Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00558
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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: September 4, 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: VID00558
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
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i tf ierlda'a U, Hol\ r jsmAD LEADER h'J


Vol.31No.36Homestead___ Florida. Friday, September 4, 1942 ,

: Fair Parities for Limes, Avocados i !


10 Believed Successfully Presented ;

i Major Gen. George Inspects $4 ON TREE FOR PERSIANS I.

Newly- Installed P AAF Base ANDS 1'76' A TON FOR PEARS, f, .

Strikers for $18 a Day Irk Pat CannonAs SEEN AS PROBABLE CEILINGSTHE ..1.1I

Men Face Death at $50 a MonthWith j,

men in the armed service.- Congressman Pat Cannon told WEATHER I I A parity price;;$173 to $4 n

HOMESTEADCOMPLETED of the United States going through Homestead Rotarian at their box on the tree for limes and a
I Official weather! report of comparable price of $17 a ton, h hor
hell in the Solomon Island on $50 meeting Wednesday noon In Legion -
Subtropical Experiment $4 bushel for avocado In
I month, the spectacle of warworkers halL UI'I
Homestead, Florida. I
at home linking because Criticism of the administrationand under consideration by the U. S.

their pay of $18 a day ft not congress, when constructivedoes Dele a..I|MM I ".. t Department! of Agriculture as rt'
I raised to 118 a day presents a good and Is invited, Mr. Can- Aug. 27 80 I 70 120 til 0.78(I result cf hearings held! in St. Louts
situation that need correcting non sold. Destructive criticism Aug. 28. .f 92 ,170 I |2992| 0.05:,to determine parity and ceiling
however, only play into the hands Auf 29Aug 118 ;,,29.98 trace'price for agricultural products.
Major general Harold F.George, of the enemy. History will show 80. 80 I ;129.9710.08) !1 I This report was brought back to
commanding general of the U. SArmy's .' SCHOOLS STARTREGISTRATION that the biggest tasks ever attempted Aug. SI 90 I 129931 081'the: Redland District this week by
air transport ''command are now being accomplished Sept. 1, 91 I I (I ((29.9S| { John It Msther and Carl Plowa
Inspected the flight training facilities la the United States, he Sept. I. 92 | U |1211,151| 140,,ty, who appeared at the hearingon
of Pan American Air Ferries IIld,'tand in Such a gigantic effort, I behalf of the district's five
at the South Dade County It I* natural that mistake will be 'I principal packers and shippers of
'airport Saturday and had lunch NEXT THURSDAYRegistration made. "NO COMMENT" IS! Persian limes! and avocados: South
eon at Camp South Dade aa the President Roosevelt 1* the biggest Flor'da: Fruit Grower, Brooks,

guns( of,.John Steele, operations manthe world has ever pro- NAVY'S COMMENT Inc., Parman-Lehman Packing
manager ,,>iu t. for the194243 duced, la Cannon' opinion. He Co.. Florida Lime and Avocado
= '"Gen, ead Patio Growers -and Harold Kendall
.George bit wen
< has a grasp of world problems! that
school begins next Thursday
'S. flown from Miami la two plane While It year win last through Friday make him the natural leader In ABOUT'TIPEINE The Florida Citrus Commission
piloted by C. H. Huffman and and a time of emergency like the pres presented a brief for Persian lime
teachers al
Henry Kent, respectively supervisor pupil principal! who can to register request on ent. He can't get action as quickly I Industry, with parity price:
and assistant supervisor of that I a* Hitler can, because Hitler Report of a "break la the water worked out on the basis of re
teacher will
flight training for PAAF. OthersJn Thursday so can always "liquidate" his opposition main of the Florida Keys I r ever the period from 1914
have as much at Friday as possibleto aque-I Ito
the party and attending the their rolls.Classes but If Hitler had preservedsome dust at Afoser\ Channel! June IS, 1942. The commissionbrief
luncheon were: arrange checks and balances on his .lutvequent repairing, published; expressed the opinion that ,
will the
W. O. Snyder: of Miami, division begin following action, his country might not be In an afternoon paper yesterday no ceiling should be put on lima
Monday morning, Sept. 14. 1
manager of Pan American Airways In the morass of slaughter its helpless under a Key West date line, was 1 as the Persian lime Industry ,Is
of Dade
parent corporation ,ot Pan schools Principals will attend all a meeting County In people find it In now, said I not authorized by navy official,still in It* Infancy, Mr PJowsty

American Air Ferries; Capt Hamilton Miami Tuesday, and on. Wednes.day Cannon. 'I of the Seventh Naval District, It reported. r
Heard of Washington, ferryIng ; each principal will hold a America' job after the war will was learned last night ,. I Mr. Mothers spoke before the
division, air transport command be to feed the population of the The dispatch read: hearing OB Aug. :24 The comparable
with the his
meeting faculty of
U. S. Army; ; Frank Hankins, school denuded countries in Europe and "The men! were handicapped by: price of avocado In 1924 was
assistant operation manager for Several vacancies have U the Pacific, the congressman the flow of water from the tanksat $720 a ton, and for the period of
PAAF. Gilbert Kerlin, operation be filled Id the teaching staff yet of pointed out, and this Job together Florida City. Two gusher developed 1124.20, $534 a ton, whereas for

'assistant, PAAF;. Russell Secrest" the Homestead and Florida City with the economic"planning that., on Marathon, sending up the past three season It was only
general superintendent In chargeof schools. No successor have keen (Continued on Page. Eight) an 18-Inch stream tour.to six feet $109 ton, according to statistics
gaining maintenance. high." presented. He argued for no calling -
selected for Mr* L. L. Hood,
Peneral George's Inspection. Visit Homestead elementary grades; Warn. Against SatoTo'"Bargain i When Questioned last night public but pinned down by point
relation officers of the 'blank
folKwed by I week removal of Mia i' Vera Fletcher, senior high navy question admitted that he
Pan American Air Ferries trainIng English; Mr*. E. B. Blackburn, Hunters,1 Iin I Miami and Key West laid it though I comparable price of
had not been authorized by the $n. ton would net fair
headquarter from Miami to Homestead elementary; C. Hagler ;I I a I
the airport near Homestead. While Rice, manual training; and Railcy Warning that peddlers and fruit navy. Other than that their comment rtturn to the grower. He called:
some operation had been carried Mace), junior high subjects. dealers from Miami I are abroad In was, "No comment. attention to Cuban competition,
at In local engineering circles: ,|'hurricanes, freezes and other vl-
on this field for the past several Mr. Macey, was called back to the district misrepresenting.market
(Continued on Page Eight) (Continued Page Eight)
Jnonths, training headquartersand the army In which he held I commission prices 'on avocados In'order to on
planes were based at the as a reserve lieutenant pick up bargain lots, local packinghouses :

Miami municipal airport Thatairport I Mr. Rice Is leaving for war work this week pointed out thut, Florida Defense Council Acts to Make t
has been token over by after many years spent.la developing no.one should accept.$150 a box
the navy: however, and from now I I nationally recognized student I for avocado when they have been Chandler Crop Labor Plan StateWideProspect f I
on all training operation of PAM !
'handicraft In native bringing grower J3.to $4 ,on the I
win center around- the,Homesteadfield. any and.other,tropical mahol.1 I tree through

Hood and Mr*. Blackburn ping ,channel of state-wide action in tide County men will tell of the
In anticipation of requirement:I leave of absence.: Mill I "The relUlar"Jocar'lhlP-j the direction of obtaining Bahaman labor survey a* a prerequisite to !
for 'the'tralnln, operation, a Fletcher left before the year WII.I' the'market labor to make up any shortage having the U. S employment '

(Continued on Page Eight), out last term. _to, get...married., self out of a ; in domestic labor for Florida' Service find the labor In this
also makes it possible for cheap farm and groves this wlnlej, was- cenntry or in event this falls, to t'
avocados to get on the market and indicated yesterday In the actionof II permit the temporary Importation .
State Leases Offices Here to Direct! wreck: prices for the Industry In the state defense council In of Bahamana, under bond, to plant
I general" Hid one shipper. calling e meeting for this mornIng and harvest the oat time crops at
Turning F.E.C. Roadbed Into Highway In Lakeland to which have I Florida.Mr. .

Bros.'Men'Sign been, summoned L. S. Rickard, Chandler who returned only!
Cleary state director of the U. S. :I few days ago from Washington
The state road department Tuesday Construction would begin it For $$00 Bonds:,a Month ment Service, and EmPIO.1!where he 'atttndtd I meeting of

j eised the show room of the Florida City and extend ;across Chandler of Goulds and ,the fruit and vegetable advisory
Cb.S.. Jewfish Creek Cleary I Preston B. d.xlocal chairman of Miami, leaden In the Bahaman ;committee the War Production
Preston B. Bird Motor
Bros has a C"-d' well of war bonds and :war nvingsrtsrnps labor movement. Beard, to which he was recently
Krome avenue,' a* headquarter under way to replace the: railroad sales tot.thejDade County Other called to the meeting are appointed, said yesterday that the

offices,for,work of reconstructingthe draw, thence along fill and grade Defense Council,said Wednesday H. G. Clayton state chairman of WPB would work lit fun cooperation
Oversea Highway by converting of the railroad to the present toll that by next;payday Clear) Bros. the U.: S. D. A. War Board,.Tom I with the war'manpower com
the old roadbed of the abandoned bridge district For all narrow onstruction Co.. air base contractors Swan, rhalrman, and Fred Davis,j, fAisatoa on the farm labor prob-
r fF. E. C. railroad Into a road remaining la, the district would have 80 employees member, of the Florida Citrus: ,kiM:
modern highway. there would be substituted the signed up for a total of $500 Commission.I ( The war production board will
Leasing of the office space 1* highway made out of the railroad monthly under the It per cent Chandler and Co left last flight welcome the submission of Idea
taken to Indicate that work win embankment. Corkscrew roads and alary allottment plan. for' Lakeland by plane. They will! as to how to solve problem! of

begin soon to keep pace with theprogress wooden badges at the southern Complete co-operation was received >e asked to report what : \ production, marketing and trans
being made by deary end of the highway would be M the task from V. R. done toward Insuring an adequate: portation of fruit and vegetable,"
Bros. Construction Co. In conversion eliminated by the 18 converted lorham, vice-president of Cleary supply of farm labor for the coming he eaid. ,
of the 19 remaining. viaduct railroad bridge and the widened Sros, Gene K. Bayllas; superintendent season and the meeting win, Suggestions may be sent either
and bridge of the old railroad to roadbed of the railroad on the and W. E. ,Wolcott, head attempt to work out a farm labor 1 direct to the WPB or to Ml
highway use. land portions. timekeeper, Mr. Bird Hid program for the whole Ita... The ChaIMlier.i .


Two HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, September, 4,1942 ..

Labor Day'Dance Saturday to Feature C. of C. Gets InquiriesFor :Turner Represents Schools on
r Coconut Shells:
Floor Show Staged by Lillian Conally I I Of Consolidated-County He j

-- There Is a demand for coconut !' of Homestead which thereby \\.11 be able to
A < "I nwo directed by Mrs Neighbor' choru will be Mm K: -both for their meat and their t Chas C Turner broaden the scope of .it. I tinny

L,, +< T .//I\' i,f Miami., who hasl' A Buchanan and Stinlev Witt husks according to Inquiries received !| represent the Dade County board 'and efficiency.
kop will sing "Sleepy Lagoon'Mr by Secretary Kit Carson of of public instruction on the con- I I'
,) ,. nnuiil cabaret for the Miami Is represented ull it: t directorate
Wittkop who is. generalchairman the Redland Dsrict'Chambgr of. solidated public health unit ol : of the l'UI11 Uteri
Ju \\ nutfa Club of Homes' Commerce.
of the dance, will play
Dade County, organization mee- I health unit by city manager, A.
-,] f"t ourul year, will fen- the piano oceompanimenti for the Coconut shells are wed In the I B. Curry; Miami Beach h\ City
tui itie I.;ibut Day donee to beaU floor show numbers. manufacture of gas masks, and Ing of which was held Wedne.day'afternoon Councilman Mitchell UnlNon .,J
ii S mrdjy night by the club I Seventy-five per cent of the net persons who can supply the husks in the Me All liter Hotel Coral Gables, by it* city manager; .:,
Turner if chairman
in th' Clumber of Commerce receipts from the refreshment In commercial quantity are l askedto at Miami. Mr 'the county Mntmlftiao.! b>' County
bu. i I.nu :, booth will be turned over by the contact the Fort Lauderdale I of the school board. Commlrsloner C. H. Ci mdon, the :
C: 'JILJ numbers will Include hit Junior Club to the Princeton First Chamber of Commerce Under the new' plan, the three smaller munlcipilit eh of the ;
I1UfflI.JCI 'ken from former cabA- Aid Station of which Mrs Eugene A buyer who uses about 120 major munlc polities of Greater I county, bv a director from South
re', Am PR thoM appearing la I Fontaine Is captain and Airs Ceo'n. bags of coconuts a year In making Miami share with the county commission Miami, closen by lot by tin ether
them mil be M.... T J. Walker. Fitzpatrick ii co-captain Mm fresh shredded coconut for the end the county achoii directors Two 1)h..I""n. aM are
Mrr. Bruce Ennli, Mr. John Fitzpatrick will be In charge of local market In his town can no board In the expense of the unit ; members of the board.

Barker Mi i Mildred Perrymnn, the booth. longer get his month to month Dr. T. E. Cato, rector of the
Mrs Stuart Hall and Mri. Ceo. H. I Reservations for the dance may supply from large commercial Need Help In MakingSurgical I present county health unit, will In
producers in Florida, because they
Fitzpatrick.The be made by telephoning Mrs Olin DressingsAn all probability be asked to act as
vocal soloist for the "III Wright whOle number is 203-W. have their output already con- temporary director pending selection -
tracted for. His address can be '
of a permanent director
obtained from the Redland District appeal for workers In the
I V-Mail Offers Speed and PrivacyFor Chamber of Commerce. Homestead Red Cross surgical
dressings rooms is made this week
of Men AbroadFloridians
Correspondents Local Pastor to SpeakAt chairman.by Mrs C. T. Harper, committee
District Conference, Workers are sorely needed she
who have been con- destination,
cerned about correspondence' Privacy, too," Panother, redeeming G-: : says The rooms are open each
] 9 o'clock till 5.
week day from
reaching men afloat or afield In I feature of "-maiJ. After being The Rev. H. Ricks, pastor -
the Pacific area can lighten their read by censors, it Is not tam- of Homestead Presbyterian They are also open Monday and HOTELPATRICIA
will be
worries considerably by taking pered with in any way until opened Church will be one of the Tuesday evenings and
advantage of the navy's latest Innovation by the addressee. ers at the annual district lpeak-I opened any other evenings desired
-V-mail. Nimltz ence of the Woman Church or neighborhood groups }
Admiral Chester W. ,
This new type mall, written on the Presbyterian church to be held that share transportation are most Z
commander-in-chief of the Pacific,
special forms which can be ob- fleet declared '" today in Northeast Presbyterian'I needed she said.
tained at any post office or substation : Church In Miami The district 312 S. E. 2nd Ave. ,
Ii photographed on 18-I, "Everyone should take advantage -. extends from West Palm Beach to to attend are Mrs. Vane Harris,
millimeter microfilm spool, of the opportunity offered by Key West and Includes 13 I Mrs. J. M. Holferty, Mrs. M. W. MIAMI
greatly reducing the bulk of ordinary -,V-maiL Delivery of personal correspondence churches. Kent, Mrs. Ben Plummer and Mrs
mall. Upon arrival their,I. will solve some of I Homestead members who plan, J. A. Ricks.
4 our mall difficulties, and should I .
destination they are reproduced Overlooking bay and river.
by 54 Inches in size. ease the congestion now present
V-mail Is dropped in letter boxes I In our"greatly overtaxed postal Two blocks from Flatter

Just as ordinary mail but when It system. Street
Is received at post offices the The V-mail folders contain all
speedup campaign begins '' instructions necessary to expeditethe I RENEW YOUR 1942DRIVER'S Quiet, cool comfortable

After being photographed these letter. 1 Kefined atmosphere.SPECIAL .
mails go to the destination by the
first available air transportation' crease In the freshman class over:

They rate highest priority-they I the preceding year will bring the i I RATESTO
(9 Immediately! total enrollment to approximately LICENSEBy
Whereas regular mall from the 400 freshmen in the undergraduate '
Hawaiian area to East Coast points, schools of the university" SOUTH DADERS

often takes many days-even going I Chancellor O. C. Carmichael stated
by convoy when malls are usually' "This is probably due, In large $1.50 Single
congested-the new type mail part, to the army and navy pro- October 1
takes only six days from time of grams of preparation which the $2.50 Double
posting to arrival at its addressed university has provided. I
1 i
I A student may now completefour
Town Council Will Sit I' full academic years, In three I -

Ag Equalization BoardThe calendar yean of work by attending -
three winter terms and one I
I Stay Overnight t* finish
summer term each year S. L. KENDRICK
Florida City town council
will sit as a board of equalization transacting year limlncss'-SSTS
Waste money Is waste JUSTICE OF PEACE OFFICE
In the town hall Tuesday evening
I another trip (which means ,
Mfe live, Dra'i waste gas
Sept. S, at T:SO o'clock or Breton
as long thereafter as may be necessary. Ii C\4 OB lives Every dollar TM UB : Homestead Florida Urea, time and nerves).
spare abets ke used I* bay
Vlf War ...... Boy year lei J
m. perceal every par dy. I
Dr. Robinson OrganizesFirst l.- _I
---- -- -------- ---
Aid Class Tonight


Registration for a 20-hour course\
In Red Cross first aid designed for I
air raid wardens and mature persons -i
who desire Instruction In,
home doctoring" will take placeat
730: tonight In Neva King
Cooper School auditorium, reminds 70
Dr. Carl T. Robinson of
Redland who will be the Instructor -

On Thursday night of last week .
twenty persons completed a similar "
which Dr. Robinson I -
court r
conducted at the Lions Den on

three Monday weeks.They and. Thursday nights for I .:.' IF THE WEATHER IS DRY, '1:;

are R. R. Klnard. Mr. and '

Mrs. Robert C. MacDonnell, Mr DON'T WAIT TO IRRIGATE OR M'' : '
and Mrs Reid A. Holmes, Mr. and ; .
Mrs Ray Benson Mrs. Ruth Rus-I .. : : ,

sell.Carl Mrs Wagner Emmy, Mrs Lou O.Julian W. Moody Mrs. IF THE WEATHER IS WET, CUT i .

Mrs. Eva Fletcher Mrs. James d i
I' :
I .
Rotherham, Airs Mary Furry,

Mrs. Gladys Myer Miss Kathleen I YOUR FERTILIZER APPLICATION . '. "
Wagner, Miss Mildred Fogle, Miss .
Peggy O'Brien. Miss Louise Ron :. t.. .

and Miss Dorothy Ross. IN HALF AND APPLY ':': '
The course la given free of ( .

charge I OFTEN
James Nesbitt, Jr., Will I .

Enroll at Vanderbilt ...

I .
Naahvtlte Tenn, Sept. S-
James Nesbitt! Jr" eon of Mr. and
iii.... James Nesbitt of Newton I Florida' East -Coast Fertilizer Co.

road Homestead, fla. has been
elected as on* of the members of
the freshman class In the college Telephone 16 FRANK B. RUE Manager Homestead Fla.PalZ'e .
flI Arts and Science at Vanderbllt'

University."An. I
estimated S3 per cent In- -



, ,

I daughter of Mr. and Mrs./Tom I!turned to Pauley'i Island, N. C. ectomy patient Tuesday, f 1
Doyle of Redland. and Mr. Redford W. M. Woodson has been In I 1
ii a ion of Mr. and Mrt. O 1 Jack Marshall son of Mr. and the hospital for a minor_operation ( i
C. Radford of Homestead. Mrt. Mrs E. F. Marshall and Redland this week. I
In and Around Doyle ii staying with Mrs Rad- High School senior, has returned : Ceo. F. Archer of Key West I I

I I ford for a few weeks. |from Macon where he visited relatives who has been a patient since Mon-

for a month. day will be returned today to the r
Homestead Mr*. W. I. Peters of Miami and! home of his son and daughter-la i

son, Billy, were recent viiitor of Mrs. Stewart Springer left Wed- law, Mr and Mrs Ben Archer. t ..
Mrs. Peters' mother. Mr*. AnnaK. nesday for Boston where she will tt
Backer. visit her husband who is in the \ 1 1t te
government service there.JAMES t ,
Miss Flo Wilcox who came here cers' training school in Miami I Ruth and Betty Byrum returned I
two months ago as relief manager I'Beach. I Saturday' from a two-week ARCHER SMITH For Prompt j

for the local office of the Western I' visit with relative In Braden- HOSPITAL NEWS

Union, received notice this week i Mr. and Mn. W. R. Andersonare town. CAB SERVICEat f
of her permanent appointment to entertaining Mrs. i Mrs. Herbert Turner underwenta
that position. :cousin, Mn. J. R. Sias Andenon"1 I, Mr. and Mn. W. E. Douberly major operation at the James
,port, La.Miss :and children Geraldine and Virginia Archer Smith Hospital Thursday reasonable rate i; ;
Mn. J. E. Gauzens left Wednesday I I' are entertaining Mrs. Dou-, Mn. Sue Goode who underwent

for Syracuse, N. Y., where she I Marie Basher and Mini berly's grandmother, Mn Jennie!a major operation was returnedto PHONE 9108 or 389
will visit her brother-in-law and ,Marjorie Fogle will leave Wed- Erpenback of Miami, one of the! her home In Princeton Tues-

sister Mr. and Mn k'h S.Brandman 'nesday to begin their freshman Redland ploneen.I I'|day.Mn. HOMESTEAD CAB SERYICBf
for two ;1'year at Duke University at Durham Mary Jenkins was In the
way home she will stop off at I N. C. I Miss Grltfle""BW; has returned I hospital Wednesday and Thursday O. Flummer, Frog

Cherry Point, N. C., for a visit'I[ to Homestead after a six-month .

with her son, Technical Sgt. ROb- Mrs. Jas. E. Elder spent last stay at her home In Calera, Ala. ', Robert L. Price was a tonsll-

ert Gauzens, U. S. A. I week with her son and daughter-I I returned 1
in-law Mr. and Mn. Jos. Elder, | Mrs. E. L. Stream has ]
Col. and Mn. Chas Ivlns who ,who now live at Chapman Field from a twij-week! visit with her
own a grove on Silver Palm drivel:and this week she is entertaining daughter in Atlanta. I .'

are guests this week of Mrs. Alva:i I their daughter, Margaret Ann.!I H- ;
Lee. They will leave Saturday for I Mr. Elder has lately returned from| Amelia ; six-year-old]

Birmingham where Col. Ivlns I.ItationeiS. Is five weeks of work In Washington I I daughter of Mr. and Mrs L.

I ; D. C, and is now training Witt, underwent a tonsil D'I
workers for the Chapman Field tion In the James Archer
Elwin Cooper began work with rubber laboratory. Hospital Tuesday

the FBI Monday, I I Robert Cast :;Roy Nelson are I I I Mr. and M--;:;: Charley Connor I! 1NURSDRI

Dexter Home returned to Nassau and daughters, Misses Aida anti I MDNOpY TUESDRI WEDNESDRI
nov, living In Miami and attendIng
Saturday after a one-week Marie, returned Friday after visjiting -|
the Pan American
ground crew
vacation spent with Mn Home: school. I for several days at the home!
'and their children at their Miami(I lot I Mrs. Connor's brother-in-law I II
Beach apartment and at tlfclr: and sister, Mr. and Mrs. E. H.!'
Mr. and Mn.
Sam J. Davis have
Tucker In Fort Pierce.
home here. He expects to be ,
gone to Burnsville, N. C., for a
back home on Dec. 17. Mn.1 I, '" '
Horne and children will return one-month vacation. I, Mrs. Frank W. Stillman Is entertaining Yowl b* helping everybody if you avoid
from the beach when school starts her sister, Miss Eulah I weekend trips whenever possible. Thst's I
Miss Eloise Gossman who is Leeds of Philadelphia, who arrived the time when travel facilities are most
employed In the navy yard at Key for a one-week visit on. crowded-the only time when many war
Moser returned from
Ivan has a
West visited from i workers and furloughs
Tuesday till ', men on can go.
four-week vacation In Tam- Saturday
I Thursday with her mother, Mn.
pa. Jesse Gossman. Mr. and Mrs Rob-| Mrs. Wm. Campbell of Tallahassee We,11 0 HOTEL UEDLANI
ert II. Smith of Miami
I I son-in- Is visiting at the home of her Flufler
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hickson are law a/id daughter of Mrs. Goes.man .
expecting today Mrs. Hickson's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Dave:; tMtv
spent Wednesday at the
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and I Gossman home. Mn. Smith Is the Sullivan. 'I 1 Annue'f
)In. Dan Smith of SU Louis. former Miss Gossman.. I +it Marto"S '
.j i iI. t Roy, Billy and Herbert Sever
of Miami left after
Mn. E. R. Hickson who spent Webster Williams, son of Mr. Tuesday a J) I
ten-day visit with their uncle
last winter with Mr. and Mn. J.1 and Mn Dan Williams returned E. Sever. M.j l I IMn.

R. Hickson, her son-in-law and;:Tuesday from Clarksvllle' Pa.,1 I , ,
'" "
daughter, has returned from her where he spent the summer withhis
Blanche Smith and
home in Virginia to spend another grandmother.Mr. son,
season here. : ...... Gerald Andrews, left Wednesdayto
i make their home In Arcadia. : FREE SERVICE STAR CARDS
" and Mrs. J. U. Free and '
Miss Marion Edmonds daughter children, Martha Rose and J. U, -
of Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Jr, who have been at Miami Mr. and Monday Mn._from R. H.a Worley two-week returned FOR THE FAMILIES OF SERVICE MEN
will leave Sunday for Edmond"'j Beach since Wednesday of last
trip to Palatka and other Florida
This Service Star window
where she will begin week are expected back today. j
year at the Convent of Mary Im card should be teen in every I
maculate. Mrs. O. A. Hainlin has I horn in America that I* rep
returned'r I Mrs. M. R. Cameron who was
j from a visit with her daughter, resented by a father, husband,
confined to her bed for week
Mn. Sylvia Atkini has returned I Mrs. Harold Faylor, in Union- a son or brother in the Armed
from a five-day visit In Tallahassee town, O. I is now convalescing. I IMr. Force of the United State.
with her son-in-law and I America's
'I .. Joe E. Brown of Miami,:; emphasizes pridein
daughter, Mr. and Mn. John Rob- Mrs C. R.: Singleton and son, those who are serving our
the former Miss Peggy Allen of
erts.. Douglas, and Mn. Fred Kufeldt Homestead, will go to Norfolk country in time of war.
returned Monday from a two-
Charles Steffani, who was recently week stay In Key West Mn. Ku-l), soon to join her husband who has'' BLUE SILVER OR GOLD

Injured in a Nassau defense feldt Is planning to stay in Key recently been sent there by the The Blue Star Indicate eenrlc Its

project ,when his truck West IThos" navy. i the Army, Nary or Marine Corp
overturned, underwent a minor within. the boundaries of the Unitedstates
Mrs. Annie Nabon has rr1 .
abdominal operation Saturday at : D. Murphy of Miami anl': ;i
the U. S. army hospital where he Mrs Murphy, the former Miss The Slim Star denote service out-
has been a patient.Mr. j Emily Jones of the Homestead side the continental United State,
either. on the high seas, In the
:: I High School faculty, are now living : United State .........i....., or on
and Mrnk Morris returned in Daytona: Mn. Murphy HEALTHI foreign solo

from Philadelphia Sunday j I I will not teach next year. Her Th Gold Star ls America's tribute .
Mr. Morris had been traveling,, mother, Mn. Malcolm Jones of I to those who make the supreme ;
through the East on his commission Daytona, Is convalescing from a sacrifice under the Sun and
business I and Mn. Morris had I i I serious illness. I Stripe in time of war

spent her vacation In Blowing e .

Rock, N. C, and in Philadelphia I Mrs. A. C. Albright spent last Yon are entitled to display die I
where her mother, Mn. Isabel week In Tampa with her son and \ I I.t1f' proper star lor each member of i
Sawyer, lives. daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs J your family serving In the Armed
\ I
) SpifII Forces of the United States of 1
Raymond Albright, and when she America For U
sample '
Gilbert Ogden returned from (II : Produced Rid, White and Blue p":
returned Sunday she was accompanied of one boy In _
Nassau Saturday and is now em- by her daughter-in-law A j Actual size! 6 Inch. a 9yi IDchth.l7.'S.A., you are entitled to one
ployed at the local air base. I I who will visit two weeks at theAlbury I ieMEASLSE This space contributed by Blue Star. If you have two eons I
In eenrlce one In the U.S.A. and r
I home on Tennessee road Leader-Enterprise as a patrl-
Mrs. J. R. Brooks and ion Pal, : M OF MEN"Health I I : otic service to those who are one entitled outside to.a the Service US.A.you Star: card are "

were dinner guests of Mrs. Brooks Mr. and Mrs. Wm. F. Radford of by all tests, Is the final ; giving their loved ones to the bearing on* Blue Star and one ;
;, aunt, Mn. W. A. Arey, In Miami St. Petersburg are announcing the measure by which human ambitions cause of victory. Silver Star. '
Sunday and visited their cousin.J. arrival of six-pound Sandra Lee!: are controlled. Thus, Chiro-I Fit OH REQUEST-MAIL COUPON BELOW .

D. Arey of Southern Pines, NC. on Au,. 27. Mn. Radford Is th'j pnc a'. success In restoring' ............................................................ t
who is In the air corps offi former Miss Betsy Ann j Health\ a matter of national Interest :
Veteran* of Foreign Wan of the United StetM N.tIOIIeIIquarter'l
.. I Bring your Health problems -:
for Chiropractic's aid-for ; Kara* City, Missouri

HOMESTEADSWIMMING :your own Health's sake The

I I sooner the better-naturally. Send Service Card with.Friday I

(Number sad color 01 Stan desired)
: POOL Dr. R. J. Elliott'' _

will be. drained and cleaned CHIROPRACTOR : N.- ,(Ps- print now In full) ,

every Saturday instead of norms
*:JI U U; S leETealnrs .
Monday until further notice .: BInet McIr- f f fa
by AppointmentMcCrery

ART McKEE Pool Manager Area** --
near "1-1' |I
..". .- .110KUMLAMaT.osmut .

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a W Swath Lade fuMMIni SATES Ca.e.ay.sosaceiPTlux 04V 0ffeg oar a.e.e10waaa a Is n me/.a big "Comm"- .M. ._......

to .-.. c-o. ---. .1... Sew.i. 1r
III Deis Cseale_ SIJ1 am lows, .:=1. Ps.; cl cJ
sawed -.seed Mail IL&nwa.eah
II. lilt M DM port TflM IIa Consider how much work a
.10.11-*. ,....... M.H Ik*' act N Iplr..cmUl' do to ,
,See, .. Sara weave that deU-
ate, Intricate and beautiful web J

Walkers Just to catch I fly or two but a h a
Wire spider must live, you know.
By Anal May hew FHipatr,rk
A hair breadth 'twixt Idiocy and i An Indian complain of the war J
genius, situation that th.re00 muck h
A gasp between quickness and salute and not enough gun 'Rotors, t{ ;
death.A or, to Eddie Guest, It, too ouch
salute, too little shootf fs
sigh between sorrow and gladness -' f .
Twlxt hatred and love Just a you think the war 1* bearing ,

breath. downrheavily. upon you dismiss
the thought In nlal4tI.\ cost A frau
Like acrobatt walking on tightropes of living has risen 30 per cent and
tt most household necessities are
We teeter and wobble and sway, rationed You can spend ?4 cents y'
God'* grace I* the pole that w. a week for, meat, you get coupon i''. I
carry to buy one suit of clothe per year t.\J
To keep ui In poise day by day. or an overcoat, a sweater or a f
pair of shoes, while the womenare
a limited to one dress, two pain \;

Hostels to House 100,000War ? TANGIrebvest of shoe or glove, two piece of ;tfjj1 (

WorkersTo GET 7WI/d NAVE und..... Oh it* your income that
1* being "nicked"* eh? Here you
t QAI Twj. 4V 17P
/ .
furnish homing accommodations r pay t2 on 11,239 salary; there

for war worker who have you pay several time that rt

been uprooted from their hearth o-yor 1v mww AlS . D

stun and transplanted to other' Some wag has laid that a lot of T

localities where their services an / GA AF,0 As these army commssion are celo- IIt 1.
phane one: you can see through IIJ
needed, the British government I li ,a lWAIOfia/ 4iwr them

building a chain of hostels for e ,
100,000 auch persons, women a. 10esmsa F The Miami Herald printed the

well ai menThe i _.__.s-- startling statement that during the ,
past IB month 44 murder bI
British call them hostels.' YOUR
Children in CourtBy been committed in Dade County 1t I JI
and they will have almost all the: I and that up to the present 19 of

comforts of first-class hotel In- * * a * * Jodie Malcolm ttatfleldOUNCES i these remain nusolved

cudmg dining rooms, dance halls, ..-u 'e . \

being lounges established and libraries under They the:management are- * * V* * *u.* IN THE LAW I protest It I II against evident commissioning that the' wave civ-of t

of Major R. T. Laughton.! Several centuries ago a young ilians has reached the war department .> ,

brother of the popular Hollywood EL SALVADOR-INDEPENDENT COFFEE CUr man of, nineteen'41 twenty yea rs' ; the secretary says he kept* d
Star, Charles Laughton. Major I firm hand on it so long a* it visa I
|would have been quartered 01'
Laughton ia an experienced hotelman r Prophetic vision must have been of Industry and commerce as well) possible but the burden became1
given that Spanish padre landing as government and culture, factories hanged K he had been caught .ia 10 great some of It had to be

The hostels are all owned by with the conqulstadores, in 132<' are supplying the domestic the act of stealing a loaf of bread pasted to other. "Aye: there's the .

he government, and a non-profit- 'when he blessed as El Salvador, market with cotton cloth,: silk, Judge were given very little initiative rub"d . d
making corporation la erecting the "the Savior," the land that war goods hats, soap, hosiery shoes, In those day: and co (
buildings They have received the later to become the smallest, the tobacco products and beer. The not lessen the sentence The state finance department
hearty endorsement of labor leaden most densely populated, and the country still looks to |III neighbor: because announces that Dade County" tax: :1v
in Great Britain, as well as most Independent of the Central and the United States, however the penalty was set by law, Today I roll-SOS million dollars, far ex-
government and civic leaders. American republics.For I for moat ef Its cotton textiles, Iron courts do not punish children for coeds that of 'any other county I In' f
Some of these hostels are tooted almost three centuries un-I I and steel manufactures, automobiles the offense itself, but they attempt -1 i the state and it I* only a half-- c
In beautiful rolling country der Spanish colonial rule revolt and trucks, wheat and wheat to diagnose the symptoms century old at that; it is the first t
aide It Is expected that after the was dormant, but It flowered in' flour, drugs and medicines. and to treat the cause. During Bounty In the state ever to go I

war some of them will be used for 181| with the example of the I'I The only Central American republic the past few decades a new theory above the half-billion. mark.
holiday camps, while those nearerto English colonies the New Worldas without a seacoast on the appeared ,which held that many *
cities may be turned' Into Inspiration first of the Central .I'Atlantic, El Salvador has a coastline prisoners could be reformed More Soon after the war of 1881-83 b
boarding schools American colonies to seek of about 190 mile on tin constructive method of dealing the Union soldiers formed an or> 1
A home atmosphere, with solid Independence ,from the Pacific with La Llbertad Ac*,;I" with delinquency have been introduced sanitation[ they named the Grand r
comforts for the workers who are land the next thirty ) motlbU-1 I Jutla, and La Union the chief Into modern court pro Army of the Republic. Its week/ j
to occupy them, has been provided. time of travail for the ports It .shares the Gulf of Fon-' cedures. Greater emphasis Is now mouthpiece was the National Trlbme 1c Jt
And the cost? No, not IS a day which was to emerge In 1841 to a sees, 40 mile wide, with Its immediate placed on citizenship social relationship edited by John R. McEIroy .
for women and $8 a day for men sovereignty and freedom that; neighbors, Honduras and I II ,, mental hygiene another d A few yean later he bought .' v
Jusf change the word "day* to never since has been seriously l i I Guatemala. It is a land of mountains important consideration. large tract of land at St. Cloud ca
"week" and you will be correct challenged That splrif of inde- hills, rivers and. upland,I The reformatory was established and promoted a soldier colony. At: :
The British feel proud of this pendence distinguishes El: Salva- plains. I for the purpose of giving remedial, one> time It had the .econellar.est,
achievement 19 wartime housingand dor In the company of nations to-I I Modern In government and operating ', treatment to delinquent Inmates' C. A R. post In the U. S. Last
Justifiably so With no profiteering day under a planned economy! However, this Institution has been week they buried it* last member. I'' tb

the Idea of providing El: Salvador ranks fourth among for* years it has been paying ape- unable to carry out Its aim effectively The town, with about 2 000 population too
essential housing of a wholesome, the worlds great coffee grower,', Sit attention to problem of Intottnal It has been found that is situated about ten miles.
attractive kind and substantially and the coffee bin adds up to transportation Rail lines many youthful offender cannotbe southeast of Klsslmmee,
s,1 I coat Is being carried out. reclaimed e
four-fifths of the nation export from the port of Acajutla and a by mass treatment .
I splendid hard-surfaced To offset this apparent weaknesson By accident there to
Figuratively but quite accurately, highway came my +Ist
The reward of one duty la the coffee Is the life blood of the nation from La Llbertad etend to San the part of the reformatory hand a back Issue of the North {
power to fulfill another.-George 's economy. Yet it cannot be Salvador and the Interior Under court are now refraining fromsending JeorgU Review, a magazine of
Eliot Mid to be the whole of Salvador- the government highway program first offenders to such the southern region published at
tan Industry and productivity (I ; the western half of the Pan Institutions Boys who formerly Clayton; Georgia Lilian E. Smith
The expectations of life depend American Highway which runs would have been cent to the reformatory one of the editors, says of the ;
upon diligence: and the mechanic An Industry unique Is the the full length of the country, has are now given a thorough South, "What 'a people we art:
that would perfect his work must queerly named balsam of Peruiistlnctly ,
been completely hard-surfaced physical and mental examination staking snobbery and decadence
first sharpen his tools.-Confucius. Salvadorean Discovered It links El: Salvador with Guatemala and are aided in making for good breeding, languor for
by i the Ir, ..n*. used widely by the
on the West and Hondurason more wholesome recreational and gentleness, the appurtenances of
It will be found that he who IIi Span!. this balsam la an ointment the East. religious connections culture that money buy for culture \11i 1e
most charitable In his Judgment Is with natural antiseptic properties -a I
itself for 300
This progressive and democratic ; year we
t that the of
promotes healing
generally the least unjust.-south- Qualifications
wounds.. It la derived from the member of the new world I* put been wasting our soil aid our 1
,. lap of a tree that grows only along 2800 mile from San Francisco and "You say JOu've never had any people for quick money and quick
experience telling in our Industry ....." Ouchl
1100 mile from New York ,
e emaU stretch ef land by way .
;A little thought and I little bordering ?" r
the Pacific The trees cannot be af the Panama CanaL Its outlook ,
kindness: are often worth more until I.I a* eager and alert a* the pilots That's right" I In an article In the annual publication ,
they are about twentyftw -
than I great deal of money-Ruitfe. "What '
o telling experience have ef the South Hi-
|"f the plane which connect it and Florida
yean of age. and the balsam "
when run la cooked locally In ill It* busy center] with the rest you"None" torlcal Society, Adin Baber states
large vessels.. Thousands of rf the world. that I species of papaya was growing -
Judge not without knowledge, "Have you ever studied advertising wild in North Florida$ In 177. .r
pounds are exported annually.
Mr without necessity and never "" .Z" or salesmanship e e -
, without ch.rlty.-Dr. Alex. Whyte. Sugar, heneqirin and rice enter *:ee, "No, sir""Then Well tl be doggedT Here ,I
Importantly Into El Salvador's export The aegro soldier bad been peel. why did come In
you thought we were springing a new
A merely fallen enemy may rise trade, while corn bean, millet .lag potatoes until hit band ached. here and ask for a talesman rue -in asking for 123.000 UUwagger -
.(alar but the reconciled one Is .n<| tome wb..e'are grown turning' to a fellow K. P, be said: Job?" for army use and Henry
1 truly vanquished.-Schiller. for food. Manufactures, too" 'What dat Sergeant Mean when he Tve got a broad new set of McLmore tell uf Germany I*
steadily expanding, are almost exclusively Ian UI x. pt" a Hres"
using 29.00Q dog and Russia half
$.etw here faith that right for home needs frem "Ah dunno," replied bU Coworker "Why didn't you say'*o la -the mat number After destroying
m makes might and In that faith let Its henequin O Salvador makesits "fcut-frem de look oft his tint placer When do you want $ to conserve:
as dare to do our duty aa ....understand own bags for Its coffee From ace. Ah.Utah be mean 'Keep to start? How would We. Texas, food Rngia44 had VAN of them I
it AWeJtaa Llawein. i CM Sahwdor, fee capital center I.eelin.'.'-The Cult Deor. | hl youT"-Log Book. lisp war service.

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Friday, September 4, 1942HOMESTEAD w LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Page Tin j,

.. ,*, .. .... I on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. Wile turned Monday from Hawthorne' with Misses Isabella and Mar,
son Edwards of Miami, brother where they have been staring Becker in Miami. All were Sunday J 1
OUR MEN IN SERVICE and suter-ln-law of the late Mayor several weeks. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. 8
I Edwards. Becker.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn S>Bule left
I .. "+,. . .. Mrs A. B. Langham of Eldred, Monday for Key West. ,
8 Fla, and her children arrived
Banks Byrum of the baa enlisted in the U. S. Naval I I Monday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Backer-returned Sun-I 1'"f': .I PAV
Corporal Reserve, a* a fireman first class. Mrs. J. S. Cave I
day after
V. S. Marin Corps, son of Mr. I spending a few tracks

and Mrs. J. R. Byrum of Avocado Jack Turner, ton of Mr. and Mrs. L. U Guthrie W Barlow-
drive and graduate of Homestead Mrs Cha. G. Turner, a cadet In is visiting her son-in-law and 'SUBSCRIPTION BLANK !
High School, has been in British the Army Air Corps, goes back daughter, iMr. and Mrs. R. E.
pulsate since Sept. It, }s41, the next week to Duke Vnlvenity, Howe. I

day he became }l years of ag*. Raleigh, N. C, where ha enlistedlast Leader-Enterprise; .._. _, 19.t2 I
fj. u stationed at ,a air base lit a ,John
term. ,
Ida and- Mrs Rohrtr andAalilater"
panes village (n the interior.r. Catherine 14 N. W. Third Street, )
*bout a auadred mile from Charles W. Helger of Rout 1 guests of, Mr. and Mrs. Vrnl j, Homestead, Fla. :
Georgetown. was one of 22 men who enlisted Rohrer of Miami. ,
, : Recent letters tell of his being in the navy 'Tuesday, reports the

i .' a by guest the native at a chicken doctor'supper and ot given visitsto Miami recruiting station.FLORIDA Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brown are Inclosed herewith I ia 1.00 for which send :

, home of Art Williams, announcing the birth of a seven-
the the Leader for one to:
pound nine-ounce son, James Al-
" former Miami resident who was crnfBr :
; bert, In the James Archer Smith
,,\ tent there about ten years ago to WarrcM Sevwry
bunt for the lost aviator, Red- Hospital Aug. )7. .
Mlern.- Name ____,____..
: ,
.t. First Lieut. Theodore Franklin Mr. and Mrs Paul Haley re- An all-day fishing trip was-enjoyed -

fto arrived In Homestead Wednesday turned Tuesday from a visit with Friday by Glenn Schroeder, Mail Addr ... ..... ... .. .
Louis \ s..t. ---- -- -
'f to spend a seven-day furlough relatives in Beauford, Ca., and Eugene, and Ted Lott, Louis .l i
%4 with his parents, Mr and Mrs. P. Westpolnt, Ga. Johns and Johnny Delta.
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J. Franklin. Lieut. Franklin IsAi -- --- - ----- -- --
yr stationed at Fort Bragg with a Ernest Neill of Key West wasa The W. S. C. 8. of the Com
: *J parachute division. .week-end guest of relatives munity Church met Wednesday I "
f 150 It paper Is to be mailed outside Dad County.
, $.. e I her. at the horn of Mrs. B. Cohernour.Mr. .
Roy Smith has been accepted 1
V f' for army service and is now at Mrs. B. H Edwards entertained and Mrs R. H. Worley feel FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE __ __ .,
: -- --- ----- --
';J 3 Camp Standing.v .
. I

Albert RelU, son of Mrs. Selma
Reiti of Homestead and salesman
. I for Fuchs Baking Co. of South
, Miami, joined the U. $ Marines
t! Monday, passed his physical tents
tin Orlando Tuesday and startedfor t
his preliminary training at
Island, S. C., Wednesday.

.".. NJ N& r 3
\L Ted Oldendorf of the engineer
"' ting corps has been sent from
[Fort Belvolr, Va., to David Rank-
'"11ns, lr, Trade School in St. Louis
\ t e e
'' John Walton, son Ct Mrs. W. Ie.l' ,
Walton, and Herman Byars, son of
(Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Byars, passed
[the test at Camp Standing last I ,. ,
week.: Herman is home on a 14day ,,:. :: .j
, furlough but John decided t0 ;
take his furlough at a later date.
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w Wm. J. Clark, Jr. of Home "
jjstead, a three-year pre-med st'uI -
dent at Wake Forest College, N.jC .
Tuesday'was commissioned a
'j lieutenant, junior grade In the
', :
,*privilege of continuing his medical
course and postpones his InduCe
"I lion into active service until he
tha received his M. D. degree
i' *
,.: Lieut. Barney E. Turner, son of
!Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Turner of Red-
"land and nephew of Ceo. W, and
'iChas. G. Turner of Homestead, I*
lin the base hospital at Bradley
J Field, Windsor Locks, Conn,, recovering -
2 from injuries received IVEEDED
,when the plane he was piloting FOR WA I
'f crashed at the field three weeks aP r .igd Stow

it'G. .

$, Ruther Sullivan of the. U. S.
4 Marines, private first class, his
4 been sent from New River N. C.
Ito San Diego.
; J .
:(, Pvt. Charles Sullivan, son of Mr.
i I, and Mrs. O. H. Sullivan, left for
Fort Jackson, 8. C;., Saturday after Let/blat Japan-and Germany-and ItsJy-with the chain ftlightning

;*.1 five-day visit at his home. of destruction that can lie built frosa the scrap in 1"
4 *
.) First Ueut Wilbur Free has our cellar attics and- garages, on our farnw and in our place :

been transferred from Corpus of business. : amps,d OW arms ''r

t Christi to KlngsvlUe. . Tex. Scrap Vn and s/, other metals, rubber ntl...,. Other g'ae i, 2124 f scrap p,a ae e1 .

". Ensign; Vernon Turner, U. S. N. material It will all be used to make tanks ahip. plane vlp ybagt/-Rat dod '

')B. son of Mr, and Mrs. Ceo. W. I and the fighting weapon our boys must,have It U needed Burlap Bass .
'Turner has started a' three- I
'J j month instruction court at Cor- at once. }f
nell University. it dealer it to charity collection .
. Sell to a Junk -fjr a or

. Coleman irwin of Homestead agency-take it yourself to th nearest collection: point-or ,!

;;. comult the Local Salvage eo .mttM..,U you live on a fan*, of-e f g? !

-e and have found mean of disposing of your Junk, get in 14a : to awake b-g"'%

ArpetMag touch with the County War Hoard or your farm {js>n>l rrmtTtvw ee' in leers s,,, wssw.r tassel far err sea
tr i'+
sett sa r
SANDWICHES 410141r. YOUR rtv hsto tile ticMITUi 'trXCIDU ain rv0' r4AT1-W y e Mt i isae "

DRINKS e y a, .tit a r.e.aa..raw.d or ..%

1!1 SHORT ORDERS ........ .",ro.itf fy C* '.... DMdo sot "u"t a +rsea

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This admtlassMBt contributed by the Homete4 Leader a

Ii i, V. PL 1 at |tsj ftm* LOCAL SALVAGE COMMITTEE (Phone 598-W)

,p..araet a4 no4ra
I Ofrg*. H W.IIl1nua; firs Ann Fouls M. A. Baker, David Barnes, Ben Archer. Adrian Jacob. C H SUftaqL Jobs Mt47
& |.IUur HaTvl4 Ssadell," Traps Usft i.. W L Bird, aM Mra. So L.lkWo.: '


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Pare Six HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, September, 4.1942

. ... . Social Events in South Dade . . . ,



Sept. 'Episcopal Auxiliary --

Mr. and Mri. Robert Baldwin a member of the F Club and meeting at the home of Mn. W. Announcement was made this been active in .Bap4iet Sunday

Brown are announcing the marriage tarred In various activities Including R. Bird. '< week of the marriage of Mill Al- I school work and In recent yean
of their daughter, Mary basketball and volley Sept. 4-Y. W. A. study course. ma Elizabeth Mcllwaln, daughterof I was teacher of a Sunday school
Dana, to Grant J. Oitlund of ball. This summer the has a position Sept. 5-Labor Day dance In Mr. and Mr Frank L. Mc- I class. She was graduated from
Miami In Fort Lauderdale on Aug. In Miami with the war department Chamber of Commerce building. llwaln of Homestead, and Sergeant Homestead High School In 1939
Sept. 7-Meeting of Junior: Paul B. Cox, ton of Charles A. and later from the Homestead
22.The bride received B. A. degree I The bridegrom ti a ton of E. Woman's Club at home of Mr. i Cox of Redland, In Coeur d'Alene, Business College.

from the Florida State Col- M. Ostlund of Miami. He received Ted Oldendorf. I Idaho, on Aug. 24. The bridegroom was born In
lege for Women In Tallahauee a bachelor'i degree In 1941 Sept. 8-Odd Fellow and Re- The bride made the trip to Idaho Homestead and educated In the
this iprlng. She majored. art, from the University of Florida bekah picnic dinner In hall at 'II by airplane.She Redland schools. After his graduation -

served In RUle Hall vestry and where he majored In business administration o'clock. I was married In a dress of from high school he attended
was active In college government and served four yean: Sept. 14-Meeting of Woman'l'Club Eleanor blue velvet, made princess Centenary College In
and college athletics. In government In the R. O. T. C. He now hat al of Homestead. I' style with cream lace vest Shreveport, La., for a year. In
she served house chairman civil service position In Miami Sept. 28-Meeting of Jennie
and navy blue accessories. Her June, 1940, he enl'sted In the engineer
lebdell Circle with Mrs. A. M.
president of West Landif Beach. traveling costume was a coffee corps and has risen to the
Hall and member of the Judiciary They have an apartment at the; Logan. brown suit with white trim and rank of first sergeant. '
committee. In athletics, she was beach. Oct. Meeting of NaranJa;
Chapter of O. E. S. brown accessories. I They are living at Geiger Field,

Oct. Meeting of Ad Astra I The bride, born In Atlanta, has Spokane, Wash., where SergeantCox
II MISS MYRTLE ELIZABETH CONNER WEDS Chapter of O. E. S. lived here since Infancy She has Is stationed.

CORP. PATRICK FERRYMAN IN ALABAMAOf Oct. 5-Meeting of HomesteadB. :

-- P. W. C. at horn of Mrs. T. E. MRS. HOWARD JOHNSON IS HOSTESS
I --I
Stadig in Princeton.
interest to Homestead friends graduation she has served as AT PARTY HONORING MISS ELLEN V

was the marriage Au,. 14 of Miss cashier for stores In a grocery ELMER SULLIVAN'SBIRTHDAY ------'
Myrtle Eluabeth Conner and Cor- chain In Homestead, Miami and
CELEBRATEDA Mrs. Howard Johnson gave a Martin; Mrs. T. T. Bowen Mrs.
poral Patrick Perr>'man In the Columbus, Ga.
family reunion Friday night shower at her home Wednesdayfor Dock Mock and Mn. Chesley
Baptist parsonage at Phenix City, Corporal Ferryman: Is a son of '
I I marked the birthday of Elmer Miss Ellen Vann who will I Sounders.
Ala. Mr and Mrs.V. M. Ferryman of
The bride wore a light green Miami and a graduate of Miami II I Sullivan, son of Mr. and Mn O. leave Saturday for the Baptist, Gifts were received from Mn.

crepe dress and contrasting acccuoi High School. lie has been in- the H. Sullivan. Training School In Louisville, Ky. Harry Cooper and Mn W. T, McConnelL -
Supper was served buffet style I Mrs. Geo. West told of the
'ie army two years and Is now stationed -
I on the lawn. training school she had It i "
She i. the daughter of Mr. and at Fort Kenning, four miles as *een -
Present besides I and Miss Vann also of
Mr. and Mr spoke thuIt"hool' CIRCLE HEARS ABOUTMISSIONS
Mrs. Daniel S. Conner of Avocado from Columbus Ga., where they I I
drive and a member of ono have an apartment.A Sullivan and Elmer were: Mr and work and alms. Miss IV CUBA .
of the district's pioneer families. ten-day furlough permitted I Mrs O H. Sullivan Jr., and their Mary Frances Rutland played a W. M. U. Circle Two, met with
children Inda and Walter piano solo and Mrs. Robert O.
Mr. Mrs. Gordon Ivey Tuesday whena
In Redluml High School she was them to come on a honeymoon trip
active In 4-H work. Since her to Homestead and Miami. I and Mrs. Fletcher Bryant Mr. Hurrah gave a reading. I program on' Baptist work In
.un and Mn E. L. Sullivan and chil- I The gifts\ were presented to i Cuba was given..

dren, Ann and Lee, Mrs. Wm. Miss Vann In an upturned para Present were: Mr Chas. Mar

I MARRIAGE OF MISS ANNETTE CAMPBELL I Campbell of Tallahassee, Misses : sol. I I tin, Mrs. S. A. King, Mn. C O.
TO CLIFFORD KARTRUDE IS ANNOUNCED Eleanor, Nina, Roberta and Dorothy Present besides those named I Robertson, Mn. A. E. Paul Mrs.
Sullivan, Charles Sullivan and were: Mn. Lester Lawrence Mrs j I Bable Smith, Mrs. J. R. Byrum
Lilian Andrews. Nellie B. Bridges of Blakely, Ga, and Mrs Ivey.,
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Campbell. granddaughter of. the late Mr. and Mn. Frank Irwin, Mrs. J.' T.
are announcing the marriage of Mn T. A. Campbell who home- PARTY IS GIVEN Vann, Mrs. Orlando Wollam Mrs.
their daughter, Mauna Annette, to/steaded what Is now the center c:f FOR NICKY DENDY S. L. West, Mrs T. D. Plche, Mrs. AIR COSDtTIONED : '

Clifford Kartrude of Montgomery, Homestead's residence district. Mn. C. H. Dendy entertained Williams, Mrs. Chewing, Mrs. J. ROLLER IRATE IN COMFORT
Ala., on her birthday, Aug. 24. Since her graduation she has been Wednesday afternoon In honor or R. Pope, Mrs. T. C. Shackleford, ET..|H(. TiSI I* HIM P. M.
The young couple had plannedto working In the local telephone of- the second anniversary of her IOn,' Mrs. R. E. Edwards, Mrs. Jennie A........ .... plus a.t I
be married next month but,I fice. Nicky. Smith Mrs. Earl Byrd, Mrs. Ar- Venetian Skating Rink

their plum were changed when The bridegroom came here from Pictures were taken of the birth-I thur Smith, Mrs. J. R. Rutland, ales I. W. ITU At, Hluri
the bridegroom received a telegram Montgomery several months ago day cake and of the twenty small Mn. J. Lee Smith, Mrs. Chas. I
calling him for defense work and has been employed at the air guests and the mothers who had. --

In Montana. port. brought them.
The bride, youngest member of '
Horns and other favors delighted
this year's graduating class at MISSION SCHOOLS the little ones. Jack DIXIE DRUG Howard

Homestead High School, Is a ARE W. 8. C S. THEME I Polk Johnson

The theme of Tuesday's meetingof rbonef SI and till .
MRS. CALDERWOOD I the W. S. C S. was Methodist GLASSES'-
educational project*-two collegesfor
Mrs. C. G. Calderwood entertained colored four -To
people, schools : I d
the Neighborhood Circlet for Spanish-speaking people In gelmo

a garden party at her home Texas, California and New Mexico tEN Wednesday afternoon.The and a school for Indians.; 5 CT SPECIAL

hostess gave current events, Mrs. E. S. Caplinger presentedthe :a. sd1
and games were played. I COMBINATION
program and talks were maJi owIL ;
Mrs. Geo. Wright and Margaret by Mrs. J. A. McNelll. Mrs. Vlvsn
Caby won the high scores in al Booth and Mn. B. M. Hmdman.

contest and Mn. Ralph Klngman, Others present were: Mrs. Mollie 21 o L ae. f.Raat, U-na
the low prize SCOT Deoise..ad f.NTw A,. 5, ere: i SO
Wlngate, Mrs. Ceo. Ranson, 0110 MILK Of
Present besides those named I Mn. Roy Darby, Mrs. O. L. Sho- Apse MIp 4 Qes..a4. lisp d.A1 etAVt h iC MAGNESIA
were: Mrs. E. E. Calderwood. Mr* walter Mrs. H. L. Brown, Mrs. J. .m
Frederick Weber Mn. W. E. I Su It ass lit on d
L. Ballard. Miss Jennie Lobdell,
Gaby, Mrs L. H. Klopp, Mrs. Mn. A. S. Moe, Mrs Earl Pacettl. Dr. B. F. StebbinsDr. a k'5 36 TABLETS

Chase, Mn. Cunningham, Mrs. Mrs. J='D. Redd and Miss Helen L. W. Stebbins .
Mary Furry and Miss Catherine Keep the liquid
Holmes, a guest -Kingston 1ZM W. Flatter SI, Miami E and cart,the tab.QrA .
Mn. Ranson led and Mrs. Darby It" truh roe. A
spoke at a meeting held In the Phone J-M13 real saving.
t a O. AND "
PLAN INDOOR PICMO church at 2:30: Tuesday. MEDep ,64c .iw
A covered-dish picnic dinner It
planned for Tuesday evening at .
AT DOfBERlY HOME :11. an $9E'e"e
7 o'clock by the local Odd Fellows -
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Douberly
and Rcbekahs for the members UNITED STATES
of both orders and their gave a fish fry on the la$'Iot 'y NARPEN> _
families. their home on Epmore drive Mon- SONRDSSTAMPS
day night. -
The dinner' will be served In t pot Wok a
the banquet room. The guests Included: Mr. and oR+Ce ae iy4
Mrs. L, B., Douberly and family, tbisP= re. C rICE
iff. and Mrt. Russell Horn and .TINT
Leonard W. family, Mrs. Fred Jenkins and]

.-..... .. R T. I.111. baby and Miss Fannie Helton.
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First National Bank Furniture Co. -;; RUGiroRr SCHOOL 61 IJ1.

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Homestead Phone 2 8-J
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,V Friday, September 4, 1942 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Pace Seven I


I Social Events 'I| of WILL Announcement:Miss of WED the Margaret approach IN :MI was Mmledaugh.IMI made marriage Sunday -- jl CLASSIFIED; APjl-l it'll;

let of Mr, and Mi. Percy F. HATE: Tint insertion 10< i line; _

!Mauley of Miami, former residents S* a lint. -- 1.
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Homestead, and Alexan- -


N'ason of Mr and Most Alex- __

) PLACE IN SILVER PALM PARSONAGE code Murphy of Sarfto ta. !'J-BED-ROOM residence In Por- I MANantvd for warehouse; -Apply i

-- I Miss Manley was graduated' \anir, furnished, electric kit- ( Mr. Frlck Armour Fertilizer i t':
iL JtliM Betty Ann Marshall, Her acoetaorlea were white and ) from Ponce de Leon High School II chen., Call 20. <|4) j Works (pall) 11
I and attended the University of) ---
!daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. :, navy blue. Miami. Her fiasco la stationed at FURNISHED: house for rant See I LOST

rI 'U'nnhall of Homestead and How-!I The bride's family came here I the naval air base in Jackson L. O. Hall at Berger residence, .

: of Sir. from Macon nine years ago. She ville. I 10th and Krome. (JyStf) 1 "A gas ration book No -IOfd70.. .)
9 jfed Allen Grouse, ton attended Redland High School and --" Florida I Finder pfetme notify Mrs. Eleanor j
t Vji. Alva It Crou e of mar-I this summer served in the local They plan to be man'led Sept. !PARTLY furnished house In i, Kendrick Whichard. Homestead ;
20 In the First Christian Churcn ,,
Jtolm drive, were united in telephone office. I in I City; running hot and cold I Furniture Co. (ps4)LADY'S
: water; fruit trees; nice yard.
"Sage I The bridegroom i
It Sunday afternoon at 3:30: came here with
Apply Homestead black fountain In
Loader Phone
s 'clock In the parsonage. of the I his family from Muncie, Ind seven I II :
2. office. Reward. Dr. Irene
l (21tf) pout J
Silver Palm church. I IIhh I years ago. He, also, attended I.EGIOVCMLIRY SEEKS I .
Shanklin. (
| Rev. M. E. Myer, pastor of Redland High School and was val- 100 PER CENT MEMBERSHIPThe :: I! pc4)
f\ ; : h. read the marriage I I cd'ctorlan of the Class of 1940. He Woman's Auxiliary of John 1!

ff f\ service. Mr and Mrs. Alvin is employed in the radio department G. Salley Poll of the American!I WANTED

Prothero witnessed the ceremony. I I'tThe I I I of Pan American Airways In Legion decided Wednesday night|CHRISTMAS., rooted; )'oun'l 1 ., '

e ; bride wore a navy blue I Miami. to try for I 100 per cent membet mango trees and parjayas. | TUTORING' WANTED lilt ."

long-waicted frock distinguishedby I They have an apartment In Coral ship by Nov. 1. ,II N .Q. Ball, 13 N. E. 8th St\ ,I school and grade school subjects, 1

I 4 a square yoke of Irish lace. I Gables Present were: Mrs. M. A. Berger (a7tf) : Mrs. H. J. Armstrong A. a, 1" I

t president, Mrs. Paul Robin. .i SPENCER I Corietierre-Appolnt- Plummer drive and Country

MRS. .1 son, Mrs. Wm. J. Geron'mo,.Mr-*. I in Club road.
FROSCHER AND MRS. VIRGIL LYON Edr Norman, Jr. and Mrs. menu Homeitead. Helen O.I .
I Hackler 2552 N. W. 7th St.,
ENTERTAIN HOMESTEAD B. P. I Frank Rue. III."'... Cow... Milder *f Mile and
W. C. Miami. Phone 48-2309. County Tax Certificate N... IIM4 Ward
III and day t.f J.I-*. A. D J.... bow filed
(p31f25)SACRE ] ) j urn In my .,m.... and hM .>.... ..|>U- ,
t Mrs. E. A. Froacer and Mrs. ton and Mrs. A. R. Livingston. Under the leadership of Its eaten for n I.. aced. to .. t-.urJtr.rro.
lime grove, 2 miles from Raid (-..111..... _ the ".110_
Virgil Lyon entertained the Home- Sandwiches, cake punch and president, Mrs. Ella Home the bank bid,. Can be bought rea j'o.. dnrrlbrd properly In the Cmmlr of
stead B. P. W. C. at the Froscher candy were served. Woman's Foreign ssionary: So- ..*. .uu of Fields twt t
sonable. Mrs. M. A. Berger, N. IS ft. strip, B. of IM 4. load *iP.RU. S
niorida City Monday night Present besides those named ciety of the Princeton Church of Krome eve and 10th it Home. Hlk. ,. Saltwater ..0.... Plat,
y the Nazarene has raised more than Hook I. Pan 4. In the Counts "f
home on the Federal highway In: were: Mrs Herbert Katz, Mrs. I.
stead. (m-tf) 1>..... Stage of Fhrldn.TWnuo .
. Dr. Adele Hampton of Miami' P. McLean Mrs T. E. Stadlg Mrs. a hundred dollars for the cause. >.nt>M of saw ......rrty under
briefly on the advantages of Chandler I UNDERWOOD the MM f-nllct ...* In thr most of
spoke Roy Mrs. Clna l Stewartand typewriter--Will go I. H. Ga........
club federation. Mrs. Ben Archer. The Homestead Methodist quickly at $40 because condi- Unless. sole eertlfleab .h.1I be -

Bridge keno prizes were won I Mrs. Stadlg will entertain the church education board will meet tion Is good and typewriters are I Accord d.arribed. .reordlns tbrteis will 4e be...sold. The to 1M property h.....

by Dr. Hampton Mrs. Chat: Clin club on Oct. 9. 'I Monday evening at S o'clock. scarce. 14 N. W. Third street wt bidder at the Court Huns door on the
Homestead. tint ...."" ., In the Imx.th .d 4lrrdow.
1611. which 10 the Will day lOr '--.

'1 NOTICE or APPLICATION : 10411. 'd A.vuN 1142.E. .
IIa.... 'hlo loth dal
1It Labor Day's Nutritive NeedsNutrition FOR TAX DEED S. LICATHKRMAN.
tom, fsL File MUM I Club d Cgrowit Court. I
Notice te krrkilvrn Out CullfurdDnp"rl '
Dads (_n'.. Fk.r\da I
and Gertrude B Dv.-pcH. hUwlf
.. Molders. u _l,n-M of tlt, at Miami Circuit Court jAu N.' C. STERRKTT. D. C. I. I
Tu Onidrat Numbered. 16710. dated the14th
t.. Sept t. II. gods
< II.
day "I July. A. D 10S1. ku filed -- ,
'. uM unlflnM In m' oldr. .nd lea
trade ppllntum for Ui deed b> bur NOTICE OP APPLICATION
.h...... In wconlinM with law S.I4On FOR TAX DEED
1 6 If kit* embrace the following *. Fib 1&I I
w I] scribal. ropertF situated la Dade Counts, Nirtlr to hereby el"k.t 1.0",10) 4.
l Florida, to.willKxln "-.. ...|.... h..ldor M _I..... lOr 4aty of

v 1 'III- } Poll Th...S.the ISM SW ft.err.. B. lot 14 ft.t, for N. I i.'Trl'th.'r.t C..III..t.day of '0...Idotwheerd. A. D. ,...67310. k.., ;

l M." ft.. W. M ft. lo FOB Com.Munlty tiled Mid Crrtlflr.t. I* offlrld '
u l I Park Plot Bonk 9. Pace fa. has made *pl>llr.tluu for *..,dvd *** Issue
In UM Clt' of Count of Dade them.% I. *r state of Florid..IamI. OnlflnUwifc. rtk." "tlnwlnt I .. 1
Th. M-M.mmt of sold property under rrlbrd B.p-rtr.. situated l I. "..* County, 4Florida
the CmiricMUnknown. .. iard w. Ia the sac of ,
+I I JrB.V. r'. W,...--., Park TrJf i
t J I'nlM' MM Crtlflrau shall k* r* Plat Hnok S. Pan M. I- the Cat
doomed MKonlln- to .law, tax d.! -*. will of::. County d 1611.!, Plate d ;
leer Ih-r-on on UM Its day a*, 0._. Tklrl.M-a.iit .
A.D. 10432noted of wM Brovrrlf. u-d-r
I ..... ""IIII" <:::-.. \ I'1 I ink lit day of ...._..-... A. D. the i Certificate. bated wIn the name M '
I IMS. Unknown.Unless
I sold Certificate .h.ll .. r-
By BETTY BARCLAY i I Clerk of circuit Court; I II ....m..l true, to It' '.. *Orudrr.. .
is in the limelight % teaspoon salt Orange Rennet-Custard Topped Dade County, "..Id., I..th arw the day ft|V '

today. Working men as well as % teaspoon scraped onion With Brown Sugar and ruffed Rlee I I ICIreift Court Br Ural N C A.Stated D. 1041.this lit day of September. A. ft.lit. y

their families need nutritious foodsto 1* teaspoons vinegar 1 package orange rennet powder I I fftfl*. d. II. ,.. II. OrLR"I1912) .. '
supply the necessary fuel for Drop frozen spinach Into briskly 1 L R. LrATHKRMAN.
canned ;
pint milk not NOTICE OP APPLICATION Clerk of 4:1-uh Conn.
,strenuous war times. Balanced boiling salted water. Bring againto % cup puffed rice FOR TAX DEED IMo CountKlurkta.. -
diets are in order. Vitamins must a boll and boll 4 to ( minutes, ( Chapter I1 7--Art. of INI c.,.u.., Court ....,.
be secured. Necessary minerals until just tender separating tablespoons brown sugar I File A-KKT Rr N. C. vmnm. 1>. MI
.. ,.. s.. Or!.. s. 1947)>
ire required regularly. Here are leaves with fork during cooking Make rennet-custards accordingto NOTICE la HEREBY GIVER that .1. 4 n.

several Labor Day recipes that will Drain and chop. Combine butter directions on package Chill. .1
Dlend with your own nutrition and flour In saucepan and stir until When ready to serve, sprinkle 1 h
program: smooth. Add cream gradually and tablespoon puffed rice and a little

A "Starting Cocktail cook until thickened stirring con brown sugar on each dessert. EDWARD\ STRING
stantly. Add spinach and remain-
Canned, unsweetened Hawaiian lag Ingredients and beat thoroughly Magic Angel Food Cake I
pineapple Juice, which Is a good Slice day-old white bread 4t Inch t
of I Serve at once. Serves 4 to 6.You'll
source vitamin C. plus
tasksof thick. Trim off crusts. Cut Into
avoid all the tiresome
other TIt.mlu.rlcb( fruit juices, 'REALTOR
makes this delicious well cleaning and trimming when you strips age S t inches. Spread stripson
as as
healthful cocktaIL use quick.frosen vegetables, which all aides with. sweetened condensed
come to you all ready to cook. milk. covering well. Then Real Estate General Insurance
Combine two caps canned onweetened Remember that quirk-cooking in a roll In dry shredded eo enut. i
Hawaiian plneaple juice, low amount of water makes the broken fine. Brown under low flame I
one cup peach nectar one-half cup most of the precious vitamins or toast on fork over coals. The NOTARY PUBLIC
orange juice, two tablespoons lemon which along with fresh flavor and result Is magically like angel food
futce and crushed Ice Shake thoroughly a full quota of minerals, were cake, coconut frosted but It. Cor. Palm A>e. and A\e. B Florida City, Fla. r

and serve at once! In fruit sealed in by qolck.freeslng. doesn't make any demands on your I PHONES 511-J AND 6/1-MGROVE
juice cocktail .1...... Chill canned sugar quota. i
trait juices thoroughly in refrigerator Barbecued Spare Ribs I .
before opening. Yield:, sU H Ib. spare ribs for each personto Coffee Fir The Crowd I -

,servings be served Put one pound decaffeinatedcoffee

A Nutritious Vegetable Dish 1A cup lemon juice regular grind. In a cheese'
Creamed Limas Vi cop butter or other shortening cloth or muslin bag which Is Urge I LANDS-THICK LANDS-CItr LOIS-HOMES

1 clove tariff enough to hold at least twice that
S cups cooked dried Limas Good
Never Se Lew Plenty ef
Pikes Were -
% cup warm water amount. Drop bag into large kettleor
1 cupful milk
cream (or )
1 onion chopped boiler J Vale"t
t tablespoons butter 1f containing gallons holing
4blespoous floor 1 teaspoon chill powder water. Cover tightly, reduce II. A. CAMERON r
? bouillon I cube 4avi, 1 can thick tomato soup or heat so that coffee does not boll,

?li cupful boiling water stewed tomatoes and let stand I to 11 mloutes.Plunge I
I crushed bay leaf REAL ESTATE '
Additional seasoning to lute bag up and down In coffee
Broil spare ribs until a golden several times, then remove bag ,
Kelt butter add floor stir untilHiccough. from eotr.... FLORIDA I
brown. Make a saoce of other Ingredients Keep coffee hot forservice. HOMESTEAD
then add milk and bouillon
d.call'olJlr '
.by placing shortening In Serves 40. This
bile and cook stirring constantly, saucepan and adding onion and atoll brew ends the dilemma of Opposite Odd Fellow's Billdlnf
.a tII thick. Add Limas and re-heal garlle. When onion U tender add coffee lovers, at a picnic or other

plnach Dutch style lemon juice! to which chill powder holiday gatherings, who worry oversleeping i TeL Ne. 71 Established mlDR. .. ;
1 added. Then add and problems. Too can freesetrnyful
box: anlck-froaen spinach baa been soup I
s caps boiling water salted water. Crash bay leaf and add and a of decaffeinated' coffee It
t tablespoon butter melted simmer until all ingredients are cubes so that your thirst-quenching i iI
1 tablespoon flour thoroughly cooked together. Serve beverage wont **. weakened ky I

M cap light cream the sauce hot over the spare ribs. melting ice. '

__u_ __ C. H. DENBY :

ROT -a or APPLICATION Theonset d sold prnerts .ader NOTICE OF BIDS |I I
rOB TAX DKID the MM errtbfkae Was /o W meow of17k1slo
Chapter nut-A... MMnirlraw sun W
File AM n r- B bids will be received .
devoted wading to .... tM progeny for Juri:i
B NOTICE. Hider.is HEREBY. GIVEN theft r. c.rwlon. described. demon will k. MM in the kark.M .. Wishing 12 months' supply of gas-,
d Sutt and County Tu
O-nUlonl* .... ITM tonwl 11oo led day rim balder Hominy nt the In Court the month Mount. deep of OctoMIMS the-. olne, fuel oil, kerosene and lubricating Phone 39
Q vfflen, M4 maw wkkk fc tko stn fey *f OetoWr. oil to the city of Homestead.|
ban Dads nrnHMtion In
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ku dart pee W fcra-4. thereat. saw 1N Pears this. lath. S Am*. iMt. I Information as to quantities end i, Homestead, Fla.
jmirtau eobe..o 1Ioo.oIIowIq d0 .deny B. UATHSCINAMCkrrk specifications be ob/ained:
..... J: rflBMt 1Ioo' faro JL. d Dealtsharo.e nTcirralt Counv. norM GeriDadw I I the office of the city clerk. atl (Over Brown'i Drug Store
Trnrt. n ..... 11 Boot f .. Pnn I1.. heels" Coding law I :R. 1:. EDWARDSCity j
nMM Cn-.tr d Dnd But .< rtort.LM .y N 0. 5TEMITT. D. C clerk. .
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Pare Eight HOMESTEAD_LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, September, 4.194J

:Cryptostegia Has Possibilities [I Mrs. Suber Appointed f f storage facilities have been pro-'that arrangements had been madl
I II Municipal LibrarianMrs. I vided, fuel tank have been located 1 for flying military aircraft to th| "e

As Rubber Plant Says Dr. Ruehle and a small administration United Nations, Pan American Ai ,
Fred T. Suber building has been constructed. |Ferries has been flying plane fo "
was appointed
-- Light and power line from the government to the Allied battle
librarian of Lily Lawrence Bow
Th Far East became the world'i castlllla trees, goldenrod and cryp-: Homestead were completed last zone in Africa and the Middle
jeateit supply of natural rub- tostegla, none of which produce board Library at a meeting 27. of She the library week and Installation of telephones East and beyond. Today it I*]
on succeeds
let because of research conducted I latex in sufficient quantities to at the administration offices part of the vast air transportatiorJ
Mrs. J. E. Gauzens who resigned
'>y the British and Dutch inter- be practical commercially.; Cryp- several week ago. was completed yesterday.A system; which i* supervised by thcf

'IU, Dr. Ceo. D. Ruehle plant tostegla has the best possibilities, Mrs. Suber was graduated from general cafeteria lot the air transport command under Gen 'r
vthologlst and bead of the Subtropical and experiment stations are workIng Andrew College at Cuthbert Ga., flight and mechanical personnelwas George. \J
Experiment Station here,l on tests to develop\ it." and "(he has taken graduate work opened last week, In time to
'old the Redland District Uont Dr. Ruehle concluded with the at Georgia University. Before her be the seen of the luncheon for ,-
rub In a talk on the tourcea of observation that the most optimistic marriage she taught Latin and '[Gen. George. The cafeteria build- NO COMMENT

ubber Tuesday night 'I estimates show that it will Spanish In the high schools of ling wa added to those originally;
The haves tree the best I be IHS before all source of natural Barwick, Ga., Plant City and built at Camp South Dade, almost (Continued from Page One) '
-f natural rubber Is a native, of rubber can produce enough Homestead. She also had charge opposite the southern edge of the however, the report was described
he Amazon basin where it grows I to supply one-fourth of the world'sneeds. of the library at Barwick High' air base, to house migratory farm a* crewy".
did about one tree to the acre School. laborers. The camp wa leased by Navy officer referred the Leader -
e ssld. "In plantations, they are l Pan American Air Ferries from
Musical entertainment was by Library hours remain the same: to a statement authorized by
ft about ninety to the acre and Roy; L. Nelson who played a num- 9:30 to 11:30: and 3 to 8 each weekday the Farm Security Administration the navy Wednesday In which the
I reduce as high as 1,900: pounds ber of violin selections. and Ito 9 on Saturday night to provjde housing and administration commandant of the Key West naval -
of raw rubber to the acre. 'I John C. Reed and Theodore E. I facilities for the light station wa quoted a* having
Seven thousand of these trees Stadig were welcomed as new TWIN MARMOSETS SOfcM training school. It contains more asked his forces to "exercise the

/ere smuggled ot England where members by Past President S. J. Twin were born Friday to the'than a hundred twoand three- utmost economy In the use of
'ie Kew Gardens crew seedlings room units school and
Lynch. pair of marmosets buildings, water Inasmuch a* the operating
at the
fhlch were used to start the now DuMond assembly halls. Various alterations
Explanation of the new standards Monkey Jungle. base Is not yet receiving freshwater
alt plantations of the Far East for fertilizers will be made Marmoset the adapting the buildings for PAAF'suse from the Homestead pipe R
are world'ssmallest
the latex Is contained in the bark by Herman Fultz of Miami at next monkeys, Mr. DuMond are practically completed. The line. . The date that water can I,
nd trill must be seven or eight ground school '
week's meeting.Tallahassee now maintained by be expected i* indefinite" ;
1 says.Educators
ears old before harvesting be- r Pan American Air Ferries at 119th Lieut. K. M. Fenwick, public
ins. Trees are tapped every otheray 11 street, Miami will move its operatlons works officer at the naval statio'i, h
by lathing the bark and .al- Urge High School Pupils into these buildings.On was quoted a* saying: :':
twlng the latex to run Into cups I Aug. 28, week before be "Initial technical difficulties are
applng la done early in the morn- I To Take War Time Physics and MathIn visited the Homestead airport, to be expected on a project a*
during the dry season. The ; "
ig Gen. George presented 61 Junior complicated as this. I
tex la coagulated with acid and I transport pilots with their wings
I ; .r.d.I
ired by drying the open air or Sept. 3-Florida's' tenth and eleventh at graduation exercises held 10
r smoking. I high school pupils were urged today -' Trigonometry should be required I Pan American Air Ferries flight CANNON :.
"American rubber concerns ben to face the future by selectIng of all senior boy and recommended I training school on 118th street,
experimenting In Liberia, the "those so-called hard subjects, for all senior girls who I Miami. '
hfllpplnes and Central America I which make good soldiers and have not ,had algebra and>> gebme- I lien (Continued from Page One)
: I wh* are admitted to the
urlng the 1920's when a British skilled workers-mathematics and I t try. tn school*, where courses has been and still I I. being don
nd Dutch cartel controlled the [I physical science." I must be alternated, mathematics air transport training are alreadyexperienced will prevent the recurrence ef *

rice on raw rubber. The U. S. This "call to the colors" on the essentials may be given to junior]I J'Dota-ar.duatee of post war collapse or depressionsuch
'epartment of agriculture also has part of pupils la made by 86 high It should be required of all senior' the Civilian Pilot Training Program as that which followed World
) with several
hundred hours
: artled on experiments for many school teachers and principalswho boys who are not taking trigonometry War IV
of solo
flying to their credit. Cannon' talk
ears and has surveyed; all the spent the month of August Trigonometry should beemphasized. I Congressman ,
Without the instruction that Pan mid at the invitation of the Rotary -
western hemisphere for new at the University of Florida studying If solid geometry !I.
,ources of rubber. In time we ways of making mathematicsand offered, it should follow trigo American Air Ferries gives them, Club was marked by sincerity -
physics of greater value in : however, they would never lit able and feeling In opinions ex::
vlll have a rubber Industry the nometry. All I of the courses in I
Vmerlca* which will be the war effort Most of them have the regular sequence should be' to get a multi- motored plane, pressed by members of the club .,
l such a* an air transport or bomber, afterwards it was described a*
'ent of the Far East. been studying theory of flight, the enriched with probelmt directly ,
Ind.pen-I weather, and air navigation.This off the ground. inspiring and clarifying with regard
"The guayale; desert applicable to wartime needs.
hlch grows profusely 'I program was sponsored by II Ever since President Roosevelt I to what 1* being accomplishedin

lutbwest and in Mexico is an- the state department of education announced more than a year ago the war effort

: 'her source of rubber. The plant and the Association of County FAIR PARITIESContinued I
ntalns latex in all except the Superintendents. A report of i t

awes and require only four recommended policies Includes the ( from Page One) ,. ,
-an to produce. So far the beat following: clssltudes that had brought the .,
old from this plant has been Wartime physics; and mathematics average returns dawn since the
10 pounds to the acre. essentials should be, taught 1(24-29 period to show that the PromotionsA
"Host recent plant to be used this year in all senior high school returns of recent years should not
< this country Is the dandelion and should be considered as basic bear too heavily In determiningthe
whch Russia obtained most pre-flight education.
om comparable price when and
her supply. The root of this In schools which have Inadequate U a ceiling should be fixed.

ant which U grown as a field equipment there should be California representatives con-
op much like sugar beets con- I discarded gas engine taken curred in the Florida arguments, A does not come from hard
Ins the rubber. Roots ar| apart and cleaned up, for detail and also admitted that the $178 a
caned, sliced, dried and cooked I study of physical principle ton figure would be an acceptable work. Your achievements, not ordinary *

; > extract the rubber. An acre :Teaching should be for mastery ofessential comparable price on avocado i
III grow from three to six tons of concepts rather than Mothers and Piowaty appeared work or lone hour, designatethe
ate which will yield from 30 to covering the whole book, with
; a* witnesses testifying to briefs
1 pounds ot rubber. White this special opportunities for more tal- presented by Florida, California, the of your par.I .

ems small, this crop can beads ented pupils.In Texas and Arizona! In the citrus I
in one year or less and some general, algebra should be division, and by Florida and California -II I
the machinery used In ...tntt'nl required at a ninth grad subject in the avocado division.
sugar from Wet can be used and the court should be adjusted Parity on oranges wa fixed at! Raise yourself-make yourself better.

I i extract the rabbet front thee to the practical wartime need of 110 per cent of the average tot the I
Make work better.
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