Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00560
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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 18, 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: VID00560
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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i 31-No. 3S. Homestead, Florida, Friday September 18. 1942 Price 5 Cent

:: :Growers Must Press Labor Needs I

. Immediately, Chandler Discloses i

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High School Consolidations TO TAP BAHAMA RESERVOIR


r WOULD SAVE.!Army Major in Hawaii Hears Crying. U. S..PLACEINT OFFICER '

:Of His Daughter in HomesteadThe -

With farmers already planting
: crying of Ann Klngman cots Col., and Mrs Ralph W. THIS AREA WILL '
land grapefruit aimed
pine crops
$24,840AYEARBOARD I'Weber, born Monday: in JamesArcaer Klngman of Kingman road. .
Mrs, Weber succeeded getting :ready to be picked, and Carloads
{Smith Hospital at Homestead a UUphoM connection through to HAVE SCRAP ON i of seed potatoes arriving steadilyfor

WM heard Tuesday 1ft' Ha- her husband Tuesday morning by early planting the demand for
IS TOLD watt by her father Major Frederick prearrangement Dr. J. A Smith "VIctORY THATThe II farm labor has stepped 'out of the
X. Weber. and Dr. A. M. Logan'supportedher future Into the present tense and
I Major Weber. eeeompanieo' by on the bed.while the talked growers are bidding against each
Consolidation ;;Altft ...8. law. I Mn Weber and heir three other over the /11.BOO .mile circuit, anda Redland District will leave \J\tr't'Ytn at this early 'date for ;
cmJHrWL.WM stationed at Honohri -' mm gave the baby just' enough a,err :tot scrap metal m' 1M "Ofl- any labor available In Miami v 'r
L'J riUtie> H Hssnaalaad *a*>K. l: :+.iira,_ thai,ftfpt,ttekeii fttrl Of t speak to make it try into the t4Victory"train That wiU leave Other parts ef Dade dw My, K eat
land, long talked tee. QrfjMnefrar1 Karoo'...,1$4..4 emained !e ddt); MepteM JMuthplec Miami toon to pick up! 'scrap from reported hare yesterday.
that'. ro 1 a3d} acc y:;.:*et.a.*i>upill 0d4I"7" "and .An pavtMpatiiK pestles but the at leeet nine allies thus tar "The time bas come," rid L L.
but elf M the )ee UUH themselves the children remained "with him d y-m girt weft too thrilled'to pledged to flU the freight 'ears, Chandler leader' of the movementto
initiate I until the departure of the )tart convey -[have much to say. Ann, however, destination of which ..will be e import Bahaman farm,labor to
to was recommended by of civilians. MM and Birmingham' steel jniU.Oeo. ,
protected luatlly- with ;very indignant work Florida crops RIll winter,
'Supt. Ja.M. T. Wilson to the I children art guests of' her par ounce of her eight,pounds. N. Wekefield, chairman of "lot Drawers who signed the survey -
courtly board!! of public Instruction 9-6 -- n...Wai. salvage committee, said' applications to the United
Wedpesday along with other COB Florida yesterday that arrangements are .I States Employment Service, to
U. Gets Most Local Youths
.salldatlons ad chances which he being made to' have lime of the follow up with personal confirmation -
120,000 pounds tt scrap metal collected to. the Miami office of that
laid Would effect a total savingof As Sixteen Enroll at Gainesville In thin area since the drive agency, saying in substance:

I24.ft'.' in the- .year's- budset. i started, leaded on a car of the "'I am ready for the men I
Supt. Wilson suggested that Sixteen youths from the' Red- : Victory train said rd need to put out my crop .I
EXTENDED DRIVE' He urged that the drive be ron '
senior blJltudenta now attending 'land.District are enrolling et (heUniversity Please get them for me/
Redland Farm Life School, '( tlnued in order that as much "This will start the machinery
could be sent to Homestead and TO of Florida in Gainesville metal as pott'ble be contributed to moving that will assure us II.
all junior high students now attending FOR RECORDS this week. 1 the Victory train. Sheet metal enough help to make and harvestour
Homestead could be tent Robert Caves, son of Mr. and from automobile bodies and electric crops this seaion The federal
to Redland. END HERE OCT. 1 Mrs. W. 1!. Caves, 'who receiveda stoves has no value because employment service must
The .f the low rate on tt and the tx9enae ,
economies recommended] by B. S. in June win take graduate make an effort to find us the nec
''the county superintendent included of transportation from here "" 1'1lelp.. If It can not find t
sending the 2ft junior high The records-fer-our-flgbtlng- work In chemistry. to Miami Mr. Wakefield said. !us adequate or competent farm '
pupils at Ferrine to either Red- men drive, extended from Aug. 21 Harvey Rue son of Mr. and Mrs.Frank labor, we win then be permittedto
land junior high or to Ponce dr to Oct. X, win wind up successfully B Rue will be a senior tn : draw on the Bahama Islands :
Leon which Is two miles north of at far as John G. Salley Post, business; administration. He has NAVY RECRUITER I'.for crop hands.
South Miami en the Miami-Home, American Legion, fa cOncerned. had three years of training in the "However, we have got to comply )
stead highway, and 'discontinuance Since extension of the drive Wilt Reserve Officers: Training Corps HERE SATURDAYAT with the requirement to register i
ef elaaias at Central School: announced, 300 records have been where he has attained' the rank of our needs with the United
buililAej, which IB used mainlyto turned into Legion headquartn; sergeant, and this. summer be I Stales Employment Service. The
how the administrative offices -' says Adjutant Wm. J.,Geronimo. I served IB clerk M the Homesteadair LEGION HALL figures In the survey, amounted i
of the county school system.Mr. Nineteen hundred sixty records base> office of the U. S. Army I only to an estimate of our needs,
Wilson said that his recommended were th'pped! from Homestead engineers. Legion Ran will be turned Into Now we must write or go to the
consolidations would release Aug 21, exceeding the post quota' Herbert Booth'ton. of Mrs. Af- a temporary navy recruiting substation United States Employment Serv-
nine teachers needed elsewhere by ISO. I villa ,Booth, will return as a Jun! Saturday when AlVin C. ice and confirm our estimates and
The economies to be effected Persons who still c.n" dig up ior. He also has the rank of sergeant -' Bailey chief apeelalnt from the get the employmenat agency moving -
thereby are made necessaryby some old records are urged to do' In the R. 0. T. C. and has Miami navy recruiting station -and we must do it now."
the uncertainty of finances for so at once. They can be left atLgion been drilling freshmen. Allen will spend the day there for the Mf. Chandler said this confirmation -
the schools this year, he told a hall or with Joel J. Robinson -'. Pope, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R purpose of accepting applicationsfor p-f farm labor needs mud
delegation of mothers present at at the local moving picture Pope will return as a junior. enlistment. be done within the next several
the board, meeting to protest the theatre-or a call to Phone 73 will' Pour of the sixteen will be There are openings in the navy days, before the arrival hen of n
discontinuance of classes at On- br'ng! a car to your'house to get classed as sophomores: Edward for negroes as well as white men federal placement officer from the
(Continued OB Page Seven) 1 them. I Kirby, ton o( Mt. and Mrs. T E Chief Specialist Bailey IIld.I employment service

Fred Fuchs, Jr., oi
Kirby; son
Aircraft Woodwork Instructor Made Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fudhs; Billy Weaknesses of Japs Described 'by Lee :
Campbell, son*f Mrs Mae Campbell I 1:1

I Head of H.H.S. Manual Training Dept.I Jr., of son Nartnja of Mr.; and and John.Mrs.Brown John Who Served With Them in World War I

Brown of Narsnja |
Lieut. Col. Alva Lee of Silver Wai,when ht served with allied
'!'tIN. Stark, who taught prise j t.1>20 and taught at Andrew Jackson Of the eight who will enter the troops under Japanese commanders
freshman class, four, Q. Lowe Palm whp was called from the
winning manual training classes], from 1828 to 1MO. HU Col. Lee said that "the Jipcan't <
lasses repeatedly won cups in Carl Frederick James Sullivan retired list to active service with
I touch our men any place"except
at Andrew Jackson High
county-wide manual training exhibits and Forrest Bell, are graduates of the army In April, told the homestead for their ability to exist
uTHiemi ..n'.nd
for 14 duringthe After leaving the school Homestead High School.
Rotary Club Wednesdaythat oq about one-fourth the ration
1 past'year taught woodwork M 'system he taught woodworkingat The others, Blair Hlckson, H. A. 'things ire going better" that an American tidier needs to
rmbry-Riddle School of Aviation,I the C.:: C. C. camp at Amen Jr, Wilbur Peeples and every week In the conduct of the keep him going. The Jape and
hat been obtained as Instructor in '.Kendall He severed his connection (Continued on.Page Seven) war and the defense of the Florida the Germans never relax or let
manual training and mechanical I with Embry-Riddle to accept. coast line. down. They are kept at a highpoint
drawing at Homestead High .I appointment to the Homestead I THE WEATHER Cot. Lee laid he felt so more of nervous tension, he said.
School. He fills a vacancy caused I school, than ever after a visit in M ami by the urg.ng; of their officers and
by tie resignation of C. H. Rice A widower Mr. Stark has one OffKM weather-repor) ef the with Admiral "Reggie" Kaufman, by their own feeling that they
to take a position at assistant engineer soft who Is a gunner In the navy Subtropical Experiment Station, commander of the Seventh Naval must perform the feats of super
in a government ordnance and another son who .la in civil Homestead Florida. District, an old classmate. Col.I I men As a consequrmee, they

plant service with the navy Six' yeas n"o ....,."..I a.t IUM Lee. 'who h serving tllltfe Lieut' crack easily when American troop
Mr. Stark came to laIf '10,be acquired property Interests Sept 1*. _ Mj 73 13004): ) CM Gen. Summerville In the SOS are Just beginning to get their
1ft. He studied at th-O University ! In Redland but he It residing Sept. 11 M Tl 21'IT) 1STMM (service of supply arrived here'' wind, he aald.Cel. .
of Florida at the University I at the BaUer House la Homestead." Sept. 12. -' I 0.37 Sunday to visit his family while Lee told the Rotes of n.d:: where he maJored I Sixty-four pupils are enrolled Sept 13_ M a j jM I engaged in a tour of duty. should try to live la Washingtona
In vocational education,' In manual training while U are Sept 14 a'' i Explaining that he had opportunity .. while to fully appreciate the
"guidancesupervision, and admin taking mechanical drawing, Mr. Sept IS '14 MM| to learn something of the "God's country we have down .
istration. He came to Miami in Stark said. Sept 1'_ '1'f It |130.031 Japanese during the first World I.lIII'.."

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Pare Two HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, September 18, 1'942 :\;;:

SUBSCRIPTION BLANK' auld Use 2 Cents 'of Gas ;

i i I of County Roads, Bonds_ ] I

Leader-Enterprise ._.._...... ..._., 1942 <
14 N. W. Third Street, I )-A the construction and maintenance .
1 Homestead Fla. inform of county roads. Voters art urgedto
I make sure that theytre properly "I
the ad registered and to vote_toJ. the 1
Inclosed herewith is 11.00 for which send old L amendment ...' _

the Leader for one year to: died elec Ii
/ Miami week

ness, MAKE 4
Name ._._.......__...._--'.-._.._ ternoon in
I Rev.byterlan Fewer Calls i

Mail Address....._..............__...._........ i Burial amend'
I.t The

.........................................-........................-... I I charge Turner as,the on' EVERY DAYIn .1
Mr. I'
.ll.SO If paper If to be mailed outside Dade County. a wartime),war needs must 'I
I for 33 pointed, have This/ In.
station of this right-of-way. j
... FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE Coulda save eludes last telephone sere
i ke for war agencies and 1
cent same I

Redland First Aid Post Organizing I I of A that for and fu- I weapon Industries/ producing war_ ;

I II To / this
I provide
Poet .
At Meetings Held on Thursday nightsA an made long distance/ and local tele-,
I Ian sev phone lines, now crowded
of ] with the greatest velum
Redland First Aid Post, memo Redland, It captain.At master
and A. present of call in history, mutt be
bership In which will be confined least twenty members are
11 other kept door of nonostentlolmessage
Naranja 1
needed to man the post, Mr. Old-
to residents north of Waldln! drive *. Ordinary
Eastern peace
I ham said, and he asked that residents -
and west of Farm Ufe School of the area north of Waldin ber of to time uses of the telephone)
road Is In process of organization drive and west of Farm Life road Club. QlIOhr'V: ': mutt yield right-of-way/ to r
volunteer at for by war. business. sIf
at meetings which are being once service by
Marie tunes normal ,.,.'
were .
held every Thursday night at I calling Mrs. ; whose telephone .
H. H. of wldWI facilities .
o'clock In the clubhouse of the number is MO-M-2. *
Torbert to be handle Hits
Woman's Club of the Redlands. It is not necessary for volunteer ; growing volume* "
of ad- of call but ,
nieces ,
Redland road and Coconut Palm to have first aid training In today mate .
drive. order to Join the post Captain ade rial needed for telephone)
The Redland putt Is being organized Greene said, but each member Mrs. : county construction ore going t* 'n
under the supervision of must agree to take a course in dis war-where oil of m are :
\ Ceo. B. Oldham of Princeton, first aid at the first opportunity.Such district glad to hare them go. .J
supervisor of South Dade emergency a course will be given at the .Mr. such Therefore we ore asking y
medical unit for the Dade Redland First Aid Post by Miss Barnes for telephone inert to make i
I County Defense Council. Mrs H. Sue Robinson when the member- Prof )(0% fewer long distance and lo. \
S. Greene, registered nurse of ship wa"antllt. ( grow roads cal call to a* to help keep
drive, freeing telephone line clear for 1\
and ar*
MOTHER OF FOUR Evening Clothes Worn Mrs. E and vital war coll.

At Lions' Dinner broker Barnes roads How /ou Cii Helplong

1 LYON BROTHERS I grove. l res I \
Garbed In plain and fancy Mr. Distance Cells ,

IS LAID TO RESTAfter Redland aprons, several District, member Lions of Club the Catlln land of .to .the of make only MM on"oleo n.ee..71e.rl.esee ..,

with .... ...
an I H N> yew t o. aw
l served as waiters Tuesday night are now : : ::n I II """-.. sere and I p....., e
an Illness of more than a and provided service which can ,reports. to ...4 7 ... atj ..etar ep,..
,year and a half, Mrs. Cora Ellen best be described at extraordinary.They man of with I seer near year estepb.ehas
,I pub- yea have placed year ect).
Lyon, T4, of Longview, widow of were directed by Ed Calla- shop at coun tans mhN yea we" N my ..
the late Henry M. Lyon, died Sun- her and Charlie Pratt, both appropriately Pan ( I ,,eke peer ..a.eaee.a ,a.
jday afternoon at the home of her I attired in evening at Mid so ...
,IOn and daughter-in-law, Mr. and clothes-thoee that pull over the reve- tt h..ver P"0048,east by.-.-
.14.... Virgil D. Lyon, HIT N. W.I head and reach the ankles. Day ,ed local Call
First Homestead. Lions were offered their choiceof Every and was yew golf....' epaaImply ...
street three dinners, but through some real I eves e..eGeory ....
Funeral services were held at mix-up In' the kitchen where lyera M awe to Paolo" year n6 ofei
I p. m. Monday In Turner Funeral Walter TslbotC piVvdeM as'chief 1.., bridge the .....
Home, conducted by Dr. J. E. chef, all the dinner served were Our I will look cephers you are .d ease.
Johnstone pastor bf the First alike and they did not remotely In due time provide large sums for!I .. sad,help avow.the Somme.

Music Baptist included Church singing of Homestead.of the I resemble the order, I' ...of .n.a;;g.;.e;;.ah.a.;:;... "a"'

hymn "Jesus Savior, Pilot Me"| .I f..N.. year wave,. sea..:
by the choir of the Homestead i I IDRIVER'S 'I seedless see Nth. soapbes.,
Methodist Church, of which Mrs.I I RENEW YOUR 1942
Lyon'i son, Irving, is director, and, HOTEL SoDTHEftnBatTEurHonEflllD
a solo by Mrs. Lewis Branden
burg. "Face to Face". I TELEGRAPH C0IHPJIM
Burial was In Palm Cemetery at PATRICIA I Iesaar..Arts
Naranja. Pall bearer were B. C. LICENSEBy
Murphy Roy Chandler: D. L>
Bowen, Ivan Moser Joe L. Burton 312 S. E. 2nd A\'e. I
I and Lewis Brandenburg. #
Mn. Lyon was born Cora Ellen MIAMI I
Dimon In Maple Rapid, Mich. October 1 II EXPERTBARBERING
on May 29, 1188. She received I ;
> her education In various public I Overlooking bay and rift!'. .
schools which she attended In the!
Two block frees nester
central part of that state. On! I
Aug. II. 1880, she was martied to,' Street ."

Henry Martyn Lyon of Clinton' Quiet, eeol,' comfortable.. S. L. KENDRICKJUSTICE BalKBt _,.. _... "__ Me
County, Mich, who operated a'' 1 J I II I Shave __ tit ;;
flourishing fruit farm known as Refined atasetaihen.. Shampoo _..
OF PEACE OFFICE (plain). .. __ Sot
the Lyon Peach Orchard. In 1KX, I
the Lyon f.mllylen the farm and: : I shampoo (Medicated)._ 7Se j
moved to Stanton. Mich, where I SPECIAL RATES Homestead FloridaOPEN Stag-,- Me II
they resided for II year I i I nOM 7 A. M. TO.1' P. M. DAILY I FaeW _SIt

IB 111', after a short residence TO SOUTH DADERS I INCLUDING SUNDAY I Facial Pack ____ 'lie
j In Sheridan Mich. they moved, I 1 Ceaabuutle. l'aelaL1Se t
to Florida and settled In the i
present Lyon home on Longview: $1.50 Single I I Netacb.r.... -___.2Se
road four mile southwest of I Trim ItsBUSH'S
$%JO Double
Homestead. It wa here that Mr*.: ;
l4ron spent her last day, except 1

for the when final she ten was day moved of her to Illness -I -' I DR. C.. H. DENBY ,

home of Mr. and Mr*. Virgil )
In Homestead th'l Btu ewnJc" to finish Osteopathic Physician, BarberShop 4
whose husband
Mrs. Lyon

last February I* survived only fra..aeu.g veer .......-... Phone 39Homestead OnxCUy BaB.. ........ ,
her four son, who comprise I .
widely known Lyon' Brothers aaether trio Cwllldl .seer ps. 1.(
Quartet of Homestead: Irving J, Fla.
Ufte glees and .
Harold B. Don and Virgil D. AD
(Over Brown' Drug Store)
tour of them, together with Mrs. rffE
Virgil Lyon were at Mrs Lyon'i :::;

bedside when death e-. -,.-

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Friday, September IS, 1942 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Paw Three

.. '* '* ,.. .. I Robert Rivers, Alvin Prothero,"DnlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllmmUIIIII: the rest of the ball team. ,
. Edw. Burr and Cohen Leggett "Mrs. Clyde Lowe was operated ( I
I' all graduates of Redland High I on for appendicitis by Dr.
j School who have been employed 20 Years Ago Martin and Dr. Tower at the I

by Pan American Airways, left' for Postgraduate Hospital." '
-= Camp Blending Tuesday. -"Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Rue entertained t
I a number of friends at
n. rdM"I"e a.r we -
Lieut. Fitzpatrick |craft targets is one of the most James B. Hardy, Jr., left for be.n from tan .r 5...s...annw..e.. . I cards at their-home on Palmetto >
Serves in War Zone complete, for regardless of his Camp Blending last week. Y-... SMth fhfM. a*.M u3 itreet. ." I
f place in the army, the Americansoldier . .aat.aoant..ww..enillluullllUullmumulultliilt -"Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Fitch and '
I MM2ur< .
Lieut must learn to shoot-and Barney Godwin of the CoastGuard Family returned last week from
Francis H. Fitzpatrick Is
fie shoot straight.Smith . I son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. : thought to In Australia or New \
I Godwin, Is home on a brief leaveof coast. . ." } ,
In a letter received recently and Hathaway I II absence. Sept 14, lit 500 citizens of Red-
by his parents, Mr. and ft ft"Abol1t
Mn. R. H. Fitzpatrick, he mentions .I Are Made Corporals e e -"Th. annual election of officers land Homestead, Florida City and
enjoyable parties that artliven I Horace Gooding who Is stationed of the Parent-Teacher Association I other parts of the county JoinedIn
on the U. S. S. Clemson spent the held at the schoolhouse
wa Labor Day the ,
every Sunday. Since he The promotion to corporal of celebrating on y II
._ went overseas, the tint of June,'Private First Class Letter B. week-end In Florida City with his on Monday night . The new athletic field by the Woman's "'
"> two cable messages from him and Smith of Homestead, was announced parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. results were: president Mrs. W.' Club In Redland. . ." r
1 seven letters have come through.+ recently by the Harbor Gooding. J. Krome; vice-president Miss -"Mrs. Leach Is enjoying a ,
Ensign M. E. Potter of the I Aycock; secretary, Mrs. L R. Matthews .)
navy Defenses of Key West, where Cor- visit with her daughter and husband -
yard at Norfolk, husband of Lieut i, poral Smith Is stationed with the Certificates AwardedTo ; "treasurer, Mrs. E. A. Mr. and Mrs. Archer who tl I

Fitzpatrlck'f sister, the former!I U. S. Army. Corporal Smith as First Aid ClassesRed Froscher. arrived Wednesday." (Florida
Mitt Louie Long Fitzpatrick, la on Inducted Into the army at Camp "Sunday a party of Homestead City) I I'I'I

sick leave at his home In Warehouse -I Blinding and was stationed at Cross certificates were girls left for to Women attend at Florida Tallahassee.State: -"r. L. Webster has completedhis ,
", Point, Conn.. became of a Fort Crockett Tex.. and Fort College
awarded Friday to the following Those going were: Misses Esther' plans, and has started work i ia
broken right arm. Mac Arthur, Cal.. before being assigned \
members of Frank W. SUllman's on $12,000 apartment house on
Nina Drew
j Livingston, Dorothy
J to his present station. afternoon and evening classes In Tower, Lois Moter and Stella(Mowry street. It will be 88 US '1)
Robert Bell Is Now I The promotion to technician first aid: Howard R. Lamb, C. N. Hook. . .. feet . and consist of 14 apart.
Puerto Rico Corporal corporal of Private First Class Gram Chas. J. Fay, John W -The Key West visitors ments . .built on the Spanish II
James W. Hathaway of Gould. Walker. Fred Jordan. John D. (ball team) were entertained at the plan having an open court in the ,1
also, was announced recently by Wysong. Walter Jones, Wm. H. Goulds house center. . ." +Ii
,, Borlnquen Field Puerto Rico, the Harbor Defense of Key West Wysong, R. E. Edwards, T. C. packing Wednesday" ". r.
\ night with a big dance. . . Organization of a town M
Aug. H-Robert W Belpef Homestead '
Shackleford, T. S. Stark, Mrs. H.
"Douglass Tower had a partyof band was affected Friday night '
Fla.) has recently een pro S. Greene and Miss Estelle Tur-
Howard Lamb
Assigned 1
moted to corporal the'f\rmY AirCorps young friends as guests at a In the town hall. Harold Lyon
,I To Bomber SquadronHoward ner.The birthday party at his home on unanimously chosen leader '!
to word
according just received -
here.. classes have met on Wednesdays Saturday. The guests were Charlie and Percy Manley, organizer. At : ,
I and Fridays In the Neva Brooker Orlando Wollam, present there are about a dozen
AelU son of Mr. and Mr RobertBell Lamb, Jr. received a
King Cooper School. Weston Fuller Edwin Caplinger members: Harold _Lyon, leader,
entered the service in August, diploma Saturday night from the I
Interested in theatand.rd
taking Davis, solo
and Cole Redd. solo cornet; Mr. cornet
KMUHe Is now serving in Puerto armament school In the U. S. Air
Rica Corps at Lowry Field, Denver, and course or an advanced -"We are to have city water ; W. H. Sheffield, first cornet;
course are asked to notify Mr. from wells I Don Lyon, clarinet; Roy Matthews,
. ,* Is now ready to serve in a squadron our new deep-driven ,
Stillman, and if the number war
of bombers. ,Inside of 60 days. saxophone; Percy Manley, alto
Lieut. Herbert Graham During several week-ends he rants, a new class or classes will -"E. H. Brandenburg returned horn; Joe Simmons, slide trom-

Promoted in Alabama has been a guest at the home of be formed. rent'if' vacation trip to Georgia." bone; Irving Lyon, barytone. Virgil t

C E. Elchenberger's mother and ';"W? D.; Horn who has been H Lyon, bass horn; and Mr

"'fort ',McClellan, Ala, Sept 17-I sister In Denver, and he has en-,Army Changes DisplayOf Cuba the past two weeks returned Smith, drums and traps. , ."" r

Herbert It. Graham of Naranja, Joyed various mountain trips, according I Airplane Insignia home Saturday night."
Fla, has been promoted from second I to word received by his _"C. W. Camp left Monday for NEW HYMNALS ARRIVE
lieutenant to first lieutenantin parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard MacDill Field. Tampa, Sept 17 his home In Arizona after a three The board of Christian education
the B. L R. T. C. here, according Lamb -Th. comm.ndin"en.ral, Third I months stay here with Mrs. will have charge of service
I .
to an order issued by the Bomber Command, MacDill Field,, C mp,7 at the Homestead Methodist
:Wag :Department. He .li serving Recuperating Aviator received word today of a further,! "Delivering his first sermonIn Church Sunday night
here at supply officer of the sixth Visits Relatives Here change in the display insignia of: Homestead on Sunday the Rev. New hymn books, "The Cokes-

Battalion. I army airplanes. Henceforth, Instead 'Ch... N. Walker, pastor of the bury Worship Hymnal", will be
Lieutenant" Graham was caUed Army Air Corps Lieut BarneyE. of being carried on bothwings I Baptist Church, made a fine Im- used for the first time at this
to .etlv 'ciu17'on March 4. 1041.He. . Turner, on furlough from Brad I upper and under surface, pression on the congregation." service.
.. had previously received his the five-ointed white star, circumscribed
ley Field, Windsor Locks, Conn.,
reservecommission upon completion (Ito visit his parent Mr. and Mrs. by a blue circle, will Sept. 7, 1922"Homestead I
<()f the ROTC course at the; Robert B. Turner of Miami, formerly be carried only on the upper left High School op- Appetising 1
University Florida. At the of Redland, spent Saturday In wing surface, the under right wing ened with an enrollment of
time of his entrance into the I' . ."
I Homestead visiting his uncle and surface and on both sides of the M. SANDWICHES
service, Lieutenant Graham was aunt, Mr. and Mr*. Chas: G. Turner fuselage.The --"Attended by the largest
employed a chemical engineerby ,' and family. He left Satur- red disc, formerly Inscribed gathering of Its kind in Homestead DRINKS !

tion the tn'Ba1tlnore.Lleuten."t Activated. Alum Corpora'I dory night on his return, but will In the star, was, eliminated from the funeral services for Mrs. SHORT ORDERSDICK'S ,
\ stop en route to visit his brother, the Insignia on all army combat,Anna Fuchs were held at the
Graham li married.!Lieut Robert B. Turner. Jr. U. S. planes May IS,, 1MJ, and on all Baptist church on Sunday . The .t I :
His wife; Mn. WlUyne E. Craham. -t Infantry, at Fort Bennlng, Ga. other army planes June IS. The esteem In which the deceased was
resides at 227 E.' ,St John .Lieut Barney SU11 recuperatingfrom former' red, white and blue tail held Is shown by the number and BARBECUE ;
street Lake City, Fla. injuries and bums sustained marklnpa- were eliminated at the'beauty, of the floral offerings
Lieutenant Graham Is stationed same time. which adorned the altar and the
when his plane crashed; at Brad- _
aflhe Branch Immaterial Replacement C. S. 1 st Itk Street
ley Field five weeks ago. grave. I
training Center, which gives f ." ;! '." HeotecteaJ Hertte I
tREAD ,WANT-ADS "Mrs. Smith and Archie wentto
a course of basic military training J
to condition each trainee physically George N. Wlngate I Jr,. of Key West with DC. Smith and

and mentally, for advanced Homestead was .oneof 11 men
work in the particular :arm, ttservice who enlisted In ,the navy at the
of the army to which he Miami recruiting station Tuesday,
may be assigned. Men are sent announces Lieut M. C. Rhodes.
from this tamp to all branches of Jr. officer in charge. I
the service, according to their
qualifications.Fort Clinton Bishop who recently enlisted 1943
McClellan is near Annlston I In the Coast Guard and was

Ala. northeast of Birmingham, In I assigned to the Miami area, was: '
the southern tip of the,Appalachians. I In Homestead several days this
Its layout of ranges for firing I week sporting his new sailor i: ,
rifles, machine Kuns and automatic -I whites and visiting his parents,
Florida drivers' licenses
state at
rifles at ground and air-(Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Bishop. Buy your

I' the American Legion Tag Office-NOW. You

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do not have to wait, we have the drivers' licenseson

1i i I hand. No application necessary if you pre-

j sent your 1942 driver's license before Oct. 1st.

+ MONDAY TUESDAY WEDHESDI' THURSDAY Tests given every Saturday afternoon from j

1 o'clock to 5 P. M. for those who have not already

passed drivers' test.AmericanLegionTag.
,ToaH be helping everybody it you avoid
week-end trips wheiuvw possible.Thai's I
the time when travel facilities are noct
crowded-4he only time when many war
workers and men on furloughs can go.

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IVMC1PTIO. RATIO MIrR RtAUlasMgrat PURIM, MORMALYttARS is Again w* art liked to comb our:|book" which "e>>u14 be used tot .. .. I II
r MY C-.... .. $1.55tt..rda AOOY 2Xi MILLION TOltS OT W1WHH9 Fpn t9'tMOOO premises for metals. School kids ,
rationing in which i
d lIMe 0--.,__ 5135f.r.1 TON* or T/moHy rui* ouoNrrnt* CTIUINPotiiisiTyrr | any a
.. .... ... -- tinges Mats.. -30,000,000 of them win be enlisted -i shortage occurred' started .
le. M tile tmt *t MMAL VOLIMttt of Islet WO-01o 00W ON AOWMAN to keep the giant steel mills many
m+ 4. FIertM, 686. she eel e0 rooRSTS so A409T N AM Net fa1A going full WuLUn.xpected rumors of further rationing. ;
_, a. ins.

attachedto Shirts mad ; pull-over style ';. '
values are
Hind SightBy from barber shop clippings... I
common product C< am being used to make a solvent. being worn in France accordingto
Annie Markew Pttcpatilck 00 short from Vichy tha I
1 wave -
oil . Second-hand pipe, unearthedIn '
ton' broadcast admits they scratch !
Hind sight is better than 1 Texa. goes into the traas-
tender French skMs.
sight; Florida 'pipeline.Taken .
Consider the public school sys- y

tem. a Lisa out ;general circulationare More shoe leather has been

Think of the subject they cram OK" wtLLNosggwotpiolA electric tan, catfeine( which made available for civilians this

med In your head ";' goes Into "eoladrlnka) and antltreese. country. I
Get out your pencil and list 'em. -
ApnlmtclAUTnYi Disappointment face young I

Reading and writing and spelling i Statue A it 74W1 t.: A619111Rrouutte sters who've been piloting toy aircraft '
Two-ton shoes are restricted.
end.Arithmetic. 2tWO1 all over the house and ,Ird.. '
M 1M ..... fI.-r." . Taxi cab are limited to ,
and sal"0"a" . WPB orders controlling babe
coming going. ruMI M..tlK oti tone within 10 mile of their tt:1 I"
Had they foreseen this World War Awe 2 WWAM I = NvartASS A550 Mood virtually ttissJnato model "
Number TwoIt' t SAN Go" N wee limits. Truck owners are '0-1 planes.A .
-- ng to have to get an ODT "certi- I
geography we would be ficate of war necessity" to get
possible solution to one beef "j
tire In the future. . -. Inter-city
and dairy, cattle raising problem
M but service ii being co-ordinated.
'Think c* the words In the old in the South Is seen ta.WPB'f dehydration -

YOM spelling never book have used in con I IYWIIn. * * *a * * I Servants for will be scare by program- Southern, "to'
Christmas now employ
even '
.. I Latest figures show

The moral reading attached.book stories with I' * * -* * * en are bard-prened of all deeeripUom.for aun udWUWI'RIJOWH women State employed Latest estimates la tile Ufldad shod

We needed I good court in C"A.1I. war-time America win require
Plan to be self-relisnt. Discomforts '
four ..ull'minion
tuning. employment of between ;
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC-THE INDOMITABLEAfter : many change are coming OB five additional women
the Home Front. Folks who stick
And think four hundred years the Lion has made sericulture a sure to their rut easy get caught snarl;
Men that were yours most graceful compliment ) paid and solid able for Its economy. (those who plan ertjuatmeata will This will bring real Chan*** to 1
When for tour epos hour youcosnautod to the bind tl5'aWtoday la domain In early colonial times sugar| eleag.Shortage. every community .. more workIng -
I of tile Dominican Republicremain was the principal product of the lost wives . fewer household

Where A would snort B and B the tribute of Its dicoverer great plantations source of the vf wool made Was I servants . less bridge playing 1

would inert CIt and that *f the New World wealth which made Santo Domingo stop the BMBttfactitr of .11-. ol perhaps less time far g QII1p.I .

at different rates they com Christopher Cefambua. He called one of the meet prized of the I garments and blankets for eirUIsns. I -- t

muted. : It "H apaaMM.- er Little Spate. Spanbra dependencies in the New But a new order allowing farmers need a winter 61601111drate i

and man has mad yet 1Jwe.... a World. So today, thewgh H Is by Its UM In carriagerobes and garments I feed for large-scale cattle t
Turn on your radio-get out your soubriquet more filtering thaa favorable no means the only eaatrlbvtor to' for infants up to three year I operations, and experiments to i

map. comparison to UM saotber IV sugar, heids:first place In the of age will keep our babies! warm lad ways to Increase a southern
t Unless It is some place in Britain that sent him forth republic's growing prxwperlty. this winter. ,cattle Industry for wit needs hale

Four voyages Columbus made Sugar makes -p dose .t& three-' developed sweet potato meal

You can't figure out what they're to the New Leads of .... day but quarters of the'value If Dominican -' Ten ant boy railroad watches Ira mad by drying southern-.. i

talking about- It was to the realm *f Doatiatca industries, but a progressive any more unless you're fat the grown sweet potatoes, and tests
Names sound not the way they that he sent his beloved brother and alert Dominican g vntcent,; army er work for a raflread. show that steers gain faster.and t
are Ittem. and it was to that earth too, t\ei alive! to part lessen, la tin ..nce -: cow ,..odllCllllON when ted ea it

Dominicans stoMly date, and certainties *f radiance en ane-: OPA denies It .Is planning than when fed on com.
Tho hind sight is better it's foresight they are to have a material to' crap prosperity Is well slang In a' add mew Kerns to the list of rationed -

we'll UM prove it, that the Immortal Columbus planned aTicuMwnl economy hi a' commodities. Announcement The inlet in bumed-out 114
As we think *( tie next generation himself two for hi* final : eountry predominantly agrtadMrL -' *f a universal rationing* bulbs is worth saving.

peace. 1'v1low1ftl1U.tr In the world's

That they may hive. nothing to The Island is beaeUoesjI. Te the traM listings of Dominican offer-;! Ian In' varloui taxes and spent ................................:- r

s chide us about part that Is Haiti came Billion hags are eaeaa.. 'roller,' nwlasees.1 81 (,.them. Of the latter sum 18.T} THE HAIL BOX'F

For a poor, obsolete education. Bolivar for have and Inspiration starch, cam bananas an} tobacco i per cent went to the public school ,.-.----.-...-... 3
when the cause W freedom farad ta steadily increasing volume and 1
system, and nearly IT per centwas INVITE stArrEditor.
poorly on the aaiolaAd of South value.
The Fly used for old age pensions.
America and among the Dominic As today tile Dominican citizen> . Loader and rkitorpriawiTh '

The fly, though not Invited In .n.. Jose Marti. C ba* patriot, can look back with pride over 1 r writer takes. this method ef
Comes anyhow, and brings his found refuge to plot the entanglement four and a half centuries ot, Inadequate personality i* UM I thanking the Hevaastead Leader

kin. of mighty nations that was struggle for indepeadence .often 'new name for the "don't know"t yes,: and Enterprise for th* publicity I

r He looms about the place at to deprive Spain of Cuba and .her seemingly hopeless, so he can look I wishywashy, softies that you e given tbe opening tX the BU*.
first art New World colony. forward, with confidence,. as his I i I push .around. eI migratory labor amp at Homestead

Fail at' eaylorMoty thin!, Independent Came more hardly! country takes Increasingly Important ia your issue of September t
And like an Alpine climber crawl to the Dominican* than to any part In the life and affairs I Chemist have found 'that soap, 11. i

Atop the picture on the walls other land. Three nation they of a.united American.family and a varnish can be obtained The management would W

Or. with sn utter lack of feeling. ought, and three nation they defeated of nations. from the refute stems,, poor Quality pleased to have you ador year J

Walks upsihe down across the . Spela.France and Haiti leaf etc, from tobacco factor staff to visit the project at any
celling before they emerged untrammeledand I let. The products will not havea Urn*.

I lie man and swoops. and often free, a* bland kingdom of the CURRENT tobacco odor. it. Is. claimed. EDGAR A. ROBERTS.; Manager

land people. Bedland Migratory Labor Cam. r

Upon your forehead note, or Lying below Florida and stretch COMMENTBy China's war lot up to the present Homestead Sept. 18. IMS. t

hand log to the east and south In a is named as six million but -
He kibitzes when you're at table leisurely. broken curve are the ..AGNEW. .WCLSH that Is mere bagatelle:,they have 'TO A MAN

Aa samples all the food he's able AntUlcs, first outposts of unknown 13 million soldiers left and more i
Aad though he leaves whenever lands to greet the eye of Colum- 14_. ....... Ye w.ka..1r.. coming on each minute. He who ha met life /
Shooed ..sager se ... C.Nw4" .a.hM a With a song on hit lips
>us. Midway among them, second Mrs be r -5 se r -
tie comes again when In the mood. In site, Is the iiaod at Hispanlola, .u w..._ _, _...Sao..tike. A man might meet calmly the Who has laughed when otberlml"t
M w.4f, 14. N. Lass frown,
Upon a sunny ledge where It's called "Haiti" by Its aboriginesbecause IIuwt, 11-.1, Fr ordinary conditions of life yet
j As balmy as a beach. he sits of its broken and mountainous "blow e&p- under the stress *( Who has given to many, 1
ASH Dad County auto owners number When he had least to give,
preens his wing and rube surface. The western one- treat-rank fir. There were
And shared his little that __-
his face third of Hltpaniola I* the republic 24744. I i plenty of shell-shocked men In the live
one might ,
And acts ss If he owns the place which retained for Itself the I last war and In the present on
Till having reached hi. span all ancient name of the Uland. The An aviator in training wrote his i, a large number of rejection ofhen Then smiled when h* was down t
l mother that be flew over this region Ant There was a man. ,
lotted. eastern two-third i*'the Dominican have been made on a psyche-
The end comes quickly; he Is Republic. I* Its modem and at sn altitude of 10X100 feet 1 analysis! or toit It has been suggested ,
swatted.-Richard Armour In busy port and capital city Culdad I where frost formed on the plane, that aurh otherwise perfect When the cup of life l
Seemed too full of grief
the Sanford Herald. Trujillo, still stand ruins of the windows. From Lake Okeechobee'he specimens be used for non-eembst t
[ but
could see both the Atlantic morrow
old Spanish colony of Sent Domingo service
A M cent the name given by Columbus and the Gulf and the big a e No sign of relief
war savings stamp
And the sun of life seemed to set
: to the first Xuropaan city looked like a pond.Two lake, The province of
sell buy enough fuel oil to permU . chemurgy Is Then he was brave, who smiled
a destroyer to cruise, one mile 'In the New World. e to reclaim valuable properties and gay .1

About a third the size of alga. Columbia University from waste substance Paper With no regrets. Yes, there was ,
All forest fires are enemy Ores. ] boring Florida the Dominican He- specialists say that If the dir necessity mills use vast quantities of sul- a man 1
I public I* three time as densely comes, of which there Is phit i* whitening wood pulp for

populated. Four mountain ranges, no likelihood, we can make flour paper' making. It has been found A man whose anselflsh. desires I.
A husband needs at times to be : seed resldiumditto) '1 I
Ihckly wooded cross the country. from cotton that the chemical change thus Hade many happy and fr**,. '
bllad. the wit oft needs to a* The Control Cordillera dividing Msnuts, and"soy bean flour hatj i wrought In the waste" water ber- Who kept faith that never Was

deaf;; both need much of the time t tb* I'tIMIbllcw& equal been marketed for atone tlm. Wore turned Into streams forms, of doing good dasds 11

to be dumb. .' I i parts is the chief watentwd. In tile way. the soma era*, Lids B'I a new element fan which can be That others might sea.Thus. ;j

It t this: rang Is Monte TruiiUo. to yield 14 million bale and obtained D-rlbo. used In makingvitamin *U ia lit* Is not >eat far .I
Net everybody with a deOarto I IM1T feet the highest reek In the bale of cotton weighs 800 pounds i' .-, and replacing a sabitanc gain '

esr* aaa saeel gwsi 1 West Indi**. Tb valleys and 1 1 that formerly cost $11,000 In flying your aQ .1

t i .... .vryk4y eaa I ands: are uniformly fertile. The state comptroller (financial .s pound. But a mere fraction ",f You have lived net la .lima. Iso
....stmkbt I* Lice has*and t his natural endowment; and pa-1 I Sgent) repvrt that ,for 'th* year!)I.the waste water Is seeded G*eat j Mvis., h* died halved

'bay War ..**.. may JeW other known sources of wealth I ending June 3D Florida ):find more uses; maybe well eaa get Truly,. hs> was a ,.,.., '

It* every.. _pay day.y .jgnlAcant in comparison, tin I In round numbers; M to11ectecl,1 I OW pager lent: I.w I :-THOSAM. HAAS ,.


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Friday, September 18,1942 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Paw Fit

-- I A swimming party at the Homestead phone company In the summer, !
municipal pool Monday evening .!:BELL EXECUTIVE The telephone company' formes t
was enjoyed by Miss Peggy statement asked long distance 1
In and Jlround Demere, Miss Catherine Rohrer, ASKS PUBLIC TO, users to eliminate the least neo i
f Miss Lillian Angelina, Gene and, tmary call and to place the reajly .
I Louis Lott, Owen Cooding. Lanier |necessary ones at lesscongestedhours I
Whitehead and Bate Carpenter. CUT PHONE CALLS; ; It asked everyone also to
Homestead I make fewer local call j

i. Bates Carpenter returned Saturday -, It Is now necessary to request f
after, a visit of severe: A still further reduction la long all civilian not to place any long
week In Tampa. I distance and local telephone nib distance call af any hour unless j

: II essential In order to assure vital the call Is extremely. urgent and
Mr. and Mrs. Francis S. Cra. returned Friday from a three.f ;
Dave Varnadoe visiting relatives war call the quickest possible
to ask that telephone user
bam of Glencee, CL, a suburb olChicago week visit In Boykins with Mrs.Vs.W.kelJellhmother In Perrins this week. I aervtc. voluntarily further every ration hit local I

t', art now permanently I This announcement was made call each day. It I* urged that
, cated at their hope on Newton: The Rev. and Mrs W. 3. Palmer Clllard Gandees and son Virgil! today by.J. M. HcAliiter', district lone visiting by telephone be curtailed \
road, the former Buckner Beat-, of Maine City are spending two of Cape Sable visited friends here Manager of the tele.tient eompeaqr -I for the duration. ,

'i"J fry grove which they have owned I days here with their son and over the weekend.Mrs. I who revealed that although "This I* essential in order to a- I
later I* same evidence of the public's *
for more than a year. Mr. Graham , daughter-in-law, toe Rev; and sure at all times the quick. service "
W. R. ha returns effort to voluntarily ration
i' Mn. O. Sewell Palmer. Gooding
; has now retired after 44 yean I I which military and production
fro ma visit with her mother and 1U UM of long distance end local \
of continuous service with Ihif men must h.ve.Mr.. McAUster ti
r'' sister, Mrs. C. Campbell and Mrs. telephone service ha response to
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Hutchinson /
American Salesbook Co. stated. He added that unless voluntary -
and son. Billy spent the week- Jennie Campbell, In Basenger Fla.' UM Bell System's nation-wide appeal effort of civilians la general '
:'; tnd in Miami with Mr. Hutchlnson's for such help, the results are
Miss Anne Bellows of Homestead result In sufficient reduction I
Mr*. Joe Golllcheck of Perrlne far short of what Is needed.
(T sister of Mrs. Green Rives, brother-in-law and sister of calls to keep the lines clear for I
: was a Monday guest of her The statement supplements an
if Mr. and Mrs. Buhl Walbridge.Miss parents :
has been appointed director ol i more definite measures
war messages
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Good- announcement made by the teie-
: j
|, girls at the University of Miami. ; may become necessary to
J.an.tl.u, daughterof ing. make way for call en the overcrowded I
'/ Harry Martin returned to Nat' Mrs. Roy Darby left Friday for I MMES: AKCMtft SMITH line and central office
after Everglades where she will teach' Roy Chandler returned Friday HOSPITAL NEWS would relieve
tfc car Thursday a five-day 'We ordinarily
'*,. visit with his parents Mr. and English In the high IChooLEmel' I' from Atlanta. An elhtpoundounee son overcrowded equipment by building j

<. Mrs. Chaa. Martin. Alfred MulV Charles. H. Becker returnee was born to Mr. and Mrs. Irvin more facilities, but we caaaot
line ot Goulds who Is working on ) Brannen, son ot Mr. and Holland ot Naranja ta the James do this now because the necessarymaterials
' Mrs. Wednesday from Washington, D. ,
1 the same defense project In Has.see Brannen. returned Wednesday C. Archer Baffle Hospital Tuesday are seine into war wee
4 paid a visit to his borne at the from northern New York morning. pen So the solution I II for all I
x- same time. where matoes.he had been packing to Mrs. S. L.-Rohrer will leave R. L. Godwin underwent a I 1 of us to cut down on our personaluse
of the telephone so that Uncle
'it. minor Thursday.
Saturday for a short visit with operation
v, Mr. and Mrs. E. J.. Dyal andyounger relatives. Albert Luna of Key Wet Is a Sam's needs will come first and
daughter. Miss Nina returned medical patient will find clear lines and dear
Saturday from their FLORIDA CITY central office equipment." the telephone -
summer Miss Mary Willis of Lakeland Mrs. Edwin Mekfcetson under
home in Hendersonville By Warrens Severe went tonsil I manager concluded.
arrived Thursday to visit her sister a operation Thursday
Their elder daughter Miss Iva, Mrs. Catherine Mock. Mrs. Herman Byars Is recover-
who has been employed In the i the from major operation performed -I READ THE WANT-ADS
First National Bank In Miami Mr. and Uri Roy Nettl and Mr. and Mrs. Buck Mock anddaughter. last week. 11
since the middle of August children, t
Joined Kenneth Bobby Dickie Jerry, and Charter B.
them here for the week-end. Miss and Patricia
arrived Tuesday after
Willis and daughter. Mary, wen
Nina left for Stetson Universityon a summer m .East Bend N. C. Sunday guest W Mr. sad Mrs

Tuesday., T Alvin Kitchen *f MianaL
L. C. Aldrich: was ( Sunday
Mr*. L. W. Ernst will Wave toddy guest .f Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stall- Mrs.
Oiett ol Miami
Gladys ar-
for a month In Chicago and them of Caret ,Cables. rived Tuesday to spend two weeks Dr. B. E. G2tlin I ,
point In Miss
Michigan. Marilyn with her parent Mr. and Mrs. R.E. .
Emit, daughter of Mr. and :MrsErnst Mrs. Edith Tamfctyn left Tuesday : Scott Sr.
instead of returning to the for a tour-diy viiit with I I.
University el Miami dUe fall Is friends In MllmNr. I BED floss WORKERS HEEDED' : wishes to announce the removal of hit office
continuing,in UM defense fob she
WII .,Iven by Pan Amrican Airways and Mrs. Carl Jetfery movedto The Bed Cress record far the from Homestead U
at the close of her freshman the Ice spartetMta Saturday current hslf-month: workers,
year in June. S50 hour of work and I.07S

f. Dixon of Gainesville arrived dressings completed ia not as saG Huntington BJcI(., H&arni '
'Mr*. Walter Weiss and cbildrenr ,fuesday for a 'vbit with Mrt. good as last month's record, said \
Sandra and Ward, left Monday to 1 Clara Dixon. Mrs. W. J. Krone acting bead .t ,
visit relatives In Saddle River N. I the ideal Red Cross unit .
J., for i mo L H. Brown Is now; working In More workers are needed, she I,want It thank my friends and psMeiil Ita Homesteadand

r Miami. Mrs A. H. Waldron Is aid. Sovth Dade for their patronage, and I would like to
Mr. and ,Mrs. Chester W. Hawley fining his former position as bookkeeper :
of 44 S. W. 11th avenue,.Miami for C. B. Lee continue to come down as I hare been doing but due te !

announcing the birth of a : 1 the gas ad rubber situation I tied it Mat of late e...eetla: :
son;'JUwmce< Chester.: on Aug. I, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Brown'and FerrreeavtJAB i
31 at Victoria Hospital Mr. Haw- children Bobo and Sandra, moved '
ley,,.former, resident of .Redtand, :Into the Dixon Jioute on Caves m," PHOKB MIAMI S-114
is a lte.P-lOn,04 L. G. aua.Mta. .-, avenue.. Saturday. ( SERVICE 1 1I 1I

Lewis Brandenburg, Mrs. M. McCkAid of Miami returned I at reasonable raaa 1 i

.Homestead P. T. A. president, and Tuesday after a ou.... I
her eon.' Arthur arrived for the visit with Mr. and Mrs. T. E. For- Ii IiI "
winter Friday. Mrs. Brandenburgwho syth. PHONE 9108 or 389 1

accompanied them on the I
trip plans to return to HomesteadIn HOMESTEAD: CAB 8EBYIOr. :: !
tint. for the farming season. iii II I I
O. neasaMir. Prea.
They have room at present In the I :
home of. Mr. 'and Mrs. J., Tom PromotionsA t
Vann. i iL. I
I .
O. Han Is In a Miami hospital i ."
I recovering from an operation per '
[formed there last week. ;
y for raise does not came from hard ; 1
For a new Home-or
Pal, tf1iw-y ar- ld son of Mr. '
[and Mrs. J. B. Brooks I* recover- Home Improvements the work. Your achievements, net' or4f- :
' }lng from a painful foot Injury suffered best Building Materials will
a week ago Thursday. "cost" you least-and "..ve.. ary work 'or long hours, designate :

K I you most Ask us to recommend -
MM! Margaret Ames will be / and estimate on Materials the size of your pay. : j jI
I, back next
week from a two-week t
'!vacation s we know will be most I
spent on Normandy tale.Jt .
economlc.l-now and years better. I

> Mrs. Florence: M. Barnes of hence! Raise yourself-make yourself ; 1 i
Chicago who
j Saturday fora
] short stay at her home on New- Make your ,work better.

ton road I* entertaining two BROODER LOWER CO. INC. I
house guests Mrs. Mary Milliard Merit more money. \ i

,, of Chicago and Vernon Taylor of Lsmber, Hardware, Bash Doers, Tseto
New York City. ,

4 Mrs. H. P. -McDaniel left Wednesday la our evening school you can j .

on a vacation trip which 'I !i it
twill take her to various places in make yourself better in a short time.

ore North. t
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Miss Annette Bailey of Cedar STILING : 1
. >,Rapids. Iowa, left Saturday after.a Regular courses-yes. -yea. 1I

two-week visit with Mr. and
,Mr*. F. M. Kent: REALTOR I.

. f 11/1. Males Backer .f Miami Real Estate General Insurance I Stanley Business College
visited at the' home of kr. and
, Mrs. Lea H Lebmaat Wednesday NOTARY PUBLIC Mae Morris Bid Homestead
, god Thursday. ;.
,, :Cor. Fife Are. and Arc B Florida City, Fla.SMJ I
Mik .. I M. Wabsfi let fend sins P0110111.. AJTD HI.Hb" -.
..... Barton ',.*' mt Kartell c : I

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I . .u Social Events in South Dade .":. . I I



Homestead and Miss May Prln*'of ---

Homestead friend of Miss Mal- roses, and Mn. Leyihon wore, Miami were married In Fort Lauderdale Plans for a dance to be held She also made an appeal for
:ran Frances Chadwick of Miamir French blue and carried pink Sept. 11 by: Judge Boyd H. Sept. U In the Chamber of Commerce donation of utensil for the
interested In her marriage to roses. Anderson.Mr. building: were mad at the Homestead casualty station.
and Mrs. CordeU of Miami meeting of the Woman'l C.of After the business season
Lieut John Paul Floyd of Pasadena After a reception 1the home Mrs
U. & N. In St. Stephen'* of Mrs. !Leyihon the bridal pair witnessed the ceremony Homestead Monday night In the E. A.: Buchanan, hostess, had the
Episcopal Church In Miami e t left on a short wedding trip. They The bride was clad in a white clubhouse.Mrs. members play whit Mn. F. M.
high noon Monday. stopped In Homestead yesterdayto satin dress made with long J. r. Hammett. president, Kent and Mrs. R. O. Shore won
Among those present were Mn. be over-night guests at the Jacobs pointed sleeves, tight bodice and appointed Mr. Jas. L. Bird to the prizes.
Adrian Jacobs of Homestead and I home before going to Key flare skirt Her accessories were serve as dance chairman. The Present besides those named
her house guest Mrs. Britt Sheally West where Lieut. Floyd ls sta white, and her corsage was made Princeton First Aid unit It was were: Mn. H. K. Foulk. Mrs.
of Jacksonville.The tioned. I of tuberoses. decided, will operate the refresh- Herbert Katz, Mrs. P. J. Franklin -
Rev. Rex Wilkes performed I The bride I I. a daughter of Mn. The bridegroom I* a con of Mr. ment booth to earn fund for first Mn. L. L. Little, Mrs. Eugene
the ceremony by candle light Hazel Chadwick of Milwaukee and and Mn. Alex Brannen of 320 aid kits and other equipment.The Tontalne, Mn. Irene Shanklin
Paul C Taylor gave the bride In I Miami. She Is a member of the North Krome avenue. He attended' club unanimously voted to Mn. I. P. McLean, Mn. H. O. i
man-lane. She was attended by Dancing Masters of America and I Redland High School and later sponsor the application of Miss Cromwell and Mrs. T. E. Stadi,.
her sister Mn. James D. Cox, the Florida Society of Dancing worked In a local fish market and Virginia Kinner for renewal of On Thursday Mn. Bird announced -
and by Mrs. Margaret Leyshon.The Teachers and a graduate of Chalif In a Miami grocery store. On the loan scholarship granted her that committee for the
bride wore long white silk School of Dancing in New York.I Wednesday of last week he returned last year by the Florida Federation -' dance will be ., follows: reserva-
Jersey dress and a veil caught She has studied with various mas-'j from a three-month stay of Women' Clubs.. ions, Mn. Katz; fan and advertising
ot seed ten of the auditioned' in Nassau where he worked on a Mrs. Bird, Junior Dub sponsor,
with a tiara pearls, and art and was Mn. Foulk; cashiers at
she carried an arm bouquet of Iin Hollywood. In Homestead she I United' States defense project. He gave a report of activities of the door, Mrs. McLean, Mn. Shank-
white roses and stophanotls. 'taufht dancing under the sponsorship will either return to the Nassau Junior group.CHURCH tin Mn. Shore Mrs. Katz, Mn.
Mn. Cox wore dusty pink taffeta j of the Junior Woman's project or Join the army. fammett, Mn. Bird; refreshments,
His bride Is a graduate ci Miami Ii
and carried American beauty Club. I GROUP HAS : Mrs. Ceo, H. Fitzpatrick Mn. ]
High School's Class of 19311 I ,
EVENING OF FUN : Fontaine l Mn. Kent .and Mrs. 1

JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB FILLS THREE I the They home are of her living parent temporarily In Miami.at I Thursday night the young peo-I Clarence Lounsbury.SEE . 1J
I ple of Homestead Methodist
Church assembled at the church I
-- I HOMESTEAD P. T. A. TO MEET school building for an evening of' .;

To fill vacancies caused by resignations Mn. Allen Neal was made memo WEDNESDAY Homestead AFTERNOONThe fun. Indoor games were led by
P. T. A. officers Miss (
Moye and Mn.
three new officers were bership chairman. Mrs.
will be Installed Booth
Wednesday afternoon O. Sewell Palmer. _
elected by the Junior Woman's Cold I .
drinks and cookies were at 3.43
In the
: Neva I
King Ice served. for
Club of Homestead at a meeting served by the hostess. Cooper auditorium.. cream was I c
held Monday night at the home of Present were: Mr*. Roberta Present besides those mentioned
Chairmen for
the year will be were: Miss Lillle Little, Mill Len-: CHARISHome
Mn. T. J Walker. Mrs. Walker Harrison, Mn. Olin Wright, Mrs. announced '
at this
succeeds Mrs. Ted Oldendorf at Burley Dendy, Mn. Jas. U Bird meeting.' ora Williams, Miss Sue Moye, Miss;
treasurer; Mrs. Bruce Ennis, succeeds Mrs. Stanley Wlttkop, Mrs. John Barbara Williams, Miss Helen "
Mn. Walton GIRL SCOUTS TO BEGIN Hooker, Wesson Hooker, Irving Corsetry
Virginia as Barker. Mn. EnnIs Mrs; Neal, (
corresponding secretary: and Mrs. Mn. Walker and Mn. Wynn: ATTENDANCE COUNT Hooker, Hubert Smith, Billy 1 t
John Barker succeeds Mrs. Ansel Mn. Neal and Mn. Ennls will The Homestead Girl Scout troop Brown, James Brown, Yates taker Prices from
Barrow: as auditor Mn. Augustus be the hostesses at a social meet- will comrenc counting attendanceat Marlowe Jacobsen, Frank Skill, ,
Wynn, president, presided. ng of the club on Sept. 28. it* meeting Tuesday at the home Jr., and Webster Williams. 3.50 to 13.95 1I 1v
---- of the captain, Mrs. Frank,Skill.

FOUR HOMESTEAD W. S. C. S.-CIR-CLES This of will the be Mason the tint regular meetIng NUTRITION CLASS CHANCES JI I
county defense council' 31 N. W. 4th Street .
-- Mr. and Mn. Jo*. Irwin enter nutrition class will hold It* remaining
Four of the Jive W. S. C. S. Mrs. Livingston gave the devo tained the teachers and officers of meetings on Saturday afternoons .1 Homestead, Fla. .Ir
a dixie of Homestead Methodist tional. Prayer for the boys in the Presbyterian Sunday School, Instead of on Friday ,
Church held meeting Tuesday. service wa the feature of the Monday nightA ternoons. 'J
The Belle Bennett Circle met meeting.
In Modello at the home of Mrs. The 1e
hostesses served Ice cream group of eight from the I I
Daniel William for an all-day and cookie Princeton First Aid Post at Dr.
session devoted to Red Cross work. Present beside the hotesses Carl F. Robinson' request demonstrated Jack Howard e
Mrs. 1:.. S. Caplinger leader con were Mrs. Ceo. Smith and Mr*. stretcher bearing and Nfk DIXIE DRUG Johswta I t
ducted a short business session, Selma Reitz. other drill feature at the meeting
and a covered dish luncheon'was The Outlook Circle met with I(of his first aid class In Homestead noises S* Mi till
enjoyed.' Mrs. O. Sewell' Palmer at the Wednesday night 1J
Preent besides the hostess were: parsonage Monday evening for
y Mrs. J. A. McNelll. Mrs. S.
F. study of the tint chapter of "Our
Matthews, Mrs. N. O. Ball and Times." The CalendarSept. a
Qn. Caplinger, members and Chocolate cake and fruit punch PRESCRIPTION SERVICEs I tb

Mrs. l. D. Wymaiv Mn. Casper were served by the host***. .' 13-Meeting of Homestead .
.i Williams.-and Mrs. Lloyd Field. Present were:. Mrs. Ivan Moser, P. T. A. at 3:43.: Until Drug $101 is i iIIIIIr ftoui of usynscnpion tf h
.i visitors torn other circles. Robin Misses Antoinette and Helen senice. It is the matt Impor..
., Field also was present Moye, Miss Mary :McNelll and the Sept. II-Woman' dub danceIn MM eVptitmriM i* our store. Only djxblt A
tl The Marion Flelts Circle met at I hostess. Chamber of Commerce building. Gassed tlttniadiu. tI'the purest of full
the home of Mrs. J. A. Daugherty. The group will meet In the Moy Sept. 28-Social meeting. of at-4gcb 11N

Mn. H. L Brown gave the devotional home In October. Junior Woman'l Club. I OtI....The MM tune let the Resell DrugStore
part of'the program and Sept. 28-Meeting of Jennie serve you.
4 Mrs. Geo. Hanson directed Bible Lobdell Circle with Mn. A. M. k
study. A social service report Logan. immmiICE
presented by Mrs. J. D. Redd F VICTORY Oct Meeting of Naranja i a,

showed that circle members had Chapter of O. E. S. tthi
recently paid 22 visits and had
Oct. 2-Meeting ot Ad Astra
c sent four bouquets, nine cards and
BUY Chapter of O. E. S. RfN U
seven trays of food. LIAO R06N
This group will hold an all-day 'Oct. Meeting of HomesteadB. L MSD W
meeting Oct. 20( to sew for the UNITED P. W. C. at home of Mr. T. E. ;
Red Crotis. STATES Stadig in Princeton. i
na1 60,1 dose
The Perle Davis Circle was entertained Oct. 12-Meeting, of Monday cc +cL Iwo wa"t'te bile
Mrs. S. E. Llvlnston\\ WARt I Music Club at home of Mrs. J. R.
and her daughter, Miss I Rutland. .
their home on N. W Third street,I BONDS I Oct. 20-Meetng of Homesetad '4e E e ornY AWN"
AND W. S. C S. circles. ASd tSN61t ofC
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are dyingfor the Fear STAMPS
.....om.. The least wa eta I smpO st she Yn 6 ;
I till. her at home to to key GLASSESI nee tic julb

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'Friday, September 18,1942 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Page Seven j

-FLORIDA U I[Cash, Miss Dorothy Behrena, Miss many pupils from this area hare

rMyrtlce Lucky, Miss Ruth Craw had to waste valuable college time

f shaw and Miss Naomi Horn making up work they should have CLASSIFIED ADS

(Continued from Page One) I Mill Rita Dent who hat a University had in high school just because a ; II
prl Lndgren are graduates ojtedland f : Club scholarship will enter subject could not be taught because -
I High SchooL 1 the school for nurses at St. an Insufficient number nf BAT: First insertion 104 a line; subsequent taaertkas

five local girls have gone to! Vincent's Hospital'In Jackson. pupils applied for it. V M a UM
ville. Carl Wagner principal of Red-
the Florida State College forWomerr !
i I Miss Louise Ross plans to enter land school, has always spoken In I
it Mill Bet-
ty Browiyaophomora, plant after, a school for nurses but can not do favor of consolidation. He said FOR RENTTWO HELP WANTED l
:so until she Is 18 old
years and yesterday that a high school not
this year at F. S. C. W. to attend
) Johns Hopkinl University three that will be In January. held to be effficlent and econom- IS-tt lengths. of J-in. metal CARETAKER to stay on premisesto

ical with an enrollment of less. reinforced suction hose with Homestead sit
years and thereby earn an R. N. Don Lyon, ( )
degree at well Ji a B. S. The SCHOOLSContinued than 300. pipe connections Used but In

.t er local girls .at the state college Changing II good condition. Phone Homestead A MAN for laundry and dry clean'

arc Miss Virginia Kinner and He 23 or 297-M. (pall ing route well established and
i was a new recruit to the
Katherine Orfanedes ( from Page One) backed by a well known company
Miss sopho-
h navy and hit joined U In the hope FOR rent of sale-20 acres or
. 'Moms and Miss Ila Jean Irwin 'tral School arid sending of 108 of fulfilling his youth's ambitions more glade land located 1 mile Bluest be a resident of t
Homestead between S3: and 53
: pupils to other schools.
and Miss
Carol| Lee
!. f1JShmen- of adventure east of Florida
on the high seas and City on Florida
i old. White Swan
1 i Four from this district are I Enrollment at Redland school aitof travel to distant lands. But at !; City canal O. B. Parker Al- yearn Apply
Laundry Flagler Ave
'Duke University at Durham N.' yesterday(10th showed to 12th 93 grades senior highpupils Inclusive first he was sent to a training j i}I pine Grove Dairy. (sll18)I and ask for Mr. or Mra. Hobba.si .. t
tIt C, Jack Turner son of Mr. and
school, and at the end of two weeks I
( 1-11)
Mrs. Chaa Q. Turner It a senior ), and 110 junior high (7thto he had spent most bf his time digging |I TO permanent tenant after Sept. I

and a cadet In the army air corps. 9th grades Inclusive). At I ditches, chopping trees fillIng I{ 20, all electric well furnished REPRESENTATIVE to look after

'E. J. Graham it a senior In thoschool Homestead 117 were enrolled In holes. he I apartment hot water direct] our magazine subscription Interests -
up sought
4 of medicine. Miss MarJorie -I the senior high grades while 124 I road to airport Mrs Eva Col- In Homestead und vicinity
his superior officer. j
'. Fogle and Miss Marie Basher. I I pupils comprised the junior high i ling Federal hwy. and Biscayne( Every family orders subscriptions -
see, sir; h. complained, '
art freshmen. I department I dr. at Mlodello.FURNISHED Hundrtyti of dollars
Alias Mary Ann Brown of Nat -l I The consolidation, if put Into "when I joined the navy they told i ,I are spent for them each fall and

t ranja will receive a bachelor's degree effect now, would therefore result me i should .lee ,the world, and house for rent. See winter In this vicinity, Instructions -

In February from Stetson In a senior high school of 210I I here for two solid weeks I've L, O. Hall at Berger residence, and equipment free Guaranteed

University In DeLand. She is I i I pupils and a junior high school of I I done nothing but rearrange It.- 10th and Krome. Jy3tf) lowest rates on all periodicals J

t .majoring in history. Miss :Nina 234. Seasonal increases would Ex. domestic and foreign.
:PARTLY furnished house In Florida
probably boost the senior !
Dyal of Homestead has returnedto NEWS Represent Jhe oldest magazineagency
total BOY City; running hot and cold
for her junior year. to 230, which would be In the United StaUa. ,

.. Miss Jeanette Cox and Miss within 50 pupils of the recom- By John McLean, Aaat Reporter water; fruit trees; nice 7.rd.1 Start a growing and permanent 1

"t Barbara Hill are freshmen at the mended efficiency enrollment 'I Apply Homestead Leader Phone business In whole or spare time. _

University of.Miami. range for high schools,, which ls At the next regular meeting of I' 2. (a24tf Address MOORE-COTTRELL

Miss Annabel Redd It beginning 300 to 500 pupils according to Boy Scout Troop 25-there will be Inc., Wayland Road North Co-

her senior year at Florida educators. drilling followed by a wiener .FOR SALE hocton New York: I
Southern College In Lakeland.Her I Chat. G. Turner of Homestead I roast. I

sister Miss Mary Theresa chairman of the county school I NICE clean lime trees 30c eachIn MARRIED man to work In milk
board said yesterday that the CARD OF THANKS bam. Comfortable house furnished
will be a freshman and a memberof lots of 50 or more. Mrs. C.
the college band. board had deferred action on Supt. The Lyon family wishes to offer W. Camp Bauer drive. Phone Apply Alpalne Grove

Miss Cecelia Harper who received Wilson's consolidation recommen- heartfelt appreciation for the 582-M-2. (illtf) Dairy, Krome ave. (sll-18)

a B. S. from Florida State dations. many words of condolence and
I I MAN wanted for warehouse.
College for Women In June matriculated "I have always thought that beautiful flowers sent during the 35,000 excellent eeedbnd plants Ap- I
Mr. FertilizerWorks.
ply Frick !
at the Medical College better educational advantages sickness and at the death of our also full line of budded

of Virginia 'early In July. could be obtained through such beloved mother. I Roberts Nurseries, Dan M. (pall)

Miss Margaret Berger It this a consolidation: said Mr. Turner. IRVING J.HAROLD. erta, prop., E. Epmore dr.treel.1 I LOST

week completing a threeyearcourse "However I feel that the wishes B. I (.

at the College of Labora. of the majority of the school patrons DON I' LOST, strayed or stolen-White
tory'Technique In Chicago In both districts should be VIRGIL D. AND ELLA: CHRISTMAS Tines, rooted; young half Persian cat Reward for

Irving (Loaner, now a second carried out both as regards consolidation mango trees and papayas. Mrs. return to Adrian Jacobs Hector 14
and the location .of the I N .G. Ball 13 N. E. fth St
lieutenant In the army reserves,)I 'NOT Supply Co., Homestead. (ps8 .f
will! get an M, D. degree from the]'respective school grades. (17tr) It
Louisiana State Medical College| He said that before the war WANTEDTO

.In New Orleans In a year and a 'brought a standstill to civilian FEELING' SPENCER Corsetlerre-Appoint: ,
,lIalf. construction, he bad conceived the UP \ menu in Homestead. Helen rent dry secure room for

Wm. J. Clark, Jr. a fourthyear'Promedical Idea of constructing an entirely :rr I Heckler '2552 N. W. 7th I storing household furnishings.Give .
; student at Wake For-1 j separate building in a distinct and Miamf. Phone 48-2309. .0:1 size address and chargeby
location to house the p month. Box 413 Homestead
est 'strategic ( -
College, N, C. hat been tom- I
,.missioned a lieutenant, junior consolidated senior high school ",: Fla.. or phone 2SS-W evenings
and a junior college. Palm Beach 5-ACRZ lime grove, 2 miles from (pII'J
'Jl1I e. In the noval reserve in the '
V-I..-clarification. County has such a combined senior t'J. / bank bldg. Can be bought reasonable. 4
: TUTORING nJttt>>
Mill hasi I high school and junior college ? I Mrt. M. A. Berger N.I
Mary Grove English school and grade school subject& !
he said. Krcme avt and 10th it, Home-
enrolled as a junior In Northwest-I Mrs. H. J. Armstrong, A. D.
Baker. Hindman principal of .C stead. (m-tf) j
ero. University M Evanston 111. Plummer drive sad Country j
Homestead schools, said that a i
Miss Ellen IVAa
has entered I
Club road.thrronn .
'consolidated senior high school i
IWiecond 'r at the : I
I Training School In Louisville.Baptist. ,'would provide ,sufficient pupils to SEEK HEALTH EUPEOVEMENT Fllo IHB4 In ....-...._.. wild I.... New 1 1I
Notloo .... .
insure minimum f k kftttrjtm that Sullford Crrtlfkvt oinomnm Iko Mlowlm''
Henry Dixon son of Mrs. Mary the permittedfor Day-after-day delay In seeking ttennport and .Gortrudo H Davpt his I Lreib-d Par oHuatrd In flod County
Farry tU Kedland faculty hat the organization of classes In Chiropractic aid, only adds to I wife. hoMrn Lassa! ew of rilr hf Mlunl Fk>rtn.. tn-wlli
of I Important but elective courseswhich T." Cortlflnlo Nuthtrtd tolls, datrd the I Lot .. Nik R KUmyiw fork Tan i
foj the Mvqhti time been awarded 11-health's discourigement Makeup 4th dy or July A. D int. has tiled I I rar. Plot Ho* I. room M If) the City
art. tSbO scholarship Princeton i! have often. 'been ted'on your mind that you "Will" seek Mid Crniri..M In my .11I_. and kit j of Miami, County ol Uric, state atPLeki. .
mad .
appltaolloi (or UI dead to loittrthrtnai
Is this account hropractic't benefits In .. .... .. ....,
Upiventtjr.'CfHe specializing< before another iM with liw Sold Tho ** of mid property andrr 1
i .I..cl\fmlatry-and has enlisted -i "For instance'he pointed b\lt., weary day end. We are'OrtlftroU t.nbn. o the foMciln do.orTlhd the Coof""' .. I...... wa In the l>*no of I

?in tfi,' reserve air corps <"this year w. haft,tq drop SpAn- waiting to afford you an Adjustment's -;Florid,Property to.llHmln t situated In Dado County,I Unkoown Unless MM COrtlll..... ....11 W rill 1
ish because there were not sufficient *| tho IW oor. Ml ,... deemed anetirdlnf to lw, l*" oWd will
{eo\ X.teldt Jla.. returned to( aid-why delay another J I POE Th. a. ".ft ft.. C SI ft.. N. Inoue ,thrroo on the It* nay o> llrtnoor, i
de aop,fcollege (In Indiana (or pupils electing to take It to suffering hour? I, UT ft W. 44 ''.. tu PUB Cone A. D. 1941
nit aoptiomore! i I form a class; geometry Is offered manly Pork: Plot Book t. I'M* n. Dated thif I.I due of BiplMiibrr, A. II.
wr. I IXester ... '
City of III .I. County of Dodo 1..1.
ArcHtr jiai begun hlSisecond I but not sufficient pupils elected to I"low of Florid. I R B. rATHrRMAN,
take It to permit organization Dr. R. J. Elliott OMoMintnt tif old ""'...., under,, ('krk of rirnilt Court. i
year .1.a pre-medlcal ...... .
CorUllriiW ,
Were wu 1* ho lumo i>f I II Dodo County r. *
student at Columblk Junior College -I a class-notwithstanding the emphasis CHIROPRACTOR Unknown. Circuit Court ....!. t
;' that the army and navy are I I Unltw saw. Onlflnto shall ko n. Hy N C .'r 111mr".. D. O
in Washington, D. C. dwmod opoHlni to ).... tel Wd will '...... 4. n. it. !I. on !1942)
.IMI..1Ieipn Dope U a freshman. placing on math this year. HOURS too... thrroop. an the ltd day of OrfiWr, ;;

aC Agnes:Scott, College In Deca- The preflight training courses '.S' to 12; S le I A. D. '*'1.' W NOTICE t'NWER FICTITIOUS
day **'*mkw A. D.
tur Ga.James. I offered so far can not be given at 19411Lthis > NAME LAW

'Nesbitt'Jr. has enteredhis Homestead because only two or I Evenings by Appointment Z. B. L&ATHERMAN Notice ia hereby given that the
clerk .f ,...
CI..ul'/ c. .
freshman year at Vanderblltf:?,three pupils have had the McCrery Arcade_ D a4e.Coonur. Florid. undersigned desiring to engage '

University In Nashville where he,, site three years of math reqUI-j These 261WHOMESTEAD. circuit Court BIT...1.N. C CTrRRPTT B. c. I In business under the fictitious

will take a pre-med course. I the course Mr. Hindman FLORIDA IS pt. 4. 11. It,tar u,,. t. IMtl? ,I name of DICK'S BAR-B-Q,

Bruce Scott has enrolled at Alabama "However this Is by no means NOTICE fll' APPLICATION .Homestead, Fla., Intends to regis

Polytechnic Institute at Au-j always brought about because the' DR.M.A.BERGERDentist FOil TAX DamsN.tkw ter-the said name with the clerk
burn. student does not elect to take the MM.1" UM* /I of the Circuit Court of Dade County
b .!.... lk.t f
Richard Jenson It attending college elective subject Just at often as H..rI....... holoVr. u *.ilrMo (harpy of Florida.

In Chicago.Miss 'not he does not take It because d.Miami.... H.T.. |.M Ortlflraw.d.:
Marion Edmonds Is a senior It will not fit Into his schedule of 1,n... said CrrtlfleM' In m, ...,.... mat (Sept. IS, 25, Oct 2, B)
I required subjects. With more students hanak anrilreti- In AA to true
at the Convent of Mary Immaculate First National Bnnk ,
In West. additional sections of a I "
Key I'class could be organized and con- AIR [ Or. Leonard'\V. Hal kin
Mist Margaret Stlllman has
en- ducted at periods that could be Building I OLtSI SXATI W ......R.... n .,. sonm/aa/wa
tered Montverd, School aa a. i a>..1... Ml to 11M ,...... some siiGLASSES.......a of
Junior,' ule.made to fit Into everyone's sched Office flours 8:30-1.10 I AtetaiM it--/1/ ', .I

Miss Betty Jane Meybem will,
Venetian MI M. a rare a4rata.. ., Par
KvenJnt I
finish secretarlsli Mr. Hindman admitted that] Opens by "pMlni eat
a, complete i I7M I, W. MO An. J rw/mt.y .... c-...dgt..dC.w..a.aa
course in the Walsh School of! T_

Business In Miami within the?!

next few weeks-several months J

ahead of the time usually re-i GROVE: LANDS-TUXK LANDS-CITY LOTS-HOMES

quired..Miss Frances Lamb Miss' Annat I TURNERS FUNERAL filet Were Never Be Lew-Plenty of Goad Val_

Moon Miss Mable Ruth Pope and

Min Susanne Leggett have .recently H. A. CAMERONREAL

enrolled this achooL'Miaa

Mary Frances Arthur will ESTATE

receive a diploma from the trainIng Service

school for-nurses at Jackson 2441ourAmbulance HOMESTEAD. FLORIDA

Memorial,Hospital In the spring > c_
aDd vWlvfr&te&tr work therein LADY ATTENDANT OmMalle OM reneVi Velldlag

August Pone 270 Homestead, FJa: 1.L Nx 71 btaWbbetl W ,
.Qthen who are entering this + .
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Pace Eight HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday, September 1 -,-1942


War Production Board Order M231EFFECTIVE


e As It Affects Florida Users and Handlers, :.of" f, .Fertilize1. < ..,

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We are herewith reproducing W P. R Order M231\ pertaining to commercial fer.'. {

tilizer as affecting Florida users. In as much as the consumer equally responsible with :

the manufacturer, growers should familiarize themselves with this order.

The order outlines the purposes for which chemical nitrogens can and can not be

sold] We hope this will eliminate any misunderstanding in the future..

PART 3080-CHEMICAL FERTILIZERS taining chemical nitrogen for use on lawns, golf unless the."nitrogen content thereof Is at least
(Conservation Order No. M-231) courses, parks, cemeteries, roadsides or noncommercial three per" cent (2*) and the total nitrogen,
plantings of trees, shrubs or flowers available phosphoric acid and watcrrsoluble :
CHEMICAL NITROGEN and DO person Including fertilizer manufacturers potash content thereof It at least fourteen percent
The fulfillment of requirement for the de- dealers and agents, shall use any chemi- (t4%): Provided, however, That the restriction
foam of the United States has created a shortage cal: fertilizer containing chemical nitrogen for provided for in this paragraph (d)
In the supply of chemical nitrogen for defense any of such purposes The restriction providedfor shah cot apply to deliveries by any person of
for private account and for export; and In this paragraph (b) (2) (U) shall- apply any mixed fertilizer on handoA. the effective. ::1
the following order Is deemed necessary and to the use by any landscape gardener or nurseryman date of this order..
appropriate In the public Interest and to proMote of any chemical, fertilizer containing (e) Exemption= Infra-company: delivery I
the national defense: chemical nitrogen en trees, shrubs er flowers restriction, of Regulation No. I. The
3MO Conservation Order M231Defl- planted on the premises of hit customers restrictions on Intrt-company deliveries provided . :
nition For the purposes of this order: (ill) No fertilizer manufacturer, dealer or Jot in Priorities Regulatidh No 1 (M.12)
(1) "Chemical fertilizer" meant any material agent shall deliver any chemical fertilizer containing ' to .,
used ai a plant food containing one or more ef chemical nitrogen In packages of less any material entering into ndnformingespurt
the following: nitrogen, phosphorus or potassium ', than one hundred (100) pounds: Provided haw-, i any chemical fertilizer.
excluding, however, animal manures and ever That any fertllzer manufacturer, dealeror thl:t) State regulations. Nothing contained tn
animal, fish and plant residue, unless mixed agent holding stocks of chemical fertilizer order shall be construed as permitting the
with a chemical fertilizer. containing chemical nitrogen in bags, of not delivery or 'we of ,any tr.de.-.chemlt.al't.',
(2)) "Grade" mean the minimum guaranteed lets than eighty (go) pounce on the effective tilizer in any state where the use or deliver *f ,
plant food content of any fertilizer expressed: date of this order, er> having stocks el fertiliser such grade In such .stale is, specifically pro
hi percentages of its principal plant food com- bags of net leas than eighty (10) pounds.capacity -, hibited by such state
f ponpnts, namely, nitrogen, available phosphoric on the effective date of this order, shell -( ) Motif= of customers Manufacturers,
t add and waUr-wluble Potash In exp' eiing have the right to deliver chemical fertiliser containing dealer's/ er : shall, at soon at practicable,
grades the percentage of nitrogen content la chemical nitrogen in packages ef not notify each of.heir, regular customers of the
stated first, the percentage .f available pheepaorlc test than eighty (80) pound until such time requirement ,of this order, but failure to gave
acid Is stated :rr.nt: the percentage 01 nls existing stock of chemical fertilizer In' such notice shal] not excuse any such, person
of water-soluble third For example bags of not less than eighty (eO) pounds, and of from ,complying with the terms b erectOr r
,." >-8 Mans 1 fertilizer containing 1 fertilizer bags of not lest than eighty: (80), )' Miscellaneous Pl'llvWloue-l ;ApplksbUrti .'
per eeet nitrogen, 12 per rein phosphor acid pounds capacity, it eakaueted erf priorities regukrUons. This order and
and I per cent potash; 0-14-7 mean a fertUuerenUkUnf no nitrogen, 11 per cent phosphoric agent shall prior to November 15, 1M2. deliver all applicable provision 'of War Production .,'
new and 7 per cent potash._ any chemical fertilizer containing chemical nitrogen Board priorities) regulations, M amended from
(2) -Superphosphate" meant any plant food except for use during 1M3. time to time
r product which It obtained by mixing rock phosphate (v) No fertilizer manufacturer shall deliver (2) Violation Any person who wilfully violates
with either or both sulfuric aril and phosphoric to any consumer tvparphospate which carries any provision of this order or who In
acid. less than e'% available phosphoric acid :"wn.c: : with this order, wilfully conceals a i
(') "Potash" meant any compound of potassl except as specifically designated oa Schedule A or furnishes false information to
urn containing, or capable of releasing In the hereof. any department M agency of the United States
soil any water-soluble compound of potassium (3) No person shall accept delivery of any it guilty of a crime, and upon conviction maybe
Including, but not limited to, muriate of potash, chemical fertilizer which be knows or hat reason punished by fine or imprisonment. In addition
,. sulfate of potash or manure salts. to believe It made in violation of this order. any such pe.m" be prohibited from
(5) "Organic nitrogen" meant nitrogen derived (c) Exemptions, (1) The restrictions provided making or obtaining further deliveries ct. or
,1 from any plant or animal organism containing for in paragraph (b) (1) .hereof, shall not apply from processing or using, material under prior-
nitrogen Including, but not limited to, to: ity control and may be deprived Of priorities
animal, fish and other leakages, castor pumice, (1) Deliveries by dealers or agents of stocks assistance
tobacco stem, cotton seed meal peanut meal, of 'unapproved grades of chemical fertilizer In (8) Communications to War Production Board
toy bean meal, sewage sludge, cocoa shell meal their hands on the effective date of this orderor AU reports required to be filed hereunder, and
peat and humus to the use by any person of any chemical all Communications concerning this order, shall,
( (6) "Chemical nitrogen" meant any ,nitrogen fertilizer delivered pursuant to this paragraphc unless otherwise directed be addressed to: War
other than organic nitrogen, including,. hut ( ) (1) (1) or to the use by any person of any Production Board. Chemicals Branch, Washington
not limited to, ammonium sulfate, sodium- chemical fertilizer on hand on the effective date D. C. Ret: M-231.
trate, calcium cyanamid, urea and nitrogen- of this order (PD. Reg 1, as amended, I HI 8680; WJ>.B.
bearing solutions. (U) Deliveries by any person of toy chemical Reg. If" ML Ml; EO: M24, 7 TX. I2J; EX:
(7) "Fertilizer manufacturer" means any person fertilizer to a fertilizer manufacturer fer use 8040. 7 FR IO: 8125, 7 FR. 2719; sec. 2
t who manufactures or mixes chemical fertilizer In the manufacture of chemical fertilizer (a), Pub. 527" 7th Conga, at amended by
(111) Deliveries of any chemical fertilizer containing PUb Laws ;;and 607. 77th Cong)
(I) "Dealer" meant any person, other than a nitrogen where the entire nitrogen content Issued this 12th day of September, 1M1
t fertilizer manufacturer, who purchases or has thereof consists of organic nitrogen, er to AMORY HOUGHTON
purchased chemical fertilizer for resale. the use by any person of any chemical fertiliser Director General for Operatiosrs.FLORIDA .
t (II "Agent" meant any person, other than a delivered pursuant to this paragraph (c) (1) (iii).
fertilizer manufacturer who receive or has received (2) The In pars-
chemical fertillzler on a consignment graphs (b) (I) c.brdhre'l.: shall et
f bails for resale to ....-. phi at* Mt-tl .-..-,
(b) Restrictions oa use and delivery of ferUlxer apply(I) Deliveries: of chemical fertilizer forexperimental ...-. !..*-. 4nt412 -)
(1) On and after September 11 142, purposes to educational Institutions 4-4-4 S0rOM -*-*
the effective date of this order, no fertilizer 4-4-7 .i-I
or publicly owned agricultural Institutions, or .
manufacturer, dealer or agent, shall subject to -" 4VM f-4-10
I to the use of chemical fertilizer ky such insUto
the exemptions provided for In paragraph (c) Lions for such purposesU 0-12-14 4-0-4 a-8-ft
i hereof, deliver, and no person, Including fertilizer ( ) Deliveries by dealers or agents of any. 0-8-24 4-t-l .-.-.
. .
manufacturers, dealers and shall j.8-4 - 0-4-0
agents, use
chemical fertilizer Is their hands, and packaged/
t on crops ID any of the states listed In Schedule In packages containing leas than eighty (M) 2-10-4 .-* < 8-0-4
A attached hereto, any grade of chemical fertilizer pounds, on the effective date of this order, or '2-8-10 4-8-1 8-8-11
other than the grades designated on such to the use by any person of any chemical fer- 8-8-J 4-12-4 12-0-10
i I schedule as applicable the respective state tilizer delivered pursuant to this paragraph (c) All grades listed below under the heading,
listed thereon, and where a particular grade It (2) (U). Grades applicable to all states."
designated on such schedule as available only (ill) Deliveries by fertilizer manufacturer,
for a particular crop. such grade shall be sold dealers or agents of any chemical fertilizer m GRADES: APPLICABLE TO AIL STATES
or used only for the production of such crop. pressed tablet form, in their heads on the effective Nitrate ef soda___.__ 18-0-0 ..
(2) In addition to the restrictions provided date of this order, or to the use by any Nitrate of aoda.potMlt0.1.. r
for la paragraph (b) (1) hereof, but subject to person of any chemical fertilizer delivered pursuant Sulphate ef ammonia.__ 20 (or higher-0-
i the exemptions provided for In paragraph (c) to this paragraph (c) (2) (ill). Cyanamid __._.__--_ 28 (or higher00Ammonium
I. hereof.on and after September 12, 1M2, the (Iv) Deliveries by fertilizer manufacturers, 11-48-0 i.,
effective date of this order: dealers or agent of any'chemical fertilizer prepared I phosphate-.-1 1..20-0
(I) No ..rtJlia..MaDllf.cturer dealer or agent exclusively: for use In hydroponics, la Superphosphate ____ -_ 0-18 (or : )- ti
shaft deliver any chemical fertilizer containing their hands en b' effective data of this order Muriate ef potash. 0-0-50 ( higher)
cnemJeal nitrogen for use In IM2 on grain sown or to the use any person of any chemicalfertilizer Sulphate of potash-___.. 0-.-.. (or higher) :.
U the fall of 1M2 to be harvested for train and delivered pursuant to this paragraph Manure salts____ ._?_ 0-0-22 (o' higher %
M perton. Including fertilizer manufacturers .(c) (2) (IT). Sulphate of potash-magnesia 0-0-18 (or higher, ) IF'
dealers and agents, snail use any themteal f..-. <( l basin containing chemical nitrogen for such gen. On and after September 12, 1M2, the effective Ground phosphate roclu.. _: Any grade '
purpose date of this order, no person shall de- Colloidal phosphate__ Any grade .
(U) No fertilizer Manufacturer, dealer or. over any mixed atrtiUwr, the nitrogen eeerfent Cotton hull.ash Any grade
agent shall deliver any chemical fertilizer con of which consists entirely .tf sjrpsmsi,nKnetea, ,wood aeh._ _-=:== Any grade


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