from the two H>u>hu, a Sub.. Plat Bonk it. P... I.In RWH at NWl, of SKH "Irln N. K.
cern In Miami states that thereI there has been developed a hybrid.It ( 1 the Coantr of D.d.. HUM of rt.rlda of Co. Rd., SM I* Twp ". Rann
I M embraced In Certificate No. ...t _
are more than 18,000 homes In, was said in Washington last ISUK. Th. _.....t of Mid property The aaaM.rn.al of sold praDvrtjr unnVeh.
Miami thatare, supplied Ice from week that H. G. Knight of the U. under the Mid <..UII.... banned waa . laW nrtirioiu was In tilt uaM atMr.
.. ..
In Uw some af VnknowaUalna lulllh All
local factories. I I S. Department of Agriculture's I, Mid. COnll"-.... Mall be rd*...adaomrdina' Unions said rtlflrala Mall W ,.a..ni.aeMinltn .<
e e e j bureau of chemistry and engineering SEE TO THE SPINE to law, the Property dnrrlbth .... to law, the .."...., 4tarrlhr4hmln
I ', ..... will k. .old M the hlihMt. hi.*..rat will ... sold la, UM hlilint. bidder
When Henry M. Flagler began ] claimed that he would solve and your health will take care of the Court How duo on la. first. Mnn.dar .t ha Court Nation anor .. the Ink Mmw +
his rubber situation! la Uw nwatk of .p........ 1S4Hwkk dar 4. the month at SVatamaM'. IMS.whkh .
extending railroad southward the shortage
Itself. That la the lesson that to the 7th day of >almbrr. 114*. b the. tth day of .._...,. 1....
and out to tea, he established within the next four months Chiropractic teaches. Almost all thud this Iltlt day of ''lA1r"JRlAN.: Gated this I2ad hr, of July Ines.

municipalities Miami among'through the use of cryptoitegla.The bodily ailments are traceable to I L Clerk R. CINUIl: Court K.Clerk L rf ICATHKHMAN.Clriult Lowit,

them, with such public utilities aigu : department, according to maladjusted vertebrae. .Correct Dodo c.u.... Plwwalrl U.de Cwnb FIarioIa

works, ice plants, electrlqt,Harold Colee, executive: vice these"maladjuitments and nature ee1 Caret li7'M. C. STERRCTT. D. O C..lt Court .Hp..1 N. C. RTERREIT D. Q
service and In some cases newspapers 1 president of the state chamber permits vital organs to function !I !rlul 17. 24. II. Au>. t. It4>!;! flub 14 II. A.*. f, 14. IMI-

one such being the St {made a study of this Florida plantas normally. The soundness oft this t

Augustine! Record; but the "in- far back as 1934. He said thata theory; hat been proved over and

teresU" sold it last week to a corporation ;, Laurel, Florida; nurseryman; had ever. Learn for yourself.HOCKS The World'i News Seen Through ,1
made largely of staff been experimenting with the plant
... | ,
members. I for the past year, and that the THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR
Vie I|University of Florida's experimental ':U" U; I teEvenings "< An InlirintMHtt ZXu/y Newspaper I

The Highland County Ttewij: stations bad plantings in by Appointment fa Trnhful.-Con.tructiee-Unbiaw4-Fne from __..|.

strike a happy note In Its editorial Dade County and id the Ever aw Eat wwle Are Timely; and ItWrU< .., and Id OairfFearuras )

fin hysterical patriotism-those''glades. Dr. R. J. .ElliottCftUtOrKACTOK r.p..ith the Weakly tot.auSenIaeo Make !'i

who think the'C only way you can I\ State' chamber researchers say ., the.Maculae-u.Ideal Newspaper. .itw.lloi'--_.._(? t
trtlinifes'your'.pitJiotisnr.' tt by that the cryptosteglas: yield from The Christian Science Publishing Society ,

beating:. the. tomtom, flag-tutvlng I three: to ten per cent of latex but MeCretr AreaAe One Norway Street, Bastes, Mwa.huaru)

and,yelling yourself hoarse. To that owing to their thin stems nests 241WHOMESTEAD. Pricall200Y.arlr.cf IIOOaMomk.
this the American Eagle adds a chemists bad not found a profitable SarurJar Issue, Indiuiinf MaaauM Section, f L<0 a Yo ..
warning against these Un horn way to extract the latex. The I FLORIDA Introductory Offer, t lawae X) I Csma

patriot and says: "True patriotism 'plant has long been known as a Name.

is I deep-seated conviction rubber-bearer and grows where l a AD TR__ Add.-
that does not find expression In there Is no frost. Florida technologists
blatant bdasting and a fanfare of are keeping a close eye : .
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tin barns" I on developments. .

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Pare Eight HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Frifcy, July, 24 1942

CONDUCTS REVIVAL 'ones art ,on;. True that most of sions gathered in conversations

I these cart carry two to five work. ''with soldiers, sailors, merchant

RURAL CARSHARING CLUB i I''en. However, a bus line established 'marine seamen and civilians, h*
to operate between IV predicted this country would feel

I Miami arcs from which: most of the effects of war much more by
County Agent' Office Homestead Fla.
the workers come, and the blimp the end of the year. He saw more

base, was forced to suspend operations and older men in uniform in Can
Pfeate IM sne and tar isi the Rural Dad Car-ghartx Cleh.la .
because of lack of patronage, ada and was told 10 per cent of
order that I may de say part ta larartiur e. adequate supplyf
gaaollM Md rubber for the residents ef agricultural South When we let this lack of Interest the young men were overseas.
Dad County who have only their private can &e depend co in the conservation of rub- Ship captain who had retired are
for "..,per1aUo.. berwhen we tee workers drivingto being called back into service and

and from this bate with total coastwise steamers operating In
the Bay of Fundy are armed.
Name .............................................................................. disregard for rubber, when we tee
trucks operated on this project From his conversation wltH a

with gross overload and at destructive former member of the French

1 Mail Address......................................Phone................ speeds, we cannot help chamber Of deputies, who escaped
but feel that there It much lacking to Canada just before the Germans .
sleet streetI entered France, he said he ,
10" I In the seriousness with which those

live on_...'"r........ drive "near........................-...1.. who are in charge of such operations believes that although the Frenchare
view this whole situation crushed, they are not conquered .

A. ALI Furthermore, every tune a truck and will rise again.

com late Homestead at r. M. *.: QStux D Moo.nite wean out or blows out a tire due

*. nWe*. 0 Tb..... 0 hL D.L..* leave at to improper care and handling, the SALVAGEContinued
supply of tin available for civilIan .

A. M. :THE REV. MARVIN COOPER use is reduced thereby.
r M. the same day'I)
'The' Redland District Lions ( front PC One)

I g* t* Miami at oat Q8.n. D M... 0 'I'aea.OWed. evangelist of Arlington, Va, who Club members feel that the rationing tlon of scrap metal," h. pointed

0 TbUL 0 PrL 0 Sa& and return at r. M. Ia conducting revival services at I boards, through proper investigation out, "and we do not want any
1:15 I every night except Saturdayat
ee the same days). A. M.lil the Homestead NazareneChurch. are in a position to salvageable farm or grove machinery .
go a long way toward the correction going out as scrap Iron.
of this deplorable condition "Some time In the near future,

t We also feel that our state road the vocational agriculture depart
patrol and ment of the local schools will cmA. >
county patrol have sufficient -, -
Flowers Get Hungry I BUS LINE legal authority to control duct a court In the repairing of
11 l the speed and overload abuse that I farm machinery 10 that farmers

(Continued from Page One) la being carried on so flagrantly I can help the metal conservation

hat denial and sacrifice, in 'i /These things which we respectfully program by being able to us* their
( old equipment In cases -
I country such as ours, should be; bring to your attention arethe many 1
where, tn normal times, they
shared equally. I things we tee in our Immediate -
r I, 'area. Multiply them by the would replace it with new ma
"Whether w* are the citizen "
I(:number of defense jobs in progress chinery.
carrying on in our civilian task
f throughout the nation and On the commute with Mr.
whether we are the citizen clrr'.1 there Is presented I picture of Wakefleld are: M. A. Baker, David
log on in defense
Barret Ben Archer, Adrian Jacobs -
I' waste we can ill afford We recognize
whether w* art a citizen in the '
the need for speed in the i and C. H. Stetfanl. Other _
armed service of the nation, we
completion of these appointments may be announced t
project andIt
i should and must each be equally .
!{conscious of the urgent need of is not this speed which w* :later, Mr. Waketield! tald t'j
criticize. Rather it It the
conserving the vital materials of
of the privileged right to obtain .
which we have all become aware. I

. f I Beautiful gerdat ounot fc* obtained and maintained without proper W* should and must, all and :engaged vital materials In work on the these part of those I AaaoiacemeBlDR.R.S.SPICKARH
on project:
[ tWuf tl the ,1_ equally, t>* forced to : "
which we resent and criticize.

.A little attention paid to the proper ants In I V2-2 ratio. Such analyses rubber."We, the conltT\1! Service clubs are essential dur.I, andDR.C.C.RAY ,,
:tertiluatwa of flowers, shrubs, and at 5-10-10. 4-8-8, 4-8-7, and. umiUr &- average log war times and help to keep I .
other' ornamentals will frequently grades fall In this data. In conserve the rubber w* .
many up civilian morale the Rev M. E.Uyer .
girt satisfaction in better and we art told w* can obtain no I
great tobacco fertilizer
sections," a potato or pastor of the Silver Palm,I
more. We are told further that art BOW associated wMk'
more lasting planting Many, flowers makes a good flower' feruluer.' la Princeton and Perrlne Methodist
are rapidly growing plants and the analyses, the first figure refers to even that which w* have may be
churches fold the Llona.ClubIn
therefore must be assured of a plenti- the percentage content by weight ol takn from us to meet the needs DR.R.SAKERSDENTIST:
.lid supply of plant food to take cart nitrogen,the second to the phosphoric of those engaged directly in the an Informal talk Tuesday nlbLTh.
of their steeds during the Intense acid, and the third figure to the war effort. Yet in spite of this : worth-while activities which' ; '

proving period. potash, the analyses always being dire shortage we are treated to such clubs carry out in peace 1
The application of a nitrogen fen given in the same order.' la buying the time are needed now just M
spectacle of a needless use, Office Bonn: 5 a. ... te I p..an
ftllmr will produce a rapid and lush fertilizer, more attention should be md reckless use, of rubber by''much at if not more than before,I .
''growth. The me of thia fertilizer' onnew paid to the analysis than to the brand those for whom we are told we 1 be said. Ban": I to II

beds frequently gives good results name, since It is the content not the may have to give up our tires."Specifically Lion George H Cooper of Closed Saturday ,
for a year or two. Then the 'name that does the work. the Princeton told Of his experiencesand I
plantings do not do so well, to the Fertilizer' should be used during : on Richmond I Impressions gained a recent .
blimp base project we Bee daily on 1m N. \f. Ism ST. MIAMI
disappointment of the gardener. the spring' and summer. When makIng trip to Nova Scotia and the
What he dots not realut It the drain new beds, It should be evenly the workers engaged there goingto maritime of Canada. PHONE: i-tisi
on the phosphate and especially the spread after' spading but before and from work in private' automobiles provinces
I(potash I in the soil: made by the plants, working down the soil. In old beds at speeds both reckless From information and Impres

snot of which art removed each year the fertilizer should be spread before and wasteful. They apparently]

at truh or pruni..... A number of working them up, so as to mix are not, because they are eligiblefor
growers UM bone meal, which takes the fertilizer! well with the soil, and new tires when their present I

cart of the phosphate but potash is prevent burning the seed or roots of .... I EDWARD STILING t
5 often very much the neglected child the plants, A good rate of application -
In the fertilizer family. it 3 or 4 pounds per 100 square
With the tendency to CM large feet
amounts of nitrogen to get large On plantings cf rotes and other \ REALTOR

growth, the use of potash is particularly perennials, the fertilizer' should be HOTELPATRICIA
Important. These two plant spread around the plants several times Real Estate General Insurance
foods eomplr nest each other', and during the season at about half a :
i sch duet best when used in proper handful to the plant. Care should
ratio with the other. The potash balancet be taken that very little or none of NOTARY PUBLIC -

the rapid-growth.producing the fertilizer' comet in direct contact Cor. Palm Are. and Ave. B Florida City Fla
qualities of the nitrogen, and gives with the plant. The plants should 312 S. E. 2nd Ave. ,
the plant strength vigor, and the be dry when the material spread, PHONES J01-J .AND 541-M
ability to resist diseases and unfavorable .. and it la a good practice to water' MIAMI
r weather conditions. well after' applying the fertiliier.'
A flower growing on a rich bed Complete fertilizer should not be
often starts off with a fine growth applied after' Labor Day. In order'
Overlooking bay and river.
makes a big plant. then bends over to harden perennials and make them For Complete Home Furnishings
and product a disappointing, small, go through the winter in better'shape, Two block free Flagler
s { and dull bloom. Row winter-lull k is a good practice to apply one Street.
and suffer' from black spot in tht or two applications of a fertilizer

summer. Bulb plantings do poorly such as 0-10-10, or 0-14-14 during the .Quiet, ..... eeeafertaM SeeSmithGraves -
after the trst year. The cane ill
many cases it unbalanced fertalua fall.Questions relative to what cat be Refined atmosphere.SPECIAL .
Hon. dons about mrgiuni plantings taming -
The proper fertilizer tome varies brows are clam asked. This
with dot planting and the toiL la browning usually it due to a nut or. RATESTO FraratareJCo. : .-
most casts, a complete ieniliatriWdbtMfd. gamin! *, and ao far ne effective direct
. This it one cooUuK. remedy hat bean found. The bat
fug Bitratien- phosphoric acid, and thing to do M to fertilise as suggested SOUTH DADERS Homestead Phone 248-1
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